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Bush's Prior Knowledge of the 9-11 Attacks
Prior Knowledge, Whitewash and the Cover-up

Bush Whitewashes the Extent of His Prior Knowledge as The Truth Comes Out in the Mainstream Media -- Bush Says He Had Heard There Were Going to Be Hijackings, but That Intelligence Had Never Told Him They Were Planning To Fly the Jets into Buildings. Read After the Mainstream Postings about Bush's Prior Knowledge in August for Articles Showing the Govt. Was Fully Aware of the Threat Hijackings and Suicide Jet Attacks into Buildings in 1995.

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Bush was warned of potential hijackings
President Bush was told weeks before the Sept. 11 attacks that Osama bin Laden's terrorist network might try to hijack U.S. planes, and the administration passed the warning to federal agencies, White House officials confirmed Wednesday night.

Bush Was Told of Hijacking Dangers in August
President Bush and his top advisers were informed by the CIA early last August that terrorists associated with Osama bin Laden had discussed the possibility of hijacking airplanes, according to reliable sources.

Congress Eyes Reaction to Pre-Sept. 11 Warnings
Members of Congress raised questions on Thursday as to whether the Bush administration should have reacted better to warnings in August that Osama bin Laden's followers might hijack U.S. passenger planes.

9/11: Did Bush Do Enough?
Members of Congress are raising questions as to whether the Bush administration should have reacted better to warnings in August that Osama bin Laden's followers might hijack a jet.

Senator seeks Sept. 11 FBI investigation
In the letter, Grassley asked for an investigation into how the FBI handled a now-infamous July 2001 memo from the FBI's Phoenix, Ariz., field office recommending that the bureau keep an eye on flight schools, obtain visa information on enrolled pilots and coordinate a nationwide investigation

Bush told of threat before September 11
The CIA warned the US president, George Bush, weeks before September 11 that al-Qaida terrorists might hijack US aeroplanes, the White House admitted yesterday

Actually, the Govt. Had Been Aware of the Terrorist Threat of Hijacking and Flying the Jets into Buildings Since 1995

(from infowars.com's extensive Prior Knowledge Archive)

Bust and Boom
Six years before the September 11 attacks, Philippine police took down an al Qaeda cell that had been plotting, among other things, to fly explosives-laden planes into the Pentagon

U.S. Knew of Suicide Hijack Threat in 1995
U.S. law-enforcement authorities knew as early as 1995 that Middle Eastern men were training at American flight schools and had discussed crashing planes into federal buildings, but did not follow up on the information, according to documents and interviews with American and Filipino authorities.

US warned in 1995 of plot to hijack planes, attack buildings
The FBI was warned six years ago of a terrorist plot to hijack commercial planes and slam them into the Pentagon, the CIA headquarters and other buildings

Armed pilots banned 2 months before 9-11
FAA rescinded rule allowing guns in cockpits just before terror attacks

FBI Pre-Attack Memo Cited Bin Laden
The classified memorandum written by an F.B.I. agent in Phoenix last summer urging bureau headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools also cited Osama bin Laden by name and suggested that his followers could use the schools to train for terror operations

Summer FBI memo cites flight schools, bin Laden
A memo by an FBI agent last summer urged the bureau's headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools and named Osama bin Laden, suggesting followers could use the schools for terror operations

Chicago FBI Agent Sues Bureau, Alleges FBI Ignored Hamas Activities
Chicagoan Sues, Saying Bureau Refused to File Charges, Disrupt Pre-Sept. 11 Crimes

Unheeded Warnings
FBI agent’s notes pointed to possible World Trade Center attack

FAA Probed, Cleared Sept. 11 Hijacker in Early 2001
Federal aviation authorities were alerted in early 2001 that an Arizona flight school believed one of the eventual Sept. 11 hijackers lacked the English and flying skills necessary for the commercial pilot's license he already held, flight school and government

FBI Cites Inadequacies Over Terrorist Warning
The FBI's failure to follow up on an agent's pre-Sept. 11 warning about Islamic militants attending U.S. flight schools highlights inadequacies in the bureau's counter-terrorism efforts

Police State

In the Eight Months Since 9-11 Bush Has Moved Faster Than Any Leader Since WWII To Make Government Activities, Documents and Information Secret
Hundreds of thousands of public documents have been removed from government Web sites. Other public information has been edited, and access to some materials has been made more difficult

Courts roll back secrecy in war on terror
Series of rulings hits Justice Department for undermining rights of 9/11 detainees.

Big Brother Is Watching, Listening
It is America's new reality: security and surveillance. From intense scrutiny at airports to expanded government authority to track Internet use, federal agents now watch American citizens more closely than ever

"The Office of the Future" -- Biometrics, Automation
The biometrics industry is abuzz about BlueSpace, a new, interactive office system under development by IBM and office-furniture maker
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Gummi Bears to the Rescue!!! Defeat NWO Police State Biometric Technology with These Sugary Treats!
Gummi bears defeat fingerprint sensors
A Japanese cryptographer has demonstrated how fingerprint recognition devices can be fooled using a combination of low cunning, cheap kitchen supplies and a digital camera.


A terrorist attack on your privacy
Time and again, we have been told that the war on terrorism is being waged to safeguard the American way of life and the many personal freedoms upon which it's based. But far from protecting this national legacy, the war effort places those freedoms in jeopardy.

New York is starting to feel like Brezhnev's Moscow
Public debate in America has now become a question of loyalty

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New World Order

OECD attacks US protectionism
A heated discussion, at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's annual summit in Paris, of Washington's slide towards protectionism was conducted in the absence of the US administration's top trade official, Robert Zoellick, who left his juniors to take the flak

The global warning Bush must heed
London Guardian" "The US has to rejoin the climate talks if disaster is to be averted"

US News

Border officials warned of theft of cyanide-filled truck
Officials at points of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border have been warned to be on the lookout for a truck filled with 5,500 gallons of cyanide that was allegedly hijacked in the Mexican city of Hidalgo

Stock Woes for Chip Implanter
Applied Digital Solutions -- the company best known for implanting microchips in people -– is now running into difficulties for the less controversial practice of extending stock options to humans.

Stinted Environmental Report: Pollution kills 9,300 Californians a year
The Environmental Working Group - a Washington D.C.-based research and advocacy organization - is reporting that floating particles cause more than 9,300 deaths in the state each year.

'Studies Show That …' – The Perversion of Science
We get invaluable information from scientific research. But what guarantee do we have that the new "study" is in fact scientific and not merely driven by some agenda?

Tennessee to establish income tax?
Issue heats up as lawmaker receives death threat, protesters organize

Scout Tour Operator Convicted Of Sexual Abuse
New York Man Pleaded Guilty To Four Counts Of Sodomizing 12-Year-Old

National Security and the Military

Airline Uniforms Stolen, FBI Says
Uniforms for airline ground crews were among items stolen from a truck earlier this month

Bush wins the final battle for star wars
The Bush administration is poised for a major political breakthrough in gaining international acceptance of its controversial star wars plans

Anthrax

US Seeks Dismissal of Anthrax Suit
The Bush administration asked a federal judge Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit challenging mandatory anthrax vaccines for the nation's 2.4 million service members.

Economy

News Corp. Posts $4 Billion Loss
News Corp., the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch, reported a $4 billion net loss Tuesday for its latest quarter

The War on Terrorism/Al-Qaeda

Soldiers in Kabul may have typhoid
18 army medical staff serving in Afghanistan have been struck down by a mysterious illness that has forced British troops to close down their field hospital at the Bagram airbase outside Kabul.

Afghan Chiefs Say Bin Laden, Omar Likely Alive
A provincial governor and a warlord from a part of eastern Afghanistan where Osama bin Laden and Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar were once believed to be hiding said on Thursday they thought the pair may still be alive

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World News

US fears nuclear rivals close to war
The US has urged nuclear-armed India and Pakistan to pull back from the brink of war over the disputed state of Kashmir.

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

National Guard's border duties are cut
Customs' budget concerns halt deployment at Mexican line; troops stay by Canada

New Security Checks Swamp INS Offices
Applications Pile Up Because Workers Lack Database Access, Training

Fox to present plan for paying off Mexico's water debt to United States
President Vicente Fox announced Wednesday his government will present a detailed plan within 15 days for conserving water in northern Mexico and for paying off the country's staggering water debt to the United States.

Science,Technology and Health

Revealed: the 582,000 animals that are genetically modified in Britain's labs
Scientists condemn shock report by genetics watchdog as 'irresponsible'

Hot on the Contrails of Weather
Scientists have long suspected that airplane condensation trails -- the wispy, white tails found in the wake of high-flying jets -- form larger cloud banks that substantially alter the atmosphere's heat balance

Ky. Doctor Expects Clone Pregnancy
A Kentucky doctor said he expected to have made a woman pregnant with a cloned embryo by the end of the year as House members sought to nudge the Senate toward action on a cloning ban.

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

U.S.: Russia used Cuba as front for biological weapons tech
"Cuba has been involved in discussions with other rogue states, with Iran and Libya, in ways that we find very troubling..."

Bush-Putin missile deal raises questions for Britain
The agreement between the US and Russia to collaborate on missile defense pulls the rug from under the opponents of George Bush's expensive and technically unproved Son of Star Wars project, analysts said yesterday.

Second Amendment

CA: Committees approve bills removing immunity for gun dealers
Legislative committees advanced twin bills Tuesday repealing a provision in state law that shields gunmakers from lawsuits over their marketing of firearms.

Democrats Face New Political Reality on Guns
Amid the debate over guns in the cockpits, background checks for gun show sales, and the Bush administration's re-interpretation of the Second Amendment, more and more Democrats are considering whether to modify their views on guns in order to stay in office

CO: Principal Grills Children about Guns
She grilled several boys on whether their parents had guns in the home

IN: Officials confiscate cap gun from pupil on Decatur bus
The student, a second-grader at West Newton Elementary School, was suspended for five days because any type of firearm or knife, including a toy, is prohibited and the school district's disciplinary code is applied, school officials said.

HI: Team effort gets tough with gun violations
Federal and local law enforcement agencies yesterday announced a team effort to crack down on gun violence in the state

Californians Disinterested in "Free" Gun Locks
Only a handful of 4,000 devices have been taken.

Pro-Gun Women Find Unexpected Home
Women are increasingly visible in the gun rights movement, experts say, showing increasing interest in gun groups and magazines such as Women and Guns.

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