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These battles both ended in standoffs, as the U.S. forces felt constrained from unleashing their full military capabilities to crush the resistance. New insights into the thinking of the U.S. military are available from a U.S. army intelligence analysis â€“ by the Army's National Ground Intelligence Center â€“ of the first Fallujah battle entitled Complex Environments: Battle of Fallujah I, April 2004 that was leaked this week on the Wikileaks web site.
Add a comment Add a comment Read more: Idle Ramblings on Raising Babies and ChildrenIn her presence Iâ€™m generally in a state of mild euphoria, accompanied by emotional fragility. Like I know Iâ€™m very small and new here, but as long as nothing bad happens too often, the world is basically a fascinating and exciting place, there to be constantly rediscovered.
The local paper has publicly labeled the Bear Mountain tree sit crew as tree-spikers, vandals, welfare bums, poachers, and outside agitators. The RCMP and city enforcement officers stepped up their harassment this week after the forest defenders dug a trench and built a barricade across the access road at the site of the new highway bypass.
"An important aspect of the isotope-production fiasco on Algonquin territory is being ignored. AECL Atomic Energy of Canada Limited uses 95 per cent highly enriched â€œweapons-gradeâ€ uranium HEU to make the main isotope (Molybdenum-99). This can be made using low-enriched uranium LEU which is NOT weapons-usable material, but is more expensive. Somebody wants to make isotopes and bombs cheaply.
He continued, â€œItâ€™s easier to make a very powerful bomb with weapons-grade uranium like the one dropped on Hiroshima in 1945â€.
Through repetition of this claim â€“ often accompanied by George W. Bushâ€™s home-spun advice about the need to listen to what the enemy says â€“ millions of Americans believe that Osama bin Laden and other al-Qaeda leaders consider Iraq the key battlefield.
Add a comment Add a comment Read more: Al Gore and the Bali BallyhooMy cousin was one of his press officers for several years, back in Gore's House and Senate days.
This year is different. All Americans are now imprisoned in a world of lies and deception created by the Bush Regime and the two complicit parties of Congress, by federal judges too timid or ignorant to recognize a rogue regime running roughshod over the Constitution, by a bought and paid for media that serves as propagandists for a regime of war criminals, and by a public who have forsaken their Founding Fathers.
But let's step back for a second to look at how thoroughly bankrupt US policy in that region has become, and recognize the desperate need for a New Diplomacy toward the Muslim world in general.
No, he replied, reminding her instead that Pakistan had changed since she left.
The implication seems to be, â€œWell, these people are just savages.â€ Some history makes the madness appear slightly more logical, if no less evil.
WFP sought Crown lands in the vicinity of Goldstream Provincial Park for a high-end golf course and residential subdivision. The forest company also proposed a new highway interchange from the Trans-Canada Highway to service the development.