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Canada worse than Mexico for U.S. border security

By Judi McLeod

Friday, September 28, 2007

Uncle Sam, occupied by the possibility of would-be terrorists among illegal aliens crossing its borders from Mexico, is now looking at Canada.

A recent U.S. government report says it would be easy to smuggle dangerous materials into the United States.

And if anyone wants to smuggle dangerous materials into the U.S., they have the more than 8,000 kilometers of US-Canada border to do so.

Movie Young People F*!@king funded with government dollars

By Judi McLeod

Monday, September 24, 2007

The lofty goal of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is "to transform the way people see the world." The vision of the charitable, not-for-profit, cultural organization is "to lead the world in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image".

Transforming the way young people see the world could have been the TIFF's 2007 slogan.

One of the films premiered at this month's Toronto Film Festival was Young People F*!@king, produced by Copperheart Entertainment.

Portraying Hamid Mir as America's enemy?

By Judi McLeod & David Dastych

Friday, September 21, 2007

Paul Williams, Hamid MirIt was a surprise for Canada Free Press (CFP) to hear author Paul L. Williams tell Rick Wiles on air over TRUENEWS Radio (www.trunews.com) last night that CFP is "spreading lies" about him.

Surprise because CFP has told no lies about Williams. Indeed CFP has been concerned since Sept. 10, 2007 when Williams offered a story to us, which we believe contains untruths about Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir. In the story, Williams states that Mir accused the American media of altering Osama bin Laden's Sept. 7 videotape message to Americans.

In an email to Williams, I wrote that I questioned the validity of his having spoken to Mir and asked him to respond with confirmation because I intended to write about it.

Senator John Kerry flips the bird at Washington war vets

By Judi McLeod

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Senator John Kerry is taking heat for having sat largely mute when University of Florida student Andrew Meyer was being manhandled and tasered by campus police all for asking the wrong questions at Tuesday's town hall meeting.

"Kerry was absolutely impotent in the situation," radio talk show host Michael Savage told a caller to The Savage Nation last night.

While most are aware that Kerry did nothing while Meyer was writing on the floor in pain after being tasered, only a handful of people know that Kerry insulted a group of war veterans just two days before.

Ego over evidence: The O.J. Simpson audio

By Douglas J. Hagmann & Judi McLeod

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

By now, everyone has heard of the "O.J. tape," the audio recording made by Thomas Riccio, a dealer and auctioneer of sports memorabilia and a man instrumental in the "sting" operation involving O.J. Simpson and others. The expletive-laden tape purportedly features an out-of-control Simpson leading the charge into a Las Vegas hotel room to "reclaim" his sports memorabilia, allegedly using felonious armed robbery as his method of choice. The mainstream media and their cadre of talking heads have called the case against Simpson a "slam dunk" based on the contents of the tape, which was uploaded and disseminated by a private web site after being purchased from Riccio for an "undisclosed amount" of money. Over the last few days, we have heard and seen countless media commentators weighing in about O.J.'s plight, with the audio tape taking front and center with each of television's talking-heads. Not one of these talking heads however, has stated that in the eyes of prosecutors and the realm of criminal case evidence, the tape DOES NOT EXIST.

Terrorists lying in wait for Canada?

By Judi McLeod & Doug Hagmann

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Mohammed Atif SiddiqueStartling news from Scotland today indicates that Canada--Ontario in particular--may be the next site for terrorist attacks.

Indeed, it now turns out that the arrests of 12 men and 5 teenagers as suspected terrorists in Toronto on June 2, 2006, didn't stop there but cropped up almost year and a half later in Glasgow. The 12 men and five teens are in custody in connection with the alleged attacks to the current day.

It is claimed that the attacks foiled by the RCMP and Toronto police stopped a mission that was to include detonating truck bombs, slaughtering shoppers and storming the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) and parliament building where terrorists allegedly planned to behead Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Finding skeletons in UN's capacious closets

By Judi McLeod

Monday, September 17, 2007

You don't have to be a conspiracy theorist to think that the United Nations is a weird place.

A textbook example of urban sprawl, United Nations headquarters is an 18-acre site in an international zone, which belongs not to the U.S. but to all member states. Diplomats who people the world's largest bureaucracy are covered by diplomatic immunity, which could explain why some crooks involved with the never ending Oil for Food scandal are still at large.

If there were ever a need to find something lost within United Nations properties, it would take months if not years to find it.

A bitter anniversary

By Klaus Rohrich

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

9-11 TributeIt was a crisp, sunny Tuesday morning, not unlike today, when at 8:46 AM the first plane crashed into the north tower of New York's World Trade Centre, forever changing our world. Truth is, our world had changed many years previous to that fateful day, but culturally we were incapable of recognizing the change. To this day people are still looking for "root causes" for the hatred that fundamental Islam bears toward the West.

While the ability to turn the other cheek is an admirable one, there is also a time to draw a line in the sand and stand one's ground. That line should have been drawn six years ago today at 8:46 AM.

Ed Jew and family being stalked on homefront

By Judi McLeod

Monday, September 10, 2007

Grasshopper Alec Kaplan For most folk, "There's no place like home". But for San Francisco Supervisor Ed Jew home's become his life's nightmare.

Jew's homefront is at issue with the San Francisco Board of Directors, who are using it to run him out of his job as a duly elected official.

Going to the office has been a headache ever since the voters of Ward 4 first elected him. Now mayoral candidate Grasshopper Alec Kaplan has chosen Jew's home address as the place to exercise his squatter's rights. .

How Osama bin Laden Escaped death 4 times after 9/11

By Hamid Mir

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Hamid Mir and Osama bin LadenIslamabad, Pakistan One man changed the world on 9/11 six years ago. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees that he won't change it more with other attacks similar to the world-altering 9/11. The world's only superpower has declared him their most dangerous enemy, and he as been wanted by the superpower for more than a decade. But the truth is that Osama bin Laden, the World's Most Wanted Man, has been lucky enough to have escaped death four times in Afghanistan since September 11, 2001.

Sometimes he dodged the world's most sophisticated satellite systems and dangerous missiles by his own cleverness, and at other times it was only luck which saved him from enemy strikes with only minutes to spare. US air strikes were started against the Taliban and Al Qaeda on the 7th of October 2001, and Osama bin Laden, was spotted along with Dr. Ayman al Zawahri, on November 8th 2001 in Kabul. They had come to Kabul from Jalalabad to attend an al Qaeda meeting, but also to pay tribute to their Uzbek comrade, Jummah Khan Namangani who lost his life in the Northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan on November 6th.

The Untold Story of Delta Flight 1824

By Douglas J. Hagmann

Sunday, September 9, 2007

9 September 2007: The passengers aboard Delta Airlines Flight 1824 flying out of Orlando International Airport last Thursday at 7:15 a.m. heard the following statement over the intercom as they were preparing to taxi onto the runway on their way to Atlanta, Georgia:

Ladies and gentlemen, we have been informed that there is "a credible security risk with this aircraft" and we are returning to the terminal.

Osama bin Doppleganger?

By Judi McLeod

Friday, September 7, 2007

Osama Bin LadenCould this be two different people?

"The eyes and eyebrows have different slants. The beard appears to be either fuller or is growing from higher up on his cheeks in the "Newer" picture of the "Older" bin laden", says Canada Free Press reader Mark King, of Texas.

Richard Clarke, a former White House counterterrorism official and now an ABC news consultant said "If we go back to the tape three years, he had a very white beard. This looks like a phony beard that has been passed on."

Coming to a television screen near you: Blackbeard bin Laden

By Judi McLeod

Friday, September 7, 2007

What do Osama bin Laden and Paris Hilton have in common?

Both show genius in hijacking the attention of the mainstream media.

Like pinstripe-suited advance men sending out a press release signaling a politician's major policy statement, "al Qaida's media arm" is on the job. Coming down the pike is the imminent release of Osama bin Laden's latest video message to the West.

Bin Laden, who has not appeared in video footage since October 2004, is not only alive and kicking, he's beefed up his personal appearance.

9/11 and Winston Churchill cannot be expunged from human memory

By Judi McLeod

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Bungled terrorist plots dot the world map in the prelude to the sixth anniversary of September 11, 201.

Authorities in Britain, Scotland, Denmark and Germany have aborted terrorists in action, leading all of them away in handcuffs.

Where foiled international terrorist attempts are concerned, it's almost like a collective dress rehearsal starring stooges.

Could it be that these bungled terrorist attempts are based on a strategy to take authorities off guard for the main event?

Key Lockerbie Witness Admits to Perjury

By Dr. Ludwig De Braeckeleer

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

The Lockerbie Affair has taken yet another extraordinary twist. On Friday August 31st, I received from Edwin Bollier, head of the Zurich-based MeBo AG, a copy of a German original of an Affidavit.

The document is dated July 18th 2007 and signed by Ulrich Lumpert, who worked as an electronic engineer at MeBo from 1978 to 1994. I have scrutinized the document carefully and concluded that I have no reason to doubt its authenticity or the truthfulness of its content.

Islamic Terrorism in Toronto

By Douglas J. Hagmann & Judi McLeod

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

From letter bombs to terror cells, much is left unreported

A joint investigation conducted by the Northeast Intelligence Network and Canada Free Press appears to have uncovered a nest of Islamist activity inside the greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada area (GTA) that has its tentacles reaching over the border into the United States and well into other foreign countries. Ms. McLeod, founding editor of Canada Free Press with her many law enforcement sources and many years of investigative journalistic experience, and Mr. Hagmann, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network with his two-and-a-half decades of investigative experience, have ventured far beyond the headlines tempered by political correctness and the limited media disclosure involving the case of Adel Mohamed ARNAOUT, the Toronto "mail bomber" and his place of residence known as the "Bombay Bunker."

San Francisco Supervisor who voted to preserve Michael Savage's Right to Free Speech continues to be harassed

By Judi McLeod

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Ed, Lisa, Cammie
Ed Jew, Lisa, Cammie
Like a posse hunting down a quarry, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will not let up on independent minded Supervisor Ed Jew.

The lone vote of common sense on the out-of-line board of supervisors, native son Edward Jew has been the target of an ongoing campaign of harassment since election.

"Their ultimate goal is to get rid of me. They are determined to take me down," Jew told Canada Free press (CFP) in a telephone interview last night.

Board of Supervisors President Aaron Peskin heads a posse of board supervisors who want to remove Jew from office.

Pope Benedict turns saving souls to saving environment

By Judi McLeod

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Pope Benedict XVILike the most gleeful Greenpeacer sans ponytail, Pope Benedict XVI has joined the cause of the tragically hip in secular Europe.

In his main homily to 300,000 young Roman Catholics at a weekend gathering run-up to the 2008 Catholic World Youth Day in Sydney, Australia which he plans to attend, the pontiff called for "courageous decisions" to safeguard creation.

In a little more than two years after throngs of young people cried out, "John Paul II we love you", the mission for World Youth Day has changed direction from saving souls to saving the environment.

Empty school desk awaits Maddie

By Judi McLeod

Friday, August 31, 2007

Keith Ellison, Parade Marshall

Keith Ellison Muslim Parade Grand Marshal in photo image only

By Judi McLeod

Friday, August 31, 2007

Keith Ellison, Parade MarshallCanada Free Press (CFP) is reluctant to cut the balloon strings of Congressman Keith Ellison left bobbing over New York City in a Faux by Bean front-page cartoon. The cartoon was used to illustrate CFP's August 27 cover story, heralding the rep's role as Grand Marshal for the 22nd Annual Muslim Day Parade in New York City.

According to his hometown news blog, Ellison will be a no-show at the parade.

"Contrary to reports circulating widely in conservative publications and blogs in recent days, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison will not be the grand marshal of the Muslim parade in New York next month, according to his office," Abdi Aynte wrote in the Monitor yesterday. "Paul Schmelzer co-wrote this story," the Monitor announces at the top of the story.

"The freshman Democrat from Minneapolis was never scheduled to be there, said Brian Elliott, district director for Ellison.

Making the email world the main detective in tracking down missing children

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Rolv E. Heggenhougen, Wrapmail
Wrapmail
The Sherlock Holmes of missing children and adults is ready to roll--through your fingertips.

Sherlock's been there--hiding in plain view--and needs only resolve to begin the search.

The search and rescue mission for missing children and adults starts with the everyday, one-on-one email.

There are about 50 billion emails sent every day--one-on-one emails--that could be used to look for one of the world's biggest heartaches: missing children.

Touted as "next generation email", Florida-based WrapMail Inc., "Turns your regular outgoing email into branding, marketing, sales and research tools."

Calling God "Allah" would be submission to Islam

By Sean Osborne

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Originally posted on foehammer.net

  (Editor's note: As Associate Director, Military Affairs, Northeast Intelligence Network and Canada Free Press columnist Sean Osborne says, "Why don't we just get back to calling God by the name Jesus Christ said we should use..."Father"?

I wonder how many of you have heard of this. I hope you understand the implications and why it is not just coincidence that the suggestion to call God "Allah" comes from a Catholic Bishop from the Netherlands. Intimidation and murder have obviously done the job for the Islamic jihadists that were behind the stabbing death of film maker Theo van Gogh. Just as I have warned over and over again here at the Anvil that the Islamists have nothing but time on their hands to erode our will as long as Muslims live among us and prosper, this suggestion of further dhimmitude comes like a warning flare out of the darkness of ignorance.

Americans Against Hate to CAIR's Affad Shaikh: Put a sock in it

By Judi McLeod

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

What do president wannabe Hillary Clinton and Affad Shaikh, Civil Rights Coordinator of CAIR-Los Angeles have in common?

Both obsess about America's "vast right-wing conspiracy".

Mrs. Clinton went on to build a political career from the `vast right-wing conspiracy' out to get her husband during the Monicagate fiasco.

Congressman Keith Ellison to be Muslim Day Parade Grand Marshal

By Judi McLeod

Monday, August 27, 2007

First Muslim elected to congress Keith Ellison will be Grand Marshal of the 22nd Annual Muslim Day Parade, in New York City. The parade is taking place two days before the sixth consecutive anniversary of 9/11—news totally ignored by what talk show radio giant Rush Limbaugh calls the "drive-by media".

Ellison's role as Grand Marshal would have been totally ignored were it not for the courage of a single freelance journalist: Joe Kaufman who writes for FrontPageMagazine.com.

Do politically correct times keep the mainstream media from asking why it is that for almost twenty years, the United American Muslim Day Parade, held the last Sunday of September, has crept up on the calendar to Sept. 9, this year?

No 'Law and Justice' for Canadian, U.S. Entrepreneurs in Poland

By David Dastych

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Warsaw, Poland-An early election campaign began in Poland this Saturday, August 25. Listening to the radio, I thought it was Vladimir Putin entering a Kremlin hall, welcomed by a loud flourish of trumpets. But it was a fanfare prelude for a speech of Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski at an American-styled "Law and Justice" party National Convention in Gdansk.

   

Brussels mayor bans Stop the Islamicisation of Europe demo but welcomes anti-American United for Truth rally

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Brussels Mayor Freddy Thielemans, who toasted the death of Pope John Paul II with the call, "Champagne for everyone!" has banned the Stop the Islamicisation of Europe (SIOE) demonstration, planned for September 11, but authorized the anti-American United for Truth (UFT) rally for September 9.

The SIOE protest was to take place in front of the august and new age European parliament buildings.

Mayor Thielemans, biggest appeaser since Neville Chamberlain, is worried that the SIOE demonstration will upset the large immigrant population of Brussels. More than half of the inhabitants of the Brussels region are of foreign origin, many of them from Morocco.

Improvised Explosive Devices showing up in Toronto

By Judi McLeod

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Toronto has become a target of improvised explosive devices--in military lingo (IEDs).

At 4:53 p.m., today the Toronto Police Services issued a public safety alert intended to warn Toronto citizens about the incidents of IEDs in package form.

Glasgow bomber an online Jihadist

By Judi McLeod

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Bomb-making websites are the arsenals of terrorists the world over.

Glasgow bomber Kafeel Ahmed, last seen engulfed in flames on television screens, seemed to drop from world headlines in the aftermath of the bungled attack.

Medics at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary raced against the clock to save the terrorist's life, even treating his burns with a radical process derived from sharkskin.

High profile trip to America may have kept Bangladeshi journalist safe

By Judi McLeod

Monday, August 20, 2007

Salah Uddin Shoaib ChoudhuryA trial date of September 23, 2007 has been set for Bangladeshi journalist, Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury.

The scheduled court date is proof positive that the Bangladeshi government is refusing Western government demands to drop the charges against Choudhury.

The pro-Israeli, anti-jihadist Muslim journalist earned international support when he was arrested, imprisoned for 17 consecutive months and tortured after writing articles exposing Islamist attempts to take over the world's third largest Muslim country.

Iranian government clandestinely supporting Taliban: Afghan officials

By Hamid Mir

Saturday, August 18, 2007

KABUL: The US government has urged President Hamid Karzai to stop a secret Iran-Taliban cooperation against Nato troops in Afghanistan. President Karzai is not ready to admit any negative Iranian role in Afghanistan publicly but he has given a quiet assurance to the US officials that he will speak with Iranian government on this issue very soon.

Mexicans Complaining About Canadian Treatment of Mexican Guest Workers

By Allan Wall

Friday, August 17, 2007

Some Mexicans view Canadians as treating Mexicans better than those xenophobic Americans do.

There is a Mexican guest worker program in Canada which has been held up as a model for a proposed U.S. guest worker program. The guest worker program is called PTAT, acronym for Programa de Trabajadores Agrocolas Temporales en Canadá. It involves 15,000 Mexican workers who go to work in Canadian agriculture for up to 8 months.

The American Cinema Foundation takes a new look at anti-Semitism in Muslim films

By Lee Kaplan

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

 

On Sunday, August 5th Hollywood stars Gary Sinise, Robert Davi, Morgan Fairchild, Tom Arnold, Ed Ames, Pat Boone and many other Hollywood notables who work in the film and television industry as actors, writers, producers and industry crafts people met for an informative lunch conference given by the American Cinema Foundation to learn more on the issue of anti-Semitism in the world and how America and Jews are being portrayed in the Islamic world's film and television media.

Moonbats facing setback on mass march to Washington

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

On the way to their September 15 March on Washington for the "Mother of All Protests", anti-war activists organized by ANSWER already have had to switch gears.

The funds they've raised "to pay for buses and to print the hundred of thousands of flyers, stickers and posters needed to spread the word," must go to pay some $10,000 worth of fines if group organizers do not remove every poster within 72 hours.

Latest warning for parents everywhere

By Judi McLeod

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Child abductions, identity theft, home invasions where people are injured or killed against a backdrop of international world terrorism, these are the times in which we all live.

In the wake of the ongoing missing Madeleine McCann story comes from South Africa a worry for parents worldwide.

It's the newest threat of potential child abductions, and in our global village, doesn't count on South Africa as a backdrop.

Canadians totally unsympathetic towards Omar Khadr

By Arthur Weinreb

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

At this week's annual meeting of the Canadian Bar Association, the CBA sent a strongly worded letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper demanding that he enter into negotiations with the United States to have 20-year-old Canadian Omar Khadr released from Guantanamo Bay and returned to Canada. What really makes the writing of the letter newsworthy is the fact that except for a couple of lawyers and assorted members of Canada's first family of terrorism, there has been no large outcry about Khadr's repatriation to Canada. Canadians obviously are content to let the little jihadist rot in the American facility in Cuba.

Big Brother jumps onto world scene from Shenzhen, China

By Judi McLeod

Monday, August 13, 2007

While the world turned on its axis, Big Brother slithered out of the closet in China this weekend.

Population control will cover the whole of Shenzhen City and its 12.4 million souls by August's end.

Even their personal reproductive history--in sync with the enforcement of China's "one child" policy"--will be included on new "residency cards" fitted with foolproof computer chips.

Population control, guided by sophisticated computer software--from an American-financed company--will one day jump the Pacific Ocean to land foursquare in North America.

`Scan-doval' Sandoval of Michael Savage attack mired in election corruption

By Judi McLeod

Friday, August 10, 2007

San Francisco Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval, latest, self-appointed, hitman in strategy aimed to silence America's talk show radio, is the same Sandoval mired in election corruption.

In some corners, election corruption earned the supervisor the nickname of Gerardo `Scandoval".

Sandoval's payment of at least $10,000 to his wife, Amy Harrington for work on his re-election campaign in 2004, continued to dog him into his unsuccessful race for city assessor-recorder.

Exposing on-line Jihadists

By Judi McLeod

Friday, August 10, 2007

When it comes to capitalizing on the Worldwide Internet, Al Qaida has shot up to the top of the list in the savvy category.

Jihadists working the Internet are prolific, so much so that they could easily borrow a line in popular use during the Cold War: "They're everywhere!"

"In six years I have bookmarked some 6,000-+ Jihadist websites and the list is still growing," says Archangel, code name for an online Jihadist-tracking expert.

Finding terrorists in cyber space has become a popular pursuit on the Internet with scores of cyber sleuths up late at night searching on-line for terrorists while their families sleep.

Terrorists who recruit online transcend both the paperback spy novel and the silver screen. They are the latest real time reality in the ongoing International War Against Terrorism.

Save the Environment--from school dunce Al Gore

By Judi McLeod

Thursday, August 9, 2007

If Al Gore were in Professor Tim Ball's classroom, he wouldn't be bringing his Report Card home.

Gore's Oscar-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth will return to class when youngsters return to school next month.

"They are showing his film in schools when I would give it an "F" even as a Grade X assignment," says climatologist Ball.

Gore needs a lot of work on the subject of man-made Global Warming, but his biggest boo-boo comes from his well-publicized definition of C02.

The clue to finding missing Maddie is out there

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Even in all of its heartbreak, the search for missing Madeleine McCann, has a positive side: It is teaching parents everywhere how a child can be abducted in a heartbeat, often under the very noses of those who love them best.

Kate McCann, Maddie's mother warns today that abductions are more common than many parents realized. Britain's child protection measures, such as the sex offenders' register and system of Criminal Record Bureau checks, should be enforced across the continent, she said

Al Gore's head in wrong kind of clouds

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Bubba's buddy Al Gore's got his head in the wrong kind of clouds.

While Gore works to rid the world of Thomas Edison's incandescent light bulb, while leaving his well-lighted Tennessee mansion looking like the proverbial you-know-what, a giant toxic cloud in Asia may bring floods and droughts to some two billion people.

There are storm clouds gathering around Gore's contention that greenhouse gases are the main culprits in destroying earth, as we know it.

How the American Embassy in Warsaw Was Spied on by the Polish Special Services

By David Dastych

Monday, August 6, 2007

In Winter of 1985 Robert Maxwell sold an Israeli-doctored version of PROMIS to General Wojciech Jaruzelski, the then top ruler of Communist Poland. It was supposed to be used against the Solidarity Trade Union (illegal from December 1981) and the democratic opposition in Poland. But it also might be used to trace people and money passing through the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw.

Landmines discovered in Ontario creek on long weekend

By Judi McLeod

Sunday, August 5, 2007

Landmine found The big question about two live landmines found in a countryside culvert running under Inadale Drive between Strathroy and Mt. Brydges, Ontario yesterday is who put them there?

Appearing to be attached to timers, the landmines were likely of the type used to blow up tanks, according to Strathroy-Caradoc police.

Police yesterday swarmed a country creek where children cool off in heat waves like the one this week as Canadian Forces explosives experts detonated the landmines.

I-35 Bridge collapse in Minneapolis

By Douglas Hagmann NE Intelligence Network

Thursday, August 2, 2007

1 August 2007; 9:25 P.M. ET: Investigators at the Northeast Intelligence Network have been in touch with a senior police official at the scene of the I-35 bridge collapse. We are continuing to monitor the information from first responders and rescuers at the scene, whose first priority is rescue and recovery of the victims of the collapse. According to information from a senior investigator at the scene, there is no obvious evidence that would immediately pinpoint a cause for this horrific and large-scale tragedy. Accordingly, officials are "taking all of the necessary precautions" at the site, as well as in other areas, to handle any concurrent threats that could arise from this situation - or potentially be exploited by it.

As one senior official at the scene stated during phone contact:

Same signs warning 9/11 was imminent apparent again

By Judi McLeod & Sean Osborne

Thursday, August 2, 2007

"Ninety days at the most" as of July 30, 2007 is the timeline predicted by counterterrorism expert Juval Aviv for an "imminent al Qaeda attack on five to seven American cities simultaneously."

"I predict, based primarily on information that is floating in Europe and the Middle East, that an event is imminent and around the corner here in the United States. It could happen as soon as tomorrow, or it could happen in the next few months. Ninety days at the most," said Mr. Aviv. (The Family Security Foundation, Inc., July 30, 2007).

Calling Danie Krugel to the Madeleine McCann search

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Phil McCann, whose noble mission it is to "cover 80 percent of the world's inboxes in two weeks" in the ongoing search for four-year-old Madeleine McCann, should tap Danie Krugel, of Carte Blanche fame, for help.

The whereabouts of Madeleine McCann have been unknown since her disappearance on Thursday, May 3, 2007.

The then three-year-old British girl was on holiday with her parents and siblings in the resort of Praia da Luz in the Algarve, Portugal and mysteriously disappeared from the apartment in which they were staying.

Investigation by the Portuguese Police concluded that Madeleine, who was in a ground floor bedroom with her two-year-old twin siblings, had been abducted.

UN's $1.9 billion Taj Mahal on the East River

By Judi McLeod

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Is the $US1.9 billion United Nations renovation of its crumbling New York headquarters another Oil for Food-type scam in the making?

There's a discrepancy anywhere from $500 million to $1billion in unaccounted for expenses tied up somewhere in the projected costs for square footage. It's a discrepancy lost in the same labyrinth of UN unpaid parking tickets.

The UN has signed a contract with Swedish builder Skanska to handle the preconstruction phase of the renovations.

The Strange Case of Edward Mazur

By David Dastych

Monday, July 30, 2007

Edward Andrew Mazur, 61, a rich American businessman born in Poland and holding U.S. and Polish passports, spent nine months under arrest, pending his extradition to Poland. Then, on July 20, he was set free by an unquestionable decision of Judge Arlander Keys of the Chicago District Court.

In Poland, Mazur was accused of complicity in the murder of a former Polish Police Chief, General Marek Papala, shot dead on June 25, 1998 in front of his Warsaw home. The investigation of this crime is nine years old and not concluded yet. While professional killers involved in the murder of the General were in jail or dead, no trace led to the powerful people, who had ordered Papala's "liquidation", nor were their ultimate motives clearly established. The evidence collected over these years and presented to the Chicago Dictrict Court proved not strong enough to cause Mazur's extradition. His role in the murder has not been proven and the evidence is based, at least in its main part, on testimonies of gangsters remaining in Polish jails. But for the Polish prosecutors, Edward Mazur is a linchpin to the masters of this crime and of many other criminal acts.

Calling all Internet Angels:
Looking into Madeleine's eyes

By Judi McLeod

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Every once in awhile someone comes up with a winning idea for a potential miracle, courtesy of the Worldwide Internet.

Such a winning idea came CFP's way today from dear friend and retired police officer Tom Cooke, via Phil McCann, the aunt of four-year-old, still missing Madeleine McCann.

The story of the missing child is starting to fade from world media headlines because of time lapse.

…"The story is only being covered in Britain, Eire and Portugal," McCann wrote in what could be `The Chain Letter of All Time'. "We don't believe that she is in Portugal anymore and need to get her picture across Europe as quickly as possible. Suggestions are welcome."

McCann's noble mission is to "cover 80 per cent of the world's inboxes in two weeks."

Made-in-China massive air pollution ignored by global warming gurus Al Gore & Maurice Strong

By Judi McLeod

Friday, July 27, 2007

You'll never hear this from global warming guru Al Gore and Canadian sidekick Maurice Strong: Massive dust plumes from China fouling air breathed in North America, are causing dramatic changes in climate.

China, in the proverbial doghouse for exporting tainted food for humans and pets, is also sending pollution of nightmare proportions through the air that we breathe.

"An outpouring of dust layered with man-made sulfates, smog, industrial fumes, carbon grit and nitrates is crossing the Pacific Ocean on prevailing winds from booming Asian economies in plumes so vast they alter the climate." (The Wall Street Journal, July 20, 2007).

Osama bin Laden losing in Afghanistan

By Judi McLeod

Thursday, July 26, 2007

It was a return to my past when I discovered a picture of Prince Mostapha Zahir, taken at his grandfather's funeral, on Google yesterday.

Mostapha was there when the body of King Mohammad Zahir Shah, Afghanistan's last king, was lowered into a bullet-ridden hill by an honour guard on Tuesday.

Afghan officials and dignitaries, including President Hamid Karzai, walked behind the coffin amid heavy security.

















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