vs Wesley "Vernon"
Top sources confirmed here on Tuesday, that the general lost his job because of the evidence India produced to show his links to one of the suicide bombers that wrecked the World Trade Centre. The US authorities sought his removal after confirming the fact that $100,000 were wired to WTC hijacker Mohammed Atta from Pakistan by Ahmad Umar Sheikh at the instance of Gen Mahmud.
India helped FBI trace ISI-terrorist links, 9 Oct 2001
In early October 2001, Indian intelligence learned that Mahmoud had ordered flamboyant Saeed Sheikh - the convicted mastermind of the kidnapping and killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl - to wire US$100,000 from Dubai to one of hijacker Mohamed Atta's two bank accounts in Florida.
A juicy direct connection was also established between Mahmoud and Republican Congressman Porter Gross and Democratic Senator Bob Graham. They were all in Washington together discussing Osama bin Laden over breakfast when the attacks of September 11, 2001, happened.
Asia Times Apr 8, 2004
Some reports have suggested that Ahmad and the ISI had links to -- or foreknowledge about -- 9/11. A money transfer from Karachi to the hijackers in Florida has never been fully explored or explained. Ahmad was never called to account for this or his support to the Taliban post 9/11 even as General Musharraf moved him into the shadows.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/msid-809840,curpg-2.cms 10 Aug 2004
Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf has disclosed that Omar Sheikh, who kidnapped and murdered American journalist Daniel Pearl and is now facing death penalty, was actually the British secret Agency MI6’s agent and had executed certain missions on their behest before coming to Pakistan and visiting Afghanistan to meet Osama and Mullah Omar.
Speciaal voor Mr. "Vernon" een van die links nog eens omgezet met highlights bewerkt, om em wa precious time te sparen:
Check ook de links in menu rechts over 9/11.(neem gerust een jaar tijd)
13 okt. 2007
10 okt. 2007
GOP debate - 4:00pm - 6:00pm EST 10/9/07
I've seen this happen many times before with all the debates that included Ron Paul this year.
That means, all of the GOP debates are being intentionally botched by a higher power.
The news networks that we have offered to us are all mainstream and are very biased. And, to prove it, I've decided to cover this very important issue.
You see, it was shortly after the end of the debate, about 7:00pm (EST) that I was told by a good friend that CNBC had pulled the poll results off their site. Ron Paul averaged way above all the other candidates. The polls showed that Ron Paul had an avg. of 80% approval for all who had voted in the poll. All other candidates had less than 5.7% approval rating.
Here is a screenshot as proof: http://www.knowthelies.com/files/rpdebatelg0%5B1%5D.jpg
* Note: If you look closely at the last 6 characters of the link shown in the photograph, it also provides proof of the date as per CNBC's needs for their archives.
Here is the link so you may check for yourself: http://www.cnbc.com/id/21209903 (before you vote, the link looked like this)
And, just so there is no confusion... this is what it looks like after you vote:
The message you receive now is:
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bron: http://www.knowthelies.com/?q=node/17 Submitted by toast on Wed, 10/10/2007 - 01:24.
Posted by chellow at 6:08 p.m.
7 okt. 2007
Straight from the campaign: ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA -
The Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign raised $5,080,000 during the third quarter of 2007. That is an impressive 114 percent increase from the second quarter. Cash on hand for the Paul campaign is $5,300,000. “Dr. Paul’s message is freedom, peace and prosperity,” said Paul campaign chairman Kent Snyder. “As these fundraising numbers show, more Americans each day are embracing Dr. Paul’s message.”
Ron Paul’s 114 percent increase is in stark contrast to the decrease suffered by Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, and John McCain. Romney’s fundraising was down 29 percent. Giuliani was down 40 percent. McCain was down 55 percent.