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Britain has become a Kafkaesque nightmare

Like the authority in The Trial, the Kafkaesque nightmare is that our government seems to be displaying signs not of irrationality, but of insanity. Nice guys one day, fascists the next.

>> US lawyer wrote presidential memo urging sweeping war powers: report

>> Arab Media Reporting 50 US Soldiers Perish in Chinook Attack

>> Car bombs claim 62

>> 'U.S. Soldier Killed Iraqi Teenager after Sex'

>> Small Plane Strikes Radio Tower, Killing 2

>> Bush Exhibits New 'Pimpwear' Look

>> U.S. isn't winning against Iraqi insurgents, agencies warn

>> 6 More Marines Die In Fallujah - Virtual News Blackout

>> Fallujah assault still exacting heavy toll on mental health of US marines

>> A poll governed by fear: millions will get no chance to vote, and the war will go on

>> Machine stamped Rumsfeld signature on condolence letters: report

>> Saddam bids to challenge case in US

>> Seven deaths in British custody: MoD may be forced to hold inquiries in public

>> Bible is 'lies and spin,' says C4

>> 'Christmas is taboo in America, but now people are fighting back'

>> Report: Schwarzenegger suggests U.S. Republicans move leftward

>> 'Time' names Bush named Person of 2004

>> Chemtrails: Conspiracy Or Something Else?

>> Why They Hated Gary Webb

>> Hackworth: recruiting's tanked -- the draft's next

>> National ID Red Alert!

>> Only In Arkansas: Webb 'Double Gunshot Wounds' Explanation Defies Belief

>> Future Police State Use Of ASIO The Robot?

Intelligence Reform


>> Protesters fear lack of access to inaugural parade

>> Fla. Officer Uses Stun Gun on 12-Year-Old

>> Toy Guns Pulled From N.Y. Costume Shops

>> British man stabbed protecting stepson, police unsympathetic

>> Joke Text Message Triggers Terror Alert


>> Secret Military Police to spy in and for US

>> Lawyer resigns over terror laws

>> National Guard Recruitment Plunges

>> Anti-war sentiment in Britain worsens army recruitment problem: report

>> Bin Laden’s dirty bomb quest exposed (HELP! HELP! Osama's got a dirty bomb. Here have all my rights, just keep me safe)

>> 'We know you're in there!' - x-ray drug powers for UK police

>> NATO’s secret armies linked to terrorism?

>> French spy satellite put into orbit

>> New Cuba-Venezuela alliance
Castro, Chavez sign alternative to NAFTA

>> Musharraf to Remain Pakistan Military Head

>> Americans Support ID Cards “To Catch Terrorists”

>> Tory anger as Howard supports UK ID cards

>> Drivers licenses changes

>> RFID grows in use despite little fanfare

>> Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show once a week on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

>> The Vanity Fair Interview

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Clarke faces ID cards rebellion

Charles Clarke faces his first real test as home secretary on Monday with a possible backbench rebellion over the controversial ID cards bill.

Illuminazi 9-11 By Anthony J. Hilder

Who benefits from this atrocity? Islam? Israel? Or is it those who wish to establish a NEW WORLD ORDER on the smoldering ashes of American Sovereignty? Hilder's explosive 86 minute documentary blows the lid off the Illuminati orchestration of 9/11.

There were no objections after the CIA started beheading dissenters.

>> That's Courage!

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Taiwan says China forming legal basis to attack

Taiwan condemned China's plan to draft an anti-secession law, describing it on Saturday as a move to establish a legal basis to attack the self-ruling, democratic island that Beijing claims as a province.

British Government Orders E Mail Purge To Hide Corruption Evidence

MILLIONS of e-mails to British government staff will be automatically wiped out on Monday, 11 days before freedom of information laws come into force, a newspaper reported Saturday.
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