Articles by Paul Joseph Watson

Last Updated: Wednesday 21st December, 2005, 02:39 GMT

For years, Bush said court orders required for spying
In 2004 and 2005, Bush repeatedly argued that the controversial Patriot Act package of anti-terrorism laws safeguards civil liberties because US authorities still need a warrant to tap telephones in the United States.

7/7 Final Final Word: British Intelligence Inside Operation
With the major stories of torture/rendition and spying on US citizens, one important revelation has slipped away virtually unnoticed - the fact that the Blair Government and the British Intelligence services had prior knowledge of the London bombings on July 7th of this year.

WTC Black Boxes: Found, Concealed by FBI

One of the more puzzling mysteries of 9-11 is what ever happened to the flight recorders of the two planes that hit the World Trade Center towers. Now it appears that they may not be missing at all.



Bush wiretap lies video
Polls conflict on Bush's approval
Bin Laden still priority: Rumsfeld
Ger. Minister's torture comments
Russia Shows Freedom Setback
Expert: Bird flu money bonanza

Stalin's half-man, half-ape super-warriors

N.Korea says to build light-water nuclear reactors
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Internal Enemies: Kill Them and Let God Sort Them Out - How many Americans have “suspected ties to terrorist groups”?

Alpizar Killing Buried By Media: The fallout from the shooting of a mentally distraught Rigoberto Alpizar by federal air marshals in Miami last week continues.

Watch What You Read, Comrade! So a student at the University of Massachusetts got himself visited by goons from Homeland Security because he wanted to read "The Little red Book."


X-Files/Lone Gunmen Star Dean Haglund

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