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Bush ready to bomb Al Jazeera Headquarters.

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posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 05:16 AM
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Here is a Twist to this Story:


Guardian

Two Labour MPs have defied the Official Secrets Act by passing on the contents of a secret British document revealing how President George Bush wanted to bomb the Arabic TV station, al-Jazeera.

The Bush-Blair meeting took place when Whitehall officials, intelligence officers, and British military commanders were expressing outrage at the scale of the US assault on the Iraqi city of Falluja, in which up to 1,000 civilians are feared to have died. Pictures of the attack shown on al-Jazeera had infuriated US generals. London was also arguing with Washington about the number of extra British troops to be sent to Iraq.

A second, Foreign Office document, separately leaked in May 2004, exposed misgivings within the British government over America’s “heavy-handed” behaviour and tactics in Iraq. That memo said: “Heavy-handed US military tactics in Falluja and Najaf some weeks ago have fuelled both Sunni and Shi’ite opposition to the coalition, and lost us much public support inside Iraq.”

It was already Proven that this Memo DOES Exist despite the Bush Goverment denying it. And as we dig deeper into this matter and the mystery surrounding this document, we see the Massive Ammount of Corporate Media Censorship involved World Wide.

The Question Remains:

How can US Goverment be Allowed to Kill and Bomb Journalists just becase they do not SHARE their Views?




posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 07:01 AM
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They said on the news last night that this story was debunked and the gaurdian is now down playing it. Where is that story? I love how the only place you can find this story is on super left wing news and terrorist web sites.

[edit on 19-1-2006 by Dronetek]



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