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Posts Tagged ‘old right’

Mujahadeen-e-Khalq provided “smoking Laptop.” Is the Mossad involved?

Posted by Jesse on March 8, 2008

March 1, 2008
Iran Nuke Laptop Data Came from Terror Group
by Gareth Porter

The George W. Bush administration has long pushed the “laptop documents” – 1,000 pages of technical documents supposedly from a stolen Iranian laptop – as hard evidence of Iranian intentions to build a nuclear weapon. Now charges based on those documents pose the only remaining obstacles to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) declaring that Iran has resolved all unanswered questions about its nuclear program.

But those documents have long been regarded with great suspicion by US and foreign analysts. German officials have identified the source of the laptop documents in November 2004 as the Mujahideen e Khalq (MEK), which along with its political arm, the National Council of Resistance in Iran (NCRI), is listed by the US State Department as a terrorist organization.

There are some indications, moreover, that the MEK obtained the documents not from an Iranian source but from Israel’s Mossad.

Read the rest here....

Listen to an interview by Scott Horton here…[March 7th, 2008]

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Do you have 11mn? Want to know what Ron Paul stands for?

Posted by Jesse on March 1, 2008

…..with hundreds of thousands standing alongside him?

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The Republican Party is a horror movie!

Posted by Jesse on January 15, 2008

Rock on Scott Horton and Justin Raimondo!!

[Antiwar Radio: Justin Raimondo 41:23 5/16/07 Antiwar.com’s Justin Raimondo discusses Dr. Ron Paul’s performance in the second GOP presidential debate May 15th, what it reveals about the corruption of the Republican …]

Scroll down to May 16th for this interview. Click here.

Horton has a great show with a huge variety of guests from the whole spectrum.
CIA, investigative reporters, law professors, etc. Take a gander. It rocks.

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The Washington Post and a reality check.

Posted by Jesse on January 12, 2008

Dan McCarthy writes an awesome piece over on ronpaul2008.com
it’s part of the Campaign HQ blog.


“Believe it or not, there was once a time — 1933 to 1940 — when the Washington Post was edited by man with principled, constitutionalist views similar to Ron Paul’s. His name was Felix Morley, and this is how he described his philosophy in his autobiography, For the Record:

My position remained essentially “Libertarian,” though it is with great reluctance that I yield the old terminology of “liberal” to the socialists. I was, and continue to be, strongly opposed to centralization of political power, thinking that this process will eventually destroy our federal republic, if it has not already done so. The vestment of power in HEW [now HUD and the Dept. of Education] is demonstrably bad, but its concentration in the Pentagon and CIA is worse because the authority is often concealed and covertly exercised. Failure to check either extreme means continuous deficit financing and consequent inflation which in time can be fatal to the free enterprise system. As a Federal Reserve Bulletin would later observe, with refreshing candor: “One of the primary benefits of inflation is the revenue it produces for the government.” In short: “Taxation without Representation.”

I doubt that anyone at the Post knows anything about Morley — no more than the paper’s current editors know, or care, about limited, constitutional government.”

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