Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Truth Will Out

     

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And what about the right to life? Isn’t that in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights too?

In 2001 opium crops in Afghanistan had been banned and eradicated After 9/11 we invaded. Afghanistan is now the worlds largest producer of opium. You do the math.  Our troops are dieing for the Great Imperialistic global drugs trade in … Continue reading

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The Oath of Allegiance that the soldiers take upon joining the British Army goes like this,

Those who believe in God use the following words: "I swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, her heirs and successors and that I will as in duty … Continue reading

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Someone once said the truth will set you free.

Porton Down – The Terrible Secret British military experiments on British Women.    http://www.rense.com/general39/secret.htm   I think the MoD have a few more terrible secrets too!

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I watched the film Ghandi today. I didn’t think my attention span could last for three hours but it did – and then I cried.

To the brave and the kind that believed my account of events, I had that reply I’ve been waiting on for what seems like forever this week, Sometimes I get so angry with the English language because it can mean … Continue reading

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I wasn’t sure what to write this blog about? Travistock? & rebels with a very good cause?

Abusers often like to isolate their victims? The official secrets act? Putting our troops at risk? It could have been about anything really – I’ve been studying the freedom of information laws which is a lot for a girl like … Continue reading

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You can call me as mad as you like but I have two very brave sons that know I’m telling the truth and if that isn’t a good enough reason to do so, then I don’t know what is.

I read this with empathy today August 2, 2005 "’One of them made cuts in my penis. I was in agony’" – the truth about Extraordinary Rendition From today’s Guardian, by Stephen Grey and Ian Cobain: Suspect’s tale of travel … Continue reading

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