"You shall know the Truth and
the Truth shall make you free" J.C.
Key people from several countries are implementing, so called The Silk Road Strategy to build an oil pipeline running under the Caspian Sea, down through Afghanistan. These people have used their private companies' interests and are using their public offices partly in order to access and develop foreign oil. If more people knew about this, they probably would not stand for this long drawn out war!
Our leaders KNEW the WTC attack was finally, about to happen. Echelon spies gave U.S. authorities a 3-month warning of attacks. A German paper reported U.S. and Israeli intelligence agencies received warning signals at least 3 months ago that terrorists were planning to hijack commercial aircraft to use as weapons (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, http://wwwnewsbytes.com). The U.S. already in July 2001 had planned to attack the Taliban (http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/south_asia/newsid_1550000/ 155036). Senior American officials in mid-July told a former Pakistani foreign secretary, that military action against Afghanistan would go ahead by the middle of October before the snow falls (BBC News 9-18-01). The FBI visited a flight school and tracked a pilot terrorist 2 weeks before the terrorist attacks (http://cnn.com 9-18-01). In 1995 U.S./FBI was warned of a terrorist plot to hijack commercial planes attack buildings. Philippine investigators told the plan was termed ''Project Bojinka" (Manila, Philippines, CNN 9-18-01). As ex CIA chief, Stansfield Turner admitted, Oct 3rd, on CNN cable, US government had prior knowledge of 4 to 6 Bin Laden cells in the USA. That means the cells were completely bugged: every phone lines every cell phone every e-mail. Turner said they couldn't move in and arrest them as they were here legally. Which brings us to the fact: INS sold citizenship to terrorists for $6,000.00 dollars a piece, as an 'under the table' bribe. An INS career officer, out of the Orlando Florida INS office, caught and ratted out her bosses for selling citizenship to terrorists. When her bosses abused her, she sued the INS as a whistleblower and she won in court large cash settlement. During lawsuit her evidence was sent to John Ashcroft, headman at Dept of Justice, Atty Gen for USA. He did not answer her but sent the whole package back to her bosses. He did not want to know about it
What was the reason for the attacks on the U.S.A.? "Reason for our current situation is our foreign policy
We do not use deep listening to understand the suffering and the real needs of people in other nations." (Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Dr. Thich Nhat Hanh. From the Ashes, p.103. www.beliefnet.com)
Why do you think Americans are so hated? "People don't hate the U.S. Too many have suffered from the effects of U.S. foreign policy; that is what they resent." (Desmond M. Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Cape Town, Nobel Peace Prize and many other degrees recipient. From the Ashes, p.13)
The U.S. is one of the largest arms dealers in the world and 2/3 of our foreign aid is military aid. We need to end arms race and spending billions of dollars on military industry, to create an immediate shift away from the export of weapons toward a more life-supporting policy based on the export of our know-how, expertise and technical assistance in business, agriculture, etc. We should replace military force as a principal instrument of our foreign policy.
Energy crisis was fabricated! The quest for shortsighted profit endangers our health. We need more electricity, but making it with fossil fuels is the largest industrial source of air pollution, which kills 65,000 Americans a year. U.S. citizens consume 60% of the world's energy resources, yet they account for only 6% of the total world's population. We must use more sunlight, wind power, ocean and other clean cost efficient sources of energy. We urge you for emergency help to safeguard the air you breathe, and influence government to provide incentives for renewable energy. You can pass this along to your children and grandchildren, paving the way for a better future!
America endures some of the worst health statistics of all the industrialized nations. Our health care system is really a disease care system. It focuses on the management of illness rather than on the prevention of disease and the promotion of health. 50% of deaths and 70% of diseases are caused by unhealthy habits. Yet we spend only 1% of our health care dollars on prevention. Solution: cost effective, prevention-oriented health care programs that have been scientifically shown to prevent disease and save money in the best possible way - by keeping people healthy. Sustainable, organic agricultural practices proven to produce healthy food without hazardous chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
Our elected representatives spend too much of their terms fundraising and campaigning for reelection. We have the longest campaign season, yet the lowest voter turnout of any democracy in the world. Over 115 million eligible voters could not find a reason to vote in the last election. The exorbitant cost of cam-paigns favors wealthy candidates and those who receive large contributions from special interest groups. The candidate who spends the most wins 90% of all campaigns. Consequently, government has become a competition for money and thus is hostage to special interests rather than responsive to the people. We need public sponsorship of election campaigns and prevention of lobbying by former public servants!
Our young people are 12 times more likely to die by gunfire than their peers in other nations. Children in America have witnessed 100,000 acts of violence on television by the time they finish elementary school. We have the highest percentage of our citizens in jail of any nation in the world, and it doesn't work. To prevent crime we need better education and reducing societal stress.
We know how to save the whales, as we know the Achilles' heel of whaling industry. We'll use negotiation, science and money to stop whaling forever. We urge you for emergency help to save thousands of beautiful intelligent creatures, which suffer for somebody's profit!
To make a difference we urge you for emergency help today. Send your vote and your contribution to ORCA: 3890-76 Vista Campana S, Oceanside, CA 92057. Phone: 760-754 2515
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What leaders have to do? "A nation must recall the things that make it hang its head in shame and perhaps be a little less arrogant as it recalls its own anguish, bewilderment, and impotence after September 11. It might then perhaps be led to think how others might have felt in Nagasaki and Hiroshima; how little girls running naked from napalm bombs were feeling; how those whose lands were devastated by smart bombs in Iraq felt (and in Yugoslavia
Y.M.). Or those in Nicaragua and the contras; or Chile after their President Allende was assassinated through the machinations of the CIA; or Angola and its civil war with a U.S.-backed Savimbi; and Congo still reeling from the U.S.-sponsored assassination of its first prime minister, Patrice Lumumba. And when it contemplates all of this, it will want to cry out to be forgiven and, in its turn, to want to forgive.
We were blessed that God gave us Nelson Mandela to lead us at a critical time in our young history, and all those other leaders who said "no" to blanket amnesty and to Nuremberg-type trials and "yes" to reconciliation and forgiveness. For they realized that revenge and retribution merely unleash an inexorable cycle of reprisal provoking counter-reprisal, so much so that Gandhi once noted that an eye for an eye leaves the world blind. Leaders can influence the mood of their people; they can make them vengeful or conciliatory; they can pander to their baser instincts, or they can hold out a vision of the sublime, of the noble, of the idealistic. Violence provokes more violence and really solves nothing, as they seem to be finding in the Middle East, in Northern Ireland, in Sri Lanka, and in Bosnia. As you have experienced, real security does not come from the barrel of a gun. Despite your massive defense spending, you were vulnerable from within." (Desmond M. Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Cape Town, Nobel Peace Prize & many other degrees recipient. From the Ashes, pp.12-13. www.beliefnet.com)