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To: Publius6961

The greatest fraud perpetrated on the American people is not the uncertainty about how/why we went into Iraq, it was the removal of the images of 9/11 from the eyes of the American people. These images (each one, each second worth a thousand words) speak so blatantly, so graphically, so completely about what it is that now DOMINATES THE WORLD SCENE, but what so many are either uncertain about/ignorant of/opposed to. The removal of these images have severed people from the reality our world is now in. The faded memories stay with some, become distant and detached for others (these folks may well have a character issue to deal with--think about it--what is life-altering for one person on a national level is overblown to someone else).

These images were removed for reasons I will never understand, but what my mind tells me was the result of some liberal mindset: too painful, too emotional, too potentially threatening to the multi-cultural philosophy which feared repurcussions against Islamists and, thus, a threat to one of the Left's core beliefs-- West/America/Judeo-Christian: bad, rest of world: good.


17 posted on 09/09/2006 8:39:55 AM PDT by MarDav
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To: MarDav
These images were removed for reasons I will never understand, but what my mind tells me was the result of some liberal mindset:

These images were removed as a result of "free trade". NOTHING in the minds of the globalist "free traders" who have corrupted our government can interfere with trade. That is why americans are indoctrinated to multiculturalism, so we will not abhor trading with communists and slavers, it is why the borders are open to millions of illegal invaders, because 'free movement of persons' is fundamental to the "free trade" plan to globalize and centralize all economies, it is why we are selling our vital national infrastructure off to countries that harbor terrorists, like Saudi Arabia.

American minds must be erased so that they do not protest when their national security is devastated, and their tax dollars and domestic economy are looted in the name of "free trade". So, images of Americans dying by the hands of foreign enemies must be purged.
22 posted on 09/09/2006 8:54:20 AM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: MarDav
Well, it appears that all is not lost. The link below seems to be a repository of 500 hours of video collected from various sources which is accessible -- somehow.

These belong in a permanent National archive, accessible to all Americans only. Lots of gleeful mass murderer propaganda material there.

I am not as hopeless as you are.

CAMERA PLANET

28 posted on 09/09/2006 9:13:07 AM PDT by Publius6961 (MSM: Israelis are killed by rockets; Lebanese are killed by Israelis.)
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To: MarDav
If the American people remember what happened on 9/11,and want to protect their independence and their security by stopping trade with enemy nations, they would interfere with the "free traders" plans. Documented here...

US. and Canada discuss emergency scenarios

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB) announced recently that business resumption plans have been updated to reflect analysis of a joint U.S.-Canada-trade exercise conducted in Detroit. CBP, along with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and local law enforcement representatives met with trade leaders in the summer of 2006 to discuss potential steps the governments and the private sectors would take to keep trade moving in the event of a disaster or emergency situation.

The exercise brought together approximately 70 individuals from CBP, CBSA, local law enforcement, emergency responders and trade representatives to discuss hypothetical emergency scenarios and coordination, and walk through steps that each might take to ensure business resumption and trade facilitation.

“Making sure that we have protocols in place with our U.S. partners and the private sector in the event of a significant incident is mutually beneficial to our two countries,” said Canada Border Services Agency President Alain Jolicoeur. “With about $1.9 billion in cross-border trade each day, business resumption plans will help increase the safety and efficiency of our border and ensure the free flow of legitimate travelers and commerce across our shared border.”

Discussion topics at the exercise included:

logistics,
operational decisions and impacts,
communications between and among agencies as well as with the media, and
potential timeframes for reconstituting trade in the event of an incident.

In the days following 9/11, border operations on the northern and southern borders were severely impacted. The recent exercise represents tangible progress in risk-assessment and preventing such an extreme impact. It is also a key component of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, a tri-lateral agreement between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico signed in 2005 to help develop a common approach to protecting North America from external threats while simultaneously facilitating the movement of legitimate trade and people across our borders.
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In other words, keep trade moving, no matter what the cost to the American people.

39 posted on 09/09/2006 3:34:44 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: MarDav
Here is an example of how free speech and peoples perceptions of foreign nations can affect trade. Again this illustrates the "free traders" plan to control our media so that we don't do anything that interferes with their goal to keep trade moving in the event of a disaster or emergency .

A Muslim boycott of Danish goods led to a 15.5% drop in total exports between February and June. Trade to the Middle East fell by half, statistics show.

Dansk Industri said it would still be some time before a complete picture emerged of how much the boycott had cost the country the "free traders".
40 posted on 09/10/2006 9:21:49 AM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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