Canadian Patriot site and Canadian Action Party video
Sat Aug 26, 2006 14:49

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Subject: Canadian Patriot site and Canadian Action Party video
Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 12:23:34 -0400

Hi, U.S. Patriot hosts and producers -

The Canadian Action Party is a relatively new
and still small party, the goals for which are largely
those of the U.S. Patriot Movement. They are
working hard to expose the rot at the core of all
current-day governments, and in particular, the
destruction of national sovereignty here in North

I'm extremely grateful to Frank Whalen and Alex
Jones for having CAP's leader, Connie Fogal, on
their shows recently.

I would ask all Patriot hosts and producers to
continue to broadcast bulletins and have guests
from CAP to assist anti-destruction of freedom
efforts north of the border. You all have well
established Canadian listenership, as evidenced
by at least one caller in ten on your shows being
from Canada.

I have two new developments you may be interested
in regarding Canadian activism in this arena:

1. Please check out this Canadian site:

This is an excellent resource for Canadians who
want to work to preserve freedom and sovereignty,
particularly relating to the 911 crimes.

2. On this site is an excellent video of CAP leader
Connie Fogal speaking on political parties, 911
and the onrushing North American Union.
(324 kbps - requires high speed service)

To contact CAP leaders (west coast time):

Leader, Connie Fogal

Catherine Whelan Costen, CAP President & Communications
403-684-3514 or 403-660-0449 Fax: 403-684-3464

We Canadians are in the fight too - please try to bring
our efforts into your coverage!

Many thanks,

Eleanor White

(Used in Iraq and Afghanistan - and likely - New York City on 9/11...)
Northrop unveils new Global Hawk

PALMDALE, Calif. - The first production model of the latest version of the $28 million Global Hawk unmanned aircraft was unveiled Friday at a Northrop Grumman plant in California, an Air Force official said.

The Block 20 series of the Global Hawk, also known as the RQ-4B, can carry a 3,000-pound payload, or double the weight of the earlier Block 10 model, said Randy Brown, director of the Air Force's 303rd Aeronautical Systems Group.

The swaybacked, bulbous-headed plane has a 131-foot wingspan. It is designed to fly without a human pilot at high altitude, roam for 10,000 miles and stay in the air for 40 hours at a time.

The Air Force contracted for six of the Block 20 aircraft. Two more-advanced versions - the Block 30 and Block 40 - are also in development, Brown said.

Global Hawks have been used in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are among a series of unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, which include the Predator drone, developed to extend battlefield surveillance while reducing pilot casualties.

Some work will be done at the Moss Point plant, but final assembly of the aircraft will be performed at Northrop Grumman's Palmdale, Calif., plant.

Brown said other branches of the U.S. military services as well as some foreign countries have expressed interest in the Global Hawk.

"We've orders all the way out to 2013," he said.

Shares of Northrop Grumman closed down 38 cents to $65.48 on the New York Stock Exchange.
Hitting a nerve
Craig Murray

I appear to have hit a nerve with my call for a sceptical view of the
alleged "bigger than 9/11" plot. Over 50,000 people so far have read
the item on my own blog, and it has been quoted and reposted all over
the web.

In the UK, at least, the more serious wing of the mainstream media is
beginning to catch up with the idea that all is not well here.

Still, after eight days of detention, nobody has been charged with any
crime. For there to be no clear evidence yet on something that was
"imminent" and "Mass murder on an unbelievable scale" is, to say the
least, rather peculiar. The 24th person, who was arrested amid much
fanfare yesterday, has been quietly released without charge today.
Breaking news, another "suspect" has just been released too.

The drip, drip of information to the media from the security services
has rather dried-up. The last item of any significance was that they
had found a handgun and a rifle - neither of which could have been in
any use in the alleged plot. If you were smuggling undetectable liquid
explosive onto a plane, you would be unlikely to give the game away by
tucking a rifle into your hand baggage.

As with the murder some years ago of the uncle of the suspect held in
Pakistan, it remains a possibility that there could be some criminal
activity here involving a few of the suspects, which is not terrorist

As the Police immediately told the press about the guns, it is a
reasonable deduction that it remains true that they still have found
no bombs or detonators, or they would have told us, particularly as
they haven't charged anyone yet. They must be getting pretty desperate
to announce some actual evidence by now.

This brings us to one particuarly sinister aspect of the allegations -
that the bombs were to be made on the plane.

The idea that high explosive can be made quickly in a plane toilet by
mixing at room temperature some nail polish remover, bleach, and Red
Bull and giving it a quick stir, is nonsense. Yes, liquid explosives
exist and are highly dangerous and yes, airports are ill equipped to
detect them at present. Yes, it is true they have been used on planes
before by terrorists. But can they be quickly manufactured on the
plane? No.

The sinister aspect is not that this is a real new threat. It is that
the allegation may have been concocted in order to prepare us for
arresting people without any actual bombs.

Let me fess up here. I have just checked, and our flat contains nail
polish remover, sports drinks, and a variety of household cleaning
products. Also MP3 players and mobile phones. So the authorities could
announce - as they have whispered to the media in this case - that
potential ingredients of a liquid bomb, and potential timing devices,
have been discovered. It rather lowers the bar, doesn't it?

This has a peculiar resonance for me. I spoke at the annual Stop the
War conference a couple of months ago. I referred to the famous ricin
plot. For those outside the UK, this generated the same degree of hype
here two years ago. It was alleged that a flat in North London
inhabited by Muslims was a "Ricin" factory, manufacturing the deadly
toxin which could kill "hundreds of thousands of people". Police
tipped off the authorities that traces of ricin had been discovered.
In the end, all those accused were found not guilty by the court. The
"traces of ricin" were revealed to be the atmospheric norm.

The "intelligence" on that plot had been extracted under torture in
Algeria - another echo here, as the "intelligence" in this current
case has almost certainly been extracted under torture in Pakistan.
Another police tip-off to the media was that the intelligence said
that the ricin had been stored in plastic jars, and they had indeed
found plastic jars containing a suspicious substance. It turned out
the containers in question were two Brylcreem tubs. What was in them?
In the first, paper clips. In the second, Brylcreem.

I told the story in my speech, and concluded with a ringing "So we
must congratulate the government for saving us from a dastardly
Islamic plot to take over the World using hair styling products."

I fear the government may have taken me seriously!

I do not discount the possibility that there is a germ of something
behind the current alleged plot. Will it be anything like the hype? No.

The hype scarcely lowers. On the flagship ten o'clock news last night,
the BBC reported breathlessly on the United flight diverted from
Washington to Boston last night, and its fighter escort. We had very
earnest besuited security experts terrifying us about the dangers.

The extraordinary thing was that, by this stage, we knew definitely
that this was a 60 year old woman with claustrophobia, who had a few
loose matches and some Vaseline intensive care hand lotion in the
bottom of her handbag. The facts reported were totally at odds with
the whole manner of the "be terrified" report and the analysis being
built on it. But that didn't stop them.

It has, of course, worked. When did you last see Iraq on the news?
Where is Liebermann's defeat now on the news agenda?

A blog like this is much too small a player to affect the public mood.
What it can do is tap into it. The extraordinary response to these
posts shows that there is a very significant section of the public not
prepared to buy more Bush/Blair propaganda.

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