A VERY SERIOUS NEWS DAY
Sat Sep 23, 2006 00:05

 
RADIO YOUR WAY: A VERY SERIOUS NEWS DAY
MSNBC Torture.. lEGAL ASPECTS REVIEWED
MSNBC President Clinton Interview "We need honest debate"
President Bush & President Pervez Musharraf Press cont.
White House denies threat to bomb Pakistan `back to the Stone
President Pervez Musharraf when asked, replies...I am writing a book...!!!

AUDIO: Sept. 22. 2006
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Musharraf Defends Deal Made With Tribal Leaders
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 — President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan tried to convince President Bush on Friday that a deal he approved with tribal leaders in one of the country’s most lawless border areas would ...
White House denies threat to bomb Pakistan `back to the Stone
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SUPER HOT BREAKING INTEL: CIA Rendition Gate is Now 9-11 ...
Collective Bellaciao, France - 23 hours ago
... Canadian computer programmer who was put on a terror watchlist by Canadian and US Government officials and sent to Syria on a CIA rendition flight (where he ...
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I'M THE DECIDER
(Koo-Koo-Ka-Choo)
Yellow cake uranium, imaginary WMD's
Declassifying facts, exposing secret agents
Tax cuts for the wealthy leaving all the poor behind
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MORE RADIO YOUR WAY FILES 22 SEPT. 2006

22 SEPT. "The Al Franken Show"
Guest: What is torture....very good!
AUDIO:
http://www.apfn.net/pogo/A001I060922-am001.MP3

22 SEPT. "The Al Franken Show"
Guest: American Education...big problem!!!
AUDIO:
http://www.apfn.net/pogo/A002I060922-am002.MP3

22 Sept. "The Randi Rhoads Show"
War crimes.... always well said!!!
Laura Flands...more on torture and secret prisions
AUDIO:
http://www.apfn.net/pogo/A004I060922-am004.MP3

22 Sept. "David Bender"
GUEST FOR N.J. Gov...
AUDIO:
http://www.apfn.net/pogo/A005I060922-am005.MP3

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Leaders duck 'stone age' threat
The Australian, Australia - 1 hour ago
by Olivier Knox in Washington. US PRESIDENT George W. Bush and Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf overnight celebrated their close ...
http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/international.cfm?id=1405292006

Speaking in an interview with CBS's 60 Minutes programme, which will be broadcast tomorrow, Mr Musharraf said: "The intelligence director told me that [Armitage] said: 'Be prepared to be bombed. Be prepared to go back to the Stone Age.' It was insulting. I think it was a very rude remark."

The Pakistani leader said he believed he had acted in the correct way when he decided to become one of the US's strongest allies in the region, despite hostility towards the US and outright support for the Taleban in parts of Pakistan.

"One has to think and take actions in the interests of the nation, and that is what I did," Mr Musharraf said.

Tony Snow, the White House press secretary, said that while he did not know personally what Mr Armitage, who is no longer a member of Mr Bush's administration, had said, the man himself had denied Mr Musharraf's claim.

"Mr Armitage has said that he made no such representations," Mr Snow said.

"I don't know. This could have been a classic failure to communicate. I just don't know.

"US policy was not to issue bombing threats. US policy was to say to President Musharraf, 'We need you to make a choice'."

His choice was clear yesterday as he stood beside Mr Bush at a press conference in the White House.

Mr Bush said he was surprised by Mr Musharraf's claims and praised him for being one of the first foreign leaders after the 11 September attacks to stand with the US to "help root out an enemy".

"The first I heard of this is when I read it in the newspaper," he said.

"I guess I was taken aback by the harshness of the words."

Mr Bush has repeatedly praised Pakistan, which is the world's second-biggest Islamic country, with a population of 160 million, for arresting hundreds of al-Qaeda operatives inside its borders since the start of the war on terror.

But the US has also urged Pakistan to do more to stop militants from crossing from its tribal regions into Afghanistan, where Taleban-inspired violence has reached its deadliest since the American-led invasion that toppled the hard-line regime.

Pakistan earlier this month signed a truce with leading tribal figures.

But Mr Musharraf told the press conference that the peace treaty with tribes along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border was meant to undermine the Taleban, not support it.

"The deal is not at all with the Taleban. This deal is against the Taleban. This deal is with the tribal elders," he said.

Mr Bush said that the president had looked him in the eye and vowed that "the tribal deal is intended to reject the Talebanisation of the people and that there won't be a Taleban and there won't be al-Qaeda [in Pakistan]."

And Mr Bush added: "I believe him."

Afghanistan has protested that the militants are linked to the Taleban, but both Mr Bush and Mr Musharraf shrugged off such links and said they were united in pursuing terrorists, especially bin Laden.

"When we find Osama bin Laden, he will be brought to justice. We are on the hunt together," Mr Bush said.

Mr Musharraf echoed those remarks, emphasising that however rude Mr Armitage's alleged comments had been, the relationship between the two countries was still strong.

"We are in the hunt together against these people," the Pakistani leader said.
http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/international.cfm?id=1405292006

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