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Full Coverage: The Downing Street Memos (2)

Full Coverage: The Downing Street Memos (2)

Downing St Memos Likened To Martin Luther's Theses - Almost five hundred years ago, Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church, initiating a sequence of events which forever altered the geometry of global religion, politics and power. Luther's Theses began with the words, "Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, the following propositions will be discussed at Wittenberg." See... Will Rivers Pitt: Nail It to the White House Door

  • Barbara O'Brien - Mahablog: Up Downing Street

  • Democracy Now - The Downing Street Memo Comes To Washington

  • Scoop Link - LA Times Feature On Downing St. Memos

  • AfterDowningStreet - Hearings On Downing St. Minutes Moved To Capitol
  • Bernard Weiner Assesses The Impact Of The Downing St. Memo - Not just because many of my relatives got wiped out in the Holocaust, or because my wife is Bavarian, but, like so many others around the world, I am ineluctably drawn to the Hitler period in Germany. How could this have happened -- 6 million Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals and others herded into camps and slaughtered? More than 50 million killed on all sides in World War II? It's too much for the mind to comprehend. See... Building A New "Movement": The Downing Street Memo

  • Time And Place Fixed For Downing St. Memo Rally

  • AfterDowningStreet - More British Documents Leaked

  • State Dept. - Rice IV With Chris Matthews of MSNBC's Hardball

  • Scoop Link - UK Ministers Told Of Need For Gulf War ‘Excuse’

  • Guest Opinion - Flashback: USA's Ministry of Propaganda Exposed

  • David Michael Green - Bring It Down. Now.

  • William Rivers Pitt - After Downing Street

  • Democracy Now - Case for Impeachment Builds

  • BuzzFlash - Rep. J. Conyers Talks Bush Lying America Into War
  • For much much more see... Full Coverage: The Downing Street Memo (1)

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