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16-22 October 2003

Regime Rotation in America, by Michel Chossudovsky,

Princess Diana: Unpublished Documents pertaining to the "Car Accident Plot". Sworn Testimony by former MI6 agent Richard Tomlinson,

9/11: Did Rupert Murdoch have Prior Knowledge of 9/11? by Christopher Bollyn

GASBOL et la crise politique en Bolivie: Les mégaprojets gaziers au Brésil et en Bolivie, par Micheline Ladouceur,

Truth, Lies, and the Legend of 9/11, Chaim Kupferberg, [Note: large file]

Russia`s Switch into the Euro signals Decline of US Dollar as a Global Currency: The Global Redlining of America, by Black Commentator

The Ghost of Adolph Hitler: Nazi Influence in America, by John Stanton,

The Wrong Side of 'Us vs. Them', by Coleen Rowley

Boy investigated by FBI for researching School Paper on Chesapeake Bay Bridge,

9/11: Transcript of Osama bin Laden's Audio Message, by Al Jazeera

Bush Family Connections with Nazi Germany: Bush Ancestor's Bank Seized by Government, Jonathon D. Salant

Slide towards Fascism in America: The Emperor Has No Clothes, by US Senator Robert Byrd

Arnold Schwarznegger: "outspoken admirer of Hitler"

Bush's 87 billion dollar Iraq "Reconstruction" Fund, Statement by Rep. McDermott, 16 Oct.


The Globalization of Poverty and the New World Order, by Michel Chossudovsky, 2nd Edition, Global Outlook, Shanty Bay, Ont, 2003

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-Was 9/11 a Hoax?

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