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9/11 - WHAT DID THE GOVERNMENT KNOW AND WHEN DID IT KNOW IT?


This article triggered a major denial-of-service hacker attack on my web site. It was copied and posted on a British web site (with permission) and it too was hit with a denial-of-service hacker attack. This is the chain of facts that the government and its allies in the creation of a new world war don't want you to read.
 

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Labor & Economics : Poverty & Urban Development

We Are The University, We Can Shut It Down! Rally on Nov. 10

On Wednesday November 10th, the Members of Local 3299 AFSCME will be having a major rally when UC representatives come to the campus for state-wide bargaining. The rally will take place at 12:00 noon in front of the Baytree Bookstore on the UCSC campus.
 

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Announcement :: Globalization & Capitalism

4 Events of Feral Visions Weekend in Southern California

Nothing man-made lasts forever....
....and this civilization will also fall
 

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News :: Globalization & Capitalism

Coke...The Pause That Kills!!!

As you read this article, the Coca-Cola company is using para-military goon squads to kidnap, torture, and kill union organizers at their plants in Columbia, South America.
 

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News :: Government & Elections

FORMER US ATTY GENERAL SAYS "IMPEACH BUSH"

Message from Ramsey Clark
"Bush can run, but he cannot hide from the Constitution"
"The election does not pardon the President for past, or future "high Crimes and Misdemeanors."
 

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LOCAL News :: [none]

Sprouts: Post-Mortem Look at Measure J

This election cycle was no different from past campaigns, in that the national races overshadowed local and state ballot initiatives. On Nov. 2 voters in Santa Cruz, CA handed a crushing defeat to the controversial Measure J. This county-wide initiative would have created a half-cent sales tax to finance transportation projects, primarily a 30 year plan to widen the Santa Cruz portion of California Highway 1. Issues of growth and traffic congestion would only compound if the highway were widened, oppponents said, and more than 60 % of voters agreed. Sprouts contributor Vinny Lombardo brings us this post-mortem look at Measure J.

[ Sprouts - radio from the grassroots I SCCRTC (Yes on J) I No on Measure J I Campaign for Sustainable Transportation (No on J) ]

 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture : Police State : Resistance & Tactics

Voices From the Security Housing Unit

Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos
presents
Pelican Bay Prison Art Show

Voices From the Security Housing Unit

 

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News :: [none]

URGENT: ACT NOW (!) TO UNHIJACK THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

The 2004 Presidential election is NOT over! There's evidence the election may have been "hijacked" by fraud and that Bush has NOT won. A nationwide grassroots movement is underway to uncover the fraud, get the votes counted (or recounted) and file lawsuits, and YOUR HELP IS NEEDED NOW. Please spread the word, pitch in some volunteer time, help recruit volunteers with legal and/or computer expertise, and consider donating money. The Presidency won't be decided until the Electoral College meets on December 12; it's not too late to Redefeat Bush Again.

Calls to Action in S.F. on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 12:00 PM: [ Don't Just Mourn, Agitate I Emergency Call to Action -- Votergate!!! ]

More IMC Coverage of the Stolen "Election": [ Portland's sElection 2004 page I Indybay's Government Page I Indymedia.us ]

 

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Review :: Government & Elections

Did Bush and Co steal the election again?

How Bush won the White House.
 

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News :: Government & Elections

USA: the vote was hacked!

In Florida, the figures show that, in counties with 1 type of voting machine, voters with no Dem. or Rep. party affiliation appeared to split their votes roughly 50/50 between Bush and Kerry, which was to be expected; yet in counties with another type of voting machine, unaffiliated voters seemed to vote nearly 100% for Bush! Why did Florida voters with 1 type of machine vote 1 way, and voters with a different machine vote another?
 

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