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I had the unique opportunity to interview five US military servicemen who just got back from Iraq, or in the case of two
men, corresponded with their wives so that I could ask questions of these soldiers by mail.
[Occupied West Bank] Contrary to what the Israeli establishment has been saying, the government of Ariel Sharon has made
another big land grab. A new order issued by the military commander of the West Bank announced to Palestinians that they
Part of the fall out from our last five years of social unrest is to deepen the custom of our people keeping quiet when
things go wrong. In fact, the greater the crime, the deeper the silence.
Gaza Strip - An explosion has destroyed a U.S. diplomatic vehicle killing three Americans and wounding one. The attack
follows U.S. President Bush stating Israel’s latest bloodied invasion of refugee camps in the Palestinian Territories a
Clearly, the Castro regime will not change by its own choice. But Cuba must change. So today I'm announcing several new
initiatives intended to hasten the arrival of a new, free, democratic Cuba. (Applause.)
The following interview was with a Sergeant First Class in the United States Army. He has been deployed both in
Afghanistan and most recently in Iraq in Falujah and in Kirkuk, which have been the heart of Iraqi resistance and
attacks on US forces.
Bolivia is once again in a state of political crisis. Since mid-September, a wave of protest has spread across the
country demanding government action on a variety of issues - the main one suspension of a proposed mega-deal to sell
Bolivian natural ...
Green Party Co-Leader Jeanette Fitzsimmons was refused permission to table the following letter in Parliament today
during question time. The attempted tabling came during a question to Deputy Prime Minister Michael Cullen from Peter
Dunne concerning the ...
1. Holmes only to be served cappucinos or lattes - no black coffee.
The following interview is with a sergeant in the U.S. Army who until recently has been completely dedicated to the
cause of the US and 100% patriotic by his own definition. He said he has never had the reason or want, to question the
government or the validity ...
Calling prosperity and security "inseparable," National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice told reporters that President
Bush will stress the need to put security at the heart of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) mission and work
Some thoughts about the proposed European Constitution; some further thoughts about the axing of appeals from New
Zealand to the Privy Council; some even further reflections on referenda and whether minorities have the right to secede
in the face of majority ...
In a move unprecedented in its history, the US government has indicted an entire organization - Greenpeace, Inc. (the
Greenpeace entity in the US) - for the peaceful protest activities of its supporters.
My record collection is taking a real battering in the old style. A couple of weekends ago a mate, Dan, came around and
I played him all sorts of old NZ stuff. He found it depressing...
Publication of this story marks a watershed in American political history. It is offered freely for publication in full
or part on any and all internet forums, blogs and noticeboards. All other media are also encouraged to utilise material.
1. DEBORAH CODDINGTON (ACT) to the Minister of Education: How long have schools been given to respond to the Ministry of
Education paper on the Consolidation of the Private Schools Conditional Integration Act into the Education Act?
BANGKOK, Thailand -- U.S. President George Bush and 20 other leaders meet next week in this nervous "Land of Smiles"
where Bangkok's pro-U.S. government is trying to mummify anti-American dissent, stop Islamic terrorists destroying
airplanes and hotels, ...
Last year, as we headed into an early election, some of you asked me why I was standing again. Good friends wanted to
know whether I had come to my senses. Had the mid-life crisis that lifted me from my comfortable berth in legal practice
run its course?
A study group chosen by the Bush administration has just spent the public’s tax dollars reaching a conclusion worthy of
Rip Van Winkle: ''Hostility toward America has reached shocking levels.''
1. LARRY BALDOCK to the Minister of Transport: Will the review of major roading projects currently underway by Transit
New Zealand and Transfund New Zealand be completed by December 2003 as stated, and will the review process result in
delays to the construction ...
Cartoon by John Chuckman….
Forget about the Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger is taking on a new role as Governor-elect of California: The
This first part lays out the case from the evidence presented in the Hutton inquiry why the death of Dr. David Kelly was
not by suicide. Part two will show the reasons, in this writer's opinion, Dr. Kelly was killed.)
United Nations -- The United States October 14 formally placed its draft resolution on Iraq before the Security Council
and said that it wants a vote before the end of the week.
Critics Question Credibility of FBI Investigation into White House Leak Exposing CIA Operative - Interview with Ray
McGovern, retired CIA analyst, conducted by Scott Harris
AUCKLAND, 10 September, 2003 – Sony's has launched a new DVD Handycam® camcorder that advances the simplicity of making
and sharing videos. The new camcorder produces DVD recordings that play back in most current home and PC DVD players, as
well as ...
In This Edition: Bigger Than Watergate! - How To Rig An Election In The United States - Fantasy vs Reality - How We
Discovered The Backdoor - Evidence Of Motive - Evidence Of Opportunity - Evidence Of Method - Evidence Of Prior Conduct
- Consistent Unexplained ...
As casualty-numbers mount for protesters, and those demonstrating against the Sánchez de Lozada government increase
their momentum, Bolivia’s president was forced to step back from authorizing the construction of a foreign-owned
pipeline to ship the country’s ...
Attorney-General Margaret Wilson's advertisements for new judges fit with her rejection of any mechanism to ensure they
are appointed without political bias, ACT New Zealand Justice spokesman Stephen Franks said today.
Timor-Leste has made tremendous progress in governing itself in the 17 months that the United Nations has been helping
the newly independent country, but serious problems of security, order and economic transformation remain, the top UN
envoy in the country ...