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Nov 27, 2009

Leaks archives mirrors

Here is a mirror of the 9/11 pager messages archive:
http://depositfiles.com/files/pdo9ckh0j

And here is the mirror of the "warmers" email archive:
http://depositfiles.com/files/yc2ngcank

Deja vu all over again

From the latest Uncle Ernie's Issues and Alibis:

"... The British under Prime Minister William Lamb, aka The Viscount Melbourne was the first westerner to stumble into Afghanistan since Alexander the Great who had the sense to get out after a couple of years. It was the first Afghan war 1839-1842 where he got the British Army wiped out, save one single man and caused the Irish Potato famine and other financial disasters back home. Needless to say Billie lost his gig as Prime Minister.

Not satisfied with that England's only Jewish Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, aka The Earl of Beaconsfield, started the second Afghan war 1878-80, got beaten again which caused the Great Depression throughout Europe that lasted well past the turn of the century and like Billie, Benny was toast as PM.

Finally the 3rd Afghan war fought from May till August in 1919 and won for the Afghans their final independence from Britain. Although the British claimed victory, they lost twice as many troops as the Afghans did, even with their bomber and fighter aircraft. The end result was that they lost India and Prime Minister David Lloyd George was a one-termer!

Of course, Russia's ten year disaster cost them their empire and their first world status not to mention the PM jobs of Kosygin, Tikhonov, Ryzhkov, Pavlov and Silayev. Which is why they're so happy to help Obama remain in the Afghan quagmire.

Which means we can expect a Palin/Beck win in 2012. Thanks Barry, thanks a lot! Oh, and if a Palin Presidency isn't a sign of the Apocalypse I don't know what is!"
Read all here

What about a federal prosecution under RICO, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act for Goldman Sachs?

Signs of the times: one of the most commented articles on MarketWatch:

'Goldman Conspiracy:' RICO? Or Medal of Freedom?
Vote: Racketeers to be indicted or revolutionary American heroes?
By Paul B. Farrell, MarketWatch

ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. (MarketWatch) -- Last week's reader comments made it quite clear that the "Goldman Conspiracy" and Wall Street's growing power and control of our American democracy are deeply disturbing hot-button issues.
Many demand bold, aggressive actions, even criminal prosecution, like those coming from the new administration and the New York attorney general. Read previous Paul B. Farrell.
So what about a federal prosecution under RICO, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act? Read all

More: Dealing with the bank was 'like dealing with organized crime.' Judge blasts bad bank, erases 525G debt 25 Nov 2009
A Long Island couple is home free after an outraged judge gave them an amazing Thanksgiving present -- canceling their debt to ruthless bankers trying to toss them out on the street.

Suffolk Judge Jeffrey Spinner wiped out $525,000 in mortgage payments demanded by a California bank, blasting its "harsh, repugnant, shocking and repulsive" acts. The bombshell decision leaves Diane Yano-Horoski and her husband, Greg Horoski, owing absolutely no money on their ranch house in East Patchogue. Spinner pulled no punches as he smacked down the bankers at OneWest -- who took an $814.2 million federal bailout but have a record of coldbloodedly foreclosing on any homeowner owing money... The bank is involved in a similar case in California, where it's trying to foreclose on an 89-year-old woman, despite two court orders telling it to stop.