Tuesday, October 11, 2005

ZPD: Claims of end of days

Pat Robertson makes me want to lump all his ilk together and do something really mean.
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WorldNetDaily: Joe Kovacs: Arch High Xtian Ultimate Social Fucktard US Evangelist Pat Robertson: Could this be the end? Recent natural disasters point to return of Jesus Christ! WTF!
Ignoring that there was never an historical “Jesus Christ” - Prime loon Pat Robertson shares his ‘bad’ craziness with all ...

Showing the whole damn world he solipistic POV - American Taliban Iman Pat Robertson once more make moronic claims of “end of days” -

As WND reported last month, Robertson suggested the assassination of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.

"We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability," he said, though he later backed away from the suggestion of assassination, stating he was taken out of context.

On October 10, 2005 Robertson claimed recent natural disasters (Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Rita Hurricane Stan and the Kashmir Earthquake) around the globe point to the end of the world and the imminent return of Jesus Christ.

Robertson claimed that "It's possible. I don't have any special revelation to say it is but the Bible does indicate such a time will happen in the end of time. And could this be it? It might be." [1]
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When asked where he got the information about cash going from Chavez to bin Laden, Robertson said it was from "sources," though WND has previously reported on the connection.

“... Robertson revisited his concerns about Chavez today, telling CNN, "The truth is, this man is setting up a Marxist-type dictatorship in Venezuela, he's trying to spread Marxism throughout South America, he's negotiating with the Iranians to get nuclear material and he also sent 1.2 million dollars in cash to Osama bin Laden right after 9-11."

"I've written him. I apologized and I said I will be praying for him, but one day we will be staring at nuclear weapons and it won't be [Hurricane] Katrina facing New Orleans, it's going to be a Venezuelan nuke," Robertson said.

When asked where he got the information about cash going from Chavez to bin Laden, Robertson said it was from "sources," though WND has previously reported on the connection.

"That's what I was told," Robertson said. "And I know he sent a warm, congratulatory letter to Carlos the Jackal. He's a friend of Moammar Gadhafi. He's made common cause with these people who are considered terrorists." ...”

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Venezuela Calls 'Absurd' Robertson's Chavez-Bin Laden Link

“The government of Venezuela rejected accusations by Virginia Beach-based religious broadcaster Pat Robertson that President Hugo Chavez once sent money to al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, calling the claim totally baseless.

Vice President Jose Vicente Rangel called the charge "absurd," saying it appeared aimed at tainting Chavez's image.

Robertson, who caused an uproar in August by suggesting Chavez should be killed, said on CNN's "Late Edition" Sunday that the Venezuelan leader sent "either $1 million or $1.2 million in cash" to bin Laden after the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

"He's crazy, at the very least," said Rangel, adding that Robertson's comment should be analyzed by "a team of psychologists ... because it is so irrational."

When asked where he got his information, Robertson replied: "Well, sources that came to me. That's what I was told."

Chavez has said his government may ask the United States to extradite Robertson for suggesting in August that American agents should kill him. ... ”

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That's it for now, and to my Xtian readers - if I have any - I apologise that “Baby Jesus” never was -


Quantity is Quality - more in the series of smaller blurts ...

Newsweek: Michael Isikoff: CIA Leak: Karl Rove and the Case of the Missing E-mail

Oct. 17, 2005 issue
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She should have stayed in jail - she has aided evil and must answer to the maimed and slain American Troops she has a shared responsibility for.
The White House's handling of a potentially crucial e-mail sent by senior aide Karl Rove two years ago set off a chain of events that has led special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald to summon Rove for a fourth grand jury appearance this week. His return has created heightened concern among White House officials and their allies that Fitzgerald may be preparing to bring indictments when a federal grand jury that has been investigating the leak of a CIA agent's identity expires at the end of October. Robert Luskin, Rove's lawyer, tells NEWSWEEK that, in his last conversations with Fitzgerald, the prosecutor assured Luskin "he has not made any decisions."
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But lawyers close to the case, who asked not to be identified because it's ongoing, say Fitzgerald appears to be focusing in part on discrepancies in testimony between Rove and Time reporter Matt Cooper about their conversation of July 11, 2003. In Cooper's account, Rove told him the wife of White House critic Joseph Wilson worked at the "agency" on WMD issues and was responsible for sending Wilson on a trip to Niger to check out claims that Iraq was trying to buy uranium. But Rove did not disclose this conversation to the FBI when he was first interviewed by agents in the fall of 2003—nor did he mention it during his first grand jury appearance, says one of the lawyers familiar with Rove's account. (He did not tell President George W. Bush about it either, assuring him that fall only that he was not part of any "scheme" to discredit Wilson by outing his wife, the lawyer says.) But after he testified, Luskin discovered an e-mail Rove had sent that same day—July 11—alerting deputy national-security adviser Stephen Hadley that he had just talked to Cooper, the lawyer says. In the e-mail, Rove said Cooper pushed him on whether the president was being hurt by the Niger controversy. "I didn't take the bait," Rove wrote Hadley, adding that he warned Cooper not to get "far out in front on this." After reviewing the e-mail, Rove then returned to the grand jury last year and reported the Cooper conversation. He testified that the talk was initially about "welfare reform"—a topic mentioned in the e-mail—and that Cooper then changed the subject. Cooper has written that he doesn't recall a discussion of welfare reform.
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Why didn't the Rove e-mail surface earlier? The lawyer says it's because an electronic search conducted by the White House missed it because the right "search words" weren't used. (The White House and Fitzgerald both declined to comment.) But the e-mail isn't the only belatedly discovered document in the case. Fitzgerald has also summoned New York Times reporter Judith Miller back for questioning this week: a notebook was discovered in the paper's Washington bureau, reflecting a late June 2003 conversation with Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis (Scooter) Libby, about Wilson and his trip to Africa, says one of the lawyers. The notebook may also be significant because Wilson's identity was not yet public. A lawyer for the Times declined to comment.

washingtonpost.com: For GOP, Election Anxiety Mounts - Candidates Need Convincing for '06

Rep. Katherine Harris has fans among hard-core conservatives.
The Prime Mover behind the stolen 2000 Presidential Election (and that dirty trick's designated Pointdexter) - Rep. Katherine Harris has fans among hard-core conservatives.
“Karl Rove Isn't Convincing GOP To Run In 2006”

“Candidates “Aren't Stupid,”

“They See The Political Landscape” ... ”

Get this - Harris pretended to have an affair with JEB so he could continue his affair with a cheerleader. And the rumor is she did a "Monica" or two to help relieve the pressures of office for other Bush boy. And they think they're elite. And that Black and Brown Democrats are stupid. Let's metaphorically hang them by their own hubris, - ZPD

PS If I called blow jobs “Jennifer Fitzgeralds” instead of “Monicas” would you get it?

ZPD: The Plame Affair & Why you should care

The GOP Elites lied manipulating the media to make Iraq's Saddam and the Ba'athists the replacement "Evil Empire!"

I don't mind Saddam's removal - would have preferred to see an UN-backed InterPol Force and a whole shit load of troops go in and arrest the bastard and his cronies ...

Different kind of Police Action for your average "Land war in Asia" Vietnam flashback - eh?

Plame affair

Valerie Plame with her husband Joseph C. Wilson, photographed after her CIA identity became public knowledge.

Karl Rove Mocks the Dead and Maimed He's Responsible for in the Illegal Iraq War.
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The Plame Affair (aka. CIA leak scandal, Plame scandal, or Plamegate1) is the common term for an ongoing United States political scandal which has origins in the Iraq disarmament crisis of late 2002, and concerned the identification of Valerie Plame, wife of retired ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, as a CIA "operative on weapons of mass destruction" in a July 2003 column by conservative punditRobert Novak. Novak's column was published only eight days after the publication of a New York Times op-ed written by Wilson, which was highly critical of the Bush administration's use of "unreliable" "yellowcake" documents as part of its rationale for the Iraq War.

Wilson claims that Novak had conspired with Bush administration sources to expose his wife's identity as political retribution for his earlier criticism. Divulging the identity of an undercover CIA agent is, in some circumstances, a federal crime in the United States.

The Plame Affair includes the subsequent Independent Council investigation by special appointee Patrick Fitzgerald into the actions of Bush administration officials —including Karl Rove, Scooter Libby, Ari Fleischer, and unknown others— regarding their knowledge of the leak of Plame's identity. In addition to Novak, six other journalists are reported to have known Plame's identity before the Novak column was published, including NBC's Tim Russert, and Judith Miller of The New York Times, who spent 85 days in jail for failing to divulge the identity of her confidential administration source to a grand jury.

Media commentary

Judith Miller has drawn support from some journalists, and in particular the editorial page of the New York Times, for the right to keep her sources a secret and for what she has consistently maintained is a principled defense of the First Amendment.

Miller has also been characterized by some (notably syndicated columnist and blogger Arianna Huffington) as a possible co-conspirator with the Bush Administration in the attempt to discredit former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, who openly questioned the intelligence used to justify the 2003 Invasion of Iraq.[1][2] Columnist Margaret Kimberly wrote "[Miller] isn’t protecting a whistle blower. She is protecting someone who retaliated against a whistle blower."[3] Predicting in an August 8, 2005 interview with radio host Don Imus that other employees of the New York Times would soon be subpoenaed by Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald, James Carville speculated "[i]t's going to be very interesting to see whether [Miller's] problem is a First Amendment [problem] — i.e., I want to protect a source — or a Fifth Amendment [problem] — I was out spreading this stuff, too."[4]

In the days since Miller's release from prison and her wavier from a promise of confidentiality from her source, media observers have criticized Miller and the New York Times for not publishing Miller's role in the Plame-Wilson leak, not even to explain why the full story can not now be revealed. The lawyer for Scooter Libby told the media that Miller was advised over a year ago that she could testify about her conversations with Libby.One columnist has reported that Miller has a pending million dollar book deal on the Plame leak story.[5] [6] [7][8]

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Monday, October 10, 2005


IMO - Judy Miller is up there with Novak as an American Traitor. The Plame affair was payback for showing her as a lying ratbag warmonger. Pictures follow:

Judy Miller conspired with "Scooter" Libby to add the start of an illegal war because her biased reporting wasn't getting the job done. Worse - the duo - using a Cheney memo [for his eyes only] starting to go after Joe Wilson in retaliation for his New York Times article: What I didn't find in Africa - reprint from the Common Dreams News Center

The other unindicted co-conspirators — Vice President Dick Cheney, right, and senior White House staff members, from left to right: Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove; Counselor to the President Dan Bartlett; Chief of Staff to the Vice President Scooter Libby; Deputy Chief of Staff Harriet Miers; listen to President Bush in the Rose Garden of the White House Friday, July 1, 2005 in Washington. New York Times reporter Judith Miller was released Thursday Sept. 29, 2005 after agreeing to testify in the investigation into the disclosure of the identity of a covert CIA officer, after securing an unconditional release from Libby, to testify about any discussions they had involving Valerie Plame. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) ——— we cite fair use
The faces of Evil surrounded by minions ...

Cheney and “Scooter”

Patrick Fitzgerald needs a Pointdexter to make it all work - the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois. On December 31, 2003, he made national headlines when he was appointed to continue the investigation into the Plame affair CIA leak. Fitzgerald was named by Deputy Attorney General James B. Comey after then Attorney General John Ashcroft recused himself from the case due to potential conflicts of interest.