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Osama’s dead corpse?

May 4, 2011
Paul Joseph Watson [Prison Planet]
A multitude of different inside sources both publicly and privately, including one individual who personally worked with Bin Laden at one time, told us directly that Osama’s dead corpse has been on ice for nearly a decade and that his “death” would only be announced at the most politically expedient time.
That time has now come with a years-old fake picture being presented as the only evidence of his alleged killing yesterday, while Bin Laden’s body has been hastily dumped into the sea to prevent anyone from finding out when he actually died.
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Davis May Also Face Charges against Espionage

February 9, 2011

ISLAMABAD: In an interesting twist to the Lahore double murder involving a US ‘diplomatic official’, prosecutors have recommended that an espionage case be also registered against him, sources said on Tuesday.

Raymond Davis is already facing charges for killing two Pakistani motorcyclists in a busy marketplace of Lahore on January 27.

“Keeping in view the nature of the case it is strongly recommended that a case of espionage be registered against Davis,” the prosecution branch of the Punjab police has written in an official letter to the investigation branch.

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Lahore: A Target Of Indian Spies, And Now American Spies

February 6, 2011
  • US Ambassador complains to Pakistani Government that media reports have exposed the location of American residences inside Lahore’s military zone, but fails to mention why US personnel with diplomatic cover have been found at wrong places, sometimes carrying weapons that diplomats are not supposed to.
  • Lahore’s military zone is not only exposed to covert Indian operatives but also to undercover US agents with their suspicious heavy-duty equipment placed in several houses inside a gated community right in the heart of the city’s military area. This has been going on since 2007.
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Why ‘Aman Ki Asha’ was Doomed from the Start

February 2, 2011

Zaheer Bhatti

Aman ki Asha, a desire for peace, was pre-empted even before it took off, and only laid bare secular India’s hypocrisy and double talk in encouraging such initiatives.

The Indian civil society this time led by the Times of India, co-sponsored a peace initiative at the people’s level with their Pakistani counterpart. But its religious fanatic and violent outfit Shiv Sena, threatened to burn down any cinema screening Shah Rukh Khan’s films because he supported the T20 World Cricket Champions (Pakistani cricketer) to feature in the Indian Premier League in the interest of the sport. Aamir Khan, another Indian Matinee Idol, supported Shahrukh’s stance, but Amitabh Bachan avoided lending his voice for the glory of the game, and betrayed the inherent Hinduvta bias against neighbouring Muslim Pakistan, which was amply displayed in bringing down the centuries old Babri Mosque and vowing to raise the Ram Temple, and then the Gujarat carnage against the Indian Muslims’ lives and properties, to name just a few.

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Sub-scale and classified: the top secret CIA model of a Soviet launch pad

January 25, 2011

After the Moon Race was won and the remaining Saturn rockets consigned to museums, it became common for members of the media to claim that there had never been a race at all. Even Walter Cronkite, who had been one of the most enthusiastic supporters of the Apollo program in the 1960s, later said that the United States had been “racing itself” to the Moon.

At the height of the race, NASA administrator James Webb had claimed that the Soviet Union was actively racing the United States to place a man on the Moon. But the press and the public started to see these claims as self-serving, if not outright lies. Webb only made statements, and provided no proof. By the 1970s, when no Soviet Moon rocket appeared and the Soviets denied that they had ever done anything as stupidly expensive as trying to land a man on the Moon, it was easy for westerners to doubt there had ever been a race.

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