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Bush threatend to bomb Al Jazeera

The Daily Mirror from the UK broke this story today – apparently Bush planned to bomb the Al Jazeera HQ in Qatar, a “Top Secret” No. 10 memo reveals.

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  • I hope that during a press conference with Bush, an Al Jazeer reporter will ask: “Is it true that you wanted to bomb my office?”

  • jack wells

    I’m going to get flamed for posting a question that many will
    consider as having an obvious answer. Still, moderator willing,
    I’d like to hear opinions as to why Bushes alleged threat to bomb
    AlJazeera drew essentially no notice in the American press.

  • CNN, refuses to cover the leak. They won’t run the story because they are a state/sponsored run news organization not unlike what you have in Russia currently. Can I prove it? Yes.

    Their parent company is AOL, AOL’s headquarters are just outside Langley Va. in a city (that you won’t find on the map) called Dulles Va. It’s an arm of military intelligence essentially.

    I just thought I’d explain why CNN won’t run the story just like they don’t want the real story about white phosphorous coming out. They claim they use it as a smoke screen. A substance that eats through metal is a smokescreen??? You believe that? No ofcourse not anyone with a brain doesn’t believe it for a second. But that is CNN’s cover-up of the issue and they have been using it essentially since the beginning of the war.

    Now CNN/state sponsored news faces the possibility that the president himself is nothing more than a terrorist. This issue is not nor will not go away regardless whether phony news station CNN covers it up or not!

    BTW do you like the way they cover his ass and make it look like they aren’t? Do ya like that?

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