Monday, March 31, 2003
U.S. Troops Kill 7 Iraqi Women, Kids
The Pentagon has confirmed that U.S. troops killed seven Iraqi women
and children at a checkpoint when their van would not stop as ordered.
Damn this is bad, really bad. They are going to have to turn back
all the new suicide bombers that will want to blow themselves up in Iraq.
More Aljazeera civilian causality photos
U.S. Casualties Could Be 'Shocking'
U.S. air attack found lacking in 'shock and awe'
UK soldiers sent home from Iraq 'for refusing to fight'
U.S. Military Moves Reporter Geraldo Rivera From Iraq
"He was with a (U.S.) military unit in the field and the commander felt
that he had compromised operational information by reporting the position
and movements of troops,"
Confusion Over Status of Geraldo Rivera in Iraq
National Geographic Fires Peter Arnett
NBC Fires Peter Arnett Over Iraqi TV Interview
Forces Enter Iraq's 'Red Zone'
Since Saturday's suicide car bomb attack on U.S. troops, U.S. sentries
have shot five drivers, killing at least two. Iraqis said some 5,000 Arabs
have come to Iraq to help attack the Americans.
The majority of more than 2,000 weekend airstrikes were focused
on three Republican Guard divisions around Baghdad.
Iraqi men leave Jordan on free trip to Baghdad, vowing to "liberate" Iraq
Coalition Troop Casualties, POWs, MIAs
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Jays fans to sing U.S. praises
Canadian baseball fans will be hearing God Bless America played
during the seventh-inning stretch of each team's first home game.
Those poor Canadians. I would apologize for those idiots if it helps.
Like Americans would sit through Oh Canada in New York.
I suppose if they boo, someone will bomb them.
via The G Spot
British victims describe 'friendly fire' terror
They said the US pilot apparently failed to recognise that their tanks were
a British make, with special coalition identification aids and even a large Union
flag on another machine in the five-vehicle convoy.
"There was a boy of about 12-years-old. He was no more than 20 metres
[65.6 ft] away when the Yank opened up. There were all these civilians around.
"He [the pilot] had absolutely no regard for human life.
I believe he was a cowboy. He'd just gone out on a jolly."
"He's killed one of my friends and he's killed him on the second run."
Sunday, March 30, 2003
Yet another animal trained for war.
The dreaded Iraqi Suicide Squirrel Squads.
Approach with caution.
Trained to crawl up the pant leg and explode when they reach the crotch.
Keep your pant legs tied up and shoot all squirrels carrying a weapon.
Baghdad assault 'delayed for up to 40 days'
Quote of the Day
"A military campaign is like a bicycle. If it isn't moving forward, it will fall over."
Suicide bombers 'arrive in Iraq'
US troops get strict with Iraqis after suicide bombing
Troops later shot and killed a man who tried to run the roadblock.
He also said the man was wearing civilian clothes and was accompanied by his wife.
Message to coalition forces: expect more suicide bombers
Moroccans Back Suicide Attacks as War Anger Flares
Australian Navy on look-out for suicide boats
Islamic Jihad - Suicide bombing 'a gift to Iraqis'
Main square in West Bank refugee camp named after Iraqi suicide bomber
Turkey, Saudi Arabia requested ban on missile flyovers
The ban took effect Friday after several errant Tomahawk missiles landed
but did not explode ó in parts of Turkey and Saudi Arabia earlier in the week.
Seven of the nearly 700 Tomahawks fired to date have veered off course.
US stops Saudi missile overflights
Human-shield tactic frustrates coalition
Iraqi irregular militia forces have used civilians as human shields.
"The fundamental difference between Baghdad and Basra is that we can
bypass Basra; we cannot bypass Baghdad,"
Rumsfeld's Role as War Strategist Under Scrutiny
Iraqi civilians feed hungry US marines
Soldiers found in shallow graves
Fires rage in downtown Baghdad
Three die as US Marine UH-1 Huey helicopter crashes in southern Iraq
Almost as many troops die by accident as in combat
U.S. Apology for 'friendly fire' deaths
BBC reported the soldiers involved call the U.S.
Pilot a Cowboy no regard for human life,
and said he was attack them with civilians
in the nearby vicinty.
IFJ Demands Inquiry Over Claim of Reporters "Beaten Up" by US Troops
British soldier killed in river ambush
Iraq Rewards Family of Suicide Attacker
Iraq Claims 4,000 Set for Suicide Attacks
US Navy's 'Flipper' goes AWOL
The handlers of the five dolphins at work in the Iraqi port of Umm Qasr
confirmed yesterday that one of their charges, a male named Tacoma,
did disappear when put in the water to go to work.
"Two days later we found him in the same spot where we put him in the water,"
US soldiers in Iraq asked to pray for Bush.
Thousands of marines have been given a pamphlet called "A Christian's Duty,
" a mini prayer book which includes a tear-out section to be mailed to the
White House pledging the soldier who sends it in has been praying for Bush.
You wanna get a feel for this war?
Listen to BBC World Service for several hours.
They are interviewing Iraqi people again and again.
Basically Iraqis hate Saddam but, they hate war/invasion/invaders more.
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Truck attack reported at U.S. military camp in Kuwait; some 15 people injured
2 Americans Killed in Ambush in Afghanistan
Four gunmen on motorcycles ambushed a U.S. military
reconnaissance patrol in southern Afghanistan today.
Indonesians Marched on the U.S. Embassy Sunday
Hundreds of thousands demonstrate in Asia against Iraq war
US Helicopters Kill 50 Elite Iraqi Troops -Officer
Commandos capture Iraqi general, say British - War on Iraq
Saturday, March 29, 2003
Iraqi Suicide Bomber Kills 4 U.S. Troops
A man, identified by Iraqi officials as a noncommissioned officer,
drove his taxi to a U.S. checkpoint in south-central Iraq and waved
for help. When soldiers approached, the car exploded and four Americans died.
Iraq promises more suicide bombings
Vice-President Taha Yassin Ramadan said.
"This is just the beginning. You'll hear more pleasant news later."
US death toll hits 34
15 were listed as missing, 104 wounded, 7 POWs
Report: Rumseld Ignored Pentagon Advice on Iraq
Rumsfeld insisted at least six times in the run-up to the conflict that
the proposed number of ground troops be sharply reduced and got his way.
"He thought he knew better. He was the decision-maker at every turn,"
the article quoted an unidentified senior Pentagon planner as saying.
"This is the mess Rummy put himself in because he didn't want a heavy
footprint on the ground."
For war tactics, Iraq looks to places where U.S. troops stumbled
Saddam Hussein's commanders have turned to Vietnam, Lebanon, Somalia
and Northern Ireland for inspiration, and also borrowed one idea from
Yugoslavia's losing battles against NATO forces in Bosnia and Kosovo.
Missionaries To Follow U.S. Forces In Iraq
4 Marines missing while clearing supply routes
Pentagon denies supply problems
ĎWeíre Fighting Two Wars Hereí
British troops sad and angry at fifth friendly fire death
British Govt apologises for execution claim
58 killed in Baghdad market blast - War on Iraq
Wow, thats one powerful photo.
Aljazeera - 2
Iraqi official: 52 killed in Baghdad airstrike
Friendly fire 'kills fifth UK soldier'
UK soldier killed by 'friendly fire'
A British solder was killed yesterday when a US
A-10 tankbuster aircraft destroyed a Scimitar.
Two Apache Longbows crashes mar mission for 101st Airborne
The dust cloud caught up to him, and he lost orientation to the ground.
One hour later the 2nd apache with the wind at its back, kicked up dust
that hindered pilot visibility and crashed.
Both helicopters were totaled. Together, the helicopters cost more than $50 million.
Luckily only one leg fracture, and a few minor injuries on the other three.
U.S. Forces Fight to Protect Supply Lines
In all, Pentagon officials said, 37 U.S. soldiers and Marines have been killed or
gone missing in action, with about 100 wounded. The toll, however, has often lagged
behind the fighting since the war began March 20.
U.S. commanders said they intend to concentrate on smashing Fedayeen units in the days ahead.
Fierce fighting on road to Baghdad
Saddam playing for time, analysts say
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, however, suggested
U.S. troops might lay siege to the capital rather than invade,
in hopes its citizens will rise up against the government.
Fedayeen brigades are fanatics for Saddam
US Forces Facing Resistance from Iraqi Fedayeen Militiamen
Pentagon Searches for Label for Fedayeen Saddam
Most Pentagon officials don't even appear caught up in the name game one
way or the other, save for one thoughtful military commander who told VOA
he thought the whole affair was ridiculous.
Friday, March 28, 2003
The Onion has got some funny stuff.
Great headlines like - Dead Iraqi Would Have Loved Democracy
Sheryl Crow Unsuccessful; War On Iraq Begins
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Syria slams US charge of sending military goods to Iraq
"Donald Rumsfeld is trying to justify the failure experienced by his
troops in Iraq as the result of weather conditions and others by
accusing other parties of having passed military equipment to Iraq,"
"Practice to Deceive"
Meanwhile, U.S. intelligence has discovered fresh evidence that, prior to the war,
Saddam moved quantities of biological and chemical weapons to Syria. When Syria
denies having such weapons, the administration starts massing troops on the Syrian border.
Rumsfeld warns Syria on military shipments
Rusmfeld also warned that armed supporters of Iran's government entering Iraq
would be considered enemy combatants if they interfere with U.S. forces there.
Thousands of Iraqis head home to fight
The men on the bus say they're returning to fight against the Americans.
I saw on television that civilians are defending Baghdad and other places,"
says Rashid El-Khalidi, 40. "It made me want to join them. I'm angry."
"It's the principle of the matter. I'm furious about foreigners invading our country,"
says Nasir Abdullah
Iraqis walk towards firing line, not away
Has anyone seen real numbers on the number of wounded U.S. Soldiers?
It's KIA/MIA/POW all over the internet.
More wounded US soldiers land in Germany, total number hits 94
Prognosis good for wounded
As many as 90 soldiers could be packed on a jumbo
military transport for the 12- to 15-hour evacuation.
Casualties, Expectations Might Collide
More than half of a contingent of 120 Marines were wounded Wednesday.
Fifteen of their Humvees and seven-ton trucks were destroyed.
How many losses can U.S. handle?
The number of wounded appears to be soaring.
Camp Lejeune, already rocked by 11 deaths, learns eight more missing in Iraq
US: Four Marines Missing
Two Marines Drowned in full gear
Fighting rages in Nasiriyah as marines try to secure the rear of U.S. advance
Two marines were killed after they were accidentally
run over by an American vehicle as they slept.
Dead British soldier's family accuse Blair of lying
Karbala battle rife with symbolic portent
Troops wonder what's taking so long
"I feel like the longer I'm out here, the less are my chances of staying alive,"
said U.S. Marine Lance-Corporal Michael Sanchez
Major Bernie Lindstrom, of 937 Engineer Group, said: "I always thought this thing would
end up taking six months or more. Let's think about what it means to take a regime -
what happens if Saddam just does an Osama Bin Laden and ends up in hiding somewhere?
Wounded U.S. Soldiers Shocked at Iraqi Resistance
Kerbala and Najaf Iraqi Shrine Cities on Frontline
U.S. Troops Grapple with Iraqi Militia in Nassiriya
"It's a big surprise. I don't think we expected so much resistance.
They're fighting hard and they're fighting dirty."
US admits '8,000 Iraqis captured' claim was false
U.S. troops clash with Iraqis near Najaf
U.S. lacks "overwhelming force"
U.S. forces lack the "overwhelming force" needed to wage warfare
in the streets of Baghdad, a British defence source says.
US Congress recommends fasting, prayer in wars on Iraq, terror
Lawmakers passed a resolution urging the president to set
aside a day of fasting and prayer for divine protection of
US troops in Iraq and a population threatened by terrorists.
Bill Number H.RES.153 for the 108th Congress
HRES 153 EH
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I often wonder how our Government is able to fuction with this congress.
Moore Film To Claim Ties Between Bush, Bin Laden Clans
"Fahrenheit 911," a documentary that will trace
the roots of terrorism against the United States.
Michael Moore to Tackle Bush/bin LadenTies in Next Doc
Moore tools up for another furor
Moore says speech didn't hurt his popularity
Hollywood's abuzz over Moore's anti-war harangue at the Oscars
Michael Moore speaks about his Oscar acceptance speech
Coalition Casualties, POWs, MIAs
U.S. totals 27 KIA, seven POWs, 16 MIA.
General: A Longer War Likely
"The enemy we're fighting is different from the one we'd war-gamed against,"
Enemy gunners on rooftops and balconies had apparently been alerted to the
approaching helicopters by dozens of cell phone calls made by a network of
observers, the sources said.
Inside the 'most intense' fight yet
"These cats are fighting hard," says Lt. Col. Terry Ferrell, the 3-7th's commander.
"By no means do they see that tank and run away. They see that tank and try to
shoot it with an AK-47."
400 Marines seek the source of one grenade
Bush's defense adviser quits in row over conflict of interest
Mr Perle, 61, nicknamed the Prince of Darkness, has long
been one of the leading hawks advising President Bush to
use military force to dislodge Saddam Hussein.
Hawk quits as Pentagon panel chief
Saddam far from beaten, says a veteran of conflict
Thursday, March 27, 2003
Nonlethal weapons use controversial
Military officials say both tear gas and pepper spray have been shipped to units in the Gulf,
and conditions for using them have been worked out with commanders in the region, perhaps
under a presidential waiver.
But under the U.N. Chemical Weapons Convention, signed by the United States in 1997,
"Each state party undertakes not to use riot-control agents as a method of warfare."
U.S. tear gas use in Iraq may violate weapons treaties
I assume people realize this war is grabbing my attention.
This isn't a War Blog, it's whatever I feel like sharing/discussing.
I will try add some of the regular random content when I can.
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Pentagon: 12 Marines missing, 14 wounded in fighting around Nasiriya - CNN.com
31 Marines hurt in Ďfriendly fireí
U.S. Marines mistakenly fired on one of their own units in southern Iraq,
wounding 31 Marines, two of them critically.
Wounded US soldiers recount attack on Nasiriya bridge
Wounded U.S. troops say resistance surprised them
US sending 120,000 more troops to war
U.S. Mongolian Diplomat Resigns Over Iraq
Ann Wright writes,
"I believe the administration's policies are making the world a more dangerous, not a safer, place,"
"This pre-emptive attack policy will ... provide justification for individuals and groups to
`pre-emptively attack' America and American citizens,"
War Could Last Months, Officers Say
Amid an obscure enemy, Marines suspect all
Marines have detained men wearing any black, even under other clothing, because
that is said to be the Fedayeen's preferred color. All civilians around An Nasiriyah are
suspect. Almost any man between boyhood and old age is a "military-age male"
subject to detention.
Pentagon Shuns Name 'Fedayeen' for Iraqi Irregulars
The Arabic term can be translated literally as "those who sacrifice themselves for a cause."
From Russia with blood: missile attack kills four Americans
In a surprise attack south of Najaf, Iraqis used a Russian-made
anti-tank missile to destroy a US tank, killing its four crew.
Bus attack a suicidal new tactic
Fighters believed to be from Saddam Hussein's Baath Party drove a bus,
the passengers still aboard, into a Bradley fighting vehicle.
He said the 7th Cavalry had lost two Abrams tanks to attacks by civilian fuel tankers.
"They are just running the trucks into the tanks and exploding them.
Analysts Say Threat Warnings Toned Down
CIA analysts believe these groups will fight to the end, whether Hussein is alive or not.
"This is about surviving for them," said one former senior Iraqi analyst
Path through Karbala could test Shiites
Some specialists say that if allied forces bomb Karbala, they will risk
Shiite support, which is critical to overcoming Hussein's regime.
Iraqis opt for delay as defense
"We've closed in on Baghdad in less than a week. We've experienced very
low casualties for an operation of this scope. While I'm not cheerleading
for the war, people need to put what's happened so far in perspective."
Still, Mr. PeŮa cautions that the "real war" will begin at Baghdad.
Why US getting a wary welcome
Iraqis Curse Troops Even as Aid Arrives
Rumsfeld Ďputting Allied lives at riskí
US military plan raises questions
It will be two or three weeks before the
Fourth Infantry Division will be ready in Kuwait.
One Shot, and War Becomes Real
Fierce battle for key town
Marines 'Contested Every Inch, Every Mile'
Photo - British Royal Marine Eric Walderman
Al-Jazeera Defends Coverage of Iraq War
"War has victims from both sides," said Al-Jazeera's editor-in-chief,
Ibrahim Hilal. "If you don't show both sides, you are not covering" the war.
Black Americans sceptical about war
A New York Times poll found that 82% of whites said the US should
take military action to force Saddam Hussein from power, but only
44% of blacks approved of the use of force.
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Wednesday, March 26, 2003
The U.S. Militatry and the TV news is reporting this is a false story.
Or at least they can't find them.
A column of as many as 1,000 vehicles of the Iraqi Republican Guard
is reportedly moving very close to the American units south of Baghdad.
Morocco offers monkeys to detonate mines
China readies for future U.S. fight
Human rights groups condemn Iraqi TV bombing
Saying it was a "civilian object and thus protected under international humanitarian law".
The Geneva convention states that attacks should be limited to "military objectives".
U.S. Troops Parachute Into Northern Iraq
U.S. CALL IN MORE TROOPS
General Tommy Franks had wanted double the 300,000 troops currently operating
in the Gulf as extra insurance in case the campaign dragged on.
But Rumsfeld, who regards his senior military staff as "old-fashioned and unimaginative",
refused. One military official said: "Rummie wanted `lean and mean'.
Tommy wanted to overwhelm them with numbers. Guess who the soldier is."
US raid 'may have caused deaths'
Iraq latest: At-a-glance
Q&A: Battle for Iraq
Eyewitness: Baghdad's shock and anger
2 Nobel Winners Arrested at White House War Protest
Mairead Corrigan Maguire, who won the prize in 1976 for peace activism
in the Northern Ireland conflict, and Jody Williams, a 1997 winner for
her work to ban land mines.
Police, protesters tape each other
Australia Anti-War Protest Turns Violent
In South Korea, police arrested 30 protesters who scaled
a wall at the U.S. Embassy and unfurled a banner reading ``Stop the war.''
Protesters attempt to storm UK Embassy
Protests Turn Violent in Australia and Spain
Demonstrators hurled chairs at police and pelted them
with golf balls during what was described as a pitched battle.
In Bordeaux, France, vandals poured gasoline and paint today over a replica of the Statue of Liberty.
Two killed in Sudan anti-war protests
Damascus protests are Mideast's largest yet
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Iraq says 14 civilians killed in attack
U.S. denies targetting Baghdad market
Fourteen dead in cruise missile attack
Navy alert to suicide attacks after speedboat bomb intercepted
Al Jazeera shows bodies, POWs, said to be British
TV claims POWs are Britons
America's Patriots may be infected with deadly glitch
"It's obviously a software glitch," one defence official said.
"Jets go fast, but there's no way they should be mistaking them for a Scud going supersonic."
Halliburton makes killing in Iraq war
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Russia: U.S. Trying to Destroy Iraq
Mexico Party Leader Slams Iraqi War, Calls Bush `Despot'
"The U.N. Security Council is a much safer guarantee than the opinion of an autocrat
and a despot like George Bush," National Action Sen. Federico Ling said from the podium.
"We must propose a demand for immediate withdrawal. They (U.S. forces) must withdraw from
a country that has been illegally invaded," Ling said. Mexico holds a rotating seat on
the Security Council, and takes over the rotating presidency of the body April 1.
"Very little could be expected from someone with as little legitimacy as George W. Bush.
Bush was not elected by the American people, he had to slide through on a legal loophole," said Ling
Iraqi elite troops on the move
A column of 1000 vehicles containing the elite Republican Guard
has been sent from Baghdad to battle with American troops in central Iraq.
Medina Division Poses Tough Test
Najaf fighting 'heaviest so far'
Allies destroy Iraqi Republican Guard force
3rd Infantry near Najaf in Fiercest Fighting So Far
"They're fighting fairly tenaciously," General Blount said.
"They're organized, and some of them are fairly well equipped."
Also two tanks and one Bradley fighting vehicle with the division's
3rd Regiment, 7th Cavalry Squadron were destroyed by anti-armored missiles.
Officers here believe the missile may be a new Russian variant, known as a Cornet.
Najaf itself ó one of the holiest sites in the Shiite branch of Islam
because it is the burial site of Ali, the cousin of the prophet Mohammed.
MacDonalds yet again. Seoul South Korea this time.
Depleted uranium shells propaganda target by Iraqis
Depleted uranium still haunts Balkans
Depleted uranium (DU) ammunition used by Nato in the mid-1990s in Bosnia-Herzegovina
is still polluting air and water there, the UN reports.
UN report confirms depleted uranium from weapons found in Bosnia
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I wouldn't want it in my backyard.
U.S. Hopes for No All-Out Baghdad Battle
U.S. counting on quick operation in Baghdad
Saddam gives key task to his 50,000 most trusted troops
Intelligence suggests Baghdad poses U.S. challenges
No chance Iraq will be another Stalingrad
A better analogy, but one that will not appeal to Tariq Aziz, would be with the battle
for Berlin in April 1945. That operation cost the Soviets 80,000 lives, but the Germans'
desperate defense was of no real strategic significance.
How fucking stupid, it may be a stalingrad. Hell, they are sneaking back in to Iraq to kill us.
I can't imagine we would tolerate losing even 5,000 soldiers. The thing is I haven't
heard a way for us to get into Baghdad. It sounds like we plan on waiting it out.
That whole 25-30%+ causality rate for city fighting will be unacceptable.
Expert predicts Baghdad bloodbath
BAGHDAD would probably become a bloodbath in a war that could drag on for months,
an Australian National University academic warned today. "This war is likely to last for
weeks, if not months.
How to Take Baghdad
If the Iraqis are as skillful as the Jordanians were in 1967 which seems unlikely
because the Jordanians at the time were the best soldiers in the Arab world
then coalition losses could rise to between 1,000 and 2,000 dead.
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Tuesday, March 25, 2003
I saw this on TV, I though I heard the story wrong, I guess I didn't.
Exiles head home to fight 'invaders'
4600 Iraqis Heading Home To Fight Invasion
Thousands of Iraqi exiles have been returning home over the past week from Jordan,
with many insisting they want to defend their country against US and British "invaders."
Rumsfeld says odds of Iraqi chemical attack may increase as U.S. forces approach Baghdad
Despite bombs and missiles, Iraqi TV continues to broadcast propaganda
Iraqi TV off air after being hit in air raids on Baghdad
We have sex with each other three times a day, say Tatu - via Attu
Tatu to play Wembley
Tatu say they have sex three times a day
"Maybe we've had four or fivesomes, it's our secret.
After gigs we like taking a couple of sexy girls to our hotel room."
Scientists conclude session at radio telescope searching for life in space
Search for ETs Focuses on 150 "Promising" Signals
IRAQI TV U.S. POW Footage / Rebroadcast on Al Jazeera
We're not making fun of them. We're showing the US and the rest of the world
EXACTLY what happened to them. Not some pussyfied, water-down, reeking of
propaganda version that's on CNN. We're not sterilizing and cleaning up
the event. We're showing exactly how fucked up war is.
Video 1 - Video 2
Black Hawk, Apache helicopters missing in Iraqi sandstorm
British to Fight Militia Forces in Basra
U.S. says no plans to besiege Basra
Fighting intensifies around Basra
U.S. Marines in Heavy Fighting in Nassiriya
Iraq war could last another month
War becomes bloodier and less certain
Saddam's bunkers "impossible" to destroy
F-16 Fires On Patriot Missile Battery In Friendly Fire Incident
'Friendly Fire': US Jet Hits Patriot Battery
U.S. 'disappointed' in Canada's stance on war: ambassador
Casualties grow as troops head north
On Tuesday, a Navy corpsman was killed near Nasiriyah,
putting the total number of confirmed U.S. casualties at 18.
The official total of dead and missing British troops,
including non-combat deaths, rose to 20.
POW rights denied 'on both sides'
Army post worries about POWs
Turkey Plans to Move Troops Into N. Iraq
U.S. struggles to keep Turkey from Iraq
Why Are We Fighting in Southern Iraq?
Some Strategic Disadvantages for America in the War on Iraq
'War may turn Saddam into martyr'
Boycott of American goods over Iraq war gains pace
Arab Foreign Ministers call for US withdrawal
Bin Ladenís victory
Ex-army chief warns of Baghdad risks
The U.S.-led force in Iraq risks as many as 3,000 casualties in the battle for Baghdad
and Washington has underestimated the number of troops needed, retired U.S. Army
General Barry McCaffrey told BBC's "Newsnight" late on March 24, 2003.
McCaffrey said Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld had misjudged the nature of the conflict.
Asked if Rumsfeld made a mistake by not sending more troops to start the offensive,
McCaffrey replied: "Yes, sure. I think everybody told him that".
19-Year Old Female Soldier Missing
Jessica Lynch photo, is one of several missing soldiers Photo 2
11 confirmed KIA, 14 confirmed MIA in Iraq
U.S. Central Command also acknowledged at least another
10 Marines killed in action near Nasiriyah Sunday.
Two Marines killed in Iraq accidents - Pentagon
One U.S. defense official said the Pentagon had confirmed
the deaths of six U.S. troops in hostile situations in Iraq,
and five deaths in non-hostile situations.
Guerrilla tactics vs. US war plan
Casualties mount for US as fedayeen fighters
mix among civilians and gird for urban warfare.
Ground Fire Repels Copter Assault
Pilots said they were forced to abandon most of their targets because of a
curtain of fire that rose from streets, roofs and backyards, hitting nearly
all their aircraft.
"In Desert Storm, we didn't have a firefight like this." pilot Bob Duffney
Questions Raised About Invasion Force
Some Ex-Gulf War Commanders Say U.S. Needs More Troops, Another Armored Division
U.S. Forces Push Closer to Baghdad As Iraqi Resistance Proves Persistent
Key to Baghdad: How Hard Will Republic Guard Fight?
The Goal Is Baghdad, but at What Cost?
Thirty of 32 Apache helicopters were struck by small-arms fire.
The Apaches destroyed only 10 to 15 Iraqi armored vehicles.
American military commanders say they are rethinking their
helicopter tactics as a result of the events of the past 24 hours.
Monday, March 24, 2003
Officials say the Iraqis have drawn a red line on the map around
Baghdad, and once American troops cross it, the Republican guards
are authorized to use chemical weapons.
Sounds about right. Gonna be a bloody battle.
This wasn't going to be a big post, but alot was said and alot of people are searching for it.
Michael Moore booed as he slams Iraq war at Oscars
Moore adds fireworks to dull Oscars
Moore Follows Oscar Win With More Comments Backstage
"We like non-fiction," Moore said of documentary-makers, "and we live in fictitious times.
We live in a time when we have fictitious election results that elect a fictitious president."
About this point, the boos started to drown out the cheers. Moore continued:
"We live in a time where we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons,
whether it's the fictition of duct tape or the fictition of orange alerts.
We are against this war, Mr. Bush! (Cue orchestra.)
Shame on you, Mr. Bush, shame on you!
And any time you've got the pope and the Dixie Chicks against you, your time is up."
Asked backstage why he made the remarks, Moore answered: "I'm an American."
"Is that all?" a reporter asked.
"Oh, that's a lot," Moore responded.
"I am an American, and you don't leave your citizenship when you enter the doors
of the Kodak Theatre. What's great about this country is you're able to speak your
mind, and that's what I do," Moore insists. "I don't stop being who I am when I
come into this ceremony."
He said the Iraqi conflict sends a negative image to the nation's youth.
"What was the lesson that we taught children of Columbine this week? ...
That violence is an acceptable means to resolve a conflict," Moore said backstage.
Moore dismissed the jeers, telling reporters: "Don't report that there was
split decision in the hall because five loud people booed."
"I say tonight I put America in a good light," he said praising the decision
to push ahead with the Oscars despite the war raging in the Middle East.
"I showed how vital it is to have free speech in our country and all Americans
have the right to stand up for what they believe in," he said
Moore said he saw "the entire place stand up and applaud." Moore said "five loud people booed,"
whom he joked were his family and friends. He said he asked them to boo because "Hollywood
has such a bad rap of being monolithic in their politics, like they're all a bunch of left-wing
Democrats out here."
The DOW is down 303.72 points right now at 1:45 EST
Fighting Continues in Nasiriya, Nicknamed 'Ambush Alley'
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US claims 'rapid' war progress
Blair warns of 'difficult days ahead'
Iraq claims to have taken two allied pilots prisoner
Two british soldiers missing in Iraq
YellowTimes.org - Pictures of U.S. POWs in Iraq -- Censored
The pictures of U.S. POWs and Iraqi civilian casualties
has been censored by our hosting provider.
Our site was shut down for an hour until we removed the pictures.
We also can no longer provide a link to the pictures,
otherwise our site will be shut down.
Whois.Net - yellowtimes.org
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That is total bullshit, censoring the TV and now Websites.
These are links I have to those photos.
Random Abstract - 03/23/2003: "graphic war photos"
US: Apache helicopter down
Iraqi television shows downed US helicopter
Iraqi trap kills 9 Marines
WTF? Some kinda hacker joke?
Sunday, March 23, 2003
BBC aired live video of President Bush getting his hair coiffed
The Smoking Gun: Archive
'Liberated' Iraqis Question U.S. Motives
Rather than affection and appreciation, I saw a lot of hostility toward
the coalition forces, the United States and President Bush.
Why are you here in this country? Are you trying to take over?
Are you going to take our country forever? Are the Israelis coming next?
Are you here to steal our oil? When are you going to get out?
That was quick
Thousands March in Manhattan Against War
I was talking to my folks and I guess even my grandfather marched.
Iraqis 'without power and water'
Basra faces water supply crisis
A humanitarian disaster is looming in Iraq's southern city of Basra, the Red Cross has warned.
Basra has a population of about 1.5 million and is the second largest city of Iraq.
Basra diehards keep allies at bay
There has been speculation that the diehards may be foreign mujahideen fighters
who have travelled to Iraq to seek martyrdom by taking on the Americans.
War is a graphic and disturbing thing. The fact that people want to block
us from seeing it is sad in itself. War is a serious thing with serious results.
If we are grown up enough to go to war, we should be able to see the results.
Aljazeera - U.S. Soldiers POWs and KIAs
Yahoo! Noticias - Irak Muestra Soldados De Eeuu Muertos Y Capturados
Yahoo! News - Top Stories
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Very Graphic Civilian Casulities - Aljazeera
And That Disturbing Photo Again
Five U.S. Troops Captured in Iraq
Iraqi TV Shows What Is Claims Is Body Of U.S. Soldier
US 'outraged' over TV shots of captured soldiers
Iraq Shows Dead and Captured U.S. Soldiers
Sunday of at least four bodies, said to be U.S. soldiers, and five prisoners.
Two of the prisoners, including a woman, appeared to be wounded.
Powerful and Disturbing Photo
TV reporter 'believed to be dead'
Demoustier said Lloyd was his passenger in one car when
their convoy was hit by "friendly fire" from coalition forces.
Iraq Deliberately Allowing Advance on Baghdad, says Official
BBC NEWS | RAF aircraft 'hit by US missile'
It is thought the plane was brought down by a US Patriot anti-missile system
stationed in the Gulf to protect Kuwait and coalition forces stationed there.
Very disturbing stuff. I am going to bed.
Anti-war protest arrests continue in U.S.
Tens of thousnds protest war in NYC
250,000 anti-war protesters have marched in London
In Barcelona, between 500,000 and 750,000 people protested
against the war, 250,000 people marched through central Madrid
U.S. flags burned as thousands across Canada protest war in Iraq
Thousands across Canada protest war in Iraq
No Sign of Iraq Bio-Weapons Yet
U.S. Soldier Held for Another's Death in Grenade Attack
One soldier from the 101st Airborne Division was killed and 13 were wounded this morning
when two hand grenades were thrown into the 1st Brigade tactical operations center at
Camp Pennsylvania in central Kuwait, U.S. Army officials said.
Among those lightly wounded but not evacuated was the Brigade Commander, Col. Ben Hodges.
He was reportedly injured in the arm by grenade shrapnel which ruined his desert camouflage uniform.
CNN is covering this, they said the commander was the target and this solider is possibly
of arab descent was left behind for certain reasons. Disgruntled.
Friday, March 21, 2003
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As everyone focuses in on video of bombs exploding, other things are still happening.
Hamas Urges Iraqi Suicide Attacks on US-Led Forces
Turkey fails to open airspace
US gets overfly rights, but fears Turk invasion in N. Iraq
Turkey plans to send troops into Iraq
Protests at Turkish mobilisation
Turkish troops in northern Iraq, papers say
Four killed in anti-war protests in Yemen
A crowd, estimated at 5,000 protestors, chanted anti-American slogans, called
for jihad (holy war) against Americans and for Arab oil to be used as a weapon.
Thousands of Palestinians march in support of Saddam
Anti-U.S. protests rock Islamic world capitals
Deaths as anti-war protests spread
Indonesian anti-war protests gain momentum
Antiwar Protests Span World; Hundreds Arrested in U.S.
1000 arrested as anti-war protests flare in US
Soldier's mother: 'They got away with four murders'
Friendly fire probe recommends against court-martialling U.S. pilots
A board of inquiry had recommended that Schmidt and Umbach
be court-martialled for manslaughter and aggravated assault.
Actors planning quiet war protest at Oscars
Actor Will Smith announced he won't participate in the show now that the war in Iraq has started.
Will Smith And Others Pull Out Of Oscars
Cate Blanchett--originally slated to be a presenter--has now decided to stay in Mexico,
where she's filming a new movie. Best-actress favorite Renee Zellweger has already
pulled out of her scheduled performance and is reportedly considering not attending at all.
Kidman may drop out of Oscars
Moore's 'Columbine' Favored for Documentary Oscar
Michael Moore says he will definitely make the ceremony.
"The worst thing they can do is announce that I have won because I don't
think they want me up there on that stage," Moore told Cowan.
"Not this week. Not in this country. Not during a coup."
Oh my god! They Killed Ronald!
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Thursday, March 20, 2003
If I do build a new system I have found the parts =)
Gigabyte GA-7VAXP Ultra $130.00
AMD Athlon XP 2200+ $103.00
Oh yeah a Raidmax Green Case too
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Six missiles fired on Kuwait
officers said the missile appeared to be an Al Samoud 2
Iraq fires Scud toward U.S. troops in Kuwait, American military says
Arabs Angry Over U.S. Attack on Iraq
War draws condemnation
Reaction to attack is swift, mixed
In a first act of Terrorism, Ronald has been kidnapped at gunpoint.
Wednesday, March 19, 2003
Senate Rejects Alaska Oil Drilling Bill
52 VOTES AGAINST DRILLING IN ANWR
48 VOTES IN FAVOR OF DRILLING IN ANWR Akaka
Both Replubican Maine Senators voted against ANWR Drilling
Collins (R-ME) Snowe (R-ME)
US Senate vote on Arctic drilling detailed
Canada cheers demise of U.S. Arctic drilling plan
Phone bugs found in EU offices
Telephone bugs have been found in EU offices used by the British, French and German
delegations, it was revealed today. Three more, so far unidentified, delegations have
also been the victims of wire-tapping.
The discovery comes two weeks after the Observer revealed that the US had been
bugging security council members Angola, Cameroon, Chile, Bulgaria, Guinea and Pakistan.
Wiretapping Found at French, German, UK EU Offices
The wiretapping devices, found in a routine security sweep on February 28, were attached
to phone lines to delegation suites used regularly by national leaders, ministers and senior
officials attending EU meetings.
The countries targeted were France, Germany, Britain, Italy, Spain and Austria, the officials said.
I would like to apologize to French, we may seem like a bunch of fucking morons.
And after seeing this site Maybe we are.
We might as well give ourselves back to the Enlgish while we are at it.
Like my brother said, when they ask him when he is overseas.
No, I am from Canada.
I know there is always the Switch to Canada option.
Gov't Prepares Americans for Casualties
Chemical attack will be met with 'dramatic response'
Iraqi troops will be armed with nerve gas
Saddam issues chemical weapon order, claims US
Chemical risk 'high'
He is still at it. God bless those crazier nut jobs.
Tobacco farmer, upset over subsidies, in standoff
Paralyzing the Capital
Irate Farmer Moves Tractor
D.C. Tractor Standoff Raises Questions
HK doctors 'identify killer disease'
It's a virus from the paramyxoviridae family, which are responsible
for conditions such as mumps and measles.
BRETZEL FOR BUSH via The G Spot
French encouraged to send Bush pretzels
How to block MS Internet Explorer from your site
Office Space Soundboard
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This dark humor site for those not easliy offended by poor grammar.
Fat Chicks in Party Hats
Tuesday, March 18, 2003
Daschle says Bush has failed `miserably'' in diplomacy, forcing America to war
"I'm saddened, saddened that this president failed so
miserably at diplomacy that we're now forced to war,"
Daschle under fire for Iraq comments
Daschle said he was "saddened that we have to give up one life because this
president couldnít create the kind of diplomatic effort that was so critical for our country.Ē
I think he is just speaking out of fustration, its like we went through the motions but screwed
it up everytime we could. We gonna make em show us their cards. We were asked to muzzle
Rumsfeld. I myself blame Rumsfeld andn Cheney for for alot of it, Bush for screwing up relations
with everyone before all this. Kyoto treaty, World Court, Steel Tariffs, Wasting all that 9/11 unity.
White House, Republicans Blast Daschle War Comment
"Is Tom Daschle the official Democrat hatchet man or just a taxpayer-funded pundit?"
replied House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, a Texas Republican.
Delay is the Fucking Super Hatchet Man. Evil little scary man.
Those crazy Brits are having way too much fun in Kuwait.
Word is made flesh as God reveals himself... as a fish
'It said "Tzaruch shemirah" and "Hasof bah",' he told the New York Times, 'which
essentially means that everyone needs to account for themselves because the end is near.'
Fish Talks, Town Buzzes
Talking fish story scores with believers
A Jewish fish story to top all
MoveOn.org: Democracy in Action
Global Candlelight Vigil for Peace: Sunday, March 16 -- 7:00 PM
Michael Moore.com : Mike's Words : Mike's Messages
A Letter from Michael Moore to George W. Bush on the Eve of War
Vote To Impeach Bush
Two more British ministers resign over Iraq
ei: Photo story: Israeli bulldozer driver murders American peace activist
The U.S. is almost alone in its war on Iraq
Google Search: blow job in the desert
Recherche Google: Bush is an ass France
Google Search: iraq and crashed ufo
Google Search: extraterrestrial iraq war
Monday, March 17, 2003
Senior British MP resigns over war stance.
Robin Cook was Mr Blair's first foreign secretary and more recently the leader
of the House of Commons. "I cannot accept collective responsibility for the
decision to commit Britain now to military action in Iraq without international
agreement or domestic support".
PM: Canada won't join U.S. forces
"If military action proceeds without a new resolution of the security council, Canada
will not participate," Chrťtien said to loud applause in the House of Commons.
Russia Says War in Iraq a Mistake and Illegal
"It's time for people to show their cards and let people know where they
stand in relation to Saddam," Bush said at a prime-time news conference.
Bush demanded a vote on the draft resolution regardless of the outcome,
challenging Security Council members to ''show their cards'' immediately.
Shortly thereafter, Bush administration officials reversed course, agreeing
to postpone or cancel the vote if it appeared it would not pass.
''I was the guy that said they ought to vote. And one country voted.
They showed their cards, I believe. It's an old Texas expression,
`Show your cards,' when you're playing poker,'' Bush said.
''France showed their cards.''
Well I guess we walked out of the card game when we knew that
we weren't going to win. We showed them.
Doing some Log Research
Google Search: Fuck you freedom fries
Google-Suche: fuck the french freedom fries
Google Search: US congress freedom fries
Yahoo! Search Results for Tommy Franks and church
Yahoo! Search Results for United My Ass
Google Search: Opinion Freedom Fries
Central Command seems interested in the Abiabil 100/ Al-Samoud Missiles
A visitor from kilauea-pri.centcom.mil (126.96.36.199)
arrived from www.google.com ababil 100 1-10,
Google Search: ababil 100
A visitor from cache.kuwait.army.mil (188.8.131.52)
arrived from www.google.com ababil 100 1-10,
Google Search: ababil 100
Ababil-100 / Al-Samoud - Iraq Special Weapons
American peace activist killed in Rafah, Israel
Of course its news because its an American. People get crushed everyday
by bulldozers just like people everyday get blown up by bombers.
American peace activist killed by army bulldozer in Rafah
Qaeda recruiting drive draws on Iraq crisis
It's great to live in a country were your not prosicuted for saying your beliefs.
Stations Boycott Dixie Chicks Over Remark
Home Not So Sweet to Dixie Chicks
Rebels claim 160 MPs will defy party
Blair Party Members Threaten New Revolt
Sunday, March 16, 2003
It should be a fun week. The U.N. vote, or lack of vote. War just days away.
Most seem to think its going to be an easy win. Lets just say Maybe, but
what about the mess afterward?
Iraq has 20-24 Million people in the entire country. Baghdad alone has 4-5 million people,
thats alot more than most people would guess. They may all greet us with open arms
for freeing them, but how long will that last? Supposedly several thousand volunteers
have entered Iraq to help defend against infidels. The Turks will probably go into Northern
Iraq and squash the Kurds. They only have about 50-75,000 troops. The Shia militias
have several thousand troops trained in Iran in the north of Iraq. The Shia are the
majority but have been treated rather poorly by the Saddam's Sunni Bath Party.
Lets not forget the thousands slaughtered when they rose up against Saddam
when George's daddy told them to.
I picture it all happening like Tito died in Yugoslavia meets Lebanon.
This will be our mess for 2 years? 5 year? 10+ years?
Friday, March 14, 2003
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I suppose I should get ambitious and do some kinda RSS feed.
Voidstar - RSS FAQ
GM hacks site: RSS Syndication
Moving WebWord > Greymatter, RSS, and Syndication
RSS and Weblog Software Links
No! No! You have got to be fucking kidding me.
Bill in Congress Targets U.S. Troops Buried in France
A Florida (REPUBLICAN) congresswoman has proposed that the government pay for families
who might want to bring home from France the remains of Americans who fought and died
in the world wars.
Congresswoman Virginia Brown-Waite
Fifth District of Florida - Home Page
A Slap at France, Brown-Waite's Bill Would Bring the Boys Home
Governor Bush Says Local US Representative Went Too Far
Dixie Chicks Explain Anti-Bush Comment
"Just so you know, we're ashamed the President of the United States is from Texas." - Natalie Maines
"I feel the President is ignoring the opinions of many in the U.S. and alienating the rest of the world.
My comments were made in frustration and one of the privileges of being an American is you are free
to voice your own point of view."
We were talking about black humor websites. I found one awhile ago retards
are cool.com or something like that. Very twisted humor, anyway the site is
gone, it looks like the cafepress stoe is there instead.
The Truest Facts removed
stupidbabies - Very funny!
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Thursday, March 13, 2003
Saddam Could Launch First Strike
U.S. officials fear that once President Bush signals the U.S. is headed to war,
Saddam Hussein will strike pre-emptively, administration sources told
But if the United States takes action to stop an Iraqi first strike, especially if they try to
seize and protect the oil fields, U.S. officials admit they may end up starting the war itself.
So We preempt our preemptive war to protect our troops we put in harms way.
US Moving Warships from Mediterranean to Gulf Area
US planes 'using Saudi bases'
UN border monitors withdrawn
Franks arrives at HQ; he may stay awhile
Heat gets worse as U.S. troops wait
Dust storms, US military's nightmare in Kuwait
Sand, wind causing potentially serious problems to US military,
making it high risk for helicopters to fly.
Kuwait Storm Shows Dust Could Hamper U.S. Attack
U.N. Rift Over Iraq May Bring War Closer
A Reuters poll of 10 British-based defense experts showed all expect war this month.
"They are going to do it next week. The (U.S.) president has made far too many
speeches and he's backed himself into a corner. He can't not do it,"
In Kuwait, likely to be the main attack launchpad, a five-hour gale whipped up a
fierce dust storm, giving U.S. marines a warning of the obstacles they may face.
Troops at one camp were sent out in pairs to find their way around in the storm
which left portable toilets scattered over the camp.
China firmly opposes second resolution on Iraq
France, Russia will oppose; Pakistan to abstain
Russia Says It Will Vote Against U.S.-Backed Resolution on Iraq
Britain furious at 'extraordinary' French statement
U.S. May Be Making Headway With 3 Nations at the United Nations
U.S. Says It Gains Votes for Iraq Deal
France, Germany, Iraq dismiss British compromise
I just started playing CNC Generals tonight. It's alot of fun, although its not much of the
original CNC. Playing as the terrorists is also kind of odd. I have played almost all of those
games except the original Dune version. Great way to waste alot of time and stay up late.
I am running dual 17 inch monitors at home now.
There are way to many cards in my machine now.
Geforce2 TI, Avermedia TV Studio, ATI All in Wonder Pro (PCI), MX300 Sound Card.
Alot of the ATI stuff registered, I doubt I can run captures on both cards but I might
try it. 2 TV cards at once would be pretty funny.
Wednesday, March 12, 2003
BBC NEWS | With friends like Rumsfeld...
Rumsfeld casts doubt on Britain's role
Rumsfeld Won't Count Out Solo Iraq Action
Britain Brushes Off Rumsfeld 'Go It Alone' Comment
Hoon defends government after Rumsfeld comments
I guess that Muzzle Comment did work.
Saddam Not Totally Outgunned in Iraq War
Almost like a things to do list...
Attack Israel, Tactical Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons,
WMD Terror and Sabotage, Conventional Oil Interruptions,
Burning Iraq's Oil Fields/Destroying Key Facilities, Floods and the Dams
Supporting soldiers doesn't have to mean going to war
Where In The World Is Iraq?
A National Geographic survey of nearly 3,000 young adults
between the ages of 18 and 24 finds that 87 percent of them
can't find Iraq on a map.
Delta Force Black Hawk Down goes Gold
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Google Directory - Blue Rodeo
SETI@home identifies candidate radio signals for second look
Wired News: Alien Life Search Inches Forward
SETI to target most tantalising radio transmissions
Astronomers searching for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence are about to zoom
in on 150 of the more tantalising radio transmissions that have reached Earth.
Study: Hugging warms the heart, and also may protect it
McDonald's to Offer Wireless Internet
Ebola Kills 100 in Congo, Wipes Out Gorillas
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Tuesday, March 11, 2003
Thoughts on things.
Second US diplomat John H. Brown quits over Iraq policy
"I am joining my colleague John Brady Kiesling in submitting
my resignation from the Foreign Service - effective immediately -
because I cannot in good conscience support President Bush's war
plans against Iraq," he said.
"Throughout the globe the United States is becoming associated with
the unjustified use of force," Brown said in the letter, a copy of
which he sent to AFP.
"The president's disregard for views in other nations, borne out by
his neglect of public diplomacy, is giving birth to an anti-American
century," he said.
"I joined the Foreign Service because I love our country," Brown said.
"Respectfully, Mr Secretary, I am now bringing this calling to a close,
with a heavy heart but for the same reason that I embraced it."
1st Diplomats Letter - John Brady Kiesling Letter
Bush Sr warning over unilateral action
The former Presidentís comments reflect unease among the Bush family and its entourage
at the way that George W. Bush is ignoring international opinion and overriding the institutions
that his father sought to uphold.
British Secretary survives Iraq outburst
A day after describing Tony Blair's conduct of the threatened war on Iraq as "reckless"
with regard to himself, the Labour Party and Britain, Overseas Development Secretary
Clare Short, was still a member of his Government.
Top Australian intelligence adviser quits over war stance
"dumb and not worth the risk". "Going to war against Iraq, invading Iraq,
is exactly the course of action most likely to cause Saddam to lash out
recklessly, to use weapons of mass destruction, and maybe even play
the terrorism card," Andrew Wilkie said.
"It's bad policy, dumb policy, if only because all of the other options
have not yet been exhausted," he said.
Facing almost certain defeat, U.S. and Britain delay vote on Iraq
US, Britain forced to retreat on UN vote
Britain Offers New Plan on Threatening Iraq
French Fries Get New Name in Congress
Get the fuck back to work and do something.
Where is the money for the States and Homeland Security?
Britons See Bush as Bigger Threat Than Saddam
Blair faces new revolt rumours
Iraqi press goads US
A quick invasion unlikely as Iraq prepares its defences
An American Apology To The World
Japanese Anti-War Photo Special
via Geisha asobi
Sony Denies 2003 PS3 Launch
Microsoft's big PC Gaming plans
NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Ultra First Look
video game high scores
I was pretty proud of my 300,000 on Garibaldi.
The fact they have sites like that amazes me.
Twin Galaxies SSX Tricky Contest
SSX Tricky: a snowboarder reflects
GOP Leader Challenges Bush Statements
House Republicans Sensitive to Criticism They Underfunded Homeland Security
Allies plan to spare Iraqi army units that refuse to fight
Special Forces plan for 'different' war
British doctors in short supply for battle casualties
Iraqi Kurds gear up for possible chemical attack
Iraqi Kurds see swift surrender of Saddam's army
Some in military will risk jail before going to Iraq
National Guard reservist Bryan Alarcon said "no" when his sergeant called looking
for volunteers to go to Turkey as part of the U.S. military ramp-up to war.
During the 1991 Gulf War, about 500 enlisted men and women filed for
conscientious-objector status and about 61 percent were approved.
Monday, March 10, 2003
Delays hit Halo game sequel
Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball
Hynix muscles into FeRAM market
Man turns Apple G4 Cube into X86 Linux box
Found my next upgrade for my Geforce 2 TI
Nvidia finally launches decent low end card
Nvidia GeForce FX 5200
Russian minister vows Iraq veto
U.S. Says Russia Veto Would Be Letdown as Vote Pressure Mounts
Pakistan to Abstain in U.N. Iraq Vote
Mexico's Fox clings to neutrality on Iraq vote
No need for war, Chretien asserts
Annan Warns Against Iraq War Without U.N.
Tory whip quits over Iraq concerns
Howard slammed over Bali-Iraq link
How come the President can get away with mentioning
9/11 over twelve times at the news conference?
Some Evidence on Iraq Called Fake
U.S. Sees Signs Iraq Has Explosives at Oil Fields
Graffitti war debate in US camps
"Is war the answer or could peace be the answer?"
"You volunteered so suck it up." "I don't want your war"
Soldiers Not Uniform on War
At Kuwait camp, high winds complicate war preparations
For Now, the Windblown Airborne Is Grounded
Sheryl Crow Paradise
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Saw them on Jimmy.
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Wife and Boy addicted to SSX Tricky.
Lots of famliy video gaming fun for everyone.
Sunday, March 9, 2003
U.S. relied on forged reports: Inspectors
Blair faces wave of resignations as ministerial aides issue ultimatum
Praying for Peace
Bishop Melvin G. Talbert: Itís clear to us that he is not following the teachings
of his own church or the teachings of churches that believe in a ďjust warĒ theory.
He is following a clear ideology that is not a part of any particular church that
I know of. Itís an ideology of control that we find ourselves totally in opposition to.
Bishop Talbert is the chief ecumenical of the United Methodist Church (Bush's Church)
GCHQ arrest over Observer spying report
An employee at the top-secret Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)
has been arrested following revelations in The Observer last weekend about an
American 'dirty tricks' surveillance operation to win votes at the United Nations
in favour of a tough new resolution on Iraq.
Large Groups Barred From Protesting Near White House
Split in UN Security Council widens
Blix report deepens UN rift
China Reiterates Opposition to New Resolution on Iraq
Russia baulks at UN resolution
Votes, vetoes and going it alone - what options are still open?
View from ground: Swift triumph unlikely
Saddam street fighters will be no match for Allies' elite
Terror Threat Vs. U.S. In Iraq?
Moscow warns US on Iraq strike
Russia has warned Washington that it would be violating the
United Nations Charter if it attacked Iraq without a UN mandate.
NY City Council to vote on toned-down antiwar resolution
Saturday, March 8, 2003
Russia says 'nyet' to new UN resolution
"Russia is determined to do everthing to not let pass this resolution,"
France Vows to Bar UN OK for Force Against Iraq
Belgian foreign minister claims France has 'saved' Europe's honor
Europe's moderates 'still opposed to war'
War in Iraq May Bring New Cold War to Europe, East Asia
How the battle will be waged
Officials also worry that Saddam and his most loyal forces might
hunker down in Baghdad, forcing allied troops to root them out
in a perilous building-to-building fight.
Coalition Aircraft Strike Iraqi Mobile Radar System
Iraqi drone 'could drop chemicals on troops'
Revolutionary Guard dig in around Baghdad
The ring around Saddam
Golden Division' of the Special Republican Guard 15,000 strong
Republican Guard - Saddam's elite 80,000-man corps
The conscript army of 350,000, a poorly trained and armed
A volunteer of fiercely loyal militia of as many as 35,000
men formed in 1995 by Saddam's second son, Uday Hussein.
Hussein's Likely Plan: Make a Stand in Baghdad
The road from Basra to Baghdad, Highway 8, has nearly 60 bridges.
Iraqi forces to abandon desert for defence of Baghdad
Inside Saddam's military elite
Question: How strong is the Iraqi army?
Friday, March 7, 2003
Europe opens its deep space link
Radar reveals traces of killer crater
The 65 million-year-old crater that killed the dinosaurs
PDAGeek: PDA Horror Stories Main Page
The star of David Ninja Shuriken via SE
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Top 50 Science Fiction Books
Attack could be launched within days, Bush told
Awaiting invaders, a city gathers guns and sandbags
Hussein, in Rallying His Military, Also Shows Iraqis a Defiant Face
U.S. Has Plan if Hussein Makes Stand in Baghdad
Franks Cleared of Most Charges in Pentagon Probe
They said the only pending issue was whether Franks' wife had been
allowed to hear classified information she was not cleared to receive.
Bush moves to rally support as opposition grows
New polls showed that 50 per cent of Americans no longer trust Mr Bush
on Iraq and 62 per cent said that war should only be waged with UN backing.
Suspect Warns of Attacks on U.S. Forces in Gulf, Officials Say
Bush decided on war: poll
TWO-thirds of Americans believe President George W Bush has already decided
Six in 10 said they wanted to see the United States wait until they had the
support of allies, and about the same number wanted the US to take allies' views into account.
Democrats Lambaste Bush on Iraq
Fuck you Democrats, you gave him a blank check months ago
Thursday, March 6, 2003
The Chinese join anti-war campaign
The Chinese joined the French, Russians and Germans efforts to kill
the resolution put forward by the United States, Britain and Spain.
"The Chinese side still supports using political means to resolve the Iraq issue,"
The Smoking Gun Police Report on the 61 year old that was arrested for trespassing
for wearing a Peace T-shirt he made at the Mall.
Peace Sells... But Not At The Mall (With Apologies To Megadeth)
Crossgates Mall drops trespass charge for anti-war T-shirt
I was goofing around with my digital camera.
Sony chip could transform video-game industry
PS 3 will be able to process a trillion math operations per second
the equivalent of 100 Intel Pentium 4 chips and 1,000 times faster
than processing power of the PS 2.
Net speed record smashed
Transferring 6.7 gigabytes of data across 10,978 kilometres in under 60 seconds.
Toshiba makes fuel cell breakthrough for notebook PCs
Radeon 9800 Pro arrives with its bigger clock
Blitz of Radeon 9800 Pro reviews hit the web
Guns & Talks
I bid on this Korean action movie on Ebay a few days ago.
I just got it this afternoon in the mail, looks intresting .
[KFCC] Guns & Talks Review
Guns & Talks
Movie Review : Guns and Talks
Catholics Debating: Back President or Pope on Iraq?
Religious leaders are split over Bush's war policy
Dialogue on war and faith
Religious leaders divided on need for war
Pastors search for God's place in war
Diverse Denominations Oppose the Call to Arms
War, peace collide in sermons
Bush's expressions of faith enter war debate
Bush's faith out front as war nears
'What would Jesus do?'
War Means High Risk for Bush
Colin Powell Should Make an Honorable Exit
Veteran US Diplomat Resigns in Protest Over Bush Iraq Policy
Circulars: U.S. Diplomat John Brady Kiesling: Letter of Resignation
Sarah Silverman has been guest hosting with Jimmy this week.
How come nobody let me know?
Sarah is Magic!
I Love Sarah Silverman!
U.S. Won't Bomb Iraq Bio Weapons
What if we do hit something chem/bio by accident? Say in Baghdad?
Toxic gas, drugs in Bush arsenal
The United States is preparing to use the toxic riot-control agents CS gas and
pepper spray in Iraq in contravention of the Chemical Weapons Convention.
"Calmative" gases, similar to the one that killed 120 hostages in the Moscow
theatre siege last year, could also be used.
US could bring fog of war to Iraq's skies
Security insiders believe GPS services will probably be "degraded" if war starts
to stop hostile forces using them. Of course, jamming is a two-edged sword.
Iraq reportedly has Russian-made transmitters that could jam military GPS by
emitting more powerful signals on the same frequencies. But the US Air Force
says it is not too worried.
Officials deny knowledge of new weapon
US 'E-bomb' set to destroy Iraqi communications
Hi-tech weapons may help - or hinder - US war effort
We know our GPS systems are vulnerable to jamming because we've
jammed them ourselves with disturbing ease," said Hewson of Jane's.
Analysts say it's also possible Iraq got a similar Czech-made system
called Tamara. In 1999, Czech intelligence officials claimed a Tamara
system allegedly obtained by Yugoslavia was responsible for unmasking
an F-117 shot down over Serbia.
Pentagon could debut new weapons in Iraq
Mini-nukes are too risky, experts say
JDAM the Torpedoes - The weapons and tactics we will use in Iraq.
Gulf War II promises new weapons, technology
Wednesday, March 5, 2003
Naughty - Schoolgirls via Attu
Naked Jogger in N.Y. Continues Streak
Lawyer Arrested for Wearing a 'Peace' T-Shirt
Enraged Computer Owner Shoots Up Machine
Anti-war protesters pile dung outside Labour HQ
Woman Offers Bush Crucifixion-For-Peace Deal
France, Russia will 'not allow' war resolution
War with Iraq will hit nationís wallet hard
The price of a barrel of oil, currently about $37, could top $70 by
some estimates making the price of gasoline at the pump about $3.
U.S. Warns Russia Over U.N. Veto on Iraq
US to deploy 60,000 more troops
26,000 troops with the 1st Armoured Division
24,000 with 1st Cavalry Division
10,000 with the 2nd Armoured Cavalry Regiment
This brings the US military presence up to 300,000 troops.
White House Rejects Vatican War Argument
US aims to shock Iraq into defeat
Pentagon plan calls for rapid attack on Iraq
US diplomatic strategy in Turkey based on outdated roadmap
Turkish officials estimate it would take 2 weeks to bring it to Vote again.
Israel Warns Residents to Ready for War
Support for UN-backed Iraq war grows in the UK
Without these conditions, only 24 percent would support British involvement
in a war against Iraqi president Saddam Hussein while 67 percent would oppose it.
Public Opinion Polls Show Wavering Support for U.S. War Against Iraq
Support Slips for Bush & Iraq War
Chirac 'believes veto would not stop US'
France has concluded that there would be no point in using its UN security council veto.
Lacking votes, U.S. might drop war resolution
Even without a veto from Russia, China or France,
the U.S. still doesn't have the nine votes needed.
Russia rules out abstention with veto call
Russia favours Canadian compromise
Russia keeps its options open on veto
Arroyo: No US Combat in Southern Philippines
Q&A: Is the U.S. at Risk of Violating International Law?
Turkish military chief backs U.S. troop deployment
Turkey could revisit vote on war
Tuesday, March 4, 2003
Flag protest shows there still are students among athletes
Basketball player's protest is what makes America great
Her season's over, but Toni Smith plans to keep speaking out
Player's flag defiance turns the nuts loose
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Mars Exploration Homepage
Mars Exploration Rover Mission: Home
Mission to Mars
Mars: Missions - 2005 and Beyond
The Mission To Mars.COM
Google Dir> Mars > Exploration
Yahoo! Science > 2003 Mars Exploration Rovers
Yahoo! Science > 2005 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
I was looking at some stuff I don't need.
Panasonic SA-HE100K Receiver Lots of S-Video and Component Connections
Apex AD-2500 Progressive-Scan DVD Player
Net Hacker Tool du Jour: Google
Quake III Arena Vs. Friends
Today's Newspaper Front Pages
Those computized Databases know me all to well.
They let me know this was coming out soon.
Amuro Namie: shine more (Japan Version)
U.S./Iraq War Could Start Next Week
With the Bush administration facing one political setback after another, some in the
administration are urging the president ó if he is convinced war must be fought
to cut his political losses and do it now.
The 6:30pm TV version mentioned a 3/4 day window when the
U.N. and the Reporters will be told to leave the country.
Thats when the shit will start hitting the fan.
Allies bomb key Iraqi targets
Targets hit in recent days include the Ababil-100, a Soviet-designed
surface-to-air missile system adapted to hit targets on the ground,
and the Astros 2 ground rocket launcher with a range of up to 56 miles.
'Plan B' for war is riskier
Turkey forces Pentagon to look at Plan B
Pentagon planners decided weeks ago to send
the entire 101st Airborne to Kuwait as a backup.
If Turkey does not allow access to its airspace, the two aircraft carriers
in the Mediterranean would have to move south to the Red Sea and send
their planes to Iraq by flying over Saudi Arabia Aircraft carrier USS Nimitz
is expected to arrive in the region in early April.
Russia opposed to voting on Anglo-American resolution on Iraq at UN
U.S. Expects U.N. Iraq Vote 'Quite Soon'
US security organisation 'bugging UN'
N.Korean MiGs Intercept U.S. Air Force Plane
"The closest point they came was within 50 feet"
Not just Migs, but Mig-29s
RIVET JOINT RC-135
82nd Reconnaissance Squadron - Air Force Intelligence
6990th Security Sq. Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan
Must be time to post another usenet find again.
Monday, March 3, 2003
Open Directory - Science: Astronomy: Amateur
Sky and Telescope - How To - Telescopes & Binoculars
Sky and Telescope - Binoculars: Halfway to a Telescope
Curious About Astronomy? Ask an Astronomer
The First 30 NGC objects By Paul Markov
We went shooting the other day.
It was nice day for a change.
The last couple times its been snowing.
Urban Ops: Combat Mission 101
The Electronic Sky
NGC / IC Project Home Page
Kelly Space and Technology
Space Frontier Foundation Home Page
Space Island Group
MechWars Robot Combat
Solid Marble Cremation Urns
Preferences Artistic Cremation Urns
Cremation Urns for Less Home Page
Randomly stumbled across this site.
(Probably not safe for Work)
Related site - The Tireless Hand.com
E. Douglas Whitehead, M.D., Penis Enlargements
Before and After Pictures Main Gallery Page
All About My Penis
Large Penis Support Group.ORG
Paruresis Web Site
Talk About it...IPA Forum
Sunday, March 2, 2003
U.S. admits civilian casualty risk
Kurds vow to kill Turkish troops that cross border
France Will Oppose New Iraq Resolution
Chrťtien and Bush clash over regime change
'If I read 1441, it's talking about the disarmament of Saddam Hussein,'
the Prime Minister said Friday. 'It's not talking about the regime change.'
Student Groups Plan Walkout to Protest War March 5th, 2003
The National Youth & Student Peace Coalition
books not bombs - strike against war March 5
Turkish vote delayed for 'foreseeable' future
Turkey has no plans in the "foreseeable future" to hold another vote on allowing U.S. troops
in to launch an attack on Iraq, said a senior government official.
Warplanes face gridlock
U.S. Warplanes Face Down Iraqi Jet Over Saudi
Allied jets strike Iraqi tragets
US dirty tricks to win vote on Iraq war
US plan to bug Security Council: the text
225,000 U.S. and British Troops Are Now Within Striking Distance
War Plan for Iraq Largely in Place
It aims to combine the armored fist of the tank-heavy 1991 Persian Gulf War with the speed
of the overnight 1989 U.S. takeover of Panama and the precision bombing of the 2001 U.S.
campaign in Afghanistan.
Iraq 'destroys more missiles'
There are reports that a Macau casino mogul has passed a
message to Saddam Hussein from North Korea offering him asylum.
I have been wondering if the North Koreans might try to sneak in some Special Forces
or specialists into Iraq. The North Koreans really do believe they are next on the list.
I am sure that they will do something really wacky.
Saturday, March 1, 2003
Iraq begins destroying missiles
Saudi warns of US casualties in "messy" Iraq war
Kurdish plight overlooked by US
Kurds fear US sellout
300 Chileans disrobe, protest war on Iraq
Will new missions require a draft?
Turkey Rejects U.S. Troop Deployment Plan
Passage would have allowed 62,000 U.S. troops, 255 warplanes and 65 helicopters
to be based in Turkey.
Turkey rejection stuns US
Confusion surrounds Turkey's decision on US troops
It is thought the government may still present another
similar resolution to parliament later this week.
Troops vote declared null
I was so tired yesterday I almost missed this one..
Court won't review 'under God' ruling
'Under God' appeal probably heading to Supreme Court
Pledge Ban Set for March 10 in 9 States