Zebra 3 Report by Joe Anybody
Friday, 10 March 2006
TIA is now - Disruptive Technology Office
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: TIA spying NSA spying --> And this is suppose to protect us? HAHA
Topic: CIVIL RIGHTS
I want to start off, todays extrodinary long report, with the statement that a new bill that says A 45 day no-warrant-needed-law to spy on citizens, proposal is in the makings, there is more from this topic latter near the bottom of this rant, I only bring this tid-bit up now ...to set the tone for the rest of todays report:

So Lets get this Spy Study Started


The Government is getting ready to consider a bill on terrorist surveillance. It is soon to be introduced by Sen. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio Get this Z3 Readers, It would allow the government to monitor the international calls of U.S. residents for 45 days without a warrant. The White House has called that approach a "generally sound measure."
(How is that bushman crap soup starting to taste now?)

So anyway, I read yesterday in the Online NY Times that The Federal Bureau of Investigation found apparent violations of its own wiretapping and other intelligence-gathering procedures more than 100 times in the last two years, and problems appear to have grown more frequent in some crucial respects, a Justice Department report released Wednesday said.

While some of these instances were considered technical glitches, the report, from the department's inspector general, characterized others as "significant," including wiretaps that were much broader in scope than approved by a court and others that were allowed to continue for weeks or sometimes months longer than was authorized.
But, the report disclosed, the Justice Department has opened reviews into two other controversial counterterrorism tactics that the department has widely employed since the Sept. 11 attacks.



They are
...1> The F.B.I.'s use of administrative subpoenas, known as national security letters, to demand records and documents without warrants in terror investigations, possibly abusing its subpoena powers to demand records in thousands of cases.

...2> The Office of Professional Responsibility, a Justice Department unit that reviews ethics charges against department lawyers, has opened inquiries related to the detention of 21 people held as material witnesses in terror investigations.

Although the FBI says they are quick to recover and correct mistakes (haha sure!) as a note of procedure the FBI was said to be doing --> "overcollection" of intelligence ? going beyond the scope approved by the court in authorizing a wiretap ? and "overruns," in which a wiretap or other intelligence-gathering method was allowed to continue beyond the approved time period without an extension. One case of wiretapping was for 373 days long.

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Lets move right along this stinky trail of spying...

See a few years back the Homeland Security started up the TIA and then very shortly it was supposedly shut down in Sept 03 by Congress eliminating funds for it, due to mostly, the massive complaining of citizens. Well guess what? It is still around it just changed its name and ...and now hides just under the mainstream radar in ......the Department of Homeland Security....that doesn't suprise you does it?

This TIA (Total Information Awarness) program sifts through tons of information looking to make some kind of connection. The problem is...it is like hunting for a needle in a haystack ...and doesn't provide results.
Let me use the info from --> Wired News dot Com to explain a little on why this wont even begin to work.

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Let's look at some numbers. We'll be optimistic -- we'll assume the system has a one in 100 false-positive rate (99 percent accurate), and a one in 1,000 false-negative rate (99.9 percent accurate). Assume 1 trillion possible indicators to sift through: that's about 10 events -- e-mails, phone calls, purchases, web destinations, whatever -- per person in the United States per day. Also assume that 10 of them are actually terrorists plotting.
This unrealistically accurate system will generate 1 billion false alarms for every real terrorist plot it uncovers.
Every day of every year, the police will have to investigate 27 million potential plots in order to find the one real terrorist plot per month. Raise that false-positive accuracy to an absurd 99.9999 percent and you're still chasing 2,750 false alarms per day
-- but that will inevitably raise your false negatives, and you're going to miss some of those 10 real plots.
This isn't anything new. In statistics, it's called the "base rate fallacy," and it applies in other domains as well. For example, even highly accurate medical tests are useless as diagnostic tools if the incidence of the disease is rare in the general population. Terrorist attacks are also rare, any "test" is going to result in an endless stream of false alarms.
This is exactly the sort of thing we saw with the NSA's eavesdropping program: the New York Times reported that the computers spat out thousands of tips per month.

Every one of them turned out to be a false alarm.


We'd be far better off putting people in charge of investigating potential plots and letting them direct the computers, instead of putting the computers in charge and letting them decide who should be investigated.



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See there is this follow up to this TIA program found on this link --> HERE!
(quote)
This guy "Sharkey" played a key role in TIA's birth, when he and a close friend, retired Navy Vice Adm. John Poindexter, President Reagan's national security adviser, brought the idea to Defense officials shortly after the 9/11 attacks. The men had teamed earlier on intelligence-technology programs for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which agreed to host TIA and hired Poindexter to run it in 2002. In August 2003, Poindexter was forced to resign as TIA chief amid howls that his central role in the Iran-Contra scandal of the mid-1980s made him unfit to run a sensitive intelligence program.
[stay tuned readers he will be back in a few paragraphs]

As Sharkey continued, "a new sponsor has come forward that will enable us to continue much of our previous work." Sources confirm that this new sponsor was ARDA. Along with the new sponsor came a new name. "We will be describing this new effort as 'Basketball,' " Sharkey wrote, apparently giving no explanation of the name's significance.

It's unclear whether work on Basketball continues. Sharkey didn't respond to an interview request, and Poindexter said he had no comment about former TIA programs. But a publicly available Defense Department document, detailing various "cooperative agreements and other transactions" conducted in fiscal 2004, shows that Basketball was fully funded at least until the end of that year (September 2004).

The document shows that the system was being tested at a research center jointly run by ARDA and SAIC Corp., a major defense and intelligence contractor that is the sole owner of Hicks & Associates. The document describes Basketball as a "closed-loop, end-to-end prototype system for early warning and decision-making," exactly the same language used in contract documents for the TIA prototype system when it was awarded to Hicks in 2002. An SAIC spokesman declined to comment for this story.
Another key TIA project that moved to ARDA was Genoa II, which focused on building information technologies to help analysts and policy makers anticipate and pre- terrorist attacks. Genoa II was renamed Topsail when it moved to ARDA, intelligence sources confirmed. (The name continues the program's nautical nomenclature; "genoa" is a synonym for the headsail of a ship.)

As recently as October 2005, SAIC was awarded a $3.7 million contract under Topsail. According to a government-issued press release announcing the award, "The objective of Topsail is to develop decision-support aids for teams of intelligence analysts and policy personnel to assist in anticipating and pre-empting terrorist threats to U.S. interests."
That language repeats almost verbatim the boilerplate descriptions of Genoa II contained in contract documents, Pentagon
Devices developed under Genoa II's predecessor -- which Sharkey also managed when he worked for the Defense Department -- were used during the invasion of Afghanistan and as part of "the continuing war on terrorism," according to an unclassified Defense budget document.


Today, however, the future of Topsail is in question. A spokesman for the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, N.Y., which administers the program's contracts, said it's "in the process of being canceled due to lack of funds."

It is unclear when funding for Topsail was terminated.

But earlier this month, at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, one of TIA's strongest critics questioned whether intelligence officials knew that some of its programs had been moved to other agencies. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., asked Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte and FBI Director Robert Mueller whether it was "correct that when [TIA] was closed, that several ... projects were moved to various intelligence agencies....
I and others on this panel led the effort to close [TIA] we want to know if Mr. Poindexter's programs are going on somewhere else, said Wyden."

Negroponte and Mueller said they didn't know. But Negroponte's deputy, Gen. Michael V. Hayden, who until recently was director of the NSA, said, "I'd like to answer in closed session." Asked for comment, Wyden's spokeswoman referred to his hearing statements. ....ya! I bet!!!

While the documents on the TIA programs don't show that their tools are used in the domestic eavesdropping, and knowledgeable sources wouldn't discuss the matter, the TIA programs were designed specifically to develop the kind of "early-warning system" that the president said the NSA is running.

Tom Armour, the Genoa II program manager, declined to comment for this story. But in a previous interview, he said that ARDA -- which absorbed the TIA programs -- has pursued technologies that would be useful for analyzing large amounts of phone and e-mail traffic. "That's, in fact, what the interest is," Armour said.
ARDA now is undergoing some changes of its own.

The outfit is being taken out of the NSA, placed under the control of Negroponte's office, and given a new name. It will be called the "Disruptive Technology Office," a reference to a term of art describing any new invention that suddenly, and often dramatically, replaces established procedures. Officials with the intelligence director's office did not respond to multiple requests for comment on this story.
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So now we move our study over to
"the civil-rights-crook Gonzales's"
and his avasive slant on this spying -->
Found on a FORBES Link Right Here It ironiaclly runs under the title headline of:
"Update 6: Gonzales: NSA Program Doesn't Need a Law"

....amazing huh?


It says right from the FORBES web site......
California Rep. Jane Harman, the House Intelligence Committee's top Democrat, said.... Gonzales has personally given her similar assurances. But generally she has "become increasingly skeptical over time about a lot of things I have been hearing." Harman declined to elaborate.







Yep strangely enough the watchdog groups are all over this. But just what is going to come of all this is hard to predict with the spin doctor republicans in full swing.
I know what is ethicly right and so does "EPIC" who is agressively following this. Not to mention, some of these Freedom Of Information Acts that they are suing for - are basiclly "requiring the Government to EXPLAIN their spying".
My email I received from EPIC led me to this quote and I want to share it for you Z3 Readers ....it can stll possibly by found --> HERE

[**this link may be hard to open - I don't know why? if it didn't work try this route EPIC 13.05?]

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...Now! This Link --> Here is a letter to Gonzales form (D)Patrick Leahy.
NICE LETTER!
Check it out Z3 Readers!!

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Here is what I read from EPIC it also is more on the upcoming 45 days No Warrant Needed Bill..,
And get this .., They are saying this:
(quote)House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California, the former top Democrat on the intelligence panel, has publicly questioned what the congressional leaders don't know. Her spokeswoman, Jennifer Crider, said Republicans have been unwilling to perform oversight of the administration.

~~~~~~~ Now about that 45 days No Warrent Needed Topic read on ~~~~~~~~~

Specter was also critical of a terrorist surveillance bill - soon to be introduced by Sen. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio, and other moderate lawmakers - that would allow the government to monitor the international calls of U.S. residents for 45 days without a warrant. The White House has called that approach a "generally sound measure."
Specter is planning to offer his own proposal that would require a federal intelligence court to vouch for the program's constitutionality every 45 days.


Democrats are calling for more oversight and may not embrace either approachAlso Wednesday, in response to a judge's order, the Bush administration released a fraction of the documents requested under the Freedom of Information Act by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Privacy Information Center and the National Security Archive. The administration asked for four additional months to process additional classified materials.

The release included e-mail exchanges between Justice officials about the program's legal justification. One official said the department's arguments had "a slightly after-the-fact quality or feeling to them," according to the privacy center.
In a statement, the center's general counsel, David Sobel, said the administration's actions show a continuing resistance to public scrutiny on the NSA program.
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I mention that EPIC was suing for FOIA documents on this subject ....here is the final quote I have for today my dear Z3 Readers, it is also from this great watchdog group "EPIC" which you can find on their website too ...check them out! They rock!

(quote)
Documents obtained by EPIC this week in a Freedom Of Information Act
lawsuit against the Department of Justice reveal that a former top
official in the Justice Department was skeptical of the Bush
Administration's legal justification for its controversial warrantless
surveillance program.

Among the released documents was a series of e-mails from former
Associate Deputy Attorney General David S. Kris. Kris -- now Chief
Ethics and Compliance Officer at Time Warner, Inc. -- provided his
former colleague a legal analysis concluding that the Authorization for
Use of Military Force Resolution likely did not authorize the
surveillance program.
He also said that the DOJ's statutory arguments
"had a slightly after-the-fact quality or feeling to them."

The DOJ refused to disclose much additional information related to its
secretive warrantless surveillance program. Most of the documents
released this week are previously published justifications for the
program and transcripts of television appearances by the Attorney
General.

The documents disclosed by the DOJ this week cover only a small fraction
of the material at issue in the lawsuit
. In legal papers filed the night
before the Justice Department's court-imposed deadline for releasing the
documents, the agency requested a delay of four months to complete is
processing of classified information related to the program.

The case arises from the New York Times' report in December that
President Bush secretly issued an executive order in 2002 authorizing
the National Security Agency to conduct warrantless surveillance of international telephone and Internet communications on American soil.


EPIC submitted FOIA requests to four DOJ components just hours after the
warrantless surveillance program's existence was first reported. Noting the extraordinary public interest in the program -- and its potential illegality -- EPIC asked the agencies to expedite the processing of its
requests. The DOJ agreed that the requests deceived priority treatment,
but failed to comply with theFOIA's usual time limit of twenty workingdays. The court's February 16 order found that delay to be unreasonable,
and ordered the Justice Department to disclose all responsive documents by March 8, or to describe the information it sought to withhold and provide legal justifications for non-disclosure.

"President Bush has invited meaningful debate about the warrantless surveillance program," U.S. District Judge Henry H. Kennedy wrote. "That
can only occur if DOJ processes [EPIC's] FOIA requests in a timely
fashion and releases the information sought."

EPIC's case has been consolidated with a lawsuit filed by the American
Civil Liberties Union and the National Security Archive concerning many
of the same documents.
(end quote)

DOJ's Motion Requesting More Time to Process Classified Material (pdf):

Click here for the EPIC pdf file



To all the Z3 Readers who read this far,
!- This was a lot of information to cover -!
...I wanted to shorten the quotes but they needed to be reprinted as much as we all know---
"The Truth Needs To Be Exposed!

And THANK YOU PATRIOTS -
You give this Great Nation Hope


Cheers! ~ Joe



Posted by Joe Anybody at 5:48 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 11 March 2006 1:07 PM PST
Thursday, 9 March 2006
Are we stupid or what?
Mood:  mischievious
Now Playing: China Tells The U.S.
Topic: HUMANITY
World Report of Human Rights Abuse produced by the U.S is now out....GET THIS Z3 READERS......... It doesn't include our own abuse that we do.

HAHAHAHAHA
OH MY GOODNESS what a sham this spin is
Are We Plain Downright Stupid?
"RICE THINKS SO, AS SHE DELIVERS THE U.S. REPORT"
The State Department study, published each year since 1977, offers a comprehensive analysis of all countries in the world......
-->*** "Except In The United States" ***<--






WHY DONT WE LOOK IN THE MIRROR?

So on March 1st,in Beijing China, they scold the United States on everything from the war in Iraq to racial clashes in Cincinnati with the police beating an older black man, in a report that highlighted the ideological rift dividing two powers that have increasingly friendly ties.

Beijing's annual assessment which was a
22-page Appraisal of Human Rights in America,
Came in retaliation for the U.S. report on 191 countries last week, which upbraided China for backsliding.


READ MORE --> Here on MSNBC

The response came one day after the State Department said the Chinese government's human rights record "remained poor, and the government continued to commit numerous and serious abuses."

"We express our strong dissatisfaction and resolute opposition," said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang , adding that Washington should "immediately end the erroneous practice of interfering in other country's internal politics."

A large section of the Chinese report was devoted to racial discrimination, which it said had "long been a chronic malady of American society."
"We urge the U.S. government to look squarely at its own human rights problems, reflect what it has done in the human rights field and take concrete measures to improve its own human rights status."

"For a long time, the life and security of the people of the United States has not been under efficient protection," the Chinese report said.

Blacks are given heavier criminal penalties, arrested more frequently and are more likely to be targeted for hate crimes, the report said.

It also criticized American troops for brutality at prisons in Iraq and the detention camp for terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


"As in previous years, the State Department pointed the finger at human rights situations in more than 190 countries and regions, including China, but kept silent on the serious violations of human rights in the United States," it said.

It is "an act that fully exposes its hypocrisy and double standard on human rights issues," said the report which drew mostly from stories and statistics in the American press.

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Showing no respect of the human rights of Chinese citizens, the United States began demanding fingerprints and photos from Chinese applicants for visas to the United States on Monday.
The move infringes the human dignity and right to privacy of Chinese citizens.


These reports go on to say "So now we all know. What right does the US have of pointing fingers at China with documented examples of religious persecution, murders in prison, the arrest of reporters -- how dare we come forward with such claims when at the exact same time we are inflicting such mental torture on the Chinese....by asking that they (and many others coming into America) be fingerprinted and photographed?"
The same article ends with an, ahem, outspoken conclusion about us wicked Americans: (I wonder why?)
"They can kill anyone they think is a potential threat to their precious lives. That is their idea of human rights."

This was the fifth straight year Beijing has issued a report on the rights record of the United States. China goes on to say "The presidential election, viewed as a symbol of American democracy, in reality is a money game played by the rich"--- wow they tagged that one right!

China reserved one of its harshest indictments for American actions abroad since the September 11, 2001, attacks. Quoting another report in the Independent, it said 13,000 unarmed men, women and children died in attacks led by U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, calling the Iraq campaign the bloodiest for civilians since the Vietnam War. ummm isn't it more like 100's of thousands? ...anyway .....

Dong Yunhu, the head of a government-run human-rights organization, pointed out "that the U.S. not only had a long history of racial discrimination, but also...a large population suffering from poverty, hunger and lack of housing."

On a final note dear Z3 Reader.
Dong, noted that the U.S. "is one of the few countries that sentences child offenders to death" and that it has one of the worst rankings for child poverty among developed nations. (See a UNICEF report on
Child Poverty Report Card Dong also noted that the U.S. is one of the few countries that has not yet ratified the United Nations' Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.

..."That figures" I mutter out loud, and yesterday was Womens Rights Day ...what a joke this administration is!

I swear .... this country is being run by Bozo the Neo-Con Clown

Thanks China! For setting the record straight for Bozo!

More Information found
here -->
Human Rights Report Article

Posted by Joe Anybody at 5:25 PM PST
Updated: Friday, 10 March 2006 10:09 AM PST
Wednesday, 8 March 2006
Free Trade .......Wal Mart controls the market ...... and you have no job, unless you work for them
Mood:  smelly
Now Playing: They stole all the Business ,,,But did you help them do it?
Topic: CORPORATE CRAP
WAL-MART IS RUINING AMERICA
YOU HEARD ME ...RUINING BUSINESS AND LIVES
THAT MY FAIR READER IS EXACTLY WHAT THEY HAVE DONE.

THIS PBS DOCUMENTARY EXPLAINS IT ALL
(PLEASE INFORM YOUR SELVES ITS IMPORTANT)

IT IS A LITTLE OVER 30 MINUTES LONG AND WILL EXPLAIN WHY I SAY THIS. VERY WELL REPORTED BY PBS

WATCH THIS FILM AND TELL ME ONE REASON WHY YOU WILL STILL SUPPORT AN INDUSTRY THAT IS RUINING THE U.S.?

THE TERRIBLE SHAME IS THEY SAY THEY ARE AN AMERICAN COMPANY. THEY WANT YOU TO THINK OF THEM LIKE AMERICAN APPLE PIE. SORRY IT IS EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE. IT IS NOT ABOUT UNCLE SAM, THE AMERICAN WAY OR CHEAP PRICES FOR-THE-PEOPLE.
IT IS ALL ABOUT CORPORATE SELFISH PROFITS.

FOLKS REALIZE THAT IT IS 100% OPPOSITE OF WHAT THEY SAY!
THEY WILL TELL YOU THAT IS GOOD FOR THE U..S AND OUR PEOPLE......
BUT...ITS BAD FOR US ALL... WE ALL WILL BOW BEFORE COMPANY THAT RULES OVER ALL PRODUCTS.
WHICH, CONSEQUENTLY HAS LEFT US GRIPPING THEIR ANKLES FOR MORE CHEAP PRICES AND JOBS,
THERE ARE NO OTHER CHOICES THEY COMPETITION HAS ALL BEEN RUN OUT OF TOWN OR GONE BUST!


Z3 READERS HERE IS THE LINK TO THE PBS STORY
PBS; "Is Wal Mart Good For America?"

AMERICANS WHO ARE WILLING TO BUY THEIR CHEAP DISH SOAP, SOCKS, AND TV'S ARE ASSISTING IN LITERALLY RUINING THE AMERICA ECONOMY!

THIS DOCUMENTARY WILL SHOW YOU THAT THIS INDUSTRY IS TALKING US DOWN THE SHITTER
AS PEOPLE THINK THEY ARE "SAVING ON PRICES" WAL MART BECOMES THE RICHEST CORPORATION
......IN THE WORLD! AND JOBS DISAPPEAR IN THE US AND CHINA GETS THE WORK (BY THE CLINTON HELPED PASS LAWS TO ASSIST THIS FREE TRADE FARCE)

(CHEAP TOILET PAPER --> NOT FOR MY ASS)

JOE SENDS A SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL THOSE PROTESTING THIS CORPORATE GIANT.
SPREAD THE WORD.
SAVE OUR ECONOMY.
KEEP UP THE GOOD FIGHT!
NOW GO DOWNLOAD THIS SHORT DOCUMENTARY

Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:32 PM PST
Updated: Wednesday, 8 March 2006 1:12 PM PST
Today we set a moment aside to appreciate the rights of women
Mood:  celebratory
Now Playing: GO GIRL - TODAY IS ALL ABOUT YOU
Topic: CIVIL RIGHTS



Joe Anybody today speaks for one man, to all women alike

I am happy and proud to say today is:

WOMAN'S  DAY

For starters here is a link to a few pictures I have found "14 Pictures!"

And here is an interesting tribute .... "The Women's Rights National Historical Park"link --> HERE!
Read about and maybe someday see the parks four major historical properties and a state of the art Visitor Center.

Go Girl!


~ from one proud american joe




Posted by Joe Anybody at 11:20 AM PST
Updated: Friday, 2 March 2007 1:59 AM PST
Tuesday, 7 March 2006
THIS IS AN AMBOMINATION OF OUR CHERISHED CIVIL RIGHTS
Mood:  sharp
Now Playing: ? Thomas Jefferson Would Never Tolerate This ?
Topic: CIVIL RIGHTS
Now Click Here for a "blogger" I can relate too!
Read the following from one of his posts, and then click the link above to read his full post with some good links in his article.


(quote)
Bush might as well walk into the National Archives, break the glass case where the original Constitution is preserved, and take a Bic lighter to it. Bush should invite virtually the whole of Congress, so they can whoop and cheer at the physical destruction of our founding document. I realize this is a disgusting image but it is appropriate, considering what Bush and Congress are doing.
'Evidence Bush' and his 'Straussian neocons'...consulting their ghoulish legal buddies over at the Federalist Society, are dismantling the Constitution is stacking up like cordwood outside a Maine cabin in November. Parallels to Hitler and his Enabling Act are chilling.

(end quote)

What is very disturbing is the White House Republican backed witch hunt for the persons responsible for "leaking" that the NSA was spying.
So the fact that they are spying with out a warrent or a care for the LAW it is not even an issue with the Bushman crowd!
It's who spilled the beans and let the cat out on our shady deals! That is really what those neocons want to know.
In a style that stinks of the Nixon years these Neocons are going to try and imprison the truth tellers.
In the corporate world this kind of event is called "whistle blowing" in Bushman Neocon world it is called "espionage".
Funny how the Libby, Rove, Valerie Plame leak is not even a concern to these creeps.
Now they want to put a stop to anyone speaking out against this civil rights abuse and illegal spying by the Bushman crowd.
For example look at this comment from this link from a 1917 law about "Espionage" that they are tring to use against those who may of reveled the spying on citizens by NSA oooooppps I mean terrorists.

Of course, these are simply high profile pretexts, as the Straussian neocons fully intend to go after all enemies, that is to say anybody who criticizes their draconian and fascistic policies.

What is appalling is mentioned by Political scientist George Harleigh, who also worked in the Nixon administration, adds: We are talking about a basic violation of the Constitutional guarantee of a free press as well as a violation of the rights of privacy of American citizens. I had hoped we would have learned our lessons from the Nixon era.

Sadly, it appears we have not!!!!!!!!!!!!.

He mentions that in respect for the excellent blogger with a very scary report, at

Capital Hill Blue Website
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Z3 READERS PLEASE READ THE CAPITAL HILL BLUE LINK
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IT IS DAMN RIGHT SACARY AND REAL - THIS IS NO JOKE
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In this serious abuse of free speech and witch hunts for those that dissent and for those who are calling the kettle black......well they (bushman clan and black booted thugs) are getting ready for a whole mess of people who may just prefer to be in Prison for their civil right viewpoints and anti-government positions, rather than patsy up and play the "neocon game" along with all the head~in~the~sand~crowd.

It may be close at hand but...
for what will you fall on your sword for?
That is the gut question Joe Anybody is asking himself.
I surly can't stand by, as this great nation goes down the
"neocon bushman shitter"
Here is the shocking link of an pdf Army document that talks about
"Homeland Security Civilian Prison Camps"
Hey folks its called Army Regulation 210-35 and its all about establising labor camps for civilians on army bases.
(boy sure is getting weird with all this bushman terrorist stuff huh???
....now we citizens are becoming the terrorist???)

I think I might start brushing up on my prison survival skills!
How about you all?
More to come on this very subject of NSA spying on journalist or bloggers and prison if you dare to speak against Our Fascist King"

Let me end this report with one more quote from Kurts blog
(quote)
There are many things worse than Watergate, John Dean, Nixon's White House counsel, told Bill Moyers. Taking the nation to war in a time when they might not have had to gone to war.
These are probably the most serious offenses that you can make when you take a country to war for, blood and treasure, no higher decision can a President of the United States make as the Commander-in-Chief.
*To do it on bogus information, to use this kind of secrecy to do it is intolerable.*

(end quote)

P.S.
I just read in that in Oregon the NSA is eavesdropping on a Muslim Charity Group in Southern Oregon. The charity is now suing for the wirtap conversations. Land of the Free?

NOT!

Posted by Joe Anybody at 6:25 PM PST
Updated: Wednesday, 8 March 2006 11:03 AM PST
Monday, 6 March 2006
Can you Believe These Torture Stories
Mood:  smelly
Now Playing: Brutal Abuse,
Topic: TORTURE
"We are going to cut your head off and send you to hell."
Thats what was told to the prisoners in Iraq, by American soldiers, contractors, and CIA operatives while inside the infamous Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

But it was the tale of Sadiq Zoman Full Story HERE

In a Mother Jones article that said this
(quote)
He was held for one month by U.S. forces before being dropped off in a coma at the general hospital in Tikrit. The medical report that came with his comatose body, written by U.S. Army medic Lt. Col. Michael Hodges, listed the reasons for Zoman's state as heat stroke and heart attack. That medical report, however, failed to mention anything about the physical trauma evident on Zomans' body --- the electrical point burns on the soles of his feet and on his genitals, the fact that the back of his head had been bashed in with a blunt instrument, or the lash marks up and down his body.
(end quote)
The above quote was reprinted from Mother Jones Magazine Right Here!

Good God What in the Hell?
And let me get this straight
US American Forces are doing this
Anybody feel like correcting me?
Anyone want to tell me I Am Wrong?

I thought so ...give me some warning if you want to prove me wrong cause ...
....I will be busy throwing up!

Meanwhile I encourage all Z3 Readers to click "all 3 links in this post today" And read why Janis Karpinski, the U.S. Brigadier General who was in charge of some of the prisons is saying the following:

(quote)
While President Bush has regularly claimed -- as with reporters in Panama last November -- that "we do not torture," Janis Karpinski, the U.S. Brigadier General whose 800th Military Police Brigade was in charge of 17 prison facilities in Iraq, including Abu Ghraib back in 2003, begs to differ. She knows that we do torture and she believes that the President himself is most likely implicated in the decision to embed torture in basic war-on-terror policy.
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I always thought we respected "THE LAW" Here in The US
Obvious that is no longer true from what I am reading
It breaks my heart to see America behave like this.




It is the shameful bottom of the barrel tactics by a very sick group of leaders.

More Mother Jones dot com
Information on Bushman Torture
Right ---> HERE




Posted by Joe Anybody at 1:53 PM PST
Updated: Monday, 6 March 2006 2:23 PM PST
Saturday, 4 March 2006
UN Human Rights has everybody 'on board' *EXCEPT* the United States
Mood:  loud
Now Playing: US Ambassador Bolton Missed 30 meetings on Human Rights
Topic: HUMANITY
Todays Message is brought to you by the never-ending crap by those boys who brought us Torture and Rendition the Bushman And Cronies Neocons and provocateurs and not without mentioning the War Hawks and Spin Doctors alike here is todays spin.




(The quote below came from the NY Times
"It's an open question whether Bolton's throwing all the cards up in the air is meant to improve the council or to prove that the U.N. can't reform itself and therefore should be abandoned," said Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch.

A Human Rights Council without the United States would lack credibility," Emyr Jones Parry, the British ambassador, said Thursday. Noting that the European Union had formally endorsed the text, Mr. Jones Parry said, "The job now is to get clarity on what the U.S. wants."
(good luck! -joe}
Those working for acceptance argue that provisions in the plan for direct election of members, formal review of member nations' rights records and suspension of gross violators would make it less likely that abusers could join.

They also claim that a requirement that new members be approved by a majority — a minimum of 96 votes — would eliminate violators from membership. The formula weakens the requirement in the original proposal, made by Secretary General Kofi Annan, for a two-thirds vote for new members of a Human Rights Council.

Mr. Roth also contended that Mr. Bolton's absence last fall and winter from some 30 meetings of the group drawing up the proposal led other countries to conclude that the United States was not fully committed to it. {GREAT!}

In a crucial meeting with Mr. Eliasson last month, in which countries laid down their demands, Mr. Bolton did not mention the importance to the Bush administration of the two-thirds vote. He has since cited its omission as one of the reasons for the United States objection.

"The State Department was trying to communicate to the U.N. that the two-thirds vote was an important part of the U.S. position," said Tom Malinowski, the Washington director of Human Rights Watch, "and there was quite a bit of surprise in the department that Bolton didn't bother to mention this to Eliasson."

(end quote)

Lets Remember Z3 Readers that Bolton was appointed against many, many protests to this position by his buddy ole Bushman himself. He was not the man to represent the United States Citizens, "BY FAR!"

The Human rights abuse by The US in recent years is not to be overlooked!
In fact I am wondering just what is developing here?
It seems to me we have a body of Countries trying to come to a conclusion of what are the boundaries of Human Rights Laws and to agree to them.
Seems good to me Lets all clarify this and agree. (I say this especially since our gosh-darn government is sneaking through every back-hole loop-hole they can find to spy, torture, cause a war , etc, blah blah and all because the laws are not clearly spelled out. It reminds me of how rich bad guys get away with murder ...they GET GOOD LAWYERS and thats what the US is doing in all these serious Human Rights Abuses these days)(We need clear defined laws to hold those who abuse to a set law)
No wonder the US won't get on board with the UN!



You better watch this one close.

The stage has been set.
The actors are in position.
The script is secret.
The agenda is very murky.
The surprise at the end will shock you.
And hold on because there is going to be some Spin.

Yes Folks the Show has started and nobody is aware!
Funny thing is...,
I bet no one will know all this is going on!
Because the media will hardly blip about it.
Joe Anybody know this show is on the QT ....that is why I'm telling you all!
This won't be in the headlines much, if any!

"WOW folks, It's only Human Rights we are talking about"

I mean just look at the opening paragraph below from the NY Times article.
"Now doesn't that throw up some warning flags?" It makes this Joe Anybody want to climb back up on the roof {again} and start yelling out what is going on with this Bolton Jerk representing all of us US citizens, with his sick, anti-human-right-ways

*** UNITED NATIONS, March 3 2006 ***
.....The United States has found itself isolated.....
........in its opposition to a proposal........
...to replace the discredited Human Rights Commission...
.........and its pledge to vote against........
........adoption of the plan has thrown..........
.....the United Nations into turmoil.....

****............{GREAT}............****
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Summary: US continues to shits on Human Rights!
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Posted by Joe Anybody at 1:39 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 4 March 2006 2:16 PM PST
Friday, 3 March 2006
The Defense Dept Releases A Complete Discusting Lie
Mood:  loud
Now Playing: Name's released of Detainees held for years in Torture Chamber
Topic: TORTURE
The Defense Department had argued that releasing the identities of detainees could subject their families, friends and associates to embarrassment and retaliation.
Let me start by saying this is a lie
This is not the reason why they didn't want to release the names of the detainees.
"Hell No"

They don't care about if it's embarrassing to these mens families, are you shitting me?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Hell the only embarrasment in all this ....
is our own abuse of human life and disrespect to Human Right Laws of The World.

I shamefully have to say that I am not proud of any of the White House's Pro Torture Stance they have taken and Continue to do as I write this .

This new report now has the names of hundreds of prisoners that have been fought hard not to be released! By law they have to release this finally! And they fought hard not to believe me.
Here is the --> ARTICLE please update yourself.

Read how one captive who's name is Shah states. "The only thing I did in Afghanistan was farming. Other than that, I did not do anything else in the country,"

And once again here my dear Z3 Reader is the caveat (quote)
Documents released last year -- also because of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the AP -- had the detainees' names and nationalities blacked out.

A U.S. military spokesman in Guantanamo Bay said the Pentagon was uneasy about handing over the transcripts.

"Personal information on detainees was withheld solely to protect detainee privacy and for their own security," Lt. Cmdr. Chito Peppler said. He said the Department of Defense remained concerned that the disclosure "could result in retribution or harm to the detainees or their families."

(end quote)

Oh we are so compassionate. Ohhhh The Military cares about their privacy
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Damn Sicking Lie If I Do Say So Myself!
All it takes is to look at one stinking photo and you can tell the Military "really cares !"




BOY WE SURE DO CARE ABOUT THESE DETAINEES RIGHTS

...YES SIR WE ARE A CARING NATION ALL OF A SUDDEN.

hahahahaha!



Posted by Joe Anybody at 3:27 PM PST
Updated: Friday, 3 March 2006 10:57 PM PST
Thursday, 2 March 2006
Patriot Act Move Closer to Passing
Now Playing: I will be damned ...there goes my Liberty
Topic: CIVIL RIGHTS
The Senate has voted 89 to 10 in favor of the controversial reauthorization bill (H.R. 3199) which comes a day after passage of a related bill to "improve protection of civil liberties" in the war on terror. That was on Wednesday, March 1, when the Senate voted 95-4 to approve S. 2271, Sununu Amendments to the PATRIOT Act reauthorization bill.

Lets just say Joe Anybody is proud of how his Democrat Senator voted on this issue. Nice Job Wyden!
But!..... My Republican Senator for this here joe ...ya just as I thought A BIG "NO" vote from him!!!



How did your state senator Vote?
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Here is the Washington Post LINK to check their vote.
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With the House of Representatives passing the measure in December, it now goes to President Bush to sign into law. The House will vote on the Sununu amendments next week.
It approved the reauthorization bill last December.

I see that 16 provisions of the act set to expire next week, the measure would make 14 of them permanent and extend two others by four years.

Sad to say this wasn't fought for the right reasons like a true patriot would of done. Troubling times
we live in Z3 readers, ahhh but the spirit from an 88 year old congressman from West Virgina Sen. Robert Byrd, the dean of the Senate and its resident constitutional expert.
This article HERE explains his civil rights qwest


Byrd's reversal on the Patriot Act on procedural and constitutional grounds dovetails with his growing opposition to the Bush administration's handling of the war on terrorism.

He tried to block the creation of the Homeland Security Department, which he said would give too much authority to the president. He voted against the war in Iraq.

And in 2004, Byrd published a book that minced no words. In ''Losing America: Confronting a Reckless and Arrogant Presidency,'' Byrd blasted his colleagues for failing to challenge Bush's polices and expanding executive power.

As for changing sides, Byrd's got a favorite phrase, from the poet James Russell Lowell:
''The foolish and the dead alone never change their opinions.''


......It's been a long day ...... so just one last comment; Sen Byrd said "This new proposal would erase too many of our freedoms guaranteed to the American people," Byrd added in a statement to The Associated Press. "In essence, this legislation says that the Bill of Rights is right no more."

His position allies him with another No voter,
Sen. Russell Feingold, D-Wis, a relative Senate newcomer who nonetheless foresaw potential problems with the "Original Patriot Act" before Byrd or any other member of the Senate.
And that was back in 2001, when -->
"Feingold., cast the lone vote against the new terror-fighting law."

Now these are two Civil Rights Patriot who's hand I would be Proud to shake!





Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:01 AM PST
Updated: Friday, 3 March 2006 6:09 PM PST
Tuesday, 28 February 2006
Music Video Causes Stir .......so whats new?
Mood:  cool
Now Playing: Sexy Young Muslim Girl
Topic: ANYBODY * ANYDAY
Here is the site
http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/159857.php

here is the Music video
HERE

Here is the "DEEYHA"


Pretty girl!
Seems like a political band!
I really don't understand 1/2 the words but the whole thing is interesting


Posted by Joe Anybody at 8:27 PM PST
Updated: Tuesday, 28 February 2006 11:14 PM PST

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