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The New York Times Commits Treason — AGAIN

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Once again The New York Times commits treason by publishing the details of another United States Government Secret Report on its front page of Sunday November 26th.

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U.S. Finds Iraq Insurgency Has Funds to Sustain Itself

Times reporters John F. Burns and Kirk Semple reveal the following, “The insurgency in Iraq is now self-sustaining financially, raising tens of millions of dollars a year from oil smuggling, kidnapping, counterfeiting, connivance by corrupt Islamic charities and other crimes that the Iraqi government and its American patrons have been largely unable to prevent, a classified United States government report has concluded.”

A copy of the seven-page report was made available to The Times by American officials who said the findings could improve understanding of the challenges the United States faces in Iraq. Completed in June, the report was compiled by an inter-agency working group investigating the financing of militant groups in Iraq. A Bush administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, confirmed the group’s existence. He said it was led by Juan Zarate, deputy national security adviser for combating terrorism, and was made up of about a dozen people, drawn from the C.I.A., the F.B.I., the Defense Intelligence Agency, the State Department, the Treasury Department and the United States Central Command.”


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Data may have been omitted to protect the group’s clandestine sources and methods — the document has a boldheading on the front page saying “secret” and a warning that it is not to be shared with foreign governments.”

The New York Times does not care about national security, the safety of its intelligence operations or the U.S. troops. It continues to try to embarrass the Bush administration at all costs by revealing secret reports with no concern for the consequences. The Times has become another terrorist mouthpiece determined to make our foreign policy a complete failure.

The spewing of terrorist supporting propaganda is not just the exclusive bastion of The New York Times. Recent reports of burning mosques, from Reuters remain unconfirmed, and may have been fabricated by Sunni militants.

Also, sensationalized accounts of Sunnis being dragged from prayer and burned alive by rampaging Shiites are unconfirmed, and all appear to come from the same source, police Captain Jamil Hussein, whose entire career appears to be issuing statements about Shia violence against Sunnis.

Here’s another; On November 13, there was fighting in Ramadi. The Los Angeles Times reported that the U.S. military had carried out an air strike that “killed at least 30 people, including women and children.” Patterico a prosecutor in Los Angeles County who writes a blog called Patterico’s Pontifications saw an email from an officer who had participated in the fighting that day, who said the Times’s account was wrong: there had been no airstrike, and those killed–by tank and small arms fire–were insurgents caught in the act of placing IEDs, or trying to steal munitions from an American vehicle.

Patterico wondered: what really happened in Ramadi? Was there an air strike? How many were killed? Did they include women and children? And, perhaps most intriguing, who was the L.A. Times’s unnamed source in Ramadi? Was he, perhaps, a stringer with ties to the Iraqi insurgents?

Patterico didn’t just wonder; he decided to investigate. Read what he says here.

All of this just makes me boiling mad — Our own press revealing secrets, supporting the enemy and spreading lies. I say take up the fight against this — stop buying these newspapers, write letters to their editors, go on talk radio and speak your mind, start your own blog and RANT!

Thank god for the Internet and free speech bloggers like, Michelle Malkin, little green footballs, NewsBusters, Power Line, Riehl World View, and The Jawa Report just to name a few who tell it like it is.

I’ll continue to report and blow the cover off the MSM lies — I have to speak out — truth and justice is in my blood.

Long live freedom.


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