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ONE OF MANY SYCOPHANTIC RITUALS TO TAKE PLACE ACROSS THE UK: Guy Fawkes to be sentenced: Guy Fawkes is set to be sentenced for the 'Gunpowder Plot' to blow up the Houses of Parliament, this Friday (November 4) at Rubery Leisure Centre. In fact, he's not. But instead: Rubery Leisure Centre are going to have a procession in which Guy Fawkes will be sentenced, to celebrate in a rather unique way. The condemned man will then be carried to top the bonfire whilst a narration of the plot will commence at 7:15pm.

COMMENTARY: The decadence never seems to dissipate each time it comes round - and this year being the 400th anniversary of 'Guy Fawkes Night' (also affectionately known as 'Bon(e)fire Night') is no exception.  It seems that elite empires torturing and ripping dissidents limb from limb is quite popular here in the UK! (Oh shut up Joseph... it's just a bit of harmless fun!)


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FBI infractions since 9/11 raise civil liberty concerns - Newly released documents point to hundreds of possible violations of the laws governing surveillance. On Sept. 26, 2002, a Special Agent in the FBI's Pittsburgh office had an "uh oh" moment, according to newly disclosed bureau records.

Galloway challenges US senators - George Galloway has rejected claims he lied under oath to the US Senate committee which accused him of receiving oil cash from Saddam Hussein. The Respect MP ridiculed the senators' claims during a hearing in May. Now they say fresh evidence links him and his estranged wife to Iraq's oil-for-food programme. Mr Galloway and his wife both deny the allegations. Mr Galloway said: "I am ready to fly to the US today... to face such a charge (perjury) because it is simply false."

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Mission improbable: Author challenges the official story of 9/11 - For more than four years, the public has repeatedly been urged to ignore “outrageous” conspiracies theories about the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that set in motion the so-called “war on terrorism.” However, the official explanation that has been provided — and widely embraced — also requires the acceptance of a theory, one involving a massive intelligence failure, 19 Muslim hijackers under the sway of Osama bin Laden, and the inability of the world’s most advanced Air Force to intercept four commercial airplanes. “A good theory explains most of the relevant facts and is not contradicted,” notes David Ray Griffin, who has been examining the available evidence for the past three years and has so far published two books on the subject. 

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