Sunday, May 30, 2010


Fair Game, starring Sean Penn, is the film based on Valerie Plame's memoir, Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House.

Naomi Watts is Plame; Sean Penn is Plame's husband, Joseph C. Wilson.

In 2003, Bush announced that he had seen British intelligence proving that Iraqis had been in Africa buying yellow cake uranium.

Congress agreed to go to war in Iraq.

Jo Wilson knew the yellow cake uranium story was a lie and told this to the New York Times.

Karl Rove and Dick Cheney "turned the entire weight and ammunition of government ... against the man's family.

"They punished Joe Wilson’s outcry by 'outing' his wife, Valerie Plame, who had spent years working undercover as a highly trained CIA agent...

"At one point (Plame) found that the screws that held together the decking attached to her house - decking that was 10ft off the ground and a place where her small twins played - had been unscrewed."

(A beautiful blonde, the CIA and America's lies about Iraq )

Video: Valerie Plame Wilson fields questions about 9/11 financiers, government censorship, Brewster Jennings and Sibel Edmonds. - Valerie Plame is Fair Game for Philly 9/11 Truth

Sunday, May 02, 2010


In 2010, the killing continues in Iraq.

"The US may well be rethinking its withdrawal plans, and particularly its withdrawal of all combat troops at the end of August." (Turmoil in Iraq threatens US withdrawal plans‎)

On 3 May 2010, in the Guardian, John Kampfner reminds the people of the UK that "We remember Iraq in this election."

"In 2005 around one million voters deserted Labour as a result of Iraq...

"It is the issue that defined the Blair premiership, the issue that reinforced the intense public animosity towards the mainstream political process."

In the UK, the three biggest political parties support the war in Afghanistan, which is why they do not have our support.

The Scottish National Party is one of the parties that has opposed the wars in Yugoslavia, Iraq and Afghanistan.

The deaths continue in the USA.

Bill Van Auken reports on the Hidden Toll of the US Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.‎:

"An average of 18 US military veterans are taking their lives every day as the Obama administration and the Pentagon grow increasingly defensive about the epidemic of suicides driven by Washington’s wars of aggression.

"The stunning figure was reported last week by the Army Times, citing officials in the US Veterans Affairs Department.

"The department estimates that there are 950 suicide attempts every month by veterans who are receiving treatment from the department."