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Top 25 Censored Stories of 2006

The Council on Foreign relations
really has it's teeth sunk into our so called free press.
Top 25 Censored Stories of 2006

Posted by breakingnews on Saturday, January 28th at 12:56 AM

 http://www.projectcensored.org/censored_2006/

Top 25 Censored Stories of 2006

#1 Bush Administration Moves to Eliminate Open Government

#2 Media Coverage Fails on Iraq: Fallujah and the Civilian Death

#3 Another Year of Distorted Election Coverage

#4 Surveillance Society Quietly Moves In

#5 U.S. Uses Tsunami to Military Advantage in Southeast Asia

#6 The Real Oil for Food Scam

#7 Journalists Face Unprecedented Dangers to Life and Livelihood

#8 Iraqi Farmers Threatened By Bremer's Mandates

#9 Iran's New Oil Trade System Challenges U.S. Currency

#10 Mountaintop Removal Threatens Ecosystem and Economy

#11 Universal Mental Screening Program Usurps Parental Rights

#12 Military in Iraq Contracts Human Rights Violators

#13 Rich Countries Fail to Live up to Global Pledges

#14 Corporations Win Big on Tort Reform, Justice Suffers

#15 Conservative Plan to Override Academic Freedom in the Classroom

#16 U.S. Plans for Hemispheric Integration Include Canada

#17 U.S. Uses South American Military Bases to Expand Control of the
Region

#18 Little Known Stock Fraud Could Weaken U.S. Economy

#19 Child Wards of the State Used in AIDS Experiments

#20 American Indians Sue for Resources; Compensation Provided to Others

#21 New Immigration Plan Favors Business Over People

#22 Nanotechnology Offers Exciting Possibilities But Health Effects
Need Scrutiny

#23 Plight of Palestinian Child Detainees Highlights Global Problem

#24 Ethiopian Indigenous Victims of Corporate and Government Resource
Aspirations

#25 Homeland Security Was Designed to Fail
The Top Ten Stories that Project Censored failed to report. 28.Jan.2006 06:33

spider

1. Project Able Danger, the Navy's undercover spy
program, fingered Mohammed Atta and three other
highjackers in 1999. They were denied permission
to let the FBI know the highjackers plans by
Clinton's Defense Department lawyers. The Pentagon
today is refusing to let these agents testify to
Congress.

2. Project Door Hop Galley is another SOCOM program
that spied on citizens of the US.

3. Six Muslims that were tortured in the roundup
after 9/11 have returned to the US to sue their
torturers and Secretary of Defense Rumsfield. They
are now under house arrest and not allowed to talk
to the media.

4. Cesar Chavez has instituted a program to supply
low cost fuel to the schools, fire departments, police
departments, hospitals and municiipal bus departments
in the city of Chicago.

5. All the war crimes and torture stories from Iraq.

6. Two million dollars were given to Fatah from the
US to defeat Hamas.

7. President Bush is a war criminal that is driving
this country towards fascism.

8. Massad was used to spy on US citizens.

9. The media reports on 88% of Israili children's deaths but only 2% of Palestinian children's deaths.

10. The color revolutions in the old Russian territories were financed by US NGO's such as AID and George Soros.

Driving To Fascism 28.Jan.2006 16:59

billyray

"Driving towards Fascism..." ? We are now a Fascist nation. Corporatism is the essence of Fascism. Mussolini said, "Fascism is the convergence of the state and corporation." Every known criteria for Fascism is present in our current government.