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911 Days after 9/11
11 Mar 2004
What a accident!
911 Days after 9/11 at least 190 people have been killed and over 1000 injured in a series of blasts which ripped through railway stations in the Spanish capital Madrid. What a accident! Ten terrorist bombs tore through trains and stations along a commuter line at the height of Madrid's morning rush hour Thursday, killing more than 190 people and wounding 1,200 others before this weekend's general elections. "Three went off at Atocha station" in central Madrid, "four near to" the same station, as well as "one at Santa Eugenia and two at Pozo stations," in nearby suburbs, said Acebes. The blasts occurred just three days before Sunday's general elections and went off within minutes of each other starting from 7:30am (0630 GMT) as the three Madrid stations were packed with morning commuters. Ten terrorist bombs tore through trains and stations along a commuter line at the height of Madrid's morning rush hour Thursday, killing more than 190 people and wounding 1,200 others before this weekend's general elections.

Asking who's behind these murderous crime it doesn't make sense for ETA to strengthen Aznar and his party by random bombing civilians `cause he is a deadly enemy and uncompromising against any dialogue. There is no sense for ETA bombing civilans 'cause the political backing goes to zero. There is no sense `cause ETA at most attacks politicans, officials and executive authority. There is no sense for Al Quaida to bomb civilians 'cause 90 percent of spain civilians have denunciate the raid on Iraq. The question is who can capitalize on fear, rage and panic. Who can protect us by total control, by lashing civil law to establish a Orwell Europe, a Orwell America. There is a sense to fetch back Europe to the boat for more honorable wars against evil nations delivered with weapons-grade uranium by US since for decades. Definitely others are behind these attacks as presented on the platter and Gen. Tommy Franks has told on informal interview that if US or a friendly nation (Vassal) will attacked by heavy terror bombing the american Constitution will be cancelled and replaced by military government. It is done. Let's follow the next steps. Anything else? Maybe a final bombing in London?

11.03.2004 01:30 Madrid (adjusted to local time New York)
11.09.2001 08:45 WTC
911,7 Days

The notation 9/11 in Europe is not in use so it`s only a american accident similar like the jackpot accident 9/11 one year later after on the Neo-Con PNCA protocol was postulated a second Pearl Harbor
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911 is the code word for "Black Ops"
12 Mar 2004
You're right, even corrected for leap year. As of March 11, exactly 911 full days had passed since 9-11.

Right before 9-11, the headlines proclaimed "Support for Bush At Its Lowest." Now right on cue, just in time to bail out Bushler, when yesterday's headline read:



March 10, 2004

WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush, after months of criticism during the Democratic primary season, has seen public support fall to the lowest level of his presidency for his performance on the economy and the situation in Iraq, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll has found.

A majority of Americans - 57 percent - say they want their next president to steer the country away from the course set by Bush, according to the survey. Bush's standing hit new lows in crucial areas such as the economy (39 percent support him), Iraq (46 percent) and the budget deficit (30 percent).

Bush's overall support, 50 percent, was unchanged from February and equal to the lowest of his presidency; only the war on terrorism continues to garner Bush the support of more than six in 10 Americans.

As a result of these doubts Bush narrowly trails probable Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kerry by 4 percentage points, 48 to 44 percent, among registered voters in a hypothetical presidential matchup. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, an independent, claims 3 percent.

Of a dozen policy areas, Kerry leads Bush in eight, including the economy, education and health care, while Bush leads only in the war on terrorism. The two candidates are virtually tied in the other three: Iraq, gay marriage and civil liberties.

The telephone survey interviewed 1,202 randomly selected adults nationwide March 4-7. The margin of error is plus or minus 3 percentage points.

Copyright © 2004, Newsday, Inc.,0

Terror attacks courtesy BushCo. Inc.

Seems Arile Sharon was looking for a distraction, too. Yesterday's headline:


How convenient for Bush, Tony Blair, and Ariel Sharon (the asses of evil...).