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26 January 2006

Banned BBC Bush Election Footage Americans Aren't Allowed To See ...

Whether or not one believes a single word of absolutely anything emanating from anyone, anywhere within the current US maladministration isn't really important right now.

But this is important.

This shows the shocking but true state of the current neo-con maladministration's American nation. Watch it and weep. Then ask not for whom the bell tolls -- for it tolls for thee

This is a banned BBC video/documentary made by Greg Palast which Americans are not [officially] allowed to see.

But thanks to one of Richard and This Old Brit's finest fellow bloggers, courageous cyber patriot and fearless truth telling kindred spirit, Tom Rushen -- today things are different. Damned different.

For a full fourteen minutes and more, censorship itself is censored. Which means that both the the Bush brothers and their controlling cabal can be shown up for the shady, scary SOBs they actually are.

The fact is that together they helped pull off the greatest heist in history.

With the encouragement, connivance, financing, backing and blessings of the real [corporate criminal] powers that be, the Bush brothers helped see to it that the United States of America -- was stolen from it's citizens.

Yep. It was that plain & simple. Stolen.

Okay, enough preamble already. Bugger any more big build up. Why are we wasting time waffling ?

Go right now to Tom Rushen's 'Current Era' blog.

Then like we said earlier, since it's well worth repeating - watch the banned BBC block-buster and weep. And afterwards, ask not for whom the bell tolls -- it tolls for thee.

Incidentally, thanking Tom Rushen for his tireless work would be greatly appreciated. Of that, This Old Brit is certain.

Perhaps paying some attention to his 'Depleted Uranium' video piece would prove extremely enlightening too. Of that, Tom tells us he is certain.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who cares what you think ?

11:53 am  
Blogger Gert said...

This shouldn't surprise us in the least but actually providing hard proof would be quite something else.

This one, I'm afraid, we'll have to concede to Bushco...

1:01 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look what I found. This is already spreading.

Tom, Richard, This Old Brit, bless you all.

gert, concede? That's where Gore went wrong. Let all Americans see this then see how they vote next time.

1:56 pm  
Blogger Gert said...

Ok, by concede (badly put, mea culpa) I meant that no one's going to be able to hold Bushco to account over what's now too long in the past.

But the current battles, they really matter.

Nonetheless, good post

5:28 pm  
Anonymous graniab said...

To Anonymous 'who cares what you think"?

Anonymous - go boil your head!

6:46 pm  
Anonymous Rob said...

Surprised there's not more comments on this. Embarrasment maybe? Or is the Alito filibuster plan hogging most interest?

4:43 pm  
Blogger Elaine Supkis said...


The blogger spam blocker is defeating more than one comment writer. My blog is a lot happier now thanks to haloscan. It is seriously much better.

You have several possible templates to use, you can ban people much easier if you do get spammed, we can make smiley faces which I use a lot, personally. Heh.

Do take a peek. It is for free. They have inconspicuous ads at the top and bottom that no one pays any attention to after the first week (don't tell them this!).

See ya later, OK?

10:13 pm  
Blogger D.F. Facti said...

Good God. They're guilty as sin, the lot of them. What must it be like to walk in Katherine Harris' shoes? She's a total tool who thinks she's really in with the Bush crowd. The Bush's are smart enough to use middle men (persons) who know by osmosis what to to. However, they've been so corrupt without any real opposition, they may trip up. Pity the courageous liberals who live in Florida.

11:12 pm  
Anonymous mag said...

I'm so mad! I can only get fractured speech on any site I try to play this video on.

For the record, Mark Crispin Miller has just published a book about the 2000, 2002 and 2004 election fraud called "Fooled Again".

Check for an interview with him about the book. Well worth looking into

3:45 am  
Blogger Richard said...

Thanks again everyone, for your comments, extra info, links, etc. They are all, as always, most appreciated.

All links are followed up too. I can assure of that -- including checking out Haloscan as a possible replacement for current comment vehicle. I'll get there later on, Elaine.

Btw, Tom has been getting lots of video-hits over at his 'Current Era' and he's pleased as Punch. (So is This Old Brit, btw).

8:37 pm  
Blogger Tom said...

Yes I am pleased... I am as gitty as a school girl. (no offence intended to school girls) Thank you everyone here for everything. There is no way for me to say how appreciative I am, so I will say it again... Thank you thank you thank you!

8:52 pm  
Blogger Gert said...


Regards Haloscan:

Personally I thinks it's really crap: the only advantage it offers is to the blogowner because it allows trackbacks which blogger comments don't. Very few bloggers actually get trackbacks (you need rather a huge readership for that) so it's not an advantage. Formatting etc. in Haloscan are a real nightmare for the commenter, not so in blogger comments though!

What I find the most annoying about blogger comments on SOME blogger blogs, is the fact the comment section opens in a popup window, like yours does. The net result is that it's impossible to cut and paste or format my comment in Word (or other) and then simply import it into the comment window. Hence no spellchecking or easy linking: everything has to be done in the goddamn popup! Hours of fun manually spellchecking, trial and error for links etc.

To remediate this, log into your blogger account, go to "settings", choose "comments" and scroll down where you see "show contents in a popup window". In your case it will currently be ticked "Yes". Tick "No", now the comment section will deploy in the same window, allowing all functions the normal browser window allows.

It's only a suggestion, of course.

5:03 pm  

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