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westexas on January 17, 2007 - 12:39pm

I have previously expressed the opinion that if what is going on in the Middle East does not scare the crap out of you, you are not paying close enough attention.

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Subject: time is running out

Thursday January 18, 2007 19:19 westexas on January 17, 2007 - 12:39pm

I have previously expressed the opinion that if what is going on in the Middle East does not scare the crap out of you, you are not paying close enough attention.

We continue to believe that matters can be peacefully settled. We haven't heard if the feds are in a settling mood yet.

Time is running out.

Nelson DeMille may have an answer.

Nuclear winter is the answer to global warming.
Wild Fire quote.

We see we have another association with DeMille.

Twa 800

Night Fall On July 17, 1996, TWA Flight 800 exploded off the coast of Long Island. Five years later, the crash has been attributed to a mechanical malfunction. But for John Corey and his wife Kate Mayfield, both members of the elite Anti-Terrorist Task Force, the case is not closed.

Francona was on CNBC about 11:30 April 12, 2006 talking about Iran.
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Subject: US support to Iraq in 1980s
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 23:29:03 -0700

From: "Ally to Adversary" <publicity@francona.com>
To: <kalliste@aci.net>

Read with interest your article on NSA, Crypto AG, and Iraq. I was part of the operation that supplied information to Iraq in 1988. While in the field with the Iraqi Army, I saw the Crypto AG machines in use. I cover some of these events in my book. Rick Francona-- Ally to Adversary - An Eyewitness Account of Iraq's Fall from Grace by Rick Francona

Naval Institute Press (ISBN 1557502811)
http://www.francona.com

After getting Saddam to invade Iran in 1980, and funding the ensuing eight-year Iran-Iraq war, the U.S. now watches helplessly as Iran slowly ingests large portions of Iraq.

The National Security Agency is so secretive that the joke is that the initials stand for "No Such Agency." President Harry Truman authorized its creation more than half a century ago at the beginning of the Cold War.

"It doesn't make noise, doesn't send smoke," James Bamford, author of "The Puzzle Palace," told the newspaper about the Yakima installation. "It's almost invisible. The whole agency is virtually invisible."

NSA has become highly visible

In the past year, the NSA decided to move roughly 300 staff members to a satellite operation at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora known as the Aerospace Data Facility, said James Bamford, author of two books on the NSA, “The Puzzle Palace” and “Body of Secrets.” He didn't know if that move had been implemented yet or whether it was the same move confirmed to The Post by the NSA.

Dead dictators tell no tales. If allowed to fully testify, Saddam would reveal the whole sordid story of America's long, intimate collaboration with his regime, and how the U.S. and British governments of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher encouraged, armed and financed Iraq to invade Iran.

ACLU sues over NSA eavesdropping program

Journalist James Bamford, a plaintiff and author of "The Puzzle Palace:A Report on NSA, America's Most Secret Agency," said that "the spying program removes a necessary firewall that would prevent the kind of government abuse seen during the Watergate scandal."

See Bamford and Madsen reference below.

"we are in sooooo much trouble"

Members of The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) including Dick Cheney, Jeb Bush, Dan Quayle, Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz among many others called not only for a War against Iraq in 2000, they called for a follow up on Iran. These people are now in power.

Will there, as George Galloway has warned could happen, be a staged terrorist attack either in Israel or the United States that is blamed on Iran?

Scott Ritter has also hinted that the notion of a staged terror attack is a very real possibility.

We hope you incomptent readers now realize what the feds have done.

Theromuclear suicide?

We hope not.

We guess that the opposition doesn't want to kill a lot of innocent people.

Let's go after the guys that did it. Legally, of course.

Messing with wrong cats.

In talks Wednesday, Nasseri dropped a not-so-veiled hint that Iran could push world oil prices higher if the West tried to block its nuclear program, according to a Western diplomat who attended discussions in Vienna.

August 10, 2005 -- U.S. prepared to grab Iran's southwestern majority Arab and oil-rich province after saturation bombing of Iranian nuclear, chemical, and command, control, communications & intelligence (C3I) targets. According to sources within the German Federal Intelligence Service (Bundesnachrichtendienst - BND), the Bush administration has drawn up plans to hit Iran's nuclear, other WMD, and military sites with heavy saturation bombing using bunker buster bombs and tactical nuclear weapons.

Other sources however have offered a different explanation for Byrnes' dismissal which ties in with the Bush administration's unpopular plan to attack Iran and the staged nuclear attack in the US which would provide the pretext to do so.

Recent attempts by Vice President Dick Cheney and his “neo-conservative” allies to conjure up a nuclear threat from Iran as "justification" for military action have been exposed as a charade by timely leaks to the Washington Post. In a redux of President George W. Bush's spin on the "grave and gathering" danger from Iraq, Cheney protégé and newly appointed U.N. Ambassador John Bolton is on record warning that Iranian "deception" must not be allowed to continue much longer: "It will be too late. Iran will have nuclear weapons."

The exposure of these intelligence judgments is extremely well timed. It comes amid rumors that Vice President Cheney (yes, Vice President Cheney) has ordered up contingency plans for a large-scale air assault on Iran using not only conventional weapons but also tactical nuclear weapons to take out hardened underground nuclear facilities. The action would be framed as a response to a terrorist act—whether sponsored by Iran or not—on the United States. According to former CIA operative Philip Giraldi, senior Air Force officers involved in the planning are appalled that Iran is being set up for an unprovoked attack but, sadly, no one wants to jeopardize a career by posing objections.

Much of what is known about Tehran has been learned through analyzing communication intercepts, satellite imagery and the work of U.N. inspectors who have been investigating Iran for more than two years.

Cheney Orders STRATCOM To Prepare Nuclear Attack Against Iran
U.S. warns Iran on nuclear threat

Former CIA Officer - US Plans Nuclear Attack On Iran

About Those Nuclear Attack Speculations/

Safe from Attack? or Doomed After Next 9/11? Is Iran Being Set Up?

Dating Cheney's nuclear drumbeat

GALLOWAY: "We need a vigilant citizenry that are wise to all the tricks that these monkeys are up to."

Kissinger: Don't Exclude Military Action Against Iran if Negotiations Fail

US Plans Nuclear Attack on Iran Philip Giraldi, a former intelligence officer in the CIA (and DIA), claims that the United States is developing a plan for the bombing of supposed military targets in Iran, which would include the use of NUCLEAR WEAPONS. The US strike would take place after a 9/11-type terrorist attack on the US. However, the US attack would not depend on Iran actually being involved in the terrorism. In short, the planned attack on Iran would be analogous to the unprovoked attack on Iraq.

It involves the nuclear bombing of the US by terrorists who are equipped by Iran. "The scenario described in ‘Atomic Iran’ shows that a 150-kiloton IND exploded in New York would reduce much of the city to rubble. Some 1.5 million people would be killed instantly, with another 1.5 million certain to die over the nxt few days."

If you could read our minds.

You won't read that book again because the ending's just to hard to take.

Us cats, of course, are communicating via Internet ... and by direct thoughts aka mental telepathy.

Allah willing, and nothing is too great for Allah.

Like settlement?

To listen to the below you need RealPlayer installed.

If you don't have a copy of RealPlayer, then make a cd/dvd-rom copy of the REAL directory in the Program Files from a machine which has RealPlayer.

Copy this, using Windows explorer into the Program Files on you machine. The look for the subdirctory SETUP.

Run set-up and stop when RealPlayer beging to ask for personal informatiion ... like your credit card number!

RealPlayer then will play the below.

This is generally not the way to install programs but it may work in some cases. Like RealPlayer, Nero, WS_FTP, Microangelo, ... Live an learn.

Keep in mind that Persians are fluent in all languages in the world. Like Spanish.

Mix of Farsi and Spanish?

They do well in Japanese, German and English, of course.

Khatami has a bachelor's degree in Western philosophy from Isfahan University, but he left the academic education while he was studying for a master's degree in Educational Sciences at Tehran University and went to Qom to complete his previous studies in Islamic sciences. He studied there for seven years and completed the courses to the highest level, Ijtihad. After that, he went to Germany to chair the Islamic Centre in Hamburg, where he stayed until the Iranian revolution.

Besides his native language Persian, he speaks Arabic, English and German.

Mr. Mohammad Khatami,
The Presidency,
Palestine Avenue,
Azerbaijan Intersection,
Tehran, Iran.
Email: khatami@president.ir
Fax: 0098- 216 464 443

Then, of course, there is their expertise in algebra and algorithms.

Without Zirakzadeh's higher algebra course in 1958 this tutorial would likely never been written.

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The guy pictured above wrote the below.

So what's going to happen next?

Do you think that it's over after ten, thirteen years or twenty five years?

In the end, neither Iran nor Iraq would win a clear victory, but the suffering was enormous on both sides. Conservative estimates place the death toll at 367,000-262,000 Iranians and 105,000 Iraqis. An estimated 700,000 were injured or wounded on both sides, bringing the total casualty figure to over one million. 43

In 1980, the US and Britain engineered Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Iran in an attempt to crush its new revolutionary Islamic government. That war inflicted nearly one million casualties on Iran. President Ahmadinejad led volunteers in the war.

Recent publication reveals that Zibgniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, and others incited Saddam Hussein to attack Iran through then Jordanian King Hussein I bin Talal. 4 Details.

Or is the other side getting its act together?

Or is our side getting its act together?

We will see.

Technology will likely do our opposition in.

Payne was contacted by Scott Shane of the Baltimore Sun

No Such Agency Part Four - Rigging the Game The Baltimore Sun, December 10, 1995, pp. 9-11.

By Scott Shane and Tom Bowman, Sun Staff

Spy Sting: Few at the Swiss factory knew the mysterious visitors were pulling off a stunning intelligence coup -- perhaps the most audacious in the National Security Agency's long war on foreign codes.

to ask for copies of the documentation and tape Buehler sent.

Here are jpgs of some of the originals. There were about 22 pages sent.





Payne didn't know what Shane was up to until he read


Next, this leak was compounded by the U.S. demonstration that it was also reading secret Iranian communications. As reported in Switzerland's Neue Zurcher Zeitung, the U.S. provided the contents of encrypted Iranian messages to France to assist in the conviction of Ali Vakili Rad and Massoud Hendi for the stabbing death in the Paris suburb of Suresnes of the former Iranian prime minister Shahpour Bakhtiar and his personal secretary Katibeh Fallouch. [2]



Sarhadi was acquitted.
Wednesday, October 25, 2006; 7:54 PM

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Argentine prosecutors asked a federal judge on Wednesday to order the arrest of former Iranian President Hashemi Rafsanjani and seven others for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish cultural center that killed scores of people.









Here's the postcard from Laszlo Baranyi requesting the tape.

Here's the tape and envelope containing the tape

The mastermind(s?) behind blowing the whistle on NSA for the Iran spy sting are James Bamford [The Puzzle Palace] and Wayne Madsen.

At that time Bamford and Madsen were apparently jointly going to revise The Puzzle Palace.

Crypto AG: The NSA's Trojan Whore?

WHY NSA IS THE FORT KNOX OF THE U.S. INTELLIGENCE ESTABLISHMENT

Bamford apparently works for ABC TV.

Bamford apparently heard about Hans Buehler from ABC reporter John K Cooley in Nicosia, Cypress.

We were a bit suspicious about what Madsen and Stanton are doing and writing.

John Stanton is involved with Wayne Madsen.

Bamford appears to have distanced himself from Madsen.

Following months of harassment by the Bush administration, that includes getting him fired from his job at a think tank and attempting to strip him of his membership in the Washington Press Club, the Bush administration has stooped to new lows in trying to make former National Security Agency employee Wayne Madsen disappear. America has entered a dangerous new age of the Neo-Con and new Nazi movement that thrives on lies and propaganda from Fox News and right wing talk show hosts. With Pat Robinson pushing for assassination of foreign leaders are domestic internet journalists next?

A former intelligence agency employee did a technical drive-by assement on Madsen's place. To decide whether it was a residence or a business.

Drawn blinds, parked cars, tricycles. Etc.

Madsen may have hit the panic button when he realized what he and Bamford did.

We continue to deny that we are having too much fun with these incompetent retards.

NSA tried to sabotage Sandia labs crypto projects by tossing roadblocks in the way of projects.

In the seismic data authenticator project, NSA mandated that the algorithm be implemented in hardware ... some of which was to be classified ... rather than software.

Goal was that NSA wanted back the crypto implementation duties it had delegated many years ago.

We've met some really neat people in our legal project.

From all over the world: Germany,

Euler was Payne's excellent TA in a graduate course in test and measurement at Washington State Universithy in 1966.

Euler learned test and measurement real well in Germany.

Deutchland uber alles --- translated means Alice got run over by a VW?!

We, of course, contine to deny that we are having too much fun.

Switzerland, Russia, Mexico, Iran, Iraq,

Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 10:14 PM
Subject: thank you Re: 33 Things You Should Know About the Middle East and America
thanks, bill; best, dr. sam hamod

Argentina, Brazil [the southern part], Sweden, Pakistan, Canada, Japan ... who all know what happened. And who did it!

Thanks in large part to Larry Everest.


Morales and Payne would be dead meat without Internet.

More wrong, but NOT necessarily bad, cats.




Technology will hopefully do the creeps in.

Enjoy music.

Non-repeating Background music

Note the English singers appearing above.

Pol by Mera, in both Farsi and Spanish, also appeared.

Internet-wise this streaming audio is pretty advanced technology.

But, hey, these guys are good at algebra, algorithms, and, unfortunately for us, bomb fuzing ... even using cell phones!

Quit messing with wrong cats.

And appreciate where it comes from.

Radio Javan.

Wrong cats. Not necessarily bad cats.

Here are bad and incompetent cats. Who managed to get caught.

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.

A cat you don't want to mess with.

Ayatollah Endorses Destruction of Israel

TEHRAN, Iran — Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called Friday for the destruction of Israel, saying it was the only way to solve the problems of the Middle East.

KHAMENEI: End to
Israel only route to peace

Khamenei’s remarks came as millions of Iranians held raffles across Iran to protest Israel’s control over Jerusalem, the city where Muslims believe Prophet Mohammed began his journey to heaven. The demonstrations to for “Al-Quds Day” Al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem— spilled over into anti-American protests because of U.S. support for Israel.

“The hands of the U.S. are, fully stained with the blood of the Palestinians,” Khamenei told hundreds of thousands of Iranians in his Friday prayer sermon at Tehran University. He said there is only one possible solution to unrest in the Middle East, “namely the annihilation and destruction of the Zionist state.”

Albuquerque Journal    January 1, 2000


Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei (born July 15, 1939) is the Supreme Leader of Iran.

Khamenei has aged lots since the 2000 photo seen above.

Saddam and Payne are more than two years older than Khamenei.

Payne is 45 days younger than Saddam. But Khamenei looks lots older than both of us.




A wrong cat?

Payne suffered a recurrence of a 26 year old right eye injury. That's the reason for the squint.

There is only one thing worse than getting older. Not getting older!

Will Payne outlive 45 day older Saddam?



Let's hope!

Allah willing, and nothing is too great for Allah.

We will see.

Dubya is helping with this project, of course.

Allawi, 59, said the trial would open ``definitely in October,'' and Hussein might appear in November or December. Asked if Hussein's verdict might be death, Allawi said: ``Well, the death penalty has been restored in Iraq.''

A war can do that to you.

In English.

We really should get matters settled before they become worse.

"Your message was sent."

Let's all hope Khamenei is bright and see merits of peaceful settlement.

There are, of course, other types of settlement.

Psst. The above jpg is from Russia. With love, of course.

Peaceful settlement is best.

Keep in mind that Buehler reported on the phone that these guys have nukes.

Buehler apparently got this information while in the Evin prison.

They probably aren't to happy about what happened to them. But this is understandable.

Albuquerque Journal Thursday May 5, 2005

Please note it is KirTland not KirKland.

We are dealing with the Albuquerque Publishing Company.

----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Spohn
To: bill payne
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2005 10:57 AM
Subject: Re: morales and payne article

Bill:

Send article in ordinary email format, no longer than 700 words and we will consider it for the cover of Insight and Opinion.

Best I can do.

larry

If you aren't concerned about what Galloway says, then you maybe make a mistake.

And subject matter of current interest.

At the end of the show Alex Jones asked Galloway if he thought an invasion of Iran was on the horizon. Galloway was confident that massively opposed public opinion would stop an attack from taking place, unless a staged terror attack carried out by the military industrial complex and blamed on Iran was carried out.

Lack of vigilance and control of the weaponeers played a large part in bankrupting the economies of not just one superpower but two. We have entered the second nuclear age, one of burgeoning radioactive waste with no safe burial ground, one of proliferation and terrorism. Now anyone, anywhere, can build and detonate a nuclear bomb. Deadened by fifty years of nuclearism, we may have mutated into a nation of "good Germans" unwilling to see.

A war with Iraq would heighten security concerns and probably trigger more spending on protection on home. That would be additional money for guards, security devices and procedures that might otherwise be invested in production-boosting technology and workers who generate salable goods and services. `

"It's a dead-weight loss as far as the economy is concerned,'' said Vernon Smith, a George Mason University professor who won the 2002 Nobel Prize in economics

JONES: "What do we do if the military-industrial complex carries out a terror attack to blame it on them?"

GALLOWAY: "Well that's another very real danger. There's no way we can legislate for that but we we must be on guard. We need a vigilant citizenry."

JONES: "Unbelievable."

GALLOWAY: "We need a vigilant citizenry that are wise to all the tricks that these monkeys are up to."


Very wrong homocidal cats


Bush Wants Nuke Plans for 7 Target Countries

Report Details 3 Grounds for Use

By Paul Richter
Los Angeles Times

WASHINGTON The Bush administration has directed the military to prepare contingency plans to use nuclear weapons against at least seven countries and to build new smaller nuclear weapons for use in certain battlefield situations, according to a classified Pentagon report obtained by the Los Angeles Times.

The secret report, which was provided to Congress on Jan. 8, says the Pentagon needs to be prepared to use nuclear weapons against China, Russia, Iraq, North Korea, Syria, Iran and Libya. It says the weapons could be used in three types of situations: against targets able to with- stand non-nuclear attack, in retaliation for attack with nuclear biological or chemical weapons, or “in the event of surprising military developments.”

A copy of the report was obtained by defense analyst and Times Contributor William Arkin.

Officials have long acknowledged that they have detailed plan for an attach on Russian. However, this "Nuclear Posture Review" apparent marks the fist time that an official list of potential target countries has come to light, analysts said. Some predicted the disclosure would set off strong reactions from government of the target countries. " This is dynamite," said Joseph Circione, a nuclear arms expert at Carnegie Endowment of international Peace in Washington. " I can image what these countries going to be saying at the U.N."

Arms control advocates said the report's directive on development of smaller nuclear weapons could signal that the Bush administration is more willing to overlook a long- standing taboo against the use of nuclear weapons except as a last resort. They warned that such moves could dangerously destabilize the world by encouraging other countries to believe that they, too, should develop weapons.

“They're trying desperately to find new uses for nuclear weapons, when their uses should be limited to deterrence,” said John Isaacs, president of Council for a Livable World. “This is very, very dangerous talk. ...

Dr. Strangelove is clearly still alive in the Pentagon.” But some conservative analysts insisted that the Pentagon must prepare for all possible contingencies, especially now, at a time when some nations are engaged in secret weapons development programs.

They argued that smaller weapons have an important deterrent role because many aggressors might not believe that the U.S. forces would use multi-kiloton weapons that would wreak huge devastation on surrounding territory and friendly populations.

“We need to have a credible deterrence against regimes involved in international terrorism and development of weapons of mass destruction,” said Jack Spencer, a defense analyst with the conservative Heritage Foundation in Washington. He said the contents of the report didn't surprise ‘him and represented “the right way to develop a nuclear posture for a post Cold War world.”

Congress requested the reassessment of the U.S. nuclear posture in September 2000. The last such review was conducted in 1994 by the Clinton administration. The new report, signed by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, is being used by the U.S. Strategic Command in the preparation of a nuclear war plan.

Bush administration officials have publicly provided only sketchy details of the nuclear review. They have publicly emphasized the parts of the policy suggesting that the administration wants to reduce reliance on nuclear weapons.

U.S. policy-makers have generally indicated the United States wouldn’t use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear states unless they were allied with nuclear powers. They have left some ambiguity about whether the United States would use nuclear weapons in retaliation after strikes with chemical or nuclear weapons. The report says the Pentagon should be prepared to use nuclear weapons in an Arab- Israeli conflict, in a war between China and Taiwan, or in an attack from North Korea on the south.

Albuquerque Journal Saturday March 9, 2002



Let's settle and get out of these psychotic messes.

Another wrong cat.

In 1980, Ahmadinejad was the head representative of IUST to the student gatherings that took sessions with the presence of the Ayatollah Khomeini. In these sessions, the foundations of the first Office for Strengthening Unity (daftar-e tahkim-e vahdat), the student organization behind seizure of the United States embassy which led to the Iran hostage crisis, were created. During the seizure of the embassy, Ahmadinejad suggested a simultaneous attempt against the Soviet Union embassy, which was voted down.

John Stanton and Wayne Madsen.

James Bamford apparently figured out what he got into.

Here's wrong cat Morales.

And wrong cat Payne.

Here's us wrong cats' first joint project.

Here's a web cam photo taken at about 13:30.

Morales is one year and seven days younger than Payne.

Payne, of course, is 45 days younger than Saddam Hussein.

And will hopefully outlive Saddam.

Allah willing, and nothing is too great for Allah.

Morales pointed out that without Internet we would have been buried a long time ago.

But with Internet the outcome may be different.

We, of course, continue to deny that we are having too much fun.