Tuesday, March 11, 2008

5 year anniversary of Iraq war

Students Attempt Citizens Arrest on Karl Rove at University of Iowa

Former top Bush aide Karl Rove didn't get the friendliest of receptions at the University of Iowa Sunday. Police also were forced to remove two people after they tried to perform a citizen’s arrest on Rove for what they said were his crimes while a member of the Bush Administration. Toward the end of the speech a member of the crowd yelled, "Can we have our $40,000 back?" Rove replied, “No, you can't.”

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2 thoughts on “5 year anniversary of Iraq war

  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    March 19 is a key date for 2 reasons.
    The first is the 5 year anniversary of the Iraq war (most know about this)

    The second is more obscure. The Calleman/Lungold model of evolutionary cycles, sees 2008 as the year when Ethics overcomes the Power structure. The last time one underworld overcame the previous underworld was during 1932-1952 when Power overcame Law. And to put it more precisely 19 March corresponds exactly to 3 September 1939, the day WW2 broke out.

    Looks like there is plenty brewing for the March 19 protests

    I am really hoping that some “big hitters” like Charlie Sheen speak out about the corruption of world governments on this day. Will this be the catalyst that sparks the looming “information war”? The sad reality about an information war, is you won’t even know it exists at all, if all you do is read newspapers or watch TV.

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  • Moonglum101 says:

    It will all end in tears

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