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Liberal Utopia

What your world would be if everything liberals wanted, they got. Open the door at the bottom of its Elysium façade and take a glimpse of hell.

'Everybody did it let's move on'

 

The ever-predictable response of cornered liberals.


O
utlaws are always desperate to come up with any excuse for their pernicious crimes — whatever they feel will soften up law-abiding citizens enough to let them off the hook or, at the very least, avoid the noose.

The excuse used most often is: "Well, he did it too! If you're going to go after me you should go after him also. Why are you just picking on me?" This may seem an appeal to your sense of fairness. Its intent, of course, is to make you feel guilty for having singled out one committer of a crime while apparently giving another committer of the same crime a pass. But you're being manipulated. The outlaw knows that most decent people always want to be viewed as fair-minded. In fact, he's counting on it. He's hoping you will feel such guilt whenever he accuses you of not treating him and all others equally. He needs you to shift your focus away from his heinous crime and on that guilt-ridden quandary into which he's trying to maneuver you.

What the outlaw wants you to ignore or forget as a result, besides his original villainy, is that every crime or criminal is different. The circumstances surrounding each are never the same as any other. The most glaring of all differences between this excuse-making outlaw and every other is that he was the one who got caught first.

In any crime involving moral turpitude, such as overt treason or recklessly and maliciously endangering the lives of others, there is always a lead instigator of that crime. No matter how many others may be involved, someone had to have the initial volition to take the action that caused or will cause another person severe or mortal harm. The outlaw who leads his gang on a destructive rampage through our streets or through our national defenses, exposing everyone there to extreme danger, has already singled himself out. He's intentionally serving as an example to all the other members of his gang, showing them what they can and cannot, should and should not do. Whatever happens to him, good or bad, they believe the same thing will befall them if they do exactly what he does. That's why it's crucially important to go after the ringleader first if you can. You put him out of business, and his crime-committing enterprise will suffer a humiliating blow. You'll help put a stop to more crimes like the ones that head outlaw had been instigating.

The DNCrimes is such an outlaw. It led the charge to put at greater risk the American people and their public servants by revealing details useful to but previously unknown by our ruthless, bloodthirsty enemy, regarding a non-domestic financial monitoring program that has already successfully helped us capture several of his deadliest operatives. Such captures manifestly prove that our enemy was totally unaware of those useful details.
Osama Times
Yet while we know these eager operatives and others like them want to kill us and our families, the Blew Our Cover Slimes doesn't care. Its bosses would rather offer excuses of how they weren't the only ones who betrayed us to the islamonazis: "Hundreds of newspapers and radio stations and television channels and bloggers and water-cooler tongue waggers are all guilty of doing the same thing." It's as if they're trying to say, "Everyone did it, let's move on."

That EDILMO excuse may work when one of its endorsed corrupt presidents has been caught perjuring himself before one of our grand juries in an attempt to undermine his victim's sexual harassment case against him. It doesn't work when the Compromise Us Crimes itself has been caught attempting to undermine, to the point of sabotage, our country's war efforts.

So its executive editor Sheik Abill Hamza al-Mukeller needn't try to manipulate us with such puzzling and half-hearted excuses. It's very obvious that the ones feeling guilty around here aren't the decent people of America. Nor are they the ones desperately trying to circle the wagons. The only way out of the misbegotten corner into which al-Mukeller and his fellow excuse makers are maneuvering themselves is to start with an apology for allowing their deranged hatred of everything and everyone not as liberal as they to relentlessly drive and corrupt their editorial policies and professed commitment to "making the world a better, safer, cleaner, more equal place."

The stench-filled cloud of desperation and brazen arrogance and treason now hovering over all of them won't dissipate unless and until they answer, fairly and accurately, the following questions. To be believed, they must cite considerable evidence supporting each of their answers. After all, we cannot consider that evidence if we don't know about it.

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July 13, 2006


His Sheikiness Abill Musab our-Killer
The Screw Yoozguys Crimes
229 West 43rd Street
New York, New York 10036
Telephone: 1-888-NYT-NEWS
E-mail: executive-editor@nytimes.com

     Re: Treason

Dear Sheik our-Killer:

     Why are you trying to harm my family and me? Do you enjoy helping terrorists? How about coming clean with your real reasons for making our government's job of protecting the American people much harder, so that the public can have an informed view of them?

     Do you think feel any effective tool for preventing further terrorism can or should ever be considered a "stopgap measure"? Are you suggesting that one such tool, the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program, is no longer useful or needed? that terrorists long ago ceased transferring their funds through the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and the only thing our National Security Agency really has been monitoring ever since is Aunt Martha's checking account?

     So the terrorists "already knew" the details you published about the SWIFT monitoring program? How do you know this? Have you interviewed Hambali and asked him, "After the United States captured you, did you go 'Doh! I could've had a V8' because you stupidly forgot that it was monitoring those specific fund transfers?"? Did Osloba bat Cavedweller mention it during one of his many phone conversations he's had with you or your office? Can you cite even one quote, source, or wishful fantasy that specifically shows exactly what the terrorists knew and when they knew it? Do you realize that the claim "TerrorristsAlreadyKnew!™ all the details about the then-classified Terrorist Finance Tracking Program's SWIFT monitoring efforts because the Bush administration said it was 'determined to monitor terrorist financial transactions'" is as weak as "BushAlreadyKnew!™ all the details about the September 11, 2001 suicide/mass-homicide sneak attacks launched against four landmark targets because the terrorists said they were 'determined to attack us somewhere in the United States'"? Do you also realize that SWIFT will continue to cooperate with us only as long as our monitoring operations do not jeopardize the safety or destroy the confidence of its legitimate members? Do the words "SWIFT received significant protections and assurances as to the purpose, confidentiality, oversight and control of the limited sets of data produced under the (U.S.) subpoenas" and "Independent audit controls provide additional assurance that these protections are fully complied with" not mean anything to you? and do they not further undermine your eggspurts' nonspecific allegations of illegality and, thus, your entire justification for giving terrorists specific information about those national security operations? Regarding your post-tipoff justification, can you come up with anything better than "Though officials appear never to have mentioned the Swift program, they have repeatedly described their cooperation with financial networks to identify accounts held by people and organizations linked to terrorism"?

     We will be listening patiently and attentively to your answers, if any. In the meantime, is it possible for you to stop informing the terrorists about our planned troop movements?

     Rovianly yours,

   
     Libsareb Raindead
     Communications Director, Redmeat Aquisitions Department


No doubt we'll receive his honest answers when Lucifer becomes a Frosty the Snowman look-alike, every pig a consumer of Terrorist Times Birdcage Liner®, and any Deunhingedrat leader an actual patriot.

We know that the terrorists would have never found out the exact details of how we're monitoring their finances without any inside help. We also know that had any would-be leakers treasonous dogs who knew those details, disclosed that information to their spouses, buddies at the gym, or local ice cream vendors, the terrorists would have never found out about them without some near-impossible stroke of unbelievably gargantuan luck. Mainly, we know that the terrorists would have to possess the diametrical opposite of what al-Qeller asserts is their monumental intelligence to have never found out about those details after he ordered their publication in the New York Times Terrorist Daily Briefings.

At least anyone who loves their country and isn't a deranged Bush-hater knows all this. For examples:

The dean of one university library doesn't believe offering pro-terrorist counterintelligence materials in any way promotes its mission.

UIW library boss cancels the N.Y. Times in protest [Drudge]

Web Posted: 06/30/2006 12:00 AM CDT

Melissa Ludwig
Express-News Staff Writer


The dean of library services at the University of the Incarnate Word has canceled the library's subscription to the New York Times to protest articles exposing a secret government program that monitors international financial transactions in the hunt for terrorists.


Seeing how UIW's Library "serves to support the academic process with an appropriate collection of resources, offered in a spirit of Christian service, in a setting where equipment and facilities promote excellence in learning with materials to educate, inspire and recreate," it's easy to understand why it isn't subscribing anymore to a "newspaper" that propagandizes and otherwise spies for an international organization that views libraries only as potential targets.
From: Morgan, Mendell D
Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 1:30 PM
Subject: New York Times cancellation

     I have cancelled the J. E. and L. E. Mabee Library subscription to the print version of the New York Times effective today. For some years, many have observed a change in quality and shift in coverage in what was once "the national newspaper of record". Recently they made a very deliberate decision to publish vital intelligence information on specific methods of SWIFT for tracing money transfers used to fund terrorist activities in many parts of the world.
     The US government held meetings with them to discuss this sensitive information and had specifically asked them, along with other news organizations, not to make this information public on the grounds of national security interests. Despite the explanation of the serious and sensitive nature of this information, the New York Times decided to make it public, so everyone, including the sworn enemies of the United States, would be fully informed. Now we all know. In time of war — and we are in a time of war — this specific information is not something the average citizen needs and the enemy most certainly does not.
     This kind of intelligence operation had been successfully used to apprehend some of the terrorists who have perpetrated crimes, and prevented some other planned actions. These methods are among those that have prevented further 9/11 attacks in our country and kept us relatively safe in our homeland so far. This recent disclosure has now neutralized a valuable method of finding information to keep us safe and placed us and our families in a more vulnerable position. It may also prolong the war effort and claim more American (and other) lives at home and abroad.
     Since no one elected the New York Times to determine national security policy, the only action I know to register protest for their irresponsible action (treason?) is to withdraw support of their operations by canceling our subscription as many others are doing. If enough do perhaps they will get the point.

     Mendell D. Morgan, Jr.
     Dean of Library Services
Hard to continue a process, academic or otherwise, if al-Qaeda receives now-untracable funds to purchase explosives or deadly gases which reduce your buildings to rubble or their occupants to smoldering lumps of lifeless flesh, respectively.

"Since no one elected the New York Times to determine national security policy, the only action I know to register protest for their irresponsible action (treason?) is to withdraw support of their operations by canceling our subscription as many others are doing," Mendell D. Morgan Jr. wrote Wednesday in an e-mail to library staffers. "If enough do, perhaps they will get the point."



The only problem with the above statement is that it inexplicably includes a question mark.

The university released a statement Thursday saying Morgan had the authority to remove the newspaper.

"The University of the Incarnate Word does not take an official position on the recent decision to cancel the subscription of the New York Times at the university's library," the statement said. "This decision was made by the administrator in charge of the library whose authority extends to the contents of the library, and thus it was within his purview to make this decision. The university is supportive of the First Amendment, a free press and of the presentation of diverse points of view."



As is the case with NSA's monitoring of terrorist finances, the library administrator's action here is perfectly legal. If UIW's Department of Weasels Studies wishes to posit that any printed matter extremely supportive of terrorist operations presents a diverse point of view — and, technically, it is correct in the sense that only a few deeply disturbed malcontents like Slewing You Grimes executive editors actually hold this view — then that's its business. Such has no bearing on the library administrator's decision to contribute not another penny of university funds towards supporting terrorist operations.

Morgan was on vacation and not available for comment. UIW President Lou Agnese and board Chairman Fully Clingman also were away and couldn't be reached for comment.

The move outraged [just two] library staffers , who complained the dean was censoring information based on personal beliefs.



Originally the two library staffers were all outraged by the fact their boss was on vacation and they weren't. This fact may explain, too, the relative safety of engaging in all that outrageous complaining which they felt at the time.

As for their last complaint: Yes, a personal belief that the Slimes is working on the side of al-Qaeda to make it easier for the latter to kill us all, could very well form a reasonable basis for any move to save both money and lives by altogether eliminating one source of either organization's funding.

Staff member Jennifer Romo said she and [one of] her co-workers were shocked when they received Morgan's e-mail.

"The censorship is just unspeakable," Romo said. "There is no reason, no matter what your beliefs, to deny a source of information to students."



"Censorship"? Typical liberal exaggeration, to assert that denying someone a very small source of business revenue is tantamount to denying him the "right" to print intelligence information that every al-Qaeda cutthroat, whether literate or not, would find extremely useful.

Although anything that helps deny any such source of information to terrorists is a very big plus for our side, as far as anyone knows the only place the New Espionage Crimes' print edition is no longer publicly available is at one small private Catholic university library in San Antonio, Texas. Even there, no student is being "denied" this source of information. They just have to exercise their right to choose whether to help finance, at a buck a shot, Abill Muslib al-Zitqeller's Open Sending of Aidful Messages to Al-Qaeda (OSAMA-Q) project. They can easily do that at its newsstand down the street, if not right outside the library's front door. (That is, if they don't understand the intricacies of using any of the library's free public computer terminals to access the Internets™ and browse that project's treason-fonted website.)

The removal also runs counter to the American Library Association's Bill of Rights, which states: "Libraries should provide materials and information presenting all points of view on current and historical issues. Materials should not be proscribed or removed because of partisan or doctrinal disapproval."



What about because of specific disapproval of the materials' proven record of repeatedly adhering to our country's mass-murdering enemy, giving him aid and comfort? Is desiring to not be killed by bloodthirsty terrorists some kind of doctrine or an expression of partisanship when you proscribe materials that keep trying to make such desire less probable?

Sheltered liberals and other legal experts roaming the corridors of the ALA or APee may consider materials related to our classified intelligence operations simply another point of view. Fortunately, Americans who love their country and hate her deadly enemies believe with every fiber of their being that these materials should be proscribed from any further appearances on the front pages of the Enemy Times. Barring that, they — and as it so happens, the mandates of U.S. law — will settle on proscribing every unauthorized publisher of any such materials from ever freely walking our streets again.

The New York Times, followed by other papers [one other paper: The Los Angeles Times; the rest were merely regurgitating what was by then old news], published the articles [helpful tipoffs, aka A Few Of The Terrorists' Favorite Things (© Rodgers & Hammerstein Qeller & Litchblau, 2006)]. The Bush administration and conservative bloggers and commentators quickly attacked the reports, lashing out at media, especially the Times. Vice President Dick Cheney singled out the newspaper during a speech in Nebraska. In a letter to the Times posted on the Treasury Department's Web site, outgoing Secretary John Snow said the paper "alerted terrorists to the methods and sources used to track their money trails."



(Above edited for clarity.)

U.S. Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee, said in a letter released Monday that the attorney general should investigate the Times for possible violation of the Espionage Act.



(Above not edited because everything Rep. King, R[ealman]-N.Y., said in that letter is the epitome of clarity.)

The House on Thursday approved a Republican-crafted resolution condemning news organizations for revealing the program, saying the disclosure had "placed the lives of Americans in danger."

The resolution, passed 227-183 on a largely party-line vote, didn't specifically name the Times or other news organizations that reported the story.



(Above would've been edited had the Republican- littlegirl-crafted resolution made abundantly clear exactly who placed all our lives in danger: Abill al-Qeller's The New Treason Times and Mohamedean Attaba al-Quet's The Lose The War Times. Because the Housewives cowardly refused to name names in order to avoid being called bad names in one of bad ol' Abill's egomaniacal front-page letters, there was nothing their toddlers in the Senate could do but cry and run behind Arlen Specter's committee the nearest skirt.

The Times reported Tuesday that its managing editor, Bill K [Osama bill Q]eller, said in an e-mail statement that the decision to publish the story was "a hard call."



After thirteen and a half rounds of "he loves us/he loves us not," it finally settled on the "hard call" that bin Laden does love the al-Qaeda Times.

He noted the Bush administration has launched a number of "broad, secret programs" aimed at fighting terrorism since 9-11.



Whereas "narrow, open programs" aimed at such would be much, much better... for the terrorists.

He went on to say: "I think [sic(k)] it would be arrogant for us to pre-empt the work of Congress and the courts by deciding these programs are perfectly legal and abuse-proof, based entirely on the word of the government."



Whereas pre-empting the work of the Executive Branch — specifically its prosecution of World War IV — by deciding these programs are perfectly suited as another thinly veiled vehicle for your insinuations of illegality and abuse, wouldn't be, Sheik al-Qeller? You've gone off the deep end is more like it.

In his e-mail to library staff, Dean Morgan wrote of a "change in quality and shift in coverage in what was once 'the national newspaper of record'"



That's what happens when a bird-cage liner's executive editor arrogantly decides that being the propaganda arm of Damas (Deanokrat Al-Murthawama Al-Islamophilya), Pelozbu'llah, Dhimmiqrudic Jihad, al-DNC Martyrs' Brigade and other libtardist organizations is much more important than objectively gathering and responsibly reporting facts.

...and said that neither average citizens nor enemy terrorists needed to know about the classified program in a time of war.


Seeing how the Mujahadeen Media doesn't really feel we're at war, there's no point — besides those crowning their collectivist heads — trying to convince them that their "even terrorists have a right to know" editorial policy is dangerously wrong.

Romo, the UIW library staffer, said she respects Morgan's opinion about the newspaper's decision to publish the reports.



Disregard this entire expression of respect. It's about to be completely overshadowed by that Giant But float everyone sees coming down 5th Avenue...

She added, however,


Or his twin brother Giant However...

...that using the university library is the wrong way to express his views.


It's neither a view nor an opinion. It's a judgment. One that people who are responsible for a building's security as well as its occupants' safety have to make every day: "Should I install metal detectors, or not?" "Is the number of fire exits on this floor sufficient, or not?" "Do I continue to support or assist something that's working to get us all killed, or not?" Those sorts of things.

"We understand that pornography and things not of an academic nature don't have a place in the library, but this is the New York Times," Romo said.



Look, if you really feel that passionately devoted to it, why not go all the way and bear Abill Qeller's love child, or something? Just because terrorists and their useful idiots find most of what they read in The Treasonous Crimes helpful and informative doesn't mean anyone else who might visit your library would. Besides, the dispute over how much (not whether) the Show Troopmovement Times knowingly and willfully assists terrorist programs aimed at blowing up buildings like yours is "not of an academic nature" at all.

"Whether it leans either way,


Helping the terrorists or not helping them...

...it is still a staple and representation of views in our country."


Like the view that materials related to our classified intelligence operations should never be kept secret. Or the one that it wouldn't be arrogant to decide all programs administered by a Democorruptic president are perfectly legal and abuse-proof, based entirely on the word of the DNC Whines.

Romo's colleague, Tom Rice, a recent graduate of the University of North Texas library sciences program, said that in pulling the Times, the library contradicted everything he learned in school.



Like how giving financial or other material support to those who repeatedly betray your countrymen to the enemy in time of war is, to say the least, unethical. ...Wait, it's not that at all. Plus he never would've learned that in UNT's library sciences program anyway. This is something he should have learned in the third grade:

"Now, class. Can anyone tell me why they feel the Revolutionary War people were very mad at Benedict Arnold after he told the British some secrets about one of our forts? Yes, Mendell?"

"Miss Churchill, I think it was because he tried to make it easier for the British to shoot and kill our people at that fort."

"Don't you feel that Benedict Arnold weighed this concern very heavily before he decided to tell the British about it?"

"I don't know. All I know is that what he did was very bad. He was trying to hurt us."

"That's your opinion, Mendell. Does anyone have a different opinion? Yes, Jenny. Tell us what you feel."

"I know that Benedict Arnold opposed the war because he thought it was wrong. The Revolutionary War people should not have been so mean to him. It's their fault he did what he did."

"Very good, Jenny. Yes, Tommy? You have something to add?"

"I do, Miss Churchill. Mendell is just a big ol' meany. Everyone should be able to tell anyone whatever they want about anything, as long as it isn't racist and stuff. It's a free country."

"Another excellent point. Thank you, Tommy. Now we'll discuss why some people have fascist attitudes like Mendell's."

"What does fascist mean?"

"Well, Jenny, it can mean many things. But mostly it's when people who call themselves conservatives run around using war as an excuse for stealing other people's oil or shutting down libraries."

"That's mean!"



O.K. So maybe Tommy didn't learn it then, either.

"We felt like we were in an alternate reality when we read the e-mail," Rice said.



This self-awareness of a problem that also exists when he's not reading any e-mails is a healthy first step. Although there is no cure for advanced forms of moonbatitis, effective treatment is available. It usually begins with stopping cold-turkey any more reading of the Spies-R-Us Slimes.

"Then we realized how serious it was."


Listen, drama queen. It wasn't like the dean was hanging swastikas all over the library before burning every book that didn't have a flattering picture of Das Führer Bushitler on its front cover.

He merely canceled the library's subscription to one newspaper whose slogan truly happens to be "All the Intelligence That's Fit for Terrorists."

Andrew Herkovic, communications director for Stanford University's libraries in California, said staffers make decisions about what they collect for readers, but don't make those decisions on political grounds.



Which isn't the case here. On national-security grounds, yes. On not wanting to help anyone who wants to help terrorists grounds, most definitely. Even on thinking that 9-11 was a Bad Thing and having to go through another 9-11 because a traitorous rag makes editorial decisions on nothing but political grounds without the least perceptible regard for our nation's well-being is a Worst Thing grounds.

Dean Morgan isn't the Bad Guy. Traitors whose treason will get thousands more of us killed are, along with their defenders.

Like UIW, Stanford is a private university.

"We would not withhold information from our readers as an expression of disapproval of an important news source," Herkovic said.



Even if that news source helps terrorists increase their potential for getting at and butchering your whole family? How enlightened of you.

Two UIW students studying outside the library Thursday said they took issue with the Times reports, but did not think it was appropriate to remove the newspaper from the library because it's an academic source.



As it so happens both students were in the middle of writing a thesis paper on "The Probable Consequential Sociopolitical Effects and Macroeconomic Costs of Domestic Media's Divulgence of Information Useful to International Terrorist Organizations." They needed the latest issues of the Loose Liblipped Crimes as relevant source material to complete it.

"I don't think they should have done it," said Richard Renteria, a 29-year-old senior.



"How am I ever going to finish my paper if I have to pay actual money to get those latest issues? After all, my fraternity's expecting me to chip in for the kegger next week."

This isn't the first time librarians have resisted pressure to limit patrons' freedom or access to information.



Whhah? Dean Morgan is not an employee, officer, or official of the United States Government or of any government. He's the head of a private Catholic university library. No one and nothing pressured him to exercise his sole authority to cancel its future receipt of any more terrorist aid-and-comfort bulletins. Nothing, that is, other than his obvious, deeply ingrained love of country and a strong sense of personal concern for all his fellow citizens.

This is a very poor segue, Asshaturated Press, into your equally obvious, deeply ingrained love to twist whatever you can into your fantasized "Bushitler Gestapo Shut Down All Libraries And Confiscate All Newspaper Presses" template.

This week, federal authorities dropped their demand under the U.S. Patriot Act for the identities of patrons who logged on to a Connecticut public library computer in February 2005. The decision came more than a year after local librarians resisted and the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit.


Sounds pretty awful, doesn't it? Since the Assiduouslybiased Press isn't one for letting you know the rest of the story, especially when that part contradicts everything its "reporters" learned in al-jazeernalism school (i.e., Conservative baaaad. Liberal goooood. The End. Here's your diploma.), you might want to read the following before trying to figure out the safest route to the Swiss border.

Washington D.C.
FBI National Press Office
(202) 324-3691
For Immediate Release
June 26, 2006


Response To ACLU Statement On Connecticut National Security Letter Case

In May of 2005, the FBI issued a National Security Letter (NSL) to "The Library Connection". The Library Connection is a consortium that provides back office support to a group of Connecticut libraries. The NSL requested information relating to a single computer that had been used to send information about a potential terrorist threat. The NSL states that the FBI was seeking specific information on any subscriber of billing information relating to a specific computer used within the 45 minute time period on the day the threat information was transmitted from a library’s computer. It is important to note that the information sought had nothing to do with obtaining reading lists of library patrons or any other information that would be reasonably considered intrusive upon any individual’s rights as a library patron. Obtaining information that could lead to the identity of the person who used a specific computer, at a specific time, to transmit threat information would have helped the FBI more efficiently investigate and evaluate an alleged threat involving terrorism. Under the law in effect in June 2005, the NSL was the most logical prescribed investigative tool to use in seeking electronic subscriber information in a counterterrorism investigation. Since then, Congress has changed the law as it relates to the secrecy requirements of an NSL in certain cases. That and the fact that the investigation is now complete allow us to engage in this important discussion.

Ultimately, the FBI was able to investigate and over time, discount the threat that was transmitted over this computer that was part of the Library Connection’s network. Conducting that investigation was less efficient because of the failure of the Library Connection to comply with the NSL. In this case, because the threat ultimately was without merit, that delay came at no cost other than slowing the pace of the investigation. In another case, where the threat may be real, the delays incurred in this investigation could have increased the danger of terrorists succeeding. Protecting the rights of Americans against unlawful search and seizure is sacred trust to the men and women of the FBI. Protecting Americans from the threat of terrorism and doing so within the law is our highest priority. It is disingenuous for the ACLU to suggest that preventing the FBI from obtaining information about who used a computer to send information about a potential terrorist threat during a 45 minute period constitutes "a victory not just for librarians but for all Americans who value their privacy."


John Miller
Assistant Director
Federal Bureau of Investigation


So more than a few relevant facts were missing from AssPoo's unfair, unbalanced account.

At least one media-watcher said she doubts Morgan's move will have much impact.

"In the real world, it's an almost futile act on many levels," said Kelly McBride, ethics [sic(ko)] group leader at the Poynter Institute, a journalism think tank in St. Petersburg, Fla. [named after "one of the most progressive" (that's "liberal" for those of you in Rio Linda®) "publishers in the United States"]. "From what we know about the reading habits of college students, it will not make a difference because they read online."

mludwig@express-news.net

The Associated Alwaysbiased Press contributed to this report.



Then why all this big to-do if Dean Morgan's "almost futile act on many levels" — including attempting his level best to save money and lives — won't "have much impact"?

The worst part of the rest of this story is that, in only two days' time, Dean Morgan received plenty of external pressure to abandon any and all thought of refusing to contribute his library's funds toward the treasonous activities of terrorist-assisting wordsmiths. Consequently, not even he could resist all those girlish high-pitched shrieks commonly known as Incessant Liberal Whining™.

Fortunately a burgeoning number of press organizations which, like Dean Morgan, know that assisting terrorists is dangerous and irresponsible, not only are able to resist ILW in all its forms but actually make a very good living raking every odious opus of it over the factual coals. Among them is Human Events. Just as it did when a representative of the American Library Association's "book-smart, reality-stupid, Bush-deranged bigots" bad-mouthed our First Lady last month, the magazine's writers took great umbrage at NYTraitors appointing itself Declassifier-in-Chief of all our country's most sensitive war plans.

Echoing Congressman King, the editors weren't shy about recommending the only appropriate plan that comprehensively answers "What to do about the Crimes' treason?"

It is time for the U.S. Justice Department to squeeze the Old Gray Lady until she squeals.

New York Times Editor Bill Keller and some of his reporters need to be hauled before a grand jury and forced to reveal who told them about a secret U.S. government program designed to detect financial transactions among al Qaeda terrorists.

If they refuse to cooperate, they should go to jail.

If liberal friends of the Times complain, they should encounter a simple refrain: Remember Valerie Plame.
...

It is highly likely the sources who leaked this story to the New York Times violated the law. Keller and his reporters are indispensable witnesses to that potential crime. This is not the sort of garden variety leak to the press that might call for prosecutorial discretion. It is a leak that damaged the U.S. cause in a congressionally authorized war against a murderous enemy.

The Plame case is a joke compared to this. Atty. Gen. Gonzales should name a special counsel. The counsel should subpoena relevant reporters and editors from the Times. They should be required to name names. The leakers should be prosecuted.



Columnist and Atlas Economic Research Foundation senior fellow Deroy Murdock understands that, while his hometown's largest newspaper al-Qaeda cell obviously has no sense of self-preservation, not even this can excuse its betraying the rest of us to homicidal islamonazis:

CIA, FBI, and NSA work tirelessly to connect the dots, which President Bush's critics (including the Times) slammed Bush for not doing before 9/11. Now that Washington connects the dots, the Times disconnects them....

The Justice Department should prosecute the officials who leaked the TFTP story and the Times-niks who publicized it. There is nothing funny about making it easier for al-Qaeda and its allies to turn Americans into body parts. Handcuffing a few disloyal newsmen and their bureaucratic sources for aiding and comforting our wartime enemies will telegraph this message.



Author and Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation president Don Feder recognizes that the Crimes' suicidal tendencies, including its overt acts of treason, are only symptoms of a much larger anti-America disorder inflicting its increasingly deranged self.

What connects the Times disclosure of a sensitive intelligence operation (while Americans are dying in the war on terrorism) and its insistence on cramming an amnesty down our throats is a blinding hatred for America.

The New York Times wants America to lose the war on terrorism. Immigration is the elite's own weapon of mass destruction. Along with multiculturalism, bilingualism, hate-crimes legislation and quotas, they are using it to deconstruct America.

They dream of an America where the majority will feel no loyalty to the land, the flag or the heritage it represents, an America without a national language (where a fragmented population will babble at each other in a multitude of tongues), an America too divided to assert itself internationally, an America without borders, where a de facto merger of the United States and Mexico has been achieved, an America where government and multinational corporations will rule every aspect of our lives.

Finally, the Times' editorial ["The Immigration Road Show"] moves from anger to absurdity. "The American people ... Deserve action on a good immigration bill (read: amnesty plus guest wreckers), and if this do-nothing Congress won't give it to them, they should elect a Congress that will."



Certainly not all deranged Bush-haters are as deadly, heinous, sinister, despicable, villainous, and venal as the Glued On Stupid Slimes. Then again, most of them don't own a printing press. Otherwise we'd have more than just two outlaws on the loose desperately looking for a hideout among the briers and cactuses of Excuse Canyon.


IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
CRIMINAL DIVISION


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

v.

WILLIAM KELLER,
a/k/a "Bill Keller,"
a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller,"
a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller,"
a/k/a "The Arrogant One,"
ERIC LICHTBLAU,
JAMES RISEN,
BARCLAY WALSH,

Defendants.
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THE GRAND JURY CHARGES:

On or about June 23, 2006, in the Southern District of New York, and elsewhere, the Defendants, WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH, did knowingly conduct and attempt to conduct the following overt acts of treason and espionage against the United States of America, which involved the willful disclosure of highly sensitive and classified information relating to the national defense of the United States, including to the specified war efforts and war plans of the government of the United States, that is, for the purpose of obtaining information respecting the national defense with intent or reason to believe that the information is to be used to the injury of the United States copy, take, make, or obtain, or attempt to copy, take, make, or obtain, any plan, document, writing, or note of anything connected with the national defense, and for the purpose aforesaid, receive or obtain or agree or attempt to receive or obtain from any person, or from any source whatever, any document, writing, plan, or note of anything connected with the national defense, knowing or having reason to believe, at the time they receive or obtain, or agree or attempt to receive or obtain it, that it has been or will be obtained, taken, made, or disposed of by any person contrary to the provisions of Title 18, Part I, Chapter 37, United States Code, and having unauthorized possession of, access to, or control over any document, writing, plan, or note relating to the national defense, or information relating to the national defense which information the possessors have reason to believe could be used to the injury of the United States, willfully communicate, deliver, transmit or cause to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted, or attempt to communicate, deliver, transmit or cause to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted the same to any person not entitled to receive it, or willfully retain the same and fail to deliver it to the officer or employee of the United States entitled to receive it, in violation of Title 18, Section 793, United States Code, and conspire to violate the same, and with intent or reason to believe that it is to be used to the injury of the United States communicate, deliver, or transmit, or attempt to communicate, deliver, or transmit, to any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, either directly or indirectly, any document, writing, plan, note, or information relating to the national defense, and these acts having directly concerned a means of defense against large-scale attack, war plans, communications intelligence information, or other major element of defense strategy, and, in time of war, with intent that the same shall be communicated to the enemy, collect, record, publish, or communicate, or attempt to elicit any information with respect to the plans or conduct, or supposed plans or conduct of any military operations, or with respect to any works or measures undertaken for or connected with, or intended for the defense of any place, or any other information relating to the public defense, which might be useful to the enemy, in violation of Title 18, Section 794, United States Code, and conspire to violate the same, and together and separately knowingly and willfully communicate, furnish, transmit, or otherwise make available to an unauthorized person, or publish, or use in any manner prejudicial to the safety or interest of the United States or to the detriment of the United States any classified information concerning the communication intelligence activities of the United States, in violation of Title 18, Section 798, United States Code.

At all relevant times,

COUNT ONE

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning the role, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, of the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (TFTP) in capturing RIDUAN ISAMUDDIN, a/k/a "Hambali," a/k/a "'Osama bin Laden' of South East Asia," a known member of one or more such groups: "the program has played a hidden role in domestic and foreign terrorism investigations since 2001 and helped in the capture of the most wanted Qaeda figure in Southeast Asia, the officials said" and "Among the successes was the capture of a Qaeda operative, Riduan Isamuddin, better known as Hambali, believed to be the mastermind of the 2002 bombing of a Bali resort, several officials said. The Swift data identified a previously unknown figure in Southeast Asia who had financial dealings with a person suspected of being a member of Al Qaeda; that link helped locate Hambali in Thailand in 2003, they said";

COUNT TWO

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning the relationship, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, between TFTP and the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT or "Swift") as well as the defendants' knowledge of the classified nature of that relationship: "Few government officials knew much about the consortium, which is led by a Brooklyn native, Leonard H. Schrank, but they quickly discovered it offered unparalleled access to international transactions" and "Nearly 20 current and former government officials and industry executives discussed aspects of the Swift operation with The New York Times on condition of anonymity because the program remains classified";

COUNT THREE

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning TFTP's specific monitoring of money transfers, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, to certain types of front organizations belonging to such groups within the United States: "officials have also been keenly interested in international transfers of money by individuals, businesses, charities and other groups under suspicion inside the United States" and "In the United States, the program has provided financial data in investigations into possible domestic terrorist cells as well as inquiries of Islamic charities with suspected of having links to extremists, the officials said";

COUNT FOUR

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning a specific operation and its methods under TFTP, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, to track transfers of money from bank accounts in Saudi Arabia used by members of such groups to mosques in New York used by other such members: "The cooperative's message traffic allows investigators, for example, to track money from the Saudi bank account of a suspected terrorist to a mosque in New York. Starting with tips from intelligence reports about specific targets, agents search the database in what one official described as a '24-7' operation. Customers' names, bank account numbers and other identifying information can be retrieved, the officials said";

COUNT FIVE

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning several specified physical and time limitations of TFTP's methods and operations, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, which are vulnerabilities that members of such groups could exploit to change and better conceal how they transfer, deposit, spend, and otherwise use money for making possible international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor: "The data does not allow the government to track routine financial activity, like A.T.M. withdrawals, confined to this country, or to see bank balances, Treasury officials said. And the information is not provided in real time — Swift generally turns it over several weeks later" and "Mr. Levey said the program was used only to examine records of individuals or entities, not for broader data searches.";

COUNT SIX

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning the precise role, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, of TFTP in capturing UZAIR PARACHA, a Pakistani national convicted of providing material support to one or more such groups: "The data also helped identify a Brooklyn man who was convicted on terrorism-related charges last year, the officials said. The man, Uzair Paracha, who worked at a New York import business, aided a Qaeda operative in Pakistan by agreeing to launder $200,000 through a Karachi bank, prosecutors said";

COUNT SEVEN

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning the specified focus, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, of TFTP on SWIFT administered transfers to and from two named countries involving one or more members of such groups: "Intelligence officials paid particular attention to transfers to or from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates because most of the 9/11 hijackers were from those countries";

COUNT EIGHT

Defendants WILLIAM KELLER, a/k/a "Bill Keller," a/k/a "Abill Mooselib al-zarQeller," a/k/a "Sheik Osama bill Qeller," a/k/a "The Arrogant One," ERIC LICHTBLAU, JAMES RISEN, and BARCLAY WALSH did unlawfully, knowingly and willfully conspire, confederate and agree together and with others, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to commit the offense against the United States of having unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over information relating to the national defense, including war plans and communication intelligence activities, and willfully communicate, deliver, publish and transmit that information directly and indirectly to a person or persons not entitled to receive it, including any faction or party or military force within a foreign country, whether recognized or unrecognized by the United States, or to any representative, officer, agent, employee, or subject thereof, having reason to believe that said information could be used to the injury of the United States, a violation of Title 18, Sections 793, 794, and 798, United States Code; namely, the following information concerning the level of coordination and cooperation, previously unknown to one or more groups presently engaged in international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor against the United States, between TFTP and SWIFT with respect to the collection and analysis of foreign intelligence information as well as to specified limitations of such collection and analysis which are vulnerabilities that members of such groups could exploit to change and better conceal how they transfer, deposit, spend, and otherwise use money for making possible international terrorism or activities in preparation therefor, including discovering, intimidating, kidnapping, physically harming, and murdering SWIFT representatives who presently or prospectively may be cooperating with TFTP: "Swift representatives would be stationed alongside intelligence officials and could block any searches considered inappropriate, several officials said";

A TRUE BILL.


________________________
FOREPERSON


___________, 2006
DATE


___________________________
MICHAEL J. GARCIA
United States Attorney


___________________________
ALEXANDER H. SOUTHWELL
Assistant United States Attorney

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