Wednesday, June 28, 2006


By de Andréa

al Qaida definitely has a friend in the New York Times. After the 911 attack by Islam on America, the New York Times demanded that the U.S. Government develop a way of tracking the flow of monies to al Qaida in the support of terrorism. This passed week the New York Times committed Treason by printing the top secret Federal program of tracking Al Qaida money laundering in the U.S. and all over the world.

While the media is very careful not to divulge the sources of their Information to protect their own interests they for some twisted reason find it perfect okay to support America’s enemies by giving top secret information to our enemy in the middle of a war.

This writer is a WWII baby, growing up during the 2nd World War and the Korean War, I know that the editor of the Times or any other news agency that printed the Navaho language or printed the fact that we knew the German code, during that time; they and all their employees would have been arrested and probably never heard from again.

The result of this program involving U.S. and foreign banks watching for the flow of money and money transfers among suspected entities led to the resent foiling of both foreign and domestic terrorists attacks.

The result of the New York Times Aid to the enemy by exposing this top secret project has led to all foreign, and some domestic banks pulling out, and thereby gutting the project. The next attack on the U.S. may be on the New York Times building and our CIA has just lost one very important way of discovering this before the fact.

The Los Angles Times apparently had this Information as well, but chose to sit on it, that is until New York broke the story, then they too joined in on this conspiracy to help al Qaida defeat America.

Because this is not the first time The New York Times has committed treason, someone should check to see if the N.Y. Times is being held hostage by Islam. The two previous High Crimes against America by the N.Y. Times was the exposure of the N.S.A. tracking communications, and then the keeping and cross referencing of phone records. Someone needs to stop these people!

"The Federal statute on treason,18 USC 2381 provides in relevant part: "Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States...adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and under this title at minimum be fined not less than 10,000 and be imprisoned not less than five years, or at maximum suffer death".

THE BOTTOM LINE: Should the People at the New York Times Be brought up on Charges and tried for treason? The Law of Treason finds its roots back more than 600 years to Britain’s Treason Act of 1351, which defines High Treason as giving aid and or comfort to the enemies of the Realm. So they can’t say they didn’t know about it. I say “ang em matee, ang em igh”…

de Andréa

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