The Journal of History     Winter 2008    TABLE OF CONTENTS

Did You Know?

French President Nicolas Sarkozy

French President Nicolas Sarkozy was recruited as an Israeli spy, and is alleged to have performed espionage activities on behalf of Mossad according to Le Figaro. It was kept quiet prior to the election.
Read details at


Benazir Bhutto's Assassination

3:55pm ESTime, CNN/HNN, Wolf Blitzer just said, "Neither bullets nor the bomb caused the death of Benazir Bhutto."

Then they went to a commercial.

First the Pakistani version of Prescott Bush's Little Hitler factory plastic dashboard messiah said that Benazir Bhutto had been killed by bullets and a bomb blast. Then they said, no, no bullets or bomb fragments, but blunt force trauma from a sharp right angle corner on a hinge below the sunroof cover.

Then the Daily News grocery store tabloid published a photo covering the front page, titled, "Seconds Before Assassination," I think it was. That photo showed the sun roof covers being at a different angle than Prescott's Little Hitler factory had been showing us. If the sunroof covers were down like the photo showed, the sharp right angle was not available for Bhuto to commit suicide with.

At that point Prescott's Little Hitler could change the story yet again, to saying that Bhutto had snapped her neck, another form of suicide. This does nothing to explain how Prescott's Little Hitler found blood on the unused blunt force trauma instrument hidden under the sunroof lid, if it was not used.

All they have to do is stall for a few hours and people lose interest, or another event provides excuse to shift press coverage away.

Posted by Bob Dodds on CIA-drugs listserv on December 30, 2007



"Dr. H. J. Roberts, a diabetic specialist and expert on Aspartame poisoning, states that when he took patients off of Aspartame, their average weight loss was 19 pounds per person."
Posted on CIA-drugs listserv on November 11, 2007


Warren E. Buffett

Warren E. Buffett, owner of BerkshireHathaway, is a director of The Washington Post Company.
Taken from a post on CIA-drugs listserv dated January 24, 2008


New York Times and the CIA

NY Times columnist says his newspaper took CIA cash
For those in the know there is no big shock here regarding the information, but to admit it is unusual. See at
Taken from a post by MA PA on CIA-drugs listserv dated January 23, 2008


The Journal of History - Winter 2008 Copyright © 2008 by News Source, Inc.