While there are many newsworthy events of
2004, reviewed below are only those relevant to the Planned World
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Baghdad Truck Bomb
January 18: The new year sees no respite from the violence
in Iraq. The year's first attack sees about 25 people killed
and 130 injured when a pick-up truck explodes outside the
US-led coalition's fortified compound in the capital, Baghdad.
Deadly Iraq Attack
February 11: A massive car bomb kills about 50 people at a
police station south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, as
civilians line up to apply for jobs. The attack, which wounds
at least 75 other people, is one of the deadliest strikes on
Iraqis working with US occupation forces. A day later another
car bomb attack in Baghdad kills nearly 40 people.
February 24: Conservatives in Iran win parliamentary
elections sparking a fresh round of political in fighting
after the controversial polls saw a record low voter turnout.
The elections were also the subject of tough international
February 25: A powerful earthquake kills about 560 people
in northern Morocco, toppling mud-brick homes and burying
residents in their sleep under tons of rubble.
Iraq Holy Day Bombings
March 3: Simultaneous explosions in Baghdad and the holy
city of Karbala in Iraq claim up to 170 lives as millions of
Shiite Muslims marked Ashura, one of their holiest days. The
Iraqi Governing Council blames a Jordanian who Washington says
is working for Al Qaeda and trying to fuel chaos in Iraq.
Later that month, insurgents kill at least 29 people and wound
dozens when a powerful car bomb devastates three buildings
near a central Baghdad hotel.
Spain Terrorist Attack
March 11: More than 200 people are killed and around 600
injured in a series of blasts which rip through Madrid railway
stations, exactly 911 days after September 11, 2001. Days later the Socialists
win the national election, an outcome attributed to the
party's policy of bringing the troops home from Iraq.
For the truth behind these attacks see the account of
Joe Vialls and my analysis of the Illuminati signature on
this event: Madrid blast.
Putin Election Win
March 15: Russian President Vladimir Putin sweeps back
into the Kremlin after a landslide election win.
Hamas Founder Killed
March 22: The founder and spiritual leader of Hamas,
Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, is killed in an Israeli air strike in the
April 1: Four US civilian contractors are killed in a
brutal ambush in Fallujah. The contractors were killed when
gunmen ambushed two four-wheel-drive vehicles, touching off an
orgy of violence that saw at least two charred bodies
mutilated. Meanwhile, bloody turmoil in Iraq marks the first
anniversary of Saddam Hussein's fall with Sunni and Shiite
rebels battling US-led forces and holding three Japanese and
several other foreign hostages. As the month progresses,
photographs surface which show Iraqi prisoners being abused by
US soldiers in Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison.
Hamas Leader Killed
April 18: The leader of the Palestinian militant group
Hamas, Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi, is killed in an Israeli air
strike on the Gaza Strip.
N Korean Train Disaster
April 22: North Korea declares a state of emergency after
a blast at a railway station reportedly leaves 3,000 people
dead or injured, according to the Yonhap news agency. A few
days later the death toll is revised to around 160. In
June North Korea's state security agency determined that the
blast was a botched effort to kill North Korean dictator Kim
American Beheaded in Iraq
May: The situation in Iraq dominates the news with a
series of bombings. A suicide car bomb kills the head of the
US-installed Iraqi Governing Council and at least eight other
people outside the US coalition headquarters in Baghdad. The
US Army says it killed about 40 people in an attack on
suspected foreign fighters in Iraq near the Syrian border, but
has disputed reports that the victims were members of a
wedding party. American Nicholas Berg is beheaded in Iraq and
a US soldier Jeremy Sivits is sentenced in a court martial to
the maximum one-year jail term for his role in the abuse and
humiliation of Iraqi prisoners. New Iraqi prison abuse photos
also surface this month.
Iraqi President Named
June 1: A tribal leader from northern Iraq, Ghazi Yawar
becomes the country's interim (puppet) president. During the month
militants behead a South Korean hostage in Iraq after Seoul
refuses their demand to withdraw its troops from the country.
About 75 people are killed and more than 260 wounded as rebels
in the central cities of Baquba, Fallujah and Ramadi as well
as Mosul to the north launch dawn assaults on police stations
and other official buildings, sparking clashes with US
military and Iraqi police. On June 29 Iraq's occupying powers
formally transfer power to an interim (US elected and
sponsored) Iraqi Government two
days earlier than expected, in a bid to head off an expected
wave of violence. In Iraq and Afghanistan, and
elsewhere where the CIA have installed client totalitarian
regimes, there is resistance that shows no signs of abating.
The opposite in fact. And the more repressive the US forces
become so the more the people who have lost their sovereign
nation join the resistance. An empty victory indeed.
June 6: Tens of thousands of Allied veterans who survived
the D-day campaign of World War II are honored in poignant
ceremonies 60 years after the battle. The ceremony also
allows Bush the opportunity to meet with many world leaders,
immediately after the
Bilderberg meetings in Italy from June 3.
Sept 11 Failure
July 23: A national commission probing the September 11
attacks in the US finds "failures of imagination, policy,
capabilities and management" by the United States government
and recommends a sweeping overhaul of intelligence services.
The foregone conclusion obviously exonerated Bush and his
entire Cabinet of any responsibility in the attacks.
This verdict set the stage for further encroachments upon
individuals' liberties and freedoms by setting forth 41
recommendations that would "solve" these imaginary
"intelligence failures". However, for a more
accurate perspective on 911, see
Terrorist Alert Level Raised to Orange (High)
August 1: Just hours after the Democrat Party nominated
John Kerry as President, the Bush Administration turned to its
"incumbency advantage" to announce a terrorist alert in New
York City, elevating the alert level to Orange. Immediately,
the Democrats cried "foul" because such action virtually
eliminated any poll "bounce" Kerry might have expected
following his nomination. However, in an embarrassing
turn of events, Homeland Security Chief Ridge was forced to
quickly admit that the intelligence information upon which he
based his terror alert was three years old.
August 12: US Marines backed by aircraft and tanks launch
a major offensive to crush a Shiite militia rebellion in the
holy Iraqi city of Najaf.
Olympics Return to Athens
August 13: The first Olympic Games since the 9/11 attacks returns to their birthplace of
Athens. Because of security concerns, Greece put in
place the most expensive Olympic security plan yet, worth more
than $1.22 billion. This included a seven-nation
security advisory group, consisting of France, Germany,
Israel, Spain, the United States, Britain and Australia to
provide intelligence and training, and called on NATO for air
and sea patrols.
Two Simultaneous Plane Crashes in Russia
August 25: 90 people die in two plane crashes in separate
parts of Russia, triggering immediate fears of terrorism.
Beslan Terrorist Attack
September 1: Armed militants attack a school in the
southern Russian province of North Ossetia near Chechnya and
hold teachers, school children and parents hostage. The siege,
in the town of Beslan, ends three days later with more than
300 people killed. Many refer to this incident as
On the same day, a suicide bomber kills 10 people in a subway
station. Putin immediately made a fighting speech just
as did President Bush, calling for a national mobilization to
fight this long-term terror war.
Putin Follows in Bush's Steps
September 8: Putin announces a new policy of unilateral
pre-emptive strikes before an "enemy" can strike Russia, a
disturbing parallel to Bush's pre-emptive strike doctrine.
This means Russia is willing to attack another nation on
suspicion only, in much the same way the US attacked Iraq.
In the months following the 9/11 attacks, President Bush and
Attorney General Ashcroft demanded dictatorial powers, which
the Congress meekly gave them in a bill called the "Patriot
Act". Much later, Patriot Act II was signed into law, giving
the government even more dictatorial powers. Will Putin
propose and receive from his parliament, the same type of
October 9: The family of Kenneth Bigley, the British
engineer taken hostage in Iraq in September confirms he had
been killed. His death follows that of two other US hostages -
Eugene Armstrong and Jack Hensley.
October 9: John Howard wins a fourth term as Prime
Minister of Australia and the Liberals return to government with an
increased majority in the Parliament and control of the
Senate. The Labor Party is left in turmoil with leader Mark
Latham facing criticism over his handling of the campaign.
Another engineered election?
November: Insurgents detonate four car bombs and attack
police stations in the Iraqi city of Samarra, killing at least
37 people and wounding 62. US forces begin their offensive in
Fallujah in a bid to target Saddam Hussein loyalists and
militants allied to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. The US says hundreds
of insurgents have been killed in Fallujah as US and Iraqi
troops sweep through the besieged Iraqi city. Iraq's interim
Government also declares a state of emergency for 60 days to
quell violence gripping the country ahead of January
November 2: After extremely effective vote rigging using
electronic voting systems, the US election is held and Republican
President George W Bush is re-elected to govern for a second
term, supposedly defeating Democrat candidate Senator John Kerry.
bilderberg.org for detailed analysis.
Further Vote Rigging - Ukraine
November 24: Yushchenko accuses authorities
of rigging the vote in favor of Yanukovych and announced a
campaign of civil disobedience. Opposition protests in Kiev, Ukraine,
stretched into a third day, and the police said that previous
crowds numbered 40,000, though independent estimates were as
high as 200,000. Kiev's main square was marked by a near-total
absence of police officers..... The Ukrainian upheaval
echoes what happened in Georgia, where protests over vote
rigging led to the resignation of a Moscow-linked president
and a landslide victory of a young, Western-educated and
Palestinian Leader Dies
November 11: Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat dies aged
75. Note the Illuminati signature in this death: Nov is
the 11th month; 11 was the date. In addition it was
stated by Haaretz that Arafat died at 3.30am which is a 33.
Long time readers will know about the Illumnist signature on
events of world import. Israeli, American and
Palestinian governments moved into diplomatic high gear
immediately after Arafat was buried, to ensure that Sharon's
Unilateral Disengagement Plan would move forward even without
Five Election Workers Killed in Baghdad
December 19: Election workers dragged from their car as
they were traveling to work and shot by insurgents, as a
chilling reminder of what might happen to other Iraqi's who
take part in elections on January 30th. See
Suicide Bomb Attack on US Base
December 23: An insurgent from the Ansar al-Sunnah Army
successfully infiltrated a secure US military base near Mosul
and detonated a suicide bomb, killing at least 22.
Shortly after the attack, a major military contractor,
Contrack International, quit a $325m contract, citing
prohibitive security costs as the reason.
Massive SE Asian Earthquake & Tsunami's
December 26: Exactly 1 year after an earthquake kills
30,000 in Iran, an undersea earthquake triggers tsunami waves
that kill more than 300,000 across 12 countries, from Thailand
to Africa. See report.
Joe Vialls claims this was the largest single war crime in
global history. See the
India Questions Whether Asian Tsunami Was Engineered
"If an earthquake and Tsunami can be created
artificially and directed to a specific enemy, it can
literally create havoc to the enemy. Weather control,
controlling tectonic plate movements, electromagnetic wave
simulated weaponry are all on the table of many countries ...
Many all around the world are puzzled with the fact that
Tsunamis never happen in South Asia. Also is perplexing is the
fact that Tsunamis traveled 1000 miles at a speed of 500 miles
an hour and smashed the coastal lines of South and South east
Asia where Tsunamis do not happen." See
Sharon Seals New Israel Coalition
Israeli PM Ariel Sharon and opposition leader Shimon
Peres agree a compromise deal which paves the way for a new
coalition government. Israel now has the stable,
firm-footed government it needs if it is to forge ahead with
forced evacuations of Jewish settlements located throughout
the areas which are designated to be controlled by the
Half of 2004 Deadliest Ever for US Troops
A total of 503 US soldiers killed in the last 6 months
of 2004. 'There is no question the growing death
toll indicates a growing insurgency', Jorst Hiltermann, Middle
East director of the International Crisis Group, said. See
Middle East Online.
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