Thames Torso Killing: Sacrifice or Extremist Christian Scam?
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Number 486, September 28, 2008
"We ought to show that we are serious about liberty."

Britain Needs Guns!

Dollar Gas!
Dollar Gas!
(larger version print as bumper sticker!)
(Or buy one already printed from Artemis Zuna Trading Post)
See also: What Part of "One Dollar Gas" Did You Fail to Understand? by L. Neil Smith

by Rex May



Last week I discovered that some of my affiliate program links no longer worked because certain ones had expired. It would have been nice if they had told me about this! Anyway, I've put in a new method of managing affiliate programs so the links can be kept constantly up-to-date.

Which brings me around to a check that came today from of of the affiliate managers for the majestic sum of $1.40. Well, golly! Come-on, folks, surely SOME of these links are to people who will sell you the stuff you want and need! So get to clicking, please. And don't forget "direct deposit":

which helps too.

But enough about money, after all if a Great Depression is coming, we're all screwed anyway, right? Right. On that note, welcome to Issue Number 486!

Ken Holder

P.S.: don't forget our Publisher's Note: A Call For "Papers"

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Letters to the Editor
from Ann Morgan, A.X. Perez, Ward Griffiths, Darian Worden, Paul Bonneau, and Robert Jackman

Thames Torso Killing: Sacrifice or Extremist Christian Scam?
by Jimmy Lee Shreeve
In 2001, the torso of a little black boy was found floating in the River Thames. The case has never been solved. But Scotland Yard believe it was a Juju ritual human sacrifice. British journalist Jimmy Lee Shreeve, however, has uncovered evidence to suggest that extremist Christians hi-jacked the investigation in a bid to revive the "satanic panic" of the 1980s.

Open Letter to Professor Kevin Barrett
A Keyhole for Alex Jones and the rest of us to peek through, if we will

by Robert Jackman
My name is Robert Jackman and am known to Len Osanic and Jim Fetzer who I suspect You are acquainted. My distant Cousin is the Late L. Fletcher Prouty who was no stranger to Black Operations and the insane suggestions ala "The Report From Iron Mountain" heard round the Pentagon lunch counter decades prior to 9-11. Perhaps You have read "JFK: The CIA and Viet Nam" or "Understanding Special Operations" a free online book thanks to David Ratcliffe.

A Message to All Illegal Immigrants
by Sean Gangol
For all the immigrants who have come to this country illegally, I offer some advice. I know the majority of you have crossed the border out of desperation. I also know that your intentions in this country are to seek a better life through hard work. From the way your country is being run by corrupt socialist leaders, I can understand why many of you have come to the United States. Of course, the Free Trade Agreement sham has not helped either.

Repairing the Unrepairable
by Robert Jackman
Be simple enough if we could admit we are merely a nation of farmers and inventors. We are not up to being a cutthroat Empire. Can't afford it. Let some other Sick Bastard try to make a buck off of Empire. Let his people pay the price.

'Fess Up
by A.X. Perez
Admit it. You cheered when the soldiers confined self important political leaders in various movies. You clapped and laughed when the bad guys were subjected to full body searches, including those involving KY jelly.

My Answer to a Message from Tatiana Covington
by L. Neil Smith
As you know, I'm a staunch, life-long atheist, and my opinion, after many decades of study, is that all religions are equally wacky.

Roswell Texas
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by L. Neil Smith
Illustrated by Scott Bieser
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