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"NATO began its mission to airlift aid to the United States on Sunday, sending a cargo plane to the Czech Republic to load up with blankets, camp beds and tents bound for the stricken Gulf Coast."

"The converted Boeing 707 was expected to fly the Czech supplies to Little Rock, Arkansas, on Monday," September 12, 2005, "in the first such flight since the 26 NATO allies agreed Friday," September 9, 2005, "to mobilize planes and ships to rush aid to regions hit by Hurricane Katrina."

"´The NATO alliance is ready to do its part in diminishing´ the suffering caused by the hurricane, said NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Schaeffer.

"De Hoop Schaeffer said the alliance will need at least two large transport ships from its elite NATO Response Force with a capacity to carry 600 military trucks."

The Boeing 707 is one of several "aircraft used to train crews for the alliance´s fleet of AWACS surveillance planes."

"Two ships from Denmark and Norway were due to load up with more heavy cargo for the United States under the command of the elite NATO Response Force."

"Once loaded, they are expected to take about 14 days to cross the Atlantic, said a statement last Saturday," September 10, 2005, "from NATO´s military command in southern Belgium. The ships can carry the equivalent of 600 large trucks."

"The United States first asked NATO for help on Sunday, September 4, 2005."

This was one day after President Bush unilaterally revoked the Posse Comitatus Act and sent active-duty regular Army troops from the 82nd Airborne Division and the 1st Cavalry Division into New Orleans.

But not everyone in the USA is enchanted with the idea of armed foreign troops patrolling American streets.

"This was predicted ten years ago by Mark Koernke (better known as short-wave radio talk show host Mark from Michigan--J.T.)," said "Patricia of the Militia," who added, "I´ll bet that´s why he´s still in jail. He knew too much about NATO´s long-term plans."

"So Poppy Junior is giving Texas back to Mexico, and Louisiana back to France," commented Jim Danvers, "Who do you suppose is going to get custody of Mississippi, Joe?"

"That´s an easy one--Israel," UFO Roundup editor Joseph Trainor replied, "Practically nobody in the USA has ever heard of Theodor Herzl or the book he wrote back in 1904 entitled The Jewish State. Herzl was a Jewish journalist from Vienna who covered the anti-Semitic uprisings in France in 1898 and the Captain Dreyfuss case during the same period. It was Herzl who fleshed out the ideas for a Jewish state in Palestine in his 1904 book. Herzl also thought his future state would need colonies, specifically ´farm colonies along the Mississippi River and the River Plate (Rio de la Plata in Argentina--J.T.).´ I´ve always wondered what the USA´s president at the time of the book´s publication, Teddy Roosevelt, would have thought about those ´farm colonies in Mississippi.´ But there´s no telling if T.R. ever read Herzl´s book."

"Of course, Mississippi just won´t be the same under Israeli rule. No more Confederate flags. No more pretty girls in Daisy Dukes. No more good old boys riding around in pickup trucks with a shotgun on the rack and a hound dog hanging out the side window. Just a whole lot of black-hat, weird-beard Hasidic Jews bowing their asses off. Kishke King replaces Burger King. Under enlightened Israeli rule, barbarian Mississippi will be raised upward, ever upward, until it looks just like the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn." (See the Ashland, Wis. Daily Press for September 11, 2005, "NATO begins mission to aid Katrina victims." Many thanks to Rick Halvorsen, Jim Danvers and others for this news story.)
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