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Antaletriangle 03-03-2009 08:38 PM

Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
A "don't miss" show, topic: Prelude to a Bloodbath – Now It Begins, listen
Apologies, as i noticed adarajones had already posted a thread on this but below is the direct download link.

Dantheman62 03-03-2009 09:48 PM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
I'm sorry but I got half way through and shut it off. I don't know who this Hawk guy is and really don't care, but what a bunch of hot air. Talk about sensationalism, wow.

dagon 03-03-2009 10:47 PM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
can I get a web site address?

thank you.

Czymra 03-03-2009 10:54 PM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
I can't even take in all that info.

dagon 03-03-2009 11:07 PM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.

Originally Posted by Czymra (Post 117621)
I can't even take in all that info.

if you lived in calif . you would. accept for the god fearing christian parts

THE eXchanger 03-04-2009 02:23 AM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
wasn't this guy a member of avalon ???

xavier hawk ?

Dantheman62 03-04-2009 02:27 AM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
Also known as Thunderbird?, I don't think it's the same guy, plus T-bird lives in Florida, and I think this Hawk guy is in Texas maybe.

Dantheman62 03-04-2009 02:39 AM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
Mexico troops move in to retake warring border city,

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (Reuters) – Hundreds of heavily armed soldiers fanned out across Mexico's bloodiest drug war city on Tuesday, trying to prevent a collapse in law and order just south of the U.S. border.

Sirens blared as the army staged one of its biggest troop build-ups in years in Ciudad Juarez, a desert city across the border from El Paso, Texas, where near-daily clashes between drug gangs and police have terrified residents.

Infamous in the 1990s for the unsolved murders of hundreds of women, Ciudad Juarez is now engulfed in the worst drug violence in Mexico as cartels in league with corrupt cops fight over one of the country's most profitable smuggling routes.

More than 2,000 people have been murdered in the area over the past year and drug gang hitmen showed their power last month by forcing the city's police chief to resign with a threat to keep killing police officers until he quit.

"We've got to show we can achieve security in Juarez, for Mexico's sake, for its economy, for people's lives, for our international reputation," said Victor Valencia, the Chihuahua state governor's representative in Ciudad Juarez.

Ciudad Juarez is prized for its location smack in the middle of the 2,000 mile border with road and rail links deep into the United States. The Pacific-coast Sinaloa gang, led by top fugitive Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman, is one of several fighting for control of the city.

Mexico's police forces are tainted up to the highest levels by corruption and direct links to the drug cartels, and President Felipe Calderon has staked his reputation on a nationwide army-led crackdown on cartels.

Ciudad Juarez is now the most crucial battleground of a war that killed more than 6,000 people across Mexico last year and is scaring off investors in cities near the border.

"The solution is with the military. The federal, state and municipal police are infiltrated by organized crime," Valencia told Reuters.

The army expects to have 7,500 soldiers and federal police stationed in Ciudad Juarez by the end of the week, with a further 2,000 troops in the rest of Chihuahua state. Six local bishops pleaded in newspaper ads this week for an end to the killings that are "staining the state with blood".

Troops rolled past U.S.-style shopping malls in Ciudad Juarez on Tuesday to set up checkpoints at bridges running over the border and at the city's international airport, briefly shut last week after bomb threats.

Calderon has about 45,000 soldiers across Mexico fighting cartels but has never before sent so many troops to one city.



THE eXchanger 03-04-2009 02:58 AM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
i got an email

let me look for it, and, post it

on thunderbird / xkavier hawk

THE eXchanger 03-04-2009 03:00 AM

Re: Steve Quayle and Hawk:listen now interview.
Here's another free song from Xavier Hawk that you get for joining the Thunderbirds Global Action Team. It was recorded LIVE at Dada in Delray last night, 3/1/09. It is a Freestyled Prayer...its hot. People were dancing with meat the end!

click the link below to get the song....



Oh and STAY TUNED, cause I have a SUPER-secret-gotta-be-on-the-LIST show coming up in downtown Delray VERY SOON.

Be well.
-X thunderbirdhawk@gmail.com

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