September 15, 2006


Liberia: Legislature Puts Country's Land, Airspace, Waters At U.S. Disposal (The Analyst, 9/13/06)

The National Legislature has adopted a resolution yesterday assuring open access to the Bush Administration in its global approach to combating terrorism.

The resolution which was adopted in Joint Session of the Legislature Assembled in solidarity with the "brave and gallant people of America" coincided with the 5th Anniversary of what is generally referred to as "9/11".

The resolution reads in part: "Whereas, on September 11, 2001, the democratic, free and peaceful people of the United States of America were wantonly, unjustifiably and grievously attacked in their home Now, therefore, we, the Senate and the House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, reflecting the collective voice of the people of the Republic of Liberia, resolve That the people of Liberia shall continue to make available to the noble people of the Untied States its land, air space and territorial waters, as well as any other asset which lies within its domain in its search of justice against all aggressors." By opening up the Liberian territory to the U.S. government in its bid to track down what the Legislature described as aggressors, it hoped the Bush Administration would make a dramatic headway in combating international terrorism.

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 15, 2006 4:54 PM

Show me the MONEY!!!!

Posted by: Sandy P at September 15, 2006 9:31 PM

I'm sure they had it Firsthand, Sandy.

Posted by: R Jacobs at September 16, 2006 10:06 AM
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