Montag, 26. Februar 2007

The Politics of the Man Behind "24"

For all its fictional liberties, "24" depicts the fight against Islamist extremism much as the Bush administration has defined it: as an all-consuming struggle for America's survival that demands the toughest of tactics. Not long after September 11, Vice President Dick Cheney alluded vaguely to the fact that America must begin working through the "dark side" in countering terrorism. On "24," the dark side is on full view. Joel Surnow - the co-creator and executive producer of "24," who has jokingly called himself a "right-wing nut job" - shares his show's hard-line perspective.

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022607H.shtml

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Whether 'Horseman' or '24': Hate Propaganda's No Fantasy
http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0227-21.htm

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Army Says Fox TV's "24" Promotes Use of Torture in Iraq Prisons

Sherwood Ross writes, "After interrogators began torturing Iraqi prisoners using methods they saw on Fox TV's popular '24,' the Army's Brigadier General Patrick Finnegan warned the producers '24' is negatively impacting the training and performance of American troops."

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022707S.shtml



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Smearing Like It's 2003

E.J. Dionne Jr. writes: "The fabricate-and-smear cycle illustrated so dramatically during the case of I. Lewis 'Scooter' Libby explains why President Bush is failing to rally support for the latest iteration of his Iraq policy. The administration's willingness at the outset to say anything - no matter how questionable - to justify the war, has destroyed its credibility. Its habit of attacking those who expressed misgivings has destroyed any goodwill it might have enjoyed. Bush and Cheney have lost the benefit of the doubt."

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022607F.shtml



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Three Charges in the Case for War

Michael T. Klare writes: "I am convinced that Bush has already decided an attack is his only option and the rest is a charade he must go through to satisfy his European allies. The proof of this, I believe, lies half-hidden in recent public statements of his, which, if pieced together, provide a casus belli, or formal list of justifications, for going to war."

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022607E.shtml



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GIs Petition Congress to End Iraq War

Correspondent Lara Logan heard dissension in the ranks from a large group of service members who are fed up and have decided to go public. They're not going AWOL, they're not disobeying orders or even refusing to fight in Iraq. But they are doing something unthinkable to many in uniform: bypassing the chain of command to denounce a war they're in the middle of fighting.

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022607D.shtml

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Fed up American GIs Petition Congress to End Iraq War
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines07/0226-01.htm



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Substance Over Image

Paul Krugman writes: "Enough already. Let's make this election about the issues. Let's demand that presidential candidates explain what they propose doing about the real problems facing the nation, and judge them by how they respond."

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022607C.shtml



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Großhandel bestätigt angeblich zu große Pestizidbelastung von Obst und Gemüse

Nach Darstellung der Umweltschutzorganisation Greenpeace bestätigt ein interner Bericht aus der Handelsbranche die Untersuchungen von Greenpeace, wonach in Deutschland angebotenes Obst und Gemüse häufig zu stark mit Pestiziden belastet sei. "Diese Ware ist nach dem Lebensmittelgesetz nicht verkehrsfähig", so Greenpeace. Nach dem jüngsten Supermarktvergleich der Organisation wurden den Angaben zufolge in acht Prozent der Obst- und Gemüseproben die Grenzwerte überschritten. Bislang hätten sich die Fruchthandelsverbände gegen die Vorwürfe gewehrt. Der "Landesverband des Früchte-Import und -Großhandel Baden-Württemberg" stellt nun in seinem Jahresbericht 2006 fest, dass sogar neun Prozent der Frischware aus konventionellem Anbau die gesetzlichen Pestizidhöchstmengen überschreiten. http://www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php?H=N&Nr=15430



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Next-up news n°195

- Le Parisien (25 février 2007) Collège Marcel-Pagnol BETZ (Oise): "Betz, Allergies la lettre qui accuse".
http://www.next-up.org/divers/CollegeMarcelPagnolBetzOiseAcompterdu23022007.php#3

- Next-up (26 février 2007) Collège de BETZ Volet Sanitaire partie 1 : Lettre ouverte au Maire de BETZ.
http://www.next-up.org/divers/CollegeMarcelPagnolBetzOiseAcompterdu23022007.php#1



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New Mexico Resolution to Impeach Bush and Cheney in Senate Rules Committee



http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4529463175813468205&hl=en


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Die Mehrheit der Amerikaner unterschätzt die Zahl der irakischen Opfer

Beunruhigt und schlecht informiert

Umfrage
http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/24/24718/1.html

Dems' Me-Too Iran Talk

by Gareth Porter, TomPaine.com

Coercive diplomacy won't budge Iran, but many Democrats keep the military option open.

http://ga3.org/ct/md20pgF1YRoI/

Climate Change Comes To D.C.

by Jeff Rickert, TomPaine.com

State and local leaders are in Washington, pointing the way to a national effort on sustainable energy.

http://ga3.org/ct/m120pgF1YRoW/

Protect America's Rainforest

http://action.earthjustice.org/campaign/tlmp_2007

In War Planning for Iran, Truth Is the Linchpin

http://blog.washingtonpost.com/earlywarning/2007/02/post_12.html#more


Informant: Kev Hall

Iraq Crackdown "Doomed to Fail"

Iraqi Shiite militia leader Moqtada al-Sadr says the US-backed security crackdown in Baghdad is doomed to fail and that no security plan would work unless Iraq's government assumed full responsibility for protecting its citizens. Mr. Sadr, once again called on the Americans to withdraw from Iraq.

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/022607K.shtml

Application for phone mast

By Felicity Collinson

A MOBILE phone giant has lodged a planning request to erect a mast in the grounds of a cricket club.

T-Mobile wants to house the telecommunications mast in the form of a flag pole at Hartlepool Cricket Club, in Park Drive.

And, after having consultations with members of the West Park club, the phone giant has finally lodged a planning application to Hartlepool Borough Council.

However, there is no date as yet for when the issue will be discussed by the planning committee.

A council spokesman said: "The application has been submitted but there is no date for when it will be discussed as yet."

Last year, the Mail reported how the club was to receive a cash payment from T-Mobile for housing the mast, which would be used to buy an all-weather pitch.

And the club had no objections to the proposal as long as no danger to health could be proved.

However, there are objectors to the plan, including former councillor Jim Allan.

He is promoting a leaflet that will be sent to Park ward residents citing reasons why they should object to it.

The reasons include:

- It would be an unwelcome intrusion to the historic Park conservation area;
- The value of houses around the cricket club would be affected;
- Radiation from the mast could be detrimental to health and studies show sleeplessness, fatigue, irritability and sometimes cancer clusters;
- It would cause people to worry about their health;
- Radiation from the mast could affect the health of wildlife;
- French scientists recommend that masts are not erected closer than 900ft to areas where people live, work or play.

The Mail has previously reported concerns by Councillor Pauline Laffey, Conservative representative for the Park ward.

She said: "We have a park nearby and hundreds of homes, and I just don't think it's safe."

But Bill Shurmer, chairman of Hartlepool Cricket Club, said members believed the mast would be discreet and had allowed T-Mobile to proceed with a planning application.

He said: "We will do nothing that the experts consider a danger to health. "Indeed, any decision may be out of our hands, subject to the result of the planning application."

A T-Mobile spokesman said its interest was "due to the demand of services".

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http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/viewarticle.aspx?articleid=2078385&sectionid=1109

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The next generation of threats

Boston Globe
by Ralph Kaplan & Harvey Silverglate

02/24/07

Much ink has been spilt extolling the latest progress made in recognizing the second- and third-most serious threats facing mankind and the planet. The recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has forced even the recalcitrant Bush administration to back down in the face of agreement between the scientific and political communities, prodded by a citizenry frightened by disturbing weather patterns. Meanwhile, the effort to control the world’s current supply of fissile material, and limit the future manufacture of more of it by rogue states, has picked up steam, fueled by scientists’ warnings and by public appeals from respected former officials. … Yet there is an even more urgent danger. Besides chemical and biological weapons, we are now seeing advances in the fields of genetics, nanotechnology, and robotics (so-called GNR technologies ) that threaten destruction even more horrific than that of atomic devices or climate change...

http://tinyurl.com/2pjanp


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Will voters accept Hillary Clinton’s nonapology?

Christian Science Monitor
by Daniel Schorr

02/23/07

Welcome to the politics of apologia — the 2007 version. In the 2004 election, Sen. John Kerry (D) of Massachusetts had to endure charges that he was flip-flopping on funding for the Iraq war. In 1964, only two senators — Wayne Morse (D) of Oregon and Ernest Gruening (D) of Alaska — voted against the Tonkin Gulf Resolution authorizing President Johnson to expand the Vietnam War. I don’t recall any of the others offering apologies. So now, Sen. Hillary Clinton is being warned by some of her supporters that she may endanger her front-runner status if she refuses to make some outright apology for having voted along with 76 other senators in 2002 to empower the president to use force in Iraq. A simple ‘I was conned and I’m sorry it happened’ might have done it. But the evolution of her position is like a study in self-torture...

http://www.csmonitor.com/2007/0223/p09s02-cods.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Exodus of Iraq’s ancient minorities

Independent [UK]
by Patrick Cockburn

02/26/07

Iraq’s minorities, some of the oldest communities in the world, are being driven from the country by a wave of violence against them because they are identified with the occupation and easy targets for kidnappers and death squads. A ‘huge exodus’ is now taking place, according to a report by Minority Rights Group International. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees says 30 per cent of the 1.8 million Iraqis who have fled to Jordan, Syria and elsewhere come from the minorities. The Christians, who have lived in Iraq for 2,000 years, survived the Muslim invasion in the 7th century and the Mongol onslaught in the 13th but are now being eradicated as their churches are bombed and members of their faith hunted down and killed along with other minority faiths...

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article2305541.ece


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Saving starving children should trump global warming concerns

Competitive Enterprise Institute
by Steven J. Milloy

02/22/07

‘Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel,’ said famed 18th century British lexicographer Samuel Johnson. To update the quote for our current era you might substitute ‘children’ for ‘patriotism’ and ‘climate alarmist’ for ’scoundrel.’ Last week, outgoing United Nations World Food Program chief James Morris reminded us that 18,000 children die every day from hunger and malnutrition. Morris called the situation ‘a terrible indictment of the world in 2007’...

http://www.cei.org/gencon/019,05784.cfm


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Returning to peace and freedom

No Force, No Fraud
by Bob Smith

This is the path toward peace … to recreate that which we once had … a free economy, with small government, a foreign policy of non-interference, free trade with citizens of other nations, and open borders, welcoming the workers of less-free nations to join us. We don’t need war to keep us safe. We don’t need war to prosper. We don’t need war to eliminate other governments we view as threatening. Quite the contrary … war creates enemies while reducing our own prosperity... (originally published 2004; reposted 02/24/07)

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US-Generäle drohen mit Rücktritt im Fall eines Angriffs auf Iran

http://www.meta-info.de/?lid=25315

Senate Dems move to limit Iraq mission

Nevada Appeal

02/22/07

Determined to challenge President Bush, Senate Democrats are drafting legislation to limit the mission of U.S. troops in Iraq, effectively revoking the broad authority Congress granted in 2002, officials said Thursday. While these officials said the precise wording of the measure remains unsettled, one draft would restrict American troops in Iraq to combating al-Qaida, training Iraqi army and police forces, maintaining Iraq’s territorial integrity and otherwise proceeding with the withdrawal of combat forces...

http://tinyurl.com/2dprne


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Holbrooke: Start bringing troops home

CNN

02/24/07

President Bush should follow British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s lead and start withdrawing troops from Iraq, former U.N. Ambassador Richard Holbrooke said Saturday. ‘Engaging in a broad-based diplomatic offensive, and beginning a redeployment of U.S. forces in Iraq, represents the best way to secure America’s interests in the region and combat the serious threat of terrorist networks,’ Holbrooke, who served under President Clinton, said in the Democrats’ weekly radio address...

http://tinyurl.com/33qaeg


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Levin aims for US troop limits in Iraq

MSNBC

02/25/07

A top U.S. Senate Democrat said Sunday his party aims to limit the role of the nearly 140,000 American troops in Iraq and withdraw most of them from the war-torn country within a year. But Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin said it was unclear if enough Senate Republicans would break ranks with President Bush to allow the effort to proceed...

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10546267/


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Dumpinglöhne: wie christliche Gewerkschaften die Arbeitnehmer verraten

„Sie sind in vielen Betrieben verantwortlich für Dumpinglöhne. Sie setzen sich ein für kürzere Kündigungsfristen, weniger Urlaub und geringere Feiertagszuschläge. Hört sich an wie ein Arbeitgeberverband - doch es sind die Positionen einer angeblichen Arbeitnehmervertretung. Viele Experten halten die Christlichen Gewerkschaften deshalb für eine Mogelpackung. Deren Funktionäre sitzen mit den Unternehmensbossen am Verhandlungstisch und nicken in den meisten Fällen Tarifverträge ab, die die Arbeitsbedingungen der Beschäftigten deutlich verschlechtern. Dabei hat diese selbsternannte Gewerkschaft kaum Mitglieder. Offiziell werden insgesamt 300.000 Christliche Gewerkschafter angegeben. Doch selbst diese Zahl bezweifeln ehemalige Funktionäre jetzt gegenüber Panorama. Arbeitervertreter oder Arbeiterverräter? Panorama über eine Gewerkschaft, die vor allem in Ostdeutschland, dem Handwerk und der Zeitarbeitsbranche immer mehr Einfluss gewinnt…“ Text der Panorama-Sendung vom 22.02.2007. Das Video gibt es in der rechten Spalte als Real Video und als pdf-Datei zum Download http://daserste.ndr.de/panorama/archiv/2007/t_cid-3710916_.html


IWW Gründung im deutschsprachigen Raum

Das deutschsprachige ROC (regional organizing comite) der IWW im deutschsprachigen Raum tritt ab 2007 seine Arbeit an. Ziel ist der Ausbau der IWW im deutschsprachigen Raum der EU. Es gibt Mitglieder in Österreich, der Schweiz, Luxenburg und Deutschland. Siehe dazu:
die offizielle, deutschsprachige Internetseite der Industrial Workers of the World – IWW http://www.iww.org/de

Dort heißt es „Anders als es der historische englische Name vielleicht suggeriert, sind wir seit unserer Gründung selbstverständlich nicht nur eine Gewerkschaft für "IndustriearbeiterInnen", sondern für alle Arbeiter, also für alle Männer und Frauen, die als Lohnabhänge, (schein)selbständige Arbeiter oder Arbeitslose um ihren Lebensunterhalt "zu sichern" gezwungen sind, ihre Arbeitskraft zu verkaufen…“


Die Homepage der wobblies - internationale gewerkschaft - industrial workers of the world im deutschsprachigen raum http://www.wobblies.de


Aus: LabourNet, 26. Februar 2007

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Kirche verklagt Kirche, um Dumpinglöhne durchzusetzen

„Am 19. Mai hat die Bundesregierung den 3. Armuts- und Reichtumsbericht vorgestellt. Als eine der Hauptursachen für die weiter auseinander gehende Schere zwischen Arm und Reich nennt der Bericht zu niedrige Löhne. Am gleichen Tag fand im Arbeitsgericht Herne eine bemerkenswerte Verhandlung statt: Kirche ./. Kirche. Das terminliche Zusammentreffen der beiden Ereignisse ist zufällig. Gleichwohl haben beide Ereignisse einen sachlichen Bezug. In dem Herner Gerichtstermin ging es um eine Klage der Evangelischen Krankenhausgemeinschaft Herne/Castrop-Rauxel gGmbH (Ev KHG), eine 100%ige Tochter des Kirchenkreises Herne, gegen die Evangelische Kirche von Westfalen (EKvW) bzw. gegen das Diakonische Werk derselben. Mit allen juristischen Mitteln kämpfen die Verantwortlichen, die Geschäftsführer Heinz-Werner Bitter und Pfarrer Walter Tschirch zusammen mit dem Aufsichtsratsvorsitzenden Superintendent Reiner Rimkus, gegen die gültigen kirchlichen Tarifregelungen. Ihr Ziel: Löhne deutlich unterhalb der jetzigen Tarifregelungen. Aus der Perspektive des 3. Armuts- und Reichtumsberichts streitet die Ev KHG Herne somit für eine Zunahme und strukturelle Verfestigung von Armutslöhnen und Armut...“Artikel von Jürgen Klute vom Mai 2008 (pdf) http://www.labournet.de/branchen/dienstleistung/allg/kircheggkirche.pdf


Aus: LabourNet, 2. Juni 2008



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Reines Ablenkungsmanöver und Angriff auf das Sozialstaatsgebot

#Die Linkspartei.PDS: Pressemitteilungen

26. Februar 2007

Bundeswirtschaftsminister Glos will Bezieher von Arbeitslosengeld II zur Arbeit verpflichten. Dazu erklärt die stellvertretende Parteivorsitzende Katja Kipping (MdB):

Der Bundesregierung ist es nach wie vor nicht gelungen, die Rahmenbedingungen dafür zu schaffen, dass jeder, der arbeiten will, auch einen Job finden kann. Glos Vorstoß ist ein reines Ablenkungsmanöver und ein Angriff auf das Sozialstaatsgebot. Bezieher von Arbeitslosengeld II sind schon heute verpflichtet, eine Eingliederungsvereinbarung zu unterzeichnen und jedes Arbeitsangebot bzw. jede Fördermaßnahme anzunehmen. Sonst drohen drastische Kürzungen des Geldes. Das führt in der Praxis dazu, dass zunehmend mehr Erwerbslose auch zu tagelanger entgeltfreien Probearbeit bereit sind. Der bereits bestehende Druck auf Erwerbslose schafft nicht mehr Arbeitsplätze sondern erhöht die Bereitschaft zur Selbstausbeutung.

http://sozialisten.de/presse/presseerklaerungen/view_html?zid=35195

Herzlos in die Zukunft?

„Die Arbeiterwohlfahrt (AWO) versucht seit Jahren, die Rechte ihrer Mitarbeiter zu beschneiden, das Tarif- und damit das Arbeitsrecht zu beugen. Es geht um rund 140000 Beschäftigte, und der Slogan der AWO - "Kompetenz und Zuverlässigkeit schaffen Vertrauen" - wird zurzeit abermals zur innerbetrieblichen Farce: Die AWO hat das Unternehmertum entdeckt. Ein "Wohlfahrtskonzern" wird angestrebt. ver.di hat jetzt die Verhandlungen mit der AWO abgebrochen, die sich seit April des vergangenen Jahres dahinschleppten. Die legitimen Forderungen der Gewerkschaft wurden nicht erfüllt: Tarife auf der Grundlage des Tarifvertrags für den öffentlichen Dienst; Schluss mit der Provokation, die Löhne um rund 25 Prozent senken zu wollen…“ Artikel in ver.di-publik vom Januar/Februar 2007-02-26 http://www.verdi-publik.de/verdi_publik_wcms/fmpro?-db=verdi_publik_wcms.fp5&-lay=eingabe&-format=text.html&-error=fehler.html&-recid=40897&-find

Siehe dazu auch:

Herzlos in die Zukunft?

Internetseite des Fachbereiches 3 des ver.di-Landesbezirks Nordrhein-Westfalen. Sie dient als Informationsplattform für alle Beschäftigten in allen AWO-Unternehmen http://www.herzlos-online.de/


Lohnklau mit Ethik

Bei der Arbeiterwohlfahrt herrschen dieselben neoliberalen Sitten wie in der Privatwirtschaft. Im aktuellen Tarifkonflikt stehen die Zeichen auf Widerstand. Artikel von Ralf Wurzbacher in der jungen Welt vom 26.02.2007 http://www.jungewelt.de/2007/02-26/029.php


»Wettbewerb um den niedrigsten Preis«

Tarifabbau und Tarifflucht: Bei Wohlfahrtsverbänden nimmt die prekäre Beschäftigung zu. Ein Interview von Ralf Wurzbacher mit Detlev Beyer-Peters, Mitglied der Tarifkommission der Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft ver.di für die Arbeiterwohlfahrt (AWO)in Nordrhein-Westfalen und Vorsitzender der Bundesfachgruppe Pflege, in der jungen Welt vom
26.02.2007 http://www.jungewelt.de/2007/02-26/030.php


Aus: LabourNet, 26. Februar 2007

Denounce Torture - Torture and the Law

http://www.amnestyusa.org/stoptorture/law.html


Informant: Harlan Girard

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US Redemption Mandates Impeachment of Bush

http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0224-26.htm



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Are Democrats Soft on Terror?

http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0224-21.htm

Where Were You That Summer of 2001?

http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0225-23.htm

Gore's Other Global Warning: Iraq War

http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0225-24.htm



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Cindy Sheehan: Iraqis are People, too

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Corporate Profits Take an Offshore Vacation

http://www.commondreams.org/headlines07/0224-05.htm

Law to protect forests - Ley de proteccion de bosques

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/227554852


A message from Adriana

Rice says Bush will not abide by legislation to limit Iraq war

http://www.ufppc.org/content/view/5832/


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US rejects ban on cluster bombs

The United States on Friday rejected an international call to abandon the use of cluster bombs, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said.

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Only 11% Of UK adults support the war and occupation of Iraq

Only 17 per cent of respondents approve of the way Tony Blair is handling the current situation with Iraq, and just nine per cent feel the same way about George W. Bush.

http://snipurl.com/1mc5v


From Information Clearing House

Cheney arrives in Persian Gulf for talks

Vice President Dick Cheney landed in the U.S.-allied Arab monarchy of Oman on Sunday and went directly to talks with its foreign minister, Omani government officials said.

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Gulf states give Israel ok to use airspace for strikes against Iran

The newspaper also quoted a Pentagon official said saying that Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan would assist Israeli raids on Iran.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17171.htm

US generals ‘will quit’ if Bush orders Iran attack

SOME of America’s most senior military commanders are prepared to resign if the White House orders a military strike against Iran, according to highly placed defence and intelligence sources.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17172.htm

U.S. War with Iran would be Navy, Air Force show: Analysts

The attack would probably come by air. Waves of U.S. cruise missiles and warplanes loaded with smart weapons would swoop into Iran from the sea and land bases to destroy key Iranian nuclear facilities.

http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?F=2572013&C=america


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U.S. developing "contingency" plan to bomb Iran

Despite the Bush administration's insistence it has no plans to go to war with Iran, a Pentagon panel has been created to plan a bombing attack that could be implemented within 24 hours of getting the go-ahead from President George W. Bush, The New Yorker magazine reported in its latest issue.

http://snipurl.com/1bb7n


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Saddam's lawyer promises book of prison cell revelations

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article2303036.ece


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The Redirection

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Global warming: enough to make you sick

http://www.latimes.com/news/science/la-sci-disease25feb25,0,7795423.story?coll=la-home-headlines


Informant: Bob Banner

BenQ wird zerschlagen: alle Arbeitsplätze verloren

http://www.faz.net/s/RubE2C6E0BCC2F04DD787CDC274993E94C1/Doc~E547FD5787AAE486A88B692D971E32AFE~ATpl~Ecommon~Scontent.html

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Der Letzte macht das Licht aus

„Das Aus der ehemaligen Handy-Sparte von Siemens, die der taiwanesische Konzern BenQ kaufte, ist endgültig besiegelt. 2000 Leute sind ohne Job. Den Unternehmen geht es jetzt nur noch um die Behebung des Image-Schadens…“ Artikel von Klaus Ott in der Süddeutschen Zeitung vom 26.02.2007 http://www.sueddeutsche.de/wirtschaft/artikel/382/103279/


Aus: LabourNet, 26. Februar 2007



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