Dienstag, 28. April 2009

Climate Change Hitting Entire Arctic Ecosystem, Says Report

http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2009/04/28



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HB Council Moves to Spike School-Adjacent Cell Tower

Monday, Apr. 27 2009 @ 9:28PM

By Spencer

Kornhaber in Apples and Oranges, Council Meeting Mania

Spencer Kornhaber / OCW

Remember that brouhaha last Thursday about a cell tower being built next to a Huntington Beach elementary school? Remember the outcry from parents, the indignation from school officials, and the petition from the kid who expressed an interest in having T-Mobile pay for his future cancer bills? Remember how the community around Harbour View park and Harbour View Elementary School weren't notified that a big ole' fake tree would be built on city property literally feet away from a kindergarten classroom?

Read More...
http://blogs.ocweekly.com/navelgazing/apples-and-oranges/hb-council-boots-cell-tower/



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Next-up News Nr 936

- AFP: "Le maire Modem de la 2e ville du Calvados va couper le Wifi dans les écoles"
http://www.next-up.org/France/Calvados.php#1

- La réalité du Grenelle : NKM parle, parle et Bernard Accoyer l'homme clé verrouille tout !
- France 2 4 Vérités: "Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet et le Grenelle 2009".(Haute Définition 16/9e).

http://www.next-up.org/Newsoftheworld/GrenelleEtCem.php#1

Fresh perspective on America's use of military power

The Primacy of Healing

Tyler E. Boudreau, Truthout: "I am a veteran of the war in Iraq. Like many, I came home bearing an unexpected skepticism toward our operations there and a fresh perspective on America's use of military power. And also like many, I found myself emotionally and psychologically harried by my experiences on the battlefield. But unlike many, I landed after discharge in a community where criticism for the war was both socially acceptable and, in fact, quite common, leaving me free to process a distress which was directly connected to US foreign policy. I was, literally and figuratively, right at home. So, I couldn't help noticing how the political dissent of my community was facilitating my mental healing. That has given me reason to consider all the ways in which politics has corresponded with and influenced the understanding and acceptance of combat stress. And while combat stress survivors have, in some ways, benefited from this relationship; they have suffered from it as well."

http://www.truthout.org/042809J



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Hochschulen forschen für den Krieg

Polizei und Justiz gehen verstärkt gegen Antimilitaristen vor. Proteste gegen Bundeswehr und deutsche Kriegsbeteiligung unterschiedlichster Art nehmen zu. Artikel von Markus Bernhardt in junge Welt vom 23.04.2009 http://www.jungewelt.de/2009/04-23/047.php


Hochschulen forschen für den Krieg

„Im Jahr 2008 hat die Bundesregierung 1,1 Milliarde Euro dafür gezahlt, dass an Hochschulen und in so genannten An-Instituten Rüstungsforschung betrieben wird. Das Bundesministerium für Verteidigung (BMVg) vergab Aufträge für bundeswehrrelevante und wehrtechnische Forschung an Hochschulen in zehn Bundesländern. Insgesamt führen 27 Hochschulen derartige Projekte durch. Daneben erhielten auch einschlägige Forschungseinrichtungen wie die Forschungsgesellschaft für Angewandte Naturwissenschaften (FGAN), das Deutsche Zentrum für Luft – und Raumfahrt (DLR) oder die Fraunhofer Gesellschaft Aufträge. Im Rahmen des 7. Forschungsprogramms der EU wird an Hochschulen auch im „Forschungsprogramm für die zivile Sicherheit“ gearbeitet, dessen Ergebnisse teils ebenfalls „sicherheitsrelevant“ sind. Gleichzeitig ist 2007 das deutsche Forschungsprogramm zur „zivilen Sicherheit“ gestartet. Sarah Nagel stellt in ihrer IMI-Studie "Hochschulen forschen für den Krieg" diese Aspekte der Militarisierung von Forschung und Lehre dar und geht auch auf Versuche von Angestellten und Studierenden ein, sich dagegen zu wehren. Die Studie enthält auch eine Liste aller Universitäten, von denen bekannt ist, dass sie u.a. Rüstungsforschung betreiben. Siehe die Studie von Sarah Nagel bei IMI (pdf) http://imi-online.de/download/SN-Studie07-2009-Forschung.pdf


Aus: LabourNet, 28. April 2009



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Widerstand gegen die EU-Politik der Überwachung und Grenzschließung

Widerstand gegen das “Stockholm-Programm”

Widerstand gegen die EU-Politik der Überwachung und Grenzschließung ist nötig!

„Das Komitee für Grundrechte und Demokratie, eines der Gründungsmitglieder des "European Civil Liberties Network" (ECLN), ruft gemeinsam mit diesem zur öffentlichen Diskussion des "Stockholm Programms" der EU auf. Das "Stockholm Programm", der neue Fünfjahresplan zum Ausbau der "Zone für Freiheit, Sicherheit und Recht" der EU, soll Richtlinien für die europäische Innen- und Justizpolitik sowie die Politik der Inneren Sicherheit für 2010 bis 2014 definieren. Die Erklärung des Europäischen Bürgerrechtsnetzwerks kritisiert den Plan und nennt drei zentrale Bereiche: (1) Möglichkeiten zur totalen Überwachung sollen installiert werden. (2) Die Grenzkontrollen, die zur Bekämfpung der Migration ausgebaut wurden und werden und die bereits jetzt eine "tödliche Realität" an den Außengrenzen geschaffen haben, können leicht zu weitergehenden Kontrollen aller Bürger ausgebaut werden. Die wuchernden Datensammlungen unterstützen dies. (3) Es findet ein Prozess der Militarisierung der Sicherheit stat. Auf soziale und wirtschaftliche Probleme wird nicht inhaltlich sondern mit militärisch-sicherheitspolitischen Mitteln reagiert…“ Pressemitteilung des Grundrechtekomitees vom 27.04.2009 http://www.grundrechtekomitee.de/ub_showarticle.php?articleID=315


Widerstand gegen das “Stockholm-Programm”

Erklärung des Europäischen Bürgerrechtsnetzwerks zum neuen Fünfjahresplan der EU zur Justiz- und Innenpolitik (deutsch) beim Grundrechtekomitee http://www.grundrechtekomitee.de/ub_showarticle.php?articleID=314


Leuchtende Zukunft. Nächste Runde beim Aufbau des EU-Staats

„Ende 2009 läuft das Haager Programm "zur Stärkung von Freiheit, Sicherheit und Recht" aus. Bis dahin sollen die Staats- und Regierungschefs der EU, der Europäische Rat, einen neuen Fünfjahresplan für die Innen- und Justizpolitik beschließen. Die Vorarbeiten dazu leistete die "Zukunftsgruppe"…“ Aufsatz von Heiner Busch und Peer Stolle in: Bürgerrechte & Polizei/CILIP 91 (3/2008) http://www.cilip.de/ausgabe/91/jha-zukunft.htm


Kritik am "Stockholm Programm". Im Juli wird das neue "Mehrjahresprogramm für Justiz und Inneres" der EU festgelegt, das im Dezember endgültig verabschiedet werden soll

„Nach Tampere 1999 und Den Haag 2004 soll unter diesjähriger schwedischer EU-Präsidentschaft ein neues "Mehrjahresprogramm" zur Zukunft europäischer Innenpolitik der nächsten fünf Jahre beschlossen werden ("Quantensprünge" europäischer Sicherheitszusammenarbeit). Während die Richtlinien des Haager Programms in den meisten EU-Mitgliedsstaaten ratifiziert worden sind (darunter Vorratsdatenspeicherung, Schaffung von Frontex, Interoperabilität von Datenbanken, mehr Kompetenzen für Europol etc.), soll im neuen "Stockholm Programm" wieder der "Kampf gegen Terrorismus und organisierte Kriminalität" Pate stehen für den Ausbau polizeilicher, militärischer und geheimdienstlicher Zusammenarbeit und die Implementierung neuer technischer Maßnahmen zur Überwachung und Kontrolle…“ Artikel von Matthias Monroy in telepolis vom 15.04.2009 http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/30/30127/1.html


Dokumentation zum Stockholm-Programm im Special The "Stockholm Programme" - "The Shape of Things to Come" bei Statewatch Observatory http://www.statewatch.org/future-group.htm

Weitere Hintergrundinformation auf der Aktionsseite „Turn off the Stockholm Programme“: http://stockholm.noblogs.org/category/Deutsch


Aus: LabourNet, 28. April 2009



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Americans Largely Silent as Their Nation is Systematically Destroyed

http://tinyurl.com/cdjhff



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The Bush White House’s appalling and evil legacy

AlterNet
by Frank Rich

04/27/09

We’ve learned much, much more about America and torture in the past five years. But as Mark Danner recently wrote in The New York Review of Books, for all the revelations, one essential fact remains unchanged: ‘By no later than the summer of 2004, the American people had before them the basic narrative of how the elected and appointed officials of their government decided to torture prisoners and how they went about it.’ When the Obama administration said it declassified four new torture memos 10 days ago in part because their contents were already largely public, it was right. Yet we still shrink from the hardest truths and the bigger picture: that torture was a premeditated policy approved at our government’s highest levels; that it was carried out in scenarios that had no resemblance to ‘24;’ that psychologists and physicians were enlisted as collaborators in inflicting pain; and that, in the assessment of reliable sources like the F.B.I. director Robert Mueller, it did not help disrupt any terrorist attacks...

http://tinyurl.com/d47oha


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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The case for prosecuting Bush

AntiWar.Com
by David R. Henderson

04/28/09

I think we can have a reasonable discussion about whether CIA officials who were ‘just following orders’ should be held accountable for law-breaking. But what do we say of the people who gave the orders? Even they might be able to make a case that what they were doing was not illegal, but then let’s have them make that case — in front of a federal judge. I don’t automatically assume that some Bush administration officials were breaking the law by giving the go-ahead to torture. I think they were breaking the law, but I’m not sure. But when there’s a fair amount of evidence to suggest that someone might have broken the law, the usual next step (I’m not a lawyer, so forgive me if I’ve missed a step) is to put the case before a grand jury to decide whether or not to go forward and prosecute. Even if the grand jury, true to form, has very low standards for deciding whether to prosecute, why should politicians be exempt from living in the same legal world that the rest of us inhabit?

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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The US should cut military spending in half

Cato Institute
by Benjamin H. Friedman

04/27/09

If [US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates] has his druthers, the next military budget will look much like this one: It will still serve excessive objectives. We will still defend allies that can defend themselves, fight in other people’s civil wars in a vain effort to ‘fix’ their states, and burn tax dollars to serve the hubristic notion that US military hegemony is what keeps the world safe. To really keep us safe, we should slash defense spending. Americans should prepare for fewer wars, not different ones. Far from providing our defense, our military posture endangers us. It drags us into others’ conflicts, provokes animosity, and wastes resources. We need a defense budget worthy of the name. We need military restraint. And that would allow us to cut defense spending roughly in half...

http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=10152


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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The Myth of Post-Racial Society Under Barack Obama

Henry A. Giroux, Truthout: "With the election of Barack Obama, it has been argued that not only will the social state be renewed in the spirit and legacy of the New Deal, but that the punishing racial state and its vast complex of disciplinary institutions will, if not come to an end, at least be significantly reformed. From this perspective, Obama's presidency not only represents a post-racial victory, but also signals a new space of post-racial harmony. While 'post-racial' may mean less overt racism, the idea that we have moved into a post-racial period in American history is not merely premature - it is an act of willful denial and ignorance."

http://www.truthout.org/042709A



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U.S. toxic-asset plan stirs fears

The government will take on a mountain of risk while trying to create an artificial market for the loans and debt securities. Critics worry about possible fraud and further banking system damage.

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From Information Clearing House



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Plan to monitor all internet use

Communications firms are being asked to record all internet contacts between people as part of a modernisation in UK police surveillance tactics.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/8020039.stm


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Yes, We Did Execute Japanese Soldiers for Waterboarding American POWs

It's kind of awkward to argue that waterboarding is not a crime when you hanged someone for doing it to our troops.

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The danger of an Israeli strike on Iran

The US needs to make it clear it will not tolerate a first strike.
http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0424/p09s05-coop.html


From Information Clearing House



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World Bank, IMF: Crisis Becoming 'Human Calamity'

By Veronica Smith

At the end of spring meetings in Washington, the two Bretton Woods institutions on Sunday told their 185 member countries that the worst global slump in generations had already driven more than 50 million people into extreme poverty.

http://informationclearinghouse.info/article22502.htm



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American Exceptionalism: Torture Whitewash from The Dark Side

By Pepe Escobar

Without accepting full responsibility for torture - and illegal, pre-emptive wars - and without accountability, there can be no catharsis in America. Obama is enough of a smart operator to know that if his "going forward" is perceived like "look the other way", this whole thing will come back to haunt and even destroy his presidency. And if it walks and talks like a whitewash, that's because it must be ... a whitewash.

http://informationclearinghouse.info/article22500.htm



From Bunker Hill to Baghdad

Pinter's Dispatch to Obama

By Mike Whitney

"The crimes of the United States have been systematic, constant, vicious, remorseless, but very few people have actually talked about them. You have to hand it to America. It has exercised a quite clinical manipulation of power worldwide while masquerading as a force for universal good. It's a brilliant, even witty, highly successful act of hypnosis...It's a scintillating stratagem."

http://informationclearinghouse.info/article22499.htm



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A Culture Of Surveillance

by Pastor Chuck Baldwin

Obama Taking Up Where Bush Left Off. It is truly amazing how much news the American news media chooses to ignore. If one wants to discover what is actually going on in the world, he or she often has to go to the foreign press. This has again been the case with a story that every American should be extremely interested in, but which has been totally ignored by the American news media. I found this story in Russia Today. According to RussiaToday.com, "The personal computer may soon be not-so-private, with the U.S. and some European nations working on laws allowing them access to search the content held on a person's hard drive.......

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A city in Normandy removes Wi-Fi from schools

Monday 27 April 2009

Concerned by the dangers of electromagnetic waves, the City of Hérouville St. Clair has decided to apply a precautionary principle towards the antennas.

By the end of the school year, all Wi-Fi equipment will be removed in primary schools. An information campaign will also be conducted with residents to raise awareness of the risks associated with mobile telephony.

The City also has become a member of Robin roofs and the CRIIREM two associations fighting for the safety of people exposed to new technologies for wireless telecommunications.

These structures are independent will be responsible for undertaking measures to determine the degree of harmfulness of waves emitted by the antennas. Depending on the results, the municipality may require operators to limit its emissions, or even remove their antennas.

http://www.ouest-france.fr/actu/actuDet_-Une-ville-normande-supprime-le-Wi-Fi-dans-ses-ecoles_39382-912964_actu.Htm

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Removal of the WiFi antennas on all the schools in Hérouville-Saint-Clair
(Normandy, France). Thousands of pupils are affected.

http://www.next-up.org/France/Calvados.php#1


- France 2: Écoles Hérouville-Saint-Clair reportage premiers démontages antennes WiFi (HD 16ème)

http://www.next-up.org/France/Calvados.php#1

- Dossiers scientifiques Enfants et Ouverture de la Barrière Hémato-Encéphalique: les conséquences.

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Iraq swimming in blood once again

And So It Goes ...

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: "Last week found Iraq swimming in blood once again. Attacks last Thursday brought the worst violence Iraq has seen in over a year, with at least 96 Iraqis killed and 157 wounded in two massive suicide bombings. Over 35 bombings have rocked Baghdad this month alone. There appears to be no end in sight for the escalating violence."

http://www.truthout.org/042709R



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Next-up News Nr 933

- Présentation de cas et constatation d'un problème: "Éclosions, l'effondrement?"
http://www.next-up.org/Newsoftheworld/ReproductionCemEmf.php#1

- La diffusion de la Next-up News nr 832 a été très perturbée, nouvelle diffusion :
- Appel de 50 Médecins Hollandais au Gouvernement: "Réduire l'exposition aux CEM"

http://www.next-up.org/Newsoftheworld/Nederland.php#1

The Effects of Fluoride on the Thyroid Gland

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Biologists Call on Obama Administration to Overturn Bush Rules That Cut Science Out of Endangered Species Decisions

http://www.commondreams.org/newswire/2009/04/27-1

EPA to Review Bush-Era Air Pollution Rules
http://www.commondreams.org/newswire/2009/04/27-10



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More of the Same Drug War Isn't the Answer

http://www.commondreams.org/view/2009/04/27-6



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Obama Has Missed His Moment

http://www.commondreams.org/view/2009/04/27-1



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Chasing Ghosts in Afghanistan

http://www.commondreams.org/view/2009/04/27-12



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American Torture: There Can Be No 'Exceptionalism' When the Rule of Law Is Broken

http://www.commondreams.org/video/2009/04/27



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Governments Have 'Fought' Depressions Stupidly Before

but never, ever, like the US now.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/bonner/bonner377.html



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America’s Shame

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It's Fallen and It Can't Get Up

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