Donnerstag, 29. Oktober 2009

USA Pediatricians Refuse To Promote Unsafe Swine Flu Vaccines


Another Child Given Swine Flu Vaccine Without Consent

Health authorities flagrantly disregarding refusal of consent in pursuit of mass vaccination mandate

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, October 29, 2009

A boy in Ohio has received the swine flu vaccine despite the fact that his mother clearly refused consent for her child to be inoculated, in another example of how health authorities are blatantly disregarding the wishes of parents in the pursuit of a mass vaccination mandate.

Obama Exempt Photos From Freedom of Information Act

ACLU: President Signs Law Giving Defense Department Authority to Exempt Photos From Freedom of Information Act.

Konzerne, Kapitalismus und die Krise

Haste mal ´ne Billion?

No one else will stop the killing

Information Clearinghouse
by Mike Ferner


In a statement directed to the U.S. House of Representatives, President Obama and its membership, Veterans For Peace urged its chapters to demonstrate opposition to the war in Afghanistan and Pakistan …. no one — NO one, but us is going to stop the killing; neither the President nor the Congress. We can beseech them, ask them, demand from them that they stop the killing and bring all the troops home. But until we exert the power of massive resistance to the Empire that only we can exert, it will keep rolling over Afghanis, Iraqis, Pakistanis and whoever else that is in its way...

Guantanamo laureate

National Review
by Victor Davis Hanson


Candidate Obama often sounded as if he had always assumed that Bush first created Guantanamo as a monument to his Constitution-shredding paranoia, and only later filled it with largely innocent prisoners. At one point Obama offered his Senate office to help lawyers sue on behalf of Guantanamo prisoners. But as President Obama has discovered — just as he has dropped his campaign talk of ending renditions, tribunals, wiretaps, and intercepts, and of rapidly withdrawing from Iraq — Guantanamo is a bad choice among a number of worse ones...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Obama's Real Death Panels

By Ted Rall

No one man--not even a young, handsome, likeable one--should be able to have anyone he wants whacked. Even in dictatorships, the right of life and death is reserved for judges and juries operating under a system purportedly designed to support impartiality and a search for the truth.

Continued incarceration of the innocent

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Andy Worthington


After railing against Senators and Representatives for their cowardly, uninformed, and unacceptable attempts to prevent President Obama from bringing any Guantanamo prisoner to the U.S. mainland for any reason — even for trials — which I wrote about most recently in an article entitled ‘Dick Cheney’s Pawns On Guantanamo,’ I’m delighted to report that, last Tuesday, the Senate finally saw sense, voting, 79 to 19, as part of a $42.8 billion bill for Homeland Security, to accept that the administration can bring prisoners to the U.S. mainland to face trials...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Ein Handy ist wie eine Elektronische Fußfessel

Problematisch werde das in Verbindung mit dem Einsatz sogenannter RFID-Chips. Dabei handelt es sich um winzige Chips, die an die Ware geklebt sind. ...

The myth of too big to fail

The American Prospect
by Tim Fernholz


Amid last fall’s financial chaos, executives from Wachovia, at the time the fourth-largest commercial bank in the country, had bad news for their regulators: They were broke. Federal officials deliberated and decided Wachovia was so important to the economy that the government had to save it. It was only the latest in a series of financial institutions that regulators had deemed ‘too big to fail.’ In the preceding months, the government had bailed out Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Bear Stearns, and Congress had passed the controversial $700 billion bill to fund yet more financial-sector rescues. Some of the institutions, like the insurance company American International Group (AIG), weren’t even banks...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp$700

Obama still doesn’t grasp blowback

by Ivan Eland


Although President Barack Obama has more empathy for the opinions of the Islamic world than his predecessor and seems to vaguely understand that they do affect U.S. security, he doesn’t seem to understand specifically that U.S. meddling in and occupation of Muslim countries inflames Islamic radicals and is the main cause of blowback anti-U.S. Islamist terrorism. In Afghanistan, Obama has already thrown in more troops and will probably be goaded by the military and conservatives into further escalation. This despite a timeline that appears to indicate that the insurgency grows as a reaction to increased foreign presence in the country...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Seven in 10 say Palin unqualified to be president



More than seven in 10 Americans think Sarah Palin is not qualified to be president, according to a new national poll. Seventy-one percent of those questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday morning believe the former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee is not qualified to be president, with 29 percent saying she does have the credentials to serve in the White House. Republicans appear split, with 52 percent saying she’s qualified and 47 percent disagreeing with that view...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Das US-Bankensterben geht weiter

Am Wochenende wurden erneut sieben Banken geschlossen und damit sind schon mehr als viermal so viele wie im gesamten Vorjahr.

Congress To Investigate CIA For Possible Violations Of National Security Act

Obama Signs Hate Crimes Legislation into Law

The War Condolences Obama Hasn't Sent

The Truth Behind CIA Secret Prisons

Worsening job picture fuels slide in confidence

On Tuesday, the figures showed that shoppers have a grim outlook for the future, The Conference Board said, expecting a worsening business climate, fewer jobs and lower salaries.

Mortgage applications slide

Mortgage Bankers Association says demand for home loans waned last week, even as 30-year rate eased closer to 5%.

Lack of health care led to 17,000 US child deaths

Lack of adequate health care may have contributed to the deaths of some 17,000 US children over the past two decades, according to a study released by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

The Auto Bailout Isn't Over: GMAC May Get More Aid

If you hoped the auto bailout had ended when Chrysler and General Motors emerged from bankruptcy, you might want to stop reading.

Dollar, bonds rise as consumer confidence falls

Consumer confidence in the United States soured as the worst labor market in a quarter century increased concerns over the likely extent of an improvement.

New jobless claims climb more than expected

The unemployment rate rose to 9.8 percent in September from 9.7 percent, the department said earlier this month, as employers cut 263,000 jobs. The recession has eliminated a net total of 7.2 million jobs.

New home sales take surprise tumble

Sales of new homes dropped unexpectedly last month as the effects of a temporary tax credit for first-time owners started to wane.

From Information Clearing House

"My Daddy's Not Dead Yet"


A conscience-stricken member of the House Armed Services Committee is writing a book called "My Daddy's Not Dead Yet" in hopes it will atone for what he now considers his sinful vote to empower former President George W. Bush to invade Iraq in 2003.

From Information Clearing House

Troops already outnumber Taliban 12-1

There are already more than 100,000 international troops in Afghanistan working with 200,000 Afghan security forces and police. It adds up to a 12-1 numerical advantage over Taliban rebels, but it hasn't led to anything close to victory.

Schumer: True cost of Afghan stability could be too high for America

"It cost us $6 trillion and 4,500 lives, approximately, to bring stability to Iraq," Schumer told MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "Just in terms of the loss of life and treasure, do we want to do the same exercise in Afghanistan?"

Afghan president's brother on CIA payroll for 8 years: report

The CIA pays Karzai for a variety of services, including helping to recruit an Afghan paramilitary force that operates at the CIA's direction in and around Kandahar.

From Information Clearing House

Obama Turns to the Financial Elite for Campaign Cash

By Bill Van Auken

Under conditions of growing unemployment and deepening social misery for working people throughout the US, President Barack Obama flew into New York City Tuesday to raise millions of dollars in campaign donations from America's financial elite.

Is Capitalism on the Ropes?

Interview with Michael D. Yates and Fred Magdoff

By Mike Whitney

Corporate America began to wage what turned out to be a one-sided war against working people in the mid-to late-1970s, when it became apparent that the post-World War Two "Golden Age" of U.S. capitalism was over.

Lieberman Twists the Knife

By Robert Scheer

Is there a more hypocritical figure in American politics than Joe Lieberman? The Connecticut senator declared Tuesday that he would support a filibuster of any health care reform bill that has a public option-even the version with the "trigger" compromise accepted by Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe-because it might cost money.


TARP-Loving Joe Loves Bailing Out Banks but Not Providing Healthcare


TARP on Steroids

David Sirota, Truthout: "I recall that September day like it was yesterday - the explosion so stunning, so memorable. It wasn't 9/11/01, it was 9/29/08 - a moment when a rare blast of populist democracy briefly singed the economic terrorists who hold the Capitol hostage. It had been a dark and stormy month of financial collapse, culminating in an attempted power grab. Pushed by his fellow Wall Street Ponzi schemers, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson - a former Goldman Sachs CEO - was threatening Armageddon unless Congress ratified his pamphlet-sized decree for a no-strings-attached bank bailout. The straightforward proposal, backed by President George W. Bush and President-to-be Barack Obama, would have turned Paulson into King Henry - a despot allowed to autonomously dole out $700 billion to any of his business cronies."


Little Joe

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: "Senator Joe Lieberman managed to shoehorn himself into the center of the national debate over health care reform last week with his announcement that he would filibuster any health care legislation that contained any kind of a so-called 'public option.' Lieberman, the erstwhile Democrat turned Independent from Connecticut, went on 'Face the Nation' on Sunday to reassert his opposition in no uncertain terms."$700

'US Drone Attacks May Break International Law' UN Special Rapporteur


"You have the really problematic bottom line that the CIA is running a program that is killing significant numbers of people and there is absolutely no accountability in terms of the relevant international laws,' Alston said.

No One Else Will Stop The Killing

Veterans' Group To Members: Multiply Resistance By Any Peaceful Means Possible

By Mike Ferner

The American Empire is a mighty machine. We will need to make common cause with all those living in the heart of Empire who are also its victims. We know who they are. We see them every day - on the streets, where we work, where we shop, where we pray, where we play.

Obama's Extra-judicial Killers

By Nat Hentoff

"Many national security experts interviewed for this story agree that it has become so hard for the U.S. to detain people that in many instances, the U.S. government is killing them instead."


Drone Race to a Known Future

A new GPS device tracks your children

The Return of the Great Depression

On the Receiving End of Democracy

Low Flu Vaccination Rate Reveals Massive Repudiation of American Government



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