Mittwoch, 9. Dezember 2009

WHO Denies Link Between Swine Flu Vaccine and Illnesses, Deaths

World Health Organisation ‘Mr Swine Flu’ Under Investigation For Gross Conflict Of Interest

Pharma Inside The WHO


WHO Denies Link Between Swine Flu Vaccine and Illnesses, Deaths

New evidence of vaccine side effects, and growing reluctance of the public to accept this vaccine, is resulting in many of them not being used.

Existenzminimum mit aller Kraft einfordern

Tell Denmark to End Whale and Dolphin Slaughter in their waters

Next-up News Nr 1143

- Arte: "Victimes des ondes Les réfugiés de la technocratie" (vidéo Haute Définition 16/9)

EU legalisiert Genkontamination

Ende November genehmigte die EU-Kommission den Genmais MIR604 des Agrochemiekonzerns Syngenta für den Import in die EU, nachdem vorher bereits drei Genmais-Sorten von Monsanto und Pioneer zugelassen wurden. Die Zulassungen dienen dazu, die Einfuhr gentechnisch verunreinigter Futtermittel in die europäische Union zu legalisieren und damit die bisherige europäische Nulltoleranzpolitik auszuhebeln. „Die Zulassung neuer Genmais-Sorten ist eine Verbeugung vor dem amerikanischen Gen-Imperialismus," kritisiert Harald Nestler, Vorstand beim Umweltinstitut München.

Obama’s plan to “spend our way out of this recession”

by Matthew Clemente


This morning, President Obama held a press conference to outline his second multibillion dollar stimulus proposal. Unlike the administration’s $787 billion ’stimulus’ bill which has fallen short of its goal to ’save or create’ millions of jobs, this proposal aims to really ’save or create’ jobs. And, as is to be expected from the Obama White House, the plan to solve the problem that $787 billion in spending could not fix is to throw even more taxpayer money at it...

Moody’s tells US: Put your financial house in order

Main Street Radical
by James


On the eve of Obama’s trip to Denmark, in which he may announce new spending plans for developing countries, Moody’s is poised to send a warning that America’s triple-A credit rating is at risk. For generations the country has relied on deficit spending and the strongest credit rating to manage the country’s finances. This new chink in our fiscal armor is a direct result of the fact that our government faces a trillion dollar deficit for the next 10 years, and sends a clear message that Congress, the President and the American people must rein in deficit spending. A reduction in America’s credit rating can only lead to higher interest rates as the Treasury will have to make our debt more attractive to lenders...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp$787

More easy money for Wall Street

The Nation
by William Greider


The sales pitch for financial-reform legislation pending in the House claims it would put an stop to ‘too big to fail’ bailouts for the leading banks. The reality is the opposite. The federal government would instead be granted unlimited authority to spend whatever it takes to prop up the big boys when they get in trouble. Only in the next crisis, Congress won’t have to be asked for the money. The financial rescues will be funded by the secretive Federal Reserve, not the Treasury, with money the Fed itself creates. And the emergency lending could be pumped into any financial institution in trouble. … This sounds nutty and it is. A permanent security blanket for big boys of finance will further inflame public opinion. Only the public isn’t likely to know...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The auto bailout one year later

Independent Institute
by Randall Holcombe


President Bush provided the initial bailout for GM and Chrysler in December 2008, so it’s reasonable to look back a year later and ask: Was the bailout necessary? Did it work? In hindsight it is readily apparent that the answers are: No, and No...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

US homeowners lost $5.9 trillion since 2006 peak



U.S. homeowners have lost about $5.9 trillion in value since the housing market peak in March 2006 as mounting foreclosures and the recession weighed on prices, according to Almost half a billion dollars was wiped out this year through Nov. 30, as the market headed for a third straight annual decline. New foreclosures and higher mortgage rates in 2010 may hinder a rebound, the property data service said today in a statement...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Monopolpreise auch für Scheininnovationen

CDU- und FPD-Politiker wollen den Leiter des Instituts für Qualität und Wirtschaftlichkeit im Gesundheitswesen durch einen pharmaindustriefreundlicheren Kontrolleur ersetzen.

Special Agent Taxifahrer

Die Behauptung, Saddam Hussein könne binnen 45 Minuten mit Massenvernichtungswaffen Unheil über die halbe Welt verbreiten, stammte laut Angaben eines britischen Parlamentariers wesentlich von einem Personen transportierenden Kleinunternehmer.

Obama and His (Virtual) Virtuous War


It’s about the horrible policies, stupid

Delaware Libertarian
by Tyler Nixon


Obama is now convincingly a minority president. No, I don’t mean racially. I mean Obama now joins George W. Bush not only in the continuation of neocon foreign policies and big government profligacy, but (inevitably) that this is leading him to now consistently poll below 50% approval … and falling. The public’s fast-growing disapproval of Obama’s arrogant power-mongering should come as no surprise, except perhaps for the most oblivious and purely-partisan hopechangers now hunkering down in the bunker...

The antiwar right: Our time is near

by Justin Raimondo


Neocons like Reihan Salam are worried that Republicans will soon ‘begin to abandon the president en masse over Afghanistan.’ As well they might be: Salam, a self-described advocate of ‘a Pax Americana foreign policy,’ and a fellow at the New America Foundation — a corporate-funded let’s-promote-’new’-but-safely-conventional-ideas, formerly headed up by James Fallows — knows his enemies, and is preparing to meet them, albeit not head on. Before the battle is joined, however, he wants to define the enemy — in his own terms, of course...

So much for the peace presidency

Cato Institute
by Gene Healy


This Thursday, Barack Obama will swing by Oslo to pick up the Nobel Peace Prize — just over a week after he announced that he’d escalate the war in Afghanistan. Awkward. When Obama won the prize in October, you had to wonder whether the self-esteem movement, where every kid gets a trophy, had made its way from little league to the Nobel Committee. Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King, Jr. — and a guy running two wars, who’d been president for two weeks when nominations closed?

My friend the president

by Glenn Greenwald


Over the past couple of days, Andrew Sullivan has linked to and published protests from various individuals who are quite angry that people ‘on the left’ are being so mean to President Obama, and several of them are so upset that they have decided they are ‘leaving the left,’ whatever that might mean. What’s most striking about these valiant defenses of Obama is how utterly devoid they are of any substantive points and how, instead, suffuse with weird, even inappropriate, emotional attachments they are. These objections are grounded almost exclusively in (a) a deep-seated conviction that President Obama is a good and just man who means well; (b) their own rather intense upset at seeing him criticized; and (c) a spitting ad hominem fury of the type long directed by Bush followers at any critics of their leader, and generally typical of authoritarian attacks on out-groups critics...

The spending wars

The American Prospect
by Paul Waldman


When Rep. David Obey, chair of the House Appropriations Committee, recently proposed a surtax that would pay for the Afghanistan War, the collective response from most of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle was, ‘Are you nuts?’ Nancy Pelosi quickly put the kibosh on Obey’s ‘Share the Sacrifice Act,’ and all talk of funding the war has been banished. Meanwhile, Democrats have spent untold hours debating how to finance health-care reform, all while Republicans carp about how doing so is just too darn expensive, what with our ever-climbing deficit. We’ve become used to this contradiction in Washington. Wars just need to be fought; the defense budget just needs to keep growing; and we don’t really care what it costs...

Prop up the GOP by scaring Americans?

Fox News Forum
by Ellen Ratner


How is it that coverage of the healthcare reform debate has now moved off the front pages of two of our country’s major newspapers and has been reduced to nothing more than a brief summation in today’s editions of The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times? With healthcare accounting for somewhere between one sixth and one seventh of our total economy, a weekend of Senators debating reform and the topic front and center as one of the major concerns cited by voters, it is amazing that the story is not at the top of the headlines. It is, however, one of the hot topics on talk radio debate and with the American public...

Supporting “acts of government” makes you guilty

Albuquerque Libertarian Examiner
by Kent McManigal


Face it; those who cheer the executioner are no different than those who cheer or defend the police, the military, or any government agency. Support of government can’t be justified...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


We've Ignored King on War

By Rusty Nelson

Dr. King's Nobel lecture is filled with memorable lines. It's incomprehensible to me that Obama could ignore or contradict so many great quotes in his own speech, although we're accustomed to lip service to King's memory from apologists for war.

The AfPak Train Wreck

Investigating 'Suicides' at Guantanamo

Obama Told Conyers to Stop 'Demeaning' Him

A Lonely Voice Against the Fed Now Leads a Chorus

Will Ron Paul Vote Against His Own Bill to Audit the Federal Reserve?

Statement Introducing the Free Competition in Currency Act

Ron Paul’s Fed-Bashing Wins Over Lawmakers Wary of Bank’s Power

Ron Paul's Hour of Power


Blame Bernanke

For the Feds, Some Wall Street Firms Are Too Big to Punish

Bernanke Must Go

What Must the Afghans Think?


US General: Afghan Violence to Rise

Afghanistan's 'Bravest Woman' Pins Hopes on USA, Not Obama

Former Guantanamo Prosecutor Wrongly Fired for Speaking Out

Yana Kunichoff, Truthout: "A former Guantanamo prosecutor was wrongfully fired by a government agency for writing critical op-eds about military commissions, according to the ACLU. The civil rights organization alleges that the firing violated the ex-prosecutor's First Amendment and due process rights."


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