Dienstag, 15. Dezember 2009

Bundessozialgericht verurteilt Berlin wegen sozialer Politik

15. Dezember 2009

Berlin muss 13 Millionen Euro als Schadensersatz an den Bund zurück zahlen, weil es Hartz-IV-Empfänger nicht schon nach einem halben Jahr aus ihrer Wohnung warf. Dazu erklärt die stellvertretende Vorsitzende der Partei DIE LINKE, Halina Wawzyniak:

Soziale Politik hat heute einen herben Rückschlag erlitten. Der Umzugsdruck auf ALG-II-Beziehende wird steigen. Die Gestaltungsspielräume verantwortlicher Politikerinnen und Politiker in Kommunen und Ländern werden durch dieses Urteil weiter eingeengt. Obwohl das Gericht die Forderung des Bundes nach 47 Millionen Euro Rückzahlung abwies, befürchte ich, dass mit diesem Urteil die Länder und Kommunen Armut per Gesetz, bekannter als Hartz IV, nunmehr noch restriktiver umsetzen werden, um zukünftig nicht vom Bund in Regress genommen zu werden. Ich würde es begrüßen, wenn die Bundesregierung die Banken-Rettungs-Milliarden genauso rigoros eintreiben würde, dann könnte der Bund auf die „Peanuts“ aus Berlin locker verzichten.

http://www.die-linke.de/nc/presse/presseerklaerungen/detail/artikel/bundessozialgericht-verurteilt-berlin-wegen-sozialer-politik/



16. Dezember 2009

Rettungspaket für Krisen-Arbeitslose notwendig

Der stellvertretende Vorsitzende der LINKEN, Klaus Ernst, fordert nach der Veröffentlichung der aktuellen Zahlen zum beschleunigten Jobabbau in der deutschen Wirtschaft ein "Rettungspaket für die Krisen-Arbeitslosen". Er wirft Kanzlerin Merkel Untätigkeit bei der Abfederung des Arbeitsmarkts vor. Er erklärt:

Alles Schönreden hat nichts genutzt: Die Krise schlägt jetzt voll auf den Arbeitsmarkt durch. Jobs werden massenhaft abgebaut. Das sind die Arbeitslosen der Regierung Merkel, die viel zu wenig getan hat, um den Arbeitsmarkt abzufedern. Für Banken wurden übers Wochenende Milliardenhilfen beschlossen. Bei Jobsicherung und Arbeitslosen wird geknausert. Das verstehen die Menschen zu Recht nicht. Wir brauchen jetzt schnell ein großes Rettungspaket für die Krisen-Arbeitslosen. Das Arbeitslosengeld I muss in der Krise für alle Anspruchsberechtigten auf 24 Monate verlängert werden. Sonst fallen nächstes Jahr Hunderttausende in Hartz IV. Staatshilfe für Unternehmen darf es grundsätzlich nur noch gegen Jobgarantien geben. Außerdem müssen die Vermögens- und Einkommensprüfung für Kurzarbeiter, die mit ihren Familien in Hartz IV fallen, gelockert werden.

http://www.die-linke.de/nc/presse/presseerklaerungen/detail/artikel/rettungspaket-fuer-krisen-arbeitslose-notwendig/



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Jugendarbeitslosigkeit: Nach Ausbildung zunehmend ohne Perspektive

„Immer mehr Jugendliche wissen nicht, wie es nach der Ausbildung weitergeht. Nur jeder Dritte hat eine Zusage seines Ausbildungsbetriebes, dort nach der Lehre weiter arbeiten zu können. Dies hat eine Untersuchung der DGB-Jugend ergeben, für die 1957 junge Menschen im letzten Ausbildungsjahr befragt wurden. Etwa jeder Vierte weiß schon heute sicher, dass er nicht übernommen wird. Und rund 40 Prozent haben keinerlei Informationen, wie es mit ihnen weitergeht…“ DGB-Meldung vom 14.12.2009 http://www.dgb.de/2009/12/14_jugend_ausbildung/

Siehe dazu die DGB-Kurzstudie (pdf) http://www.dgb.de/themen/themen_a_z/abisz_doks/a/ausbildung_uebernahmesituation2009.pdf/


Aus: LabourNet, 15. Dezember 2009



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Continued culture of corruption

Freedom Politics
by Gary Galles

12/14/09

In 2006, Republican earmark scandals helped Democrats re-capture control of the House of Representatives. Speaker Nancy Pelosi promised to address the ‘culture of corruption’ by introducing earmark reforms on Congress’ opening day. How have those reforms turned out? Progress is hard to identify, with the House’s just-passed (with no Republican votes) omnibus spending bill including over 5,000 earmarks worth almost $4 billion, and the military spending bill expected to add more than that. And all that is offered as justification are recycled invalid arguments...

http://tinyurl.com/yd7ejdf


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Financial 'Reform' Preserves Too Big Banks, Too Much Speculation

The Nation
by John Nichols

12/13/09

The U.S. House has voted for legislation that is described as ‘financial services reform.’ But most of the ‘reforms’ are so mild that the savviest of the nation’s big bankers will be breathing sighs of relief, rather than worrying about being regulated into good behavior. That’s not to say that the House bill is meaningless. It proposes some valuable shifts, including the creation of a Consumer Financial Protection Agency that could — if infused with proper authority and backed by a White House and Congress that want to tip the regulatory balance in favor of the great mass of Americans — give bankers and speculators some headaches. Unfortunately, that’s a vague promise rather than a firm one...

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The Fed’s money monopoly

Hawaii Reporter
by US Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)

12/14/09

Last week, in the name of protecting the little guy from Wall Street, the House passed HR 4173 to increase the little guy’s false sense of security in the financial system. This mammoth piece of legislation would massively increase government regulation and oversight in the banking industry under the misguided reasoning that more government could have stopped faulty lending practices, when in actuality it caused them. This bill would also greatly increase the powers of the Federal Reserve, which too many in Congress still see as savior rather than perpetrator in this mess...

http://tinyurl.com/y99yqzz


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Millions of Bush administration e-mails recovered

CNN

12/14/09

Computer technicians have recovered about 22 million Bush administration e-mails that the White House had said were missing, two watchdog groups that sued over the documents announced Monday. The e-mails date from 2003 to 2005, and had been ‘mislabeled and effectively lost,’ according to the National Security Archive, a research group based at George Washington University...

http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/12/14/white.house.emails/


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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The Vision of the Founders: Dead and Gone

http://www.lewrockwell.com/gutzman/gutzman20.1.html



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Ron Paul: Obama Should Have Turned Down the Nobel Peace Prize

http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul621.html

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We Can Now Add Yemen to Our Nobel Peace Prize President's War Agenda

The US air force perpetrated an appalling massacre against citizens in the north of Yemen as it launched air raids on various populated areas, markets, refugee camps and villages along with Saudi warplanes ...

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/44906.html



US Attack Kills 120 In Yemen

Obama Ordered U.S. Military Strike on Suspected "Terrorists"

By BRIAN ROSS, RICHARD ESPOSITO, MATTHEW COLE, LUIS MARTINEZ and KIRIT RADIA

As many as 120 people were killed in the three raids, according to reports from Yemen, and opposition leaders said many of the dead were innocent civilians.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24225.htm



U.S Kill 63 Civilians, 28 Children in Yemen Air Strikes

By Press TV

Yemen's Houthi fighters say scores of civilians, including many children, have been killed in US air-raids in the southeast of the war-stricken Arab country. The Shia fighters on Friday reported the deaths of 63 people, including some 28 children, in the southeastern province of Abyan.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24226.htm



Obama ordered deadly blitz on Yemen: US media

US Nobel Peace Prize laureate President Barack Obama has signed the order for a recent military strike on Yemen in which scores of civilians, including children, have been killed, a report says.

http://presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=114119&sectionid=351020206



'US aided' deadly Yemen raids

Residents of Abyan said that there was no al-Qaeda training camp in the area and that the raids had destroyed several homes. Abbas al-Assal, a local human rights activist who was at the scene, said 64 people were killed, including 23 children and 17 women.

http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2009/12/2009121954017137936.html



Who's the Enemy?

By John O'Kane

Obama's Nobel acceptance speech was an embarrassing justification for the potential of war to produce peace.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24445.htm


From Information Clearing House

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Obama’s peace prize continues tradition of dubious choices

Independent Institute
by Ivan Eland

12/16/09

[O]ther liberal warheads besides President Obama have won the Nobel Peace Prize, too. Teddy Roosevelt, a Republican Progressive, won the prize but is one of the few American presidents who actually believed that war had positive effects on the human condition. Woodrow Wilson won it but is the man who ruined the entire 20th century by involving America unnecessarily in the First World War (the U.S. had traditionally stayed out of Europe’s wars) and thus inadvertently played a great role in bringing about the conditions for the second, more horrible installment of that conflict and the subsequent Cold War. Finally, Henry Kissinger, the national security adviser and secretary of state to the last liberal president before Obama — Richard Nixon — won the prize even though he and Nixon carpet-bombed the small country of Cambodia, not caring a thing about indiscriminately killing huge numbers of civilians...

http://www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?id=2684



Barack Obama’s Doublespeak “peace” speech

Independent Institute
by Laurie L. Calhoun

12/18/09

In accepting the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, Barack Obama recited the tried and true sophism parroted by U.S. presidents since 1945 in defending their wars: The Third Reich had to be defeated. As though Afghanistan bore any more resemblance to Germany than did North Vietnam. As though sending ever more U.S. troops to kill ever more innocent Afghan citizens might have any more tangible effect than to incite the ire of the very people alleged to be quietly conspiring to attack the United States again...

http://www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?id=2685



A lesson on nonviolence for Obama

AntiWar.Com
by Eric Stoner

12/19/09

Almost immediately after acknowledging that there is ‘nothing weak — nothing passive — nothing naive — in the creed and lives of Gandhi and King,’ Obama equated nonviolence with doing nothing. To live and act nonviolently, however, never involves standing ‘idle in the face of threats.’ Dorothy Day, Cesar Chavez, Dave Dellinger, Daniel and Philip Berrigan, and countless other genuine peacemakers have put their lives on the line in the struggle for a more just world. Advocates of nonviolence, like Gandhi, simply believe that means and ends are inseparable — that responding in kind to an aggressor will only continue the cycle of violence...

http://tinyurl.com/y8ue4dc


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

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Earn This!

Winslow Myers, Truthout: "President Obama's speech in Oslo was powerful, subtle, honest and provocative - provocative in that it cries out for thoughtful citizen response, especially in the context of the cognitive dissonance which he sought to finesse: a leader at war receiving a peace prize."

http://www.truthout.org/1218096

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Deaths of children & US involvement in Yemen downplayed
http://www.ufppc.org/us-a-world-news-mainmenu-35/9242/



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Washington: Tear Down Your Wall Against Currency Competition

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GLOBAL HUNGER EPIDEMIC: WHO MANIPULATES THE PRICES?

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How bankers destroy £7 for every £1 they create

World 'losing faith in debt-laden UK'

Bank's warning over the nation's credit rating.
http://snipurl.com/tp0zk



Outrage At 2,000% Loans

GREEDY lenders are exploiting struggling families by offering Christmas loans with crippling annual interest rates of 2,350 per cent.

http://www.dailyexpress.co.uk/posts/view/145904



How bankers destroy £7 for every £1 they create

Hospital cleaners are more valuable to society, say researchers.
http://snipurl.com/tp10m



For feds, more get 6-figure salaries

The number of federal workers earning six-figure salaries has exploded during the recession, according to a USA TODAY analysis of federal salary data.

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From Information Clearing House



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SCOTUS ruling means torture could return: civil rights group

SCOTUS ruling means torture could return: civil rights groupThe United States Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by four former Guantanamo inmates who want to sue the US government for torture they say they endured during their stay at the prison camp, a move the inmates' lawyers say could pave the way for future torture practices by the US military.

http://rawstory.com/2009/12/supreme-court-torture-suit/


From Information Clearing House

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Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR): Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Suit Seeking Accountability for Guantanamo Torture

http://www.commondreams.org/newswire/2009/12/14-18



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A Mounting Suicide Rate Prompts an Army Response

Neither the U.S. military nor the American public would tolerate a conflict in which U.S. losses mounted for five straight years. Yet, that's what's happening in the Army's battle with suicides.

http://snipurl.com/tp0y6


From Information Clearing House

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Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA): Suicide Rate for Vets Increases
http://www.commondreams.org/newswire/2010/01/12-9

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Despite Prevention Efforts, US Military Suicides Rise

Halimah Abdullah, McClatchy Newspapers: "Eight years of war in Afghanistan and Iraq have etched indelible scars on the psyches of many of the nation's servicemen and women, and the U.S. military is losing a battle to stem an epidemic of suicides in its ranks."

http://www.truthout.org/despite-prevention-efforts-us-military-suicides-rise56114



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A Secret Government: Secret Reports, Secret Budgets, Secret Operations, Secret Courts

By Sibel Edmonds

If these points don't sound outrageous and if they don't make the state of our liberties look dire and pathetic, then we are all in deep trouble.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24183.htm



American Fascism

By political definition the US is now fascist, not a constitutional republic

By Carl Herman

The definition of "fascism" has some academic variance, but is essentially collusion among corporatocracy, authoritarian government, and controlled media and education. This "leadership" is only possible with a nationalistic public accepting policies of war, empire, and limited civil and political rights.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24181.htm



Are Americans a Broken People?

Why We've Stopped Fighting Back Against the Forces of Oppression

By Bruce E. Levine

A psychologist asks: Have consumerism, suburbanization and a malevolent corporate-government partnership so beaten us down that we no longer have the will to save ourselves?

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24184.htm



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Obama Lies: "America Has Never Fought a War Against a Democracy"

By Carl Herman

A lie of omission is a lie; it intentionally leaves out crucial information to create a false representation of reality. Obama lied in omission in his Orwellian Peace Prize acceptance speech by claiming, "America has never fought a war against a democracy."

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24179.htm



Fighting Another Dumb War

By Chris Hedges

I have spent enough time inside the American military to have tasted its dark brutality, frequent incompetence and profligate ability to waste human lives and taxpayer dollars.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24180.htm

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The clarity of false choices

Reason
by Jacob Sullum

12/16/09

‘There are those who claim we have to choose between paying down our deficits … and investing in job creation and economic growth,’ President Obama said last week. ‘This is a false choice.’ During the same speech, he asked his audience to ‘let me just be clear’ that his administration, having racked up the biggest budget deficits ever, is embracing fiscal responsibility, as reflected in his vow that ‘health insurance reform’ will not increase the deficit ‘by one dime.’ For connoisseurs of Obama-speak, the address featured a trifecta, combining three of his favorite rhetorical tropes. There was the vague reference to ‘those who’ question his agenda, the ‘false choice’ they use to deceive the public, and the determination to ‘be clear’ and forthright, in contrast with those dishonest naysayers. These devices are useful as signals that the president is about to mislead us...

http://reason.com/archives/2009/12/16/the-clarity-of-false-choices



Which comes first: Interventionism or terrorism?

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G. Hornberger

12/16/09

Following up on my last two blogs regarding the important debate over what has motivated people to commit terrorist acts against the United States, two questions arise: First, why does the U.S. government persist in his claim that the terrorists are motivated by hatred for American freedom and values when the overwhelming weight of the evidence is virtually conclusive that what has motivated the terrorists to strike against the United States is U.S. foreign policy?

http://www.fff.org/blog/jghblog2009-12-16.asp



Speak no evil

The New Republic
by John B. Judis

12/17/09

The lines most cited in Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize speech were those about evil: ‘Evil does exist in the world. A non-violent movement could not have halted Hitler’s armies. Negotiations cannot convince Al Qaeda’s leaders to lay down their arms. To say that force may sometimes be necessary is not a call to cynicism — it is a recognition of history, the imperfections of man and the limits of reason.’ These lines won approbation from both liberals and conservatives. … While I don’t object to the idea of just war, and have supported the various wars that Obama cited in his speech, and wouldn’t balk at calling Al Qaeda or Hitler evil, I think Obama ventured onto dangerous terrain by invoking the existence of evil as a justification for war. That kind of argument suggests neither moral realism nor prudent idealism, but the crusade-like, messianic foreign policy — pitting good against evil — that got the country into so much trouble during the last administration...

http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/speak-no-evil



A diplomatic casualty of war

In These Times
by Roger Morris & George Kenney

12/14/09

The rare resignation on principle is always telling in American government. When Matthew Hoh left the State Department in October — a Marine Captain in Iraq who became a diplomat in Afghanistan early this year — his act was significant far beyond the first reports. Hoh speaks grim truth to power. His message is that to pursue the Afghan war policy in any guise — including President Obama’s prescription of 30,000 additional, rapidly deployed troops — will be utter folly, trapping America in an unwinnable civil war in the Hindu Kush, and only fueling terrorism...

http://tinyurl.com/yaj96hk


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Ohne einen neuen gesellschaftlichen Taktgeber wird die Klimakatastrophe kaum zu bewältigen sein

Meinhard Miegel über die Krise, die keine ist, und warum wir umdenken müssen, um den nächsten Crash zu vermeiden.

http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/31/31680/1.html



Glocken als Feuerlöscher

Ohne einen neuen gesellschaftlichen Taktgeber wird die Klimakatastrophe kaum zu bewältigen sein.

http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/31/31723/1.html



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Kinderschutz für den Überwachungsstaat

Die britische Regierung will die geplante Überprüfung der Menschen, die mit Kindern zu tun haben, einschränken, das Gesetz ist aber weiterhin Ausdruck einer bedenklichen Paranoia.

http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/31/31724/1.html



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Geld aus Drogenhandel soll Banken 2008 gerettet haben

Der Chef der UN-Drogenbehörde sagt, das schmutzige Geld sei oft das einzige Kapital gewesen, das noch verfügbar war.

http://www.heise.de/tp/blogs/8/146748



Der frühere Fed-Chef Volcker reitet wieder

Einflussreichster Kritiker der Finanzmärkte redet den mächtigsten Bankern ins Gewissen.
http://www.heise.de/tp/blogs/8/146742



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Obama's Wars, Obama's Casualties, Obama's Responsibilities

American Principle Is Power

Lt. Col. Barry Wingard, Truthout: "With the release of the so-called 'torture' memos and now the full Senate Armed Services Committee's report on detainee treatment, the debate over detainee abuse has focused on further investigations into the military personnel, intelligence operatives and even lawyers involved in the detention and treatment of detainees like my client, Fayiz al-Kandari."

http://www.truthout.org/1214094



Obama's Wars, Obama's Casualties, Obama's Responsibilities

Paul Sullivan, Truthout: "On Veterans Day 2009, President Barack Obama walked through the headstones in Arlington National Cemetery outside Washington, DC. He was deliberating his impending decision to escalate and then terminate the Afghanistan War. On December 1, Obama announced his temporary escalation of the Afghanistan War with the deployment of 30,000 new troops, to the dismay of both pro-war neoconservatives and antiwar activists. On December 6, 2009, the New York Times quoted a presidential adviser as saying Obama was 'totally at peace,' as troops would begin returning home by July 2011."

http://www.truthout.org/1214098



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DoJ to Seek Dismissal of Rendition Lawsuit Against CIA

William Fisher, Truthout: "The question is: Can the US government force the dismissal of a lawsuit against it simply by claiming that national security would be endangered if the suit went ahead? On Tuesday in San Francisco, the nation may move one step closer to an answer. That's the day the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) will appear in a federal appeals court in San Francisco to argue that a lawsuit against Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen Dataplan Inc. for its role in the Bush administration's unlawful 'extraordinary rendition' program should go forward."

http://www.truthout.org/1214097



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Ortung auf lange Distanz

Montag, den 14. Dezember 2009 um 11:07 Uhr

Dunja Kandel

Mobilfunktürme ermöglichen eine Ortung von GSM-/GPSModulen über eine Entfernung von etwa 15 bis 20 Kilometern.Live-Tracking mit aktiver RFID und GSM-/GPS-Modulen

Ein aktiver Tag kann Bestandteil eines GSM-/GPS-Moduls sein, welches von den Ausmaßen kleiner als eine Zigarettenschachtel ist. Über die Einsatzmöglichkeiten aktiver Long-Range-RFID-Tags in Kombination mit GSM-/GPS-Modulen für die Ortung sprach „RFID im Blick" mit Martin Schröter, Geschäftsführer, Multitrack.

Weiter unter...
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RFID für Verkehrsmanagement

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