Sonntag, 9. April 2006

Gib mir Deine Handy-Nummer und ich finde Dich

MOSKAU, 08. April

(RIA Novosti)

Moskaus Mobilfunkanbieter Megafon-Moskwa hat das Suchsystem Navigator vorgestellt, mit dem der Aufenthaltsort eines Handy-Benutzers jederzeit geortet werden kann.

"Unser neues Angebot richtet sich an Eltern und Kinder, an Autofahrer und Firmenkunden", sagte Megafon-Manager Wassili Kusitschew. So mussten die Eltern bis jetzt mehrmals anrufen, um den Verbleib ihres Kindes zu ermitteln. Das neue System bietet die Möglichkeit, den Aufenthaltsort des gewünschten Gesprächspartners binnen wenigen Sekunden per SMS oder Internet festzustellen, und erspart dadurch Zeit und Geld.

Darüber hinaus können die Eltern einen Raum für den Aufenthalt ihres Kindes vorgeben. Sollte das Kind die Grenze übertreten, schickt das System ein Alarmsignal an die Eltern, erzählte Kusitschew.

Die Autofahrer können mit dem Navigator die optimale Route wählen und sich über Staus informieren lassen. Den Firmenleitern bietet das neue System die Möglichkeit, die Bewegung ihrer Mitarbeiter zu überwachen.

Den neuen Service könne sich jeder Megafon-Kunde leisten, sagte Kusitschew weiter. Die monatliche Gebühr betrage lediglich 26,55 Rubel (ca. 0,8 Euro).

© 2005 RIA Novosti

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Hände weg von unserem Essen

Gentechnikfreie Landwirtschaft in das Landesentwicklungsprogramm! Petition an den Bayerischen Landtag – Unterschriftensammlung verlängert bis Ende April

Die ödp München sammelt weiter Unterschriften gegen die für 2006 angekündigten Genmais-Felder in Bayern. Aufgrund des großen Interesses vieler Bürger und der noch laufenden Beratung des Landesentwicklungsprogramms im Bayerischen Landtag wurde die Unterschriftensammlung bis Ende April 2006 verlängert.

Mit der von der bayerischen ödp im Januar initiierten überregionalen Petition unter dem Motto „Hände weg von unserem Essen“ soll erreicht werden, dass die gentechnikfreie landwirtschaftliche Produktionsweise als Ziel der Landesplanung festgeschrieben wird. Ein entsprechender Zusatz soll in das neue Landesentwicklungsprogramm aufgenommen werden, das von März bis Juni im Landtag beraten wird.

Die Petition steht im Internet zum Download bereit unter //www.oedp-muenchen.de/ oder kann telefonisch unter Tel.-Nr. 089 / 45247415 angefordert werden. Ausserdem besteht die Möglichkeit zur Unterschrift bei der nächsten ödp-Veranstaltung in München am Donnerstag, 13. April, 19.30 Uhr, zum Thema

"Biokraftstoffe in der Praxis - vom Pflanzenöl zum solaren Wasserstoff"

Referent: Marcus Reichenberg, Mobil ohne Fossil Brienner Str. 46, U 1/7 und Tram 20/21 Stiglmaierplatz (3 min zu Fuß) U 2/8 Königsplatz (5 min zu Fuß) Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Näheres unter: //www.oedp-muenchen.de/termine.html

Markus Hollemann
Regionalbeauftragter

Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei (ödp)
Stadtverband München
Fon 089/45 24 74 15 × Fax 089/244 365 397
E-Mail m.hollemann@oedp-muenchen.de
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Veranstaltungshinweise:

Alle Vorträge finden jeweils am zweiten Donnerstag im Monat in den Räumen der Gregor-Louisoder-Umweltstiftung statt: Brienner Str. 46, zwischen U2/U8 Königsplatz und U1/U7 Stiglmaierplatz.

Do., 11. Mai 2006, 19.30 Uhr "Die 12 Salze des Lebens - Mit Schüßlersalzen gesund durch das Jahr" Referentin: Angelika Gräfin Wolffskeel von Reichenberg, Heilpraktikerin und Buchautorin

Do., 08. Juni 2006, 19.30 Uhr "EU-Feinstaubrichtlinie - zahnloser Papiertiger?" Referent: Dr. Stefan Taschner, Mobilitätsexperte, Green City

Do., 13. Juli 2006, 19.30 Uhr "Die Welt vor einer neuen Energiekrise? - Solare Zukunft ohne Erdöl und Atomenergie?" Referent: Dr. Herbert Kuhn, Ingenieur, Energieberater

Do., 10. Aug. 2006, 19.30 Uhr "Limbische Wahrheiten - Gehirnforschung, Marketing und Ökologie" Referent: Günther Hartmann, Berater im Stadt- und Regionalmarketing

Do., 14. Sep. 2006, 19.30 Uhr "Pflegenotstand - Keine Perspektive im Alter?" Referentin: Christiane Lüst, Dipl.-Soz. Päd., Initiatorin des Münchner Pflegestammtischs

Do., 12. Okt. 2006, 19.30 Uhr "Ein Jahr nach der Bundestagswahl - Wo steht Deutschland heute?" Referent: Prof. Dr. Klaus Buchner, ödp-Bundesvorsitzender

Do., 09. Nov. 2006, 19.30 Uhr "Das 1,5-Liter-Auto ist machbar - Entwickler berichten" Referent: Uli Sommer, Chefentwickler Loremo-Projekt

Leak-Hating President as Leaker-in-Chief?

After long denouncing leaks of all kinds, Bush is confronted with a statement - unchallenged by his aides - that he authorized a leak of classified material to undermine an Iraq war critic.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040806A.shtml

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Did Bush Lie to Fitzgerald?

What did the President tell the special prosecutor about this issue in 2004 and what is Bush’s legal status in the federal criminal probe?

//www.consortiumnews.com/2006/040706.html



Real Video : What Bush Said in Public About Leaks -
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John W. Dean: The Truth About Lewis "Scooter" Libby's Statements to the Grand Jury

The filing indicates that the President and Vice President departed radically, and disturbingly, from long-set procedures with respect to classified documents - and that the Vice President, in particular, exceeded his declassification authority.

//writ.news.findlaw.com/dean/20060407.html



Libby, Gonzales Provide More Grounds for Censure or Impeachment

Two blockbuster revelations on April 6 provide ample additional grounds for censuring or impeaching George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

//progressive.org/mag_wx040706



Rep. Henry Waxman's Letter to Bush Plame Leak: pdf format

In a letter to President Bush, Rep. Waxman asks for a full accounting of the President's and Vice President's actions in authorizing leaks of classified intelligence about Iraq, while at the same time concealing the President's knowledge of serious doubts about Iraq's pursuit of nuclear weapons.

//www.democrats.reform.house.gov/Documents/20060406152542-43479.pdf



The Rebuking and Scorning of Cynthia McKinney

A Washington press corps that stood idly by while Bush and Cheney plundered the country, wrecked the environment, spied on Americans without a warrant, tortured civilians and lied the country into a war that will only get worse, woke up one morning and collectively decided: "Let's all play Get Cynthia!"

//counterpunch.org/vest04072006.html


From Information Clearing House

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Plenty of Opportunities to Impeach Bush

Patriot Daily points out that Congress may ratify Bush's illegal spying with new FISA legislation so that his actions will be deemed legal and he cannot be impeached for having committed them, but Bush violated enough other laws to make impeachment proceedings possible.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040806I.shtml



//omega.twoday.net/search?q=impeach
//freepage.twoday.net/search?q=impeach

American Democracy Indicted

The American people are largely ignorant of political reality — deeply ignorant.

//www.fff.org/freedom/fd0604f.asp



The Battle For America
//www.current.tv/studio/media/684.htm


From Information Clearing House



The Blue Pill People

There are none so blind as those who will not look. If you are one of those who will look, take a look around. You are surrounded -- surrounded by millions who will not look. These are the blue pill people. Who are these blue pill people and why won't they look?

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article1543.htm

Iraqi official: 'It's civil war'

A senior official in the Iraqi government has for the first time admitted the country is in a state of civil war.

//www.itv.com/news/world_467275.html



Iraq three years on: don't look away

And don't believe all that our leaders tell us about democracy. Three years after the toppling of Saddam, Iraq is a bloody mess. Yesterday 70 people were killed in an attack on a Baghdad mosque. Patrick Cockburn reports on three years of broken promises in a blighted land.

//news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article356466.ece



Time Running Out for Rebuilding of Iraq

The ambitions of 2003, when President Bush spoke of making Iraq's infrastructure ``the best in the region,'' have given way to the shortfalls of 2006, in electricity and water supply, sanitation, health facilities and oil production.

//www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,,-5743067,00.html



Wisconsin voters want U.S. troops out of Iraq

On Tuesday, folks in 34 cities and towns across Wisconsin cast their votes on referendums calling for immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops. The referendums passed in 24 out of 32 communities.

//progressive.org/mag_wx040506



'The war is illegal. I can't pay for a government killing machine'

A man has vowed to go to prison rather than pay taxes which he believes would fund a "blatantly illegal war" in Iraq.

//news.independent.co.uk/uk/legal/article356034.ece


From Information Clearing House



US veterans against War in Iraq

Garett Reppenhagen's experience in Iraq - where he served for a year - has changed his mind on the occupation and has led him to leave the US Army.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article12653.htm

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Iraq War Makes World Less Safe

Ann Wright, former Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in Mongolia for the US Foreign Service, feels as long as the US remains in Iraq, the violence there will continue. Wright said the US needs to leave as soon as possible and leave it up to the Iraqi people to decide if they want an international presence and, if so, whom.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040806B.shtml

Let's Save Our Democracy by Getting Money Out of Politics

A Culture of Corruption

By Bill Moyers

Money is choking our democracy to death. Our elections are bought out from under us and our public officials are doing the bidding of mercenaries. So powerful is the hold of wealth on politics that we cannot say America is working for all Americans. The majority may support such broad social goals as affordable medical coverage for all, decent wages for working people, safe working conditions, a secure retirement, and clean air and water, but there is no government "of, by, and for the people" to deliver on those aspirations.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article12647.htm



Local Teacher's Run-In With Homeland Security Creates Insecurities

Leander Pickett, a teacher's assistant at Englewood Elementary, said he was manhandled and handcuffed by two plain clothed Homeland Security officers in front of the school Tuesday for no reason at all.

//news.yahoo.com/s/wjxt/20060406/lo_wjxt/3379371



Money From Abroad for Katrina Lost

Federal auditors on Thursday laid out a scenario of omissions, missteps and bureaucratic nightmares that caused a loss of money and other donations sent from abroad to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.

//www.wibc.com/news/article.aspx?id=853183



Increasingly Vicious Laws Push Out Homeless

Communities nationwide appear intent on testing the lengths they can go to suppress or expel their homeless populations -- anything to avoid having to see, let alone help, the least fortunate.

//newstandardnews.net/content/index.cfm/items/3026


From Information Clearing House

How the US government, big business, and the CIA developed techniques to manage and control the minds of the American people

The Century of the Self

Adam Curtis' acclaimed series examines the rise of the all-consuming self against the backdrop of the Freud dynasty.

Part II - The Engineering of Consent

How the US government, big business, and the CIA developed techniques to manage and control the minds of the American people.

Click here to view:
//informationclearinghouse.info/article12646.htm

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AT&T Gave Your Data to Feds

AT&T provided NSA eavesdroppers with full access to its customers' phone calls, and shunted its customers' internet traffic to data-mining equipment installed in a secret room in its San Francisco switching center, according to a former AT&T worker cooperating in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's lawsuit against the company.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040806D.shtml

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Retired AT&T employee describes NSA SF spy room in EFF class action suit
//www.ufppc.org/content/view/4334/


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Why locals say FU to DU: the ‘Agent Orange of this War’

Weapon of Mass Destruction

By Anthony Pignataro,
April 8, 2006
Maui Times

//www.mauitime.com/story.aspx?story_id=1546

For the generals who run the Pentagon, depleted uranium is a true weapon of mass destruction. Not because it’s a nuclear, biological or chemical warhead demanding international treaties, but because it kills enemy soldiers and tanks better than anything the world has ever seen.

For that reason, U.S. armed forces of every branch put depleted uranium
(DU) into their ordinance. U.S. Army and Marine Corps battle tanks fire DU rounds. The U.S. Air Force’s A-10 attack aircraft fires DU bullets. The U.S. Navy uses DU rounds in its Phalanx guns.

Stronger than steel and more lethal than tungsten, which has a tendency to shatter on impact, DU bullets and rounds actually sharpen as they penetrate tank armor. Depleted uranium also ignites at
340 degrees Fahrenheit, and will incinerate whatever it penetrates.

DU rounds travel farther and hit harder—much harder than anything else in the world’s arsenals. Throughout Iraq and the Balkans, U.S. tanks and aircraft firing DU rounds over the last 15 years have destroyed thousands of enemy tanks with virtually no corresponding losses.

“What we want to be able to do is strike the target from farther away than we can be hit back, and we want the target to be destroyed when we shoot at it,” U.S. Army Colonel James Naughton told reporters during a March 14, 2003 briefing on DU. “[I]n World War II we faced a problem of not having the overreach we have today. We don’t ever want to go back to that. And we don’t want to fight even. Nobody goes into a war and wants to be even with the enemy. We want to be ahead, and DU gives us that advantage. We can hit, and they can’t hit us.”

Yes, depleted uranium is a true wonder weapon. It would be the perfect weapon, in fact, if it weren’t for the growing concern that it’s killing our own soldiers. No one really knows for sure, and there are stacks of medical studies that seem to confirm and deny any DU-related dangers, but it’s a fact that more and more researchers are saying depleted uranium exposure may cause a host of kidney ailments and cancers.

The federal government may not be doing anything to address DU concerns, but in Hawai’i, things are different. In the state Legislature, there’s an effort to get DU exposure testing to all returning vets. And no less a health authority than Dr. Lorrin Pang, Maui District Health Officer for the State of Hawai’i’s Department of Health has offered his personal view that DU poses a very real threat to today’s troops.

“DU is the Agent Orange of this war,” said Bill Stroud, president of Vietnam Veterans of Maui, referring to the notorious herbicide used by the U.S. Government during the Vietnam War on huge tracts of jungle that was later shown to cause cancer in soldiers exposed to the sprayings. “It’s a negligently criminal act by our government. We either get some action or we sentence our guys to a slow and painful death.”

Depleted uranium—DU, for short—is about 40 percent less radioactive than naturally occurring uranium, but that doesn’t mean it’s safe. It emits alpha particles of radiation—they can’t get past walls, clothes or even skin—but if you eat or inhale DU, you’re in trouble.

You get DU when you make fuel rods for nuclear reactors. According to DU researcher Karen Chun, the U.S. Government has about a million tons of the junk just lying around. So much, in fact, that they literally give it away to munitions makers, who prize it for its exceptional hardness. “They even considered using it for paving material,” Chun told a few dozen people at a Feb. 24 discussion on DU at Maui Community College sponsored by Maui Peace Action.

There’s also increasing evidence that DU may explain a shocking bit of math dating back to the first Gulf War. In 1991, the U.S. sent 696,778 soldiers, sailors and airmen to the Persian Gulf to fight in Operation Desert Storm, which lasted barely a month. Of those,
148 were killed in action, 467 were wounded and another 145 died in accidents. That’s 760 total casualties.

But since then, the Veterans Administration has reported that more than
183,000 of those who served have filed service-related disability claims for a variety of debilitating and potentially deadly ailments that have come to be known as Gulf War Syndrome. That’s 26 percent of the entire force that deployed. To illustrate how immense that number is, just nine percent of returning World War II vets, five percent of Korea vets and another nine percent of Vietnam vets ever filed for medical disability.

Fifteen years after the conclusion of Gulf War I, and no military or medical official can yet say why there are so many medical problems with Desert Storm vets. Theories include exposure to chemical and nerve agents released accidentally during clean-up detonations after the war, weird chemical poisoning caused by the massive oil well fires ignited by retreating Iraqi forces and experimental anti-nerve vaccines or ultra-powerful bug sprays given to troops just before the war.

For the Pentagon, the first two theories are especially popular—notably because they carry no liability for the federal government. War is dirty, and modern war brings with exposure to new and deadly toxics hitherto unseen in war. But one theory that isn’t at all popular in the E-Ring or anywhere else in the chain of command is depleted uranium.

U.S. military officials have spent years denying that DU is dangerous to people who come in contact with it. They say research into uranium miners shows no long-term health effects. They even produced their own
2004 study—called “Capstone”—that seems to show that even soldiers carrying DU shrapnel in their bodies show no ill effects.

And they might be correct. The problem is, there are still many noted civilian scientists who say there are too many gaps and limitations in current DU research to say anything certain.

“We have no idea,” Carolyn Fulco, an Institute of Medicine DU researcher told the Daily Press of Hampton Roads, Virginia, which published an exhaustive investigation into DU on Dec. 12, 2004. Another DU researcher, Beate Ritz of the University of California, Los Angeles, told the paper: “Our human research, as valuable as it is, has a lot of severe limitations.”

Lorrin Pang, the District Health Office for Maui County, says his personal view is that DU poses a health threat. He’s also a retired member of the U.S. Army Medical Corps.

During a Feb. 24, 2006 panel discussion on DU at Maui Community College, Pang referred to a National Academy of Sciences study on uranium miners that showed that while the junk didn’t seem to cause lung cancer or kidney disease, there was some indication that DU could cause a whole host of other cancers, including bone cancer and lymphatic cancer.

Indeed, even the Pentagon, which chose the name “Capstone” for its DU study as a way to subtly hint that there was no need to say anything else on the matter, says it’s still doing research. But that research doesn’t extend to getting returning Iraq and Afghanistan vets tested for DU contamination.

For local anti-DU activists, House Bill 2741 offered some hope in this area. “The purpose of this Act is to safeguard the health of Hawai’i’s national guard veterans,” the bill language stated. Sponsored by seven Democrats—including Mele Carroll (D, 13th District) from Maui—and introduced in late January of this year, the bill sought to help veterans get federal health screenings for DU exposure and establish a task force to “study the health effects on these veterans of exposures to hazardous materials, including depleted uranium, during their service.”

The bill almost immediately stalled in the House Public Safety and Military Affairs Committee. According to a legislative aide familiar with the bill, HB 2741 has been modified into a “resolution”—a toothless statement that lacks any force of law and merely advocates that returning vets should get DU-exposure testing. The change came about, the aide said, after committee members consulted with the state Adjutant General’s office. The aide said that according to the Adjutant General—Major General Robert G. F. Lee, the overall commander of all state Guard forces—such testing “wasn’t necessary.”

A spokesman for the Adjutant General’s office confirmed that.

“We feel as though it’s not necessary,” said Major Charles Anthony. “All returning soldiers, airmen, marines and sailors coming back from combat zones are given medical screenings. Everyone from the Army Guard coming back from Iraq or Kuwait is given extensive health screenings. What’s proposed is somewhat redundant.”

In fact, the Adjutant General’s office may be right—but not necessarily for the reason Major Anthony gave. Screening returning vets from Iraq and Afghanistan using the current testing regimen may tell us nothing about their possible exposure to DU.

At the February DU forum at MCC, Lorrin Pang said that his reading of the available DU literature shows that it may be next to impossible to find out how DU is actually poisoning the human body. That’s because it isn’t actually the uranium that’s causing problems, but rather oxides and other chemical compounds that are created when DU rounds strike the ground, armor, etc.

It’s these compounds—and not simply the depleted uranium—that may be causing serious health problems when inhaled. But finding these compounds could be all but impossible.

“I’m not sure science has a test to find byproducts of DU,” Pang told the MCC crowd. “The urine test for uranium is easy, but you have to have a piece of shrapnel in you… It’s not just DU—it’s DU after an explosion. It’s very easy for the military to say DU is gone. Of course it’s gone—it’s converted to another chemical.”

Pang said DU impact strikes could create four to five different oxides. He added that these “may be chemically very different from DU” and very “hard to detect.”

At this point during the MCC panel discussion, Bill Stroud of the Maui Vietnam Vets group asked what was the point of testing returning soldiers if the tests probably weren’t going to show anything.

“There are two ways to monitor,” Pang said. “Check now [and] check in a few years. It’s never too late to test. You can always monitor for symptoms… A cautious person will say, ‘I will watch these soldiers.’ When you don’t know, you monitor and you watch.”

What’s really scary is that Hawai’i National Guardsmen and U.S. forces stationed in the islands don’t have to go to Iraq to get DU exposure. Early this year the anti-war group DMZ Hawaii/Aloha ‘Aina obtained through the Freedom of Information Act a Sept. 19, 2005 email from a military official outlining a survey of the Schofield Barracks.

“We have found much that we did not expect, including recent find of depleted uranium,” Samuel P. McManus of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center in Alabama told U.S. Army official Ronald Borne. “We are pulling tons of frag and scrap out of the craters in the western area to the point where it has basically turned into a manual sifting operation. Had this not been a CWM [Chemical Warfare Materiel] site, we would have moved mechanical sifters in about 5 weeks ago but the danger is just too high.”

In a Jan. 6, 2006 Honolulu Advertiser story on the memo, U.S. Army officials confirmed that clean-up contractors at Schofield Barracks had located 15 tail assemblies from D-38 uranium alloy rounds that dated to the 1960’s. The army officials said the rounds posed no danger.

Yeah, no danger, except to Pentagon public relations. Much the way the military officials spent years vigorously denying that Agent Orange caused the cancers that were killing Vietnam vets, they denied that U.S. forces ever used DU rounds during training exercises at Schofield or any other base in Hawai’i.

It’s possible military officials are correct in their assertion that depleted uranium doesn’t cause Gulf War Syndrome or any other medical problems. But given their track record, they can hardly blame people for not trusting them.

MTW


Informant: Davey Garland

95.000 Schweine in einem Stall?

06.04.2006

Im Koalitionsvertrag der Großen Koalition stehen die schönen Sätze: "Der Tierschutz als Staatsziel im Grundgesetz ist für uns Verpflichtung und Leitfaden für eine aktive Tierschutzpolitik.

//www.sonnenseite.com/index.php?pageID=6&news:oid=n4950

335.000 Robben werden abgeschlachtet

07.04.2006

Alle Proteste von Tierschützern und Prominenten wie Paul McCartney oder Brigitte Bardot haben nichts genützt: Kanada hat für diese Saison 325 000 Sattelrobben und 10 000 Klappmützen zum Töten freigegeben.

//www.sonnenseite.com/index.php?pageID=6&news:oid=n4960

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CANADIAN SEAL SLAUGHTER
//freepage.twoday.net/stories/1698315/

Rekord beim Korallensterben in der Karibik

08.04.2006

In der Karibik sind die Korallen im vergangenen Jahr in einem noch nie gesehenen Ausmaß abgestorben.

//www.sonnenseite.com/index.php?pageID=6&news:oid=n4952

BUSH 'IS PLANNING NUCLEAR STRIKES ON IRAN'S SECRET SITES' - If You Can't Win One War, Start Another

//tinyurl.com/oj4o5


Informant: NHNE

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The Iran Plans

One of the military’s initial option plans, calls for the use of a bunker-buster tactical nuclear weapon

By Seymour M. Hersh

Air Force planning groups are drawing up lists of targets, and teams of American combat troops have been ordered into Iran, under cover, to collect targeting data and to establish contact with anti-government ethnic-minority groups. The officials say that President Bush is determined to deny the Iranian regime the opportunity to begin a pilot program, planned for this spring, to enrich uranium.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article12645.htm

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Belligerent Until the Bitter End

If You Can't Win One War, Start Another

By Paul Craig Roberts

The Bush regime currently has wars underway in Afghanistan and in Iraq and can bring neither to a conclusion. Undeterred by these failures, the Bush regime gives every indication that it intends to start a war with Iran, a country that is capable of responding to US aggression over a broader front than the Sunni resistance has mounted in Iraq.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article12652.htm

The Frontlines of the Seal Slaughter

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CANADIAN SEAL SLAUGHTER
//freepage.twoday.net/stories/1698315/

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