Freitag, 30. Juni 2006

Intervention rapide du 15 juillet 2006 sur la rue Félix Perrier à CREST

Geemarc DECT poster campaign using children

The Sutton Coldfield Observer are running a story today about two local young boys age 4 and 8. The boys are to be used as the faces to promote the new mobile DECT football phones throughout the UK for Geemarc. I spoke to the sales manager Jacqui MacKinnon from Geemarc today, she said she was completely unaware with regards to health concerns from using DECT phones and would appreciate any research to show the dangers, I would be most grateful if anyone could provide her with research that is currently available, she is also interested in receiving information about the German DECT phone which is now available and does not give out radiation from the base station, contact Jacqui at .

Take a look at the website and also read the news story about Tony Blair ‘poster boy’. I believe Geemarc’s intentions are good; however they need the research to show it might not be sensible to promote DECT phones especially to children. We need to give them the information and the chance to reconsider the poster campaign using two young boys, please help!

Prime Minister ideal ‘poster boy’ for hearing campaign

30th June 2006


Two football-mad Sutton Coldfield brothers are over the moon after being signed up as the faces of a national campaign to launch a new phone in time for the World Cup. Tom and Elliot White, aged eight and four, from Boldmere, have been chosen to star in the launch of Geemarc’s Football DECT phone this month.

Geemarc UK sales manager Jacqui MacKinnon said the boys, who attend Boldmere Junior School, had been selected for their big smiles and love of football.

She added: “We wanted to have fun photos which really showcase the new phone’s appeal to children and were looking for true football fans.

“When we spotted Tom and Elliot and heard they were not only big fans of Aston Villa but also England, we knew we had the right boys.”

The pictures of the boys will be used as part of a campaign to promote the phone – which is cordless and has a St George design – across the UK.

Best wishes

Eileen O’Connor
Trustee – EM Radiation Research Trust


WLAN, DECT in Schools and Kindergardens

Divesting From Our Future

by Earl Hadley,

Conservative hypocrisy puts college out of the reach of working-class Americans.

Hamdan: Not Over Yet

by Aziz Huq,

The Supreme Court just checked White House power. Now it's up to the other two branches to follow its lead.

A Loss for Competitive Elections

"Instead of standing up for a fair electoral landscape, the Supreme Court produced a ruling that did little to ensure the vibrancy of American democracy, and that itself had an unfortunate whiff of partisanship," writes the New York Times Editorial Board.

A President Rebuked

"The only surviving World War II veteran on the Supreme Court, Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed three decades ago by a president as Republican as W., delivered the plain and airtight message: President Bush violated every standard of the military code, the US Constitution and international law with its order for military tribunals at Guantanamo," writes Bruce Shapiro.

Gitmo Ruling Blow to Expanding Presidential Power

President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney spent much of their first term bypassing Congress in the service of what they labeled a "different kind of war." Now they will almost certainly plunge into negotiations they previously spurned over the extent of the president's powers, this time in the midst of a midterm election in which Bush's wartime strategies and their consequences have emerged as a potent issue.

Anreiz für Entlassungen?

Unternehmenssteuerkonzept soll offenbar vor hochprofitable Konzerne entlasten (30.06.06)

Das Unternehmenssteuerkonzept von Bundesfinanzminister Peer Steinbrück (SPD) entlastet offenbar vor allem Unternehmen mit hoher Eigenkapitalrendite. Eine große Kapitalgesellschaft, die auf 100 Millionen Euro Eigenkapital eine Rendite von 20 Prozent erzielt, könne knapp eine Million Euro Steuern sparen, berichtete das "Handelsblatt" unter Berufung auf Berechnungen des arbeitgebernahen Instituts der Deutschen Wirtschaft (IW). Das selbe Unternehmen müsste jedoch bei einer nur fünfprozentigen Eigenkapitalrendite gut 400.000 Euro mehr an den Fiskus abführen. Insofern könnte die Unternehmensbesteuerung künftig möglicherweise einen starken Anreiz dafür darstellen, durch Entlassungen Kosten zu sparen, um die Eigenkapital-Rendite zu steigern.

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Prevent electronic voting coming to NYC

Informant: Cheryl Guttman


A message from Eleanor:

Dear Friends,

I wrote to the HSUS, concerned that the petition for the sharks may have disappeared. I received this immediate reply. Please take the web alert action! Thanks for all you do!! PLEASE FORWARD AND CROSSPOST!
*sign* *thanks*

Hi Eleanor,

Thanks for your concern for shark tournaments. We think letters, calls and emails are more effective than petitions, which we usually avoid. For contact information for the Chamber of Commerce and the Oaks Bluff town selectmen, see our web story at and our web alert at

You can also contact the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, the state agency that allows the shark tournaments at: Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife
251 Causeway St, Suite 400 Boston, MA 02114-2152

Thanks again for your support. Check back to soon for updates. We'll be putting up a lot more info on tournaments and how you can help quite soon.


Andrea Cimino
Campaign Coordinator
The Humane Society of the United States
2100 L St. NW Washington, DC 20037


We just came out with a video we'll be putting on the web and promoting so that people know what really happens at these events. Here is the link (this was filmed at the tournament in Ocean City, Maryland):

I watched some but it got too much for me. Please do all you can to stop this butchery. Please help the HSUS in their efforts. My thanks and appreciation!

If you haven't already done it, please take action for the sharks of Martha's Vineyard. Try to stop this happening to them.

Medicaid Rule Called a Threat to Millions

The provision may have the unintended consequence of harming several million US citizens who, for a variety of reasons, will not be able to produce the necessary paperwork. They include mentally ill, mentally retarded and homeless people, as well as elderly men and women, especially African-Americans born in an era when hospitals in the rural South barred black women from their maternity wards.

State Governments Say Bush Welfare Regulations Inflexible and Shortsighted

"On its face, this is a very prescriptive application of the welfare law," said Elaine M. Ryan, deputy executive director of the American Public Human Services Association. "We're surprised there is so much micro-management coming from the federal government on a block grant that was designed to be a flexible source of funds to meet the needs of the most vulnerable members of society."

Elections Are Still Stolen the Old-Fashioned Way

Steven Rosenfeld asks, "What's a bigger problem with American elections: disenfranchisment of minority voters or new electronic voting machines stealing votes?"

Did Bush Commit War Crimes?

Rosa Brooks points out, "The Supreme Court on Thursday dealt the Bush administration a stinging rebuke, declaring in Hamdan vs. Rumsfeld that military commissions for trying terrorist suspects violate both US military law and the Geneva Convention. But the real blockbuster in the Hamdan decision is the court's holding that Common Article 3 of the Geneva Convention applies to the conflict with al-Qaeda - a holding that makes high-ranking Bush administration officials potentially subject to prosecution under the federal War Crimes Act."

Someone with a big enough stick finally got in the way and said 'No'

A Moment of Pause

"A rolling sense of awe has enveloped the mainstream news media since yesterday's Supreme Court decision on Guantanamo," writes William Rivers Pitt. "The specifics of the decision are part of the discussion, to be sure, but the sense of amazement has a more basic root. After all this time, after a seemingly endless series of over-reaching power grabs by the Bush administration, someone with a big enough stick finally got in the way and said 'No.'"

Nukes In Orbit: Who Actually Thinks They Will Improve World Security?

Informant: Kev Hall

Hands-free car phones are 'as dangerous as drink-driving'

James Randerson,
science correspondent
Friday June 30, 2006
The Guardian

Using a hands-free kit while at the wheel is as dangerous as drink driving, according to a study of volunteers in a driving simulator. The researchers conclude that all mobile phone use while driving should be banned.

"Just like you put yourself and other people at risk when you drive drunk, you put yourself and others at risk when you use a cellphone and drive. The level of impairment is very similar," said the report's lead author, David Strayer, a professor of psychology at the University of Utah.

The researchers studied the driving skills of 40 volunteers who followed a virtual car in a driving simulator which was programmed to brake at random.

Each of the volunteers performed the task four times: without distractions, while using a handheld phone, while speaking on a hands-free kit and after downing enough vodka to put them just over the drink-driving limit.

As in previous studies, the researchers found that talking into the phone, whether hands-free or hand-held, impaired their driving. Drivers were 9% slower hitting the brakes, 24% more variable in the distance they kept behind the lead car and 19% slower resuming their normal speed. Their impairment was similar to that when they drove drunk.

Proposed new legislation which is passing through parliament will mean that drivers caught using a hand-held phone will receive three points on their licence. A spokesman for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents welcomed the move. "We hope that will give the law new teeth," he said.

The society had wanted hands-free kits to be included from the start, he added, although he conceded that this would be difficult to enforce.

"We want people to take the law very seriously," said a spokesman for the Department for Transport. "We don't want people to lose their licence, we want them to hang up."

He said there were no plans to extend the law to cover hands-free kits, but added that users who became distracted and caused an accident risked other penalties. "Don't think you are above the law because you are using hands-free."

Another study, carried out by researchers at the University of Michigan Transport Research Institute, which involved observing 36 drivers covering more than 80,000 miles on the road, found that speaking to passengers could be as distracting as talking on a mobile. Drivers nattering to the person next to them strayed further from the centre of their lane, for example.

Although less research has been done on the effects of distracting passengers, the result goes against conventional wisdom. Researchers had assumed that passengers would be more likely to keep quiet at difficult driving moments.,,1809550,00.html

From Andy

Why are we hellbent on bloodshed by the state?

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Power of the pen

The American Conservative
by James Bovard

for publication 07/17/06

The 'signing statement' gambit for stretching presidential power was hatched during the Reagan administration. Attorney General Ed Meese instructed Samuel Alito, then a Justice Department lawyer, to analyze how such presidential assertions could buttress the administration's viewpoints in court. But Alito was a piker compared to George W. Bush. Alito declared that the Justice Department should 'concentrate on points of true ambiguity, rather than issuing interpretations that may seem to conflict with those of Congress.' Bush, on the other hand, has used signing statements to negate the most important parts of legislation. According to the Bush administration, if the president issues a signing statement memo that is printed in the Federal Register, federal agencies are not obliged to obey laws enacted by Congress...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The mysterious murder of the electric car

by Hannah Eaves


Interview/film review: "Roughly divided into two segments, 'Who Killed' first addresses the broad history of the electric car, from its birth in the early days of the automobile through its sudden realization and untimely demise. Leased in limited quantities beginning in 1997, the EV was developed by auto companies to fulfill California's mandate even as the companies sought to have the law repealed. When the requirement was altered to their liking in 2003, the cars were taken back and destroyed. The passion and ire of the drivers left behind is touchingly captured in a funeral held for General Motors' flagship electric car, the EV-1. This sets the stage for a dramatic unmasking. Who were the players behind the car's death?

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Who Killed the Electric Car?

You have to watch this introduction about the movie Who Killed the Electric Car. Please follow up on this clip by going to your neighborhood video rental place and renting or even BUYING this documentary. It will leave you really angry that the free market is being subverted by big corporate interests. There's no denying the scam here.

Frank J. Gonzalez
Nov. 7 candidate for Florida's U.S. House Dist. 21 vs. incumbent Bush Republican Lincoln Diaz-Balart
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"I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical."

"I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, thus building a wall of separation between church and state."

--founder of the Democratic Party, 3rd President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

Rice, Lavrov quarrel on Iraq

Washington Times


Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, speaking unknowingly into an open microphone, chastised her Russian counterpart yesterday for bemoaning the killing of five Russian diplomats in Iraq, saying it was wrong to focus on the deaths of diplomats when so many others are dying there. 'The implication that by somehow declaring that diplomats need to be protected, it will get better, I think is simply not right,' Miss Rice said during a closed luncheon as the foreign ministers from the Group of Eight leading industrialized countries negotiated their meeting's final statement...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

House votes to end 25-year offshore drilling ban



The House voted Thursday to end a quarter-century offshore drilling ban and allow energy companies to tap natural gas and oil beneath waters from New England to Alaska. Opponents of the federal ban argued that the nation needed to move closer to energy independence and insisted the gas and oil could be taken without threatening the environment and coastal beaches. They said a state choosing to keep the moratorium could do so. The measure was approved 232-187...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


House Votes to End 25-Year Offshore Drilling Ban

House Republicans, led by Rep. Richard Pombo, are intent on cramming offshore oil drilling down our throats. The bill that they passed on Thursday to lift the moratorium on offshore oil drilling contains some unusually coercive measures, including an unprecedented grant of power to the Secretary of Interior over federal aid to states. In typical fashion for this Republican Congress, the full text of the bill was not made available in time for lawmakers to read it and analyze it. Even some Republicans are crying foul.

Justice Dept. Testifies Deceptively on "Signing Statements"

By quietly dismissing statutes just after signing them, Bush refuses to comply with major elements of newly-signed legislative packages, rather than merely questioning or taking exception to specific provisions of a bill on Constitutional grounds.

Statement in Support of First Lieutenant Ehren Watada

"Lt. Watada is doing the right thing. As a US Army veteran myself of eight years' active duty, with five years in the military police and three years as a special agent in the US Army Criminal Investigation Command, and as a former soldier who remembers very well being explicitly trained by the Army that it is the duty of a soldier to disobey any unlawful order and to comply with the Geneva Convention, I honor Lt. Watada for the courage to be true to his conscience and true to his oath of office as a commissioned officer to support and defend the Constitution and bear true faith and allegiance to the same."

How America is making the mistakes of Assyria in the Middle East

Bush to Cut Veterans' Benefits to Pay for Credit Monitoring

Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) said, "It's outrageous to first expose millions of Americans to credit fraud and identity theft, and then try to cut food stamps, student loans and youth programs to pay for it."

US Losing War on Terrorism

A former CIA official who described himself as a conservative Republican said the war in Iraq has provided global terrorist groups with a recruiting bonanza, a valuable training ground and a strategic beachhead at the crossroads of the oil-rich Persian Gulf and Turkey, the traditional land bridge linking the Middle East to Europe.

Watch Us, Wiretap Us, Search Us, Jail Us ...

What explains the gullibility of Americans, a gullibility that has mired the US in disastrous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and which promises war with Iran, North Korea and a variety of other targets if neoconservatives continue to have their way?

Part of the explanation is that millions of conservatives are thrilled at the opportunity to display their patriotism and to show their support for their country. Bush's rhetoric is perfectly designed to appeal to this desire. "You are with us or against us" elicits a blind and unquestioning response from people determined to wear their patriotism on their sleeves. "You are with us or against us" vaccinates Americans against factual reality and guarantees public acceptance of administration propaganda.

North American Union to Replace USA?

President Bush is pursuing a globalist agenda to create a North American Union, effectively erasing our borders with both Mexico and Canada. This was the hidden agenda behind the Bush administration's true open borders policy.

Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America

The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.

Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

Canada, the United States and Mexico announced the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) for North America on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas.

From Information Clearing House


North American Union to Replace USA?

NSA Internet surveillance program covers domestic traffic

The AT&T spy rooms are "in far more locations than would be required to catch the majority of international traffic"; the configuration in the San Francisco office promiscuously sends all data into the secret room.

From Information Clearing House

Guantanamo Bay doctors under fire

Dr Iain Banks said it was a scandal that doctors were "becoming involved in torture practices".

From Information Clearing House

Supreme Court Decision on Gitmo Undermines Bush’s Legal Case For Warrantless Wiretapping

The impact of today’s Supreme Court decision on military commissions goes well beyond Guantanamo. The Supreme Court has ruled that the Authorization for the Use of Military Force – issued by Congress in the days after 9/11 – is not a blank check for the administration.

From Information Clearing House

Guantanamo Bay Detainee 'In Great Pain'

A BAHRAINI detainee at Guantanamo Bay can barely stand or exercise after being subjected to painful force-feeding in an effort to make him abandon his hunger strike, his lawyers claimed yesterday.

From Information Clearing House

Pakistan Angrily Reacts to Rice's Comments

Pakistan's Foreign Ministry responded angrily to a call by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for democratic elections next year, saying it doesn't need "outside'' advice.,,-5919021,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Cost of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to top $500 Billion in 2007

The nonpartisan Congressional Research Service said in a report that through the current fiscal year ending Sept. 30, the government will have spent $437 billion on overseas military and foreign aid funding. That includes the latest supplemental.

From Information Clearing House

U.S. troops kill civilians

Issam Hamza and his son Ahmed were killed in their Baghdad home by U.S. troops who say the men ignored shouted orders during the arrest of an al Qaeda suspect. Relatives said they were simply panicked by the night-time raid.

Bush Props Up Another Saddam

Next We Take Tehran

News: The confrontation with Iran has very little to do with nukes—and a lot with the agenda of empire

By Robert Dreyfuss

President Bush may or may not order a massive aerial bombardment of Iran later this year. Or he may wait until 2007. Or he may simply escalate a risky confrontation with Iran through covert action and economic sanctions. But whatever the next act in the crisis, don’t be fooled by the assertion that the problem is Iran’s pursuit of nuclear arms.

Voting Rights Act Reauthorization

Equality in voting is fundamental to the American democratic system. For more than 40 years, the Voting Rights Act has protected the right of every American citizen to cast an informed vote. Consequently, the NAACP strongly encourages Congress to swiftly reauthorize the Voting Rights Act (Fannie Lou Hamer, Rosa Parks and Coretta Scott King Voting Rights Act Reauthorization and Amendments Act of 2006 [S. 2703/H.R. 9]).

Although the reauthorizing legislation was introduced in Congress on May 2, 2006, on Wednesday, June 21, 2006, a small band of obstructionists in the House of Representatives hampered the reauthorization process by stalling H.R. 9. These congressional obstructionists—like Representatives Lynn Westmorland (GA), Charlie Norwood (GA) and others—represent retrogressive forces that America hasn't seen at this level since the 1960s.

Many of those trying to derail this bill represent states with the most egregious records of discrimination in voting. Their actions would return us to a time when the rights of racial and ethnic minority Americans-specifically the right to vote-were not protected or enforced.

Leaders in the House of Representatives must move past this small group of obstructionists and get the bill back on track immediately. The nation's continued progress towards equality demands this.

Starting on Wednesday, June 27, 2006, the NAACP will join People for the American Way and the National Education Association to hand-deliver signed petitions gathered from around the country to the House leadership.

Tell Congress to stop stalling and renew the Voting Rights Act. Please sign the petition now to tell Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, and Majority Leader, John Boehner, to stand up and lead the effort to reauthorize the Voting Rights Act!

Dr. John H. Jackson
Chief Policy Officer

Democrats Vow to Block Pay Raises Until Minimum Wage Increased

Democrats ratcheted up their election-year push for an increase in the federal minimum wage Tuesday by promising to block a Congressional pay hike unless some of the lowest-paid hourly workers get their first raise in nearly a decade.

Groups Challenge Medicaid Citizenship Law

Low-income citizens backed by anti-poverty groups filed a proposed class action on Wednesday, challenging a federal law requiring proof of citizenship in exchange for benefits under the government's Medicaid health insurance program for the poor.

Senator Moves to Suspend New Arsenic Limit for Tap Water

Just months after a new standard took effect to limit levels of arsenic in drinking water, Sen. Larry E. Craig (R-Idaho) will introduce a measure today to suspend enforcement of the rule for small water systems, including more than 100 in California.

GAO: US EPA Suffers From Chronic Management Problems

The US Environmental Protection Agency does not enforce clean air and water laws consistently and is crippled by sloppy record keeping, the investigative arm of Congress told a Senate panel on Wednesday.

America the Vulnerable

Trucks and railcars filled with deadly chemicals, largely unguarded and unprotected. America the vulnerable.

Former Alabama Governor, Ex-CEO Convicted

Former Governor Don Siegelman and former Health South CEO Richard Scrushy were convicted Thursday in a bribery scheme that derailed Siegelman's campaign to retake his former office.

Ford Breaks Yet Another Promise to Provide American Consumers with Fuel Efficient Vehicles

CCR Lauds Supreme Court Victory in Hamdan V. Rumsfeld and Calls For Fair Trials and Closure of Guantanamo

GOP Elites Are All About Money

Three Nuclear Ironies Between the US and Iran

No More Corporate Crime Prosecutions

Ten Months After Katrina: Gutting New Orleans

Most Employers Cutting Retiree Health Care


Iraq War Ends Silently for One American Soldier

Justices Say Bush Went Too Far at Guantanamo

Rachel's News #861

The Coming Ballot Meltdown

Informant: ranger116

Freefall of American University

by Larry Pratt

If we fail to pay attention to, and ultimately take control of, American universities, our students will be graduating with a hatred of the very culture and Constitution that has produced and fostered the richest and freest country in the world. Students influenced by the professors of Big Brother U. will eagerly vote their freedoms away.....

The American Officer Corps

Surveillance of financial transactions goes too far,0,1931941.story?coll=bal-oped-headlines

Informant: Lew Rockwell

Congress Republicans are steering clear of Bush as they struggle to hold their seats in midterm polls,,1808133,00.html

Informant: Lew Rockwell

Censorship in the Empire

The United States, once touted as the "world's greatest democracy," is now ruled by a presidential dictatorship

Opposing the New American Militarism

The Authoritarian Movement

Surgeon General Warns of Secondhand Government

We Are All Forrest Gumps

An Argument for Freedom Based Upon Disagreement

Portable Internet

Saw an ad for this in today's newspaper.
I wonder what effect this will have on people. Not only will it increase the ambient readings in the home or office, but I imagine that it will put additional pollution on the wiring. I'd be interested to hear some opinions.

Milt Bowling
Clean Energy Foundation
Phone: 1 888 436 2152 or 604 436 2152 in Vancouver
Fax: 604 436 2154

Help spread the word about Lt. Watada with these flyers

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

NCADP July Execution Alert

Beware of exploding laptops

Exploding laptops could be deadly, a Canadian research group reported Thursday.

The Ontario-based Info-Tech Research Group pointed out that computer batteries on laptops have caused several product recalls over the past year and pose a threat to personal safety, especially when traveling by air.

"The most recent event we're aware of involved a Dell laptop exploding and bursting into flames at a business meeting in Osaka, Japan," said senior analyst Carmi Levy. "The potential for an in-flight incident of this nature when travelers are using battery power for portable PCs certainly exists. Everyone worries about covert explosives being taken on board planes, but what about the average laptop that could be just as dangerous?"

In April, Hewlett-Packard recalled 15,700 HP and Compaq notebook computer batteries, while Dell recalled about 22,000 notebook computer batteries last December, and Apple Computer recalled 128,000 batteries for its PowerBook G4 and iBook G4 laptops this spring.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

Informant: Karen


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