Sonntag, 5. November 2006

Sozialpolitik als profilbildende Maßnahme

Die Union bemüht sich um eine programmatische Neuausrichtung. CDU und CSU diskutieren über Hartz IV, Chancengerechtigkeit und ein bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen.

Possible Iraq Deployments Would Stretch Reserve Force

The Army's National Guard and Reserve are bracing for possible new and accelerated call-ups, spurred by high demand for US troops in Iraq, that leaders caution could undermine the citizen-soldier force as it struggles to rebuild.


by Jim Kouri

According to Mr. Kogan, these mechanisms are being used to "indirectly take [away] private property for... public use which also benefits new private owners. They constitute a new genre of 'takings' based on the 'public trust doctrine' that are specially designed to dispense with the need to pay 'just compensation,' and thus, to circumvent the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution's Bill of Rights ... And.....

The New York Times: The Difference Two Years Made

A New York Times editorial said: "On Tuesday, when this page runs the list of people it has endorsed for election, we will include no Republican Congressional candidates for the first time in our memory. The Republican majority that has run the House - and for the most part, the Senate - during President Bush's tenure has done a terrible job on the basics."

Bush Cites Oil As Reason to Stay in Iraq

During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, President Bush and his aides sternly dismissed suggestions that the war was all about oil. Now, 3 1/2 years later, as he barnstorms across the country campaigning for Republican candidates in Tuesday's elections, Bush has been citing oil as a reason to stay in Iraq.

Climate Change: the Costs of Inaction

Informant: binstock

Who's Guilty? The Fatal Handshake in Baghdad

The execution of Saddam Hussein


Rumsfeld and Saddam: Partners in Crimes Against Humanity

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By David Swanson

The White House has arranged to announce two days before the November 7, 2006, elections a guilty verdict for Saddam Hussein and, no doubt, plans to finally murder him. Meanwhile an appeals process is delaying until at least five days after the elections release of photos of members of the U.S. military and its contractors raping and murdering children and adults at Abu Ghraib.

While use of the death penalty is one of many American practices that much of the world views as barbaric, there can be little doubt that Saddam Hussein is guilty of major crimes stretching far beyond those he's been tried for, and including many in which the United States has been complicit.

A famous image shows Donald Rumsfeld shaking hands with Saddam Hussein. There's nothing wrong with shaking hands with a dictator. It's potentially far more productive than slaughtering 650,000 of his nation's people. Bush should be shaking hands and talking with the leaders of Iran and North Korea rather than threatening to destroy their countries. The trouble is that Rumsfeld wasn't meeting with Hussein in order to promote democracy. Rumsfeld was there on December 20, 1983, as a special envoy for President Ronald Reagan to assist in Iraq's efforts to kill Iranians, including through the use of chemical weapons – an illegal practice that Rumsfeld has more recently used himself against civilians in Iraq, most notably in Fallujah.

The Reagan administration knew that Iraq was using chemical weapons. Nonetheless, following Rummy's visits in December of 1983 and March of 1984, the United States established full diplomatic ties with Iraq on November 26, 1984. Reagan and Rummy and the rest of the truly Neo cons also supplied Iraq with helicopters and other "dual use" equipment and materials (including anthrax), provided intelligence and satellite data to assist Iraq's bombing raids on Iran, prevented passage of strong Senate legislation cutting off assistance to Iraq, and prevented any UN Security Council resolution that would have directly condemned Iraq by insisting that Iran was also using chemical weapons. When Iraq used chemical weapons to slaughter Kurds in Halabja in March of 1988, the Reagan administration falsely blamed Iran. The George Bush Sr. administration continued to supply Iraq with weapons, despite Iraq's then real chemical and biological weapons programs, until the day before Iraq invaded Kuwait, August 2, 1990.

For all the crimes that Saddam Hussein committed, with and without U.S. assistance or approval, it is noteworthy that there was no terrorism in the nation he controlled, not until we spent over $400 billion of our U.S. tax dollars to transform Iraq into the "central front in the War on Terror" and a training ground for a generation of terrorists.

In the course of making the world less safe for democracy, Donald Rumsfeld has overseen the slaughter of 650,000 Iraqis and 3,000 Americans. He has targeted civilians, journalists, hospitals, and ambulances. He has used white phosphorous as a weapon on civilian families. He has used depleted uranium and a new form of napalm. (When did melting the skin off children become a family value?) He has approved the hiding of prisoners from the Red Cross, the detention of Americans and non-Americans without charge or counsel, and the use of torture. Acceptable torture techniques at Abu Ghraib were posted on the wall in a memo from Rumsfeld.

So, by all means, let's talk about Saddam Hussein's guilt and how much fun it will be to kill him. But let's remember who supported him for decades. And let's ask ourselves what the 650,000 Iraqis we've killed already were guilty of. Wasn't the plan to liberate them, not murder them? Here is guilt aplenty for Rumsfeld, Bush, and Cheney, and the corporate interests they serve.

This article draws on research done by United for Peace and Justice.

From ufpj-news


The Fatal Handshake in Baghdad

Informant: Julien Ball


Saddam's Unindicted Co-Conspirator: Donald Rumsfeld


It's a reminder that the termination (surely a more accurate term for his departure) of Rumsfeld is really the termination of a symbol. Rumsfeld is a symbol of failure in Iraq just as he is a symbol of a history of convenient relationships between the United States and the kinds of tyrants it often claims to deplore.

And Rumsfeld, the symbol, it must be remembered, is not the thing symbolized. The thing symbolized is arrogant imperial ambition and self-serving international actions. Those things are very much present in Washington whether Rumsfeld is there or not.

The statement from Military Families Speak Out, makes the same point:

"The resignation of Donald Rumsfeld must be only the beginning. Some will try to say that a change in the management of the war is enough. We say that the war itself must end. We need our troops brought home now, and taken care of when they get here."

Read the rest here:

MELTDOWN: the devastating cost of global warming

Informant: binstock

Our Eyes Are Wide Open

"If Diebold designed their ATM machines the way they design their voting machines, none of us would have a dime left in our bank accounts. Such remarkable facts are usually not the result of incompetence, but of design. When the top man at Diebold promised to deliver Ohio's electoral votes to Bush, you are allowed to be a little paranoid," says Doris "Granny D" Haddock.

Contractors Rarely Held Responsible for Misdeeds in Iraq

The list of alleged contractor misdeeds in Iraq has grown long in the past 3 1/2 years. Yet when it comes to holding companies accountable, the charges seldom stick.

The Plan Bush Is Looking For

By David Swanson

Our President is pretending that the Democrats have no plan for Iraq, and the media is repeating that pretense unchallenged. But a lot depends on which Democrats we look to. DNC Chair Howard Dean has no more plan than Bush himself. Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich published a plan in 2003 -- that's THREE YEARS AGO -- that puts Bush, his party, and some of the Democrats to shame. Here it is, unaltered, from 2003:

The Kucinich Plan to Bring Our Troops Home

Dennis Kucinich:

"The war in Iraq is over and the occupation has turned into a quagmire. The United States troops have become the targets of criminals and terrorists who are flowing into Iraq for the chance to kill Americans. The cost of the occupation keeps rising: The President has already asked for more than $155 billion to pay for it, and there is no end in sight. The United Nations is now in an impossible situation, where most of the members view the war and occupation of Iraq as a U.S. folly. Under these circumstances, the U.N. is unlikely to help. And U.N. assistance with a U.S. occupation would not allow the establishment of an Iraqi government that was acceptable to the Iraqi people.

"US military casualties in Iraq have now exceeded 500, and the media has begun comparing the figure to the number of US dead in Vietnam in 1965 prior to the significant expansion of US operations there.

"Other Democrats join the Bush Administration in explaining that 'We can't cut and run.' I say we can't continue the damage we are causing and cannot begin repairing it until we withdraw our occupying army. We must pay for what we destroyed. We must pay reparations to the families of innocent civilians we killed and injured. But we must work through the United Nations. We must allow the United Nations to facilitate the creation of a democratic government that will be acceptable to the Iraqi people. No government created by the United States will be. It is better that we recognize this now than after the next 500 deaths.

"If we stay the course it will do damage to American security. Iraq was not responsible for 9/11 and had no weapons of mass destruction. It was wrong to go in and it’s wrong to stay in. The demands of an occupation are overstretching our armed forces. And the extended deployment of reserve forces makes us vulnerable at home. The reserve call-ups include large numbers of firemen, policemen and other first responders who are needed for hometown security. Americans are asking, is there a way out? I say there is. This is my plan to get the U.N. in...and the U.S. out of Iraq! This plan will bring our troops home within 90 days of U.N. approval, and strengthen American security.

"The following is the only detailed plan from any candidate for President that will quickly bring all US troops home from Iraq.

1. The United States must ask the United Nations to manage the oil assets of Iraq until the Iraqi people are self-governing.

2. The United Nations must handle all the contracts: No more Halliburton sweetheart deals, No contracts to Bush Administration insiders, No contracts to campaign contributors. All contracts must be awarded under transparent conditions.

3. The United States must renounce any plans to privatize Iraq. It is illegal under both the Geneva and the Hague Conventions for any nation to invade another nation, seize its assets, and sell those assets. The Iraqi people, and the Iraqi people alone must have the right to determine the future of their country's resources.

4. The United States must ask the United Nations to handle the transition to Iraqi self-governance. The UN must be asked to help the Iraqi people develop a Constitution. The UN must assist in developing free and fair elections.

5. The United States must agree to pay for what we blew up.

6. The United States must pay reparations to the families of innocent Iraqi civilian noncombatants killed and injured in the conflict.

7. The United States must contribute financially to the UN peacekeeping mission.

8. The United Nations, through its member nations, will commit 130,000 peacekeepers to Iraq on a temporary basis until the Iraqi people can maintain their own security.

9. UN troops will rotate into Iraq, and all US troops will come home.

10. The United States will abandon policies of "preemption" and unilateralism and commit to strengthening the UN.

"I will work tirelessly to take America in a new direction, to gain approval of this plan at the United Nations, and to put it into action, bring all US troops home in 90 days. Only if the United States takes a new direction will we be able to persuade the UN community to participate. Such a new direction is reflected in this 10-point plan.

"As President I will go to the U.N. and announce America’s intention to abide by this plan if approved by the U.N.

"I will ask the U.N. Security Council to ratify a new resolution on Iraq that would deploy a multinational force under UN mandate to keep the peace in Iraq while the interim Iraqi government receives U.N. support and a new Iraqi government is elected. It is my plan that within one month, the first U.N. troops and support personnel will arrive in Iraq, and the first U.S. troops will be sent home. U.N. peacekeeping troops and Iraqis who are commissioned as police and military will replace the U.S. In place of the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority, the U.N. will open an office to direct the repair to infrastructure damaged by U.S. invasion. In two months, the U.N. will begin to conduct a census of the Iraqi population to lay groundwork for national elections. At the same time, new temporary rules for the election will be promulgated, guaranteeing universal suffrage on a one-person, one-vote basis. During the transition period, a Memorandum of Understanding between the American and U.N. force commanders for a turnover period will settle the question of who commands the troops. By the end of month three, all U.S. troops will have returned home.

"In month four, a major milestone will be reached when Iraqi sovereignty is established. A nationwide election will take place to elect representatives to a Constitutional Convention. The Convention will have two duties: 1) elect a temporary Prime Minister who appoints a cabinet to take over responsibility from the Iraqi Governing Council, and 2) draft a national constitution. Accountability of this Prime Minister is achieved by virtue of the fact that he can be recalled by a majority of the Convention.

"In one year, there will be nationwide elections pursuant to the new Constitution, which will install an elected government in Iraq.

"The U.S. owes a moral debt to the people of Iraq for the damage caused by the U.S. invasion. The U.S. will also owe a contribution to the U.N. to help Iraq make the transition to self-government. American taxpayers deserve that their contributions be handled in an accountable, highly visible manner. However, Americans are not required to build a state-of-the-art infrastructure as the Administration is planning. The Administration is ordering top-shelf technology from U.S. corporations for Iraq, paid for by U.S. taxpayers. Sweetheart deals have been awarded with billions of dollars to top corporations and political contributors. This is precisely what corrupts the Administration’s reconstruction efforts today. Instead, Iraqis should be employed to repair Iraq, and U.S. taxpayers should pay only for the damage caused by the U.S. invasion, including compensation for its victims. U.S. taxpayers should not be asked to furnish Iraq with what we do not have here!

"The war and occupation in Iraq have been costly in other ways too. One price America has paid is the loss of our moral authority in the world. The Administration launched an unprovoked attack on Iraq, and the premises of the war are proving to be false. This has cost us our credibility and done serious harm to America’s standing in the world. After the attacks of 9-11, the world felt sympathy for us. But this war and the occupation have squandered that sympathy, replacing it with dangerous anti-American sentiment throughout the world.

"America must make a dramatic reversal of course: we must acknowledge that the continued U.S. military presence in Iraq is counterproductive and destabilizing. We have a choice in front of us: either we change course, withdraw our troops and request that the U.N. move in, or we sink deeper into this occupation, with more U.S. casualties, ever higher financial costs, and diminished security for all Americans.

"We need a real change. My plan will bring the troops home in 90 days, transfer authority to the U.N. with provisions made toward a rapid transition to Iraqi sovereignty, and save billions of dollars. It will enable the U.S. to think creatively about how to deal with threats that come not from established countries with conventional armies (our armed forces are more than adequate to that task), but rather threats that come from networks of terrorists and criminals who use unconventional means to injure Americans. We must also apprehend the criminals who masterminded the 9-11 attacks on our nation, a goal that is hindered by the occupation of Iraq. Lastly, my plan will also enable the U.S. to redirect scarce resources to rebuild America."

From ufpj-news

Are You Voting for the Terminator's Terminals?

"If you are a California voter, you might have heard about the big celebrity protests in Malibu a few weeks ago. Led by actor Pierce Brosnan, everyone from Barbra Striesand to Sting showed up to protest a planned LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) terminal that BHP Billiton wants to build 14 miles off the coast at Oxnard ... There are many reasons for neighbors to be upset about this kind of industrial development off their coast ... But this is much more than a 'not in my back yard' concern," writes Kelpie Wilson.

"Blue Revolution" Vigils in 22 Counties

The Blue Revolution Begins on Election Night

Watch the midnight adventures of a Diebold voting machine!

Informant: Dean Ruby

Liddle Daily Kos & Exit Poll Secrecy Announced by NY Post on SAME DAY

Background: Elizabeth Liddle's work was widely quoted by U.S. press to support dismissing the evidence of outcome-altering vote miscount in the US 2004 presidential election.

Coincidence that these two were posted on the same day?

"How to read exit polls: a primer"
by Elizabeth Liddle
Sat Nov 04, 2006 at 11:48:26 AM PST


"Tight Lid Kept on Exit Poll Vault"
by Ian Bishop
New York Daily Post

Is there ANY doubt who Elizabeth Liddle is employed by?

Is anyone else curious why Liddle has revived, in her Daily Kos article, a previously disproven hypothesis that Liddle formerly disavowed vehemently, in numerous harranging emails to myself and my academic colleagues?

See this list of mathematical proofs that what Liddle says in her Daily Kos article is incorrect:

See my response to Liddle's Daily Kos post here:

If Americans don't think that our upcoming Tuesday election is going to be targeted for vote fraud, then we must be hopelessly naive, given that our current U.S. election system is not independently audited; hides the evidence of vote miscount in aggregated election results data, and uses vote casting and counting equipment that is ideal for undetectable tampering!

What do U.S. experts say?

Kathy Dopp
National Election Data Archive Dedicated to Accurately Counting Elections

"Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day," wrote Thomas Jefferson in 1816

Stop The Bloody Carnage: Just Say NO! and Mean It!

Ohhh... Bloody H..!

All about Liberated Dead People everywhere

Money Bushes

The World at War everywhere

Ocean Life on the Brink of No Return

Every single commercial fishery in the world will be wiped before 2050 and the oceans may never recover if over-fishing continues at its current rate, a four-year scientific investigation has found.

No more fish to eat in 40 years

Fish stocks are declining so rapidly that scientists have predicted that they will disappear by the middle of the century unless radical measures are taken to protect them,,3-2435290,00.html

From Information Clearing House


Ocean Life on the Brink of No Return

Tracked In America: Stories from the History of U.S. Government Surveillance

This documentary Web site explores more than two centuries of surveillance in America. Included are two hours of audio interviews, 300 photographs and 25 personal stories beginning in 1917.

From Information Clearing House

Google 'will be able to keep tabs on us all'

The internet will hold so much digital data in five years that it will be possible to find out what an individual was doing at a specific time and place, an expert said yesterday.,,1938474,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Test Spits Out Wrong Results At Board Of Elections

During a test using an optical scanner, officials discovered that the machine was providing incorrect election results.

From Information Clearing House


Test Spits Out Wrong Results At Board Of Elections

The Odd Couple: Nixon and Lieberman

Richard Nixon said one thing and did another. So, it seems, does Joseph Lieberman.

From Information Clearing House

Nuclear Lab Breach Could Be 'Devastating'

Data Found In Drug Raid Contains Weapons-Design Secrets

U.S. Web Archive Is Said to Reveal a Nuclear Primer

Last March, the federal government set up a Web site to make public a vast archive of Iraqi documents captured during the war. The Bush administration did so under pressure from Congressional Republicans who had said they hoped to “leverage the Internet” to find new evidence of the prewar dangers posed by Saddam Hussein.

Six Arab states join rush to go nuclear

Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, UAE and Saudi Arabia seek atom technology.,,3-2436948,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Rats Jump Ship: Neocons turn on Bush for incompetence over Iraq war

Several prominent neoconservatives have turned on George Bush days before critical midterm elections, lambasting his administration for incompetence in the handling of the Iraq war and questioning the wisdom of the 2003 invasion they were instrumental in promoting.,,1939472,00.html

Richard Perle: Iraq War Decision Wrong

Richard Perle, a leading proponent of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, now says devastating dysfunction within the Bush administration has turned U.S. policy there into a disaster.

From Information Clearing House


Neo Culpa

Informant: rafeswhiterose

Neo Culpa

"I remember sitting with Richard Perle in his suite at London's Grosvenor House hotel and receiving a private lecture on the importance of securing victory in Iraq," says David Rose. "Three years later, Perle and I meet again at his home outside Washington, DC. It is October, the worst month for US casualties in Iraq in almost two years, and Republicans are bracing for losses in the upcoming midterm elections. As he looks into my eyes, speaking slowly and with obvious deliberation, Perle is unrecognizable as the confident hawk who, as chairman of the Pentagon's Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee, had invited the exiled Iraqi dissident Ahmad Chalabi to its first meeting after 9/11."


Neo Culpa

As Iraq slips further into chaos, the war's neoconservative boosters have turned sharply on the Bush administration, charging that their grand designs have been undermined by White House incompetence.

From Information Clearing House


William Rivers Pitt writes: "Ken Adelman, Michael Ledeen, Frank Gaffney and Richard Perle have spent many years waiting for the opportunity to road-test their wild ideas about how to deal with the world, and with the installation of the Bush administration, they finally got their big chance. Now that the wheels are coming off, however, they are trying to pretend that none of this has anything to do with them."

Rats jump ship: U-turns the neocon way

David Frum, Mr Bush's "axis of evil" speechwriter, reportedly believes failure in Iraq is inescapable and the president is to blame. Other well-known neocons also have critical things to say about administration competence.,,1941232,00.html

From Information Clearing House


Heading for the Tall Grass

Top Ten Ways we know We have Lost in Iraq

From Information Clearing House

70% Of Iraqi's Want U.S Occupation Troops Withdrawn Within A Year

78 percent said the U.S. presence provokes more conflict than it prevents; 84 percent said they had little or no confidence in the U.S military.

Just Try Voting Here: 11 of America's Worst Places to Cast a Ballot (or Try)

By Sasha Abramsky

Machines that count backward, slice-and-dice districts, felon baiting, phone jamming, and plenty of dirty tricks.

Homeland Security Tightens Grip on International Travel

By Ezekiel

The Department of Homeland Security proposed new rules back in July that would fundamentally undermine the right of American citizens to travel abroad. Public carriers--airlines, cruise lines, even fishing boats--will be required to submit the names of all passengers to Homeland Security prior to departure and to obtain permission from Homeland Security to board those passengers. These new rules will take effect January 14, 2007.

While poverty persists, there is no freedom

By Nelson Mandela

Millions remain enslaved and in chains at a time of breathtaking advances in technology and wealth.

U.S. seeks silence on detainees

By Carol D. Leonnig and Eric Rich

The Bush administration has told a federal judge that terrorism suspects held in secret CIA prisons should not be allowed to reveal details of the "alternative interrogation methods" that their captors used to get them to talk.


US Seeks Silence on CIA Prisons

The Bush administration has told a federal judge that terrorism suspects held in secret CIA prisons should not be allowed to reveal details of the "alternative interrogation methods" that their captors used to get them to talk.

Iraq War Will Cost More-than-$2-Trillion

By Linda Bilmes and Joseph E. Stiglitz

In January, we estimated that the true cost of the Iraq war could reach $2 trillion, a figure that seemed shockingly high. But since that time, the cost of the war – in both blood and money – has risen even faster than our projections anticipated.

Is America stumbling toward a conflict, blinded by the prejudice and fear born of our collective ignorance?

The Case for Engagement

By Scott Ritter

I recently returned from a trip to Iran, where over the course of a week I made the journey from the northern suburbs of Tehran to the gates of the Natanz enrichment facility, and in doing so had my eyes opened. The Iran that I witnessed was far removed from the one caricatured in the US media. I left with the frustrating realization that, as had been the case with Iraq, America was stumbling toward a conflict, blinded by the prejudice and fear born of our collective ignorance.

Das Ausmaß der Klimaveränderungen wird unterschätzt

Treibhauseffekt und die Folgen: Vier aktuelle Buchvorstellungen. Erschienen in „Neues Deutschland“ von Marko Ferst.

Neuer Greenpeace-Report: Gletscher schmelzen immer schneller

Nach einem neuen Report von Greenpeace schmelzen Gletscher immer schneller. Die Auswertung von Forschungsdaten belegt, dass die globale Erwärmung in immer kürzerer Zeit zu immer dramatischeren Folgen führt. Von Sigrid Totz

Tuvalu wird überall - Inseln versinken im Pazifik

"Schon in den nächsten Jahren wird ein Teil unserer 100.000 Einwohner umziehen müssen", befürchtet Anote Tong, der Staatschef der Kiribati-Inseln, die auf halber Strecke zwischen Nordost-Australien und Hawaii im Südpazifik liegen.

Tod im Meer

In den Ozeanen breiten sich die Todeszonen immer mehr aus. Im Jahr 2004 gab es noch 149 "tote Meereszonen", 2006 sind es bereits 200.

Sind Australier Wasserverschwender?

Wegen der Zerstörung der Ozonschicht erkranken am Ende der Welt, in Australien, jedes Jahr 140.000 Menschen an Hautkrebs.

Don't let them steal it: ACT!

Informant: ranger116

Bush Puts America One Step Closer To Martial Law

Informant: ranger116

Bush's Election Assistance Chair: 'System Ripe For Stealing Elections'

Informant: ranger116

Count The Votes: The MCA Torture Bill Didn't Pass

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