Samstag, 18. November 2006

Hilf dir doch selbst!

Geld erzeugt bei Menschen das Gefühl von Unabhängigkeit - sie sind dann weniger bereit, fremde Hilfe anzunehmen oder anderen Unterstützung anzubieten.

Guantanamo wird weiter ausgebaut

Neben Camp 6, einem neuen Gefängnis, will das Pentagon für 100 Millionen Dollar einen Gerichtskomplex errichten, um schon nächstes Jahr mit den geplanten Militärgerichten zu beginnen.



It is astounding that there is a actually a debate in this country about whether the law should be enforced or not, and not just the law, but the very Constitution itself.

If you believe there should be an immediate impreachment investigation of the Bush administration then vote "Yes".

If the president and vice president are guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors they MUST be investigated and prosecuted. Forget the fact that when the Republicans took over Congress in 1994 their primary agenda was to launch a political persecution of Bill Clinton, and they did little else for the next 6 years. This is not about vindictiveness, though that was THEIR own motivation at that time.

Forget the fact that there was an impeachment investigation of the last president and that the other side used it for the purpose of divisiveness. The Constitution does not place a limit on how soon after an impeachment investigation there can be another. Indeed, EVERY president from now on must weigh the possibility of impeachment as a real possibility to constrain the kind of gross abuses of power we have seen since the George Bush took office.

We have set this action page up on a voting basis. You decide if there should be an investigation and let our members of Congress take heed. Let there be a true national referendum on whether a investigation should proceed, to lead anywhere it may. Let there be a true end to sweep it under the rug politics so as to preserve the power of one political party over another, and over the majority of the people of the United States of America.


We now have the power to shine a light into the darkest recesses of the wrongdoing of Bush and Cheney. History will only judge us kindly if we have the courage to exercise that power now.

Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed to be ours.

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Democrats Warned Not to Block Bush's Judicial Nominees

The Senate's next Republican leader issued a veiled threat to block action on legislation if Democrats refuse to allow confirmation votes on President Bush's troubled judicial nominations.

Bye Bye Bouygues?

Anonymisiert: Biometrie von IBM

Foul State of Affairs Found in Feedlots

Growing so large that they are now called factory farms, livestock feedlots are poorly regulated, pose health and ecological dangers, and are responsible for deteriorating quality of life in America's and Europe's farm regions, according to a series of scientific studies published this week.

Kennedy Will Push for Overhaul of FDA

Senator Edward M. Kennedy will criticize the Food and Drug Administration during a Senate hearing today for allowing "prevailing political winds" to trump science. The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions session will give Democrats their first post-election opportunity to say how they will strengthen the FDA when they become the majority party in Congress.

Past Sins Might Keep Rumsfeld From Roaming World

"As he packs up his office in the Pentagon, Donald Rumsfeld can look forward to more free time. Before he rings up his travel agent to book any overseas trips, he would do well to consult an attorney," writes Ann Woolner.

Why we need independent media: Hotel chain drops CNN over Iraq sniper video

Midwest firm pulls channel off lineup; ‘their actions supported terrorism’.

From Information Clearing House

Aides to DeLay Clean Files and Quit

Representative Shelley Sekula-Gibbs, who was elected to finish the term of Tom DeLay, the former House majority leader, has asked Congress to investigate the destruction of files in her office by former staff members of Mr. DeLay.

From Information Clearing House

U.S. Lawyers: Libby May Have Disclosed Iraq Secrets

A former White House aide, I. Lewis Libby, may have disclosed conclusions from a highly classified government report on Iraq to journalists before the report was declassified by President Bush, federal prosecutors said in a new court filing.

From Information Clearing House

Pentagon wants to build mini-city for terror trials

The Pentagon plans to build a military commissions compound at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, costing up to $125 million, a major undertaking meant to accommodate up to 1,200 people for the first U.S. war crimes trials since World War II, The Miami Herald learned Thursday.

From Information Clearing House


US Military Wants War Crimes Compound for Gitmo Detainees

The US military on Friday said it plans to build a $125 million compound at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, where it hopes to hold war-crimes trials for terror suspects by the middle of next year. Amnesty International USA described the compound as "a permanent homage to its failed experiment in second class justice."

The Army 'approved abuse of prisoners'

THE Army’s high command was accused last night of officially sanctioning the hooding and mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners in direct contravention of the Geneva Convention.

What Ted Koppel Found In Iran


Ex-Iranian president warns U-S against invading

It would be "dangerous" for the U-S to think it can do in Iran what it's done in Iraq and Afghanistan.

From Information Clearing House

Iran announces intent to move away from U.S. dollar

Iran may have signed a virtual "death warrant" by openly declaring a governmental decision to move away from the dollar in the country's foreign-exchange transactions, says WND columnist Jerome Corsi.

From Information Clearing House

"Spy" claims: Al-Qaida 'planted information to encourage US invasion'

A senior al-Qaida operative deliberately planted information to encourage the US to invade Iraq, a double agent who infiltrated the network and spied for western intelligence agencies claimed last night.

Dutch military in Iraq abuse row

Military interrogators from the Netherlands abused dozens of Iraqi prisoners following the 2003 invasion, according to a Dutch press report.

From Information Clearing House

US army 'seized Iraqi homes'

A leading Iraqi lawyer has accused the US army of throwing 211 families, including his, out of their homes.

From Information Clearing House

Contractor’s Boss in Iraq Shot at Civilians

Two former employees of an American private military contracting company have claimed in a Virginia court that they witnessed their supervisor deliberately shoot at Iraqi vehicles and civilians this summer, and that the company fired them for reporting the incidents.

From Information Clearing House

I hate Iraqis, rape accused tells military court

One of four US soldiers accused of raping a 14-year-old Iraqi girl showed little remorse, and even smiled during a confession to charges he conspired to kill her and her family.

Radical steps needed to escape Iraq quagmire

The full panoply of American power was unleashed upon Iraq, and the results have been profoundly unimpressive. This doesn’t just mean that the US loses in Iraq. It means its leverage elsewhere is severely diminished as well.

Military may ask $127B for wars

The Bush administration is preparing its largest spending request yet for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a proposal that could make the conflict the most expensive since World War II.

Rep. Dennis Kucinich: Cut Off Iraq War Funding

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) explains why cutting off funding for the Iraq war is the only way to truly protect American troops.

From Information Clearing House

Iraq Turns Up The Heat

By Mike Whitney

Iran is playing a clever game in Iraq using US occupation forces to crush the Ba’athist-led resistance while expanding their influence via the Shiite militias. This is a “lose-lose” situation for the United States.

Want to End the War? Ask for Investigations!

By David Swanson

Public awareness of the lies that led to the war and the crimes committed during the war helps build public demand for the troops to come home. Not every committee in Congress can work fulltime on simply ending the war: a legislative process that must be pursued but which will be uphill and subject to veto or signing statement. Many committees in the House and Senate, without taking any energy away from ending the war, can finally conduct the investigations that have gone undone for 6 years, exposing evidence that could very well lead to criminal, civil, or political accountability, as well as pressure to end the war and precedent to help prevent the next war.

Ask your Representative and Senators to conduct investigations.

What did Bush and Cheney know about the lack of WMD and ties to 9-11, and when did they know it? The Senate Intelligence Committee committed to doing this investigation years ago and has not done it. Some committee in the House or Senate (probably Intelligence) needs to do it. While much evidence is already public knowledge, we have a right to more, including but not limited to:

* the complete 2002 National Intelligence Estimate;

* the records of National Security Council meetings on Jan. 30, Feb. 1, and March 16, 2001;

* the CIA's Senior Executive Memorandum of January 12, 2002 on Hussein Kamel;

* the records of Bush's late July, 2002, budget discussions on Iraq with Nicholas Calio;

* the records of the July 20, 2002, U.S.-U.K. intelligence conference at CIA headquarters;

* the October, 2002, one-page NIE summary described by Murray Waas and discussing aluminum tubes;

* the January, 2003, National Intelligence Council memo on Niger described by the Washington Post;

* the U.S. records of the January 31, 2003, Bush-Blair meeting at the White House

* the British and possible U.S. records of early 2003 conversations between Jack Straw and Colin Powell described by Philippe Sands;

* the complaint filed by a CIA agent in Doe v. Goss claiming he'd been punished for providing unwelcome intelligence;

* the records of the White House Iraq Group's work of marketing the war to the American public.

During World War II, the Truman Commission investigated war profiteering, activity that Truman characterized as treason but which pales in comparison to what has gone on in Iraq. Waxman or someone else should investigate.

We have yet to obtain information on Cheney's pre-war energy meetings. The House Energy and Commerce Committee should investigate the influence of the oil industry on U.S. policy. A Congress serious about serving the public would investigate the misuse of information and steps taken and not taken related to the threat of global warming. The Ways and Means Committee should investigate the subsidies given to the oil industry, as well as the misuse of funds to launch the Iraq War prior to Congressional approval. The Veterans Affairs Committee should investigate the treatment of Iraq War veterans, including the effects of depleted uranium.

Levin has said he plans to investigate extraordinary renditions. We need full investigations of detentions, renditions, torture, and murder. The public has a right to see what Bush told the CIA in memos on these practices.

The Armed Services Committees, or some committee, should also investigate violations of the Geneva Conventions found in the targeting by U.S. troops of civilians, journalists, hospitals, and ambulances in Iraq, and the use of illegal weapons, including white phosphorous, depleted uranium, and a new type of napalm.

We also need serious investigations of the numerous illegal warrantless spying programs engaged in by the Bush administration. The gross negligence in failing to assist New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina has not yet been seriously investigated. We have not seen the White House Emails from that time. And we've not yet seen a proper investigation of Bush's failure to take steps to protect against an Al Qaeda attack prior to Sept. 11, 2001.

The Bush administration has used paid propaganda and disinformation at home and abroad, selectively and misleadingly leaked classified information, and exposed the identity of a covert CIA operative working on sensitive WMD proliferation. Congress has a responsibility to look into all of these matters.

Conyers has said he plans to investigate election fraud, a crucial matter for our democracy. In addition, someone in some committee needs to investigate the use of "signing statements" to defy hundreds of laws passed by Congress, or it will no longer matter whom we elect.

Find out what committees your representative and senators will serve on in the 110th Congress.

These are some of the more promising and relevant expected chairmanships:


Government Reform: Henry Waxman

Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations: Dennis Kucinich

Judiciary: John Conyers

Subcommittee on the Constitution: Jerrold Nadler

Intelligence: undecided

Energy and Commerce: John Dingell

Ways and Means: Charles Rangel

Homeland Security: Bennie Thompson

Veterans Affairs: Bob Filner
International Relations Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations: William Delahunt

Armed Services Subcommittee on Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities: Marty Meehan


Intelligence: John Rockefeller

Armed Services: Carl Levin

Energy: Jeff Bingaman

Foreign Relations: Joseph Biden

Judiciary: Patrick Leahy

Veterans Affairs: Daniel Akaka

You can also ask your representative and senators to create a bipartisan select committee to investigate the war.

This guide to needed investigations will be constantly updated at

Research assistance provided by Jonathan Schwartz.

From ufpj-news

Rumsfeld 's War and War Crimes

Informant: ranger116

Why Are There Four Carriers In The Persian Gulf?

Informant: ranger116

Voting Company Official Sarasota Recount in Election: Bribe Scandal

Informant: ranger116

Sleeping next to electrical items and some phone equip can cause everything from poor sleep to cancer

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Comment: Will testify before Congress re urgent need to inform public to move electric items from close prox to beds.

Am Cancer Soc used to recommend moving elec clocks. Evidence supports low level EMF's as cause of Leukemia & brain cancer.

Sleeping next to electrical items and some phone equip can cause everything from poor sleep to cancer.

Our entire health system depends upon the changes I mention and in fact, if these changes are not immediately announced, the catastrophic rise in Alzheimers will, alone, bankrupt Medicare.

Grandsons w/rare immune improved after moving their beds away from electric meters...Guinea pigs in my home developed pre-Leukemic blood changes which are "markers for irradiation."

Husband's memory test improved after moving clock radio.

Joanne C. Mueller
email jcmpelican


Federal Judge Denies Guantanamo Detainee Access to Counsel

A Re-Look-See at the Constitution

Watershed: The Democrats Weren't Ready for This

Bush Serves in Vietnam, Finally

Broken Promises: Spoils of Globalization go to Corporations, Countries, not Working Poor

Democrats Vow to Stand in the Way of Sending More Troops

Iraqi Locals Accuse US of Massacre in Ramadi

US Support for Bush's Iraq Policy Hits New Low

A true superpower has to exercise humility, discretion, and care never to abuse the military might and economic power at its disposal

Common Sense Individualism

by Dorothy Seese

A true superpower has to exercise humility, discretion, and care never to abuse the military might and economic power at its disposal. It also has to be exemplary in conduct and respect for law and order, or the rule of law, or it is nothing but a tyrant by whatever name it calls itself. The United States has never been a paragon of virtue, but it most certainly had a general public respect for the Puritan work ethic and biblical standards of morality as the norm for public conduct and the upbringing of children......

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