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Petition to Jordanian Parliament and UN Human Rights Offices: Abolish Honor Killings

From Adriana R.

Naturschützer fordern Verzicht auf Beltquerung

Deutsche und dänische Naturschützer rufen zum Verzicht auf die geplante Beltquerung zwischen Fehmarn und dem dänischen Lolland auf. Vor einem für Dienstag in Berlin geplanten Treffen der Verkehrsminister beider Länder, Wolfgang Tiefensee (SPD) und Flemming Hansen, äußerten Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU) und Danmarks Naturfredningsforening (DN) in einem gemeinsamen Brief an Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel (CDU) schwere ökologische wie ökonomische Bedenken gegen die Ostsee-Brücke.

Talk of 'enormous' oil & gas deposit in Anbar as draft oil law goes to Iraqi cabinet

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Bush Administration Has "No Strategy" to Protect Patients' Privacy

The Bush administration has no clear strategy to protect the privacy of patients as it promotes the use of electronic medical records throughout the nation's health care system, federal investigators say in a new report.

Inside Walter Reed's Mologne House

David tangled with Walter Reed's image machine when he wanted to attend a ceremony for a fellow amputee, a Mexican national who was being granted US citizenship by President Bush. A case worker quizzed him about what he would wear. It was summer, so David said shorts. The case manager said the media would be there and shorts were not advisable because the amputees would be seated in the front row. "Are you telling me that I can't go to the ceremony 'cause I'm an amputee?'" David recalled asking. "She said, 'No, I'm saying you need to wear pants.'" David told the case worker, "I'm not ashamed of what I did, and y'all shouldn't be neither." When the guest list came out for the ceremony, his name was not on it.

Senate Democrats Promise "Relentless" Flood of Anti-War Legislation

After Republicans blocked a Senate debate for a second time, Democrats said Saturday they'll drop efforts to pass a non-binding resolution opposing President Bush's troop buildup in Iraq and instead will offer a flurry of anti-war legislation "just like in the days of Vietnam."

Bush Is Worst President of All-Time

Al Neuharth, the former Gannett chief, USA Today founder and currently weekly columnist for that newspaper, has had a change of heart. A year ago, in honor of President's Day, he stated that while he was often critical of George W. Bush, he did not, and probably would not ever, crack his list of the five worst presidents we've ever had. A year later he admits he was wrong. In his USA Today column, he announces that Bush has not only cracked the bottom five, he's now at the very bottom.

President's Day: Where Has Integrity Gone?

ElBaradei's prognosis is bleak, but he warns against military action against Iran

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Protect Mountain Caribou Habitat in British Columbia

One of the most endangered mammals in North America, the mountain caribou has been reduced to under 1,900 animals by a combination of logging of old-growth forest habitats, road building, and motorized recreation. Primarily found in the mountains of British Columbia, a small number of animals still cross the border into parts of Idaho, eastern Washington and Montana, where they are protected as an endangered species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. In Canada, the British Columbia government is currently deciding how much old-growth forest habitat it will protect for caribou. Your comments are needed to ensure this globally unique animal receives the protection it deserves.

Gesundheitsgefahren durch Mobilfunkanlagen in Lauterbach



Einladung zur Infoveranstaltung in Lauterbach

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Gesundheitsgefahren durch Mobilfunkanlagen in Lauterbach - BÜRGERWELLE veranstaltet öffentliche Informationsveranstaltung mit anschließender Diskussion

Lauterbach, 17. Februar 2007:

Die BÜRGERWELLE veranstaltet am Donnerstag, den 22. Februar 2007 um 19.30 Uhr im Saal Posthotel Johannesberg, Bahnhofstr. 39 in 36341 Lauterbach

eine Informationsveranstaltung zu dem Thema "Gesundheitsgefahren durch Mobilfunkanlagen in Lauterbach".

Referent ist der 1. Vorsitzende der Bürgerwelle Deutschland e.V., Siegfried Zwerenz.

Alle interessierten Bürger von Lauterbach sind herzlich eingeladen. Der Mobilfunkbetreiber E-Plus ist als Gast ebenfalls eingeladen. Weiterhin wurden die Fraktionen von CDU, SPD, Grünen, FDP und freien Wählern, die Stadtverordneten sowie der Bürgermeister eingeladen.

Die BÜRGERWELLE will mit dieser Veranstaltung zu einer weiteren Versachlichung und Lösungsorientierung der Diskussion zwischen Politik, Bürgermeister und Bürgern beitragen.

Die BÜRGEWELLE wird in diesem Zusammenhang auch in Zukunft jede Diskussion und jede Lösung uneingeschränkt unterstützen, die uns dem Ziel einer vorsorgenden Standortpolitik bei Mobilfunkanlagen näher bringt.

Sonnenweg 43
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Telefon: (06641) 5816 und 61333
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eMail: klaus.euler

More troops unhappy with Bush’s course in Iraq

Informant: hydratwo

Food Security Crisis in Iraq

Local and international aid flooded into Iraq in 2004, the year following the invasion, but much of the supply was blocked off after the kidnapping of many aid activists in the country. The food the Iraqis did get was often not what they needed, or wanted. "Iraqis do not feel at ease receiving food aid when they exported food in the past," economist Dr. Jassim al-Rikabi told IPS. "Iraq has been a field of aid NGOs since the U.S. occupation began, and many of those NGOs brought foodstuff that is not what Iraqis were used to, but they had to take it due to the need they were facing." Barley, wheat, pulses and the famous Iraqi dates are staple diet, and are also exported. Common meals in Iraq include rice, lamb, chicken and locally grown vegetables like cucumbers, onions and tomatoes. Under the occupation, Iraqis are getting much of their food from companies in Australia and other countries who assisted the United States during the invasion and occupation. This food has often been of low quality. During July 2006 the Iraqi Ministry of Trade rejected or destroyed thousands of tonnes of contaminated food or food past its expiry date. The food had caused widespread poisoning. Dr. Rikabi holds both the U.S.-backed Iraqi government and U.S. occupation authorities responsible for the failing food supply.

Regarding the Pain of Others: The Photography of Farah Nosh

What's absent from Farah Nosh's series of images taken in Iraq in early 2006 is just as important as what she shows us. Included in the exhibition Inside Out currently showing at the Gage Gallery at Chicago's Roosevelt University, Nosh's series is comprised of stark black-and-white portraits of Iraqi amputees, all of them injured as a result of the war. In her deceptively simple images, viewers are first confronted with what is obviously absent and then made to associate more abstract notions of "missing." Nosh's subjects stand or sit in sparely decorated rooms, most of them looking at the camera as they would in a studio portrait.

What the Bush Administration Owes Iraq's Refugees

Finally acknowledging the momentous crisis of Iraqi refugees in the Middle East, the US government has announced it will accept 7,000 Iraqi refugees in the coming year. There are an estimated 750,000 Iraqis living in Jordan alone, with more than one million believed to be living in Syria. Electronic Iraq Amman correspondent Noah Merrill critiques the US pledge and offers a sobering glimpse at a rapidly growing crisis. "In the absence of a real commitment to an internationally supported, truly inclusive political process," Merrill writes, "the situation in Iraq will continue to get worse and Iraqis will continue to hemorrhage out of their homeland. We know where this path leads: a recent statement by the International Organization for Migration predicts that one million more Iraqis will be displaced in the coming year if the trend continues."

Speak Out Against the Deadly Use of U.S. Cluster Bombs

Ending It: How to End the Iraq War and Occupation

Informant: Henry Duke

Moratorium on all GM Trees and Ban on GM Forest Trees

Mobilfunk: praktische Umsetzung des Vorsorgeprinzips

Die große Nachfrage veranlasst uns, wieder eine eintägige Informationsveranstaltung, dieses Mal für Bürgerinitiativen durchzuführen mit dem Titel

Mobilfunk – praktische Umsetzung des Vorsorgeprinzips
(rechtliche, bauplanerische und technische Möglichkeiten)

Datum: Samstag, 28. April 2007
Ort: 36466 Wiesenthal/Rhön

Ausführliche Informationen ab 1. März 2007 über
Frau Günther; e-mail: su.guenther

Dr. Lebrecht von Klitzing,
Umweltphysikalische Messungen GbR
Lohstr. 170 A
D-23617 Stockelsdorf
Tel. 0451-49 62 92
Fax. 0451-8 80 57 61


Welchen Wert haben Grenzwerte beim Mobilfunk?

Mobilfunksender strahlen permanent

What Would You Do If Bush Declared Martial Law?

Making Martial Law Easier

Informant: Bob Banner


Making Martial Law Easier

The editors of the New York Times write: "A disturbing recent phenomenon in Washington is that laws that strike to the heart of American democracy have been passed in the dead of night. So it was with a provision quietly tucked into the enormous defense budget bill, at the Bush administration's behest, that makes it easier for a president to override local control of law enforcement and declare martial law."


What Would You Do If Bush Declared Martial Law?

Informant: ranger116

Bad reception for free Wi-Fi,0,104508.story?coll=la-home-business

From Anne, in Los Angeles

Microwave repeater stations: a very real possibility cause of the CFS outbreak in Incline Village

Could there possibly be a link between these and the CFS outbreak of Incline Village?

I've plotted the map of some of the microwave repeater stations making microwaves the cause of the CFS outbreak in Incline Village a very real possibility:

Paul Raymond Doyon
MAT (TESOL), MA Advanced Japanese Studies, BA Psychology

"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

UMTS-Felder stören nicht das Wohlbefinden?

Datenschutz: Bequemlichkeit geht vor Privatsphäre

Another supplemental spending bill for the war on Iraq

The Free Liberal
by US Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)


Never mind that the American people showed their dissatisfaction with the war in the fall elections. Congress lacks the political will to stand up to the administration and assert its power over the purse strings, and too many vested interests in the defense sector benefit from the supplemental bills. A cynic might even suggest that many Democrats want the war to drag on, despite their supposed opposition, to damage the president politically and benefit them in 2008. But whatever the reason, the money for war keeps flowing. Defense Department officials will ask Congress for the next supplemental bill in coming weeks. The amount requested is likely to be at least $140 billion. If we stay in Iraq beyond 2007 — and the administration has made it clear that we will — the bill to American taxpayers easily could top one trillion dollars in another year or two...

Inherit the wind

National Review
by Jonah Goldberg


The current spectacle in Congress has made it clear that the Democrats don’t believe that the war in Iraq is America’s war. They think it’s Bush’s vanity project turned albatross, but they won’t take responsibility for their convictions. They fawned on Gen. David Petraeus like schoolgirls, confirming him as commander of U.S. forces in Iraq almost instantly, but they denounce the escalation he helped design and is tasked with implementing. And on the floor of the House this week, they bared their teeth to Bush while bragging about how their resolution is toothless. It was always a bit of a myth that partisanship ended at the water’s edge. But Democrats have debunked, exposed and parodied that myth. Of course, they claim that the president started it by running foreign policy as a partisan enterprise. Fine, there’s obviously some truth there. But when the likes of Sens. Hillary Clinton and Jay Rockefeller whine that they were misled into war, they’re declaring that they never took their responsibilities seriously in the first place...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Presidential repression

Growth spurt predicted for US prisons

Salt Lake Tribune


Get-tough policies that lock up offenders for longer sentences are propelling a projected increase of nearly 200,000 in the nation’s prison population in the next five years, according a private study released Wednesday. Utah’s prison population is expected to grow by 25 percent, from 6,552 to 8,171, by 2011. The nationwide increase — projected by the Pew Charitable Trusts study to be three times faster than overall population growth in the U.S. — is expected to cost states more than $27 billion... [editor’s note: Well, it doesn’t sound like the US is going to lose its global first place spot in imprisoning its own people — yay, competitive spirit! - TLK]

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Photo exhibit bares wounds of US troops in Iraq

Yahoo! News


‘The Sacrifice,’ by award-winning war photographer James Nachtwey, shows U.S. soldiers in Iraq receiving frantic medical treatment in a helicopter and medics working to repair the carnage of war at a field hospital. That chaos is shown beside more tranquil views, such as a returned serviceman with a prosthetic leg holding his surfboard after riding a curl and a one-legged young man chatting with his fiancee during a break from his rehabilitation regimen.v ‘This is one of the costs of this war. The money is the easy part. This, the injuries and the people that are lost, is the real cost,’ Nachtwey said while hanging the exhibit, which opens on Friday at 401 Projects...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Democrats vow to seek limits on Iraq war

Napa Valley Register


Senate Democrats pledged renewed efforts Sunday to curtail the Iraq war, suggesting they will seek to limit a 2002 measure authorizing President Bush’s use of force against Saddam Hussein. The top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said the proposal had little chance of succeeding. ‘I think the president would veto it and the veto would be upheld,’ said Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


From Adriana R.





Why is the FDA Acting Fishy? Tell Them Consumers Need to Know About Mercury




Moon 'Ongoing Crime Enterprise'

Credit Suisse bringt Urwaldzerstörer an die Börse

What really happened in New Orleans?

Big Easy to Big Empty

Blitzaktion gegen die Gesundheitsreform

* Unterschriftensammlung in den Praxen und im Internet
* Offener Brief an den Bundespräsidenten

"Herr Bundespräsident, stoppen Sie diese Reform"

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

Bundespräsident Köhler muss in diesen Tagen eine schwere Entscheidung treffen: Er soll mit der Gesundheitsreform ein Gesetz unterzeichnen, dass die Versorgung der Bevölkerung verschlechtert und gleichzeitig die Beiträge nach oben treibt. Mindestens ebenso schlimm: Es ist mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit in mehreren Teilen verfassungswidrig.

Bundespräsident Horst Köhler hat bereits zweimal gezeigt, dass er schludrige Gesetze nicht unterschreibt. Zeigen Sie dem Bundespräsidenten deshalb, was die Bürger von diesem Gesetz halten: Nichts, haben viele Umfragen bereits ergeben. Machen Sie deshalb mit bei dieser Schneeballaktion, für die nur noch wenige Tage bleiben:

* unterzeichnen auch Sie den offenen Brief an den Bundespräsidenten unter

* Den Text des offenen Briefes und die Unterlagen für die Unterschriftenaktion in den Praxen finden Sie unter:

Leiten Sie diese Mail an möglichst viele Empfänger weiter und empfehlen Sie diesen, an der Aktion teilzunehmen.

Angeschoben wird die Aktion von der Organisation "Freie Ärzteschaft", die dabei u.a. von Patientenselbsthilfe-Organisationen und vielen Einzelpersonen unterstützt wird.

Martin Grauduszus

Hans-Peter Meuser

Freie Ärzteschaft, Bergstr. 14, 40699 Erkrath
Telefon: 02104 138 59 75, Fax: 02104 44 97 32

Nachricht von Dr. Angelika Schrodt

U.S. housing starts plummet

Pace falls to slowest in almost 10 years as builders pull back,0,389473.story?coll=chi-business-hed

From Information Clearing House

The End of Dollar Hegemony

Ron Paul of Texas


The chaos that one day will ensue from our 35-year experiment with worldwide fiat money will require a return to money of real value. We will know that day is approaching when oil-producing countries demand gold, or its equivalent, for their oil rather than dollars or Euros. The sooner the better.

DNA data deal 'will create Big Brother Europe'

Police across the EU are to be given free access to Britain's DNA, fingerprint and car registration databases in a move denounced last night as the creation of "Big Brother Europe".

From Information Clearing House

Italians march in US base protest

Tens of thousands of people have marched in the north-eastern Italian city of Vicenza against a planned extension of the US army base there.

From Information Clearing House

The Need for a New Security Architecture

It is a well-attested principle of international relations that a balance of power keeps the peace, while an imbalance causes war, because the strong will always be tempted to impose their will by force on the weak.

From Information Clearing House

For Neocons, an Attack on Iran Has Been a Six-Year Project

The motivations for an Iran strike were laid out as far back as 1992. In classified defense planning guidance -- written for then-Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney by then-Pentagon staffers I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, World Bank Chief Paul Wolfowitz, and ambassador-nominee to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad.

From Information Clearing House

U.S. Military Is The Largest Consumer Of Oil On Earth

The US military is completely addicted to oil. Unsurprisingly, its oil consumption for aircraft, ships, ground vehicles and facilities makes the Pentagon the single largest oil consumer in the world. By the way, according to the 2006 CIA World Factbook rankings there are only 35 countries (out of 210) in the world that consume more oil per day than the Pentagon.

From Information Clearing House

US 'dumped' report into UK troops' crash ordeal

Lawyers claim the Pentagon will now pay £1.2m compensation after trying to deny Iraq collision.

Watch the video here,,2015757,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Sniper fire, ambushes, unseen enemies

Peter Beaumont on the reality of everyday life for US soldiers in Baqoubah, in the Iraqi province of Diyala.,,2015024,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Ex-US envoy says Iraq rebuilding plan won't work

"Once again we are proceeding to lay people's lives on a line drawn with faulty information. Once again the fantasies of the 'policy-makers' drive decisions without much link to the realities on the ground".

From Information Clearing House

Facing Mecca

By Uri Avnery

Must a Native-American recognize the right of the United States of America to exist?

The Imperial System: Hierarchy, Networks and Clients

The Case of Somalia

By James Petras

The imperial system is much more complex than what is commonly referred to as the “US Empire”. The US Empire, with its vast network of financial investments, military bases, multi-national corporations and client states, is the single most important component of the global imperial system.

John Pilger talks about the US' war planning against Iran

Impeach George W. Bush and Dick Cheney to Stop the Guns of August, an attack on Iran

Audio Interview With Prof. Francis A. Boyle

Audio and transcript

First, the US deluded itself about the war, then about the source of the weapons

By Patrick Cockburn

There is something ludicrous about the attempt by the US military in Iraq to persuade the world that the simple but devastating roadside bomb or IED (improvised explosive device) is a highly developed weapon requiring Iranian expertise.

Congress Must Defund the War

By Sen. Russell Feingold

Congress must use its power of the purse to safely redeploy our troops from Iraq. Let's not be intimidated by the misleading rhetoric of the White House and its allies when they try to prevent any discussion of Congress' ending the war. This isn't about "cutting off funds for troops." It's about cutting off funds for the war.

Data Retention, Überwachungsschnittstellen und der Tod

Low-level US-Iran war 'well under way'

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

D-Day arrives for controversial Burnham-On-Sea phone mast

Cheney may attack Iran to make 'a darker US in a darker world'

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Alaska’s Gull Island Oil Fields Could Power U.S. for 200 Years

Giuliani fee for speaking at tsunami charity: $100k, private jet

Informant: ranger116

Trial in Error

Informant: ranger116


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