Dienstag, 29. Mai 2007

Latest 5-4 Ruling Further Proof of the Alito Effect



Injustice 5, Justice 4

The editors of The New York Times write: "The Supreme Court struck a blow for discrimination this week by stripping a key civil rights law of much of its potency. The majority opinion, by Justice Samuel Alito, forced an unreasonable reading on the law, and tossed aside long-standing precedents to rule in favor of an Alabama employer that had underpaid a female employee for years. The ruling is the latest indication that a court which once proudly stood up for the disadvantaged is increasingly protective of the powerful."



A National Veterans Organization Reprimands Congress and The President For Ignoring the Will of the People by Continuing the Iraq War


Sacrifice, Pain, and Grief



Wonders of The Imperial World



Calling All Warriors for Peace


Democrats in Washington Want To Keep Impeachment Off The Table



Phone Mast Campaigners 'Lucky' to Have Support

A Kenilworth woman has hit out at The Open Spaces Society for not supporting a previous fight against a mobile phone mast on Chase Lane in the town.

Louise Weetman of East Chase Farm says that the society was 'not interested' in their battle against a mast and says that residents of Crackley Lane are 'lucky' to have the support they do.

Plans for the HG3 mast were granted permission in December 2006 after perceived health risks could not justify the application being refused, according to Warwick District Council.

But at the time, Ms Weetman says that the small number of supporters fighting against the plans rendered their campaign futile in the eyes of planners.

She said: "We in Chase Lane are so few and had no such support therefore the application for a mast in our beautiful privately owned lane was approved.

"Ninety eight per cent of the residents did not want the mast in the location chosen in Chase Lane. To call these telephone companies a communication company is laughable the last thing they do is communicate with you.

"What is also amazing is that The Open Spaces Society were not interested in helping us with our campaign, now it effects their land they are willing to get involved.

"Kate Ashbrook, the site in Chase Lane is also an 'historic site where people enjoy quiet recreation. It will be an eyesore and will spoil the natural beauty of the area'.

"Where were you when we needed your support? Chase Lane residents put forward all the same arguments as those being put forward by the Crackley Lane residents.

"I wish Crackley Lane luck with their fight and if they win Chase Lane residents will feel vindicated that they were indeed victims of bully boy tactics by the telephone company, Kenilworth town councillors who approved and the planning officers simply because we were so few in numbers."

The Open Spaces Society announced its decision to join the campaign against the O2 mast which may be destined for Crackley Lane.

The society owns Parliament Piece in Kenilworth and is concerned that Warwick District Council has failed to so far consult the society as an adjoining landowner.

In 1999 the society leased the land to Warwick District Council under a 99-year lease, to manage for nature conservation, public recreation on foot, and as an important contribution to the landscape character of the area.

Protesters against the O2 mast on Crackley Lane turned out in force last week to demonstrate against the plans.

And on Wednesday, they joined together to submit a 400-signature petition to the district council. Neighbours in the locality are protesting about the proposed telephone mast that could be placed at the corner of Crackley Lane and Coventry Road.

The location would site the mast approximately 70m from nearby houses and about 70m from the tennis courts at Kenilworth Tennis Club. Protesters are asking district councilors to think about an alternative site.

Kenilworth town councillors are unanimous in their opposition Warwick District Council has yet to comment on this further.

All rights reserved ©2007 Johnston Press Digital Publishing


Weltweiter Export von kampferprobten Islamisten aus dem Irak?

Die Kämpfe mit der sunnitischen Gruppe im Libanon zeigen, dass der Irak nun vom Ausbildungslager für islamistische Terroristen zu einem Exportland werden könnte.


Mast plan for village dropped

A mobile phone giant behind a plan to construct a 28-metre mast has withdrawn the scheme.

Hutchison 3G UK Ltd submitted a plan to put up the tower in Gidding Road, Sawtry, near Peterborough, last month.

The company was seeking planning permission to site the temporary mast for a year.

However, officials from Hutchison 3G have now informed planning chiefs at Huntingdonshire District Council that they no longer want the application to be considered.

All rights reserved ©2007 Johnston Press Digital Publishing


Companies Gear Up for Greenhouse Gas Limits

Convinced that rules aimed at slowing climate change are inevitable, coal-fired power generators are reexamining construction plans, fund managers are raising billions of dollars to invest in projects to combat climate change, insurance firms are devising new products, and at least one utility has inserted a novel global-warming provision into its contract.


Repairing the Damage Done

"President Bush's detour in Iraq off the multilateral track adhered to throughout the Cold War years has caused a deep drop in American prestige abroad, requiring extensive repair by his successor, regardless of which party wins in 2008," writes Jules Witcover.


Human Rights at the Workplace

"One of the basic rights that workers are supposed to enjoy, under both US law and international treaties to which we are a signatory, is the right of free association at the workplace, including the right to form a union. While workers do, in principle, have a right to form a union, this right has been largely undermined by management practices over the last quarter-century," write Dean Baker and Mary Beth Maxwell.



Military Likely to Redefine Success in Iraq

US military leaders in Iraq are increasingly convinced that most of the broad political goals President Bush laid out early this year in his announcement of a troop build-up will not be met this summer, and are instead seeking ways to redefine success.



Media Prevented From Covering the Reality of War

Since last year, the military's embedding rules require that journalists obtain a signed consent from a wounded soldier before his or her image can be published. Images that put a face on the dead - that make them identifiable - are simply prohibited. Journalists say they are not allowed to cover the reality of war, and that "this has got little to do with the families or the soldiers, and everything to do with politics."


Tell the FCC: Use Our Airwaves for the Public Good



250,000 Americans Urge the FCC: Use the Public Airwaves for the Public Good


Spezial-Unterhosen sollen vor Handy-Strahlen schützen



Der Not gehorchend gibt es viele Versuche, sich vor der Mobilfunkbestrahlung zu schützen. Wir wissen darüber zu wenig, zumal es - neben der technisch genutzten Hertz'schen Strahlung (elektromagnetische Transversalwellen) einen Strahlungsanteil gibt, der sich leider nicht abschirmen lässt. Den Versuch dazu kann jeder selber machen: Man legt einfach das eingeschaltete Handy in den häuslichen Mikrowellenherd, schliesst die Tür (Mikrowelle nicht einschalten) und ruft das Handy an. Bekanntlich ist der Mikrowellenherd ein Faraday-Käfig, in den keine elektromagnetische Strahlung rein und keine raus kommt - sonst würde ja die Hausfrau verstrahlt und sonst hätte das Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz gar keine Mikrowellenherde genehmigen dürfen.

Hier liegt übrigens ein weiteres verschwiegenes Problem: Das Bundsamt für Strahlenschutz hat sowohl die Mikrowellenherde als auch die Handys und ihre Basisstationen zugelassen hat. Was ist, wenn sich rumsprechen sollte, dass Handys im Mikrowellenherd klingeln? Verbieten sie dann die Mikrowellenherde oder doch lieber gleich die Mobiltelefone?

Aber wenn das Handy klingelt - probieren Sie es doch einfach mal aus - heisst das ja, dass die Mobilfunkstrahlung doch in den Faradayschen Käfig gelangt. Das gebietet die Logik und die Physik.

Also, wenn das Handy klingeln sollte, dann machen Sie sich klar, dass es einen Strahlungsanteil gibt, der ist nicht abschirmbar - weder durch gut gemeinte Metallfäden in Unterhosen noch durch einen technisch geprüften und für elektromagenische Wellen undurchdringlichen Faradaykäfig, auch nicht durch Metallwände usw. usw. Mehr dazu siehe http://www.buergerwelle.de/pdf/anzeige_11_02_06.pdf

Offensichtlich geht es bei der abzuwehrenden Gefährdung nicht um die abschirmbare elektromagnetische Strahlung, sondern um den auch immer vorhandenen Skalarwellenanteil. Aber: Skalarwellen lassen sich nicht abschirmen, sie tragen Energie, sind schneller als das Licht und werden nicht kleiner mit dem Abstandsquadrat. Skalarwellen sind nicht nur biologisch wirksam, sie werden - anders als der elektromagnetische Strahlungsanteil, von den Lebewesen genutzt: und zwar als Energiequelle und bei allen biologischen Kommunikationsvorgängen. Mehr dazu unter http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benutzer:Dr._Angelika_Schrodt#Skalarwellen

Technische Störfeuer in den biologischen Fenstern verwirken unsere Lebensgrundlagen, und zwar nicht nur die Spermienproduktion, sondern die Lebensgrundlage des gesamten Lebens auf unserem Planeten. Wann wird der lebensbejahende und fürsorgliche Teil der Menschheit diesem Treiben Einhalt gebieten? Es ist hoffentlich noch nicht zu spät dafür.

Dr. Angelika Schrodt

Ending A Failed Occupation

by Robert L. Borosage, TomPaine.com

It is now clear what we must do to end the Iraq war and hold both political parties accountable.



"Nicht in der Nähe von Kindern"

kleinezeitung.at vom 16.05.2007

von Bettina Kuzmicki

Leibnitzer Elternvereine machen gegen Mobilfunksendeanlagen in Nähe von Schulen und Kindergärten mobil. Gemeinsame Plattform geplant...


Klimafeind Handymast?

suedkurier.de vom 19.05.2007

von Michael Nadrelli

Mobilfunkstrahlen machen auf Dauer krank, behaupten Kritiker. Nun gibt es einen neuen Verdacht gegen die Handytechnik: Laut einer Untersuchung der ...


Memorial and Veterans Day hypocrisy

Common Dreams
by Stephen Lendman


Because both days are related, they’re discussed together. The first, Memorial Day, is commemorated on the last Monday in May and was first observed in 1866 and called Decoration Day beginning in 1868. Usage of Memorial Day wasn’t common until after WW II and wasn’t the holiday’s official name until federal law called it that in 1967. The day is an occasion to honor the nation’s men and women who died in military service to the country. … Both holidays wouldn’t be needed in a nation dedicated to peace, but one committed to perpetual war for an unattainable peace dishonors its youth in life and disingenuously honors those who died in imperial wars for conquest and plunder...


The paranoid and the dead

by Col. Dan Smith


Every national holiday develops traditions that pass from generation to generation. Except for Armistice Day — now called Veterans Day — no holiday is observed with more melancholy than is Memorial Day. But this day, unlike, say, July Fourth, seems to have developed two traditions depending on whether or not the United States is at peace or the armed forces are in a hot war when the last weekend of May arrives...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


The temporal illusion

by Per Bylund


How come we as humans always tend to realize the real risk of horrors tomorrow, but not understanding the horrors that are already upon us? We are not at the brink of an Orwellian police state — it is already here. The wars on drugs, terrorism, poverty, and Iraq aren’t approaching failure — they have failed, and failed good. People say we should learn from history or we might relive its horrors — history tends to repeat itself because we don’t know about it or consider our collective experience of sufficient importance. There is truth to these words, but why do we think people could learn from history when most of us regularly fail to identify the nature of the now? If we cannot even see what we’re in the midst of, then how can we expect to learn from the experience of previous years — or even previous generations?


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Iranian rumblings

by Alan Bock


Even as the United States and Iran seem to be moving toward direct talks over the security situation in Iraq, the symbiotic relationship between President Bush and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is flourishing in ways that seem to guarantee continued hostility. President Bush in his al-Qaeda dominated news conference Thursday, did not neglect to mention that the administration will push the United Nations to adopt expanded economic and political sanctions against Iran, while Ahmadinejad announced that Iran will ‘never retreat, even one step,’ from its program of nuclear enrichment. These two were made for each other, each providing a foil for the other’s preference to conduct international relations through posturing and grievance-mongering...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


It is time to shatter the hegemony of the two party system

Liberty For All
by Kevin Tuma


An Open Letter to Ron Paul: Mr. Paul, you have served the cause of individual liberty superbly, and honorably, in your role as the last living statesman remaining in the United States Congress. You have recently gone on to score great rhetorical victories-and achieve much fame in the public eye-in the debates, where you have so adroitly told the world The Emperor Has No Clothes...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Justice by a lower standard

by Steve Chapman


For some people, the key to happiness is low standards. If you never expect much out of life, you will rarely be disappointed, and you will be content with outcomes that others would find unbearable. It’s a formula that is working quite satisfactorily for President Bush and many congressional Republicans in the controversy over the U.S. attorney firings. Monica Goodling, who was an aide to Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales, agreed to appear before a House committee only after pleading her right against self-incrimination and then getting a grant of immunity. Here’s a good rule of thumb: Innocent people who are prepared to tell the truth don’t take the Fifth. Despite her efforts to defend herself and her boss, she painted a picture that should have been thoroughly demoralizing to those on the administration’s side, not to mention everyone else...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


The real debt: US taxpayers on hook for $59 trillion

USA Today


The federal government recorded a $1.3 trillion loss last year — far more than the official $248 billion deficit — when corporate-style accounting standards are used, a USA TODAY analysis shows. The loss reflects a continued deterioration in the finances of Social Security and government retirement programs for civil servants and military personnel. The loss — equal to $11,434 per household — is more than Americans paid in income taxes in 2006...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Europa und die Bootflüchtlinge

„Drei Tage lang wurden aufgrund des Zuständigkeitsstreits zwischen Malta und Libyen illegale Einwanderer aus Afrika im Boot und dann festgeklammert an ein Netz herumgeschleppt, ohne sie an Bord zu lassen und sie mit Essen und Trinken zu versorgen Ein besonders dramatischer Vorfall beleuchtet den Umgang mit Menschen aus Afrika, die über das Mittelmeer in die Festung Europa gelangen wollen. An deren südlichen Meeresgrenzen mehren sich die Katastrophen und die Toten. Das Fischerboot Budafel aus Malta "rettete" am Mittwoch 27 afrikanische Schiffsbrüchige und zog die an die Käfige des Thunfischnetzes geklammerten Flüchtlinge drei Tage mit, ohne sie jedoch an Bord zu nehmen oder mit Wasser zu versorgen. Malta und Libyen, von wo die Flüchtlinge aus Ghana, Nigeria und Kamerun gestartet sind, weigerten sich, ihnen zu Hilfe zu kommen, und stritten um die Zuständigkeit. Nach drei Tagen wurden die Männer schließlich 60 Meilen vor der libyschen Küste von der italienischen Marine aufgenommen und in ein Auffanglager auf die Insel Lampedusa verbracht…“ Artikel von Florian Rötzer in telepolis vom 28.05.2007 http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/25/25377/1.html

Festung EU > Frontex

Frontex als Schrittmacher der EU-Innenpolitik

Die Grenzschutztruppe mit den Soforteinsatzteams entzieht sich weitgehend der Kontrolle des EU-Parlaments. Artikel von Christoph Marischka in telepolis vom 25.05.2007 http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/25/25359/1.html

Aus: LabourNet, 29. Mai 2007


Fische sind wertvoller als Flüchtlinge

„Immer neue Dramen mit afrikanischen Bootsflüchtlingen vor Malta: Fischerboote lassen ertrinkende Flüchtlinge in ihren Netzen treiben, statt sie aufzunehmen, Regierungen streiten um Zuständigkeit. Schließlich sammelt ein Kriegsschiff Leichen ein…“ Artikel von Reiner Wandler in der taz vom 4.6.2007 http://www.taz.de/dx/2007/06/04/a0103.1/text

Still und heimlich. Abseits vom Medienrummel koordiniert die EU in Athen ihre Maßnahmen "zur Vermeidung unerwünschter Migration"

„Hinter geschlossenen Türen und weitgehend verschwiegen von der griechischen Presse fand von Mittwoch bis Freitag in Athen eine Tagung der Versammlung der Generaldirektoren und Leiter der Europäischen Migrationsbehörden. statt. Für Deutschland mit von der Partei, war Dr. Hans Dietrich von Loeffelholz, Leiter des Referats für ökonomische Aspekte der Migration im Deutschen Bundesamt für Migration. Nicht vertreten am Tisch der europäischen Runde waren die Betroffenen. Die standen am Donnerstagnachmittag stattdessen zu Hunderten vor dem von Sondereinheiten der Polizei abgeschirmten Athener Nobelhotel Titania…“ Artikel von Heike Schrader in telepolis vom 02.06.2007 http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/25/25413/1.html

Aus: LabourNet, 12. Juni 2007


Massensterben an den europäischen Außengrenzen: Rettungsplan für Flüchtlinge gefordert

Die Flüchtlingshilfsorganisation Pro Asyl fordert die am 12. Juni in Luxemburg tagenden EU-Innenminister auf, einen umfassenden "Rettungsplan für Flüchtlinge" zu beschließen. Um "das Massensterben an den europäischen Außengrenzen" zu beenden, fordert Pro Asyl "eine Rückbesinnung auf Grundwerte" und "die Wiederherstellung rechtsstaatlicher Prinzipien". "Momentan herrscht auf See das Gesetz des Dschungels. Flüchtlinge ertrinken - EU-Staaten schauen zu und diskutieren die jeweilige Nichtzuständigkeit für die Rettung", meint Karl Kopp von Pro Asyl.



Tell the Government to Stop Delaying Right Whale Protections


From Rosemary R.


Einkommen als Menschenrecht

Diskussion "Einkommen als Menschenrecht" im ZDF-Nachtstudio


Lebensfremd und unverschämt

#Die Linkspartei.PDS: Pressemitteilungen

29. Mai 2007

Zum Vorhaben der CDU/CSU-Bundestagsfraktion, das Kindergeld künftig nur noch bis zum 18. Lebensjahr zu zahlen, erklärt das Mitglied des Parteivorstandes Rosemarie Hein:

Ist es Unverfrorenheit oder Ahnungslosigkeit, die Politiker aus dem konservativen Lager immer wieder zu solchen perfiden Umverteilungsvorschlägen greifen lässt? Während sie Besserverdienenden und großen Unternehmen immer neue Steuergeschenke zukommen lassen, sollen sich Kinder und Jugendliche quasi untereinander solidarisch verhalten. Den einen soll gegeben werden, was den anderen weggenommen wird. Wer solche Vorschläge macht, hat keine blasse Ahnung vom wirklichen Leben und den tatsächlichen Kosten für Schule und Ausbildung. Nicht nur, dass Ausbildung oder Studium die Auszubildenden und deren Eltern mehr kostet als durch das derzeitiges Kindergeld kompensiert wird, es gibt für die meisten Kosten überhaupt keine Ausgleichszahlungen. So gibt es vom 16. Lebensjahr an kein Geld mehr für Fahrtkosten, sind die Lehr- und Lernmittel in beträchtlichem Maße selbst zu tragen. Hinzu kommen verdeckte Studiengebühren wie zur Semesterrückmeldung, werden Studiengebühren in immer mehr Ländern eingeführt. Da ist der Verweis auf BaföG und Studienkredite einfach heuchlerisch, denn diese Gelder müssen zum Teil oder ganz zurückgezahlt werden, zumeist gerade in der Zeit, in der die Betroffenen laut Familienministerin eigentlich selbst Kinder bekommen sollten. Es wird Zeit, dass auch die Politiker von CDU und CSU sich mal wieder mit dem wirklichen Leben befassen.


U.S. Takes Gold in Arms Olympics


From Information Clearing House

Dad's not a terrorist: Hicks children

THE mother of David Hicks's two children visited her former partner in prison yesterday and, along with their son and daughter, has refused to describe the South Australian as a terrorist.


From Information Clearing House


U.N. expert faults U.S. on human rights in terror laws

The United States apparently violated international law in its military tribunals by using coercion to extract confessions and writing counter-terrorism laws that restrict immigration on questionable grounds, a U.N. investigator said.


Bush administration removed and obfuscated human rights mechanisms - UN expert

Since September 11, Bush administration has removed or obfuscated mechanisms for the protection of rights enshrined in the US Constitution and international charters, according to UN Special Rapporteur.


From Information Clearing House


U.S. Africa Command Brings New Concerns

The creation of the Defense Department Africa Command, has heightened concerns among African countries and in the U.S. government over the militarization of U.S. foreign policy, according to a newly released study by the Congressional Research Service.


From Information Clearing House


US "Exaggerating" Iran Threat For Military Intervention

The United States is falsely accusing Tehran of supporting Iraqi militias in stoking violence in Iraq as a pretext for a military intervention in the Islamic republic, a leading British think-tank has said in a report.


From Information Clearing House

The Innocent Bystander Fable

The Innocent Bystander Fable teaches that every politician in America except the President of the United States has absolutely no power at all to stop or even slow down the escalation of the war in Iraq - an escalation that is expected to deploy "more than 200,000 [troops to Iraq] -- a record high number -- by the end of the year,"


From Information Clearing House


GIs in Iraq are no longer true believers

"We help them in the day. They turn around at night and try to kill us."

U.S Army Destroys a Mosque


How the U.S. Helps Build A Resistance Movement In Iraq:

From Information Clearing House

Proxy Wars

By Bill Noxid

We do not live in a Civilization, just the illusion of one. An illusion created by those who wish to enslave your mind, body, and soul. An illusion created to prevent you from seeing the chains around your ankles, the bag over your head, or the gag-ball in your mouth.


Proxy Wars: Lebanon under fire


Is Fatah-al-Islam (in reality) a creation of the "Welch Club". This club is named for its godfather David Welch - the current assistant to the Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. He is the "point man" for the Bush administration and is guided by Eliot Abrams.



Bush's New Middle East

By Mike Whitney

It's hard to know what Bush hopes to accomplish by backing the bloody siege of the Nahr al-Bared refugee camp, but one thing is certain; things are never as they seem. In an interview on Democracy Now last week, investigative reporter Seymour Hersh stated that, Fatah al-Islam---the group of Sunni extremists inside the camp--were getting material support from the Saudis, the Bush administration and members of the Lebanese political establishment.


Lebanon Fatah Al-Islam


Dr Fawaz Gerges joins a panel of experts as we unravel the web of Lebabon's political landscape.


From Information Clearing House


Poisoned Chalice: Media & The Use of Force



In Iraq, Every Day Is Memorial Day

By Bobby Ghosh/Baghdad

The Shi'ite militias that forced Azhour Ali Mohammed from her home in Baghdad's al-Dolai district last month shot her husband Amer dead before her eyes and torched all her worldly possessions. And the fear that the killers may come back for her and her two little children prevented her from mourning her husband. "I could not hold a proper wake for him," says the young widow. "He deserved at least that."


68 Staaten ringen um ein Verbot von Streumunition


Ron Paul: Stop Dreaming


Rep. Ron Paul interview on CNN Sunday Spotlight, May 27th, 2007 - May
27, 2007


Informant: shane_digital


The EEVS of Our Destruction

by Nancy Levant

EEVS also creates ANOTHER vast federal database to verify the work eligibility of ALL American citizen job applicants. The system would contain extraordinary personal information on everyone who seeks or holds a job, and all of it keyed to a new biometric Social Security number. When this bill passes (and it will), every time we apply for a job, the Department of Homeland Security will determine our eligibility to work in OUR nation. In the essence of FACT, NO ONE will be able to work in the u.S. without DHS approval. And, guess what.....



Govn't. Employees to decide if the Publics' Mind is Healthy

by Beverly Eakman

It is average Americans, not “experts,” who must draw a line as to what they will tolerate. Until that happens, all the psychologists, medications, counseling services, and screening instruments in the world will not be enough to prevent the “mad” rampages that increasingly define our era......




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