Freitag, 24. August 2007

Impfung gegen Gebärmutterkrebs Papillomaviren

//www.buergerwelle.de/pdf/impfung_papillomaviren.htm

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GARDASIL: Todesfälle nach Impfung
//groups.google.de/group/freepage-news/t/3b24f542d581abea?hl=en



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Power Grab

Media Power Grab?

PBS presents "Bill Moyers Journal" tonight and asks if there is a media power grab. The FCC is considering new rules that will govern how much control the media titans will have over what we read, see and hear. "Bill Moyers Journal" examines what's at stake for democracy.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407I.shtml

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Power Grab

How The Power Hour Betrayed the Veterans Movement in America

COMING SOON...



//www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yRRg78y8Ls

The Website should be up around April 6, 2008. Bookmark it!
//www.ThePowerHourMovie.com


William Lewis
Writer/Director: "POWER GRAB"



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Hoekstra Says Iraq Democracy Strategy Is Doomed to Fail

Chris Christoff writes in the Detroit Free Press, "Hoekstra, the ranking Republican on the House Select Committee on Intelligence, said as the Iraqi government flounders, he's changed his original support for the Bush administration's stated goal of molding a democratic Iraq as a means to stabilize the Middle East."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407H.shtml



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Relative Indifference to 400th Execution in 30 Years

Aline Leclerc, writing for Le Monde, and Pierre Haski, in Rue89, report on the latest execution in the US, each highlighting different aspects of a practice abolished in Europe on human rights grounds.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407G.shtml



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Undermining Democracy

Dr. Wilmer J. Leon III writes for Truthout: "Whether implementing foreign policy on the world stage or domestic policy within the confines of our borders, unilateral foreign policy and the unitary executive damage the democratic process. When you operate alone, you operate at great risk."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407D.shtml



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The Problem Isn't Mr. Maliki

The editors of The New York Times write: "Blaming the prime minister of Iraq, rather than the president of the United States, for the spectacular failure of American policy, is cynical politics, pure and simple. It is neither fair nor helpful in figuring out how to end America's biggest foreign policy fiasco since Vietnam."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407C.shtml



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Top General to Urge Iraq Troop Cut

Julian E. Barnes and Peter Spiegel report for the Los Angeles Times, "The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is expected to advise President Bush to reduce the US force in Iraq next year by almost half, potentially creating a rift with top White House officials and other military commanders over the course of the war."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407A.shtml

Church court says yes to mobile mast

OUT-LAW News, 24/08/2007

A church has been given permission to install a 3G mobile phone mast on its tower despite there being a risk that the mast will transmit pornography. An ecclesiastical appeals court has overturned an earlier order and allowed the mast's installation.

Read More...
//www.out-law.com/page-8410



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Off-road vehicles threaten largest recommended wilderness in Lower 48

//action.wilderness.org/campaign/salmon_challis

Horst Seehofer: Der Untätigkeitsminister

//www.capital.de/politik/100007450.html



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Watching Freedom's Watch

by Rick Perlstein

On the White House's un-American front group.
//ga3.org/ct/c720pgF1XRV5/



Katrina: How George Bush(es) Destroyed FEMA

by Rick Perlstein

How the fate of one federal agency reveals the impossibility of sound conservative government.

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impf-report Newsletter Nr. 16/2007

//www.impf-report.de/jahrgang/2007/16.htm

Angst vor "Funkstrahlen": Spanisches Dorf verweigert Mobilfunk

derStandard.at - Wien, Austria

Per Volksabstimmung haben die hundert Bewohner des spanischen Dorfs Los
Villares in Südspanien Handys und Mobilfunk abgeschworen. ...

//derstandard.at/?id=3008657

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Spanisches Dorf verweigert sich dem Mobilfunk

Madrid - Per Volksabstimmung haben die Bewohner des andalusischen Dorfs Los Villares dem Mobilfunk abgeschworen. Sie verweigerten die Installation einer Antenne, die sie mit den Mobilfunknetzen im Land verbunden hätte. ...

//www.nachrichten.ch/detail/285106.htm

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Spanisches Dorf votiert gegen Handy-Empfang

Wendlinger Zeitung - Germany

38 Bewohner des 120-Seelen Dorfes Los Villares bei Guadix in der Provinz Granada votierten gegen die Errichtung einer Mobilfunkantenne, 37 stimmten dafür. ...

//www.wendlinger-zeitung.de/index.php?action=shownews&id=779646&Seiten_ID=2

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Spanisches Dorf: Volksabstimmung über Handy-Empfang

Vorarlberg Online - Austria In einer „Volksabstimmung" entscheidet ein Dorf in Südspanien über einen Anschluss an die Handy-Netze. Bisher gibt es in der Ortschaft Los Villares bei ...

//tinyurl.com/399bvn

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Spanisches Dorf verweigert sich dem Mobilfunk

Basler Zeitung - Basel,Switzerland Per Volksabstimmung haben die Bewohner des andalusischen Dorfs Los Villares dem Mobilfunk abgeschworen. Sie verweigerten die Installation einer Antenne, ... //www.baz.ch/news/index.cfm?ObjectID=97E2448E-1422-0CEF-704EEE5663403DAD

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Los Villares will keine Handystrahlen

In einem Bürgerent­scheid hat sich die Bevölkerung eines Dorfs in Südspanien ge­gen die Bestrahlung durch einen Mobilfunksender entschieden. 38 Bewohner des 120-Seelen Dorfes Los Villares in der Pro­vinz Granada votierten gegen die Errich­tung eines Mobilfunksenders in der Nähe des Gemeindesaals, 37 stimmten dafür. Der Rest nahm nicht an der Wahl teil. Der Ort hat bisher keinen Handy-Empfang. Die Frage des Baus einer Antenne hatte die Dorfbevölkerung in zwei Lager gespalten. Ein Teil der Bewohner - die Mehrheit ist älter als 60 Jahre - befürchtete von einer solchen An­lage schädliche Auswirkungen auf die Ge­sundheit. Die Gegner, überwiegend Senioren, sprachen sich dafür aus, den Mobilfunksender lieber außerhalb des Ortes aufzustellen.

Die Bürgermeisterin kündigte an, man werde das Ergebnis der Abstimmung respektieren, zugleich aber einen Kompromiss anstreben. Danach soll die Antenne außerhalb des Dorfes errichtet werden, möglichst weit weg vom Ortskern, versicherte die Bürgermeisterin.

//nachrichten.at.aol.de/Panorama-Chronik/Spanisches-Dorf-verweigert-Mobiltelefonie-2059772220-//derstandard.at/PDA/?id=3008657

August 2007

H. Langenbach, Freudenberg

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Spanisches Dorf will definitiv keine Handys

News Networld - Austria Per Volksabstimmung haben die hundert Bewohner des spanischen Dorfs Los Villares in Südspanien Handys und Mobilfunk abgeschworen. ... //www.networld.at/articles/0734/541/181814.shtml

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Dorf in Spanien verweigert Anschluss an Handynetz

Krone.at - Wien, Austria

Allerdings fiel die Entscheidung mit einer Stimme Unterschied denkbar knapp aus: 37 Einwohner stimmten für die Errichtung einer Mobilfunkantenne, ... //wcm.krone.at/krone/S2/object_id__76962/hxcms/

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Bürgerentscheid

fr-online.de vom 29.08.2007

Spanisches Dorf votiert gegen Handy-Empfang Granada (dpa) - In einem Bürgerentscheid hat sich ein Dorf in Südspanien gegen einen Anschluss an die Handy-Netze entschieden...
//www.nachrichten.diagnose-funk.ch/033ea298b81479d03/index.html#033ea2999b0baca01



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Eine "private Zukunftsvorsorge" ist keine Alternative

Die vielfach beschworene "private Altersvorsorge" ist für die Mehrheit schlicht und einfach nicht leistbar. Auch wenn noch soviel dafür geworben wird.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/25/25992/1.html

EPA Decides Oil Refinery Air Pollution is Clean Enough to Ignore

//www.commondreams.org/news2007/0824-05.htm



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Guantanamo Supreme Court Brief Filed Today Argues That Executive Branch Is Not Above The Rule of Law

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Bush's Next Invasion: Vietnam?

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Big Brother Democracy

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/24/3376



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Role of Telecom Firms in Wiretaps Is Confirmed

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/24/3389/



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More Iraqis Said to Flee Since Troop Increase

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California Voters Souring on Democratic Congress

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/24/3392/

Die Hartz IV-Schule: Wie Kinder auf die Arbeitslosigkeit vorbereitet werden

//www.wdr.de/tv/monitor/pdf/070823-b-hartz-iv-schule-IF.pdf
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Tracking magnetic signals in brain

//www.buergerwelle.de/pdf/tracking_magnetic_signals_in_brain.htm

Alzheimers....magnetic signal test 2007
//www.buergerwelle.de/pdf/alzheimers_magnetic_signal_test.htm

U of M researchers may have discovered simple Alzheimer's test
//www.kare11.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=262993



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Mobilfunkstationen keine Auswirkung auf Befindlichkeit?

Elektrosmog als Krebsrisiko: Kein Krebsrisiko durch Handy-Strahlung?
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Flucht aus Oberammergau: Pfarrer flüchtet vor Handy-Strahlung
//omega.twoday.net/stories/3258411/

Mobilfunk und Gesundheit
//omega.twoday.net/stories/3300771/

Wissenschaft zu Mobilfunk
//tinyurl.com/93epp

Ärzte und Mobilfunk
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Austrian Minister: US Missile Shield Is Provocation

Reuters reports, "Austrian Defense Minister Norbert Darabos has called US plans for a missile defense shield in eastern Europe a 'provocation' reviving Cold War debates."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407P.shtml



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Satellite Plan Draws Scrutiny

Robert Block reports for The Wall Street Journal: "In the first sign of opposition to a controversial satellite-surveillance plan, House Democrats told the Department of Homeland Security they intend to exercise close oversight of the program.... The announcement, contained in a tersely worded letter sent yesterday to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff by House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, echoes concerns voiced by some critics that the planned program lacks sufficient safeguards to prevent abuses."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407N.shtml



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New Intelligence Report Paints a Bleak Picture of Iraq

P. Strobel and Leila Fadel report for McClatchy Newspapers, "A new assessment of Iraq by US intelligence agencies provides little evidence that the American troop 'surge' has accomplished its goals and predicts that the US-backed government of Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki will become 'more precarious' in the months ahead."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082407K.shtml



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Warner: Bush Should Start Bringing Troops Home

The Associated Press reports: "President Bush should start bringing home some troops by Christmas to show the Baghdad government that the US commitment in Iraq is not open-ended, a prominent Republican senator said Thursday. The move puts John Warner, a former Navy secretary and one-time chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, at odds with the president."

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Masts will not be built after alleged threats

Controversial plans to build two mobile phone masts at Willingdon Golf Club have been scrapped after threats were allegedly made to a member of the club's board.

Vodafone and T-Mobile had both been given permission to put up 15-metre high masts on the course despite objections from hundreds of local residents.

It is believed the club would have received around £12,000 from the deal.

But it has now abandoned the plans, which have taken more than a year to come to fruition, after what it called 'serious and direct threats to individuals and property'.

However, residents are claiming victory saying the club had come to the right decision in the face of public pressure and the threat of anti-mast members leaving the club.

Read More...
//www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news/Masts-will-not-be-built.3144113.jp

Phone mast plans rejected

By Chloe Lambert

Wandsworth Council last night rejected all eight applications by Orange to build mobile phone masts in Southfields.

The planning committee said the refusals were due to heavy public objection, obstruction to footpaths, and detriment to the visual appearance of the area.

The decision ended months of anxiety for residents in West Hill and East Putney, who said the masts were a health hazard.

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You, too, can and should be an “intelligence analyst”

The Power of Narrative
by Arthur Silber

08/22/07

Almost all of our public debate is conducted on the first level of analysis: what various political leaders say their goals and objectives are. In terms of those stated goals, their decisions in foreign policy are uniformly calamitous, and they lead to results that are the opposite of what they claim they hope to achieve. No public figure will admit the truth of the second kind of analysis and, I regret to note, most Americans are not the least bit interested in hearing such unpleasant truths. Nonetheless, they are truths: a huge swath of our economy is now devoted to preparing for war, making war, and cleaning up after war. To one degree or another, most members of Congress are beholden to the economic powers that drive the obsessive concern with war, and its cornucopia of economic opportunity. Both parties are enmeshed in the War State, and the current corporatist warmaking apparatus devours almost all those who go into public service. Until this intricate and complex system is altered, nothing else will change, except in comparatively superficial ways...

//tinyurl.com/2vf6s4


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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How to challenge Iran’s militancy without using arms

Christian Science Monitor
by Marc Gopin & Gregory Meeks

08/23/07

There have been persistent rumors in Washington that President Bush does not want to leave office without ‘doing something’ about Iran. Even more alarming, there have been rumors that Mr. Bush has solicited a green light from Russian President Vladimir Putin for Israel to ‘do something’ about Iran. One of the central problems with the Bush administration is that it thinks military first and sometimes military only — with disastrous results for America. Though military action is an option, the consequences of the United States or Israel attacking Iran would be catastrophic. Fortunately, the American people do not want this to happen. Only 10 percent approve of a military confrontation with Iran, according to a CBS/New York Times poll in March, and most worry about America’s troubled relationship with the Muslim world. A large majority are concerned that the Iraq war is destroying America’s international reputation. They do not want to make matters worse...

//www.csmonitor.com/2007/0823/p09s01-coop.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Children of war

CounterPunch
by Kathy Kelly

08/23/07

A versatile and talented child, Sonia loves to play the trumpet and perform classical Indian dances, the latter being somewhat unusual for a Muslim girl. When she was eight years old, shortly before the U.S. and the U.K. attacked Iraq, she wrote a poem urging respect for the rights of Iraqi children whose lives and hopes would be destroyed by war. The poem reached many people, intensifying efforts of peace activists to stop the war before it started. Sonia continued her efforts on behalf of Iraqi children, even founding an organization called ‘Children Against War’...

//www.counterpunch.org/kelly08232007.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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The carnage in Iraq: past, present, and future

LewRockwell.Com
by Robert Higgs

08/24/07

The headline of an August 22, 2007, article in the New York Times reads, ‘Citing Vietnam, Bush Warns of Carnage if U.S. Leaves Iraq.’ Readers with live brain cells must be stunned by such a warning. What, exactly, does President Bush imagine is happening every day in Iraq now? Does he envision scenes of social tranquility and cooperative harmony amid the peaceful palms of Mesopotamia? And what, one wonders, does he suppose was going on earlier in Vietnam, as the U.S. forces extended their unwelcome stay year after grisly year? At times, observing the president and listening to his speeches, one simply doesn’t know what to make of him. Is he actually as detached from reality as he appears to be? And do his handlers really believe that at this late date, the American people will take seriously the rhetoric his speech writers persist in putting into his mouth?

//www.lewrockwell.com/higgs/higgs65.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Don’t know much about history

Guardian [UK]
by Matthew Yglesias

08/23/07

For months now, many conservatives have been fundamentally positioning themselves for the post-war era, readying the arguments that will blame the failure of the venture in Iraq on its opponents rather than its architects. That Bush himself has chosen to join them is, perhaps, on some level the clearest reflection of the reality that the president knows perfectly well that the war is unwinnable, and blame-shifting now the best hope for saving his historical legacy...

//tinyurl.com/37nbdt


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Home front “surge”

AntiWar.Com
by Justin Raimondo

08/24/07

In a disgusting display of mendacity not seen since the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, a pro-war advertising campaign spearheaded by former White House spokesman Ari Fleischer is buying $15 million worth of 30-second television spots that repeat the lies linking 9/11 to Iraq — and explicitly threatening another terrorist attack in the US if we ’surrender.’ It’s the first storm in a season of fear...

//www.antiwar.com/justin/?articleid=11498


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Most Americans in the dark about world politics

Yahoo! News

08/22/07

Two-thirds of US adults admit to being in the dark about political issues outside the United States, and only a third are well-versed in US politics, the results of a poll published Tuesday showed. … Global political knowledge was miniscule, with just three percent of women and 14 percent of men saying they are extremely knowledgeable on world politics. One reason for the knowledge gap is lack of interest, according to the poll. ‘Well over half (57 percent) say they do not like learning about political issues in other countries,’ and 32 percent expressed a lack of interest for homespun politics, the Harris Poll group said...

//tinyurl.com/2kw5sv


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Only Little People Pay Taxes

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/23/3355/



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The Forgotten Vietnam - Iraq Parallel

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/23/3352/



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The Rich Get Richer and The Poor Get More Numerous

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/23/3362/

The Vanishing Coalition: Splits Emerge with Iraq Allies

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/23/3363/

Rule to Expand Mountaintop Coal Mining

John M. Broder for The New York Times reports that "the Bush administration is set to issue a regulation on Friday that would enshrine the coal mining practice of mountaintop removal."

//www.truthout.org/issues_06/082307EA.shtml



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Billions in Katrina Relief Funds Missing

Jeffrey Buchanan and Chris Kromm for AlterNet report: "When pressed on the slow pace of recovery in the Gulf Coast, President Bush insists the federal government has fulfilled its promise to rebuild the region. The proof, he says, is in the big check the federal government signed to underwrite the recovery - allegedly more than $116 billion. But residents of the still-devastated Gulf Coast are left wondering whether the check bounced."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/082307R.shtml



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Show leaders in Congress the price of taking away our freedoms

https://secure.aclu.org/site/SPageServer?pagename=Dont_Fail_Freedom_petition&s_site=sha_l_6



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Anti-American Sentiment Grows Worldwide

The most dramatic decline is in long-time U.S. ally and NATO member Turkey, where only 3% have confidence in Bush.

//tinyurl.com/3bahwd


From Information Clearing House

Iran announces 2,000-pound 'smart' bomb

The guided bomb, named Qased or Messenger, can be deployed by Iran's aging U.S.-made F-4 and F-5 fighter jets and will be officially unveiled next week, said the broadcast, quoting a Defense Ministry statement. It did not elaborate.

//www.usatoday.com/news/world/2007-08-23-iran-bomb_N.htm


From Information Clearing House

First Strike Nukes On 'Table'

Audio

Physics professor Jorge Hirsch discusses America's nuclear weapons policy toward non-nuclear states.

//dissentradio.com/charles/aw080707jorgehirsch.mp3


From Information Clearing House



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Bolton: I 'Absolutely' Hope The U.S. Will Attack Iran

"I hope Iran understands that we are very serious, that we are determined they are not going to get a nuclear weapon capability, and unless they change the strategic decision they've been pursuing for close to 20 years, that that's something they better factor into their calculations."

//thinkprogress.org/2007/08/22/bolton-iran-six-months


From Information Clearing House



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Charles Goyette Interviews Roland Haas, who tells of his murder of people for the State

My Secret Life as a CIA Assassin

Audio

Charles Goyette Interviews Roland Haas, who tells of his murder of people for the State and how it nearly ruined his life too.

//www.antiwar.com/blog/2007/08/22/roland-haas/


From Information Clearing House

U.S. OK'd troop terror hunts in Pakistan

Newly uncovered "rules of engagement" show the U.S. military gave elite units broad authority more than three years ago to pursue suspected terrorists into Pakistan, with no mention of telling the Pakistanis in advance.

//news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070824/ap_on_re_us/crossing_into_pakistan


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Maliki the convenient scapegoat for frustrated US

Bush is facing problems domestically and if the Iraqis have not delivered on the benchmarks set out by Congress, the president has to find someone to blame and try to lower expectations. Bush has to be seen to put more pressure on Maliki to satisfy his domestic audience."

//www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,,2154013,00.html


From Information Clearing House



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Psychologists in Denial About Torture

By Amy Goodman

Last weekend, the American Psychological Association rejected a moratorium that would have prevented its member psychologists from participating in interrogations at U.S. detention centers at places like Guantanamo Bay and secret CIA "black sites" around the world.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18243.htm



A Major Blow Against Human Rights

A Sad Day for Psychologists
//counterpunch.org/woolf09012007.html


From Information Clearing House



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War Psychiatry and Iraq Atrocities: How Killing Becomes a Reflex

By Penny Coleman

It is only in the last half century that training has evolved into an entirely new phenomenon that makes use of the principles of operant conditioning to overcome what studies done over the last century have consistently demonstrated, namely, that healthy human beings have an inherent aversion to killing others of their own species.

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U.S. Use of Radiological Weapons

Calls for an International Tribunal

By Mark H. Gaffney

White House spokespersons and national security advisers have repeatedly warned that Islamic terrorists could strike cities in the US with radiological weapons. In recent days we've heard these same warnings repeated, again, this time in especially shrill tones. It's clear that America's leaders have already done what we've accused terrorists of only planning to do. Worse, our leaders have done it on a greater scale.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18242.htm



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The Iraqis Don't Deserve Us

By Robert Fisk

Always, we have betrayed them. We backed "Flossy" in Yemen. The French backed their local "harkis" in Algeria; then the FLN victory forced them to swallow their own French military medals before dispatching them into mass graves. In Vietnam, the Americans demanded democracy and, one by one - after praising the Vietnamese for voting under fire in so many cities, towns and villages - they destroyed the elected prime ministers because they were not abiding by American orders.

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WiMax-Schäden an der Elfenbeinküste

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Plan to Attack Iran Confirmed, Vote on IMPEACHMENT Now

ADMINISTRATION SOURCE CONFIRMS THEIR DETERMINATION TO ATTACK ON IRAN

If you thought the Cheney White House could not be so crazy as to attack Iran given the existing debacle in Iraq, we have news for you. They ARE that crazy. As reported by Time magazine on line yesterday, an administration official declared unilaterally "There will be an attack on Iran", based on the totally bogus assertion that they are the source for the IEDs being used in Iraq. And the only way to stop the insanity is to impeach the Vice President immediately.

ACTION PAGE ON CHENEY IMPEACHMENT: //www.usalone.com/cheney_impeachment.php

Never mind that all anyone has to do is Google the words "missing explosives iraq" and in seconds you will find all the links to how
340 bulk tons of the most powerful military explosives just walked away from the Al Qa'qaa storage depot and others, which HAD been under U.N. seal, until they were left entirely unguarded for a month and a half while the U.S. military was only interested in protecting the oil ministry.

Never mind that all one of the strategic Keystone Cops in the Vice President's office would have to do is Google the words "ieds copper discs" and in seconds they too would find all the links to how local machine shops in Iraq were cranking out the parts needed to make all those IEDS as a cottage industry, given that they now have enough stolen high explosives stockpiled for a 200 year insurgency at current rates of attacks.

And yet still the push is from Cheney's office to tell even bigger lies about Iran than he ever told about Iraq, and to escalate yet another fraudulent casus belli into world war with a billion Muslims,
99.999 percent of whom would have rather just be left alone in peace had we not gone out of our way to bomb their cities.

ACTION PAGE ON CHENEY IMPEACHMENT: //www.usalone.com/cheney_impeachment.php

Remember that Cheney is the originator of the irrational 1 percent doctrine, by which he asserted that even if the chance of potential threat is very small we must act preemptively to take that threat out. As a result of such doctrinaire dogma, 99 percent of the million Iraqis killed so far, and of the millions more made into refugees or maimed, have been innocent bystander civilians. That's a whole lot of hearts and minds. Operating with at most 1 percent intelligence, and
99 percent of the certainty of a paranoid, delusional madman, Dick Cheney has turned U.S. foreign policy into a self-fulfilling disaster.

This is the same Dick Cheney who when interviewed in 1994 explained
(in a private assessment he wishes he could suppress now) what a bad idea it would have been to try to depose Saddam by ourselves all alone with nobody from the region with us, and how it would lead to nothing but a quagmire and Iraq flying apart into sectarian pieces. THAT 9/11 did not change. But were they candid with the American people about the risks of an occupation of Iraq? No, they lied about that too. They told us it would be a six week cake walk with candy and flowers, to sucker us into sacrificing thousands of American lives and a trillion dollar from our treasury to Cheney's war profiteering cronies, only to then tell us that's the reason we can't just leave now.

Only impeachment can save us now. Only impeachment can remove Cheney from office before he executes the final solution leading inevitably to all out nuclear war and to the end of civilization. We do not have time for the next election to save us. With more and more evidence surfacing that the last two presidential elections were stolen outright, with them putting into place secret presidential directives to declare martial law and worse in response to the crisis they themselves are determined to precipitate, only if you speak out now can we save ourselves.

ACTION PAGE ON CHENEY IMPEACHMENT: //www.usalone.com/cheney_impeachment.php

Please cast your vote on the action page above, just as over 100,000 of your fellow alarmed citizens already have, which will send your message in real time to all your members of Congress, and letter to the editor of your nearest daily local newspaper if you like as well. In doing so we can pressure more members of Congress to sign on to H.Res. 333, calling for the impeachment of Vice President Cheney, just as 20 House members already have. If enough of us speak out Congress absolutely will act. All House members are up for reelection. They cannot ignore us all.

Please speak out. Click a mouse one time. We need YOUR voice to join in the mounting calls for impeachment NOW. Please.

Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed to be ours, and forward this message to everyone else you know.

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American Kids Being Drugged To Death

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Informant: Teresa Binstock



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Russia Talks Tough on Missile Defense

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Alfred McCoy on torture and the American Psychological Association

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