Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007

Bees dying vanishing


The decline of bees worldwide

The h.e.s.e. project has put together a comprehensive and excellent compilation about the 'Decline of bees, UK and worldwide'.

Is this decline due to the rise in microwave radiation worldwide?

I hope that you will take the time to read and pass on, this important information to others.


Studies are ongoing, including in Australia/NZ where the season for bees emerging is beginning.


Andy Davidson h.e.s.e.-UK

The war on Iran is on

Pakistan: America’s next battlefield?

Protest over bid for church phone mast

17 October 2007

A MASS protest is to be held outside a Muswell Hill church on Sunday after the minister and parish council decided to press ahead and apply for permission to put a mobile phone mast on the spire.

Campaigners claim that more than 800 signatures have been lodged against plans by Reverend Bruce Bridgewood to allow 3G to build a mast on St Peter-le-Poer church.


Die Insektenroboter kommen

Während die Arbeit an der Fabrikation von einsatzfähigen und fernsteuerbaren Cyborg-Insekten noch ziemlich am Anfang steht, beginnen die ersten Roboterdrohnen in Insektengröße schon zu fliegen.

Ask your Members of Congress: Will You Commit to the Constitution?

Man Tasered, Shot With Bean Bag Rounds For Filming Warrantless Police Search

Irak: breites Bündnis fordert Beendigung der US-Besatzung

The New York Times: On Bonuses and Leaving Iraq

The editors of The New York Times write: "There are new signs that an American military in distress is reshaping itself to cope with the destructive fallout of Iraq - and to look beyond it, even as President Bush insists on dispatching Americans to go on fighting and dying there. Young officers have been offered big cash bonuses to stay in an Army struggling to retain them. The Marines, meanwhile, are trying to move out of Iraq and into Afghanistan, a more popular mission where they could focus on America's real enemies - al Qaeda and its allies, the Taliban - instead of trying to police a civil war."

White House Threatens Veto of Wiretap Bill

Randall Mikkelsen reports for Reuters, "The White House threatened to veto wiretap legislation a day before Wednesday's planned vote in Congress, and said that restrictions on government authority would hamper its fight against terrorism."


Grimsby Evening Telegraph - Grimsby, England, UK

A giant mobile phone mast, one third the height of the Dock Tower, could spell the end of a nearby nursery. That was the message from Holton-le-Clay...

Phone mast row reaches Commons

Bolton News - Bolton, England, UK

The mast was put up by T-Mobile last month, despite being refused permission by Bolton Council's planning committee in April. That sparked an angry protest ...

Ask all presidential candidates to stop torture and abuse

Expansive NATO-Strategie: Putins Gegenschlag

A foreign policy of peace and freedom

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Scott McPherson


The Framers of the U.S. Constitution wisely advised a path of nonintervention in the affairs of other nations. As students of history, America’s first statesmen established peace and free trade as a wiser foreign policy course over militarism, alliance-making, and empire. John Quincy Adams, the sixth president, best summed up America’s original philosophy on foreign-policy: ‘America … goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy’...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

89 House members to Bush: No more $ for occupation

The Nation
by John Nichols


The occupation in Iraq will begin to end on the day that Democrats — and responsible Republicans — in Congress decide to stop meeting the demands of the Bush-Cheney administration for more money to fund their imperial endeavor along with the massive war-profiteering by administration-linked firms such as Halliburton and Blackwater. This is a simple reality. But it remains one that most members of Congress, including many Democrats who should know better, fail to recognize. The essential document in the current Iraq debate is a letter of commitment, now endorsed by 89 members of the House, that says the signers ‘will only support appropriating additional funds for U.S. military operations in Iraq during FY08 and beyond for the protection and safe redeployment of U.S. troops out of Iraq before the end of President Bush’s term in office’...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

UN: Private military recruiting booming



The use of private security guards like those involved in the shooting deaths of Iraqi civilians is part of a growing new form of mercenary activity — the recruitment of people around the globe to perform military jobs in other nations, a U.N. report says. Independent human rights experts who wrote the report, which was obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, say the reported killing of civilians in Iraq last month by guards recruited by the security firm Blackwater USA underscores the risks of using such contractors...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Reporter shield law breezes through House

San Francisco Chronicle


The House overwhelmingly approved a media shield bill Tuesday that would protect reporters from having to reveal their confidential sources in federal courts, despite warnings from the White House that it could lead to more leaks of classified information. The measure was passed on a broad bipartisan vote, 398-21, with 176 Republicans joining virtually all Democrats to support the bill. In an unusual alliance, senior Republican like House Minority Whip Roy Blunt, R-Mo, broke with the Bush administration to join the majority in passing a bill that supporters said would bolster the freedom of the press...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Next-up news n°340

Verkaufte Gesundheit - krankes System?

Note to Obama and Edwards: Step-Up on Iran

The Pro-War Undertow of the Blackwater Scandal

A Look At Cheney's Relentless Pursuit of Executive Power

Iraqi Adviser: Blackwater Guards Must Go

Greens Say: Jail Bush's Top Forest Official

Jeff Barnard, The Associated Press, reports, "A watchdog group has asked a federal judge in Montana to send the Bush administration's top forest official to jail for contempt of court, arguing that the US Forest Service has missed the deadline for a complete environmental analysis of dropping fire retardant on wildfires."

Drought-Stricken South Facing Tough Choices

Brenda Goodman of The New York Times writes, "For the first time in more than 100 years, much of the Southeast has reached the most severe category of drought, climatologists said Monday, creating an emergency so serious that some cities are just months away from running out of water."

Canada Not Listening to Leading Environmentalist

Jonathan Spicer, Reuters, reports, "David Suzuki, Canada's best-known environmentalist, has spent a generation encouraging Canadians to look after the environment, but it seems they have not been listening."

The Amazon Burns Once Again

Tom Phillips of The Guardian UK says, "Across the Amazon region, illegal loggers, cattle ranchers and a growing number of soy producers continue their advance into the world's largest tropical forest. In August, government satellites registered 16,592 fires across Brazil, the overwhelming majority in the Amazon."

Democrats: Bush Ties May Have Led to Iraq Oil Contract

Dave Michaels for The Dallas Morning News reports that "Democratic lawmakers moved Monday toward investigating Hunt Oil's exploration contract in Iraq, saying the company's ties to President Bush raised questions about whether it had insider information that helped it reach the deal."

Halliburton sold Iran key nuclear reactor

Informant: Bob Banner

Pentagon acted with little oversight in spying on Americans, documents show

The Department of Defense has conspired with the FBI to "circumvent the law" in accessing hundreds of Americans' telephone, e-mail and financial records, say two civil liberties groups that released reams of new documents obtained in a contested public records request.

From Information Clearing House

George Bush is Tapping Your Phone

Glenn Greenwald, former Constitutional lawyer, discusses the merger between the U.S. national government and the telecommunications industry, revelations from the trial of former Qwest chief, the "Protect America Act," the complicity of the Democrats and the media.

From Information Clearing House

America on the brink of destruction through imperial over-reach?

Chalmers Johnson parallels the military over-reach of the United States with the Roman Empire and warns that financial bankruptcy could herald the breakdown of constitutional government in America.

Clinton would use violence against Tehran

Hillary Clinton today moved to secure her position as the most hawkish Democrat in the 2008 presidential race, saying she would consider the use of force to compel Iran to abandon its nuclear programme.

From Information Clearing House

Giuliani, McCain: U.S. should prepare to use force against Iran

Republican presidential candidates Rudy Giuliani and Sen. John McCain said Tuesday they would be prepared as president to use military force against Iran to prevent it from getting nuclear weapons.

From Information Clearing House

The man who sold the war

"Curveball" author Bob Drogin talks about the Iraqi defector responsible for much of the CIA's bogus prewar intelligence about Iraqi WMD.

From Information Clearing House

Abizaid "Of course it's about oil, we can't really deny that"

Abizaid has previously argued that the U.S. would need "to keep a long-term military presence in Iraq" in order to protect "the free flow of goods and resources" such as oil, but his Stanford comments go much further in pinning oil as a prime motivator for the war.

From Information Clearing House

Iraqi Writer Butheina Al-Nasiri on American Killings in Iraq

From Information Clearing House

It's Time For The Banks To Face The Hangman

By Mike Whitney

Officials in the Treasury Dept----working with their colleagues at Citigroup, J.P. Morgan and Bank of America---have concocted a scheme to rescue the banks from their massive losses in mortgage-backed securities. The group is planning to set up a $100 billion emergency fund which will purchase non-performing assets for short term debt. In truth, the fund is a bailout which provides the financial giants with an excuse for not reporting their enormous losses from bad bets.

In The Kingdom of Fear

By Sheila Samples

For six long years, Bush has "water-boarded" all who oppose him -- especially those in Congress -- with a steady stream of 9-11. Each speech is laced with visions of 9-11 -- 9-11 horror just over the horizon, 9-11 around each corner, 9-11 behind each tree. "Fear Itself" is the only option on the Bush-Cheney table, and they have used it relentlessly, not only to wage genocidal war in order to gain control of the world's resources, but to seize dictatorial power and to control the quivering masses.

The Most Dreaded Enemy of Liberty

By James Madison

Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes; and armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few.

The Real Iraq We Knew

By 12 former Army captains

There is one way we might be able to succeed in Iraq. To continue an operation of this intensity and duration, we would have to abandon our volunteer military for compulsory service. Short of that, our best option is to leave Iraq immediately. A scaled withdrawal will not prevent a civil war, and it will spend more blood and treasure on a losing proposition.

Third World Election Fraud Right Here at Home

by Mary Starrett

While the United States purports to be the guardian of free and fair elections the world over, here at home our elections system is utterly corrupted. From casting to counting to reporting of election results, the fix is in and we’ve allowed it to happen........

Hillary! Uncensored: Banned By The Media

Informant: shane_digital

Army Tests Bio Weapons on U.S. Citizens

Informant: shane_digital

Jane Bryant: A Most Personal Statement

The End of America

Cheney's Law


'CHENEY'S LAW' (ENTIRE PROGRAM ONLINE) - For three decades Vice President Dick Cheney conducted a secretive, behind-closed-doors campaign to give the president virtually unlimited wartime power. Finally, in the aftermath of 9/11, the Justice Department and the White House made a number of controversial legal decisions. Orchestrated by Cheney and his lawyer David Addington, the department interpreted executive power in an expansive and extraordinary way, granting President George W. Bush the power to detain, interrogate, torture, wiretap and spy -- without congressional approval or judicial review.

Informant: NHNE


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