Mittwoch, 12. Dezember 2007

Are Americans Really 'Better Than That?'

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/12/12/5794/



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From Oil Wars to Water Wars

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/12/12/5775/

Bottled Water Industry Is Detrimental to American Communities
//www.commondreams.org/news2007/1212-12.htm



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Waterboarding Our Democracy

Robert Scheer from Truthdig writes: "When the CIA destroyed those prisoner interrogation videotapes, was it also destroying the truth about 9/11? After all, according to the 9/11 Commission Report, the basic narrative of what happened on that day-and the definition of the enemy in this war on terror that George W. Bush launched in response to the tragedy-comes from the CIA's account of what those prisoners told their torturers. The commission was never allowed to interview the prisoners, or speak with those who did, and was instead forced to rely on what the CIA was willing to relay."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207H.shtml



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Russia Begins Arms Treaty Freeze

Jonathan Marcus, reporting for BBC News, writes, "Russia has gone ahead with plans to suspend its participation in one of the key arms control agreements dating from the Cold War."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207F.shtml

Will Iraq's Great Awakening Lead to a Nightmare?

Retired Army Colonel, Douglas Macgregor, writes from Mother Jones: "American casualties in Iraq have declined dramatically over the last 90 days to levels not seen since 2006, and the White House has attributed the decline to the surge of 35-40,000 U.S. combat troops. But a closer look suggests a different explanation."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207E.shtml

New Jersey State Senate Votes to Repeal Death Penalty

From The Independent UK, David Usborne reports, "Opponents of the death penalty in the United States were celebrating a crucial vote in New Jersey yesterday that clears the way for it to become the first state in four decades formally to repeal capital punishment - a reform that could help turn the tide of public opinion across the country."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207D.shtml



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Managerschelte kommt in Mode

Die Kritik an den Managergehältern ist eine Reaktion auf die gefühlte soziale Ungerechtigkeit in großen Teilen der Bevölkerung.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/26/26829/1.html



Managergehälter reloaded

In 20 Jahren ist das Verhältnis der Bezüge der Vorstände von Dax30-Unternehmen zu den Mitarbeiterlöhnen vom 14-Fachen auf das 44-Fache gestiegen - bei der Deutschen Post auf das 87-Fache und bei Metro gar auf das 140-Fache.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/26/26830/1.html

Grönlands Gletscherschwund hat sich 2007 beschleunigt

Das Eis schmilzt
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Next-up news n°410

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US intel chief faces grilling amid torture claims

//www.michaelmoore.com/words/latestnews/index.php?id=10554


Informant: John Calvert



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Boeing Installs High-Energy Laser On Laser Gunship Aircraft

RAY GUNS
//www.spacewar.com/reports/Boeing_Installs_High_Energy_Laser_On_Laser_Gunship_Aircraft_999.html


Informant: Kev Hall

McCain has lost touch with reality



//www.youtube.com/watch?v=06hR2EGpl4o


Informant: shane_digital



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Evidence From Waterboarding Could Be Used in Military Trials

Josh White reports for The Washington Post, "The top legal adviser for the military trials of Guantanamo Bay detainees told Congress yesterday that he cannot rule out the use of evidence derived from the CIA's aggressive interrogation techniques, including waterboarding, a tactic that simulates drowning."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207N.shtml



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Democrats Call Republicans "Grand Obstructionist Party"

David M. Herszenhorn reports for The New York Times, "With the president warning repeatedly that he will veto any budget package he dislikes and the Democrats short of the 60 votes they need in the Senate, the Republican minority is in an unusually strong bargaining position - and not just in the budget negotiations that are the top priority in Congress these days."

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CIA Destroyed Tapes Despite Court Orders

The Associated Press reports, "The Bush administration was under court order not to discard evidence of detainee torture and abuse months before the CIA destroyed videotapes that revealed some of its harshest interrogation tactics."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207L.shtml



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Democrats Put Blank Checks Back on Table

Truthout's Maya Schenwar reports: "In the next two weeks, Democratic leadership in Congress will likely push for a huge, multi-department 'omnibus' spending bill which may include funding for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. None of the omnibus proposals raised so far have included deadlines for troop withdrawal, igniting strong opposition from progressives in the House."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/121207J.shtml



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Unkonventionelle Ansätze zur Energiegewinnung und Aktivierung biologischer Prozesse

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Professor für Europarecht: EU-Reformvertrag ohne Volksabstimmung ist nichtig

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13. Dezember 2007

LINKE sagt JA zur Europäischen Union, aber NEIN zum Reformvertrag

Zur heutigen Unterzeichnung des EU-Reformvertrages durch die Staats- und Regierungschefs erklärt Lothar Bisky, Vorsitzender der Partei DIE LINKE und Vorsitzender der Partei der Europäischen Linken:

Heute unterzeichnen in Lissabon die Staats- und Regierungschefs der EU-Mitgliedstaaten den Reformvertrag. Sollte er von allen Ländern ratifiziert werden, tritt er in Kraft und wird als Vertrag von Lissabon in die Annalen der Europäischen Union eingehen. Wir sagen NEIN zum Reformvertrag, denn es ist der Reformvertrag der Staats- und Regierungschefs. Um die EU zu stabilisieren, bedarf es mehr als Kosmetik. Die LINKE will kein Europa der Regierenden. Wir wollen ein Europa, in dem Bürgerinnen und Bürger selbstbestimmt leben können. Der neue Vertrag ist nicht geeignet, die Krise der EU zu lösen. Denn die eigentliche Krise der EU und damit der europäischen Integration besteht darin, dass die gegenwärtige und – mit diesem Vertrag – auch die zukünftige Grundausrichtung der EU-Politik weder den Interessen der Bürgerinnen und Bürger noch den Herausforderungen der Globalisierung entspricht. Eine reale Zukunftsfähigkeit für die Europäische Union wird nicht begründet – die markantesten Defizite bisheriger Europapolitik bleiben bestehen. So sollen mit dem Vertrag die Mitgliedstaaten auf den schrittweisen Ausbau ihrer militärischen Kapazitäten verpflichtet werden. Das heißt im Klartext: Aufrüstung! Jeder weiß, das kostet viel Geld, sehr viel Geld. Und Geld, das für Rüstung ausgegeben wird, steht weder für Bildung noch für soziale oder ökologische Zwecke zur Verfügung. Und es fehlt auch zur zivilen Konfliktbewältigung. Die Militarisierung der EU erhält mit diesem Vertrag ihre rechtlichen Grundlagen. Sie ist folglich nicht nur gegen das friedliche Europa, sondern auch gegen das soziale und demokratische Europa gerichtet und steht damit im krassen Gegensatz zu den Interessen der Unionsbürgerinnen und Unionsbürger, die ein friedliches, soziales und demokratisches Europa wollen. Ein friedliches, soziales und demokratisches Europa ist auch Ziel der Politik meiner Partei und der Partei der Europäischen Linken. Wir sagen JA zur europäischen Integration und zur Europäischen Union. Aber wir sagen NEIN zur Militarisierung der EU, zu ihrer neoliberalen Grundausrichtung und zur Aushöhlung der demokratischen Rechte. Wir wollen eine Europäische Union, die eine Politik im Interesse ihrer Bürgerinnen und Bürger macht. Das aber ist nur möglich, wenn die Bürgerinnen und Bürger die EU und Europa selbst gestalten und über die Entwicklungsrichtung entscheiden. Deshalb fordert DIE LINKE, dass grundlegende Entscheidungen in der Europapolitik durch die Bürgerinnen und Bürger zu legitimieren sind. Wie Sie wissen ist aber - mit Ausnahme Irlands - in keinem weiteren EU-Mitgliedstaat ein Referendum vorgesehen. Das ist ein unhaltbarer Zustand! Deshalb hat die Partei der Europäischen Linken eine Unterschriftenkampagne beschlossen, mit der in allen EU-Mitgliedsländern Unterschriften für Referenden zum EU-Reformvertrag gesammelt werden. Insgesamt sind mindestens 1 Million Unterschriften von Unionsbürgerinnen und Unionsbürgern für eine Bürgerinitiative notwendig. Unter dem Motto "Europa mitbestimmen! Referendum jetzt!" hat DIE LINKE heute mit ihrer Unterschriftensammlung für die Durchführung einer Volksabstimmung in Deutschland begonnen.

//www.die-linke.de/presse/presseerklaerungen/detail/artikel/linke-sagt-ja-zur-europaeischen-union-aber-nein-zum-reformvertrag/



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RON PAUL: THE REVOLUTION BEGINS



//www.youtube.com/watch?v=URAmKHGAVfk


Informant: shane_digital



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Clinton and Giuliani would grab even more power than Bush

Cato Institute
by David Boaz

12/11/07

The latest news from presidential front-runners Hillary Clinton and Rudolph Giuliani illustrates their very different views of power and the presidency. Clinton, always eager to wield power on behalf of her vision of the public good, has just endorsed new government mandates on health care and energy along with a $50 billion spending program for global AIDS. Meanwhile, revelations about Giuliani’s secretive use of New York City police and his refusal to allow the city comptroller to audit his security spending reflect his lifelong affinity for using and abusing power...

//www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=8837


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Iran’s phantom nukes

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Sheldon Richman

12/10/07

The latest assessment of Iran’s nuclear ambitions is a stunning development. Two years ago the Bush administration touted intelligence alleged to show that Iran was developing such weapons. Only several weeks ago Bush warned that if Iran were not stopped, World War III would follow. This week he said he did not know about the new National Intelligence Estimate when he made that chilling statement, although the estimate had already been written. Administration spokesmen say Bush was aware there was new information about Iran’s activity but didn’t ask for details. Whether that is true or false, it is typical of this government...

//www.fff.org/comment/com0712b.asp



The boy who cried WMD

In These Times
by Sanhita SinhaRoy

12/11/07

There goes the Axis of Evil. On Dec. 3, news broke that 16 U.S. intelligence agencies had concluded that Iran had halted its nuclear arms efforts in 2003. You would think the report — known as the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) — would give Bush pause in his push for another war. You’d be wrong. At a Dec. 4 White House press conference, Bush said, ‘Iran is dangerous, and the NIE doesn’t do anything to change my opinion about the danger Iran poses to the world. Quite the contrary.’ For years the Bush administration and its neoconservative buddies have been ratcheting the rhetoric against Iran...

//www.inthesetimes.com/article/3444/the_boy_who_cried_wmd/



The GOP’s Iran option is off the table

Salon
by Juan Cole

12/11/07

For Republicans, the beauty of Iran as a campaign issue was that it involved a regime whose minions had regularly chanted ‘death to America’ for decades, a regime that is actively hostile to the U.S. ally Israel, that had at least at some point been involved in international terrorism, and that — above all — was suspected of aggressively pursuing a nuclear weapons program. Americans had despised the Shiite clerical regime ever since Khomeini’s regime took U.S. embassy personnel hostage, and ayatollahs with nukes was a national nightmare. Indeed, the ongoing threat of a nuclear-armed Iran had the potential for bolstering those Americans motivated by issues of national security, thereby rescuing the politically sinking Republicans. Americans are not now going to fall in love with Iran, and suspicions may linger about Tehran’s civilian nuclear energy research program. But voters are unlikely to take very seriously the idea that a poor, weak country of 70 million — one lacking much of an air force and with no weapons of mass destruction — is the most important problem that the United States faces. And if Iran is not the most important problem, then surely healthcare, the economy and getting out of Iraq are...

//www.salon.com/opinion/feature/2007/12/11/iran_08/


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Did you know this about Kucinich?

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Labor Department Accused of Union Sabotage

The Washington Post's Elizabeth Williamson writes: "Political operatives in the Department of Labor are using federal reporting requirements to undermine trade unions and conduct a 'political misinformation campaign' against them, a report released yesterday charges."

//www.truthout.org/issues_06/121107LA.shtml



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Tower dressed as tree receives planners' OK

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Saving and Restoring Forests Saves Far More Carbon Emissions than Biofuels

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Restoring Life On A Dying Planet
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Plant trees, lots of them, you can never plant enough!
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Ominous Arctic melt worries experts

//news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071211/ap_on_sc/arctic_melt

Arctic Update: Resilient Bears, Shrinking Ice
//dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/12/12/arctic-update-resilient-bears-vanishing-ice/


Informant: Teresa Binstock



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Waves of concern over radio mast health risks addressed

//www.fifetoday.co.uk/news/Waves-of-concern-over-radio.3566576.jp


Surely the object of such an investigation was to report to the people!

Sylvia

Morgan Stanley issues full US recession alert

Morgan Stanley has issued a full recession alert for the US economy, warning of a sharp slowdown in business investment and a "perfect storm" for consumers as the housing slump spreads.

//snipurl.com/1v4qu



The coming recession: Not an accident

The downward slide triggered by belated recognition of the subprime mortgage fiasco has a long way to go - and it's going. Recession is certain, and, despite the entire chorus of economists, bankers and government officials to the contrary, a depression such as that of the 1930s is possible.

//www.jamesclayfuller.com/2007/12/recession-not-accident.html



Washington Mutual to close 190 offices

The nation's largest savings and loan, said Monday that problems in the mortgage and credit markets are forcing it to close offices, lay off more than 3,000 workers and set aside up to $1.6 billion for loan losses in its fourth quarter.

//www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/12/11/BUB6TRQ84.DTL&tsp=1



UBS to write down $10 bn in subprime assets

Swiss bank UBS, which has been severely battered by the US subprime mortgage crisis, has announced a fresh writedown of USD 10 billion. Reversing its earlier guidance, UBS said it is expecting a loss in the fourth quarter, and may even show a loss for 2007 as a whole.

//snipurl.com/1v4qz


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The case against torture

A group of 49 retired admirals and generals who want to meet with all the presidential candidates to discuss why they believe the United States cannot engage in torture.

//www.post-gazette.com/pg/07344/840476-84.stm


From Information Clearing House



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Chaplain describes 'horror' of Guantanamo Bay

A Muslim chaplain who visited Omar Deghayes in Guantanamo Bay has spoken of his horror at the conditions there.

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How I Fought to Survive Guantánamo

By Patrick Barkham

For nearly six years, British resident Omar Deghayes was imprisoned in Guantánamo and subjected to such brutal torture that he lost the sight in one eye. But far from being broken, he fought back to retain his dignity and his sanity.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24468.htm


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The defiance of Omar Deghayes

LewRockwell.Com

by William Norman Grigg

02/03/10

Prior to being scooped up by Pakistani bounty hunters and sold to the U.S. government, Deghayes had been a peaceful, unassuming man, an entrepreneur who was devoted to his religion and studying to become a lawyer. He had done nothing to merit his imprisonment, let alone the constant, dehumanizing mistreatment he suffered from the moment he was stuffed, hooded and shackled, into a military transport plane bound for the former Soviet air base in Bagram, Afghanistan, where he was imprisoned before being sent to Gitmo. The partial blinding he suffered — he never regained the vision in his right eye — was retaliation for his persistent defiance. When guards would assault him, Deghayes would fight back — as hard as he could, however he could, for as long as he could...

//www.lewrockwell.com/grigg/grigg-w128.html


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Christians in Basra told not to celebrate

The Christian archbishop of Basra on Tuesday canceled the celebration of Christmas in that southern city to protest the deaths of a brother and sister, both Christians, as bombings and mayhem struck at cities throughout Iraq.

//www.newsobserver.com/2178/story/824599.html


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Soldier says Army sergeant shot unarmed Iraqi

A Fort Hood military tribunal heard testimony today that an Army sergeant kicked and shot an Iraqi insurgent as he lay bleeding from nearly two dozen gunshot wounds.

//www.kxan.com/Global/story.asp?S=7483453&nav=menu73_2_12



Take No Prisoners

U.S. Marines execute an Iraqi to the cheers of fellow marines.
//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article5365.htm


From Information Clearing House

Tired of Promises: Vicenza, Italy, Demands Action Against New U.S. Military Base

By Stephanie Westbrook

They left Vicenza just after midnight and drove through the night to arrive in Rome on Sunday morning; six buses carrying the women and men of the Presidio Permanente No Dal Molin, the movement against the new U.S. military base in this northern Italian city.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18867.htm



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The Terror Within

By Angie Riedel

There is more terror here at home than there is anywhere else in the industrial so-called civilized world.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18869.htm



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Dershowitz on Waterboarding

A blatant expansion of state power

By Mike Whitney

An article by Dershowitz appeared on op-ed page of the Wall Street Journal on Novemeber 7, 2007, titled "Democrats and Waterboarding". In that article Dershowitz makes a spirited defense of waterboarding, going so far as to say that (he believes) the Democrats "will lose the presidential race if it defines itself as soft on terror."

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18863.htm



Another proud moment in US history: Waterboarding OK'ed at the top

The CIA's waterboarding of a top al-Qaida figure was approved at the top levels of the U.S. government, a former CIA agent said Tuesday as agency director Gen. Michael Hayden prepared for questioning by congressional panels about the destruction of videotapes of terror suspect interrogations.

//news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071211/ap_on_go_co/cia_videotapes


From Information Clearing House



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Will Liberty Succumb to Federalist Society Ideology?

By Paul Craig Roberts

The US Supreme Court has taken up the issue whether the executive branch can detain people indefinitely merely by declaring them to be suspected terrorists or illegal enemy combatants.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article18862.htm



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URGENT ALERT: Climate-Wrecking at Bali

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Stop UN support for the occupation of Iraq

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How Free Are We Really?

by Selwyn Duke

So how free are we really? The most relevant answer is that we're not as free as we were 20 years ago, not nearly as free as we were 50 years ago, and we'll be even less free 20 years hence. That is, unless we free ourselves from our legislate-society-to-perfection mentality.....

//www.newswithviews.com/Duke/selwyn76.htm



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Pentagon moving to operationalize AFRICOM air capacity

//www.ufppc.org/content/view/6908/


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From ufpj-news



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VICE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE IS NOT AN AGENCY, ISOO TOLD

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From ufpj-news



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How we were almost lied into war, again

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On the Torturable and the Untorturable

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The Mirage of the Mortgage Fix

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