Freitag, 29. Februar 2008

Autonomous Killer Robots In The Field

Co-sponsor the bill of Barbara Boxer to grant California's greenhouse gas emissions waiver

Outspoken Scientist Dismissed From Panel on Chemical Safety

Marla Cone, writing for The Los Angeles Times, reports, "Under pressure from the chemical industry, the Environmental Protection Agency has dismissed an outspoken scientist who chaired a federal panel responsible for helping the agency determine the dangers of a flame retardant widely used in electronic equipment."

The Silent Coup: How a Nation Ruled by Law, Becomes a Nation Ruled by Men

Liza Persson writes for OpEd News: "There is a battle far from getting the attention it deserves considering the stakes - the rule and governing of the USA. You would only notice with great difficulty and after spending a lot of time viewing hearing in various congressional committees, picking up a piece here and another there, and painstakingly putting them into a historical context in a far from obvious manner."

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Kriegskosten: 6 000 000 000 000 Dollar

ACLU Refutes President's Claims on FISA, Telecom Immunity

Congress Must Stand Up to Bush Fear-Mongering over FISA

Declassified Studies from Cheney Pentagon Show Push for U.S. Military Predominance and a Strategy to "Prevent the Reemergence of a New Rival"

First, Step Up

Abu Ghraib Prison Turned Soldiers Evil by Design: Researcher

Veterans Break Silence on US War Crimes


Winter Soldiers to Testify Against War

Reporting for Truthout, Maya Schenwar writes, "Thirty-seven years ago, in the midst of a bitter-cold Michigan winter, 109 Vietnam veterans gathered at a Howard Johnson Motel auditorium in Detroit to tell their stories. For three days, they told of ransacking undefended villages, attacking civilians, mutilating bodies, torturing Viet Cong suspects, burning houses, destroying Vietnamese property and livestock and killing innocent children."

USA: Gefängnisland Nr. 1

Jeder hundertste erwachsene Amerikaner sitzt jetzt hinter Gittern, am meisten Strafgefangene gibt es im Bible Belt.

Willkür der deutschen Betreuungsmaschinerie

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Recipes for Disaster in Iraq

Tom Engelhardt and Frida Berrigan write for "In other words, in honor of the soon-to-arrive fifth anniversary of his war without end, the President has offered a formula for economic success in bad times that might be summed up this way: less houses, more bases, more weaponry, more war. This, of course, comes from the man who, between 2001 and today, presided over an official Pentagon budget that leapt by more than 60% from $316 billion to $507 billion, and by more than 30% since Iraq was invaded. Looked at another way, between 2001 and the latest emergency supplemental request to pay for his wars (first in Afghanistan and then in Iraq), supplemental funding for war-fighting has jumped from $17 billion to $189 billion, an increase of 1,011%. At the same time, almost miraculously, the US armed forces have been driven to the edge of the military equivalent of default."

Senate Republicans Block Mortgage Relief Bill

Edmund L. Andrews reports for The New York Times: "Just a month after President Bush and Democratic leaders hailed their bipartisan agreement on an economic stimulus plan, the two sides went to war on Thursday over how to prevent widening damage from the housing crisis. Senate Republicans, lining up with President Bush, blocked a Democratic bill that would provide more money for homeowner counseling programs and let bankruptcy judges reduce the terms of a mortgage for people about to lose their houses through foreclosure."

US Embrace of Musharraf Irks Pakistanis

David Rohde, of The New York Times, reports, "The Bush administration’s continued backing of President Pervez Musharraf, despite the overwhelming rejection of his party by voters this month, is fueling a new level of frustration in Pakistan with the United States."

The evil that parties do

The Price of Liberty
by Ted Lang


I am not one of those disciples of the state, nor that student of politics, that offers that the United States Constitution is ‘the greatest document ever written.’ My choice would be instead, the Declaration of Independence. It was the Declaration that cleverly transferred the power of Divine Right from a nation’s monarch to each and every single, solitary citizen of a nation. It was that document that established and reaffirmed John Locke’s ‘life, liberty and property’ as the human means by which we can all enjoy the Creator’s gifts. It was the Declaration that established government as an artificial entity, one whose only purpose was to guarantee individual human freedom, and that when government fails in this regard, citizens had a right to abolish it and to create a better one to replace it...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

A commission that should cause concern

Independent Institute
by Donald A. Downs


Washington commissions typically elicit little more than a yawn. Their numerous unread reports gather dust on shelves all over the city, from Foggy Bottom to Capitol Hill. So why should we be concerned about legislation, approved by the U.S. House of Representatives in October and now pending in the Senate, to establish a bipartisan ‘National Commission on the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism?’ Don’t we want to prevent these things? Yes, we do. But we also want to prevent the government from engaging in ideological witch hunts or violating civil liberties, simply on the basis of what people believe...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

A lesson in value theory for Clinton

The Free Liberal
by Micah Tillman


During the Ohio debate, Hillary Clinton used the word “value” three times. And each time she did so incorrectly. She’s not alone, however. The mistakes she makes in value theory have become commonplace in America. But without a proper understanding of value, ethics and politics become warped. It’s time, therefore, that I gave Senator Clinton a lesson in value theory...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

In der Schweiz verboten, in Deutschland erlaubt? Gen-Weizen stoppen!

Umweltinstitut München e.V. – Newsletter vom 29. Februar 2008

Die Universität Rostock plant von 2008 bis 2010 einen Freilandversuch mit genmanipuliertem Weizen in Sachsen-Anhalt und Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Nur 50 Meter entfernt von den Versuchsfeldern soll bereits wieder konventioneller Weizen angebaut werden. Und das, obwohl aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse zeigen, dass Weizen bis in eine Entfernung von 2,7 Kilometern auskreuzen kann. Eine gentechnische Kontamination der Nahrungskette ist damit vorprogrammiert. Die manipulierten Pflanzen, die von Schweizer Wissenschaftlern hergestellt wurden, enthalten zudem so genannte Antibiotika-Resistenzgene. Pikanterweise wäre der geplante Versuch in der Schweiz daher nicht mehr genehmigungsfähig. Aus Sicherheitsgründen ist der Einsatz solcher Gene dort ab 2009 verboten. In der Schweiz verboten – in Deutschland erlaubt? Helfen Sie uns dabei, den Versuch zu verhindern. Schicken Sie eine Protest-Mail an Landwirtschaftsminister Seehofer, und wenden Sie bei der Genehmigungsbehörde gegen das Experiment ein.

Weitere Informationen, eine vorformulierte E-Mail und eine Mustereinwendung zum Ausdrucken finden Sie auf unserer Aktionsseite:

Auch unseren Protest gegen einen geplanten Freisetzungsversuch mit genmanipulierten Zuckerrüben durch den Saatgutkonzern KWS können Sie noch unterstützen:

Unsere Pressemitteilungen zu den geplanten Gen-Weizen-Experimenten:

„Gen-Weizen noch riskanter als befürchtet“ (29. Februar)

„Verbotener Gen-Weizen für Ostdeutschland“ (11. Februar)

Harald Nestler
Umweltinstitut München e.V.
Landwehrstr. 64 a
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Im Krankenhaus noch ärmer

Sie drehen es immer so, wie es ihnen gerade passt: Das Arbeitslosengeld II ist eine Pauschale. Besonderheiten des Einzelfalls werden nicht berücksichtigt. Dafür bietet eine Pauschale aber den Leistungsbeziehern die "Freiheit", selbst zu entscheiden, wie sie ihr weniges Geld ausgeben.

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The foreign policy follies

by Justin Raimondo


Ignore the past, and plunge into the future. Irrespective of one’s position on the war — or the presidential race — one has to ask: is this really how a self-proclaimed ‘conservative’ formulates policy? Conservatism, as I’ve been led to understand it, is all about empiricism: a methodology that upholds the superiority of the tried-and-true, and validates a reverence for tradition. However, when the traditionalists — or their leaders — declare, in effect, that history is bunk, we have truly entered Bizarro World. Conservatives are really lost in the wilderness these days, and the death of William F. Buckley, Jr., has proved to be the occasion for a lot of commentary on conservatism, past and future...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Pelosi wants Bush aides investigated

San Francisco Chronicle


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked the Justice Department on Thursday to open a grand jury investigation into whether President Bush’s chief of staff and former counsel should be prosecuted for contempt of Congress. Pelosi, D-Calif., demanded that the department pursue misdemeanor charges against former White House counsel Harriet Miers for refusing to testify to Congress about the firings of federal prosecutors in 2006 and against chief of staff Josh Bolten for failing to turn over White House documents related to the dismissals. She gave Attorney General Michael Mukasey one week to respond and said refusal to take the matter to a grand jury will result in the House’s filing a civil lawsuit against the Bush administration...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Alaska Town Sues 24 Energy Firms on Climate Change

Timothy Gardner reports for Reuters: "An Alaskan village north of the Arctic Circle has filed suit in a US District Court against 24 energy companies, in an attempt to link erosion damage from global warming to the defendants' actions."

Economy Skids to Near Halt

The economy skidded to a near halt in the final quarter of last year, clobbered by dual slumps in housing and credit that caused people and businesses to spend and invest more sparingly.

U.S. home sales hit 13 year low

Sales of new U.S. single-family homes slumped to a 13-year low in January and demand for long-lasting goods declined more than expected, government data showed on Wednesday, fueling fears of a recession.

From Information Clearing House

US close to Czech missile deal

George Bush, the US president and Mirek Topolanek, the Czech prime minister, have said they are close to agreeing a deal for the Czech Republic to host part of the planned US missile shield.

From Information Clearing House

Dems Yank Troop Withdrawal Bill From Senate Floor

Little new was said in the past two days, but thanks to Republican procedural maneuvers, the Senate was forced to debate a doomed Iraq troop withdrawal bill proposed by Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.). Republicans boasted that they wanted to have a debate to highlight recent successes in Iraq.

More troops for Iraq and Afghanistan, Defense Department says

The Defense Department says it needs more troops to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. But an Army general warns that troops already in the fight are under too much strain.

From Information Clearing House

John Bolton: McCain Could Be Better Than Bush On Iran

Former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton, one of the Bush administration's most outspoken and hawkish former diplomats on the issue of nuclear nonproliferation, predicted John McCain could be an improvement over George W. Bush on the nuclear threat from Iran should he become president.

Bolton Endorses McCain

Shoring up his support among hawks, the John McCain campaign has announced that John Bolton, President Bush's former ambassador to the UN, has endorsed him for president.

Bolton As McCain's Secretary Of State?

The idea was brewing beneath the veneer of Bolton's address to the Conservative Political Action Conference.

From Information Clearing House


McCain Gets Into Bed with the Religious Right

Oil wars Pentagon's policy since 1999

A top-level United States policy document has emerged that explicitly confirms the Defence Department's readiness to fight an oil war.

From Information Clearing House

Despite Cheney effort, Iraqi council rejects bill

Iraq's presidential council rejected a plan for new provincial elections and sent the bill back to parliament for reworking yesterday, a major setback to U.S.-backed efforts to promote "national reconciliation". The ruling came despite a reported last-minute telephone call by Vice President Dick Cheney to the main holdout on the three-member panel.

From Information Clearing House

Terrorized by 'War on Terror'

How a Three-Word Mantra Has Undermined America

By Zbigniew Brzezinski

The "war on terror" has created a culture of fear in America. The Bush administration's elevation of these three words into a national mantra since the horrific events of 9/11 has had a pernicious impact on American democracy, on America's psyche and on U.S. standing in the world.

Granting Immunity Rewards Lawlessness

By Andrew P. Napolitano

There was and is no U.S. law, and there is nothing in the Constitution, that authorizes warrantless wiretaps on Americans in the United States, no matter with whom they speak or e-mail. In fact, both the law and the Constitution prohibit such surveillance without a search warrant.

You Think You Are Free?

By Linda S. Heard

Western so-called democracies, in particular, are supposed to have governments that are servants of the people, whereas, in fact, the opposite is true. Under the guise of doing what's best for us or ensuring our security, governments are exercising more and more control over our lives.

Against Going to War With Iraq

Barack Obama - October 2002 Speech

You want a fight, President Bush? Let's fight to wean ourselves off Middle East oil, through an energy policy that doesn't simply serve the interests of Exxon and Mobil. Those are the battles that we need to fight. Those are the battles that we willingly join. The battles against ignorance and intolerance. Corruption and greed. Poverty and despair.

Clinton-Obama Plans Would Keep US Mercenaries, Troops in Iraq for Years to Come

Despite Antiwar Rhetoric, Clinton-Obama Plans Would Keep US Mercenaries, Troops in Iraq for Years to Come

Jeremy Scahill reports Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will not “rule out” using private military companies like Blackwater Worldwide in Iraq. Obama also has no plans to sign on to legislation that seeks to ban the use of these forces in US war zones by January 2009. Despite their antiwar rhetoric, both Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton have adopted the congressional Democratic position that would leave open the option of keeping tens of thousands of US troops in Iraq for many years.

Informant: John Calvert

Home of the free: Who's Next? Maybe you...

9/11 Truth: What's Being Covered Up?

Informant: John Calvert

Clintons to face fraud trial

Informant: Rose King

USDA: Shame on you for using our kids

by Joyce Morrison

In an urgent move to push the Federal USDA National Animal Identification System (NAIS) on Illinois producers, children are forced to have a Premise Identification number of the property where their animal is kept or they cannot compete. The Illinois Department of Agriculture has placed a mandate on Illinois 4-H exhibitors….but is it legal? The NAIS is a national program being promoted in every state. It is supposed to be a voluntary federal program. When fully implemented, it will require a premise registration number even if you only have one horse, cow, pig, chicken, sheep, goat, deer, elk.......

Cell tower built without public consultation

Neighbouring resident Linda Daniel-Smith said she's disappointed the tower construction began without public consultation. She caught an up-close look of workers installing the structure last week through her bedroom window.

Ms. Daniel-Smith said the tower creates an unsightly view from her backyard and could negatively impact property values.


Warum internationale Handelsketten nicht willkommen sind

In einem Land, wo die "Terroristen" (Naxalbaris) massenhaft Zulauf finden bei direkten Aktionen gegen die Nahrungsmittelverteilstellen in den jeweiligen Bundesstaaten (wo es - eigentlich - unterschiedliche Preise je nach Einkommen der Bezieher geben sollte), kann es nicht verwundern, dass die verschiedenen Anläufe der Walmart und Carrefour, Metro und anderen Segnungen der Marktwirtschaft, endlich auf diesem riesigen Markt Fuß zu fassen, bisher an recht breiter Ablehnung gescheitert sind. Aber natürlich gibt es auch in Indien genügend Menschen, die es ganz toll finden, für irgendwelche Unternehmen Reklame zu laufen - und dafür noch teuer bezahlen zu müssen. Massenhafte Farmerselbstmorde auf der einen Seite, die stetig wachsende Anzahl von Patenten, die sich Unternehmen von ihren jeweiligen Behörden geben lassen auf der anderen Seite, sind der Hintergrund zu einer heftigen gesellschaftlichen Konfrontation, innerhalb derer sich immer mehr Bauern, Fischer und "Waldmenschen" zu kooperativen Zusammenschlüssen finden, die beispielsweise ohne Künstdünger arbeiten. 12 Millionen "Einzelhandelseinrichtungen" gibt es in Indien, 40 Millionen Menschen sind dort beschäftigt - die Millionen StraßenhändlerInnen nicht gerechnet - die oft genug, in kleineren Städten vor allem, Bäuerinnen sind, die Direktverkauf praktizieren. Dennoch beschäftigt der Zwischenhandel, die örtlichen "Agents" Zehntausende. Prekär und schlecht genug also der Istzustand. Für die breiten Massen der "nicht konsumfähigen" Menschen ist mit dem Einzug der transnationalen Handelskonzerne keine Besserung in Sicht, im Gegenteil. Einige Aspekte dieser vielschichtigen Auseinandersetzungen bieten die folgenden Beiträge:

Zum Einzelhandel bzw ausländischen Investitionen (FDI):

"FDI in India's Retail Trade: Some Additional Issues" von Dipankar Dey in der Ausgabe Juli 2007 von "Aspects of India´s economy":

"Big box retail will boost poverty" von Devinder Sharma vom 17. Februar
2007 bei "India Together":

Zum "Nahrungsaufruhr":

"Public distribution of anger" von Rajat Roy in der Ausgabe November
2007 von "hardnews":

"Rioters against ration dealers" von Shoma Chatterji vom 25. Oktober
2007 bei "India Together":

Zur Entwicklung der Landwirtschaft in Indien:

"CONTRACT FARMING - Corporate agriculture: transplanting failure" von Sudhirendar Sharma vom 3. Mai 2006 ebenfalls bei "India Together":

"Indien 2006: 1400 Selbstmorde in nur einer Region" von P. Sainath vom
25. Februar 2007 im deutschen ZNet:

Zu Widerständen:

"India forms land reform council in response to 'rally of the landless'" redaktioneller Beitrag vom 30. Oktober 2007 bei "The Hindu" gespiegelt bei "Infochange India":

"The Trojan Horse of Neo-liberal Capital in Kerala" im Blog Kafila am
1. Dezember 2007:

"Chengara, Kerala - land grab, Adivasis, and peasant struggle - A citizens' report" vom "Solidarity Team" vom 4. Dezember 2007 bei "Sanhati".

"Warum sollten die allerersten menschlichen Bedürfnisse - die Nahrung und die Wohnung - eine Ware bleiben?"

Carina Aparecida Andrade de Freitas hat inzwischen viele Erfahrungen im Anbau von Gemüse - im eigenen Garten. Die Studentin der Kommunikationswissenschaft an der Katholischen Universität von Belo Horizonte lebt in einem von den Volksbrigaden besetzten größeren Haus am Stadtrand des 4 Millionen Konglomerats. Und, wie viele der in der städtischen Obdachlosenbewegung aktiven Menschen in Brasilien, haben auch sie und ihre Gruppierung enge Beziehungen zur Bewegung der Landlosen. Und die politische Debatte, die diese über die MST national wie weltweit vorantreiben, läuft unter dem Stichwort "Nahrungssouveränität", für das inzwischen die internationale Vereinigung Via Campesina als organisierte Vertretung steht. In dem Telefoninterview "Nahrung darf keine Ware sein" wollten wir von einer Basisaktivistin aus einer Stadt wissen, wie die Menschen dort die Probleme sehen - und zu lösen versuchen:

Ganz unmoderne Forderungen tauchen auf: Preiskontrollen

Nach Senegal und Mauretanien und noch während die Polizei und Armee in Kamerun auf Demonstranten schiessen, nun auch heftige Proteste in Burkina Faso. Speziell in den westafrikanischen Ländern treibt die massive Teuerung (in BF bis zu 65%) bei Grundnahrungsmitteln wie vor allem Speiseöl und Zucker die Menschen zum Protest - und die Regierungen reagieren neben Terror mit Zugeständnissen, etwa indem die Besteuerung solcher Waren vermindert oder gar ausgesetzt wird. Die massenhaften Protestbewegungen, sehr oft getragen von ganz jungen Menschen, oft gar aus den Schulen kommend, setzen sich nicht nur militant zur Wehr: sie vertreten auch Forderungen, die sich weder um politische Theoreme irgendwelcher Art kümmern, noch darum, ob sie mit der Marktwirtschaft kompatibel sind: Preiskontrollen zum Beispiel.

Ein kurzer aktueller Überblick (mit Links zu weiteren Berichten) bei der UN-Nachrichtenagentur IRIN: "Protests on price rises spread to the capital" vom 28. Februar 2008:

Etwas ausführlicher, mit einigem Hintergrund aus der Hauptstadt der Bericht "Ouagadougou entre casse et pillage" von Antoine Battiono vom 29. Februar 2008 in der Zeitung "Le Pays":

Aus: LabourNet, 29. Februar 2008

US Is World's Number 1: Record-high Ratio of Americans In Prison

A year in prison for the supposed crime of hugging a 13-year-old boy

Informant: Lew Rockwell


US Is World's Number 1: Record-high Ratio of Americans In Prison

By David Crary

For the first time in U.S. history, more than one of every 100 adults is in jail or prison, according to a new report documenting America's rank as the world's No. 1 incarcerator. It urges states to curtail corrections spending by placing fewer low-risk offenders behind bars.

America's Brutal Prison's

A UK CHANNEL 4 NEWS report on American prisons.

From Information Clearing House

Kucinich Fights Back

In this last week before the primary election in Ohio, Kucinich is putting out a TV ad that will absolutely knock your socks off, and you can see it on this page.

Kucinich Fight Back Video:

This is the Dennis we will always remember. This is the Dennis we love. This is the Dennis we must KEEP in the U.S. House of Representatives.

And Dennis needs your help right now, to put this spectacular new TV spot on the air in this district in heavy rotation, to demonstrate that he can fight back against the big corporate money trying to unseat him . . . and he will win.

There are only six days left, and your contribution right now can shine the light of truth on just what Dennis stands for, and blow away all obfuscation like it was so much the smoke that it is.

Some bandy about the word "change" as if all change were good. But we say, if it ain't broke don't fix it. And Dennis does not need to be fixed. He has consistently been the strongest voice in all of Congress for every progressive policy initiative. And that is why the corporate special interests are so desperate to knock him out.

That's not going to happen.

Just so long as we do everything we could have possibly done to stand with him and support him now, when he himself is so wrongfully under attack. Please send the link below to absolutely everyone who cares about saving our democracy.

Kucinich Fight Back Video:

And just you watch. As soon as the distraction of the mean-spiriting primary challenge is dispensed with, he'll be leading the charge once again on impeachment and everything else. After all he has already done, the man deserves a couple weeks off to take care of election business at home.

And to thank you for your valiant support, Dennis wants you to have as his gift to you a copy of his special Kucinich commemorative edition pocket constitution, with your donation of $100 or more. And if you are one of the few who have not be blindsided by Cheney's gut-the-economy agenda, Dennis Kucinich will personally autograph your copy with your donation of $1,000 or more.

Please note that even if you had already donated the full legal limit to his brave presidential run, which had a real impact in shifting the debate, you can donate another $2,300 for his congressional seat defense.

But even if you can't make a donation right now, there is still something incredibly important you can do to help, and that is to send links to the video to anyone you can. So ask all your friends to visit the page below too.

Kucinich Fight Back Video:

So please do what you can to spread the word that this is a must win, must-keep situation. It is only because of the courage of Dennis Kucinich in standing strong to protect and defend the Constitution that we are where we are now, with more and more members of Congress clamoring for meaningful impeachment hearings, and the House still holding the line against that craven telecom immunity thing.

Let us not be complacent. Let us not take anything for granted just because Dennis is so amazing on every issue. We have to make sure that we empower Dennis to remind his constituents what a magnificent job he has been doing for them and for us all. And nothing would push impeachment forward more than the most clearcut victory for Dennis in his primary.

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Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed to be ours, and forward this alert as widely as possible.


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