Freitag, 7. März 2008

Latin American Crisis "Made in the USA"

By Bill Van Auken

One would never guess that Washington had any role in the bloody events on the Colombian-Ecuadoran border. The Bush administration portrays itself-and is largely portrayed by a compliant media-as a selfless champion of democratic values and faithful ally of the people's of the southern hemisphere.

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A Break From the Past American-Style?

Le Nouvel Observateur's Jean-Marcel Bouguereau sees the American presidential elections offering a break from "George Bush's two calamitous terms," while Mario Roy, at Quebec's La Presse, predicts a return to "real" politics: demagoguery and obfuscation.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/030708G.shtml



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Officials Lean Toward Keeping Next Iraq Assessment Secret

Walter Pincus and Karen DeYoung, writing for The Washington Post, report: "A new National Intelligence Estimate on Iraq is scheduled to be completed this month, according to U.S. intelligence officials. But leaders of the intelligence community have not decided whether to make its key judgments public, a step that caused an uproar when key judgments in an NIE about Iran were released in November."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/030708F.shtml



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Fired US Attorney Says Colleague Told Him Politics Was Behind His Ouster

Marisa Taylor, reporting for McClatchy Newspapers, writes, "Longtime protege of President Bush told former U.S. Attorney David Iglesias that he was fired for political reasons and that he shouldn't fight his ouster, Iglesias says in a new book."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/030708B.shtml



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Extradition of Tortured Guantanamo Detainees Dropped

Paul Hamilos and Vikram Dodd, writing for The Guardian UK, report, "Spain yesterday dropped its attempt to extradite two British residents who had been freed from Guantanamo Bay, after accepting that torture they suffered during five years of American custody had left them too weak to stand trial." And, Jeffrey S. Kaye, Ph.D. writes in Invictus: "After two years of working to reform the position of the American Psychological Association, which supports psychologist participation in the interrogations of detainees at Guantanamo, CIA 'black site' prisons, and elsewhere, I realized that I had been pursuing a utopian objective. On January 27th, I penned my resignation to APA. The rationale for my choice is outlined in the resignation letter, which is reproduced here."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/030708A.shtml



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Découvrez, "le magnifique" site d’information grand public FORUM MOBIL

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Swim Against the Current: Ordinary Americans Can Make Change Happen

JIM HIGHTOWER

AlterNet — The fight for our country's future is still in our hands. Grassroots movements are breaking free from corporate control.

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Pull the Plug on the War

JOHN BRUHNS

The Huffington Post — The real truth about the war in Iraq is that it hasn't made us any safer at home and has only exacerbated the threat of terror attacks worldwide.

//ga3.org/ct/Np20pgF1jEsJ/


From TomPaine.com

Call For General Strike

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Dangerous drugs/dangerous environment

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Kirchen fordern mehr Akzeptanz für kranke Menschen

Die Kirchen verlangen mehr Akzeptanz für kranke Menschen in Deutschland. "Wir warnen vor einer verengten Perspektive, in der nur der Gesunde der allein gesellschaftlich akzeptierte Mensch ist", sagte der Vorsitzende der katholischen Bischofskonferenz, Robert Zollitsch, am 7. März in Berlin. Es dürfe nicht sein, dass Kranke und Gebrechliche Gefahr laufen, sich vor der Gesellschaft rechtfertigen zu müssen.

//www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php?H=N&Nr=17449

US-Haushalte wurden ärmer

Sinkende Immobilienpreise lassen das Nettovermögen der US-Haushalte im 4. Quartal 2007 erstmals seit 2002 zurückgehen.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/27/27449/1.html

Nächste Runde im Streit um die Online-Durchsuchung

Regierung und Opposition machen nach dem Urteil des Bundesverfassungsgerichts weiter wie bisher, wie die Diskussion im Bundestag zeigte.

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Gesundheitsrisiken durch Handy

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Mich haben die letzte Zeit sehr viele Nachfragen zum Verlauf der Freiburger Gerichtsverhandlung und natürlich zu meinem Gesundheitszustand nach dem aufrüttelnden Beitrag in der ARD und dem SWR erreicht. Vorweg gesprochen hab ich mich gesundheitlich so langsam wieder erholt. Auch der Unfall am 23.02.2008 auf dem Weg zu einer Veranstaltung ist ohne gesundheitliche Auswirkungen geblieben, der Wohnwagen ist knapp einem Totalschaden entgangen und kann wieder repariert werden. Trotzdem werde ich nicht darum herum kommen mich mittelfristig nach einem anderen umzusehen. Darüber hinaus wird es bis zu 4 Wochen dauern, bis die nötigen Ersatzteile geliefert werden können, solange ist er fahruntüchtig.

Da die Urteilsbegründung erst diese Tage kam und ich Euch diese nicht vorenthalten wollte, bekommt Ihr jetzt die gesammelten Werke zum Thema darf ein Elektrosensibler an einem ausgewiesenen Waldparklatz seinen Wohnwagen aufstellen oder nicht. Natürlich ist klar, daß wir Rechtsbeschwerde eingelegt haben und das Verfahren weitergeht, wobei die öffentliche Wirksamkeit und die 35 Euro Strafe wirklich prima sind. Dennoch geht es mir dabei nicht darum, daß ich mich möglichst gut aus der Sache heraus komme, sondern daß das Bewußtsein in der Bevölkerung zu dem Thema steigt und endlich der Staat seiner im Grundgesetz verankerten Vorsorgepflicht wieder nachkommt. Bedanken möchte ich mich bei all denen die durch ihre Anwesenheit dafür gesorgt haben, dass der Gerichtssaal mehr als voll war und damit gezeigt haben wie wichtig das Thema ist. Auch bei denen die durch ihre treuen Spenden es überhaupt möglich machen, daß ich diese Prozesse überhaupt führen und vorallem an Schulen gehen kann, die nicht einmal das Geld für die Fahrtkosten aufbringen können. Besonders wertvoll sind auch all diejenigen, die Daueraufträge erstellt haben und mit monatlichen Beträgen ein kleines planbares Budget bilden. Mein Dank gilt weiter denjenigen die anonym per Post, durch Zustecken, mit Lebensmitteln ect. dafür sorgen, daß ich bis heute nicht verhungert bin und das wenige, dass ich zum Lebensunterhalt benötige bestreiten kann. Auch für die Angebote von privaten, zinslosen Darlehen, damit wieder ein Auto angeschafft werden kann. Diese muß ich allerdings dankend ablehnen, da ich ja nicht weis, wann und ob ich diese zurück bezahlen kann und werd erst mal weiter versuchen ohne Auto auskommen.


Ulrich Weiner

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Ein Leben, fern der Zivilisation
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Die Spionage-Software fürs Handy

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Die Wanze in der Hose: Handys ausspionieren leicht gemacht
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General William Odom discuss the need to withdraw from Iraq

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New Documents Reveal North American Union PR Campaign

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Lou Dobbs: New World Order Can Be Defeated

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Learning From the Cultural Conservatives

Sara Robinson writes for The Campaign for America's Future: "As we saw in the previous post, the entire conservative movement was organized around the single goal of changing the country's dominant worldview, weaning it away from liberal assumptions about how the world works, and teaching Americans to assign meaning to the world using conservative values instead. They firmly (and rightly) believed that that once the rest of the country evaluated and prioritized reality the same way they did, the rest of the conservative political, economic, and social agenda could be implemented with strong popular support, and no meaningful resistance. But the early architects of this plan, including Paul Weyrich, also realized that having strong ideas wasn't enough. To succeed, they would also have to master the arts of persuasion."

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The Other Side of the McCain Lobbyist Scandal

Jerold M. Starr writes for The Nation: "I don't know whether Senator John McCain had sex with lobbyist Vickie Iseman, but I do know, first hand, that he broke the rules while doing the bidding of media mogul Lowell 'Bud' Paxson, a major contributor to McCain's 2000 presidential campaign. McCain's staff lied it about it then and they are inventing new lies even now."

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Army: Psychiatrists Needed on Warfronts

The Associated Press reports: "US troops on the battlefield found it harder to get the mental health care they needed last year, when violence rose in Afghanistan and new tactics pushed soldiers in Iraq farther from their operating bases. A report the Army released Thursday recommends sending civilian psychiatrists to the warfront, supplementing members of the uniformed mental health corps."

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The Myth of the Surge

Nir Rosen reports for Rolling Stone: "It's a cold, gray day in December, and I'm walking down Sixtieth Street in the Dora district of Baghdad, one of the most violent and fearsome of the city's no-go zones. Devastated by five years of clashes between American forces, Shiite militias, Sunni resistance groups and Al Qaeda, much of Dora is now a ghost town. This is what 'victory' looks like in a once upscale neighborhood of Iraq: Lakes of mud and sewage fill the streets. Mountains of trash stagnate in the pungent liquid. Most of the windows in the sand-colored homes are broken, and the wind blows through them, whistling eerily."

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Rachel's News #949

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New Research Confirms Antarctic Thaw Fears

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Sich wehren mit einem Widerspruch

Gegen einen Bescheid vom Amt ist immer ein Widerspruch zulässig. Dieser sollte auch zwingend erfolgen, denn wird kein oder kein fristgerechter Widerspruch eingelegt, wird der Verwaltungsakt rechtlich bindend (§ 77 SGG), was u.U. den Klageweg verhindern kann. Durch einen Widerspruch wird das Vorverfahren gemäß § 83 SGG eröffnet. Gemäß § 86a Abs. 3 SGG (Sozialgerichtsgesetz) kann auch in einem Widerspruch die Aussetzung der sofortigen Vollziehung des Verwaltungsaktes (Bescheides) beantragt werden (entspricht der aufschiebenden Wirkung, welche vom Sozialgericht angeordnet werden kann.

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USDA FONSI for Transgenic Poplars Absurd and Dangerous

ISIS Press Release 07/03/08

Prof. Joe Cummins and Dr. Mae-Wan Ho expose cavalier risk assessment that ignores existing evidence and takes absence of evidence as evidence of absence

A fully referenced version of this report was submitted to USDA on behalf of ISIS.

The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture (APHIS/USDA) received a permit application (APHIS number 06–250–01r) from Oregon State University to conduct field tests using clones of transgenic poplars and hybrids. Permit application 06–250–01r includes trees with 95 transgenic constructs categorized only by their intended traits, with little or no other details: reproductive sterility genes, genes affecting stature or reduced light response, genes modifying tree physiology, and activation tagging mutants aimed at developing “experimental domesticates”.

An Environment Assessment (EA) [1] prepared by APHIS for this permit was open for public comment for 30 days; and on 4 February 2008 APHIS published their evaluation of public comments and awarded the open field experiments with transgenic poplars the verdict FONSI [2](finding of no significant impact). Their response to public comments were aimed largely at those submitted by the Institute of Science in Society (ISIS) [3] (Unregulated Release of GM Poplars and Hybrids, SiS 36), and showed that APHIS’ reviewers support field tests particularly in areas where evidence of safety is entirely absent or insufficient. In such areas, the reviewers presumed that the transgenic trees are safe, and defy the public to produce evidence of hazard, thereby turning environmental assessment on its head. As the transgenic trees are novel, the purpose of APHIS’ EA was to provide evidence that they are safe, and where evidence of hazard is absent, it cannot be taken to be evidence that hazard is absent. The review even resorted to the irrelevant remark that Science in Society, published by ISIS, was not a credible science source, as it was a journal of “Marxist thought and analysis”, thereby also exposing the reviewers’ ignorance of both Marxism and Science in Society. We challenge any rational reader to find anything Marxist in Science in Society. Furthermore, the articles in question are all reviews of the scientific literature published in professional journals, which have been ignored by APHIS.

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Mercenaries Training US Local Police Officers

by NWV News

There are many police and law enforcement officials who are concerned with the growing trend of using military-trained mercenaries to train and work with local police officers in the United States. For example, Kentucky's Lexington Police Department contracted private......

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The election that might not happen

Common Dreams
by Betsy Hartman

03/06/08

It’s springtime in American politics. It’s only early March, but there’s a giddy, hopeful feeling to this election season, a sense that new leadership is blossoming. We could have a Democrat in the White House next year. But winter isn’t over yet and we need to balance our hope with a little fear. In 2000 Bush and Cheney stole the election in Florida. In 2004 they played dirty tricks in Ohio. In 2008 could they go one step further — and suspend the election altogether?

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/06/7525/


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Halting illegal spying on Americans

Common Dreams
by Bruce I. Afran and Carl J. Mayer

03/06/08

Almost seven years after the September 11, 2001 attacks, mainstream media and Congressional Democrats are finally beginning to defy President Bush’s illegal and unconstitutional program of spying on Americans. During an astounding press conference on February 28, 2008, President Bush was jarred by the veteran and habitually-reserved CBS correspondent, Bill Plante, who asked point blank: ‘I know it’s unintended to spy on Americans, but in the collection process information about everybody gets swept up and then it gets sorted. So if Americans don’t have any recourse, are you just telling them when it comes to their privacy to suck it up?’ Stunned by the question, Bush delivered a condescending non-sequiter: ‘I wouldn’t put it that way, if I were you — in public. You’ve been around long enough.’ (The President never disputed Plante’s premise that everyone’s information is vacuumed up by the government.)...

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/06/7524/


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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McCain’s consistent folly on Iraq

Human Events
by Steve Chapman

03/06/08

On the campaign trail, John McCain has retreated on immigration, changed his mind on tax cuts and admitted economics is not his strong suit. But all that’s unimportant, we are told, because he was Right On Iraq — back at the beginning, when he endorsed the invasion, and again over the past year, when he has stoutly supported the surge. So, whichever Democrat he faces, the November election could be a referendum on the Iraq war and his support for it. If so, that may not be a plus for McCain. McCain has been consistent about Iraq, in the sense of being consistently wrong. If the American people get a long look at what he’s said and a clear picture of our fortunes in Iraq, he may yearn for the days when he was being pilloried for offering ‘amnesty’ to illegal immigrants...

//www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=25365


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Court order sought in White House e-mail controversy

Klamath Falls Herald and News

03/06/08

A private group told a federal court Thursday the Bush administration made apparently false and misleading statements in court about the White House e-mail controversy. The group asked the judge to demand an explanation regarding alleged inconsistencies between testimony at a congressional hearing last week and what the White House told a federal court in January...

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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"Frankenfoods" Giant Monsanto Plays Bully Over Consumer Labeling

Scott Thill, AlterNet, writes: "Since 1901, Monsanto has brought us Agent Orange, PCBs, Terminator seeds and recombined milk, among other infamous products. But it's currently obsessed with the milk, or, more importantly, the milk labels, particularly those that read 'rBST-free' or 'rBGH-free.'"

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Can States Cut Carbon? EPA Says No

Brad Knickerbocker, The Christian Science Monitor, writes: "The political tussle over whether carbon dioxide is a pollutant subject to government regulation has gone on for years.... Fast forward to the present, and the fight continues - this time pitting the Bush administration against a group of 19 governors led by Arnold Schwarzenegger (Republican) of California."

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Blue Dog Democrats May Give Bush Victory on Spying

Truthout's Matt Renner reports that "Democrats in the House of Representatives - teetering on the verge of compliance with the spy power demands of the Bush administration - have devised a plan that would give the president everything he has demanded, while keeping the majority of Democrats' fingerprints off the most controversial elements of the proposed legislation."

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U.S. foreclosures hit another record high

The percentage of mortgages that were in foreclosure hit a record high in the fourth quarter, while mortgage delinquencies rose to a 23-year high, the Mortgage Bankers Association said Thursday.

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From Information Clearing House

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Foreclosures Set Records as Housing Troubles Worsen

Kevin G. Hall reports for McClatchy Newspapers, "More than one of every 20 home mortgages was delinquent during the last three months of 2007, the highest level in 23 years, according to a report Thursday by the Mortgage Bankers Association."

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US Security spending fails to curb terror toll

Boosting international police cooperation and increasing aid to developing countries would be far more cost-effective ways to fight terrorism than pouring the money into homeland security, according to U.S. researchers.

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From Information Clearing House



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Canada tosses CIA terror testimony obtained through waterboarding

The Canadian government is no longer using evidence gained from CIA interrogations of a top Al Qaeda detainee who was waterboarded.

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From Information Clearing House



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Bush told to end threats to Iran over weapons

A Nobel laureate with expertise on diplomatic negotiations and nuclear strategy urged the Bush administration Tuesday to stop issuing public statements that imply the United States will use overwhelming force to destroy Iran's nuclear capabilities.

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From Information Clearing House



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Did Clinton Win Ohio on a Lie?

By Paul Rogat Loeb

Suppose someone in the North Korean government released a false story that shifted a key American election. If Bush were negatively affected, we might be bombing Pyongyang by now. But this just happened with what Hillary Clinton called "NAFTAgate" Without it, she might never have won Ohio.

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Arms Dealer's Planes Flew U.S. Missions in Iraq

By Justin Rood and Maddy Sauer

When U.S. officials announce the arrest of a notorious arms dealer and drug-runner this afternoon, the fact that his planes flew U.S. supply missions in Iraq will likely go unmentioned.

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Sahwa Forces Challenge Govt, and Win

By Ahmed Ali and Dahr Jamail

The Sahwa, referred to as Concerned Local Citizens, and Awakening Groups, by the U.S. military, were formed to battle al-Qaeda. Members are paid 300 dollars a month by occupation forces, and now number over 80,000 across Iraq. The Sunni-dominated groups form a counterweight to the government security apparatus, which has long been known to comprise primarily Shia militiamen.

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As Alliances Shift, Iran Wins, Again

By Pepe Escobar

When Bush went to Iraq he saw an ultra-fortified military base, and that was it. Ahmadinejad went everywhere in broad daylight, welcomed like a brother. This is how Tehran sees itself - as the ultimate victor of the US war on Iraq. And no "surge" or spin - can or will make it go away.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19471.htm



The 'Great Satan' Strike Out

By Robert Scheer

Are the media dumb or just out to lunch? Sorry to be intemperate, but how else can one explain the meager attention paid to the truly historic visit of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Iraq? Not only is he the first Mideast head of state to visit the country since its alleged liberation, but the very warm official welcome offered by the Iraqi government to the most vociferous critic of the United States speaks volumes to the abject failure of the Bush doctrine.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19464.htm



Dialogue of Weapons

By Peter Chamberlin

No longer is it possible to control a weaker enemy by using overwhelming force without suffering unacceptable damages to your own people or international image.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19473.htm



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Who Leaked The Details Of A CIA-Mossad Plot Against Iran?

By Yossi Melman

The Bush administration is prolonging the hunting season against journalists. The latest victim is James Risen, The New York Times reporter for national security and intelligence affairs. About three months ago, a federal grand jury issued a subpoena against him, ordering Risen to give evidence in court. A heavy blackout has been imposed on the affair, with the only hint being that it has to do with sensitive matters of "national security."

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Mast plan blocked

By Cherry Thomas

CONTROVERSIAL plans to install a phone mast near to a supermarket petrol station have been blocked.

Vodafone had hoped to erect the antennae next to an existing T-Mobile mast near to Morrisons in Harwood.

But members of Bolton Councils' Planning and Highways Committee were caught in deadlock with 10 voting for the plans and 10 against.

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Make the call to stop violence against women across the world!

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IMPEACH VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY!

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The Forced Vaccination of Schoolchildren

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Prepare To Panic: On The Fed's Economy

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Informant: Lew Rockwell



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Gas Prices: It’s the Money

//www.lewrockwell.com/olson/olson11.html



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Shocking new revelation: Unchecked government powers get abused

//www.salon.com/opinion/greenwald/2008/03/06/nsls/index.html


Informant: Lew Rockwell



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Society Is a Blessing, But Government Is Evil

//www.lewrockwell.com/orig9/paine1.html



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Der Soja-Kapitalismus und die Landbevölkerung

Sojamonokulturen mit fatalen Folgen für Mensch und Umwelt

Dass die Sojaplantagen Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft Paraguays zunehmend prägen ist keine Neuigkeit, sondern ein Prozeß, der schon Jahre andauert, und sich in letzter Zeit beschleunigt hat. Ein aktueller Beitrag dazu ist "Für Europas Fleischkonsum und Motoren" von Reto Sonderegger in der "ILA" Ausgabe 312 vom Februar 2008: //www.ila-web.de/artikel/ila312/paraguay_soja.htm


Aus: LabourNet, 7. März 2008



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