Mittwoch, 12. März 2008

Climate Change Threatens International Security

"Environmental Rights Are Related to Many Other Rights"

In an interview with Center for International Environmental Law attorney Nathalie Bernasconi, Le Temps's Caroline Stevan examines whether there are internationally acknowledged environmental rights, while Le Monde's Thomas Ferenczi reports on a new European Union document that concludes climate change threatens international security.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/031208G.shtml

No Torture, No Exceptions

In The Washington Monthly, 37 writers, including a former president, the speaker of the House, two former White House chiefs of staff, current and former senators, generals, admirals, intelligence officials, interrogators and religious leaders, demand a stop to the Bush administration's continuing use of torture.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/031208C.shtml



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Iraq Violence Sees Spike

Ryan Lenz, writing for The Associated Press, reports from Baghdad, "Violence appeared to be on the rise in Iraq after a day that saw at least 42 people die - numbers that cast doubt on the easing of sectarian violence following a surge of US forces to the country last year."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/031208B.shtml



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Bush to Sidestep Congress on Iraq Pact

Truthout's Maya Schenwar reports, "As the Bush administration heads into months of negotiations with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on the future of US troops in Iraq, it aims to stretch the bounds of executive power to unprecedented lengths."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/031208A.shtml



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Biofuels: the fake climate change solution

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Grünen-Fraktion kritisiert CIA-Methode des "Waterboarding"

Die vom US-Geheimdienst CIA praktizierte "Waterboarding"-Methode zur Aussage-Erpressung wird von der Grünen-Fraktion scharf kritisiert. US-Präsident George W. Bush habe mit seinem Veto gegen den Parlamentsentwurf zur Abschaffung des "Waterboardings" die Wertgrundlage der zivilisierten Welt offen in Frage gestellt, sagte Grünen-Fraktionsvize Jürgen Trittin am 12. März in Berlin.

//www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php?H=N&Nr=17470



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FBI asked to probe Plame e-mail controversy

//www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23593286/


Informant: Shawbear



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Cell Tower Construction Causes Concern

T-Mobile To Pay $18,000 Each Year To County

Reported By Jonathan Martin

POSTED: 11:51 am CDT March 12, 2008
UPDATED: 2:49 pm CDT March 12, 2008

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Parents in Rutherford County are concerned about the proposed construction of a cell phone tower near a playground and school.

The local planning commission has already approved the tower that would be constructed directly behind Wilson Elementary in Rutherford County and next to the playground.

Channel 4 talked with parents about their concerns of electromagnetic radiation emitting from the proposed 250-foot tower.

While cell phone service is currently spotty in this area, parents at the school said its not worth building a tower and risking their kids health and decreasing property values.

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It's Time to Impeach Bush

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Elektrosmog: Wissensdurst noch nicht gelöscht

//www.freiepresse.de/NACHRICHTEN/REGIONALES/VOGTLAND/REICHENBACH/1244529.html



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US-Wissenschaftler warnen vor den Folgen des steigenden Meeresspiegels

Wenn die Küste absäuft
//www.heise.de/tp/blogs/2/104948

Von einem Abflauen der Finanzmarktturbulenzen ist nichts zu bemerken

Bond-Investoren haben Vertrauen in die US-Notenbank verloren.
//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/27/27473/1.html



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Verfassungsgericht präzisiert Grundrecht auf informationelle Selbstbestimmung

Das Urteil des Bundesverfassungsgerichts zum automatischen Erfassen von KFZ-Kennzeichen kann weit reichende Folgen für andere Gesetze wie die Vorratsdatenspeicherung und damit für die EU-Gesetzgebung haben.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/27/27480/1.html



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War rotgrüne Bundesregierung schon Ende 2001 über CIA-Verschleppungen informiert?

Vor der Sitzung des Bundestagsausschusses über die Beteiligung deutscher Behörden an der Verschleppung Zammars sind die Aussagen des ehemaligen CIA-Europachefs für Steinmeier und Uhrlau höchst unangenehm.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/27/27482/1.html

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Linke sieht im Fall Zammar mögliche Beihilfe der Bundesregierung

Im Fall des Deutsch-Syrers Mohammed Haydar Zammar hat die Links-Fraktion schwere Vorwürfe gegen Außenminister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (SPD) und die frühere rot-grüne Bundesregierung erhoben. Wenn das damals von Steinmeier geleitete Bundeskanzleramt wissentlich nichts für die Freilassung des 2002 in ein syrisches Foltergefängnis verschleppten deutschen Staatsbürgers getan habe, wäre das Beihilfe durch Unterlassen, sagte der Linke-Außenpolitiker Norman Paech am 12. März in Berlin. Am 13. März wird Ex-Kanzleramtschef Steinmeier vor dem sogenannten BND-Untersuchungsausschuss des Bundestags aussagen.

//www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php?H=N&Nr=17474



Steinmeier bestreitet Beteiligung an Entführung von Zammar

Im Fall des nach Syrien verschleppten Terrorverdächtigen Mohammed Haydar Zammar haben sich Außenminister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (SPD) und BND-Präsident Ernst Uhrlau entschieden gegen Spekulationen über eine deutsche Beteiligung gewandt. Ex-Kanzleramtschef Steinmeier verteidigte am 13. März im BND-Untersuchungsausschuss das Vorgehen deutscher Behörden und wies den Vorwurf einer Mitwisserschaft der rot-grünen Bundesregierung scharf zurück. Zammar war Ende 2001 nach Marokko gereist, dort verhaftet und unter bislang nicht geklärten Umständen in ein syrisches Foltergefängnis überstellt worden.

//www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php?H=N&Nr=17480

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Steinmeier und Uhrlau wollen nichts von Verschleppungen gewusst haben

Überzeugend ist es nicht, was die Anhörungen im Untersuchungsausschuss zum Fall Zammar erbracht haben.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/27/27506/1.html


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Beihilfe zur Verletzung des Postgeheimnisses?

Die US-Regierung drängt darauf, dass die Absender- und Empfängerdaten von Briefen und Paketen elektronisch vor deren Eintreffen in den USA übermittelt werden.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/27/27487/1.html

MFSO: "Funding This War Is Killing Our Troops!"

Military Families Speak Out (MFSO): Five Years Into The War In, Military Families Say: "Funding This War Is Killing Our Troops!"

//www.commondreams.org/news2008/0312-09.htm



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Beyond Progressive Malpractice: Taking Down Big Pharma

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Bush’s Endorsement

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/12/7624/



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The Iraq Follies

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/12/7646/



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The Fall of the American Consumer

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/12/7633/



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US Organic Food Industry Fears GMO Contamination

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UN Torture Envoy Says US Deny Access to Iraq Jails

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US Racial Inequality Creates Two-Tier Society

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/12/7626/

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Racial Inequality

Bill Moyers Journal: "This week, as many Americans celebrate 'Juneteenth,' a special day of recognition commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, Bill Moyers Journal examines racial inequality in America through the prisms of the legacy of slavery and the current socioeconomic landscape."

//www.truthout.org/article/bill-moyers-journal-racial-inequality



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Trailer Park to Kill Hundreds of VA Cats

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Millionaires Who Rule Us

JOHN W. WHITEHEAD

The Huffington Post — "The very rich," observed F. Scott Fitzgerald, "are different from you and me." And nowhere is this so-called difference more apparent than in the growing divide between poor and working class Americans and the rich who rule over us.

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From TomPaine.com Daily Dispatch



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Keine Käfig-Eier in deutschen Supermärkten

https://www.secureconnect.at/4-pfoten.de/protest/0803/index.php

Interview zum Welthunger: "Es bleiben Zorn und Hoffnung"

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Die Gewerkschaften in Deutschland streiken wieder, aber sind sie wirklich stark?

"Das ist doch kein Kampf mehr"

„Die Gewerkschaften in Deutschland streiken wieder - aber sind sie wirklich stark? Dokumentarfilmer Holger Wegemann hat einen legendären Arbeitskampf begleitet: gegen die Schließung des Bosch-Siemens-Werks in Berlin. Seine Erfahrung: Streiks sind nur noch eine Parodie der Arbeiterbewegung…“ Interview von Thilo Knott in der taz vom 10.3.08 //www.taz.de/nc/1/archiv/digitaz/artikel/?ressort=tz&dig=2008%2F03%2F10%2Fa0073&src=GI&cHash=a88ce043eb&type=98

Aus dem Text: „…Da müsste man auch mal härtere Manschetten anziehen. In Berlin hat sich Ver.di gerade kritisch dazu geäußert, dass neben ihren BVG-Mitarbeitern auch noch die Lokführer streiken wollen. Also Busse sowie U-Bahnen und noch die S-Bahnen ausfallen könnten. Ist das echter Kampf? Vor was haben die Angst? (…) Die haben Angst davor, wenn die Belegschaften Erfahrungen machen in der direkten politischen Auseinandersetzung. Wenn die Arbeiter feststellen, dass sie auch selbst ein Plakat malen können. Das macht die Menschen selbstständiger, aber auch nicht mehr so steuerbar…“

Siehe zum Film Branchen > Sonstige > Bosch-Siemens-Hausgeräte: Nachbereitung des Streikes im Kampf gegen die Schließung 2006 //www.labournet.de/branchen/sonstige/bsh/index.html


Aus: LabourNet, 12. März 2008

Mit halbem Personal das Doppelte bewältigen, das ist Geschäftsmodell

Die alarmierende Gesundheitsbilanz der Banken

Mit halbem Personal das Doppelte bewältigen - das ist Geschäftsmodell. Wegen der zunehmenden psychischen Erkrankungen in der Geldbranche schlagen ver.di und eine DAK-Studie Alarm. Artikel von Mario Müller in "Mitbestimmung 03/2008" der Hans Böckler Stiftung //www.boeckler.de/cps/rde/xchg/SID-3D0AB75D-687B2310/hbs/hs.xsl/107_90273.html

Siehe dazu: "Faire Arbeit" - Mehr Informationen zum Projekt "Faire Arbeit" von ver.di NRW //www.fidi.nrw.verdi.de/faire_arbeit


Aus: LabourNet, 12. März 2008

Stavanger council reported to police

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Happy birthday, DHS

Independent Institute
by Ivan Eland

03/11/08

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) just turned five years old. It seems like it was born just yesterday. The department’s growing pains have made it a slow learner and a downright ugly child. Born in an atmosphere of tension and fear, and cobbled together from pieces of other government departments and agencies, the prospects for this Frankenstein offspring were always dim. Yet, as Congress frequently does in times of crisis, the legislative body, in the wake of 9/11, had to be seen as doing something — anything — to respond to the crisis, even if its actions were ineffective and even counterproductive. And predictably, the Department of Homeland Security has been a disaster...

//www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?id=2146


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Gitmo trials fail Nuremberg test

Sacramento Bee
by Nat Hentoff

03/11/08

In Sen. Christopher Dodd’s superb book, ‘Letters from Nuremberg: My Father’s Narrative of a Quest for Justice’ (Crown, 2007), he quotes his father, Thomas Dodd, who became the No. 2 prosecutor in the American team at Nuremberg: ‘Those of us who were privileged to serve at the Nuremberg Trial are proud of the entire proceeding. … Every right of the defendants was scrupulously observed. They were given every possible opportunity to make every explanation and every possible defense. Witnesses were obtained for them merely at their request. Documents were made available, library facilities were at their disposal, and throughout every hour of the trial they were afforded every opportunity to answer every charge.’ As others and I have reported, the procedures at Guantanamo — by glaring contrast — are the very opposite of those at Nuremberg...

//www.sacbee.com/110/story/775034.html


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The devilish coin

Fairfield County Weekly
by Phil Maymin

The ends are to prevent another 9/11. There are basically no limitations on the means, except perhaps on the rate of growth. Like a virus, the means tend to grow slowly, waiting until we are accustomed to one before imposing another. National ID cards, mandatory tracking databases, roving wiretaps, and perhaps even reinstating the draft are all more than just possibilities: They have all been introduced and sometimes passed by Congress. Why stop there? Let’s imagine for a moment that the government has the technology to unobtrusively read our minds. Should we let them do it? (for publication 03/13/08)

//www.fairfieldweekly.com/article.cfm?aid=6442


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Job Losses' Ramifications Far-Reaching

Reporting for The Christian Science Monitor, Ron Scherer writes: "The job market, one of the strongest pillars of the US economy, is starting to deteriorate.... If the hiring downturn continues, the ramifications for the economy could be major."

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Labor's War on Global Warming

In The Nation, Jeremy Brecher, Tim Costello and Brendan Smith say that "Figuring out how to respond to global warming has been difficult for organized labor. The issue can pit union against union and unions against environmentalists. Now, however, a new alliance is developing around the idea of 'green jobs' - the jobs that will be needed to rebuild our economy and drastically reduce greenhouse gases."

//www.truthout.org/issues_06/031108LA.shtml



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Cheap Oil Is Over

According to James Howard Kunstler in Chelsea Green Publishing, "It's compelling to see how NASCAR auto racing has risen to the level of a mania in early 21st century America, as the nation has reached its absolute zenith of automobile use. Even as the world approached the all-time global oil production peak - with its ominous portents for social relations in this country - Americans rallied obliviously to the weekend proving grounds of the stock-car gods."

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Government report forecasts US recession

A US government report on Tuesday forecasted for the first time that the country's economy would enter recession in 2008.

//www.ft.com/cms/s/b2c610fc-ef92-11dc-8a17-0000779fd2ac.html



Many more going bankrupt

With house values still in decline, said Jack Williams, a scholar at the American Bankruptcy Institute, bankruptcy courts will be busy again in 2008. "It's going to be a lot worse before it gets any better," he said.

//tinyurl.com/ywmfls



Derivatives the new 'ticking bomb'

A massive new derivatives bubble is driving the domestic and global economies, a bubble that continues growing today parallel with the subprime-credit meltdown triggering a bear-recession.

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From Information Clearing House



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Army's $200 Billion Reboot Fizzles: Murtha Wants $20 Billion More

Pump another $20 billion into the sickly, $200 billion behemoth "Future Combat Systems" before it drops dead under its own weight.

//blog.wired.com/defense/2008/03/post.html


From Information Clearing House

Ex-DEA Head Admits CIA Imported Cocaine

American Drug War: The Last White Hope



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From Information Clearing House



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Iraq violence on the rise, again

HAS anyone noticed that Iraq, supposedly transformed into an oasis of peace and tranquility by George W. Bush's troop surge, is growing less peaceful by the day?

//www.insidebayarea.com/opinion/ci_8530829


From Information Clearing House



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Mexico: On a country dominated by a near neighbour, the USA

The Mexicans

A Documentary Film By John Pilger

Documentary on a country dominated by a near neighbour the USA, but rich in oil resources, Mexico. However, in a country dominated with the thought that the revolution is only half over is Mexico a potential Iran on American doorsteps?

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19509.htm



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Nadler Disses Voters on Impeachment

By Ray McGovern

You would not know it for the news blackout, but New Yorkers of Congressman Jerrold Nadler's district held a Town Hall/Impeachment Forum on Sunday to encourage Nadler, chair of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, to begin impeachment proceedings against Vice President Dick Cheney.

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U.S. May Add Venezuela To List Of Terrorist States

By Pablo Bachelet

The Bush administration has launched a preliminary legal inquiry that could land Venezuela on the U.S. list of nations that support terrorism, following reports of close Venezuelan links with Colombian rebels, a senior government official has confirmed.

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The World As It Is

By Chris Hedges

The long, slow drip of collective humiliation and abuse, along with the tiny and large indignities that go into transforming human beings into fanatics, is rarely understood by those on the outside. It ticks away like a clock until it suddenly explodes in our face.

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A Way To Stave Off Iran Sanctions

By Kaveh L Afrasiabi

At last week's meeting of the board of governors of the IAEA in Vienna, South Africa and other Non-Aligned Movement members issued a strong communique that reiterated Non-Aligned Movement's principled support for Iran's right to nuclear technology, echoing the Non-Aligned Movement's Havana declaration of September 2006 that called for the resolution of Iran's nuclear issue "within the IAEA framework".

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19510.htm



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Defense Chief Says Fallon's Leaving Is Not Precursor To War With Iran

By Associated Press

Admiral William Fallon's resignation as U.S. military commander in the Middle East follows an article in Esquire magazine describing him as a lone voice against taking military action against Iran over its nuclear program.

//www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19516.htm



Admiral William Fallon quits after clash with hawks

The top US military commander for Iraq and Afghanistan resigned last night after weeks of behind-the-scenes disagreements with the White House over the direction of American foreign policy.

//tinyurl.com/ytpzzs


From Information Clearing House

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Fallon's "No Iran War" Line Angered White House

Writing for Inter Press Service, Gareth Porter says, "A new article on CENTCOM commander Adm. William Fallon confirms that his public statements last fall ruling out war against Iran last fall were not coordinated with the White House and landed him in trouble more than once with President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/031108R.shtml

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Dissenting Views Made Fallon's Fall Inevitable
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/03/12/7627/



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Statewide Ballot Initiative Aims to Make Voting Safe

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Next-up news N°505

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Dereel residents air internet health fears

The residents of Dereel, south of Ballarat, do not want their internet services upgraded because they are concerned about the electromagnetic radiation that will be generated.

Two petitions containing almost 200 signatures has been presented to the Golden Plains Shire about a broadband antenna being installed at the Dereel Hall and Community Centre.

Read More...
//www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2008/03/12/2187407.htm


Informant: Martin Weatherall



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WE ARE RECLAIMING OUR POWER as Americans

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Cell tower plan irritates neighbors

By BRANDON PUTTBRESE

For a laundry list of reasons — most notably their children’s health — residents are rallying to oppose construction of a 250-foot cellular tower at an elementary school in northern Rutherford County.

Kenneth Allen, a four-year resident of the Wilson Ridge neighborhood, said the proposal to build a cell tower next to the playground at Wilson Elementary on Cut Off Road doesn’t sit well with the community.

The health effects of exposing children to low levels of electromagnetic radiation emitted by towers are heavily disputed, but there’s enough evidence to cause concern for Allen, who circulated a petition challenging the tower around the neighborhood, which he says everyone readily signed.

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The State Is the Greatest Liar

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The State Versus the Living Dharma

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Why the Depression Is Not All Bad

It will rein in the empire.
//www.lewrockwell.com/lind/lind136.html



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Ron Paul on Homeschooling

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