Donnerstag, 1. Mai 2008

The Yazoo Pumps threatens to destroy 200,000 acres of Mississippi Delta wetlands

Right now a project called the Yazoo Pumps threatens to destroy 200,000 acres of Mississippi Delta wetlands – the home of the Louisiana black bear. The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced a plan to stop the Yazoo Pumps, but we need your help to make sure there is a groundswell of public support for this plan. Write the EPA today to say how important this is to you! May 5th is the fast-approaching deadline to send your official public comment to the Environmental Protection Agency supporting its plan to stop the Yazoo Pumps. For the first time in nearly 20 years, the EPA is using its "veto authority" to stop the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from constructing the environmentally destructive Yazoo Pumps project. But for the final veto to go through, the EPA needs to hear from you that you want this project gone. Just one minute of your time will help protect 200,000 acres of Mississippi Delta wetlands that would be drained and destroyed by the pumps. These are the same wetlands where Theodore Roosevelt famously refused to shoot a bear that had been tied to a tree – an action that sparked the creation of the teddy bear. Stopping this project will also protect some of the best wildlife habitat in the heart of the Mississippi River Flyway, keep several wildlife refuges and national forests healthy and save taxpayers more than $220 million! On April 17th, hundreds of people came to the public hearing in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to support the EPA's plan to veto the pumps. Now YOU can help by personalizing and sending comments to the EPA to make sure it "Dumps the Pumps" to protect Mississippi's precious wetlands and wildlife. Send your message today before the May 5th deadline. Let's flood the EPA with messages urging it to protect this important wildlife habitat!

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ACLU: New Report Confirms Unprecedented Expansion Of Government Spying

Escalation of U.S. Air War

Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA)

Congress Must Accomplish the Mission of Ending the War In Iraq

Military Families Speak Out (MFSO)

Resident objects to cellphone towers in West End

A West End tenant has written to Vancouver mayor Sam Sullivan to object to the installation of seven cellphone-transmission antennas on the roof of her building. In her April 24 letter to Sullivan, Tina Zanetti stated that she discovered that two separate permits had been issued to Mott Electric earlier this year without any notification to area residents about the “health hazards associated with electromagnetic radiation”.

Zanetti, a resident of 1395 Beach Avenue, noted in her letter that cellphone towers are regulated by the federal government. She accused the city of being “completely reckless” in its handling of this issue. Zanetti demanded that the mayor impose a stop-work order and immediately notify West End residents of this in writing. She also wants a notice published in a newspaper for the purpose of holding a public forum on the issue.


Strike Against War Shuts Down West Coast Ports

Peter Cole writes for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer: "On Thursday, May Day, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union will declare an eight-hour strike to protest the war in Iraq. Since the ILWU controls every port along the U.S. Pacific Coast, including Seattle and Tacoma, this strike demonstrates the collective power of workers willing to use it."
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Union's War Protest Shuts Down West Coast Ports

William Yardley, for The New York Times: "West Coast ports were shut down on Thursday as thousands of longshoremen failed to report for work, part of what their union leaders said was a one-day, one-shift protest against the war in Iraq. Cranes and forklifts stood still from Seattle to San Diego, and ships were stalled at sea as workers held rallies up and down the coast to blame the war for distracting public attention and money from domestic needs like health care and education."


Thousands of Dockworkers Close Ports in War Protest


Dockworkers close ports in war protest

LA Times


Thousands of dockworkers at all 29 West Coast ports, including Los Angeles and Long Beach, took the day off work today in what their union called a protest of the war in Iraq, effectively shutting down operations at the busy complexes.The action came two months before the contract expires between the dockworkers, represented by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, and the Pacific Maritime Assn., which represents port operators and large shippers, many of them foreign-owned.“We are supporting the troops and telling politicians in Washington that it’s time to end the war in Iraq,” said union President Bob McEllrath...,0,2955025,print.story

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Manufacturing Consent For An Attack On Iran

Katie Couric and the Corporate Media Gear Up for Iran Attack

Informant: shane_digital


Iran seeking to keep Afghanistan unstable

US official: Iran is seeking to keep Afghanistan weak and unstable, delivering arms to the Taliban whilst ostensibly supporting Kabul's government, a senior US state department official said in Paris Tuesday.

Iran a potential threat in Latin America: US

Isolated Iran sees Latin America as a place to push back US influence, from which it could maintain a 'terrorist threat' against the United States in the event of a conflict, a senior US official warned on Wednesday.

Send your own “Citizens’ Subpoena” now

Angry residents call for mast veto

Rebecca Connop Price reports

RESIDENTS living near a water tower decked out with dozens of mobile phone masts have demanded that the council throw out plans for two new masts.

A petition signed by 155 people living near the Cargate water pumping tower in Aldershot was submitted to Rushmoor Borough Council on Friday.

The petition called for the council to withdraw the application submitted last month by Orange Personal Communication Services.


Email sent to European Parliamentarians: low energy light bulbs

White House Blocked Rule Issued to Shield Whales

Informant: Teresa Binstock


US Plan to Protect Right Whale From Shipping Blocked by Cheney

Blue Dogs on Hoyer's FISA Leash

Alexander Bolton, of The Hill, reports "Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (Md.), the House Democrats' point man in negotiations on an overhaul of intelligence surveillance law, is keeping his eye on conservative Blue Dog Democrats who might defect on the issue under Republican pressure. The topic has reached a critical point because surveillance orders granted by the director of national intelligence and the attorney general under the authority of the Protect America Act begin to expire in August."

ACLU: Torture of Detainees Continued After 2003 Directive

Adam Goldman, of The Associated Press, reports "the military continued to use abusive interrogation methods on detainees after a 2003 directive meant to end such practices, the American Civil Liberties Union said Wednesday after reviewing newly released documents. The Department of Defense documents shed light on the use of psychologists in military interrogations and the failure of medical workers to report abuse of detainees, the ACLU said. 'The documents reveal that psychologists and medical personnel played a key role in sustaining prisoner abuse - a clear violation of their ethical and legal obligations,' ACLU attorney Amrit Singh said."


ACLU: Pentagon Documents Highlight Interrogation Methods

ACLU: Newly Unredacted Report Confirms Psychologists Supported Illegal Interrogations in Iraq and Afghanistan


New documents reveal military's use of psychologists and medical workers in abusive interrogations

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

The case for recession

The American Conservative
by Nelson Hulteberg


Bank of America economist Mickey Levy recently made one of the most astonishing comments heard in a long time, says Chicago financial commentator Bill King in his ‘King Report:’ ‘The Fed knows its credibility would be damaged if the economy slipped into recession.’ King’s response: ‘When did recession become an abhorrent, avoid-at-all- costs phenomenon?’ Recessions have been common throughout our history, and the country has always survived because our political and economic leaders understood that a periodic ‘riding out’ was necessary to cleanse the system of excesses and enable it to return to real growth. What is different this time that makes the Fed so desperate to avoid a healthy purging?

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The fourth pillar of the “new” economy: “Spend all you can”

Acton Institute
by Jordan Ballor


In early February President Bush signed into law a $150 billion dollar package of tax rebates touted as a ’stimulus’ for the flagging national economy. The purpose of the plan, which President Bush has called ‘a booster shot for our economy,’ is to quickly inject some money into the economy and spur consumer spending...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

A new reason to go to war

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Sheldon Richman


President Bush acts like a teenager with a credit card and rich parents. He never sees the bill, so he just buys what he wants and charges it. The problem is that instead of rich parents, this president has debt-ridden taxpayers and a gutted military. A few days before Gen. David Petraeus confirmed for Congress how overworked the military is in Iraq — Bush has now promised to shorten the tours from 15 to 12 months — the president was in Croatia talking about the significance of that country’s and Albania’s invitations to join NATO...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The day I lost my innocence



[T]he generation of young men who fought the Viet Nam war trusted authority. We thought because people in authority are experienced, they usually know best. We were hopeful and idealistic, and the majority of us believed in our country. We were told that freedom has a price and we lived in a country that represented democracy and freedom around the globe. We also believed, as we know now erroneously, that our government was committed to this paradigm. Age has not blessed me with wisdom, but I do know old men make the wars, and I sincerely believe that they feel truth is just a game, a game for children and a game that must be played by young idealistic boys...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Climate Change Hitting Arctic Faster, Harder

According to the Environmental News Network, "Climate change is having a greater and faster impact on the Arctic than previously thought, according to a new study by the global conservation organization WWF."


Arctic on thin ice this fall

Informant: Teresa Binstock

What Nuclear Renaissance?

The Nation's Christian Parenti writes: "If you listen to the rhetoric, nuclear power is back. Smashing atoms will replace burning carbon-based coal, gas and oil. In the face of a disaster movie-like future of runaway climate change - bringing drought, floods, famine and social breakdown - carbon-free nukes are cast as the deus ex machina to save us at the last minute."

Rockefellers Call for Change at Exxon Mobil

Reuters reports: "Members of the Rockefeller family are calling on Exxon Mobil Corp to make corporate governance changes and adopt a renewable fuels strategy to help address the soaring cost of energy."


Nuclear's CO2 cost 'will climb

Informant: Teresa Binstock

Health Care: Mission Accomplished

"Bill Moyers Journal profiles the fight the California Nurses Association (CNA) has been waging over universal health care. "There shouldn't be a double standard," says Rose Ann DeMoro, executive director of CNA. "We, as the public, pay for Dick Cheney's care ... Also on the program, five years after the president declared the end of major combat operations in Iraq, Bill Moyers interviews Victor S. Navasky and Christopher Cerf about their latest book, 'Mission Accomplished,' [and] Media and politics expert Kathleen Hall Jamieson analyzes the latest from the presidential campaign."

Dumb as We Wanna Be

In The New York Times, Thomas L. Friedman says, "It is great to see that we finally have some national unity on energy policy. Unfortunately, the unifying idea is so ridiculous, so unworthy of the people aspiring to lead our nation, it takes your breath away. Hillary Clinton has decided to line up with John McCain in pushing to suspend the federal excise tax on gasoline, 18.4 cents a gallon, for this summer’s travel season. This is not an energy policy. This is money laundering."

Did the US Supreme Court Just Elect John McCain?

According to Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman in The Free Press, "The US Supreme Court has just dealt a serious blow to voters' rights that could help put John McCain in the White House by eliminating tens of thousands of voters who generally vote Democratic."

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The Housing Market is Nowhere Near Bottom

Housing is what started the current mess we are in. Thanks to record low interest rates from the Federal Reserve, the US consumer went on a debt-induced home buying binge. That binge is now coming home to roost. And it's not going to let up for the foreseeable future.

From Information Clearing House

How Daniel Pipes Destroyed a New York City Principal

The New York Times has a cautionary tale of how mainstream hate masquerading as patriotism can destroy projects designed to promote peace and understanding.

From Information Clearing House

Sadr City attacks kill at least 925 Iraqis

Clashes between Shiite militiamen and security forces have killed more than 900 people in Baghdad's Sadr City, Iraqi officials said Wednesday, as Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki vowed to press the offensive to its conclusion.

Civilians among 28 killed as US bombs Sadr City

Photographs showed the dust-covered body of at least one child being pulled from a mountain of rubble after Tuesday's fighting.

Another proud day in US military history

Pictures show destruction caused by US bombing of civilians.

151 Congressmen Profit From War

More than a quarter of senators and congressmen have invested at least $196 million of their own money in companies doing business with the Department of Defense (DoD) that profit from the death and destruction in Iraq.

Shadowing Slaughter in Sadr City

As the first UK journalist to be embedded with the rebel Mahdi Army, Hala Jaber reports on its terrifying battle

By Hala Jaber

"Ya'mma, Ya'ba" ("Oh mother, oh father"), cried Amira Zaydan, a 45-year-old spinster, slapping her face and chest as she grieved for her parents Jaleel, 65, and Hanounah, 60, whose house had exploded after apparently being hit by an American rocket.

US troops battle militia in Baghdad despite deal

American troops fought street battles with Shiite militia in Baghdad's Sadr City, killing three people on the first full day of a deal to end fighting in the area, a military official said Monday.

U.S. military hits a wall in Sadr City

In the glow of a full moon, a U.S. military convoy inched toward a strategic road in Sadr City. The goal: to add to a wall being built to carve out a haven in the Shiite Muslim militia stronghold.

From Information Clearing House


Iraq Civilians Reportedly Among Sadr City Dead

Tina Susman, of The Los Angeles Times, reports "the US Army said they were militants. Sadr City residents said at least some were civilians, and photographs showed a dust-covered child being pulled from a mountain of rubble after Tuesday's fighting. Whatever the facts, at least 28 people were dead after the four-hour battle, the latest killed in a showdown between US and Iraqi forces and Shiite Muslim militiamen over recent weeks."

The Insurgent as Counterinsurgent

Spencer Ackerman writes for The Washington Independent: "In early April, the tenuous security gains of 2007's surge by US troops in Iraq were jeopardized by an Iraqi government assault against hard-line Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr. In Basra and the Baghdad neighborhood of Sadr City, Iraqi security forces, backed by US troops, battled Sadr's Mahdi Army militia, leaving at least 925 dead and 2,600 wounded in a campaign that continues as of this writing."

My Pastor Is Holier Than Yours

By Mary Pitt

The mainstream media is having a field day with this minutia while parading "experts" on both politics and religion across our screen. Hours of air time are spent on this trivia while the soldiers keep dying in Iraq, the criminality of the Pentagon policies, the brutal treatment, not only of our prisoners, but of our "all-volunteer" servicewomen, is conveniently swept under the rug and onto the back pages of the newspapers.

Driven To Starvation

By William A. Cohn

How the auto industry continues to destroy the environment and is now abetting global hunger and poverty.


Biofuels can't feed starving people

Informant: Teresa Binstock

Military or Market-Driven Empire Building: 1950-2008

By James Petras

The dismantling of the military driven empire will not occur 'by choice' but by imposed circumstances, including the incapacity of domestic institutions to continue to finance it. The demise of the militarist governing class will follow the collapse of their domestic economic foundations.


Fastened to a Dying Animal

By Phil Rockstroh

Here in this crumbling empire once known as the American Republic, here in a nation that, at present, for all practical purposes, only produces Cheetos and killer drones, whose architecture is being winnowed down to thriving rural meth houses and foreclosed upon suburban mchouses, whose corrupt corporate culture has bequeathed upon our suffering planet dying oceans and the hyper-caffeinated tsunami of Red Bull Capitalism.

Blood Diamonds' 'Blood Oil' and 'Blood Food'

By Pablo Ouziel

True commitment to stopping the war in Iraq requires a global human rights strike, in which the working population of the world stops producing, until the governments and the corporations realize that the voice of the people does indeed matter.


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Incubator Electromagnetic Fields Alter Newborns’ Heart Rates

Incubators Affect Newborns' Heart Rates

Incubator may alter a baby's heart rate: study

Electromagnetic fields affect infant heart rate

Newborns’ Hearts Damaged by Incubator Electromagnetic Fields

Babies' hearts incubator warning

Incubator Motor Affects Baby’s Heart Rate

Worry over incubator 'emissions'

Electromagnetic Fields in Incubators Affect Newborns' Heart Rates

Study: Incubator's Electromagnetic Fields May Affect Heart Rates

Infant Hearts Beat to Electromagnetic Pulses

Incubators may be linked to higher risk of cot death

Incubators link with cot death - Denis Henshaw quoted

Video report (Study): Incubators and EMF
Pr Carlo Bellieni
French version :

Maternités : Alerte Santé Couveuses et CEM

Grain companies' profits soar as global food crisis mounts

As food prices surge, so could Amazon destruction

Informant: Teresa Binstock

War and the Morality of Americans

The Great Syrian Nuclear Menace


Are these Syrian nuclear pictures faked?

The CIA published three aerial photographs last week purporting to show a Syrian nuclear reactor, bombed by Israel last September. But are the pictures all that they seem? Doubts about their authenticity have been raised by Professor William Beeman, head of anthropology at the University of Minnesota, who has had a long involvement with the Middle East.

From Information Clearing House

Der EU-Reformvertrag, Parallelen zur Sowjetunion?

Die ödp München lädt ein:

"Der EU-Reformvertrag - Parallelen zur Sowjetunion?"

Referent: Prof. Dr. Klaus Buchner, ödp-Bundesvorsitzender

Donnerstag, 08. Mai 2008, 19.30 Uhr - Einlass 19:00 Uhr – Der Eintritt ist frei
Brienner Str. 46 / EG – Vortragssaal der Gregor-Louisoder-Umweltstiftung
U 1 und Tram 20/21 Stiglmaierplatz (3 min zu Fuß) - U 2 Königsplatz (5 min zu Fuß)

Die Strukturen der EU haben nach dem Reformvertrag von Lissabon gewisse Ähnlichkeiten mit denen der früheren Sowjetunion. Ist das ein Zufall?

Im Vortrag von Prof. Buchner werden die Entscheidungsstrukturen der EU dargestellt, insbesondere der Abbau demokratischer Grundrechte, die Militarisierung und der Vorrang der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit der Wirtschaft vor den sozialen Rechten. Wesentliche Teile unseres Grundgesetzes werden außer Kraft gesetzt.

Herbert Brunner
Pressebeauftragter, (V.i.S.d.P.)
Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei (ödp)
Stadtverband München
Brienner Str. 46/V, 80333 München
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ödp Veranstaltung-Nachbericht: ödp-Bundesvorsitzender: EU-Reformvertrag weist Parallelen zur Sowjetunion auf

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ödp-Bundesvorsitzender: EU-Reformvertrag weist Parallelen zur Sowjetunion auf

„Die Strukturen der Europäischen Union werden durch den sogenannten Lissabon- oder EU-Reform-Vertrag noch undemokratischer“, warnte Prof. Dr. Klaus Buchner, Bundesvorsitzender der Ökologisch-Demokratischen Partei (ödp), in einem Vortrag in München.

Unter dem provokanten Titel „ EU-Reformvertrag – Parallelen zur Sowjetunion?“ referierte Buchner zu den geplanten Änderungen in den Strukturen der Europäischen Union im vollbesetzten Saal der Gregor Louisoder Umweltstiftung. Durch den sogenannten Lissabon oder EU-Reform-Vertrag, der soeben vom Bundestag ratifiziert wurde, und 2009 in Kraft treten soll, wird eine weitere Kompetenzübertragung vom Bund auf die europäischen Institutionen in Brüssel zementiert. „Parallelen der EU-Regierungsstruktur zur Sowjetunion sind offensichtlich und kein Zufall.“, so der ödp-Bundesvorsitzende.

Prof. Buchner weiter: „Der EU Reformvertrag enthält zu über 95% den Text der gescheiterten EU-Verfassung. Jetzt wird also diese Verfassung, die auch über dem deutschen Grundgesetz stehen wird, am Volk vorbei eingeführt. Das demokratiefeindliche Ergebnis hat jetzt Verfassungsrang: Die überaus starke Machtbasis der EU-Kommission, die nur von den Mitgliedsregierungen ernannt wird, und die schwache Rolle des EU-Parlaments erinnern an die Machtstrukturen in der früheren Sowjetunion: Auch hier wurde der Oberste Sowjet als Pseudolegislative von einer starken Exekutive in Form des Politbüros vollständig dominiert.“

Laut ödp sind bereits heute 85% der im Bundestag verabschiedeten Gesetze lediglich die Umsetzung von entsprechenden EU-Verordnungen.

Mit dem neuen Vertragswerk wird nun zusätzlich auch die Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik verstärkt an das „Politische und sicherheitspolitische Komitee“ (PSK) der EU übertragen. Dieses kann die Mitgliedstaaten in Zukunft auffordern „Missionen“ durchzuführen, was laut Prof. Buchner nichts anderes als die Umschreibung dafür ist, dass die EU in Zukunft Kriege ohne irgendwelche Parlamentsermächtigung führen kann. Prof. Buchners Hauptkritikpunkt am EU-Reformvertrag: Die EU-Strukturen werden sich weiter verselbständigen und ausweiten - trotzdem ist auch für die Zukunft keine ausgleichende parlamentarische Kontrolle vorgesehen. Die EU-Kommission ist den Bürgern zu keinerlei Rechenschaft verpflichtet und kann ihre eigenen Verordnungen ungestraft ignorieren.

Durch die über 15000 Lobbyisten der Industrie in Brüssel ist darüber hinaus, so Prof. Buchner, der Gesetzgebungsprozess in der europäischen Kommission schon heute maßgeblich zu Gunsten der Großkonzerne verzerrt. Und das EU-Parlament hat auch in Zukunft keine Möglichkeit zur eigenen Gesetzgebungsinitiative. Es darf de facto nur die in den Hinterzimmern der EU-Kommission abgestimmten Vorschläge abnicken.

Diese überaus starke Machtbasis der EU-Kommission, die nur von den Mitgliedstaaten ernannt wird, und die weiterhin schwache Rolle des EU-Parlaments veranlasste Prof. Buchner zu dem Vergleich mit den Machtstrukturen in der früheren Sowjetunion, wo der Oberste Sowjet als Pseudolegislative, von einer starke Exekutive in Form des Politbüros vollständig dominiert wurde.

In der abschließenden Diskussion, die von der Sorge darüber geprägt war, warum sowenig über dieses wichtige Thema diskutiert wird und was man eigentlich noch tun könne, wies Prof. Buchner auf die geplante Klage der ödp gegen den EU-Reformvertrag beim Bundesverfassungsgericht hin, die sofort nach der Ratifizierung des Vertrags durch den Bundesrat eingereicht werden soll.

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