Mittwoch, 4. Juni 2008

Bush Administration Attempts to Undermine Wildlife Conservation on Public Lands

Sweeping Policy Changes Proposed Behind Closed Doors
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CCR Demands OIG Report Regarding Rendition and Torture Victim Maher Arar

Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) Demands Release of Entire Unredacted OIG Report Regarding Rendition and Torture Victim Maher Arar.

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What Makes McCain Tick?

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Destroying African Agriculture

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Apartheid's Global Face: From South Africa to the United States

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Winter Soldiers Hit the Streets

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Controversial mast at top of agenda

Bolton News - Bolton, England

The key issue will be a public inquiry to be held on June 11 into a T-Mobile phone mast, which was erected in Little Lever without planning permission...
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Kabinett billigt Abkommen mit USA über Datenaustausch

Das Bundeskabinett hat am 4. Juni grünes Licht für ein Abkommen mit den USA über einen intensiveren Datenaustausch zum Zweck der Terrorismusbekämpfung gegeben. Die Vereinbarung war im März von Innenminister Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU), Justizministerin Brigitte Zypries (SPD) gemeinsam mit US-Innenminister Michael Chertoff und seinem Justizkollegen Michael Bernard Mukasey paraphiert worden. Dem Abkommen zufolge sollen Daten zu Personen übersandt werden, die von deutschen oder US-Behörden dem terroristischen Umfeld zugerechnet werden.

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Teenager Tased In School By Police For Not Complying and Showing I.D.

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WiFi in Libraries Blamed for Health Maladies in Paris

Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) - USA

But four libraries in Paris have switched off their wireless connections after staff members complained that electromagnetic radiation from the networks was ... //chronicle.com/wiredcampus/article/3058/wifi-in-libraries-blamed-for-health-maladies-in-paris



Libraries switch off wi-fi internet

Four libraries in Paris have turned off their wi-fi internet connections after staff claimed they were causing health problems.

The latest to shut down its wireless network is the wireless Sainte-Genevieve university library in the 5th arrondissement after a member of staff threatened to take early retirement on health grounds.

Read More...
//www.connexionfrance.com/news_articles.php?id=173


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Paris Wi-Fi: The story so far
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US Fifth Fleet commander calls for talks with Iran

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Clostridien in Biogas-Anlagen

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Großangriff auf die Grundrechte

4. Juni 2008

„Die Bundesregierung macht mit dem BKA-Gesetz einen großen Fehler“, so das Mitglied des Parteivorstandes Jan Korte (MdB) zum heutigen Kabinettsbeschluss. Er erklärt:

Das BKA-Gesetz ist ein Großangriff auf die Grundrechte. Es ist unverhältnismäßig, weil die Bundesregierung dem BKA umfangreiche Geheimdienst ähnliche Schnüffelbefugnisse einräumen will und das BKA damit zu einem deutschen FBI umwandelt.

Das BKA soll fast 30 neue Schnüffelbefugnisse erhalten. Dazu gehören die Online-Durchsuchung, der Große Lauschangriff oder die Überwachungen von Wohnungen per Videokamera. BKA-Beamten soll erlaubt werden, heimlich in Wohnungen einzudringen. Der vom Verfassungsgericht angemahnte absolut geschützte Kernbereich des Privaten verkommt zur Farce, weil das BKA Daten aus diesem Kernbereich speichern und auswerten darf.

Das BKA-Gesetz sollte schnellstens entsorgt werden, denn Demokratie und Rechtsstaat vertragen keine Geheimpolizei wie Schäuble sie will. Ich appelliere insbesondere an die wenigen Kollegen der SPD, die das Gesetz kritisch sehen, mit Blick auf das neue Computer-Grundrecht den Antrag der LINKEN nach einem Stopp aller Überwachungsgesetze sowie der grundsätzlichen Prüfung aller beschlossenen Sicherheitsgesetze zu unterstützen.

//www.die-linke.de/presse/presseerklaerungen/detail/artikel/grossangriff-auf-die-grundrechte/



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Weltweites Handeln unabdingbar

4. Juni 2008

Anlässlich des morgigen internationalen Umwelttages erklärt das Mitglied des Parteivorstandes Wolfgang Methling:

Der Schutz von Natur und Umwelt kann zu mehr Gerechtigkeit auf der Welt beitragen und ist nicht zuletzt ein fundamentaler Beitrag zur Friedenspolitik.

Deutschland, Europa und alle Industrienationen müssen hier eine Vorreiterrolle spielen, da sie in der Vergangenheit und teilweise heute noch für die größten Belastungen der Umwelt sorgten und sorgen. Umweltprobleme sind grenzenlos. Der Klimawandel trifft alle Menschen auf dem Globus, allerdings nicht alle gleich stark. Viele Klimafolgen sind im reichen Europa vielleicht nur ärgerlich – zum Beispiel ein verregneter Winter oder wenn im Skigebiet der Schnee ausbleibt. Menschen in Entwicklungsländern dagegen verlieren durch Dürre- und Hochwasserkatastrophen ihre Lebensgrundlage. Die Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländer bedürfen bei der Lösung Ihrer Probleme deutlich mehr Unterstützung als bisher.

Der von den Vereinten Nationen 1972 ins Leben gerufene und seit 1976 mit deutscher Beteiligung begangene Tag der Umwelt ist deshalb notwendiger denn je.

Denn angesichts der sich abzeichnenden Folgen des Klimawandels, des weltweiten Artensterbens, der sich wiederholenden Hungerkatastrophen, der Wasserknappheit in vielen Regionen, der Krise der Energiewirtschaft kann ein solcher Tag Anregungen geben und das Bewusstsein dafür stärken, dass unsere Umwelt und ihr Zustand mit all diesen Problemen in einem engen Zusammenhang stehen. Sofortiges weltweites Handeln ist unabdingbar.

//www.die-linke.de/presse/presseerklaerungen/detail/artikel/weltweites-handeln-unabdingbar/

Ban GMOs Now!

ISIS Press Release 04/06/08

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho warns that further indulgence in GMOs will severely damage our chances of surviving the food crisis and global warming; organic agriculture and localised food systems are the way forward

Invited lecture at conference on TRADITIONAL SEEDS OUR NATIONAL TREASURE AND HERITAGE -Traditional and Organic Agriculture instead of GMO, 17 May 2008, Bewelder, Warsaw, Poland

The Brave New World of GM Science

In 1994, I met some of the most remarkable leaders in the Third World: Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher (Institute of Sustainable Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), Martin Khor (Third World Network, Penang, Malaysia), and Vandana Shiva (Navdanya, New Delhi, India), who persuaded me to look into genetically modified organisms (GMOs), especially GM crops, which they rightly saw as a special threat to small family farmers. The biotech industry was promising miracle GM crops that would boost yield to feed the world, improve nutrition, and clean up and protect the environment. Monsanto’s Flavr Savr tomato, the first GM crop, had just been commercialised, though it turned out to be a complete flop, and was withdrawn several years later..

The biotech industry’s aggressive campaign of disinformation and manipulation of science did nothing to obscure the signs that the dream would soon turn into nightmare; and I said so in my book first published in 1997/1998 [1] Genetic Engineering Dream or Nightmare, the Brave New World of Bad Science and Big Business, which became an international bestseller, translated into many languages, and recently reprinted with an extended introduction to coincide with its translation into Indonesian. Everything predicted in that book has happened. It also explained why the science behind GM is obsolete; a story elaborated further in Living with the Fluid Genome [2] published in 2003.

Genetic modification based on an obsolete theory and hence ineffective and dangerous

Genetic engineering of plants and animals began in the mid 1970s in the belief that the genome (the totality of all the genetic material of a species) is constant and static, and that the characteristics of organism are simply hardwired in their genome. But geneticists soon discovered that the genome is remarkably dynamic and ‘fluid’, and constantly in conversation with the environment. This determines which genes are turned on, when, where, by how much and for how long. Moreover, the genetic material itself could also be marked or changed according to experience, and the influence passed on to the next generation.

The best thing about the human genome project is to finally explode the myth of genetic determinism, revealing the layers of molecular complexity that transmit, interpret and rewrite the genetic texts [3] (Life Beyond the Central Dogma series, SiS 24). These processes are precisely orchestrated and finely tuned by the organism as a whole, in a highly coordinated molecular ‘dance of life’ that’s necessary for survival.

In contrast, genetic engineering in the laboratory is crude, imprecise and invasive. The rogue genes inserted into a genome to make a GMO could land anywhere; typically in a rearranged or defective form, scrambling and mutating the host genome, and have the tendency to move or rearrange further once inserted, basically because they do not know the dance of life. That’s ultimately why genetic modification doesn’t work and is also dangerous.

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DOD Contracts Out Contractor Oversight

Maya Schenwar, of Truthout: "The Department of Defense (DOD) now employs contractors to keep contractors in check in Iraq, under a new framework for war industry management solidified last month. In April, the Pentagon split its largest military contract in Iraq - formerly belonging to the Houston-based corporation KBR, Inc. - among companies Fluor and DynCorp, in addition to KBR. A fourth company, the British-American service provider Serco, is responsible for managing and overseeing the other three, according to its contract, signed last year and now in effect."

//www.truthout.org/article/dod-contracts-out-contractor-oversight

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Serco



//www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyFkXmx8gxc&feature=player_embedded


Informant: Dorothee Krien



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Ölpreis- und Kriegstreiber

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Psoriasis or ES/EHS? Digital changeover problems?

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McCain, Hillary and Obama, Birds of a Feather

by Dr. Edwin Vieira, J.D., Ph.D.

Its recent losses of special Congressional elections in formerly safe districts indicate that the Republican Party may be in the process of self-destruction. Deservedly so. The past eight years have constituted a disaster the likes of which America has never before suffered­a disaster for the practice of constitutional government and the rule of law; for common Americans’ economic well-being; and for America’s true “homeland security”, both abroad and especially at home........

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Bush's War on Civil Liberties: Legislating tyranny

CounterPunch
by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton

06/03/08

The George W. Bush administration responded to the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon with an assault on U.S. civil liberty that Bush justified in the name of the ‘war on terror.’ The government assured us that the draconian measures apply only to ‘terrorists.’ The word terrorist, however, was not defined. The government claimed the discretionary power to decide who is a terrorist without having to present evidence or charges in a court of law. Frankly, the Bush administration’s policy evades any notion of procedural due process of law...

//www.counterpunch.org/roberts06032008.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Next-up news N°595

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Deutsche Telekom sichert Vorratsdatenspeicherung

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Die Telekom-Affäre und die Technik
//muc.informationweek.de/wirtschaftsnews/article.php?id=1100

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Die Aussetzung der Vorratsdatenspeicherung ist Gebot der Stunde

Die Telekomaffäre hat der Debatte um die Vorratsdatenspeicherung neuen Auftrieb gegeben. Für den Bundesinnenminister gibt es jedoch weiterhin keinen Grund, an der umstrittenen Datenspeicherung zu zweifeln. Ganz anderes sieht dies Dr. Thilo Weichert, Datenschutzbeauftragter des Landes Schleswig-Holstein und Leiter des Unabhängigen Zentrum für Datenschutz.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/28/28059/1.html

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Journalisten-Bespitzelung: Mehr als ein T-Opfer

Also doch kein Einzelfall: Die Bonner Staatsanwaltschaft ist auf weitere
Journalisten gestoßen, die von der Deutschen Telekom bespitzelt wurden.
Artikel von Veit Medik in der Taz vom 11.09.2008
//www.taz.de/1/politik/schwerpunkt-ueberwachung/artikel/1/mehr-als-ein-t-opfer/


Aus: LabourNet, 15. September 2008



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US banks likely to fail as bad loans soar

US banks set aside a record $37.1bn to cover losses on real estate loans and other credits during the first quarter in a sign of the growing economic pain being caused by the global credit crisis.

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Oil prices: George Soros warns that speculators could trigger stock market crash

He believes that the doubling in the price over the last year is partly due to investment institutions, such as pension funds, who are pumping money into indexes that track the cost of crude.

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Insured or not, few are secure in U.S. health system

It's an insidious system designed to fleece consumers while pretending to provide a degree of security against the costs of illness.

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Libby Links Cheney to Plame Leak

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SEE APFN LEAKGATE INFO AND LINKS:
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VIDEOS THAT MAKE YOU THINK

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Don't Buy Political Bulbs

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Mercury in Compact Fluorescent Bulbs More Hazardous than Previously Thought
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Beware the Moral Hazard Trivializers

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War and Occupation, American-Style

What It Really Means When America Goes to War
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Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement

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New rules make it tougher for travellers to US

He labelled it "antiterrorist paranoia".
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Gun T-shirt 'was a security risk'

A man wearing a T-shirt depicting a cartoon character holding a gun was stopped from boarding a flight by the security at Heathrow's Terminal 5.

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UN: Apathy worsening food crisis

Billions of dollars are being wasted on feeding obese people in the West while millions starve around the world, Jacques Diouf, the United Nations food agency chief, has told world leaders at a summit on food security in Rome.

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Latest IAEA Report on Iran's Nuclear Program and US Media

Remember the run up to the Iraq war back in 2002? Well, the so called "liberal" US media sources, such as the New York Times (NYT) [1] and the Washington Post (WP) [2], are at it again, this time regarding Iran's nuclear program.

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Candidate McCain: A Risky Choice

By Prof. Rodrigue Tremblay

The American political process, especially at the presidential level, is inhuman and inefficient. It is a gruesome meat grinder where candidates have to campaign for months in primaries or caucuses in all 50 states, raise tens of millions dollars and see their private lives exposed and criticized. With such a system, it is no wonder that few Americans with high intellect and character are willing to submit themselves to such an ordeal.

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Medical Schools Fail to Limit Big Pharma Gifts

The New York Times's Gardiner Harris writes: "Most medical schools in the United States fail to police adequately the money, gifts and free drug samples that pharmaceutical companies routinely shower on doctors and trainees, according to a ranking by the American Medical Student Association."

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The Great Immigration Panic

The New York Times's editorial board writes: "Someday, the country will recognize the true cost of its war on illegal immigration. We don’t mean dollars, though those are being squandered by the billions. The true cost is to the national identity: the sense of who we are and what we value. It will hit us once the enforcement fever breaks, when we look at what has been done and no longer recognize the country that did it."

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Scientists Were Censored by NASA

Juliet Eilperin, of The Washington Post, reports: "An investigation by the NASA inspector general found that political appointees in the space agency's public affairs office worked to control and distort public accounts of its researchers' findings about climate change for at least two years, the inspector general's office said yesterday."

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Nearby Firing Ranges Complicate Soldiers' Recovery From Stress

Ann Scott Tyson, The Washington Post, reports: "Army Sgt. Jonathan Strickland sits in his room at noon with the blinds drawn, seeking the sleep that has eluded him since he was knocked out by the blast of a Baghdad car bomb. Like many of the wounded soldiers living in the newly built 'warrior transition' barracks here, the soft-spoken 25-year-old suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. But even as Strickland and his comrades struggle with nightmares, anxiety and flashbacks from their wartime experiences, the sounds of gunfire have followed them here, just outside their windows."

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