Freitag, 6. Februar 2009

Key Bush Gitmo Advisers Still on Job at Pentagon

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The Children of Guantanamo

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The Salary for Failure

Philippe Escande, Les Echos: "What's the salary for failure? Five hundred thousand dollars, answers Barack Obama. That's still a lot of money, all the same, but apparently it is only a tenth of the annual emolument for a big banking boss, such as Citigroup's CEO. So it's a form of divine punishment the very Protestant president of the Republic wants to inflict on those miscreants of finance who have still not understood that the party is over. Or who, perhaps, understanding that it is winding up, are attempting to glean some last few crumbs before making their final bow."

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Nationalized Banks The 'Only Answer'
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Employment Free Fall Continues

Dean Baker, The Center for Economic and Policy Research: "The January employment report showed the economy losing 598,000 jobs in the month. In addition, there were sharp upward revisions to the job loss figures for the prior two months. The data now show the economy losing 1,772,000 jobs over the last three months, an average of 591,000 jobs per month."

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Umverteilungsmaschine: Attac kritisiert Dividendenzahlungen der Dax-Konzerne

Das globalisierungskritische Netzwerk Attac hat die anstehenden Dividendenzahlungen der Dax-Konzerne als skandalös bezeichnet. Laut einem Bericht des "Handelsblatts" vom gestrigen Donnerstag planen die 30 größten Konzerne im Dax eine Dividendenausschüttung in Höhe von 23,5 Milliarden Euro. Gemessen am stark gefallenen Börsenwert der Top-Konzerne von nur noch 500 Milliarden Euro, sei das so viel wie noch nie. "Während die Beschäftigten auf Kurzarbeit gesetzt und öffentliche Milliarden in die Sanierung von Banken und Konzernen gesteckt werden, fließen die Gewinne weiterhin in die Hände einer kleinen Minderheit von Großbesitzern und Profiteuren", kritisierte Pedram Shahyar von Attac. Die Krise werde so zu einer "Umverteilungsmachine von unten nach oben".

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Atom-Beschluss in Schweden

Atomkritiker sprechen vom Bau "Potemkinscher Dörfer"

Der Beschluss der schwedischen Regierung, bestehende alte Atomkraftwerke durch neue ersetzen zu wollen, ändert nach Auffassung der atomkritischen Ärzteorganisation nichts an "der geringen Bedeutung der Kernenergie für die Energieversorgung". Man kenne das seit 20 Jahren. "Immer wieder kündigt die eine oder andere Regierung an, wieder ganz groß in die Atomenergie einsteigen zu wollen. Das führt dann allenfalls zum Ergebnis, dass wie in Finnland an einem einzigen Atomkraftwerk 10 Jahre lang herumgedoktert wird, während in der gleichen Zeit die zigfache Kapazität an Erneuerbaren Energieanlagen aufgebaut wird", sagte ein Sprecher der IPPNW. Die Atomlobby baue mit ihrem millionenschweren Werbeetat seit 20 Jahren "vornehmlich Potemkinsche Dörfer. Wir haben es hier mit einer konstruierten Wirklichkeit zu tun, die einer nüchternen Analyse nicht Stand hält." Die Zahl der weltweit betriebenen Atomkraftwerke sei seit Jahren rückläufig.

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Schweden, Vattenfall und Co. - das Atomchaos soll weitergehen

Der Beinahe-GAU im schwedischen Atomkraftwerk Forsmark-1 ist gerade einmal zweieinhalb Jahre her. Schwedens Ankündigung, die alten, unfallträchtigen Meiler abzuschalten, ist sinnvoll. Sie aber durch neue Atomkraftwerke zu ersetzen, ist phantasielos und ein Rückschlag für den Klimaschutz. Schweden verbaut sich damit die Chance, eine zukunftsfähige Energieversorgung zu errichten.

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Cancer couple claim victory as mast removed

Friday, February 06, 2009, 12:00

Jon Bennett

A CROWBOROUGH couple who claim a mobile phone mast next to their house gave them both breast cancer have described its removal as "the end of a nightmare".

Margaret and George King, of Church Road, Crowborough, saw the mast come down at the end of last week after a prolonged campaign to see it removed.

The couple, who have both had mastectomies and have blamed the Vodafone mast next to their house, have described their relief.

Speaking on Thursday last week as the mast was removed, Mr King, 77, said of the workmen sent to remove it: "I could have hugged those guys this morning, when I saw them cutting up the mast. In our dreams we wanted to do it ourselves."

The event marks the end of an 11-year ordeal for the couple, who moved into their current home for their retirement.

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Watchdogs: Government Overpaid for Wall Street Assets

Kevin G. Hall and Greg Gordon, McClatchy Newspapers: "The federal government overpaid by about $78 billion for stock and other troubled assets when it bailed out big banks last year, and it lacks sufficient internal controls to police and protect taxpayers' investment in the institutions, government watchdogs said Thursday. The new special inspector general for the bailout effort, formally called the Troubled Asset Relief Program, issued his first report Thursday and said that the Treasury Department needs to put more safeguards in place to protect taxpayers."

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Support Finnish NGOs in Their Fight for Lapland's Ancient Forests

ACTION ALERT

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY!

By Ecological Internet's Forests.org project //forests.org/ February 5, 2009

TAKE ACTION HERE NOW: //forests.org/shared/alerts/send.aspx?id=finland_lapland_forests

Protest Finnish timber giant Stora Enso and the government profiting from destroying Finland's last ancient forests. Let them know Finland and the World's old-growth must be protected and restored to sustain the Earth's biosphere and ecosystem processes including climate, water and biodiversity.

BRIEF BACKGROUND: The last unprotected intact forest landscapes in Northern Finland are currently being destroyed by the Finnish government and timber industry. Low-productive old-growth boreal forests located hundreds of kilometres north from the Polar Circle are being logged systematically. Trees more than 300 years old are mainly ending up in pulp wood piles of timber giant Stora Enso. Only less than 5% of Finnish forests have remained untouched by modern forestry. Please, help Finnish NGOs to save Finland’s natural treasures and to put international pressure on their destructive forest industry.

This is the latest protest in Ecological Internet's global campaign to protect all remaining old growth forests, and promote regeneration and restoration of secondary forests to late successional old-growth status. Increasing old forest cover globally is critical for achieving global ecological sustainability -- including climate, water and biodiversity.

TAKE ACTION NOW: //forests.org/shared/alerts/send.aspx?id=finland_lapland_forests

DISCUSS THIS ALERT: //forests.org/blog/2009/02/alert-support-finnish-ngos-in.asp

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FOREST RELEASE: World Outraged by Finland's Continued Old Growth Logging

Colleagues,

Here is the press release regarding our campaign to end Finland's ancient forest logging shame. We will now routinely send both the alert and release to this list in the hopes that more people will choose to participate in the protest, and hoping you network this to media and blogging colleagues. Please send this vital alert if you have not yet done so. If successful it will set an important precedent that old growth logging is finished.

Regards,
Dr. Glen Barry

P.S. Some received duplicates as I had to resend to fix url that was wrapping.


PRESS/SOCIAL MEDIA RELEASE World Outraged by Finland's Continued Old Growth Logging

- Supposedly "Green" Finland's unprotected intact old growth forest landscapes, including 300 year old trees in Northern Forest Lapland, continue to be destroyed to make throw-away paper products

February 10, 2009 By Earth's Newsdesk, a project of Ecological Internet //www.ecoearth.info/newsdesk/ CONTACT: Dr. Glen Barry, glenbarry@ecologicalinternet.org

(Seattle, WA) -- Finland's last unprotected intact old growth forest landscapes continue to be destroyed by the Finnish government and timber industry. Trees more than 300 years old are being industrially destroyed by the government's logging body Metsähallitus, ending up in timber giant Stora Enso's pulp wood piles. Less than 5% of Finnish forests have remained untouched by modern forestry.

Ecological Internet's Earth Action Network is supporting Finnish NGO demands that Northern Forest Lapland's natural treasures are fully protected. Some 1,630 people from 66 countries have sent 345,578 emails in a peaceful protest intended to put international pressure on the Finnish government and Stora Enso [1].

"There are too few large, connected and relatively intact terrestrial ecosystem habitats globally to sustain the Earth system," explains global forest protection expert Dr. Glen Barry. "Finland and the World's old-growth must be strictly protected and restored to sustain the Earth's biosphere and ecosystem processes including climate, water and biodiversity upon which all life depends."

Regarding Stora Enso's response to the protest, Finnish forest policy observer Olli Manninen notes "Stora Enso admits buying wood from old growth and virgin forests and is committed to doing so in the future. And Metsähallitus definitely has further plans to log these areas, some being already marked for logging. It is deeply troubling that Stora Enso claims wood from Forest Lapland's old- growth destruction fulfills the Forest Stewardship Council's (FSC) requirements."

Finnish old-growth forest destruction today is totally unnecessary. Finland is a rich industrialized country with no economic need to log the remains of its old- growth forests. Low-productive old-growth boreal forests located hundreds of kilometres north from the Polar Circle are being logged systematically and indiscriminately, yet provide less that 0.1% of the industry's wood supply.

This is the latest protest in Ecological Internet's global campaign to protect all remaining ancient primary and old growth forests, and promote regeneration and restoration of secondary forests to late successional old-growth status. Increasing old forest cover globally is critical for achieving global ecological sustainability.

[1] TAKE ACTION: Support Finnish NGOs in Their Fight for Lapland's Ancient Forests //forests.org/shared/alerts/send.aspx?id=finland_lapland_forests

DISCUSS RELEASE: //forests.org/blog/2009/02/release-world-outraged-by-finl.asp



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Antenne-relais de Tassin: une décision qui va faire jurisprudence?

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Quand les antennes font leur loi

L'Hebdo - Lausanne, Switzerland

Les militants antiondes évoquent le rapport BioInitiative, qui prône 0,6 volt par mètre. La ville de Paris a édicté une charte à 2 volts par mètre. ...

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Ist die Bertelsmann Stiftung „gemeinnützig“ im Sinne von §§ 52 ff. AO?

Eine Expertise unabhängiger Juristen

„Jeder Vereinsvorstand muß sich an das geltende Gemeinnützigkeitsrecht halten. Tut er dies nicht, wird sein Laden steuerpflichtig. Wieso für die raffiniert verflochtenen Bertelsmänner eine Sonderstellung gelten und der Steuerzahler deren teilweise abstruse neoliberale Politikvorstellungen und das vorgespielte Gutmenschentum finanzieren soll, fragen sich nicht nur NRhZ-LeserInnen. Lesen Sie dazu die folgende Expertise.“ Einleitung der Redaktion NRhZ zum Artikel von Klaus Lindner, Michael Krämer, Wiebke Priehn in der NRhZ-Online - Neue Rheinische Zeitung vom 04.02.2009 //www.nrhz.de/flyer/beitrag.php?id=13431


Aus: LabourNet, 6. Februar 2009

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Zusammenarbeit der GEW mit der Bertelsmann-Stiftung

Am heutigen Montag dominiert die Debatte um die Anträge gegen eine Zusammenarbeit mit der Bertelsmann-Stiftung. U.a. dürfte es um die Fomulierung im Antrag 1.3. gehen: "Eine über Kontaktpflege und Positionsaustausch hinausgehende Zusammenarbeit zwischen GEW und Bertelsmann-Stiftung findet nicht statt." Siehe dazu:

Die Anträge gegen eine Zusammenarbeit mit der Stiftung: //www.gew-gewerkschaftstag.de/1._Allgemeine_Gewerkschafts-_und_Gesellschaftspolitik_3.html

Marianne Demmer, Leiterin des Vorstandsbereichs Schule der Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft arbeitet beispielsweise als Kommissionsmitglied in der Arbeitskommission des Carl-Bertelsmann-Preises 2008 zum Thema ''Integration braucht faire Bildungschancen'' mit – siehe die Mitglieder der Arbeitskommission: //www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/cps/rde/xchg/SID-A5BDF763-D716D7BB/bst/hs.xsl/85815_85842.htm

Siehe dazu im LabourNet Germany: Bertelsmann-Stiftung und Privatisierung //www.labournet.de/diskussion/wipo/gats/bertelsmann.html


Aus: LabourNet, 27. April 2009

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Basis muckt auf. Auseinandersetzung um Haltung zur Bertelsmann-Stiftung dominierte Personaldiskussion bei Vorstandswahlen der Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft

„Wie hältst du’s mit der Bertelsmann-Stiftung« war die Gretchenfrage bei der Fortsetzung des Gewerkschaftstags der GEW am Montag in Nürnberg. Noch vor der Diskussion und Abstimmung über entsprechende Beschlußanträge, die voraussichtlich am heutigen Dienstag stattfinden, wurden die Kandidaten bei den Wahlen zum Geschäftsführenden Vorstand (GV) von mehreren Delegierten nachdrücklich aufgefordert, »klare Kante« zu zeigen…“ Artikel von Rainer Balcerowiak, Nürnberg, in junge Welt vom 28.04.2009 //www.jungewelt.de/2009/04-28/048.php


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Southport residents and businesses are going up against mobile phone giant Vodafone to block plans for a mast in their neighbourhood

Feb 6 2009

by Janine Yaqoob, Southport Visiter

SOUTHPORT residents and businesses are going up against a mobile phone giant in an bid to block plans for a mast in their neighbourhood.

Vodafone Ltd has submitted a planning proposal to build a 12m telecommunications mast on the corner of Manchester Road and Zetland Street.

A 75-signature petition opposing the application has been submitted to Sefton Council ahead of the planning committee meeting on Wednesday.

Reasons cited for objecting the mast include health issues and the “unsightly” appearance of the mast having a negative effect on the area.

Esther Edmondson, who lives on Zetland Street, has signed the petition.

She said: “Many residents on this street and local businesses do not want this mast near our homes and shops.

“Manchester Road is used by many people and this mast would make the area look unattractive.

“We are also worried about the health implications the mast might bring, such as the increased risk of cancer.”

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Invisible blood: Willful blindness and American war crime

Empire Burlesque
by Chris Floyd

02/03/09
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How the stimulus screws commuters

The American Prospect
by Ryan Avent

02/05/09

The American public is currently focused like a laser on the nation’s economic struggles, to the exclusion of all else. That’s perfectly understandable; livelihoods are at stake, and the situation is grim. But behind this economic crisis lurks the continued threat posed by global climate change. Eight years of delay has made the situation urgent, and while public opinion clearly indicates that economic recovery should come first, any opportunity to address both problems at once — to both support the economy while reducing emissions growth — must be seized. But as stimulus legislation has progressed through the Congress it has become increasingly clear that the environmental failures in the bill are also economic failures. In making the stimulus dirtier, we’re also making it worse...

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Obama: Incompetence or redemption?

The Free Liberal
by Micah Tillman

02/05/09

Biden, Richardson, Geithner, Killefer, Daschle. As Obama continues to pick his disciples, the ‘Peter Ratio’ (the ratio of those who embarrass themselves to those who don’t) grows. ‘President’ = ‘Executive Branch Manager.’ We just lived through eight years of Bushian managerial incompetence. Now it looks like we’re in for another four. Or more. (What was it we heard about McCain being a third Bush term?)

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We've Got To Make Obama Do It!
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Belohnung für Versagen

Obama erteilt Gehaltszahlungen aus Steuersubventionen in Höhe von einer halben Million Dollar pro Person und Jahr seinen Segen.

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Next-up News Nr 826

- Appel de recherche site éligible à l'étude de faisabilité
deuxième écovillage européen EHS Zone Blanche Zone Santé.

- EHS Généralités.

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Do Americans Cherish Freedom Anymore?

by Pastor Chuck Baldwin

I am often guilty of using the term "freedom-loving Americans." But I think the question now needs to be asked, Do Americans really cherish freedom anymore? I believe an argument could be made that not many do. In fact, I doubt that most Americans today remotely understand what freedom--as envisioned by our Founding Fathers--even is. Freedom is......

//www.newswithviews.com/baldwin/baldwin490.htm

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In Updike’s America, are we still running from responsibility?
Christian Science Monitor

by Tom Ragan

02/06/09

While no death should be fitting, the passing of acclaimed writer John Updike last week seemed sadly scripted. The man who chronicled suburban America’s constant dilemma between duty and desire left us just as we’re coming to grips with the consequences of running from responsibility. Today, as the country tries to cope with vanishing jobs and declining confidence, some are dusting off the work of 20th-century economist John Maynard Keynes. We’d be better served by reading Mr. Updike’s 1960 novel, Rabbit, Run. A trillion-dollar stimulus may or may not dig us out of our dire straits. But this much is certain: Only if we face up to our obsession with instant gratification and the temptation to flee when times get tough can we begin to heal our national soul. If a plane safely crash-landing into the Hudson River can serve as a metaphor to something finally going right in America, then reading Updike is a sorry reminder of how good it used to be...

//www.csmonitor.com/2009/0206/p09s01-coop.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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TARP Recipients Paid $114 Million to Lobby Lawmakers

Tierney Plumb, Washington Business Journal: "Recipients of the $700 billion federal bailout package in the finance and auto sectors may view their contributions and lobbying as the smartest investments made in years, according to the Center for Responsive Politics."

//www.truthout.org/020509S



Paying for the Bailout: How Unnecessary Medical Procedures Are Taxing the System

Nora W. Coffey, The Women's International Perspective: "As we tighten our belts at home and abroad, we are all accountable for the burden of national debt we pass along to future generations. Local and international relief efforts for the poor are also feeling the pinch, which makes the search for ways to heal our broken economy a humanitarian effort."

//www.truthout.org/020509WA



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The Insolvency of the Fed

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What We Face Now Is a Depression

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The Return of Rightwing Paranoia

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Die verschwiegenen Details von Obamas Kurpaket

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