Mittwoch, 6. Mai 2009

DOJ Report Reaches "Damning" Conclusions for Bybee and Yoo

Jason Leopold, Truthout: "An ethics report prepared by H. Marshall Jarrett, head of the Justice Department's Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR), reached 'damning' conclusions about numerous cases of 'misconduct' in the advice attorneys John Yoo and Jay Bybee provided the Bush administration, according to legal and Congressional sources familiar with the findings and news reports. The report, which also may be critical of legal opinions authorizing domestic surveillance activities, recommends state bar associations conduct a review of Yoo and Bybee's legal work to determine whether they should face disciplinary action, including disbarment."

Next-up News Nr 947

Antennes relais, aide aux Associations et Collectifs pour sensibiliser: Envoyez un plan avec la localisation de la BST et les axes des 3 azimuts, vous recevrez une vue satellite en très haute résolution de l'impact des faisceaux et des lobes sur les populations riveraines.

- Antennes relais exemple sensibilisation avec alerte Riverains: extension de l'existant (UMTS)

Rund 100 Tote nach US-Luftangriffen

In der afghanischen Provinz Farah sind bei Angriffen der US-Luftwaffe etwa 100 Menschen getötet worden, darunter auch mindestens 30 Zivilisten. Es ist nach Darstellung der "Tagesschau" einer der blutigsten Angriffe auf Zivilisten seit dem Sturz der Taliban vor mehr als sieben Jahren. Das Internationale Komitee vom Roten Kreuz (IKRK) schickte ein Team in die betroffene Region, das offenbar einen grausamen Fund machte. "Was sie gesehen haben, waren Dutzende von Körpern", sagt eine Sprecherin des IKRK.


Raus aus Afghanistan!

„Und wieder ist ein deutscher Soldat in Afghanistan gestorben. Für was? Für eine verfehlte Außenpolitik. Denn die alliierten Truppen haben am Hindukusch keines ihrer Ziele erreicht. Fünf triftige Gründe für den Abzug der Bundeswehr…“ Artikel von Wolfram Weimer im Stern vom 30.04.2009!/662603.html

Warum die NATO in Afghanistan scheitert. Hintergrund-Interview mit Claudia Haydt – Informationsstelle Militarisierung (IMi)

„Kanzlerkandidat Steinmeier besuchte am 29. April Afghanistan, zwei Stunden später wurde ein Bundeswehr-Konvoi bei Kundus angegriffen, kurz darauf noch einer – Resultat: Ein toter und acht verletzte Soldaten. Am 5. Mai: ein erneuter Angriff auf die ISAF-Soldaten, die doch nach eigenem Bekunden nur „Wiederaufbauarbeit“ in dem Land leisten. Christian Heinrici unterhielt sich mit Claudia Haydt von der Informationsstelle Militarisierung über die Frage, was die immense Anzahl an Soldaten am Hindukusch überhaupt soll – die Redaktion…“ Interview von Christian Heinrici in NRhZ-Online - Neue Rheinische Zeitung - Online-Flyer vom 06.05.2009

Aus: LabourNet, 11. Mai 2009

Protect Yellowstone's Wild Buffalo

Leaked Agenda: Bilderberg Group Plans Economic Depression

Elitists divided on whether to quickly sink economy and replace it with new world order, or set in motion long, agonizing depression

Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, May 6, 2009

On the eve of the 2009 Bilderberg Group conference, which is due to be held May 14-17 at the 5 star Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel in Vouliagmeni, Greece, investigative reporter Daniel Estulin has uncovered shocking details of what the elitists plan to do with the economy over the course of the next year.

Brunshaw phone mast plan blocked

Published Date: 06 May 2009

BURNLEY councillors have blocked controversial plans for a mobile phone mast in the heart of Brunshaw after listening to concerns from residents.
At the latest meeting of Burnley Council's Development Control Committee, members refused the application, from Vodafone to install the mast in Rimington Avenue on the grounds it would affect the visual amenity of the area.


A.I.G. Bonuses Four Times Higher

Eamon Javers, The Politico: "The 2008 AIG bonus pool just keeps getting larger and larger. In a response to detailed questions from Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), the company has offered a third assessment of exactly how much it paid out in bonuses last year. And the new number, offered in a document submitted to Cummings on May 1, is the highest figure the company has disclosed to date. AIG now says it paid out more than $454 million in bonuses to its employees for work performed in 2008. That is nearly four times more than the company revealed in late March."

Electrosmog en PCB Magazine - Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

... sin embargo esta técnica puede conllevar a la contaminación por radiación electromagnética o comúnmente denominada “Electrosmog” sobre las tarjetas de ...

Town centre mast gets the go-ahead

Published: Wednesday, 6th May, 2009 3:19pm

Profile by Barrhead News Reporter

GREEN LIGHT: The phone mast will be in Main Street

A MOBILE phone company has been given the green light to erect a mobile telephone mast in the centre of Barrhead.

The plans by mobile giants Vodaphone to build the mast just off Main Street were accepted by the planning board at East Renfreshire council.

The mast will be the fourth in the town, two mobile phone masts have already been built in Thomson Farm on Gateside Road and another mast was built two years ago in Sharks Industrial estate.

Three years ago East Renfrewshire council objected to plans to build a mast near to Main Street.


Torture and Mr. Obama

by William Blum


Okay, at least some things are settled. When George W. Bush said ‘The United States does not torture,’ everyone now knows it was crapaganda. And when Barack Obama, a month into his presidency, said ‘The United States does not torture,’ it likewise had all the credibility of a 19th century treaty between the US government and the American Indians...

The reluctant enablers of torture

by Sheri Fink

The recent Senate Armed Services Committee report on the treatment of detainees captured during the Bush administration’s War on Terror revealed that several American military officers acted to stop harsh interrogations of prisoners. Likewise, the Senate report showed that psychologists versed in the military’s Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape ‘SERE’ program, which was meant to train American soldiers how to cope with torture if captured by the enemy, warned officials as early as 2002 that reverse-engineering SERE techniques for use on detainees could be ineffective and dangerous. What has been little noticed in the report is that the same psychologists helped develop the very interrogation policies and practices they warned against...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Allies in torture


Rudman: Deus ex Machina on Torture


The Faux Defense of Western Liberties from the Anti-Muslim, Mark Steyn Right

By Glenn Greenwald

One of the tactics endlessly used by America's right-wing warriors in their crusade against Islamic radicalism is the pretense that they are motivated by a defense of core Western freedoms, particularly free speech rights.

What swine flu reveals about the culture of fear

by Frank Furedi


When Margaret Chan, head of the World Heath Organization, raised the pandemic threat alert from four to five in response to the swine flu outbreak, she had no qualms about using the language of fear. ‘All of humanity is under threat,’ she declared. When, in the future, historians look back on this performance of fear, and on the swine flu panic more broadly, they will surely ask themselves: was Chan speaking as a public health official or as a moral entrepreneur?

Flu overhyped? Some say officials “cried swine”

Quincy Patriot Ledger


Did government health officials ‘cry swine’ when they sounded the alarm on what looked like a threatening new flu? The so-far mild swine flu outbreak has many people saying all the talk about a devastating global epidemic was just fear-mongering hype. But that’s not how public health officials see it, calling complacency the thing that keeps them up at night...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Seven - not 159 - swine flu deaths in Mexico

Typical media hype!


And More!

From The Times

May 1, 2009

AstraZeneca in US talks over swine flu vaccine as profits leap 40%

Tom Bawden

AstraZeneca is in talks with health authorities in America about developing a vaccine for swine flu.

JAKARTA - INDONESIAN Heath Minister Siti Fadilah Supari said on Tuesday the deadly swine flu virus could have been man-made, as she urged calm over its spread around the world.

Swine Flu Martial Law Bill Clears In Massachusetts
The new Senate version would allow the public health commissioner — in a public health emergency — to close or evacuate buildings, enter private property for investigations, and quarantine individuals.

What seems suspicious to me is the hybrid origin of the viral fragments found in H1N1 influenza. According to reports in the mainstream media (which has no reason to lie about this particular detail), this strain of influenza contains viral code fragments from:

• Human influenza
• Bird Flu from North America
• Swine flu from Europe
• Swine flu from Asia

This is rather astonishing to realize, because for this to have been a natural combination of viral fragments, it means an infected bird from North America would have had to infect pigs in Europe, then be re-infected by those some pigs with an unlikely cross-species mutation that allowed the bird to carry it again, then that bird would have had to fly to Asia and infected pigs there, and those Asian pigs then mutated the virus once again (while preserving the European swine and bird flu elements) to become human transmittable, and then a human would have had to catch that virus from the Asian pigs -- in Mexico! -- and spread it to others. (This isn't the only explanation of how it could have happened, but it is one scenario that gives you an idea of the complexity of such a thing happening).

There is no excuse. According to the scientific network PROMED, Baxter International Inc. in Austria "unintentionally contaminated samples with the bird flu virus that were used in laboratories in 3 neighbouring countries, raising concern about the potential spread of the deadly disease". Austria, Germany, Slowenia and the Czech Republic - these are the countries in which labs were hit with dangerous viruses. Not by bioterrorist commandos, but by Baxter. In other words: One of the major global pharmaceutical players seems to have lost control over a virus which is considered by many virologists to be one of the components leading some day to a new pandemic. Was it H5N1, or the even more risky H3N2? And what about the BSL3-Standards Baxter is operating when handling the viruses? What happened? And who failed? by Vlad Georgescu

Dr Horowitz: Mexican”Swine” Flu Made in Lab

Posted by: Clare Swinney ‧ April 30, 2009 ‧ Post a comment
tagsTags: 1918 Spanish flu, bioengineer, CDC, chickens, DNA, Dr James Robertson, Dr Len Horowitz, Dr Rick Bright, EMEA, genocide, H1N1, H5N1, Horowitz, human, Mexican, NIBCC, Novavax, novel, Rick Bright, swine, swine flu, vaccine, Vaccines, Virology, WHO Posted in: Health, News, Politics, Science

In this special report at YouTube, medical researcher Dr Leonard horowitz2Horowitz says that the evidence the Mexican “swine” flu was created in a laboratory and released deliberately is undeniable. Link to the text related to this here.

Author of Emerging Viruses: AIDS And Ebola: Nature, Accident or Intentional?, Horowitz says the swine-bird-human flu strain, reported to be found first in Mexico in late-March 2009, could have only come from Dr James S. Robertson and his colleagues in association with the US Centre for Disease Control and vaccine manufacturer Novavax, Inc, which was ready to profit from the release he says. Nobody else takes H5N1 Asian-flu infected chickens, takes them to Europe, extracts their DNA, combines their proteins with H1N1 viruses from the 1918 Spanish flu isolate, additionally mixes in some swine-flu genes from pigs, then reverse engineers them to infect humans, he said.

A report in Medical News Today revealed that Novavax was working on a vaccine for an avian flu pandemic in 2005 and an article at mentioned they began human clinical testing of a pandemic flu vaccine in August 2007. Also, in a news release dated the 14th of April 2009, shortly after the first reported case of “swine flu”, their vaccine was being touted as being able to protect against the “highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza strain.” Stated the Vice President of Vaccine Development for Novavax in this report, the vaccine “has significant implications for both pre-pandemic and pandemic preparedness.”


Creating fear to control the population: Flu pandemic and the new world order


Deadlier than swine flu...

AsiaOne - Singapore

Since January, more than 13000 people have died of complications from seasonal flu, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's weekly ...

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Piggish Capitalism Endangers Us All

We can’t subsidize the banks forever

Wall Street Journal
by Matthew Richardson & Nouriel Roubini


The results of the government’s stress tests on banks, to be released in a few days, will not mark the beginning of the end of the financial crisis. If we are to believe the leaks, the results will show that there might be a few problems at some of the regional banks and Citigroup and Bank of America may need some more capital if things get worse. But the overall message is that the sector is in pretty good shape. This would be good news if it were credible. But the International Monetary Fund has just released a study of estimated losses on U.S. loans and securities. It was very bleak — $2.7 trillion, double the estimated losses of six months ago. Our estimates at RGE Monitor are even higher, at $3.6 trillion, implying that the financial system is currently near insolvency in the aggregate. With the U.S. banks and broker-dealers accounting for more than half these losses there is a huge disconnect between these estimated losses and the regulators’ conclusions...

Insolvent banks should feel market discipline

Financial Times
by Matthew Richardson and Nouriel Roubini


Joseph Schumpeter famously argued that the essence of capitalism was creative destruction, by which new economic structures are born from the rubble of older ones. The government stress tests on the 19 largest US banks … could have facilitated this process. The opportunity looks likely to be missed. The tests, which measure how viable banks are under adverse economic conditions, have no ‘failed’ category, even if as many as 10 are reported to need additional capital. … Once again, the question will be how the near-insolvent banks can be kept afloat, to avoid systemic risk. But the question we really should be asking is: why keep insolvent banks afloat?

A major investment risk: Congress at work

Christian Science Monitor
by Eric Singer


How much money did you lose last year? If you’re like most Americans, your retirement funds, college savings accounts, and any other investments tied to stocks suffered greatly. It didn’t have to be this way. You could have followed a simple investment rule that would have spared you from much of the past year’s losses. You could have invested only when Congress is on vacation. It may sound a little crazy, but I am totally serious. When Congress works – and by ‘works’ I mean ‘meddles’ — it destroys wealth. When Congress doesn’t work, wealth grows by itself. … As government power and influence grow, the trend has intensified in recent years. From 2000 through 2008, in-session performance of the S&P is –12.4 percent. The out-of-session performance: +8.8 percent...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Autoren appellieren gegen die Netzkontrolle durch das neue Internetgesetz

Der Weg der Hypo Real Estate in die Pleite

Victim of Amerika

Texas Police Shake Down Drivers

The Story of American Revisionism

Poverty, Tendency to Self-Medicate Help Drive Up Flu Deaths in Mexico

Joshua Partlow and William Booth, The Washington Post: "... a critical factor, according to specialists here, is that flu victims have delayed checking into hospitals until their condition has deteriorated so much they cannot be saved. While medicines are plentiful and cheap at Mexican pharmacies, swine flu antiviral medication was often not available or prohibitively expensive."

Murtha's Nephew Got Defense Contracts

Carol D. Leonnig and Alice Crites, The Washington Post: "... last year, Murtech received $4 million in Pentagon work, all of it without competition, for a variety of warehousing and engineering services. With its long corridor of sparsely occupied offices and an unmanned reception area, Murtech's most striking feature is its owner - Robert C. Murtha Jr., 49. He is the nephew of Rep. John P. Murtha, the Pennsylvania Democrat who has significant sway over the Defense Department's spending as chairman of the House Appropriations defense subcommittee."

Bad Trouble in Pakistan

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: "The situation in brief: Pakistan for years has been a nation in turmoil, run by a shaky government supported by a corrupted system, dominated by a blatantly criminal security service, and threatened by a large fundamentalist Islamic population with deep ties to the Taliban in Afghanistan. All this is piled atop an ongoing standoff with neighboring India that has been the center of political gravity in the region for more than half a century. The fact that Pakistan, and India, and Russia, and China all possess nuclear weapons and share the same space means any ongoing or escalating violence over there has the real potential to crack open the very gates of Hell itself."

Masts threaten heritage

Wednesday, 06 May 2009


Howick and Botany Times

NOT HERE: Geraldine Kasper talks to workers about cellphone towers at Page Point. Times photo Wayne Martin.

ASSURANCES from city councillors may do little to prevent telecommunication equipment being put into a heritage area.

Angry resident Geraldine Kasper contacted the Times when a cherry picker vehicle turned up at Page Point, Mellons Bay.

Workers told her they were testing for transmission signals and investigating options two houses away from her home, where neighbours have put up a sign protesting against cellphone towers.

“We’ve had a lot of communication from NZ Communications and we’ve been fighting this,” says Mrs Kasper.


Next-up News Nr 946

- Dossier :
- Arrêté de fermeture temporaire d'école à cause d'antennes relais d'Orange trop proches.
- Jacques Krabal, Maire de Château Thierry met en œuvre le principe de précaution.
- Motion Antennes relais du Conseil Municipal de Château Thierry (rapport BioInitiative)
- France 3: Antennes relais école Arrêt du maire application du Principe de Précaution (vidéo HD)
- Aisne TV: Antennes relais Réunion publique sur un projet d'Orange ... existant !! (reportage vidéo)

- l'Union : L'antenne relais orange émet toujours . . . L'école des Chesneaux ferme ce matin.


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