Montag, 13. Juli 2009

The Banks' Massive Theft

REP. DENNIS KUCINICH

progressive.org - Congress was taken for a ride, and the American people's wealth went with it.

//www.progressive.org/kucinich071109.html



The Right-Wing Prescription for Economic Recovery: Lionize the Rich and Demonize the Poor

alternet.org - Wing-nut commentary about the crisis blames the victims. As if things weren't already bad enough.

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Tell the Interior Secretary, "Put Wolves Back on the Endangered Species List"

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Aushöhlung des Datenschutzes für Hartz-IV-Antragsteller

Skandalöse Zustände bei der Bremer Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Integration und Soziales

„Der Datenschutz in der Hartz-IV-Verwaltung “BAgIS” (Bremer Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Integration und Soziales) sei zu beklagen. Persönliche Fragen würden im Wartebereich und in der Amtsstube vor ungezählten Zeugen erörtert - darunter fremde Sachbearbeiter, andere Hartz-IV-Kunden und die Leute vom Sicherheitsdienst. Dabei werde über ansteckende Krankheiten genauso gesprochen wie über Vorstrafen und sämtliche Vermögensverhältnisse des Antragsstellers und seiner “Bedarfsgemeinschaft”, berichtete der WESER KURIER online am 08.07.2009..“ Meldung bei Datensicherheit vom 8.7.09 //www.datensicherheit.de/aktuelles/aushoehlung-des-datenschutzes-fuer-hartz-iv-antragsteller-4342


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G8-Gipfel vom 8. bis 10. Juli in Italien

Es geht um zwei Grad Celsius

„Die Welt soll sich bis zum Jahr 2050 nicht mehr als zwei Grad Celsius erwärmen. Das ist das große Signal des diesjährigen G8-Gipfels. Damit setzten die Staats- und Regierungschefs den Rahmen für ein neues weltweites Klimaschutzabkommen am Ende des Jahres. Aber auch bei der Bewältigung der internationalen Wirtschafts- und Finanzkrise stimmten sich die Länder eng ab…“ Pressemitteilung der Bundesregierung vom 10.07.2009, dort auch weitere Dokumente //www.bundesregierung.de/nn_1264/Content/DE/Artikel/2009/G8/2009-07-10-g8-abschluss.html


G8: Drängen auf Doha-Runde entlarvt Krokodilstränen über Hungerkrise. Attac fordert Ende der Liberalisierung der Agrarmärkte

„Zum Ende des G8-Gipfels in Italien hat das globalisierungskritische Netzwerk Attac scharfe Kritik an den Beschlüssen der Staats- und Regierungschefs geübt. Die Globalisierungskritiker verurteilten insbesondere die Absicht der G8, die Doha-Runde der Welthandelsorganisation (WTO) im Jahr 2010 zu einem Abschluss zu bringen…“ Pressemitteilung von Attac Deutschland vom 10. Juli 2009 //www.attac.de/aktuell/presse/detailsicht/datum/2009/07/10/g8-draengen-auf-doha-runde-entlarvt-krokodilstraenen-ueber-hungerkrise/?cHash=9f0be55bd9


FIAN kritisiert G8-Strategie zur Hungerbekämpfung

„Zum Abschluss des G8-Gipfels in L'Aquila zieht die Menschenrechtsorganisation FIAN eine gemischte Bilanz. "Wir begrüßen die Zusage der G8, in den nächsten drei Jahren 20 Milliarden US-Dollar für die Landwirtschaft in Entwicklungsländern bereitzustellen", erklärte Ute Hausmann, Geschäftsführerin von FIAN Deutschland. Zugleich kritisierte sie Widersprüche in der G8-Strategie zur Hungerbekämpfung: "Solange die G8 die Länder des Südens zur Öffnung ihrer Märkte drängen, kann die Wiederbelebung der dortigen Landwirtschaft nicht gelingen."…“ Pressemitteilung zu G8 vom 10.7.2009 //www.schattenblick.de/infopool/gesell/fian/bfine118.html


Video G8: Manifestation against G8 in LAquila

Mehrere Tausend Menschen folgten dem Aufruf verschiedener politischer und sozialer Verbände zur großen Abschlusskundgebung am 10. Juli. Siehe Bericht zum Video bei indymedia //de.indymedia.org/2009/07/255881.shtml


Aus: LabourNet, 13. Juli 2009

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Die G8 und die Armutsbekämpfung – eine lange Liste ungelöster Probleme

Artikel von Jörn Kalinski bei Oxfam
//www.oxfam.de/a_631_aktuell.asp?id=292


Aus: LabourNet, 24. Juli 2009



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Verdi: "Sklaven-Zustände" in Callcenter

Tectum-Chef lässt gegen ver.di demonstrieren

"Wenn die Mitarbeiter sich gewerkschaftlich organisieren, mache ich den Standort dicht."Unter diesem Motto bezahlte Hubertus Küpper, Chef der Tectum-Call Center, heute dutzende seiner MitarbeiterInnen und zahlreiche Aussenstehende, um für seinen Standpunkt zu demonstrieren. Dabei suchte er sich die Zentrale von ver.di am Standort Bochum aus…“ Artikel von Markus Lawrenz auf Indymedia vom 10.07.2009 //de.indymedia.org/2009/07/255854.shtml


Tectum-Mitarbeiter demonstrieren gegen Verdi

„Verkehrte Welt – eine Protestaktion gegen die Gewerkschaft. Mit Rufen wie: "Wir brauchen Verdi nicht" und Plakaten demonstrierten am Freitag ungefähr 400 Mitarbeiter des Call Centers Tectum vor der Bochumer Verdi-Zentrale…“ Artikel auf DerWesten vom 10.07.2009 //www.derwesten.de/nachrichten/staedte/gelsenkirchen/2009/7/10/news-125259511/detail.html


Verdi: "Sklaven-Zustände" in Callcenter

„Mitarbeiter und Gewerkschafter beklagen untragbare Arbeitsbedingungen im Callcenter von „Tectum” in Gelsenkirchen. Es gebe extremen Druck und Schikanen. Der geschäftführende Gesellschafter des Unternehmens widerspricht: An den Vorwürfen sei nichts dran. „Nur wer selbst brennt, kann andere anzünden”, steht auf einem Schild, das ein Vorgesetzter an einem Faden befestigt und unter die Decke gehängt hat. Es ist nicht allein: Zu Dutzenden baumeln Sprüche in den Großraumbüros von Tectum über den Köpfen der Mitarbeiter. Die Gewerkschaft Verdi würde sagen: wie ein Damoklesschwert, denn sie lässt kein gutes Haar an dem Ückendorfer Unternehmen…“ Artikel von Michael Muscheid auf DerWesten vom 02.07.2009 //www.derwesten.de/nachrichten/staedte/gelsenkirchen/2009/6/30/news-124198000/detail.html


Aus: LabourNet, 13. Juli 2009



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Next-up News Nr 1031

- Opérateurs pollueurs (suite): Dr Roger Santini "Châteaux d'eau et Antennes relais"
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American Children in Poverty on the Rise

Annie Gowen, The Washington Post: "A growing number of American children are living in poverty and with unemployed parents, and are facing the threat of hunger, according to a new federal report released yesterday. According to 'America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being,' 18 percent of all children 17 and under were living in poverty in 2007 - up from 17 percent in 2006."

//www.truthout.org/071309F?n



Boxer Faces "Challenge of a Lifetime" on Climate Change Bill

Rob Hotakainen, McClatchy Newspapers: "If the Senate doesn't pass a bill to cut global warming, Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer says, there will be dire results: droughts, floods, fires, loss of species, damage to agriculture, worsening air pollution and more. She says there's a huge upside, however, if the Senate does act: millions of clean-energy jobs, reduced reliance on foreign oil and less pollution for the nation's children."

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Now Can We Investigate?

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: "President Obama is in the process of losing what may be the most important argument of his young administration. The argument is not about health care, bank bailouts, the economy, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, the environment or the auto industry, though arguments on these issues are indeed ongoing and hanging in the balance. No, the Obama administration is losing the argument about the past being less important than the future."

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“Staying the course” prolongs Afghan war

Cato Institute
by Malou Innocent

07/10/09

Many prominent opinion leaders, including Henry Kissinger, argue that America should not withdraw from Afghanistan because doing so would boost jihadism globally and make America look weak. They concede that the war in Central Asia will be long, expensive and risky, but nevertheless claim it is ultimately worth waging. But those arguments and countless others rarely withstand close scrutiny. From a strategic and economic perspective, no tangible gains could outweigh the costs of America maintaining an indefinite presence in Afghanistan. Indeed, such a course would be counterproductive, as the US military presence in the region strengthens the very jihadist forces it seeks to defeat and erodes America’s already tattered reputation abroad...

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Chips in official IDs raise privacy fears

Arizona Republic

07/12/09

Climbing into his Volvo, outfitted with a Matrics antenna and a Motorola reader he’d bought on eBay for $190, Chris Paget cruised the streets of San Francisco with this objective: To read the identity cards of strangers, wirelessly, without ever leaving his car. It took him 20 minutes. Zipping past Fisherman’s Wharf, his scanner downloaded to his laptop the unique serial numbers of two pedestrians’ electronic U.S. passport cards embedded with radio-frequency identification, or RFID, tags. Within an hour, he’d ’skimmed’ four more of the new, microchipped PASS cards from a distance of 20 feet. Increasingly, government officials are promoting the chipping of identity documents as a 21st-century application of technology that will help speed border crossings, safeguard credentials against counterfeiters and keep terrorists from sneaking into the country.

//tinyurl.com/nuk5hz


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

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ID Chips Raise Concerns Over Identity Theft
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Chips in official IDs raise privacy fears

This weekend millions of Americans learned about the dangers of RFID in driver's licenses and other identity documents, thanks to a major story by the Associated Press.

Here is a link to the article:

"Chips in official IDs raise privacy fears" //www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/12/AR2009071200705.html

The article is a lengthy, in-depth investigation of RFID in driver's licenses and passports by AP reporter Todd Lewan, the same tenacious investigator who broke the story about implanted microchips causing cancer a few years back.

Please take the time to read the article in its entirety. It clearly indicts the poor security on so-called "Enhanced Drivers Licenses" or EDLs, the border-crossing ID cards that have now been issued to nearly 200,000 Americans.

As I wrote in Scientific American last fall, EDL's contain RFID tags that can be read from 30-feet away by the government, marketers, criminals, and anyone else with an off-the-shelf reader -- right through a person's pocket, backpack, or purse. They can be used to track individuals, identify them for marketing purposes, or infringe their right to anonymously assemble and speak out against injustice.

My article can be found here:

"How RFID Tags Could Be Used to Track Unsuspecting People" //www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=how-rfid-tags-could-be-used

Todd Lewan's article cites many pro-liberty folks, including Mark Lerner of the Stop REAL-ID Coalition, Lee Tien of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), security researcher Chris Paget, and yours truly.

I was thrilled to see the article appear on the Drudge Report, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, the San Jose Mercury News, the Los Angeles Times, Fox News, Yahoo.com, and over 450 other newspapers and media outlets.

While EDL's are bad news, the good news is that the word is getting out. Please help us spread it even further by posting a link to the article on your website, blog, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Digg accounts and everywhere else.


Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D. Founder and Director, CASPIAN Consumer Privacy

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ACLU and Other Privacy Groups Ask Lawmakers to Oppose 'Pass ID Act'
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The Holder Trial Balloon: Abu Ghraib Redux

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Demolishing Appalachia

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Großbritannien will alle Briten gegen Schweinegrippe impfen

Resistenz gegen Tamiflu nach WHO "sporadisch".
//www.heise.de/tp/blogs/3/141884



Ausbau der biologischen Hochsicherheitslabore in Deutschland

Deutschland bereitet sich auf die Ankunft der Schweinegrippe und anderer Epidemien vor.

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Afghanistan: Der teure, nicht zu gewinnende Krieg

Nach einer verlustreichen Woche ist die Diskussion in Großbritannien über den Einsatz in Afghanistan neu entbrannt.

//www.heise.de/tp/blogs/8/141890

Soldiers Sue KBR for Chemical Exposure in Iraq

Kaitlynn Riely, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Nearly as soon as they arrived, people became sick - not just the soldiers, but also the KBR employees. First, Mr. Powell said, their noses would bleed and their skin would feel raw. They developed sore throats and skin sores and began to cough up blood. When asked, KBR told soldiers it must be allergies or a reaction to the sand."

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Obama's Tortured Democracy

Henry A. Giroux, Truthout: "By refusing to release photos of those tortured by US forces, Obama sadly continues yet another element of the Bush regime, organized around an attempt to regulate the visual field, to mandate what can be seen and modify the landscape of the sensible and visible. And equally important, as Judith Butler points out, the Obama administration's application of the state-secrecy privilege grants it the power to determine 'which lives count as human and as living, and which do not.'"

//www.truthout.org/071209R?n



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This $17 Trillion Divorce Won't Be a Pretty One

"China is beginning to cancel Congress's credit card," he told Fox News on June 10. It "doesn't want to lend much more money to the United States and especially is worried about the Fed's policy of printing money to buy new debt."

//www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&sid=aKLGZEc7qoqA



Hundreds of Thousands of Workers Will Lose Unemployment Benefits Soon

Workers laid off early in the downturn are soon to be left without the basic sustenance of an unemployment check.

//snipurl.com/n3w73



Mortgage defaults spread as even 'safe' borrowers falter

No longer is the real estate bust simply the result of exotic, subprime loans that doubled payments and blew up in homeowners' faces.

//www.sacbee.com/topstories/story/2017811.html



Credit Losses Rising Anywhere and Everywhere

The delinquency rate on U.S. mortgages surged to a record 9.12 percent in the first quarter of this year. Late payments rose in ALL categories, including prime fixed-rate loans, the absolute "cream of the crop" in the mortgage world.

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From Information Clearing House



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Inspectors General Confirm Bush Admin Carried Out Massive Illegal Surveillance, More Than Previously Known

A congressionally-mandated report by Inspectors General of five separate intelligence agencies confirms that the Bush administration carried out "unprecedented," massive surveillance activities beyond the warrantless wiretapping program that had previously been revealed.

//thinkprogress.org/2009/07/11/igs-massive-spying-program/



Bush Personally Ordered Visit to Ashcroft's Hospital Bed

George W. Bush personally ordered White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales and Chief of Staff Andy Card to visit an ailing Attorney General John Ashcroft in the hospital in March 2004 after Ashcroft's deputy Jim Comey refused to certify the warrantless surveillance program.

Just look at this profile in courage:
//washingtonindependent.com/50466/bush-personally-ordered-visit-to-ashcrofts-hospital-bed



Keith Olbermann: Bush Authorized Illegal Surveillance Beyond Wiretapping?



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US Needs to Listen to President Arias on its Role in Latin America

What Arias does say is: "This year alone, the governments of Latin America will spend nearly $50 billion on their armies. That's nearly double the amount spent five years ago, a ridiculous sum in a region where 200 million people live on fewer than $2 a day and where only Colombia is engaged in an armed conflict."

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Pakistan: US drone strikes futile

Interior Minister Rehman Malik , "They're getting mid-level people, not big fish," he said. "And they are counterproductive because they are killing civilians and turning locals against our government. We try to win people's hearts, then one drone attack drives them away. One attack alone last week killed 50 people."

//www.app.com.pk/en_/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=81319&Itemid=38



Stop bombing us: Osama isn't here, says Pakistan

Washington does not directly acknowledge its missile attacks on Pakistani territory by unmanned drone aircraft but Pakistani officials say the US has carried out more than 40 attacks inside its borders in the past 10 months, killing hundreds of people.

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No grounds to probe Afghan war crimes

Obama administration officials said Friday they had no grounds to investigate the 2001 deaths of Taliban prisoners of war who human rights groups allege were killed by U.S.-backed forces.

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The More Things "Change"...

By Tim Gatto

The truth is that political parties don't run this country, money does. Our entire political system is based on wealth. This has been true in some degree since the day we gained our independence, but it has never been as apparent as it is now.

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Practically On The Table'

By Ralph Nader

Face it, America. You are a corporate-controlled country with the symbols of democracy in the constitution and statutes just that - symbols of what the founding fathers believed or hoped would be reality.

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Lawmaker Won't Deny Secret CIA Program Was 'Cheney Assassination Ring'

By David Edwards and Ron Brynaert

When the committee was informed by Director Panetta, everyone was stunned across the board, Republicans and Democrats. As well as we should be in terms of having something absolutely concealed from all members of Congress. The top leadership of the Congress didn't know. So this is serious.

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More Democrats Call for Investigating the CIA

Alex Isenstadt, The Politico: "Calls for an investigation into the Central Intelligence Agency intensified this weekend amid revelations that former Vice President Dick Cheney ordered the concealment of a covert agency spy program from Congress. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) said that the Senate Intelligence Committee should 'absolutely' investigate the program."

//www.truthout.org/071209T?n

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CIA lies

CounterPunch
by Dave Lindorff

If this were the democracy that the Founding Fathers thought they were creating, word from CIA Director Leon Panetta that his agency had lied to Congress and specifically that it had lied repeatedly from 9-11-2001 through the end of 2008 concerning an as-yet undisclosed secret program, would have virtually every member of Congress in a state of rebellion, demanding answers...

//counterpunch.org/lindorff07102009.html



Calls grow for probe of CIA al Qaeda program

MSNBC

07/13/09

Congressional demands for an investigation grew on Monday over new disclosures that a secret CIA program to capture or kill al-Qaida leaders was concealed from Congress for eight years, perhaps at the behest of former Vice President Dick Cheney. The program, which never got off the ground and remains shrouded in mystery, was designed to target leaders of the terrorism network at close range, rather than with air strikes that risked civilian casualties, government officials with knowledge of the operation said Monday...

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

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How Bush and Cheney Revived the CIA's "Murder Inc."

About - News & Issues - New York, NY, USA

... the CIA had conducted in the early 1950s ("Project Artichoke") to develop interrogation and mind-control methods while using human guinea pigs. ...

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THE CIA Assassination Program

By Adam Serwer

Siobhan Gorman reports in the Wall Street Journal that the CIA program recently disclosed to Congress by Leon Panetta was designed to target high-level Al Qaeda leaders for assassination--something the CIA has been explicitly barred from doing since the Ford administration.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article23038.htm



Stop The Presses! The CIA Lied

By Emile Schepers

The C.I.A. was invented to spread lies, and to do a lot of other, worse things. It came into being after the end of the Second World War, when U.S. foreign policy was revamped to fight the Cold War, started out lying and has never stopped.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article23036.htm



Cheney, the CIA, and Congress: Now What?

By Mcjoan

Senators are shocked, shocked I say, to discover that Dick Cheney directed the CIA to lie to them about a post-9/11 intelligence program. Certainly no one could have foreseen that.

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The High Crimes of US Presidents

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Recession policies deeply unpopular in Western countries

//www.ufppc.org/content/view/8839/

Afghanistan building boom pouring billions into military
infrastructure

//www.ufppc.org/content/view/8840/


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Is Military Service Honorable?

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I Was Just Following Orders
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What Is Justice?
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