Mittwoch, 22. Juli 2009

CREW Sues Secret Service Over Refusal to Release White House Healthcare Exec Visitor Logs

//www.commondreams.org/newswire/2009/07/22-10



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Pakistan Objects to US Plan for Afghan War

//www.commondreams.org/headline/2009/07/22-3



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US Will Take 'Crippling Action' if Iran Becomes Nuclear, Says Clinton

//www.commondreams.org/headline/2009/07/22-4

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Hillary Peddles Worst Sort of Wares in India

To assist the corporate bottom line, the Obama Administration is peddling the worst sort of wares abroad.

//www.progressive.org/mag/pal072109.html



Clinton's 'defense umbrella' has murky history

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton set off tremors in the Middle East this week when she said a nuclear Iran could be contained by a U.S. "defense umbrella" - an offhand remark that appears to have emerged from obscure Washington policy debates and her own presidential campaign rhetoric.

//news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090725/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/us_clinton_iran_nuclear



Iran will strike Israel nuclear sites if attacked

Iran has the capability to strike Israel's nuclear sites firmly and will do so if it comes under attack, the head of the elite Revolutionary Guards Corps said on Saturday.

//snipurl.com/o2cz4


From Information Clearing House



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Did US Forces Watch Afghan Massacre?

//www.commondreams.org/headline/2009/07/22-7



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Staatsanwalt ermittelt gegen 480 Ärzte

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Next-up News Nr 1038

- France : EHS Refuge Zone Tests EMF Valuation / Évaluation CEM
//www.next-up.org/Newsoftheworld/EHS.php#1

Too Big to Fail or Failing to Think Big?

Seth Sandronsky, Truthout: "Do you recall last fall? Large Wall Street firms were going down as the crash of the housing market widened on Main Street. As lenders' losses and home foreclosures rose, the credit system froze up. This Big Freeze hammered businesses, consumers and workers."

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America's Wars: How Serial War Became the American Way of Life

David Bromwich, TomDispatch.com: "We have begun to talk casually about our wars; and this should be surprising for several reasons. To begin with, in the history of the United States war has never been considered the normal state of things. For two centuries, Americans were taught to think war itself an aberration, and 'wars' in the plural could only have seemed doubly aberrant. Younger generations of Americans, however, are now being taught to expect no end of war -- and no end of wars."

//www.truthout.org/072209C?n



Worst Case Scenario

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: "The torture debate in America got real three weeks ago. Oh, the debate has been around for years now, of course, ever since the photos of what happened in Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq came to light. Men covered in feces, bent double and lashed to bedframes, their faith humiliated by the menstrual blood smeared on their faces, their bodies savaged by dogs, and worse, reports of the rape of women and children."

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Bundeswehr in der Sackgasse

22. Juli 2009

Verteidigungsminister Jung verneinte heute abermals die Frage, ob sich Deutschland in Afghanistan im Krieg befände – doch durch den jetzigen Einsatz schwerer Waffen durch die Bundeswehr wird nun vollends offenkundig, was die vor Ort beteiligten Soldaten schon lange empfinden: Die Bundeswehr steckt in Afghanistan in einem Krieg, den sie nicht gewinnen kann. Dazu erklärt Helmut Scholz, Mitglied des Parteivorstandes und MdEP:

Die kontinuierliche Aufstockung des militärischen Potentials der ISAF-Truppen und die zunehmende Anzahl von Bodenoperationen in Verbindung mit Bombardierungen stehen im Gegensatz zu dem Ziel, Frieden in Afghanistan zu erreichen, und erhöhen vor allem die Zahl ziviler Opfer. Ein Abzug der deutschen Truppen, den DIE LINKE als einzige Kraft im Bundestag fordert, ist dringend geboten und wäre das einzig überzeugende Signal von deutscher Seite für das Interesse an einer echten Friedenslösung in Afghanistan. Statt mit an der Schraube der militärischen Eskalation zu drehen, sollte die Bundesregierung ihre Anstrengungen auf die Stärkung bürgernaher staatlicher und demokratischer Institutionen, die Stützung zivilgesellschaftlicher Strukturen und die Förderung des Dialogs konzentrieren. Denn fest steht: Die Bemühungen afghanischer zivilgesellschaftlicher Kräfte um Alternativen zu den vorherrschenden Clanstrukturen und der der Logik des Krieges folgenden Regierung Karsai werden durch den Militäreinsatz konterkariert. Dies ist insbesondere in Hinblick auf die anstehenden Wahlen in Afghanistan geboten. Deren erfolgreiche Durchführung kann der Bevölkerung ein wichtiges Signal geben, dass der langfristige Prozess der Bildung und Verwurzelung demokratischer Institutionen nicht gestoppt wurde. Im Blickpunkt einer nachhaltigen Konfliktlösungsstrategie muss zudem die Stabilisierung der Situation in Pakistan stehen, das als Rückzugsgebiet und Aktionsbasis der Taliban ein entscheidender Faktor bei der Lösung des Konfliktes ist. Die pakistanische Zivilbevölkerung in den betroffenen Regionen leidet wie auch die afghanische Bevölkerung unter der Einschüchterungspolitik der Taliban und den Militäroperationen von Armee und Geheimdienst. Tausende von Binnenflüchtlingen benötigen dringend Hilfe. Die Bundesregierung und andere europäischen Regierungen müssen endlich die längst versprochenen Hilfslieferungen auf den Weg bringen.

//www.die-linke.de/nc/presse/presseerklaerungen/detail/artikel/bundeswehr-in-der-sackgasse/

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Die Bundeswehr packt ihr Arsenal aus

„Es bleibt dabei: Weder der Verteidigungsminister noch der Generalinspekteur der Bundeswehr wollen von einem Krieg in Afghanistan sprechen. Dabei hat der Einsatz eine Eskalationsstufe erreicht, wie es sie seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg nicht mehr gab…“ Kommentar von Joachim Zepelin in der FTD vom 22.07.2009 //www.ftd.de/meinung/kommentare/:Kommentar-Die-Bundeswehr-packt-ihr-Arsenal-aus/543489.html


Afghanistan: Der Auftrag ist gewöhnungsbedürftig. Mehr Offensive als Verteidigung? - der Bundeswehreinsatz in Kundus

„Das klingt schon nach Krieg: Entscheidungsschlacht, schwerer Kampfeinsatz und Großoffensive - deutsche Zeitungsprosa des heutigen Tages…“ Artikel von Thomas Pany in telepolis vom 22.07.2009 //www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/30/30780/1.html


Afghanistankrieg: Bundeswehr-Gelöbnisse in Berlin und München

Artikel von Hans Fricke in Linkezeitung vom 22.7.09 //www.linkezeitung.de/cms/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=7081&Itemid=1

Siehe dazu:

Montag, 27. Juli 2009, 17:30 Uhr: Antimilitaristische Protestkundgebung auf dem Marienplatz

Donnerstag, 30. Juli 2009, 14 Uhr auf dem Marienplatz: GELÖBNIX – Öffentliches Rekrutengelöbnis der Bundeswehr


Verdi-Kundgebung am 30.07. in München

Am 30. Juli selbst hat ver.di München ganz in der Nähe des Gelöbnisses, beim Richard-Strauß-Brunnen in der Fußgängerzone/ Neuhauserstraße ab 11 Uhr bis mindestens 16:30 Uhr einen Infostand mit kleiner Bühne und Anlage.


Stellungnahmen gegen das Gelöbnis

Verdi München hat Stellungnahmen von teils prominenten Persölichkeiten gegen das Bundeswehr-Gelöbnis am 30. Juli in München gesammelt (pdf) //geloebnix.blogsport.de/images/090730Stellungnahmen.pdf


Kein Militärspektakel auf dem Marienplatz! Kein Werben fürs Sterben!

Aufruf von und bei Münchner Bündnis gegen Krieg und Rassismus //www.gegen-krieg-und-rassismus.de/geloebnix.html


Aktuelle Meldungen bei Gelöbnix //geloebnix.blogsport.de/


Bombodrom-Widerstand

Keine Kriegsvorbereitung im Bombodrom: Einsicht der Bundesregierung kommt besser spät als nie

„Minister Jung hat nach mehreren erfolgreichen Klagen gegen das Bombodrom heute darauf verzichtet, Revision einzulegen. Damit hat er das Projekt der Wiederaufnahme von Übungseinsätze der Luftwaffen verschiedener NATO- und EU-Staaten über dem Bombenabwurfplatz von Kyritz-Wittstock-Ruppin aufgegeben. Die Bundesregierung, die das Bombodrom zuvor als unverzichtbar darstellte, hat eine Niederlage hinnehmen müssen. Der Sieg der außerparlamentarischen und parlamentarischen Opposition nach 17 Jahren Auseinandersetzung garantiert nicht nur ein Leben ohne Militärlärm für die Bürger/innen vor Ort und den Schutz der Umwelt; er leistet auch einen Beitrag für eine friedlichere Welt…“ IMI-Standpunkt 2009/042 //www.imi-online.de/2009.php3?id=1986


Aus: LabourNet, 24. Juli 2009



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Making sense of Cheney’s madness

Consortium News
by Ivan Eland

07/21/09

The seeming irrationality behind the George W. Bush administration’s ‘against the grain’ (and the law) policies on torture, warrantless domestic surveillance, and now notification of Congress about CIA covert operations was not irrational at all. Most experts say that torture is counterproductive because the subject will tell the interrogator what he or she wants to hear to stop the pain and because many military people say that it merely revs up the opposition, gives them no incentive to surrender, and gives them every incentive to torture U.S. military personnel. Yet in the face of this mountain of authoritative opinion and the policy’s clear violation of international law and a U.S. criminal statute against torture, the Bush administration gleefully did it anyway...

//www.consortiumnews.com/2009/072009b.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Dismantling the temple

The Nation
by William Greider

07/15/09

The financial crisis has propelled the Federal Reserve into an excruciating political dilemma. The Fed is at the zenith of its influence, using its extraordinary powers to rescue the economy. Yet the extreme irregularity of its behavior is producing a legitimacy crisis for the central bank. The remote technocrats at the Fed who decide money and credit policy for the nation are deliberately opaque and little understood by most Americans. For the first time in generations, they are now threatened with popular rebellion. During the past year, the Fed has flooded the streets with money — distributing trillions of dollars to banks, financial markets and commercial interests — in an attempt to revive the credit system and get the economy growing again. As a result, the awesome authority of this cloistered institution is visible to many ordinary Americans for the first time. People and politicians are shocked and confused, and also angered, by what they see. They are beginning to ask some hard questions for which Federal Reserve governors do not have satisfactory answers...

//www.thenation.com/doc/20090803/greider


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Democrats irked by Obama signing statement

Associated Press

07/21/09

President Barack Obama has irked close allies in Congress by declaring he has the right to ignore legislation on constitutional grounds after having criticized George W. Bush for doing the same. Four senior House Democrats on Tuesday said they were ’surprised’ and ‘chagrined’ by Obama’s declaration in June that he doesn’t have to comply with provisions in a war spending bill that puts conditions on aid provided to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund...

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Bankensterben geht weiter

Während die gedopten Großbanken angeblich wieder Gewinne schreiben, geht das Bankensterben munter weiter.

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More bodies go unclaimed as families can't afford funeral costs

The weak economy is taking its toll, with an increasing number of bodies in Los Angeles County being cremated at taxpayers' expense.

//www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-me-unclaimed21-2009jul21,0,5379880.story


From Information Clearing House

Pakistan minister slams US drone strikes

"We said to the United States: 'You are a great champion of democracy, and here is a small democratic country with all voices saying stop the drones. I think the US must listen and must stop the drones," he said.

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The Afghan mission: going, going, gone?

//www.theglobeandmail.com/news/opinions/the-afghan-mission-going-going-gone/article1225033/


From Information Clearing House



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Suspicious of JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs?

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Blood and treasure: on understanding the real nature of war and government

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The Great Default

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US Withheld Data on Risks of Distracted Driving

More cell phone dangers hidden from the public

Here is another example of important research involving the use of cell phones, death and injuries, being hidden from the public.

Martin Weatherall
//www.weepinitiative.org


“No public health and safety agency should allow its research to be suppressed for political reasons,” he said. Doing so “will cause deaths and injuries on the highways.”


U.S. Withheld Data on Risks of Distracted Driving

By MATT RICHTEL

Published: July 20, 2009
//www.commondreams.org/headline/2009/07/21

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Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks
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Why Did the Feds Bury Data on Cell-Phone Dangers?
//www.motherjones.com/mojo/2009/07/federal-docs-hands-free-cell-phones-still-deadly


Informant: CGamba

Pay of Top Earners Erodes Social Security

Fund Expected to Be Exhausted in 2037

By Ellen E. Schultz

Executives and other highly compensated employees now receive more than one-third of all pay in the U.S.

//informationclearinghouse.info/article23115.htm



The Great Tax Con Job

By Thom Hartmann

Republicans are using the T-word - taxes - to attack the Obama healthcare program. It's a strategy based in a lie.

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Bernanke: "I Don't Know"

"Which Foreigners Got the Fed's $500,000,000,000?"

By Rep Alan Grayson

This is Congressman Alan Grayson questioning Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on $550B of loans to foreigners (or 'central liquidity swaps' in Federal Reserve-ese'). Which financial institutions received this money? Bernanke's answer: I don't know.

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Bernanke: "I Don't Know" Which Foreign Banks Were Given Half a Trillion

Grayson grills Fed chairman on destination of credit swaps

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke was confronted yesterday by Congressman Alan Grayson about which foreign banks were the recipients of Federal Reserve credit swaps, but he was unable to provide an answer as to where over half a trillion dollars had gone.

//www.prisonplanet.com/bernanke-i-dont-know-which-foreign-banks-were-given-half-a-trillion.html

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Half a trillion: Where did it go?
//www.brasschecktv.com/page/675.html



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Gingrich Declares: "I Am Not A Citizen Of The World"

By Linda Milazzo

The question is, how can this protectionist, elitist, and even racist declaration be in the best interests of America, which despite Mr. Gingrich's supremacist notion, is part of the global community?

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So Far From God, So Close to Wall Street

By Jeff Faux

Thanks to the people who brought you the Great Recession, the next Mexican revolution may come closer to home than you think.

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Deaths of U.S. Troops Exceed 5,000 in Wars

By Andrea Stone

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan reached two solemn milestones Monday: July has become the deadliest month for U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and the combined death toll surpassed 5,000.

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'Hello Mum, This Is Going To Be Hard For You To Read ...'

By Cyrus Thatcher

Here Rifleman Cyrus Thatcher, who was 19 when he was killed by an explosion near Gereshk seven weeks ago, tells his own story, through letters home and the last letter he left behind to bid farewell to his family - his mother Helena, father Robin and brothers Zac, 21, and Steely, 17.

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Obama, Change and The Missing Conversation

//www.commondreams.org/view/2009/07/21-11

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Obama, More Polished Than the Last Puppet

By Cindy Sheehan

Okay, so the United States of America has had a new puppet regime for six months now. I was never so much into giving Obama a "chance" and I think it's way past time to call Obama and his supporters out, like we called Bush and his supporters out. Our Presidents are merely puppets for the Robber Class and Obama is no exception.

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Obama’s free lunch is over

AntiWar.Com
by Philip Giraldi

07/23/09

I am one of those conservatives who has been inclined to cut President Barack Obama some slack on foreign policy and national security issues. I believe that he inherited a ‘worst possible’ international situation with the United States universally hated, two wars being lost and a third one waiting in the wings, an ‘ally’ in Israel with an elected government that was both racist and heedless of the national interest of its great benefactor, and anti-American populism on the march everywhere in Latin America. To be sure, Obama has moved quickly to change the ‘tone’ of the conversation, restoring civility with many of America’s neighbors and friends. He has demonstrated that he is serious about a Palestinian state and has established the principle that it is better to negotiate with adversaries than to start preventive wars. All of that granted however, President Obama has failed to carry out the change that he promised when he was running for office...

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Obama is delaying the economic recovery

The American Spectator
by Peter Ferrara

07/22/09

Don’t believe the Obama Administration rhetoric about how this economy has just turned out to be so difficult and they are doing the best they can. While the economy is still getting worse, the truth is the recovery is long overdue. The National Bureau of Economic Research dates this recession as starting some time during December, 2007. The longest recession since World War II was 16 months, with the average being 10 months. The current recession has now lasted 19 months. By this reckoning, we should have had a normal cyclical recovery at least 3 months ago...

//tinyurl.com/n7ncwo


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Seance on Wall Street

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US Military Presence Continues To Imperil Lives of Afghan Women

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To Investigate CIA You Must Target Cheney

//www.commondreams.org/view/2009/07/21-1

Justice Department Argues Against Releasing Cheney Interview
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First Steps Taken to Implement Preventive Detention, Military Commissions

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No Let-Up in US Drone War in Pakistan

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Next-up News Nr 1034 + 1036

- Parlement Fédéral Suisse: Initiative parlementaire de 54 Députés:
- "Réduire le niveau d'exposition aux rayonnements non ionisants"
- Demandes de création de zones refuges à 0,3 V/m pour EHS,
d'interdiction d'antennes relais à proximité d'écoles et lieux sensibles, . .

- Parlamento Svizzero - Iniziativa parlamentare (54 deputati)
- "Ridurre il livello di esposizione ai raggi non ionizzanti"
- Domanda di creazione di zone rifugi a 0,3 V/m, . . .

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