Dienstag, 4. August 2009

Government Fines And Harassment For People Who Refuse To Answer Intrusive Survey Questions

The state wants to know how many times you have been married, what time you leave work and how much is left on your mortgage

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Three million Americans are being forced to answer intrusive questions about their private lives under threat of home visits and fines by the government in the guise of The American Community Survey.


The Assault on the Black Middle Class


prospect.org - Sub-prime lending was racially targeted and demolished decades of progress made by America's most diligent and striving people of color. How will America make amends?



No More Nuclear War: Reflections on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

For the Sixty-Fourth Time: No More Nuclear War: Reflections on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Our World

Frida Berrigan, TomDispatch.com: "I can't help myself. I still think it's worth bringing up, even for the 64th time. I'm talking, of course, about the atomic obliteration, at the end of a terrible, world-rending war, of two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on August 6 and 9, 1945, whose anniversaries -- if that's even the appropriate word for it -- are once again upon us."



Dozens of Guantanamo Cases Referred to US Prosecutors

Devlin Barrett, The Associated Press: "Dozens of Guantanamo Bay detainee cases have been referred to federal prosecutors for possible criminal trials in the nation's capital, Virginia and New York City, officials told The Associated Press on Monday as a second strategy for trying the detainees emerged within the Obama administration."



Arcor heißt jetzt Vodafone


So wollen sie das Festnetz und die Kabellösungen immer mehr vertreiben und auf ihre Funklösungen den Schwerpunkt legen.


Menifee may hold off on new cell towers

10:00 PM PDT on Monday, August 3, 2009


The Press-Enterprise

The Menifee City Council will consider extending a ban on any new cell phone towers and may put limits on the size of guest houses at today's meeting set for 7 p.m. at City Hall.

According to a city report, the proposed moratorium on cell phone towers would give the city a chance to tighten current standards governing tower aesthetics and their proximity to homes, schools and parks.

Another goal of the moratorium would be to give the city time to address the electromagnetic emissions and noise generated by the ground-based equipment that accompanies the towers, according to the report.


Squalene: The Swine Flu Vaccine’s Dirty Little Secret Exposed



The decline and fall of the American empire

Financial Sense
by James Quinn


As was the case in the final stages of the Roman Empire , the unsustainable military, social, and political excesses have reached the point that, in combination, they are now likely to prove catastrophic...


Change you can freak out about

San Francisco Chronicle
by Mark Morford


This is the amazing thing about rabid global economic recessions combined with volatile environmental collapses combined with a tasty national identity crisis combined with a truly historic, revolutionary president combined with a gnawing sense that our species might not be long for this world after all combined with the overwhelming sense that something, somewhere, something big and meaty and interesting and maybe even profoundly and butt-shakingly unexpected, has got to give. This is the feeling: anything can happen. Nearly every day in this New Millennium Wonderland, we are swarmed by distressing, heartbreaking tales of woe and hardship and layoff, only to spin right around and read about something positive and uplifting and innovative emerging from it all, some unanticipated, rise-from-the-ashes kind of thing that whipsaws your perspective and pinches the nipples of your worldview...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


On the triviality of campaign promises

Zero Hedge
by Tyler Durden


Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and National Economic Council Director Larry Summers both sidestepped questions on Obama’s intentions about taxes. Geithner said the White House was not ready to rule out a tax hike to lower the federal deficit; Summers said Obama’s proposed health care overhaul needs funding from somewhere.”


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Stop Financing, Approving New Coal Plants



Oil Supplies Are Running Out Fast



Pentagon Eyes Accelerated 'Bunker Buster' Bomb



Military Killer Robots 'Could Endanger Civilians'


Carbon Credits: 'Curse Worse Than The Disease'



GI Resistance Under the Radar

Sarah Lazare, Truthout: "What do you do if you are a soldier being asked to fight a war you do not believe in? For two former soldiers whose unit was ordered to deploy to Iraq in April 2005, the answer came in the form of work slowdowns, letter-writing campaigns, and one-on-one organizing with fellow soldiers. The result: they helped prevent their unit from deploying to a war zone."



Die Bundeswehr sucht Nachwuchs und bedient sich dabei massiv ziviler Jugendmedien



Vampire Democracy



Rep. Congressman Grayson Demands Fed Accountability


Fed Independence Is a Myth


The States Gave the Federal Government Its Power


'Why Be Afraid of Government?': What Kind of Stupid Question Is That?

I Worked for the Government Today Without Pay

State-Biased Media


The deepening quagmire in Afghanistan


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news


Phone mast fury

Tuesday, August 04, 2009, 00:26

PROTESTORS claim planning laws may have been breached in relation to the approval of plans to build a mobile phone mast near four schools.

Campaigners battling against O2's plan top build at Wistaston, near Crewe, last night decided to send a four-page formal complaint to Cheshire East Council chief executive Erika Wenzel.

They were advised to take the step after presenting their concerns to the local government ombudsman.

Among their claims are that a petition with 300 signatures was ignored by planners, only a small number of residents were informed about the application and head teachers and governors of the nearby schools were not consulted, as required by legislation.



Protest meeting in fight against phone mast

11:40, Aug 3 2009

by Dave Fox, Crewe Chronicle

RESIDENTS are being invited to a protest meeting tonight (Monday) to fight a council decision to approve an O2 mobile phone mast on the corner of Valley Road and Readesdale Avenue in Crewe.



Crewe residents fighting O2 mobile phone mast plans take put their concerns to Cheshire East chief executive

Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, UK

CAMPAIGNERS fighting approved plans to build a mobile phone mast near four schools in Crewe are sending a four-page formal complaint to the chief executive ...




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