Montag, 28. Dezember 2009

Next-up News Nr 1174+1176

- Dossier "Téléphonie Mobile et Saignements de nez" (avec témoignages et vidéos)

El expediente : Telefonía móvil y hemorragias nasales

We’re all terrorists now

Center for a Stateless Society
by Dave Chappell


The man at the end of the street doesn’t talk to his neighbours much because he likes to keep himself to himself. He pays with cash because he doesn’t have a bank card, and he keeps his curtains closed because he lives on a bus route. The man who sits two desks down from you at work looks at on-line aerial photos because he’s thinking of moving house. He rents three lock-ups full of his mothers things he just can’t throw out. He paid for a flight with cash — but that’s because he’s a spontaneous kind of guy. This may all mean nothing — but together it could all add up to you having suspicions. We all have a role together in combating terrorism. If you see anything suspicious then call the confidential anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321. If you suspect it, report it!...

Three-year-old arrested as “suspected terrorist”

Daily Mail [UK]


A three-year-old was arrested as a suspected terrorist and held at a French police station for more than two hours, it emerged today. The child — identified only as Daniel — is the son of an illegal immigrant from the Paris suburb of Juvisy. Last Thursday the pair were arrested as they returned to their car after visiting a leisure centre. Police officer claimed they were carrying out routine vehicle checks before arrested both father and son. They were taken to Juvisy Police Station where, after 20 minutes, they were split up...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


One Day We'll All Be Terrorists
By Chris Hedges

This corruption of our legal system, if history is any guide, will not be reserved by the state for suspected terrorists, or even Muslim Americans. In the coming turmoil and economic collapse, it will be used to silence all who are branded as disruptive or subversive.

Fighting for the Family of Man

By Peter Chamberlin

American foreign policy is a pathological assault upon the rest of the human race. Anyone with an unsuppressed conscience, a true love of his or her country, or an ounce of human decency has to be disturbed to the point of exploding over what is being done by American hands.

The Economic Crisis Ends; the Political Crisis Begins

By Shamus Cooke

First Iceland, then Ireland, now Greece. Much of Europe is mired in inescapable debt and bankrupt nations, the result of crashing banks, bank bailouts, and soaring unemployment. The U.S. and U.K. watch from a distance, knowing their turn is next.

Profits for us, losses for you

Obama is failing

Cataloging our hope and missed chances

Boston Globe
by James Carroll


History is the mechanism by which humans learn from the past, and turn dreams of the future into action…. What is the sum total of the last year? And what do we expect of the year to come? … One year ago, America was in the grip of a collective euphoria tied to political transformation. It seems fair to say that even many who had not voted for Barack Obama felt the pull of hope that was changing how the nation was both seen, and saw itself. If that hope has not been dashed, precisely, the euphoria is certainly gone...

Why war will take no holidays in 2010

The Nation
by Tom Engelhardt


Excuse the gloom in the holiday season, but I feel like we’re all locked inside a malign version of the movie Groundhog Day. You remember, the one in which the characters are forced to relive the same twenty-four hours endlessly. Put more personally, TomDispatch started in November 2001 as an e-mail to friends in response to the first moments of our latest Afghan War. More than eight years later… well, you know the story. Worse yet, the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll indicates that a startling 58 percent of Americans, otherwise in a mighty gloomy mood, support the president’s latest ’surge’ in Afghanistan, which will extend that war into the dismal future. And worse than that, in Afghanistan as in Iraq, from the point of view of official Washington, next year won’t really count for much. The crucial decisions on both wars will evidently leapfrog 2010. So, on that score, we might as well just mark the year off on our calendars now...

We’re on a fool’s errand in Afghanistan

Las VegasReview Journal
by Vin Suprynowicz


Peace on earth, good will toward men. Fine sentiments. But as citizens of a republic, can we really assume we’ll be held forever blameless for the actions of our government? Barack Obama, who if he were not in office would be applying for a Community Development Block Grant to stage anti-war rallies in Chicago, just authorized sending 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan. But it’s OK: He promises to pull them out in 18 months — soon enough to guarantee they can’t actually accomplish anything...

Of Christmas, war and peace

Human Events
by Patrick Buchanan


‘And this shall be a sign unto you: You shall find the infant wrapped in swaddling clothes, and laid in a manger. And suddenly there was with the Angel a multitude of the heavenly army, praising God, and saying: Glory to God in the highest and on earth, peace to men of good will.’ Here the argument begins. Is it biblical to say, ‘Peace on earth and good will to men,’ which is inclusive but inexact? Or does that dilute and distort the meaning of ‘Peace on earth to men of good will,’ which is restrictive?

Obama is failing

Ayn R. Key
by Ayn R. Key

Although Obama supporters continue to tell all doubters that it is far too early to judge whether Obama has been a successful president or not, and indicate that for the foreseeable future it will still be too early, there are indications that he has indeed become a failure in spite of all his good intentions...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

U.S. quietly takes terror war to Yemen



In the midst of two unfinished major wars, the United States has quietly opened a third, largely covert front against Al Qaeda in Yemen. A year ago, the Central Intelligence Agency sent many field operatives with counterterrorism experience to the country, according a former top agency official. At the same time, some of the most secretive Special Operations commandos have begun training Yemeni security forces in counterterrorism tactics, senior military officers said...

US, Yemen reviewing targets for possible strike



The U.S. and Yemen are now looking at fresh targets in Yemen for a potential retaliation strike, two senior U.S. officials told CNN Tuesday, in the aftermath of the botched Christmas Day attack on an airliner that al Qaeda in Yemen claims it organized. The officials asked not to be not be identified because of the sensitive nature of the information. They both stressed the effort is aimed at being ready with options for the White House if President Obama orders a retaliatory strike...

What has happened to the billions of dollars spent on aviation security?

ABC News


Nearly 10 years after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, questions continue to be raised on security: How should Americans feel about the tens of billions of taxpayer dollars spent to beef up aviation security? And what about all those hours we’ve spent waiting on lines, taking off our shoes and surrendering our liquids and gels — have they been worth it? After the Christmas near-miss, when officials say a 23-year-old Nigerian man carrying explosives nearly succeeded in detonating himself on board a trans-Atlantic flight, many experts say Americans should be outraged...

Next stop: Yemen

by Justin Raimondo


The abortive efforts of the ‘panty-bomber’ have inspired the War Party to focus on a new front in our ongoing and seemingly permanent ‘war on terrorism’: Yemen, a godforsaken outpost of medievalism and sun-scorched desert on the northern shores of the Red Sea, is now taking center stage as al-Qaeda’s latest purported stronghold. Taking advantage of the outcry following the panty-bomber’s near-deadly escapade, the Yemeni government is calling on the US for yet more aid and assistance — in addition to the tens of millions already being pumped into that country — to fight ‘terrorism,’ and specifically al-Qaeda, which is said to have around 300 fighters hiding somewhere in Yemen’s isolated and virtually inaccessible outback...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


CIA present in Yemen since 2008: Report

Mohamed al-Anisi had told the Saudi Arabian newspaper Okaz that the Yemeni forces were cooperating with the US military on attacks against al-Qaeda camps.

Senator Lieberman calls for 'preemptive' attack on Yemen

"Iraq was yesterday's war," Lieberman explained. "Afghanistan is today's war. If we don't act preemptively, Yemen will be tomorrow's war. That's the danger we face."

The NEXT War?

Warmongers, like Lieberman - clearly believe that merely dropping bombs on people is effective.

Obama Takes 'War on Terror' to Yemen

By Simon Tisdall

Barack Obama's steely vow to hunt down all those responsible for the attempted bombing of an American airliner on Christmas Day has left a crucial question unanswered: whether it was his personal order to US military forces to attack two suspected al-Qaida bases in Yemen with cruise missiles on 17 December that triggered a "revenge" terrorist operation against the Northwest Airlines plane one week later.

Attack Yemen?

By Congressman Ron Paul

"It's time the American people woke up and started realizing that there's a bit of propaganda going on and quite possibly this incident will not only undermine our personal liberties but will also accelerate our intervention and the violence occurring in the Middle East"...

Cause and Effect in the 'Terror War'

By Glenn Greenwald

If you count our occupation of Iraq, our twice-escalated war in Afghanistan, our rapidly escalating bombing campaigns in Pakistan and Yemen, and various forms of covert war involvement in Somalia, one could reasonably say that we're fighting five different wars in Muslim countries.

Detroit Airliner Terror Incident

A Convenience Theory

By Grant Lawrence

I am not one that sees conspiracies everywhere, but I do like a good Convenience Theory. Like the one that is coming together out of the botched terror attempt by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to blow up an airliner in Detroit just as it was arriving.

US, Yemen gear up for flight 253 "retaliatory" strike

Washington and Sana'a are reviewing targets for a possible retaliation strike on Yemeni soil in the wake of a failed Christmas Day attack on a Detroit-bound airliner, which al-Qaeda in Yemen claims to have organized.

The Strange Case of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab

The closer one looks at the available evidence surrounding the strange case of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the more sinister alleged "intelligence failures" become. As this story unfolds it is becoming abundantly clear that U.S. security officials had far more information on the would-be lap bomber than we've been told.

British intelligence warned US about Abdulmutallab in 2008

British government on Monday claimed the country's intelligence agencies had given the United States information about the failed Nigerian plane bomber long before his attempted attack on Christmas day.

The Man In Orange

My wife Lori and I were passengers and innocent victims of Northwest Flight 253 (Flight 253). - What I would like to emphasize in this article is that not only did we almost lose our lives in the air, but we also almost lost our lives after our plane landed. Let me explain.

From Information Clearing House


Authorities Quietly Reverse Underwear Bomber Official Story

Eyewitness Kurt Haskell's description of accomplice vindicated after weeks of denial

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, January 28, 2010

Authorities have quietly reversed the official story behind the Christmas Day underwear bomber attack and acknowledged that an accomplice was involved, despite weeks of denial and derision of eyewitness Kurt Haskell’s description of a sharp-dressed man who helped Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab board Flight 253 in Amsterdam.


Obama ignores AQAP statement that NW 253 attack was riposte to US killing of civilians in Yemen

Civilians killed in US strike on Yemen systematically omitted from media narratives

UPI reports suspicions NW 253 episode intended as PR to promote US's Yemen campaign

US all too eager to back vile government in Yemen to attack overblown threat

Official rebuttals to eyewitness challenges to NW 253 narrative leave unanswered questions

NW 253 eyewitness charges cover-up of Abdulmutallab accomplice, 2nd passenger arrest


Christmas Kamikaze

Some Things We Learned in 2009

Lieberman: Next Stop on the War on Terror Express: Yemen

The Old False-Flag Trick?


Aborted Bombing Puts Yemen in the Limelight


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