Montag, 4. Januar 2010

Next-up News Nr 1191+1192

- Serge Sargentini Next-up organisation: "Téléphonie mobile et vraies pandémies"

- Sergio Sargentini de la Organizatión Next-up: "Téléfonía móvil y auténticas pandemias"

East Lancs phone mast sites revealed

Lancashire Telegraph

By Chris Hopper

MOBILE phone masts have been installed in East Lancashire's public buildings - including schools and even a hospital - without the ...

Allround-System für europäische Homeland Security

„In Wuppertal regt sich Widerstand gegen die Beteiligung der Universität am EU-Überwachungsprojekt INDECT. Auch das Bundeskriminalamt forscht mit. Unter dem Titel Intelligentes Informationssystem zur Unterstützung von Überwachung, Suche und Erkennung für die Sicherheit der Bürger im städtischen Raum basteln europäische Polizeien gemeinsam mit Unternehmen und Hochschulen am fünfjährigen Projekt INDECT. Im Konsortium mit Partnern aus 10 Ländern dominieren Firmen mit Überwachungstechnik aus Deutschland und Österreich. INDECT ist eines von 45 Projekten des "Europäischen Sicherheitsforschungsprogramms"…“ Artikel von Matthias Monroy in telepolis vom 04.01.2010

26C3: Hacker machen gegen Rundum-Ausspähung mobil

„Andy Müller-Maguhn, früherer Sprecher des Chaos Computer Clubs (CCC), gab der auf dem 26. Chaos Communication Congress (26C3) versammelten Hackergemeinde am gestrigen Abschlusstag Einblicke in den seiner Ansicht nach immer mächtiger werdenden industriell-politischen Überwachungskomplex. Nach Angaben des CCC-Veterans sind technische, vor allem für Geheimdienste und andere Sicherheitsbehörden tätige Dienstleister für sogenannte Intelligence Support Systems (ISS) und Politiker eine unheilige Allianz eingegangen, um unter dem Aufhänger der Kriminalitäts- und Terrorismusbekämpfung das Verhalten mehr oder weniger verdächtiger Bürger mit ausgefeilten Methoden aufzuzeichnen und zu analysieren…“ Bericht vom 31.12.2009 bei heise online

Aus: LabourNet, 4. Januar 2010


Fliegende Kameras für Europas Polizeien

Neues Dokument gibt tiefere Einblicke in das EU-Sicherheitsforschungsprojekt INDECT.Überwachung

The future of air travel

An Introspective Look at the Future of America

Is the Fed Juicing the Stock Market?

By Mike Whitney

Policymakers seem to believe that blanket government guarantees and stock market manipulation are enough to forestall another disaster. But critics think that a day of reckoning is fast approaching.

An Introspective Look at the Future of America

By Craig Harris

Late in 2008 and throughout 2009, events have happened in the US which would have been labeled unfathomable just a few short years ago, and yet already these monumental changes are expected to be filed into the memory hole and Americans are expected to believe nothing has changed.

Which Way to the Bastille?

By David Glenn Cox

Who do we throw our shoes at now? Does Wal-Mart have everyday low low prices on torches and pitchforks? Made in China of course, but the question is a serious one, what are we going to do, in this country, about a government that refuses to acknowledge our distress?


What next?

Foundation for Economic Education
by Sheldon Richman


Today there are few inhibitions on using government — yes, force — to solve economic problems. This is not something that developed over the last year. It’s been true for a long while, regardless of which political party was in power. But any remaining inhibitions weaken during perceived crises, as Robert Higgs shows in his classic, Crisis and Leviathan. When White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel said in the early days of the Obama administration that the economic crisis should not be ‘wasted,’ he was simply verbalizing what politicians and social engineers have long understood: When people are insecure, they are more willing to take orders...

What I learned this decade

The Partial Observer
by James Leroy Wilson


Apathy isn’t what ruined America. The people who were into Britney Spears gossip didn’t start wars or get us into the sub-prime mortgage mess. The people who coveted LaDanian Tomlinson for their fantasy football team didn’t write memos justifying torture and warrantless surveillance. It is, rather, the opinion makers and partisan followers of both sides, who believed the President can redeem a nation, who have supported the policies that have destroyed America’s freedom, power, good will, and prosperity in the space of a decade. THEY are, and always will be, the problem...

The degrading effects of terrorism fears

by Glenn Greenwald


This is what inevitably happens to a citizenry that is fed a steady diet of fear and terror for years. It regresses into pure childhood. The 5-year-old laying awake in bed, frightened by monsters in the closet, who then crawls into his parents’ bed to feel Protected and Safe, is the same as a citizenry planted in front of the television, petrified by endless imagery of scary Muslim monsters, who then collectively crawl to Government and demand that they take more power and control in order to keep them Protected and Safe. A citizenry drowning in fear and fixated on Safety to the exclusion of other competing values can only be degraded and depraved...

Free eBook: It’s The End of the World as we Know it

Survivalist Blog
by MD Creekmore


Yes it’s true! I’ve put together an E Book on how to survive the end of the world as we know it! And it’s available for sale today! Don’t miss this chance to grab your copy at the special price of zero dollars! That’s right! My E Book is absolutely FREE!

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


An American World of War: What to Watch for in 2010

Tom Engelhardt and Nick Turse, "According to the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger. We don't name our years, but if we did, this one might prospectively be called the Year of the Assassin ... Although our country delivers war regularly to distant lands in the name of our 'safety,' we don't really consider ourselves at war (despite the endless talk of 'supporting our troops'), and the money that has simply poured into Pentagon coffers, and then into weaponry and conflicts is, with rare exceptions, never linked to economic distress in this country."


America's Unhappy New Year

The myth of national security

5 Myths about Keeping America Safe from Terrorism

By Stephen Flynn

The greatest threat isn't posed by the direct harm terrorists could inflict; it comes from what we do to ourselves when we are spooked. It is how we react -- or more precisely, how we overreact -- to the threat of terrorism that makes it an appealing tool for our adversaries.

US General Urges Strip Search of Muslim Men

By Press TV

A retired US general and member of Iran Policy Committee (IPC) says all 18 to 28 years old Muslim men should be strip searched at airports as "one of these bombers" will explode an airliner in the coming days.

Al-Qaida Uses U.S., U.S. Plays Along

By William Pfaff

It is not widely understood that the policy objective of al-Qaida is not to attack the Western countries, an objective that would accomplish nothing for the cause. - The ultimate purpose of al-Qaida is to bring about an upheaval in the Islamic world in which Islam can be rescued from corrupted governments and degenerate practices.


The myth of national security

Independent Institute
by Anthony Gregory


With the most powerful and expensive government security apparatus in the world, the federal government can’t even protect the president’s home. This is the same security apparatus that failed to protect its military headquarters on 9/11, to say nothing of its citizens. So when Obama talks about the ’systemic failure’ of the Christmas lap bomber and his administration fastens on a new set of onerous security precautions onto airline passengers — including ones that are just inherently incoherent (would you really want passengers not to be walking around and armed with blankets if there is a threat of sitting terrorists starting fires on planes?) — we must remember that the national security state is a myth...

The “Long War:” Who’s winning?

by Justin Raimondo


It has been eight years since al-Qaeda attacked the Twin Towers and the Pentagon: eight long years in which the ‘war on terrorism’ — begun by George W. Bush in a blaze of righteousness, and since carried on by his successor, in Afghanistan and Pakistan — has been waged on several fronts. So, how are we doing? No one can honestly say we are winning, or anywhere close to it. Osama bin Laden and the top leadership of al-Qaeda are still at large, still issuing messages mocking their pursuers and vowing fresh terrorist attacks to come. One of those messages, communicated by bin Laden himself in the days before the 2004 presidential election, effectively demonstrates not only our ongoing defeat but also the reason for it …”

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Understanding the 'Unserious Empire'

Hackable Drones, Crumbling Empire


The US and China: One Side is Losing, the Other is Winning

By James Petras

Asian capitalism, notably China and South Korea are competing with the US for global power. Asian global power is driven by dynamic economic growth, while the US pursues a strategy of military-driven empire building.


Trade wars and US foreign policy

Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G. Hornberger


For those who think that the U.S. Empire is good, holy, sacrosanct, and above reproach when dealing with foreigners, here is a little bit of reality for you. Last September the Obama administration suddenly imposed an enormous 35 percent import fee on tires imported from China. The fee was apparently a sop that President Obama was paying to U.S. labor unions in payment for their help in the presidential election...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Council has limited power over rise of the phone masts

Lincolnshire Echo

An average of six mobile phone masts are put up in Lincoln each year, new figures have revealed. The masts, which can be up to 18 metres tall, ...


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