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05.Apr.2006 Ken Silverstein, Alex Friedmann, Human Rights Watch |
US Prisons are private gulags in contravention of human rights ".. https://www.hrw.org/press/2000/06/drugs0607.htm
See also: Punishment and Prejudice: Racial Disparities in the War on Drugs HRW Report,
War on Drugs: Focus on Human Rights — https://www.hrw.org/campaigns/drugs/war/
Drugs and Human Rights in the USA — https://www.hrw.org/campaigns/drugs/index.htm
"These racial disparities are a national scandal," said Ken Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch. "Black and white drug offenders get .." ".. http://www.crrh.org/
Freedom Forum on Weedstock Supression — https://www.freedomforum.org/news/2000/05/2000-05-26-05.asp
Who Goes to Prison for Drug Offenses?
A Rebuttal to the New York State District Attorneys Association https://www.hrw.org/campaigns/drugs/brief1-0513.htm
Official Data Reveal Most New York Drug Offenders Are Nonviolent. From HRW Backgrounder,
00.Jan.1999 https://www.hrw.org/press/1999/jan/ny-drug0107.htm Drug Control Strategies Must Respect Human Rights -
A Statement by Human Rights Watch to the U.N. General Assembly in a Special Session Devoted to the .." ".. https://www.hrw.org/press98/june/drug-pol.htm
Cruel And Usual: Disproportionate Sentences for New York Drug Offenders. HRW Report,
Punishment and Prejudice: Racial Disparities in the War on Drugs HRW Report,
00.Jun.2000 https://www.hrw.org/reports/2000/usa/and https://www.hrw.org/press/2000/06/drugs0607.htm
War on Drugs: Focus on Human Rights — https://www.hrw.org/campaigns/drugs/war/
Drugs and Human Rights in the USA — https://www.hrw.org/campaigns/drugs/index.htm
Great title. No way, will we be able to keep bases in Iraq, more than 2 to 3 years.
No Iraqi's, will go for it. Ancient, proud civilization. The media, such as softball, Russert & faux news, have not asked the obvious question. No replies to emails. Peace movement, gaining, ALL over the world.
However; the closer it gets, then, the easyer it is to see.
We are at the point that the only thing trust worthy in our political system is nothing at all.
As unpalatable as it is I think that all families of American military personnel need to consider that EVEN IF 9/11 HAD NEVER HAPPENED
George Bush had already penciled in a substantial number of their immediate family members into the debit column.
Had 9/11 not occurred George would have still contrived some way (any way) to go to war.
As far as I can tell it is the only thing he ever really wanted.
Of course they're building permanent bases! What else would they be doing. In fact its more than 2 dozen between Afghanistan and Iraq alone.
There are countless others in surrounding countries already, fully manned and fully armed though only marginally involved in Iraq.
Go figure. Not to mention the bases at sea that virtually blanket the Persian Gulf. This is your foreign policy. Those soldiers are your embassadors.
Those bases are your embassies; Your social welfare state, members only. There is only so much i can regurgitate, so check ol' Chalmers Johnson.
You're so right. I've been telling my conservative friends for over a year that we're there to stay. It doesn't take a genius to know these things or to know there were no WMDs.
The slow training of the Iraqis to take over validated the fact we had no plans on leaving in the immediate future.
The fact that Google Earth allows average citizens to look down on a square block anywhere in the world while our government, who can see a gum wrapper on the sidewalk, didn't have any idea what was going on in Iraq was the other clue. The media either ignores these things out of fear or ignorance. After all, they never know when their phone might be tapped and their e-mails examined.
"Signs of a long US stay ahead
Bases getting bigger, more elaborate
By Charles J. Hanley, Associated Press | March 26, 2006
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- The concrete goes on forever, vanishing into the noonday glare, 2 million cubic feet of it, a mile-long slab that's now the home of as many as 120 US helicopters, a ''heli-park" as good as any back in the States.
At another giant base, Asad in Iraq's western desert, the 17,000 troops and workers come and go in a kind of bustling American town, with a Burger King and Pizza Hut, a car dealership, stop signs, traffic regulations + young bikers clogging the roads.
At a third hub down south, Tallil, they're planning a new mess hall, one that will seat 6,000 hungry airmen and soldiers for chow.
Are the Americans here to stay? Air Force mechanic Josh Remy is sure of it as he looks around Balad.
''I think we'll be here forever," said the 19-year-old airman from Wilkes-Barre, Pa." ...
Forget the press! I would prefer that you get through to the spineless democrats who should be on every news show shouting the abuses of the Bush Administration.
With Bush 's low approval ratings, you would think the Dems have nothing to fear.....so....why are they such wimps? Feingold and Leahy were the only Dems at the censure hearings.
We are not like the Repugs, we have a long attention span and we will not support any weak Democrats!
These are not just bases, these are full on cities, with air strips, state of the art surveillance equipment and quizno's. Anything for the American dream!
There are people in the Al Balad base, built by Haliburton for billions of US taxpayer dollars, who have never interacted with an Iraqi citizen, let alone stepped on sovereign Iraqi soil.
The lies of this adminstration and the deceit of their policies is beyond comprehension. We'll stand down when the Iraqi's stand up? The only people who should stand down are this President and Vice President.
We're still in Germany, Japan and South Korea aren't we? Anyone who thinks we will EVER voluntarily leave Iraq is smoking crack.
Regardless of the party in the White House we'll have troops in Iraq.
We have to stop these crazy, greedy Fascists before they start WWIII.
Nothing will make war start faster than capturing the worlds oil deposits and overcharge for the oil.
Dear Senator Hart,
If the existing senate and congress can't receive, or legally obtain by writ, similar answers to your same question(s), and questions that we've been asking of our senators, then we are already in a semi-fascist state!
We've created Israel 2: The Sequel.
It is sad. No other word for it.
As I recall, one of the complaints made by Mr. bin Laden was the presence of U.S. troops in their "Holy Places".
These troops being there to "contain" our former business partner, Saddam. Saddam having been selected as the boogeyman to keep our Military/Industrial Complex in the money after the fall of Communism.
So, permanent military bases would insure that we will continue to have an enemy. This being a prerequisite to maintaining a "War on Terror" and keep the dollars flowing.
Thus we are riding on a Merry go Round of fighting terrorism which generates terrorism requiring a continuation of the fight which continues the terrorism.
Anyone wishing to stop the Merry go Round so that we as a nation can get off is labeled unpatriotic or supporting of the enemy. A more appropriate label would be sane.
Oh, as an answer to Mr. PerryWhite, yes. World War II has ended, we won, its in all of the history books. We do not need to defend anyone in Europe and if you are afraid of Communist China, don't shop at Wal Mart.
Gary Hart is one of the very few observers of the Iraq war who has hit on the essence of the matter: no matter the trumped up charges OF WMD, Al Quaeda link, the cruelty and sadism of the Saddam tyranny, the democracy building program + any other issue of high moral significance, all of it a slapdash attempt to divert attention from the real reason for the war: the neocon's imperial geopolitical strategy of securing Iraqi oil before the Chinese or the Indians grab it. Bush and Company don't care what anyone thinks about this war as long as they attain their goal of stationing U.S. forces in Iraq on permanent, fortified bases for as long as they are needed to protect, maintain + exercise on-site control over the extraction, storage, and shipment of Iraqi oil from now on. Their motivation arises from the indisputable fact that the U.S. economy would grind to a halt, never to rise again, were the oil supply to dry up. Some pundits give it three weeks. One gives it three days! But all of the Bush advisers are deeply aware that the Chinese and the Indians pose a serious threat to the viability of the U.S. economy in their burgeoning demand for petroleum. Given that perspective they consider themselves the saviors of the nation. Given this essence of truth about the war, it appears the Bush ies have repeatedly and cleverly shifted the grounds for debate about pursuing the war to such questions as whether or not Iraq can become a democracy; and away from the real debate about whether the permanent occupation of Iraq was and is the only way to secure oil supplies for the immediate and long range future. Bush , Cheney, et al decided back 1001 that a pre-emptive, agressive policy on securing oil supplies was entirely consistent with the U.S. policy toward the Middle East over at least the last sixty years, most notably since the Eisenhower administration actively toppled the newly elected government of Iran of Mohammed Mossadegh in 1953 in favor of a regime more friendly to western oil companies.
Another way of looking at it is to perceive that the Iraq war is the first 21st century war over major natural resources. Undoubtedly there will be others.
By: snorinsid on March 31, 2006 at 06:32pm
Anyone thinking we are entering the end-game better wake up.
Our neoconservative policy makers are still willing to risk the U.S. Army in a mad Middle East imperial scheme that composed the real reason for the Iraq war in the first place.
Unfortunately, this situation does not bode well for the environmentally minded among us, because as poor as our standards are, the Peoples' Republic of China + the nation of India arent known for their progressive environmentalism + consume petrol at an astonishing (and growing) rate also. That's alot of greenhouse gas in a short period of time.
Is the US this benevolent overseer? I think that most people in this nation, including our current executive administration, would like to think we are.
Albeit a little late, I commend Mr. Hart for his insight into this grave debacle. It's about time more people realized what our fearless leaders have been up to. Instead of being an implausible but altruistic series of missteps on the part of Bush Co, it was a calculated, systematic plan to:
1.) make some quick billions off the flow of Iraq's oil before oversight was established.
2.) redeploy our troops from Saudi Arabia (where they were becoming a liability to the monarchy) to Iraq to maintain a lasting presence in the Middle East.
3.) take Rumsfeld's new 'privatized' military for a test run. (and make tons of profit for Bush Co's corporate bedfellows)
The last I knew, war profiteering is at its least an impeachable offense -- if not a treasonous act.
When are we going to hold these criminals accountable?? By: markthshark on March 31, 2006 at 06:21pm
STRAWMEN for the MOB
For a D.C. insider this as far as anyone has gone to point out the clear madness of Blood Money Empire.
That said, yours is an obvious strawman argument and "limited hangout" dodge.
A corporate cartel puppet Bush Co regime and its loyal opposition "left" does what it's told and won't answer this question anymore than it will answer for 911 as an inside job.
After all, the official 911 conspiracy is a see-through fairy tale. And if the supposed right and left out of D.C. can stand pat on blatant deceptions to promote a corporate war of conquest in the Mid East - why not lie about the 911 flashpoint the entire charade is built on?
By the way, this isn't just about Iraq War Inc. New permanent military bases go from the Eurasian to Mid East theatres: Iraq and Afghanistan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan in addition to existing bases at Qatar, Kuwait, et al. By: Hal on March 31, 2006 at 05:49pm
Big Oil has been manipulating Iraq since the earlier part of the last century.
Senate subcommitee hearings in the 1970's showed that Iraq was being forced into a role of being an oil reserve for the future while the oil corporations made their neighbors rich.
It was shown that Kuwait was slant drilling into Iraqi oil fields at that time as well.
No wonder they kicked out the Americans and Brits as soon as they could and nationalized their own natural resources.
Perhaps we ought to do the same when it comes to this country's resources and reverse the corrupting effects of unbridled privatization?
For reference check an article called "How Big Oil Beguiled Iraq" published in the 1979 issue of the Cousteau Almanac.
Oh wait, this is the good news out of Iraq! I get it now. Our troops will no longer have to endure the tents, they'll be getting nice new apts so they can bring the rest of the family over for those 2 year stints.
This is where the money is going. This is why there are still water and electric issues there.
The troops are too busy building bases for the new full time Ameraqi forces.
But heck, who cares. No one seems to mind much of anything any longer...
Right on, Gary! You are making a most important point. And, yes, why must you demand answers to questions like this? WHATEVER HAPPENED TO OUR NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP? I wish the people of America would get really serious about creating a new political party--a party interested in looking out for the ordinary citizens. But when corporate America has a choke hold on everyone and everything (aka the media) there's not much chance of that ever happening. NEVERTHELESS, keep the faith!
Our leaders are motivated by greed, not compassion.
I did a search after reading your blog post and found the following interesting analysis from the Moscow Times. It suggests why the prospect of civil war may possibly be used to justify a permanent presence.
"Civil war also enhances the prospect of permanent U.S. bases. The Sunni minority, once the most vociferous opponents of American occupation, now look -- vainly -- to U.S. forces as their last-ditch protection against the deadly militias of the Shiite majority. The Shiite-led government relies on U.S. military might to prop up its rickety state system. The Kurds (who are busy ethnically cleansing their own enclave, as The Washington Post reports + imprisoning people for criticizing the corruption of Kurdish leaders, as The New York Times reports) are happy for the Americans to plant vast, minatory fortresses down south to keep the troublesome Arabs in line. And so the permanent bases are being sunk deep into Iraqi soil; the Pentagon has already 'authorized or proposed almost $1 billion' for bases in 2005-06, The Associated Press reports."
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Pretty interesting commentary coming from Russia, don't you think?
I sure would like to know about these "permanent bases". Thank you, Senator Hart, for reminding us of them. We sure could use the money over here at home.
I agree that the bases are one of the key pieces of the long-term strategy puzzle. I have read reports that the funds have been allocated for those bases (also in afghanistan) + that they are under construction. I saw condi on one of the sunday morning shows (russert, i think), do her best to duck that question with what she thought was lawyerly careful word- twisting. She certainly TRIED to give the impression that whatever bases were being built would be handed over to the iraqis when our troops left. Pretty generous, eh?
If the bums in Washington would merely require all auto makers to raise fuel efficiency to a minimum of 40mpg (clearly achievable with today's technology), we would competely ELIMINATE our dependence on Middle East oil.
Why do YOU have to ask the question? Why can't the administration share with us what they plan to do with OUR money, OUR soldiers, OUR resources?
If this is, indeed, to protect the flow of oil, let's invent our way out of this mess and let the Chinese and the Indians deal with them. They are the next big market countries. On the bright side, the Chinese Abu Graib will far overshadow our Abu Graib.
I have been pleading with the American press corps for months to ask the Bush administration one simple question, a question designed to expose our true agenda: "Are we, or are we not, constructing permanent military bases in Iraq?" Full stop.
Finally, this from Gen. John Abizaid, our senior military commander in Iraq: The USA may want to keep a long-term military presence in Iraq to bolster moderates against extremists in the region and to protect the flow of oil. (source: Reuters, March 15, 2006)
Despite recent assurances that we were going to withdraw our military from Iraq as soon as we "stand up" the Iraqi military, President Bush stated a few days ago that his legacy to his successor was the Iraqi war.
Hobbes's contract creates not only fear, it creates distrust in a government making crucial decisions in spheres outside of the control of the ordinary citizen. Hobbes made his argument to answer a specific problem of exceptional insecurity. But the trade-off he suggested is flawed. This formula will never provide us with the security we need; instead it increases our need for it. By restoring the purpose of government as one that serves its people through preserving freedom as the supreme good, one restores citizens to their role in deliberating these decisions and cedes the public space back to its owners.
The essential principle of democracy is that no single part of a vibrant democratic system - the judiciary, media, campaigners or interest groups, political parties, legislatures or local governments - can alone confront the authoritarian state. All are obliged to work together to preserve and maintain citizens' liberty. For elections and human-rights law alone will never give citizens freedom or provide the guarantees of democracy. As Cole warned: "Laws are the scaffolding of human freedom; but they are not part of the building."
The theory of the democratic state describes the nature of a social contract in the opposite way to Hobbes. Defined by British writers such as John Stuart Mill, RH Tawney and GDH Cole, among others (and continental Europeans such as Rousseau and Kant), the purpose of the contract is to protect a citizen's liberty. Its preservation - especially the preservation of political liberty - is the supreme good. In this version of the social contract, the sovereign citizen does not surrender sovereignty, but only specific powers and functions to the state. As political sovereignty is not transferred to the state, not only are civil rights inalienable but so are political liberties, above all the right to determine and to deliberate laws. It is not simply participating in these decisions, it is actually making them.
Yet if we are citizens who live in a democratic country, why has it become so difficult for the citizens of today to contain the authoritarian project of the government + to participate in the political framework in a way that restores the democratic heartbeat of the country? It is not apathy that prevents people's participation in politics, it is the feeling of powerlessness over the very structures that rule them.
00.Feb.2000 -seit- PDS auf dem Index
Der frühere SPD-Vorsitzende Lafontaine war Ende Dezember in die Linkspartei eingetreten.
Deren Vorgängerpartei PDS steht seit Februar 2000 auf dem Index der saarländischen Staatsschützer, wie ein Sprecher des Innenministeriums in Saarbrücken der Nachrichtenagentur AP bestätigte.
Ministeriumssprecher Torsten Rott wollte den Bericht zu Lafontaine aber nicht bestätigen. Die Namen der in der NADIS-Datei gemeldeten Personen unterlägen der Geheimhaltung, sagte er.
Der Leiter des Landesamtes für Verfassungsschutz, Helmut Albert, sagte dem Magazin, das immer noch gültige Parteiprogramm der PDS habe langfristig die Überwindung des bestehenden "kapitalistischen Systems" und die Schaffung einer "sozialistischen Gesellschaftsordnung" zum Ziel. In der Linkspartei wirkten "nach wie vor offen extremistische Kräfte", wurde er zitiert. Zudem gebe es weiterhin eine Zusammenarbeit mit in- und ausländischen Linksextremisten. Linksparteipolitiker: "Absurde Posse"
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Bis das Skelett und später auch die Gesichtszüge des Mädchens rekonstruiert werden könnten, sei es noch ein langer Weg. Ein Problem sind auch die hohen Kosten. "Wir haben keinen Etat für ein derartiges Forschungsobjekt", sagte Niedersachsens Landesarchäologe Henning Hassmann. Er bemühe sich weiter um Fördermittel. Hassmann ist sich sicher: Ein Mädchen mit Gesicht könne "Leute besser ins Museum locken als nur Knochen."
Hamburger Gerichtsmediziner hatten die Knochen und Zähne des Mädchens, das beim Torfabbau im Uchter Moor bei Nienburg gefunden worden war, in den vergangenen Monaten mit hochmodernen Methoden untersucht.
Bislang war "Mooras" Lebensalter auf 17 bis 18 Jahre geschätzt worden.
Ihr Leben war kurz und entbehrungsreich: "Moora", das vor rund 2650 Jahren im niedersächsischen Moor versunkene Mädchen, habe zu Lebzeiten zehn bis elf Hungersnöte durchlitten,
sagten Wissenschaftler des Uniklinikums Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) am heutigen Dienstag. Das Mädchen sei womöglich schon mit 15 Jahren im Moor versunken.
Das vor rund 2650 Jahren im niedersächsischen Moor versunkene Mädchen "Moora" erlebte mehrere Hungersnöte und starb bereits mit 15 Jahren.
Dies ergab eine Untersuchung ihrer Knochen. Gerichtsmediziner wollen nun ihr Antlitz rekonstruieren.
Die von den Vögeln gewählten Lösungen basierten eindeutig nicht nur auf der Wiederholung erfolgreicher Strategien, sonst wären sie an der zweiten Aufgabe gescheitert, berichten die Forscher.
Krähen können demnach physikalische Prinzipien erfassen + sie auch übertragen, um dadurch mindestens so komplizierte Probleme zu lösen, wie es auch Primaten können.
Allerdings hält Seed es für eher unwahrscheinlich, dass die Vögel tatsächlich die Zusammenhänge zwischen den einzelnen physikalischen Kräften verstanden haben.
Vielmehr schienen die Vögel ihre Umwelt zu verstehen, indem sie Regeln abstrahierten, mutmaßen Seed und ihre Kollegen in der Fachzeitschrift "Current Biology" (Bd. 16, S. 697).
Ein Jahr zuvor hatten Forscher entdeckt, dass neukaledonische Krähen in freier Wildbahn eine Lieblingsseite für die Werkzeugführung haben:
Stochern sie mit einem Grashalm nach Insekten, zeigen sie deutliche Präferenzen als "Links- oder Rechtsschnäbler".
Bereits im Jahr 2002 hatte an der Oxford University die Krähe Betty die Wissenschaftler verblüfft: Damals bog das Tier ein gerades Stück Draht so um, dass es als Haken benutzt werden konnte. Nur mit Hilfe dieses Werkzeugs gelangte Betty an Futter, das in einem Röhrchen versteckt war.
Ob die Tiere allerdings die grundlegenden physikalischen Regeln hinter solchen Aufgaben verstehen oder ob sie bloß erfolgreiche Strategien wiederholen, ist unter den Wissenschaftlern umstritten.
Bislang hatten Wissenschaftler angenommen, dass nur Primaten, die auch in freier Wildbahn Werkzeuge benutzen, über solche geistigen Fähigkeiten verfügen. Einige Primatenarten konnten bereits in der Vergangenheit von Forschern gestellte Aufgaben, die auf physikalischen Prinzipien basieren, mit Erfolg lösen. Beispielsweise können die Tiere Futter, das in einer durchsichtigen Röhre versteckt ist, mit einem Zweig hinausschieben.
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Just a thought. Permalink
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Pierre Salinger, JFK's Press Secretary, had befriended Mary Pinchot Meyer, the wife of Cord Meyer of the CIA. Her mysterious death has been tied, by some theorists, to that of JFK. As far as I know, Salinger never endorsed a conspiracy theory of the JFK murder, although he did encounter some turbulence (so to speak) when he lent his name to the "missile" theory of the downing of TWA 800 in 1996.
00.000.1971 -Unnerved, Hurtado told her story to an FBI agent, who wrote it all up in a nice document which you can find here.
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Since this blog usually ignores '60s-era controversies -- readers seem more interested in today than in yesterday -- few seemed to care very much about my previous RFK post.
Nevertheless, this is one assassination story which deserves wider attention, due to the thin -- but genuine -- possibility that hard evidence may yet surface.
That evidence took or takes the form of a clandestine tape recording allegedly made in 1968 by a lawyer named Ronald Buck, who co-owned a Los Angeles night spot named The Factory.
On this tape -- allegedly -- were the voices of military bigwigs and H.L. Hunt, who bragged about engineering the deaths of JFK and Martin Luther King + who announced a determination to do likewise to Robert Kennedy. This gathering occurred at a private party at The Factory.
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Don't put anything past Armitage. Still, I say bet on Rove. I never bought into that crappy "Oh, so you heard that too" story. Permalink
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Meanwhile, a new story in the Moon-owned Insight on the News claims that Libby's lawyers have narrowed the field down to three names: "Secretary of State Colin Powell, former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and then-Undersecretary of State Marc Grossman." All three names previously appeared on a list of potential witnesses offered by the defense team.
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Back to Plame. Back to basics. Who is the leaker?
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Ledeen is a strange individual. He has been connected with both the (more-or-less) fascist Italian secret society P2 -- and with Israeli politicians.
He increased Cold War tensions by pushing the bogus "Bulgarians shot the Pope" story. He now screams for regime change in Iran. Although he claims that he does not want this change to be brought about through force of arms, most would agree that nothing short of war will do the trick -- and most would agree that war is likely.
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ According to a Newsweek story from last December, Hannah played a direct role in stovepiping (mis-)information from the Achmed Chalabi's notorious Iraqi National Congress:
For months, Cheney’s office has denied that the veep bypassed U.S. intelligence agencies to get intel reports from the INC.
But a 00.Jun.2002 memo written by INC lobbyist Entifadh Qunbar to a U.S. Senate committee lists John Hannah, a senior national-security aide on Cheney’s staff, as one of two “U.S. governmental recipients” for reports generated by an intelligence program being run by the INC + which was then being funded by the State Department.
Under the program, “defectors, reports and raw intelligence are cultivated and analyzed”; the info was then reported to, among others, “appropriate governmental, non-governmental and international agencies.”
The memo not only describes Cheney aide Hannah as a “principal point of contact” for the program, it even provides his direct White House telephone number.
The only other U.S. official named as directly receiving the INC intel is William Luti, a former military adviser to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich who, after working on Cheney’s staff early in the Bush administration, shifted to the Pentagon, where he oversaw a secretive Iraq war-planning unit called the Office of Special Plans. So we come back to one of the foundation questions underlying this mess. Who was behind Chalabi?
04.Apr.2006 https://www.cannonfire.blogspot.com/ Raw Story's headline reads "CIA Leaker Revealed." But that's a tad misleading.
The actual story on Truthout reveals that Fitzgerald has known for quite some time the identity of the person who spoke to Novak. Fitz has a name, it seems -- but we still don't.
Or do we...? Alas, this notoriously complex story has now become even more convoluted.
Truthout's Jason Leopold says that Fitz was able to finger the leaker with help from John Hannah, a key Cheney aide who (unknown to Bush Co) was "turned" back in 2004.
Leopold identifies Hannah as a John Bolton aide "on loan" to the Cheney-run White House Iraq Group. But that description doesn't tell the full story.
04.Apr.2006 And Right Now, Tom Needs to Worry More About Staying Out of the Big House than Staying in the House of Representatives -- A BuzzFlash News Analysis
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04.Apr.2006 John Nichols: Hammered; "so long as Tom DeLay remained within grasping reach of the levers of power in Washington, the prospect of a further dismantling of democracy remained all too real." 4/5
DeLay Tells TIME Magazine, "I'm Outta' Here," But Can't Stop the B.S., Even as He Leaves in Disgrace 4/4
04.Apr.2006 News and Views from DeLay's Home County: Priceless 4/5
The Sudan Freedom Walk: It's Happening Now
04.Apr.2006 The BuzzFlash Mailbag -- Uncensored and Unvarnished Truth from BuzzFlash Readers.
How Sweet It Is! Grab the Champagne! The Exterminator is Exiting Stage Right: DeLay Won't Seek Re-Election!
It's Official: Invasion of Iraq has Created Terrorists 4/5
04.Apr.2006 Tom DeLay: On His Way Up the Big River to the Big House. A Special BuzzFlash Tribute to "The Hammer"!
Methanol war erstmals 2004 in einer scheibenförmigen Zusammenballung junger Sterne gesichtet worden. Die Entdeckung hatte die These in Frage gestellt, dass im interstellaren Raum keine komplexen Moleküle entstehen könnten, weil sie durch ultraviolette Strahlung und andere ungünstige Bedingungen zerstört würden.
Inzwischen aber haben Forscher 130 organische Moleküle im Weltraum gefunden. Die komplexen Moleküle, so vermutet man seither, könnten die Grundbausteine des Lebens auf die junge Erde gebracht haben.
Alkohol schon in der frühesten Phase der Schöpfung - in bestimmten religiös denkenden Zirkeln könnte das für erhebliche Ernüchterung, wenn nicht gar für Katerstimmung sorgen.
04.Apr.2006 Atomkonflikt: Steinmeier drängt USA zu direkten Gesprächen mit Iran
04.Apr.2006 Wahlkampf in Italien: Berlusconi beschimpft linke Wähler als Dummköpfe
04.Apr.2006 USA: Bush lässt Ablösung seines Finanzministers offen
04.Apr.2006 Nahost-Konflikt: Hamas deutet Bereitschaft zu Anerkennung von Israel an
04.Apr.2006 Nordirland: Britischer Sinn-Fein-Agent ermordet
04.Apr.2006 Irak: Saddam Hussein droht Völkermordprozess
04.Apr.2006 Neuer Energiestreit: Gasprom droht Weißrussland
04.Apr.2006 Thailand: Rücktritt unter Tränen
04.Apr.2006 Musterprozess: Ex-Geisel muss nicht für Befreiung zahlen
04.Apr.2006 Schädelanalyse: Forscher wollen Gesicht der Moorleiche rekonstruieren
04.Apr.2006 Rekord-Spritsparer: Ehepaar umrundet mit nur 24 Tankfüllungen die Welt
04.Apr.2006 Propaganda-Feuerwerk: Irans wundersame Superwaffen
04.Apr.2006 Italien: Berlusconis Steuercoup bringt Opposition ins Trudeln
04.Apr.2006 Kündigungsschutz: Frankreich beerdigt Arbeitsmarktreform
04.Apr.2006 Raumstation ISS: Alarm weckt campende Astronauten
04.Apr.2006 Billig-Löhne: EU-Parlamentarier fordern offene Arbeitsmärkte
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04.Apr.2006 Energiegipfel: Verbraucherschützer finden Ergebnisse dürftig
04.Apr.2006 TV-Trend 2006: Tornados, Bomben und Kometen
04.Apr.2006 Europa: EU will Energiemonopole knacken
04.Apr.2006 Transplantation: Gezüchtete Harnblasen erfolgreich eingesetzt
04.Apr.2006 Urteil: Geiseln müssen für Befreiung nicht zahlen
04.Apr.2006 Warnstreik: Metaller legen Mercedes-Produktion lahm
04.Apr.2006 Historische Abstimmung: Frauen dürfen in Kuweit erstmals wählen
04.Apr.2006 Web-Zensur: Singapurs Regierung fürchtet den Diskurs
04.Apr.2006 Abhörskandal: "Stirb langsam"-Regisseur muss vor Gericht
04.Apr.2006 Manöver "Heiliger Prophet": Iran prahlt mit neuer Superrakete
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04.Apr.2006 Imperien: Gasprom kauft "Kommersant"
04.Apr.2006 Umfrage: Mehr als Hälfte der Briten will Blair nicht mehr
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04.Apr.2006 Hartz IV: Städtetag fürchtet neue Kostenexplosion
04.Apr.2006 US-Gefangenenlager: Pentagon veröffentlicht freiwillig Guantanamo-Akten
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04.Apr.2006 Lobbyisten-Affäre: Bush-Vertrauter DeLay zieht sich aus Politik zurück
04.Apr.2006 Terror-Prozess: Qaida-Mann Moussaoui kann zum Tode verurteilt werden
04.Apr.2006 Nationaler Protesttag: Zwei Millionen Reformgegner wollen Frankreich lahmlegen
04.Apr.2006 Elb-Hochwasser: Banges Warten auf den Höchststand
04.Apr.2006 TV-Duell in Italien: Berlusconi will mit Steuergeschenk punkten
04.Apr.2006 TV-Duell: Berlusconi und Prodi gehen in die letzte Runde
04.Apr.2006 Energiegipfel: Industrie verspricht Milliarden-Investitionen
04.Apr.2006 Italians find ancient Ur tablets Italian archeologists working in Iraq have found a trove of ancient stone tablets from the fabled civilisation of Ur.
04.Apr.2006 Japanese flock to China for organ transplants There is no attempt to conceal from recipients the origins of the organs, the bulk of which come from prison morgues.
"My translator told me my donor was a young executed prisoner," said Hokamura, who claims he is unconcerned at the possibility that prisoners were being executed to supply organ brokers.
"The donor was able to provide a contribution to society, so what's wrong with that?"
04.Apr.2006 Chinese archaeologists are studying the DNA samples extracted from the bones of horses unearthed from ancient sites to probe the origin of domestic horses in ancient China.
04.Apr.2006 20th 11.Sep.2001 Hijacker Riddle Persists Mystery solved?
So it would seem, except for a few niggling doubts that have surfaced during the four-week trial.
A day earlier, 11.Sep.2001 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed told the jury there was no 20th hijacker because al-Qaida could get only 19 into the USA.
04.Apr.2006 Restoration of Egyptian Sphinx begins Scientists in Egypt on Monday started the restoration of the Great Sphinx of Giza.
The Supreme Council of Antiquities is carrying out the work, with scientists hoping to rectify previous mistakes in the restoration of the monument.
04.Apr.2006 Fatwa against statues triggers uproar in Egypt Grand mufti declares exhibition of statues in homes 'un-Islamic', art-lovers say fatwa will return Muslims to dark ages.
04.Apr.2006 The Ghost in the Baghdad Museum
FOR the director of a shuttered museum in a country at war, the imaginary can be a welcome refuge.
Condemned to contemplate his own + his country's fate in great halls emptied of visitors, Donny George paces past showcases of ancient vessels and jars and clay tablets + he dreams.
At first he thought it was a generator that had exploded. But the cement walls in the office cracked from the explosion.
"When I heard the sound of the explosion, the floor beneath my feet vibrated, the walls started cracking + everything started shaking." said Rodriguez,
who was crowded together with fourteen other people in the office including Anthony Saltamachia, supervisor for the American Maintenance Company.
Just seconds later there was another explosion way above which made the building oscillate momentarily.
This, he was later told, was a plane hitting the 90th floor. Upon hearing about the plane, he immediately thought of the people up in the restaurant.
Then there were other explosions just above B1 and individuals started heading for the loading dock to escape the explosion's resulting rampant fire.
When asked later about those first explosions he said: "I would know if an explosion was from the bottom or the top of the building."
He heard explosions both before and after the plane hit the tower.
A fellow worker Felipe David came into the office. "He had been standing in front of a freight elevator on sub-level 1 about 400 feet from the office when fire burst out of the elevator shaft, causing his injuries."
The skin on his face had been peeled away by the heat of the blast and he was horribly burned on thirty-three percent of his body.
"He was burned so badly from the basement explosion that flesh was hanging from his face and both arms."
William asks: "How could a jetliner hit 90 floors above and burn a man's arms + face to a crisp in the basement below within seconds of impact?"
William led Felipe David outside to safety. William continued to hear people screaming and returned to the building in spite of police orders. There were people encased in elevators. There were people who needed help.
03.Apr.2006 Verschwörungstheorien zum 11.Sep.2001 - Wikipedia ... dass die Boeing 757 bei der Explosion weitestgehend verpufft ist. ... Die eingangs zitierten 9/11 -Skeptiker vertreten diese Behauptung jedoch nicht. ...
Verschwörungstheorien zum 11. September 2001 - Wikipedia Große Teile der Explosion fanden außerhalb des Gebäudes oder in der ... Die eingangs zitierten 9/11 -Skeptiker vertreten diese Behauptung jedoch nicht. ...
03.Apr.2006-11.Sep.2001 9/11 Revisited : Were explosives used?
03.Apr.2006 DeLay Former Aide Rudy Pleads Guilty in Abramoff Case: Tony Rudy, former deputy chief of staff to Representative Tom DeLay, pleaded guilty in a case stemming from the corruption probe of lobbyist Jack Abramoff, bringing the scandal closer to the door of his one-time boss.
03.Apr.2006 Nolan K. Anderson : Mass Surveillance for Dummies : The information being gathered is all-inclusive. It is the record of the way we live our lives - the way we buy toothbrushes, the schools we attend, the amount and type of food we purchase, where and how much gasoline we buy. In the eyes of our freshly minted totalitarian system, this is the "beauty" of the system.
03.Apr.2006 NY releases 9/11 emergency calls : The words of the operators - but not the callers - were released following a lawsuit filed by the New York Times and a group of victims' relatives.
03.Apr.2006 Your Huddled Masses are now my Wretched Refuse: The USA’ increasing trajectory toward a more brutal form of Capitalism with fewer restrictions on corporations (and hence less protection for workers and s) coupled with a rapid acceleration of the American Empire’s quest for global hegemony will spark an influx of illegal immigrants.
03.Apr.2006 Agent Orange: the legacy of a weapon of mass destruction : Thirty-five years after the US sprayed the jungles of Vietnam with toxic defoliant, thousands of babies are still being born with horrific defects. But unlike the American veterans, no one in the war-ravaged country has received any compensation. Jeremy Laurance reports from Ho Chi Minh City
03.Apr.2006 Ralph Nader: The Corporate Superpower of Superpowers: You have to be feeling pretty good about your new position heading the world's largest oil and gas company. You stand astride the globe where, with few exceptions, the Congress is like putty in your hands, the White House is your House and the consuming public is powerless.
03.Apr.2006 Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Warns of Impending Invasion of Iran: Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez has warned that the USA intends to invade Iran in its insatiable quest for oil and energy resources, saying that the world must avoid that aggression at all costs.
03.Apr.2006 Jimmy Carter: A Dangerous Deal With India: Last year former defense secretary Robert McNamara summed up his concerns in Foreign Policy magazine: "I would characterize current U.S. nuclear weapons policy as immoral, illegal, militarily unnecessary + dreadfully dangerous."
03.Apr.2006 India's training of Iranian troops could affect nuke deal : Senator Lantos: A senior US lawmaker has warned India that its alleged training of Iranian troops could undermine Congressional support for the landmark Indo-US civilian nuclear deal.
03.Apr.2006 War Against Iran, April 2006 Biological Threat and Executive Order 13292 -By Jorge Hirsch
The US promised Russia and China that the UN Security Council statement just approved will not be a trigger for military action after 30 days; true to its promise, the US will attack before the 30-day deadline imposed by the UNSC for Iran to stop its nuclear enrichment activity, i.e. before the end of April. The "justification" is likely to be an alleged threat of imminent biological attack with Iran's involvement. Continued
03.Apr.2006 The Art of War for the anti-war movement -By Scott Ritter
It's high time to recognize that we as a nation are engaged in a life-or-death struggle of competing ideologies with those who promote war as an American value and virtue. Continued
03.Apr.2006 A Visit with the UN's Torture Cop: Manfred Nowak, the United Nations special rapporteur on torture, travels the world to expose human rights violations in so-called "rogue states." Now he is directing his attention at the USA.
03.Apr.2006 Supreme Court won't review Bush's terrorism powers: By a 6-3 vote, the court sided with the Bush administration and refused to hear an appeal by Jose Padilla, who was confined in a military brig in South Carolina for more than three years
03.Apr.2006 Increasing inequality imperils nation: Inequality Matters: The Growing Economic Divide in America and Its Poisonous Consequences
03.Apr.2006 Only a constitution can save us from this abuse of power : As Tony Blair removes more and more of our freedoms, all democrats should be campaigning for a new Bill of Rights
03.Apr.2006 Arundhati Roy says, Non-violent struggles are being ignored. author and human rights activist Arundhati Roy on Sunday said the Government these days was neither respecting nor listening to those raising their voice via non-violent means. Instead, it was inviting those leading violent struggles for talks.
03.Apr.2006 Chávez seeks to peg oil at $50 a barrel : The Guardian"Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez is poised to launch a bid to transform the global politics of oil by seeking a deal with countries which would lock in a price of $50 a barrel.
03.Apr.2006 Analysis: How the US 'lost' Latin America : There is trouble ahead for Uncle Sam in his own backyard. Big trouble.
03.Apr.2006 U.S. troops in Dominican Republic: The USA hoped sending a heavily armed brigade of several thousand troops to Barahona, a small city on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic 50 miles from the Haitian border, would go unnoticed.
03.Apr.2006 FBI tactics anger Puerto Ricans: The Puerto Rico Department of Justice sued the FBI last month in federal court, saying the agency is obstructing local law enforcement investigations into the two incidents.
03.Apr.2006 Continent on ascendant : THE twenty-first century is decidedly the Asian century. Asia has already established itself as the locale for the major themes of contemporary international affairs, in the opening years of the first decade of the twenty-first century.
03.Apr.2006 Eyewitnesses: Palestinian leader Obayat was shot 'execution-style' by Israeli forces : The Monday morning assassination of resistance leader Raed Obayat by Israeli special forces, eyewitnesses describe a scene of a badly beaten Obayat + his companion Ra'ed Sulaiman Abu Joura, being dragged down four flights of stairs while crying out "I am injured! I am injured!", after which Israeli forces shot the two in an 'execution-style' assassination.
03.Apr.2006 Exposes the full story of Israeli bulldozers burying a Palestinian alive in Hebron: “It was not sufficient for the bulldozer to bury him alive under the garbage, for the Israelis are now denying his wife and children the simplest of human rights, which is to kiss their husband and father goodbye and bury him according to the Sharia.”
03.Apr.2006 We stand on guard for powerful against weak: Early this month, Canada was the only nation to join the U.S. in voting against a resolution on Palestinian rights at the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Now it has become the first nation after Israel to cut off contacts with and aid to the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority.
03.Apr.2006 The Passionate Attachment: U.S. Support for Aggressive Zionism, the Real Problem in the Middle East
03.Apr.2006 New Christian pro-Israel lobby aims to be stronger than AIPAC : Televangelist John Hagee told Jewish community leaders over the weekend that the 40 million evangelical Christians in the USA support Israel and that he plans to utilize this power to help Israel by launching a Christian pro-Israel lobby.
03.Apr.2006 US 'intoxicated' by power: Gorbachev: "This talk of pre-emptive strikes, of ignoring the UN Security Council and international legal obligations -- all this is leading toward a dark night," Gorbachev told Time magazine.
03.Apr.2006 Iran denies Swiss paper's claim in withdrawal of Gold assets : -An informed source in Central Bank of Iran on Friday denied the news published in a Swiss daily on withdrawal of 250 tons of Iran's gold reserves from that country's Credit Bank.
03.Apr.2006 Noam Chomsky Interview : Noam Chomsky on Iraq Troop Withdrawal, Haiti, Democracy in Latin America and the Israeli Elections
03.Apr.2006 Iraq's US/UK Permanent Bases :: There is Pentagon and US governmental obfuscation surrounding USA permanent bases in Iraq. Whilst Donald Rumsfeld, US Secretary of Defence, continues to deny a permanent US presence there, the facts appear to contradict his statements.
03.Apr.2006 US will Find Another Excuse to Target Iran : The USA is firm in its plans to launch a military operation against Iran, said Kazim Jalali, a spokesman for the Iranian Parliament’s Commission of Foreign Affairs, adding the USA would find another reason for its military operation even if the nuclear plants were immediately shut down.
03.Apr.2006 Iran to test more weapons in wargames : TV: Iran said on Monday it would test fire a powerful torpedo and more missiles as part of a week of wargames in the Gulf, the spokesman for the naval manoeuvres told state television.
03.Apr.2006 Government in secret talks about strike against Iran -By Sean Rayment, Defence Correspondent
It is believed that an American-led attack, designed to destroy Iran's ability to develop a nuclear bomb, is "inevitable" if Teheran's leaders fail to comply with United Nations demands to freeze their uranium enrichment programme. Continued
03.Apr.2006 How the GOP Became God's Own Party-By Kevin Phillips
Now that the GOP has been transformed by the rise of the South, the trauma of terrorism and George W. Bush 's conviction that God wanted him to be president, a deeper conclusion can be drawn: The Republican Party has become the first religious party in U.S. history. Continued.
03.Apr.2006 Injustices of the West Against The Arab World -Lecture By Robert Fisk
Fisk is more determined than ever to prosecute a case against the injustices of the west against the Arab and Muslim world. Agree with him or not, his presentations are suffused with passionate belief in change for the better. This talk was recorded recently in Sydney, as part of the Sydney Ideas 2006 public lecture series organised by the University of Sydney. Real Audio
03.Apr.2006 America's war on the web -By Neil Mackay Investigations editor
IMAGINE a world where wars are fought over the internet; where TV broadcasts and newspaper reports are designed by the military to confuse the population; and where a foreign armed power can shut down your computer, phone, radio or TV at will. Continued
03.Apr.2006 Terror-Prozess: Moussaoui kann zum Tode verurteilt werden
03.Apr.2006 Ein scheinheiliger Vater Ratzi und seine Frau Author: Spectator Köln Mehr Infos zum Papst und seine Frau.Er predigte Wasser und trank Wein!
03.Apr.2006 Study Shows People Do Not Trust Microsoft! Author: Geoff Duncan Microsoft was also the only company cited as having a negative brand potential. Out of 22 companies, Microsoft ranked 20th in brand trust showing that s are wary about the company.
03.Apr.2006 French students hint at law talks A French student leader hints at talks with the government over a new labour law as protesters prepare for action.
03.Apr.2006 Zarqawi 'not leading Iraq unrest' Al-Qaeda's Zarqawi steps down as the head of a coalition of Iraqi militants, a leading Islamist claims.
03.Apr.2006 Nepal rebels call a partial truce Nepal's Maoists say they are suspending attacks in Kathmandu as the political opposition prepares action there.
03.Apr.2006 Space network to track rainfall The US and Japanese space agencies are to launch a satellite network to measure rainfall around the world.
03.Apr.2006 First measles death for 14 years A 13-year-old boy dies from measles, the UK's first fatality from the disease for more than a decade.
03.Apr.2006 Cleaners 'make bug strong' A study finds bleach is the only way to kill of a dangerous hospital bug - other cleaners may actually help it to thrive.
03.Apr.2006 Six nurses fall ill with measles Hundreds of staff are vaccinated at a hospital in north-west London after six nurses fall ill with measles.
03.Apr.2006 'More genes' needed to make life Scientists trying to make artificial life forms in the lab may have a tougher job ahead than they had expected.
03.Apr.2006 A Pretty Good Way to Foil the NSA The man who angered the world's eavesdroppers by releasing PGP in the 1990s is back, this time with voice-encryption software that might be good enough to frustrate illegal telephone surveillance -- no matter who's doing it. Ryan Singel reviews Zfone.
03.Apr.2006 Stop the Presses ... Go Online Newspaper circulation is falling nationwide but newspaper websites are experiencing rapid growth, according to a study. Publishers slow to embrace the new technology are beginning to see the value of committing resources to the online side of the business.
03.Apr.2006 Interview With Leader of Sweden's Pirate Party Author: Hemos 312 CrystalFalcon writes "Linux-P2P has published an interview with Rick Falkvinge, leader of the Swedish Pirate Party which is aiming to gain entry to Swedish Parliament this fall. (The party's founding was previously covered on Slashdot.) The party is totally for real, totally serious + has seen approval ratings of 57% in some polls, with only four percent needed to gain seats. Its goals are to cut back copyrights, abolish patents, and strengthen the right to privacy."
03.Apr.2006 A Chicken In Every Pot, A Robot In Every Home Author: Hemos 82 Palm Addict writes "The New York Times report that "South Korea, the world's most wired country, is rushing to turn what sounds like science fiction into everyday life. The government, which succeeded in getting broadband Internet into 72 percent of all households in the last half decade, has marshaled an army of scientists and business leaders to make robots full members of society.""
03.Apr.2006 Jeff Jarvis tells the flip side of the story, about the editorial side of the Times. It's at times like this that I think Jeff and I should team up and create an alternate NY Times, outside the Times organization (using their syndicated content, mixed with blogs and other MSM pubs), and then sell it back to them. It would save us all a bunch of time, and who knows, it might prevent a war, or whatever. ";->"
03.Apr.2006 Iced Coffee & Bagel notes that rents in New Orleans are dropping, but are still twice what they were before Katrina.
Da Amöben häufig auch in Krankenhäusern anzutreffen sind, hat die Entdeckung potentiell großen Einfluss auf künftige Strategien zur Infektionsvermeidung.
Auch Legionellen vermehren sich im Innern der Amöbe stark. Die Bakterien aus dem Mini-Bioreaktor sind zudem weniger empfindlich gegenüber Bioziden und antimikrobiellen Substanzen und verhalten sich deutlich aggressiver als ihre in freier Umgebung aufgewachsenen Verwandten. Auf die MRSA-Bakterien habe das Wachstum im Einzeller vermutlich denselben Effekt, schreiben die Forscher im Fachblatt "Environmental Microbiology".
Da Amöben oft über die Luft verteilt werden, sind nach Meinung der Wissenschaftler in Kliniken aufwendigere Maßnahmen zur Vermeidung von Infektionen nötig. "Wir müssen die Rolle von Amöben bei der MRSA-Ausbreitung weiter erforschen", sagt Brown. "Krankenhäuser sollten in Zukunft nicht nur Bakterien-Infektionen selbst vorbeugen, sondern auch Strategien entwickeln, um sämtliche Einzeller abzutöten."
03.Apr.2006 Bundeswehr: Teurer Kongo-Einsatz
03.Apr.2006 Tschernobyl-Ausstellung: Nahaufnahme des Leids AN> Terrorismus: Oberster Gerichtshof billigt Bushs Gefangenenpolitik
03.Apr.2006 Hunderte Kranke: Masern-Epidemie an Rhein und Ruhr
03.Apr.2006 Energiegipfel: Die Rückkehr des 30-jährigen Konflikts
03.Apr.2006 Verzweiflungstat: GM verkauft lukrative Finanzsparte
03.Apr.2006 Was die Suchmaschine plant: "In der Zukunft wird Google noch mehr über Sie wissen"
03.Apr.2006 Resistente Erreger: Einzeller lässt Superbakterien gedeihen
03.Apr.2006 Ahnenforschung: Bush-Vorfahr war ein schwedisches Raubein
03.Apr.2006 ENUM ist Online: Das Super-Telefonbuch wartet auf Nutzer
03.Apr.2006 Berlusconis Wahlkampf: Die Grenzen der Medienmacht
03.Apr.2006 "Cicero"-Affäre: Journalisten fordern gesetzlichen Schutz
03.Apr.2006 Politikergeschäfte: Angriff auf Washingtons Insider-Handel
"Die Menschen und wahrscheinlich auch die meisten anderen Lebewesen der Erde wären ohne die Insekten verloren."
Andere wichtige Bereiche wie die Zersetzung von Kadavern und Bäumen, die Produktion von Honig und anderen Naturstoffen sowie die Ernährung von Tierarten, die nicht direkt von Menschen verzehrt werden, flossen gar nicht erst in die Untersuchung ein.
Diese Zahlen, betont Losey, seien eine äußerst konservative Schätzung, die wahrscheinlich nur einem Bruchteil der wahren Größenordnungen entspreche. "Die meisten Insekten erfüllen unermüdlich Aufgaben, die unsere Umwelt und unsere Lebensweise in einer Weise verbessern, die Wissenschaftler gerade erst zu verstehen beginnen", sagt der Insektenkundler.
Insekten-Arbeit ist Milliarden wert
Insekten rauben Menschen zwar gelegentlich den letzten Nerv, leisten aber kostbare Dienste.
US-Forscher haben jetzt auf Cent und Dollar versucht auszurechnen, wie wertvoll die Arbeit der Krabbeltiere ist.
"Lassen Sie sich von der kleinen Gestalt der Insekten nicht täuschen", sagt John Losey von der Cornell University. "Diese kleinen Wunderwerke leisten wertvolle Dienste."
Der US-Forscher hat gemeinsam mit einem Kollegen ausgerechnet, wie wertvoll zumindest ein Teil der Arbeit der Insekten ist.
Das Ergebnis: Leistungen im Wert von 57 Milliarden Dollar (47,3 Milliarden Euro) jährlich tragen die Krabbeltiere Jahr für Jahr allein zum Wohlergehen der US-Wirtschaft bei.
03.Apr.2006 Studie: Insekten-Arbeit ist Milliarden wert
03.Apr.2006 Jugendschutz-Debatte: Murdoch lässt 200.000 MySpace-Seiten löschen
03.Apr.2006 Geisterteilchen: Neutrinos sollen doch eine Masse haben
03.Apr.2006 Regierungsbildung: USA und Großbritannien erhöhen Druck auf irakische Führung
03.Apr.2006 Deutsche Bank: Breuer-Rücktritt sorgt für Kurssprung
03.Apr.2006 Börse: Dax knackt 6000-Punkte-Marke
03.Apr.2006 Atomabkommen: Australien liefert China Uran
Já uma pessoa não pode ir tomar um café que quando volta demitiu-se um ministro. O que dirá Sampaio?
Depois da primeira emoção, duas constipações, vários discursos sobre o exemplo civico de alguns cidadãos que ele gostaria de ter sido, duas conversas com o Daniel para corroborar que o Hospital de Santa Maria é o pior do país, vai ouvir personalidades de vários sectores, reune eventualmente o conselho de Estado, espera mais quinze dias para ter a certeza de que não se engana, vem uma terceira gripe e com sorte demitem-se neste entretanto mais dois ministros. E o processo volta ao principio....AB
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The Canberra Times claims the visit was supposed to be a secret visit with Rupert Murdoch. https://canberra.yourguide.com.au/detailops.asp?
02.Apr.2006 Unfreiwillige Wahlkampfhilfe: U2-Sänger Bono sauer auf Berlusconi
02.Apr.2006 Behandlungserfolg: Erstmals Gentherapie bei Erwachsenen gelungen
02.Apr.2006 Banken: Deutsche-Bank Aufsichtsratschef Breuer tritt zurück
02.Apr.2006 USA: Massenproteste gegen schärfere Einwanderungsregeln
02.Apr.2006 Arbeitsmarkt-Studie: Keine Vollbeschäftigung bis 2030
02.Apr.2006 Italien vor der der Wahl: Berlusconi verliert seinen Glamour
02.Apr.2006 Internationale Raumstation: Russen bieten Nasa bezahlte Hilfe an
02.Apr.2006 Aerial Imaging Swoops Low Down Photos shot by low-flying planes and stitched together with geo-spatial software tell the real story on the ground. The mapping technology is being used for public safety, but also by officials who don't have to leave the office to see who's building without a permit.
02.Apr.2006 Ein scheinheiliger Vater Ratzi und seine Frau Author: Spectator Köln Mehr Infos zum Papst und seine Frau.Er predigte Wasser und trank Wein!
02.Apr.2006 Let Cooler Heads Prevail So, "the debate is over." Time magazine says so. Last week's cover story exhorted readers to "Be Worried. Be Very Worried," and ABC News concurred in several stories. So did Montana's governor, speaking on ABC. And there was polling about global warming, gathered by Time and ...
02.Apr.2006 Alcatel to Buy Lucent in Merger Author: Shane Pitman Alcatel SA + Lucent Technologies Inc. have announced today a merger between the two telecommunications equipment makers in which France based Alcatel will purchase US based Lucent in order to form a major new competitor to telecommunications industry giant Cisco Systems Inc. The new company, ...
02.Apr.2006 Accountability Office Finds Itself Accused A Congressional investigator has accused his agency of hiding a scientific fraud among builders of a $26 billion weapons system.
02.Apr.2006 More hosepipe bans introduced Three more water companies in the south-east of England are beginning to enforce hosepipe bans.
02.Apr.2006 Thousands in NY immigration rally Thousands of demonstrators march through New York to protest against tougher US immigration laws.
02.Apr.2006 Alcatel and Lucent agree to merge France's Alcatel and US firm Lucent Technologies, leading IT and telecoms systems firms, agree to merge.
02.Apr.2006 Bono hits out at Berlusconi Rock star Bono accuses Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi of "exploiting" his image in the run-up to the country's elections.
02.Apr.2006 Not quite, Times Author: Jeff Jarvis The Times — like many people in power — seems to have trouble grasping the full impact of the internet handing control over to the people. They have real trouble turning their personal prisms around to look at the world from the bottom up instead of their usual top down. Or to put it ...
02.Apr.2006 Incurious George Author: David George Will argues now that no one would have noticed the 0.6 deg. C of global average warming to date, if the irresponsible press had not deliberately produced anxiety by pointing it out. He could be right. I expect no one would have personally noticed ...
02.Apr.2006 New Study: mobile phone-brain tumour link re-emerges! Author: Site admin Hey. We keep telling people to GET OFF THE PHONE!
02.Apr.2006 Google sells $2.07bn of its stock US search engine Google raises $2.07bn in its second share sale in seven months.
02.Apr.2006 A history of all the movies ever made Blog: We know that compiling lists are a favorite pastime in the blogosphere, but this is ridiculous. Based on the premise that films...
02.Apr.2006 Mayor defends toll payment row London mayor Ken Livingstone defends his calls for American staff at the US embassy to pay the congestion charge.
"ReaderScan" heißt die Methode, die der Schweizer Carlo Imboden vertreibt und bei der rund einhundert Menschen stellvertretend für die tatsächliche oder gewünschte Leserschaft mit einem elektronischen Stift markieren, was sie gelesen haben. Angeblich sind ihre Angaben nach einer Eingewöhnungszeit recht realistisch. Imboden ist überzeugt, dass die Daten die Zeitungslandschaft dramatisch verändern werden.
Zeitungsleser sind merkwürdig. Sie mögen es, wenn in einem Artikel ein Kasten mit einem Zitat steht. Aber wenn sie dann den Text lesen, hören sie gerne exakt an der Stelle, an der das Zitat im Artikel auftaucht, wieder auf zu lesen. Ein schlauer Redakteur, der solche Erkenntnisse ernst nimmt, wählt deshalb als Zitat für den Kasten eines, das erst weit hinten in seinem Artikel auftaucht. Oder, ganz pfiffig, eines, das gar nicht vorkommt.
Obwohl der israelische Forscher Sidney Loeb das schon in den siebziger Jahren vorgeschlagen hat, steckt die Entwicklung eines Osmose-Kraftwerks noch in den Kinderschuhen. Der norwegische Energiekonzern Statkraft startete jetzt gemeinsam mit Wissenschaftlern des GKSS-Forschungszentrums in Geesthacht bei Hamburg und weiteren internationalen Kollegen 2001 ein von der Europäischen Union gefördertes Projekt.
Die Chemiker aus Geesthacht sind dabei für die Entwicklung von funktionalen Membranwerkstoffen verantwortlich.
"Wir sind seit Projektbeginn schon einen großen Schritt weitergekommen", sagt Klaus-Viktor Peinemann, Projektleiter am GKSS.
5 Watt pro Quadratmeter Membran
"Die kritische Größe ist die Leistung, die mit einem Quadratmeter Membranfläche erzeugt werden kann", so Peinemann.
Am Anfang hätten die Kunststoff-Membranen aus Geesthacht lediglich eine Leistung von weniger als 0,1 Watt pro Quadratmeter liefern können, drei Jahre später dagegen konnten die Wissenschaftler schon ungefähr zwei Watt pro Quadratmeter verzeichnen.
02.Apr.2006 Was wollen Sie von uns? Zeitungen erforschen ihre Leser und erfahren, dass sie sich ändern müssen
02.Apr.2006 Atomkonflikt: Geheimdienste warnen vor iranischem Terror-Krieg
02.Apr.2006 Segway Human Transporter: Skifahren auf Rädern AN> Strenge Sitten: Schulverweis wegen Haarsträhnen AN> Flussmündungen: Sauberen Strom mit Osmose erzeugen
02.Apr.2006 WING TV on WOR AM Radio: The 9-11 Worm is Turning Author: https://wor710.com/podcast.php
02.Apr.2006 GOOGLING THE ISRAEL LOBBY Author:
SeanMcBride (firstname.lastname@example.org) UNDERNEWS Undernews is the online report of the Progressive Review, edited by Sam Smith, who has covered Washington under nine presidents + edited alternative journals since 1964. The Review is an online journal and archive of alternative news. It has been on the web since 1995. See main page for full
02.Apr.2006 THE DEMOCRATS ARE GELDED DONKEYS Author:
email@example.com Allen L Roland's Radio Weblog My ongoing theme is always the truth , as I see it + the exposure of lies, deception and manipulation wherever they exist. I remain firmly convinced that the world can no longer resist its innate urge to unite and co-operate with one another and we are very close to the point where war
02.Apr.2006 Keeping It Quiet: The Israel Lobby's Crushing of Dissent Author:
SeanMcBride (firstname.lastname@example.org) WhatReallyHappened.com Keeping It Quiet: The Israel Lobby's Crushing of Dissent In ISRAEL What the authors of the current paper hope to do is start a sensible public debate about the Israeli lobby and America's policy in the Middle East. Of course, avoiding an honest debate is one of
02.Apr.2006 Judge Orders Southern Poverty Law Center Investigated For Complicity In Oklahoma City Bombing Author:
SeanMcBride (email@example.com) WhatReallyHappened.com Judge Orders Southern Poverty Law Center Investigated For Complicity In Oklahoma City Bombing In COVER-UP/DECEPTIONS Search the archives for political-research at https://www.terazen.com/Subscribe to the RSS feed for
02.Apr.2006 DOJ Demands to Snoop Internet Search Results Author:
SeanMcBride (firstname.lastname@example.org) Another Day in the Empire Just another WordPress weblog DOJ Demands to Snoop Internet Search Results By Administrator on Uncategorized Out here in the desert of southern New Mexico, we have few options when it comes to broadband internet. In essence, we have a seriously limited choice
02.Apr.2006 Bloglines - Tony Soprano vs. Antonin Scalia Author:
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Ever since early childhood, one piece of advice tends to be repeated to us over and over again. In terms of social interactions with others, with creativity, with most communication, the important thing - or so the adage goes - is to ‘just be yourself’. Manage this, we’re told, ...
02.Apr.2006 Study: Long-term cell use raises brain tumor risk Author: Reuters, for Reuters
Contradicting conclusions of other researchers, Swedish study cites link between brain tumors, extensive cell phone use.
02.Apr.2006 Swedish Study Finds Cell Phone Cancer Risk Author: Zonk
Dtjohnson writes "A new Swedish study has found that heavy users of cell phones had a 240 percent increase in brain tumors on the side of their head that the phone was used on. The study defined 'heavy' use as more than 2,000 total hours, or approximately one hour of use per workday for 10 years. ...
02.Apr.2006 John Dean says to censure Bush Author: Site admin
All Republicans are not the same. I guess.
02.Apr.2006 How does it feel when your brother gets detained without charge for over a month and the police won't tell you why, or where he is? Author: Rebecca MacKinnon
Nina Wu, sister of the detained filmmaker and blogger Hao Wu, continues to document her ordeal on her blog, Missing Haozi. (Haozi is Hao's family nickname.) Yesterday, in a post about visiting the police station (translated into English here), she...
02.Apr.2006 Rice and Straw in Baghdad talks US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and UK Foreign Secretary Jack Straw are in Iraq on a surprise trip.
02.Apr.2006 Tories 'will reveal donor names' The election watchdog will be told the names of all those who made loans to the Tories, Theresa May says.
02.Apr.2006 Knife scanners to go UK-wide Mobile metal detectors are to be used across the UK transport network, the BBC has learned.
02.Apr.2006 More hosepipe bans introduced Three more water companies in the south-east of England are beginning to enforce hosepipe bans.
02.Apr.2006 Thousands in NY immigration rally Thousands of demonstrators march through New York to protest against tougher US immigration laws.
02.Apr.2006 Google sells $2.07bn of its stock US search engine Google raises $2.07bn in its second share sale in seven months.
02.Apr.2006 Minister 'cleared' over £2m loan Downing Street says Lord Sainsbury has been cleared of breaching the ministerial code over an undisclosed loan.
02.Apr.2006 Fingerprints hide lifestyle clues Fingerprints could soon help police narrow down their list of suspects by giving clues about lifestyle.
02.Apr.2006 'Corrupt' Argentine police purged The Argentine authorities try to clean up the Buenos Aires police force with a purge of more than 100 officers.
02.Apr.2006 Bird flu plan for 'mass graves' Mass burials are being considered in preparations for a possible bird flu pandemic, a newspaper suggests.
02.Apr.2006 Swedish Study Finds Cell Phone Cancer Risk Author: Zonk 106 dtjohnson writes "A new Swedish study has found that heavy users of cell phones had a 240 percent increase in brain tumors on the side of their head that the phone was used on. The study defined 'heavy' use as more than 2,000 total hours, or approximately one hour of use per workday for 10 years. An earlier British study was previously discussed here that didn't find an increased risk, although that study covered fewer subjects and only followed one type of brain tumor for a shorter period of time. Or course, the biggest epidemiological study of all is the one we are all participating in whenever we use our cell phone. The results from that study won't be available for a while."
02.Apr.2006 Neutrino Mass Confirmed Author: Zonk 174 biohack writes "BBC News reports that results from the MINOS experiment have confirmed that neutrinos have mass. To look for neutrino oscillations, scientists created muon neutrinos in a particle accelerator at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab). After passing through a particle detector at Fermilab, a high intensity beam of neutrinos travelled to another particle detector 724km (450 miles) away in a disused mine in Soudan, US. The set up established that fewer particles were being detected at the Soudan site than had been sent from Fermilab, which confirmed that some neutrinos changed their flavor on the way - an effect called neutrino flavor oscillation, which requires them to have mass. 'To put it simply, if they are heavy, it means that there is a lot more mass in the Universe than we thought there was,' said Professor Jenny Thomas from University College London."
Four Generations of Bush Family Arms Industry Involvement
George W. Bush , Barbara Bush + Aleister Crowley
Most sources divulge little about this woman. We learn more about her husband Marvin Pierce, the president of the McCall Corporation, which published McCall's magazine and Redbook . He married Pauline, a beautiful young socialite, in 1919. Their first child, Martha, was born the next year; the second, James, was born in 1921. At this time, Aleister Crowley inhabited what must have seemed a very different world, as he embarked upon the great communal experiment of the Abbey of Thelema in Italy.
Pauline, however, had a hidden side -- what we might call (without intending any judgment or insult) a wild side. We get a whiff of it from this Wikipedia entry: W magazine once described her as "beautiful, fabulous, critical, and meddling" and "a former beauty from Ohio with extravagant tastes"...
Rumors that Pauline had an affair with Dwight D. Eisenhower have never been verified... Still, gossip tabloids from the '40s often associated her with prominent men in politics and film.
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02.Apr.2006 Bush, Worse Than Watergate: John Dean Should Know -- BuzzFlash News Analysis
The joke has come upon us: Six "enduring bases" will keep Bush occupation in Iraq, UK Independent reports. The neocon project to dominate the Middle East, using the country as an "aircraft carrier," is alive and well.
Forget the hundreds of thousands of American wetlands being lost, says BushCo -- we're counting golf course water hazards as nature preserves! Not even kidding. (Oh, rock quarries full of water count, too.) 4/2
02.Apr.2006 Rove's Plan to Maintain GOP One-Party Control of U.S., Bomb Iran: Brit government in secret talks over attacking Iran, because this gang did so well against Iraq 4/2
White House Clearly Telling GOP Consultants to Jump Ship of the Felonius Diva, Katherine Harris: The weekend the Harris campaign fell apart -- it would almost be kinda sad if she weren't such an awful human being 4/2
There could be worldwide attacks if we hit Iran, say experts 4/2
02.Apr.2006 Bushevik space politburo graciously says NASA scientists can talk to media without a party minder -- but if they do, they're "courting trouble" 4/2
The arrogance of Halliubrton: documents reveal company's refusal, over and over again, to follow the rules in a $1.2 billion contract 4/2
02.Apr.2006 Other countries send quake aid to Iran, which hasn't decided whether to accept U.S. aid 4/2
Gruesome LA Times account of the wounded. Amputation rate is twice past wars. 4/2
02.Apr.2006 SPAIN, Landmine Monitor Report 1999 Mine Ban Policy.
03.Dec.1997 Spain signed the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty.
It officially deposited its instruments of ratification at the UN 19.Jan.1999 ,the sixtieth nation to do so. ...
All are a part of the group DEFEX (Defense + Export), which, in turn, is controlled by the INI ... www.icbl.org/lm/1999/spain.html
02.Apr.2006 AST - Advanced Software Technologies ... Technologies along its business activity: - Spain : Identity National Document, DNI (along with ...
Information System for the National Police (along with Defex , as technological partner ... www.ast-software.com/inicio.php?idioma=in&n=5&h=11
02.Apr.2006 Der Trend zur Enthaltung: Warum die Armen nicht zur Wahl gehen
02.Apr.2006 Hochwasser: Ende des Pegelanstiegs nicht abzusehen
02.Apr.2006 Sheen 9/11 Fallout: Mainstream Columnists Learn Valuable Lessons Author: Paul Joseph Watson Sheen 9/11 Fallout: Mainstream Columnists Learn Valuable Lessons The world is ...
02.Apr.2006 Internet Injects Sweeping Change Into U.S. Politics Both Democratic and Republican campaigns are finding the Internet to be far more efficient than the traditional tools of politics.
02.Apr.2006 MoD denies Iran military meeting The MoD denies reports the military and the government are to discuss possible military action against Iran.
02.Apr.2006 Voters 'want Blair resignation' The majority of voters would like Tony Blair to step down within a year, a News of the World poll shows.
02.Apr.2006 Australian cartoon irks Indonesia Indonesia criticises an Australian newspaper cartoon lampooning its leader, amid worsening relations.
02.Apr.2006 Smart brains 'grow differently' The brains of smart people tend to develop at a different rate to those of their peers, a Nature study suggests.
02.Apr.2006 Experiment: Closed-Heart Surgery Surgeons in several countries are attempting versions of a minimally invasive heart surgery to replace a faulty valve without cracking open the chest.
It involves working the valve into position in the heart through an artery or small opening in the chest.
02.Apr.2006 Aviation A high speed stall puts the tail in the wind shade, not a funny state. The T-tail takes a while to get wind traveling over it, unlike most small aircraft ... www.geocities.com/heidoscop/aviation.htm
01.Apr.2006 Usenet Archive ... All 757 and 767 AIRCRAFT equipped with computerized FLIGHT > control systems? ...
Hani Hanjour Did Not fly a Boeing 757 into The Pentagon The way > they ... www4.all-usenet-archive.com/File.asp?service=14601
01.Apr.2006 Usenet Archive ... they said it did without going into What they call a High speed stall . ...
Hani Hanjour did Not fly a Boeing 757 into the Pentagon the Way they said it. ... www4.all-usenet-archive.com/pages/3793.html
01.Apr.2006 The 911 Oral HistoriesMarch 29, 2006 - Audio Author: SeanMcBride (firstname.lastname@example.org) CRIMES AND CORRUPTIONS OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER NEWS CRIMES AND CORRUPTIONS OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER NEWS - LiveJournal.com Dr. David Ray Griffin: Explosive Testimony - The 911 Oral Histories
29.Mar.2006 - Audio - Listen
01.Apr.2006 Batch of Posts
11.Sep.2001 ... questions remain By somebigguy Wow, it just keeps coming. There was a time when you had to search far and wide for a decent 9/11 article, not
01.Apr.2006 Rice: Just Kidding Drudge Retort Red Meat for Yellow Dogs Rice:
Just Kidding One day after Condoleezza Rice said the USA made possibly "thousands" of tactical mistakes in the war against Iraq, the secretary of state says she was speaking "figuratively, not literally."
01.Apr.2006 What does it all mean? Able Danger Blog Able Danger was a small, military intelligence unit under Special Operations Command.
It was created as a result of a directive 00.Sep.1999 to develop a campaign against transnational terrorism, specifically al-Qaida.
According to claims made by Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer and confirmed by others,
01.Apr.2006 How the FBI Let 9/11 Happen - Never mind Moussaoui ... (Jeff A. Taylor/Reason) I have to say I respect those who are lying about 9/11 (+ know they are lying) more than those like Taylor, who seems more clueless than malicious. memeorandum Political Web, page A1 How the FBI Let 9/11 Happen - Never mind Moussaoui ...
01.Apr.2006 OpinionJournal Article: Terrorists and the Supreme Court Author: bill giltner - WSJ says if tools (meaning unconstitutional acts and directives by the Executive) were used by Presidents Washington, Lincoln, + FDR, why shouldn't they be approved today. I think a very good case could be made that we aren't at War
01.Apr.2006 Significant Warming of the Antarctic Winter Troposphere Author: William The "iconic" Antarctic temperature trends are the large warming seen on the Antarctic Peninsula, which has had various repercussions including the collapse of several ice shelves (some documented in a previous post). Elsewhere, though, the pattern of surface warming is more complex - trends are ...
01.Apr.2006 Advertisers losing their faith in TV, moving to the Internet Author: SN Advertisers losing their faith in TV
01.Apr.2006 Help Me Get My Money from Google Author: Scott Karp Google AdSense has an onerous policy of only paying publishers when they earn more than $100. I have $22.60 stuck in my AdSense account, with little hope of getting it out any time in the foreseeable future. In fact, if I abandoned AdSense now, Google would get to keep that $22.60. (It’s ...
01.Apr.2006 Egypt party rivals clash in Cairo Twenty-three people are hurt - some by gunfire - as rival factions of Egypt's opposition Wafd party clash.
01.Apr.2006 NY Times: "The transformation of American politics by the Internet is accelerating with the approach of the 2006 Congressional + 2008 White House elections, producing far-reaching changes in the way campaigns approach advertising, fund-raising, mobilizing supporters and even the spreading of negative information."
01.Apr.2006 Was Flight 11 a 767? Assuming the aircraft is not in a high speed stall (unlikely, as it would interfere ...
Alternatively Boeing 767 -200's could be deployed for both towers, ... dspace.dial.pipex.com/prod/dialspace/town/pipexdsl/q/aqrf00/wf11a767 /