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Sep
2004

Oberster Datenschützer kritisiert Ausländerzentralregister

Gegen generelle Speicherung: Oberster Datenschützer kritisiert Ausländerzentralregister

06.09.04

Der Bundesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz, Peter Schaar, hat heftige Kritik an der Behandlung von EU-Ausländern in Deutschland geübt. Die generelle Speicherung von Daten im Ausländerzentralregister sei problematisch, sagte Schaar dem Berliner "Tagesspiegel". Alle möglichen Stellen könnten online Daten von Ausländern abrufen - und zwar auch von Ausländern aus der Europäischen Union, die sich bei für eine längere Zeit in Deutschland aufhalten. Dafür gebe es in einem zusammenwachsenden Europa überhaupt keine Rechtfertigung, kritisierte der Datenschützer: "Ich fordere daher nachdrücklich, dass die generelle Speicherung von EU-Ausländern im Ausländerzentralregister unterbleibt."

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:

http://www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php4?Nr=9233

Mehr Kinder medizinisch unterversorgt

Gesundheit: Mehr Kinder medizinisch unterversorgt

06.09.04

Mehr Kinder aus armen Familien sind in Deutschland medizinisch unterversorgt. Zwar gibt es für sozial benachteiligte oder arme Familien noch Angebote des öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienstes wie etwa der Einschulungs-Untersuchung. Doch nach Berichten der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sozialpädiatrie und Jugendmedizin DGSPJ fallen diese durchgängig für alle Kinder vorgesehenen Untersuchungen zunehmend dem Rotstift zum Opfer. Der Kinder- und Jugendarzt Eberhard Zimmermann befürchtet daher eine "Gettoisierung" armer Familien bei der Gesundheitsfürsorge. So hätten bereits rund ein Drittel aller Kinder von drei bis sechs Jahren erhebliche sprachliche wie auch motorische Entwicklungsdefizite. Betroffen seien davon vor allem Kinder aus sozial schwachen und bildungsfernen Familien sowie aus Migrantenfamilien.

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:

http://www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php4?Nr=9238

Dauerstress durch Handys?

Unsere ständigen Begleiter wie etwa das Handy, der Laptop oder auch E-Mails verursachen einen schädlichen Dauerstress bei vielen Arbeitnehmern in den USA und Europa, berichtet die New York Times. Mobiltelefone, Laptops und E-Mail ließen die Trennung zwischen Arbeitsumfeld und Privatsphäre zunehmend verwischen.

Büroangestellte sind besonders gefährdet, weil sie ihre Arbeit gerne mit nach Hause nehmen, so Dr. Guy Standing vom International Labor Office der UN. Außerdem verstärke die durch Downsizing und Outscoring drohende Gefahr, den Arbeitsplatz verlieren zu können, das Gefühl von Überarbeitung und Erschöpfung.

Diese Probleme kosten die US-Wirtschaft jährlich 300 Milliarden US-Dollar durch verloren gegangene Pruduktivität und die Folgekosten im Gesundheitswesen, schätzt das American Institute of Stress.


06.09.2004 / rar

http://www.guenstiger.de/gt/main.asp?news=3554


Nachricht von der BI Bad Dürkheim

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Handys und der Strahlungswahnsinn
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Problems Abound in Election System

http://www.truthout.org/docs_04/090604I.shtml

To Whom it May Concern

http://www.truthout.org/docs_04/090604A.shtml

Incorporated United States Government and It's Jurisdiction over artificial entities

http://tinyurl.com/4z8br

The 2nd plane had no windows

The 2nd plane had no windows... Posted By: Diefenbaker

Post Time: 8/18/04 06:58

http://www.911inplanesite.com/911trailer.html

No windows on the second plane and that footage you wanted to see on the Pentagon. Pass this link around before it is made extinct.


Informant: buddiebuddiee

Gesamter Planet einem hochfrequenten Dauerstress ausgesetzt

Gerade komme ich von einer Reise nach Sri Lanka über die Malediven zurück

In der Hauptstadt von Sri Lanka - Colombo - sieht man zahlreiche Mobilfunksender auf den Dächern der Wohnhäuser (wie auch in Kuba und Afrika!) - und dies ohne Rücksicht auf Verluste!

Sogar auf den (vor kurzem noch) paradiesischen Malediven-Inseln sind jetzt massenweise Sendeanlagen zu finden und die Malediver telefonieren mit dem Handy (sie sind eigentlich arme Fischer - wie ist dies möglich?)

Durch diesen rigorosen Ausbau wird nunmehr unser gesamter Planet einem hochfrequenten Dauerstress ausgesetzt - was mit Sicherheit nicht nur ein weiteres Aufheizen der Atmosphäre bewirkt und uns damit alle betrifft.

Von den Menschen in der "Dritten Welt" kann man nicht erwarten, dass sie Bürgerinitiativen bilden - vielmehr erhoffen sie sich durch den Fortschritt einen Ausweg aus ihrer eigenen Armut.

Damit sehe ich unsere Bemühungen in einer ganz anderen Dimension!

Manu Knapp

Mast victory

* "The reality that phone companies must now face is that people simply do not want these masts placed near their houses or schools."

IS THE KILLER FUTURE THE "CELL TOWER CAMOUFLAGE"?

Dr Miguel Muntané


Mast victory

By Karen Armstrong

RESIDENTS in Woodford Green are celebrating an unexpected victory after phone giant O2 had its planning application for a 50-foot mast thrown out on appeal.

The phone company planned to site the mast in the busy High Road outside someone's house and opposite Bancoft's Secondary School. But O2's appeal was thrown out on the grounds of site and appearance last week.

The site on the stretch of road is just 20 yards from a site for which O2 was refused permission after a campaign two years ago.

Residents handed a petition containing nearly 900 signatures to Redbridge Council to protest against the phone giant's plans.

Key campaigner Rochelle Posner said she and a team of neighbours were delighted with the result as it sent out the right message to phone companies that the 'little people' could fight back.

Woodford Green and Chingford MP Iain Duncan Smith joined the residents in their battle and said he was delighted with the result.

He said: "The reality that phone companies must now face is that people simply do not want these masts placed near their houses or schools.

"They are objecting to them all over the country and in the constituency here in Chingford and Woodford Green we had a number of complaints and concerns about these masts and I am pleased that this time we seem to have succeeded and do hope phone companies will recognise that they are not wanted here and move on.

"It is for the Government now to have a complete re-think about the legislation on placing these masts.

"It is quite intolerable that we are forced individually to fight these masts without any real help or support from the Government. It is time to think again."

But Woodford Green residents may not have heard the last of the phone company. An O2 spokesman said: "We are disappointed with the planning inspectorate's decision and we will be looking to go back to the local authority with another application."

3:30am Sunday 5th September 2004

© Copyright 2001-2004 Newsquest Media Group - A Gannett Company

http://www.wansteadandwoodfordguardian.co.uk/news/localnews/display.var.524624.0.mast_victory.php

Yellowstone Park

http://tinyurl.com/6ludu

US Troops Ordered to Risk their Lives for Halliburton

Spiros D / Straight Talk

BAGHDAD August 31, 2004

I am a soldier stationed in Iraq concerned about the role of private contractors in this war, and would like to ask for your help. A large US contractor called KBR (Kellog, Brown, and Root), a daughter company of Halliburton (once run by VP Dick Cheney), is operating on every US base in Iraq. KBR is now requesting, and the army is allowing, US soldiers to ride "shot gun" in KBR convoys hauling KBR goods all over Iraq. KBR is afraid to be out on the roads alone and want our US soldiers to risk their lives riding shot gun for their missions.

http://mailhost.groundspring.org/cgi-bin/t.pl?id=86524:740526

Omega-News Collection 6. September 2004

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Protecting our children from environmental hazards
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Public Concern Over GM Foods Increases
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DU & the U.S. 2004 Election
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The Chemical Wars, Part 2
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Let The San Joaquin Flow
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Imperial president
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Misunderstanding terrorism
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Bush by numbers : Four years of double standards
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Four more years - how many more wars?
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Reality on the Ballot
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The Promise of George W. Bush
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"I trust God speaks through me"
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Prisons, Profits, and Prophets
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Corporals Don't Order Nuclear Radiation Weapons, Presidents Do
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Bush: It's About Me and My Crusade
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Commander-In-Chief
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‘We don’t want our loved ones who died in 9/11 used as an excuse to start war’
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The President Speaks, the Crowd Goes Wild
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WHO'S A GIRLIE MAN?
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Republican Conventional Lies
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Theft of the Presidency
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Taking on Dangerous Lies
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Clarity of Message
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C-Span
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Protester Protector
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Over 10,000 Join Together in Militant Protest While Bush Speaks
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More Blacks locked up, denied vote in key election states
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Judge Orders Release of N.Y. Protesters
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Censored!
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Our Future?
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Media Reform Needed for a Continuing Democracy
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Plutocracy Today, Kleptocracy Tomorrow?
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US standing with Arabs hits a low
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Their dog-eat-dog world
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Republican propaganda machine rolls on
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Feel the Hate
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From Protest to Rebellion
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Guantanamo on the Hudson
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Let jailed activists go
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Another Catastrophic Success?
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National Guardsmen Speak Out on Reassignment in Iraq
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Iraq war real crime
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Prison abuses 'had precedents'
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Army Torture Investigators Blame CIA
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US Illegally Removes Pages from Iraq UN Report
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U.S. press puts Iraq dead on back pages
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Mutiny In The Ranks
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Political fluff masks serious issues
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Hearing spotlights government ‘secrets’
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Attempted Subpoena for Indymedia Logs
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The People's Right to Know
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The Holy Empire
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Democracy must begin at home
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A Secure America in a Secure World
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Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
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Stop the Peonization of American Labor
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The Bush Administration's War Against Our Health
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What’s Driving the Attack on Pensions?
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Biggest Pay Cut in U.S. History
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Republicans dishonor our armed forces
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South American Soya Explosion Threatens Forests

WWF: South American Soya Explosion Threatens Forests
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National Guardsmen Speak Out on Reassignment in Iraq

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Informant: maraki724
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