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2004

US Taxpayers Lawsuit NO. CIV-03-03927-SI vs GW Bush

A class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of the American people and the 9/11 families against some government officials for planning the 9/11 events. The attorney in the case is Stanley Hilton, former Bob Dole’s chief of staff. He recently held a very interesting interview about it, the transcript of which is located at

http://prisonplanet.com/articles/september2004/130904hiltontranscript.htm
http://www.timebomb2000.com/vb/showthread.php?s=83343d728992d3a53964d16628de3781&p=1117198#post1117198


Informant: Shannon

Air Force Looks at New Microwave Weapon

http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/1005-20.htm


Generator key to getting microwave weapons on military planes
http://www.ohio.com/mld/beaconjournal/news/state/9834722.htm


Informant: kevcross5

Mast at Knockainey Hill, Hospital, Co. Limerick

Dear Collette O'Connell,

I refer to the above matter and am delighted to inform you that An Bord Pleanala has refused the appeal of Meteor. If you wish to view the decision of An Bord Pleanala their reference is PL13.207172:
http://www.buergerwelle.de/pdf/an_bord_pleanala.doc

Many thanks for your assistance in this matter.

Yours faithfully

JOHN COOKE
Solicitor


Informant: Colette

The march of phone transmitter masts

DOORS your guide to the internet

October 3rd 2004 Sunday Times
Page 14 News Review Supplement

The march of phone transmitter masts is proving unstoppable.

Matthew Wall raises concerns over the widespread ignorance about health effects of radiation.


Walk down a busy high street and count the mobile phones and internet hot spots. Four years ago there were 5m mobile phone in the UK; today, there are more than 50m. That adds up to a tidal wave of radio traffic. We all want to stay in touch, but the price of taking calls is becoming too high for ma y. Health and environmental concerns have sparked a war of words between campaigners and an industry that profits every time you tell your loved ones you are on a train.

Mobile-phone masts and base stations are springing up like virulent fungi – 50,000 of the eyesores will be dotted round Britain by 2007. Although nobody should underplay the benefits of the cordless revolution, the question remains: how afe is wireless technology? Here, the jury is out. On the one hand are the anti-mast campaigners who are convinced that radio frequency (RF) radiation from transmitters can pose a serious threat; they want to see new masts sited away from schools, hospitals and houses.

Lisa Oldham, director and founder of Mast Sanity http://www.mastsanity.org), one of the UK’s largest groups campaigning against mobile-phone masts, says: “We’ve found all sorts of cancer clusters around masts – leukaemia, Hodgkin’s, breast cancer – as well as reports of dizziness, headaches and nosebleeds. The scientists say there is no conclusive evidence, but there is no such thing as conclusive evidence. What did they used to say bout asbestos, or smoking?”

The communications industry, on the other hand, is desperate to dismiss such health fears as irrational, scaremongering nonsense. It simply cannot afford bad news after it paid the government an unprecedented £22.5 billion on licences for the third-generation (3G) spectrum. Forecasts see the UK mobile-phone market doubling between 2003 and 2007, from £864m to £1.6 billion. Health scares would be distinctly bad for business.

A recent study n the Netherlands, by the reputable Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, suggested a correlation between masts, 3G signals and poor health, although no ill effects were observed on older GSM networks. However, one report makes little impact on the debate and government experts remain unsure of the potential risks.

In January this year, the UK’s Advisory Group on Non-Ionising Radiation, working under the National Radiological Protection Board NRPB, http://www.nrpb.org produced an update to the government-backed Stewart report on mobiles in 2000. The update, Health Effects from Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, concluded that much of the research so far had been inadequate both in scope and methodology.

It stated: “The weight of evidence now available does not suggest that there are adverse health effects from exposure to RF fields below guideline levels, but the published research on RF exposures and health has limitations, and mobile phones have been in use for only a relatively short time. The possibility therefore remains open that there could be health effects from exposure to RF fields below guideline SAR (specific absorption rate) levels.”

Put simply: we don’t know how safe phone masts are. Some scientists claim thre is far too much room for the industry to pull the wool over consumers’ eyes. Don Maisch, an Australian researcher in electromagnetic fields, believes the communications industry glosses over potentially adverse health effects, reporting research selectively and restricting funding in case the results prove commercially damaging. “The cellphone industry has learnt from the tobacco wars that if you want to put off the day of judgment you have to control the science,” he says.

The issue that angers campaigners most is the ease with which service providers are able to site masts, with little or no planning permission and often close to schools. The Mobile Operators Association (MOA), which represents the mobile-network operators, says that for masts under 15 metres – the height of a five storey building – they have only to submit a notification to the loal authority. Unless they hear objections, they can then go ahead. For masts above 15 metres, fully planning permission has to be obtained.

Even so, telecoms operators are virtually unstoppable. Local councils’ hands were tied by the Labour government when it granted operators legal rights to use public-highway land for telecoms development. The government’s 2001 guidance to councils states@ “The planning system is not the place for determining health safeguards. If a proposed development meets the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection guidelines for public exposure, it should not be necessary for a local planning authority to consider further the health aspects and concerns about them.”

Final decisions are therefore made by laymen in local government, who have been told to ignore the scientific issues.

Paul Miner of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, has called for far tighter controls: “Mobile operators continue to be able tp put up many new masts without having to apply for planning permission. This means that locals and the council might object to an inappropriate mast proposal, but the mast will go up regardless.”

Many communities, especially those near schools, feel powerless to stop the march of the mats. “We are swamped with people protesting and worrying about the effects on children.” Lisa Oldham says. “There are hundreds of groups around the country trying to stop new masts being erected and get existing masts taken down.”

The campaigners, however, face a stony-faced industry with the law on its side. The MOA said, “There is no policy regarding the siting of masts near schools, other than the requirement to consult with them. But the consultee has no right of veto.”

Not surprisingly, the All-Party Parliamentary Mobile Group in its report into the siting of masts earlier this year highlighted a “Lack of trust” between communities, government, the communications industry and loal authorities. The MOA says tighter controls would simply slow the roll-out of essential communications technology and blames local authorities for not liaising enough with the industry.

Resistance to mobile communications does not stop with masts. The argument surrounding the health implications of radiation from handsets rages unabated, as spasmodic scientific studies continue to raise alaram. One recent Hungarian study suggested that mobile phones kept in trouser pockets could reduce male sperm county; another, from Sweden, suggested that RF radiation could damage red blood cells.

So where does the truth lie? In 1999, the government backed Independent Experts Group on Mobile Phones (www.iegmp.org.uk), chaired by Sir William Stewart, a former chief scientists under the Tories, reviewed scientific evidence on RF radiation. It found no compelling evidence that mobile phones were harmful, but given the paucity of research, Stewart advised a precautionary approach.

Children, in particular, could be more vulnerable to radiation from handsets because their nervous systems are still developing; their tissues, too, may absorb more radiation than adults. Stewart recommended that children under 16 should restrict mobile-phone use to essential calls and keep call lengths to a minimum, a view endorsed by the British medical Association http://www.bma.org and the Department of Health http://www.dh.gov.uk .

The debate over handset emissions has moved on to a phone’s SAR value, a measurement of the emissions given out every time you make or take a call. Under EU guidelines, mobiles cannot be sold unless they have an SAR value of less than two watts per kilogram of body weight. The table of bestselling phones (above right) shows that they all comply, though all emit more radiation than the UK’s safest. The message is that you could be wise to select a phone with a low emission rate.

Professor Lawrie Challis, chairman of the Mobile Telecommunications Health Research Programme http://www.mthr.org.uk an independent organisation funding research into RF radiation, nevertheless warns: “With an event like the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, you’re likely to see effects after five or six yewars. With mobile phones, you might not see the effects for 20 years. Yet most of us in the UK have been using them for only six or seven years. Sop we have to be cautious and continue doing research.”

This is not the path followed by the mobile-phone industry. Motorola’s international website (www.motorola.com) blithely states: “There is no scientific basis to restrict the use of mobile phones by children, and this remains a matter open for parental choice.” On the site of the Mobile Manufacturers Fore (MMF www.mmfai.org), the global association that counts Motorola, Nokia, Ericcson and Samsung among its members, the “Research” link reveals a disappointingly brief, selective round-up of research findings. In mobile land, it seems all is rosy.

Such an apparently cavalier stance angers leading scientists. Stewart and Challis have criticised mobile-phone manufacturers for not giving clearer information about the radiation-emission levels of their phones. Challis says: “When I wanted to buy a low-exposure phone, the chap in the shop knew nothing about SAR, and there was nothing on the box. Eventually, I found the SAR value on page 68 of the instruction booklet. Industry and government must be more honest with the public.” At least the MMF website now lists SAR values for its members’ mobile phones, which is a step in the right direction.

The number of mobiles, networks and cordless home phones is growing so fast that the World Health Organisation (www.who.int) actually wonders whether meaningful health-impact studies are still possible. So many competing radiation sources are sited close to each other that pinpointing any risk is problematic.

Given all that we do know about emissions – and all that we don’t – one question cries out: Are we all guinea pigs in some global multibillion-pound commercial experiment? When I put this question to Dr Michael Clark, science spokesman for the NRPB, he replied: “In a way, yes we are.” Scary.

Phone Ratings

Specific absorption rate (SAR) is a measure of the radio emissions absorbed by human tissue when using a mobile phone, expressed in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg)
The European Council recommends a maximum of 2W/kg in 10g of tissue – so the lower the better.

SAR VALUES FOR THE FIVE MOST POPULAR MOBILES AT CARPHONE WAREHOUSE
0.67 - Nokia 1100
0.68 0.59 – Nokia 6230
0.69 0.73 – Nokia 6610i
0.70 0.8 Sony Ericsson T610

Source – manufactuers’ values

UK’s lowest SAR values
0.16 – Sony Ericsson Z600
0.32 – Samsung SGH E800
0.34 – Nokia 9210
0.36 – Nokia 7200
0.37 – Samsung SGH D410
source www.mmfai.org.

SAFETY: What the experts advise

Choose a phone with a low SAR value – this is no guarantee of safety but is a good place to start. The build of a phone and its aerial design affect the radiation it emits.

Alternate phone use between right ear and left ear from time to time.

The strongest signal occurs during initial connection, so hold the handset away from your head while dialling.

Choose a hands-free kit that keeps the phone away from your head.

Pregnant women should keep mobiles away from their stomachs.

Don’t carry phones in trouser pockets.

END


Informant: Colette O'Connell

The five most trustworthy Pro-Peace congressional candidates

We are excited to announce the following five candidates as the most trustworthy and reliable pro-peace candidates for House of Representatives, of those in competitive races.

Although they're all doing very well in the polls, they are facing well financed opponents and they need your help! The success of these five campaigns is critical, because the outcome of these races will be viewed by other congressional leaders as a barometer by which to measure public opposition to military involvement in Iraq. We need truth tellers in congress who believe in both human dignity and individual freedom, and these five candidates are the ones who are telling people the truth: : Barney Frank, Cynthia McKinney, Pete Defazio, Jeff Fisher, and Jan Schneider!

If they win, the rest of congress will take notice, and misguided lawmakers on both sides of the aisle will realize the public is fed up with the lies, fed up with the abuse of power, and fed up with the propaganda.

Their positions on Iraq can and will change the dynamic of the debate, and their success will send a message to other lawmakers that people who speak the truth and stand up for justice are rewarded by the public for doing so.

Here are some quick links where you can learn more about these candidates:
http://barneyfrank.net/home/on_the_issues/iraq
http://www.cynthiaforcongress.com/issues/war/index.html
http://www.defazioforcongress.org/issues.htm
http://www.jefffisherforcongress.com/indexiraqwarsissues.htm
http://www.schneider-for-congress.com/2004/foreign.htm

If you'd like to take additional action to help safeguard the civil rights of the young, please contact your lawmakers and tell them to abolish the selective service in its entirety, and in doing so mandate that all existing selective service records and files be erased and shredded so that young people do not live in fear of being exploited for a narrow and corrupt warmongering agenda.

http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm
http://www.house.gov/writerep

Statements you may not have heard on TV:

>From George Soros, "All my experience has taught me that you can't introduce democracy by military means. It has to come from the people themselves."

>From Barbra Streisand, "We are constantly being fed half truths and lies of omission by the current administration. Every time they send a representative out to speak to the public, he is armed with the same set of message points and catch phrases creating an echo effect. After hearing the same message over and over again, the public begins to believe their words, whether they are true or not."

Official statement signed by 27 career chiefs of mission and retired four-star military leaders, under the banner of Diplomats and Military Commanders for Change: "We face profound challenges in the 21st Century: proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, unequal distribution of wealth and the fruits of globalization, terrorism, environmental degradation, population growth in the developing world, HIV/AIDS, ethnic and religious confrontations. Such problems can not be resolved by military force"

>From the Lone Star Iconoclast newspaper, of Crawford, Texas: "We were duped into following yet another privileged agenda.... no WMDs, no substantive link between Saddam and Osama, and no workable plan for the withdrawal of our troops. We are asked to go along on faith. But remember, blind patriotism can be a dangerous thing and spin will not bring back to life a dead soldier; certainly not a thousand of them..."

An excerpt of a powerful editorial we found on the web, explaining that military drafts are an age-based hate crime:
http://nyc.indymedia.org/newswire/display/125773/index.php


Informant: stopthewar_stopthedraft

Bush’s Police State

Just sitting next to a friend who expresses an anti-Bush opinion can get you into big Secret Service trouble in George W. Bush’s United States...

http://www.interventionmag.com/cms/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=891
http://snipurl.com/9k3z


From Information Clearing House

Election a 'win-win situation' for secretive Bonesmen

Both major presidential candidates are members of a small secret society at Yale University - the Order of Skull & Bones.:

Three Bonesmen have occupied the Oval Office: William Howard Taft (who also served as chief justice of the Supreme Court), George Herbert Walker Bush, and his son.

http://www.registerguard.com/cgi-bin/printStory.py?name=ed.col.millegan.0930&date=20040930
http://snipurl.com/9k3u


'Skull & Bones' :
Video

The real history of Skull and Bones Society at Yale university. Members include President Bush and Senator John Kerry and many others in power...

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article6466.htm


From Information Clearing House

US 'war on terror' is unwinnable

The so-called "war on terror" has become not only unwinnable but counter-productive, greatly exacerbating the threat of global terrorism...

http://www.thestar.co.za/index.php?fSectionId=225&fArticleId=2249447


From Information Clearing House

Omega-News Collection 5. October 2004

Why no wiser about mobile risks ?
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351754/

Iraq Mobile Network Brings Benefits and Bombs
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351416/

Gillette and the RFID chip
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351262/

RFID promoter can't stand being tracked
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351289/

Teens and Antidepressants
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351260/

Mount St. Helens Erupts After 18 Years
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351274/

Against the Grain : Foresters and Politics in Nova Scotia
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351221/

The Chemical Wars
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/308835/

Deformed Fish found near Treatment Plants
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352161/

International Land and Housing Rights Day
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351821/

The unvarnished Truth about President Bush's Giveaway of our Public Lands to Oil, Coal and Timber Interests
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353515/

We need Greens in Parliament as forest guarantee
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353360/

The Darkness In America
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351206/

Eternal Darkness of the American Mind
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351251/

Big Lie Leading to Iraq Quagmire
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351178/

Injured Troops Pay Cut In Half
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351242/

Disrupting America’s Fateful Non-Debate on the Roots of Terror
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351209/

The Bush doctrine: Perhaps the most threatening Document of our Time
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351244/

Bush's America
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352146/

Want To Rule the World?
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352135/

Guarding the Empire
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352130/

Paradise cleansed
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352109/

Crimes Against Nature
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351218/

Bush in a desperate Attempt to defend his War on Terror
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351271/

Iraqis Blame U.S. for Massacre of Children
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352120/

Rice Misleads Again on Iraq's Nuclear Program
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352451/

Defining patriotism and the misuse of the word
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353106/

Bush: Deceptive or Delusional?
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351254/

George W. Bush and the "Mandate of Heaven"
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352127/

What You Don't Know About War
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351238/

"The New Warfare" - Depleted Uranium
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353317/

Rumsfeld: No evidence of al Qaeda/Iraq link
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353087/

My Son- a conscientious Objector
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352171/

Woman Dies after Learning her Son Was Killed in Iraq
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353723/

Limiting federal courts' jurisdiction
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351267/

Four years of failure
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353102/

Habits of Highly Effective Imperialists
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351247/

Barbaric guerilla war will haunt the United States for Decades
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351234/

The gift that keeps on giving
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353094/

War on terror used as pretext for tyrannical erosion of fundamental freedoms
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352114/

Air Force pursuing antimatter weapons
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353328/

When Wars will end
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/351202/

Government of the People: An Innovation of the Founders
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353357/

Preserving and Cherishing the Earth
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352459/

Dalai Lama: Religion Not Cause of Violence
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353341/

Woman Dies after Learning her Son Was Killed in Iraq

http://news.scotsman.com/latest.cfm?id=3587653


From Information Clearing House

The unvarnished Truth about President Bush's Giveaway of our Public Lands to Oil, Coal and Timber Interests

It's high time that America got the unvarnished truth about President Bush's giveaway of our public lands to oil, coal and timber interests.

And beginning this week, millions of Americans will start hearing the truth -- if you'll help us run a hard-hitting television ad made by Robert Redford for the NRDC Action Fund.

This compelling TV spot reveals how big industry gave millions of dollars to elect President Bush -- and how he's paying them back with permission to drill, log and destroy some of our most beautiful western landscapes.

Once you view the ad, I know you'll want to see it broadcast as widely as possible over these next critical weeks.

Congress is preparing to vote on budget bills that will fund more of President Bush's plans -- plans that would unleash chainsaws, bulldozers and drilling rigs in Greater Yellowstone, the Alaskan Rainforest, Utah's Redrock canyons and fragile Arctic wildlife habitats.

The only way to stop this onslaught is to reach out to the vast majority of Americans who oppose carving up our natural heritage for corporate profit.

Won't you help us do that?

The NRDC Action Fund has begun airing the Redford ad in three key states where public lands are being ravaged by President Bush's policies: Colorado, New Mexico and Oregon.

Together, let's make our voices heard and demand that this president and this Congress stop the destruction of our last and best wild places.

Sincerely,

John H. Adams
President
NRDC Action Fund

Robert Redford has recorded a hard-hitting television message to help alert millions of Americans to the Bush Administration's giveaway of our public lands to logging, mining and oil companies. We need your support to run this ad in key states before Congress casts critical votes on the future of our natural heritage:

Play Redford's TV Ad
http://www.nrdcactionfund.org/redfordTVAd/popup_tvad1.html

Read the script
http://www.nrdcactionfund.org/redfordTVAd/popup_transcript.html

The Inherent Right of Sovereignty

Coming Up Tomorrow on American Indian Airwaves

“The Inherent Right of Sovereignty, the Pathology of American Empire, and Genocide by Drowning”

Interview with indigenous legal scholar Steven Newcomb (Shawnee/Lenape Nations) Director of the Indigenous Law Institute, http://ili.nativeweb.org, and a Visiting Professor in Legal Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst on the Inherent Right of Indigenous Sovereignty and the Pathology of American Empire. Steven Newcomb will also be speaking at the Symposium on "American Indian Sovereignty and Self-Determination in the 21st century" at San Diego State University, October 7, 2004, Don Powell Theater at 6:00 PM.

http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/dept/aminweb/symposium_webpage.html

Interview with indigenous Elder and activist Caleen Sisk-Franco (Winennemum Wintu Nation) http://www.winnememwintu.us/ on Drowning by Genocide and the ongoing struggles to protect the McCloud River and the prevention of the Winennemum Wintu Nation traditional lands being drowned by the Shasta Dam.



American Indian Airwaves can be heard every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK (http://www.kpfk.org)
FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara via by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes.


Informant: Carrie Dann

CIVIL LIBERTIES ALERT: Today-Call Congress

http://tinyurl.com/5bquk

We need Greens in Parliament as forest guarantee

Yesterday was a very important day for Tasmania's magnificent forests. Now we need to elect more Greens to act as a forest guarantee in the Parliament.

Thanks in part to sustained pressure from Greens supporters across the country, saving Tasmania's forests has been one of the major issues of this election campaign. Finally, it looks like the ALP is listening to the 85% of Australians calling for an end to old-growth logging in Tasmania.

Until yesterday, the Greens were the only party to release a plan to save Tasmania's old-growth forests whilst creating jobs. Our strategy provides for nearly 900 jobs and an end to old-growth logging.

Key points from the Greens' plan are:
- An end to the clearing of native forest for plantations on public and private land
- An immediate increase in the price of native forest chip logs to parity with plantation wood
- Setting aside suitable areas of public native forest to produce small volumes of high quality and specialty timbers in perpetuity
- Processing wood from existing plantations in Tasmania into a diverse range of products, and
- Developing tourism based on Tasmania's iconic forests and unique wildlife.

For the full story on the Greens' plan to save Tasmania's forests, visit:
http://www.greens.org.au/15103

Now Mark Latham has released a plan to impose a one-year moratorium on 240,000 hectares of Tasmania's high conservation value forests and institute a review process with a view to permanent protection.

For the Greens' response to Labor's plan, visit:
http://www.greens.org.au/04113

Last night Senator Bob Brown was interviewed on the Lateline program on ABC TV. He spoke extensively about this issue. For a transcript of the interview, visit:
http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2004/s1212910.htm

Any day, John Howard is expected to announce the Coalition's Tasmanian forests policy. Hopefully he will also announce a plan to protect high conservation value forests, so that the forests will be protected no matter who wins government.

Irrespective of what promises are made, we need to elect more Greens to the Parliament to make sure that those promises are kept. The best way of ensuring that promises become reality is to put more Greens in Parliament.

Regards,

Andrew Burke
National Campaign Coordinator
Australian Greens
5/10/04

Government of the People : An Innovation of the Founders

http://tinyurl.com/6wvh6

Dalai Lama: Religion Not Cause of Violence

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20041004/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/mexico_dalai_lama_1


Informant: retired153

Air Force pursuing antimatter weapons

http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2004/10/04/MNGM393GPK1.DTL


Informant: NHNE

The Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons is illegal

Part One: WE DID IT TO OURSELVES (real player streaming only)
http://thunderbay.indymedia.org/uploads/rokke.28.ram

Part Two: WHAT'S D.U.? (real player)
stream: http://sf.indymedia.org/uploads/rokketwo28rm.ram
download: http://sf.indymedia.org/uploads/rokketwo28rm.rm

Part Three: THEY TOLD ME TO LIE
http://sf.indymedia.org/uploads/rokkethree28.ram
http://sf.indymedia.org/uploads/rokkethree28.rm

Part Four: IF YOU WANT TO GO TO WAR, YOU'RE CRAZY
http://www.indybay.org/uploads/rokkefour28.ram
http://www.indybay.org/uploads/rokkefour28.rm

*"Poisonous Legacy" (flash):
http://www.ericblumrich.com/pl_lo.html


Informant: Ozzy bin Oswald


Links

http://infonature.org/english/cultural_issues/eng-depleted_uranium.htm

Photos of the consequences on the use of DU:
http://www.web-light.nl/VISIE/extremedeformities.html

BESTECHLICHE ÄRZTE

500 Mediziner unter Korruptionsverdacht

Luxusreisen, Golfstunden, Schmiergelder: Weil sie sich von Pharma-Unternehmen hofieren ließen, wird bundesweit gegen 500 Ärzte wegen des Verdachts der Bestechlichkeit ermittelt. Den Angeklagten drohen Freiheitsstrafen von bis zu fünf Jahren.

Mehr unter
http://www.spiegel.de/panorama/0,1518,druck-321513,00.html


Nachricht von Gerd Zesar

Defining patriotism and the misuse of the word

by Saritha Prabhu

Tennessean

10/04/04

One of the things I'm looking forward to after Nov. 2 is the relative cessation of patriotic talk. Patriotism has never had it so good as in this first election year after 9/11; the stuff is practically coming out of our ears.

We've seen former Sen. Max Cleland, who lost both legs and an arm in Vietnam combat, being labeled 'unpatriotic.' We've had John Kerry's patriotism being questioned by the Swifties.

Folks who have opposed the Iraq war have been called unpatriotic. And conversely, people who haven't been skeptical enough about some of the administration's policies have been called unpatriotic by some.

Meanwhile, true patriots must cringe a little in today's hyper-charged patriotic atmosphere -- a venue of 'Rambo patriotism,' as Roger Ebert put it. This is a patriotism that thrives on illogic and bluster and aims to cow all those with opposing views by branding them unpatriotic...

http://makeashorterlink.com/?Q5C811279



Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Four years of failure

by Joseph E. Stiglitz

Tom Paine

10/04/04

Many around the world are surprised at how little attention the economy is receiving in President Bush's re-election campaign. But I am not surprised: if I were President Bush, the last thing I would want to talk about is the economy. Yet many people look at America's economy, even over these past three and half years, with some envy. After all, annual economic growth -- at an average rate of 2.5 percent -- may have been markedly slower than during the Clinton years, but it still looks strong compared to Europe's anemic 1 percent growth. But these statistics mask a glaring fact: The average American family is worse off than it was three and half years ago.

... This is the first time since the early 1930s that there has been a net loss of jobs over the span of an entire presidential administration...

http://makeashorterlink.com/?J16911279


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The gift that keeps on giving

by Elaine Cassel

Civil Liberties Watch

09/26/04

The September 11 attack is the gift that keeps on giving and giving to George Bush. Once Bush convinced the country that we were at war all bets -- and the rule of law -- were off the table. Ad hoc legal process replaced the Constitution and the federal rules of criminal procedure; lies, fantasies and half-truths masquerade as truth; John Ashcroft continues to run amok, orchestraing his henchmen in trials that are remarkable for prosecutorial misconduct and lack of discretion; courts continue to defer to the president almost all the time; and, worst of all, the American media is working towards a lifetime achievement award for insuring that this most important of elections is reduced to bumper-sticker slogans and calls for the resignation of Dan Rather...

http://babelogue.citypages.com:8080/ecassel/2004/09/26


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Rumsfeld: No evidence of al Qaeda/Iraq link

MSNBC

10/04/04

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Monday that he knew of no 'strong, hard evidence' linking Saddam Hussein's Iraq and al-Qaida, despite describing extensive contacts between the two before the invasion of Iraq. During a question-and-answer session before the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, Rumsfeld was asked to explain the connection between Saddam and Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network, which is blamed for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in the United States...

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6180176/


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Rumsfeld Says U.S. Has 'Bulletproof' Evidence of Iraq's Links to Al Qaeda...

http://www.intelmessages.org/Messages/National_Security/wwwboard/messages/1761.html
http://snipurl.com/9k2w


Rumsfeld: Iraq/al-Qaida remarks 'misunderstood' :

The US defence secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, today attempted to distance himself from his earlier comments that there were no links between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaida...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,2763,1320129,00.html


CIA review finds no evidence Saddam had ties to Islamic terrorists:

A new CIA assessment undercuts the White House's claim that Saddam Hussein maintained ties to al-Qaida, saying there's no conclusive evidence that the regime harbored Osama bin Laden associate Abu Musab al-Zarqawi...

http://www.aberdeennews.com/mld/aberdeennews/news/9836114.htm
http://snipurl.com/9k2x


From Information Clearing House

Top Stories from AlterNet for October 5, 2004

http://tinyurl.com/3pn36

WHO International Seminar and Working Group Meeting on EMF Hypersensitivity

http://omega.twoday.net/stories/353060/

Weltweite Tagung zum Thema Elektrosensibilität

1. weltweite Tagung zum Thema Elektrosensibilität

Bitte nehmen Sie teil und engagieren sie sich!


WHO International Seminar and Working Group Meeting on EMF Hypersensitivity

You are invited to International Seminar and Working Group Meeting on EMF Hypersensitivity, which will take place in Prague, Czech Republic from Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th October 2004.

ORGANIZERS: The World Health Organization
Ministry of Health of Czech Republic

GENERAL INFORMATION
The seminar will comprise a 2-day international meeting, open to all those who would like to contribute or attend, followed by a 1-day working group meeting to prepare a report summarizing current scientific understanding of the EMF hypersensitivity syndrome and the discussions at the international meeting.

Scientists directly engaged in the problem as well as all those who only wish to present their point of view or theoretical analysis, connected with the electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome, are welcome.

PURPOSE OF THE MEETING
The already achieved experimental and theoretical results will be reviewed and reports on new results on the issue of the EMF hypersensitivity presented. Obtained abstracts of the contributions, which may contain not only research results but also qualified personal opinion will be at disposal for all participants at the opening of the conference. Exchange of ideas will be encouraged by giving enough time to informal discussions.

Proceedings of the Meeting containing review lectures as well as contributed papers will be sent to all participants on a CD before the end of the year.

LOCAL ORGANIZER CONTACT DETAILS
Registration
The National Reference Laboratory for Non-ionizing Radiation
Doc. RNDr. Luděk Pekárek, DrSc.
Head of the Laboratory, Prague Hygienic Station
Rybalkova 39, Prague 10, Czech Republic
Tel: +420 271 087 106, Fax: +420 271 087 112, +420 271 742 795
E-mail: emf.hypersens@hygpraha.cz
Web site: http://www.hygpraha.cz/emf-hypersens.htm


Nachricht von:
Dr. Birgit Stöcker
Herzog-Arnulf-Str. 43
85604 Zorneding
Tel./Fax 08106-202 20

Beschränkung von Mobilfunkanlagen durch Verabschiedung entsprechender Bebauungspläne

Die Ansicht eine Planung der Mobilfunkstandorte sei "untauglich", ist unzutreffend. Interessierte sollten sich einmal an die Gemeinde Gräfelfing wenden, die eine solche Gesamtplanung gerade praktiziert. Je nach Topografie ist es möglich, in Bebauungsplänen über § 1 Abs. 6 Nr. 1 Baunutzungsverordnung (zumindest weitgehend) mobilfunkantennenfreie Wohngebiete zu schaffen, weil die bauplanerische Zulässigkeit von Antennenanlagen in Wohngebieten nur durch Ausnahmevorschriften (sei es § 4 Abs. 3 Nr. 2 oder § 14 Abs. 1 Nr. 2 Baunutzungsverordnung) begründet ist. Schon die sog. "Privilegierung" im Außenbereich in § 35 Baugesetzbuch (BauGB) gibt die generelle Wertung vor, dass diese Anlagen nicht in den Innenbereich gehören. Nach § 1 Abs. 5 BauGB sollen Bauleitpläne nämlich dazu beitragen, eine menschenwürdige Umwelt zu sichern und die natürlichen Lebensgrundlagen schützen und entwickeln. Dem stehen auch keineswegs Gerichtsurteile entgegen. Aufgrund von § 1 Abs. 5 Nr. 1 und Nr. 7 und 1a BauGB (Vgl. BayVGH M 11 K 01.5934 1.8.02 - Gröbenzell), in Verbindung mit dem Vorsorgeprinzip der §§ 3, 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 1, 2 BlmSchG, kommt der Bauleitplanung nicht nur die Aufgabe der Abwehr von bereits eingetretenen schädlichen Umwelteinwirkungen, sondern auch die Aufgabe des vorsorgenden Immissionsschutzes zu (vgl. Battis/Krautsberger/Löhr, BauGB, 7. Auflage, § 1 Rdnr. 67). Dies insbesondere auch deshalb, weil die 26. BImSchV keine Vorsorgekomponente enthält (wie dies der Bundesgerichtshof am 13.2.04 ausdrücklich bestätigte!) sowie nicht-thermische Wirkungen nicht berücksichtigt und es deshalb ein bauplanerisches Ziel sein sollte, Wohngebiete nach Möglichkeit von Mobilfunkanlagen frei zu halten.

Der Bayerische VGH hat etwa am 18.3.03 (15 N 98.2262) zu einer entsprechenden Planung in Dittelbrunn folgendes ausgeführt:

"Eine Gemeinde kann in einem Bebauungsplan bestimmen, dass "von außen erkennbar technische Anlagen" und damit auch Funkantennen und dazugehörige Masten in einem Wohngebiet unzulässig sind. Da § 14 Abs. 1 Satz 3 BauNVO die Gemeinde ermächtigt, die Zulässigkeit von Nebenanlagen einzuschränken oder auszuschließen, ist eine derartige Festsetzung im Interesse eines einheitlichen optischen Erscheinungsbildes als Bestimmung zur Art der baulichen Nutzung nach § 9 Abs. 1 Nr. 1 BauGB möglich."

Das Bundesverwaltungsgericht (BVerwG) hat am 28.2.02 (4 CN 5.01) zur Vorsorge bei der Bauleitplanung, bei der es um Geruchsbeeinträchtigungen ging, u.a. angeführt:

"Wenn städtebauliche Gründe dies rechtfertigen, darf die Gemeinde im Wege der Bauleitplanung unterhalb der durch § 3 Abs. 1 BImSchG bestimmten Erheblichkeitsschwelle eigenständig gebietsbezogen das Maß hinnehmbarer (Geruchs-)Beeinträchtigungen nach den Maßstäben des Vorsorgegrundsatzes steuern."

Im selben Jahr hat dies das BVerwG am 17.12.02 (4 C 15/01) bekräftigt und ausgeführt:

"Daraus kann aber nicht gefolgert werden, dass die Gemeinde umgekehrt im Interesse von Bauinteressenten von ihren planerischen Befugnissen keinen anderen Gebrauch machen darf, als Nutzungen bis an die Grenze dessen zu ermöglichen, was anhand der Maßstäbe des Immissionsschutzrechts gerade noch zulässig ist, ohne als schädliche Umwelteinwirkungen im Sinne des § 3 Abs. 1 BImschG qualifiziert werden zu können. Wie der Senat wiederholt ausgeführt hat, ist es ihr vielmehr bereits im Vorfeld der Abwehr schädlicher Umwelteinwirkungen gestattet, durch ihre Bauleitplanung eigenständig gebietsbezogen das Maß des Hinnehmbaren zu steuern."

Das BayVG-München (M 11 K 03.2059 - Grafrath) hat zuletzt am 22.04.2004 sogar eine nachträglich verhängte Veränderungssperre als wirksam erachtet und das Mobilfunkvorhaben als nicht genehmigungsfähig und den Belang der Planung im Landschaftsschutzgebiet als vorrangig bezeichnet.

Der teilweise auch von Vertretern des Städte- u. Gemeindebundes angeführten (einzigen mir bekannten negativen) Entscheidung des OVG-Koblenz (vom 07.08.2003, 1 A 10196/03.OVG) lag keine Planung, sondern nur ein diffuses "Konzept" zugrunde, so dass diese den oben erläuterten Vorgaben keineswegs entgegensteht.

Vielmehr ist für Gemeinden die an gesundheitlicher Vorsorge für ihre Bürger interessiert sind, von allen rechtlichen Möglichkeiten zur vernünftigen Beschränkung von Mobilfunkanlagen eine Verabschiedung entsprechender Bebauungspläne bzw. die Änderung von dieser Bebauungsplänen das derzeit juristisch erfolgversprechendste Mittel.


Dietmar Freund
Rechtsanwalt
Kanzlei
Heyn* Freund* Terschüren
Innerer-Ring 1c
63486 Bruchköbel
*vertretungsberechtigt u.a. auch bei allen Oberlandesgerichten
Fon 06181-71087
Fax 06181-77296
eMail: RA-Freund@Kanzlei-HFB.de
Bürozeiten:
Mo. - Fr. 9 bis 12 Uhr u. Mo. - Do. 14 bis 17 Uhr
Telefonzeiten RA-Freund: Mo. - Do. 15 bis 17 Uhr

Quelle: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352894/


Planungshoheit der Gemeinden
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/400143/

Bebauungsplan als Waffe gegen Mobilfunk
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/472279/

Beschränkung von Mobilfunkanlagen durch Verabschiedung entsprechender Bebauungspläne
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/352950/

Thema Mobilfunk wandert in Ausschuss

Die o.a. Meldung aus dem Main-Rheiner.de in Ihrem Newsletter vom 4.10.04 veranlasst mich zu folgender Anmerkung (in kursiver Formatierung, die ich auch beim Main-Rheiner als Kommentar eingetragen habe):

Thema Mobilfunk wandert in Ausschuss

VG Gau-Algesheim: SPD-Fraktion will sinnvolle Flächen für Funkantennen ermitteln lassen

Vom 02.10.2004

coh. VG GAU-ALGESHEIM Fast jeder hat eines und hält es für unverzichtbar, das Mobiltelefon, auf gut Neudeutsch auch Handy genannt. Doch um die für die schnurlose Telefoniererei notwendigen Mobilfunkmasten wird immer heftiger gestritten. Die Besorgnis der Menschen vor möglicher Strahlengefährdung wächst - ein Thema, mit dem sich jetzt auch der Gau-Algesheimer Verbandsgemeinderat beschäftigte.

Die SPD-Fraktion im Rat hatte beantragt, ein unabhängiges Planungsbüro mit dem Ziel, in der VG sinnvolle Flächen für die Aufstellung der Antennen zu ermitteln, zu beauftragen. Als Vorgabe für das Büro solle, so die Sozialdemokraten, das Ziel gesetzt werden, die Flächen soweit möglich außerhalb der bebauten Gebiete auszuweisen. SPD-Fraktionsvorsitzender Guido Schweikardt mahnte an, dringend etwas zu unternehmen: "Die Mobilfunkbetreiber gehen teilweise in Wildwestmanier vor."

Auch die CDU wollte die Befürchtungen der Funkmastenkritiker, von denen einige die Sitzung als Zuhörer verfolgten, nicht abtun. CDU-Fraktionsvorsitzende Almuth Schultheiß-Lehn: "Wir verstehen die Ängste der Bürger." Gleichwohl, so Theo Wetzler (CDU), könne seine Fraktion dem Antrag so nicht zustimmen: "Wir halten den Antrag für untauglich." Wetzler argumentierte mit eindeutigen Gerichtsurteilen von Oberwaltungsgerichten. Entscheidend sei alleine das Votum der Regulierungsbehörde, die sich an klar festgelegten Grenzwerten orientiere, die Meinung der Kommunen interessiere nicht. Wetzler: "An der Rechtsprechung kommen wir nicht vorbei." Die von der SPD gewünschte Planung von einem Fachbüro wäre nur teuer und würde nichts bringen.

Die Ansicht des CDU-Vertreters, eine Planung der Mobilfunkstandorte sei "untauglich", ist unzutreffend. Herr Wetzler sollte sich einmal an die Gemeinde Gräfelfing wenden, die eine solche Gesamtplanung gerade praktiziert. Je nach Topografie ist es möglich, in Bebauungsplänen über § 1 Abs. 6 Nr. 1 Baunutzungsverordnung (zumindest weitgehend) mobilfunkantennenfreie Wohngebiete zu schaffen, weil die bauplanerische Zulässigkeit von Antennenanlagen in Wohngebieten nur durch Ausnahmevorschriften (sei es § 4 Abs. 3 Nr. 2 oder § 14 Abs. 1 Nr. 2 Baunutzungsverordnung) begründet ist. Schon die sog. "Privilegierung" im Außenbereich in § 35 Baugesetzbuch (BauGB) gibt die generelle Wertung vor, dass diese Anlagen nicht in den Innenbereich gehören. Nach § 1 Abs. 5 BauGB sollen Bauleitpläne nämlich dazu beitragen, eine menschenwürdige Umwelt zu sichern und die natürlichen Lebensgrundlagen schützen und entwickeln. Dem stehen auch keineswegs Gerichtsurteile entgegen. Aufgrund von § 1 Abs. 5 Nr. 1 und Nr. 7 und 1a BauGB (Vgl. BayVGH M 11 K 01.5934 1.8.02 - Gröbenzell), in Verbindung mit dem Vorsorgeprinzip der §§ 3, 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 1, 2 BlmSchG, kommt der Bauleitplanung nicht nur die Aufgabe der Abwehr von bereits eingetretenen schädlichen Umwelteinwirkungen, sondern auch die Aufgabe des vorsorgenden Immissionsschutzes zu (vgl. Battis/Krautsberger/Löhr, BauGB, 7. Auflage, § 1 Rdnr. 67). Dies insbesondere auch deshalb, weil die 26. BImSchV keine Vorsorgekomponente enthält (wie dies der Bundesgerichtshof am 13.2.04 ausdrücklich bestätigte!) sowie nicht-thermische Wirkungen nicht berücksichtigt und es deshalb ein bauplanerisches Ziel sein sollte, Wohngebiete nach Möglichkeit von Mobilfunkanlagen frei zu halten.

Der Bayerische VGH hat etwa am 18.3.03 (15 N 98.2262) zu einer entsprechenden Planung in Dittelbrunn folgendes ausgeführt:

"Eine Gemeinde kann in einem Bebauungsplan bestimmen, dass "von außen erkennbar technische Anlagen" und damit auch Funkantennen und dazugehörige Masten in einem Wohngebiet unzulässig sind. Da § 14 Abs. 1 Satz 3 BauNVO die Gemeinde ermächtigt, die Zulässigkeit von Nebenanlagen einzuschränken oder auszuschließen, ist eine derartige Festsetzung im Interesse eines einheitlichen optischen Erscheinungsbildes als Bestimmung zur Art der baulichen Nutzung nach § 9 Abs. 1 Nr. 1 BauGB möglich."

Das Bundesverwaltungsgericht (BVerwG) hat am 28.2.02 (4 CN 5.01) zur Vorsorge bei der Bauleitplanung, bei der es um Geruchsbeeinträchtigungen ging, u.a. angeführt:

"Wenn städtebauliche Gründe dies rechtfertigen, darf die Gemeinde im Wege der Bauleitplanung unterhalb der durch § 3 Abs. 1 BImSchG bestimmten Erheblichkeitsschwelle eigenständig gebietsbezogen das Maß hinnehmbarer (Geruchs-)Beeinträchtigungen nach den Maßstäben des Vorsorgegrundsatzes steuern."

Im selben Jahr hat dies das BVerwG am 17.12.02 (4 C 15/01) bekräftigt und ausgeführt:

"Daraus kann aber nicht gefolgert werden, dass die Gemeinde umgekehrt im Interesse von Bauinteressenten von ihren planerischen Befugnissen keinen anderen Gebrauch machen darf, als Nutzungen bis an die Grenze dessen zu ermöglichen, was anhand der Maßstäbe des Immissionsschutzrechts gerade noch zulässig ist, ohne als schädliche Umwelteinwirkungen im Sinne des § 3 Abs. 1 BImschG qualifiziert werden zu können. Wie der Senat wiederholt ausgeführt hat, ist es ihr vielmehr bereits im Vorfeld der Abwehr schädlicher Umwelteinwirkungen gestattet, durch ihre Bauleitplanung eigenständig gebietsbezogen das Maß des Hinnehmbaren zu steuern."

Das BayVG-München (M 11 K 03.2059 - Grafrath) hat zuletzt am 22.04.2004 sogar eine nachträglich verhängte Veränderungssperre als wirksam erachtet und das Mobilfunkvorhaben als nicht genehmigungsfähig und den Belang der Planung im Landschaftsschutzgebiet als vorrangig bezeichnet.

Der teilweise auch von Vertretern des Städte- u. Gemeindebundes angeführten (einzigen mir bekannten negativen) Entscheidung des OVG-Koblenz (vom 07.08.2003, 1 A 10196/03.OVG) lag keine Planung, sondern nur ein diffuses "Konzept" zugrunde, so dass diese den oben erläuterten Vorgaben keineswegs entgegensteht.

Vielmehr ist für Gemeinden die an gesundheitlicher Vorsorge für ihre Bürger interessiert sind, von allen rechtlichen Möglichkeiten zur vernünftigen Beschränkung von Mobilfunkanlagen eine Verabschiedung entsprechender Bebauungspläne bzw. die Änderung von dieser Bebauungsplänen das derzeit juristisch erfolgversprechendste Mittel.


Die Grünen teilten im VG-Rat zwar die Rechtsauffassung der CDU, sprachen sich aber doch grundsätzlich für den Antrag aus. Grünen-Fraktionsvorsitzender Klaus Reinheimer: "Es ist nicht bewiesen, ob die Strahlungen, die durch die Antennen entstehen, krank machen. Aber alleine die Angst davor kann krank machen." Es könne daher nicht angehen, die Menschen mit dem Problem alleine zu lassen und ausschließlich auf die Wirkung von Bürgerinitiativen, deren Erfolge von Bürgermeister Linck ins Gedächtnis gerufen wurden, zu setzen. Zudem könne es ja durchaus möglich sein, dass sich die Mobilfunkbetreiber auf die Vorschläge einließen, obwohl sie dies nicht müssten: "Die Betreiber werden den Weg des geringsten Widerstandes gehen und die Vorschläge akzeptieren."

Omega: es ist bewiesen, dass die Strahlungen, die durch die Antennen entstehen, krank machen. Siehe „Mobilfunk und Gesundheit“ unter: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/303598/

Doris Fleischer (SPD) bat inständig darum, den Antrag jetzt nicht zu zerreden, sondern ausführlich im Ausschuss zu beraten. Reinheimers Vorschlag, den Antrag nicht in seiner Wortwörtlichkeit im geeigneten Fachausschuss zu besprechen, sondern sich dort einfach grundsätzlich mit der Thematik Mobilfunkmasten zu beschäftigen, fand schließlich breite Zustimmung. Nach 45-minütiger Diskussion beschloss der Rat einstimmig die Verweisung des Antrages in den Ausschuss.

Allgemeine Zeitung

http://www.main-rheiner.de/region/objekt.php3?artikel_id=1633323



Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Dietmar Freund
Rechtsanwalt
Kanzlei
Heyn* Freund* Terschüren
Innerer-Ring 1c
63486 Bruchköbel
*vertretungsberechtigt u.a. auch bei allen Oberlandesgerichten
Fon 06181-71087
Fax 06181-77296
eMail: RA-Freund@Kanzlei-HFB.de
Bürozeiten:
Mo. - Fr. 9 bis 12 Uhr u. Mo. - Do. 14 bis 17 Uhr
Telefonzeiten RA-Freund: Mo. - Do. 15 bis 17 Uhr


Planungshoheit der Gemeinden
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/400143/

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