The Petition to Protect America's Wild Lands


Harassment on Fox TV

Sun, 22 Aug 2004 19:42:10 -0500

Sueann Campbell is an anti gang stalking and electronic harassment activist from the Austin, Texas area:

There has been a big fight going on in Austin over free speech and the new plan proposed by the board of directors of the local public access TV channel (ACTV). Basically, the board of this first in the nation public access cable channel wants to first stop the free speech shows from airing, and finally shut it down altogether.

Patriot broadcaster Alex Jones is one of the free speech shows, who is partly responsible for this small station's having ratings higher than public television in Austin.

It started last month with several meetings with the city counsel, ACTV board, and producers. Producers and public fans filled the rooms each time. In addition, two counsel members are being recalled for their votes on toll roads. (a scandalous 8 roads that are already paid for by the taxpayer) The public feels that the purpose of these toll booths is to impede traffic flow and rob people of what little money they have left. (Austin lags behind Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio in job opportunity.)

Often I am involved in these activities, if nothing else, just to tape the meeting and turn over the tape to Alex Jones and other ACTV producers. This provides opportunity to wear the anti gang stalking Tee shirt and this often starts some kind of dialogue.

Today, I stopped by the gun show. Friends who have tables there appreciate a little help when packing up their tables. Naturally, I wore my gang stalking t-shirt. A lady stopped by the table and started asking questions. I gave her a flyer and we continued to talk.

"Yeah." she said. "They harass the victim in such a way that it makes the victim look crazy."

"How did you know?" I asked. "Are you being harassed?"

"No." she replied. "I saw it on TV."

"You're kidding!" I said. "What channel?"

"It was on the Fox channel." she said.

"Who would dare air this story?" I asked.

"Bill O'Rilley." she said.

"When did you see this on Bill O'Rilley?"

"Earlier this year." she said

"Did you tape the show?" I asked.

"No, but it was on just a couple of months ago."

Does anyone out there watch Bill O'Rilley? Did anyone tape this show?
The lady says our story is there! (Or at least part of it.)


Informant: Romy

UK Information commissioner criticises ID-card

In an interview with The Times newspaper on 16 August, the UK Information Commissioner, Richard Thomas, has warned against the danger of 'sleepwalking into a surveillance society', as a result of ID cards and other plans. Mr Thomas said he was also uneasy about plans for a population register and a database of every child. He used General Franco's Spain as an example of what can happen when a state knows too much about its citizens.

Thomas said, although he is not for or against an ID card scheme itself, he was concerned about the government's failure to spell out their exact purpose. "The government has changed its line over the last two or three years as to what the card is intended for. You have to have clarity. Is it for the fight against terrorism? Is it to promote immigration control? Is it to provide access to public benefits and services?"

On 30 July 2004, a UK parliamentary committee wrote a similarly critical report and concluded that objections against the ID-card should not be lightly dismissed and that the proposed scheme to introduce biometric identity cards will 'represent a significant change in the relationships between the state and the individual in this country.'

Literally the Commissioner told The Times: "My anxiety is that we don't sleepwalk into a surveillance society where much more information is collected about people, accessible to far more people shared across many more boundaries, than British society would feel comfortable with."

According to an online BBC news item, a spokesman for the Home Office said the government remained committed to its plans for national identity cards which would, among other things, protect people against identity fraud and organised crime.

Mr Thomas also questioned the plans for a childrens database, championed by Margaret Hodge, Minister of State for Children. Mrs Hodge already won the Big Brother Award on 28 July 2004 as 'Worst public servant' for the plan. Under the scheme, every child would have a unique number which would enable the different organisations that come into contact with children, such as social services, police and educational bodies to share information.

Mr Thomas told the Times: "There are reasons why we need to promote better information sharing where children are at risk, but whether the answer is to create a database of every child in the country should be questioned."

Interview in The Times (requires registration)

Watchdog's Big Brother UK warning (16.08.2004)

UK Parliamentary Committee Releases Report Damning ID System (30.07.2004)

Source: EDRI-gram newsletter - Number 2.16, 25 August 2004

Operation Omnipresence


Informant: kevcross5

We Want Your Soul, Inc. (WWYS®)


Informant: dragon downstairs



Susan Foster Ambrose, M.S.W., Medical Writer
P.O. Box 3605
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067


Call for Moratorium on New Cell Towers on Fire Stations Until Health Effects Can Be Studied

Boston, MA – August 23, 2004 – Firefighters returned to their home stations throughout the United States and Canada following last week’s IAFF convention after passing a resolution to study the health effects of cell towers placed on the fire stations where they work and live.

Added to the resolution was an amendment calling for the IAFF to support a moratorium on the placement of new cell towers on fire stations until the completion of the study.

In many parts of the U.S. and Canada, the wireless industry has sought to place cell towers on fire stations because of their strategic locations. Fire stations tend to be located in densely populated areas, many of them near main highways, making them attractive locations for cell towers to maximize coverage. The wireless industry is not alone in the benefits of placing cell towers on these stations. Municipalities receive revenue from the wireless companies in exchange for locating the antennas on fire station property.

Lt. Ron Cronin of the Brookline, MA Fire Department and Acting Lt. Joe Foster of the Vancouver Fire Department and Vice President of Vancouver, B.C. Local #18 spearheaded the passage of the resolution.

Lt. Cronin said, “Some firefighters with cell towers currently located on their stations are experiencing symptoms that put our first responders at risk. It is important to be sure we understand what effects these towers may have on the firefighters living in these stations. If the jakes in the fire house are suffering from headaches, can’t respond quickly and their ability to make decisions is clouded by a sort of brain fog, then entire communities they are protecting will clearly be at risk.”

A recent pilot study of six California firefighters, first publicly revealed at the IAFF convention by medical writer and study organizer Susan Foster Ambrose of San Diego, CA, raises concern about the safety of fire fighters working and sleeping in stations with towers.

The study, conducted by Dr. Gunnar Heuser of Agoura Hills, CA, focused on neurological symptoms of six firefighters who had been working for up to five years in stations with cell towers. Those symptoms included slowed reaction time, lack of focus, lack of impulse control, severe headaches, anesthesia-like sleep, sleep deprivation, depression, and tremors.

Dr. Heuser, along with Dr. J. Michael Uszler of Santa Monica, CA, used functional brain scans - SPECT scans - to assess any changes in the brains of the six firefighters as compared to healthy brains of men of the same age. Computerized psychological testing known as TOVA was used to study reaction time, impulse control, and attention span.

Disturbingly, the SPECT scans revealed a pattern of abnormal change which was concentrated over a wider area than would normally be seen in brains of individuals exposed to toxic inhalation, as might be expected from fighting fires. Dr. Heuser indicated the only plausible explanation at this time would be RF radiation exposure. Additionally, the TOVA testing revealed among the six firefighters delayed reaction time, lack of impulse control, and difficulty in maintaining mental focus.

Because of increasing complaints among firefighters with cellular antennas on their stations coupled with the California study showing damage among the six firefighters tested, a group of five individuals spread across two provinces and three states worked with Southern California firefighters to draft the resolution put before the IAFF membership last week. Lt. Ron Cronin and Acting Lt. Joe Foster were joined by Dr. Magda Havas of Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, Vermont-based Janet Newton - president of the EMR Policy Institute, and Susan Foster Ambrose.

“It is imperative to understand that in spite of the build out of an extensive wireless infrastructure in the U.S. and Canada,” explained Ambrose, “we have no safety standards for cell towers. There are only regulatory standards, not proven safety standards. The Heuser Study in California calls into question whether or not we are sacrificing the health and well being of our countries’ first responders for the convenience of a technology we’ve come to rely upon.”

Considering approximately 80 percent of the firefighters attending last week’s convention voted in favor of a medical study with the spirit of a cell tower moratorium attached, it appears firefighters throughout the U.S. and Canada share that concern.

This study has far-reaching public health implications in view of the fact that the wireless industry pays local governments to place cell towers, not only on fire stations, but also on top of schools and municipal buildings.

For more information contact:
Susan Foster Ambrose: 858.756.3532; sfambrose@cox.net
Lt. Ron Cronin: 617.212.5670; ron.cronin@verizon.net
Acting Lt. Joe Foster: 604.250.5727; joe@iaff18.org
Magda Havas, Ph.D.: 705.748.1011 x 1232; mhavas@trentu.ca
Janet Newton: The EMR Policy Institute; 802-426-3035; JNewton@emrpolicy.org
Gunnar Heuser, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.P.: 818.865.1858; gheuser@ucla.edu
J. Michael Uszler, M.D.: 310.264.0080; http://www.santamonicaimaging.com

Janet Newton, President
The EMR Policy Institute, P.O. Box 117, Marshfield VT 05658
Tel: (802) 426-3035 FAX: (802) 426-3030
Web Site: http://www.emrpolicy.org

Omega-News Collection 25. August 2004

GWEN Towers, HAARP & Satellite GPS - EMF Control Grid

Cell Towers Camouflaged

The Invisible U.S. Military Offensives in Weather Weaponry

Passports with biometric data to be tested by several nations

RFID tags become hacker target

Vaccine scrapped over autism fear


Human Rights in the Mental Health System

New Lawsuits Aim at Bush EPA Action Enabling Millions of Fish Kills

Study Contradicts Cheney-Bush Claim of Undue Limits on Western Oil, Gas Drilling

One in three lakes contaminated

Protect the Tongass National Forest

Preserving The Amazon Rainforest

Oak disease spreads via human hikers

Plant Trees Online to Help Areas Destroyed by Wildfire

Protect Our Remaining Wild Forests

World Bank, WWF and others are wrong on old-growth logging

Wacky Weather Continues Worldwide

Reversal of Ban on GM Crops Incenses Activists

Guantanamo's Torture Regime is a Shameful Disgrace

Prison abuse report cites top commanders

Iraqi Teens Tortured at Abu Ghraib

Blame the Terrorists Behind That Tree

Quit Spying on Nonviolent Activists

Teed off to the max

The battle for Najaf and the US crisis in Iraq

Vive la Difference

How the Washington Post promoted a war

What We've Really Lost in this Indefensible War

Target Iran

Depleted Uranium for Australia ?

Vets Denied Medical Care


Oil's slippery slope

Empire of the 21st century

Being pro-war is not necessarily patriotic

Your Children are Burning

The Bad Samaritan

The 9/11 Commission charade

Neocon treason

With the Nation on Terror Alert, Will Protests Be Squelched at Conventions?

America retools military to rule oil and Muslims

Thank government for the mess we're in

Covert Operations of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA)

New Exciting Initiatives To Make Our Votes Count


Voting machine test results "off-limits" to the public

The polarization of America, part 2

Bush weds religion, politics to form world view

High Prices as Policy

The Bush Air War

You Can Report, But We Will Decide

Sum of a glitch

Kiss your rights goodbye

Defending Liberty

US Naval Excercises sceduled off North Korea

Swift Tactical Lies

The neocon civil war

Screening mothers and babes instead of potential terrorists

The beginning of history

Protect the Tongass National Forest

Bush administration takes aim at wild forests

Your online action is urgently needed to save some of America's last wild forests from Bush administration plans for clearcutting and drilling.

Please go to
right away and send a message telling the Forest Service to keep untouched wildlands in our national forests closed to roadbuilding and destruction.

Four years ago, we helped persuade President Clinton to enact the Roadless Area Conservation Rule that protects 58 million wild acres in our national forests that do not yet have roads cut through them.

From Alaska's Tongass rainforest to the Appalachian Trail, from the Rocky Mountains to the Sierra Nevada, this historic measure put some of America's greatest sanctuaries for wildlife and for people off limits to road building, logging and drilling so that their timeless beauty would remain untouched forever.

The roadless rule was the most popular conservation measure in history. Americans flooded the Forest Service with more than 1.5 million messages of support.

But today, the Bush administration is preparing to override the will of the American people. It has announced plans to eliminate the roadless rule and strip some of America's last wild forests of their special status and protection.

The administration's agenda is no secret. It is lining up massive timber and energy sales that will send an armada of bulldozers and chainsaws, as well as oil and gas rigs, into our last untrammeled forests.

We must not surrender our forests without a fight. We need millions of Americans to speak out once again in defense of our wild forests.

The Bush administration is taking public comments until September 14th on its disastrous plan to reopen our wild forests to logging. The Forest Service needs to hear from people like you, people who know that nature is a fragile gift we hold in trust for future generations.

Please go to
right away and send a message telling the Forest Service to uphold the roadless rule and defend our wild forests. Then forward this message to as many of your friends and family as possible and tell them to speak out, too.

For the sake of our forests, please make your voice heard today.


John H. Adams
Natural Resources Defense Council

Handelskonzern will auf Papier aus Regenwaldzerstörung verzichten

Waldschutz: Handelskonzern will auf Papier aus Regenwaldzerstörung verzichten


Die Metro, einer der größten Handelskonzerne der Welt, beendet die Geschäftsbeziehungen mit ihrem Papierlieferanten APP. Damit reagiert Metro auf Proteste von ROBIN WOOD. Die Umweltorganisation hatte kritisiert, dass der Zellstoff-Konzern APP (Asia Pulp and Paper) für seine Papierproduktion großflächig Regenwald auf Sumatra vernichtet und für Menschenrechtsverletzungen an der dort lebenden Bevölkerung verantwortlich ist. ROBIN WOOD wertet die jetzt getroffene Entscheidung der Metro als wichtiges Signal für Industrie und Handel weltweit, aus dem Handel mit Produkten aus Urwaldzerstörung auszusteigen.

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:

Datenschutzgarantien für biometrische Merkmale in Pässen gefordert

Datenschutz: Datenschutzgarantien für biometrische Merkmale in Pässen gefordert


Der Bundesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und Vorsitzende der EU Datenschutzbeauftragten, Peter Schaar, hat bei der Einführung biometrischer Merkmale in Reisepässen Garantien für den Datenschutz gefordert. Aktueller Anlass ist ein entsprechender Entwurf des Europäischen Rats, der noch vor dem Herbst beraten und verabschiedet werden soll. Die biometrischen Merkmale sollen danach vor allem der besseren Identifizierung der Passinhaber dienen und Passfälschungen verhindern. Schaar fordert eine strikte Begrenzung auf diese Zwecke und erklärt: "Die Daten dürfen ausschließlich in den Dokumenten selbst und nicht in einer zentralen Passdatei gespeichert werden."

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:

Zwangsräumung steht an

Hier kommt ein sehr später Hilferuf:

Das Fax der betroffenen Familie ist als PDF-Datei angehängt.

Omega siehe unter: http://tinyurl.com/5z6cf

Es grüßt Knut W. Schlanert
fon +49 30 78716377

Das "Gräfelfinger Modell"

Das Gräfelfinger Modell erlaubt eine Leistungsdichte von 1000 MikroWatt/m². Weit unter diesem Wert gibt es wissenschaftliche Studien, die die Schädlichkeit der Mobilfunkstrahlung belegen.

Durch Mobilfunk-Feldstudien zeigte die Uni Wien auf, dass es sehr weit unterhalb von 1 MilliWatt (=1000 Mikrowatt/m²) zu Herz-Kreislauf-Problemen und Gedächtnisleistungsstörungen kommen kann.

Somit haben die Bürger von Gräfelfing durch den viel zu hohen Wert von 1000 MikroWatt/m² keinen vernünftigen Gesundheitsschutz. Im Gegenteil. Die Bevölkerung verlässt sich vielleicht auf diesen Wert und akzeptiert ihn.

Der alte Salzburger Vorsorgewert liegt bei 1000 Mikrowatt/m². Seit Februar 2002 gilt der neue von 1 Mikrowatt/m², der allerdings in Österreich auch nicht eingehalten wird.

Es gibt wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen, die z.B. schon nach 50 Minuten Bestrahlung bei 1000 Mikrowatt/m² eine signifikante Reduzierung der Gedächtnisleistung belegen. (Dr. Maier, Uni Mainz)

Aus der Erfahrungsmedizin ist bekannt, dass viele Menschen inzwischen schon ab 10 Mikrowatt/m² erkranken.

Daher ist ein Wert von 1000 Mikrowatt/m² wie im "Gräfelfinger Modell" vorgesehen nicht zu akzeptieren, sondern der neue Salzburger Vorsorgewert von 1 Mikrowatt/m² müsste eingehalten werden.

Siegfried Zwerenz, Bürgerwelle e.V., Dachverband der Bürger und Initiativen zum Schutz vor Elektrosmog

Empfehlungen der Landessanitätsdirektion Salzburg, Februar 2002: Summe GSM außen 10 µW/m², Summe GSM innen 1 µW/m². Zum vorbeugenden Schutz der öffentlichen Gesundheit wird für die Summe der niederfrequent-pulsmodulierten hochfrequenten Immissionen von Mobilfunksendeanlagen, wie z.B. GSM-Basisstationen, ein vorläufiger Beurteilungswert von maximal 1 mW/m2 (0,1 µW/cm2) empfohlen: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/293851/

und „Vorsorgewert von 0,001 MilliWatt/m²“ unter


Habe bei einigen Veranstaltungen die Vorstellung dieses Modells mit verfolgt - auch bei der Tagung der Deutschen Baubiologen in der IHK in München - wo das Ganze etwas ungeschminkter dargestellt wurde.

Das Gräfelfinger Modell beinhaltet Standorte gegen die jede Bürgerinitiative Sturm laufen müsste! (z.B. Standort Sportplatz inmitten Wohnbebauung!)

Die 1000 µW/Quadratmeter sind nur bis zu einer Höhe von 2 Metern einzuhalten - wer von uns schläft schon im Erdgeschoss? Desweiteren hat die Fa enorm selbst zugegeben, dass dieser Wert keineswegs überall eingehalten werden kann - ein Mitarbeiter sagte sogar: "Na ja, ein paar trifft es halt immer".

Wer sich von uns auskennt, der weiß, dass das Gräfelfinger Modell eine reine Bürger-Vera... ist (bitte entschuldigen Sie - aber anders kann man es nicht ausdrücken!)

Manu Knapp

"Brutality And Purposeless Sadism"

August 25, 2004

An independent investigative panel led by former Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger and including another former defense secretary, Harold Brown, found that current Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is at least partially responsible for the torture that occurred in the Abu Ghraib prison between October and December 2003. Calling the 300 alleged instance of abuse "brutality and purposeless sadism," the panel blamed the entire chain of top-level generals and military officials, including Rumsfeld, Gen. Tommy Franks and Gen. John P. Abizaid. "The aberrant behavior on the night shift in Cell Block 1 at Abu Ghraib would have been avoided with proper training, leadership and oversight," the report reads.


Source: http://www.tompaine.com/articles/brutality_and_purposeless_sadism.php

You Can Report, But We Will Decide


Iraqi Teens Tortured at Abu Ghraib


Wacky Weather Continues Worldwide

Unknown Country



Violent storms in the ocean off the U.K. and Ireland are ripping off huge chunks of cliffs and hurling the rocks long distances inland-distances scientists didn't think were possible. And a tornado has been seen at 12,000 feet in Sequoia National Park in the U.S., making it the highest elevation tornado ever recorded. This is something new, since tornadoes are a sea level phenomenon.

Tornadoes need the dense, humid air of the lower atmosphere to give them their energy. This high-altitude tornado is additional evidence that we can expect radical changes in weather patterns as the temperature difference between the stratosphere and the troposphere increases. The lower atmosphere, the troposphere, is retaining more and more heat due to rising levels of methane and carbon dioxide, while the stratosphere is getting colder because the heat is no longer reaching it. This is a major cause of the increase in violent weather that has recently been observed worldwide. It is also the reason that forecasters keep underestimating the power of storms, as happened with Hurricane Charley, which was expected to decline to a tropical storm before it struck the Florida coast. Instead, it became a Category 4 hurricane.

In the North Atlantic, storms are creating waves over 65 feet high, which are powerful enough to tear rocks off ancient cliffs and throw them inland in places like the Shetland, Orkney and Western islands in Scotland and the Arran islands in Ireland. Some of these rocks weigh around 50 tons. Since this kind of erosion is recent, it must be caused by rising sea levels and sinking coastlines, due to global warming.

Geomorphologist Jim Hansom says, "When I was asked to investigate the reason for hundreds of boulders piled up inland from [65 foot] high cliffs, I did not believe that waves could be responsible. The boulders were just to big and too heavy. But now we can show it is occurring and at an ever increasing rate."

Informant: Anna Webb

Target Iran


U.S. Military Offensives in Weather Weaponry

The Invisible U.S. Military Offensives in Weather Weaponry

Covert Operations of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA)


America retools military to rule oil and Muslims

Earlier, I sent this in three parts to the read-only list due to computer problems at the library. I forward it to you now in one email, believing that this information is critical to those of you who are still waffling as to the true intentions of Bush's regime.


Sunday Edition, Edmonton Journal, August 22, 2004

America retools military to rule oil and Muslims
by Eric Margolis

Paris - Last week's announcement that 70,000 U.S. troops would be withdrawn from Germany and South Korea is an event of major geopolitical importance.

However, far from reducing the 257,000 troops overseas in over 100 foreign bases, the Bush administration intends to intensify global military operations even though under-manned, over-committed U.S. armed forces are stretched to the breaking point.

The largest withdrawals will be from Germany. Two heavy divisions, the 1st Armored and 1st Mechanized (with 100,000 staff and civilians) will be repatriated back to the U.S. The sharp decline of Russia's armed forces has removed any rationale for maintaining U.S. divisions stationed in Germany since 1945. This makes military sense and is long overdue. The heavy divisions will be replaced by a mobile 3,500-man brigade and some new air units.

America's smartest, most outspoken foreign policy thinker, Zbigniew Brezinski, bluntly describes the U.S.-Europe post-war relationship as a "hegemon and its vassals" with NATO as the principal instrument through which the U.S. controls Western Europe. The U.S. exercises similar control of Japan, "an American protectorate" in Brezinski's words, through the U.S.-Japanese Security Treaty.

Military power underpins both vital strategic relationships. Removal of U.S. forces from Germany, with the inevitable reduction of power, even raison d'etre, of NATO, means declining U.S. political influence over Europe. This, in turn, will allow a united Europe to develop what is a full-scale partner, not a vassal, of the United States - a most welcome geopolitical development. One wonders if the Bush administration's limited thinkers understand this vitally important point.

The planned withdrawl of 12,500 of the 37,500 U.S. troops in South Korea (3,500 will go to Iraq) is also logical, though the announcement's timing is poor. So, too, the reduction of 20,000 Marines in Okinawa, a major irritant to Japanese public opinion.

South Korea's powerful armed forces are well able to hold off North Korea's larger but obsolescent military. The U.S. 2nd Division's deployment in static defences along the Demilitarized Zone makes it - as this writer has seen first-hand - vulnerable and hostage to North Korea's massive artillery. Pulling the 2nd back south of Seoul makes good military sense, as does thinning U.S. troops in the south but not when the U.S. and its allies are locked in vitally important nuclear negotiations with hostile North Korea.

Meanwhile, the U.S. will open new bases in Bulgaria and Romania as part of America's new "imperial lifeline." They will link to new U.S. bases being built across Central Asia, Pakistan, Iraq, and the Gulf, designed to cement Washington's hold on the Muslim world and its natural resources.

As a result, the entire armed forces are being restructured for "expeditionary warfare" (the British used it call it "the imperial mission"). This process began a decade ago, but accelerated under the Bush administration, which has relentlessly militarized foreign policy.

Army heavy tankers and artillery are being replaced by light, Canadian-made wheeled armoured vehicles. Troops are being trained in counter-insurgency operations and urban warfare. A "lilypad" concept of austere, rapidly created mini-bases will allow U.S. forces to leapfrog around the globe.

The navy is developing "littoral warfare" ships for coastal operations that can project fire and troops deep inland. Fleets of prepositioned supply ships deployed around the globe will keep entire brigades in the field for months.

The U.S. Air Force has developed "barebase" operations allowing it to deploy "strike packages" of attack, bomber and recon aircraft across the globe on short notice that can deliver devastating firepower. New cargo transports are being built. Constellations of spy satellites, listening devices and swarms of drones give Washington eyes and ears everywhere.

These dramatic new deployments signal further expansion of military operations around the globe as America comes ever closer to resembling its forbear, the British Empire. Most Americans, however, remain unaware of their government's new imperial plans to rule oil and the Muslim world, and of the unexpected conflicts that lie in wait for America's increasingly far-flung expeditionary forces.


And there you have it...just in case this information is not freely available in the U.S. press.


"Over grown military establishments are under any form of government inauspicious to liberty, and are to be regarded as particularly hostile to republican liberty."

George Washington (1732-1799)


Informant: emcain79

Stealth Cell towers and the 2004 U.S. Presidential Elections


Cell Towers Camouflaged

Stealth Cell towers and the 2004 U.S. Presidential Elections
source: by Bruce Conway

Late last fall, I watched bemused as several plainclothes geeks installed a cell tower behind our N.W. Island's Masonic Hall. It went up quickly, and without any fanfare.

The twist was that the cell tower was disguised as an ordinary flagpole. This was patriotic, and very suspicious. The camouflaged stealth tower was erected without any protests, warnings or announcements to local businesses or residents.

Being a curious person I investigated, and discovered to my great surprise that "stealth towers" are being hastily erected throughout the country, by the thousands. Camouflaged microwave and cell phone towers are being disguised as cacti, palm trees, church crosses, rock formations, water towers, and pine trees. This is happening without any of the dissent or protest usually surrounding cell tower erections.

Companies like Stealth Concealment Solutions of Charleston, S.C., are doing a brisk business. They custom-disguise cell towers to blend into their surroundings. It is estimated that up to 30% of the new cell tower erections now going up are being stealthily concealed.

When one considers the rapid advancements in electromagnetic and psychotronic mind control technology, this trend in utility concealment is rather sinister. If researchers could successfully project human speech into the minds of the deaf, as Dr. Joseph C. Sharp of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research did in 1974, think of their present capabilities.

Consider this quote by a pioneer in electromagnetic mind control: "Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain." - Dr. Jose Delgado -1974 Congressional Record, No. 262E, Vol. 118.

Here is another eye-opening quotation: "Contemporary neuroscience suggests the existence of fundamental algorithms by which all sensory transduction is translated into the intrinsic, brain-specific code. Direct stimulation of these codes within the human temporal or limbic cortices by applied electromagnetic patterns may require energy levels which are within the range of both geomagnetic activity and contemporary communication networks. A process which is coupled to the narrow band of brain temperature could allow all normal human brains to be affected by a sub-harmonic whose frequency range at about 10 Hz would only vary by 0.1 Hz." - On the Possibility of Directly accessing every human brain by electromagnetic induction of fundamental algorithms - by M.A. Persinger, Laurentian University / Perceptual and Motor Skills, June 1995, 80, 791-799.

And now, one final quotation to put the issue of stealth cell towers into a proper political perspective: "As an expert and juridical personality I declare: In Kiev was launched a mass production of Psychotronical Biogenerators and their tests. I cannot assert that during the coup d'etat were used exactly the Kiev generators. All the same the fact that they were used is evident to me. What are the Psychotronical generators? They are electrical equipment which produces the effect of guided control in human organisms. It affects especially the left and right hemisphere of the cortex. This is also the technology of the U.S. project Zombie 5 . . . I draw on my personal experience since I am myself the designer of such a generator." Quote by Victor Sedleckij, the Vice President of the League of Independent Soviet Scientists / Komsomolskaya Pravda / August 27, 1991

With the U.S. Presidential election coming up in a few short months, it is likely that the stealth cell tower network being rapidly constructed is destined to play an important role in remotely influencing the perceptions, thoughts and decisions of American voters.

Is there any crime that the Neoconmen won't perpretrate to retain their strangle-hold on power?

Stealth Tower online resources:

Mind Control Documentation

"A Method for the Remote Control of Electrical Stimulation of the Nervous System." E.L. Chaffee and R.U. Light. Yale Journal of Biology & Medicine, 1934, 7.

"Multichannel Transdermal Stimulation of the Brain." J.M.R. Delgado. Technical Documentary Report No. ARL-TR-70-1, New Mexico: Holloman Air Force Base, 1970.

"Psychotechnology: Electronic Control of Mind and Behavior." Robert L. Schwitzgebel and Ralph K. Schwitzgebel (Editors). New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1973.

"Psychiatry and the CIA: Victims of Mind Control." Harvey Weinstein, M.D. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1990.

"U.S. Explores Russian Mind-Control Technology." Barbara Opall. Defense News, January 11-17, 1993.

World Bank, WWF and others are wrong on old-growth logging

FORESTS ALERT: World Bank Subsidies Threaten World's Second Largest Rainforest

World Bank Subsidies Threaten World's Second Largest Rainforest

By Forests.org
August 25, 2004

TAKE ACTION - just updated!!

World Bank, WWF and others are wrong on old-growth logging


In March, 2004 the Rainforest Foundation revealed that the World Bank and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) seek to increase logging by sixty times in the world's second largest intact rainforest found mostly in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). According to World Bank documents, they intend to "create a favorable climate for industrial logging" by subsidizing the development of comprehensive new forestry laws in the Congo, as well as the 'zoning' of the country's entire forest area.

At $0.06 per hectare per year, the Bank-approved leasing of DRC's rainforests to loggers surely warrants scrutiny to determine whether this represents the true global value of those forests. Joseph Bobia, spokesperson for the Congolese development organization CENADEP, fears that as a result of industrial logging "much of the country [will be] turned into a vast logging concession."

Hundreds of environment, development, and human rights groups in the Congo, and thousands of international supporters including Forests.org's network, have called on the World Bank to stop these plans. What had been a surreptitious effort to access cheap timber in the absence of governmental authority has become a major international issue. The World Bank's President has gotten involved, and there are indications the project may be cancelled. The World Bank continues to subsidize first time industrial development of old-growth and other endangered forests in the DRC and around the world - seriously damaging the local and global environments.

Please demand the World Bank and FAO immediately halt plans for the expansion of industrial logging in the Democratic Republic of Congo and remaining ancient forests around the World.

Let them know the World Bank should be working with the Congolese government to help dismantle the country's corrupt and inefficient logging industry, rather than expanding it, and developing alternatives that will bring direct benefits to, and strengthens the rights of, the 35 million people living in and around the forest and depending on it for their survival.

TAKE ACTION - http://forests.org/action/africa/

P.S. The World Bank and WWF work as an alliance promoting "environmentally sensitive" first time logging of ancient old-growth forests worldwide. Please take the time to respond to the second alert (where you will be forwarded after sending the first), confronting WWF's complicity in final loss of the world's ancient forests. Demand to know where is the evidence old-growth forest can be sustainably managed?

Networked by Forests.org, Inc., gbarry@forests.org

Sankt Anna soll helfen

HNA 20.07.04


dazu auch:

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

durch Zufall erfahren wir von der Pressemitteilung in der HNA v. 20-07-04, dass in der evangelischen Kirche Wolfhagen, Sankt Anna, zu den bestehenden zwei GSM Anlagen nun noch zusätzlich 2-3 UMTS-Anlagen installiert werden sollen.

Verwundert sind wir, dass lt. PM eine dortige BI diesem Vorhaben "positiv gegenüber stehen soll!"

Ist man sich über die Tragweite dort nicht im Klaren?

Kennen die Leute nicht die TNO Studie, die jetzige Naila-Studie, die REFLEX Studie, die fatalen Ergebnisse der Blutreihenuntersuchungen von Neustadt und die von Dr. German, mit dem Titel:

"Vorläufige Bewertung anhand von 1000 Analysen des Einflusses der Mobilfunkbelastung auf die Retikulocytenreifung?"

Omega siehe unter: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/286698/

Der HESSISCHE LANDESVERBAND MOBILFUNKSENDERFREIE WOHNGEBIETE e.V. hatte kürzlich den Bischof Dr. Hein Kassel EKKW, noch einmal persönlich allgemein an seine Verantwortung angesprochen.

Im gleichen Sinne wurde auch der Kirchenpräsidenten Prof. Dr. Steinacker EKHN angesprochen; von beiden liegen noch keine Antwortschreiben vor.

1. Grundsätzlich bleibt es bei unserer Forderung:

Raus mit Anlagen aus allen Kirchtürmen!

Die Kirchenleitungen tendieren, wie bekannt, heute zur Vorsicht und raten von weiteren Installationen ab. Hat dies für Wolfhagen keine Gültigkeit?

Die dortige Landeskirche kann sich jetzt nicht mehr aus der Verantwortung heraushalten!

Die Wolfhager Verantwortlichen und die Bürger sollten schnellstens über das UMTS Gefährdungspotentials aufgeklärt werden.

Eine Erweiterung der bestehenden Anlagen muss unbedingt verhindert werden, es geht letztendlich auch um prinzipielle Aspekte.

2. Die von Vodafone lt. PM angesprochenen zu erwartenden Emissionswerte haben überhaupt keine Relevanz, sie dienen ausschließlich den Interessen des Betreibers und sind obskur und abstrus.

3. Eine scheinheilige Sanktionierung dieser Aussagen gegenüber der Bevölkerung durch ein Messinstitut muss ebenfalls unter dem vorigen Gesichtspunkt gesehen werden, sofern der Auftragsvergabe unter Beeinflussung der Betreiber erfolgt, wovon man vermutlich ausgehen kann.

Hier kann man nur einem neutralem Institut vertrauen - d.h. die BI muss und sollte das Institut mitbestimmen!


Unabhängig von den genannten Plänen - es kann ohnehin nur eine erforderliche funktechnisch fundierte Senderstandortplanung, durch ein seriöses unabhängiges Messinstitut, mit der Zielsetzung einer optimalen Emissionsminimierung infrage kommen -
haben Senderanlagen aus bekannten religiösen Aspekten in Kirchtürmen nichts zu suchen!

Man sollte die Basis des Gräfelfinger Modells fordern (Messinstitut enorm)

Omega: zum „Gräfelfinger Modell“ siehe

Der Umweltbeauftragte des Dekanates Alzey, Herr Pfarrer Mathias Engelbrecht, hat in dieser Angelegenheit an den Bischof Dr. Hein Kassel sowie die Pfarrer in Wolfhagen geschrieben. Kopie anbei.

Omega: siehe unter

Hier noch einmal die Anschriften der kirchlichen Verantwortlichen:

Bischof der EKKW, Dr. Martin Hein, Wilhelmshöher Allee 330, 34131 Kassel
landeskirchenamt@ekkw.de , bischof@ekkw.de

Dekan Gernot Gerlach, Kirchplatz 4, 34466 Wolfhagen, Tel. 05692/ 5885 und 996630
Fax: 05692/ 996638

Pfr. Gerd Bechtel, Hans-Stadten-Str. 24a, 34466 Wolfhagen, Tel. 05692/ 2382
Fax: 05692/991486

Pfarrerin Brigitte Engelhard-Lenz, Burgstraße 41, 34466 Wolfhagen, Tel. 05692/ 2133
kein Fax

Sicherlich wäre es hilfreich, wenn viele Protestschreiben/Faxe/Mails an die Verantwortlichen nach Nordhessen gerichtet würden.


Alfred Tittmann

Nutzlose Geräte gegen Handy- Strahlen

Unverschämte Abzocke kranker hilfesuchender Menschen

Es gibt Fakten zwischen Himmel und Erde, die wissenschaftlich auf eine Klärung warten. In meiner Vergangenheit habe ich versucht, selbst auf peinliche Behauptungen zugänglich zu reagieren und gestehe ein, ich konnte dadurch „unwissenschaftliche Erfahrungen“ sammeln, die mich zumindest nachdenklich stimmten.

Mobilfunkstrahlen, unsichtbare aber messbare und nachweisbare Energiestrahlung, für Mensch-Tier und Geräte different wirkungsreich als nicht zu verleugnender wissenschaftlicher Fakt vorhanden, ist inzwischen ein Tummelplatz für „Abschirm-Spezialisten“ geworden.

An strahlenbelasteten erkrankten Menschen, die in hilfloser Not nach allen Seiten nach hilfreichen Lösungen Ausschau halten, werden wertlose wirkungslose Produkte zu überhöhten Preisen verkauft.

Ein Gerichts-Prozess vor wenigen Wochen befasste sich mit den Klagen von 50 Bürgern, die Mobilfunk-Strahlen-Schutz-Artikel angekauft und als nutzlos reklamiert hatten. Bei einer Hausdurchsuchung im Hause des „Abschirm-Strahlen-Gottes“ wurden 300 000 Euro sichergestellt. Ein Zeichen dafür, wie viele Menschen, beeinflusst aus der Not heraus, im Vertrauen auf zu erwartende Hilfe sich in die Hände solcher „Strahlen-Scharlatane“ begeben. Wie leichtgläubig oder gar abergläubisch manche Menschen in unserem aufgeklärten Zeitalter doch noch sind und auf hochgedopte Versprechungen hereinfallen!

Da diese „Heilsversprecher“ die durch Geräte messbaren Strahlen nicht verschwinden lassen können, sind sie auf die Masche verfallen, sie könnten mit ihren „Abschirmgeräten“ die Strahlung von einer negativen in eine positive Strahlung umpolen. Das kann kein Spezialist geschweige denn ein einfacher Mensch nachmessen, dafür gibt es keine Messgeräte. Hier appelliert man an den Glauben und die Gefühle im Menschen und lässt sich das noch überteuert bezahlen. Dabei nutzen sie die Krankheiten und Ängste von Menschen aus, die aus einer Notlage heraus verzweifelt Hilfe suchen.

Vor wenigen Monaten hatte ich Kontakt mit einem solchen „Strahlen-Gott“. Interessiert habe ich mir in seinem Hause seine patentierten Gerätschaften angesehen, und ich wäre bereit gewesen, meine Erfahrungen nach der Installation der Anlage in meinem Haus jedem Interessierten zugänglich zu machen. Die Sache hatte aber einen Haken, ich sollte die diversen Teile, deren Preise sich zu tausenden Euros summiert hätten, bei ihm ohne Rückgaberecht kaufen.

Erschrocken war ich über eine junge Frau mit Brustkrebs, der man für viele tausende Euro mit Glassplittern beschichtete Kunststoffkugeln zur Abschirmung verkauft hatte, die das ganze Haus in eine positive Strahlenwirkung bringen sollte. Ihre Hoffnung, auf die von ihr teuer bezahlte „Hilfe“, wollte ich der kranken Frau nicht nehmen, die felsenfest davon überzeugt war, sie fühle sich seit dem Aufhängen der Kugeln wohler.

Trotz besseren Wissens beließ ich sie in ihrem Glauben und raubte ihr nicht die Hoffnung auf Abhilfe von Schäden, denn kein Arzt hätte ihr eigentlich selbst mit Medikamenten besser in ihren vielleicht letzten Lebenstagen helfen können, wie ihr fester Glaube an die für sie „ fühlbare Erleichterung“ nach der erfolgten „Entstörung“. Eine Erfahrung, die mich sehr nachdenklich stimmte.

Anprangern muss man aber auch die am Markt befindlichen Abschirmzelte auf wissenschaftlicher Basis gegen Hochfrequenzstrahlung. Sie sind teilweise sogar mit Zertifikaten von Professoren versehen. Auch hier werden Hoffnungen erweckt, die nicht ganz einzuhalten sind!

Im Kontakt mit Menschen, die ein solches Zelt schon einige Zeit einsetzten, gab man mir an, bestimmte Krankheitserscheinungen seien nach dem Einsatz des Abschirm-Baldachins rückläufig.

Vehement muss man aber darauf hinweisen, dass die Mobilfunkstrahlung leider nicht nur aus der Hochfrequenz besteht sondern dass es die gefährlicheren niederfrequent gepulsten aufmodulierten Strahlen sind, die wahrscheinlich die schlimmsten Schäden setzen, denn weitere Krankheitserscheinungen, die nach Sendebeginn der Mobilfunk-Stationen bei den Menschen aufgetreten waren, blieben weiterhin konsistent bestehen. Das Zelt oder der Baldachin schützt sicherlich in einem gewissen Rahmen vor der Hochfrequenz, aber die gefährlichen niederfrequenten Signale passieren weiterhin den Schutz, denn dagegen sind die Materialien bisher nicht erkennbar ausgelegt !

dieter keim >< ilbenstadt

Study Contradicts Cheney-Bush Claim of Undue Limits on Western Oil, Gas Drilling


Blame the Terrorists Behind That Tree


Vive la Difference

by Zbignew Zingh

Najaf. Where have we seen this before? American tanks surround the holy site of a religious sect. Troop commanders and government officials issue bombastic orders to an inferior, out-gunned, faith-fueled adversary to surrender or die. The guardians of the site are armed and determined to fight rather than surrender their charismatic leader. The pusillanimous press obediently label the surrounded ones as dangerous fanatics led by a fiery rebel. The Americans claim that the rebels have rigged the holy site to burn it to the ground. The soldiers demand that the rebels surrender, disarm and submit to “an arrest warrant.” Is this Najaf... or is it Waco?


Quit Spying on Nonviolent Activists

Anti-Terrorism Tip: Quit Spying on Nonviolent Activists

Guantanamo's Torture Regime is a Shameful Disgrace - Guantanamo Farce


Guantanamo Farce:

The U.S. criminal justice system, including its military stepchild, is supposed to stand for due process, impartiality and openness. These are the same principles, after all, that U.S. troops are fighting - and dying - to seed in Iraq and Afghanistan.


The Bush Air War


Defending Liberty


What We've Really Lost in this Indefensible War


RFID tags become hacker target


Source: CASPIAN NEWSLETTER, 08/24/04

Protect Our Remaining Wild Forests

Featured Petition: Protect Our Remaining Wild Forests


In 2001, the Bush administration promised to uphold the Roadless Area Conservation Rule to protect our last wild forests. But, guess what? Bush and his administration have just reneged on this promise.

Unless we act quickly, 58.5 million acres of U.S. nationalforests will be at risk from destructive road-building, logging and drilling.

Though the Administration and the Forest Service attemptedto portray the new rule change as a modification of the Roadless Rule, under this proposal not a single acre of roadless areas in the National Forests will be protected nationally and thus will not be safe from the timber, oil and gas industries.

Your voice is needed now - please sign this petition to submit your public comment to the Forest Service. Help send a clear and powerful message that we will not tolerate the administration giving our national forests away:


Plant Trees Online to Help Areas Destroyed by Wildfire

Featured Action: Plant Trees Online to Help Areas Destroyed by Wildfire


You have probably seen pictures of the devastating wildfires that the western United States has experienced in recent years. Did you know that more than 5.6 million acres of forest have burned already this year? You can help restore these damaged forests lands by planting trees - online - through American Forests' Wildfire ReLeaf program.

Why do we need to plant trees? Hundreds of thousands of acres scorched by wildland fires need trees to stabilize and regenerate fragile forest ecosystems. Some forest ecosystems have burned so hot that trees will not grow back on their own. Areas prone to erosion - especially along streams and rivers - need trees to help hold soil in place. Replanting native species before invasive species have a chance to take over ensures that those forest ecosystems return to their pre-fire state.

Trees also play crucial roles in filtering our water, cleaning our air, and slowing global climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide, a major greenhouse gas. When we help plant trees to regenerate our forests, we help rebuild the forest homes for our wildlife, and ensure healthy forests for generations to enjoy.

Learn how you can plant trees online today!


Oak disease spreads via human hikers

Oak disease spreads via human hikers and other stories

Human hikers and mountain bikers are spreading a disease threatening California forests. The fungus that causes sudden oak death, Phytophthora ramorum, has killed thousands of oak trees around the state and afflicted other native plants such as rhododendrons and bay laurel with a leaf disease...


High Prices as Policy


GWEN Towers, HAARP & Satellite GPS - EMF Control Grid

I enclose an extract from the article detailed below for your consideration.

Best wishes
Carole Smith

GWEN Towers, HAARP & Satellite GPS-EMF Control Grid

"GWEN is a superb system, in combination with cyclotron resonance, for producing behavioural alterations in the civilian population. The average strength of the steady geomagnetic field varies from place to place across the United States. Therefore, if one wished to resonate a specific ion in living things in a specific locality, one would require a specific frequency for that location. The spacing of GWEN transmitters 200 miles apart across the United States would allow such specific frequencies to be 'tailored' to the geomagnetic-field strength in each GWEN area."

- Robert O. Becker, M.D., in "Crosscurrents: The Perils of Electropollution"

"Russian satellites, controlled by advanced computers, can send voices in one's own language interweaving into natural thoughts to the population of choice to form diffused artificial thought. The chemistry and electricity of the human brain can be manipulated by satellite and even suicide can be induced. Through ferocious anti-humanitarian means, the extremist groups are fabricated, the troubles and bloody disturbances are instigated by advanced tele-means via Russian satellites, in many countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America."

Dr Nassim Abd El-Aziz Neweigy, March 21, 1983, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Agriculture, Moshtohor Tukh-Kalubia, Egypt, writing in The Sydney Morning Herald

"Specifically, this agreement establishes the overall policies, relationships, and responsibilities guiding interagency activities necessary to establish, operate, and manage the NDGPS as authorized by Section 346 of Public Law 105-66 of October 27, 1997 (Attachment A) including for the temporary and permanent transfer of mutually selected USAF Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) sites and equipment to USDOT for use to establish the NDGPS radionavigation service as authorized under Public Law 105-66, Section 346 (Attachment (C))."


The agreement also establishes USACE, FRA, FHWA, USCG, and NOAA responsibilities for the funding, installation, operation, and eventual decommissioning of Nationwide DGPS sites.

In Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) NSTC-6 of March 28, 1996, the President designated the Department of Transportation as the "lead agency for all Federal civil GPS matters." In addition, the President directed the USDOT to "develop and implement U.S. Government augmentations to the basic GPS for transportation applications."

In January 1997 the USDOT formed an interagency DGPS Executive Steering Group and a DGPS Policy and Implementation Team to investigate the development of a nationwide differential service to comply with Presidential direction. The findings of the Executive Steering Group determined that building upon existing infrastructure and resources - Coast Guard Maritime Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) sites and conversion of existing US Air Force Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) sites - was the most practical method available to adequately fulfill the PDD and meet the user agency operational and technical needs.

Section 346 of Public Law 105-66, dated October 27, 1997, (Attachment A) grants authority to the USDOT to "take receipt of such equipment and sites of the Ground Wave Emergency Network ... as ... necessary for the establishment of a nationwide system to be known as the 'Nationwide Differential Global Positioning System .'"

In November, 1998, the NDGPS MOA was signed, identifying the general responsibilities of the seven Federal Agencies involved in the planning and proposed implementation of the NDGPS service.


300 Towers, 300-500 Feet High, Spread Across the United States

The Ground-Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) System

Extract from Matrix III Volume One:

The Ground-Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) is a communications system that the military is in the process of constructing as we speak. It operates in the very-low-frequency (VLF) range, with transmissions between 150 and 175 kHz. This range was selected because its signals travel by means of waves that have a tendency to hug the ground rather than by radiating into the atmosphere. This signal drops off sharply with distance - a single GWEN stations transmits in a 360 circle to a distance of 250 to 300 miles. The entire GWEN system consists of approximately 300 such stations spread across the United States, each with a tower 300-500 feet high. The stations are from 200 to 250 miles apart, so that a signal can go from coast to coast from one station to another. When the system is completed around 1993, the entire civilian population of the United States will be exposed to the GWEN Transmissions.


According to a 1982 Air Force review of biotechnology, ELF has a number of potential military uses, including "dealing with terrorist groups, crowd control, controlling breaches of security at military installations, and antipersonnel techniques in tactical warfare."

"Electromagnetic systems would be used to produce mild to severe physiological disruption or perceptual distortion or disorientation. They are silent, and counter measures to them may be difficult to develop."


Each site would consist of a 299 foot tower (presumably to get around automatic imposition of the National Environmental Policy Act requirement for an environmental impact statement for any federally-funded 300 foot tower), a concrete building, and a series of fences on a 700 foot square site. Underground, a "ground screen" of copper wire would radiate to 330 feet at regular intervals. Physically unimpressive, the towers are presented to the public by the Air Force as radio towers for "emergency communications."

Each tower will cost $1.4 million, the entire system a billion dollars. Other systems such as AFSATCOM, Milstar, Green Pine, and Giant Talk are designed to provide nuclear war communications at other electromagnetic frequencies and with the same or other weapons systems. Because of GWEN's relatively simplistic technology, the Air Force presumes that GWEN will be replaced in 15 years by a satellite system.


Screening mothers and babes instead of potential terrorists

by Nancy Salvato

Frontiers of Freedom


I was absolutely dumbfounded to read about something called The Children's Mental Health Act of 2003. It requires a mental health screening of children ages zero through 18 and pregnant women. Pregnant women would be screened prior to delivery for depression and periodically for the first six months after giving birth. It's appalling that a country where people have the audacity to scream 'violation of rights' to the profiling of Muslims, would allow an act of this nature, based on the premise that early intervention is the key to academic success and crime prevention, be passed into legislation!...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Bush weds religion, politics to form world view

by David Domke

Seattle Post-Intelligencer


American presidents beginning with George Washington have included religious language in their public addresses. Claims of the United States as a divinely chosen nation and requests for God to bless U.S. decisions and actions have been commonplace. Scholars have labeled such discourse 'civil religion,' in which political leaders emphasize religious symbols and transcendent principles to engender a sense of unity and shared national identity. George W. Bush is doing something altogether different. Since the attacks of Sept. 11, the president and his administration have converged a religious fundamentalist worldview with a political agenda -- a distinctly partisan one, wrapped in the mantle of national interest but crafted by and for only those who share their outlook...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Kiss your rights goodbye


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The polarization of America, part 2

by Bob Smith

No Force, No Fraud


We're facing an election where the 'victor' is going to be either Bush or Kerry. There is no other likely winner. The truly sickening aspect of that is that the reason is not because there is no better alternative, but because the whole electoral system is rigged by two parties in control, to make alternatives all but impossible...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The neocon civil war

by Justin Raimondo



How does one rescue the credibility of a fanatic and secretive cult that lied us into a quagmire and is even now agitating for us to get in deeper? Now that growing numbers of people on the right as well as the left are on to [the neocons'] machinations, and are especially enraged by the brazen manipulation of 'intelligence' engineered by their cadres in government, the question arises: credibility in whose eyes?...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

How the Washington Post promoted a war

by Greg Mitchell

Editor and Publisher


Why keep returning to the question of press complicity in the Iraq war? After all, nothing we now say or do or write can halt the invasion, breathe life into the dead or re-attach thousands of missing limbs. It's a good question, but as one who has written hundreds of thousands of words on the use of atomic weapons in 1945 without saving a life or a soul, it's not likely to stop me. Putting aside any political or moral questions, a reason to keep returning to the issue is this: It provides a Journalism 101 textbook example of what happens when reporters and editors attach too much credibility to statements by officials with an agenda or axe to grind...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Sum of a glitch

by Bev Harris

In These Times


In the Alabama 2002 general election, machines made by Election Systems and Software (ES&S) flipped the governor's race. Six thousand three hundred Baldwin County electronic votes mysteriously disappeared after the polls had closed and everyone had gone home.

Democrat Don Siegelman's victory was handed to Republican Bob Riley, and the recount Siegelman requested was denied. Three months after the election, the vendor shrugged. 'Something happened. I don't have enough intelligence to say exactly what,' said Mark Kelley of ES&S. When I began researching this story in October 2002, the media was reporting that electronic voting machines are fun and speedy, but I looked in vain for articles reporting that they are accurate. I discovered four magic words, 'voting machines and glitch,' which, when entered into a search engine, yielded a shocking result: A staggering pile of miscounts was accumulating...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Teed off to the max

by Ed Lewis

Teed off to the max (almost)

Liberty For All


The atrocities occurring against freedom and the American people could easily fill volumes, from cops killing innocent people to our military people wiping out thousands of innocent men, women, and children. Justice is a joke -- or would be if it were not for the fact that the United States now has 25 percent of the world's prisoners. And, you know what -- most -- at least 70 percent -- are not criminals, as they have been convicted by non-Article III courts established by State governments enforcing victimless 'crimes' based on State rules, not law...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

One in three lakes contaminated

EPA report: One in three lakes contaminated

Dodge City Daily Globe


One of every three lakes in the United States, and nearly one-quarter of the nation's rivers contain enough pollution that people should limit or avoid eating fish caught there. Every state but Alaska and Wyoming issued fish advisories covering some and occasionally all of their lakes or rivers in 2003, according to a national databased maintained by the Environmental Protection Agency and updated every year...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Prison abuse report cites top commanders

Seattle Times


The blame for abuses at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison lies mainly with the American soldiers who ran the notorious jail, but senior commanders and top-level Pentagon officials including Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld can be faulted for failed leadership and oversight, an independent commission said Tuesday. 'There was chaos at Abu Ghraib,' said James R. Schlesinger, who headed the four-person commission appointed by Rumsfeld...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

US Naval Excercises sceduled off North Korea

US Naval Excercises sceduled off North Korea end of October

The writer below draws our attention to a very ominous prospect. Please ask your governments to formally protest these planned US naval exercises.

David Krieger
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
PMB 121, 1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 1
Santa Barbara, CA 93108

Click here to add your voice to a growing movement for peace and a nuclear weapons-free world.

TO: Distinguished Recipients
FM: John Whitbeck

Buried in an article in today's International Herald Tribune, without any particular emphasis, was a significant item of information: -- The United States has scheduled naval exercises off the coast of North Korea at the end of October.

I can imagine only one explanation for a decision to schedule such naval exercises (by definition, optional) at precisely that time. Bush-Cheney-Rove wants to have the option, if Bush's election does not appear assured in the week prior to election day, to either (1) seek to provoke a genuine North Korean attack on an American ship -- and retaliate or (2) in good Gulf of Tonkin style, claim a non-existent North Korean attack -- and retaliate or (3) launch a frankly "preventive" or "pre-emptive" attack against North Korea.

Where such courses of action would lead the region and the world cannot be determined in advance but, presumably, would be of limited concern to Bush-Cheney-Rove. Any of such alternative approaches to war would almost certainly assure the election of the Commander-in Chief on November 2.

From FoE Sydney - Nuclear Campaign

Reversal of Ban on GM Crops Incenses Activists


Source: News-headlines Digest, Vol 16, Issue 12

Überblick zu Montagsdemos


Experten warnen vor großem Lauschangriff


dies sollte man gelesen haben.


P.S. letztendlich ist es egal, wie die Daten beschafft werden - es wird lediglich der Besitz persönlicher Daten durch Gesetzgebungen legalisiert.

Von Jessica Fischer

23.08.2004 16:42
Experten warnen vor großem Lauschangriff

Mit einem Änderungsentwurf der Telekommunikationsüberwachungsverordnung (TKÜV) will die Regierung staatlichen Stellen den Zugriff auf sämtliche Telekommunikationskennungen verschaffen. Gemeint ist damit, dass alle Internetanschlüsse (IP-Adressen, Internet-Protokolle), die Gerätekennungen von Handys (IMEI, International Mobile Equipment Identity) sowie von kompletten Funkzellen und WLAN-Hotspots personenbezogen erfasst werden sollen. Davor warnt der Verband der deutschen Internetwirtschaft (eco). Das Ergebnis sei ein "gläserner Telekommunikationsbürger", der auf allen technischen Kontaktwegen - per Internet, Handy, Funk oder WLAN - abgehört werden kann.

Der Weg ins Ausland soll eco zu Folge ebenfalls "dicht gemacht" werden. So sei vorgesehen, dass sämtliche Netzknoten, die zur Zusammenschaltung mit ausländischen Telekommunikationsnetzen dienen, zum Mithören für staatliche Stellen geöffnet werden müssen. "Leidtragender ist jeder in Deutschland, der einen Telekommunikationsanschluss besitzt, also ein Telefon, ein Handy oder einen Internetzugang.", warnt Klaus Landefeld, Vorstand des Verbandes der deutschen Internetwirtschaft.

Eco möchte in seiner Rolle als Lobbyist die Politiker auf die Problematik der Gesetzesnovelle aufmerksam machen: "Schon allein vom benötigten Speicherplatz und den Kosten ist dieses Vorhaben nicht zu bewältigen, von datenschutzrechtlichen Bedenken einmal ganz abgesehen.", kommentierte Harald Summa, Geschäftsführer bei eco, das Regierungsvorhaben gegenüber PC-WELT.


Mobilfunk und Kinder


Experten sehen Kinder durch Handystrahlung gefährdet

Handys stellen Gefahren für Kinder dar


Kinder und Mobilfunk

Kinder durch Mobilfunk in besonderer Gefahr

Mit der raschen Entwicklung in der mobilen Telekommunikation hat sich die Möglichkeit aufgetan, jederzeit und überall telefonieren zu können. Dieser Bedarf nach ständiger Erreichbarkeit bedingt, dass immer mehr Sendeanlagen installiert werden. Die Diskussion, wie sich die Dauerbelastung der Antennen auf den Organismus auswirkt, reißt nicht ab. Kritisiert wird dabei die verwendete Technik: niederfrequent gepulste Hochfrequenz. Als Folge können Kopfschmerzen, Gedächtnisstörungen, Ohrensausen, Schlaf- und Konzentrationsprobleme, Übelkeit und mehr entstehen. Spezielle Informationen über die gesundheitlichen Auswirkungen auf Kinder sind noch wenig verbreitet, aber alarmierend.

Wolfram König, Präsident des Bundesamtes für Strahlenschutz (BfS), traf die Aussage: "Kinder befinden sich noch in der Wachstumsphase und reagieren deshalb gesundheitlich empfindlicher. Wir haben hier eine besondere Verpflichtung zur Vorsorge". Er gibt auch die Empfehlung: "Eltern sollten ihre Kinder möglichst von dieser Technologie fernhalten".

Prof. Peter Semm von der Universität Frankfurt, der Entdecker der magnetischen Empfindlichkeit des Melatonins (Hormon, das an der Schlafsteuerung beteiligt ist), stellte bereits 1995 fest, dass bei Bestrahlung mit gepulster Hochfrequenz – auch unterhalb der gesetzlichen Grenzwerte – bereits 60 Prozent der Nervenzellen "falsch" reagieren. Er sagt: "Ich würde mein Kind nicht in einen Kindergarten schicken, wenn im Umkreis von 250 Metern eine Mobilfunksendeanlage steht".

Bei der Installationen von Mobilfunksendeanlagen kommt es immer wieder zu Konflikten mit der Bevölkerung. Ganz aktuell in der Stadt Füssen, wo in unmittelbarer Nähe zur Realschule eine bestehende Sendestation mit zwei weiteren Sendern aufgerüstet wurde. Das Bewusstsein um die Konfliktsituation bei sensiblen Bereichen, wie Schule, Kindergarten, Altenheim, fand Eingang in den "Freiwilligen Vereinbarungen". Sie sind ein Vertrag zwischen Staat und Betreibern, und haben zum Ziel zur Akzeptanzverbesserung von Mobilfunksendern bei der Bevölkerung beizutragen.

Wie stellt sich die Situation im Ostallgäu dar? Wo befinden sich Sender in der Nähe von Kindergärten und Schulen? Diesen Fragen gingen die Ostallgäuer Mobilfunk-Initiativen nach. Bei 4 von 16 Kindergärten stehen im Abstand von ungefähr 200 Meter Entfernung eine oder einmal zwei Sendeanlagen. Innerhalb des gleichen Abstandes, 200 m, liegen 4 Schulen von insgesamt 5 Sendeanlagen entfernt. Der Städte- und Gemeindetag hat bei Verstößen gegen die "Freiwilligen Vereinbarungen" eine Clearingstelle eingerichtet. Vom Anrufen dieser Stelle macht nun die Stadt Füssen Gebrauch. Die Mobilfunk-Initiativen möchten nun auch den anderen Gemeinden diesen gangbaren Weg aufzeigen und hoffen, dass die Kommunen Initiative ergreifen zur Vorsorge der Kinder.

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