Green and Libertarian Candidate have filed for a recount in OHIO
http://www.votecobb.org/ (it may or may not change the outcome of the election. the point is to make sure all of the votes are counted. see below...)

2) http://www.freepress.org/columns/display/3/2004/985
And so the sorting and discarding of Kerry votes begins --by Bob Fitrakis "Are the provisional ballots in Ohio being thrown out? A new rule for counting provisional ballots in Cuyahoga County, Ohio was implemented on Tuesday, November 9 at approximately 2:30 in the afternoon, according to election observer Victoria Lovegren. The new ruling in Cuyahoga County mandates that provisional ballots in yellow packets must be 'Rejected' if there is no 'date of birth' on the packet. The Free Press obtained copies of the original 'Provisional Verification Procedure' from Cuyahoga County which stated 'Date of birth is not mandatory and should not reject a provisional ballot.'

The original procedure required the voter's name, address and a signature that matched the signature in the county's database."

Contact: Ohio Secretary of State (GOP)
J. Kenneth Blackwell
180 E. Broad St., 16th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Email: blackwell@sos.state.oh.us
Also: guide@sos.state.oh.us

3) Subject: Tell Congress to Investigate the 2004 Election
Questions are swirling around whether the election was conducted honestly or not. We need to know -- was it or wasn't it? If people were wrongly prevented from voting, or if legitimate votes were mis-counted or not counted at all, we need to know so the wrongdoers can be held accountable, and to help prevent this from happening again.

Members of Congress are demanding an investigation to answer this question. Join me in supporting their call, at:

4) Letters from members of Congress to David Walker, Comptroller General of the United States, demanding an investigation of the election: November 5th, 2004 & November 8th, 2004

Informant: kimtche

The Risks of Electronic Voting


Informant: Terry Melanson

Arctic Wildlife is On the Brink of Catastrophe


Dead End for the Bush Economy


Informant: CHEROKEE

Nader calls for US election recounts


Informant: Shannon

ACLU hotline for vote irregularities and disenfranchisement in the last election

Please distribute widely.


ACLU hotline for vote irregularities and disenfranchisement in the last election - 1-877-523-2792, http://www.aclu.org/VotingRights/VotingRightsMain.cfm


“The ACLU monitored polls nationally and is responding to incidents of voter intimidation, vote suppression or election foul-ups, including in Minnesota, Ohio, Rhode Island and Virginia, and in Florida. Voters with complaints are encouraged to call our toll-free voter hotline 1-877-523-2792.”

Vaccine Ingredients


Informant: billder

Vote discrepancies in Ohio and Florida


Nine North Eastern US states are asserting their independence from the country's federal government by implementing the Kyoto protocol

States of the nation

Informant: Anna Webb

U.N. Report Slams Use of Torture to Beat Terror

The 19-page study, which is likely to go before the current session of the U.N. General Assembly in December, does not identify the United States by name but catalogues the widely publicised torture and humiliation of prisoners and detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan by U.S. troops waging the so-called ”war on terrorism.”


From Information Clearing House

More Key Reporting by Media on Election Problems


Informant: WantToKnow.info

Westwood Anti-Occupation Demonstration Pictures


Informant: intruthwetrust


Thursday, November 11, 2004


The (Un)Concession Speech That Could Have Been

And So The Sorting And Discarding Of Kerry Votes Begins

How George W. Bush Won the 2004 Presidential Election

Calif. Settles Electronic Voting Suit Against Diebold

Feds Urged To Set Electronic Voting Standards

The Ohio Factor:
Did Homeland Security And The Fbi Interfere With The Vote Count?



Kerry Campaign Scrutinizes Ohio

Green & Libertarian Presidential Candidates to Demand Ohio Recount

Rule By Theft: Reconstructing The Crime

Latest Conspiracy Theory -- Kerry Won -- Hits the Ether

If It's Too Bad To Be True, It May Not Be Voter Fraud

Gao Investigation Of E-voting Problems Requested

Florida E-Vote Fraud? Unlikely

A Note On The Presidential Election in Ohio
(by Dennis Kucinich)

TampaVote: Dispatches from the Ground

Computer Glitch Blamed For Miscount In Jp Voting

Machines Breaking Create Ballot Stir

Who Counts in Ohio?

Kerry Won; The Election Was Stolen

Ohio Still Counting Provisional Ballots

Validation Of Provisional Ballots In Ohio Is Tedious Process

Questioning Ohio: No Controversy This Time? Think Again.

How The Republicans Stole Ohio

Sequoia Gives Away Electronic Voting Machines in Swing State
Before November Election

Most Provisional Ballots Rejected; Voters Often In Wrong Precinct

Inside The Election Fraud Battle

Judge Eyed On Ballots

Cuyahoga Board Deflates Vote Suspicions

Judge Rejects Suit Over Uncounted Absentee Ballots

Judge Disallows Counting Late Absentee Vote Returns

Rejected N.M. Provisional Ballots Top Estimates

Clerk: 10,000 Ballots Invalid

Informant: NHNE

47 State Exit Poll Analysis Confirms Swing Anomaly


Informant: S.T.Ill Freeman

The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy

Odds of Exit Poll anomalies 250 million to one----more votefraud news


The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy
BuzzFlash was forwarded a copy of a new research paper (271k PDF) on the exit polls from the 2004 election.

In "The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy," Dr. Steven F. Freeman says: "As much as we can say in social science that something is impossible, it is impossible that the discrepancies between predicted and actual vote counts in the three critical battleground states [Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania] of the 2004 election could have been due to chance or random error."

The odds of those exit poll statistical anomalies occurring by chance are 250,000,000 to one. 250 MILLION to ONE.

He concludes the paper with this: "Systematic fraud or mistabulation is a premature conclusion, but the election's unexplained exit poll discrepancies make it an unavoidable hypothesis, one that is the responsibility of the media, academia, polling agencies, and the public to investigate."


FOCUS: MSNBC Vote Fraud Video (Must See)

Computer Researchers Find Critical Flaws in Popular Software Produced for U.S. Elections

Dr. Avi Rubin is currently Professor of Computer Science at John Hopkins University. He "accidently"got his hands on a copy of the Diebold software program--Diebold's source code--which runs their e- voting machines.

Dr. Rubin's students pored over 48,609 lines of code that make up this software. One line in partictular stood out over all the rest: #defineDESKEY((des_KEY8F2654hd4"

All commercial programs have provisions to be encrypted so as to protect them from having their contents read or changed by anyone not having the key..The line that staggered the Hopkin's team was that the method used to encrypt the Diebold machines was a method called Digital Encryption Standard (DES), a code that was broken in 1997 and is NO LONGER USED by anyone to secure prograns. F2654hd4 was the key to the encryption. Moreover, because the KEY was IN the source code, all Diebold machines would respond to the same key. Unlock one, you have then ALL unlocked.

I can't believe there is a person alive who wouldn't understand the reason this was allowed to happen. This wasen't a mistake by any stretch of the imagination. This was a fixed election, plain and simple.

This second coup d'etat is either stopped now or America ceases to be.

See more links at http://www.senderberl.com/111004.htm

Informant: S.T.Ill Freeman

A Chip in Your Shoulder - Should I get an RFID implant?

brave new world

A Chip in Your Shoulder
Should I get an RFID implant?

By Josh McHugh
Posted Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004, at 3:25 PM PT

Last month, the FDA approved an implantable, rice-grain-sized microchip for use in humans. The tiny subcutaneous RFID chip, made by a company called VeriChip, is being marketed as a lifesaving device. If you're brought to an emergency room unconscious, a scanner in the hospital doorway will read your chip's unique ID. That will unlock your medical records from a database, allowing doctors to learn about your penicillin allergy or your pacemaker.

That all sounds great, but could chip implants be used for something more sinister? Scott Silverman, the CEO of VeriChip's parent corporation, acknowledges that RFID injections aren't an easy sell. In fact, the company's own research reveals that 9 out of 10 people find the whole thing creepy.

Nothing makes privacy lovers and conspiracy theorists blanch like people rolling up their sleeves to get injected with tiny electronic devices. But fears of an Enemy of the State- -like government tracking system overlook the fact that RFID chips can only be read at very short range. Will the chips let the FBI and National Security Agency watch implantees on some super-secret radar screen? Not likely. Could some stalker hobbyist hide a dozen RFID scanners around your neighborhood and track you from his garage? Possibly.

VeriChip's biggest human-chip market is Mexico. In July, the attorney general and 160 members of his staff were implanted with a chip in order to control access to a new government facility. Building security isn't the biggest part of VeriChip's south-of-the-border sales pitch, though. Mexico's kidnapping wave—the country's 3,000 abductions a year are second only to Colombia worldwide—has led VeriChip to partner with the National Foundation for the Investigation of Lost and Kidnapped Children. So far, 1,000 Mexican citizens have voluntarily had RFID chips implanted.

The idea of using RFID gear to thwart kidnappers betrays a fundamental misunderstanding—or a deliberate misrepresentation—of how the technology works. An RFID implant is useful for tracking within a controlled area like a warehouse—"Where's widget No. 4,343?"—but not so useful for the kind Tommy Lee Jones does in The Fugitive. The RFID readers now on the market have a maximum range of about 30 feet. To monitor kidnappings in progress, Mexico would need to install RFID readers in every building, office, store, and street corner.

Silverman concedes that the company's Mexican distributor may not have tried very hard to dispel the notion that VeriChips have GPS capabilities, which would be required for real remote tracking. VeriChip's parent company says a subdermal GPS device is now in development. But until a GPS implant becomes reality, implanted RFID chips will come in handy mostly in identifying dead bodies—that is, assuming kidnappers have the decency not to dig the chips out of their victims' arms. There are implementation problems with that fantasy RFID medical scheme, too. Once you've been chipped, you'll have to wait for VeriChip to connect its database—containing your medical records—with each hospital's individual system. By the time we get a national medical database, you'll probably have died of natural causes.

Maybe you shouldn't trust RFID to stop a kidnapping or to save your life in an emergency. Perhaps a more realistic suggestion is to use RFID implants to replace the tracking bracelets now imposed upon those who a) aren't trusted to be in the right place at the right time; and b) aren't given much of a choice: kids (at theme parks like Fort Lauderdale's Wannado City and Legoland in Denmark), the elderly, and prisoners. Though injection is unpleasant to think about, subdermal devices are far harder to remove—and, thus, far more reliable—than an external bracelet. And what about the lighter side of chip injection? Patrons of Barcelona's Baja Beach Club now pay for drinks via a system that links their VeriChip implants to their credit cards.

Any potential revolution in human tracking or mundane convenience comes with a fundamental insecurity. A scanner operating at the right wavelength can read an RFID chip. That means that any hobbyist can just buy an RFID reader and use it to keep tabs on the chip-implanted people that happen to walk by. Here's a list of RFID readers that can plug into various handheld computers—the 125 kHz readers, including this $425 model, would pick up a VeriChip. Models like this 2-inch-by-1-inch 125 kHz reader could be hidden quite easily. It wouldn't be hard for a tech-savvy stalker to rig his scanner to activate a camera whenever it detected an RFID chip. By logging the times that your implant was scanned, he could easily track your comings and goings

You could make your RFID chip unreadable by putting a blocking device like Mylar fabric or a metal plate between the chip and the reader. RFID chips could also be made to transmit their information in encrypted form, but VeriChip hasn't announced any plans to do so. Until it does, it might be best to keep RFID chips outside your epidermis. And a special message for all you kids out there: If your parents insist on microchip implantation, just make sure you've got some Mylar armbands lying around the house.

Josh McHugh is a contributing editor at Wired.

Informant: USERDE6253

Still questioning whether Bush won?

by Bob Smith

No Force, No Fraud


A whole lot of Democrats have been wondering why the Kerry campaign didn't question the critical Ohio vote totals, since exit polls showed that he won the state, and there have been many reports of irregularities. After spending about $242 million fighting for the job, why concede with so many questions ... especially after bitching for 4 years about Republicans stealing the last election? I don't have an answer to that reasonable question, but I would bet that if we could get an honest answer, we just might learn a lot about the relationship between the two parties that have polarized our nation...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Formal demand for a recount of the presidential ballots cast in Ohio

In This Post

(1) What else to say to Blackwell: it's urgent you contact him TODAY because the provisionals are going to be counted tomorow(sat ,the 13th) and he's the tie breaker in all disputes

(2) Exciting new recount info-- 3rd party candidates will definetely request it. They just need money

The issue I mentioned earlier had to do with a brand new ruling in Cuyahoga County that provisional ballots in yellow packets must be “Rejected” if there is no “date of birth” on the packet. The Free Press obtained copies of the original “Provisional Verification Procedure” from Cuyahoga County which stated “Date of birth is not mandatory and should not reject a provisional ballot.” The original procedure required the voter’s name, address and a signature that matched the signature in the county’s database. http://www.freepress.org/columns/display/3/2004/985

In addition, once the provisional ballots start being counted Saturday, anytime there is a question of the legality of one of the ballots it will be voted on by two Democrats and two Republicans. If there is a tie (which I assume in most cases there would be), Ohio Secretary of State Blackwell breaks the tie.

CONTACT BLACKWELL NOW: SAY "The new rule requiring birthdays on the outside of provional vote packets are outrageous and must be negated! Furthermore, whenever when you are urged to break ties in provisional ballot disputes, I strongly urge you not to exclude votes based on technicalities. It is immoral to disenfranchise people in this way!"

J. Kenneth Blackwell
180 E. Broad St., 16th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Email: blackwell@sos.state.oh.us

--There is also exciting new information about recounting Ohio. David Cobb in conjuntion with Michael Badnarik, the 2004 presidential candidates for the Green and Libertarian parties, today announced their intentions to file a formal demand for a recount of the presidential ballots cast in Ohio.

The Cobb and Badnarik campaigns are in the process of raising the required fee, estimated at $110,000, for filing for a complete recount. The campaigns are accepting contributions through their websites. The Cobb-LaMarche website is http://www.votecobb.org . The Badnarik-Campagna contribution page is https://badnarik.org.


Take care,

Cheryl Guttman

Ohio recount under way

Short version: spend 60 seconds asking Congress to investigate vote fraud in the last election by filling out the form at http://www.moveon.org/investigatethevote .

Long version (why you should do it): The vote fraud story has built momentum, such that mass media are barely maintaining the con that it's not newsworthy: Keith Olbermann/MSNBC has featured the story several days this week on his popular nightly newscast. Six congressmembers have made a formal request for a limited investigation, and Nader and Cobb (Green Party) are probably getting the recount in Ohio to which they're entitled. You can push that momentum just a little bit, with 90 seconds in a web form, asking Congress to investigate the vote count:
http://www.moveon.org/investigatethevote . It feels better than just accepting the fraud that stole your election, even if it doesn't change anything. And of course, if it can change the fraud to a legitimate count, it's your duty to spend 90 seconds protecting something that's taken centuries to build, and in which you will live for the rest of your life.

The initial presidential vote in Ohio turned out to be 137,000 more for Bush, out of 5,500,000. This week they're counting another 155,000 "provisional ballots", mostly Democrats "challenged" at their polling place by Republicans suppressing their vote. That new count alone could reduce the margin below 100,000 votes. One eVoting machine in Cincinnatti had added about 4,000 fake votes to Bush, and there are thousands of unrechecked eVoting machines across Ohio. Only 25 more fake results like that could have screwed up the original count, hiding a Kerry win in Ohio, and therefore the country.

Meanwhile, North Carolina eVoting problem reports are now so severe, they'll likely "revote", though they're not planning on revoting for President. Initial state result details are at

Recounts will at least help destroy the fake media story that Bush's pathological liars have a "mandate" to do more damage in the second term than the first. Any significant change will make fraud harder in the future, and might even start reforms to the system - it will certainly make it harder to pretend that these rigged machines are OK in 2005, 2006, through 2008 and beyond. All you have to do to help is spend 60 seconds filling out a Web form, rather than just accept citizenship in a banana republic: http://www.moveon.org/investigatethevote

Informant: Heather Tarrant

An Arctic alert on global warming


Ask congress to subpoena the election evidence

See below.


Chairman of the house judiciary committee , F. James Sensenbrenner:

-------- Original Message --------
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 16:06:07 -0500

Randi Rhodes is calling for everyone to email F. James Sensenbrenner, the chairman of the house judiciary committee. He has the power to subpoena the black boxes that hold the votes in the counties in Florida that have all those suspicious votes for bush and all used optical scanners. These can be read and verified by a human being. Glenda Hood is the only other person that can do this, and she is never gonna do it.

Copy of my letter is below. She said we should be nice because we are asking for a favor. He is from Wisconsin and may be fairly reasonable and rational even though he is a Republican.



----- Original Message -----
From: D. Cinelli
To: sensenbrenner@mail.house.gov
Sent: Friday, November 12, 2004 4:00 PM
Subject: Election 2004

Dear Chairman Sensenbrenner:

I am writing to request that as head of the judiciary committee you subpoena some black boxes that contain votes from the 47 Florida counties that have suspicious tallies.

One would be asked to believe that 100% of Republicans, 50% of Democrats, and 100% of Independents all voted for President Bush, despite exit polls to the contrary. To further arouse suspicion, all these counties used the same optical scanner system.

Perhaps if you subpoened and examined the votes in some of these counties, you could put to rest the doubts and suspicions that many Americans harbor about the election. This would serve our country, our democracy, and help heal our great national divide.


Donna Cinelli

Worst Voter Error Is Apathy toward Irregularities


What if there was election fraud and no one cared? Donna Britt makes a strong case that the people should patiently wait for all votes to be counted accurately and fairly.


A Legitimate Recount Effort in Ohio


The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy

The Freeman study really shouts to be read! Well worth it!

Stay informed!


Professor, Steven F. Freeman, PhD, writes about the statistical improbability of election outcomes in the swing states:

The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy

Still trying to recover
Washington State Dems file lawsuit:


Ashcroft says judges threaten national security by questioning Bush's UNCONSTITUTIONAL SCHEMES


Keep Ontario Parks Wild

For the Bugs and the Black Bears: Keep Ontario Parks Wild!

Glitch causes Franklin Co. recount


It appears that all the people who voted for a straight democrat ticket was erroneous because the vote went instead to the Libertarian candidate Michael Badnarik.

Informant: lynnzy

A Letter of Complaint Against George W. Bush and Dick Cheney

URL: http://theymustrepent.com/content/view/19/42/

In Conclusion

We, the undersigned, are also very much disturbed by President Bush's many references to the significance of Christian faith in the decisions that he has made as President of the United States. George W. Bush has called Jesus his "favorite philosopher", said that Jesus changed his life, and that his decisions are often guided by prayer. In fact, we feel that most of his actions as president have directly contradicted the philosophy of Jesus. Jesus said to feed, clothe, and shelter the "least of these", not to starve, strip, and bomb them.

Informant: Pale Horse

The Drugging of Our Children

From: Leonard Henderson

The Drugging of Our Children
By Gary Null

All of a sudden, it seems, millions of American children are said to be afflicted with mental illnesses. And they’re being put on strong medications—over periods of years—as treatment. Isn’t it time we stopped and looked at what the mental health establishment is getting us to do to our children?


Please forward widely

Are "Paid For" Christians Hypocrites in how they Vote?


Congressman Too Truthful


Useless Eaters, Get Vaccinated and Die


What really happened - Links


Media Lockdown-Actions


Ist Satelliten-Ortung illegal?

11.11.2004 04:51

Zähne ohne Sender - Ist Satelliten-Ortung illegal?

Die beiden Männer wussten, dass sie rund um die Uhr observiert wurden. Und auch den Peilsender des Bundeskriminalamts (BKA) an ihrem Auto hatten die Mitglieder der linksterroristischen Antiimperialistischen Zelle (AIZ) entdeckt und zerstört. Erst als das Amt dann 1995 zum neuesten Techniktrick griff, einen GPS-Sender zur satellitengestützten Standortbestimmung, konnten Michael St. und Bernhard F. überführt und wegen vierfachen Mordversuchs verurteilt werden. Observation, Telefon- und Videoüberwachung beim Bombenlegen wollte Bernhard F. noch hinnehmen, nicht aber GPS. Er klagte dagegen durch alle Instanzen - vergeblich. Seit gestern muss sich deshalb nun das Bundesverfassungsgericht (BVG) mit der Satelliten-Ortung via GPS beschäftigen.

Die gehört etwa in Oberklasseautos längst zum Standard und führt deren Lenker Straßenschild-los durch den Großstadtdschungel. Kombiniert mit einem Telefonchip werden sie derzeit in Lkw eingebaut für die Maut-Erfassung durch Tollcollect. Das hat seinen Grund - und der war auch 1995 beim Einsatz gegen die Terroristen entscheidend: Wie der Systemexperte Gert Trommer von der Uni Karlsruhe vor dem BVG sagte, konnte mit GPS die Position des Autos von Bernhard F. auf 100 bis 50 Meter genau bestimmt werden. Inzwischen liegt die Genauigkeit je nach Situation sogar bei bis zu 50 Zentimetern.

Welche Kontrollmöglichkeiten sich damit bieten, hat dem Berliner Beauftragten für Datenschutz, Hansjürgen Garstka, zufolge inzwischen auch die Bekleidungsindustrie entdeckt. Sie will Minisender in Kinderkleider einnähen, damit Eltern zu Hause auf dem vom Computer- oder TV-Monitor angezeigten elektronischen Stadtplan mit einem Blick sehen, wo die lieben Kleinen sind.

Das ist dann Privatsache, der GPS-Einsatz zur Ortung von Terroristen aber nicht. Für das Gericht wird die Entscheidung dem Vizepräsidenten Winfried Hassemer zufolge deshalb zu einer Gratwanderung. Es muss in der "explosiven Mischung" zwischen dem Grundrecht auf Privatheit und dem vom Gesetzgeber gewollten Eingriff in diese Rechte bei der Verfolgung schwerster Kriminalität einen Weg finden, der auch noch die technische Weiterentwicklung mit berücksichtigt.

Dieser sind freilich momentan physikalische Grenzen gesetzt. Experte Trommer verneinte etwa die Frage Hassemers, ob ihm persönlich oder anderen solch ein GPS-Gerät in die Zahnplombe verpflanzt werden könnte. Wegen der Wellenlänge der aus 20000 Kilometern Höhe kommenden GPS-Signale muss die Empfänger-Antenne mindestens zwei mal zwei Zentimeter groß bleiben, passt also in keinen noch so hohlen Zahn. Auch darf sie nicht von Haut überdeckt werden. Einem Menschen könne deshalb solch ein GPS-Gerät nicht unbemerkt angeheftet werden. Noch.

Nicht nur deshalb war Bernhard F. schon beim Bundesgerichtshof abgeblitzt. Sollten die Verfassungshüter den GPS-Einsatz jedoch ähnlich dem Großen Lauschangriff scharfen Regeln unterwerfen, würde nicht nur die Zahl der jährlich sechs bis zehn GPS-Oberservierungen durch das BKA gegen Null gehen. Vielmehr müsste der inzwischen zum Islam konvertierte Kläger dann womöglich auch aus der Haft entlassen werden, weil er ja nur wegen des GPS-Einsatzes überführt werden konnte. Jürgen Oeder, AFP


Nachricht von der BI Bad Dürkheim

A Letter To The People in The Red States


Florida e-vote conspiracy theories grow




Die, then vote. This is Falluja


America's Election Frauds

VoterGate Information

121 page PDF file
Recent collection
Excellent compilation 471K

Informant: Pale Horse

Trance-Formation of America


"Das Mobiltelefon am Ohr ist der Gau"

13.11.2004 00:00

"Das Mobiltelefon am Ohr ist der Gau"

Neues vom Großbettlinger Verein "Bürger-Info": Weiter "Gefahren von Handy & Co" - UMTS-Mast im Ort scheint abgewendet

GROSSBETTLINGEN. Täglich werden sie mehr: Mobilfunk- und DECT-Telefone, Hochspannungsleitungen, Mikrowellen, drahtlose Übertragungstechnik für den PC. Und mit ihnen wächst die Mikrowellenstrahlung, die von den Geräten ausgeht.


Geruchlos und unsichtbar umschwirren die Strahlen die Menschen rund um die Uhr, 24 Stunden am Tag. Welche Risiken die neue Technik birgt, vermag aber zur Zeit keiner abzuschätzen. Seit über sechs Jahren engagiert sich die Großbettlinger Initiative "Bürger-Info" für einen umsichtigen Umgang mit "Handy und Co". Und arbeitet seither zusammen mit Bürgermeister Martin Fritz daran, dass die Gemeinde sendemastfrei wurde und bleibt.

Omega welche Risiken die neue Technik birgt, vermag man sehr genau abzuschätzen. Siehe Krank durch Mobilfunk - Elektrosmog - Die Opfer unter: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/372620/

Am Donnerstagabend hatte der Verein zu einem Informations-Abend zu diesem Thema in die Zehntscheuer eingeladen. Und konnte dabei einmal mehr einen Erfolg vermelden. Erst wenige Wochen ist es her, dass "e-plus" als erster der Mobilfunkbetreiber in Großbettlingen bei Bürgermeister Fritz mit dem Wunsch nach einem Standort für die neue UMTS-Technik im Ort nachfragte.

"Sensible Bereiche meiden"

Wahlweise ein Standort nahe der Seniorenwohnanlage oder dem Kindergarten am Geigersbühl hatte das Unternehmen ins Auge gefasst. Jürgen Groschupp, Vorsitzender von Bürger-Info Großbettlingen und Vorstandsmitglied beim Dachverband Mobilfunk-Bürgerforum, hat die Anfrage fast den Atem verschlagen: "Immerhin gibt es eine freiwillige Selbstverpflichtung der Anbieter, in der sie öffentlich versprochen haben, sensible Bereiche wie Kindergärten zu meiden", erklärte er den über 60 Zuhörern in der Zehntscheuer.

Sauer aufgestoßen war Groschupp auch, dass die Mitarbeiter von e-plus zu dem Zeitpunkt schon längst im Dorf unterwegs gewesen seien, um einen privaten Vermieter für die Antenne zu finden, "bevor die Gemeinde überhaupt über die Standortsuche informiert wurde".

Mit Bürgermeister Fritz war sich der engagierte Großbettlinger sofort einig, "dass es so nicht geht". Wieder suchten Gemeinde und Verein zusammen die Verhandlung mit dem Mobilfunkbetreiber, boten gleich im ersten Gespräch einen Alternativstandort an, und wieder scheint die klare Haltung und das Zusammenstehen von Bürgern und Verwaltung Früchte zu tragen: Statt wenige Meter von den Wohnhäusern entfernt soll der neue Sender nun auf dem Waldrücken zwischen Raidwangen und Großbettlingen errichtet werden, 350 Meter von den ersten Wohngebäuden entfernt.

Omega wenn man bedenkt, dass die Naila-Studie als Ergebnis zeigt, dass der Anteil von neu aufgetretenen Krebsfällen bei Patienten, die während der letzten zehn Jahre in einem Abstand bis zu 400 Meter um eine seit 1993 betriebene Mobilfunksendeanlage gewohnt hatten, gegenüber weiter entfernt lebenden Patienten signifikant höher war und die Patienten in durchschnittlich jüngerem Alter erkrankt waren, kann man bei 350 m Entfernung der Antenne kaum von einer sicheren Entfernung sprechen. Die Lösung kann nicht sein, Antenne raus aus den Wohngebieten, sondern wir brauchen eine neue, unbedenklichere Mobilfunktechnik. Alles andere ist nur Augenwischerei. Siehe unter „Einfluss der räumlichen Nähe von Mobilfunksendeanlagen auf die Krebsinzidenz“ http://omega.twoday.net/stories/398292/ und „Antennen außerhalb von Wohngebieten?“ http://omega.twoday.net/stories/313665/

Ein entsprechender Vertragsabschluss mit dem Betreiber stehe unmittelbar bevor, so Groschupp. Längst ist die Strahlung von Mobilfunksendern nicht mehr allein das große Thema: Immer mehr Anfragen erhält der Großbettlinger auch zum Thema DECT-Telefone. Damit haben sich viele selbst zum Mobilfunkbetreiber gemacht, weiß auch der Fachmann für Umweltstress-Analytik, Norbert Honisch, der die Ortsgruppe Großbettlingen seit vielen Jahren mit seinem Wissen und seiner Erfahrung unterstützt.

"Studien lassen nichts Gutes ahnen"

Schnurloses Telefon, Wireless-LAN für die PC-Anlage: "Es gibt keine Kinderzimmer mehr, nur noch Technikzimmer", ist sein Eindruck. Eine Entwicklung, die der erfahrene Diplomingenieur mit Sorge beobachtet. Denn wie die hochfrequentige, bei Handy und Co zudem gepulste Strahlung auf den Menschen wirkt und welche Risiken sie birgt, darüber wisse die Wissenschaft bis dato wenig.

Omega die Wissenschaft weiß schon viel, wie bei Handy und Co gepulste Strahlung auf den Menschen wirkt und welche Risiken sie birgt. Siehe „Wissenschaft und Mobilfunk“ unter: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/293807

"Es wurde eine neue Technik in die Welt gesetzt, ohne die biologischen Auswirkungen zu kennen", so Honisch. Diverse Studien ließen zumindest nichts Gutes ahnen: "So wurde bei Ratten, die der gepulsten Mobilfunkstrahlung ausgesetzt wurden, eine Aufweichung der Blut-Hirn-Schranke festgestellt." Giftstoffe konnten so in das Gehirn eindringen.

"Bei der Bestrahlung von HL60-Zellen entdeckten die Forscher die Bildung von Mikrokernen im Zellmaterial. Die Schädigung von Erbsubstanz kann nicht mehr ausgeschlossen werden", ist sich Honisch sicher.

"Dorado für Mobilfunkbetreiber"

Telefoniert man oder hat den Laptop auf dem Schoß, setze man sich einer Belastung von fast 160 000 Mikro-Watt pro Quadratmeter aus: "Das Handy am Ohr ist der Gau", sagte der Experte, der den Zuhörern die Eigenschaften der verschiedenen Signale und Übertragungsarten erläuterte. Derzeit halten Wissenschaftler allenfalls eine Belastung von 100 Mikro-Watt pro Quadratmeter für halbwegs unbedenklich. "Bewegt hat sich bislang allerdings wenig. Wir haben hier ein Dorado für Mobilfunkbetreiber", sagt Groschupp. "Und das liegt nicht nur an den rein thermisch ausgerichteten Grenzwerten für Mobilfunksender." Für die mobilen Geräte existiere übrigens überhaupt keine Festsetzung. Es liege auch an Beschlüssen "wie der jüngst vollzogenen Änderung der Landesbauordnung in Baden-Württemberg, die den Betreibern Tür und Tor öffnete".

Omega die Belastung von 100 Mikro-Watt pro Quadratmeter ist nicht unbedenklich. Aus der Erfahrungsmedizin ist bekannt, dass viele Menschen inzwischen schon ab 10 Mikrowatt/m² erkranken. Im Februar 2002 wurde von der Landessanitätsdirektion Salzburg für Innenräume ein Wert von 1Mikrowatt/m² (0.02V/m) vorgeschlagen. Der Vorschlag basiert auf empirischen Erkenntnissen der letzten Jahre. Die Salzburger Vorsorgewerte liegen damit nur noch leicht über den baubiologischen Richtwerten und sehr deutlich unter den gültigen Grenzwerten der meisten Länder (Deutschland: 4,5 bzw. 9 Millionen Mikrowatt/Quadratmeter (41 resp 58V/m) für das D- und E-Netz). Weiter unter: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/302147/

"Die Menschen sensibilisieren"

Die Handhabe der Kommunen gegen die Errichtung von Sendemasten gehe derzeit gegen null. Dabei spiele auch Geld eine große Rolle. So habe allein Finanzminister Hans Eichel für die UMTS-Lizenzen Milliarden Euro kassiert.

Dabei zeigen Beispiele wie die Schweiz, dass Mobilfunk sich mit einem Bruchteil der Leistung betreiben lasse, wie es derzeit in Deutschland der Fall sei. Wichtiger denn je erscheint Groschupp es deshalb, "die Menschen sachlich zu informieren und zu sensibilisieren". Der Fachmann: "Wir wollen nicht polemisieren und auch nicht, dass Sie Ihr Handy wegschmeißen." Aber zum Nachdenken möchte Bürger-Info anregen: "Denn die Entscheidung, was Sie sich ins Haus holen, nimmt Ihnen keiner ab", so der Vorsitzende.

Omega siehe hierzu „Die Schweizer Grenzwerte - Eine Mogelpackung erster Güte“ unter: http://omega.twoday.net/stories/283430/

Rund 60 Zuhörer waren in die Zehntscheuer gekommen, um sich in Sachen Mobilfunk auf den neuesten Stand zu bringen, darunter auch BM Fritz (unser großes Bild zeigt leider nur einen Ausschnitt).

Kleines Foto: Norbert Honisch erklärt mit einer Glühbirne plastisch, welche Effekte gepulste Strahlung haben kann. Im Hintergrund: Jürgen Groschupp, Vorsitzender der Bürger-Info und Zweiter Vorsitzender im überregionalen Mobilfunk-Bürgerforum. zog


Chemtrail crisis: an overview and update


From the April 2001 Idaho Observer:

Chemtrail crisis: an overview and update

by Amy Worthington

It is no secret that America's military-industrial megalith is secretly altering the earth's atmosphere in frightening ways. Huge numbers of aircraft are now kept aloft to create "clouds" with ultra-tiny, ionized metallic particles. HAARP-generated microwave pulses are continually used to heat and agitate the ionosphere.

Synthetically manufactured chem-clouds desiccate the air and very effectively block the sun. The principles of this grotesque aerosol project are spelled out in a number of U.S patents. In 1974, persons associated with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) obtained patent US3813875 for using barium to create ion clouds in the upper atmosphere. In 1991, Hughes Aircraft Company obtained patent US5003186, a method for seeding the greenhouse gas layer with tiny particles which include "oxides of metal , e.g., aluminum oxide." The patent states that one proposed solution to global warming was "to add the tiny particles to the fuel of jet airliners, so that the particles would be emitted from the jet engine exhaust while the airliner was at its cruising altitude....."

The 1996 Air Force document titled, Weather as a Force Multiplier, declares, "In the United States, weather-modification will likely become a part of national security policy with both domestic and international applications. Our government will pursue such a policy...."

By 1998, this policy became rudely conspicuous. Blue skies have become a rarity. Demoralized citizens have become increasingly ill and angered, not only by the aerosol project itself, but by the arrogance of those who do whatever they please, the consequences be damned.

Intrepid chemtrail investigator Clifford Carnicom, despite having his life threatened and his phone continually tapped, has compiled data showing the atmosphere to be radically altered toward the alkaline. This indicates the abnormal presence of barium salts. Using spectroscopy and pH tests to prove his hypothesis, Carnicom warned that his findings have "major implications for both the chemistry and biology of the nation and the globe."

Carnicom also shrewdly discovered that, in 1997, U.S. officials altered national visibility standards, indicating anticipation of an aircraft aerosol operation to be conducted over large geographic regions. The old visibility standard of 40 miles has been reduced to 10 miles. And climatic archive data shows that visibility BELOW 10 miles is now a regular occurrence, in major contrast to the norm only four years ago.

In January CBS News reported on bizarre geo-engineering experiments proposed for global warming reduction. The report confirmed that one of the methods advocated by physicist Edward Teller is to fill the atmosphere with metallic particles to "scatter away 1 or 2 percent of the sunlight...the sooner the better."

Last December, a Canadian citizen complaining to his local air authority about sky-muck over Victoria, British Columbia, was told by that authority that the chemtrail formations were the result of a joint U.S. and Canadian military exercise. His explanation was caught on audio tape and played for radio listeners all over the Western Hemisphere. (We have not yet heard whether this uniquely candid official has been boiled in oil). Also recently, an FAA official confirmed in a taped interview with freelance radio reporter S.T. Brendt that he was told on four occasions in March to re-route commercial air traffic to accommodate a huge military aerial operation over the northeastern seaboard.

Radio talk show host Whitley Strieber recently carried on his website an unconfirmed report that a group of former military officers used a private jet to obtain a sample of aerosol material being emitted by a military cargo aircraft. Laboratory tests on that sample reportedly confirmed that the effluent contained both aluminum and barium.

Unfortunately, aluminum and barium are toxic to humans. Hapless populations sprayed continually with these substances are bound to exhibit symptoms of neurological damage and chronic illness. The toxic effects of barium are confirmed by a 1992 Department of Health and Human Services publication. It states that barium can cause breathing difficulties, increased blood pressure, changes in heart rhythm, stomach irritation, muscles weakness, swelling of the brain, as well as damage to the liver, kidney, heart and spleen. Barium was reportedly used by the U.S. as a weapon in the Gulf War to make the enemy weak and ill.

Aluminum is toxic to the nervous system and deleterious to the brain. Its effects on human health were recently illustrated when Canadians in Espanola, Ontario, reported mass illness after low-flying U.S. jets staffed their town with condensation trails containing aluminum coated fibers (chaff). Investigators found area rainwater contained seven times the allowable limit for aluminum exposure, as people complained of neck pain, breathing problems, headaches, burning eyes and dry coughs.

While the military "bombs" populated areas with microscopic pollution particles, the Environmental Protection Agency warns of health dangers from breathing such particles. Just last year, the EPA cited major studies which found that even moderate air pollution can trigger sudden death by changing heart rhythm in people with existing cardiac problems. "For air pollution to have such a substantial impact on public health and have it show up consistently is remarkable," said an EPA official quoted by the Los Angeles Times. While EPA wags its finger at industrial pollution, it consistently denies any knowledge of chemtrail pollution, despite the agency's furtive monitoring of chemtrail web sites where photographic reports of such pollution is constantly updated.

For over two years Congress has been deluged with public complaints about chemtrails and the illness that invariably accompanies heavy spray campaigns. Thus far, congressional reps answer angry inquiries with canned recitations that chemtrails are nothing but contrails that form when hot jet exhaust mixes with atmospheric air of low vapor pressure and temperature. These Con-cowards also invariably report that NOAA, the Air Force and the Department of Health and Human Services deny knowledge and responsibility for unusual aerosol activity. Such official prevarication only adds to public frustration and mistrust. And it certainly confirms widespread suspicion that government officials are lying whenever they move their mouths.

All of this is the "good" news. Next month, we will examine evidence of an even more sinister component of the international aerosol campaign -- that of non-consensual and very dangerous BIOLOGICAL testing now being conducted on the public at large.

US5003186: "Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming"

Inventor(s): Chang; David B. , Tustin, CA
Shih; I-Fu , Los Alamitos, CA

Applicant(s): Hughes Aircraft Company, Los Angeles, CA
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Issued/Filed Dates: March 26, 1991 / April 23, 1990

Application Number: US1990000513145

IPC Class: G21K 1/00;

Class: Current: 250/505.1; 244/158.R; 250/503.1; 250/504.R;
Original: 250/505.1; 250/504.R; 250/503.1; 244/158.R;

Field of Search: 250/505.1,504 R,503.1,493.1 244/136,158 R

A method is described for reducing atmospheric or global warming resulting from the presence of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere, i.e., from the greenhouse effect. Such gases are relatively transparent to sunshine, but absorb strongly the long-wavelength infrared radiation released by the earth. The method incudes the step of seeding the layer of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere with particles of materials characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity. Such materials include Welsbach materials and the oxides of metals which have high emissivity (and thus low reflectivities) in the visible and 8-12 micron infrared wavelength regions.

Attorney, Agent, or Firm: Sales; Michael W.; Denson-Low; Wanda; Primary/Assistant Examiners:
Berman; Jack I.;

U.S. References: Show the 2 patents that reference this one Patent Issued Inventor(s) Applicant(s) Title
US3222675* 12 /1965 Schwartz
US4755673 7 /1988 Pollack et al. Hughes Aircraft Company Selective thermal radiators
* some details unavailable

First Claim: Show all 18 claims
What is claimed is:
1. A method of reducing atmospheric warming due to the greenhouse effect resulting from a layer of gases in the atmosphere which absorb strongly near infrared wavelength radiation, comprising the step of dispersing tiny particles of a material within the gases' layer, the particle material characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity or reflectivity, in that said material has high emissivities with respect to radiation in the visible and far infrared wavelength spectra, and low emissivity in the near infrared wavelength spectrum, whereby said tiny particles provide a means for converting infrared heat energy into far infrared radiation which is radiated into space.

US Patent #3,899,144 (powder contrail generator issued to the = US Navy: http://tinyurl.com/4tk6v

Informant: Harry Mobley

Presidential Candidates To Demand Ohio Recount

Nader takes on New Hampshire, Cobb & Badnarik take on Ohio, and Bev Harris/BBV take on Florida....Pass it on... Peace, Danny

Presidential Candidates To Demand Ohio Recount

David Cobb and Michael Badnarik, the 2004 Green and Libertarian presidential candidates, today announced their joint intent to secure a recount of presidential ballots cast in Ohio. "Due to widespread reports of irregularities in Ohio's voting process, we are compelled to demand a recount of the Ohio presidential vote," the two candidates said in a joint statement. "Voting is at the heart of the American political process and its integrity must be preserved. When Americans stand in line for hours to exercise their right to vote, they need to know that their votes will be counted fairly and accurately. We are acting to protect the rights of the people of Ohio, and the rights of all Americans. Public trust in the democratic process is at stake."

The candidates also demanded that Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell, a Republican who chaired the Ohio Bush campaign, recuse himself from the recount process.

Ohio's election proceedings were marred by numerous press and independent reports of voter intimidation, mis-marked and discarded ballots, problems with electronic voting machines and disenfranchisement -- apparently by design -- of African-American voters. A number of citizen and voting rights organizations will hold hearings this Saturday in Columbus, Ohio to give an airing to, and investigate, these claims.


Daniel P. Welch

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They might have conceded - but we haven't conceded our right to have our votes count - and to have every voter's voice heard.


PUBLIC HEARINGS in Columbus, Ohio this Saturday and Monday

Saturday, November 13th, 1-4pm
New Faith Baptist Church
955 Oak Street
Columbus, OH 43205

The Columbus League of Pissed Off Voters is organizing public hearings to investigate voting irregularities and voter suppression. These hearings will be held in Ohio this Saturday to address widespread reports of electoral fraud during last Tuesday's elections.

These hearings are unprecedented, as they allow citizens from around the state to recount their experiences on public record and will expose the systemic undermining of our democratic process that occurred leading up to November 2nd. Experts on voting rights, voting technology, election protection and electoral reform will also present testimony. The closing discussion will include specific proposals for electoral reforms in the state of Ohio.

Co-organizers include: Citizens Alliance for Secure Elections (CASE-OH), Free Press, This Time We're Watching, and People for the American Way Foundation - a leading member of the Election Protection Coalition. For a complete list of supporters and endorsers, check out:



Help support the League in keeping the light shining on Ohio. We need your help to keep the pressure on!

Check out your local Pacifica station for coverage of the hearings - http://www.pacifica.org.

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