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2004

EMF-Omega-News 26. December 2004

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Caused by EMF?
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450192/

Verum Reflex Presentation
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446305/

Mobile Phone Radiation Harms DNA
//omega.twoday.net/stories/448736/

Reports on the Biological effects of Mobile Phones and Base Stations - link to Alzheimer's disease
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450907/

20-YEAR STUDY PROVES THERE IS LINK BETWEEN MOBILES AND CANCER RISK OF DEADLY TUMOURS
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450911/

WHO continues to encourage the active participation of interested stakeholders in these processes
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452290/

Now mobile phone masts can be built right next to schools
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446951/

Jose Carreras contra la leucemia
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450561/

Richard Branson stopped all Virgin Mobile Phone stores from selling mobile phones to under 16 year old children
//omega.twoday.net/stories/451229/

WHO and Public Health Officials Stand in the Way
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452787/

U.S. passport privacy: Over and out?
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452503/

Barium Poisoning Study
//omega.twoday.net/stories/447319/

Omega-News Collection 17. December 2004
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445297/

Omega-News Collection 26. December 2004
//omega.twoday.net/stories/453010/

Omega-News Collection 26. December 2004

Climate Wise - Fight Global Warming with Your Knife and Fork
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445699/

No doubt Earth's ice is melting
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445774/

Shrinking glaciers evidence of global warming
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445771/

Nuclear Ecocide in Indian Country: Western Shoshone Most Bombed Nation in the World
//omega.twoday.net/stories/448989/

Chief Seattle's 1854 Address to President Franklin Pierce
//omega.twoday.net/stories/448947/

Forecasters face losing key tools
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445721/

Climate Change: Who Will Pay the Price?
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445745/

St. Helens: Eruption Continues With 4 New Quakes
//omega.twoday.net/stories/445802/

An AIDS vaccine in a breakfast cereal?
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446089/

Rocketing rise of behaviour-controlling drug
//omega.twoday.net/stories/451992/

FDA admits that antidepressant drugs double risk of suicides, violent behavior in children
//omega.twoday.net/stories/451998/

Push it to the kids
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452003/

The Birds Are Falling: Avian losses could hit ecosystems hard
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446222/

THOUSANDS OF WILD HORSES TO BE SLAUGHTERED (Update)
//omega.twoday.net/stories/426383/

The U.S. Role in the Destruction of the Sierra Madre Mountains
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446954/

Logging Fears as Bush Eases Forestry Laws
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452307/

US free press faces tough challenge
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446051/

The Attack on Science
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450582/

Shock, awe and the human body
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450005/

America locked up: 'Thinking About Crime'
//omega.twoday.net/stories/449996/

Rampant Insider Selling Raises Red Flags
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450095/

Party leaders humiliated by ID card revolt
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450296/

Hundreds of thousands of government documents are destroyed in the great Freedom of Information Act scandal
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450743/

Forgotten Wars November & December 2004
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450317/

New Papers Suggest Detainee Abuse Was Widespread
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450809/

Vote USA 2004
//omega.twoday.net/topics/Vote+USA+2004/

Iraq War
//omega.twoday.net/topics/Irak-Krieg/

Verum Reflex Presentation
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446305/

Mobile Phone Radiation Harms DNA
//omega.twoday.net/stories/448736/

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Caused by EMF?
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450192/

Reports on the Biological effects of Mobile Phones and Base Stations - link to Alzheimer's disease
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450907/

20-YEAR STUDY PROVES THERE IS LINK BETWEEN MOBILES AND CANCER RISK OF DEADLY TUMOURS
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450911/

WHO continues to encourage the active participation of interested stakeholders in these processes
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452290/

Now mobile phone masts can be built right next to schools
//omega.twoday.net/stories/446951/

Jose Carreras contra la leucemia
//omega.twoday.net/stories/450561/

Richard Branson stopped all Virgin Mobile Phone stores from selling mobile phones to under 16 year old children
//omega.twoday.net/stories/451229/

WHO and Public Health Officials Stand in the Way
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452787/

U.S. passport privacy: Over and out?
//omega.twoday.net/stories/452503/

Barium Poisoning Study
//omega.twoday.net/stories/447319/

Psychiatric Totalitarianism

An effective way for government to control its subjects is to be able to declare anyone insane on the say-so of a government doctor, and then have the power to kill, imprison, or drug the subject. That was a common practice in the old Soviet Union, and it is already being done on a small scale in the USA. But now legislation passed by Congress is leading the way to implement this on a grand scale, enabling the US government to have psychiatric totalitarian control over all residents. This is what eventually comes from the belief that constitutions do not matter. Many conservatives, liberals, progressives, socialists, radicals, reactionaries, and populists don't believe in having a constitution, because it gets in the way of the policies they favor. Now the US constitution is disrespected by everyone except a few libertarians and geoists, so anything goes, including psychiatric tyranny.

According to a commentary by Jarret Wollstein on 'Universal Forced Mental Health Tests,' legislation is already pending in Congress to eventually require every person in the USA to submit to psychological screens for mental health. Those who test as psychologically deficient will be forced to take corrective drugs.

//www.progress.org/2004/fold382.htm


From:
Aftermath News Top Stories
December 26th, 2004

Who Believe A Police State Can't Happen Here Are Poor Students Of History

Congressman Ron Paul: Those Who Believe A Police State Can't Happen Here Are Poor Students Of History

It Can't Happen Here

In 2002 I asked my House colleagues a rhetorical question with regard to the onslaught of government growth in the post-September 11th era: Is America becoming a police state? The question is no longer rhetorical. We are not yet living in a total police state, but it is fast approaching. The seeds of future tyranny have been sown, and many of our basic protections against government have been undermined. The atmosphere since 2001 has permitted Congress to create whole new departments and agencies that purport to make us safer- always at the expense of our liberty. But security and liberty go hand-in-hand. Members of Congress, like too many Americans, don?t understand that a society with no constraints on its government cannot be secure. History proves that societies crumble when their governments become more powerful than the people and private institutions.

Unfortunately, the new intelligence bill passed by Congress two weeks ago moves us closer to an encroaching police state by imposing the precursor to a full-fledged national ID card. Within two years, every American will need a "conforming" ID to deal with any federal agency-- including TSA at the airport.

//www.freepressinternational.com/ronpaul_12202004_police_state_81726340jt543.html


From:
Aftermath News Top Stories
December 26th, 2004

Women seek more protection from abusive airport screeners

Zoe Koplowitz calls the Transportation Security Administration's new guidelines for airport searches of women "baby steps" in the right direction. Koplowitz is one of dozens of women to complain about the searches. In September, Koplowitz, a middle-aged New Yorker with multiple sclerosis, was singled out for a pat-down all over her body in Kansas City. She says she felt "violated." Attorney Norman Siegel, who has collected many of the women's complaints, says it's a common reaction. He'll be meeting next week with officials of the T-S-A, which now tells screeners to keep their hands away from women's breasts unless something sets off an alarm.

Siegel says close searches without cause are illegal.

//www.lex18.com/Global/story.asp?S=2732560


Breasts out of bounds in air security checks

AIRPORT security staff in the US were ordered yesterday to avoid touching women passengers between their breasts when searching for weapons. Many women had complained that a new “patdown method”, introduced in September after two Chechen women were blamed for blowing up flights in Russia, killing 90 people, was too intrusive. Airport screeners will revert to checking around the “chest perimeter” unless the passenger sets off an explosives alarm. This can include checks under the bra but not hand searches between the breasts. “We’ve made it more of a perimeter patdown, but we’re still getting the security value,” Mark Hatfield, director of communications at the Transportation Security Administration, said.

Between 400 and 500 women had lodged formal complaints that they were touched inappropriately after being randomly selected or setting off metal detectors, he said.

//www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,3-1414661,00.html


Airport searches of women's chests revamped

Airport security screeners this week will be instructed not to touch women passengers between their breasts as part of new pat-down procedures, the Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday. The agency said it is making a modification to its searching methods that began in September after more than 400 passengers, mostly women, formally complained that the experience was invasive, humiliating and akin to being molested.
Screeners had been instructed to use their hands to touch women between and underneath their breasts to inspect for explosives that might be hidden beneath clothing.

Now, the agency said, security screeners will be directed to pat down only the "chest perimeter" of female passengers and not to touch women between their breasts unless they set off a hand-held metal detector in the chest area. Female screeners perform the procedure on female passengers.

//www.azcentral.com/news/articles/1223security23.html


From:
Aftermath News Top Stories
December 26th, 2004

TASERs, Torture and Death in the Police State

“TASERs, Torture and Death in the Police State,” or “It’s All About the Money”

They have been used against unruly schoolchildren, mentally disturbed patients, intoxicated individuals; unarmed suspects in misdemeanor crimes and people who simply fail to comply immediately with a “command."

Bernard Kerik, President Bush's first choice to lead the Homeland Security Department, exercised stock options of $6.2 million he received from Taser International, which sold stun guns to the department - and seeks more business with it. It’s all about the money. Maybe the rush to get the newest technology on the streets is outpacing the ability of public officials to put in place the safeguards necessary to protect the public. Maybe it’s all about the money. The public, who is paying for these items, is being told that TASERs will be used as a safe, non-lethal alternative to guns. But in reality, they are being used in situations where police would never use lethal force. In fact, according to Amnesty International, the data shows that TASERs are used on unarmed suspects in 80% of the cases, including verbal non-compliance (36%), and only 3% of the time in cases involving potential “deadly assault". Their report details 74 TASER-related deaths that have occurred in the United States and Canada since June 2001. Amnesty International USA will also release information documenting more than 80 TASER-related deaths since 1999. More shocking is the fact that more than 60 percent of these deaths have happened in the last year, from November 2003 to November 2004.

TASERs have become the most prevalent enforcement tool in some departments. They have been used against unruly schoolchildren, mentally disturbed patients, intoxicated individuals; unarmed suspects in misdemeanor crimes and people who simply fail to comply immediately with a “command."

//www.sierratimes.com/04/12/22/tarsikes12222004.htm


Taser stands by stock options given to Kerik

Taser International Inc. officials Wednesday defended the stock options granted to board of directors member Bernard Kerik, whose rise and fall were meteoric following his nomination by President Bush as head of the Department of Homeland Security. Kerik later withdrew his name from consideration for the post, saying that a woman who had worked for him as a nanny may have been an illegal immigrant. But the fact that Kerik cashed in more than $5.8 million as the result of his Nov. 11 sale of Taser stock also raised eyebrows.

"Mr. Kerik joined the Board of Directors in May 2002 and was granted a standard board package of stock options and cash compensation for new directors. His subsequent stock option grants were similar to other outside board members. The grant of his stock options and his stock option exercises and subsequent stock sales have complied with all SEC regulations and NASDAQ requirements," said Phillips W. Smith, Taser's chairman of the board.

//phoenix.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2004/12/20/daily32.html


From:
Aftermath News Top Stories
December 26th, 2004

Election Fraud Special Report

//election.solarbus.org/


Informant: Shanti Renfrew

WHO and Public Health Officials Stand in the Way

//twoday.net/static/omega/files/who%20and%20public%20health%20officials%20stand%20in%20the%20way.htm

Immer mehr Verbraucher lehnen Gen-Food ab

Umfrage: Immer mehr Verbraucher lehnen Gen-Food ab

Gentechnisch veränderte Lebensmittel werden einer Umfrage zufolge von immer mehr Bundesbürgern abgelehnt. 44 Prozent wollen solche Produkte "unter keinen Umständen" konsumieren, ergab eine Studie des Marktforschers GfK. Vor drei Jahren lag der Anteil der Gegner erst bei knapp einem Drittel.

//www.sonnenseite.com/fp/archiv/Akt-News/5763.php

Erde altert in rasantem Tempo

In rasantem und längst nicht mehr natürlichem Tempo sieht der Greifswalder Ökologie-Professor Michael Succow, Träger des Alternativen Nobelpreises, die Erde altern. Sie verliere durch Bodenzerstörung und Vernichtung ihres natürlichen Pflanzenkleides zunehmend "ihre Haut" und damit ihr wichtigstes Regulativ. Deshalb fordert Succow zum Haushalten für den Erhalt der Natur auf.

//www.sonnenseite.com/fp/archiv/Akt-News/5767.php
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