Chemtrails or Contrails


Mercury - EMF Correlation


America is over: $4 a gallon


Informant: Hopedance

Horror Of US Depleted Uranium In Iraq Threatens World


Informant: Carol Wolman

Mast protesters stage soccer ground clash

Here is one we helped to get rid of! I only heard today that the council refused permission after careful consideration i.e. two press releases from Mast Sanity and several blunt letters to the council and landlord! More to do here though as they have 7 masts and one TETRA up and running!


Yorshire Evening Post (Leeds)

Mast protesters stage soccer ground clash

By Bruce Smith

A CROWD of amateur soccer fans was confronted by demonstrators protesting over plans for a new mast for police mobile phones at a Leeds football club.

When Yorkshire Amateur FC played the final match of the season against Carlton FC at their Bracken Edge ground at Leeds, demonstrators backed by the national campaign group, Mast Sanity, turned out in force to protest at the plan for the 25-metre high Tetra mast.

Waving banners and shouting: "No More Masts," the demonstrators received a mixed response, including beeps of support from drivers, said local residents spokeswoman Jill Harland.

Residents believe the mast, which if approved would have nine antennae, could be a threat to the health of residents and in particular children. The mast is to be installed by Airwave 02 to provide the new police service communications system.

Mast Sanity claims it is being left to ordinary people, like the residents of Bracken Edge and the Roxholmes in Chapel Allerton, to protect their communities as best they can from masts. It has urged the Government to act on the Stewart Report, which highlighted the vulnerability of children to emissions from masts. Before the protest a spokeswoman, said: "If Yorkshire Amateur CFC want to build up support they'd be well advised to listen to what the community is telling them and refuse this Tetra mast."

"We want the football club to stop playing games with our health," said Ms Harland. "The score is already in the opposition's favour, but there comes a time when health is more important than wealth."

If approved, the new Tetra mast will be the ninth such installation locally. "There is mounting evidence of ill health among communities living near masts," says Mast Sanity health and safety adviser Yasmin Skelt. "We need urgent action to control the number of masts."

Residents claim the backing of the Labour parliamentary candidate for the Leeds North East seat, Fabian Hamilton. Other candidates are: Jonathan Brown for the Lib Dems, Celia Foote for the Alliance for Green Socialism, and Matthew Lobley for the Conservatives.


03 May 2005


US corporations routinely bribe politicians and manipulate policy


The Right's Bitter Pill

by Carole Joffe, TomPaine.com

In deciding to attack contraception, the religious right is taking on nearly all American women.


What Didn't Happen In Ohio

by Russ Baker, TomPaine.com

Two new studies cast further doubt on the theories alleging fraud in the 2004 presidential election's exit poll results.


Stop Canada's Cruel and Senseless Seal Hunt

ActForChange and Working Assets are proud to bring you an urgent alert from CARE2, the largest online network for people who Care2 make a difference. This urgent action calls on the Canadian government to end the cruel and senseless seal hunt, the largest deliberate slaughter of marine mammals in the world.

I urge you to take action below in support of ending this tragic hunt. Together, we are making a difference.

Jennifer Willis
Director, ActForChange.com

Stop Canada's Cruel and Senseless Seal Hunt!

Nearly 1 million baby seals will be clubbed or shot to death in Canada in just three years. Shockingly, the hunt is subsidized by the Canadian government!

Click here to take action!

Every winter, Northwest Atlantic harp seals migrate to Eastern Canada to give birth and mate. Following their birth in late winter, mothers leave in search of mates, while the pups remain helpless and vulnerable on the ice until they can swim and catch their own food. It's during this time when they are most vulnerable that they are mercilessly slaughtered for their pelts!

Hunters armed with clubs and rifles will bludgeon to death hundreds of thousands of baby harp seals. About 96% of the seals killed will be less than three months old and more than 40% may be skinned alive!

Canada's seal hunt is the largest deliberate slaughter of marine mammals in the world. But the killing of baby seals doesn't make sense economically or ecologically, nor is it sustainable. It's simply a tragic slaughter of defenseless animals that benefits a small minority of boat captains armed with big ships, snowmobiles and even personal helicopters. This isn't about small town survival or tradition, it's an industrial killing machine for profit.

But Canada wants the media and public to believe that no one cares about the innocent blood spilled each year across the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This year's hunt will continue until the industry reaches its quota of 319,500 seals. That's why we must raise a public outcry.

Please tell the Canadian government that you do care and that this practice is unacceptable. We must show the Canadian Parliament that the rest of the world will no longer stand for this cruel and senseless hunt!

Click here to take action!

Please forward this newsletter to your friends and help spread the word about this important campaign!

Bush and Blair decided Iraq war before they fabricated legal justification


UK election fraud, vote-rigging, intimidation and corruption


US military court throws out Iraq war crimes case


Bye-bye Bush Doctrine: it's back to deterrence

Let us cease propping up unpopular regimes in the Middle East and remove our huge military presence. If we are no longer over there, they have no reason to come over here.


From Information Clearing House

Nuclear double standards

States wishing to retain their enrichment and reprocessing capacity while denying facilities to others must ask themselves how serious they are about the need to prevent proliferation.


From Information Clearing House

The British Labour Party isn't an option

In two days time the British people are going to elect a war criminal to be their prime minister for another five years. Not only is Blair a war criminal who initiated an illegal war, but, the man is a compulsive liar who has surrounded himself with morally degenerate advisers and obedient servants.


Did Your MP Vote for War?:

This list reflects how MPs voted. "Yes" means pro-war, "No" means anti-war. If an MP is not listed, they didn't vote - some abstained.

No vote for a criminal :

I know the ancient lore about people never voting against their own interests, but in whose interest is it to give a warmonger a third term?


From Information Clearing House

Our Loss Was Our Gain in Vietnam

Sometimes it is better to lose.

US War Crimes and the Legal Case for Military Resistance

American commanders promote a widespread misconception that, once American youth sign an enlistment contract, they are obligated to participate in any kind of war, whether it is based on fraud or truth.


U.S. policy fosters abuse

The policy, which remains unchanged despite last year's revelations, basically gives the American military a free hand in dealing with prisoners or detainees it considers potential terrorists. Terrorism, in this view, changes all the rules.


Italy minister calls U.S. version of Iraq killing "a lie"

A U.S. account of how its soldiers killed an Italian agent in Iraq was "clearly a lie", an Italian minister was quoted as saying on Wednesday, further stoking tensions between Rome and Washington over the shooting.


From Information Clearing House

Insurgents Using U.S. Techniques

In 1965, the U.S. Army published a detailed manual on how to build and hide booby traps, complete with detailed diagrams illustrating various means of wiring detonators to explosives, and advising on the best locations for concealing the deadly bombs along roadways and elsewhere. Two decades later, the Iraqi military issued its troops an Arabic version of the same manual.




From ICIS-Institute for Cooperation in Space

Impeachment Time: "The intelligence and facts were being fixed"


Greg Palast's story Impeachment Time: "Facts Were Fixed." and the Downing Street Memo, http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2087-1593607,00.html -

The Bush deception has cost over a hundred thousand lives (according to peer reviewed article in "The Lancet"), $300Bn, and the remnants of this nation's international credibility. The US is ideologically isolated at a key moment in history.

Indeed, Iraq is another Vietnam, and is taking our eyes away from other critical news: peak oil, global warming, species extinction, etc. There was never the time for this distraction, as will become clear over the next few years. To allow the Bush deception to go unpunished should be unthinkable. Heads should roll.

Informant: Russ Ferriday

Kyoto And Beyond

The People's Ratification of the Kyoto Global Warming Treaty is a nationwide petition drive spearheaded by the Climate Crisis Coalition, which includes a broad coalition of environmental, religious, and human rights organizations. Rainforest Action Network joins Ross Gelbspan http://www.grist.org/comments/soapbox/2005/02/16/gelbspan/, climate prophet and author of The Heat is On and Boiling Point, and other climate protection advocates calling on the United States' immediate ratification of the Kyoto Protocol and subsequent reductions in greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent.

Stand up and be counted!
Click here to sign the online petition


Sister Dorothy Stang Remembered

On Saturday, February 12, Sister Dorothy Stang, a 73 year-old American nun who had lived for more than 30 years in the Amazon rainforest, was assassinated. Dorothy had dedicated nearly half of her life to giving a voice to rural communities working for land rights and sustainable development in the Amazon rainforests.

Because of her advocacy, she often received death threats from unruly landgrabbers throughout the state of Para, an area plagued with violence resulting from ongoing land disputes and illegal logging.

Amidst international outcry over this tragedy, Brazil's President Lula da Silva recently ordered the creation of two massive new rainforest reserves http://www.ran.org/news/newsitem.php?id=1336&area=home totaling more than 9 million acres in the state of Para.

Click here
http://action.ran.org/action/index.asp?step=2&item=24499&ms=Feb05 to send a letter to the Sisters of Notre Dame Namur in Brazil acknowledging Sister Dorothy Stang's dedication and life's work advocating for sustainable development and protection of Brazil's tropical rainforests and their inhabitants.

Tell Wild Oats to drop Weyerhaeuser

Take Action Today

Tell Wild Oats to drop Weyerhaeuser

Wild Oats, an environmentally-minded grocery store with nearly 100 locations throughout North America, uses paper bags from Weyerhaeuser, the number one destroyer of endangered forests in North America. Wild Oats should not be affiliated with a corporation that is notorious for logging national and old growth forests, destroying the habitat of endangered species such as the northern spotted owl and woodland caribou, and converting native forests into tree plantations.

Click here to send a message to the Wild Oats CEO Perry Odak, asking him to cancel the company's business with Weyerhaeuser.

Weyerhaeuser Wastelands: Forest Destruction caused by Weyerhaeuser, the number one Destroyer of endangered Forests in North America

Seattle Photo Exhibit Showcases Weyerhaeuser Wastelands

Seattle residents this month can visit "Wastelands"
http://www.ran.org/news/newsitem.php?id=1317&area=newsroom a month-long photo exhibit sponsored by Rainforest Action Network featuring larger-than-life images of forest destruction caused by Weyerhaeuser, the number one destroyer of endangered forests in North America. Renowned photographers Francis Eatherington http://www.umpqua-watersheds.org/index.html,
Scott Harding http://www.scotthardingphoto.com/index.html and Garth Lenz http://www.garthlenz.com, known best for their awe-inspiring images of natural beauty, turned their lenses to capture the unimaginable wastelands left in the wake of Weyerhaeuser clearcuts. Click here for to view the online Weyerhaeuser hall of shame http://www.ran.org/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=12 .

JP Morgan Chase and BlueLinx linked to illegal logging of endangered forests and resulting humanitarian crisis

Investigation Finds "IMD" In Indonesia

JP Morgan Chase and BlueLinx linked to illegal logging of endangered forests and resulting humanitarian crisis.


Ongoing investigations by Rainforest Action Network and Greenpeace confirmed that BlueLinx, America's largest building products distributor, is smuggling legally disputed, undocumented timber out of Indonesia's critically endangered rainforests and flooding the U.S. marketplace with artificially cheap lauan plywood. Bluelinx is funded by JP Morgan Chase, a US-based bank that has built its financial empire on making Investments of Mass Destruction.

An "IMD of the Month" case study published on DirtyMoney.org http://www.dirtymoney.org/studies/jpmc-bluelinx.php details the trafficking of undocumented wood by current BlueLinx suppliers throughout Indonesia.

Illegal logging throughout Indonesia continues to cause widespread devastation to the region's tropical rainforests and neighboring communities. Indonesian Ministry of Forestry reports that 43 million hectares of the country's forests have been damaged or destroyed over the last several decades due to illegal logging, with the average annual deforestation rate estimated at more than 2.8 million hectares (7 million acres) since 1998. These forests are some of the most biodiverse on Earth, and are home to a variety of threatened and endangered species, including the rare Indonesian orangutan. In addition, illegal logging has been blamed for massive flooding and landslides throughout Indonesia.

The ongoing devastation has been well-documented by the Indonesian Ministry of Forests, Yale School of forestry, Environmental investigation Agency, and Business Week Magazine.

RAN is calling on JP Morgan Chase and BlueLinx to immediately comply with a voluntary corporate embargo of Indonesian forest products already in place by Centex Corporation, International Paper and Lanoga Corporation.

Take Action Today

Click here to visit our online action center and send an email to JP Morgan Chase CEO William Harrison and Bluelinx CEO Charles McElrea telling them to stop fueling illegal logging in Indonesia.


Thin ice

You'd think that crossing the Arctic would be less dangerous in the summer. But in fact, thin ice and a warming climate make it far more treacherous.

On 13 May, explorers Lonnie Dupre and Eric Larsen will leave on a four-month unsupported expedition across the Arctic Ocean. Enduring shifting sea ice, these explorers will attempt one of the toughest feats in history. This journey however, is more than a story about heroism and adventure. Using skis and canoes, the team will cross the ice from Cape Arctichesky, Siberia, through the North Pole and onto Ellesmere Island, Canada, to document the impacts of global warming and highlight the threat it presents -- not only to the region, but to our entire planet.

While you may not be able to join Lonnie and Eric, you can still do your part to stop global warming. Watch for global action alerts at Greenpeace USA's website covering the expedition.

You can also tell us your personal story on things you have done to fight global warming.

Watch for global action alerts

Turkish peace camp: Incirlik peace embassy

Did you know that of the approximately 2000 nuclear weapons ready for use in the world today, nearly 500 of them are stored on air bases in Europe ( Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Turkey, Italy and the UK)? The weapons in Europe belong to the United States and Greenpeace is targeting them as part of its global campaign to abolish nuclear weapons.

The campaign started two weeks ago in Belgium and is moving to Turkey on 16 May when we will open a Peace Embassy outside Incirlik airbase where 90 of these nuclear weapons stored.

Incirlik peace embassy

Bombspotting: Eyes of Mass Inspection

Years in prison for peacefully protesting against the war in Iraq?

On the 10 of May 2005, five Greenpeace activists go on trial in Spain for peacefully protesting against the war in Iraq.

If you believe in the free speech, and opposed the war in Iraq, we need your help.

Show your solidarity with the Greenpeace activists

For more information


We have known the efforts the Associations of Neighbors of Madrid and Alcala de Henares to defend the interests of the affected ones by electromagnetic contamination and concretely by the antennas of mobile telephony and for that reason we congratulated to you. One finishes sending note to us of press of the Association of Neighbors of Alcala de Henares and we want to make some detailing. The Council of Health and Consumption of the Community of Madrid seems to not know its strict competitions in the matter of health within the Community and prefers to take refuge in the trusteeship of the State Administration, thus to dilute its own responsibilities in the matter. It sends to the associations of Neighbors a letter in which indicates that they have gone to the Minister of Health sending a letter, of whose content advances some paragraph. We cannot be removed two questions: * A priori negation of the evidences. * Tactics of resisted delay. We followed in attached file. Health, AVECORN


We have known the efforts the Associations of Neighbors of Madrid and Alcala de Henares to defend the interests of the affected ones by electromagnetic contamination and concretely by the antennas of mobile telephony and for that reason we congratulated to them. One finishes sending note to us of press of the Association of Neighbors of Alcala de Henares and we want to make some detailing. The Council of Health and Consumption of the Community of Madrid seems to not know its strict competitions in the matter of health within the Community and prefers to take refuge in the trusteeship of the State Administration, thus to dilute its own responsibilities in the matter. It sends to the associations of Neighbors a communication in which indicates that they have gone to the Minister of Health sending to him a letter, of whose content advances some paragraph. We cannot be removed two questions: * A priori negation of the evidences. * Tactics of resisted delay. ·A priori negation of the evidences: It says the Council of Health of the Community of Madrid that "... being an interrogative subject that provokes manifold and preoccupations in the population at national level, although the scientific community knows clearly criterion on the matter... "Who says that the scientific community knows clearly the criterion on the matter? Money could be saved the WHO, the European Community and hundreds of Institutions that continue their investigations. Which is the criterion of the scientific community on the matter? It is accepting the Community of Madrid, finally, the conclusions of the Declaration of Alcala of May of 2002; the conclusions of the Call of Freiburg - October 2002; the Conclusions of Professor Roger Santini, April 2004; the Conclusions of the Declaration of Helsinki - January 2005 when they alert of the nonthermal effects of the nonionizing radiations? Who form leaves from the scientific community to which the Council of Health of the Community of Madrid talks about? Presumed official investigators under suspicion to protect the interests of the companies (when it is necessary we give names) or the investigators that are related to excrupuloso detail in the Document answer to the "Study Epidemiologist in the school Garci'a Quintana" made by the Council of Health and Social welfare public (Castile-Leon) the 20 of November of 2001, elaborated from the parents of students of the Public School Garcia Quintana of Valladolid. To affirm that the scientific community knows clearly the criterion on the nonionizing radioactivity is a joy not at all scientist; it is an ignorance of the thousands of serious studies that refer injurious effects to us for the health, derivatives of the nonionizing radioactivity and of electromagnetic fields; it is to ningunear the pain many and, in any case... it supposes clear a supposed one of recusación: So that it helps us who a priori it gives by discounted which there is nothing on which to work... God frees to us of similar aid. ·Tactics of resisted delay. It says the Council of Health of the Community of Madrid that "... it could be interesting the design and beginning of a study epidemiologist at national level, at which from this Council we would lend the Maximal collaboration." Why a study epidemiologist at national level when zones next to antennas can be studied and to compare its data with zones of residence that they have more far or they do not have antennas in its tile roofs? Why a study epidemiologist long play when what is denounced it is that one is becoming ill and dying people? That they go to Móstoles and they see! The neighbors of Almaraz and the localities in surroundings of 40 km of the frontier Nuclear power station still are waiting for a study epidemiologist who takes a means and year delay more and, according to revealed Mercedes Milá in the Daily program of... a threat Nuclear power station, when he went to interview the Spokesman of the Nuclear Security Council, all we could verify that the assumption study epidemiologist still was in phase of planning. Ah, and a warning respect to the meeting with the Chief of a main directorate of Public Health. Who can lose minutes she could see the sad role that Secretary General played of the Ministry of Health, Fernando Lamata, in interview of Mercedes emitted Milá east Tuesday in Tele Five: It affirmed that in a Centre of Reference the substances were analysed that a cigarette contained and in the Centre of Reference it was recognized that they did not analyse but that three components. Conclusion: Good connoisseur of which he makes his Secretariat General and the dependent organs or a good occultation of the evidences. http://www.telecinco.es/dn_5200.htm To the Meeting of Castile and Leon ordered Judge to him Instructor of the case Garci'a Quintana of Valladolid that made a study epidemiologist. It was never made and the penal case was filed, even in spite of counting on a total balance of cases of infantile leukaemia not sufficiently known and on a balance cases of cancer in adults within the zone of influence of the antennas also not known. If somebody wants that truths are not hidden to him and asks for studies epidemiologists, we suggested before know the data the own ones interested so that nobody manipulates the results. If somebody asks for measurements it must be sure that that will measure microwatios/cm2 can quantify values with sensitivity of 0.01 and to know the difference between limits legally allowed by an obsolete and desconocedora legislation all whichever studies they have become from 1999, and limits over which already have been proven injurious effects for the health of the people. When the authorities request measurements or when they offer them the companies the only thing that are persecuted is to credit that it is within the effective legality, although that legality does not suppose security so some and as already the Report alerted in 2001 to the European Parliament of Doctor G. Hyland. Health and luck AVECORN avecorn@hotmail.com Association of Neighbors Against Injurious Radiations of L'Escala (Girona)

Europäische Verfassung ohne Volksentscheid

OMNIBUS Newsletter

Europäische Verfassung ohne Volksentscheid

An diesem Freitag, dem 6. Mai erscheint in der Wochenzeitung "Freitag" eine halbseitige Anzeige zur Aktion Wahlstreik. Sie wurde von einem Berliner Förderer des OMNIBUS gespendet.

In der Anzeige wird darauf hingewiesen, daß der Bundestag am Donnerstag, den 12. Mai über die Annahme der Europäischen Verfassung entscheidet. Nicht das Volk entscheidet. Obwohl es um eine sehr grundlegende und weitreichende Frage, obwohl es um eine Verfassung geht! Hier zeigt sich wieder besonders deutlich, daß wir Bürger keinen Einfluß auf das Geschehen haben, das wir mit unseren Wählerstimmen legitieren. Die "Aktion Wahlstreik! Für das Recht auf bundesweite Volksabstimmung!" fordert neben dem Wahlrecht ein bundesweites Abstimmungsrecht.

Vielleicht haben Sie die Möglichkeit, sich eine Ausgabe des Freitag zu kaufen. Auch in anderen kleineren Zeitschriften sind jetzt Artikel über die Aktion Wahlstreik erschienen. Diese Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit wollen wir in den nächsten Monaten weiter ausbauen. Können Sie dabei helfen? Haben Sie Kontakt zu einer Zeitschrift, einer/m RedakteurIn, einem Sender? Dann wenden Sie sich bitte an uns:

Büro Berlin
030 - 42 80 43 90

Hier erhalten Sie auch die Karten der Aktion Wahlstreik, die an den Bundestag geschickt werden. Sie können die Karten für sich und Freunde und Bekannte bestellen!

Michael von der Lohe und Kurt Wilhelmi

Internationaler Aufruf von Lüttich: Unterstützt das NEIN zur Europäischen „Verfassung“

Internationaler Aufruf von Lüttich: Stimmt mit NEIN ! Unterstützt das NEIN zur Europäischen „Verfassung“

Am 30.4. fand in der belgischen Stadt Lüttich auf Einladung des Komitees für das Nein zur Europäischen Verfassung ein öffentliches Meeting statt, an dem Sozialdemokraten aus Frankreich und Deutschland teilnahmen. Dort wurde die nachfolgende Resolution verabschiedet (pdf)


Aus: LabourNet Nachrichtensammlung, Band 25, Eintrag 3

Save the Amur leopard - stop Transneft

Greenpeace Russia is asking for help from the international cyberactivist community.

The Russian Government has given permission to build what will be the world's longest pipeline, running 4,188km (2,602 miles) from central Siberia to the Russian Far East and the Sea of Japan.

The pipeline's end point, the oil terminal, will be built in Southwest Primorye that is a home to over a quarter of Russia's endangered species, including the Amur (Siberian) tiger and the 30 last remaining Amur leopards. The terminal will also threaten the Far East Marine Biosphere Reserve - Russia's only marine reserve with the status of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.


The 9/11 Commission Report - Omissions and Distortions

Jack Topel wrote:

Short audio excerpts C-Span2: EVIDENCE of US complicity on 9/11...STUNNING!

As I will relate at the end, most Americans seem to have been condition not to make time to learn what may really be going on in our country...unless, it has to do with Michael Jackson, Martha Stewart, and the like.

Last week there was a stunning program on C-Span2 were David Ray Griffin reported on parts of his book: "The 9/11 Commission Report - Omissions and Distortions" which provide EVIDENCE to the complicity of some aspects of our government in the planning of the 9/11 attack. To my knowledge, this is the first time such evidence is allowed to be presented on our main stream media. This, of course, also begs to question: "How come our press does not report such evidence? What is really going on!?

Below, are audio clip excerpt of the highlights of the 90 minute C-span2 program. They are 28 minutes long (compared to 90). I also included a 7 minute excerpt from John Lear, of Lear Jet fame, with testimony that collaborates with one of the evidence points Griffin presents. Below the excerpts is a link to the audio presentation of the entire C-span2 program.


1. http://PlayAudio-123.com/play.asp?m=172819&f=MDXING&ps=13&p=1 (10 min)

2. http://PlayAudio-123.com/play.asp?m=172837&f=ESRJLJ&ps=13&p=1 (10 min)

Audio clip excerpt from John Lear
3. http://PlayAudio-123.com/play.asp?m=172840&f=WXWOTJ&ps=13&p=1 ( 7 min)

Balance of Griffin's excerpts
4. http://PlayAudio-123.com/play.asp?m=172847&f=GWUXUV&ps=13&p=1 ( 8 min)


I will conclude this by relating an incident that occurred with a fellow worker when I shared with her the disclosures presented on C-Span2. She only managed to get out a "Oh Wow!". When I said I would send her the link to the C-span program (before I made these excerpts), I alerted her that the link takes about 3-4 minutes to load, given that it is 90 min.long.

She replied by saying that, in that case, it is going to have to wait until she had nothing else to do before she listened!


Here I am providing a US citizen with disturbing evidence about what, perhaps, could be considered a most alarming aspects of our government... which now had to wait until "she had nothing else (better?) to do"!

Does anyone wonder then, how it is that "the powers that be" can get away with something as unbelievable as complicity with 9/11?

You see, what she could not tie up was that, if covert groups in our government were willing to sacrifice the lives of 3,000 people on 9/11, what problems would they have getting rid of half, of not only our population, but that of our planet as well... if they deemed it necessary to hold on to their power?

DON'T BELIEVE IT? listen to the following audio clips:

Excerpt from insider George Green,
http://PlayAudio-123.com/play.asp?m=151352&f=YJSULC&ps=13&p=1 (6 min)

http://PlayAudio-123.com/play.asp?m=138251&f=ZAXZBM&ps=13&p=1 (10 min)

Microbiologist Deaths http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/2005/01/13.html

Thursday's first hour guest, author Steve Quayle gave an update on the mysterious deaths of microbiologists http://www.stevequayle.com/index1.html (Go to "DEAD SCIENTISTS" on the left of page)

The latest case, the murder of Jeong Im , brought the total up to 40 deaths in the last 4 years, said Quayle. He theorized that a group of people plan to unleash "the ultimate epidemic" on the planet and are trying to eliminate scientists who might successfully combat it.

Related Articles:

The mysterious deaths of top microbiologists

Spiritual Progressives

Tired of having religion and the radical right wing "Christians" seem to be synonymous? You may be interested in Rockridge Institute. This is the URL, as posted to progressive lists: http://www.rockridgeinstitute.org/

Perhaps the peace activists among you are already familiar with this site: World Peace Herald. I was led there by a posting of Alon Ben-Meir's article, "Outside View: Why they hate America."
http://www.wpherald.com/storyview.php?StoryID=20050502-104543-9028r or http://tinyurl.com/7uveu

The web site freepress.net has a petition going to "Save PBS from partisan operatives": http://www.freepress.net/action/pbs

© Virginia Metze

About Mandate for Bush, GOP

by John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei
Washington Post Staff Writers
Monday, May 2, 2005; Page A01

The day after he won a second term in November, President Bush offered his view of the new political landscape.

"When you win there is a feeling that the people have spoken and embraced your point of view," he said, "and that's what I intend to tell the Congress, that I made it clear what I intend to do as president . . . and the people made it clear what they wanted, now let's work together."

Six months ago, this comment was widely viewed as more than just a postgame boast. Among campaign strategists and academics, there was ample speculation that Bush's victory, combined with incremental gains in the Republican congressional majority, signaled something fundamental: a partisan and ideological "realignment" that would reshape politics over the long haul. [...] Read it all at washingtonpost.com: http://tinyurl.com/85vv5 Did any of you think he looks almost sick in the photo they have with the story?

© Virginia Metze

Bush faces Republican resistance on Social Security

by Adam Entous
Mon May 2, 2005 10:14 PM ET Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush's plan to shore up Social Security by reducing promised benefits for all but low-income retirees is meeting resistance from some Senate Republicans, casting new doubt on Bush's top domestic priority, Republican aides and officials said.

A USA Today/CNN poll released on Monday also showed Bush with the worst approval-disapproval ratings of his presidency -- 35 percent to 58 percent -- on the Social Security issue. The proposal he backed last week for "progressive indexing" was opposed 54 percent to 38 percent. [...] Read the rest at:
http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=8366230 or http://tinyurl.com/8flw4 I really feel safer now! Kidding aside, we don't want any more psychopath kids getting even with the world in the schools.

© Virginia Metze

Pentagon says Iraq war erodes military's abilities

by Will Dunham
Tue May 3, 2005 06:11 PM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military's operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have constrained its ability to tackle other potential conflicts, making any future war more likely to be longer and bloodier, according to America's top general.

In an annual classified report required by Congress, Air Force Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said stress on manpower and equipment could limit the ability to win other possible wars as quickly as the Pentagon had previously forecast, defense officials said on Tuesday.

Myers stated in the report that U.S. armed forces would "succeed" in any future major conflict but "may be unable to meet expectations for speed or precision." [...] Read the rest at:
http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=8378541 or http://tinyurl.com/c46rv

© Virginia Metze

The Instrument of Global Control - What Chemtrails Really Are

There are two plans that Tesla had for providing energy. One for production and one for wireless distribution of energy. I will give a cursory explanation of each as I understand them. Tesla's plan for wireless energy was based on pumping AC current into the atmosphere polarized so that the return path of the current was through the air rather than through the ground. The way it was supposed to work was that the hot end of an electrical system in a building say, would be connected to the earth and the cold end would be connected to some sort of antenna which would drain the current off into the air thus making a complete circuit.

What is really interesting about Tesla's work though was some of the work he did Colorado on power generation. The basic premise was this: that the earth and the ionosphere were like the plates of a giant capacitor with the air in between acting as the dialectric. His theory was that if you could use a bolt of electricity to bore up through the air to the ionosphere then the current from the ionosphere would flow back to the earth because of its lower voltage potential (the ionosphere has a voltage potential of around 250 kilovolts and the earth has a voltage potential of a few thousand at most). Once the hole was made in the atmosphere current would continue to flow until it was interrupted or the potential voltages became equalized. It has been recently observed that lightning in fact does this. The ionosphere is constantly recharged by the solar wind so the supply of electricity would be virtually unlimited. Apparently he was successful, but his financier at the time (it was either Morgan or Westinghouse) was outraged because he thought there would be no way to meter and sell it, so he sent some goons to the lab and they destroyed it. Wireless electricity would actually be just as easy to meter as wired, all you would have to do is put a meter on the return antenna. (It would however be a small matter to build one's own unmetered return antenna...)

On your second point about the spraying of biological and toxic agents, there were several fairly well documented incedents in the 60's where the CIA did "experimental" releases. One was from a ship off the west coast near San Francisco where they released bacterial aerosol from a ship basically to see if it could be done. I believe that 11 people died and hundreds became ill IIRC. I'll see if I can find some links.... There were also incedents in New York and Florida and people died there as well. The bacterial agent they used was not super lethal and not particularly contagious. Thet were just "testing" you see...


Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Preventing Proactive Moves

The strains imposed by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have made it far more difficult for the U.S. military to beat back new acts of aggression, launch a pre-emptive strike or prevent conflict in another part of the world, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff concluded in a classified analysis presented to Congress today.


Army Recruiters Say They Feel Pressure to Bend Rules

It was late September when the 21-year-old man, fresh from a three-week commitment in a psychiatric ward, showed up at an Army recruiting station in southern Ohio. The two recruiters there wasted no time signing him up, and even after the man's parents told them he had bipolar disorder - a diagnosis that would disqualify him - he was all set to be shipped to boot camp, and perhaps Iraq after that, before senior officers found out and canceled the enlistment.


Traumatic Brain Injuries in Soldiers Often Go Undetected

Since Operation Iraqi Freedom began two years ago, the Department of Defense reports that more than 1,500 U.S. soldiers have died and more than 11-thousand American troops have been wounded. Among the most debilitating wounds are traumatic brain injuries. One of the nation's leading brain treatment centers is the Veteran's Affairs hospital in Palo Alto, California. Within the confines of the sprawling VA campus, veterans of World War II and the Vietnam war work on rehabilitation alongside returning soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan.


Spraying Freedom in Vietnam


Informant: Lew Rockwell

Whose crisis is this, anyway?

The most accurate explanation of the Bush Administration's big-government tendencies is likely a peculiar mixture of ideology, political reality, and median voter theory. But such analyses have no ability to stir men's souls, and [Andrew] Sullivan's explanation does this quite well. For him the skeptical (libertarian) conservatives are being hounded out of the party by a cabal of religious fundamentalism...


from The American Spectator, by Michael Van Winkle

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Gas price demagoguery


Spring may well be my favorite season. But in addition to ushering in bright flowers and warmer days, it is also the season of renewed displays of economic ignorance and political demagoguery centered on everyone's favorite gripe: higher gasoline prices. When housing prices zoom upward, as they have done recently in many areas of the country, people consider this a sign of good times -- especially if you are a home owner. But when gas prices zoom upward, this is a sign of conspiracy, fraud, and 'price gouging...


from Foundation for Economic Education, by Arthur E. Foulkes

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



Can a person be a Christian and also an anarchist? A friend of mine who has been reading my STR columns posed this to me recently. While answering his query, I realized that many of my readers might be wondering the same thing, so it seemed as good a time as any to lay out the biblical case for anarchy...


from Strike the Root, by Mark Tennant

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Fool's paradise


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Ring them bells


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The best face of America


Vigils were held Tuesday in communities across the country -- from West Bend, Wis., to Washington, D.C. -- to remember the life and work of Marla Ruzicka, the 28-year-old woman who focused global attention on the fate of the thousands of civilians who have been killed and injured in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...


from Capital Times, by staff

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The evangelical crusade marches on


Many religious people are, no doubt, reacting against what they perceive as the triumph of subjectivism, relativism, and nihilism in various aspects of popular culture. But in celebrating their own isolation from that culture, they make possible the further alienation of young people from a world that demands their rational engagement. Worse: the embracing of instrinsicism, which inculcates a faith-based adherence to moral 'absolutes' regardless of context, is no genuine alternative. Humane values are passed on to children and young people by appealing to their growing, yet delicate, rational faculties. Reason is the only legitimate alternative to faith and force. And teaching children to use their minds is the surest way to raise healthy and happy adults...


from Notablog, by Chris Matthew Sciabarra

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Fiddling while Rome burns


On the bright side, the Republican Party is hard at work trying to commit suicide. Even though most of the American people are opposed to the Republican effort to destroy Senate filibusters of judicial candidates, the Republican plan to invoke their nuclear option and change the Senate rules persists. The Republican War on women continues to advance...


from Liberty For All, by George Phillies

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

My kingdom for a scapegoat


45 days. That's all the time that passed between the attack on the World Trade Center and President Bush signing into law the USA PATRIOT Act. With little dissent, and even less actual debate, federal law enforcement agencies managed to get a huge laundry list of long coveted new powers. How did they manage to avoid debate? Besides the excellent timing of the request, many of the most intrusive measures were couched as temporary provisions needed only for the present emergency, and it was promised that they would expire at the end of 2005. Of course there was never any intention of actually letting those expirations happen...


from anti-state.com, by Jason C. Ditz

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Most in US say Iraq war not worthwhile


A majority of Americans do not believe it was worth going to war in Iraq, according to a national poll released Tuesday. Fifty-seven percent of those polled said they did not believe it was worth going to war, versus 41 percent who said it was, according to a CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll of 1,006 adults. That was a drop in support from February, when 48 percent said it was worth going to war and half said it was not...


from CNN

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Government tested AIDS drugs on foster kids


Government-funded researchers tested AIDS drugs on hundreds of foster children over the past two decades, often without providing them a basic protection afforded in federal law and required by some states, an Associated Press review has found. The research, funded by the National Institutes of Health ... was most widespread in the 1990s as foster care agencies sought treatments for their HIV-infected children that weren't yet available in the marketplace. The practice ensured that foster children -- mostly poor or minority -- received care from world-class researchers at government expense, slowing their rate of death and extending their lives. But it also exposed a vulnerable population to the risks of medical research and drugs that were known to have serious side effects in adults and for which the safety for children was unknown...


from San Francisco Chronicle

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Press Freedom Day recalls those who died doing jobs


There was no freedom for Shi Tao and Florence Aubenas on World Press Freedom Day, or for Dawit Isaak, or for Marie-Jeanne Ion, or for Ricardo Gonzalez Alfonso, or for ... But they were remembered Tuesday. Even in press-hostile countries, journalists held marches and sit-ins to demand an end to the threats media workers face: killings, prison, kidnapping, government censorship and other abuses. The list of reporters in jail, held hostage or killed on the job was particularly long this year -- in part because of the violence in Iraq. The number of dead is higher than it has been in a decade. ... 'This has been an extremely bad year for press freedom,' said Robert Menard, president of Reporters Without Borders. 'Of course, it's in Iraq that the majority of journalists are dying. But there also are journalists being killed in Peru, Mexico, the Philippines -- outside of war zones.' Fifty-three journalists were killed on the job in 2004, the most in a decade, the Paris- based group said...


from TruthOut

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Airline passengers to be asked for data


Airline passengers soon will be asked to provide their full names and birth dates when they buy tickets, information the government says it needs for a new computerized screening system. The Bush administration is moving ahead with plans to implement the system, called Secure Flight, even though concerns about privacy and other issues raised in a congressional investigation have not been fully addressed. A limited rollout of the program is set for later this year. As part of the Transportation Security Administration's effort to implement Secure Flight, the agency will, within weeks, require airlines to solicit passengers' full names and birth dates. Passengers do not have to provide it, but if they don't there's a better chance they'll have to undergo more stringent screening at the airport, said Justin Oberman, the TSA official who heads the program. Oberman said having passengers' full names and birth dates will make it less likely that they'll be confused with people who are known or suspected terrorists."[Editor's note: Gee, how about fingerprints and a retina scan?-MLS]


from Yahoo! News

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Audits find flaws in U.S. handling of Iraq deals


Informant: Dan Glover

Vorsicht: EU-Verfassung - Ungewöhnlich scharfe Kritik wegen EU-Verfassung


Vor Ratifizierung: Ungewöhnlich scharfe Kritik wegen EU-Verfassung (09.05.05)

Am kommenden Donnerstag wird der Deutsche Bundestag über die Ratifizierung der EU-Verfassung entscheiden. Es wird eine breite Zustimmung erwartet. In der Union wollen nach Angaben des CSU-Europapolitikers Gerd Müller etwa 20 Abgeordnete von CDU und CSU mit Nein stimmen. Vertreter der deutschen Friedensbewegung nannten die Informationspolitik der Bundesregierung "skandalös". Die Regierung würde "schönen, lügen und verschweigen". Besonders empörend sei die Weigerung der etablierten Parteien, eine Volksabstimmung über die EU-Verfassung zuzulassen. Gerade wenn landauf landab beklagt werde, dass in der Bevölkerung der europäische Einigungsgedanke unterentwickelt sei, wäre es gut gewesen, eine öffentliche Debatte über den Verfassungsvertrag in Gang zu setzen, meint der Bundesausschuss Friedensratschlag. Dessen Ansicht nach entwickelten Bürgerinnen und Bürger nur dann ein Interesse an Europa, wenn sie über "grundlegende Weichenstellungen der europäischen Politik" mitentscheiden dürften. Währenddessen hätten in Frankreich "Demokratie und Transparenz gesiegt", weil auch über die neoliberalen und militaristischen Aspekte der Verfassung offen und breit gesprochen worden sei.

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