General admits to secret air war


Informant: Kev Hall

Mahnwache: Stoppt Gesundheitsgefährdung durch Mobilfunk

Bitte weiterleiten

Einladung zur Mahnwache

Der weitere Ausbau des Mobilfunks und zusätzliche Aufbau des UMTS-Netzes bedeutet für Salzburg noch mehr Strahlenbelastung. Schützt Kindergärten, Schulen und andere sensible Standorte vor den Sendern, bevor es zu spät ist!

Engagierte Eltern und Initiativen halten Schweige-Mahnwache

Salzburg, vor dem Schloss Mirabell
am Donnerstag 30.Juni 2005
in der Zeit von 10 bis 11 Uhr

Die Elternvertreter der Rudolf Steiner Schule Salzburg

i.V. mit freundlichen Grüßen

Michael Meyer
A - 5165 Berndorf, Stadl 4
Tel/Fax 0043 - 6217 - 8576

UMTS - Mahnwache: Initiativen aus Stadt und Land sind der Einladung der Eltern gefolgt http://omega.twoday.net/stories/806777/

Coastal Nightmares Brewing


Children With Leukaemia


ATTENTION: Children With Leukaemia/London/Parker-Hughes Cancer Center/St. Paul

Ltrs to the Editor (Parenting Magazine)..re AOL 6-26-05 sleep epidemic info
From: JCMPelican@aol.com
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 12:38:43 EDT
To: youtellus@parenting.com

Dear Editor: The AOL info re "sleep epidemic" online is very important; however lacking one of the most vital pieces of information.

I am currently working with Assoc. Prof. Olle Johansson, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden to "speak out" on behalf of children around-the-world. "SLEEP" is the first noticeable health change in children (actually "anyone") if that child or person is sleeping close to electric appliances that include electric meters, electric clocks, electric clock radios, telephone equipment especially cordless phones with small power supply boxes.

The NIH knows that the EMF Interagency Committee Final Report that finds EMF's to be a possible Class 2 carcinogen and that has been linked numerous times to Leukemia, has never been released to Congress. Politicians do not respond to pleas for help regardless of their affiliation.

We also have epidemics of asthma, autism, learning disorders and countless other health problems, many of which would be greatly reduced if publications such as yours would help to get the word out. Chronic infections and headaches also make it difficult for children to sleep and attend school. These are all common "rebound effects" due to reduced Melatonin levels as result of sleeping in close proximity to electrical devices. The costs to society are enormous!!!

Bonnie Boyum, Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, has given me permission to share that her son, Michael Boyum, who died from Leukemia at age 23, had an electric clock and small fan within 6-8" of his head (headboard of his bed).

Two of my grandsons were diagnosed with rare immune deficiencies that were rare because low subclasses 1 and 3 indicate "ageing" (of cells). They "got well" when we moved their beds away from walls opposite electric meters. They suffered chronic asthma and sinus infections. We were told they may develop Leukemia.

Cages with two guinea pigs each were placed against our own back bedroom wall. They were soon diagnosed with asthma. White blood cell counts were severe and indicated possible precancerous changes. Large numbers of neutrophils were "hypersegmented" (slowed DNA synthesis) which is "a marker for irradiation." One out of each set of two died within 30 days.

Please feel free to contact me for more information. I have a stickperson poster that is currently being modified by an artist that vividly portrays what I have said above. Take care - Joanne

Joanne C. Mueller
Guinea Pigs R Us
731 - 123rd Avenue N.W.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55448-2127 USA
Phone: 763-755-6114
Email: jcmpelican@aol.com


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Memo pointed to criminality


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The Reserves are quickly becoming a "broken force"

June 25, 2005

As we gear up for the next phase of the struggle against the war in Iraq, we urge you to help us with the publication of an important book, We Wont Go: A Guide to Counter-Recruiting and Draft Resistance. What you do now can help make a big difference in the choices facing our youth and it can help to bring an end to the war.

Despite all of the the Pentagon's high-tech equipment, the fact remains that they cannot fight their war without soldiers on the ground. This is producing a severe crisis for the Bush Administration.

The Army Reserve and National Guard are stretched to the breaking point. Thousands have seen repeated extensions of their tours through "stop loss." Lt. Gen. James Helmly, in a leaked memo, said that the Reserves are quickly becoming a "broken force." When the Pentagon called up the Individual Ready Reserve, between one-half and one-third of the members never reported for duty. More than 6,000 soldiers have deserted since the beginning of the war.

Meanwhile, across the U.S., parents, youth, and activists are realizing that if we can stop the flow of troops, we can stop the war. The movement against military recruiting is having an impact far beyond what is reported by the corporate media. Recruiters are being driven off campus or challenged by activists who present opposing information. Groups of parents, educators, youth, and activists are meeting across the country to discuss strategies to defend our young people against the predators in uniform.

Enlistments are down by more than thirty percent. For the past four months the Army and the Marine Corps have missed their recuriting goals. The Army missed its April target by 42 percent, and it missed its May target by 25 percent, even after adjusting its target half way through the month.

The March 27 New York Times reported that the situation for military recruiters has become so stressful that many are suffereing nervous breakdowns and thoughts of suicide; 37 recruiters have gone AWOL.

Their desperation has led recruiters to resort to more aggressive and dishonest tactics. Recruiters are preying on youth, targeting many from poor and working-class families, many in communities of color, promising an education, job training, even travel, without telling them about the realities and dangers of military life and war. Recently, an Army Recruiter in Houston was caught on tape telling a prospective student that he was required to meet with him "by Federal Law," and threatening to issue an arrest warrent if he didn't appear.

Meanwhile, the Selective Service System is preparing the apparatus for the draft-their performance plan for 2004, available on their website (sss.gov), states that they are training, staffing, and preparing their agency to be ready for a full mobilization within 75 days of an authorized return to conscription. But the Pentagon fears the political consequences. We need a mobilization in place now to make sure that the draft is not an option for the Bush Administration as the rate of enlistments continues to fall.

Grass roots activism and education are having an impact - not only are recruiting numbers down, but the Army was even forced to call a halt to recruiting for the entire day on Friday, May 20, in response to parents, activists, and youth exposing and organizing against their illegal and abusive tactics.

Now is the time for us to pick up the pace. We need to produce new educational material and build on what has already been successful. We need to put tools in the hands of campus activists.

No Draft No Way launched its website in June of last year - http://www.NoDraftNoWay.org . This site includes updated information about the draft and military recruiting, strategies and tactics for challenging the militariazation of our schools, and downloadable leaflets, petitions, and fact sheets.

Since the launch of the site, thousands have signed the online petition against the draft and the No Draft No Way network has grown to include hundreds of activists all across the country. It is vitally important that we provide these local organizers with information and tools.

In order to meet this urgent need, the Youth and the Military Education Project is developing an Action Toolkit for counter-recruiting and anti-draft activists. This will include:

1) We Won't Go - A Guide to Counter-Recruiting and Draft Resistance. This 120-page book will present, in a brief and accesible format: the truth behind military recruiters' lies; students' rights on campus; information about the draft and alternatives; how to organize an opt-out campaign to keep students' personal information out of the hands of recruiters; and how to organize a local protest, including publicity, legal issues, making placards, and working with the media. This small, easy-to-read book, written by counter-recruiting activists, current and former members of the military, and youth, will be available in bulk at discounted prices for community and youth organizations, classrooms, and libraries. It will be sent to clergy, educators, parent associations, and community leaders across the country.

2) A DVD - Youth Fight Back - This DVD will feature presentations from veterans, military family members, youth organizers, and military resisters on the realities of military life, the economic draft, and counter-recruiting strategies. The disc will also include downloadable leaflets, fact sheets, and posters that activists can use and adapt for their local events and campaigns.

3) New literature, including brochures, palm cards, and classroom materials explaining the role of the military, the economic draft, alternatives to the military, and much more.

We are rushing to get We Won't Go - A Guide to Counter-Recruiting and Draft Resistance to publication so that thousands of activists can use this material a part of a national campaign to educate and mobilize youth against militarism and the war. This book must be at the printers by July 15 in order for us to have it ready for the start of the new school year.

Can you help us with this urgent effort to publish We Won't Go - A Guide to Counter-Recruiting and Draft Resistance? We will include a special acknowledgement section in the book, showing appreciation for those who make a contribution to this effort. Your name can be listed there, or you can donate anonymously. (You can donate online or print out the coupon below and donate by mail.)

Please join us in this national campaign by helping to organize, do outreach, distribute educational materials, and donate to help with all aspects of organizing, especially the immediate publication of this book, which will be an invaluable resource for young people all over the country who want to oppose the very real dangers of militarization and war.

Yours in the struggle,

Leilani Dowell
Youth Activist, FIST

Sara Flounders
International Action Center

Dustin Langley
No Draft, No Way;
Navy Veteran

Jesse Lokahi Heiwa
Queers for Peace & Justice

Carl Webb
Member of the Army National Guard who refused to deploy to Iraq

Kim Rosario
Mother of a GI in Iraq;
Mother of a soldier in Iraq

Schools face call to jam mobiles

Today's Observer - this needs a response via Letters

The message is ready to be sent with the following file or link attachments:

Shortcut to: http://www.guardian.co.uk/mobile/article/0,2763,1515005,00.html



Where is the "OFF" switch for masts? The UMTS network causes 2.1 times more CO2 emissions and requires 2.4 times more (non-renewable) primary energy per customer than for the GSM system

Friday, June 24, 2005 3:01 PM

Here is something my son fell over in a Danish newspaper, checked out and mailed to me. It really is worth checking out.

The YES men http://www.theyesmen.org are 2 guys who have made a documentary-film, where they pretend to represent big heartless corporations at industrial-seminars etc.

And they do a: "Identity correction" which they describe as:

"Honest people impersonate big-time criminals in order to publicly humiliate them.

Targets are leaders and big corporations who put profits ahead of everything else."

They have invented an advanced joke in "the Acceptable Risk Calculator" which can tell corporations and governments if a project can get to be a "golden skeleton in the closet" based on risici involved, how many they expect will be killed and in which area the project will be launced in.

They use a a model the Bhopal catastrofe, but there are many similarities with the mobile communication industry bullies.

Specially read about their hilarious "Acceptable Risk Calculator" præsentation, during which they were applauded by a flock of corporate "yobs": http://www.dowethics.com/risk/launch.html

They have put the whole issue in a nutshell.

Best regards.




Agnes is right here, the WHO, not just WTO, weighs cost and benefit of risk, and decides money "benefits" or how many lives.

I'll add this page too as a good example of how desperate achieving common sense has become:




Yes Andy.

And so does Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. They might tell us to turn off our Telly on the wall, not let it run on standby. (So that we can run Birmingham on the saved electricity for a year). But at the same time they force through thousands and thousands of mast installations that are on standby or running 24/7/365 so the power stations spew out a million tons of gases.

You bet I am pleased that I now live on the top of the Malvern Hills, because when they succed in melting down the North and the South pole I´ll still have dry feet.

Who can take their Environmental “For The Good of Mankind” Holier Than Thou crap seriously???

Best regards.




OK everyone. Let's see if this masts network can make a dent. How about every one of us sends a message to our own MP with this question. Here's the background, what to say and how:


"Stephen Reilly, a spokesman for the [Government-backed Energy-Saving Trust], said it was 'scary' that half of Britons were not aware household power consumption contributed to climate change. He said appliances left on standby contributed to 50 million tons of unnecessary CO2 emissions from homes each year, putting an average £200 a year on energy bills. He said: 'People don't think about this. This is definitely a contributor to climate change. It's wasted energy.'

"A spokesman for Defra said the department had negotiated a significant cut in the power consumption of television sets while on standby and was working to expand guidelines to cover other appliances.

"Mr Morley urged consumers to ensure they did not waste power. He said: 'The energy we use at home contributes to climate change so saving energy is not just good for people's pockets. It is good for the environment. About half of our target cuts in carbon emissions to combat climate change have to come through energy efficiency ... switching off electrical appliances rather than leaving them on standby makes a huge difference and is a measure we can all take.'

"Norman Baker, the Liberal Democrats' environment spokesman, who obtained yesterday's figures from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), said: 'I am astounded by this. This is absolutely shocking with climate change the biggest threat we face appliances are pumping out millions of tons of greenhouse gases for no good purpose whatsoever. Manufacturers should ensure that appliances should only be put on standby by choice. When things are turned off they should stay off."

Now 3G base stations:

"The UMTS network in its state of 2004 according to the 2001 planning and with the accordingly calculated number of customers and data transfer causes 2.1 times more CO2 emissions and requires 2.4 times more (non-renewable) primary energy per customer than for the GSM system in its current state"

What is more, we have it reliably that the power requirements of the combined 3G networks is a serious supply issue, especially so in the current "energy-crisis" context.

Here, then, is the letter [adapt as required]:

Dear [MP]

I was seriously concerned to learn how much energy is being wasted through household appliances not being switched off when not in use. The figures from DEFRA released in the Independent newspaper on 23 June show this amounts to 1 million tonnes of CO2, or enough wasted energy to power 400,000 homes. It would be encouraging to learn that more was being done to make it easier to turn appliances off with a switch that did not just go onto standby, and with reassurance that "settings" would not all be lost in the process. I hope you will lend support to this.

But above all I am very seriously concerned, and for good reason, about the energy demands of the combined new 3G mobile phone national networks being installed.

I understand from industry sources that once installed, these will place a significant additional burden on the national electricity supply, and that running 24 hours a day all year round, the energy and climate burden of this technology is going quite unnoticed. Furthermore, industry calculations are that the whole system requires 2.4 times the non-renewable energy per customer than the existing GSM network. Please do your utmost to confirm the figure for 50,000 always-on base stations, so that it can be rightfully compared to the DEFRA figures above, about which it, seems, we all want to do something practical.

The reason I raise this point is that everyone is painfully aware of the controversy surrounding the latest round of mast erections, of the increasing numbers of people obliged to live near them, increasing numbers who complain of adverse effects, or of property devaluation, of the absurd absence of any democracy in their siting, the irrelevance of safety guidelines and the dearth of base-station research. And now we find that there is much concern over wasted energy in the home, while all possible good is being more than undone by this money driven product promotion. This government must be challenged over selling the 3G licences for £23 billion, then obliging the operators each and all to cover the entire country, causing universal controversy and now over taking no consideration to the environmental impact.

I hope you will be so moved to ask questions in the House, not just in relation to telecommunications planning, but its true and lasting impact on people, housing and the environment - and of course, trust.

yours [etc.]

How? It's really easy.

Fax your MP:
or better still, write:

Go for it. Little effort, big point.



I have tested the equipment boxes associated with "lamppost masts" using a meter hired from Powerwatch. This measured electrical fields, not an ACOM or COM Monitor. I was surprised to see that they gave out about half the reading that standing under a powerline did (25 for equipment box and around 50 for a powerline going through Rickmansworth). That was radiating onto a pavement near a pedestrian crossing. A child in a buggy would be getting full blast. I think the issue of the electrical power these things use has been an issue ignored by all the organisations who are concerned about energy use. I want to do something about this but have been too busy on other issues. Perhaps we need to raise awareness of this with Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, Government and so on. The power used for the mobile phones themselves must be a huge drain on power resources. Perhaps those campaigning against windfarms should switch off their mobile phones at the same time.

Best wishes, Yasmin Skelt (Chorleywood, Hertfordshire, England)

What the Western media doesn’t tell you


Informant: Steven L. Robinson

From ufpj-news



Informant: ranger116

Iraqis Fear Era of Relentless Chaos, Cruelty

The mood darkens among residents as a wave of bombings swells the death toll. The new violence quiets talk of success against rebels.


Ignorance on Iran May Lead to an Unwise Attack

The United States may still attack Iran, and for all the wrong reasons. Two recent analyses, both appearing a day before the final runoff to determine the Iranian presidency (June 23, 2005) reveal how this may happen, and what the logic behind such an attack may be.


Victory by Hard-Liner in Iran Could Widen Rift With U.S.

In the New York Times of today is an article over the coming confrontation this summer between the USA and Iran

Governments worldwide are in the defensive, especially the US Government. Now the de chronic deceit en lies of the US government concerning 9-11, Iraq, the economy ( http://www.agora-inc.com/reports/RCH/WRCHF624 ) the amount of dead soldiers (9000 instead of the 1700 of the government, they don't count the people who die in hospitals outsite Iraq), Abu Graib and other crimes are reported daily on the Internet, The US Government has a big need for a lightning-rod., desperate needs lead to desperate deeds!

Here Iran enters the play and this is where the NYT article comes in. Soon the corporate media and governments worldwide will only talk about the confrontation with Iran. Collaboration of governments, parlaments and media with the Master Deceivers in the White House is without any limit. The only ones who can stop this Carnival of Vices are the bosses of the governments and parlaments: the brave citizens of this world, who are about to leave for their holiday season. And ....you dear reader of this site and many other sites on the Worls Wide Web. Mobilisation by means of Internet etc. is fast, very fast.......... only, when you want it!

Best regards,


And still we believe the lie that things are getting better in Iraq


Informant: jesenmk

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Correlation found between mobile phone masts and sleep disturbances


Fire Karl Rove


Informant: Hopedance

US national security state's media starting its engines on Iran


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Karl Rove Is a Liar


The Smoking Bullet in the Smoking Gun



Most Parents Wouldn't Encourage Children to Enlist


Local and ecological groups will coordinate their action against the increasing electromagnetic pollution


Informant: NoName

Group to intervene over mast row

BBC News website 25.06.05

The body which runs Roman Catholic schools in the region has intervened in the row over a mobile phone mast near a Warwickshire primary school.

The Diocesan Schools Commission is to ask phone company 02 to move the mast away from St Edwards RC school in Coleshill.

Parents of pupils at the school say the mast is responsible for complaints such as headaches and nosebleeds.

O2 has denied that its mast is responsible for the complaints.

Around 40 children at the school left class on Friday morning to join a protest against the siting of the mast.

The Diocesan Schools Commission, which owns St Edwards, said it understands the concerns but says it is not qualified to comment on the alleged effects of the mast transmissions.

It has agreed to ask O2 to relocate the mast as a gesture of goodwill.

Dennis Kucinich allied with "Mr. Freedom Fries" (Conservative Republican Walter Jones) to sponsor a bipartisan resolution calling for an exit strategy from Iraq

June 25, 2005

What an amazing week we have witnessed. Vegan Congressman Dennis Kucinich allied with "Mr. Freedom Fries" (Conservative Republican Walter Jones) to sponsor a bipartisan resolution calling for an exit strategy from Iraq. A new “Out of Iraq” Congressional Caucus was formed with 61 founding members. Thanks to Rep. Conyers, the Downing Street Memo is now being discussed in the media.

And despite George Bush’s orchestrated appearances with Iraqi Prime Minister al-Jaafari, a solid majority of Americans are calling for a partial or full withdrawal of US troops and Bush’s approval rating continues to sink. The tide is indeed turning.

While CODEPINK was busy organizing in Washington DC, co-founder Jodie Evans has been networking on another front: She is an international observer at the World Tribunal on Iraq that opened this week in Istanbul, Turkey.

You haven't heard of it? As usual, the mainstream media is ignoring it. But it's an historic gathering of international witnesses, experts and jurors including former Assistant to the UN Secretary General Denis Halliday, award-winning author Arundhati Roy and Iraqi scholar Souad Naji Al-Azzawi. Co-coordinator Richard Falk, a UNESCO peace prize holder and professor of International Law, called the Tribunal an expression of " moral globalization ," with concerned citizens " acting on the belief that no state and no leader is above the law when it comes to matters of war and peace ."

We recommend you go to the Tribunal’s website to learn more,
read Jodie’s blog,
and contact your local media asking them to cover this historic event. The transcripts of each witness and participant are rich with information and truth, not only to keep you informed but also to re-inspire you to take a stand for peace.

The 4th of July is a week away. We encourage you to reclaim this holiday and use it to show your commitment to liberty and justice for all.

Now is the time to strengthen your voice and join us in the streets on July 4th and in Washington DC on September 24th.

We must continue to step out of our “comfort zones” and say NO to war, human rights abuses and empire-building, and YES to non-violence, respect for the rights of all, and commitment to the global community.

Let freedom ring...

Dana, Farida, Gael, Jodie, Medea, Nancy, Rae, and Tiffany

Another Microbiologist is now dead who was involved in the Bioweapons area


Informant: V


You ain't seen nothing yet


Informant: Geraldo Cienmarcos

Drums of Impeachment



The World Tribunal on Iraq, historic importance


Activists urged to unite in fight against Orange masts plan

Farnham Today 24.06.05

SURREY county councillor Pat Frost has pledged her support for local residents’ groups fighting to stop mobile telephone operator Orange erecting masts in Farnham. Ms Frost is following the example of fellow county councillor David Munro and South West Surrey MP Jeremy Hunt in criticising Orange for its proposals to site masts at a number of locations in south Farnham. “I am very concerned about masts generally and I think Orange need to rethinks its whole strategy,” said Ms Frost. “I don’t want to see lots of masts in Farnham and I would welcome the opportunity to talk with Orange and to ask them if they have got this right.” Ms Frost is concerned that Orange is not liaising with local residents over its proposals for the masts. “We don’t want to see masts all over the Bourne or Abbots Ride but it’s not just these places, it’s all over south Farnham which concerns me. I think that it is better for the people who live there if it is resolved sooner rather than later,” she said. Zofia Lovell, secretary of the Abbots Ride Residents’ Association, is grateful for the support of Ms Frost. “We agree with Pat Frost. We represent more than 60 households and adjacent roads who have been left in a state of ‘limbo’ by Orange who constantly avoid communicating their precise intentions to the people it most affects, causing stress and anguish,” she said. “The proposal by Orange to erect a 15-metre high mast at Waverley Lane and Tilford Road will adversely blight the approach to Farnham from Godalming and Tilford. Mobile phone masts will intrude on an area of great landscape value, as officially recognised by Waverley Borough Council. It is the intention of the Abbots Ride Residents’ Association to ensure that Orange is not allowed to ruin Farnham,” she added. Ms Lovell believes that all the anti-mast action groups in Farnham must work together if Orange ’s proposals are to be defeated. “We have been liaising with Ray Cuckow ( Manor Gardens ’ Mast Action Group) and Niki Hearnshaw (Bourne School Mast Action Group) and they have been supportive. The problem is everybody is fighting on their own and everyone is hoping that these issues will go somewhere else,” she explained. “What we need to do is to get Orange to come up with a proposal that is realistic. A realistic proposal is one that is as far way from homes and schools as possible.” This is a sentiment expressed by residents surveyed by the Manor Gardens ’ Mast Action Campaign Group. A key finding shows 97 per cent of residents preferring a single taller mast on high ground rather than the current proposal for 14 masts sited among homes and schools in Farnham. Ray Cuckow, joint campaign co-ordinator, said: “It is clear that the overwhelming majority prefer a single mast in the Bourne Woods. This is a sensible choice environmentally and minimises the very real safety fears. Orange should now withdraw their Manor Gardens and Bourne School proposals immediately.”


This is Staffordshire

12:00 - 24 June 2005

A Town's mayor is calling on residents to bombard MPs with their concerns over mobile phone masts. Stephen Ellis, who is also shadow portfolio holder for planning on Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, said shocking figures released by companies revealed up to 130,000 extra mobile phone masts could be needed across the UK.

He said that represented an average of 209 extra masts for every parliamentary constituency.

Mr Ellis said the figures had been triggered as mobile phone technology expands.

He said: "Many people are understandably concerned about the alleged health risks associated with mobile phone masts.

"Current planning laws allow masts less than 15m tall to be installed without needing any planning permission. This means masts could be put up in residential areas or near schools without people being made aware or allowed to comment.

"The government is currently reviewing planning regulations for masts. I believe all masts should be subject to planning permission like all other development proposals."

Monsanto corn study raises safety questions

According to the study, rats that were fed MON 863 had smaller kidneys and elevated levels of white blood cells and lymphocytes compared to those that were fed conventional corn. In the United States and Canada, farmers have been growing MON 863 corn since 2003.


From Information Clearing House

Propaganda and War: Iraq and Beyond

Audio lecture

America's neo-conservative world supremacists will fail

Current US megalomania is rooted in the Puritan colonists' certainties.


From Information Clearing House

Other Nations Uncivilized, Says Cheney

"There isn't any other nation in the world that would treat people who were determined to kill Americans the way we're treating these people.''


From Information Clearing House


Our loved ones deserve an Iraq inquiry

Our loved ones gave their lives in the service of this country. They all died in the Iraq war. When they went to that war they believed they were being sent to defend our country. They were told it was their duty to disarm the Saddam regime of its weapons of mass destruction.


From Information Clearing House

Did U.S. Soldiers Shoot Iraqi Kids and Plant Weapons On Their Bodies?


This reports contain images that should only be viewed by adults.

From Information Clearing House

America turns on Bush over Iraq

Three in five want troops out as President vows to stay

From Information Clearing House

Republicans join critics of war in Iraq

In a worrying sign for the White House, which has tended to paint war critics as unpatriotic, Republican senators appear less reluctant to raise concerns about the way the administration is running the campaign in Iraq.


From Information Clearing House

Iraq's power struggle as supplies falter

Speak to any Iraqi and they will tell you their standard of living has not improved since the toppling of Saddam Hussein two years ago. Many will tell you it has got worse.


From Information Clearing House

US caused more deaths in Iraq than Saddam

says anti-war tribunal:

The World Tribunal on Iraq (WTI), a grouping of NGOs, intellectuals and writers opposed to the war in Iraq, on Friday accused the United States of causing more deaths in Iraq than ousted president Saddam Hussein.


From Information Clearing House

Iraq: The carve-up begins

As the costs of the Iraq occupation spiral, British and American oil companies meet in secret next week to carve up the country's oil reserves for themselves. Tom Burgis reports.


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Iraqi Reporter Shot Dead By U.S. Troops


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Good night America, how are you?

No doubt like yourself, I love this country. I love her with all my heart and soul and mind and sinew.

By Dom Stasi

So. I for one will not stand idly by and watch it all brought to its knees in the gutless coup our current “leadership” and their treasonous puppeteers are attempting. Will you?


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