Zoran Protest - Zoran on TV


Dirty phones - Coltan controversy: Phone component illegally mined, hurts environment, people


A tangled web


The RED phone

Well, we wondered at the way O2 capitalised on the Make Poverty History, didn't we?

Did anyone else spot the Independent RED issue today? Seems we are often in a battle against one man-made harm by hitting it with another. Imagine the environmental impact of throwing away old phones for new, and OK money goes to Aids, but encourages more phone use (ironically containing exploitative Coltan from the Congo), and injuring the mainly western users instead. And you can be sure it will do operators and manufacturers no harm at all to be selling these!


read on:

From Mast Sanity/Mast Network




Semen quality and hormone levels among radiofrequency heater operators


France School removes Antenna


A Disastrous Appointment

Michelle Goldberg views Bush's backdoor choice of unqualified right-winger Ellen Sauerbrey, former Republican Congressman from Maryland, to head the US refugee-response team as raising the specter of Michael Brown.


Eavesdropping: High Tech, Low Legality

Ray McGovern reviews the latest White House-orchestrated performance, conveying that with the help of highly questionable legal advice and the suborning of senior generals to disregard their solemn oath to defend the Constitution, the administration is edging this country ever closer to being a police state.


Venezuela to Expand Fuel Discounts to US

Venezuela said Friday it will expand a program to provide discounted home heating oil to low-income Americans, bringing savings to some Native American tribes in Maine.


Disgraced Congressman 'Wore a Wire'

In a week when legislators are focused on the question of who else might be brought down by ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff's cooperation with prosecutors as he seeks lenient sentencing over his two federal guilty pleas, ex-Rep. Cunningham wore a wire to help investigators gather evidence against others just before copping his own plea.






A pupil of 3rd grade of Zoran died from brain cancer


Brain damage fears over plan to erect 700 police radio masts


A girl of the school of Valladolid next to antennae of mobile phone


Cellphone Weapons


Cellphones May Cause Alzheimers


Low-Dose Radiation Harms Cells Longer


Criticism committe of the Knesset about Porat, Zoran and Hilel station


Phone mast may have to move


Appeal to High court of Justice: Close the transmission station near Zoran


Killer drivers on phones face six years


Where can I find the right people who are truly interested in proving just how dangerous cell phones really are?


Wireless Worries


I have constant ringing to the point of headaches


Cancer in 21 years of age are not so rare among the radar workers in Zahal


Warning for Drivers: Cell Phone fires at Gasstations


Petition: Cellular Phone Towers make people sick


Sweden likely to concede 3G-free zones


Cancer Patients from the Sharon sue millions for the antennas damages


Study shows drivers using cell phones twice as likely to cause rear- end collisions


Students and Teachers ARE being exposed to EMF and are NOT being educated about its risks


ES court case




US fails to respond to UN Request: Sign Petition in Support of Western Shoshone

From: "Ian" ianwuolle@surfnetusa.com

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 3:59 PM
Subject: ALERT: US fails to respond to UN Request - Sign Petition in Support of Western Shoshone





Thank you to Oxfam America for putting this together.

US Fails to Respond to UN Request; Western Shoshone Petition for Public Support

Posted: 4 January, 2006

The United States government has missed a year-end deadline to answer questions posed by a United Nations committee looking into charges of federal harassment of the Western Shoshone people.

But along with the Western Shoshone traditional government, the Western Shoshone Defense Project is determined not to let the matter die. The defense project is one of the local organizations with which Oxfam America partners.

The Western Shoshone maintain that the US government, through a host of measures including the seizures of livestock and the imposition of heavy trespass fines as well as attempts to privatize large tracts of land to multinational gold companies, is violating the rights of indigenous people to their ancestral lands—some 60 million acres that stretch across Nevada, Idaho, Utah, and California.

The Western Shoshone have now launched a nationwide petition calling on the UN Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, or CERD, to act immediately to address the human rights violations the Western Shoshone have long endured.

CERD was the committee that issued the list of 10 questions the government failed to answer by Dec. 31. The questions are part of a request for “urgent action,” which, if accepted, would allow the committee to open an investigation into US conduct regarding the land issues and the treatment of indigenous people.

“CERD is going to get a lot of pressure from the United States to drop this thing and not take it on as a formal urgent action before the full committee,” said Julie Ann Fishel, the land recognition program director for the defense project.

The appeal to CERD is the latest step in a long-simmering dispute between the Western Shoshone and the federal government. At issue is the Western Shoshone’s contention that the land is theirs—recognized as such by the Treaty of Ruby Valley in 1863—and that federal agencies along with energy and mining industries are trampling on the rights of indigenous people in a scramble to access the valuable resources lying beneath the land.

Protection of the land is critical to the Western Shoshone’s preservation of their cultural and spiritual integrity. But among the threats it now faces is a plan to store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain and to conduct open-pit gold mining at Mt. Tenabo, both areas that are spiritually significant to the Western Shoshone.

“This is a critical land rights issue. The federal government needs to be held accountable for violating treaties with Indian nations, as the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has clearly established,” said Oxfam America’s Laura Inouye, referring to an earlier decision by that body which found the US Bureau of Land Management had violated Western Shoshone rights to due process, property rights, and equality. “A similar finding by UNCERD will help the Western Shoshone press their case for justice.”

“This isn’t just about Indians. It’s about everybody,” added Fishel. “It’s about land, clean water, clean air, and protection of significant areas. This is about not allowing the US government to place corporate interests before human rights and environmental concerns.”

In August, a Western Shoshone delegation traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, to speak with CERD members and present their case. Another delegation plans to make a second trip to Geneva in March to present the petition in person. The deadline for signing the petition is Feb. 28 of this year.

“If we can get to the heart of US treatment of indigenous people, and tell the truth about that treatment, we’re going to get to the core of cleaning up social justice issues here and wherever US and corporate policies are affecting peoples’ lives,” said Fishel.

Sign the Petition:

For more information: go to: //www.wsdp.org/ or call: 775-468-0230


Best Wishes,

Michael Wells Mandeville,
The Hills of Arizona
at mwman@earthlink.net

Die unbeschränkte Macht des US-Präsidenten

Das Weiße Haus hat die angeblich verfassungsgemäßen Befugnisse des Präsidenten weit ausgedehnt, ob es sich um das heimliche Abhören von US-Bürgern, die Rechtlosigkeit von Gefangenen oder die nun erfolgte Umgehung des vom Kongress beschlossenen Folterverbots handelt.


Der Krieg gegen den Terror wird immer teurer und der Terror immer billiger


Warum uns Mobilfunk krank macht

Artikel aus Raum und Zeit

Anbei ein Artikel aus der aktuellen Ausgabe von der Homepage des Verlages:

Omega siehe unter: //www.raum-und-zeit.com/

Marianne Kirst

DeLay quits bid to regain post

By Jeff Zeleny
Washington Bureau
Published January 7, 2006, 11:57 AM CST

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Tom DeLay agreed Saturday to relinquish his quest to return to power, paving the way for a fresh Republican majority leader to be elected as the party fights to maintain control of the House in the midterm election year.

Kevin Madden, a spokesman for DeLay, confirmed to the Tribune the Texas congressman's decision, which came one day after he vowed to retain his powerful post as he defends himself against criminal charges.

DeLay, who wielded considerable power as House majority leader, had temporarily stepped aside. But he had intended to return to power after a trial in Texas over allegations of money laundering campaign finance donations.

The decision by DeLay on Saturday came one day after a group of House Republicans began circulating a petition calling for the election of a new leader.

Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.), a longtime ally of DeLay, suggested Friday he would not stand in the way of a new leader for the Republican House caucus. His post as the top position among House Republicans appeared secure, Republicans said.

Copyright © 2006, Chicago Tribune


Informant: John Calvert

Nonpartisan CRS doubts legality of NSA spying


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Under Fire, DeLay Steps Down

Embattled Rep. Tom DeLay decided Saturday to give up his post as House majority leader, clearing the way for new leadership elections among House Republicans eager to shed the taint of scandal.


Berkeley, California: groups of neighbors are trying to stop base-station antennas proposed by Sprint in their residential area


Enhancement of allergic skin wheal responses by microwave radiation from mobile phones in patients with atopic eczema/dermatitis syndrome


Handful of law firms continue to press brain-cancer lawsuits


The garbage cans of the technic


Mobiles to monitor children


Police mast causes TV interference


Don't worry, it only fries what we want it to fry


The people of Porat


Subjective symptoms among mobile phone users - A consequence of absorption of radiofrequency fields?


EU directive on cell phones and masts expected


Mast pulled down by vandals


The Associations of HEALTH accuses the transmissions of mobile communication to provoke notably cancers


Newspapers Urge President to Quit

Outraged over revelations about President Bush's orders to spy on Americans without a warrant, Greg Mitchell reflects on his previous mention of impeachment and the staunch opposition he received from the current 'what-will-they-think-of-next' cynics.



New fears on mobile phones


A discriminatory and retaliatory abuse of Active Electronic Surveillance


The Death Village Porat-Part 2: Strong Reactions from all sides


Brain Tumour Rates Rising in Europe, U.S.


Porat: The Death Village


How Much are Anesthesiologists Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields in Operating Rooms?


Low-frequency electromagnetic fields induce a stress effect upon higher plants, as evident by the universal stress signal, alanine


Exposure to electromagnetic fields during pregnancy


Mobile mast worker attacked


Surrey BC - AT&T antenna protest meeting


Serious ES condition was caused by living beside a large transmitter


Disturbing story about transformers and cancers


Power stands charged


Is your cell phone safe?


Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco


9 studies with non-thermal effects through electro-magnetic fields




The real EMR story


Phone mast fighters at church court




List of works on effects of EMF on the BBB permeability


Foil protects against mobile mast


Radio waves As A Weapon Against The Plague


Sullivan Heights School, Surrey BC, protest meeting


Protection of health takes precedure over economic considerations?


Minnesota EMR activitiy


A Possible Association Between Fetal/neonatal Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation and the Increased Incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorders


Information regarding dealing i.a. with FM-radio and cancer


Wall, Cordless and Cell Phone information


Radiation multiplies toxic chem. effects


EMF's Effects on Carcinogenic Chemicals


The workers of one department from Haifa town council feel headaches and dizziness


Message from Prof. Neil Cherry concerning miscarriage from RF/MW exposure


A Poor Man's E-Bomb


Chronicle of An Ecological Disaster Foretold


Workers Under Towers Are Well-Wired but Clueless


Workers to AM radio transmissions in Sydney


Planning debacle forces radio towers to seek new home


"Safety" of EMP/Microwave weapons


Microwave 'DANGER' to preganant women








Skin Problems occurring after Electromagnetic Exposure




The Risk Evaluation - An Evaluation of the Possible Risks From Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMFs) From Power Lines, Internal Wiring, Electrical Occupations and Appliances


EMF and miscarriage




Bush Spying Was Not Authorized by Congress

President Bush's rationale for eavesdropping on Americans without warrants rests on questionable legal ground, and Congress does not appear to have given him the authority to order the surveillance.


Influenza virus opportunistic?


Phone masts start child cancer scare


The Dark Side of Wireless Technology


America's Ultra-Secret Weapon


How wireless technology may impact child developmentand central nervous system functioning


An EHS sufferer reports


Participation in the revision of Application of the Precautionary Principle to EMF




In Sweden, electrosensitivity is an officially acknowledged handicap


The Two Gravest Dangers Facing America


Informant: Milo

'Bio-Thermo(TM)' Implantable Microchip for Use in the Animal Kingdom


Human Rights Campaign for the Mentally Ill omits medical misdiagnoses


Beispiel für plumpe und verantwortungslose Impfpropaganda

Impfkritik Info-Board, 1. Jan. 2006

Nikotinforscher: Lobbyarbeit der Tabakindustrie offen legen

DPA, 25.12.2005

Aus: impf-report Newsletter Nr. 01/2006

Manipulierte Studien über Nutzen von Grippeimpfstoffen bei Senioren - Benefits of Flu Vaccination in Elderly People Are Overestimated

bloomberg.com vom 21. Dez. 2005 (englisch)

Aus: impf-report Newsletter Nr. 01/2006

Keuchhusten: auch komplett durchgeimpfte Kinder erkranken zunehmend

lexonline.de vom 28.12.2005

Aus: impf-report Newsletter Nr. 01/2006

Unbeherrschtheit oder Strategie? Der polemische Kampf ums Impfen im Internet

Impfkritik Info-Board, 27. Dez. 2005

Veteranenverbände protestieren gegen Anthrax-Zwangsimpfung

Washington Times, 18. Dez. 2005 (englisch)

Aus: impf-report Newsletter Nr. 01/2006

Arbeiten korrupte Mediziner der Tabakindustrie zu?

SHG Amalgam, Email-Rundbrief vom 19. Dez. 2005

The White House Is Being Served a Bill of Indictment on 1/10/2006

(RE: WAR CRIMES, ET AL) - copy to all contacts

A bill of indictment will be delivered to the WH on Jan. 10
When: 1:30 pm, January 10, 2006
Where: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Washington, DC
Website: //www.bushcommission.org

Contact: Larry Everest or Janet Yip: 212-941-8086 or
email: commiss ...@nion.us

A bill of indictment will be delivered to the White House in Washington, DC on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006 at 1:30PM charging the President of the United States and other named individuals in his administration with war crimes and crimes against humanity.

A press conference will take place in Lafayette Park following delivery of the indictments to the White House. Present to answer questions will be retired CIA Analyst Ray McGovern and others Commission participants. The indictments will also be delivered to the Department of Justice.

Named in the indictment are:

President of the United States George W. Bush,
Vice President Richard Cheney,
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld,
US Army Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez,
US Army Major General Geoffrey Miller,
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and others

These indictments result from preparatory work and testimony presented at in New York City on October 21 and 22, 2005 at the opening session of The International Commission of Inquiry On Crimes Against Humanity Committed by the Bush Administration, alleging illegal acts carried out or approved by the above named individuals in relation to, or in the conduct of, the following;

1) Wars of Aggression, particular reference to Iraq and Afghanistan;

2) Torture and Indefinite Detention;

3) Destruction of the Global Environment, particular reference to systematic policies; contributing to the effects of global warming;

4) Attacks on Global Public Health and Reproductive Rights, particular reference to the genocidal effects of forcing international agencies to promote "abstinence only" in the midst of a global AIDS epidemic;


5) Bush Administration's lethal response to Hurricane Katrina.

The concluding sessions of the International Commission of Inquiry will be at the Riverside Church and the Columbia University Law School in New York on January 20-22. The Commission was organized by the Not In Our Name Statement of Conscience and is endorsed by: Center for Constitutional Rights, National Lawyers Guild, After Downing Street.Org and many other prominent individuals and organizations, including Former Sen. James Abourezk, former British MP Tony Benn, authors Gore Vidal, Howard Zinn and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and actor Edward Asner.

The above-named defendants are invited to appear or to send representatives to speak in their defense before a panel of distinguished jurors. This is the first opportunity in the USA for a complete public hearing of the charges and the evidence and testimony supporting them.

Charter, full indictments, standards for judgment, and audio and video coverage of the first session:


Informant: Jennifer Van Bergen

From ufpj-news

Omega-News Collection 7. January 2006

Global warming can trigger extreme ocean, climate changes

Anomalous Worldwide Tectonic Event

La Nina Setting In: North Pacific Anomaly dissolving


Tell BLM not to spray a million acres of weeds

Tell the Bush administration to keep our national forests wild

Reef's continued downfall dismays divers

Outlawing Fishing 'Would Help Save Coral Reefs'

20 Years On and Whales are Under Threat Again

Japanese Whalers Fire Harpoon Toward Activists

Lax Oversight Found in Tests of Gene-Altered Crops

Intolerable Beauty: Portraits of American Mass Consumption

The End of Plenty

The Brave New World of Scalar Electromagnetics

Vote USA 2004

Iraq War

Is Iran next?



EMF-Omega-News 7. January 2006

EMF-Omega-News 7. January 2006

A Swedish study shows that brain cells die from mobile radiation

Effect of 900 MHz electromagnetic fields on energy metabolism in postnatal rat cerebral cortical neurons

Impact of radio frequency electromagnetic radiation on DNA integrity in the male germline


'Within days, my heart was really bad'


We do not ‘buy’ anything from you, our money pays you to attend to our needs and you owe us

A Call For Help And Justice

USA Supreme Court Clears Cell Phone Cancer Suits for Trial

The cellular companies will have to pay compensation even without a proven health harm

Your say on mobile phones

BATTLE of Colman Road

Mobile phone users become psychologically addicted to using phones


Think Twice Before You Place That Call

Chris Anderson would like all visitors to deposit their cellular phones in the cement mixer by his front door

Dishes put up on mast say residents

Protestors ready for mast fight

Hazardous product warning: DECT phones


Planning TV disputes programme: we want the mast issue on the agenda

Government Wins Court Authorization to Spy on Cell Phone Use

Government Tracking Cell Phones Without Court Order

Protection anti-Rayonnements: Arguments Juridiques

Next-up News 03 Jan 2006

2005, l'année de la transition

Our Clothes are Getting Smarter

A pill they won't swallow: Med students REFUSE drug corp. gifts

News from Mast Sanity

Omega-News Collection 7. January 2006

Tensions seem set to escalate in Iran stand-off


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

The CIA's Dangerous Failures in Iran

Philippe Gelie plumbs James Risen's new books for revelations that the CIA - far from protecting the US and its citizens - in the great tradition of the Keystone Cops, gave Teheran plans to make the bomb, destroyed its own Iranian network, ignored its own informants about the absence of WMD in Iraq, allowed Afghanistan to revert to narco-state status, and more...


China Signals Reserves Switch away from Dollar

China indicated on Thursday it could begin to diversify its rapidly growing foreign exchange reserves away from the US dollar and government bonds - a potential shift with significant implications for global financial and commodity markets.


What Year Is This Anyway?

Nick Turse takes us back in history and shines a new light on the Bush administration's cult of presidential power. "The administration has launched nothing short of a bid to invalidate the guiding precepts of what the US government acknowledges to be the document that inspired and provided precedent for America's founders to issue their Declaration of Independence in 1776: the Magna Carta."


US General Warns Iraq Facing Hurdles

The top American operational commander in Iraq has offered a sober assessment of the hurdles facing a new Iraqi government, voicing concerns that sectarian rivalries and incompetence could cripple major ministries and turn newly American-trained Iraqi security forces into militias for hire.


Easy to send IMPEACH BUSH Letter to your Congressman

By Zip Code

(Just put in your or any name and address and your zip code and it automatically goes to your US Representative)

ImpeachBush / VoteToImpeach:

(We have been rubbing sticks together for years to get the fire started - Now Don't Let It Go OUT !)

Informant: ranger116


US satellites 'spying' on anti-whaling ships

Greens leader Senator Bob Brown says he is outraged at a Japanese claim that US naval intelligence is using satellites to spy on the anti-whaling activities of Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd in the Southern Ocean.


From Information Clearing House

Medicare drug plan beset by glitches

The program, which began Sunday, shifts the administration of Medicare prescription drug coverage to private companies that are preapproved by Medicare.


From Information Clearing House

A Year of Republican Treachery: Scandalous!

Doug Ireland: Scandalous!

A Year of Republican Treachery: You could wait for the book, or check out the darkest shadows of the past 12 months right here:


Why The Patriot Act, Redux: Fascism Is The Here And Now

“Fascism is a politico-economic system in which there is: total executive branch control of the government; no independent judiciary; no Constitution that embodies the Rule of Law standing above the people who run the government; no inherent rights or liberties; a single national ideology that first demonizes and then criminalizes all political, religious, and ideological opposition to it; and total corporate determination of economic, fiscal, and regulatory policy.”


From Information Clearing House

Why The Patriot Act, Redux: Fascism Is The Here And Now

“Fascism is a politico-economic system in which there is: total executive branch control of the government; no independent judiciary; no Constitution that embodies the Rule of Law standing above the people who run the government; no inherent rights or liberties; a single national ideology that first demonizes and then criminalizes all political, religious, and ideological opposition to it; and total corporate determination of economic, fiscal, and regulatory policy.”


From Information Clearing House

Close ties make Rep. Lewis, lobbyist Lowery a potent pair

From powerful positions on the House Appropriations Committee, California Rep. Jerry Lewis has greenlighted hundreds of millions of dollars in federal projects for clients of one of his closest friends, lobbyist and former state Congressman Bill Lowery.


From Information Clearing House

Much More Than Meets The Eye: Cunningham case only hints at extent of rot

Abramoff isn’t the only mega-scandal that could rock Washington this year. Two powerful committee chairmen in the House could soon find themselves ensarled in the scandal that has already taken down former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham.


Legal looting: Cunningham case only hints at extent of rot

From Information Clearing House

Ties That Bind?

The White House is moving to distance itself from disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff—who raised thousands for the Bush-Cheney campaign.


From Information Clearing House

Political Donations From Aabramoff: Who Got What?


From Information Clearing House

More Texan sleaze and stink

The DeLay Foundation for Kids was set up 18 years ago and works on behalf of foster children. But it is also a way for companies to give unregulated and undisclosed funds: It's a way for companies to get into DeLay's good graces or, as Fred Lewis from Campaign for People says, "another way for donors to get their hooks into politicians."


From Information Clearing House

Bush Abruptly Ended Abramoff Investigation in 2002

Don't forget that Jack Abramoff's own secretary, Susan Ralston, became Karl Rove's Personal Assistant, and that Abramoff said he contacted Rove personally on relieving his client Tyco from having to pay some taxes and still be able to get federal contracts. Abramoff said "he had contact with Mr. Karl Rove" on Tyco.


From Information Clearing House

NSA whistleblower asks to testify

Report: Whistle-Blower to Testify Against NSA:

Former Employee Alleges Illegal Intelligence was Conducted

NSA whistleblower asks to testify:

A former National Security Agency official wants to tell Congress about electronic intelligence programs that he asserts were carried out illegally by the NSA and the Defense Intelligence Agency.


From Information Clearing House

Jerry Texiero-Vietnam War Resister

In its push to hold Jerry Texiero out as an example to those in today’s military (to dissuade them from walking away from another of this country’s unnecessary and created wars), the Marine Corps is breaking every law on the books.


From Information Clearing House

Arcata City Council urges Bush impeachment

A split City Council yesterday passed a resolution demanding the impeachment or resignation of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.


From Information Clearing House


Letter from Al Jazeera Cameraman imprisoned in Guantanamo

I cannot stop asking myself this question, why do they punish me? It is becoming an obsession, but I cannot get it out of my head. All these punishments began when they put me in prison in Bagram, Afghanistan.


From Information Clearing House

Iran intelligence is not trustworthy

After recent intelligence failures over WMD, editors should be doubly wary of "leaked intelligence", its timing and the motives of those who provided the information.


You can't go home again


How Did the U.S. Government Annihilate $1 Trillion of American Wealth?

Ask Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, and William Kristol. Ask Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice and Dick Cheney and George Bush. Ask the American Congress. They not only know how to extinguish vast amounts of American wealth, they have done it by attacking Iraq.


From Information Clearing House

The Cost of The War: $1-2 trillion

Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz and Harvard budget expert Linda Bilmes plan to present this week a paper estimating the cost of the Iraq War at between $1-2 trillion. This is far higher than earlier estimates of $100-200 billion.


From Information Clearing House

The War God has his eyes on Iran can we stop him?

Tribune Media Services

I ache with fresh hope and foreboding at this time of year. The time is ripe for an overarching vision of a world without war — a tough, smart vision that can claim headlines and hold its own with the spin machines of government. Without it, we’re doomed to . . . war with Iran?


War, Evil, and the End of History


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

IBM to Cut Employee Benefits to Increase Profit

International Business Machines Corp. said yesterday that it will freeze the pension plans of some 120,000 employees in the United States, effective at the end of next year, and will offer instead an improved 401(k) plan.


Unions to Lobby States on Employer Healthcare

In a national campaign aimed squarely at Wal-Mart Stores, lawmakers in 30 states are preparing to introduce legislation that would require large corporations to increase spending on employee health insurance, according to the AFL-CIO, which planned to announce the initiative this morning.


Our Medicare Misery

Robert Kuttner discusses the Bush administration's new Medicare Plan. He says the new plan's political purpose was never to deliver good benefits. One administration goal, running the program through the private insurance industry, conflicted with the imperative of a clear, cost-effective plan. The second administration goal, fattening the drug industry, led to a provision explicitly prohibiting the government from negotiating bulk price discounts from drug companies.


Medicare Officials' Attendance at Lavish Contractor Meetings Probed

Medicare officials responsible for overseeing $300 million awarded annually to private contractors regularly attended conferences sponsored by these groups. In a letter sent Wednesday to the head of the agency that runs Medicare, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee wrote that one such Florida conference "appeared to be more of a party than a diligent working meeting."


Booming Population 'Threat to Climate Change Fight'

Environmental problems such as global warming can be tackled only if the international community addresses the problem of population growth, a leading scientist warned today.


IRS Tracked Taxpayers' Political Affiliation

As it hunted down tax scofflaws, the Internal Revenue Service collected information on the political party affiliations of taxpayers in 20 states.


CT's & 1918 pandemic


Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Opposes Alito's Nomination to Supreme Court


U.S. Doesn't Practice What it Preaches


Beyond the Ballot


The Opposite of Good is Apathy


Cindy Sheehan

Hollywood Homeland Security Hoax Snares Bush, Cox in Cameo Bits


Outlawing Fishing 'Would Help Save Coral Reefs'


Japanese Whalers Fire Harpoon Toward Activists


'DeLay Inc.' Lobbying Firm Has Links to Three Capital Scandals


Debunking Bush's NSA Lies: A Handy Pocket Guide


Informant: Milo

Homeland Security opening private mail


Informant: Milo

The Brave New World of Scalar Electromagnetics

by Bill Morgan

Sat Jan 7, 2006 01:05

Tom Bearden
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired)

For the past six months I have been undergoing the greatest paradigm shift I have ever had to go through. It has rattled my nerves and shaken my bones. This intense adjustment of my "world"has come about by studying the information given by Col. Tom Bearden at his website Cheniere. The new knowledge there has necessitated a total revision of my ideas about physical reality, the world we live in, and the future of humanity.

This paradigm shifting even actually made me dizzy on certain days as I tried to absorb and digest Bearden's vast amount of information. I am not a scientist at all, just a layman, and I have little comprehension of the math and high physics of this new science called "Scalar Electromagnetics."But there is a great deal of information at Cheniere which needs to become common knowledge as fast as possible, for the sake of the survival of life on earth.

To that end I have put together this small primer of Bearden's ideas, as a kind of "beginner's guide" to his website. (I have tried to underline certain words and phrases which are part of the new "jargon" of talking about these "new" phenomena. Also I have taken the liberty of bolding certain words and phrases to help them stick in the mind).

(Note: Throughout "EM" means "electromagnetic," and "LW" means "longitudinal wave") You can download this article in Word format

This article has six sections:
1. New Waves 2. Tapping the Waves 3. Weaponization 4. Healing 5. Psychoenergetics 6. As It Stands

Energy Crisis Solved

One of the "must read" documents at Cheniere is The Unnecessary Energy Crisis: How to Solve It Quickly, especially since the "oil wars," which Bearden has foreseen for decades, have now already begun.

Here are some clips from that Document:

"To avoid the impending collapse of the world economy and/or the destruction of civilization and the biosphere, we must quickly replace much of the "electrical energy from oil" heart of the crisis at great speed, and simultaneously replace a significant part of the "transportation using oil products" factor also.

"The technical basis for that solution and part of the prototype technology required, are now at hand. We discuss that solution in this paper." Bearden

And although the solution to the energy problem and the oil wars may be at hand, Bearden suggests there is still an urgent rush that needs to be made to save human civilization from collapse.

"Once the technology hardware solutions are ready for mass production, even with a massive worldwide deployment effort some five years are required to deploy the new systems sufficiently to contain the problem of world economic collapse. This means that, by the end of 2003, those hardware technology solutions must have been completed, and the production replacement power systems must be ready to roll off the assembly lines en masse.

"The 2003 date appears to be the critical "point of no return" for the survival of civilization as we have known it.

"Reaching that point, say, in 2005 will not solve the crisis in time, and the collapse of the world economy as well as the destruction of civilization and the biosphere will still almost certainly occur, even with the solutions in hand."

"The good news is that we now know how to easily initiate continuous and powerful "electromagnetic winds" from the vacuum at will. Once initiated, each free EM energy wind flows continuously so long as the simple initiator is not deliberately destroyed."

On page 9 he explains the concept of the dipole, and how there is already huge scalar energy flowing in the time domain around any dipole. Hold a magnet or a battery in your hand and you hold a stress in time and a beautiful flowing loop of longitudinal waves!

Bearden decries the scientific community in the West for being unable to let go of their dogma long enough to see that the greatest discovery in human history lies at their feet, but for their stubborn ignorance.

"The present energy crisis then is due totally to that "conspiracy of ignorance" we referred to, that is maintained by the scientific community, and that has been maintained by it for more than 100 years.

"This is the real situation that the environmentalists must become aware of, if they are to see the correct path into which their energies and efforts should be directed ? To solve both the energy crisis and the problem of gigantic pollution of the biosphere."

As far as anyone in the legislative branch of government ever understanding the profundity of the discovery and engineering of scalar waves, Tom Bearden says they are at a great disadvantage in doing so.

"The nontechnical person ? E.g., a Senator or a Congressperson ? Is operating under a distinct disadvantage. If he or she takes the stance that much better electrical power systems can readily be achieved, he or she is in fact opposing almost the entire set of University, Government Technical, Power Company, Battery Company, and Organized Science communities. Further, in most cases his technical advisors are themselves from one or the other of those communities, and likely to go back into that community or those communities when the Senator or Congressperson leaves office, or even before. So the Congress and the non-technical government community at large operate at a great disadvantage...Bearden

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