Testimonial of Dalan MCaren


Extening Cellphone Coverage to Rural Areas




On Tuesday afternoon, a set of 5 indictments of indictments alleging war crimes and crimes against humanity, in five separate areas, on moral, political, and legal grounds were delivered to the front gate of the Bush White House by a delegation organized by the Bush Crimes Commission.

The delegation included former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, authors Larry Everest and William Blum, and members of Progressive Democrats of America, After Downing Street, Code Pink, Democracy Rising, Spirit House, and World Cant WaitDrive Out the Bush Regime.

In front of rolling TV cameras, White House personnel refused to take the indictment papers, first telling the crowd of 40 the reason was "security"; when it was pointed out that the envelope was open and they could verify its contents, they said they were "not authorized to accept any material for the president from the public." In minutes a police hazardous materials squad showed up to examine the plain white envelope left at the gate and carry it off in a plastic bag, eliciting the comment at the press conference, "To a government that commits crimes against humanity, the truth is hazmat."

The indictments (which were also sent by certified mail to the White House, and mailed and hand-delivered to the Department of Justice) allege war crimes and crimes against humanity authorized by the Bush Administration in relation to 5 areas: 1) Wars of Aggression, 2) Torture and Indefinite Detention, 3) Destruction of the Global Environment, 4) Attacks on Global Public Health and Reproductive Rights, 5) Knowing Failure to Protect Life During Hurricane Katrina.

The International Commission of Inquiry's second tribunal will be held at Riverside Church and the Columbia University Law School in New York, January 20-22. Witnesses will include Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski, former British ambassador Craig Murray, former arms inspector Scott Ritter, journalist Dahr Jamail, and many more. The administration has been offered the opportunity to present a defense. For details, go to www.bushcommission.org.

At least 10 different media organizations or reporters came to the press conference, and Ive done several radio interviews off the press conference.

Here are a few links:

Coverage on Democracy Now:

(Courtesy Matthew Bradley)

Don Spark:
speakers - http://re-sist.net/indict/spe.html

delivering the white house indictment -

hazmat picks up the indictment. Truth is deadly and hazardous to them http://re-sist.net/indict/haz.html

delivering the indictment to alberto gonzales at the justice department http://re-sist.net/indict/jus.html

A couple of links:


Informant: C. Clark Kissinger
From ufpj-news

Tower Torture - Industry Canada Tower Review Commitee


"I wish I won't die from cancer"


New Zealanders to be Lucent guinea pigs


Cell Slayer Home


bccpac Resolution - Ban on ANTENNAS


School Antenna Ban - BC Canada


Swiss court says mobile phone antenna's must go


Plug pulled on Sullivan Heights cell tower


Moratorium on cell towers near schools


US War Crimes Against Humanity Indicted


International citizens' commission attempts to serve indictments at White House

Informant: root



Informant: NHNE

Amnesty Releases New Gitmo Torture Testimony

Marking the fourth anniversary of the first transfers of detainees to Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, January 11, 2006, Amnesty International released new testimonies alleging the use of torture and ill treatment against prisoners in the US detention center and additional details on several detainee cases.


No Child's Behind Left: The Test

Greg Palast writes: When de-coding politicians' babble, to get to the real agenda, don't read their lips, read their budgets. And in his last budget, our President couldn't spare one thin dime for education, not ten cents.


Bush's Con Job

Paul Craig Roberts writes that President George W. Bush has destroyed America's economy along with America's reputation as a truthful, compassionate, peace-loving nation that values civil liberties and human rights. Now, Americans need to ask themselves if the White House is in competent hands, when a $70 billion war becomes a $2 trillion war.


Abramoff Scandal Threatens to Derail Reed's Political Ambitions

The Washington scandal over lobbyist Jack Abramoff may claim a casualty outside the nation's capital: Ralph Reed, a former presidential-campaign adviser who once headed one of the US's largest Christian activist groups.


NSA Whistleblower: Millions of Americans' Phone Calls Tapped by NSA

Russell Tice, a longtime insider at the National Security Agency, is now a whistleblower the agency would like to keep quiet. He says the number of Americans subject to eavesdropping by the NSA could be in the millions if the full range of secret NSA programs is used.


Alito 'Believes in an All-Powerful Presidency'

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee accused President Bush's latest Supreme Court nominee of being far too deferential to executive power and invariably favouring the state over the rights of the individual.


Alito Faces Aggressive Questioning

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito was aggressively questioned Wednesday by Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee who accused him of inconsistencies on issues ranging from voting rights to ethics to his membership in a conservative organization.


Village mast fight is lost

WESSINGTON campaigners have lost their fight against a mobile phone mast which they believe is a health risk to their children.

Telecommunications company Orange sparked protests last year in the village when they gained permission for a phone mast near Wessington Primary School.

But after public outcry the company made a second application 250 metres away from the previous location at Nether Green Farm, Moorwood Moor Lane.

Now despite a petition signed by 150 residents against the new application, North East Derbyshire District Council planning committee has approved the application.

A spokeswoman for North East Derbyshire District Council said: "The second application was approved subject to the fact that they don't build the mobile phone mast where they had planned to build previously."

But Scott Brown, of the Three Horsheshoes pub in Wessington, said: "I fear for the future. We don't really know the health risks and more and more reports are beginning to say there is a risk.

"Of about 300 people who live in the village, 150 people signed the petition we feel like we just haven't been listened to.

"At the first meeting a year ago, which we held at the pub, about 15 people who turned up were on the network Orange and they had five bars of signal, so I don't know why we even need a mast here."

A spokesperson from Orange said: "We met with the residents last year and their main concerns were the location as regards to the school.

"We agreed to look at moving the site as we do understand people have a perception that it is a risk to health. We moved it 250 metres away from the previous location and reduced its size by two metres.

"Unfortunately they are still unhappy, but there is a requirement there for the phone mast and we have moved as far away as possible."

Work is to start later in the year.

11 January 2006


Alito and his coaches

Village Voice
by James Ridgeway with Michael Roston


In the first hours of Samuel Alito's Senate confirmation hearings on Monday, Judiciary Committee member Lindsey Graham, the Republican senator from South Carolina, may very well have irreparably compromised himself. At the hearing, Graham told Alito, nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, that he had already decided in Alito's favor. 'I don't know what kind of vote you're going to get, but you'll make it through. It's possible you could talk me out of voting for you, but I doubt it. So I won't even try to challenge you along those lines.' That certainly ought to be the case. Graham is one of a group of Republicans who have been coaching Alito behind the scenes. ... The coaching session for Alito has raised a few eyebrows. 'Coaching a judicial nominee behind-the-scenes is not the proper role for a Judiciary Committee member who must subsequently sit in judgment on that nominee,' writes Think Progress, a project of the American Progress Action Fund. 'It could be a violation of the ethical duties of a senator'...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Psychologen halten Einbürgerungs-Fragebogen für "dilettantisch"

Keine Vorgaben, keine Schulung: Psychologen halten Einbürgerungs-Fragebogen für "dilettantisch" (11.01.06)

Der sogenannte Gesprächsleitfaden für Einbürgerungsbewerber in Baden-Württemberg erfährt nicht nur von politischer und juristischer Seite Kritik, sondern auch von fachlicher: Der Berufsverband Deutscher Psychologen (BDP) forderte die Landesregierung am Mittwoch auf, die neue Befragungspraxis einzustellen. Die Aktion sei "dilettantisch" und "völlig ungeeignet", Verfassungsfeinde und potenzielle Terroristen zu ermitteln oder die Integrationsbereitschaft von Menschen festzustellen.

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Soziologen fordern bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen für alle

Arbeitslosigkeit Zeichen von Wohlstand: Soziologen fordern bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen für alle (11.01.06)

Statt möglichst viele Arbeitsplätze schaffen zu wollen, ist es nach Ansicht mehrerer Soziologen sinnvoller, allen Bürgern ein "bedingsloses existenzsichernendes Grundeinkommen" zu zahlen. Arbeitslosigkeit sei kein Zeichen von Armut, sondern vielmehr ein Ausdruck gesellschaftlichen Wohlstands, so Sascha Liebermann, wissenschaftlicher Assistent an der Uni Dortmund und Mitbegründer der Initiative "Freiheit statt Vollbeschäftigung". Statt das Schaffen von Arbeitsplätzen zum Selbstzweck zu erheben, müsse der erste Zweck politischen Handelns sein, Freiheit zu ermöglichen und Leistung zu fördern - durch ein Grundeinkommen für alle. Dadurch würden alle gegenwärtigen Transfersysteme überflüssig.

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A formula for slaughter

Mother Jones
by Michael Schwartz


One reason the Hopkins study did not generate sustained outrage is that the researchers did not explain how the occupation had managed to kill so many people so quickly -- about 1,000 each week in the first 14 months of the war. This may reflect our sense that carnage at such elevated levels requires a series of barbaric acts of mass slaughter and/or huge battles that would account for staggering numbers of Iraqis killed. With the exception of the battle of Falluja, these sorts of high-profile events have simply not occurred in Iraq. But the Iraq war is a twenty-first century war and so the miracle of modern weaponry allows the U.S. military to kill scores of Iraqis (and wound many more) during a routine day's work, made up of small skirmishes triggered by roadside bombs, sniper attacks, and American foot patrols...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

2006: The year of oil collapse?

by James Howard Kunstler


High gasoline, heating oil and methane gas prices will absolutely kill the housing bubble for reasons I've already outlined. The production home builders will be idle, stuck with huge inventories in places that never should have been suburbanized in the first place. A lot of Americans holding 'creative' mortgages -- no money down, interest only, adjustable rate, what-have-you -- will be crushed by the expense of their obligations. Many of them will go bankrupt under new bankruptcy laws that leave no wiggle room for escaping partial repayment. Their houses will flood the real estate markets in an orgy of distress selling. ' ... With the cratering of the housing bubble, the U.S. economy has to fall on its a...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Neocon police state spreads disinfo, paranoia

Another Day in the Empire
by Kurt Nimmo


Since when does an 81-year-old retired University of Kansas history professor, corresponding with a devout Catholic retired Filipino history professor, pose a threat to the national security of the United States? Of course, the answer is never. However, the fact the Ministry of Homeland Security opened Grant Goodman's mail has nothing to do with national security or 'al-Qaeda' and it has everything to do with sending a message -- we live in a police state here in America, a one-time constitutional republic where the authorities can and will snoop not only your mail but your telephone, email, web destinations, credit card statement, bank transaction records, library checkout information, etc., ad nauseam. In fact, the reason this story appeared on the MSNBC website is to let you know the corporate dominated government is watching...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Media bird flu scare fake?

Free Market News Network
by Steve Trinward


Once again, the Fox News/Web MD headline is ambiguous at best, if not downright misleading: 'Bird Flu May Pass From Poultry to Human Easier Than Expected.' The story begins with accounts of new avian flu cases in humans, now spreading to parts of Turkey, where three children from the same family have died, with two of them so far confirmed with the H5N1 bird flu virus. ... However, deeper into the story, it is revealed that, with regard to the Turkish children, at least: 'According to news reports, a doctor who treated those children speculated that the kids had probably caught the virus by playing with dead chickens.' ... In other words, we are still dealing with a virus that only seems to pass from birds to humans if those humans physically handle dead or diseased birds. So the way to stop the avian flu from spreading is to stop people from picking up dead birds, or playing with diseased chickens, and to develop inoculations (or better yet, aerosol sprays) that can stop the spread of H5N1 among the birds themselves!


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

DeLay tried to force closure of Indian-owned casino

Houston Chronicle


Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay tried to pressure the Bush administration into shutting down an Indian-owned casino that lobbyist Jack Abramoff wanted closed -- shortly after a tribal client of Abramoff's donated to a DeLay political action committee, The Associated Press has learned. The Texas Republican demanded closure of the casino, owned by the Alabama-Coushatta tribe of Texas, in a Dec. 11, 2001 letter to then-Attorney General John Ashcroft. The Associated Press obtained the letter from a source who did not want to be identified because of an ongoing federal investigation of Abramoff and members of Congress...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Blunt, DeLay shared similar connections



Rep. Roy Blunt and the man he wants to succeed as House majority leader, Tom DeLay, shared similar connections to convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff and to corporate lobbyists. Blunt, R-Mo., wrote at least three letters helpful to Abramoff clients while collecting money from them. He swapped donations between his and DeLay's political groups, ultimately enriching the Missouri political campaign of his son [Missouri governor Matt Blunt]. And Blunt's wife and another son, Andrew, lobby for many of the same companies that donate to the lawmaker's political efforts. ... Blunt's own connections to Abramoff or his clients could complicate GOP plans to distance its leadership from the corruption investigation before the fall elections for control of Congress. ... Blunt's office says all of his dealings were proper...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

NSA caught spying on peace group

The Raw Story


The National Security Agency has been spying on a Baltimore anti-war group, according to documents released during litigation, going so far as to document the inflating of protesters' balloons, and intended to deploy units trained to detect weapons of mass destruction, RAW STORY has learned. According to the documents, the Pledge of Resistance-Baltimore, a Quaker-linked peace group, has been monitored by the NSA working with the Baltimore Intelligence Unit of the Baltimore City Police Department...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Campaign at a glance


Decision of Austrian High Court


Court Cases


EMF and Stress proteins (Hsp) or Heat shock proteins


Childhood Leukemia: Electric and Magnetic Fields as Possible Risk Factors


Evaluation of rat thyroid gland morphophysiological status after three months exposure to 50 Hz electromagnetic field


Intermittent extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields cause DNA damage in a dose-dependent way


Healthy sentence: for all that are interested in the fight against the electropollution


To bring to light the health fraud in the mobile telephony


EHS/EMR lawsuits


Abramoff broke, lonely


Informant: Friends

Hard-hitting report suppressed by Government?

From: KAHLIN, Mette
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 12:12:43 -0000

Subject: FW: Hard-hitting report suppressed by Government?

Lynne Featherstone (Hornsey & Wood Green, LDem)

To ask the Deputy Prime Minister when he plans to publish Professor Phil Allmendiger's report with Arup on codes of best practice for mobile phone companies.

Yvette Cooper (Minister of State (Housing and Planning), Office of the Deputy Prime Minister).

The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister commissioned the University of Reading and Arup to undertake an independent study to assess the impact that the Code of Best Practice on Mobile Phone Network Development has had since its introduction, how local authorities have implemented the code and how the public perceives its operation. Plans are to publish this report in the new year.

From Mast Sanity

US Starts Debate on Allowing Grizzly Bear Hunting

The public can submit comments on the proposal to:

Grizzly Bear Recovery Coordinator U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service University Hall 309 University of Montana Missoula, Montana 59812.

Comments can also be sent by electronic mail to FW6_grizzly_yellowstone@fws.gov
All comments must be received by February 15, 2006. (1)

1. U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service Proposes To Delist Greater Yellowstone Population Of Grizzly Bears After three decades of successful conservation efforts involving federal and state agencies and many other partners, the greater Yellowstone population of grizzly bears has recovered and no longer needs the protection of the Endangered Species Act, Interior Secretary Gale Norton announced today... (Nov 15, 2005) http://www.doi.gov/news/05_News_Releases/051115c.htm

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US Starts Debate on Allowing Grizzly Bear Hunting

USA: January 11*,* 2006

Informant: Teresa Binstock

Wireless Devices, Standards, and Microwave Radiation in the Education


What WHO is doing on application of the Precautionary Framework to EMF


Sensation of Hearing in Electromagnetic Fields


EHS: state of recognition internationally


Russian (english) RF research website


Epidemiological EMF studies now!


Conflicted Science




About EMF and epilepsy


Chemtrails make atmosphere more conductive of EMR


Neurological effects of radiofrequency radiation


Epileptic seizures and the EHS connection?



Cell phones and brain speed


Electromagnetic waves linked to children's brain tumor


My ES Symptoms - Like Evidence required


MP's fear over police masts




Microwave radiation can alter protein conformation without bulk heating


More Concerns for Cell Phone Users


Using a mobile phone 'makes you age faster'


Repacholi's circus


Ban on cellphone use by young drivers urged




FCC's laws": the FCC has enacted "guidelines"


U.S. Access Board Recognizes Electrical Sensitivity


Letter in support of ES from a U.S. Federal Agency


Some fear loss of privacy as science pries into brain


Mast meeting to tackle fears


ES is fully recognized as a physical disability by the Swedish government


Neil Cherry - I lost a dear friend


Last Battle for Radiation Fighter


Official recognition of the condition of "Electrical Sensitivity"?


A comment on "experts" limitations

Ohne Studium und Doktorarbeit: Fischer will angeblich Professor in den USA werden

Ex-Außenminister Joschka Fischer (Grüne) will einem Bericht des "Stern" zufolge "als Professor" in die USA gehen. Das Hamburger Magazin berichtete unter Berufung auf das Umfeld des Grünen-Politikers am Dienstag vorab, dass Fischer "unter größter Geheimhaltung" Verhandlungen über eine Gastprofessur an einer amerikanischen Elite-Universität geführt habe. Seit längerem hätten ihm Anfragen aus Princeton in der Nähe von New York und Harvard im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts vorgelegen, heißt es in dem Bericht weiter. Fischer könne kein Abitur vorweisen und sei nie regulär an einer Universität eingeschrieben gewesen. Er verhandele zudem noch mit einem US-Forschungsinstitut über eine Mitarbeit im Bereich der Außenpolitik.

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Oettinger hält an Fragenkatalog zur Überprüfung der Verfassungstreue von Einbürgerungsbewerbern fest

Überprüfung später: Oettinger hält an Einbürgerungs-Leitfaden fest (10.01.06)

Der baden-württembergische Ministerpräsident Günther Oettinger schließt "mittelfristig" Änderungen an dem hart kritisierten Einbürgerungs-Leitfaden in seinem Land nicht aus. Oettinger kündigte am Dienstag in Stuttgart an, der Fragenkatalog zur Überprüfung der Verfassungstreue von Einbürgerungsbewerbern werde spätestens nach einem Jahr überprüft. Dabei solle erörtert werden, welche Fragen sich als wichtig erwiesen hätten und welche weniger bedeutsam seien. Auch für neue Fragen oder Themen sei die Landesregierung offen. Grundsätzlich bekräftigte Oettinger, dass das Land an seinem Vorgehen festhalten werde.

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Verbände fordern Ächtung gentechnisch veränderten Saatguts

Biodiversitätskonvention: Verbände fordern Ächtung gentechnisch veränderten Saatguts (10.01.06)

Organisationen aus dem Umwelt-, Entwicklungs- und Agrarbereich fordern, die so genannte "Terminator-Technologie" von Saatgutkonzernen weltweit zu ächten. Mit diesem neuen gentechnischen Verfahren wollen den Verbänden zufolge Saatgutkonzerne Pflanzen unfruchtbar machen und damit verhindern, dass Landwirte einen Teil ihrer Ernte aufbewahren und im folgenden Jahr als Saatgut verwenden. Bisher werde die Anwendung dieser Technik durch ein Moratorium der Biodiversitätskonvention verhindert. Doch dieses sei in Gefahr.

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Der baden-württembergische Ministerpräsident Günther Oettinger forderte erneut, die Laufzeit der Kernkraftwerke zu verlängern

Mit "Akteuren" sprechen: Oettinger und BUND streiten über Energiepolitik (10.01.06)

Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel will den anhaltenden Streit über die weitere Nutzung der Atomkraft erst nach den Landtagswahlen im März lösen. Bei einem Energiegipfel Anfang April wolle die Bundesregierung ein energiepolitisches "Gesamtkonzept" entwickeln, das "weit über die bislang diskutierten Einzelaspekte hinaus" gehe, sagte Merkel am Dienstag in Berlin nach der Klausurtagung der Bundesregierung im brandenburgischen Genshagen. Ziel sei es, zunächst mit den "Akteuren" der Energiebranche zu sprechen. Ursprünglich war der Energiegipfel für März geplant. Der baden-württembergische Ministerpräsident Günther Oettinger forderte erneut, die Laufzeit der Kernkraftwerke zu verlängern. Er warb zugleich für erneuerbare Energien und für das Sparen von Energie. Der BUND warf dem Ministerpräsidenten hingegen vor, er betreibe eine vordergründige PR-Kampagne pro Atomkraft und verschlafe den "Umbau der Energiewirtschaft".

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Telecoms Planning Regulations

For info. As sent to every Local Planning Authority in the country.

For Chief Planning Officer

10th January 2006

Please find attached a self-explanatory letter from our sister organisation, Planning Sanity.


We fully endorse the provisions contained in the Bill being presented by David Curry MP and would invite your Authority to issue a supporting resolution.

Kind regards.

David Baron
Mast Sanity

Cult of Character

Silja J.A. Talvi writes on how the "secular" Character Training Institute is working to build evangelist Bill Gothard's vision of a First-Century Kingdom of God - one city, one state, one school board, one police force and one mind at a time.


GOP Rep. Rohrabacher Defends Abramoff

Representative Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., came to the defense of disgraced former lobbyist Jack Abramoff on Monday, saying he's a good person who's been unjustly criticized.


Bremer Claims He Was Used as Iraq 'Fall Guy'

Paul Bremer, former head of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, says that senior US military officials tried to make him a scapegoat for postwar setbacks, including the decision to disband the Iraqi army following the US invasion in 2003.


The Abramoff Torpedo

Serge Truffaut cuts to the heart of the Republican response to the Abramoff scandal.


In Abramoff Case, Most See Evidence of Wider Problem

Most Americans believe that corruption in Congress is widespread, and even larger majorities support far-reaching reforms that would effectively end lobbying as it is currently practiced on Capitol Hill, according to the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll.


Al Gore really did beat George W. Bush in 2000


From Information Clearing House

Figuring Out Alito

If the Judiciary Committee really wants to know where Alito stands, they'll raise the specter of Bush v. Gore.


From Information Clearing House

$115,000 paid to DeLay's wife fair

Attorney: $115,000 paid to DeLay's wife fair:

Christine DeLay was paid the money during a three-year period by the Alexander Strategy Group, a Washington lobbying firm that is now the object of a criminal probe.


From Information Clearing House

By the Numbers: Lobbying in America

Here are a few quick facts showing the size and scope of this burgeoning Washington, DC industry.


From Information Clearing House

Who Got What: Jack Abramoff Lobbying and Political Contributions, 1999 - 2006

Here is a detailed look at Abramoff's lobbying, and political contributions from Abramoff, the tribes that hired him, and SunCruz Casinos, since 1999.


From Information Clearing House

Alito Defended Wiretap Protections in 1984

The attorney general should be immune from lawsuits over illegal wiretaps, Samuel A. Alito Jr., President Bush's Supreme Court nominee, wrote in a 1984 memorandum as a government lawyer in the Reagan administration.


From Information Clearing House

Boykottiert, was Euch kaputt macht!

Kleine Boykottkunde von Wilfried Schwetz, Teil I, erschienen im express, Zeitschrift für sozialistische Betriebs- und Gewerkschaftsarbeit, 11-12/05.

Aus dem Text: „In der letzten Zeit wurde häufiger die Frage diskutiert, inwieweit die Konsumenten Einfluss auf Unternehmensentscheidungen nehmen können und ob Boykotte ein Beitrag zur Verteidigung von Sozialstandards und Arbeitsplätzen sein können. Die Frage von Konsumentenboykotten taucht regelmäßig im Zusammenhang mit Vorgängen wie denen um Lidl auf, ohne jedoch zu einer intensiveren Debatte in Gewerkschaftskreisen geführt zu haben. Diese seltsame Scheu Boykottaktionen gegenüber ist erstaunlich, hängt möglicherweise jedoch mit einem zu geringem Wissen über ihre rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen, d.h. der Angst vor Kriminalisierung zusammen sowie mit der wenig ausgeprägten Vorstellung, wie Boykotte als Kampfmittel in Arbeits- und Sozialkonflikten eingesetzt werden können. Ein genauerer Blick auf die rechtliche Seite wie auch die Aufklärung über verschiedene Boykottformen könnten die Diskussion voranbringen. Auf beide Gesichtspunkte soll im Folgenden genauer eingegangen werden, bevor ich abschließend eine Bewertung ihrer möglichen gewerkschaftlichen Relevanz versuchen möchte…“

Aus: LabourNet, 11. Januar 2006

Anti-War Group Has Documents Proving NSA Spied on Them


From Information Clearing House

The Rise & Fall of Imperial Democracies

From the Beltway to Bangkok, Moscow to Manila, elected leaders are using the threat of terror to grab more power—and making the threat worse.


From Information Clearing House

Rumsfeld’s Archipelago of Gulags

Focus on Cuban camp obscured far worse activities around the world.

From Information Clearing House

CIA faces new secret jails claim

The CIA kept 23 people in a secret prison in Romania and maintained similar facilities in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Macedonia and Kosovo, according to allegations contained in a leaked Swiss intelligence report.


U.S. Defends Prison Camp at Guantanamo

The representatives of the German political parties stand completely behind Merkel and are even sending her to Washington with clear mandate.


Silence is Complicity

MoveOn.org Surrenders:

We’ve got a war going on and advocacy groups who allegedly oppose it should stand up to it, not pander to those who do.


From Information Clearing House

Citizen's Tribunal Indicts Bush Administration for War Crimes

An unprecedented series of indictments alleging war crimes and crimes against humanity, in five separate areas, on moral, political, and legal grounds, will be delivered by a citizens' tribunal to President Bush at the front gate of the White House this Tuesday, January 10th.


From Information Clearing House

There is an bill in Congress to investigate Bush for impeachable crimes

What We Don't Know Can Hurt Us:

There is an bill in Congress to investigate Bush for impeachable crimes. Did you know that? If not, maybe you should be asking your local media outlets why you don’t know about it.


From Information Clearing House


Enough of his excuses: Blair must be impeached over Iraq

The only way parliament can regain the trust of disaffected voters is to admit that it was wrong to support the war.


From Information Clearing House

Bush warns Democrats about criticizing Iraq policy

President Bush, in full campaign mode, warned Democratic critics of his Iraq policy on Tuesday to watch what they say or risk giving "comfort to our adversaries" and suffering at the ballot box in November.


From Information Clearing House

Abduction of American Reporter in Iraq Blacked Out By U.S. News Outlets

The Monitor revealed that the reporter, Carroll, is a stringer for the paper who has written many stories for the newspaper for about a year, the last four or five months reporting from Iraq.


From Information Clearing House

Kamal Sayid Qadir jailed for 30 years for criticising 'free' Iraq

Kamal Sayid Qadir wrote an article criticising the US backed government in Iraqi Kurdistan and now he has been jailed for 30 years.


From Information Clearing House

Ali Fadhil: "How US troops destroyed my family home"

Audio: Iraqi journalist Ali Fadhil, who was seized in his home by US soldiers two days ago, describes his ordeal.


From Information Clearing House

So, Mr Bremer, where did all the money go?

At the end of the Iraq war, vast sums of money were made available to the US-led provisional authorities, headed by Paul Bremer, to spend on rebuilding the country. By the time Bremer left the post eight months later, $8.8bn of that money had disappeared. Ed Harriman on the extraordinary scandal of Iraq's missing billions.


Is Uncle Sam Reading Your Mail?

U.S. officials can open personal mail arriving from abroad

By Reuters

"Customs and Border Protection is charged with making sure that terrorists and terrorists' weapons don't enter the country," said Suzanne Trevino, a spokeswoman for the customs agency, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security.


Laugh At Murder of Journalist


Iraq as a Killing Ground


Alito's Fantasy World

Kate Michelman says that Senators should reach across party and ideological lines to reject the Alito nomination, not because we think he will vote to overturn Roe, but because we know he will not respect the dignity and autonomy that are a central part of what it means to be American - for all of us.


IRS Froze Refunds without Informing Taxpayers

Criminal investigators at the Internal Revenue Service froze more than 120,000 taxpayers' refunds last year on suspicion of fraud without notifying the taxpayers or giving them a chance to respond, the federal National Taxpayer Advocate said in a report released today.


Alito's "Coaches" May Have Violated Senate Ethics Code

On Thursday, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, one of the "gang of 14" who sits on Judiciary, joined a so-called moot court session at the White House. The coaching session for Alito has raised a few eyebrows. "Coaching a judicial nominee behind-the-scenes is not the proper role for a Judiciary Committee member who must subsequently sit in judgment on that nominee," writes Think Progress, a project of the American Progress Action Fund. "It could be a violation of the ethical duties of a senator."


Help protect endangered whales from new sonar assault

There is an emerging threat to whales that demands your immediate action.

The U.S. Navy wants to put a testing ground for lethal mid-frequency sonar along the migratory path of highly endangered northern right whales, off the coast of North Carolina.

Please act today to protect the whales and other marine life of this offshore refuge from a year-round barrage of deadly, ear-splitting noise.

Go to
and urge the Navy to consider less sensitive locations for its sonar training range.

As the site of more than 160 exercises annually, the Navy's proposed testing range would create a 500-square-mile hub of year-round sonar activity and other intense underwater noise. The range would lie along the migratory route of endangered right whales, fewer than 400 of which are believed to exist today.

Just one year ago, 37 whales of three different species beached themselves on the shores of the Outer Banks, near the proposed testing range, following Navy sonar exercises in the area. Scientists have linked the use of high-intensity sonar to numerous other mass strandings of whales around the globe, from the Bahamas to the Canary Islands to Japan. Yet, incredibly, the Navy's analysis of its proposed testing range does not even mention, much less thoroughly examine, this stranding.

Beached whales have been found bleeding around their brains and ears after encounters with this lethal technology.

Military sonar may also be interfering with the ability of these majestic creatures to locate food, avoid predators and mate.

Please go to
and tell the Navy to carefully consider all the alternatives before proceeding with sonar exercises in this spectacular whale habitat.

Or, to make an even bigger impact, compose your own letter -- using the points in our standard letter -- and mail or fax it no later than January 30 to:

Keith Jenkins
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic Mail Code EV21KJ
6506 Hampton Boulevard Norfolk, VA 23508
Fax: 757-322-4894

Thank you for helping to protect endangered whales from the lethal effects of military sonar.


Frances Beinecke
President Natural Resources Defense Council



Informant: jensenmk

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