newslog to Jan 9


Richard Moore

** Chris Maser "Re-learning" what we've forgotten
---The !Kung Bushmen of southern Africa, for example, spent only twelve to
nineteen hours a week getting food because their work was social and
cooperative, which means they obtained their particular food items with the
least possible expenditure of energy. Thus, they had abundant time for eating,
drinking, playing, and general socializing. In - Wed, Jan 9 2008 12:16 pm

* Engdahl: Bhutto's Assassination: Who Gains?
[link] Bhutto's Assassination: Who Gains? By F. William
Engdahl Global Research, January 4, 2008 Assassination of prominent political
leaders, presumably protected by the best security, is no easy thing. It
requires agencies of professional intelligence training to insure that the job
is done and that no person is caught alive who can lead to those behind.
Typically, from the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand in Sarajevo in
July 1914 to JFK, the person pulling the trigger is just an instrument of a
far deeper conspiracy. So too in the assassination on December 27th, of
Pakistani former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto. Cui bono?. - Wed, Jan 9 2008
12:15 pm

* Muriel Mirak-Weissbach on the NIE report re/ Iran *
-------[link] After The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on
Iran: Let The Great Debate Begin! "Preemptive surgical strike by the
intelligence community against the war party" By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Global
Research, January 3, 2008 - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:54 am

Engdahl - "Seeds of Destruction" - excellent review
"Seeds of Destruction, The Hidden Agenda of
Genetic Manipulation" Review of F. William Engdahl's Book By Stephen Lendman
Global Research, January 2, 2008 Today, we're all lab rats in an uncontrolled,
unregulated mass human experiment the results of which are unknown. Once GM
seeds are introduced to an area, the genie is out of the bottle for keeps. -
Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

Wall Street Journal gives coverage to Ron Paul...
...but only on the opinions page, not part of campaign coverage. rkm
CROSS COUNTRY Ron Beats Rudy? New Hampshire could surprise a lot of people. -
Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:51 am

Why they are scared of Ron Paul
[link] Ron Paul Revolution - The Rebellion Of The
Intelligent By Jay Weidner 12-24-7 Between Huckabee's "Paul is dead" quote and
Tim Russert's admonition to Ron Paul on Meet The Press to "Stay safe on the
campaign trail" it is time to say that there can be no doubt about it: These
are threats. The establishment is delivering a big time message to Ron Paul. -
Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

Chossudovsky: The Destabilization of Pakistan
[link] The Destabilization of Pakistan By Prof. Michel
Chossudovsky Global Research, December 30, 2007 The assassination of Benazir
Bhutto has created conditions which contribute to the ongoing destabilization
and fragmentation of Pakistan as a Nation. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

voting machines: being replaced at last
[link] [link] States Question Electronic Vote Machines By
GEORGE MERRITT Associated Press Writer 1:38 AM PST, January 1, 2008 - Sun, Jan
6 2008 12:50 am

Sri Lankan tsunami victims speak out
[link] Sri Lankan tsunami victims speak out By our
correspondents 2 January 2008 Use this version to print | Send this link by
email | Email the author World Socialist Web Site reporters in Sri Lanka spoke
with survivors of the 2004 tsunami in Peraliya, in southern Sri Lanka's Galle
district, and Moratuwa, in the Colombo suburbs, just before the third
anniversary of the catastrophe. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

climate change: report from the Arctic
[link] Wednesday >> January 2 >> 2008 'Frightening'
projection for Arctic melt Ice-free passage possible by 2010 Marianne White
CanWest News Service Friday, November 16, 2007 QUEBEC -- The Arctic Ocean
could be free of ice in the summer as soon as 2010 or 2015 - something that
hasn't happened for more than a million years, according to a leading polar
researcher. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

Boeing to test space laser weapons
No, you won't see 'space' mentioned in this article. But if the laser can kill
from a high-altitude aircraft, it can operate from space, which has only a
thin additional layer of atmosphere to go through. And we know the Pentagon is
working space-based systems, for them space is the New Frontier of warfare. In
addition, Boeing also makes satellites: - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:52 am

What's really going on in Kenya?

Friends, This quote is from the article below: "Mr.
Kibaki has been a strong supporter of American counterterrorism efforts in the
region. His government has received substantial antiterrorism training and
funding from the U.S. Mr. Odinga, in efforts to distance himself from the -
Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:52 am

Justice Department takes on CIA honchos
  C.I.A. officials have for years feared becoming entangled
in a criminal investigation involving alleged improprieties in secret
counterterrorism programs. Now, the investigation and a probable grand jury
inquiry will scrutinize the actions of some of the highest-ranking current and
former officials at - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:53 am

Times of India: Bhutto was targeted using laser beam
Printed from The Economic Times of India 'Bhutto
was targeted using laser beam' 2 Jan, 2008, 1346 hrs IST, PTI ISLAMABAD: The
controversy over former premier Benazir Bhutto's assassination has taken
another turn with a section of her Pakistan People's Party (PPP) claiming she
was targeted with sophisticated "laser beam technology". - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:
50 am

LA Times on Obama victory
[link] [link] From the Los Angeles Times Obama's victory
upends his party's politics His promise of change resonates more than
Clinton's claim of experience By Peter Wallsten - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

How to get your 10 seconds of fame...
[link] [link] Vanity trade sent oil price to record high
EURO Andrew Clark in New York EURO The Guardian, Friday January 4 
2008 A maverick
oil trader in New York has aroused the ire of colleagues by enacting a "vanity
trade" which first pushed the price of a barrel of crude over the crucial
benchmark of $100. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

NY Times: US on verge of recession
"The risk of a vicious cycle setting in now is very high," Mr. Zandi said.
"The job market's operating at stall speed. Either it picks up soon or it
quickly unravels."
Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:53 am

Vanishing wild bees will sting ecosystem
[link] Vanishing wild bees will sting ecosystem December
29, 2007 CAMERON SMITH This is a darkening time for the world. I want to
explain why in this column, but I also want to point to the effort of one
family in Norfolk County that is trying to keep open one tiny speck of light -
  Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

Candidates of both Parties infected by clique-linked advisors
ON CNN Atrocity-Linked U.S. Officials Advising Democratic, GOP Presidential
Frontrunners: Independent journalist Allan Nairn and American Conservative
correspondent Kelley Beaucar Vlahos discuss a little-addressed facet of the
2008 campaign: many of the top advisers to leading presidential candidates are
ex-U.S. officials involved in atrocities around the world - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:
50 am

* PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS: Thinking for Yourself is Now a Crime
Who will be on the "extremist beliefs" list? The answer
is: civil libertarians, critics of Israel, 9/11 skeptics, critics of the
administration's wars and foreign policies, critics of the administration's
use of kidnapping, rendition, torture and violation of the Geneva Conventions,
- Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:54 am

Ron Paul slams decision to exclude him from forum
---[link]  Ron Paul: Fox News Is "Beyond
A Joke" Presidential candidate slams decision to exclude him from forum Paul
Joseph Watson Prison Planet Friday, January 4, 2008 Speaking to The Alex Jones
Show today, presidential candidate Ron Paul commented on the controversy
surrounding his exclusion from a Fox News January 6th presidential forum by
encouraging supporters to keep up the pressure on the network to reverse their
decision and slamming the network's claim of being fair and balanced as "
beyond a joke". - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:54 am

Gideon Polya: child deaths due to USA actions and occupations
How Many Kids Will Bush America Kill In 2008? By
Dr Gideon Polya 05 January, 2008 I seem to have been
demonstrating against American racism, imperialism, wars and mass murder all
my adult life from the Vietnam era of the 1960s and 1970s onwards. Back in the
1960s decent people chanted "Hay, hay LBJ, how many kids will you kill today?"
(LBJ being US President Lyndon Baines Johnson who presided over the Indochina
War - 13 million excess deaths in total - from the assassination of President
John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) in 1963 to the accession of President Richard
Nixon in 1969. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

Joseph Watson: Is there a bird-flu conspiracy?
[link] Bush Greases Skids For UN Pandemic Power Grab
Bestselling author "wouldn't put it past" Globalists to release virus to
capitalize on control Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet Sunday, September 2,
2007 The World Health Organization and the U.N. have been handed complete
control over response procedures in the event of a pandemic outbreak in the U.
S. after an agreement was signed by President Bush at the recent SPP meeting
that bypasses congressional approval. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

NY times makes it official: voting machines can't be trusted
January 6, 2008 Can You Count on Voting
Machines? By CLIVE THOMPSON Jane Platten gestured, bleary-eyed, into the
secure room filled with voting machines. It was 3 a.m. on Nov. 7, and she had
been working for 22 hours straight. "I guess we've seen how technology can
affect an election," she said. The electronic voting machines in Cleveland
were causing trouble again. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:50 am

The real reason for the Bhutto hit
Friends, What an ironic headline, "U.S. Considers New Covert Push Within
Pakistan". How can it be covert if it's announced in the NY TImes? So Bhutto's
convenient demise and the convenient unrest that followed provide the perfect
excuse to the US to come in and establish a presence in strategically-located
Pakistan. We see a similar 'convenient' scenario unfolding in Kenya, with the
added bonus that a bit of genocide comes along with the deal. Uncle Sam
rampages on. - Sun, Jan 6 2008 12:55 am

US starving Iraq
Cutbacks To Iraqi Food Rations Threaten
Malnutrition And Starvation By James Cogan 06 January, 2008 Under
conditions of widespread malnutrition, run-away inflation and mass
unemployment, the Iraqi Trade Ministry is preparing to slash the provision of
subsidised food and basic hygiene necessities under the Public Distribution
System (PDS). - Wed, Jan 9 2008 12:14 pm

Rui Namorado Rosa: Resource Wars menace Africa
[link] Africa under further menace of Resource Wars By
Rui Namorado Rosa Jan/07/2008 Africa is eyed by imperialism as being
simultaneously very rich (in natural resources) and extremely poor (in
people's living standard), thereby releasing surpluses to be exported to the
world market, satisfying the egotism of rich countries and feeding the profits
of trans-national corporations, compromising the future industrialization of
the continent at the expense of present level of living of Africans. - Wed,
Jan 9 2008 12:13 pm

Some war crimes trials are more equal than others
---"War Crimes Trial Opens With Grisly Video"
But not in America. We destroy the
videos. rkm
source URL: [link] [link] War Crimes Trial Opens With Grisly Video - Wed, Jan
9 2008 12:17 pm

Boeing's latest Star Wars project
[link] Boeing Responds to Missile Defense Agency's GMD
Information Request ST. LOUIS, Jan. 07, 2008 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA]
has responded to a U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) request for industry
feedback on the follow-on Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) program. - Wed,
Jan 9 2008 12:13 pm

The North American Union: a Timeline
[link] DEEP INTEGRATION: A TIMELINE September 11, 2001
The Canada-U.S. border closes temporarily after terrorists attack the World
Trade Center buildings in New York City. September 25, 2001 Citing 9/11,
Thomas d'Aquino, president of the - Wed, Jan 9 2008 12:20 pm


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