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Archive for the Month of August, 2005.
Viewing ALL NEWS articles 451 through 509 of 509.


August 27, 2005

Turning The Hour-Glass - The Empire Against The Clock - The defeated 2002 coup attempt in Venezuela and Haiti's continuing agony show the US and its allies are as ready as ever to use covert dirty tricks and outright aggression to get what they want in Latin America. For the moment, the Bush regime seems content to co-opt countries benighted and foolish enough to fall for trade-in-your-sovereignty deals.
(530 views)

Taxpayers Foot Bill for Bush's Gas Guzzling Trips - Getting President Bush from here to there consumes an enormous amount of fuel, whether he's aboard Air Force One, riding in a helicopter or on the ground in a heavily armored limousine. The bill gets steeper every day as the White House is rocked by the same energy prices as regular drivers. Taxpayers still foot the bill.
(1192 views)

MADSEN UNDER THREAT OF ASSASSINATION - FLEES WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following months of harassment by the Bush administration, that includes getting him fired from his job at a think tank and attempting to strip him of his membership in the Washington Press Club, the Bush administration has stooped to new lows in trying to make former National Security Agency employee Wayne Madsen disappear. America has entered a dangerous new age of the Neo-Con and new Nazi movement that thrives on lies and propaganda from Fox News and right wing talk show hosts. With Pat Robinson pushing for assassination of foreign leaders are domestic internet journalists next?
(958 views)

Olive oil proven to be pain reliever - Scientists have just found out what gourmets have always known - that there is something special about fresh extra-virgin olive oil.
(1134 views)

Chavez swipes at "assassin" Bush - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says US President George W Bush will be to blame if anything happens to him.
(608 views)

505 inmates left at Gitmo prison - The Pentagon said about 505 remain at the prison for terrorist suspects
(949 views)

89 prisoners resume hunger strike at Guantanamo - Detainees say US military broke July pact
(801 views)

Tube shooting leaks to be investigated - Am inquiry has been launched into the leaking of sensitive information on the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes following police pressure on those heading the investigation.
(2192 views)

Mobil, CIA Secrets May Come Out in Bribery Trial of Oil Adviser - Giffen denies wrongdoing. His lawyers, Steven Cohen and William Schwartz, say in court papers that Giffen's actions were condoned by the Central Intelligence Agency, White House and State Department to curry favor with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, 65.
(902 views)

Grooming Politicians for Christ - Evangelical programs on Capitol Hill seek to mold a new generation of leaders who will answer not to voters, but to God.
(1034 views)

Bank of America Becomes Fourth Bank to Admit Ties to Slavery - In a report released Wednesday, the Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) became the fourth bank in the United States to disclose links to slavery.
(2260 views)

EPA Unions Call for Nationwide Moratorium on Fluoridation, Congressional Hearing on Adverse Effects, Youth Cancer Cover Up - Eleven EPA employee unions representing over 7000 environmental and public health professionals of the Civil Service have called for a moratorium on drinking water fluoridation programs across the country, and have asked EPA management to recognize fluoride as posing a serious risk of causing cancer in people. The unions acted following revelations of an apparent cover-up of evidence from Harvard School of Dental Medicine linking fluoridation with elevated risk of a fatal bone cancer in young boys.
(813 views)

Colombia lawmakers "use cocaine" - Some of Colombia's elected politicians have used cocaine within Congress itself, the vice-president of the country's Senate has alleged. "There are important officials who distribute, and senators and representatives who consume."
(508 views)

Assassination a US fixation - How about a vial of poison, as ordered up for a proposed US assassination in 1960 of Congolese prime minister Patrice Lumumba. Or perhaps supply some weaponry to a local hit squad, as Washington did for those who bumped off Dominican leader Rafael Trujillo.
(609 views)

Oil's Peak: The End May Be Nearer, It Seems - ...the Saudis are about to hit their peak production, if they haven't already
(904 views)

The Privatization of Our Public Universities - Tuition at these public institutions has been going up quickly in the past decade, reversing the long-held public policy that tax monies should pay for most of the tuition and the rest of the expenses of public higher education. Quietly year by year, privatization of a public good has been growing.
(1045 views)

Revealed: How Bra Wars devastate world's poor - Campaigners say that the scrapping of textile trade rules eight months ago has the potential to destroy the economies of tsunami-hit countries such as Bangladesh, while the EU quotas are only designed to protect rich countries such as France and Italy, rather than help those worst hit by the situation.
(945 views)

When Blame Knocks on the Wrong Door - Since Fox News wrongly identified a La Habra home as that of a terrorist, its five- member family has faced an angry backlash.
(999 views)

GEORGE BUSH’S SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE - With no public debate, to compensate for inadequate troop strength in Iraq, the Bush Administration has contracted with tens of thousands of mercenaries, who operate outside U.S. control and undermine military morale.
(573 views)

Bush OKs New Hellfire Thermobaric Warhead - With Fluoride - The "thermobaric" Hellfire AGM-114N warhead creates an intense, sustained pressure wave that can strike around corners in "caves, bunkers and hardened multi-room complexes," the manufacturer, Lockheed Martin Corp., said
(641 views)

U.S. Ports Begin New Catastrophic Terrorist Attack Drills - U.S. ports are preparing for catastrophic terrorism in a major new program of security drills that began last week in the San Francisco Bay area and continues next week in Baltimore
(753 views)

On the Heels Of Death Threats Coming Out Of Washington, WTC Janitor Has Jersey City Apartment Burglarized - Journalist Wayne Madsen has left Washington over death threats and William Rodriguez, 9/11 truth-seeker, had his apartment burglarized. Both fit the description of the person supposedly targeted by the government.
(1162 views)


August 28, 2005

ACLU sues to block library searches - The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit to block the FBI from obtaining records from an organization possessing information about library patrons.
(610 views)

Genocide Against Iraq Began 15 Years Ago - The bloody war that began in March, 2003 and has inflicted over 100,000 civilian deaths among the civilian population makes one forget that the genocide actually began 15 years ago.
(1248 views)

Slow day at morgue: all space taken - It was a slow morning at the morgue. Just 20 new bodies, but all the slabs were occupied. Every day the same problem at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital; every day the same solution: move the worst bodies to the floor, freeing space for the rest.
(1064 views)

Nursing Mother Handcuffed, Hauled Away During Traffic Stop - "I thought I was going to get sick. I felt like I was going to faint. I was humiliated because I was there with this stranger and here I am with my blouse undone and he didn't give me a chance to tie it up, and I was just so worried for my baby."
(934 views)

U.S. Ambassador Triggers War of Words With Canada - Comments by U.S. Ambassador to Canada David Wilkins, to the effect that Canadians should "stop their emotional tirades, appears to have done just the opposite. Washington has chosen to ignore a NAFTA legal panel's ruling in regard to lumber in favor of Canada, arguing that it is not a legally binding decision.
(484 views)

Police chief- Lockerbie evidence was faked - A former Scottish police chief has given lawyers a signed statement claiming that key evidence in the Lockerbie bombing trial was fabricated.
(520 views)

Canada accused of abetting torture - A Syrian-born Canadian has accused the Canadian government of orchestrating his detention and torture in Syria, says a news report.
(544 views)

Sharon's son indicted for corruption - The oldest son of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has been indicted on corruption charges in connection with fund-raising activities for one of his father's election campaigns.
(545 views)

IGNORING 9-11 - In amazement and awe, audiences hang on every word of William Rodriguez when he speaks about his experiences of Sept. 11, 2001. The compelling testimony of the former custodian of the World Trade Center, in which he clearly describes a huge explosion occurring in the basement of the North Tower seconds before the plane struck the building, demolishes the government version of events as completely as the explosions that pulverized the twin towers.
(1100 views)

Navy captain says military lawyers protected Atta - An active-duty Navy captain has become the second military officer to come forward publicly to say that a secret intelligence program tagged the ringleader of the Sept. 11 attacks as a possible terrorist more than a year before the attacks.
(1111 views)

WTC: Pulverized concrete was hot - The one thing that Rodriguez mentioned that was news to me was that the pulverized concrete was hot and burned his face and eyes, very interesting.
(1403 views)

The Rise Of The Democratic Police State - So we have been warned, yet again. Terrorism is the logical consquence of American and British "foreign policy" whose infinitely greater terrorism we need to recognise, and debate, as a matter of urgency.
(779 views)

Another Reuters Staffer Killed by U.S. Forces in Iraq - A Reuters Television soundman was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman who was wounded was still being questioned by U.S. troops 12 hours later.
(1056 views)

More journalists killed in Iraq than Vietnam -RSF - More journalists have been killed in Iraq since the war began in March 2003 than during the 20 years of conflict in Vietnam, media rights group Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said on Sunday.
(1059 views)

Human Zoo is Elite Psy-Op - With Great Britain fast becoming a police state, the caged population must see itself in animal terms. It must not insist on privacy, dignity, freedom and other "human" rights.
(642 views)

State Violence, Free Speech and the Rise of Xenophobia - Why do nations, that profit most from the sale of weapons for war, death and destruction, shout loudest in claiming to be proponents of peace?
(533 views)

Saudi dissident shuts down site - He said the decision to shut down was his own, but that the site was a victim of the murder of freedom of expression.
(831 views)

Drone crashes in Iran - It was not clear if the plane was Iranian or foreign, although the influential Kayhan newspaper pointed out that "usually these sort of planes are used for spying on other countries".
(493 views)


August 29, 2005

The Militarization of Our Children - Tommy Franks Invades Logan Street Elementary School
(770 views)

"Eyes in the sky" for homeland security - From blimps to do-it-yourself unmanned vehicles, a trend takes flight
(774 views)

IRAQ: Corporate greed drives war and occupation - ...for the owners of the euphemistically named "defence" industry, war — with all its attendant bloodshed and human suffering — is an opportunity to make megabucks. The invasion and occupation of Iraq has not proven an exception.
(1495 views)

Radioactive Poisoning of Middle East - The use of uranium-enriched munitions in the theater of war in the Middle East and Afghanistan is one of the more sadistic sides of the US imperialism, on par with the barbaric and terroristic nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
(1013 views)

News Story With Allegations of CIA Crime Disappears - In the USA, in recent years there have been other occasions in which news reports about high-level official misconduct have been made to vanish.
(1221 views)

Jealous Lovers: No Web Snooping - The creator and several buyers of a computer program designed to allow jealous lovers to snoop on their sweethearts' online activities have been indicted for allegedly violating federal computer privacy laws.
(855 views)

Us/Iraqi Military Launches New Attack On The City Of Al Qaim, Western Iraq - US/ Iraqi forces have attacked Al Qaim several times in the past few months; the health and humanitarian situation inside the city and surrounding areas is desperate. The main hospital in the area is also under siege and all entrances to the city have been closed off.From early this morning military aircraft have been bombing the area and firing missiles on the city.
(516 views)

Free Wi-Fi? Get Ready for GoogleNet. - A trail of hidden clues suggests Google is building its own Internet -- and might be looking to let everyone connect for free.
(854 views)

Countdown To Next Bush Terrorist Act - The best way to stop the Bush-Cheney coming Apocalypse is impeachment. The second, a much weaker approach and not nearly as effective, is via the alternative media. AM writers need to continue to elaborate, report on, and predict our government,s next terrorist act against US. And make no mistake - the AM has already made a difference.
(975 views)


August 30, 2005

The 911 North Tower Demolition Explained - The Model for "removing" skyscrapers is the Penzer Building in Detroit, courtesy of Controlled Demolition, Inc
(1889 views)


August 31, 2005

Good Things Happening in Venezuela - by Micheal Parenti - In Venezuela over 80 percent of the population lives below the poverty level. The neoliberal market "adjustments" of the 1980s and 1990s only made things worse, cutting social spending and eliminating subsidies in consumer goods. Far from ruining the country, here are some of the good things the Chavez government has accomplished...
(553 views)

A Reverence for Property Over People: New Orleans After Katrina - Tuesday night, as water rose to 20 feet through most of New Orleans, CNN relayed an advisory that food in refrigerators would last only four hours, would have to be thrown out. The next news item from CNN was an indignant bellow about "looters" of 7/11s and a Walmart.
(954 views)

The Demise of the CIA - "Is this a great day for the CIA or what?"; Well, not exactly. The party was, in fact, a wake, marking the end of Mr. Goss' role as director of central intelligence, the CIA's role as the central intelligence agency in the intelligence community and the replacement of the CIA by the military arm of the government. I guess the CIA was not fascist enough?
(647 views)

Hundreds killed as suicide bomber rumour sparks Baghdad stampede - A Stampede sparked by rumours of a suicide bomber has killed at least 640 people at a religious festival in Iraq. The crush caused a railing to collapse on a Baghdad bridge packed with Shia worshippers sending crowds tumbling into the Tigris River.
(605 views)

640 Dead in Iraq: the Never-Ending Depravity of the Bush Neocons - Blame the disgusting neocons and Bush for the death of 640 people expected to eventually reach over a thousand), mostly women and children, killed during a religious festival in Baghdad.
(548 views)

FBI Division 4 team names Clintons, Bush 41, 43 in JFK Jr. assassination - Division 4 witness testimony and his team’s suppressed and classified final report named former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H. W. Bush, President George W. Bush and Senator Hillary Clinton among others as being involved in orchestrating the assassination of John F. Kennedy Jr.
(18728 views)

Bush: U.S. Must Protect Iraq From Terror - President Bush on Tuesday answered growing anti-war protests with a fresh reason for American troops to continue fighting in Iraq: protection of the country's vast oil fields that he said would otherwise fall under the control of terrorist extremists.
(565 views)

Killed Soldier Questioned "Fucktarded" War Plan - The insurgency is on the rise in our area, with a most impressive coordinated assault on one of my sister FOBs (St. Joe). What the fuck has my chain of command been doing? We were winning somewhat when I left. And now we're being pinned down in our own fucking homes? Insurgents are pushing locals out of their homes and taking over my area at will? What kind of fucktarded plan have we been half-assedly executing?
(608 views)

Turkish Professor and Former Intelligence Officer: There is No Such Terror Organization as Al-Qaeda - Turkish Professor and Former Intelligence Officer: There is No Such Terror Organization as Al-Qaeda; Al-Qaeda is Code Name for a CIA Operation; The U.S. Government is Behind 9/11 and JFK's Assassination
(803 views)


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