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The beginning of the decline in oil extraction world-wide has set the elite on a raw expediency self-preservation mode, and the rise of a fascist police state is eminent in Canada unless democracy intervenes.
A thank tony bliar site.
Andalucía oriental, el teórico paraiso natural del sur de España, no esta exenta de contaminación y problemas ambientales derivados de la producción de residuos peligrosos procedentes de diferentes tipos de industrias y servicios.
CANNABIS CULTURE MAGAZINE www.cannabisculture.com PO Box 15, 199 West Hastings, Vancouver BC Canada V6B 1H4
Workers on national hunger strike for the right to work and against the violation of human rights at Coca-Cola.
Two Finnish businessmen have been shot in Bagdad, tells Finnish TV's YLE24 news agency. They apparently were on a business trip, with a purpose to negotiate business contracts with the oppressive USA-minded junta in Iraq.
An essay concerning electronic voting and the steps that voters might take to protest on election day if they feel that their vote may not count.
No in the name of "Peace" (dedicated to the memory of american pacifist
Read the latest issue of Seven Oaks magazine, a progressive, non-sectarian, political, and cultural weekly. Contributors and sponsors wanted. See http://www.sevenoaksmag.com/
piggy yasin is a dog meet (sorry, dogs didn't want to offend you). now it is time for next piggy -arafat.
This Article argues that the lack of success in climate change policy stems from the exclusive focus of policymakers on various forms of preventive regulation. Because climate change regulation requires an extraordinary amount of will and coordination, and because uncertainty, cost, equity, and other factors threaten the effective implementation of a Kyoto-style program, a regulation-only approach is dangerously myopic. Not even the most austere post-Kyoto regulatory regime can avert a probable temperature rise of 2 to 3 degrees Fahrenheit during the next century, and most observers estimate that more politically feasible plans will yield a rise of between 3 and 8 degrees. [FN6] Yet other than simply doing nothing and adapting to climate change when it happens--a potentially catastrophic strategy--what alternatives do we have?
It's getting increasingly more difficult to stand up to the powers that be, and exercise democracy.
speech read at home in pittsburgh
GLBT civil rights. Intro. to Logic example to exercise. Petition to Sign being sent to President George Walker Bush against the federal marriage amendment.
FBI steals from WTC victims
Short Memory: Narrative of the March 20, 2004 Anti-War March in New York and Report of DC Ant-War Network Bus Trip
A introspective and alternative narrative of the DC Anti-War Networks bus trip to the UFPJ March 20, 2004, anti-war protests in New York City to commemorate the one year anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq. Included, you will also find links to captioned photographs.
NASA figuring out ways to decipher silent speech
This collage is taken mostly from Chicago Indymedia and
The protest in Montreal was smaller than anticipated. Where were the tens of thousands of last years's Canadian protesters? The organizers claimed 7,000- the media several hundred. The truth? Somewhere in between but far too few. This issue hasn't gone away. Tens of thousands more are missing- but from Iraq's streets, as they are DEAD and largely uncounted ...
s/f imc has taken to stealing it's stories and pictures from other IMC's
The progressives at Indimedia, who are supposedly for equality, continue to spew hatred towards Jews.
Cairo, Egypt 20/3/2004
If you’ve got a few extra minutes, I’d encourage you to look into the case of Dr. Ramona Miller at http://www.drmillertruth.org/ . This has got to be one of the most disgusting miscarriages of justice I’ve read about in recent memory.
582 dead U.S. GI's as of today. Share this site (www.lunaville. org) and the bad news on it with the world! Stop the killing!
A comparison of the two good versus evil confrontation theories being propagated by the Bush administration with one that I think bears a closer resemblance to reality.
HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS FROM VANCOUVER M.20 RALLY
Dr. Geert Van Moorter, from the Belgian NGO Medical Aid for the Third World (www.g3w.be) on a mission in Iraq for www.intal.be, tells how he experienced the bomb attack on the Mount Lebanon Hotel.
New steps in cross political dialogue.
A New Hampshire woman who filed the first lawsuit against United Airlines relating to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks -- and the first suit accusing President Bush of negligence beforehand -- doesn't want money, just answers.
See video of March 20 in NYC at http://users.bestweb.net/~debar/032004nyc.rm
raw video sequence in the streets of Brussels, during M20 Peace Rally 5 min handycam shot troegh the crowd ...
More than two thousand persons marched to the capitol today to protest the illegal war in Iraq. Its consequences on domestic policies and on persons in the war zone were highlighted by guest speakers and protesters.
More than 5,000 people gathered in Paris Wednesday to participate in a national demonstration denouncing, Minister of Interior, Nicolas Sarkozy’s proposition to create new laws aiming to prevent deliquence,which would significantly change the nature of the social system in France.
“ We are being lied to about the number of Americans and Iraqis killed in Iraq, about the reasons the United States entered this illegal war that has wrecked havoc on a sovereign country, and about our motives in positioning troops in other nations including Haiti and Pakistan,” says Mark Cramer a member of Paris-based Americans Against the War (A.A.W.).
Bush last July signed into law the Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act, saying "The United States will not waver from its commitment to the cause of democracy and human rights in Burma."
volunteer call for sf-active.
Shannon airport in Ireland has been used over the past three years as a forward airbase by US forces engaged in wars against Afghanistan and Iraq. During 2003, over 125,000 heavily armed US troops and munitions passed through Shannon on their way to the unlawful war against Iraq in which up to 30,000 people died.
A committee of the USA House Of Representatives has published a report that details the misleading statements made by Bush administration officials about the threats posed by Iraq.