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Student-run infoshop opens

Peter McCoy, 31.12.2006 22:48

Earlier this month, a student-run non-profit infoshop celebrated its grand opening at The Evergreen State College (TESC) in Olympia, Washington. Using the guise of a state funded student group, volunteers of The Evergreen Infoshoppe were allotted over $4,000 to purchase radical books, zines, and videos for their lending library and resource center. After only a few weeks of planning, the Infoshoppe now hosts an ever-growing collection in a permanent, centrally located and nearly autonomous location.



What Gerald Ford Really Stood For

Richard Mellor, 31.12.2006 21:45

No one should get pleasure from the death of another, but workers have no reason to mourn the passing of Gerald Ford



Former Longtime Confidant Accuses Ariel Sharon of Assassinating Yasser Arafat

Stephen Lendman, 31.12.2006 19:09

Ariel Sharon likely poisoned Yasser Arafat.



WBAI Sunday News at Six: Times Square Vigil for Saddam Hussein's Execution

Fred Nguyen, WBAI Radio 99.5 FM, NYC, 31.12.2006 18:34

Radio News Segment For WBAI Sunday News at Six: 12/31/2006 at 6PM EST, WBAI-99.5FM, streaming at www.wbai.org and archived at www.archive.wbai.org 10 minutes after the broacast. Times Square Vigil for Saddam Hussein's Execution, Saturday 12/30/2006, New York City By Fred Nguyen, WBAI Reporter



momentode la ejecucion de saddan hussein

jose cruz, 03.01.2007 00:18

video sin censura de la ejecucion de saddan hussein trducion libre del intercambio entre saddan hussein y los guardias.



Racist Thug Hal Turner Facing the Wrath of Hackers

Michael Brooks, 31.12.2006 17:26

Racist podcaster Hal Turner, known for advocating for the murder of African-Americans, Jews, gays, congressmen, and the President, is getting his virtual hat handed to him by a group of hackers known as the "Legion of Anonymous."



Our cherished Prisedent Saddam Husein

yours sincerley faithful, 31.12.2006 17:13

To You Saddam Husein The Devoted Son Of Iraq



2007 - PRESIDENT of planet EARTH - U Can Run Also...

RogerART.com, 31.12.2006 16:53

Pics ADD YOUR INFORMATION... U 2 Can Run 4 PRESIDENT of planet Earth - Ideas, Sharing Love, Work, To Do List…



Saddam Husein The Devoted Son Of Iraq

Your sincerely faithful, 31.12.2006 16:09

we will always love you



Israeli Fascist Speaks, World Holds Its Ears - Brookings Hosts Him

Various, 31.12.2006 15:37

These are the Extremists who are representing Israel on the world stage. And we wonder why things have gotten so terrible? These are also the people the Bush/PNAC Fascists have decided to align themselves with.



As Predicted: Israel Blocks UN Investigation Of Beit Hanoun Shelling

Zionism, Irrelevant Within A Generation, 31.12.2006 15:35

They did the same thing after their attack on Jenin, then later, in a documentary produced by Mossad and aired in Canada by CanWest, they claimed that there had been no massacre, because the investigation, blocked for over two weeks, had found no evidence of the massacre.

Was this reported in YOUR media?



The Hoax That Wasn't: Human Rights Watch Says Israel Did, Indeed, Destroy Lebanese Ambulance

HUman Rights Watch, 31.12.2006 15:33

Yet another LIE from the Olmert Regime is exposed (After they lied about re-starting the violence in Gaza by shelling a family on a Gaza beach, planning the Lebanese war for over a year, using cluster munitions on, and tergeting, civilians, using precision weapons against UN observers, et.). Like the Bush Regime they're aligned with, these Fascist Extremists have no credibility left.

People who don't think they've done something don't need to fashion extraordinary LIES to cover themselves.



For Israel, Killing Children Is No Longer A Big Deal

Gideon Levy, 31.12.2006 15:30

UNICEF stated in a recent report that this has been one of the worst years for Palestinian children. When you consider the Extremists currently serving as Israel's rulers, who do not view Arabs as human, is it any wonder?



The Most Censored Stories: 2007 Report

Project Censored, 31.12.2006 15:28

This is the group's annual year-end report.



Bush/Olmert/Bliar Axis Could Usher in a Very Dangerous New Year

Robert Parry, Consortium News, 31.12.2006 15:25

Intelligence sources say President Bush -- along with Israel's Ehud Olmert and the UK's Tony Blair -- are weighing the possibility of Israeli-led attacks on Syria and Iran in early 2007, with the United States providing logistical back-up.



Why Condemning Israel and the Zionist Lobby is so Important

James Petras, 31.12.2006 15:24

“It’s no great secret why the Jewish agencies continue to trumpet support for the discredited policies of this failed administration. They see defense of Israel as their number-one goal, trumping all other items on the agenda. That single-mindedness binds them ever closer to a White House that has made combating Islamic terrorism its signature campaign. The campaign’s effects on the world have been catastrophic. But that is no concern of the Jewish agencies.” December 8, 2006 statement by JJ Goldberg, editor of Forward (the leading Jewish weekly in the United States)

(It should be pointed out that most "Jewish agencies" in recent years have had their popularly-selected Boards replaced with Israeli/Zionist "Emergency Cabinets")



'Victory' For US Allies In Somalian Proxy War Means Chaos

Times Online, 31.12.2006 15:22

What the American media doesn't say about the 'glorious triumph' over Muslims in Somalia.



Shaking Hands With Saddam Hussein

George Washington University, 31.12.2006 15:17

A detailed account of the American Government's support for Hussein, under the direction of many of the very Extremists & criminals controlling it today.



Aus HaBEs Büchnerei: SomeOilYeah I&amp;II

Hartmut Barth-Engelbart, 31.12.2006 15:16

Wenn US-Fundamentalisten in die Fußstapfen italienischer Faschsiten treten, in denen -trotz aller Mühe- bereits olker Rühe ins Stolpern geriet, wenn die Erben von Sieg Heile Selayssie die ostafrikanisch-christlicher ront im Krieg gegen das islamistische Böse stellvertretend eröffnen, danngehts ums Menschenrecht



Former Israeli General Outlines Plan For Widespread Aggression

YNet News (Additions by Me), 31.12.2006 15:14

I had to read this twice, because I couldn't believe what I had just taken in. Americans deserve to know how Israel is playing them, and making plans for their poor younf men & women of the armed forces. This is not how one friend treats another.



The Five Dancing Israelis Arrested On 9-11

Michael Rivero, 31.12.2006 15:11

Why did the "911 Commission", which was created by Bush/PNAC, and was designed to 'fix the facts' to their conclusion, ignore this? Oh, just answered my own question.



My New Years Resolution

Voice of Arizona, 31.12.2006 15:09

Things all Americans should keep in mind this year.



Bagdagrad, Belfast, Belmondo oder sonstwo

Hartmut Barth-Engelbart, 31.12.2006 15:08

Nach einer original "spiegel"-Meldung soll Saddam Hussein heute morgen in einem Dorf nördlich von Belgrad beigesetzt worden sein.
Für den "spiegel" scheint der Erbfeind doch in Serbien zu wohnen.



Are We Committing Genocide in Iraq?

Ken Meyercord, 31.12.2006 14:54

I'm sick with concern that we may be behind most of the so-called "sectarian violence" devastating the Iraqi people. Whether the aim is to simply kill as many Iraqis as possible or to drive them into exile so as to make it easier to govern the few remaining, the immediate target of the tactic is the Iraqi
people as a whole - not enemy combatants, insurgents, or any identifiable
subgroup- and in this sense it constitutes genocide.



Selective Justice and the Execution of Saddam Hussein

Gregory Elich, 31.12.2006 14:39

The transformation of Saddam Hussein from ally to enemy



Saddam is not dead

Jonathan, 31.12.2006 10:18

Don't believe for a moment that Saddam is dead. He is probably laughing all the way to a plastic surgeon getting himself a face change in order to be a free man. Meanwhile everybody is wasting time doing nothing about the real problems we have: War criminals in the White house, War criminals on 10 Downing street, War criminals in China, War criminals in Ottawa, War criminals in Moscow; Global warming and global dimming, oceans' species becoming extinct and the disappearance of the Artic pole. However the most crucial piece of disaster is the usa deficit and the dollar losing its footing.



Foil-wrapped radioactive parts to be dumped in Germany

Diet Simon, 31.12.2006 02:30

A German anti-nuclear group claims that unpackaged or at best foil-wrapped radioactive plant components are to be taken to an interim depository at Ahaus, near the city of Münster and near the Dutch border. The group, SOFA Münster, writes in a media release that the Münster District Government (Bezirksregierung Münster) does not reveal from which German nuclear power stations this atomic waste is to come.



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The Condor Meets the Eagles

Haider Rizvi, 30.12.2006 19:34

The Condor Meets the Eagles
Haider Rizvi
UNITED NATIONS, Sep 29 (IPS)- Recent contacts between Bolivian President Evo Morales and leaders of North American native groups have raised new hopes for the indigenous people of North and South America, whose 500-year-old struggle for self-determination has yet to be recognised by the world.
When Morales, Bolivia's first-ever indigenous president, arrived in New York some two weeks ago to attend the United Nations General Assembly session, the first thing he did the very next morning was to request a meeting with the Native sons and daughters of the soil.
He was immediately welcomed with traditional warmth."It was a meeting between the eagle and the condor," Tonya Frichner, founder of the New York-based American Indian Law Alliance, an indigenous rights group, which organised the meeting in collaboration with the U.N. Indigenous Peoples' Forum."It was a very significant meeting in our struggles," she added."For him to honour us by meeting with our traditional leaders is another step in the undeniable presence of indigenous peoples in international advocacy, especially human rights."
Before meeting with the Native American leaders from the Haudenosaunee, Lakota and Cree nations, among others, Morales insisted that the gathering should be small because he wanted to have a "frank and substantive" discussion on the issues shared by the native peoples of the Western hemisphere.
The North American tribal leaders told Morales about how they have been struggling to preserve their identity, resources and rights for generations, and asked what they could do to support the natives of South America.
For his part, Morales, who is an Aymara Indian, emphasised the need for continued contacts between the indigenous people of the hemisphere and stated that the "time has come for resistance to power.""Meeting with you here today obligates me to be even more committed to our Mother Earth," he told his hosts from the North American nations.
Bolivian Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca said when most of the world speaks of freedom, it speaks only of humans."But society must also include freedom for the natural world, the plants, the animals, the water."
In his view,"everything must be a complement to everything else, and this is more than freedom. It is a balance of all life we seek."
Both sides agreed to arrange more meetings between the indigenous people of the South and the North and exchanged invitations for visits.
During his discussions, Morales also took up the issue of the Declaration of the Rights of the World's Indigenous People, which is due to be discussed by the General Assembly this fall for adoption.
to be supportive of him."(END/2006)



The Condor Meets the Eagles

Haider Rizvi, 30.12.2006 19:25

The Condor Meets the Eagles
Haider Rizvi
UNITED NATIONS, Sep 29 (IPS)- Recent contacts between Bolivian President Evo Morales and leaders of North American native groups have raised new hopes for the indigenous people of North and South America, whose 500-year-old struggle for self-determination has yet to be recognised by the world.
When Morales, Bolivia's first-ever indigenous president, arrived in New York some two weeks ago to attend the United Nations General Assembly session, the first thing he did the very next morning was to request a meeting with the Native sons and daughters of the soil.
He was immediately welcomed with traditional warmth."It was a meeting between the eagle and the condor," Tonya Frichner, founder of the New York-based American Indian Law Alliance, an indigenous rights group, which organised the meeting in collaboration with the U.N. Indigenous Peoples' Forum."It was a very significant meeting in our struggles," she added."For him to honour us by meeting with our traditional leaders is another step in the undeniable presence of indigenous peoples in international advocacy, especially human rights."
Before meeting with the Native American leaders from the Haudenosaunee, Lakota and Cree nations, among others, Morales insisted that the gathering should be small because he wanted to have a "frank and substantive" discussion on the issues shared by the native peoples of the Western hemisphere.
The North American tribal leaders told Morales about how they have been struggling to preserve their identity, resources and rights for generations, and asked what they could do to support the natives of South America.
For his part, Morales, who is an Aymara Indian, emphasised the need for continued contacts between the indigenous people of the hemisphere and stated that the "time has come for resistance to power.""Meeting with you here today obligates me to be even more committed to our Mother Earth," he told his hosts from the North American nations.
Bolivian Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca said when most of the world speaks of freedom, it speaks only of humans."But society must also include freedom for the natural world, the plants, the animals, the water."
In his view,"everything must be a complement to everything else, and this is more than freedom. It is a balance of all life we seek."
Both sides agreed to arrange more meetings between the indigenous people of the South and the North and exchanged invitations for visits.
During his discussions, Morales also took up the issue of the Declaration of the Rights of the World's Indigenous People, which is due to be discussed by the General Assembly this fall for adoption.
to be supportive of him."(END/2006)
Despite strong objections from the United States and some of its allies, the declaration has been endorsed by the Geneva-based Human Rights Council, as well as various other U.N agencies. The document, which was put together by the world body's Indigenous Peoples Forum early this year, calls for the governments to recognise the native peoples' right to self-determination and the principle of "prior and informed consent" with regard to development activities on native lands.
Indigenous leaders see the declaration as a turning point in their efforts to put an end to the massive human rights abuses that native peoples around the world have faced for centuries.
Though it is not binding on governments, indigenous leaders hope that it would help increase pressure to observe such universal principles as justice, democracy, respect for human rights and equality.
According to the U.N., there are more than 370 million indigenous peoples in the world, whose participation in the global efforts to preserve the environment and introduce sustainable development is indispensable.
While many U.N. member states seem willing to adopt the declaration as it is, observers say a few countries are likely to push for changes in the language of the text. But indigenous leaders say such efforts are likely to fail."I feel very positive about the outcome from the General Assembly," Frichner, who actively participated in the preparation of the text, told IPS."We have been assured of support from many regions of the world."
The United States, Australia and New Zealand, for example, have consistently opposed the demand for "self-determination" by arguing that it undermines "democratic values". They have also objected to the phrase "prior and informed consent".



The National Association to STOP Guardian Abuse

Jeffrey Golen, 30.12.2006 19:13

JOIN NASGA, a national advocacy and self-help civil rights organization dedicated to the protection of elderly and disabled adults from exploitation by unlawful and abusive court-appointed fiduciaries in private and public guardianship/conservatorship care.



And the Empire Mourned….Dissecting the Big Lie

Jason Miller, 30.12.2006 17:46

Those who remain captive to the Big Lie will spend the next few days mourning the passing of a man who was fortunate to escape the death penalty with which his country is so infatuated. Those same comforting delusions of superiority, entitlement, and invincibility that enable men like Gerald Ford to act with impunity will entice many Americans to continue wearing the intellectual manacles of the Empire.



Premier janvier 2007, l'aube d'un nouveau jour...

Collectif AMO, 30.12.2006 17:07

Appel pour une démarche globale et massive de désobéissance civile pour que l'année 2007 soit celle d'un véritable changement.



New Discussion List for New Left, New Right and Libertarian Debate

American Revolutionary Vanguard/AttacktheSystem.Com, 30.12.2006 14:36

 http://groups.yahoo.com/group/attackthesystem/

Join the Resistance-Attack the System!!

www.attackthesystem.com



Against the repression in Oaxaca, Anti-capitalist class struggle!

IPC, 30.12.2006 11:54

For several months the town of Oaxaca, capital of the Mexican State of the same name, has been the center (of a movement) of important struggles which have undergone (or suffered) repeated attacks by the forces of repression (police, army and paramilitary) with many victims: at the end of November the toll was 22 dead and 34 disappeared.



2006: A Deadly Year For Journalists

Democracy Now!, 30.12.2006 08:18

Frank Smyth A new report from the Committee to Protect Journalists found that at least 55 journalists were killed this year in direct connection to their work. The most violent country was Iraq where 32 journalists lost their lives.



'Australian court orders re-trial on terrorist charges'

David Taylor and Mike Head via sam, 30.12.2006 06:02

To bolster the “war on terror” His re-trial is a warning that the political and media establishment will stop at nothing to try to secure convictions to bolster the “war on terror” and overturn essential protections against official persecution, such as the rules against torture and double jeopardy.



Australian court orders re-trial on terrorist charges

David Taylor and Mike Head via sam, 30.12.2006 06:02

His re-trial is a warning that the political and media establishment will stop at nothing to try to secure convictions to bolster the “war on terror” and overturn essential protections against official persecution, such as the rules against torture and double jeopardy.



Saddam hanging (by Latuff)

Latuff via sam, 30.12.2006 05:33

Saddam hanging Copyleft cartoon by Brazilian cartoonist Latuff.



The execution of Saddam Hussein

the Editorial Board, 30.12.2006 05:29

Subject of a kangaroo court The Iraqi leader was not, however, tried and sentenced under the auspices of a working class tribunal. He was the subject of a kangaroo court established by an occupation regime after the invasion and conquest of Iraq by the United States. In other words, his crimes were judged and the penalty imposed by those guilty of even greater crimes than his own.



''THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH'' IS EXECUTED

Islamic Community Net, 30.12.2006 05:09

The following two excerpts from articles on the execution of Saddam Hussein highlight the real reason for rushing through the execution: to protect dajjal Bush and his henchmen from the exposures that would surely follow had Saddam Hussein been permitted to live.



NYT exposes Eli Lilly lies about Zyprexa

Herb, 30.12.2006 04:52

&quot;Eli Lilly Said to Play Down Risk of Top Pill&quot; "Eli Lilly Said to Play Down Risk of Top Pill"



STOP THE EXECUTION OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN AL-TIKRITI!

John Paul Cupp, 29.12.2006 22:36

Free Saddam Hussein! Free Saddam Hussein!



Award winning Hollywood film producer named as new CEO of the Kensington Academy of film and Television

James Sands, 29.12.2006 20:44

Award winning Holllywood film producer Tyrone Murphy Award winning Hollywood film producer Tyrone Murphy and maker of the award winning Hollywood Graffiti Gown documentary has been named as the new CEO of the prestigious Kensington Academy of film and Television



Award winning Hollywood film producer named as new CEO of the Kensington Academy of film and Television

James Sands, 29.12.2006 20:40

Award winning film roducer Tyrone Murphy Award winning Hollywood film producer Tyrone Murphy and maker of the award winning Hollywood Graffiti Gown documentary has been named as the new CEO of the prestigious Kensington Academy of film and Television



Inditex. No dejes que la explotación femeninda se acumule en tu armario.

Plataforma Antifascista Cartagena, 29.12.2006 19:18

trabajadores inditex Este viernes 29 de diciembre, se ha realizado en Cartagena una protesta en la puerta de Zara, contra la explotación laboral de mujeres y niñas en los países empobrecidos por el imperio INDITEX, propiedad de Amancio Ortega, y poseedora de firmas como Zara, Stradivarius, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka,…



U.S. Constitution Ignored by U.S. Congress

Joel S. Hirschhorn, 29.12.2006 19:10

The U.S. Constitution has a clear provision for the states telling Congress that they want a convention to consider proposing amendments to the Constitution. This was created to fight excessive power by the federal government. But the U.S. Congress has totally ignored such state requests. This makes American democracy a sham.



How to Lose Your House at an Alcohol/Drug Recovery Meeting

Robert Striker, 29.12.2006 13:58

U.S. Police/Agents Can Seize and Forfeit Your House

For What You Say...



The Shortwave Report 12/29/06 ¡Listen Globally!

Dan Roberts, 29.12.2006 12:07

A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Russia, and Cuba.



Angela Davis Speaks Out on Prisons

Democracy Now!, 29.12.2006 09:14

Human Rights Abuses Angela Davis Speaks Out on Prisons and Human Rights Abuses in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina




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