Sunday, January 31, 2010 12:31
agency calls for global cyberwarfare treaty, ‘driver’s license’
for Web users
The world needs a treaty to prevent cyber attacks becoming an all-out
war, the head of the main UN communications and technology agency warned
Support Needed To Keep Propaganda Matrix Online
climate change panel based claims on student dissertation and magazine
The United Nations’ expert panel on climate change based claims
about ice disappearing from the world’s mountain tops on a student’s
dissertation and an article in a mountaineering magazine.
climate change boss uses car AND driver to travel one mile to office…
(but he says YOU should use public transport)
time for the tumbrils
pledging to ‘reverse’ their spread, Obama increases nuclear
“I have embraced the vision of John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan
through a strategy that reverses the spread of [nuclear] weapons, and
seeks a world without them,” President Barack Obama claimed during
his first State of the Union speech.
to Send More Special Forces Troops to Yemen
steps up arms sales to Persian Gulf allies
chief was told of false glacier claims before Copenhagen The chairman of the leading climate change watchdog
was informed that claims about melting Himalayan glaciers were false
before the Copenhagen summit, The Times has learnt.
Americans pretty clueless about politics, world
Only one in four Americans know how many votes a Senate filibuster requires.
One in three know the name of the chairman of the Republican Party.
One in two know the Democratic leader of the US Senate.
suspends military ties with US
China suspends military exchanges with the US and threatens to impose
sanctions on US arms companies over a Washington decision to sell weapons
unforgiven, Blair says: ‘I’d do it again’
Tony Blair was branded a murderer and liar last night after he ended
his historic appearance before the Iraq inquiry with a blank refusal
to voice regrets over toppling Saddam Hussein.
Drops Plan for a 9/11 Trial in New York City
The Obama administration on Friday gave up on its plan to try the Sept.
11 plotters in Lower Manhattan, bowing to almost unanimous pressure
from New York officials and business leaders to move the terrorism trial
snoopers question five-year-olds on home life
Children as young as five are being told to fill in Big Brother-style
forms which let councils snoop on intimate details about their home
Year Old Business Harrassed For Cutting Cedar Trees on Private Property Austin News report details business owner’s
Melinda Gates Pledge $10 Billion for Vaccines Bill and Melinda Gates said their foundation will commit $10
billion over the next decade to help develop vaccines for the world’s
poorest countries, a project that may save the lives of 8.7 million
‘plan attack on Britain with bombs INSIDE their bodies’
to foil new airport scanners
Britain is facing a new Al Qaeda terror threat from suicide ‘body
bombers’ with explosives surgically inserted inside them.
chief likely to give evidence to Chilcot inquiry behind closed doors
Crucial evidence to the Iraq inquiry by Sir Richard Dearlove, the
head of MI6 at the time of the 2003 invasion, is likely to be heard
gasps from the gallery, Blair said we should be proud of the war
War Inquiry: We STILL think Blair lied, say 8 out of 10
Russia tried to exacerbate US financial crisis
Russian interests attempted to force the U.S. government bailout
of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by selling off its holdings in the
two entities in 2008, then urging China to do the same, according
to former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.
and Scott Brown Are 10th Cousins
Reporting from Washington – President Obama has found another
long-lost cousin: Scott Brown, the Republican state senator from
Massachusetts who won the Senate seat long held by the late Sen.
Edward M. Kennedy.
of Bush torture memos to be cleared of misconduct
The men who advised former President Bush to waterboard detainees
and deprive them of sleep will be cleared of charges of professional
misconduct by a Justice Department ethics report.
protest in Tokyo against U.S. military presence in Japan
Thousands of protesters from across Japan marched today in Tokyo
to protest against U.S. military presence on Okinawa, while a Cabinet
minister said she would fight to get rid of a marine base Washington
in favour of paying global tax
Some of the world’s most prominent bankers have come out in
favour of a global bank wind-down fund, a concession from the industry
after weeks of fighting proposals for new taxes in the US and Europe.
‘Nobel Peace Prize-winner Barack Obama ups spending on nuclear
weapons to even more than George Bush’
President Obama is planning to increase spending on America’s
nuclear weapons stockpile just days after pledging to try to rid
the world of them.
Only Way to Get Money Out of Politics
Last week’s Supreme Court ruling striking down the ban on
corporate and union spending at election time is both a blessing
and a curse.
clocks 15 bank failures so far in 2010
Six more U.S. banks were seized on Friday as regulators continue
to close the doors of banks struggling to cope with fallout from
the financial crisis.
Alito Was Right
Despite claims made by the president, last week’s Supreme
Court opinion on campaign finance specifically excludes foreign
nationals and foreign-owned corporations from its ruling.
Another Phony Bin Laden Tape
Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
Dec. 3: Søren
Dreier - $25
Nov 13: Charles McCreary - $5
Nov. 3: Lynda LeCompte - $15
Jul. 13: Gregory Seabrooke - $100
Jun. 24: David Kwon - $50