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Re: Vad de har förstört i Irak....I demokratins anda!


Iraq = Gazaremsan i Palestina på export österut.

Posted on: 2008/3/14 13:53
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BUSH will suspend the election?


http://mparent7777-2.blogspot.com/200 ... hat-might-not-happen.html

Friday, March 7, 2008
The Election That Might Not Happen
CommonDreams.org


Published on Thursday, March 6, 2008


by Betsy Hartmann
It’s springtime in American politics. It’s only early March, but there’s a giddy, hopeful feeling to this election season, a sense that new leadership is blossoming. We could have a Democrat in the White House next year. But winter isn’t over yet and we need to balance our hope with a little fear. In 2000 Bush and Cheney stole the election in Florida. In 2004 they played dirty tricks in Ohio. In 2008 could they go one step further — and suspend the election altogether?

The necessary architecture may already be in place. On May 4 last year, the White House issued the National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive, key parts of which remain classified and hence shrouded from public view. The directive outlines procedures to respond to a “catastrophic emergency,” defined broadly as “any incident, regardless of location, that results in extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely affecting the U.S. population, infrastructure, environment, economy, or government functions.” Of course previous administrations also had emergency plans. But the Bush directive transfers power from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to the White House, where the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism is assigned the job of “National Continuity Coordinator”.

The unclassified part of the directive reveals little about who would have the authority to invoke emergency powers during a catastrophe. Nor does it refer to existing laws, such as the National Emergencies Act, that establish congressional checks on the executive’s power to impose martial law or other extraordinary measures. Its wording is ambiguous - the directive shall be implemented “consistent with applicable law,” without making clear which laws are “applicable”. “The Bush legal team has pushed a controversial theory that the Constitution gives the president an unwritten power to disobey laws at his own discretion to protect national security,” writes Charlie Savage in the Boston Globe. He quotes legal specialists who describe the vagueness of the new directive as “troubling”.

Also troubling is the Department of Homeland Security’s $385 million contract awarded to Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg, Brown and Root in January 2006 to build temporary detention facilities. According to a Halliburton press release, the contract provides for augmenting existing immigration detention facilities in the event of “an emergency influx of immigrants into the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs.” It also includes the development of a plan “to react to a national emergency, such as a national disaster.” Construction would commence only after an “emergency” is declared. While immigrants appear to be the main target, one cannot rule out the possibility that the detention centers could be used as holding pens for dissidents during a proclaimed emergency. Recent crackdowns on illegal immigrants have included military-style night raids on homes and factories. Are we getting softened up for the expansion of police state tactics?

But perhaps the most important card the Bush administration holds in its deck is a stacked conservative majority on the Supreme Court. In 2000 the Court turned a blind eye to the theft of Al Gore’s electoral victory in Florida. Should we expect better today? Just last month the Court refused to review the ACLU’s legal challenge to the Bush administration’s warrantless electronic surveillance program. Can we depend on the Court to challenge emergency rule and a suspension of elections?

Even with this architecture in place, the Bush administration would need a trigger to declare a state of emergency. One can imagine several possible scenarios:

War with Iran - unfortunately, not so far-fetched. The National Intelligence Estimate released in December concluded that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program back in 2003. But when have Bush and Cheney ever based their foreign policy decisions on evidence? Moreover, the most important reason they want to attack Iran is to control the flow of oil through the Persian Gulf, nukes or no nukes.

The assassination of a presidential candidate. Obama evokes memories of JFK and Martin Luther King. The bullet could come from a lone racist, a terrorist, or an agent of a state. The threat is real. The Secret Service knows it and so should we.

A terrorist strike, on the scale of 9/11 or worse. Again, not so far-fetched. Bush and Cheney have been Osama bin Laden’s greatest recruiters, making the U.S. appear to be the enemy of millions across the world. Al Qaeda may consider that regime change in the U.S. is not in their interest.

With the right spin, any of these events might be construed as a “catastrophic emergency.”

These worst-case scenarios probably will not come to pass. We’ll probably all be able to sleep peacefully in our beds in the early hours of November 5, after watching the election results on TV. The value of worst-case scenarios lies not in their accurate prediction of events, but rather in what they tell us about the risks we face. We shouldn’t let hope make us naïve. We need to be alert, our vision razor-sharp. The price of liberty is eternal vigilance. It could be the price of elections, too. Let’s not count our spring flowers before they bloom.

Betsy Hartmann’s latest book is the political thriller Deadly Election. A longstanding activist in the international women’s health movement, she lives in Amherst, MA where she teaches and directs the Population and Development Program at Hampshire College. Her other books include Reproductive Rights and Wrongs and the novel The Truth About Fire about neo-Nazis in the American heartland. See www.BetsyHartmann.com.

Posted on: 2008/3/13 14:05
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Re: Har leksaksindustrin hunnit ikapp vapenindustrin???


jepp en Railgun, har nog funnits i 20 bast!

Posted on: 2008/3/13 14:02
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Queens Butler Linked to Vampire Cult


http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=3137

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The discovery at the Jersey care home of Haut De La Garenne, of human bone fragments, have instigated a thorough search of the building by Chief Officer Lenny Harper for more bodies.

Almost 200 children who had spent time in the home had complained of various abuses but mainly sexual by a hard core of up to 25 staff, who previous occupants claim implemented their own search 5 years ago, to take away body parts, they also claim authorities covered up the abuses for many years to not damage the islands tourist trade.

The latest count is 4 secret rooms ...........

Posted on: 2008/3/13 13:41
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European Union is an 'Empire'


Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, tells journalists that he likes to compare the European Union to a "non-imperial empire." and Marggot Wallström sais that you have to be French or a genious to understand it's construction. Watch now: Barroso: European Union is an 'Empire' (Video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I8M1T-GgRU&feature=related

Posted on: 2008/3/13 13:15
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Re: Betrayed! Letter From Leo Zagami


Han verkar korkad, gnäller om sin unge, undrar hur han känner för de ungar de offrar i P2, i sina ritualer!

Han ger upp sin religion, vet han inte att alla religioner är frimurare konstruktioner?

Posted on: 2008/3/13 12:40
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Re: Den nya "elmätaren" innehåller strålning


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scofield99 skrev:
Att skärma av microvågor är nog omöjligt om man skall kunna leva ett någorlunda normalt liv.


Ordet tinfoil-hat är naturligtvis lösningen på problemet.

Brahmerna i Indien för tusentals år sedan använde hjälmar av koppar for att skydda sig under krig. ELF och WLF vågor antagligast. Allt enligt Tsarion. Dom bodde ikoppargruvor ochså.

Wikhall: som jag sa, koppar är det man använder i faraday burar, inte stål, om stål var lika bra, varfor används då koppar, WIKIPEDIA är ju knappast en vetenskaplig källa?

Har du belägg för att faraday burar byggs av kanin burar?

Jag säger att det inte funkar, kan du visa att det funkar?

Posted on: 2008/3/11 17:49
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Re: New Yorks guvernör i prostitutionshärva


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InBlood_I_Trust skrev:
Alltid lika kul när folk sätter sej på höga hCstar.

Antar att han gjorde nåt hans mästare inte gillade, dog bites hand.

eller tror ni han verkligen försökte göra nåt åt korruptionen? Känns som man inte kan komma så långt som han gjort utan att vara köpt.


Sex används som utpressning i Usa, man filmar politiker, och utpressar dem sedan, Bill Clinton fick ju sig en släng av den smeten ochså, själklart gjorde han nåt som inte var bra for makten, annars vill de ju inte nita honom? Inte många kan ha känt till vad han höll på med...

Posted on: 2008/3/11 16:51
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Re: Den nya "elmätaren" innehåller strålning


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wikhall skrev:
Det räcker med vanligt stålnät för kaninburar.

www.wikhall.com/debatt


Vad har du för belägg för det, faraday burar byggs bara av metallen koppar, eftersom koppars atomstruktur är det som stoppar EM-strålningen.

Posted on: 2008/3/11 16:45
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Re: Den nya "elmätaren" innehåller strålning


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scofield99 skrev:
De verkar vara svåra att avskärma också.


http://www.endtimesreport.com/faraday_cages.html


When Einstein and the others first refined and purified uranium, they took time off and studied its properties. That is when they discovered the "rays" that were harmful, as well as the phase transformations. In the course of their work, one of the scientists discovered that simply covering an object with a grounded copper mesh would stop virtually all electromagnetic radiation, whether proton or neutron. Obviously, they had to protect their monitoring equipment! Thus was born the "Faraday cage."

The copper mesh, like 1 inch chicken wire, worked well in large uses, like covering buildings, and it is still in use today: FEMA headquarters buildings are dome-shaped earth-bermed structures, and under the earth is a copper mesh that extends out from the base and is secured by grounding rods.

As an Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) travels to earth, whether from a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) or a nuclear detonation in the atmosphere, it hits and runs along electrical power lines as well, building up voltage and amperage, which is what happened during the last solar storm a dozen years ago, blowing out transformers and leaving 6 million people in eastern Canada without power for weeks.


To prevent that problem, if you have a hard-wired generator, the wiring from the generator to the house should run in conduit that is grounded. The generator itself can have the frame grounded for added insurance, but that ground wire MUST be insulated and run to a different ground rod well away from the ground rod for building and conduit! See the article on EMP and various grounding techniques for electrical appliances, plus grounding metal sheds for generators.

"Electric fields travel in straight lines, unless bent by other fields. Theoretically, the bottom of a cage doesn’t need to be closed. If someone could offer me actual EMP test data that an open bottom is OK, I’d consider believing it. However, if you’re in an area of high ionization, the field could bend around. Complete enclosure is the best technical solution.

"Faraday cage material: Electric fields are best conducted by materials that conduct electric current the best – silver is #1 and copper is #2. Aluminum is ~60% of copper. Iron/steel is farther down the scale. Aluminum is a good poor man’s foil against EMP; double wrap it to be safe. I prefer copper foil." Ikstrums, Sept. 2, 2005

Posted on: 2008/3/11 10:34
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