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"You get America out of Iraq and Israel out of Palestine and you'll stop the terrorism." - Cindy Sheehan

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Excited midshipmen catch naps as they wait for more than an hour for their Commander in Chief to deliver an address on the war in Iraq at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, November 30, 2005.

Thu Dec 1, 2:35 PM ET
PARIS - The United States was facing mounting embarrassment as allegations continued to emerge of a shadowy network of both secret prison camps and CIA "torture flights" carrying undeclared detainees through European and other countries.

In the latest such report the British newspaper The Guardian said Thursday it had seen navigation logs showing that more than 300 flights operated by the US Central Intelligence Agency had passed through European airports, as part of a network that could be involved in the clandestine detention and possible torture of terrorism suspects.

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December 2, 2005
PARIS, Dec 2 (AFP) - Aircraft hired by the US Central Intelligence Agency possibly to transport Islamist prisoners have made at least two stopovers in France, in 2002 and 2005, the daily Le Figaro reported Friday.

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Associated Press
Writer Thu Dec 1, 4:20 PM ET
VIENNA, Austria - Two of America's allies in Iraq are withdrawing forces this month and a half-dozen others are debating possible pullouts or reductions, increasing pressure on Washington as calls mount to bring home U.S. troops.

Bulgaria and Ukraine will begin withdrawing their combined 1,250 troops by mid-December. If Australia, Britain, Italy, Japan, Poland and South Korea reduce or recall their personnel, more than half of the non-American forces in Iraq could be gone by next summer.

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December 1, 2005
Yesterday, President Bush claimed that Iraqi security forces "primarily led" the assault on the city of Tal Afar. Bush highlighted it as an "especially clear" sign of the progress Iraq security forces were making in Iraq.

The progress of the Iraqi forces is especially clear when the recent anti-terrorist operations in Tal Afar are compared with last year's assault in Fallujah. In Fallujah, the assault was led by nine coalition battalions made up primarily of United States Marines and Army - with six Iraqi battalions supporting them…This year in Tal Afar, it was a very different story. The assault was primarily led by Iraqi security forces - 11 Iraqi battalions, backed by five coalition battalions providing support.

TIME Magazine reporter Michael Ware, who is embedded with the U.S. troops in Iraq who participated in the Tal Afar battle, appeared on Anderson Cooper yesterday. He said Bush's description was completely untrue:

I was in that battle from the very beginning to the very end. I was with Iraqi units right there on the front line as they were battling with al Qaeda. They were not leading. They were being led by the U.S. green beret special forces with them.

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Justin Raimondo
2 Dec 2005
There is no real need for a line-by-line analysis of the speech delivered yesterday by the Trotskyite-in-chief: a succinct summary will suffice. The president's response to the polls, which show overwhelming opposition to the Iraq war, is: screw you. To those Republican members of Congress who rightly fear for their seats as election day approaches, a similar message of disdain has been delivered. It's "victory or death" – the death of the GOP, that is, which is likely to lose control of the Senate, or the House of Representatives, and quite possibly both. In this, our president resembles those suicide bombers who are wreaking havoc in Iraq: he is willing to go down in flames, supremely indifferent that innocents are consumed in the resulting conflagration.

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Comment: From Political Ponerology: The following question thus suggests itself: what happens if the network of understandings among psychopaths achieves power in leadership positions with international exposure? This can happen, especially during the later phases of the phenomenon. Goaded by their character, such people thirst for just that even though it would conflict with their own life interest… They do not understand that a catastrophe would ensue. Germs are not aware that they will be burned alive or buried deep in the ground along with the human body whose death they are causing.

By Patrick Martin
29 November 2005
Michael Scanlon, a Republican political operative, publicist and former press spokesman for House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, pled guilty November 21 to conspiring with lobbyist Jack Abramoff to bribe a Republican congressman and cheat several American Indian tribes out of tens of millions of dollars.

Scanlon's guilty plea-and even more his agreement to cooperate fully with federal prosecutors and testify against former colleagues-has sent a chill through Republican ranks and raised the prospect of numerous indictments, convictions and jail terms for congressmen and congressional staffers as well as Bush administration officials involved in the rampant corruption of official Washington.

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John Nichols
1 Dec 2005
The Nation
The burgeoning controversy surrounding Jack Abramoff, a conservative lobbyist whose Washington ties stretched deep into the Bush White House and the Republican Capitol, has yet to gain anywhere near the media attention accorded the CIA Plamegate leak investigation or DeLay's indictment. Yet with the bank fraud indictment of Abramoff now part of a Florida grand jury inquiry and the guilty plea by Michael Scanlon, a former DeLay aide who became Abramoff's partner, on charges of conspiring to bribe a Congressman, the scandal is creating headaches for Republicans--and opportunities for Democrats to turn a national scandal into political pay dirt.

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Nov 29, 2005 6:21 pm US/Pacific
SUN VALLEY, CA. - Japanese quails suffering from a low pathogenic strain of bird flu were discovered in a Sun Valley quail farm.

The Bureau of Humane Law Enforcement, a non-governmental, nonprofit organization devoted to defending animals, began investigating conditions at the now-defunct L.A. Quail Farm earlier this year.

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By Lewa Pardomuan
Fri Dec 2, 2005 3:39 AM ET
SINGAPORE - Gold rose to as high as $505 an ounce in Asia on Friday, its highest level since February 1983, and looked likely to rise further as fund buying resurfaced despite fears of year-end liquidation.

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By Malcolm Moore
Economics Correspondent
As Gordon Brown prepares to deliver his verdict on the economy in next week's pre-Budget report, two surveys painted a dismal picture of the state of the high street and factories.

The CBI said retailers are suffering the biggest slump its 22-year-old review has ever recorded. Sales plunged in November, compared with last year, and hopes for Christmas have dimmed.

December 2, 2005
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is likely to close five plants that employ about 7,500 workers, or about 6 percent of the company's North American work force, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Citing two people familiar with Ford's (Research) product plans, the paper said the company was likely to shut assembly plants in St. Louis, Atlanta and St. Paul, Minn., as well as an engine-parts plant in Windsor, Ontario, and a truck-assembly plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico.

By Emily Kaiser
Thu Dec 1, 2005 2:12 PM ET
CHICAGO - Some 56 percent of U.S. consumers think Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is bad for America, according to a Zogby International poll released on Thursday by one of the retailer's most vocal critics.

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Last Updated Fri, 02 Dec 2005 05:35:06 EST
CBC News
Employees at a Quebec Wal-Mart store that closed after a successful union drive were spied upon by undercover security guards, according to an investigation by Radio-Canada.

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By Andrew Jack in London
Financial Times
December 2 2005 02:00
The World Health Organisation yesterday became the largest international employer to ban the hiring of smokers in an effort to promote its public health campaign against tobacco use.

In a memo circulated to its 8,000 staff this week, the WHO stressed that it had "a responsibility to ensure that this [its campaign] is reflected in all its work, including recruitment practices".

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by Alex Sholem
Thursday 1st of December 2005
Anti-Israel politician George Galloway came under fire yet again this week after he told an Arab television interviewer that Zionists control the media.

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Excerpt from the Preface to "The Culture of Critique"
by Kevin MacDonald
Department of Psychology
CSU-Long Beach
Jewish movements opposing European domination of the U.S. focused on three critical areas of power: The academic world of information in the social sciences and humanities, the political world where public policy on immigration and other ethnic issues are decided, and the mass media where 'ways of seeing' are presented to the public. CofC focused on the first two of these sources of power, but little attention was given to the mass media except where it served to promote Jewish intellectual or political movements, as in the case of psychoanalysis. This lack of attention to the cultural influence of the mass media is a major gap. The following represents only a partial and preliminary discussion.

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Click on the following for ordering info from the publisher ($22.50). The book is also available at Amazon ($27.95), or Barnes & Noble ($27.95).

Last Updated Fri, 02 Dec 2005 08:59:04 EST
CBC News
China continues to practice torture, although it has become less prevalent in large cities, according to a UN investigator who managed to enter several prisons.

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By Stephen Castle in Brussels
The Independent
Published: 02 December 2005
Murielle Degauque was, by all accounts, a normal child. A typical girl next door, you might say. True, as a teenager growing up in southern Belgium, she dabbled in drugs and preferred boys to books. But there was nothing to indicate that she would become the first Western woman to launch a suicide bomb attack in the name of jihad when she blew herself up in Iraq last month.

"She was absolutely normal as a kid," said Jeannine Samain, who lives a few doors down from the Degauque family home in Monceau-sur-Sambre.

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2 December 2005
A strong earthquake rocked northern Japan on Friday, the meteorological agency said. No tsunami warning was issued.

The quake with preliminary magnitude 6.4 struck at 10:17 p.m. and was centered off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, according to the agency.

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Staff Writer
Lebanon Daily News (PA)
McGee knew eerie details about the case, details not released to the public. She said she knew he collected black rotary telephones, but only one was connected. Police found his living quarters cluttered with old phones.

She knew the two men had shared a meal. When Zechman took her to the murder scene, a pan full of congealed meat sat rotting on the stove.

Zechman knew the prime suspect, Robert Wise, a friend of the victim, had contacts around the two beach towns. Based on McGee's vision, he called the authorities in both Rehoboth, Del., and Ocean City, Md. Sure enough, within a few weeks, Rehoboth police found Wise sleeping in the back seat of Arnold's car, parked in a shopping center in the seaside town.

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Jeannette Walls
Dec. 1, 2005
Britney Spears is reportedly looking to powers beyond to solve her marital woes. She's said to have consulted a psychic.

Comment: Like anybody cares? Well, sorry, lost our head! Yeah, a lot of people care about Britney Spears' marriage. But nobody cares about the deaths in Iraq; nobody cares about Crop Circles; nobody cares about the possibility that we are heading into an ice age. It is, indeed, a shallow, hysterical civilization and the falling darkness will separate the real from the false.

By Joanna Glasner
02:00 AM Nov. 30, 2005
wired news
When seeking the source of a mysterious malaise, few people would think to blame ions trapped in their mattress coils or cyclotronic resonance from the electrical system.

But if they did, they'd find products already on the market to allay their symptoms.

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Comment: Wonder why it's a "tipoff when you see lots of testimonials?" Marketing that relies on "subjective claims?" Just because scientists don't know how things work doesn't mean they don't work. We aren't saying they DO work, but no reason to not try them if you have a problem and science or medicine don't have a solution for you.

Taiwan Headlines
2 Dec 2005
All of his followers testified to offering money to Sung out of their belief in his power to bring them peace of mind or solve supernatural problems.

The judges argued that law enforcement agencies should not attempt to prove or disprove self-proclaimed supernatural powers to determine whether a religious leader is guilty of fraud.

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December 2, 2005

Boise Weekly
30 Nov 2005
If you've ever wanted to instantly become the world's leading crop circle expert, here's your chance. The current champ, Colin Andrews, is broke and trying to auction off his massive 20-plus-year collection of Crop Circle research material at eBay.

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Comment: Looks like the PTB have prevailed: they have so marginalized Crop Circle Research that it has come to this. One of the most profound and amazing phenomena of our time, and nobody cares. What will happen to a civilization when God speaks, and nobody listens?

ABC News (Reuters)
1 Dec 2005
Scientists have cast doubt on the age of footprints discovered in Mexico, which suggested humans had arrived in the Americas 30,000 years earlier than previously thought.

The fossilised footprints discovered two years ago in volcanic ash near Puebla, Mexico were thought to be 40,000 years old, but researchers in the United States and Mexico who visited the site and collected samples came to a different conclusion.

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Comment: From Encyclopedia Brittanica: method of determining the time of origin of rocks by measuring the ratio of radioactive argon to radioactive potassium in the rock. This dating method is based upon the decay of radioactive potassium-40 to radioactive argon-40 in minerals and rocks; potassium-40 also decays to calcium-40. Thus, the ratio of argon-40 and potassium-40 and radiogenic calcium-40 to potassium-40 in a mineral or rock is a measure of the age of the sample. The calcium-potassium age method is seldom used, however, because of the great abundance of nonradiogenic calcium in minerals or rocks, which masks the presence of radiogenic calcium. On the other hand, the abundance of argon in the Earth is relatively small because of its escape to the atmosphere during processes associated with volcanism.

The potassium-argon dating method has been used to measure a wide variety of ages. The potassium-argon age of some meteorites is as old as 4,500,000,000 years, and volcanic rocks as young as 20,000 years old have been measured by this method.

Rex Dalton
30 Nov 2005
Marks that were hailed as the earliest traces of humans in the Americas may not be what they seem. A dating study puts the age of the volcanic ash in which the indentations were found at 1.3 million years, which casts fatal doubt on the theory that they are footprints.

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Comment: Tim White, a palaeoanthropologist at the University of California, Berkeley, says Gonzalez's previous evidence "is not sufficient to convince me they are footprints"...

Galileo insisted that the Earth revolved around the Sun and got into hot water for it, but today, he is revered as one of the most important scientists in history. Strange thing, that.

Laura Knight-Jadczyk
Excerpted from The Secret History of The World
The most widely used method for determining the age of fossils is to date them by the "known age" of the rock strata in which they are found. At the same time, the most widely used method for determining the age of the rock strata is to date them by the "known age" of the fossils they contain. In this "circular dating" method, all ages are based on uniformitarian assumptions about the date and order in which fossilized plants and animals are believed to have evolved.

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Comment: So, when scientists say "footprints are too old to be human," that is a subjective opinion.

Richard Owen
The Times (UK)
December 02, 2005
For some protesters the focus is Mount Musine, known as the "Magic Mountain" because of its supposed occult powers and magnetic currents. ...

The dark, bare mountain is also associated with Celtic rites, and is the site of frequent alleged UFO sightings. A more practical objection is that tunnelling through the mountain will release both asbestos and uranium, endangering the health both of the workers and local residents....

The Green Party, which forms part of the centre-left opposition, widely tipped to defeat Signor Berlusconi in April's election, said that it would seek alternative solutions if the Left came to power.

"There is an existing railway which could simply be upgraded," a Green spokesman said.

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