US troops in convoy kill Iraqi civilian driver

US troops in convoy kill Iraqi civilian driver --Slow to turn on headlights, so USociopaths open fire 28 Nov 2010 U.S. troops who thought they were under attack [!?!] killed an Iraqi airport employee Sunday as he drove near a military convoy on his way to work, officials said. The driver, identified by colleagues as Baghdad International Airport worker Karim Obaid Bardan, failed to heed repeated signals to slow down or turn on his headlights as he neared the military convoy, said U.S. and Iraqi security officials. [If you lived in Iraq, you'd be insane to *not* want to be a freedom fighter! Can I say that? Oops - I just did!]

Iraq: Airport closed after U.S. troops kill engineer near checkpoint

Iraq: Airport closed after U.S. troops kill engineer near checkpoint 28 Nov 2010 Iraqi employees of Baghdad International Airport shut down the facility for two hours to protest the killing of an Iraqi engineer by American soldiers near a checkpoint, an airline official told Babylon & Beyond. An engineer named Karim Obaid Bardan was shot dead in his car after he allegedly failed to stop or slow down as he neared a checkpoint before dawn Sunday morning, a U.S. military spokesman told the Associated Press.

'US needs tension to stay in Korea'

'US needs tension to stay in Korea' 29 Nov 2010 The US government is after tensions between North and South Koreas to have a justification for maintaining presence on the peninsula near its strategic rivals, a Koreas expert says. "The United States wants to keep a base on the Korean Peninsula and really the only basis for staying there would be if North and South Korea are at each other's throat," Ella Rule from the Communist Party of Great Britain said on Sunday. "If there is peace in Korea there will be no excuse for the United States to remain on the peninsula from where it has a foothold in his rivalries in China and Russia," she added in her interview with Press TV.

Pakistani to sue CIA over drone attacks

Pakistani to sue CIA over drone attacks 29 Nov 2010 A Pakistani tribesman says he will sue President Barack Obama's administration and CIA officials for killing his son and brother in a non-UN-sanctioned strike. Karim Khan's relatives were slain in an unsanctioned US drone attack in North Waziristan tribal district, back in 2009. Now, he says he will file a lawsuit and ask for compensation. "That drone attack killed my son, my brother and a local man. We are not terrorists, we are common citizens," Khan told a news conference in Islamabad.

Fire at Mosque of Man Caught in Sting

Fire at Mosque of Man Caught in Sting 29 Nov 2010 Someone set fire to an Islamic center on Sunday, two days after a man [Mohamed Osman Mohamud] who worshipped there was accused of trying being drawn into the FBI's plan to blow up a van full of explosives during Portland's Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The fire at the Salman Al-Farisi Islamic Center in Corvallis was reported at 2:15 a.m., and evidence at the scene led authorities to believe it was set intentionally, said Carla Pusateri, a fire prevention officer for the Corvallis Fire Department.

Spooks and soldiers seconded to examine secret cables

Spooks and soldiers seconded to examine secret cables 30 Nov 2010 A taskforce of Australian soldiers, spies and officials has been formed to pore over 250,000 US files being published by WikiLeaks. The Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, said he had instructed the federal police to investigate the organisation's co-founder, Julian Assange, an Australian citizen. The taskforce was formed yesterday, on the first day of what is expected to be weeks of drip-fed releases of confidential files from US embassies around the world, given to WikiLeaks this year.

Obama administration gives billions in stimulus money without environmental safeguards

Obama administration gives billions in stimulus money without environmental safeguards 29 Nov 2010 In the name of job creation [?] and clean energy [!], The Obama administration has doled out about $2 billion in stimulus money to some of the nation's biggest polluters while granting them exemptions from a basic form of environmental oversight, a Center for Public Integrity investigation has found. The administration has awarded more than 179,000 "categorical exclusions" to stimulus projects funded by federal agencies, freeing the projects from review under the National Environmental Policy Act, or NEPA. [Primary Obusha in 2012!]

Iranian nuclear scientist 'killed by Mossad or the CIA'

Iranian nuclear scientist 'killed by Mossad or the CIA' 29 Nov 2010 A leading Iranian nuclear scientist was killed and a colleague injured in coordinated attacks blamed by the regime on the Israeli spy agency, Mossad, or the CIA. Men riding motorcycles stuck magnet-bombs on the two men's car windscreens, police said. The interior ministry blamed "agents of the global arrogance", a regular term for the United States. Iran's state media drew a link with a speech by the head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, last month in which he said "intelligence-led operations" had to be used to disrupt Iran's nuclear programme. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said: "One can undoubtedly see the hands of Israel and Western governments in the assassination." [One usually can.]

Denver Airport Underground Base and Weird Murals

Denver Airport Underground Base and Weird Murals By anomalies-unlimited --African woman in colorful native garb; a Native American woman who's heritage the airport's art supposedly celebrates; a blonde girl with cupid bow lips, a Star of David on her chest and a bible in her hands. Each lay dead in open coffins for your viewing pleasure. A burning city, children sleeping on piles of bricks, a line of mourning women in rags with dead babies, limp in their arms. A huge, looming military figure in a gas mask brandishes a sword and machine gun. Part of an actual note written by a child interred in a Nazi death camp. Strange words embedded in the floor with no explanation about what they mean. Welcome to Denver International Airport!

US diplomats spied on UN leadership

US diplomats spied on UN leadership --Diplomats ordered to gather intelligence on Ban Ki-moon --Secret directives sent to more than 30 US embassies --Call for DNA data, computer passwords and terrorist links 28 Nov 2010 Washington is running a secret intelligence campaign targeted at the leadership of the United Nations, including the secretary general, Ban Ki-moon and the permanent security council representatives from China, Russia, France and the UK. A classified directive which appears to blur the line between diplomacy and spying was issued to US diplomats under Hillary Clinton's name in July 2009, demanding forensic technical details about the communications systems used by top UN officials, including passwords and personal encryption keys used in private and commercial networks for official communications. It called for detailed biometric information "on key UN officials, to include undersecretaries, heads of specialised agencies and their chief advisers, top SYG [secretary general] aides, heads of peace operations and political field missions, including force commanders..."

Israel gets a pass in new 'Wikileaks' - Focus is on Iran

Israel gets a pass in new 'Wikileaks' - Focus is on Iran By kenny's sideshow 28 Nov 2010 Julian Assange said the release of classified US documents will cover "every major issue" in the world while Benjamin Netanyahu said material concerning Israel will not be the focal point of a new exposé by the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks. "Israel is not the center of international attention" declared a confident Netanyahu. You can't have it both ways fellows. Israel does stand at the center of every major issue in the middle east and in manipulating U.S. foreign policy. There will be nothing new revealed about the crimes of Israel but plenty about their 'enemies.' U.S. spying is featured but Israeli spying seems to be missing.

WikiLeaks: Saudi King: Use Force to Surgically Implant Microchips in Guantanamo Detainees

WikiLeaks: Saudi King: Use Force to Surgically Implant Microchips in Guantanamo Detainees 28 Nov 2010 King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia told a senior White House official to consider surgically implanting homing devices under Guantanamo Bay detainees’ skin. That’s one of the many potentially embarrassing comments from diplomatic back rooms now being made public by WikiLeaks. During a March 2009 meeting with John Brennan, President Obama’s closest counterterrorism adviser, Abdullah proposed shooting electronic chips into the residual Guantanamo population, "allowing their movements to be tracked with Bluetooth." Abdullah appears to have come up with the idea on the fly during their meeting -- "I’ve just thought of something," the cable quotes him saying -- and considered forced subcutaneous chip implantation uncontroversial, since it’s already "done with horses and falcons." Brennan appears to have gingerly waved him off: "[H]orses don’t have good lawyers," he replied...

Graham says he has the votes to keep KSM terror trial at Guantanamo Bay

Graham says he has the votes to keep KSM terror trial at Guantanamo Bay 28 Nov 2010 Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Sunday that he believes he has the votes to keep professed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed from being tried in a U.S. civilian court. The senator said on "Fox News Sunday" he believed in an "all of the above" approach to trying terror suspects that could utilize civilian courts and military tribunals, but said he would do "everything in my power" to keep Mohammed and 9/11 co-conspirators [patsies] from being tried in a civilian court.

Blast 'kills top Iran nuclear scientist,' Israel blamed

Blast 'kills top Iran nuclear scientist,' Israel blamed 29 Nov 2010 Twin blasts in Iran's capital killed a prominent nuclear scientist and wounded another on Monday, said state media reports that promptly accused Israeli agents on motorbikes of attaching the bombs to their cars. "In a criminal terrorist act, the agents of the Zionist regime attacked two prominent university professors who were on their way to work," the website of Iran's state television network reported, referring to archfoe Israel. "Dr. Majid Shahriari was killed and his wife was injured. Dr. Fereydoon Abbasi and his wife were injured," the report said.

WikiLeaks exposé: Saudis told U.S. 'Cut off the head of the snake' on Iran

WikiLeaks exposé: Saudis told U.S. 'Cut off the head of the snake' on Iran --Diplomatic cables to U.S. officials quote leaders of mainly Sunni Arab states urging Iranian nuclear program be stopped 'by whatever means necessary'. 29 Nov 2010 King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia repeatedly exhorted the United States to "cut off the head of the snake" by launching military strikes to destroy Iran's nuclear program, according to leaked U.S. diplomatic cables. A copy of the cable dated April 20, 2008, was published in the New York Times website on Sunday after being released by the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks.

Government ready to cut terror detention limit

Government ready to cut terror detention limit 29 Nov 2010 The Coalition government is preparing to cut the limit for terrorism suspects to be held before charge to 14 days -- against the advice of senior lawyers -- it can be disclosed. It is understood the change will replace the current 28-day limit with a 14-day limit which will be accompanied by strict bail conditions for a further 14 days, similar to control orders [the system of curfews under which terrorism suspects are electronically tagged].

Experts predict more terror plots in U.S.

As long as the FBI is a busy little bomb-supplying bee: Experts predict more terror plots in U.S. 29 Nov 2010 Americans should expect more homegrown terrorist plots false flags such as the foiled attempt by a Somalia-born university student to bomb downtown Portland, Ore., security analysts say. So far, "we keep getting lucky," says retired Air Force colonel Randall Larsen, the chief executive officer of the WMD Terrorism Research Center. However, he says, sooner or later, that luck will run out: "We just can't get them all." [Just tell the FBI to stop supplying bombs to would-be 'terrorists'-- problem solved! --LRP]

A billion people will lose their homes due to rising global temperatures, says report

A billion people will lose their homes due to rising global temperatures, says report --British scientists will warn Cancún summit that entire nations could be flooded 28 Nov 2010 Devastating changes to sea levels, rainfall, water supplies, weather systems and crop yields are increasingly likely before the end of the century, scientists will warn tomorrow. A special report, to be released at the start of climate negotiations in Cancún, Mexico, will reveal that up to a billion people face losing their homes in the next 90 years because of failures to agree curbs on carbon emissions. Up to three billion people could lose access to clean water supplies because global temperatures cannot now be stopped from rising by 4C.

Exxon ups oil target for Iraq's West Qurna Phase 1

Mission accomplished! Exxon ups oil target for Iraq's West Qurna Phase 1 28 Nov 2010 U.S. major ExxonMobil and its partners raised their production plateau target from Iraq's West Qurna oilfield to 2.825 million barrels per day after adding new reserves to the area covered by their original development contract, an Iraqi oil official said on Sunday. The original plateau target when the contract was signed in January was 2.325 million bpd in six to seven years time, but the Exxon-led consortium agreed with Iraq to add four undeveloped reservoirs, Madhi Swadi, a member of the joint management committee that runs the field, told Reuters.

WikiLeaks: Yemen covered up US drone strikes

WikiLeaks: Yemen covered up US drone strikes 28 Nov 2010 The Yemeni government covered up US drone strikes against 'al-Qaeda' there and claimed the bombs were its own, according to the WikiLeaks documents. Amid public distrust of the US in Yemen, officials in both countries have stated publicly that the Yemeni government is leading the fight against Islamist militants. ...According to a leaked document from January, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh told Gen David Petraeus, then commander of US forces in the Middle East, that: "We'll continue saying the bombs are ours, not yours." The conversation was reported in a diplomatic cable sent back to Washington by a US diplomat in Yemen.

WikiLeaks: US Senators call for WikiLeaks to face criminal charges

WikiLeaks: US Senators call for WikiLeaks to face criminal charges --'WikiLeaks presents a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States.' 28 Nov 2010 Members of the United States Congress reacted with fury at WikiLeaks on Sunday, calling on the group to be designated a "Foreign Terrorist Organisation" and urging the United States government to pursue a prosecution. "Leaking the material is deplorable," Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina, a Republican, told Fox 'News.' "The people at WikiLeaks could have blood on their hands ... People who do this are low on the food chain as far as I'm concerned. If you can prosecute them, let's try."

Israel primed to attack a nuclear Iran

Israel primed to attack a nuclear Iran --US embassy cables show security service has told Washington 'all options' are on table if Iranian bomb looks inevitable 28 Nov 2010 Israel regarded 2010 as a "critical year" for tackling Iran's alleged quest for nuclear weapons and has warned the United States that time is running out to stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear bomb. Ehud Barak, Israel's defence minister, told American congressmen in June 2009 there was a window of "between six and 18 months from now in which stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons might still be viable". After that, Barak said - in a striking admission recorded in a confidential state department document - "any military solution would result in unacceptable collateral damage".

WikiLeaks: Julian Assange could face 'grave consequences'

WikiLeaks: Julian Assange could face 'grave consequences' 28 Nov 2010 Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has been rebuffed by the US government after he sought information "regarding individuals who may be 'at significant risk of harm'" because of" his release of classified documents. His unusual move to open an 11th-hour dialogue about the documents came after a Swedish appeals court last week upheld an arrest warrant on rape charges for Mr Assange, validating an international warrant... His approach to the State Department, in a letter co-signed by his lawyer Jennifer Robinson, suggested that Mr Assange might be feeling under growing pressure after the Swedish court decision and the US government accused him of endangering lives.

WikiLeaks: Saudi Arabia Urged Attack On Iran

WikiLeaks: Saudi Arabia Urged Attack On Iran 28 Nov 2010 Saudi Arabia repeatedly pushed America to attack Iran in a bid to stop it developing nuclear weapons, confidential US documents reveal. The revelation is among thousands of potentially embarrassing US documents that were due to be published by whistleblower website WikiLeaks, which had said it is under cyber attack. US documents show leaders in Saudi insisted an attack on Iran was necessary to "cut the head off the snake" of its nuclear programme.

US government: Nosey Parker of the planet - WikiLeaks cable dump alerts

US government: Nosey Parker of the planet - WikiLeaks cable dump alerts Compiled by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 29 Nov 2010 *This page will be updated!* Check for updates as WikiLeaks dumps the cables!

Leaked cable: US spied on Hamas, PA

Leaked cable: US spied on Hamas, PA 28 Nov 2010 The US government in 2008 directed its personnel across the Middle East to gather meticulous intelligence on Hamas and Palestinian Authority officials, a leaked diplomatic cable reveals. The cable, provided to The Guardian by the whistleblower group WikiLeaks, lays out a "national human intelligence collection directive" asking US personnel to obtain "Details of travel plans such as routes and vehicles used by Palestinian Authority leaders and HAMAS members."

WikiLeaks: We are under denial of service attack

WikiLeaks: We are under denial of service attack 28 Nov 2010 10:38 AM PST Whistleblower WikiLeaks said today its Web site has been targeted by a massive computer attack, just hours before an expected release of classified U.S. documents. "We are currently under a mass distributed denial of service attack," WikiLeaks said on its Twitter feed. Efforts to reach the page as of this writing were unsuccessful. In a Twitter post last week, the whistleblower site announced it was preparing to release its largest cache of classified documents.

US Diplomats Told to Spy on Other Countries at United Nations

US Diplomats Told to Spy on Other Countries at United Nations --Orders from Clinton 28 Nov 2010 The US State Department gave its diplomats instructions to spy on other countries' representatives at the United Nations, according to a directive signed by Hillary Clinton. Diplomats were told to collect information about e-mail accounts, credit cards and passwords, among other things. US diplomats are alleged to have been requested by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to spy on the diplomats of other countries at the United Nations. That was the purpose of the "National Humint Collection Directive," which has been seen by SPIEGEL. The document was signed by Clinton and came into force on July 31, 2009.

Unauthorized US strike kills 3 Pakistanis, wounds several others

Unauthorized US strike kills 3 Pakistanis, wounds several others 28 Nov 2010 A non-UN-sanctioned US drone attack has killed at least three people and wounded several others in Pakistan's troubled northwestern tribal belt. Security officials say the attack targeted a vehicle traveling in a village in the North Waziristan tribal district. Dozens of people have been killed in similar US strikes over the past two weeks.

Global warming brings bad news for polar bears

Global warming brings bad news for polar bears 24 Nov 2010 Polar bears aren't suited for southern diets and their numbers are likely to dwindle as climate change forces them south, a new study has found. Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) compared polar bears and grizzly bears because, as global warming shrinks the polar bear habitat, polar bears will be forced southward for alternative food sources, where they will be forced to compete with grizzlies. The researchers studied the skulls of polar bears to see how they compare to grizzlies and found that the northern bears aren't suited for the southern lifestyle.

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