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Friday, April 13, 2012

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The organisers of the 2012 Olympic opening ceremony tried to get Keith Moon to play the gig...
No, Mr. President, we’re not that stupid: Buffet Rule is a stunt, not sound policy to revive the economy
NY Daily News Obama’s plan would raise the minimum tax rate on everyone making more than $1 million Politics is filled with gimmicks. Window dressing, dog-and-pony shows and props are par for the political course. One thing that isn’t? Making them a hallmark of your re-election campaign when millions of Americans are struggling to find work. Just this week, President Obama raised the specter of
‘US would stick two fingers up to UN if in Assad’s shoes’
Infowars.com April 11, 2012 On Tuesday, the Free Syrian Army, said it “would respect Annan’s plan”, but is threatening to continue its struggle if Damascus violates the UN’s ceasefire agreement. By this statement, the Free Syrian Army believes it now has equal diplomatic footing with the sovereign state of Syria. NATO Allied countries like the US and Britain are taking the side of the Free Syrian


Are We Ready for Degrowth?
Like It or Not We Are Going to Have to Slow Down, Says New Research
Study Traces Devastation of North American Bats to Europe
Scientists Finally Unravel Mystery Behind Disease That Has Been Killing Off Bat Colonies in US and Canada Since 2006

Obamas and Bidens to Release Tax Returns
The New York Times By MARK LANDLER and JIM RUTENBERG Published: April 13, 2012 WASHINGTON — Punctuating a week of political assaults on Mitt Romney over taxes, President Obama and Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. plan to release their own income tax returns on Friday, along with a statement calling on Mr. Romney to do the same, according to an Obama campaign official. The release of the returns,
New Digital Calculator Compares American’s Tax Rates to Mitt Romney’s
CHICAGO, IL — Today, Obama for America released a newdigital calculator that individuals can use to see how their tax rate stacks up against Mitt Romney’s – and then see what the Buffett Rule would do to make the tax code more fair so that we can help reduce the deficit and grow the economy.   The calculator highlights President Obama’s efforts to close loopholes and end special tax breaks that le
Rick Santorum Drops Out: GOP Presidential Candidate Suspends 2012 Presidential Campaign
Huff Post Sam Stein Posted: 04/10/2012  2:03 pm In a surprise decision Tuesday, former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Penn.) will announce that he is suspending his presidential campaign, The Huffington Post’s Jon Ward has learned and several other outlets have reported. The Pennsylvania Republican had taken a break from the campaign trail for several days to tend to his ailing daughter, Bella. He had ple
What Does Romney Have To Hide?
The American Prospect Patrick Caldwell April 9, 2012 Senator Dick Durbin goes after the potential presidential candidate’s Swiss bank account while Obama campaign manager demands further tax return disclosures. The Democrats are putting all their emphasis on touting the Buffett Rule ahead of a Senate vote for next week to coincide with Tax Day. The push is ostensibly an effort to twist the arm of

Interview 495 – Syrian Girl on the Syrian Intervention
The Syrian commentator known online as “Syrian Girl” joins us to go over the latest news on the moves toward outside intervention in Syria. We talk about the hypocrisy underlying the entire humanitarian intervention ideology and the real agenda that is driving this overthrow of the Syrian government.
Corbett Report Radio 110 – Enviropig in the Food World Order
Tonight on the program James breaks down some of the stories making headlines and takes your calls. Then in the second half of the program we’re joined by James Evan Pilato to talk about all the latest Food World Order stories, from the enviropig to the battle for health freedom. Works Cited: Episode 225 – Still Listening to the Enemy Episode 175 – The RAND Corporation Exposed Rand: The Future of
New World Next Week – 2012/04/12
Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: DHS/Navy Award Contract to Hack Gaming Systems http://ur1.ca/8zijv Spy Games – Homeland Security Is Trying to Hack Into Your Xbox http://ur1.ca/8zijx Feds Want Way to Hack Xboxes and Wiis for Evid
Interview 494 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato
Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: DHS/Navy Award Contract to Hack Gaming Systems http://ur1.ca/8zijv Spy Games – Homeland Security Is Trying to Hack Into Your Xbox http://ur1.ca/8zijx Feds Want Way to Hack Xboxes and Wiis for Evi
Corbett Report Radio 109 – The New World Order Does Not Control Everything
More and more people are waking up to the New World Order agenda of the global enslavement grid, but with that mass awakening comes an oversimplification of the ideas. In this simplified worldview, earthquakes are always caused by HAARP, plane crashes are never just plane crashes, and nothing can ever deflect the NWO’s plans. Join us tonight on The Corbett Report as we interrogate the omnipotence
Corbett Report Radio 108 – Crossing the Rubicon with Eric Shine
Eric Shine of CrossingTheRubicon.org joins us tonight to explain how the lines are being blurred between military and civilian agencies, and what this means in a day and age where Americans are increasingly being prepped to accept outright martial law. We talk about the replacement of civilian licensed personnel boards with military tribunals, the falsification of medical records and other court d

One Turbulent Ambassador
It is really wonderful to be back home again after almost six weeks travelling. It is also a tremendous pleasure to be able to announce this: ONE TURBULENT AMBASSADOR A play by Robin Soans A World Premiere Directed by Jessica Swale One Turbulent Ambassador follows the career of Craig Murray on his appointment as Her Majesty’s Ambassador and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2001. M
An Evening With…Me. In support of Bradley Manning
Monday 16 April 2012 Why Do We Need Whistleblowers in a Democracy? An Evening with Craig Murray Ex Ambassador, Author, Broadcaster, Whistleblower and Human Rights Activist Small Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Cardiff University With Bradley Manning’s impending court martial hearing and the recent WikiLeaks controversy, Craig Murray will be discussing why whistleblowing is necessary in a
Litopia Interview
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Collisions in the Interstellar Medium
Memories play tricks on us all, but trying to recall where I saw a particular image of a laser lightsail is driving me to distraction. The image showed a huge sail at the end of its journey, docked to some sort of space platform, and what defined it were the tears and holes in the giant, shredded structure. It presupposed long passage through an interstellar medium packed with hazards, and althoug
Lasers: Protecting the Starship
Interesting new ideas about asteroid deflection are coming out of the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow), involving the use of lasers in coordinated satellite swarms to change an asteroid’s trajectory. This is useful work in its own right, but I also want to mention it in terms of a broader topic we often return to: How to deal with the harmful effects of dust and interstellar gas on a fast-movin
The Largest Solar System Yet
The Kepler mission’s exoplanet discoveries have been so numerous that an extension of the mission seemed all but inevitable. At the same time, bureaucracies can be unpredictable, which is why it was such a relief to have the Senior Review of Operating Missions weighing in with an extension recommendation, one followed up by NASA with extensions not just for Kepler but also for the Spitzer telescop
Splashdown on Titan?
Getting to the stars may involve a sudden breakthrough — we can’t rule out disruptive technologies, nor can we predict them — but my guess is that interstellar flight is going to be a longer, more gradual process. I can see a sort of tidal expansion into the outer system, forays to Mars, for example, followed by reassessment, retrenchment, then one day deeper study of Jupiter’s moons with advanced

On That Zombie Suzuki Resignation Story
The Globe: Canada’s most famous environmentalist, David Suzuki, says he left the board of his charitable foundation to avoid being a lightning rod for criticism and government attacks that would undermine its work. Still, Peter Robinson, who is the head of the David Suzuki Foundation, said the group is facing a “chill” that is leading it to pull back from important environmental debates lest it be
Dueling Ledes (Compare & Contrast), Redux
AP video, Feb 15, 2011: A recent [US] government report states the terrorist threat from Canada is greater than from Mexico, and that only 50 kilometres of the border is adequately patrolled. CBC News, today: Major job cuts at the Canada Border Services Agency could undermine national security and public safety, according to a security expert and public-sector union officials. First food safety,
Dueling Ledes
TorStar, March 20th: Schools, hospitals and popular burger restaurants such as Hero’s and Lick’s are part of a suddenly massive beef recall over fears of E. coli contamination. The G&M, today: Veterinarians and other inspectors responsible for food recalls and ensuring the safety of Canadian meat are among the hundreds of federal public servants who will be told this week their jobs are at ri
Today In The Annals of Stupid Backlash Tricks
Flash: Aggrieved Daily Caller Ex-College Republican thumbsucker (is there any other kind?) has a megasad cuz his bike was stolen (if stats hold true, by a blackity-blackblack black kid!), causing him to boldly and ham-fistedly declare: “I am Derbyshire! (Burp.)” Roy Edroso: Judge must be over 30 by now, but apparently he’s never been robbed before, because this has caused him to turn against all b

restarting friday open thread
by liberal japonicus I recently restarted doing Tai Chi. I only started doing it because a colleague was teaching it, and a schedule conflict made it impossible for me to join the group, but that conflict has disappeared, so I'm at it again. Quite amazing what a workout it is. So have you restarted anything recently? How did it turn out?
Homicide statistics, wtf?
by Doctor Science I got statistics for the previous post on Intimate Partner Homicide (IPH) from the Bureau of Justice Statistics Homicide Trends Report. I see that report comes from Uniform Crime Reporting Program Data Series, which I don't know how to massage. But I wonder how reliable that data really is. In our discussion, Jason Kuznicki linked to 2003 paper about the possible role of changi

I Got Your Book: Into the Wise Dark
Let’s begin with some links: Hooray for Linda Addison, whose How to Recognize a Demon Has Become Your Friend received a Bram Stoker Award from the World Horror Association! The ToC for Steampunk Revolutions! More discussion of Hunger Games (the last link is to a review that focuses on the movie from an indigenous, social justice oriented perspective) Here’s a link to “The Inconstant Moon” by Alaya


New law makes Mexico a climate leader
Today Mexico took a giant step forward, to the front lines of the fight against climate change. The Mexican House of Representatives passed a climate law, which – when approved by the Mexican Senate – will be only the second such law in the world. Mexico's climate law puts it in an elite global club, with the UK and its Climate Change Act as the only other members. WWF applauds Mexico for its le
WWF-India is awarded the ‘Ground Water Augmentation Award-2010’ by the Government of India
New Delhi: WWF-India’s Khangchendzonga Landscape (KCL) Programme has been awarded the prestigious ‘Ground Water Augmentation Award-2010’ by the Government of India for its work on springshed development in Sikkim, North East India. Landscape Coordinator of WWF-India’s KCL, Ms. Priyadarshinee Shreshta was today presented with 100,000 Rupees and a plaque with a citation, by the Union Cabinet Minis
Poaching sentences stiffened in Cameroon
A court in the East Region of Cameroon has handed out high fines and lengthy prison terms to a group of wildlife poachers and traffickers a month after meting out mild penalties that caused outrage in the conservation community. The ruling is unprecedented in the history of wildlife crime cases in the southeast of Cameroon, and included sentencing 17 individuals to damages amounting to nearly F

Bits and Pieces - April 11, 2012
Here's the only article I've found about Ann Romney's ideas on what mothers do that has much substance.I do love Siberia - here are photos of the Nenets.Opinions on how international law affects a possible Israeli attack on Iran.Some of the numbers on the New START Treaty.Those of you who are interested in raising chickens should follow this blog. Betty Cracker at Balloon Juice is documenting her

Husain Haqqani Absconds
By Sajjad Shaukat The judicial commission of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, probing the memogate case censured the DG of Foreign Ministry Sohail Khan on April 12 this year, while questioning as to why the former ambassador to the United States, Husain Haqqani had not informed the embassy regarding the misplacement of his blackberry phone-set. The commission criticised Sohail for not acting on the

Syria Accepts the Annan Plan if the Opposition Remains Quiet and UN Observers Follow Strict Rules
Syria has accepted the Annan plan in principle and claims that its guns will fall quiet tomorrow – Thursday April 12, 2012. It is difficult to see how a truce can hold for long, but one must give Annan his due. He has worked hard to get both Russia and China to back the plan and placed considerable pressure on both sides to go along with his six points, at least on the face of it. The problem with
“Making the Maliki State in Iraq and the Reemergence of Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri” By LTC Joel Rayburn
“The Emergence of the Maliki State in Iraq: The Undoing of Power-Sharing and the Reemergence of Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri” By LTC Joel Rayburn* April 11, 2012 – Published on Syria Comment with the Author’s Permission “The Recrudescence of Imray,” one of Rudyard Kipling’s more obscure stories, is the tale of a British political officer who, having gone missing for several weeks, returns to shock his su
Will Turkey Invade Syria? Can the West Find a New Calculus for Intervention?
Will Turkey Invade Syria? Can the West find a new calculus for the Syria dilemma? By Joshua Landis Syrian Refugees in Turkey Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Naci Koru’s remarked yesterday that tomorrow “a new period will begin” in Turkey’s Syria policy. Is this rhetorical bluster? Turkish officials say that they are seriously contemplating imposing a humanitarian corridor inside Syria, but will

Pakistani IT company TenPearls launches car racing game with a bang
Pakistani IT industry has been progressing rapidly over the last few years. It is heartening to see that the industry players are innovating and working in different areas to establish their expertise. Recently, TenPearls, one of the leading IT companies of Pakistan, launched “Carumba!”, a 3D car racing game for iPhone and iPad. Carumba! has been designed and developed by TenPearls’ innovation la

Can GMD Stop North Korea’s ICBMs?
My article on North Korea’s emerging ICBM force is now online at 38North.org. (As always, these are my personal views only.) Go read it first. The bottom line is, we have bigger problems than the upcoming TD-2 launch. It’s striking that Pyongyang, which presumably cannot afford to build a large fleet of intercontinental missiles, has opted to pursue the ICBM course in the face of the American miss
North Korea’s Upcoming Launch
Well, North Korea is all ready to launch the Unha-3, in all likelihood carrying the Kwangmyongsong-3 satellite to a fiery demise that the regime in Pyongyang will vigorously deny. We’ve posted a FAQ on North Korea’s Upcoming Space Launch at the MIIS website, but I wanted to round up some of the reporting and suggest something provocative about why North Korea might be doing this. 1. First, the wo

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Love Is My Badge
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Film review: The Cabin in the Woods.
(Spoilers ahead. Natch.)Caveat out of the way first: I haven't seen the whole of The Cabin in the Woods. Why? About twenty minutes before the end, the digital projector broke down in screen 10 of the local Odeon, or to be exact, the screen went green while the sound continued. Told it just needed rebooting, we waited through Underworld's Rez, Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street and another song before
Lying and the passing of time.
It's a wonderful thing, the passage of time. Yes, we all of course edge ever closer to the grave with each second that goes by, but look on the bright side: it also means your memory of unpleasant past events in your life gradually fades.This onset of forgetfulness comes sooner to some than others. Take Tony Blair for instance. He claims to have "no recollection" of the rendition of Abdul Hakim
"It is unrealistic, in my opinion..."
Not in doubt is that some Arab newspapers, both state and privately owned, print articles and cartoons which are vehemently anti-Semitic and racist. Not as well known is that Israeli newspapers, in this case the biggest selling tabloid Yedioth Ahronoth publish material which is just as vile (via Angry Arab):For all whose goal is to bring stability to this region, it is important to understand th
A new definition of irony.
Deciding in China whether the human rights situation in Bahrain means the race there should be cancelled.
Film review: I Saw The Devil.
(Major spoilers ahead.)For a good month or so, I've been going back over Mark Kermode's film reviews for 5 Live as posted up on Youtube. One of Kermode's great strengths as a critic is that he understands genre cinema and so is often far more forgiving of certain films, such as Basic Instinct 2, than other critics would ever be. This can also be a weakness, as it's also led him to give good revi
The past scratching of backs.
The one major thing that has to be kept in mind about today's ruling by the European Court of Human Rights that Abu Hamza and five others, including Babar Ahmad, can be deported to the US is that, in part, this is about previous governments on both sides of the Atlantic scratching each others backs. Our fanatical, hook-handed friend had become tabloid shorthand for how, despite everything, the go

The Daily Show on Abu Ismail
The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook Jon Stewart on Abu Ismail's American mama, making parallels with the Obama birther conspiracy. Might also check out Egypt's own Daily Show, al-Barnameg, on Omar Suleiman serial failures as intelligence chief as well — Sudan split up, Gaza was taken over by Hamas, etc. A fe
The Brotherhood vs. Suleiman
Egypt's parliament voted yesterday to amend the law on political participation to ban high-ranking members of the former regime from running in the presidential elections. The amendment would disqualify Omar Suleiman and Ahmad Shafiq, but will certainly be challenged in court. Today the Muslim Brotherhood has called for a "Defending the Revolution" rally in Tahrir that is really a protes
In Fayoum, the Salafis are the moderates
I often think some of the articles in English-language newspapers in Egypt are too riddled with academic jargon. But here's a fantastic example of an article by an academic — an anthropologist — that sheds light on politics rather than obscure it. It's by Yasmine Moataz Ahmed, and looks at why Salafists gave the Muslim Brothers real competition in mostly rural Fayoum: Despite the common perceptio
Hamlet Abu Ismail
I am myself indifferent honest;but yet I could accuse me of such things that itwere better my mother had not borne me: I am veryproud, revengeful, ambitious, with more offences atmy beck than I have thoughts to put them in,imagination to give them shape, or time to act themin. What should such fellows as I do crawlingbetween earth and heaven? We are arrant knaves,all; believe none of us. Hamlet,
In Translation: Hamlet Abu Ismail
I am myself indifferent honest;but yet I could accuse me of such things that itwere better my mother had not borne me: I am veryproud, revengeful, ambitious, with more offences atmy beck than I have thoughts to put them in,imagination to give them shape, or time to act themin. What should such fellows as I do crawlingbetween earth and heaven? We are arrant knaves,all; believe none of us. Hamlet,
RIP Ahmed Ben Bella
Algeria's first president after a brutal war of national liberation passed away yesterday. That was an ugly war, full of rapes and murders, with France returning the FNL's strikes tenfold. From the NYT's obituary, a passage about his time in Cairo, in the 1950s the international refuge of national liberation leaders: In 1949, Mr. Ben Bella helped rob a post office in Oran, Algeria. Tracked down,

The End of ‘Shut Up and Play’
As high-profile events periodically prove, politics and athletics have long had a love-hate relationship, the affinity ebbing and flowing with the cultural tides. In the tumultuous 1960s, for instance, stars like Muhammed Ali, Arthur Ashe and John Carlos used their notoriety to embolden the major social movements of the time. Then came the 1980s and 1990s, which saw the sports world depoliticized
Barbie’s Plastic Politics
This year, Mattel is honoring the 2012 presidential race in the most meaningful possible way: by trying to sell you things. Namely, by trying to sell you the "I Can Be... President" Barbie. Barbie is, apparently, throwing her "pink hat" into the ring, running a "glam-paign," and doing several other insultingly worded things that mean "running for president." (Mattel seems unaware that actual seven
Israel Needs a New Narrative
The first time I visited Israel I was shocked by many things. Most disturbing was the narrative of Masada -- the story of Jews in the 1st century A.D. who holed up on a mountain top while battling Rome's Tenth Legion and committed what was essentially mass suicide rather than surrender or compromise their religion. I attended Jewish Day School until the age of eight, and Sunday school until the ag
Hypothetical Matchups: A Gaffe-ing Matter
The Republican primaries have turned this year into probably the longest-ever season of the gaffe. Even if we leave out the verbal missteps of Michelle Bachmann, Rick Perry, Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich, we still have had an outpouring from Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney. There are websites dedicated to "the dumbest quotes" from each of them. But one group seems to get off scot-free when it come
Vermont Yankee: A Nuclear Battle Over States’ Rights
It was a 40th birthday bash attended by more than 1,000 people in three states--but the attendees came to demonstrate, not celebrate. The Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, a poster child for anti-nuclear protests throughout its four-decade history, was the target. Only the day before, on March 21, its state permit to operate expired and the legislature voted to shut it down. But the power plant
Black Classics Reborn, Graphically
For more than a decade, Eureka Productions has been converting 19th- and 20th-century literature -- Poe, Wilde, Stevenson, Alcott -- into high-quality graphic novels. The Graphic Classics series reminds us of the comic genre's literary potential and harkens back to the popular origins of much of our most revered literature. The twenty-second volume, African-American Classics, the first in the ser


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