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Extrajudicial Killing: Official US Policy (tags)
Nothing Civil About Washington's War on Syria (tags)
Targeted Killings: US and Israeli Specialties (tags)
More War Against Venice Street People (tags)
The City of Los Angeles rolled out new Venice Boardwalk Ordinance (LAMC 42.15) and initiated concentrated effort to remove homeless people from Venice.
KPFK starting "new" Program Advisory Committe..wanna be in it ? (tags)
We just heard Alan Minsky, iPD announce on radio that they are forming a NEW committee called "Program Advisory"....all can apply by August 8 by emailing him [see www.kpfk.org for address] or calling station 818 985 2711 x 0 and leaving your name there.
KPFK is not openly searching (tags)
KPFK restricts applications to it's Genl Mgr Search Committee - why ?
DOJ Secretary Gonzalez eyes Abu Sayyaf, CPP and NPA for terror listing (tags)
Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez listed the bandit group Abu Sayyaf, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA), among the groups being considered for inclusion in the terror list to be drawn up under the Human Security Act (HSA), said Tuesday. The outspoken Gonzalez also said he has already asked the Supreme Court to assign special courts to handle cases against suspected terrorists and terrorist organizations.
Basic Espionage/Warfare for Intelligence Agents (tags)
According to its own mouthpiece, ABC news, the Australian spy agency (ASIO) has embarked on a recruitment drive:
Thursday, December 28, 2006. 11:37am (AEDT) “The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) is looking to recruit at least 170 people this financial year. The number of ASIO officers from non-english speaking backgrounds has more than doubled since 2004, and the organisation is looking for people with diverse backgrounds to conduct counter-terrorism and counter-espionage work. The intelligence organisation spent more than $2 million on recruitment advertising in 2005-6. The Federal Attorney-General, Phillip Ruddock, says funding for ASIO has also increased considerably. "I think we have now something of the order of 1,200 staff and that's double the number it had in 2000-2001 and we are continuing with a very active program that will expand the organisation in the near future to reach something in the order of 1,500-1,600 people," he said. http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200612/s1818848.htm
Jan 1, 2007 - The police state takes a huge step (tags)
Passports needed to enter and leave the USA from ANY country including Mexico and Canada! Heil Hitler!!! Heil Bush!! The police state is here!
A Review of Immigration Proposals in Congress (tags)
A Choice Between Bad and Worse: Why We Can't Compromise on Immigration Legislation
Archbishop of York compares Bush and Guantanamo to Idi Amin (tags)
Archbishop of York says Guantanamo is like prisons under Idi Amin.
Six Lies About Immigration (tags)
An interesting take by a white guy who mostly gets it.
SPIN Academy - 2005 (tags)
Training for Activists in the Media
N6 Don't Just Vote Contingent Call to Action and Why... (tags)
Like they say-- if voting could change anything, it would be illegal! ...and that goes for not voting, too.
Employment Opportunities at the NSA (tags)
At the NSA, were continuously looking for bright, young, and energetic minds in our mission to infiltrate subversive organizations. Fifth column collectives and communist groups such as Indymedia, A.N.S.W.E.R., and the Open Society Institute are such criminal organizations with the malicious intent of crippling or destroying the American ideals of freedom and self-determination. These radicals are a very real threat in our society that routinely must be dealt with. The NSA is currently hiring. If you’re a patriot and looking for a rewarding career, then we’ve got a job for you.
The Real Heroes of Gulf War II: Conscientious Objectors (tags)
Thousands of troops have blindly followed the Bush-Blair-Sharon sanctioned mass-murder of the Iraqi people. Unnamed re the hundreds, possibly thousands, of U.S. personnel in the armed forces have applied for conscientious objector status since January. Though few have gone public, they emerge the true heroes of the armed forces, in refusing to participate in an illegal war of aggression on Iraq.
Pew Fellowships in International Journalism (tags)
Pew Fellowships in International Journalism Offered to Journalists Interested in International Issues