The Dalai Lama says he does not back
a Beijing Olympics boycott
COMING SOON: THE US FARM BILL AND WORLD HUNGER
China confirms new Tibetan riots
Monks were said to have rallied to free two arrested colleagues
Renewed violence has broken out in a Tibetan area of western China, with reports of several injuries. Xinhua news agency said rioters attacked govt. offices in Garze, Sichuan province, on Thursday evening, leaving one official seriously hurt. Tibetan exile groups say security forces fired on crowds of civilians, killing at least eight people.
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Exiled Tibetans say updated 140 people died
Tibet, The ‘Great Game’ And The CIA
By Richard M Bennett
The funding and overall control of the unrest has
also been linked to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai
Lama, and by inference to the US Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA) because of his close cooperation with
US intelligence for over 50 years.
China Moves to Tighten Control Over
Religion in Tibet
Washington Post – In countries all over the world,
protesters take to the streets to oppose Chinese rule
of Tibet after demonstrations in the province turned
A Letter to Beijing Wall Street Journal
Costa Rican president: Dalai Lama asks for help initiating … International Herald Tribune
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Spy-in-the-sky drone sets sights
By Tom Brown
MIAMI (Reuters) – Miami police could soon be the first in the United States to use cutting-edge, spy-in-the-sky technology to beef up their fight against crime. A small pilotless drone manufactured by Honeywell International, capable of hovering and "staring" using electro-optic or infrared sensors, is expected to make its debut soon in the skies over the Florida Everglades. If use of the drone wins Federal Aviation Administration approval after tests, the Miami-Dade Police Department will start flying the 14-pound (6.3 kg) drone over urban areas with an eye toward full- fledged employment in crime fighting. http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/11/miami-police-bu.html
Brazil’s President Tells Bush To Fix US EconomicProblems
"Son, here’s the problem," Lula said he told Bush in a
telephone call. "We’ve had 26 years with no growth.
And now that we’re growing, you want to complicate
things? Fix your own crisis!"
Hillary Misspoke About Her Role In Bosnia
D. B. COOPER OUTFOXED FBI NEW EVIDENCE FOUND
update: FBI says "it’s not D. B.’s chute"
I was on the air the night D. B. did his thing. I have
much more: go to my shared files and download the
D. B. Cooper file. Gandalf
US House passes surveillance law
The wiretap programme was
begun in secret after the 9/11 attacks The US House of Representatives has passed a surveillance bill that would allow lawsuits against phone companies.
President George Bush has promised to veto the bill because it does not give immunity to companies that participated in a controversial wiretap programme. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7297865.stm House closes its doors for spying bill ttp://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2008-03-14-1016504555_x.htm
US accused of altering Gitmo evidence AP – Thu Mar 13, 2:38 PM ET
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba –
A U.S. military commander altered a report on a
firefight in Afghanistan to cast blame for the death of
a Delta Force commando on a Canadian youth who
was captured after the shooting stopped, a defense
attorney said Thursday 03/13/08 Gandalfs Staff Lubbock, Texas How it looks on a world view. Bad. As the doomsday curve comes to the forefront
and destiny brings us to this unconvertible situation;
let us look at Australia, and the possibility of food
rationing do to the fact that the world is out
stripping it’s production.
Down under, the production of wheat is a failure,
with record droughts and heat waves. What I see
happening down there, seems to become a mirror
of what happens up here on the high plains: drought,
record heat, lots of dust and a crop failure too may
all be ahead. All signs point to it.
Now if the national economy falters along with this
drought; we shall suffer sooner than most might
Australian Wheat Crop Failure.
Official statistics regarding the New South Wales
wheat crop show a serious state of affairs. The
area sown was I.5G2.OOO acres, of which S13. …
Heavy world stagflation and tremors of war do not
make the situation any better.
More Lies From The Bush Fascists By Paul Craig Roberts Terrorists can only be stopped, Bush says,
if Bush has the right to spy on everyone without any
oversight by courts.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19402.htm Pentagon insider attacks war plan
Mr Feith left the Pentagon in 2005
A former Pentagon official has written a book attacking Colin Powell, the CIA and other US officials over the US-led Iraq war, the Washington Post reports. As under secretary of defence until 2005 Douglas Feith was closely involved with the planning of the invasion. However, in "War and Decision", he blames officials outside the Pentagon for seriously mismanaging the invasion and occupation, the Post reports. Out next month, it is the first insider account of Pentagon decision-making. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7286683.stm
Researcher: Moses was tripping at Mount Sinai
Time and Mind
Shanon presents a provocative theory
in an article published this week in the philosophy
journal Time and Mind.
The religious ceremonies of the Israelites included the
use of psychotropic materials that can found in the
Negev and Sinai, he says. "I have no direct proof of
this interpretation," and such proof cannot be
expected, he says. However, "it seems logical that
something was altered in people’s consciousness.
There are other stories in the Bible that mention the
use of plants: …
http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/960407.html Memory trick breaks PC encryption
Encrypted information held on a laptop is more vulnerable
than previously thought, US research has shown. Scientists
have shown that it is possible to recover the key that
unscrambles data from a PC’s memory.Because of their
portability, laptops are particularly vulnerable