Mittwoch, 29. Januar 2014

Todesstrafe in den USA: Rückkehr der Erschießungskommandos

In der rechtlichen Grauzone lassen sich US-Bundesstaaten die Giftcocktails für die Todesspritze zusammenmixen und suchen nach neuen oder alten Wegen für die Exekution.

Montag, 27. Januar 2014

The Myth of Human Progress and the Collapse of Complex Societies

Contrary to Obama s Promises, the US Military Still Permits Torture

The Obama administration has replaced the use of brutal torture techniques with those that emphasize psychological torture.

As We Remember The Atrocities of the 20th Century We Must Change the Way We Think About Violence

By Brad Evans

We need to interrogate the multiple ways in which entire populations are rendered disposable.

From Information Clearing House


The Myth of Human Progress and the Collapse of Complex Societies

Chris Hedges, Truthdig: The most prescient portrait of the American character and our ultimate fate as a species is found in Herman Melville s Moby-Dick. Melville makes our murderous obsessions, our hubris, violent impulses, moral weakness and inevitable self-destruction visible in his chronicle of a whaling voyage.


Infinite Arrogance, Infinite Incompetence


The Menace of the Military Mind

Sonntag, 26. Januar 2014

Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon are disappearing as coherent centralized states

Freitag, 24. Januar 2014

Wenn Geheimdienste nicht wissen, wen sie töten

Obamas Fünfjahres-Bilanz: 2.400 Todesopfer bei 390 *verdeckten Drohnenangriffen*.

CIA-Gefängnis in Polen

Der polnische Auslandsgeheimdienst soll für die Einrichtung des Geheimgefängnisses 15 Millionen Dollar in Kartons vom CIA erhalten haben.

Kampfdrohnen der Bundeswehr, ein gefährlicher Irrweg

Gastkommentar von Uwe Lampe, Oberstleutnant d.R.

Donnerstag, 23. Januar 2014

*Mission: See Everything*

Das Pentagon testet in der Nähe von Washington zwei Prallluftschiffe zur weitreichenden Dauerüberwachung, Probleme mit dem Datenschutz sieht man nicht.überwach


Mittwoch, 22. Januar 2014

Prosperity vs. Hegemony

The Inescapable Antagonism Between A Prosperous China and An Imperial U.S.

By John V. Walsh

If the United States insists on its status as the dominant and unchallengeable military power, then we are on the road to conflict.

Is The USA The World s De Facto Government?

By Richard Falk

There are those who insist that it is only the global governing authority of the United States that underpins the degree of security and prosperity that currently exists in the world.

Fifty States of Fear

By Peter Ludlow

The United States has become a government of fear, by fear, and ultimately, for fear.

The Innocence of America s Imperialism

By Ahmad Barqawi

Another day, another American atrocity in Iraq revealed.

Dirty Wars

Video, Full Movie

Investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill chases down the hidden truth behind America s expanding covert wars.


Imperial Conquest: America s *Long War* against Humanity


Obama, the reluctant realist
by Justin Raimondo


Individuals make history, but sometimes the process reverses itself and history makes individuals. President Barack Obama may have wanted to bomb Syria, and he certainly did want to meddle in Libya, where the results of his disastrous 'humanitarian' intervention backfired badly, and yet his presidency will go down in history as a moment when American imperialism hit the pause button. This is not to negate his interventionist record or ambitions: it is only to say that the ability of the United States to intervene massively has run up against the inherent limitations of such a policy. This is underscored by the foreign policy section of President Obama s State of the Union speech...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Montag, 20. Januar 2014

USA: 240 Wars in 237 Years

Sonntag, 19. Januar 2014

Das nächste Wettrüsten hat begonnen

US-Präsident Obamas Rede stellt nicht nur den Start eines Wettrüstens dar, sondern auch eine Kriegserklärung an andere, die es wagen sollten, selbst die gleichen Maßnahmen der Cyberspionage und des Cyberwar zu ergreifen.üsten

Freitag, 17. Januar 2014

The Special Ops Surge: America s Secret War in 134 Countries

Donnerstag, 16. Januar 2014

Obama Plans No Significant Changes to NSA Surveillance

Obama will recommend a few cosmetic changes; mandate better security to prevent any future Snowdens; and punt the rest to Congress, knowing perfectly well they'll do nothing.

US physically hacks 100,000 foreign computers

NSA spies have inserted circuitry into computers in China, Russia, EU, India, Saudi and Pakistan to gain intelligence.

Snowden Releases Show NSA Infiltration in Computers of *Mexican Police and Cartels*

By Laura Carlsen

Mexico does not need an explanation from President Obama. It needs a president who defends the dignity and independence of Mexico.

America s Spies Want Edward Snowden Dead

By Benny Johnson

*I would love to put a bullet in his head,* one Pentagon official said.

We Need Real Protection From The NSA

Wake up, America. While we have been paying attention to other things, our intelligence agencies have been tearing holes into the Bill of Rights.

Sen. Leahy on NSA Spying: We Need to Stop Government from Controlling American People


Sen. Leahy says the American people are at risk of being controlled by their government due to the expansive surveillance powers of the National Security Agency.

US withholding Fisa court orders on NSA bulk collection of Americans' data

The Justice Department is withholding documents related to the bulk collection of Americans' data from a transparency lawsuit launched by the American Civil Liberties Union.

Cut Off the NSA s Juice

By Norman Solomon

Organizers have begun to push for action by state legislatures to impede the electric, water and other services that sustain the NSA s secretive outposts.

US looks at ways to prevent spying on its spying

The National Security Agency isquietly funding research to prevent phone company employees or eavesdroppers from seeing whom the U.S. is spying on, The Associated Press has learned

Forget Metadata...The NSA Is Spying On EVERYTHING

People are getting distracted from the big picture by focusing on metadata.

Beyond Orwell s Worst Nightmare

By Marjorie Cohn

The NSA spying program captures all of us, including European leaders, people in Mexico, Brazil, the United Nations, and the European Union Parliament, not just the terrorists.

Bias By Omission, In the Entire American Mainstream Media

By William Blum

There are more than 1,400 daily newspapers in the United States. Can you name a single paper, or a single TV network, that was unequivocally opposed to the American wars carried out against Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Panama, Grenada, and Vietnam?

From Information Clearing House


NSA Vacuuming Up Millions of Text Messages Daily

Obama s NSA 'Reforms' Are Little More Than a PR Attempt to Mollify the Public

Effort to 'Normalize' NSA Spying, 'Mollify Public' Rebuked

Obama Lectures Those Outraged by NSA Surveillance Programs in Speech Announcing Reforms

Needed: Three Obama Speeches for the People

Pentagon and NSA Officials Say They Want Snowden Extrajudicially Assassinated

Obama Continues War on National Security Whistleblowers

NSA: Global 'Trendsetter' for Privacy Abuse

'End It': Govt Oversight Panel Calls NSA Spying Illegal

One Planet, One Internet: A Call To the International Community to Fight Against Mass Surveillance

Covert, Real-Time Spying on Youtube, Facebook, Blogs


NSA Metadata Collection: Fourth Amendment Violation

Marjorie Cohn, Jurist: In response to lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the NSA s surveillance programs, two federal judges issued dueling opinions about whether it violates the Fourth Amendment's prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures.

Washington State Bill Proposes Criminalizing Help to NSA, Turning Off Resources to Yakima Facility

Michael Boldin, Truthout: The campaign to turn off power to the NSA has gotten a big boost. Washington has become the first state with a physical NSA location to consider a Fourth Amendment protection act designed to make life extremely difficult for the massive spy agency. Marjorie Cohn analyzes the decisions.

What Obama Really Meant Was...

Chris Hedges, Truthdig: Chris Hedges details the recent remarks that President Obama would have given on his review of signals intelligence and reforms to the NSA s surveillance programs if only he had told the truth.

Four Questionable Claims Obama Has Made on NSA Surveillance

Kara Brandeisky, ProPublica: Since the first disclosures based on documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, Barack Obama has offered his own defenses of the programs. But not all of the president s claims have stood up to scrutiny.

Five Criticisms of Obama s NSA Speech

Kevin Mathews, Care2: In the face of ongoing criticism of the NSA spy program, President Barack Obama delivered a long-awaited speech addressing reforms to the NSA. If the speech was designed to quell fears, it hasn't entirely worked.

Some States Have a Sneaky Plan To Stop the NSA

Kevin Mathews, Care2: A handful of states across the country are devising plans to thwart the NSA, including laws stopping NSA facilities' water and electricity access. So far, six states have introduced bills that would impede NSA operations within their boundaries.

Obama s NSA Speech Makes Orwellian Surveillance Patriotic

Michael Ratner, Truthout: President Obama s assertion that our nation was formed as a result of a heroic history of surveillance is a misleading scare tactic clearly aimed at making Americans comfortable with the far-reaching government spying he seeks to protect.

Intelligence Officials Make Direct Threats on Snowden s Life

Jessica Desvarieux, The Real News Network: NSA whistleblower Kirk Wiebe and former CIA analyst Ray McGovern point to the brashness of intelligence officials who went on the record to threaten Snowden s life, reflecting a culture of disregard for the Constitution and due process.

The Surveillance Blitz

John Feffer, Foreign Policy in Focus: Our privacy is getting hit from two sides, from corporations as well as the government.

Vermont Becomes 12th State With Legislation Targeting NSA Spying

Michael Boldin, Truthout: On January 28, Vermont state representatives introduced legislation that would block some of the practical effects of mass data collection by the National Security Agency.


On Obama s disappointingly tame NSA reforms

US media black out major Snowden interview exposing death threats


Cosmetic Changes Aren t Enough: We Need to End Dragnet NSA Surveillance


Former Top NSA Official: *We Are Now In A Police State*

Obama s NSA Speech: What Reform?

Will You Choose Dangerous Freedom or Peaceful Slavery?

Presidential Placebo

Do We Live in a Police State?


The history of US spying on innocent people


The NSA Mass Surveillance EMERGENCY

Stop NSA Mass Surveillance

Stop NSA Mass Surveillance Action Page


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