CHOICE AND SYSTEM FOR THE PLANET
A Holistic Common Sense Structure for
Liberation of All
without War Through the New Foundation for the New World Vision
The Corporate War Plutocracy
High-Tech Genocide in Congo
"It is time for our culture to start seeing more value in living beings, whether gorillas or humans, than in our disposable high-tech gadgets such as cell phones. It is time to steal back a more compassionate existence from the corporate plutocracy that creates destructive markets and from the media system that has manufactured our consent.
"It is not just a question of giving up cell phones (though that would be a great start). We must question the appropriation of our planet in the form of a resource to be consumed, rather than as a home and community to be lived in."
Oceans of the World in Extreme Danger
Destruction of Rainforests Worst Ever
24 Dec 2007 After the United States has spent more than $5 billion in a largely failed effort to bolster the Pakistani military effort against 'Al Qaeda' and the Taliban, some American officials now acknowledge that there were too few controls over the money. American money was has been diverted to help finance weapons systems designed to counter India, not Al Qaeda or the Taliban, the officials said, adding that the United States has paid tens of millions of dollars in inflated Pakistani reimbursement claims for fuel, ammunition and other costs. [Another $5 billion goes the way of Project Bioshield, down the toilet and into the hands of Bush's corpora-terrorists.
Meanwhile: Medicaid Funding for Schools Cut 23 Dec 2007 The Bush regime yesterday eliminated about $700 million a year in Medicaid reimbursements to schools, sidestepping an attempt by Congress to block such a move.
Just a week before Christmas, President Bush gave corporate America two big presents. On Tuesday, his Federal Communications Commission changed the rules to allow the nation's giant conglomerates to further consolidate their grip on the media by permitting them to purchase TV and radio stations in the same local markets where they already own daily newspapers. As a gift to the country's automobile industry, Bush's Environmental Protection Agency ruled Wednesday, over the objections of the agency's staff, that California, the nation's largest and most polluted state, and 16 other states, can't impose regulations to limit greenhouse gases from cars and trucks that are stronger than the federal government's own weak standards.
Top 25 Censored News Stories of 2007
"The North American
Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) flooded Mexico with cheap subsidized US
agricultural products that displaced millions of Mexican farmers.
Between 2000 and 2005, Mexico lost 900,000 rural jobs and 700,000
industrial jobs, resulting in deep unemployment throughout the
country. Desperate poverty has forced millions of Mexican workers
north in order to feed their families.
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