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Best 2007 Activist's Information Source

30-03-2007 08:30

Seek & Yee Shall Find! Welcome To America's Best Activist Information Source Of 2007!

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UK / Iran: Both Sides Must Stop This Mad Confrontation, Now

30-03-2007 08:14

There is no agreed maritime boundary between Iraq and Iran in the Persian Gulf. Until the current mad propaganda exercise of the last week, nobody would have found that in the least a controversial statement.

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Wanted Poster: Robert Lady of CIA (case will blow CIA wide open)

30-03-2007 07:29

Robert Lady (left): Wanted for kidnapping/torture (CIA rendition)
WANTED: Robert Seldon Lady (Bob Lady), an ex-CIA agent (see PHOTO), for overseeing the abduction-for-torture (extraordinary rendition, as the CIA calls it) of Muslim cleric Osama Mustafa Hassan Nasr, aka Abu Omar.

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Brit “Hostage” Drama Pales in Comparison to MI6 and CIA Crimes Against Iran

29-03-2007 20:45

Perhaps we’d get some perspective if we realized MI6 and the CIA plotted against the democratically elected government of Mohammad Mossadegh in 1953.

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Hey, reporter - REMEMBER peace works, despite warspin pay-offs. Unratchet !

29-03-2007 15:54

The BIG news, for the uk - for the world, in fact, is the under reporting of the "gritty miracle" of the N.I. peace process -far from as "grubby" as the "Indy" (29/4/7) paints it . . . . but if you are in that minderbinder, war racketeer-spiv industry, perhaps the threat of a good example. The intriguing "LITTLE" gaps or odd spasms in the Shatt al-arab tale are luminous, though. Very "con venient" for warbux, less for people. . . .

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Oxfordshire Faslane blockade pics

29-03-2007 15:45

Clockin' On (from Sunday Demo)
A couple of photos from the Oxford Faslane 365 blockaders.

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Russian intelligence sees U.S. military buildup on Iran border

29-03-2007 13:07

Russian intelligence sees U.S. military buildup on Iran border

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Nottingham (and Leicester) demos against deportations to Congo

28-03-2007 20:36

Video Photo at Bridewell, after demo and march from Nottingham's new Market Square
Today in seven UK cities including Nottingham and Leicester, the Congolese community and their supporters held demonstrations to focus attention on government plans to categorise the 'Democratic' Republic of Congo as a 'safe' country to return people who have been fleeing the violence to the UK in search of security. In Nottingham people rallied and marched, highlighting that the Congolese who have already been deported face a very uncertain fate.

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Craig Murray on the British Marines Captured by Iran

28-03-2007 15:55

Craig Murray has written several articles on his blog about the British Marines captured by Iran and in his latest post he says that "I have been unpopular before, but the level of threats since I started blogging on the captured marines has got a bit scary". 4 of his blog posts are reproduced below.

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Easter Surprise: Attack on Iran, New 9/11... or Worse

28-03-2007 15:31

The Bush administration continues moving closer to a nuclear attack on Iran, and we ignore the obvious buildup at our peril.

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Poll: Bush Hive Mind Supports Iran Attack

28-03-2007 12:24

Of course, with an appropriate black flag terrorist event pinned on Iran, this fence sitting 18% and no doubt a large chunk those “somewhat” opposed to attacking Iran, or 19%, will team up to make a majority.

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Trident vote day blockaders - court update

28-03-2007 09:25

Yesterday (27 March), nine activists trundled along to Horseferry Rd mags to answer two charges relating to the blockade of Parliament Square on 14 March - the day of the parliamentary debate/vote on replacing Britain's WMD.

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US-Iran "Game of Chicken": Iran Stays Firm despite UN Sanctions

28-03-2007 08:07

As it seems, U.S. is preparing public opinions by its propaganda to use force against Iran. However, U.S. is concerned about of international repercussions. The sharp decline of the financial market in late February gave a red signal to such a plan

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Open Letter to President Jimmy Carter

28-03-2007 07:33

Introducing Palestine, Justice Not Apartheid

why is it not titled thusly?

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Introducing Palestine, Peace Not Apartheid

28-03-2007 07:30

I excitedly purchased the distinguished former American president Jimmy Carter's new book "Palestine, Peace Not Apartheid" and put it on my bookshelf to read the moment I got the chance. Alas, this book will now surely always sit there gathering dust and unread, because before I could get to it, I read the following account in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz about this book that greatly disturbed me. A new red herring has been cleverly introduced into the discourse space, albeit enlarging it somewhat, but not sufficiently for me to waste my time chasing down yet another distinguished red herring.

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Prince Hassan: Neocons and Israel Plan “New 100 Years of War” in the Middle East

27-03-2007 22:32

You’re not supposed to know what Prince Hassan Bin Talal knows, in fact what millions of Arabs know.

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UN Security Council: Sanctioning the next war of agression

27-03-2007 22:21

United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has once again voted to impose yet another sanction on Iran for its failure to suspend a legal activity allowed by the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty [1], to which Iran remains a signatory state, and that the IAEA itself has found no indication of any nuclear material being diverted to military purposes.

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4th Anniversary of Depleted Uranium used in Iraq arriving in the UK

27-03-2007 18:32

Thursday 29th March 2007 is the 4th anniversary of the uranium aerosols from the 'shock and awe' bombing of Iraq, reaching the UK. Today David Wilson, Press Office for the Stop the War Coalition, published an article on DU, which follows.

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Demo at Sheldon Immigration Court has been cancelled tomorrow

27-03-2007 13:56

pictures from last saturday's meeting in Ladywood Birmingham
The demonstration against deportations to the Democratic Republic of Congo at Sheldon Immigration Court in Birmingham has been cancelled, and is being re-scheduled for April.

The other 6 nationally co-ordinated demos are still going ahead.