The Student Underground investigates how one survivor became a victim not only to sexual abuse, but to BU's allegedly sexist judicial policies. The case is currently being investigated by the Department of Education. Is it an isolated incident or part of a pattern?
This confirms what many of us suspected for years, basically that the masses are being slowly poisoned and made cronically ill. The motives run from population control to the millions made by the drug industries to treat these afflictions. In some cases the same corporations are making the poison and the treatment. Now that is what I call exploitation!!
This year, I did ask some "Big Boys" that I become a "member" of The Establishment because I saw an opportunity to transform its power into something that could be beneficial to all. I simply asked for a banking license and $10 billion.
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Michael Dolan, deputy director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, who discusses the history of the World Economic Forum., the planned protests and the concern that in the post-Sept. 11 environment in New York City.
On January 11, 2002, the United States announced that it was refusing to abide by the 1949 Geneva Convention on the treatment of prisoners of war in its treatment and internment of those taken prisoner in Afghanistan or Pakistan by the United States. The Third Geneva Convention, which provides specific guidelines for treatment of prisoner combatants, is a part of the "law of nations" and is a mainstay of international humanitarian law. The United States explained that the prisoners were not actually prisoners of war, but were in fact "unlawful combatants."