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News :: Technology
Hollywood Stock Exchange's Max Keiser ,Al Jazeera promote Naked U.S. Penny Stock Fraud
16 Jun 2007
Does Max Keiser and Al Jazeera in Arabic have a translation for 'naked shorting' or 'naked short selling' (a term used only by and for a U.S. penny stock scam) in Arabic !? What is it ? ! Does 'naked shorting' explain the collapse of Middle East markets of Dubai,Saudi Arabia and Kuwait,etc.,a while back ? I don't think so,unless Max Kleiser would like to make a case for that as well......
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News :: Race
Nifong/Duke case: Waiting for an apology, please.
16 Jun 2007
Modified: 10:09:17 PM
Justice served . Nifong admits guilt .Loses Law lisence.

White Americans still live in fear.
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Commentary :: Labor
Only Pressure on the Streets Can Advance the Struggle of Immigrant Workers
16 Jun 2007
Negotiations in the U.S. Senate on immigration “reform” legislation have stalled. Is this a victory or a defeat for the working class? Despite the hypocritical tears of some national immigrant rights leaders who lament that “we lost a big opportunity”, in reality, this stagnation of the process reflects an equilibrium in the balance of forces between those who benefit from the most miserable exploitation of 12 million workers, and the interests and organizational strength of those workers and their allies.

A detailed analysis of the proposal clearly reveals that this is an anti-immigrant “reform” which would increase the persecution of undocumented immigrants. This law would not improve the conditions of life of millions of families; on the contrary, it would make things worse.
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News :: Education : Media : War and Militarism
Stop These Stupid Wars
16 Jun 2007
Forum Topix posts:
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News :: Human Rights
CIA doctor says Bush Sr., Rockefeller led child sex slave scheme
15 Jun 2007
Caution: Distressing Content
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Review :: War and Militarism
Hamas works for Israel!
15 Jun 2007
Its just another coup d'etat by the Israeli Govt.on the Palestinians!
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News :: Environment : War and Militarism
Geiger Counter Shootout At the OK Corral
15 Jun 2007
"I told General Lee on March 19 to stop lying to the [Hawaiian] Legislature. And, I told him I would get him and I did on April 21 in south Kona with those high radiation monitor readings from Pohakaloa. And it wasn't just me, the citizens who have supported and followed through are the real strength of all of this. The media has to deal with these global voices now because they are the 'shot heard round the world.'"
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Commentary :: Labor
The Neoliberal Offensive and the Battle over Public Property
15 Jun 2007
Since the removal of the socialist camp, imperialism has resolved to repossess important sources of raw materials. This appropriation [process can best be described as the re-colonization of the world. Privatizations are the most important method for weakening the state.
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News :: Globalization : International : Labor : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
South African National Public Sector Strike Escalates
14 Jun 2007
A nationwide public sector strike by hundreds of thousands of workers has shut down schools, courts and hospitals in a bitter dispute over pay that has seen the army deployed against pickets.

Today thousands of workers have joined one of the largest strikes in South African history. The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) – which is a partner in the ANC government – has called for a one-day solidarity strike today from public and private sector workers as the ongoing pay dispute enters its 13th day.

Reports say that Durban, South Africa’s major port has ground to a halt as bus and taxi drivers joined the strike while mass marches are planned across the country, prompting the government to warn it will use the army to ‘prevent violence.’

Cosatu is demanding at least a 10% pay rise, while the government is offering 7.25%, revised from 6% before the strike action. With the rate of inflation at around 7% the pay ‘rise’ on offer is in fact a freeze after several years of falling real incomes.

On Friday 2,500 soldiers were deployed, firing rubber bullets at pickets. The government has so far sacked over 600 public health workers who are not allowed to strike under South African law, whilst it is withholding pay from the thousands of others talking action. Cosatu has said the strike will not end until such threats are withdrawn.
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Commentary :: Environment
Suddenly, the bees are simply vanishing
14 Jun 2007
Modified: 09:33:50 PM
Suddenly, the bees are simply vanishing
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