Friday, December 5, 2008

Things I read - December 5, 2008

Police are ordered to destroy all DNA samples taken from innocent people
The first time a court has actually stood up against the Draconian legislation of Great Britain to Big Brotherise its entire population.

Gates pushes US to embrace 'irregular warfare'
Read this article as: CIA budget will be doubled, if we can't bomb you, we'll get sneakier.

America's Secular Spiritualists
More Americans are ready to make sacrifices to live in a world of limits, and more are ready to be aware that we are not the only people on this earth, says John Zogby.
It seems scarcity invigorates the moral conscience of Americans. Well, just a few anyway.

Torture blamed for US deaths in Iraq
Former US interrogator in Iraq says torture policy led to deaths of three thousand American soldiers. How about that? Torture doesn't work, tends to piss people off and creates more death.

Life at the Vice-president's residence.
A pictoral tour of the VPs lavish lifestyle...just goes to show you, evil pays off. Can't help comparing these images to those of the people who have been brutalised and raped by the vision of hegemony.

The New Arms Race: The Cost of Hegemony is Beyond Reach
By Paul Craig Roberts

Countries that live by debt, die by debt.

Whence Torture? An Early SERE Critic, Circa 1956
Torture didn't just arrive: it has been nurtured.

Bush's Parting 'FUCK YOU' to America
A very good read on the planned economic collapse of the USA.

Israeli "Auto Kill Zone" Towers Locked and Loaded
But the cameras are locked and loaded on Mexico.

If I had four trillion dollars
By David Suzuki with Faisal Moola

Perhaps we need a philosopher king afterall.

Links to Further Documents
Concerning the CIA
(for those few who want to know
what it really is and does)

CIA: Corruptly Insane Americans. Only for the strong of heart.

15 dirty cops snared in drug conspiracy sting

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