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Émission de L'Autre Monde du 17 avril 2008: 9/11 Inside Job et État Policier

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Émission de L'Autre Monde du 17 avril 2008: 9/11 Inside Job et État Policier


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L'Autre Monde 17 avril 2008
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- 17 avril 2008: Dernière émission de la saison. De retour le 8 mai 2008. Nous abordons en cette dernière les derniers développements à propos du 9/11 et de l'état policier, état de surveillance et d'espionnage, torture, Taser plus quelques autres nouvelles de l'actualité. Soyez au rendez-vous pour votre dose de lucidité!


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The Canada-Israel "Public Security" Agreement

Global Research, April 2, 2008

by Michel Chossudovsky

Canada and Israel have signed a far-reaching public security cooperation agreement.

The agreement, described as a "Partnership", involves a "Declaration of Intent" by the two governments. The Declaration was signed in Tel Aviv on March 23:

"Today, the Honourable Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety Canada and Avi Dicter, Minister of Public Security of the Government of the State of Israel, signed a Declaration of Intent to enhance cooperation in the area of public safety.


VOIR:

***Accord sur la "Sécurité Publique" Canada-Israël



Genocide announced

"All of the Palestinians must be killed; men, women, infants, and even their beasts." This was the religious opinion issued one week ago by Rabbi Yisrael Rosen, director of the Tsomet Institute, a long-established religious institute attended by students and soldiers in the Israeli settlements of the West Bank. In an article published by numerous religious Israeli newspapers two weeks ago and run by the liberal Haaretz on 26 March, Rosen asserted that there is evidence in the Torah to justify this stand.

Unflipping believable.

UN expert stands by Nazi comments

The next UN investigator into Israeli conduct in the occupied territories has stood by comments comparing Israeli actions in Gaza to those of the Nazis.

Speaking to the BBC, Professor Richard Falk said he believed that up to now Israel had been successful in avoiding the criticism that it was due.

There should be no special exception for Israel when it comes to the human rights of Palestinians, period, end of discussion.

What Professor Falk is doing is merely stating the obvious, and that's what has Israeli officials cringing and sputtering.

And if Israel bars Falk from assuming his Human Rights Investigator post, Israel should be thrown out of the UN.

La CIA n’a jamais cessé de contrôler les groupes terroristes de Miami

L’ex-agent Philip Agee l’a affirmé dans son dernier discours : la CIA n’a jamais cessé de contrôler les groupes terroristes cubano-américains et, dans le sud de la Floride, elle a la capacité d’imposer sa volonté dans ce secteur, tant au FBI qu’à la police de Miami.

Pro golfer faces charges after killing bird with ball

ORLANDO, Florida (AFP) - Pro golfer Tripp Isenhour, facing misdemeanor charges and possible jail time after hitting and killing a hawk that is protected by conservation laws, apologized on Thursday.

RIAA Keeps Settlement Money, Artists May Sue

When EMI, Universal Music and Warner music reached settlement agreements with the likes of Napster, KaZaA and Bolt, they collected hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation - money that was supposed to go to artists whose rights had been allegedly infringed upon when the networks were operating with unlicensed music.

Now, according to an article, the managers of some major artists are getting very impatient, as it appears the very people who were supposed to be compensated - the artists - haven’t received anything from the massive settlements. They say the cash - estimated to be as much as $400m - hasn’t filtered through to their clients and understandably they’re getting very impatient.

Music Industry Proposes a Piracy Surcharge on ISPs

Having failed to stop piracy by suing internet users, the music industry is for the first time seriously considering a file sharing surcharge that internet service providers would collect from users.

In recent months, some of the major labels have warmed to a pitch by Jim Griffin, one of the idea's chief proponents, to seek an extra fee on broadband connections and to use the money to compensate rights holders for music that's shared online.

There is only one problem. The RIAA have not paid the artists a cent out of all the money they have collected from their anti-piracy lawsuits.

Woman Sues RIAA For Racketeering, Spying

A lawsuit that accuses the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) of racketeering, fraud and illegal spying was revived Friday after a federal judge dismissed the case a month ago. An Oregon woman, Tanya Andersen, originally counter-sued the RIAA after she was served with notice of an RIAA lawsuit falsely alleging copyright infringement and demanding penalties. A judge tossed Anderson's first case, but her amended lawsuit, filed Friday in Oregon U.S. District Court, seeks to represent thousands of people in a class-action suit as attorneys claim they have been wrongly targeted for music piracy by the RIAA.

Warner Proposes $5/Month "Music Tax" for MP3 Downloads

Warner Music Group has proposed a $5/month music tax to be charged by ISPs for 24-hour access to high-quality music downloads:

I have a couple problems with this.

First, this system means that people who are not downloading music are forced to pay for those who do. That's socialism.

Second, with everyone forced to pay the same flat fee, there is no incentive to produce better music. The owners of the mp3 servers will just load them up with whatever crap they can find at the lowest cost, along with the theme songs for whatever films and TV shows they are peddling at the moment. Musicians who write politically challenging songs will never get heard because there the mechanism for audiences to support them by choosing to buy their music has been removed.

With everyone forced to pay for the mp3 services, there is less money for people to spend on their local small bands.

Thanks a lot, music pirates; you've screwed us all.

Bombes à retardements cherche des réponses

Bombes à retardements cherche des réponses

En 1957, 40 soldats canadiens servaient de cobayes pour des expériences nucléaires.

Éric Ruel, originaire de Pincourt, et son équipe ont suivi trois vétérans qui vivent avec les séquelles inimaginables d’essais nucléaires et tentent de convaincre le gouvernement d’admettre ses erreurs et de l’offrir des excuses.

« C’est une opportunité de changer les choses. Il faut que ce dossier se règle. Ces hommes ne sont plus jeunes et ils veulent au moins mourir avec dignité », dit Eric Ruel.

Le documentaire-choc d’Éric Ruel enquête sur les soldats canadiens qui ont été soumis à des expériences nucléaires en 1957 au Nevada. (Photothèque)

Il y a près de dix ans, son équipe a découvert une coupure de journal sur les soldats envoyés au Nevada. Pas de détails, mais M. Ruel a commencé à mener une enquête sur cette « mission ».

La fin de semaine prochaine, le documentaire sera diffusé sur les ondes de Global et de Canal D. « Le gouvernement a peur de ce documentaire », dit M. Ruel.

En juillet 1957, près de quarante soldats canadiens sont conduits à 105 km de Las Vegas, au camp Desert Rock. Tout porte à croire que les soldats ont été choisis pour un camp d’entraînement spécialisé. Pourtant, ils sont envoyés au Nevada comme cobayes pour tester comment le soldat moyen réagirait en combat.

Au cours des deux mois qui suivent, les soldats sont soumis à six déflagrations nucléaires et participent à des simulations de combat sur des terrains contaminés.

Un soldat se rappelle de la première explosion, alors que la troupe était à 20 km de l’explosion. « On nous a dit de nous retourner et nous couvrir le visage. Je pouvais voir à travers mon bras. Je pouvais voir les montagnes à travers la tête du soldat en avant de moi. Je voyais ses plombages », dit-il.

Certaines des bombes étaient quatre fois plus puissantes que celle d’Hiroshima, et les soldats étaient à moins de 1000 m de la déflagration.

Ce n’est que de retour au Canada que les effets des rayons et les retombées radioactives se font sentir. Leucémies, cancers, troubles pulmonaires et cardiaques, arthrite virulente, les maux et maladies se multiplient chez ces soldats. Plusieurs femmes des soldats font des fausses couches, et certains enfants ont des malformations et des cancers. Près de 80 % des soldats sont maintenant morts ou souffrent de problèmes de santé.
Malgré tout, l’histoire reste dans l’ombre.

US Catholic church paid 615 mln dlrs for abuse cases in 2007

The Roman Catholic church in the United States paid out 615 million dollars (400 million euros) last year for child sex abuse cases involving members of the clergy, or 54 percent more than the previous year, a report showed Friday.

Vatican: Islam surpasses Roman Catholicism as world's largest religion

Islam has surpassed Roman Catholicism as the World's largest religion, the Vatican newspaper said Sunday. "For the first time in history, we are no longer at the top: Muslims have overtaken us,"

Monsignor Vittorio Formenti said in an interview with the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano.

British researchers create human-animal hybrid embryo amid political row

The embryos were created by injecting DNA taken from human skin cells into eggs derived from cow ovaries with almost all their genetic material stripped away, and lasted for three days in a laboratory.

Moyen-Orient

Riyadh: Pressure Israel to sign NPT

Saudi Arabia has called for international pressure to compel Israel to accept the international monitoring over its nuclear activities.

Forget all the wailing about the "nookular" bombs Saddam did not actually have, or the "nookular" bombs Iran might someday make way off in the future. The only nation in the Mideast that has these horror weapons right now is Israel.

Injustice for West Bank children in Israeli military courts

Watchdogs say the arrest and detention process of Palestinian children violates the international Convention on the Rights of the Child, to which Israel is signatory.

"A central aspect of the interrogation phase, is the use of particular forms of torture and ill treatment," says DCI.

So, tell me again how Israel is the only functioning "democracy" in the Middle East.

Apparently, this "democracy" tortures Palestinian kids to get them to confess to anything, then hauls them off for a prison sentence after the decree by a kangaroo court.

Please remember, as you're filling out your tax forms this April, that this "democracy" siphons off billions in taxpayer dollars, while US homeless veterans are sleeping in the streets.

Israel Depletes Gaza of Fuel, Blackout Looming Monday Crisis Brings Traffic to Standstill, Water Supply Threatened

Available quantity of fuel will allow Gaza's sole power plant to operate only Sunday, threatening to plunge the Gaza Strip into darkness Monday, unless Israeli deliveries of fuel are resumed to avert an imminent blackout as well as the exacerbation of the humanitarian crisis, which brought traffic to a standstill in the Israeli-besieged Gaza Strip.

What the world needs to do, immediately, is to cease any monetary or military assistance to Israel, and tell them that it will not resume unless and until the siege of Gaza ends, period, end of discussion. - M. R.

Gaza health ministry issues urgent appeals to humanitarian organizations

In a press statement received by the PIC, the ministry stated that ambulance service stopped transferring injuries and patients after fuel supplies were depleted and Palestinian doctors are unable to reach their work places because of lack of sufficient transport means, while patients in hospitals are surrounded by the specter of death.

Of course, these are precisely the outcomes Israel governmental officials knew would happen and desired; no bullets, just slow, lingering, painful deaths due to illness and injuries.

PALESTINIAN CHILD MURDERED ON ISRAEL'S 'ROAD TO PEACE'

Can a bus driver miss seeing a 15 year old crossing a road on a donkey? The answer is yes if the child was a Palestinian and the driver was working for illegal settlers. The driver claims it was an accident.... but we know better.... IT WAS MURDER! There were witnesses.... all Palestinians.... Will their testemony be heard in a court of law? Again we know the answer...

Iraqi Army: 52 Blasts Hit Baghdad Green Zone Last Week

BAGHDAD (AFP)--At least 52 rockets or mortar bombs hit the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad in the past week, Brigadier General Qassim Atta, spokesman for the Iraqi army in the capital, said Tuesday.

Atta said another 90 mortar bombs or rockets struck various other places in Baghdad over the same period.

Iraqi unit flees post, despite American officer's plea

A company of Iraqi soldiers abandoned their positions on Tuesday night in Sadr City, defying American soldiers who implored them to hold the line against Shiite militias.

Tricking the Iraqis into killing each other off isn;t going so well.

Thousands of police officers who refused to fight Sadr are given the sack

Interior Minister Jawad Boulani has ordered the dismissal of thousands of police members and officers who allegedly refused orders to take part in the fight against the militiamen of cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.

Guess who they are going to go to work for now!

US strike kills own soldiers in Baghdad

The US military says an Apache helicopter has accidentally destroyed one of its own armoured vehicles in eastern Baghdad.

Military Personnel Account for 20% of U.S. Suicides

About 1,821 current or former soldiers committed suicide in 16 states in 2005, the most recent year of available data, according to the report published today by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Almost half were diagnosed with depression and a third left suicide notes.

Imagine waking up one morning and realizing you were NOT the benevolent occupier your government had told you that you were.

Afrique

Uganda: U.S. Army Set to Recruit Citizens

The US Government appears to have solved the problem of whether US Army soldiers would fire on US civilians during gun seizures. No doubt some of Idi Amin's top thugs will be kicking down our doors in the near future.

Santé

World's Biggest Importers Ban U.S. Beef

The biggest markets for U.S. beef around the world slammed shut Wednesday amid fears about a suspected case of mad cow disease in the United States, as Mexico, Japan and South Korea closed their borders to U.S. beef.

The three largest importers of U.S. beef were among more than a dozen countries that halted imports -- the source of billions of dollars of sales for U.S. cattlemen.

On joue des tambours de la guerre et du spectre du terrorisme

A.B.C. kits to be redistributed to public

The decision to redistribute the kits was made by the Defense Ministry, in view of the recent ground-to-ground missile threats made evident against Israel and in an attempt to boost home front readiness against a possible chemical attack emanating form Iran or Syria.

Translation: we may well be looking at some sort of "false flag" chemical attack by Israel against its own people to start a war against Syria, Iran, or both.

IDF Deputy Chief vows 'painful' response to any attack on Israel

Israel Defense Forces Deputy Chief of Staff Major General Dan Harel on Wednesday warned Israel's enemies not to attack, saying "anyone who tries to harm Israel must remember that it is the strongest country in the region, and retaliation will be powerful and painful."

Translation: watch for some kind of "false flag" operation in the not too distant future, which Israel will use as a justification to go to war with some other country (or countries) in the region, screaming "self-defense" every step of the way.

Israel sends more jets to Syrian border

Israel has increased the number of times it sends fighter jets to the Syrian border, 'in preparation' for a possible confrontation.'

Wonder what the bets are in Vegas about how soon Israel will be staging a false flag attack as a justification for starting the next military conflict in the Middle East?

Israel threatens Iran with destruction

An Israeli minister has threatened Iran with destroying the country if the Islamic Republic launches 'an attack on the regime'.

It isn't Iran that is talking about invading other countries in the region. This sounds a lot like "We're gonna have the US bomb you but don't you dare counter-attack!"

Olmert: Emergency drill is not cover for attack on Syria

Ministers will go over various scenarios in which thousands of missiles and rockets are fired at Israel, incurring many civilian causalities. There will also be scenarios including the use of non-conventional weapons.

"The drill is no front for Israeli bellicose intentions toward Syria," Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said. "Its aim is to check the various authorities' ability to carry out their functions."

This kind of a drill is a very expensive dress rehearsal in advance of some kind of large-scale military action Israel is contemplating.

The question is, against whom?

Israel warns Iran ahead of 'routine' emergency drill

A day before Israel implements a "routine" emergency drill, an Israeli official Monday said the entire country is at risk of Hezbollah rocket attacks and blamed Iran for "provoking us" by backing the terrorist group.

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

Israel hosts NATO naval drill

Israel has been shoring up ties recently with NATO as part of preparations for any future showdown with Iran.

Forgive me, but where in the NATO mandates or charter does it say anything about its working with Israel against Iran in a potential military confrontation?

And where does that put NATO relative to its already chilly relations with Russia?

The NATO high command had better do some really critical thinking right now.

Because if they don't they just may get suckered into an Israeli "false flag" operation (of course, blamed on Iran), from which there can be no retreat, putting NATO on a military collision course with Russia.

Lebanon moves civilians away from Israel border

In another sign that renewed armed conflict between Israel and Hizballah may be on the horizon, a major Arab satellite network reported Sunday that the Lebanese army had begun pulling the civilian population back from the Israeli border.

Looks like Israel is going to invade again! They do so want that Litani River.

Olmert warns Hamas of coming storm

Israel's prime minister Ehud Olmert has promised Hamas will be hit hard following the attack at Nahal Oz that killed two Israelis on Wednesday. Speaking at a party meeting, he said an operation was imminent that would prevent the group "from operating as it does today".

One has to wonder if total annihilation of the Palestinian people is what OImert and his political cronies are contemplating.

US defence chief in Oman for talks with sultan

One of the few states in the greater Middle East that Gates has not visited since becoming defence secretary in December 2006, Oman has in the past given the United States access to its ports and airfields in times of crisis.

Translation: the excrement may well be about to hit the proverbial fan relative to a potential US/Israeli attack against Iran

Cheney cold-shouldered

There is talk of new wars across the Middle East this summer - and there is nothing new about that. What is new is the reaction of America's closest allies in the Arab world to the latest outbreak of belligerent rhetoric. Led by Saudi Arabia, the Gulf states, and Egypt, they have indicated they don't like the war talk from Vice-President Cheney and his team.

Furthermore, they're hedging their bets. While not exactly cosying up to Moscow they have opened up new lines of diplomacy with the Russians on a range of issues from regional security to nuclear technology, and joining the World Trade Organisation.

Britain warns terror threat is worsening

LONDON, England (AP) -- Jacqui Smith's estimate came as she argued for an extension of the time authorities are allowed to hold terror suspects without charge.

"We now face a threat level that is severe. It's not getting any less, it's actually growing," Smith wrote in the editorial to be printed in The News of The World tabloid. "There are 2,000 individuals (police and security agencies) are monitoring. There are 200 networks. There are 30 active plots."

"The terror threat is getting worse. I said, THE TERROR THREAT IS GETTING WORSE! (BOOM). See?" -- 9 3/4 Downing Street - M. R.

British fear US commander is beating the drum for Iran strikes

British officials gave warning yesterday that America's commander in Iraq will declare that Iran is waging war against the US-backed Baghdad government.

This AFTER Iran came in and helped quiet down the conflict last week.

(Ahem). A memo to General Petraeus and what's left of the congress capable of a logical thought.

What Iran did during the recent conflict between the Mahdi Army and Al-Maliki's government was broker a cease fire., just in case any of you are incapable of thinking back a week or so.

Can this be the action of an Iranian government hell-bent on more chaos and bloodshed in Iraq?

Had that been Iran's goal, would they not have tacitly encouraged El Sadr and his militias to keep up the fighting?

And as to Petreus' comment that "The rockets that were launched at the Green Zone were Iranian-provided, Iranian-made rockets," I have one comment: prove it, please beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Can't do it?

Then let's not attack Iran.

And there's another issue that no one wants to discuss about Iran; the 6,000 lb gorilla in the living room on this issue, Russia.

Just what do congress and General Petraeus believe that Russian political leadership will do if we attack Iran, just sit back and twiddle their collective thumbs until the smoke clears?

I wouldn't bet on it.

NATO 'direct threat' to Russia, says Putin

President Vladimir Putin lashed out at NATO plans to continue its eastward expansion, saying Russia would see the induction of Ukraine and Georgia as an "immediate threat" to its security and react accordingly.

Too many people in NATO (and in DC) who see WW3 as a way out of their troubles.

Russia demands permanent access to shield sites

Russia says the planned shield is a threat to its own security and the row over the issue has helped to drive diplomatic relations with the United States to their lowest point since the Cold War.

Russians are wise to want to know precisely where the missiles at the Czech site will be headed at all times.

Target: Bin Laden

The shaky politics of Pakistan and doubts about Al Qaeda could soon put the terrorist leader in our grasp.

'US seeking control over Pak nukes'

The Bush administration is struggling to gain control over Pakistan's nuclear facilities, new media reports have suggested.

In the latest move, Washington sought direct access to Pakistan's Nuclear Command Authority by assigning an officer at the US embassy in Islamabad to liaise with the body that controls the country's nuclear weapons.

We could possibly tick off the newly elected Pakistani Parliament more intensely, but it's hard to really know how, after this smooth move.

This perhaps puts Bush's recemt remarks about the next possible terror attack on the US coming from Pakistan in a much clearer perspective.

US military turns away speed boats in Gulf

Three speed boats of unidentified origin approached a US patrol boat as it transited the Gulf but stopped after a warning flare was fired, a US Navy spokesman said.

" ... of unidentified origin ..."

" ... of unidentified origin ..."

" ... of unidentified origin ..."

The attack on the USS Liberty was carried out by planes and boats " ... of unidentified origin ..."

Bush speaks on the possibility of another 9/11

US President George Bush has said he believes another 9/11 attack on the United Sates should be considered a strong possibility and warned that such an attack could originate from Pakistan.

In an interview with America's ABC TV, Mr Bush said: "If another September 11 style attack is being planned, it probably is being plotted in Pakistan, and not Afghanistan."

"So when that big bang happens, y'all will know who to blame for it!" -- Official White Horse Souse

U.N. Official Calls for Study Of Neocons' Role in 9/11

A new U.N. Human Rights Council official assigned to monitor Israel is calling for an official commission to study the role neoconservatives may have played in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

No WONDER Israel won't let this guy across the border!


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