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Jorge Marsical 30.08.2003 20:04
The Far Right and Anti-Mexican Racism
Sensing the impending end of their white privilege, Right-Wing ideologues have been using racist imagery created by the John Birch Society and others. Patrick J. Buchanan wrote that MECA is "a Chicano version of the white-supremacist Aryan Nation... and is unabashedly racist and anti-American"

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Imc athens 30.08.2003 19:05
Photos from the demos against the summit of EU in Thessaloniki / 19-22 June 2003
Thumbnails lead to the main photos

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Michael Parenti 30.08.2003 18:52
The Super Rich Are Out of Sight
The top 0.25 percent owns more wealth than the other 99¾ percent combined . . . the Census Bureau revealed that for years they never interviewed anyone who had an income higher than $300,000. Or if interviewed, they were never recorded as above the "reportable upper limit" of $300,000 allowed by the bureau's computer program. In 1994, the bureau lifted the upper limit to $1 million--still excluding the very richest who own the lion's share of the wealth, the hundreds of billionaires and thousands of multimillionaires who make many times more than $1 million a year. The super rich simply have been computerized out of the picture.

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North Portlander 30.08.2003 18:15
Our Forests Deserve Better Than Smokey
Smokey The Bear as a symbol of forest stewardship has become old, soft and tired. It's time to look for a new kick ass spokesman with the proper direction and message . . .

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Imp Toy Shark 30.08.2003 17:20
Frankensteins in the Pentagon.
DARPA Bioengineering Program Seeks to Turn Soldiers Into Cyborgs .

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Portlander 30.08.2003 16:52
To add to the class discussion
I've never felt comforable with the "working class" and "middle class" definitions because they are divisive and designed to split the Proletariat.

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James Anderson 30.08.2003 16:14
Blair, Taking Cue from Bush, Puts Out Lights?
The day after he became only the second British PM to face a public inquiry, in the deepening 'Wargate' scandal, Tony Blair may have taken a page from Karl Rove's playbook, as power was cut in central London Friday afternoon, leaving some 250,000 commuters in scenes of chaos, reminiscent of the blackout in New York City August 15.

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William Kristol and Robert Kagan 30.08.2003 14:05
Do What It Takes in Iraq (aka 'Neocons Admit They’ve Blown It')
The United States must be serious about its Remember the ridicule neocons heaped on critics who predicted a quagmire in Iraq?

Now neocons Bill Kristol and Bob Kagan are calling for more troops and more money - two more army divisions and another $60 billion to be exact.

[direct from the neo-fascist horse's mouth, The Weekly Standard]

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Chris Marsden and Julie Hyland 30.08.2003 12:21
The Hutton Inquiry: Blair’s Testimony Deepens Government Crisis
Tony Blair and Alastair Campbell Blair was obliged to give some account of his actions and was unable to do so without resorting to a series of evasions and lies.

His testimony can be divided into two key areas: questions relating to the September 2002 dossier and the run-up to war, and those relating to Kelly.

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pdxaca 30.08.2003 12:13
Little Beirut #5
Little Beirut #5 will be out a little later than usual.

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Crash 30.08.2003 11:41
Results of Infernal Noise Brigade Trial
In three out of four charges stemming from July 8th, 2002 protest against Stumpqa Bank, band members are found NOT GUILTY! One member charged with "Interferring with an Officer" found GUILTY.

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mink 30.08.2003 11:16
10,000 Mink released -- ecoterrorism attack
10,000 mink released from Sultan farm cages

By Christopher Schwarzen and Jennifer Sullivan
Times Snohomish County bureau


STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES
A mink peeks from under a stump near a farm in Sultan, Snohomish County. Farm-bred mink don't do well in the wild, an industry spokeswoman said.


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Owners of a rural mink farm in Sultan Washington snonomish country spent a long day yesterday trying to round up more than 10,000 mink set free during a suspected ecoterrorism attack. Even as night fell, mink could be seen scampering through the area.

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Brent Herbert 30.08.2003 11:07
Homosexuality in the Bible
Consider that the United States, supposedly the example democracy for the rest of the world, still cannot pass the ERA, since the religious right won't let them, and you can see that like it or not, religion remains important, the Bible remains important, and this will continue to the case for a long time to come. Given how this is the case, finding effective ways of dealing with the Bible is important, not just as an internal matter between churches, but to the larger society as well.

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''' 30.08.2003 10:05
Hero Sandwiches
Troops get death and pay cuts while Bush gobbles barbecue, rakes in dough.
The men who go to war and live are spared for the single purpose of spreading bad news when they return, the bad news about the way war is fought and why, and by whom for whom, and the more men who survive the war, the higher the number of men who might speak."
--Anthony Swofford, U.S. Marine sniper, from his book Jarhead.

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zzz 30.08.2003 09:56
The Kids Left Behind
He was going to be the education president, and during the campaign in 2000 he hugged kids from coast to coast, crowing about the education miracle in Texas and promising to spread the Texas model nationwide.
He said he was a different kind of Republican, a man of honor and compassion who would look out for the kids. It was all smoke, of course — photo-ops in a cynical campaign. You knew it was smoke when the "compassionate" George W. Bush put Dick Cheney on the ticket, a former congressman who had voted against funding for Head Start, against subsidizing school lunches and against federal aid for college students. In other words, against kids.

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AP 30.08.2003 05:28
Whoops: Freed Minks Feeding on Livestock
Uh oh.

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no one in particular 30.08.2003 04:56
Party at the PPD on October 17th?
Does anyone want to have a celebratory party out front of the PPD building downtown, to celebrate the end of Kroeker's reign? It should be a joyous event. Music, dancing, etc. would be ideal (in my mind, anyway). Does anyone want to organize this? PPRC (it is a Friday, after all)...

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repost 30.08.2003 02:37
HOWARD DEAN IS A LYING SOB!
More dirt on Howard Dean the prowar "antiwar" candidate. Another good example why you should never ever trust an American Politician. They are liars and war criminals all. This comment says it all: "the development of Dean the candidate has revealed that the man is not merely a liar, but a chameleon of uncommon ability." Sounds almost like...Bubba Clinton don't it?

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repost 30.08.2003 02:23
Russian Envoy Denies American Claim that North Korea Threatened to Test Nukes!
This report is in stark contrast to the American (cough, cough) Free Press' hyping of the alleged threat made by NK to test its nukes. Somebody here is lying. Can you guess who? Hint: which nation lied about Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction? Let's see if the American Media reports this Russian denial in the same way it hyped the supposed NK "threat" to test its nukes. Don't hold your breath.

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wsj 30.08.2003 01:46
U.S. to Boost Bechtel's Iraq Reconstruction Contract
Faced with escalating costs and continued instability in Iraq, U.S. officials in Baghdad have decided to boost Bechtel Group Inc.'s postwar reconstruction contract by $350 million, or more than 50%, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

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knowledge is power 30.08.2003 01:28
Beware of FReepers
Creepy "FReepers" Target Activists

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Indymedia Volunteer 29.08.2003 22:35
Where Critical Mass Goes, Police Harrasment Follows
It was a beautiful day today in the North Park Blocks for this months Critical Mass. The sun was out, the city attorney was about (who was in the mass), the police were there in force, and the people of Portland didn't disappoint.

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Seth Borenstein 29.08.2003 21:59
Bu$h Administration: Carbon Dioxide Not a Pollutant
The decision reverses a 1998 Clinton administration position. It means that the Bush administration won't be able to use the Clean Air Act to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from cars.

Environmentalists are expected to respond by suing the EPA to try to force it to regulate carbon dioxide. The real fight is likely to shift to Congress, where some lawmakers are proposing a new law giving the EPA clear authority to regulate emissions of gases linked to global warming.

"Refusing to call greenhouse-gas emissions a pollutant is like refusing to say that smoking causes lung cancer," responded Melissa Carey, a climate policy specialist for Environmental Defense, a New York-based environmental group. "The Earth is round. Elvis is dead. Climate change is happening."

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Cascada Libre 29.08.2003 21:48
8th Annual ResistDance! benefit for forest defense Sunday, Sept. 7 - Laurelhurst Park
8th Annual ResistDance! benefit for forest defense Sunday, Sept. 7 - Laurelhurst Park at SE 28th and Oak in Portland. oh yeah, should be a good one! - music from Foghorn Leghorn Stringband, Laughing Moon Marimba, Desert Rat, Pennsyltucky Takeover, Brian QTN, (a square dance?) and more plus an all day T-Horse, climb trainings, workshops and food.

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BOOK REVIEW by Richard Glen Boire 29.08.2003 21:38
Saying Yes to Drugs!
Saying Yes: In Defense of Drug Use by Jacob Sullum The bulk of Jacob Sullum's book is devoted to logically demonstrating that most drugs aren't as bad as most people believe. Sullum never denies that some people do indeed get into problems with illegal drugs, but he marshals plenty of evidence to prove that even with the "hard drugs" like crack and heroin problem users are a small minority of users; the exception rather than the rule.

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Agence France-Presse 29.08.2003 21:19
US Struggles In 'Out Of Control' Iraq: Experts
(AFP Photo) With the bomb attack on the holy city of Najaf coming barely 10 days after the truck bomb that killed 23 people at the UN offices in Baghdad--including the UN special envoy Sergio Vieira de Mello--US and British of stabilising Iraq now look even more forlorn.

"Things are going rotten, we are seeing a degradation for which there appears to be no remedy," said Simon Serfaty, a specialist at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

"American military power seems to unable to keep up with events in a country where everything is out of control."

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Brian Cloughley 29.08.2003 21:07
When in Doubt, Lie Your Head Off
al-Husayn ballistic missile (Iraq's equivalent of Scud-B) The al-Hussein (Iraq's name for the Scud) would require, in conditions of an "error-free cycle of order-launch-egress" some three hours to be fired. Dr Tim McCarthy's [of the Center for Non-proliferation Studies] breakdown is: 1. Order communications and movement: 20 minutes; 2. Fuelling/warhead mating: 120 minutes; 3. Drive to launch site--20 minutes; 4. Launch and egress--30 minutes. (This is based on fuelling and mating being effected at the same time, which is a hazardous and unwise concurrency.)

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CatWoman 29.08.2003 17:29
Ding Dong Kroeker's Gone
One down, so many more to go.

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Hannah 29.08.2003 16:10
Stop Hager for FDA Reproductive Committee
Important - Women's Health Issue Whether you're Right or Left on the issue of women's reproductive rights, please consider the following...

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Mariposa 29.08.2003 15:35
How does one get a MESSAGE to PDX Indymedia folks?
I have sent an email request to the email link under Contacts asking for some assistance with something.......and it doesn't appear that I am going to even get a response, and certainly not some help.

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PP 29.08.2003 15:12
Kroeker resigns!!!
Ding dong....

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Mariposa 29.08.2003 15:12
BREAKING: KROEKER RESIGNING. Asked to leave!
Not a joke folks!

Just saw the crawl on the TV!

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Lars the Infidel 29.08.2003 15:10
OUTTA HERE!!
Kroeker is Gone!!

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Foo 29.08.2003 15:08
Kroeker Resigns
It's true

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Thimble 29.08.2003 14:33
Speaking of Bikes, join the Portland Ride to Trek for Trees
We're in the early stages of organizing a Portland ride to join with Cascadia Forest Defense on their benefit ride Trek for Trees. Soliciting bike mechanics and food supples. I'll be flyering at Critical Mass this evening and working on a more comprehensive announcement on Indymedia.

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eric 29.08.2003 14:24
A challenge to anarchists
A debate on anarchism and marxism

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xyzzy 29.08.2003 13:32
SICK ON THE INSIDE: Correctional HMOs and the coming prison plague
To describe David's scrotum as swollen and red would be a failure
of language. It was about the size of a rugby ball, so raw and
irritated, shiny and crimson, that it almost seemed to be covered
with blood. David hung his head. "They give me aspirin," he said.

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inquirer 29.08.2003 11:49
DAY 164--The DOG Ate The Iraqi WMDs!
David Investigators searching for Iraq's suspected weapons of mass destruction will report next month that Saddam Hussein's regime spread nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons plans and parts throughout the country to deceive the United Nations, according to senior Bush administration and intelligence officials.

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NothingAboutMeWithoutMe 29.08.2003 11:26
Hunger Strikers Demand
While many discuss abstract concerns and far away places, millions are subject to barbaric and inhumane treatment in the so called mental health system. Read about true grass roots activism in the face of corporate mind control.

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Andrew Greeley 29.08.2003 11:16
U.S. Sinking In Iraq Q_U_A_G_M_I_R_E.
$1 billion a week They got us into the war by playing games with the truth. They may also be able to spin a coverup that will persuade the public that the Iraq situation is not as bad as it seems. Can they get away with it? Maybe they can also pretend that unemployment is not serious.

I wouldn't bet against them.

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Mother 29.08.2003 10:42
Is Indymedia a safe place?
Indymedia, please post your privacy protection policy.

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Jonathan Tasini 29.08.2003 10:39
Jobs Without Power -- American Workplace Is A Dictatorship
For at least half their waking hours, the American people live in a dictatorship. At home or in public places, Americans enjoy a measure of freedom and liberty envied by most people around the world: freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of association (true, John Ashcroft is trying to change all that but that's another story). But, the moment Americans walk through the doors of their workplace, they enter into a world that strips away all their basic rights. Within the walls of the workplace, the whim of the corporation is more powerful than the U.S. Constitution.

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Human Rights Watch 29.08.2003 10:35
US- and UK-backed Warlords Implicated in Afghanistan Human Rights Abuses
"Human rights abuses in Afghanistan are being committed by gunmen and warlords who were propelled into power by the United States and its coalition partners after the Taliban fell in 2001. These men and others have essentially hijacked the country outside of Kabul. With less than a year to go before national elections, Afghanistan's human rights situation appears to be worsening."

~ Brad Adams, Executive Director of the Asia Division of Human Rights Watch

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FootPrints for Peace 29.08.2003 10:24
Run for Freedom Prisoners of Conscience
Running and Walking in prayer carrying the message All Life Is Sacred. To show our support for the SOA 86. And the protest in November at Fort Benning held by the SOAW

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Our elected officials are dumb 29.08.2003 10:23
ESPN commentator blasts baseball stadium in Porltand
This one's for the good people of Portland, Oregon -- the people who think
it would be a great idea to commit $350 million in a new baseball stadium
for the Portland Expos.

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Unauthorized, Unedited and Apocryphal 29.08.2003 10:21
IMF--Executive Board Meeting of the International Monetary Fraud
A meeting of the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fraud was held in the offices of the IMF in Washington, D.C. on Friday, August 1, 2003 at 12:00 p.m.

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Whimsy 29.08.2003 09:36
Stun Belt Fashion Craze
At $800 each, stun belts are the closest thing to a fashion craze in the correctional field. For the well-appointed prosecutor or prison guard, they're a must. The devices are battery-operated and fit around the waist of a prisoner. The guard holds a simple remote control that sends an eight-second, 50,000- to 70,000-volt surge through a prisoner, causing immediate loss of muscular control and incapacitation.

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BuzzFlash 29.08.2003 09:31
FOXNews Trivializes The Deaths of American Soldiers
a soldier in iraq is 66 times more likely to be killed in combat or by accident than a person killed by homicide in california.

or

if you are comparing death in iraq to murder in california, california is 68 times safer.

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May 2003 Vermont Conference 29.08.2003 09:19
The Sage of Imperialism: Harry Magdoff
This conference report was published in: Monthly Review Newsletter, Summer 2003.
"The neoconservative hawks in the Bush administration should be seen as frustrated outsiders involved in a desperate gamble to shore up declining U.S. power by throwing to the winds the legitimacy earned through U.S. diplomacy..Workers are drawn into the nationalist project of `exporting unemployment' rather than building internationalism."

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Mia 29.08.2003 08:58
Bush/Saudi Connection
This is long but well worth it. The rest of the world sees this kind of information on a daily basis, but the average American will never hear about it.

Greg Palast answers the question, "Was the Iraq War a Bush Cartel Effort to Divert Attention from Saudi Arabia, the Home and Chief Financier of bin Laden?"

A BUZZFLASH INTERVIEW

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Darlene Superville 29.08.2003 08:52
Rice Says U.S. Has No Imperial Ambitions
``We need allies and need them badly . . .'' ``Occasionally, we'll have differences,'' she said in a July 31 interview with ZDF German television. ``But that does not mean that the United States does not value its allies, does not value the opinions of its allies. And it, most especially, does not mean that we don't need allies.''

Rice also rejected the interviewer's comparison of the United States to the Roman Empire, which sought to acquire foreign countries.

``The United States has no imperial ambitions,'' she said.

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Redthunder 29.08.2003 04:47
King George Bush the second
I am so tired of Bush. How come so many people follow whatever bozo Bush tells them to do?

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Redthunder 29.08.2003 04:15
No prison project
This is about growing opposition to the prison project in Lakeview, Oregon.

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George Bender 29.08.2003 02:52
Working class vs. middle class
Also see:
Working class -- a definition
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2003/08/270802.shtml

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Brian McAfee 29.08.2003 00:16
American Interventionism, Need For A Change.
An overview of U.S. intervention and values, and a better approach to International relations and interventionism.

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Mark Weisbrot 28.08.2003 22:48
Labor Day 2003: Nothing to Celebrate
Over the past 30 years the productivity of the people whose brain and muscle creates the wealth of the world's richest nation has grown by 66 percent. But the wage of the typical employee - the median wage - has grown by only 7 percent.

What these numbers mean is that while American labor has continued producing more goods and services, the vast majority of employees have barely shared at all in the fruits of their increasing productivity. Compare these past 30 years with the first half of the post World War II era (1946-1973), when the typical wage grew by nearly 80 percent, or about in line with productivity growth.

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mom 28.08.2003 21:43
web site certificate authority???
I am not so computer literate as some of you, could someone please explain why I am now getting a "does not recognize web site authority" message every time I click an article on this site?
I use netscape if that makes any difference.. and I have never seen the message before.

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mark 28.08.2003 21:10
Perfect 9/11 analogy: Military intercepted Payne Stewart's jet but not 4 jumbo jets
Saw this posted by William Rivers Pitt on another site. This is the speech he gave to 10,000 people in Seattle last week at the peace rally.

It puts a lot in perspective and is suitable material for sleeping Americans

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Jeremy 28.08.2003 21:06
RIAA Terrorism
The RIAA's mass subpoena technique, which has not let up since it began, is simply a legalized corporate campaign of terror.

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Hypogymnia 28.08.2003 19:58
Solo Action Camp - And Wilderness Adventure Course
Commercial logging continues to degrade the lives of countless beings on the planet. We're standing in its way - come find out more. We will teach you what we know, and learn from each other. For the forest! For the planet! For our futures! For ourselves!

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