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Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 12:44:31 -0700 (PDT)
The killing started on Monday.
Please send a message to Australian Defence Minister Joel Fitzgibbon to stop the kangaroo cull at Belconnen today: http://go.care2.com/e/5dgF/Uyk7/qMBD
Dozens of kangaroos were darted and killed Monday on a former naval base in Canberra, Australia after the government refused to translocate the animals, saying the cost would be too high. Animal welfare activists drew up plans to relocate the animals for much less money, but the government proceeded with killing these kangaroos instead.
The cull continues as I write this message, and the military plans to kill 400 kangaroos. Please help stop this senseless killing - sign the petition to save these kangaroos today:
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team
Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 05:10:54 +0000
The crisis in Myanmar is growing, and we need your voice today to help get international aid to the Burmese people. Please sign our petition today, and then ask your friends to do the same: go.care2.com/e/4vw8/UrYQ/qMBD
Up to 100,000 people may have been killed in last weekend's cyclone in Myanmar. At least 1.5 million people are homeless or at risk. Yet the military junta ruling Myanmar is dragging its feet on allowing international aid and workers into the country to deliver desperately needed food and supplies to the suffering Burmese people.
We can't stand by and watch more people die because their government refuses to act. Sign our petition to the Embassies of Myanmar to urge them to make sure international aid reaches the people of Myanmar immediately:
Thank you for acting now,
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team
Forward to a friend >> go.care2.com/e/4vw7/UrYQ/qMBD
Read the petition >> go.care2.com/e/4vw8/UrYQ/qMBD
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 12:42:07 +0100
1. 30 year rule review
The Campaign for Freedom of Information has responded to the review of the 30 year rule set up by the Prime Minister. The response summarises the 7 Information Tribunal decisions to date dealing with advice or internal discussion and points out that in almost every case the Tribunal has held that disclosure should have taken place at the time of the request, a few years or months after the decision. It says that such material should in future be proactively released after 15 years, though if necessary, the reduction could be brought in in two stages, starting with 20 years initially.
The full submission can be downloaded from www.cfoi.org.uk/pdf/cfoi_30yr_submission.pdf (462 kb).
2. Survey of FOI requesters
The Constitution Unit, based at University College London, is carrying out a survey of FOI requesters and is keen to hear the views of anyone who has used the Act. The survey is part of a research project aimed at evaluating the impact of the Freedom of Information Act on central government.
If you would like to take part in this survey, you can complete it online at http://tinyurl.com/622yto. Or, for further information, contact Ben Worthy at b.worthy at ucl.ac.uk or on 020 7679 4974.
Campaign for Freedom of Information
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Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2008 14:42:05 +0530 (IST) From: Jagannath Chatterjee
As you are aware, we have strongly protested against the attempts to introduce Bt Cotton into Orissa. As a part of our strategy to broadbase the protest we have submitted a petition at PetitionOnline.com which is available at the following link. We would request you to kindly go through the petition at the link given below and sign it. We would be grateful if you can kindly mention your address.
We would also request you to kindly circulate the petition link amongst your friends and the groups you own/belong to so that we can create awareness and build up pressure on this very vital issue which threatens our health / food security as well as livelihood security besides posing a grave danger to the ecosystem as well as biodiversity.
Think Simply. Think Wisely.
Curb Semantics. Speak the Truth
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 10:27:19 +0100
What effect does the dropping of the 10% tax band make on the lowest paid? I cannot believe that a Labour, albeit New Labour, can do this to their own core vote. Personally, I could never vote for the Conservative Party having survived the Thatcher years, but who do we vote for to create a fairer society?
Right - have a suspicion the men-in-suits MPs have a different agenda - i.e representing the greedy & pervy rich; maybe check ukrich, real-life, reptiles and maybe below.
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2008 07:48:44 +0100 From: kim stirling Subject: Anti-Secret Societies petition
Petition for parents to warn their children about the corrupt Secret Societies
Can you please sign and promote our latest petition. We all have to expose the main problem as much as we can.
Still love you and keep up the great fight. We are all definitely winning and we at SF predict a huge corruption bubble to burst very, very soon.
If you do nothing, then we all go down.
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2008 01:11:07 EDT From: Fernwoods Subject: Congress votes Tuesday on paper ballots for 2008 -- Act Now
Ask your representative, today, to vote for HR 5036, the Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act, to provide federal money to cover the costs of any US election district / county that wants to vote on paper ballots and institute an audit.
This is our only chance to improve election security before the November election.
Call the toll free Congressional switch board at any of the numbers below and ask for your Representative or give your zip code to be connected to the correct office. If you can't call until late, most will record your message.
1 (800) 459 - 1887
1 (800) 614 - 2803
1 (800) 828 - 0498
Phone calls are best, but there is an easy email action at:
Tell Congress: Pass HR 5036 Emergency Bill for Secure Elections in 2008
With little more than six months to go before the election, now is your best chance to help make the 2008 Presidential election verifiable. Please ask your members of Congress to co-sponsor the "Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act of 2008", Representative Rush Holt's bill to provide emergency funding for paper ballots voting systems and random hand counted audits of the November elections.
Date: Friday, April 04, 2008 8:26 AM From: Ad Hoc National Network to Stop Foreclosures and Evictions Subject: Action Alert: Moratorium Now! Tell the House and Senate Bankingand Finance Committees
TELL THE HOUSE AND SENATE BANKING AND FINANCE COMMITTEES: MORATORIUM ON FORECLOSURES AND EVICTIONS NOW!
Please tell the House and Senate Banking and Finance Committee you want a Moratorium on Foreclosures and Evictions NOW!
Sign the petition below and send it to President Bush, Members of the House and Senate Banking and Finance Committees, Congressional leaders, your own Congressional delegation, and media representatives!
Dear member of the House and Senate Banking and Finance Committees:
I call on Congress to enact an immediate emergency moratorium on home foreclosures and evictions. Moreover, until the Mortgage Bankers Association agrees to an immediate moratorium on home foreclosures and evictions, I call on members of Congress to refuse to meet with representatives of the MBA during the Association's scheduled lobbying day on Thursday, April 17.
People from across the country who are facing the prospect of losing their homes will be demonstrating in front of the Mortgage Bankers Association's annual policy conference in Washington D.C. on April 16, to demand that the Association formally endorse a call for such a moratorium.
The speedy, expensive, and extraordinary action that the Federal Reserve Bank took in response to the Bears Stearns crisis a few days ago is, in reality, tantamount to a government-enacted moratorium on bank failures.
Congress has its own proposals for bringing relief to people at risk of losing their home. However, none of the proposals are as sweeping, immediate and effective as a moratorium.
The Fed's action required no legislation, no hearings, no studies, no half measures, and no time lag. Why is it, then, that a similar moratorium on home foreclosures and evictions cannot be enacted to stop the largest number of home foreclosures since the Depression of the 1930s?
By refusing to meet with representatives of the MBA on April 17, you will be helping the mortgage banking industry wake up to the fact that they can no longer avoid, ignore, or continue to resist the popular and human demand that they simply stop evicting families from their homes.
SIGN THE PETITION
Tell the House and Senate Banking and Finance Committee you want a Moratorium on Foreclosures and Evictions NOW!
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008
Support Ron Paul's "American Freedom Agenda Act"
_Please ask your Congressperson and your two Senators to co-sponsor Ron Paul's "American Freedom Agenda Act." _ (http://action.downsizedc.org/wyc.php?cid=82)
This bill would . . .
* Repeal the "Military Commissions Act of 2007" and thereby restore the ancient right of habeas corpus and end legally sanctioned torture by U.S. government agents
* Give Congress standing in court to challenge the President's use of "signing statements" as a means to avoid executing the nation's laws
* Make it illegal for government agents to kidnap people and send them abroad to be tortured by foreign governments
* Provide legal protection to journalists who expose wrong-doing by the Federal government
* Prohibit the use of secret evidence to label groups or individuals as terrorists for the purpose of criminal or civil sanctions
This one simple 3-page bill will . . .
* Restore basic Constitutional protections
* Empower Americans to support human rights, democracy, and the rule of law in the world at large free from the stink of hypocrisy
* Protect Americans and American soldiers from blowback by foreign powers in retaliation for our government's transgression of America's most hallowed principles
DC Downsizers have so far sent 22,158 messages to Congress in support of this bill, but we need to do more. You can send your message here.
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 11:09:02 +0100 Subject: Serious warning about the Freemasons From: kim stirling
Protect your children today, warn them about the Secret Societies now, before it's too late. The Masons badly want to mind-control as many kids as possible to protect their power and control. Freemasonry is a dangerous criminal cult, network, organisation.
They will tell your kids it's all good when in fact it is the opposite. Your kids will become Masonic drones/slaves and they in turn will destroy your whole family and society with it. How can one person talk to another, knowing this evil is out there ?
People don't realise that Freemasonry is also Mormons, Opus Dei, Jehovah's Witnesses, Common Purpose, Round Table, Speculative Society, Knights of St. Columba, Rotarians, Shriners, Co-Masons, Eastern Star (female masons), etc.
Do not listen to one word from a Mason's mouth. They can only repeat or defend their brainwash, they are told nothing else. They are also sworn to protect each other. They have been dehumanised and will only listen to their twisted Masonic Controllers.
The Freekmasons use hundreds of different names worldwide to confuse and deceive. We have challenged them all over the Net (13 months ago) to come and talk to their victims in front of a live, filmed audience and they have refused, because it's all true.
Checkout www.secondfamily-uk.com, www.ljpr.info, www.henrymakow.com, www.rense.com, www.ivanfraser.com - Far too many to list here, just follow the links and read the truth for yourselves. Your future depends on this knowledge.
Our advice to all members of this criminal organisation is to leave immediately, modern technology will expose "YOU".
Contact your local politician or media, this has to be banned immediately. Please forward this to everyone you care about. ASAP
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 09:31:34 EDT
VERY URGENT ACTION NEEDED today (Tuesday), and early Wednesday morning!
Call or fax your Congressperson NOW and tell him to co-sponsor HR 5036, the Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act of 2008 introduced by Rep. Rush Holt.
HR 5036 is scheduled to have a markup in the House Administration Committee this Wednesday April 2. Once the bill goes through markup, no additional co-sponsors can be added. This bill is a much-needed measure and may be our last chance to protect the 2008 election.
If you do not see your Congressman on the list below, CALL OR FAX HIS WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE NOW and ask him to join the co-sponsors of the bill TODAY.
You can find your Congressperson here: www.congress.org/congressorg/directory/congdir.tt_
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 15:09:58 GMT
Google: << Mike James paedophiles >> Pages with links to a 19 January 2003 Sunday Herald article have had their links replaced, and the entire edition has been removed from Newsuk online archive.
OK - did that Google Search - surprised all those results haven't been censored. The whole mess needs investigating, along with other input, & stuff linked on site - also maybe try Search (- terms `ped~' or `pedo' used on-site)
2012 Update - More facts emerging about the extent of the pedophile conspiracy (at high levels, maybe even including Ministers and Prime Ministers).
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 10:18:44 +0000 Subject: Are you a target of Freemasonry ?
We are all victims of Freemasonry and Common Purpose
Every person who works within TV, Newspapers and Radio are all helping the Masons. By not investigating or reporting about this criminal organisation, they are helping this evil.
Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 15:57:37 -0700
CONCEPT FOR your publishing of fine and relevant articles, -- FIND AUTHORS who can write a really great one on this BANKSTERS RUN AMOK theme. http://home.earthlink.net/~anitaastrologer/wallstgreed.htm
see also CONSPIRACIES THAT HAVE CHEAPENED LIFE at http://www.masterjules.net/index2.htm
The final remedy, what laws need implementing to restrict WALL STREET?
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 12:01:37 -0000 Subject: [PNEWS-L] Europeans - Current statistics show Animal Testing up by 3.2%
Latest figures show Animal Testing is up overall by 3.2% to 12.1 million in 2005. This is despite European Commission and member state's individual promises to reduce and replace the use of animals in experiments.
Some details for 2005:-
Mice 6 million 53%
Rats 2.2 million 19%
Birds 650,000 5.4%
Rabbits 300,000 2.6%
Cold Blooded Animals 1.8 million 15%
Guinea Pigs 240,000 2.1%
The European Commission is currently reviewing Directive 86/609/EEC, which sets out the rules for animal experimentation across the whole of Europe. There is still time to make a difference to the final draft.
The European Commission itself acknowledges that non-animal replacements "...have the potential to provide robust information through quality-controlled, state-of-the-art tests which are faster and less cost-intensive than classical animal-based tests".
Many non-animal research techniques exist that are cheaper, quicker and more effective than Animal Testing. A few are molecular research, computer simulations, tissue and organ culture and use of micro-organisms such as bacteria. It is in all our interest that Animal Testing is replaced with Alternatives based on Human Biology not Animals.
For evidence that superior Alternative Research & Testing is replacing Animal Testing visit
Contact your MEPs and urge them to make Alternative Research a priority as part of the revision process of Directive 86/609/EEC.
For contact details of your MEPs visit
If you want to do more:-
Over 10,000 primates are used in experiments in Europe every year. Please write to the European Commission and ask them to ban primate tests. To help, a prepared letter can be found at
Please sign URGENT! Tell Government to ban primate experiments!
For more on the EU Animal Testing statistics visit
For more on the Revision of Directive 86/609/EEC
Everyone can help and you can make a difference.
Mr T. Gallett, London, England
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 18:44:35 +0000 Subject: High Court upholds Information Tribunal EIR decision
The High Court has dismissed the government's appeal against the Information Tribunal in the first case of its kind under the Environmental Information Regulations. The Tribunal had ruled that the Export Credits Guarantee Department should disclose the submissions it received from other government departments in 2003 about the so-called "Sakhalin project". This involved a $650 million project to extract oil and gas off the coast of the Sakhalin island, north of Japan, which involved risks to the survival of grey whales, an endangered species. Friends of the Earth had applied for the submissions under the EIRs.
The Information Commissioner had originally accepted ECGD's arguments that the responses should be withheld under regulation 12(4)(e) of the EIRs, which applies to internal communications. However, the Tribunal agreed with FOE that the balance of public interests favoured disclosure. ECGD appealed against the Tribunal's decision but the High Court today (March 17th) dismissed the appeal. The court, whose role is limited to hearing appeals on points of law, found that although Tribunal had made some errors they were not critical and that overall the decision was "made in accordance with the law". It is not yet known whether the government will appeal to the Court of Appeal.
Earlier this month the High Court heard the first appeal involving the Freedom of Information Act's exemption for policy formulation (section 35(1)). The Tribunal had ruled that the balance of public interest favoured disclosure of the so-called "gateway review" of the ID cards scheme. The decision has been challenged in the High Court by the Office of Government Commerce.
In a surprise development, the Attorney General has intervened in this case on behalf the Speaker of the House of Commons, arguing that the Tribunal's decision breached Parliamentary privilege by quoting a House of Commons select committee report in support of its finding. Counsel for the Attorney General argued that the Tribunal could not accept a select committee report as evidence without also allowing other parties to the appeal to challenge its findings, but this would breach the 1689 Bill of Rights prohibition against a court questioning statements made in Parliament.
Ironically, the 2004 report from the works and pensions select committee had questioned whether "the current levels of secrecy are necessary".
The High Court's decision in this case is expected after Easter.
The Tribunal's decisions can be downloaded from: Friends of the Earth v Information Commissioner and Export Credits Guarantee Department -
Office of Government Commerce v Information Commissioner -
Campaign for Freedom of Information
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