Thursday, June 07, 2007

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Thursday, June 7, 2007:

  1. David Letterman’s “Top Ten Excuses Of The Tuberculosis Traveler”.  American authorities and the TB Traveler are bickering about what warnings he received.  Neither side has any credibility.

  2. The beginnings of the project to put scans of all issues of Paul Krassner’s The Realist on the internet.

  3. Right-wing paramilitaries in Colombia are driving peasants off their land to make way for plantations of palm oil to be used as a biofuel.  Needless to say, government sponsorship of the biofuels scam, including healthy subsidies to make uneconomic biofuels profitable to capitalists, all in aid of preventing the kind of conservation that the elites want to avoid, will inevitably result in the clearing of the very rain forests that we need in order to ameliorate the problem the over-consumption of hydrocarbons is causing!  Biofuels remain the world’s worst idea.

  4. How the Lobby keeps the Zionist message, and only the Zionist message, before the American people:  the case of Philip Weiss.  His blog is here.

  5. More Content Industry Protectionism Masquerading As Free Trade”

  6. The U. S. doubles the air war against the Iraqi people.  This would be news to most Americans, who didn’t even know there was an air war to double.  From the air, you can’t tell civilians from insurgents, so this is really another part of the Zionist war to break up Iraq, the Second Zionist-American War on Iraq.

  7. More on the hyped JFK ‘terrorist’ attack.  There must be a huge law-enforcement campaign to discover patsies who can be molded, with the help of informants, into the center of phony terrorist groups, who can then be arrested to justify the massively increased spending in law enforcement, with the accompanying loss of civil liberties.

  8. The Calvi murder remains officially unsolved.

  9. Wot the hell?!