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Constructing the Corporate Security State
THE ALTERNATIVE CONSULTATION ON EU JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS POLICY
Britain: Labour government proposes huge increase in state surveillance
Statewatch News Special 6/11/07:
Statewatch News Online, 14 August 2006 (19/06) Declassified archives document ties between CIA and Nazis By Andre Damon 27/7/06 Why I believe David Kelly’s death may have been murder by Member of Parliament DAN NEWLING
We Know that you know - Remember the massive pile of docs and CDs that the Iraqi government delivered to the UN on its WMD (or lack therof) programme which were then purloined by the US and thence disappeared from public sight?
|Renditions in Greece - MI6 Spook’s Name Revealed
Age of Security, Firm Mines Wealth Of Personal Data By Robert O'Harrow
E-Mail Refers to Presidential Order
Authorizing Inhumane Interrogation Techniques 19/10/04Is the Kidnapping of CARE’s Margaret Hassan
a CIA-Mossad Op? by Kurt Nimmo14/10/04Independent Media Websites Shut Down and
My Resignation from the State Department13/10/04Global Terror by Secret US Death Squads10/10/04Horowitz's Campus Jihads With liberal professors
in his crosshairs, David Horowitz is engaging in
some good old-fashioned campus cleansing by Bill Berkowitz 09/10/04US Authorities Seize IMC Servers in UK ‘More Intimidation Than Crime-Busting’ SaysIFJ As
Police Target Independent Media Network NO2ID NEWSLETTER – Supporter's Newsletter
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No.2 – 13 August 200427/07/04NO2IDNEWSLETTER – Supporter's Newsletter No.110/07/04Coup d'Etat in America? by Michel Chossudovsky09/07/04The Lie That Will Not Die: Cheney and the Iraq / al-Qaeda Link By Gary LeuppThe Criminalization of the State by Michel Chossudovsky10/07/04Postponing the November Election?How Big Brother Is Watching, Listening and Misusing
Information About You
By Teresa Hampton & Doug Thompson 08/06/04
‘John Doe’ Revealed as Secret Client in Censored ACLU Patriot Act Case by Jessica Azulay 27/05/04
US Thought Control of Middle East Studies By Joel Beinin (05/04/04)
Be careful what you say on campus By PROFESSOR BESHARA DOUMANI (02/04/04)
Does passenger screening system target dissenters? By Bill Fletcher Jr. (18/03/04)
The IRS Claims New Patriot Act Type Powers to
Feds win right to war protesters’ records (07/02/04)
Real life MATRIX (29/01/04
Fascism in the making By Michael Hasty (10/01/04)
U.S. prosecutor sues Ashcroft :
A U.S. federal prosecutor in one of the first war on terror trials is suing Attorney General John Ashcroft, alleging he was investigated for raising concerns about the war on terror.
UN criticises vague ‘terror’ laws:
Washington has rejected the UN report, saying the working group is not competent to judge the matter.
The Bill of Rights and the Homeland Security prison in Tacoma:
Is there a detention center near you?
Texas: Army agent questions Islamic law students :
The organizer of an Islamic law conference at UT Law School is questioning whether ethnic discrimination brought a Special Agent for Army Intelligence to campus
Report slams airline computer screening :
A congressional report to be published Friday slams the planning for a controversial new computer screening system designed to identify potential terrorists among airline passengers, saying it has failed a series of tests set by lawmakers.
Ridge Unaware of TSA’s Threatening Email to Armed Pilots:
Transportation Security Administration’s
recent email to participants in the armed pilots program,
threatening them with dismissal and fines if they disclosed
about the program to members of Congress, was apparently
sent without the knowledge or approval of the cabinet
secretary who supervises TSA.
on peace meetings, cracking down on protesters, keeping secret files
innocent people — how Bush’s
war on terror has become a war on freedom.
Canadian tried in secret:
resident pleads guilty in U.S. to terror charges: While
it has been reported that Jabarah had
been co-operating with American agents and faced unknown
charges, his case has been shrouded in secrecy. Hearings
have been held in private.
There is no listing of his case on New York court databases
and prosecutors with the Southern District of New York
comment to reporters.
‘Press freedom under fire’:
If the first casualty of war is truth, then the War on Terror has dealt a body blow to those trying to get at the bottom of the story: journalists.
An Antiwar Forum in Iowa Brings Federal Subpoenas:
“I’ve heard of such a thing, but not since the 1950's, the McCarthy era,” said David D. Cole, a Georgetown law professor. “It sends a very troubling message about government officials’ attitudes
toward basic liberties.”
Governor Calls for ‘Cyber Court’ :
told the House Science committee, the commission will recommend that
a “cyber court” be created with extraordinary powers to authorize electronic surveillance and secret searches of suspected hackers’ homes
Seven years jail, $150,000
tell the world your email, home address and telephone
number you could face a seven-year
jail sentence and a $150,000 fine under new legislation
that the US Congress is trying to push.
Feds Win Right to War Protesters’ Records :
In what may be the first subpoena of its kind in decades, a federal judge has ordered a university to turn over records about a gathering of anti-war activists.
Media law experts weigh in on police encounter:
say a North Liberty police officer’s threat to arrest a Press-Citizen
reporter seeking to interview the police chief and his
neighbors borders on a civil rights
Are You On Uncle Sam’s No Fly List?:
Why would two women in their 50's, U.S. citizens, San Francisco homeowners and long-time peace activists with no criminal records be on a federal watch list with suspected terrorists?
UK: This covert experiment in injustice :
proposals for secret trials will shame the country
UK: Dangerous thinking?:
Home Secretary David Blunkett says he wants to tackle terror attacks before they happen, and is proposing new laws which he says will help do it. But the idea of predicting who might commit crimes is an extremely tricky area.
USA PATRIOT Act is latest in series of bad laws:
we’re a nation of laws isn’t in itself saying much. The Soviet Union was a nation of laws, too. So were the Balkans’ genocidal
little countries in the 1990s. So was Rwanda. The mass
graves filled up anyway. To mean anything at all, laws
have to be just, they have
to be realistic and they have to be enforced.
Professors take aim at Patriot Act:
to the resolution, passed by about 100 professors, the
Patriot Act empowers the FBI ‘’to employ campus police to monitor political and religious activities on campuses ∑ prohibits librarians from informing patrons of monitoring of information requests,’’ and enables law enforcement ‘’to track and record an individual’s activities on campus without judicial authorization.’’
UK Government floats plans for secret trials of terrorist suspects:
British government said yesterday it was considering giving courts
to try terrorist suspects
in secret and without juries – proposals condemned by civil liberties
Justice Warns Against Civil Rights Apathy:
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Thursday that people concerned about losing freedom to government anti-terrorism efforts should speak out.
Disappeared in America :
lesson of Argentina‚s “Dirty War‰ should
not be lost on Americans who are concerned about the
direction the Bush administration has taken.
Doubts cast shadow over terror convictions:
months after two Arab immigrants were convicted of being part of a
into the lead prosecutor in the case and the FBI’s Detroit offices
have intensified doubts that those convictions will hold
Ashcroft: Bush would veto bill scaling back Patriot Act :
The Bush administration issued a veto threat Thursday against legislation introduced in Congress that would scale back key parts of the anti-terrorism Patriot Act.
many places across George Bush’s America, you may be losing your ability to exercise your lawful First Amendment rights of speech and assembly. Increasingly, some police departments, the FBI, and the Secret Service are engaging in the criminalization—or, at the very least, the marginalization—of
permanent residents of Canada are nervous about the new identification
are required to carry.
If this new card is only supposed to contain basic biographical
information — gender, marital status, height, nationality, citizenship and eye colour — why
can its shiny, silver stripe hold the equivalent of 1,500
pages of information?
Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power in America:
long as an economic system provides an acceptable degree
of security, growing material wealth and
opportunity for further increase for the next generation,
the average American does not ask who is running things
or what goals are being
principles are wafting in the air today, surreptitiously
masquerading as something
else, challenging everything we stand for.
Are Parallels To Nazi Germany Crazy? :
My conclusion is that some comparisons between modern times and Nazi Germany are valid, and some are not. Enough are valid, in my opinion, however, for us to be wary, and as vigilant as humanly possible.
The Bush Plan for America: The Rise of an American National Security State:
Americans may not realize it yet, but the United States under Bush is already more than three-quarters of the way down the road to fascism. This is no conspiracy theory, no leftist complaint, no bleeding-heart sentiment. The facts are all there, but Americans do not yet see this ominous truth.
Detainee cases hit court:
Guantanamo: a symbol of US loss of values:
The choices are clear: Tyranny or Enlightenment :
Military Lawyer Slams U.S. Terrorism Tribunals :
USA: “Double jeopardy” for some Guantánamo
Act renewal ‘a can of worms’ :
9-11 is no reason to suspend the Constitution :
Weapon of Mass Deception:
New Antiterrorism Mission :
Northwest Lands in Hot Water :
UK: Snooping industry set to grow:
RCMP searches journalist’s
home and office for leaked Arar material:
Infiltration of files seen as extensive:
Justice Department Investigating Lead Prosecutor in Terrorism Trial:
Bay: Hicks trial won’t
be fair: US lawyer:
Canadian to Sue U.S. for Expulsion to Syria :
Clampdown on nuclear scientists:
Bush Pushes Plan to Permit Internet Surveillance :
Homeland security seen spurring biometrics:
in Israel bugged:
1986: The CIA in Australia (this is a large (212K) and comprehensive overview of the role of the CIA, BCCI and US covert actions to undermine the Labour government of Gough Whitlam in Australia)