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19/10/07 – Wi-Fi, The Death Of Us All

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Bomb Blasts Hit Bhutto’s Return To Pakistan
By Peter Symonds
The bomb blasts in Karachi are a reminder that Bhutto’s return, far from bringing peace and democracy, is likely to open up a new chapter of political crisis and instability

Wi-Fi, The Death Of Us All
By Mark Morford
You are going to die. Wireless gizmos are devouring your brain, right now. Very sorry

Assassination Of Sheikh Shakes US Claims
By Ali al-Fadhily
Resistance to occupation seems to have risen after the assassination last month of Abdul Sattar Abu Risha, head of the al-Bu Risha tribe. Abu Risha had begun to cooperate actively with U.S. forces

Bush Invokes Threat Of “World War III”
By Patrick Martin
Referring to the Iranian regime, Bush declared, “I believe they want to have the capacity, the knowledge in order to make a nuclear weapon. And I know it’s in the world’s interests to prevent them from doing so. I believe that the Iranian—if Iran had a nuclear weapon, it would be a dangerous threat to world peace. We’ve got a leader in Iran who has announced that he wants to destroy Israel. So I’ve told people that, if you’re interested in avoiding World War III, it seems like you ought to be interested in preventing them from having the knowledge necessary to make a nuclear weapon.”

U.S. Will Tip Its Hand Before Attacking Iran
By David Swanson
If Bush and Cheney attack Iran, we will almost certainly know it’s coming. For months prior to the invasion of Iraq, even while the corporate media bombarded us with the pretense that Bush and Cheney had not yet decided on war, other stories further back in the pages of newspapers and on the internet informed us, or should have informed us, that an attack was coming

Why They’re Afraid Of Michael Moore
By John Pilger
With this new independence apparent, Moore’s deftness and dark humour in Sicko, which is a brilliant work of journalism and satire and film-making, explains – perhaps even better than the films that made his name, Roger and Me, Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 – his popularity and influence and enemies. Sicko is so good that you forgive its flaws, notably Moore’s romanticising of Britain’s National Health Service, ignoring a two-tier system that neglects the elderly and the mentally ill

Review: “My Brother’s Keeper.
Documentary Photographers And Human Rights”
By Dr Gideon Polya
“My Brother’s Keeper” is a powerful and moving book that deserves a place in everybody’s personal library as a continual reminder of Man’s continuing active and passive inhumanity to Man and that we cannot walk by on the other side

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