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America "Liberates" Iraq, Leaves Poor to Die in New Orleans

The so-called evacuation of New Orleans, in preparation for Hurricane Katrina, is yet another example of the hypocrisy of the American government. America, the richest nation in the world, didn't even bother renting buses to help the poor evacuate before Katrina hit.

Falun Gong Demonstrate Torture

On Saturday, August 30, the Falun Gong performed live simulations of Chinese torture techniques in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Techniques illustrated were hanging by the wrists, confinement, and feeding torture.

Former Scottish Police Officer States that Key Lockerbie Evidence Was Fake

The 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 (which crashed over Lockerbie, Scotland) killed 270 people. The mainstream explanation for the bombing has been that it was the work of Libyan terrorists. A recent statement by a former Scottish police officer, however, casts doubt on this theory.

American Jihad

Televangelist Pat Robertson has called for the assassination of democratically elected Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez. During the Christian Broadcast Network's show "The 700 Club" Robertson shared his views. "We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability...

Hans Across America: Mapping the Misdeeds of Great Men

After watching "Legally Blonde" (which is a feelgood movie, certainly worth seeing, about being yourself and how you should not judge blonde people who have good hearts and courage) I lay back on the couch and thought of the nordic splendor of blondness and the name "Hans" entered my mind. What a simple name, evocative of pragmatic fortitudes and even sometimes a strange sensitivity.

Canada's CBC Network Wants A Disposable Workforce

The CBC, Canada's public television and radio network, is yet another public institution that is being reengineered by neoconservative idealogues. 5,500 employees have been locked out, leaving non-union members of CBC's workforce to maintain programming.

Using Open Source Software to Police the Police

The police guys of Vancouver are not always nice. A few years ago there were a lot of ladies what were disappearing, over 50, and they did no thing, only changed the guy who was Chief Police. Then the new chief started a crackdown on drugs in Vancouver's poorest area and, as a result, the drugs merely moved to more affluent areas.