Roberto Abraham Scaruffi: October 2011

Monday, 31 October 2011

FukushimaFukushima Sabotage - Japanese Journalist Accuses Israel
In retaliation for Japan's support of an independent Palestinian state
vt-top-101Veterans Today
Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today's News - October 31, 2011
OWSAllen L Roland
OCW Wave Will Become A Tsunami - Wall Street Beware
deja vuEileen Fleming
Deja vu Redux: Anat Kamm and Mordechai Vanunu
Interstate(1)John Vogel
Rewarding Careers At Interstate Companies, Inc
IraqNukesGordon Duff
Iraq: Full Weapons Grade Uranium Use Proven - We Mean "Nukes"
Palestine boyDebbie Menon
Palestine Granted Full UNESCO Membership
3-Women in costumes celebrate Halloween in Downtown St. Petersburg's Restaurants' and Night Clubs' Districts.Terry Richards
The Economics of Halloween
United States Secretary of the Treasury Tim GeitnerSARTRE
How To Lick The Budget Deficits
Alla-seifDr. Ashraf Ezzat
Alaa Abdel Fattah: Portrait of an Egyptian Revolutionary
Oakland Use of Illegal ForceGordon Duff
Occupy Wall Street Primer: Uniformed Thugs Are Not Legally Police
John Vogel : New Careers At Interstate Companies, Inc
Glenn McBride : Navy Vet Stands Face-to Face Against Police During Tear Gassing Assault Holding Constitution and Old Glory
Veterans News Now : A New Declaration of Independence
Veterans News Now : We Can't Wait on Congress, Create Jobs Now
Veterans News Now : Wall Street by the Book
Veterans News Now : Veterans Crisis Line Website - 24/7
Veterans News Now : Wisconsin's Scott Walker Seeks Recall Law Change to Stop Recall Against: Walker
Veterans News Now : John McCain eyes barring retirees from Tricare Prime
9/11 Economy Editors Picks Health Living MilitaryPolitics Vet News WarZone World
Johnny Punish
7 Billion People Makes Family Planning a Necessity
Congratultions World! Today, we welcomed in our 7th billion person! Now stop having sex, we're killing ourselves! »»
7 Billion People - Overpopulation
Ed Mattson
Tic toc, Tic Toc... is Congress Going to Run Out the Clock?
COLA versus the Congressional Super Committee and class warfare »»
Gilad Atzmon
Nahida Izzat: Did the Age of Enlightenment Never Occur?
The following is a must read expose by Nahida Izzat. Nahida is one of the strongest, most eloquent and profound writers in our movement. »»
Tom Valentine
What Did Christ Teach About Lineage And Race?
Since we are all creatures of 'belief.' The foundations of belief are vital for understanding. I have been 'spammed' by e-mail's linking me to a fascinating but 'scary' website, and I now reprint from that site, but not without important preface. »»
Kevin Barrett
John Le Carré and 9/11 Truth: Skewering the Criminal State
John Le Carré a 9/11 truther? Not just yet. But he's getting there. »»
Veterans Today
Who Is Keeping Track Of The Trillions?
Apparently Nobody is!! Fed audit, anyone? At issue is the accounting and oversight for $9 trillion in secret Fed bailouts of Wall Street banks. »»
Johnny Punish
NFL Ignores Coming North American Union, Fumbles Growth Ball
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell represents an NFL business that seeks massive growth. However, they are looking into the wrong markets just as the rest of our business community. In short, we're missing the growth boat! »»
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Going Global in the Wrong Direction
Jim Fetzer
Reason and Rationality in Public Debate: The Case of Ron Paul
During the organizing meeting of The Human Behavior and Evolution Society at the University of Michigan in 1988, I raised my hand after a presentation by Lida Cosmides, then the doyen of the movement, which had made a certain impression on me, and said, "I have only two concerns regarding your presentation". She said, "Yes?"; and I continued, "One is your conclusion". »»
Sherwood Ross
Cuba Undergoing Silent Transition Toward A Free Market Economy
Cuba is undergoing a "silent transition" from socialism to a mixed economy but the U.S. hasn't responded with diplomatic initiatives, an authority on Latin American affairs writes.»»
cuban flag
Brooklyn human organ trader
Veterans Today
Israeli Guilty of First Organ Trafficking Case in US History 
Rosenbaum was identified to the FBI seven years ago as a major figure in a global human organ ring. »»

10/31/2011 9:10:59 PM
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The Results Of Hate Speech And Inaction In BosniaThe Results Of Hate Speech And Inaction In Bosnia 
"Credible deterrence" in Bosnia can only be imposed by the international community. That community still "agrees to disagree" about the causes of the country's problems. More 
Interview: As World Population Hits 7 Billion, How Many More People Can The Earth Sustain?Interview: As World Population Hits 7 Billion, How Many More People Can The Earth Sustain? 
The world's population has hit 7 billion and the rate of growth shows no sign of slowing down. RFE/RL correspondent Antoine Blua asked Gilles Pison, senior researcher at the French National Institute for Demographic Studies, about the implications for human well-being and the fate of the Earth. More 
Postcommunist, European, And 'Short Of People'Postcommunist, European, And 'Short Of People' 
The world's population has reached 7 billion. But in many postcommunist European states, depopulation is the norm. More 

U.S. Cuts UNESCO Funding Over PalestineU.S. Cuts UNESCO Funding Over Palestine 
The United States says it will immediately cut off funding to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in response to a vote that granted Palestine membership. More 
Russia Sees WTO Deal By Mid-DecemberRussia Sees WTO Deal By Mid-December 
After 18 years of talks, Russia appears on the verge of succeeding in its bid to join the world's leading trade body. More 
Atambaev Poised To Become Next Kyrgyz PresidentAtambaev Poised To Become Next Kyrgyz President 
Almazbek Atambaev, the 55-year-old former prime minister of Kyrgyzstan, has claimed victory by a sizable margin in the country's first presidential elections since the ouster of Kurmanbek Bakiev in antigovernment protests last year. More 

Atambaev Against U.S Military PresenceAtambaev Against U.S Military Presence 
Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Almazbek Atambaev, who has declared victory in the October 30 presidential election, says he opposes the use by the United States of the military transit center at Manas airport near Bishkek. More 
Protesters Block Highway In Southern KyrgyzstanProtesters Block Highway In Southern Kyrgyzstan 
Some 1,000 supporters of a defeated candidate in Kyrgyzstan's presidential election blocked the Bishkek-Osh highway in the southern Jalal-Abad Oblast on October 31. More 
Russian Opposition Offices SearchedRussian Opposition Offices Searched 
Police in Yekaterinburg have searched the office of the unregistered opposition party PARNAS (Party of People's Freedom). More 
Russian 'Slave' Soldier ChargedRussian 'Slave' Soldier Charged 
A Russian soldier who claims he spent more than a decade in forced labor has been officially charged with desertion. More 
One Man Killed In Kazakh BlastsOne Man Killed In Kazakh Blasts 
Two explosions have rocked Kazakhstan's western city of Atyrau, killing a suspected suicide bomber. More 
Bakiev Did Not Vote In Kyrgyz ElectionBakiev Did Not Vote In Kyrgyz Election 
Former Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiev, who is currently living in Belarus, did not vote in the October 30 Kyrgyz presidential election. More 
Kazakh Convicted Of Kyrgyz Journalist's Murder Sews His Mouth ShutKazakh Convicted Of Kyrgyz Journalist's Murder Sews His Mouth Shut 
One of three men jailed in Kazakhstan for killing a prominent Kyrgyz journalist has sewn his mouth shut in protest at his conviction. More 
Kyrgyz President Thanked With RosesKyrgyz President Thanked With Roses 
Youth activists and bloggers in Kyrgyzstan have been inviting people to bring "Roses for Roza" to celebrate outgoing Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva's tenure, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service reports. More 
Clemency Pressure On Belarus InmateClemency Pressure On Belarus Inmate 
Jailed former Belarusian presidential candidate Mikalay Statkevich is being pressured to write to President Alyaksandr Lukashenka asking for clemency.More 
Tajik Teachers, Farmers 'Forced To Subscribe'Tajik Teachers, Farmers 'Forced To Subscribe' 
Schoolteachers and farmers in the southern Tajik city of Kulob are complaining that they have been forced to buy annual subscriptions to state newspapers.More 

Iran's Basij Launches Website To Cover Occupy Wall Street MovementIran's Basij Launches Website To Cover Occupy Wall Street Movement 
The Occupy Wall Street Movement has found an unlikely fan: Iran's government Basij force, whose thuggish members are thought to have been heavily involved in the crackdown that followed the disputed reelection of Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad in 2008. More 

After The Turkish QuakeAfter The Turkish Quake 
The 7.1 magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Turkey on October 23, 2011, left hundreds dead and destroyed thousands of buildings. In the days following the tremor, Abbas Atilay, a photographer working for RFE/RL's Azerbaijani Service, traveled to the Turkish city of Van, which was one of the places worst affected by the quake. While he was there, he documented the frantic rescue efforts that took place in the immediate aftermath of the quake and also captured images of local residents as they began the slow process of rebuilding their lives. More 

Almazbek Atambaev: A Political Chameleon In Kyrgyz FashionAlmazbek Atambaev: A Political Chameleon In Kyrgyz Fashion 
Almazbek Atambaev, leader of Kyrgyzstan's Social-Democratic Party, looked set to become the country's fourth president after cruising to a comfortable first-round victory on October 30. More