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Moral Priorities: WWJD?
Can we trust the morality of the myopic?
Commentary on the bogus morality of the religous right and Jesus' challenge to the Pharisees, the religous right of his day.
The US Marine Corps has ruled that no charges will be filed against a marine in the fatal shooting of a wounded and unarmed Iraqi in a Falluja mosque last November in an incident shown in a television pool report, a spokesman has said.
New York police are investigating a pre-dawn blast at the British consulate in midtown Manhattan.
No more State Torture! No more Repression!
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The latest undercover tape (shot by a BNP member himself, and not a reporter), shows BNP politicians talking about murdering black people, and singing sonds about the Holocaust.
It's high time to make the BNP illegal, as this is pure incitement to genocide and racist murder.
Find out more about repression of innocent people on your doorstep.
Much of the post-war corporate activity in Iraq has come under heavy criticism from many different fronts. There are accusations of corruption, bribery and nepotism as well as simple incompetence - the jobs just aren't getting done... So what is all the `reconstruction' activity in Iraq really about? Supposedly post-war Iraq is a neo-liberal utopia, an economy freed of the tiresome and inefficient burdens of government regulation. Yet an examination of this same economy may lead one to conclude that the system as it stands is rampant with inefficiency. Indeed Iraq's economy today looks less like an economic utopia than a giant money-laundering operation...
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The least that should happen to this War Criminal is that he loses his post. A War Crimes Tribunal, and the seizing of his personal assets should follow.
Persons deprived of their liberty are most at risk as they are cut off from the outside world and solely dependent upon the authorities for their most basic needs and rights. The OPCAT offers a novel approach as no other international treaty provides for concrete steps to prevent these violations from occurring within places of detention worldwide.
HAY QUE ACABAR CON EL ESTADO DE LA BURGUESÍA LACAYA DEL IMPERIALISMO
An interesting perspective.
Watch those postal votes and exit polls.
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An Italian website that published a photo montage of Pope Benedict XVI dressed in a Nazi uniform was told to suspend its activities on Wednesday for offending the Roman Catholic religion, court officials said.
Students, academics and local politicians continue their battle to save a one hundred year tree from being felled by developers. The copper beech tree grows amidst buildings on Oxford University's science campus but is due to be cut down as part of the development of a new biochemistry building.
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Launch of the 'Hate Mail': A Free Newspaper Satirising Media and Political Attitudes to Immigration and Asylum
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The Save Spodden Valley campaign has seen a letter dated 10th September 2004 sent to the owners of the TBA site confirming exposed asbestos in the Spodden Valley. Until late February 2005, Countryside Properties appeared adamant that there was no exposed asbestos on the land owned by MMC Developments Ltd/ Rathbone Jersey Ltd.
Blair's Labour-strong hold constituency of Sedgefield saw a peace festival this weekend at Westgate Grange Farm, a few miles out of Sedgefield.