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Saturday, May 15, 2004

 

U.S. investigates alleged Afghan prison abuse

"(CNN) -- The U.S.-led military coalition in Afghanistan confirmed Saturday that a second investigation has been initiated into allegations of detainee abuse at the hands of U.S. jailers."

There are some odd things coming out of the Nicholas Berg investigation...
Berg is wearing an orange jumpsuit like the US puts prisoners in at Gitmo
"overnment sources told CNN that the encounter involved an acquaintance of Zacarias Moussaoui -- the only person publicly charged in the United States in connection with the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.

According to Berg, his son was taking a course a few years ago at a remote campus of the University of Oklahoma near an airport. He described how on one particular day, his son met "some terrorist people -- who no one knew were terrorists at the time."

At one point during the bus ride, Berg said, the man sitting next to his son asked if he could use Nick's laptop computer.

"It turned out this guy was a terrorist and that he, you know, used my son's e-mail, amongst many other people's e-mail who he did the same thing to," Berg said.

Government sources said Berg gave the man his password, which was later used by Moussaoui, the sources said.

The sources said the man who used Berg's e-mail knew Moussaoui, now awaiting trial on federal charges that could bring a death sentence. But the sources would not disclose details of how the men were connected."
http://www.cnn.com/2004/US/Northeast/05/13/berg.encounter/

Berg is shown seated in what appears to be the same white chair shown in Abu Ghiraib
prison, in fact,the same white chair which appears in one of the publicized pictures
of Lynndie England and the man shown with her on videos.

The men in the murder video appear very large and heavyset for Iraqis, and one is
depicted wearing a gold ring, which many say is forbidden in the Moslem religion.

 

Bush aides say they cannot have another week like this one

51 percent would vote for Kerry, 46 for Bushy

"That development appears to be helping Sen. John Kerry, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. He wins the support of 51 percent of likely voters, compared to 46 percent for Bush. In February, Bush was ahead of Kerry by two percentage points.

If independent Ralph Nader is among the choices, Kerry gets 49 percent, Bush 44 percent and Nader 6 percent.

Bush's overall job approval rating fell from 49 percent to 46 percent since the last CNN/Time poll on April 8, while his disapproval rating rose from 47 percent to 49 percent -- the first time that more people disapproved of Bush's job performance than approved.

More people than not believe that going to war with Iraq was the right thing to do, but that number has declined to 48 percent in this poll, compared to 53 percent in April. And 56 percent of those polled say the war is not worth U.S. lives and other costs."

NOW we're headed in the right direction guys...Keep it UP!

 

Poll: Bush's approval rating slips to 44 percent

"President Bush's job approval rating fell to 44 percent from 48 percent in April, after revelations that U.S. soldiers abused Iraqi prisoners, according to a poll released yesterday by the Pew Center for the People and the Press.
The percentage of Americans who think the nation is headed in the right direction is at 33 percent, an eight-year low, and 61 percent said they are dissatisfied with "the way things are going in this country," the Pew survey said."

Honestly, how can it be this high...that's my response.

More bad things have happened to this country on his watch than almost any time in American history.

Some sites link his administration with the reasons 9/11 happened, sites such as
http://www.inforwars.com
and http://www.prisonplanet.com .

To my mind, everything he does ends up in generating more horror, sadness, and shame for this country.

This survey shows that the majority DISAPPROVE of this "president's" behavior.

Notice, the percent of people who think this country is headed in the right direction is 33 percent, a EIGHT YEAR LOW !

Go to "congress.org" and read the "letters to leaders", especially those to Bush.

Sure, there is an occasional letter saying "good job" or some such nonsense.

One always finds a percentage of the population who take a crazy stand on something.

But, the majority of letters to Bush are expressing extreme displeasure.

The funny thing is that we can rely on Bush himself to drive the 44 percent approval
downward even more.

 

USDA orders silence on mad cow in Texas

USDA orders silence on mad cow in Texas
"By Steve Mitchell
United Press International
Published 5/11/2004 10:16 PM


WASHINGTON, May 11 (UPI) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture has issued an order instructing its inspectors in Texas, where federal mad cow disease testing policies recently were violated, not to talk about the cattle disorder with outside parties, United Press International has learned.

The order, sent May 6 by e-mail from the USDA's Dallas district office, was issued in the wake of the April 27 case at Lone Star Beef in San Angelo, in which a cow displaying signs of a brain disorder was not tested for mad cow disease despite a federal policy to screen all such animals.

The deadly illness also is known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy.

Both the USDA and its Inspector General -- amid allegations that an offsite supervisor overruled the opinion of the inspectors onsite and made the final decision not to test the animal -- have opened up investigations to determine why agency policy was violated.

The order, which was obtained by UPI, was issued by Ijaz Qazi, circuit supervisor for the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service's Dallas district, which covers the entire state. It reads: "All BSE inquiries MUST be directed to Congressional Public Affairs Phone 202-720-9113 attention Rob Larew OR Steve Khon. This is an urgent message. Any question contact me. Ijaz Qazi."

Although the language might sound innocuous, experienced inspectors familiar with USDA parlance have taken to referring to the notice as a "gag order."

The National Joint Council of Food Inspection Locals -- the national inspectors union -- considers the order a violation of inspectors' free speech rights and is considering legal action against the USDA for breaching the labor agreement they have with the agency.

Inspectors alleged the order also suggests the agency is concerned about its personnel leaking damaging information about either the Texas case or the USDA's overall mad cow disease surveillance program, which has come under fire since the discovery of an infected cow in Washington state last December.

"Anytime the government suppresses an individual's freedom of speech, that's unconstitutional," Gary Dahl, president of Local 925, the Colorado inspectors union, told UPI.

Stanley Painter, chairman of the National Joint Council, said the USDA has sent out notices in the past stating inspectors cannot talk to reporters.

"It's an intimidation thing," Painter told UPI. Inspectors have the right to talk to anybody about any subject, as long as they clarify they are not speaking on behalf of the USDA and they are not doing it on government time, he said.

USDA spokesman Steven Cohen said he was not familiar with the notice from the Dallas office. He said he would look into it, but did not respond by UPI's publication time. In general, Cohen said, "There's an expectation any statement on behalf of the agency would come from the office of communications (in Washington.)"

Asked if employees could speak freely as long as they clarified that their views did not reflect those of the agency, Cohen said, "We'd rather that agency policy be communicated by those in a position to speak for the agency."

Qazi told UPI the notice was not issued in conjunction with the Texas case and it was routine agency practice that outside inquiries be referred to the Washington office. He said inspectors are free to talk to outside parties, including reporters, and he did not consider the e-mail a violation of the labor agreement with the inspectors.

Painter said the USDA's efforts to keep its employees from talking about mad cow would be better spent "with issues like protecting the consuming public instead of trying to hide things." He added he would "just about bet his last nickel" agency management was attempting to suppress information about the Texas case. "
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BSE or Mad Cow Disease is transmitted allegedly by prions, basically, proteins in a corrupted configuration that can corrupt others...the nervous system is basically destroyed by TSE (transmissible spongiform encephalopathies) and it has been spread by the practice of feeding animals who are infected (e.g. cows ground up and fed to other cows) to other animals of the same or different species, species not ordinarily carnivores...such as the vegetarian cattle. A cow can be infected eating as little as a peppercorn size of infected food material. One of the newest forms of TSE is vCJD or "Variant Creudzfeldt Jacob disease" which seems to be the Mad Cow disease which has now infected humans.

There is usually a very long incubation period for those who eat infected meat. In humans, it can be from 2 years to 27 years before one shows symptoms...but by the time one is symptomatic, it is usually too late.

This kind of story is VERY disturbing, because of the horrendous consequences of letting infected meat into the food delivery system.

Another indication we need a brand new set of people in government!
~Code

 

US Must return control over Iraqi oil

"Iraq Sovereignty Meaningless Without Oil, Army
Reuters - 1 hour ago
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Washington must hand Iraqis control over their country's oil revenue and security forces or the June 30 transfer of power will be meaningless, Governing Council member Ahmad Chalabi said on Saturday."

What????
That says that the US is in control of Iraqi oil.
Before the war, Iraqi citizens were paying around 20 cents per gallon I think (maybe 27). So, if the US is in control of Iraqi oil, makes you wonder who is gouging us to the tune of 2 to 3 dollars a gallon doesn't it?

Vote BUSH OUT!
~Code

 

25 percent of Americans in grip of "Arthritis"

The title says that "25 percent" of Americans in grip of Arthritis"...

I had to read the article, because anyone in the healt profession should know that arthritis just means "joint inflammation" and there are different types,i.e. rheumatoid arthritis, which affects the smaller
joints like the joints of the fingers and toes, and is an autoimmune type disease, and there is osteoarthritis, in which larger joints like the vertebral joints of the spine, just wear out. It turns out they were talking about rheumatoid type arthritis.

"The percentage of those diagnosed with a form of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lupus or fibromyalgia ranged from a low of 17.8 percent in Hawaii to a high of 35.8 percent in Alabama in 2002, according to a 30-state CDC survey released Thursday."

The article goes on to state this is a large number.

Osteoarthritis is much more widespread than rheumatoid, because it is a function of improper wear and tear of the joints. Thus, if 25 percent of the population has rheumatoid, the overall percentage of the population with "arthritis" of ALL types , is much much higher (there are other forms of specific arthritis, such as psoriatric arthritis, which accompanies the skin condition known as psoriasis).

At least, this is the impression I would have. But, from a site called "chondrogene.com"...we find this:

"In 1998, a collaboration between the National Institutes of Health, the CDC, the Arthritis Foundation and the American College of Rheumatology determined that OA affected 21 million Americans or just under 10 percent of the entire U.S. population, and that OA accounted for at least 90 percent of all cases of arthritis (see Figure 2). "

This is counterintuitive, that twice as many people have the autoimmune form of arthritis than the wear and tear kind. And, this could not be right if we are to believe the 25 percent figure previously cited, because, the chondrogene.com site, notes that osteoarthritis is the most common form, and they , again, said osteoarthritis affects around 10 percent (in 1998), and they include a chart of different arthritic diseases, and on that chart, they list rheumatoid arthritis in 1998, affected around 2.4 million (with osteoarthrits affecting just over 20 million). The charts from 1998 reflected a collaborative effort by the
National Institutes of Health, the CDC, the Arthritis Foundation and the American College of Rheumatology . This latest study, done apparently in the last year or two, means, that in the period from 1998 until, let's say, 2003, a five year period, would mean that rheumatoid arthritis has gone from a little over 2 percent (2.4 million out of around 240 million people) to about 25 percent. That is ASTOUNDING...because, if this is true, and osteoarthritis, in 1998 was about 10 times as common...if the
percents held constant...(i.e. that rheumatoid increased tenfold) that would mean that osteoarthritis incidence would be around 200 percent of the population, (i.e. 20 percent x 10)....

And, from the CNN article on rheumatoid, we find:
" That is a huge number compared to most other diseases," said Dr. Chad Helmick, a CDC arthritis expert, who noted that the number of Americans with arthritis was expected to increase sharply as the baby boomer generation headed into retirement."

What all this means is that orthopedics and rheumatology, should become booming fields.

But, it begs the question, since rheumatoid has been held to be an autoimmune disease, why is such a dramatic increase in autoimmune joint diseases happening?

I don't have the answer(s), but the question needs to be explored.
~Code

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