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from the Herald Sun:
AUSTRALIA will join China in implementing mandatory censoring of the internet under plans put forward by the Federal Government.
The revelations emerge as US tech giants Google, Microsoft and Yahoo, and a coalition of human rights and other groups unveiled a code of conduct aimed at safeguarding online freedom of speech and privacy.
The government has declared it will not let internet users opt out of the proposed national internet filter.
The plan was first created as a way to combat child pronography and adult content, but could be extended to include controversial websites on euthanasia or anorexia.
Communications minister Stephen Conroy revealed the mandatory censorship to the Senate estimates committee as the Global Network Initiative, bringing together leading companies, human rights organisations, academics and investors, committed the technology firms to "protect the freedom of expression and privacy rights of their users".
Mr Conroy said trials were yet to be carried out, but "we are talking about mandatory blocking, where possible, of illegal material."
On October 7, 2008, Naomi Wolf was at Vroman's bookstore in Pasadena, California to give a talk and sign her new book "Give Me Liberty." Stewart Howe, of WeAreChangeLA, was on hand and asked Ms. Wolf to give a message to the truth and accountability movement.
After admitting that she had no theory about what actually happened on 9/11, Ms. Wolf stated that no question should be off the table in a free society and saluted the movement's desire to seek truth and accountability.
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Demonstrating the level and depth of the joint Canada-U.S. defense and security partnership, the Consulate General of Canada in Denver returns to the Homeland Defense Symposium for the fourth year in a row. During the Symposium, the Consulate will host a Canadian Pavilion (booths 67 – 72 and 76 – 81), from Tuesday, October 28 to Thursday, October 30, at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.
The Pavilion will feature eight Canadian exhibitors, including government and trade organizations focused on national defense and security policies and technologies. During the Consulate’s annual wine and cheese reception, which will be held at the Pavilion on Wednesday, October 29, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., guests — including U.S. conference participants and industry leaders — will have the opportunity to meet the Canadian exhibitors and discuss the importance of this bilateral relationship
Good on UW 9/11 Research Group for getting this announcement in the local newspaper.
October 29, 2008
A U.S. professor who questions the official version of what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, will speak next month at the University of Waterloo. Paul Zarembka, economics professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo, is editor of The Hidden History of 9/11. He will speak about studies done at UW and the University of Toronto on terrorist attacks in New York City and discuss whether the U.S. government told the truth about the events. Zarembka will speak Nov. 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. in Arts Lecture Hall 116. Admission is $2. For more information, visit www.waterloo911.ca. Next spring, the UW 9/11 Research Group will hold another talk, which is to include an explosives expert.
Authorities would destroy evidence and cover-up truth only if it were concealing the real crime
Aaron Dykes - Infowars.com - October 29, 2008
On the bus with Willie Nelson: Authorities destroyed evidence to aid in the cover-up of the real crimes of 9/11.
Secret papers claim the feared assassin was hired to find links between Saddam and al-Qa'ida. Robert Fisk reports
Saturday, 25 October 2008
Years of terror: A man as feared as Bin Laden
Abu Nidal was once as feared as Osama bin Laden. His most notorious attacks included:
October 28, 2008
CAMDEN, NJ - Being an informant for the FBI in the Fort Dix terror investigation has paid well, a witness explained to jurors yesterday.
John Stermel, an investigator assigned to an FBI counterterrorism task force, spent yesterday morning on the stand detailing the role of informant Mahmoud Omar, who wore a wire for 16 months in the investigation of five men accused of planning to shoot soldiers at the Army base.
Defense lawyers say it was Omar who tried to plot an attack - not their clients.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008, a press conference was held in front of the incumbent, Anna Eshoo's office, the new TV AD was shown to the only journalist, Don Kazak, who came to the pretty last minute event. I have known Don Kazak for years, he has written a few stories about my activism before. Here is what he wrote:
(Posted at paloaltoonline.com/news/show_story.php?id=9825)
Palo Altan Carol Brouillet, who is the Green Party candidate running against Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, will get her message on TV with a 30-second ad scheduled to start running Wednesday.
Brouillet said the ads will run more than 200 times in the 14th Congressional District at or near prime time on cable channels CNN, Fox and CNBC. Because the ads are just running in the district, "they aren't that expensive," she said.
September 14, 2008 at 10:20:36
9/11-Last Man Out
by Gene Cappa Page 1 of 1 page(s)
William Rodriguez was working at the WTC North Tower on 9/11 and lived to tell about it. He was the last man out.
Willie had a day off on 9/11 but his supervisor called him and asked him to come in because no one else was available.
So Willie said OK, but he'd be a little late. So instead of reporting to work at 8AM and heading up to the 44th floor for a free breakfast, he reports at 8:30AM and goes to his company's offices in the basement levels of the North Tower.
Within 15 to 20 minutes he hears a big explosion coming from the floors below, "9/11 Attacks on the World Trade Center", Link CLICK HERE http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=william+rodriguez&hl=en&emb=0&aq=0&oq=william+rodrig#
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