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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Fwd: CC News Letter, 25 July - A Future Without Coal‎

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Subject: CC News Letter, 25 July - A Future Without Coal‎

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 Binu Mathew, Editor,
 Educate! Organize! Agitate!

A Future Without Coal
 By Mariel Nanasi

It's time we secure a future without coal in New Mexico, across America, and around the world. It won't be easy. Along the way, we will need a lot of help, creativity and inspiration

Conservation: There Is No Alternative
 By Richard Heinberg

Energy conservation is our best strategy for pre-adapting to an inevitably energy-constrained future. And it may be our only significant option for averting economic, social, and environmental ruin

If Bush or Giuliani Had Been Stoltenberg
 By David Swanson

The murder spree in Norway was apparently the work of a Norwegian, not a group of foreigners, and for various other reasons the comparison is not exact. Nonetheless, it's tempting to wonder how many people would still be alive today if George W. Bush or Rudy Giuliani had spoken after the 9-11 attacks as Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg just did

Oslo Massacre Exposes The Nexus of
 Islamophobia And Right-Wing Extremism
 By Abdus Sattar Ghazali

While much remains to be learned about the attacks in Norway, it has exposed the dangerous nexus of Islamophobia, neoconservatism and right-wing Zionism, and what could happen when the wrong person subscribes to those toxic beliefs, Mondoweiss concludes

They Don't Have Terrorists in Norway?
 By Farzana Versey

He is not called a terrorist, no blanket judgement yet. Even as radical, he has his reasons – he is anti-Islam. He wreaked this terrorist attack to draw world attention to the end of multiculturalism

How To Heal The Wounds Of
 Mumbai And Oslo Killings
 By Syed Ali Mujtaba

This brings to the fundamental point, why the media is in a hurry to do the postmortem of such events. They seem to blame on what ever comes handy and are easy targets. It's a dangerous trend and not good for the consumption of civilized societies. In all humbleness there should be a protest to stop the muck that's thrown around in the name responsible journalism

The Israeli 'Democracy' – An Oxymoron Concept
 By Dr. Habib Siddiqui

A J Street poll published last Thursday shows that 57% of U.S. Jews back a Middle East peace plan based on 1967 borders with mutually agreed-upon land swaps, while 43% oppose such a move. According to the poll, 83% of the American Jews support a U.S.-brokered solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Suffice it to say that the tides are changing, hopefully, for the right reason

Brutally Isolating Detainees in Israeli Prisons
 By Stephen Lendman

The Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, Adalah and Physicians for Human Rights/Israel (called Mezan et al below) June 2011 report headlined, "Solitary Confinement of Prisoners and Detainees in Israeli Prisons" explains harsh and abusive conditions they endure

Fai And His Guest List: Much Ado About Nothing
 By Anuradha Bhasin Jamwal

By indulging into an entire debate and hair-splitting about who went to which conference is pointless. The Fai phenomenon reveals only two things that need to be focused on. First, the question of why America has acted now. Second, indeed is the business of conferences and how they are funded but this must involve all high profiled conferences, without a prejudice

Mistrust of US Runs Deep in Pakistan
 By Rahil Yasin

Although the US Congress has rejected a bill to cut all aid to Pakistan but still mistrust runs deep in the relations between the two countries

As The U.S Empire Spread Abroad
 It Becomes A Police State At Home
 By Sherwood Ross

As America's empire spreads abroad, it becomes ever more the police state at home. The methods used for the suppression of foreigners by military force and violence are eventually mirrored in the "homeland."

Nepal And Philippines: Connecting
 The Dots ......With India
 By Trevor Selvam

Nepal and Philippines are thus two completely different examples of successful Maoist movements. The key factor in both Nepal and Philippines has been the intelligent independence of mass organizations, the detailed understanding of when to negotiate, when to withdraw and above all the tremendous ability to undermine the propaganda of the mainstream media and take the debate for revolutionary change into a national platform

Hockey…The National Game of India
 And The Market
 By M.Mohibul Haque

Hockey is the national game of India . However, like the national animal, the national game is also in danger

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