aaron amaral | 1 May 01:42 2006
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SPLC documents connections between neo-nazis, Minutemen...

Hate groups on the rise
(c) Indian Country Today April 27, 2006. All Rights Reserved
Posted: April 27, 2006
by: Brenda Norrell / Indian Country Today

TUCSON, Ariz. - The Southern Poverty Law Center said the leader of the
anti-immigration group Border Guardians has secretly urged the
nation's largest neo-Nazi group of white supremacists to launch a
campaign of violence against undocumented workers.

The Southern Poverty Law Center released the Intelligence Report on
hate groups, which states that Laine Lawless of the Border Guardians
has called for violence against undocumented workers.

Lawless sent an e-mail dated April 3, to Mark Martin, SS commander of
the Western Ohio unit of the National Socialist Movement, according to
Susy Buchanan and David Holthouse of the Intelligence Report.

Lawless' e-mail was titled, ''How to GET RID OF THEM!''

''Maybe some of your warriors for the race would be the kind of people
willing to implement some of these ideas,'' Lawless said.

Lawless, an original member of Chris Simcox's vigilante militia before
it became the Minuteman Project in early 2005, detailed 11 suggestions
for ways to harass and terrorize undocumented immigrants, including
robbery and ''beating up illegals'' as they leave their work place,
the report states.

Martin, following Lawless' suggestions, posted her e-mail to a number
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Yoshie Furuhashi | 1 May 02:40 2006
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Who Wants Peace in Darfur?

"Who Wants Peace in Darfur?"
<http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/furuhashi300406.html>

--
Yoshie
<http://montages.blogspot.com/>
<http://mrzine.org>
<http://monthlyreview.org/>

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Fernando Torres | 1 May 02:54 2006
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Interesting data

http://nationalpriorities.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=182

This should take you to a counter tallying the cost of
the irak war. Check the side menus, where they
translate this cost into education, health etc., food.

Also, check out the human cost.

http://icasualties.org/oif/

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Andrew Pollack | 1 May 03:49 2006
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Love and Rockets in the Times

Am I behind in my email or can it be that NO-ONE has
taken note of the appearance of Maggie of Love and
Rockets (artist Jaime Hernandez) in the Times Magazine
(second week now)?!

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ML International Newsletter: May-June 2006 (plain text)


ML International Newsletter
May-June 2006

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An update on news and ideas from the revolutionary
left in India. 
Produced by: Communist Party of India
(Marxist-Leninist) Liberation international team 
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Website: www.cpiml.org
Email: cpimllib <at> bol.net.in and cpiml_elo <at> yahoo.com

Table of Contents

1)	Red Salute to the Brave and Fighting People of
Nepal
2)	Nepal: Birth Pangs of a New Republic
3)	European Workers’ Fightback
4)	Some Recent Working Class Struggles in India
5)	Bursting the Dam of Protest: From the Frontlines of
an Andolan on the Streets of Delhi

South Asia

Red Salute to the Brave and Fighting People of Nepal!

- Editorial, Liberation, May, 2006.
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govi0006 | 1 May 06:08 2006
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Request Info: Workers' states

Hello, I would like to know where I can find information on what is the 
underlying features common to any workers' state, healthy, degenerated, or 
deformed, and which are not in a capitalist state of any time. For example, 
the existence of nationalized economy doesn't automatically make a workers' 
state, as Japan had a heavily nationalized economy for some time, as well 
as India. If anyone has any information, that'd be great.

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Jscotlive | 1 May 06:48 2006
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Re: Request Info: Workers' states

The minimum requirement is revolution, supported by the masses, which 
replaces private ownership with State ownership of the means of production, the 
complete suppression of the indigenous bourgeoisie, and the enshrinement of social 
and economic justice in the new state's laws and constitution. An end to 
inherited wealth and privilege, AND unearned income.

JD
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Lüko Willms | 1 May 06:52 2006
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Venezuela-Russia Oil Dea. (was: moderatoir's note)

On Sun, 30 Apr 2006 15:16:53 -0400, sartesian wrote:

> Does anybody out there have anything to say about this 
Venezuela/Russia
> oil deal.  Or is it immaterial?

  I don't know anything about it, but it sounds to be interesting. 

  Tell me more about it. 

Yours, 
Lüko Willms
Frankfurt, Germany
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Lüko Willms | 1 May 07:26 2006
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Re: On the 1812 war [and Nuestro Himno] and the Moderator's note

On Sun, 30 Apr 2006 12:59:59 -0400, sartesian wrote:

> To say that I would agree with anyone using the terms 'dirty spics' is
> deserving only of a gob of spit smack between the eyes. 

  Joaquín apologized before you complained... OK, just 20 seconds 
before, but he did apologize. 

> Time for the moderator to issue a warning, I would think. To Bustelo I
> would think.

  Time for Joaquín to think how he can master his temper and avoid 
personal attacks in the future. 

Yours, 
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Frankfurt, Germany
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Myles Sullivan | 1 May 07:27 2006
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Corporations After the Net

Saw this on Kevin Dioran's blog:http://kevindoran.blogspot.com

The corporations want to do the net the way they did TV and radio.  So much 
for national resources.
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Control and Regulation of the Internet
Save the Internet:

Congress is pushing a law that would abandon the Internet's First Amendment 
-- a principle called Network Neutrality that prevents companies like AT&T, 
Verizon and Comcast from deciding which Web sites work best for you -- based 
on what site pays them the most. ... Net Neutrality allows everyone to 
compete on a level playing field and is the reason that the Internet is a 
force for economic innovation, civic participation and free speech. If the 
public doesn't speak up now, Congress will cave to a multi-million dollar 
lobbying campaign by telephone and cable companies that want to decide what 
you do, where you go, and what you watch online.

It's a saddening thought that some suit fucks are trying to turn the 
Internet into a reflection of our society, where the economic elite minority 
hold every card in the deck bar one -- the Joker. One of the Internet's 
greatest appeals is that foaming-at-the-mouth, money-thirsty wolves haven't 
gotten their greedy paws on it as much as they'd like to -- to strangle our 
freedom and squeeze every penny from us -- but they're trying, and 
government/multi-national company control and regulation of the Internet is 
something we can't allow to happen. They will increase connection fees -- 
hell, they'll do whatever they want once they have control (a bit like a 
government). Another article mentioned the possibility of cyber toll booths 
and fees for sending e-mails -- it'll be just like driving into Dublin (or 
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