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02.02.2005 09:00
KBOO Morning news story list 2/2/05
Posting headline versions of the stories we ran this morning to try to do more to keep alternative media in contact. Scan the stories, do the research yourself, and let us know if we missed anything.

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02.02.2005 05:31
FOOLISH WISDOM
Last week in this space, Bill Bonner took us through the first part of the book, The Wisdom of Crowds...and in this follow-up essay, he shows us the difference between a group of people made up of individual thinkers - and a crowd of people that share one brain. Read on...

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01.02.2005 20:24
Manipulation of the Blogging World on Iraq?
To "troll" in the world of the internet is to lurk on a discussion board and make deliberately false and inflammatory comments, to which all the other posters feel they must reply, so that it roils the list. There is also a connotation of dishonesty about the troll's real identity.

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01.02.2005 16:26
Bushido Code vs. Bush Code: a comparison
This is the symbol for "Bushido" brushed onto a small-sized rice paper scroll. Bushido, literally translated "Way of the Warrior," was developed in Japan between the Heian and Tokugawa Ages (9th-12th century). It was a code and way of life for the fierce, but honorable Samurai.

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01.02.2005 11:33
Pay No Attention To The "Man Behind The Curtain"
Vice President Dick Cheney's Defense Policy Guidance report explained back in 1992, "Our overall objective is to remain the predominant outside power in the [Middle East] region and preserve U.S. and Western access to the region's oil."

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01.02.2005 11:13
al-Zarqawi: insurgent leader or terror mastermind?
A look at the many words and phrases used to describe the man who many have seen but who nobody really knows. Would the real al-Zarqawi please stand up?

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01.02.2005 09:14
Bush Policymakers and Sycophantic Press Forget History's Lessons in Iraq
In touting the Iraq election as a Bush "victory," they forget that the same thing was said about an election in South Vietnam in 1967just a few months before the Tet Offensive.

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01.02.2005 08:22
"U.S. Encouraged by Vietnam Vote"
Take a look at an object rescued from the memory hole. It's a New York Times article from the era of the Vietnam War: Peter Grose, "U.S. Encouraged by Vietnam Vote" (September 4, 1967, p. 2). Its lead paragraph reads: "United States officials were surprised and heartened today at the size of turnout in South Vietnam's presidential election despite a Vietcong terrorist campaign to disrupt the voting."

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01.02.2005 06:11
Monty Python on the Post-Modern Bush
This Monty Ponthon analysis could help us through the murky waters of denial and myopia. The pyromaniac makes a poor firefighter. Wolves in sheep's clothing make poor leaders. Enron lawyers (cf. Alberto Gonzales) make poor Attorney Generals.

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31.01.2005 18:19
Victoria IMC Replaced by Macho Cartoon
The continuing saga of Vic-IMC: The archived website

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31.01.2005 12:14
Media Criticism
The sheeple continue to believe the

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31.01.2005 11:47
Voting by the Script: Where Did the 8 Million Iraqi Voter Turnout Figure Come From?
Where did the Independent [sic] Election Commission of Iraq get the turnout figure of 8 million voters? The answer is that's exactly the same number the commission predicted more than two weeks before the elections. That's a sign of how scripted the Iraqi elections were.

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31.01.2005 10:34
Democracy in America: Tocqueville
Despotism of the majority appeared in the two-party system from the staert..Under the flag of sovereignty of the people, the majority of the citizens become a silenced degraded mass.. In democracy, people become increasingly equal; in industry, people become increasingly unequal.

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31.01.2005 09:42
KBOO morning news story list 1/31/05
summarizing the stories on the morning news so you don't have to read the paper. give us feedback if we missed anything! we need to work together.

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31.01.2005 09:00
Democracy in America: Tocqueville
Despotism of the majority appeared in the two-party system from the start.. Under the flag of sovereignty of the people, the majority become a silenced degraded mass. In democracy, people become increasingly equal; in industry, people become increasingly unequal.

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31.01.2005 01:33
Lee Kaplan, Dafka Exposed -- Updated Edition
30.01.2005 12:22
Firearms: National Misdirection and Misconceptions
A raving liberal's view on national and state gun control policies, demystifying the tools in question and looking for an answer to why the fascist government wants to disarm the populace.

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30.01.2005 03:59
The Bush Whores, How Much Propaganda is Enough for America?
Have you noticed it unraveling America? Have you noticed the Bush propaganda machine start to decompensate in front of your eyes. Most importantly, have you even considered what it all means?

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30.01.2005 01:27
The Daily Poetry Movement
They once spoke of the campaigning strategy of Lincoln. They spoke at length about how he was the first to really travel about the country. He never should have won. But he traveled a lot and spoke to people. When you are not allowed to travel about, detained at polling spots, you are denied radio spots etc, you can not have a fair election. So this is our global conundrum this year. Globally we are calling unfair elections as certified. At the greatest threat to democracy is calling these elections democracy!

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29.01.2005 16:37
Sadr's Subtle Defiance of Demonstration Elections in Iraq
The January 30, 2005 elections in Iraq are the textbook definition of "demonstration elections." Unlike Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who issued "a fatwa saying all Shiia men and women have an obligation to vote in the upcoming election," the Moktada al-Sadr faction "uttered not a single word about the vote" at Friday Prayers, according to the New York Times, foreshadowing "a less than overwhelming voter turnout in many parts of Iraq" (Dexter Filkins, "Shiite Faction Ready to Shun Sunday's Election in Iraq," January 29, 2005). The Times insinuates that the Sadr faction are against democracy itself, solely by virtue of their quiet refusal to browbeat their vast following into embracing the elections tomorrow. Needless to say, the idea that it is people's right to evaluate whether or not an election is free, fair, and democratic and that boycotting an unfree, unfair, and undemocratic election is a time-honored tactic of democrats everywhere is unspeakable in the corporate media.

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29.01.2005 12:27
Covert Propaganda= State Media=Fascism
Has anyone seen this article in an American paper?

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28.01.2005 18:32
ex-Sen. DeCamp video/writes of FEDERAL OCCULT PEDOPHILIC DRUG/PORN RITUAL MURDERING ELITE
AJ: One more point, Senator John Decamp, because I've actually seen the Discovery channel documentary that never aired [Conspiracy of Silence]--and we actually played it here locally in Austin. They found hundreds of video tapes in King's office. The police saw it and freaked out, hid it and have never released it--and all those other children, people actually got convicted of this stuff because they thought they lied.

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28.01.2005 17:40
Another Columnist Was Paid by Bush Agency
Although federal law prohibits use of public money for propaganda purposes Bush allegedly

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28.01.2005 04:59
Here comes "The Freedom"
Dahr Jamail's Iraq Dispatches. Hearing for days about the sham of the election from talking heads is nothing, when you have eyes on the ground. You can learn more from Dahr's "updates" then you could watching 6 months of mainstream news. There is nothing cutting edge about his reports, he just tells and shows you what he sees. What he sees, is something more credible then anything you will see on tv.

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27.01.2005 19:28
Situationist Reading Group Meets Saturday
group that gathers around Situationist theory and practice to meet this Saturday

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27.01.2005 16:33
The SHORTWAVE REPORT 1/28/05 LISTEN GLOBALLY!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Spain, China, Cuba, and Russia.

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27.01.2005 12:43
Thanks for gracing us with your diatribes, Kirsten
Kirsten, self proclaimed writer of good feminist writing, is boycotting this IMC.

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27.01.2005 08:46
Seymour Hersh: the last real journalist in America
Hersh, in a speech transcribed on Democracy Now, tells it like it really is, on the streets of Baghdad and in the halls of the Pentagon. This article is a must read if you want to understand the war in Iraq and the takeover of the American republic. That Hersh continues to publish in the mainstream is astonishing. He is the last real journalist operating in the mainstream press. I'd put him on a par with Robert Fisk and Greg Palast, but he has much deeper connections and I think an even greater effect.

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27.01.2005 08:06
Bush's secret journalistic payroll keeps getting longer
Word that the Bush administration has been paying journalistic shills to pimp for its programs tells us something about the state of the media, but also about those programs: they don't stand up to genuine scrutiny and need paid propaganda to sell them to the public.

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26.01.2005 20:20
no way to contact imc collective?
seek way to contact collective or tech support

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26.01.2005 09:59
KBOO Morning News Story List 1/26/05
posting the news stories for the morning news. in case you slept in.

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25.01.2005 11:07
KBOO Morning news Story List
We try to post the morning news to encourage feedback and give you an at-a-glance of the stories that aren't reported in the mainstream. Also, someday this will make a fine retrospective of day by day decay of our democracy. thank you.

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24.01.2005 11:54
still no pictures posted of the KATU encounter?
an enquirey

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24.01.2005 11:24
Forced Uniformity
War helps the recovery of the state. War automatically sets in motion irresistible forces of uniformity in the whole society, that passionate agreement of the majority with the state leadership against minorities and individuals who lack the necessary herd instinct..

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23.01.2005 01:44
Psychological Warfare - An American soldier's perspective
Psychological Warfare - An American soldier's perspective

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22.01.2005 08:14
Venezuela in the Spotlight: Lou Dobbs Show
May the new year be full of surprises!

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21.01.2005 17:22
NEO-AMISH, BABY!
Without an understanding of the television culture, modern protests will have no effect.

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21.01.2005 13:55
Not Another Damn Dime Day
21.01.2005 12:50
Pictures from Seattle
The counter-inaguaral in Seattle happened for hours. Here's some pictures.

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21.01.2005 12:06
The Disease vs The Cure
Last night, when I got home, I was tired. I skimmed pdx indy and saw a few articles that I opened. One was of AP (Associated Press) Protest Pictures. THat is what I looked at. That article. I decided to wait til the morning to see the indy stuff.

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21.01.2005 11:15
FCC Chairman Michael Powell Resigning
Just read on Yahoo news that FCC Chairman Michael Powell is resigning

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21.01.2005 08:48
KBOO Morning News Story List 1/21/05
stories that we ran on the morning news, submitted for your review. Let us know if we missed anything.

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20.01.2005 23:40
BULLSHIT REPORTING FROM THE CORPORATE MEDIA!!
Tbe corporate media has once again skewed the portrayal of our protests this Thursday, j20...

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20.01.2005 22:45
We NEED KATU Event pictures
confronting corporate media

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20.01.2005 15:46
The SHORTWAVE REPORT 1/21/05 LISTEN GLOBALLY!
A 30 minute review of news and opinion recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast quality (13.3MB) and quick download (3.3MB). With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Spain, Cuba, and Russia.

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20.01.2005 12:21
ABC News: "Bush is getting more protest than he wants"
ABC News w/ Peter Jennings are covering the protestors as the pin-head motorcade moves through the streets.

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20.01.2005 12:20
Goofy Oregonian Headline
Silly Street Final Oregonian headline.

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20.01.2005 12:01
Situationist Reading Group
We'll be meeting this Saturday at 1pm

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20.01.2005 11:26
KATU action-F*ck the Corporate Media
20 or so protesters walked into the KATU building to tell them that their coverage of the inauguration sucks.

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20.01.2005 11:13
Bush Wrong About Iraq's WMD's
The Empire has given us much mumblings about trying

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20.01.2005 10:33
Nader To Speak In Seattle Sunday 1/23/05 2 PM
Heads Up ! Anyone else going ? I'd hate to be the only apostate who had to deal with @#$%! Amtrak on a Saturday Night. :D

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20.01.2005 07:03
call KBOO with breaking news
Call KBOO's Press**Watch from DC

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19.01.2005 22:57
EVERYONE STRIKE!
Time has come to awaken

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19.01.2005 18:06
Obie Media Sells Out
The company that Eugene mayor Jim Torrey worked at for more than 20 years has sold out to a bigger advertising firm. Oh well, just trivia I guess.

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19.01.2005 13:49
English Al-Jazeera news site!
In case you didn't know. Al-jazeera has an english language web-site. It contains a lot of info not appearing in the US press about the Iraq war and other mid-east issues.

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18.01.2005 16:03
J20 National STOP "Bush" sign stenciling
The media will try to ignore the protest in D.C. but the signs of the time are everywhere and everyone can read the writing on the wall. Show some solidarity and spread the word.

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18.01.2005 09:09
WOW
watching tv

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18.01.2005 03:11
Soldier's matter of conscience opposing war, raked over coals; as Bush psychopath kills on
A Matter Of Conscience By Sgt. Kevin Benderman

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18.01.2005 01:16
MLK, GWB
17.01.2005 18:46
J20 Inauguration Protest -- GET AMBITIOUS!
People are calling (literally to talk radio shows), and sending letters & email, all over the country for a GENERAL STRIKE and total consumer boycott. What are you asking for? What are you trying to make happen?

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