Thursday, July 13, 2006

Mule festival listed as Al-Qa'eda target: "The 77,000-item list was compiled by the much-criticised Department of Homeland Security."













The London telegraph / Infowars.com

Mule festival listed as Al-Qa'eda target

Francis Harris / London Telegraph | July 13 2006

Al-Qa'eda is planning to attack a mule festival, ice-cream parlours, a kangaroo conservation centre and "a beach at the end of a street", according to America's latest list of terrorist targets.

The 77,000-item list was compiled by the much-criticised Department of Homeland Security.


An audit by the department's inspector general said that 11,000 of the sites met the required level of a target of national significance and that 32,000 did not. The importance of the rest was unclear.

The department asked state authorities to identify which sites "if attacked would result in catastrophic loss of life and/or catastrophic economic loss".

But the guidelines issued by officials were so unclear that the 50 states often failed to understand what the department required. While some gave the names and addresses of potential targets, others simply provided general information such as "school" and "restaurant".
Among the supposed targets were the American society of young musicians, a bourbon festival, an insect zoo, Old McDonald's petting zoo, a shop called Amish County Popcorn and a theological seminary.


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SOURCE OF SOURCES - http://www.infowars.com/articles/terror/mule_fest_al_qaeda_target.htm








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According to the current issue of Mother Jones:


* One in four U.S. jobs pays less than a poverty-level income.

* Since 2000, the number of Americans living below the poverty line at any one time has risen steadily. Now, 13 percent -- 37 million Americans -- are officially poor.

* Bush's tax cuts (extended until 2010) save those earning between $20,000 and $30,000 an average of $10 a year, while those making $1 million are saved $42,700.

* In 2002, Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, compared those who point out such statistics as the one above to Adolph Hitler (surely he meant Stalin?).

* Bush has diverted $750 million to "healthy marriages" by shifting funds from social services, mostly childcare.

* Bush has proposed cutting housing programs for low-income people with disabilities by 50 percent.

* A series of related stats -- starting with the news that two out of three new jobs are in the suburbs -- shows how the poor are further disadvantaged in the job hunt by lack of public or private transportation.







Meanwhile, for those who have been following the collapse of the pension system, please note a series in The Wall Street Journal by Ellen Schultz taking a hard look at executive pension obligations:



* "Benefits for executives now account for a significant share of pension obligations in the United States, an average of 8 percent (of large companies). Sometimes a company's obligation for a single executive's pension approaches $100 million."

* "These liabilities are largely hidden, because corporations don't distinguish them from overall pension obligations in their federal financial findings."

* "As a result, the savings that companies make by curtailing pensions of regular retirees -- which have totaled billions of dollars in recent years -- can mask a rising cost of benefits for executives."

* "Executive pensions, even when they won't be paid until years from now, drag down the earnings today. And they do so in a way that's disproportionate to their size, because they aren't funded with dedicated assets."



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