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 PEERS and the Team 20/09/2007

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are one-paragraph excerpts of important news articles you may have
These news articles include revealing information on the mystery plane
over the White House on the morning of 9/11, the return of slavery to the
United States, Wall Street's funding of Chinese domestic surveillance
systems, and more. Each excerpt is taken verbatim from the major media
website listed at the link provided. If any link fails to function, click
here. Key sentences are highlighted for those with
By choosing to educate ourselves and to spread
the word, we can and will build a brighter

best wishes,

Tod Fletcher and Fred
Burks for PEERS and the Team

"One of the Eeriest Moments Amid the Carnage of

September 12, 2007, CNN

KING: Today, six years after 9/11, a mystery endures about just what
happened in the skies over the White House that terrible day. A plane
right over it, but why, and what was it? For conspiracy theorists, the
image is a gold mine. It appeared overhead just before 10 a.m., a four-
engine jet ... in the nation's most off-limits airspace. On the White
House grounds and the rooftop, a nervous scramble. And still today, no
will offer an official explanation of what we saw. Two government sources
familiar with the incident tell CNN it was a military aircraft. They say
the details are classified. This comparison of the CNN video and
an official Air Force photo suggests the mystery plane is among the
military's most sensitive aircraft, an Air Force E-4B. Note the flag on
the tail, the stripe around the fuselage, and the telltale bubble just
behind the 747 cockpit area
AIR FORCE: There are many commercial versions of the 747 ... that look
similar, but I don't think any of them that have the communications pod
like the ... Air Force E-4 does behind the cockpit. KING: The E-4B is a
state of the art flying command post, built and equipped for one reason:
to keep the government running no matter what, even in the event of a
nuclear war, the reason it was nicknamed the doomsday plane during the
Cold War. Ask the Pentagon, and it insists this is not a military
aircraft, and there is no mention of it in the official report of the
Commission. [In] sum: the lack of any official explanation feeds an
conspiracy. This is from an online discussion about the plane on the web
site "I have always
thought these planes were exactly that, mission control for the 9/11
attack on our country."

For many other anomalous major media reports which collectively suggest
that the official story of 9/11 may be a cover-up, click here.

Review: Slavery's shockingly alive and well

September 16, 2007, USA

globalized world that could bring down the Berlin Wall, and deliver fresh
fruit in the middle of the coldest winter months, wasn't supposed to
foster one of the darkest of human practices — slavery. This version of
the world was supposed to make life for everyone, everywhere, better.
Better medicine, better prices, better democracies. Not so, says John
in his incredible book, Nobodies:
Modern American Slave Labor and the Dark Side of the New Global
. Not only is slavery a reality, but how we've executed
this rush toward globalization may have created the very conditions
necessary for slavery to gain a toehold in the modern world.
Nobodies is investigative, immersion reporting at its best. The
line between observer and participant blurs, and the reality of time,
place and subject come crashing out in full detail. Bowe is a master
storyteller whose work is finely tuned and fearless. When the time is
appropriate, he goes so far as to question his own assumptions, ideals
practices without holding back. "Go out into this newly globalized world
you're profiting from," he writes, "go visit the people being 'lifted'
of poverty, the workers who are making your products. Go live in their
huts, eat their rice and plantains, squat on their floors, and listen to
their babies cry. Sniff some glue and pray with them. Try to get justice
from their police if someone hurts you. And then come back and let's talk
about freedom." There's a chill in the air when he writes: "If
can read this page, you are on top of the world and billions of people
beneath you. Your ignorance and your lack of a program will likely equal
the squalor of your grandchildren's existence."

An Opportunity for Wall St. in China’s
Surveillance Boom

September 7, 2007, New York

Runsen, the powerful technology director of China’s ministry of public
security, is best known for leading Project Golden Shield, China’s
intensive effort to strengthen police control over the Internet. But last
month Mr. Li took an additional title: director for China Security and
Surveillance Technology, a fast-growing company that installs and
sometimes operates surveillance systems for Chinese police agencies,
and banks, among other customers. The company has just been approved for
listing on the New York Stock Exchange. The company’s listing and Mr.
membership on its board are just the latest signs of ever-closer ties
Wall Street, surveillance companies and the Chinese government’s security
apparatus. Wall Street analysts now follow the growth of companies that
install surveillance systems providing Chinese police stations with
24-hour video feeds from nearby Internet cafes. Hedge fund money
from the United States has paid for the development of not just better
video cameras, but face-recognition software and even newer
behavior-recognition software designed to spot the beginnings of a street
protest and notify police.
Executives of Chinese surveillance
companies say they are helping their government reduce street crime,
preserve social stability and prevent terrorism. They note that London
a more sophisticated surveillance system, although the Chinese system
soon be far more extensive. Wall Street executives also defend the
industry as necessary to keep the peace at a time of rapid change in
China. They point out that New York has begun experimenting with
surveillance cameras in Lower Manhattan and other areas of the city.

Spy Satellites Turned on the

September 6, 2007, ABC

Traditionally, powerful spy satellites have been used to search for
strategic threats overseas. But now the Department of Homeland Security
has developed a new office to use the satellites to [monitor the US
itself]. [DHS] officials ... faced extensive criticism [in Congress]
the privacy and civil liberty concerns of the new office, called the
National Applications Office. [House Homeland Security] Committee members
expressed concern about abuse of the satellite imagery, charging that
Homeland Security had not informed the oversight committee about the
program. "What's most disturbing is learning about it from The Wall
Street Journal," said Committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss.
lawmakers also expressed concern about using military capabilities for
law enforcement and Homeland Security operations, potentially a violation
of the Posse Comitatus Act, which bars the military from serving as a law
enforcement body within the United States. Committee members said that in
addition to not being informed about the National Applications Office
program, they had not yet been provided with documents defining the
and legal guidance about the program. [They] sent a letter to Homeland
Security saying, "We are so concerned that ... we are calling for
a moratorium on the program. Today's testimony made clear that there is
effectively no legal framework governing the domestic use of satellite
imagery for the various purposes envisioned by the

Defense Dept. pays $1B to outside

August 29, 2007, USA

Defense Department is paying private contractors more than $1 billion in
more than 30 separate contracts to collect and analyze intelligence for
the four military services and its own Defense Intelligence Agency,
according to contract documents and a Pentagon spokesman. The disclosure
marks the first time a U.S. intelligence service has made public its
outside payments. Intelligence payments to contractors have climbed
dramatically since the terror attacks in September 2001, but none had
made public, according to a report filed in April by the Office of the
Director of National Intelligence. Outside contracting ... places
security tasks and sensitive information in the hands of private parties,
says Steven Aftergood, a government secrecy specialist at the Federation
of American Scientists, a Washington privacy group. "Private
contractors don't have to undergo congressional oversight or justify
budgets to appropriators," Aftergood says. "We're starting to create a
kind of intelligence bureaucracy, one that is both more expensive and
accountable (than government's own intelligence agencies)."
of the contracts, which extend up to five years, pay for analysis of
intelligence data and for related services, such as translation and
interpretation of photo and electronic intelligence. A small fraction,
which [a Pentagon spokesman] declined to specify, pay for private spies.
Private contractors often hire former intelligence officers, sometimes
leasing them back at higher salaries to the agencies that first recruited
and trained them.

Possible Energy Source: Burning

September 10, 2007, CBS News/Associated

An Erie
cancer researcher has found a way to burn salt water, a novel invention
that is being touted by one chemist as the "most remarkable" water
discovery in a century. John Kanzius happened upon the discovery
accidentally when he tried to desalinate seawater with a radio-frequency
generator he developed to treat cancer. He discovered that as long as the
salt water was exposed to the radio frequencies it would burn. The
discovery has scientists excited by the prospect of using salt water, the
most abundant resource on earth, as a fuel. Rustum Roy, a Penn State
University chemist, has held demonstrations at his State College lab to
confirm his own observations. The radio frequencies act to weaken
the bonds between the elements that make up salt water, releasing the
hydrogen, Roy said. Once ignited, the hydrogen will burn as long as it is
exposed to the frequencies, he said. The discovery is "the most
in water science in 100 years," Roy said
. "This is the most
abundant element in the world. It is everywhere," Roy said. "Seeing it
burn gives me the chills." Roy will meet this week with officials from
Department of Energy and the Department of Defense to try to obtain
research funding. The scientists want to find out whether the energy
output from the burning hydrogen - which reached a heat of more than
degrees Fahrenheit - would be enough to power a car or other heavy
machinery. "We will get our ideas together and check this out and see
where it leads," Roy said. "The potential is huge."

For an exciting survey of major media reports of new energy inventions,
click here.

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The physicist and the flying

September 1, 2007,
Telegraph-Journal (New Brunswick's leading

you told me in the early 1960s that I'd turn into a full-time ufologist,
would have laughed my head off," Stanton T.
Friedman, a former nuclear physicist who was honoured with a
proclamation this week by the City of Fredericton, says. "I preferred
science and people, not science fiction. But how can you not
If not New Brunswick's favourite son, Stan Friedman is
certainly among its most famous. For 40 years, Carl Sagan's former
classmate at the University of Chicago has lived in Fredericton while
trying to convince the world of the existence of invaders from outer
space. "I have never seen a flying saucer and I have never seen an alien,
but I have talked to people who have," Friedman says. He is 73, has white
hair and a white beard and chatters at warp speed. "I am still an
optimist." An expert in nuclear aircraft fission, fusion rockets and
plants for space travel, Friedman worked 14 years on advanced and highly
classified projects for General Electric, General Motors, Westinghouse,
TRW and McDonnell Douglas, among others. He has given lectures on flying
saucers at 600 universities over the last four decades, has testified for
Congress and spoken at the United Nations twice and has appeared on
television shows around the world. Friedman's scientific background,
of navigating through thousands of documents and hundreds of interviews
with witnesses led him to the conclusion that aliens are more than a
"After a while, you get used to the nasty, noisy negativists and the
ancient academics,'' he says. "And years ago, I got angry at the
government officials who were lying through their teeth. It got me
on a crusade, in a way. I'm a good detective when I set out to be."

Stanton T. Friedman, Ph.D. is one of the foremost scientists
the evidence of UFOs. He has written many
books presenting the results of his research. For a two-page summary
witness testimony from top government and military officials on a major
cover-up of UFOs, click

The 50% MPG Gain That Detroit Won't

August 26, 2007, Washington

Rowley keeps his dreams in his garage. There ... he stores an aging Mazda
626 sedan [specially outfitted with a] one-gallon steel box in the trunk
connected to fuel lines leading to a gasoline vaporizing device under the
hood. The steel box holds one gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. The
device beneath the hood is called the VFS, Vaporizing Fuel System. I came
here to drive Rowley's VFS-equipped car. For years, I had spurned the
invitations of homespun inventors worldwide to travel to distant points
witness first-hand machines that could deliver 100 miles per gallon or
miles per gallon. The claims sounded too incredible to believe --
ridiculous, in fact. If such devices really worked, really did what their
inventors said they did, why would they still be sitting on shelves in
anonymous workshops -- ignored by the driving public and all of the
vehicle manufacturers who serve them? What automobile manufacturer in
its right mind, especially with rising concerns about future oil
availability and with gasoline prices escalating worldwide, would not
at the opportunity to acquire a device that delivered 100 miles per
Rowley's patented device is nothing new. It's just the latest
iteration of an idea already developed by others -- the notion that you
could get more miles per gallon out of a traditional gasoline engine if
you pre-heated the fuel to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit, thus turning it
into a vapor before it enters the combustion chamber. Vaporized fuel,
properly mixed with air, burns more efficiently, saves fuel and emits
tailpipe pollutants than traditional fuel-air mixtures in which gasoline
sprayed into a combustion chamber in tiny droplets and then mixed with
before burning. All car companies know this.

Why won't the car manufacturers develop this amazing, proven technology?
For a possible answer, click here. And
a treasure trove of exciting reports on new energy developments, click

Savings program helps India's street kids bank
on change

August 19, 2007, San Francisco
(San Francisco's leading newspaper)


Kumar handed his day's wages of 20 rupees, or about 50 cents, to the

stone-faced bank teller, who scribbled the transaction into a ledger

before raising his head to attend the next fidgety customer. It could


been any weekday evening at any Indian bank, except for a few exceptions.

Every customer and employee was under age 18. And they were all street

kids, hustling to earn a buck shining shoes, picking rags and selling tea

along the mobbed streets of Delhi's crumbling old city. They are among a

growing number of children flocking to the Children's Development Bank, a

unique program started by a children's advocacy group six years ago that

has become a crucial resource for many of Delhi's estimated 45,000 street

kids. Begun from a bright yellow booth in the corner of a boys' night

shelter in Old Delhi, the bank now has 14 branches throughout the city,

giving the children a safe place to stash their money, earn interest and

even borrow to start a business. "When I used to work in the tea
stall, there was no place to sleep, there was no security, people would
steal my money," said Mohammad Azad, a spindly 14-year-old boy with
luminous brown eyes. "Now, no one will steal my money. It's safe and I
use it in the future."
The bank gives this underground workforce


nearly all boys whose average daily wage is 60 cents - more than a place


manage money. In India, where more than three-quarters of the population

lives on less than 50 cents a day according to a recent government


the bank could be [a] way out of the grinding poverty that has defined

their lives. Most bank members are runaways from impoverished villages

throughout North India, whose parents have taken them out of school to

help the family economically.


For inspiring related stories on microlending and microcredit which are

powerfully pulling the poor out of poverty around the world, click

A chip on my shoulder

August 12, 2007, San Francisco
(San Francisco's leading newspaper)


ability to blend vast databases containing personal information -- and


sophistication of tracking devices that can announce your presence along

with myriad vital statistics when you cross a bridge or enter a room --

have brought Americans to a crossroads. Do we shrug and concede
that privacy is lost -- "get over it," as one titan of tech declared so
bluntly? Or do we look for ways to draw the line, to identify means and
places where employers and governments should not dare to tread? One such
place: Our bodies.
Life has begun to imitate art -- as in the

futuristic film "Minority Report" -- with the refinement of

toothpick-thick microchips that can be implanted in your arm and packed

with loads of personally identifiable information that can be beamed to

the world. These radio-frequency identification (RFID) devices -- or

"talking bar codes" -- amount to miniature antennas that transmit the

types of information that might otherwise be held on a swipe card. Even


you've shrugged through the debates about warrantless wiretapping and


"what the heck" at the prospect that everything from your spending habits

to your Web site travels are being compiled and crunched for commercial

purposes, you might think twice about letting your employer insert a

microchip under your skin as a condition of getting a job. As of today,


is both a technical and a legal possibility. Just last year, a ...


of video-surveillance equipment inserted ... microchips into the arms of

two employees. Those two workers volunteered, but it's not hard to


the lightbulbs going off in Corporate America. Is Joe really making a


call or is he taking in a baseball game at AT&T Park? How many smoke


is Mary taking? Amazingly, there is no California law against "chipping"

workers as a condition of employment.


For many reliable reports from the major media on the potential dangers


microchips, click

Voter Caging and Housing Works

July 27, 2007, PBS


there a White House plot to illegally suppress votes in 2004? Is there a

similar plan for the upcoming elections? This week NOW examines documents

and evidence that points to a Republican Party plan designed to
keep Democrats from voting, allegedly by targeting people based on their
race and ethnicity with key battleground states like Ohio and Florida of
particular interest. "It was a partisan, discriminatory attempt to
challenge voters of color,"
Eddie Hailes, a senior attorney for

The Advancement Project,

a civil rights group, told NOW. Was the White House involved? David

Iglesias, one of the fired U.S. Attorneys, thinks so: "It's


It's unethical, it's unlawful. It may very well be criminal." Iglesias


NOW he was repeatedly urged by his superiors at the Justice Department to

investigate allegations of false voter registrations. After his

investigations came up short, Iglesias said Republican officials got


and complained to White House aide Karl Rove. Soon after Iglesias lost


job. As a result of allegations by Iglesias and others, Congress is

investigating whether the White House acted unlawfully. While Attorney

General Alberto Gonzales refused to answer many questions about the

controversy as he testified before the Senate this week, Iglesias told


he believes the White House is keeping documents from Congress to protect

the Bush Administration. "That's why there has been such a circling of


wagons around Karl Rove and Harriet Miers and Sarah Taylor. I believe


to be incriminating, possibly criminally incriminating evidence contained

in those e-mails and other memoranda," he said.


To read further reports from the major media on the many serious problems

in the US electoral process, click

rescue of whale: Humpback nuzzled her saviors in thanks

2005-12-14, San Francisco


humpback whale freed by divers from a tangle of crab trap lines near the

Farallon Islands nudged its rescuers and flapped around in what marine

experts said was a rare and remarkable encounter. "It felt to me like it

was thanking us, knowing that it was free and that we had helped it,"

James Moskito, one of the rescue divers, said Tuesday. "It stopped about


foot away from me, pushed me around a little bit and had some fun."

Sunday's daring rescue was the first successful attempt on the West Coast

to free an entangled humpback. It was a very risky maneuver ... because

the mere flip of a humpback's massive tail can kill a man. "I was the

first diver in the water, and my heart sank when I saw all the lines

wrapped around it," said Moskito. "I really didn't think we were going to

be able to save it." Moskito said about 20 crab-pot ropes, which are 240

feet long with weights every 60 feet, were wrapped around the animal.


was wrapped at least four times around the tail, the back and the left

front flipper, and there was a line in the whale's mouth. Moskito and

three other divers spent about an hour cutting the ropes with a special

curved knife. The whale floated passively in the water the whole time, he

said, giving off a strange kind of vibration. "When I was cutting the


going through the mouth, its eye was there winking at me, watching me,"

Moskito said. "It was an epic moment of my life." When the whale
realized it was free, it began swimming around in circles, according to
the rescuers. Moskito said it swam to each diver, nuzzled him and then
swam to the next one.

The main newspaper of Ashland, Oregon has come out

heavily on the side of 9/11 truth with a recent editorial on 9/11 raising

serious questions. To read the editorial, click

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