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The Running Amok of the Pharma-Cartel: The EU Pharmaceutical Directive

On June 1, the European Commission will introduce a new directive (EU Directive 2001/83) to the European Parliament. It tries to classify all substances used by humans to improve their health to prescription drugs. This measure would apply even if the substance were a:
     Vitamin
     Mineral
     Amino acid
     Herb
or is derived in any way from plants, animal, human or synthetic sources.

Illegal For US Firms To Boycott Israel - Up To 10 Years Prison

April 5, 2002

Office of Antiboycott Compliance

Antiboycott Laws:

During the mid-1970's the United States adopted two laws that seek to counteract the participation of U.S. citizens in other nation's economic boycotts or embargoes. These "antiboycott" laws are the 1977 amendments to the Export Administration Act (EAA) and the Ribicoff Amendment to the 1976 Tax Reform Act (TRA).

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Smallest living organism is a very big discovery

By Robert Cooke

May 4 2002

The first member of a new family of ultra-tiny microbes, smaller than known bacteria, was recently captured in scalding-hot water jetting up through the sea floor near Iceland, scientists said. It is unlike any other creature known.

What the German research team is calling "a new, nano-sized hyperthermophilic archaeon" is tinier than the smallest known living organisms, mycoplasma.

Still, it is larger than those semi-living things, the viruses. So it seems to represent a class of its own.

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DAIRY INDUSTRY NO LONGER PROMOTES STATUTORY RAPE

by Robert Cohen

http://www.notmilk.com

This is wonderful news, indeed!

The dairy industry once promoted and supported sexual acts between teachers and students.

When sex occurs between high school teachers and underage students, that is defined by every state in America as statutory rape. Teachers are now serving jail time for their amorous and predatory acts of love.

It seems that the dairy industry has quietly reversed their support of relationships in which young students are attracted to older men and women.

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A friend writes: More Israeli History

I don't think either side is perfect in this. Show me any country that's got a perfect record, anywhere in history. But go back to the history for a minute.

What is now Israel was basically desert, sparsely inhabited by nomads, with a few towns where Jews, Arabs and Christians lived in relative peace. Jews oppressed in Russia began to move to Israel, buy land and settle.

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CAMERA Calls on NPR to Fire Foreign Editor Loren Jenkins

Committee For Accuracy In Middle East Reporting In America

For immediate release
Telephone: 617-789-3672 Fax: 617-787-7853
May 3, 2002

BOSTON -- Charging National Public Radio with anti-Israel bias, CAMERA, Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America, today urged NPR to remove Foreign Editor Loren Jenkins from his key role in the prominent network's coverage of the Middle East. According to CAMERA, Jenkins has a long record of partisanship in favor of Palestinian views and his tenure at NPR has seen a worsening of the bias.

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The U.S. Government Is the Biggest Drug Dealer in the World!

While the U.S. federal government has been waging a phony and hypocritical "war on drugs" as an easy way to increase repression in inner cities and confiscate millions of dollars in private assets through unconstitutional forfeiture laws in order to fund its burgeoning police state, it has also been an active participant in the illegal drug trade, using public resources to bring heroin and cocaine into American inner cities at least since the 1960's.

Sound like paranoia?

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Former British Drug Policy Head Says Legalize it All

Former cabinet minister Mo Mowlam, who ran Prime Minister Tony Blair's drug policy until less than a year ago, has called for the legalization of all drugs. She said legalizing and taxing the drug trade was the only solution in an interview with the London newspaper the Independent on Sunday. During her tenure as the Labour government's minister responsible for drug policy, she sparred repeatedly with other ministers and her boss over medical marijuana, cannabis decriminalization, and whether even to study the possible benefits of legalization and taxation.
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