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June 4, 2008

: Hackers can turn your home PC into a bomb

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , , — xshortlist @ 11:37 am

It is already possible for an assassin to send someone an e-mail with an innocent-looking attachment to it. When the receiver downloads the attachment, the electrical current and molecular structure of the central processing unit is altered, causing it to blast a apart like a large hand grenade.
/ ijeriko

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May 1, 2008

: The Fictitious War in Iraq

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , , — xshortlist @ 8:34 pm

The real war is between U.S. forces and the legitimate Iraqi resistance.
It is not reported

We do not see the real war. The Pentagon, the journalists only where the use of its propaganda. This is especially the Al-Qaeda attacks. But these Al-Qaeda attacks represent less than one hundredth of daily military actions. We have per day on average over 200 military actions in Iraq. About 100 of these military actions the United States, which are bombings, raids, shootings. In addition, approximately the same number of military actions of the legitimate Iraqi resistance, including some 100th This is legitimate resistance because he turned to the Geneva Convention protects civilians and holds. About two is not reported because the Pentagon to the American people will not admit that in large numbers continue military actions against the Iraqi population, and because the Pentagon does not want to admit that there is a massive Iraqi resistance, against the American occupation and fights by a large majority of the population supports. The U.S. government could no longer claim to lead a war against Al Qaeda.

EN / interview (online translation)
DE / Der Scheinkrieg im Irak / eurasisches magazin

April 24, 2008

: German intelligence probed for monitoring journalist in Afghanistan

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , , — xshortlist @ 5:07 pm

Germany’s foreign intelligence service BND came under pressure Thursday following revelations it had monitored the e-mail correspondence of a German journalist reporting on Afghanistan for Der Spiegel news magazine. Ernst Uhrlau, the president of the Federal Intelligence Service (BND), responded to questions from members of the Parliamentary Control Committee (PKG) in closed session.

… / The Earth Times

Another journalist spied, BND affair is expanding / taz

April 20, 2008

: Blogging on a List of Terrorists?

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , , , , — xshortlist @ 8:31 pm

10.000 registered Blogs within 3 days on BayWords

The site should be somewhat stable now. We’ve updated a lot of stuff and tweaked the database to cope with the load. We’ve also took in the idea of opening a forum that someone asked for. You can find it at SuprBay.org, BayWords admin declares.

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BayWords is an interesting experiment. Will the blogs here be different from what’s out there already? Or are people already blogging freely eslewhere? What parts of the world will this appeal to? Are governments already watching BayWords? Am I on an enemies list now?
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