January 27, 2002

The World Economic Forum is, in a way, a big cocktail party for the global corporate elite. In their own words, "they are fully engaged in the process of defining and advancing the global agenda." More specifically, it's our globe, but it's their agenda.

January 23, 2002

the start of Bush's War "Osama bin Laden and the Taliban received threats of possible American military strikes against them two months before the terrorist assaults on New York and Washington...
The Taliban refused to comply but the serious nature of what they were told raises the possibility that Bin Laden, far from launching the attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York and the Pentagon out of the blue 10 days ago, was launching a pre-emptive strike in response to what he saw as US threats."

January 21, 2002

...thousands of students, union members and activists plan to protest in New York City from January 31 to February 4 at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in what is expected to be the largest American anti-corporate globalization demonstration post-9/11.
We have archived the most recent and comprehensive reports of civilian casualties from the US bombing of Afghanistan, and will post more on this shortly.