Archive | May 29, 2015

U.S. Cyber-attack on Iran Foiled*

U.S. Cyber-attack on Iran Foiled*

Iran has foiled a hacking attack on its Ministry of Petroleum, which originated from the US, head of the Iranian Cyber Police has said.

The website of Cyber Police (FATA) quoted Gen. Kamal Hadianfar as saying that the hackers had launched their attack during holidays in Iran.

“We managed to stop the ports of cyber-attacks and react to hackers and finally their attacks were neutralized,” he said.

“The IP used by the hackers originated from America which we have announced to (the Americans) in a formal letter. We have also submitted an international court order which is being followed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,” Hadianfar added.

The worst cyber-attack against Iran, carried out jointly by the US and Israel, was discovered in June 2010.

In the attack, Iran’s nuclear facility in Natanz was the target of the Stuxnet virus which surreptitiously made centrifuges spin out of control.

The attack is known as the most serious case of state cyber-terrorism because of its complexity and sabotage of very sensitive properties.

Iran’s Ministry of Petroleum came under a cyber-attack first in April 2012 in which the computer and communication systems were targeted.

The ministry had to cut internet links to its oil terminal on the strategic Kharq Island which exports about 80% of Iran’s crude oil.

Kharg Island

Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri said then that “hundreds of US think tanks” were concocting cyber-attacks against Iran and “trying to dominate Iran in cyberspace”.

“They are doing their utmost to create roadblocks to prevent Iran’s progress and success through cyber warfare. Therefore, we too must develop an organized means to address the fight with the enemy in this arena.”

Iran has now set up a unit called Passive Defense Organization that primarily deals with countering sabotage, including cyber terrorism.

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Mother Fights Back for Child Developmentally Disabled by Vaccines*

Mother Fights Back for Child Developmentally Disabled by Vaccines*

Detroit prosecutor Kym Worthy, after losing in court four times, has filed a fifth case against Maryanne Godboldo. This time, Maryanne is striking back with her own lawsuit, as she sues CPS.

In 2011 Health Impact News one of the first national media outlets to cover the Maryanne Godboldo story, which was first picked up by the local Detroit Free Press. Maryanne Godboldo, a Detroit homeschooling mother who refused to give her child powerful anti-psychotic drugs after she was developmentally disabled due to vaccines, refused to give up her daughter to Child Protection Services, so they called in a SWAT team and had Maryanne arrested, and seized her daughter. You can read the entire story here.

Maryanne Godboldo’s story is told in the following video:

This long protracted legal battle, which has resulted in the child being reunited with her mother and all charges against the mother dropped, would not have been possible without Attorney Allison Folmar.

Attorney Allison Folmar (left) and Detroit mother Maryanne Godboldo (right)

ParentalRights.org has decided to take up her case, and help her sue CPS, but we must have your support to do it.

For lack of funds, Maryanne’s legal team is down to Allison Folmar, who continues to provide pro bono services. Not only is Allison fighting the county prosecutor again and again, but she has filed a counter-suit against the child protective services (CPS) worker and the judge who ordered Ariana’s removal. This counter-suit can bring costly consequences to those who have wronged Maryanne, sending a strong message to all government workers who remove children from their families without proper cause.

We applaud Allison’s heroic efforts, and we want to help in a practical way. The Parental Rights Foundation doesn’t have attorneys on staff, but it’s important that we financially support efforts like Allison’s to fight against government abuse of parental rights.

Right now, there are several other cases like Maryanne’s that we need to investigate and help as best we can, too. As the Foundation takes on these critical roles, it’s important that we have the resources to do it.

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Sri Lanka’s New President Puts Immediate Ban on Glyphosate*

Sri Lanka’s New President Puts Immediate Ban on Glyphosate*

Sri Lanka’s newly elected President Maithripala Sirisena announced Friday that the import of the World’s most used herbicide glyphosate will be banned with immediate effect. The release of already imported stocks has also been stopped.

Sirisena, a farmer and former Health Minister stated that glyphosate is responsible for the increasing number of chronic kidney disease (CKDu) patients in Sri Lanka and added that the move would protect the Sri Lankan farming community

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In Sri Lanka alone CKDu now afflicts 15% of people of working age in the Northern part of the country; a total of 400,000 patients with an estimated death toll of around 20,000.

Sri Lanka’s ban comes after two scientific studies led by Dr. Jayasumana showed that drinking water from abandoned wells, where the concentrations of glyphosate and metals are higher, as well as spraying glyphosate, increased the risk of the deadly chronic kidney disease (CKDu) by up to 5-fold.

It also follows the recent World Health Organization announcement that glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen.

Sri Lanka did ban the sale of glyphosate herbicides in March 2014 but this decision was overturned in May 2014 after a review. The decision by Sri Lanka’s new President  however has huge significance following the latest WHO report on glyphosate.

Sri Lanka now becomes the second country to fully ban the sale of glyphosate herbicides following El Salvador’s decision in 2013, also taken due to the fatal CKDu disease. Bermuda has also put a temporary ban on glyphosate imports and is holding a review.

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TPP Preparedness: EU Drops Pesticide Laws*

TPP Preparedness: EU Drops Pesticide Laws*

By Zachary Davies Boren

The EU scrapped planned pesticide regulations under pressure from US officials over the controversial transatlantic trade deal TTIP, newly published documents have revealed.

According to documents obtained by the Pesticides Action Network (PAN) Europe, a visit from high-level officials from the US Mission to Europe and the American Chambers of Commerce (AmCham) in July 2013 convinced the EU to drop planned rules that could have led to the banning of 31 pesticides containing health hazardous chemicals.

AmCham representatives reportedly “complained about the uselessness of creating categories and thus, lists” of prohibited substances during the meeting, and US trade officials “emphasised the need for an impact assessment,” The Guardianhas reported.

The European Commission at first resisted, claiming that though they back TTIP “they would not like to be seen as lowering EU standards,” but relented later that same day, a letter from the desk of the Commission’s secretary-general has shown..

What is TTIP? The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is an agreement between the US and the EU designed to encourage free trade by removing commercial barriers.

Samuel Lowe, TTIP campaigner for Friends of the Earth, toldThe Independent:

“This is yet further evidence that the European Commission is more than willing to trade off, weaken, or delay much needed regulation and protections for the sake of completing this TTIP trade deal.

The repeated claims that TTIP will not undermine our standards here in Europe and the UK are becoming less and less credible by the day.”

The pesticides the rules would have affected contain endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), the illnesses to which its been linked include cancer and male infertility — the health costs have been estimated at €150bn per year.

The EU will vote on legislation to regulate EDCs in 2016 at the earliest, instead of 2014 as was planned previously.

US officials have been lobbying prior to the July intervention, with AmCham writing to the European Commission a month earlier warning of the “wide-reaching implications” of the proposals and urging looser limits for exposure to EDCs that would be based on a substance’s potency.

There is also reports of a high-level internal note to European Health Commissioner Tonio Borg the week before the decision to drop the proposal was made in which concerns from the other side of the Atlantic were stressed.

There was massive lobbying efforts from European firms over EDCs regulation in the weeks leading up to the decision, with the European Chemical Industry Council claiming it “could become an issue that impairs the forthcoming EU-US trade negotiations.”

64 MEPs raised questions about the delay to the EDC legislation earlier this year.

A European Commission spokesperson told The Guardian: “The ongoing EU impact assessment procedure is not linked in any way to the TTIP negotiations.

“The EU will proceed to the adoption of definitive criteria to identify endocrine disruptors, independently from the further course of our TTIP negotiations with the US.”

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Teacher Saves Student’s Life with his Own Kidney*

Teacher Saves Student’s Life with his Own Kidney*

By Nigel Pauley

Big-hearted Ray Coe stepped in after 13-year-old Alya Ahmed Ali suffered renal failure.

Dad-of-one Ray, a special educational needs co-ordinator, said: “I just knew it was the right thing to do.”

Alya suffers from a condition called hydrocephalus, which has resulted in her having severe learning difficulties.

Her worried mum told Ray she had to have kidney dialysis and would be absent from Royal Docks Community School in Custom House, east London.

The teacher, of Stratford, east London, put his name down as a potential donor.

He said: “I knew what being a donor meant and I knew there was a possibility it could go ahead and I knew the implications.

“When we told Alya, she just gave me a big squeeze and her face lit up.

“It brings tears to my eyes whenever I think of that.”

The transplant went ahead at London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Both Alya and Ray are now recovering well and are expected to return to school after the Easter break.

Ray, 53, said: “For her parents, it’s not words that can express their gratitude.

“For them I have saved their daughter’s life.

“It’s like I am another family member now.”

Alya’s dad, Ahmed Ali, 47, said:

“He’s an amazing man.

“We owe him so much.”

School head Wendy Bower said:

“The whole staff are in admiration for his kindness.”

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