Please read this from top to bottom, once you read it
the lies are not so hard to see through! It's all LIES!!!!!
Please read this from top to bottom, once you read it
the lies are not so hard to see through! It's all LIES!!!!!
Please read this from top to bottom, once you read it
the lies are not so hard to see through! It's all LIES!!!!!
This video hosted bi David Icke is a must watch... you should check out his web site.
I can see society unravelling here before my very eyes. People are losing people skills. Today my wheelchair malfunctioned and as a test I sat there to see who would help... One guy in a scooter, then I called a friend, we asked someone for help.
Another situation, just the other daymy brother found a man laying on the sidewalk, beat-up and bleeding from his head. My brother watched as people just stepped over, walked around and ignored him. My brother waited until the ambulance came. What happened to helping out our fellow humanity.
If we only knew what was going on... It is really easy too see in this democracy we are not free.
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Associated Press has found that Japan exposed thousands of its citizens to risk by failing to use radiation forecasts in the early days of its nuclear crisis.
The government predicted Karino Elementary School would be in the path of the plume emerging from the tsunami-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. But the forecasts never reached decision-makers and the school was not cleared out. Instead, it became a temporary evacuation centre.
Parents and others gathered in the playground of the school at the height of the nuclear crisis and many ate and cooked in the open contaminated air.
It's unclear how much radiation people were exposed to or if they will suffer health problems. But the breakdown may hold lessons for other countries because similar warning systems are used around the world. This was their first test in a major crisis.
Meanwhile on Tuesday, the Japanese government decided to lift evacuation advisories in some areas more than 20 kilometres from the damaged nuclear plant, opening the way for tens of thousands of people to return home.
Officials said the lifting will allow about 25,000 people covered by the advisories to return home in about a month.
The enormous earthquake and tsunami demolished cooling functions at the nuclear plant, causing three reactor cores to melt and triggering fires and explosions that spread large amounts of radioactive particles outside the complex.
More than 80,000 residents fled their homes after the disaster.
Officials at Tokyo Electric Power Co., the utility that operates the plant, and the government have said in recent weeks that the reactors have stabilized and the amount of radiation being released is now minimal, yet they are building protective domes over the reactors.
This sends a mixed message of the current state of reactor safety.
Just like the British Petroleum disaster that hit the Gulf of Mexico is no longer in the media, because it is no longer newsworthy. The same has happened to this story eventhough the effects will last decades.
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When it comes to promising scientific results that deserve much more investigation, is this what we should expect?
"Both the National Cancer Institute and several pharmaceutical companies declined to pay for the research. Neither applicants nor funders discuss the reasons an application is turned down. But good guesses are the general shortage of funds and the concept tried in this experiment was too novel and, thus, too risky for consideration," says the Huffington Post.
This quote is in regards to a new leukemia treatment that is surprising the researchers behind its creation. The treatment is providing results beyond their wildest expectations.
It's virtually eradicated cancerous leukemia cells in the first three patients it's been tested on.
In two of the three patients the process completely destroyed the most common type of leukemia. In the third patient, the treatment seems to have reduced the cancerous cells by 70 per cent.
"Within three weeks, the tumors had been blown away, in a way that was much more violent than we ever expected," said senior author Carl June, MD.
The breakthrough uses patients' own T cells to fight off cancer. Researchers took the T cells of the patients, ran them through a vaccine production facility, and then placed them back in to the patients' bodies following chemotherapy.
Finding a cure to cancer would mean a loss of billions of dollars being put into the economy, thousands of businesses would go broke.
Speaking of cancer, the food that companies produce cause cancer (hot dogs, aspartame etc...) Is there a conspiracy, or is this coincidence?
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Interesting findings for Canadian employees and employers. Re: More expected from Canadian employees as large companies set bullish growth targets If you work for a major Canadian or American company in Canada, brace yourself. Your corporate leaders will be expecting more from you in the months and years ahead.According to a global survey of more than 1,600 senior decision makers at major corporations conducted by Hay Group, U.S. and Canadian corporate leaders have set bullish growth targets of 4.9 per cent this year, even though the North American economy is projected to grow only 2.8 per cent. By 2014, business leaders have annual growth targets of seven percent.Business leaders say they’re going to do it by increasing employee productivity. Three quarters of the senior decision makers in Canada said they would be asking more from their employees this year, even though 40 percent believe their employees are too stretched to deliver on current business objectives.A news release with more detailed survey findings below.
"Hay Group Study Finds Canadian and US CEOs Target Employee Performance to Achieve Bullish Growth in 2011"
Performance Management Systems are Broken
TORONTO, ONTARIO– CEOs have set bullish growth targets for 2011 and are demanding significant increases in workforce productivity to meet them, according to new research from global management consultancy Hay Group.
According to the study, firms globally are targeting 5.4 per cent growth for 2011, targets that, in most cases, outstrip International Monetary Fund (IMF) local economic forecasts for GDP growth (see table below).
In both the U.S. and Canada, firms are targeting 4.9 per cent growth for 2011. While this is less than growth targets globally, it is well above the North American economic growth forecast of 2.8 per cent reported in the latest figures released by the IMF. They are expecting even more in the years ahead. By 2014, Canadian and U.S. business leaders say they are targetting seven per cent annual growth.
“Business leaders in Canada and the U.S. face a significant challenge as they work to achieve aggressive growth targets with a workforce that is already stretched thin,” said Mark Hundert, Toronto-based National Director of Hay Group. “To fully harness the power of their employees, executives need to take a fresh look at how performance is really managed to ensure people are enabled to drive organizational performance.”
Hay Group’s report about Strategic performance management is based on research among 1,660 senior decision-makers in large firms across more than 30 countries worldwide. North America, senior decision makers at 50 Canadian companies and 250 American companies participated in Hay Group’s research.
The performance challenge
A strong majority of North American business leaders – two-thirds (66 per cent) in the U.S. and three quarters (74 per cent) in Canada – admit their growth targets present a challenge. To achieve these growth targets, business leaders in both countries say they need to increase productivity by six per cent on average, with the majority (69 per cent in the U.S. and 76 per cent in Canada) intending to ask even more from their workforces.
Meanwhile, 40 per cent of senior decision makers in Canada fear their employees are already too stretched to deliver current business objectives.
“In response to the economic downturn, North American business leaders focused solidly on controlling costs,” added Hundert. “Now, as they look to improve business results and get more discretionary effort from their people, it’s time for them to shift their focus to performance management.”
Spotlight on performance
Canadian business leaders understand that improving individual performance is critical to achieving their growth targets. The majority (78 per cent) plan to implement more rigorous individual performance management this year.
The vast majority of Canadian business leaders (90 per cent) also agree that individual performance management is an important driver of overall business performance. And more than half (60 per cent) believe it makes a difference to the bottom line.
However, most companies don’t practice what they preach -- less than a quarter of firms align their performance management system to company strategy (22 per cent).
At the same time, while the majority of Canadian business leaders (96 per cent) stress that culture has an important influence on the effectiveness of performance management, only a quarter (24 per cent) of firms align their performance management strategy to company culture and values.
And despite this clear misalignment in performance management programs, 58 per cent of Canadian business leaders admit to spending 10 per cent or less of their time managing poor performance.
“Businesses that want to improve performance management don’t need to throw out their existing systems,” added Hundert. “Rather, they need to think about how to enhance their current system by having leaders provide more direction and clarity, so that employees know how their efforts tie into the broader strategy and impact results. It’s also critical that leaders create a culture of dialogue throughout the year, rather than relying on a once-a-year conversation about performance. However, the power of an organization’s culture as a whole should not be underestimated.”
One third of Canadian business leaders believe managers in their firms fail to use their performance management process effectively (34 per cent) and do not actively support the performance management process (34 per cent). A quarter describe their process as a ‘tick-box exercise’ (26 per cent).
“Most organizations view performance management as a process for controlling compensation. Leading organizations treat it as a management process that empowers employees to drive performance and creates discretionary effort.”
To all of those who find Doomsday appealing, you must really have something for nothing, it's quite ironic think about it. During the last forty to fifty years people have begun to have an inflated apocalyptic world view, reports today's Globe & Mail on page L7. We have started to believe that our problems are too big to solve. It's no wonder we think this way we are raised by the wicked to be afraid of the future. Really, we are scared of our shadows.
Listen to this...
It's amazing what is on the political agenda these days.
The 'apocalyptic world view,' began eons ago. It was written in, at the end of the New Testament, Revalation, the apocalypse. Today, it has woven itself into the fabric of modern teachings. We a always in imminent danger, whether it be from the environment, a health risk, some war or other disaster. "I think the 'apocalyptic world view,' the sense of history being a story of conflict between great and powerful forces that gives meaning to history." History should be defined by great memories that we share with others. We should not be waiting for a future comprised of CLASSIFIED attack plans, just teach others to enjoy what we have now.
We are of a day, in an age when most people suffer from an illness due to stress where we all, each and every one of us, should be able to enjoy a joint. We all elligible for our Authorization to Possess under the Medicle Marijhauna Access Regulations. Any person who has:
Anyone else who suffers debilitating symptom's can apply as well. You can find more information 'HERE.'
If you are having trouble convincing your doctor to sign your application print out a copy of the CMPA's release form for medical practitioners which you can find HERE!. There is no question that people need to stand up, develop some sort of backbone and demand not to be ruled unfairly. Light Up! Revolt, smoke pot & solve problems -- slowly. We have the choice!
Who knew? You can make anything out of hemp... another conspiracy to make something else disappear. Especially when it undermines PHARMA & PETROL.
So really Harold Camping, where do you get the idea that the world is going to end? And shame on the people who made donations to you. This allowed you to afford to spend over $100 million on PR, and now you say that G-D is taking his time and that it will happen in five months. I really hope no other foolish people spend their life savings (140K), driving accross the US confirming and spreading your crazy antics along the way.
Perhaps Old Harold should spend $40 on buying a half-quarter of KUSH, smoke a dub, then donate some money to help out those who have just been through a natural disaster. Rebuild homes for everyone in Joplin, Missourri. I'm sure his god would forgive him then.
We are all human right? Somtimes I wonder... This is an ingeneous device that I have to share because, we all suffer from flatulence... Here goes.
What a great Saturday Night Live Skit. It just illustrates what weird set of norms we have created for ourselves. What is natural is taboo... farts, sex, disease. When it comes to unnatural we seem to be willing to go to great lenghts to cosume it. For example, weapons, drugs and money.
After bringing about wind one feels relieved...
Sex is great, as long as it's protected...
Most illness can be cured, or sucessfully managed...
Weapon's cause destruction, they tear lives apart...
Drugs cause addiction, they steal yourbsoul...
Not all people who have money are happy, as money is stressful.
Who knew that a skit about farts
would lead us to a philosophical comparison of
'LIFES GREATEST DIVIDE: DIFFERENCE.'
Back to the current subject;
Why do people get sily over sounds?
OOOOPS!!! He is busted (literally)!
This would make a great fire prevention video. Grandma, if she were alive, would not be pleased that she got caught on tape tousling her grandson's dates hair with her flatulence. It must be nuclear if she is plugging her nostril's with tampons. It's easy to see why he is smitten with her, isn't it. It's too bad the story has such a sad ending.
Granny cork it, or stay away from the beans!
"This report further warns that catastrophic earthquakes in Asia and the sub-continent are, also, 'more than likely to occur' with the 7.3 magnitude quake in Japan today being 'one of at least 4 of this intensity' to occur during this same time period." You can read this HERE.
In this video of the 'quake and sunami from Japan, the forces of mother nature seem supernatural as they devour all that lay in it's path. the sad thing is the loss of lfe. As Kat Von D said on E television yesterday, Your possessions do not make up who you are. Don't forget to give to Red Cross by texting 9099.
If you have the time check out the Agora National. They describe themselves as,
"the first newspaper of an inevitable new breed. Facilitated by innovations in technology, form and substance, this pioneering newspaper is able to be both National and Local in scope and will serve Canadians as a concourse of ideas, debate, philosophical musing, scientific concepts, and as a marketplace for goods and services.
Inspired by the information revolution brought on by the web and worldwide alternative media, The Agora takes the information war to the streets, providing one final nail for the coffin of the dinosaur news media of yesteryear. Our open source approach to content generation ensures everybody has a say. Welcome to the new print media!"
It's a great little paper that pushes us in the direction of resources that one otherwise might never have known is out there. Be sure to look at the article on food shortages in the current issue.
Hopefully nature is done with bringing disaster, but keeping in mind everything everything on Earth relies on a fine balance.
This was written by a woman born in Egypt as a Muslim. This is not hearsay, and it will scare you. Make sure you read the paragraph (in red) towards the end.
Joys of Muslim Women
by Nonie Darwish
In the Muslim faith, a Muslim man can marry a child as young as 1 year old and have sexual intimacy with this child, consummating the marriage by 9. The dowry is given to the family in exchange for the woman (who becomes his slave) and for the purchase of the private parts of the woman, to use her as a toy.
Even though a woman is abused, she cannot obtain a divorce. To prove rape, the woman must have (4) male witnesses. Often after a woman has been raped, she is returned to her family and the family must return the dowry.
The family has the right to execute her (an honor killing) to restore the honor of the family. Husbands can beat their wives 'at will' and the man does not have to say why he has beaten her. The husband is permitted to have 4 wives and a temporary wife for an hour (prostitute) at his discretion. The Shariah Muslim law controls the private as well as the public life of the woman.
In the Western World (America) Muslim men are starting to demand Shariah Law so the wife cannot obtain a divorce and he can have full and control of her. It is amazing and alarming how many of our sisters and daughters attending American Universities are now marrying Muslim men and submitting themselves and their children unsuspectingly to the Shariah law. By passing this on, enlightened American women may avoid becoming a slave under Shariah Law.
Ripping the West in Two. Author and lecturer Nonie Darwish says the goal of radical Islamists is to impose Shariah law on the world, ripping Western law and liberty in two.
She recently authored the book, Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law.
Darwish was born in Cairo and spent her childhood in Egypt and Gaza before immigrating to America in 1978, when she was eight years old. Her father died while leading covert attacks on Israel. He was a high-ranking Egyptian military officer stationed with his family in Gaza.
When he died, he was considered a "shahid," a martyr for jihad. His posthumous status earned Nonie and her family an elevated position in Muslim society.
But Darwish developed a skeptical eye at an early age. She questioned her own Muslim culture and upbringing. She converted to Christianity after hearing a Christian preacher on television.
In her latest book, Darwish warns about creeping sharia law - what it is, what it means, and how it is manifested in Islamic countries. For the West, she says radical Islamists are working to impose sharia on the world. If that happens, Western civilization will be destroyed. Westerners generally assume all religions encourage a respect for the dignity of each individual. Islamic law (Sharia) teaches that non-Muslims should be subjugated or killed in this world.
Peace and prosperity for one's children is not as important as assuring that Islamic law rules everywhere in the Middle East and eventually in the world.
While Westerners tend to think that all religions encourage some form of the golden rule, Sharia teaches two systems of ethics - one for Muslims and another for non-Muslims. Building on tribal practices of the seventh century, Sharia encourages the side of humanity that wants to take from and subjugate others.
While Westerners tend to think in terms of religious people developing a personal understanding of and relationship with God, Sharia advocates executing people who ask difficult questions that could be interpreted as criticism.
It's hard to imagine, that in this day and age, Islamic scholars agree that
those who criticize Islam or choose to stop being Muslim should b executed. Sadly, while talk of an Islamic reformationist common and even assumed by many in the West, such murmurings in the Middle East are silenced through intimidation.
While Westerners are accustomed to an increase in religious tolerance over time, Darwish explains how petro dollars are being used to grow an extremely intolerant form of political Islam in her native Egypt and elsewhere.
In twenty years there will be enough Muslim voters in the U.S. to elect the President by themselves! Rest assured they will do so... You can look at how they have taken over several towns in the USA... Dearborn Mich. is one... and there are others...I think everyone in the U.S. should be required to read this, but with the ACLU, there is no way this will be widely publicized, unless each of us sends it on!
It is too bad that so many are disillusioned with life and Christianity to accept Muslims as peaceful... Some may be but they have an army that is willing to shed blood in the name of Islam... the peaceful support the warriors with their finances and own kind of patriotism to their religion. While America is getting rid of Christianity from all public sites and erasing God from the lives of children the Muslims are planning a great jihad on America.
This is your chance to make a difference...! Pass it on to your email list or at least those you think will listen...
WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS, THINK OF YOUR OWN DAUGHTERS, GRANDDAUGHTERS AND NIECES
These are pictures not shown on American TV or in American Newspapers, but were forwarded by a Canadian who thought All Christians ought to know.
HOW VERY SAD! - Read all the way to the bottom
Mass Muslim Marriage in Gaza
Poor kids - what a terrible fate to be born as a girl in a Muslim country
Muhammed married a six year old bride. But Islam has evolved in 1500 years. In Hamas land, in 2009, the brides are almost seven.
Mass Muslim Marriage in Gaza
450 Grooms Wed GIRLS under Ten in Gaza
by Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.
A gala event has occurred in Gaza.
Hamas sponsored a mass wedding for four hundred and fifty couples.
Most of the grooms were in their mid to late twenties; most of brides were under ten.
Muslim dignitaries including Mahmud Zahar, a leader of Hamas, were on hand to congratulate the couples who took part in the carefully staged celebration.
We are saying to the world and to America that you cannot deny us joy and happiness, Zahar told the grooms, all of whom were dressed in identical black suits and hailed from the nearby Jabalia refugee camp.
Each groom received a gift of 500 dollars from Hamas.
The pre-pubescent girls, dressed in white gowns and adorned with garish make-up, received bridal bouquets.
We are presenting this wedding as a gift to our people who stood firm in the face of the siege and the war, Local Hamas strongman Ibrahim Salaf said in a speech.
The wedding photos tell the rest of the sordid tale.
The International Center for Research on Women now estimates that there are 51 million child brides now living on planet earth and almost all in Muslim countries.
Twenty-nine percent of these child brides are regularly beaten and molested by their husbands in Egypt; twenty six percent receive similar abuse in Jordan.
Every year, three million Muslim girls are subjected to genital mutilation, according to UNICEF. This practice has not been outlawed in many parts of America.
Why would anyone think that we should be at war with such nice, peaceful Muslims? You need to forward this one to everyone! These pictures tell it all! Muslims have stated that England will be the first country they take over!
These are pictures not shown on American TV or in American Newspapers, but were forwarded by a Canadian who thought All Christians and others ought to know.
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Let’s wish best for our good planet: A world with less poverty & more
compassion, no more war between nations but growing tolerance between them, most of all lots of love & happiness with each other!
WATCH THIS VIDEO!
Check out the article here.
USDA senior scientist sends “emergency” warning to US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on a new plant pathogen in Roundup Ready GM soybean and corn that may be responsible for high rates of infertility and spontaneous abortions in livestock Dr. Mae-Wan Ho
An open letter appeared on the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance founded and run by Judith McGeary to save family farms in the US [1, 2]. The letter, written by Don Huber, professor emeritus at Purdue University, to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, warns of a pathogen “new to science” discovered by “a team of senior plant and animal scientists”. Huber says it should be treated as an “emergency’’, as it could result in “a collapse of US soy and corn export markets and significant disruption of domestic food and feed supplies.”
The letter appeared to have been written before Vilsack announced his decision to authorize unrestricted commercial planting of GM alfalfa on 1 February, in the hope of convincing the Secretary of Agriculture to impose a moratorium instead on deregulation of Roundup Ready (RR) crops.
The new pathogen appears associated with serious pervasive diseases in plants - sudden death syndrome in soybean and Goss' wilt in corn – but its suspected effects on livestock is alarming. Huber refers to “recent reports of infertility rates in dairy heifers of over 20%, and spontaneous abortions in cattle as high as 45%.”
This could be the worst nightmare of genetic engineering that some scientists including me have been warning for years  (see Genetic Engineering Dream or Nightmare, ISIS publication): the unintended creation of new pathogens through assisted horizontal gene transfer and recombination.
Huber writes in closing: “I have studied plant pathogens for more than 50 years. We are now seeing an unprecedented trend of increasing plant and animal diseases and disorders. This pathogen may be instrumental to understanding and solving this problem. It deserves immediate attention with significant resources to avoid a general collapse of our critical agricultural infrastructure.”
The complete letter is reproduced below.
Dear Secretary Vilsack:
A team of senior plant and animal scientists have recently brought to my attention the discovery of an electron microscopic pathogen that appears to significantly impact the health of plants, animals, and probably human beings. Based on a review of the data, it is widespread, very serious, and is in much higher concentrations in Roundup Ready (RR) soybeans and corn-suggesting a link with the RR gene or more likely the presence of Roundup. This organism appears NEW to science!
This is highly sensitive information that could result in a collapse of US soy and corn export markets and significant disruption of domestic food and feed supplies. On the other hand, this new organism may already be responsible for significant harm (see below). My colleagues and I are therefore moving our investigation forward with speed and discretion, and seek assistance from the USDA and other entities to identify the pathogen's source, prevalence, implications, and remedies.
We are informing the USDA of our findings at this early stage, specifically due to your pending decision regarding approval of RR alfalfa. Naturally, if either the RR gene or Roundup itself is a promoter or co-factor of this pathogen, then such approval could be a calamity. Based on the current evidence, the only reasonable action at this time would be to delay deregulation at least until sufficient data has exonerated the RR system, if it does.
For the past 40 years, I have been a scientist in the professional and military agencies that evaluate and prepare for natural and manmade biological threats, including germ warfare and disease outbreaks. Based on this experience, I believe the threat we are facing from this pathogen is unique and of a high risk status. In layman's terms, it should be treated as an emergency.
A diverse set of researchers working on this problem have contributed various pieces of the puzzle, which together presents the following disturbing scenario:
Pathogen Location and Concentration
Linked with Outbreaks of Plant Disease
Implicated in Animal Reproductive Failure
The pathogen may explain the escalating frequency of infertility and spontaneous abortions over the past few years in US cattle, dairy, swine, and horse operations. These include recent reports of infertility rates in dairy heifers of over 20%, and spontaneous abortions in cattle as high as 45%.
For example, 450 of 1,000 pregnant heifers fed wheatlege experienced spontaneous abortions. Over the same period, another 1,000 heifers from the same herd that were raised on hay had no abortions. High concentrations of the pathogen were confirmed on the wheatlege, which likely had been under weed management using glyphosate.
It is urgent to examine whether the side-effects of glyphosate use may have facilitated the growth of this pathogen, or allowed it to cause greater harm to weakened plant and animal hosts. It is well-documented that glyphosate promotes soil pathogens and is already implicated with the increase of more than 40 plant diseases; it dismantles plant defenses by chelating vital nutrients; and it reduces the bioavailability of nutrients in feed, which in turn can cause animal disorders. To properly evaluate these factors, we request access to the relevant USDA data.
I have studied plant pathogens for more than 50 years. We are now seeing an unprecedented trend of increasing plant and animal diseases and disorders. This pathogen may be instrumental to understanding and solving this problem. It deserves immediate attention with significant resources to avoid a general collapse of our critical agricultural infrastructure.
It is approaching 80 days that the Deepwater Horizon has been spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico. After several botched attempts to cap the well, BP is continuing efforts to drill two relief wells to hopefully solve the problem. Watching the live footage is almost enough to stir a sense of hopelessness.
The problem is for the damage that is already done, there is no solution. Approximately 413 miles of Gulf Coast shoreline is currently oiled. Approximately 59 miles in Florida, 259 miles in Louisiana, 48 miles in Mississippi and 47 miles in Alabama. There are tireless clean-up efforts underway.
This will have an undeniable long-term effects on wildlife, fishermen, The Gulf of Mexico and the surrounding shorelines. About 1.6 million gallons of total dispersant have been applied: 1.03 million on the surface and 552,000 sub-sea. not only are we polluting the water once, but twice.
historian Brian Black, a professor of history and environmental
studies at Penn State University was asked how this oil spill compares with other environmental disasters he answered:
"When we begin to try to imagine the possible
implications of this spill, we focus on the surface...where you have some comparative
possibilities with Valdez. The problem
with this spill is the undersea pockets, the plumes. The oil is coming from the bottom of the body of
water and has many more opportunities to impact the ecosystem. Frankly,
that's off the radar screen. In other industrial accidents, such as the spill in Bhopal, you have
oversight or industrial ethics that have lapsed. These become part of
the issue as well. Very often that becomes the catalyst for change and
regulation or change in the way business is conducted. In incidents such
as Bhopal, you have the added dimension of conflict between a developed
world and a less-developed world. What is different about the situation
with the Gulf Spill is that it is an international situation, with a
global, British-based company that has caused this disaster on American soil. The U.S. has to deal with that in a
profoundly new way. It's the United States having to deal with one of
its great international friends in a situation that is a tragic one for
its people and ecology. There are all sorts of complications here."
BP CEO Tony Hayward told a congressional committee that he was "deeply sorry" for the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, 5000 feet deep and an apology with no meaning. So far, the clean-up has been estimated to cost BP $2 billion US, a figure is only a fraction of the $20 billion the company agreed to hold in escrow last week to compensate victims of the disaster. A sarcastic blogger at abovetopsecret.com would just like to congradulate British Petrolium for their announced profits last quarter. They should be proud of earning $55,000 profit every minute over the past 4 months.
It would be great to put Stephen Harper (he reminds me of a mini-George Bush) in his place. He must be absolutely crazy to be spending $1 billion on security for the G20 summit. It would be more efficient to have it on a ship or an island. It would be safer to have an event like this away from the downtown core of a major city, safer for the people that live there. It restricts their acccess to and from their homes and interrupts everyones lives--okay maybe not everyone.
They should have called in the army. Funds have been mismanaged for this event says Jack Layton in this video.
Mismanaged funds, how annoying, right.
We need that money right here at home.
George Simitherman announced that Toronto will be spending $17 billion dollars on a super transit system, which is going to extend in many directions making the GTA more accessible for everyone. Perhaps the funds would be better spent here.
In a recent article written by BBC News, Health reporter Emma Wilkinson refers to the possible sale of vaccine to 3rd world countries as “dodgy.” If they knew how the rest of the world rejected the vaccine, these nations would say, no thanks, send food instead please.
French doctor and author of a book on the swine flu scam, Marc Girard, has declared victory in the information battle in Europe surrounding the swine flu vaccine following the decision by the French government to cancel 50 million doses under intense political pressure. Other victories include protests by Belgium citizens groups stopping a parliamentary law allowing a forced vaccination programme to go through. French Health Minister Roselyne Bachelot has begun to account, through her lawyer, in a Paris court on January 4th for the swine flu campaign irregularities.
“Since this is the same international corporate crime syndicate organised around the Bilderbergs that is also responsible for Codex Alimentatarius, GMO foods, poisoning us through water and other means, as well as for the financial crisis and instigating numerous false flag terrorist attacks and wars (Afghanistan, Iraq and now Yemen), there is a unique opportunity to deal with a multitude of problems by systematically dismantling the power structure of this group.”
It's interesting how much controversy both Canadians and Ontarians have been plagued with this year. It's almost as though our attention is quickly changed from one controversy to another purposely so that we don't understand the implication of each. From Canada, a peacekeeping nation sending troops to fight with the United States in Afghanistan. Shame on you Stephen Harper for getting us involved.
Then our government not only gets exposed for torturing Afgani terrorist suspects, but there is talk of privatising The Atomic Energy Commission.
I attended a press conference about the H1N1 flu pandemic, the roll-out of the vaccine was a complete disaster. Those who were supposed to receive the vaccine first may have gotten it last, but in the end they may as well have not gotten it at all. We probably built up a resistance before any of us even got the shot--if we even did.
The loss of our own media saddens me greatly as I watch local news dissappear; it's being swallowed whole. We get closer to the point of Orwell's vision of 1984. Copenhagen was a bust. Americans can only commit to one sixth of what's actually needed by the Third World and no one will commit to reduce carbon emissions by the percentage point suggested. Then some hold that viewpoint that the greenhouse gas emergency is just another one of those controversies to take our attention away from another one like the nuclear controversy that's going on in Iran. Is this really just a warm period that we are experiencing.
Lets not forget the death of Michael Jackson.
I know it seems as though I'm all over the place, but so was the year 2009, lets hope we can focus on some brilliant minds to solve some monstrous problems. Let's hope that Harper's decision to shutdown parliment is not an indication of what is to come.
There's always the other side of everything. Shame on us if we blow ourselves up. Life is beautiful and it's really a lot simpler than we think.
Shame on you and you and you. I know your secret, and I'm going to expose you!