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#4181 Bader

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Posted 19 October 2004 - 05:37 AM

First you offer that to the lion and see if he likes it.

Yeh the strength of the little animals lies in their numbers.
And the strength of the foxes numbers in their lies.
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 05:46 AM

Duh...
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 11:01 AM

When US freely organized 80 days antiMilosevicz demonstration in Beograd without police respond , it unfortunately help US to believe that Milosevic is very soft leader and he will be easy to destroy. Milosevic would not beheaded their country enemies.

Learning on sad faith of Milosevic and fully supported by loyalty of Byelorussians Lukashenka firmly stay in control and fight the foreign fraud. Congratulation.

-- A US citizen has been detained in Belarus on fraud charges.
According to Yerin, the US citizen now is staying at the State Security Committee's pre-trial detention facility.
The detained US citizen "is a UN Development Program expert whowas responsible for financing various programs. He has misappropriated some of the funds entrusted to him."
A report issued by the State Security Committee suggests that the US citizen was involved in fraud against Belarus' VELCOM cell-phone provider.
US diplomats were informed of the detention and have already met with the man.
www.chinaview.cn 2004-10-19 15:55:53

Next fight on Brzezinski ,s chessboard will be on October 31 in Ukraine, on presidential election. . Ukraine is 60 mln people country , and a lot to gain or loose.
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 11:36 AM

Originally posted by donquijote
Originally posted by koti
Amigo, I know that.

How to change the jungle to a forest. ?
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Well, first you offer the banana to the lion, and see if he likes it.



Jungle - tropical forest with luxuriant, tangled, impenetrable vegetation, generally teeming with wildlife; popularly associated with the tropics, such conditions are actually found only when the tree canopy layer of a rain forest has been removed . Jungle fowl any of four Asian birds of the genus Gallus, Gallus species having, in the male, a fleshy comb, lobed wattles hanging below the bill, and high-arched tail.
Forest; complex ecological system in which trees are the dominant life form. http://www.britannic...0&go_button.y=9


Forest is most common in North part of the world and jungle on South.
I reject to support yours plans of ecological disaster.
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 03:13 PM

Argentina, Denmark, Greece, Japan and Tanzania won coveted two-year terms on the U.N. Security Council .. The 191-nation U.N. General Assembly elected the five, all unopposed, to fill vacancies created by the departure of Angola, Chile, Germany, Pakistan and Spain on Dec. 31.
Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world.
Natural resources:
hydropower, tin, phosphates, iron ore, coal, diamonds, gemstones, gold, natural gas, oil nickel
slightly larger than twice the size of California
Kilimanjaro is highest point in Africa; bordered by three of the largest lakes on the continent: Lake Victoria (the world's second-largest freshwater lake) in the north, Lake Tanganyika (the world's second deepest) in the west, and Lake Nyasa in the southwest
Tanzania is still one of the poorest countries in the world.; why? Unfortunately Tanzania l didn
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 05:55 PM

[i] I reject to support yours plans of ecological disaster. [/B]



No need to fear. It's only metaphorical jungle. As a matter fact, we would need a world forestation campaing to heal what the lion destroyed.

Look at what Seoul is doing...

http://smg.metro.seo...ature/planting/
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 06:03 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
No need to fear. It's only metaphorical jungle. As a matter fact, we would need a world forestation campaing to heal what the lion destroyed.

Look at what Seoul is doing...

http://smg.metro.seo...ature/planting/



You know, we may employ the unemployed and even willing homeless in this. What's better than that?;)
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Posted 19 October 2004 - 06:32 PM

Second largest freshwater lake, iron-ore, gold etc and they are poor.
On the otherhand Woj mentioned the world Bank and the IMF, what do they have. Figures on paper/computers. And they are rich and powerful.
One tangible and the other intangible, the latter rules the former.
(Little wonder they are empting Africa out.)
Here is a microcosm of thr world, upside down and inside out to what it should be.
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 08:15 AM

Here's a couple of sites that will explain the greatest game of all
of the jungle. Its the money game. A lot of what is said here I have already touched one more than once, but if you guys make a copy and spend time going over it until you grasp the enormity
of what ist all about, you will never look at the world the same way again:

www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/Kidd66.htm

www.devvy.com/notax.html


The second one is one of many of the click-ons in the body of the
forst one which consists of two pages.
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 12:44 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
No need to fear. the "no jungle" is only metaphorical



Even the metaphorical statement should be logical;
Otherwise will be Disneyland (metaphorical) as is in South Dakota ;
U.S. to Poison Prairie Dogs in South Dakota.
Wildlife workers have begun a program to poison thousands of prairie dogs in the grasslands of South Dakota to stop them from moving onto private ranch land parched by drought, a federal official said on Tuesday.
http://www.reuters.c...toryID=6548495-
Wildlife donations pay - wildlife workers to poison wildlife. A lot of similarity between IRS and Patriot Act. :confused:
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 01:14 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Here's a couple of sites that will explain the greatest game of all of the jungle. Its the money game.
www.devvy.com/notax.html



An income tax cannot be levied upon a man but must be levied upon he receives

But one may suggest that it is similar to the flue vaccine game. .

No Flu Vaccine Shortage at U.S. Capitol.
While many elderly Americans are standing in long lines for flu shots, the vaccine is readily available for free to members of Congress and staff at the U.S. Capitol, Thousands of legislative staffers, police officers, journalists and others who work in the U.S. Capitol complex can get a flu shot by saying they meet the high risk criteria. http://www.reuters.c...storyID=6549685
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 01:21 PM

Globalization of investments is globalization of death.
Avian influenza is man made disease.
Lab test confirmed that 23 tigers in a private zoo in eastern Thailand have died of infecting with avian influenza virus.
"All the 23 tigers have infected with H5N1 virus of bird flu," The tigers might have infected with the virus for being fed with raw chicken
Some 400 tigers kept by the private zoo are usually fed with raw chicken. Now, at least 30 tigers have fallen ill and more are feared to die of the disease Five tiger caretakers at the zoo also showed symptoms of flu . Earlier this year, a clouded leopard was infected with and died of the poultry epidemic in eastern Thailand. http://www.xinhuanet...glish/index.htm
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 02:12 PM

Corruption report;

Angola, Azerbaijan, Chad, Ecuador, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq Kazakhstan, Libya, Nigeria, Russia, Sudan, Venezuela and Yemen scored very low. Bangladesh, Haiti, Nigeria, Chad, Myanmar, Azerbaijan and Paraguay were perceived to be the most corrupt, US ranks number 17, with a score of 7.5, tied with Belgium and Ireland, better than France but worse than Canada.
Finland, New Zealand, Denmark, Iceland, Singapore, Sweden and Switzerland were rated the least corrupt. Compared to last year's report, corruption was perceived to be worse in Bahrain, Belize, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Oman, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, and Trinidad and Tobago.
Improved scores were recorded for Austria, Botswana, Czech Republic, El Salvador (news - web sites), France, Gambia, Germany, Jordan, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay,. http://story.news.ya...bal_corruption:)
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 04:11 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
Look at what Seoul is doing...



Let not your zeal to share your principles entice you beyond your borders.
~Marquis de Sade
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 05:27 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Second largest freshwater lake, iron-ore, gold etc and they are poor.
On the otherhand Woj mentioned the world Bank and the IMF, what do they have. Figures on paper/computers. And they are rich and powerful.
One tangible and the other intangible, the latter rules the former.
(Little wonder they are empting Africa out.)
Here is a microcosm of thr world, upside down and inside out to what it should be.



Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president or any other public official...

~Theodore Roosevelt

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#4196 Bader

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Posted 20 October 2004 - 06:05 PM

the corruption of demorcacy includes-
politicians reduced patriotism down to what they can
pursued the public be patriotic about.
Nationalism and patriotism were fixed, there before people were born and there after they died, and as the nation grew and became more progressive so patriotism grew. Now its the reverse.
Patriotism only exists for profit and the dollar. Those who arent
rich obviously arent patriotic and dont count for much, in fact they take up wasted space and causes taxes which is very unpatriotic.
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 11:43 PM

Poll...
http://engforum.prav...596#post1097596

"In these countries, public contracting in the oil sector is plagued by revenues vanishing into the pockets of Western oil executives, middlemen and local officials"

Oil corruption is big, I mean, big enough to keep us warring for a long time--only getting worse with time--and destroying the environment without the blink of an eye. A sure way to extinction greater than that of the dinosaurs.

America is cited in ranking 17th, but I know either of no other nation that encourages waste of oil as patriotic--just look at the gas-guzzling SUVs with the flags--nor of a nation--outside of Iraq in Kuwait--that is capable of launching a major military adventure to take over another nation because it happens to be rich in oil.

Well, nobody said the dinosaurs deserved to live...;)

Report Cites Corruption in Oil Nations

Wed Oct 20, 9:06 AM ET World - AP

LONDON - Most oil-producing nations are also rife with corruption, and oil companies should provide more information about their operations to help clean up the market, a global watchdog group said Wednesday in an annual report.

Angola, Azerbaijan, Chad, Ecuador, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq (news - web sites), Kazakhstan, Libya, Nigeria, Russia, Sudan, Venezuela and Yemen scored very low in clean government practices, said Transparency International Chairman Peter Eigen in releasing the "Corruption Perceptions Index" for 2004.

"In these countries, public contracting in the oil sector is plagued by revenues vanishing into the pockets of Western oil executives, middlemen and local officials," he said.

Eigen said oil companies could help stamp out corruption by publishing details of the fees, royalties and other payments made to governments and state oil companies.

Transparency International said 146 countries were surveyed for the report --not just oil-producers-- and it found that corruption was rampant in 60 nations.

The survey found that 106 scored lower than a 5, with a top score of 10 being the least corrupt. Bangladesh, Haiti, Nigeria, Chad, Myanmar, Azerbaijan and Paraguay were perceived to be the most corrupt, all scoring lower than 2.

The United States ranks number 17, with a score of 7.5, tied with Belgium and Ireland, better than France but worse than Canada.

The index is compiled from a series of polls on perceptions of corruption made by independent organizations. This year's report is based on 18 surveys conducted since 2002, by a dozen groups. The index rates only those countries which appear in three or more surveys.

Finland, New Zealand, Denmark, Iceland, Singapore, Sweden and Switzerland were rated the least corrupt, all scoring higher than 9 out of 10 on the index.

Compared to last year's report, corruption was perceived to be worse in Bahrain, Belize, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Oman, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, and Trinidad and Tobago.

Improved scores were recorded for Austria, Botswana, Czech Republic, El Salvador (news - web sites), France, Gambia, Germany, Jordan, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay, Transparency International said.

http://www.transparency.org
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Posted 20 October 2004 - 11:51 PM

Hey guys, many resources here on corruption. Of course we know it's only normal until we get rid of the jungle...

http://www.transparency.org/

Bader, your country came out on the top places.;)
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Posted 21 October 2004 - 03:08 AM

Originally posted by koti
donquijote,

Amigo,

Not make it so long in your postin'.

justa saya bit - 'keep it simple - so dem sayeth for us folk and people.

;)



Simple:

Big Dinosaur=Big Oil=Big Corruption=Big Bucks

DO NOT FEED DINOSAUR!:D
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Posted 21 October 2004 - 11:07 AM

Arguing passionately for his own dismissal, British barrister Steven Kay told the five-judge U.N. panel that the lower court had deprived Milosevic of a fundamental right when it barred him from presenting his own case. http://story.news.ya...rimes_milosevic

One shouldn
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