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#4241 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 01:27 PM

Greenpeace protested in Resende to ensure no uranium is diverted for weapons, but Brazil will not allow access to the plant's centrifuges, saying it fears industrial espionage.

Brazil, home to the world's sixth-largest proven reserves of uranium, says its enrichment operations will be entirely peaceful and small compared to other countries. Brazil has two nuclear reactors and is considering a third.

A commentary by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control published in Friday's issue of the journal Science said the Resende plant had the potential to produce enough enriched uranium for six nuclear bombs every year.:)

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 01:49 PM

Martínez, a graduate school professor of engineering at the University of Sao Paolo, told IPS about the difficulties faced by Brazil in the 1980s in purchasing supercomputers, due to claims that they could be used for the production of long-range nuclear weapons.
The U.S. ban on the sale of this technology to Brazil seriously hampered the development of the South American nation's aeronautical industry. The country was also forced to install the headquarters of its meteorological forecasting center outside Sao José dos Campos, the Brazilian aerospace technology capital, 100 km (62 mi.) from Sao Paolo, in order to have access to a supercomputer.
Edson Kuramoto, the director of the Brazilian Nuclear Energy Association, which represents 1,200 technicians from this sector, told IPS that Brazil has the right to protect its technology. The initial goal for Brazil's uranium enrichment program is to achieve self-sufficiency in supplying fuel for its own nuclear power plants.

The construction of a third nuclear power plant, would make it economically viable to carry out the entire nuclear cycle, from mining to enriching the uranium for use as fuel, right in Brazil.

Brazil has been insisting on the right to keep its new technology a secret because it claims that the centrifuges it has developed are more efficient and consume less energy.

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 02:00 PM

Russians took Iraqi explosives,
Mr Shaw said:
"For nearly nine months my office has been aware of an elaborate scheme set up by Saddam Hussein to finance and disguise his weapons purchases through his international suppliers, principally the Russians and French.
"That network included a major effort employing various Russian units on the eve of hostilities to both orchestrate the collection of munitions and assure their transport out of Iraq via Syria." http://news.ft.com/world/europe :)
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Posted 29 October 2004 - 04:29 AM

Howdy Woj, you been a busy boy lately.

Kerry said "Israel's cause must be Americas cause", then Nuetral analysits said that they doubted Bush could free himself from the Likud policy.
Whats the difference between Kerry and Bush then? Kerry in effect said The Likuds cause should be Americas.
That makes Kerry a neutral analyst.

Putin running in the next Ukraine election!
You sly dog you!
And then run in Georgia. By then Georgie-boy-S will have stomach ulsers.

I came across an interview with Soros, in association with the Commonwealth Club, claiming to be the US oldest and largest public affairs forum.

Schell the interviewer put this question to Soros:
What is the right balance of sovereignty and internationalism-
maybe world govt, which as you will know is a real anti-christ for many in this country and elsewhere in the world?

There was nothing revealing in the answer but I took it that Schell was saying in effect that Soros is working for world govt. If he is successful promoting democracy everywhere (just like Bush, gee I wonder if they are aware of one another) then we wont need a world govt.

Russia and Syria in relation to Iraq weapons was talked about around the time of the second invasion. Was Brzezinski outsmarted or was the plan to put the US through a Russian/Afghanistan experience as well. He is claimed by some to be orientated the same as Kissinger- "British"/European
elitist society.
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Posted 29 October 2004 - 11:04 AM

Originally posted by Bader
Whats the difference between Kerry and Bush then?

Schell the interviewer put this question to Soros:
What is the right balance of sovereignty and internationalism-
maybe world govt, which as you will know is a real anti-christ for many in this country and elsewhere in the world?

There was nothing revealing in the answer but I took it that Schell was saying in effect that Soros is working for world govt. If he is successful promoting democracy everywhere (just like Bush, gee I wonder if they are aware of one another) then we wont need a world govt.


Soros very openly finances Kerry campaign so Kerry never says;

I will stop send American jobs oversees.
It would be against the Soros world govt. :)
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Posted 29 October 2004 - 01:09 PM

Who likes Blood on hands of US democracy.
At least 100,000 civilians have been killed since US-led forces invaded the country in March 2003.
More than half of the dead were women and children killed in violent circumstances and air strikes.

A Texas energy oil company El Paso Corp., a large donor to Republican campaigns asked the White House's energy task force to intervene on its behalf to get rights to drill in a pristine swathe of a New Mexico. Drill would threaten wildlife including roaming elk herds and 200 species of birds. http://www.reuters.c...storyID=6652196

We all remember Media protest when Taliban destroyed Budda statue in his Afghanistan.
The same Media keep their mouth shut when US with their allies destroyed four thousand years , the oldest humanity artifacts in Iraq.
They were the living proof that Asian culture was something more meaningful that European heritage.

Asia , Africa and South America build their culture and US destroy it . Unfortunatelly, US unpunished for Iraq and Yugoslavia is going further;

MONTE ALBAN, Mexico (Reuters) - The majestic pyramids and temples of the ancient Zapotec kingdom of Monte Alban sit spectacularly atop a hill in Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca.
More than 1,000 years ago, Monte Alban was the bustling capital of a pre-Colombian realm, one of Mexico's oldest civilizations, and an early exponent of writing. It is one of Mexico's top archeological attractions, visited by people from the world over.

US put McDonald there. :confused:
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Posted 29 October 2004 - 02:24 PM

Ancient Star Dust May Point to Human Origins-Study

- Star dust found deep beneath the Pacific Ocean has led German scientists to speculate that a supernova explosion 3 million years ago might possibly have helped bring about human evolution.

Gunther Korschinek of Munich in Germany reported they found debris from an exploding supernova that could have changed the climate on Earth around the time that humanity's ancestors first began to walk.
Depending on how far away the supernova was, it might have caused an increase in cosmic rays for about 300,000 years that in turn could have heated up the Earth
The timing of the star explosion coincides with a change in the climate in Africa, when drier conditions caused forests to retreat and the savannah to emerge. Anthropologists and other experts believe this change brought early hominids out of the trees, forcing them to walk upright.
The most famous pre-human, a skeleton nicknamed "Lucy," dates back just about 3 million years. Lucy and her Australopithecus afarensis kin would have walked upright.
Korschinek's team was the first, five years ago, to find real matter from a star on Earth, in Pacific sediments.
This time they looked for star dust at a site much deeper, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean near the equator and away from land roughly south of the Hawaiian islands.
There, 15,750 feet below the surface, they found a layer of iron-60, stable layers under the sea that are easy to date. This one can be dated to about 2.8 million years ago.
Iron-60 is an isotope or chemical variant of iron that is rare on Earth and which scientists believe is unlikely to have come from anything other than a supernova.
Korschinek and colleagues noted that other scientists have suggested a cosmic ray bombardment could affect the ozone layer, letting in more of the Sun's ultraviolet rays.
This in turn could make it hotter and drier in places.
"The African climate shifted toward more arid conditions about 2.8 million years ago," they wrote, adding, "some of the major events in early hominid evolution appear to be coeval with the African climate changes."
http://story.news.ya...nce_stardust_dc
Newly unearthed remains of hobbit-sized humans Homo floresiensis are the most significant finds involving human evolution in recent years. .
Homo floresiensis, who stood about one meter (three feet) tall and walked the earth about 13,000 years ago "Flores man" is thought to be a descendant of Homo erectus, who had a large brain, was full-sized and spread out from Africa to Asia about two million years ago.
However, local folk tales suggest the hominids may have still been living on Flores until the Dutch arrived in the 1500s.

The hominid family, which includes humans and pre-humans, diverged from chimpanzees about seven million years ago.

The findings in Flores have been described as an "extraordinarily important" piece in the complex puzzle of human evolution.
Small humans lived also other islands surrounding Flores, 940 miles east of Jakarta. http://www.reuters.c...99&pageNumber=1

Hope for the proof that we are not all brothers after all.
Slavs unite!:)
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Posted 29 October 2004 - 06:16 PM

The "Flores man" "who had a large brain, was full sized and spread out from Africa to Asia.." Huge brain. Hope he didnt have to scratch the top of his head.

Speculation to keep a theory alive doesnt add credibility.
No one takes for granted scientists, doctors and judges etc,
in the end its all about money.
The idea that we are all the same, all one is a global socialist theory. If the Slavs tell the UN to go jump, it would be a great thing.
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 09:28 AM

Osama bin Laden statement saying that another strike is deceived vote for Bush to win.
Perfect example how democracy can be directed or manipulated by foreign power in US.
Dictatorship is free from such foreign exploitation.

Now we know what will on Tuesday in US , but still question is outcome on Ukraine tomorrow.:)
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 09:58 AM

US citizens will pay more for living expansions because the US lawyers have to have their bonanza.
"Anything other than a clear decision will be hurtful for the dollar," "If it comes in close and there is some kind of nonsense where lawyers get involved, that would definitely push the euro up to $1.29 or $1.30
On one side, Republicans say they are guarding against those low-down Democrats trying to steal the election by voting the dead, the fictional, the imprisoned and the recently-moved-without-telling-the-county-registrar.
On the other, Democrats say they are battling those elitist Republicans who want to steal the election by excluding perfectly legal voters, especially blacks and Latinos.

As Election Day approaches, tens of thousands of partisan lawyers and public interest attorneys are amassing in key voter precincts to give more scrutiny to this election than has perhaps ever occurred in U.S. history.
Already, some 32 major lawsuits have been filed in nine states, according to a Republican count.
US citizens will pay the lawyers bills.
http://quote.bloombe...id=a8nN7q4NobKc :)
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 02:03 PM

Originally posted by Bader

No one takes for granted scientists, doctors and judges etc,
in the end its all about money.
The idea that we are all the same, all one is a global socialist theory. If the Slavs tell the UN to go jump, it would be a great thing.



This is some misunderstanding;
Socialists see human being as a product not only various genetic material but also lthe iving conditions.
Individual is shaped by society where he lives.
People like the wolves are friendly in helpful environments or vicious in places where they have to fight for surviving.
People with prolonged shortage of food have permanent change in brain material. Not only drug can influent the brain but also movies as Lord of Ring as well.

Different matter is egalitarian politics of socialist society.
It stated that that government has obligation in equal quality and quantity to cover basic needs off all their citizens.
People are not equal but they should be treated equally.
It is more possible in one nationality countries than in multination states. Where there social unjustness is more common in US than in any Slavic countries.
I agree that Slavs should push UN to jump.. :)
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 02:21 PM

Howdy guys
I've busy in the trenches, I mean busy with the Banana Republic show, handing out my Banana Revolution flyers. Now it's totally finished. (Notice the "Banana Republic-ans")...;)

http://webspawner.co...rs/donquijote40

Now let's turn to bin Laden. See what he says...

"Your security is not in the hands of Kerry, Bush or al-Qaida. Your security is in your own hands," bin Laden said, referring to President Bush (news - web sites) and his Democratic opponent, John Kerry (news - web sites). "Any state that does not mess with our security has naturally guaranteed its own security."

In other words: "The lion will not save you. He condemns you. Only you, little animals, are the solution..."

And what's the SOLUTION?

NO LION NO PROBLEM!!!

http://story.news.ya...id=540&ncid=716

New moral of the stories (I've touched it up. Notice the highlight of the SCRAPS. By controlling the scraps the lion controls the jungle)...

Moral: We don't need lions or violent monkeys that become lions. The hope lies in the little animals. No Lion No Problem!

Does it remind you of Orwell? Well, he foretold everything...;)

http://committed.to/justiceforpeace
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 05:49 PM

A dictatorship is where the little mouse is inside the cats tummy.
Democracy is where the mouse is still being played with- exploited, manipulated.
In the former escape is almost impossible and in the latter not impossible.

Osama's video rates alongside Michael Moore's only it would tend to bring votes to Bush. Causing Kerry to say he would have done more to catch bin Laden merely shows what a blow-hard he is.
What a pathetic thing to say, even children would be turned off
by such childishness.
I said earlier Kerry was chosen to make Bush look mature.
If Bush is re-elected, and the "official" results will be meaningless
and cannot be taken for granted, the past performance of the Bush regime is exhonerated.
Either way, who ever wins the US public will be frustrated, but if Kerry wins the public will expect changes for the better regardless of anything Kerry has said. If Bush is "re-elected"
then the expectation for change for the better will not have the same energy. At the critical early stage of creating a dictatorship
they will not want to see public energy infamed.
However both Bush and Kerry are owned by the same puppeteers and they will get the winner the want for the next stage/act.
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 08:26 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
. Only you, little animals, are the solution..."



China's oil giant Sinopec Group has signed a $70 billion oil and natural gas agreement with Iran, which is China's biggest energy deal with the No. 2 OPEC producer. http://news.xinhuane...ent_2157826.htm

That
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 09:57 PM

Originally posted by Bader
A dictatorship is where the little mouse is inside the cats tummy.
Democracy is where the mouse is still being played with- exploited, manipulated.
In the former escape is almost impossible and in the latter not impossible.
However both Bush and Kerry are owned by the same puppeteers and they will get the winner the want for the next stage/act.



Healthy mouse is not easy to catch , only sick one.
When mouse is in the cat tummy is already poisoned, cat also soon will be dead.

Professional actors often mistake the theater with the reality .

Our Polish leader of Samoobrona, Andrzej Lepper got the title of doctor H.C. from Kiev University in Ukraine. Nice appreciation from Ukrainian Slav brothers. :)
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Posted 30 October 2004 - 11:00 PM

Ronald Reagan should know that the days of govts deciding on whethers its cheaper to go to war than not going to war are long gone. Govts dont make those decisions. None of any significance happened in his life time. Wars were the result of
decisins made over govts.

"mistake the theatre with reality"

If we extend the theatre to include the media, then most of society are professional actors who live with this mistake.

Lepper could do worse Woj, he could get a doctorate for Georgie-boy!
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Posted 31 October 2004 - 12:28 PM

Example of respectful in Western eyes, the democracy;

In diamond-rich Botswana went to the polls on Saturday election.
Mogae's BDP, which has been in power since the country's independence from British rule in 1966, would clinch the general elections again with the majority of the votes and thus guarantee a second term for Mogae.
Mogae, studied economics in Britain before and he started his first five-year term in office as president in 1999..
Botswana, with a population of 1.76 million and an area of 582,000 sq. km, is one of the world's biggest diamond producers. One in three adult Botswanians are infected with HIV or have developed AIDS.
http://www.xinhuanet...glish/world.htm


How strangely will the Tools of a Tyrant pervert the plain Meaning of Words!

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Posted 31 October 2004 - 01:00 PM

Karzai clear won election and Afghanistan celebrates the victory; An Afghani group holding three United Nations workers hostage in Afghanistan threatened to kill the captives by Wednesday unless prisoners in the country are released.
The three called for the release of prisoners from Afghanistan and the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo, Cuba. Used information. http://quote.bloombe...ztKU&refer=home


War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious.

~General Smedley Butler :)
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Posted 31 October 2004 - 01:13 PM

Japanese hostage dead Japan pledges to keep troops in Iraq . U.S. stocks gained this week as a plunge in oil prices.
Who would care for people behind?.
Imperialism is an institution under which one nation asserts the right to seize the land or at least to control the government or resources of another people.
~John T. Flynn :)
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Posted 31 October 2004 - 01:33 PM

Thousands of Roman residents have taken to street Saturday to protest against the US-led war in Iraq.

The demonstrators called for an end of the war as well as the halt of bombing in residential areas.

http://news.xinhuane...ent_2160330.htm

The shepherd always tries to persuade the sheep that their interests and his own are the same.
~Marie Beyle
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