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#4801 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 18 February 2005 - 12:07 PM

Putin friendly answer to Bush;
If Bush will not mistake Slovakia with Slovenia and will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Bratislavia he will get information that Iran showed it did not possess nuclear weapons and he said Moscow would continue nuclear cooperation with the Islamic Republic.
http://www.reuters.c...storyID=7672594
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Posted 19 February 2005 - 11:40 AM

Bush said he would have ``frank'' words for Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two meet in Bratislava, Slovakia, Feb. 24 .
Putin's statement yesterday that Russia will assist Iran's development of nuclear technology and continue military sales adds tension.
``The timing of this, coming just before the summit, is provocative,'' Goldgeier said. Putin ``knows he is going to get beaten up over a few things in Bratislava`Why He Made the Decisions'

Bush said his personal relationship with Putin will allow him to broach differences. ``It's a way of putting a relationship where you can be frank with somebody,'' Bush said. ``If you disagree with him, you tell him you disagree with him.''

Bush will hold a working dinner with Chirac after public perception of a ``split'' between France and the U.S. over Iraq. Bush said was he was ``regretful'' about that situation.
``France is a great country,'' Bush said in the interview with European media that included Le Figaro, a French daily newspaper. ``And now we have a great opportunity to advance democracy in the greater Middle East, in Lebanon.''
Bush cited U.S. cooperation with France in sponsoring and winning approval of a United Nations Security Council resolution 1559 last September calling for withdrawal, without naming Syria, of all foreign troops from Lebanon.
``If we speak with a single voice, Syria will understand the message,'' `Hear the Message'
``I hope the Syrian president will hear the message sent by the world,'' Bush said. ``The French have a lot of influence in Syria and so do we. The fact that we're on the same wavelength should send a message to President Assad.''
``There's a recognition that on all the major issues -- Iraq reconstruction, Iran, North Korea, the Middle East peace process -- that's there's no unilateral military option,''
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Bush might be truly regretful'' about the situation, thought still don
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Posted 19 February 2005 - 12:14 PM

Why donq dream about cooperation sank?
Everybody considers himself better than others..
We are quick to criticize others but slow see ourselves in mirror.

Regardless how bloody was the past , one claims that it was time when the civilization was born.
No country , no man will free himself from itself, so no true cooperation might exists for long, only could be common interest for some time.

And this is biggest triumph of the world, that even the most cooperating international scheme network with time will go away.
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Posted 19 February 2005 - 12:53 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Bush might be truly regretful'' about the situation, thought still don-t expect it yet..



The time has come to move

Will EU tell US that that it brings down arms embargo l to China?

Europeans are eager to impress the president during his two-day visit to Brussels - they are even closing down most of the EU administration to ensure his security -.

Mr Bush will spend time with his old friend Jos? Manuel Barroso, the European Commission president, the former Portuguese prime minister who hosted a pre-Iraq war summit in a military hut on the Azores.
Mr Bush, however, will not be meeting Europe's third president: Josep Borrell, the Spanish socialist president of the European parliament. :( some from
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Posted 19 February 2005 - 01:28 PM

Hizbollah Tells Lebanese to Cool Anti-Syria Line.
Washington imposed economic sanctions in May, including a ban on U.S. exports to Syria other than food and medicine. Washington has previously told Syria to withdraw its 14,000 troops from its tiny neighbor, crack down on Iraqi insurgents and stop backing Hizbollah and Palestinian militant groups.

In September, France and the UUs engineered a council resolution demanding Syrian troops get out of Lebanon:. resolution 1559,.
Nasrallah attacked the resolution as an Israeli-inspired measure that would not bring Lebanon sovereignty, freedom and independence; this resolution will ruin the country and make it hostage to international powers and enemy powers, specifically Israel," . "The demands made in 1559 are entirely Israeli demands." http://www.reuters.c...6&pageNumber=1;

BBC showed that now is orchestrating Lebanese revolution with white flowers that s time.
When I sess the flower I know who stands behind assassination . . :D
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Posted 19 February 2005 - 08:32 PM

Joe Lieberman and John McCain sponsori anti Russian resolution to halt Russia membership in G-8.

http://info.onet.pl/...76,12,item.html

Best solution for Russia would be open her nuclear market not only for Iran but for Syria as well.
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Posted 19 February 2005 - 09:02 PM

Bush has set strict limits on efforts of the (EU) to boost its military might, insisting that there was no need to form an alternative superpower. Bush rejected a call by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder to overhaul NATO.

"I disagree. I think NATO is vital. NATO is a very important relationship as far as the United States is concerned. It is one that has worked in the past and will work in the future, so long as there is that strong commitment to NATO,"
Bush could not accept the view that the EU should try to counter-balance the power of the US as he delivered a rebuff to Schroeder, who reportedly suggested that the NATO was no longer an adequate body for consulting and coordinating the vision of its members.
Schroeder urged the EU and the United States to set up a panel of independent senior officials to analyze new ways to boost the organization.
"I look forward to talking to him about exactly what he meant by that," said Bush http://news.xinhuane...t_2595177.htm:D
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Posted 20 February 2005 - 03:51 AM

Howdy Woj:

Been havin computer probs.

Just as pro-Russian POles got good jobs in the communist system,
so pro-US POles do today.

I agree, sell out to the international bankers ( eg IMF) is treason.
Who is Bin Laden? You must be the only one who can remember.
He wasnt the guy who was marketing terrrist caves for plannig and hidding in was he?

Prime Minister Clark demanded an appology from Israel before
relations would be resumed, I wonder if she has kept to it.

Bush will snub the Spanish President because he was comliant to
the Spanish peoples wishes regarding their troops in Iraq.

SCHROEDER is saying unilateralism has to end. So lets review NATO. NATO is effectively a joke because the UE is becoming as
big as the UN with so many members. A new force representing
greater Europe would require a major military/economic development and naturally the business generated and large debt incurred in doing so would want to be limited to the UE system
and the need to compromise with the US foreign policy would become rediculous the greater the uniformity of the over-bloated
UE.
Bush is likewise saying we need to reveiw the current situation because unilateralism will become more uncomfortable for both of them and the US foreign policy isnt going to stop in midstream. He will convince them that their policy won't be effected by
any adversity in the dollar, they can hold their breath longer than
UE. The goal is control of the flow of oil and gas = those who
are not withus are against themselves. His ace up his sleeve may be the Pope's blessing. (later is the time to deal to the US)

Cooperation:
It cooperation or coersion. DonQ has got it right.

Lieberman's embargo of Russia reminds me of the Jewish embargo
of Germany two months after Hitler become Chancellor. Its just another sign of war.

There may be another issue with Germany and NATO. I would
guess that the constitution behind the Treaty is the subjugation of Germany as an occupied defeated territory. Germany cannot
have a free constitution until the occupation is ended, thus a new
NATO without the US is necessary.

I am not surprised the frequency of polish in Germany. A million
Polish Jews were given German homes, by kicking the occupants out, at the end of the war. That's a third of the Jewish population in spite of claims of the holocaust. However I am not sure which side of the border which would have changed I guess.
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Posted 20 February 2005 - 12:11 PM

Originally posted by Bader
There may be another issue with Germany and NATO. I would
guess that the constitution behind the Treaty is the subjugation of Germany as an occupied defeated territory. Germany cannot
have a free constitution until the occupation is ended, thus a new
NATO without the US is necessary.
I am not surprised the frequency of polish in Germany. A million
Polish Jews were given German homes, by kicking the occupants out, at the end of the war.



Bader; I am happy to see you back;

It is maybe paradox but it is true; I prefer for Poland our 1000 years enemies than our new friends.
Polish German emigration in 1981 was mostly working class emigration ; , unfortunately Polish Jews stick to Polish government ; Kwasniewski, Borowski, Gieremek, Balcerowicz , Frasynuk, M. Kaminski , most of them came out from the closet and rather oscillates between Poland and US having double or multi citizenships.
Germany doesn
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Posted 21 February 2005 - 09:25 AM

Howdy Woj:

I suggest g shepherds serving the elite of Europe. After their
past experience they wil not be pushy but be patient.
I doubt that they will allowed to get control of power as they
would likely create a new super power with Russia.

Perhaps the purpose of no G constitution is to assist them to be
Euro minded rather than nationalistic, making them better
sheperds.
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Posted 21 February 2005 - 12:07 PM

Peace activists from around the United States gathered in St. Louis on Sunday, part of a three-day meeting to develop plans to pressure the Bush and Clinton administrations to end the war.

Mrs Clinton; Setting a timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq would offer a "green light" to the insurgency there and could undermine the fledgling Iraqi government.

Anti-War Group Plans Strategy in U.S. Heartland; . "Today and tomorrow they're going to be many proposals considered ... for campaigns, actions, protests, demonstrations."
"We're building a community to build the world we want, to challenge administration," http://www.reuters.c...storyID=7682203
No Bush or MRS Clinton model of community :D
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Posted 21 February 2005 - 12:30 PM

Moves by Middle East oil exporters and Russia to switch some revenue from dollars to euros lie behind the U.S. currency's weakness, and a further rise in crude prices could prompt more declines, the billionaire investor George Soros said on Monday "

The higher the price of oil the more the dollars there are to be switched to euro.

Soros is considering backing an Arab foundation to promote the ideals of civil and open societies in the region.

http://www.reuters.c...toryID=7687384.
What is good in open societies for that societies ?
In contrary , it sounds like a new and present danger ifor Arabs countries.
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Posted 21 February 2005 - 12:55 PM

Originally posted by Bader
I doubt that they will allowed to get control of power as they
would likely create a new super power with Russia.



Having memory of the Napoleon defeat in Moscow and Hitler in Stalingrad, France and Germany will stop their drive on East and they will pursuant their influences on Middle East.

I don
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Posted 21 February 2005 - 02:11 PM

The most painful knowledge gets France.
In the past France aided Gorge Washington
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Posted 21 February 2005 - 02:42 PM

For European leaders, Bush's tough stance on the nuclear issue in Iran was understandable, but his refusal to lend support to the negotiations seemed irrational.

Moreover, disputes between the two sides are also deep regarding China. In a statement delivered on February 9, the EU made it clear that Washington's public warning against ending the arms embargo was a miscalculation.

Jose Manuel Barroso, European Commission President, said, "The European Union is moving to lift the arms embargo. We understand the United States
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Posted 22 February 2005 - 12:24 PM

Victory visit in Europe
Success 1;
Chirac Backs German Call for Revamp of NATO. http://www.reuters.c...storyID=7698018

Success 2;
The dollar tumbled across the board on Tuesday as concerns that central banks were shifting their reserves out of dollar assets pushed the greenback through key technical levels.
South Korea's central bank said on Monday it planned to diversify its reserves, which are the world's fourth largest, into a greater variety of currencies. Reserves have traditionally been held in U.S. Treasuries.
http://www.reuters.c...storyID=7698013

Visit is not ended yet. More successes to come.
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Posted 22 February 2005 - 01:47 PM

When US North Korea critics , the South Korea US dollars dumps;
Now everybody sees the truth ; the North Korea can sleep soundly, South Koreans are their brothers .
and soon their difference will be smoothed to the ground.
One blood is the winner after all;
the democracy propaganda is only what everybody expected The emperor
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Posted 22 February 2005 - 02:33 PM

to Recruit Gays to Royal Navy

Five years after Britain lifted its ban on gays in the military, the Royal Navy has begun actively encouraging them to enlist and has pledged to make life easier when they do strategies for recruiting and retaining gay men and lesbians.
It said, too, that one strategy may be to advertise for recruits in gay magazines and newspapers.
The service wanted to change the atmosphere so that gays would feel comfortable working there. http://www.nytimes.c...tner=BRITANNICA
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Posted 22 February 2005 - 09:05 PM

"Judge a tree from its fruit, not from its leaves.." :rolleyes:
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Posted 23 February 2005 - 12:18 PM

Europe is not graceful acceptor of Bush mendacities ; Bush dismissed criticism of his decision to invade Iraq. ``The policy in the past used to be, let's just accept tyranny, for the sake of cheap oil,'' Bush said. ``Well, that changed on Sept. 11 for our nation.''
wow! Highways Blocked

German police blocked several highways and rail routes before Bush's arrival at Frankfurt airport and during his drive to Mainz. Shipping on the Rhine was restricted and flight movements at the airport were halted for 20 minutes. Companies including Adam Opel AG, the German unit of General Motors Corp., remained shut as workers would have had problems getting to work.
Schroeder ``is very eager to be on a diplomatic par'' with French President Jacques Chirac and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, his partners in pressuring Iran to stop developing nuclear weapons,. Peaceful accommodation of the international community's demands on Iran ``is also potentially good for German trade,'' Schroeder stirred US controversy earlier this month, saying in a Munich speech that NATO is ``no longer the primary location where the trans-Atlantic partners consult and coordinate over their strategic conceptions.''
Schroeder's Feb. 12 call for a high-level panel to propose how to ``adjust the structure of our cooperation to the changed conditions and challenges'' was rebuffed by the U.S. and NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer. ( Holland)
Chirac yesterday declined to endorse the primacy of NATO, calling it ``a fundamental element in our collective security.'' The French leader also said the EU's arms sale ban against China is no longer justified and should be lifted, the day after dinner talks with Bush that both sides described as friendly.
Bush ``has more respect for Chirac than he does for Schroeder,'' . Schroeder, during his 2002 re-election campaign, didn't immediately condemn a German cabinet minister who compared Bush's policies to those of Adolf Hitler. Schroeder later wrote to Bush saying he was sorry for any offense taken.
Germany has agreed to organize a training program in the United Arab Emirates for Iraqi security forces as part of NATO training program. NATO has 110 trainers working in Iraq and plans to expand that number to 160..
Germany is the third biggest donor to the United Nations. Schroeder's Iran diplomacy may add weight to Germany's plan to gain membership on the Security Council,.
, Schroeder opposed the 2003 invasion of Iraq; he also declined to send troops after the Jan. 30 Iraqi elections. Against U.S. opposition, Schroeder advocates lifting a 15-year-old EU ban on arms sales to China.
``Schroeder's political situation isn't the greatest, and he will try to strengthen it for the next national elections by not getting too cozy with the U.S. because his voting base doesn't like that,'' `Badly Frayed'
Germans put more trust in Russian President Vladimir Putin than in Bush, The survey of 1,000 Germans Feb. 15-16 by Infratest-Dimap found that 29 percent trust Putin and 24 percent trust Bush. Thirty-seven percent trust neither`` ``In Europe, anti-Bushism has seeped into anti-Americanism.'' used intercepts http://quote.bloombe...9Q&refer=home:(
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