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#5741 Bader

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Posted 17 April 2006 - 05:00 AM

big business. The highest percent of any nation in prison is in the US, because its big business- private prison systems. Tha's why they practice 'tough love' because they send anyone inside at the drop of a hat. Politicians and Police Chiefs may well be getting gratuity backhanders.
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Posted 17 April 2006 - 09:20 PM

Smingus-Dyngus , old Slavic tradition was atacked by the new government.
Nothing was before Christianity,says West. -It is necessary to eliminate an old Slavic bonds. Is easy to hit Slavic possessions when religion is in power.
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Posted 17 April 2006 - 10:49 PM

Smingus-Dyngus , old Slavic tradition was atacked by the new government.

LOL. Where do you get your texts ?
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Posted 18 April 2006 - 02:01 PM

Poland is size of c Mexico
Budget:
revenues: $52.73 billion
expenditures: $63.22 billion

US friendship is more expensive than war.
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Posted 18 April 2006 - 11:01 PM

The involvment in rebuilding Iraq from dictatorship costed Poland below one billion $ dear Russian poster.
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Posted 19 April 2006 - 05:18 AM

Is that a new name for war. Eliminating opposition is now being carried out by several groups as oppsed to one group when Saddam was in power.
The US has delivered nuclear contamination that will shorten millions of lives. Saddam is an angle compared to Bush and Blair.

Poland's govt is prostituting itself for cheap military hardware to catch up to NATO requirements.
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Posted 19 April 2006 - 04:10 PM

Unfortunately not cheap military hardware, not European and this is problem.
Czech Republic doesn't buy anything, and have good economy. Ireland and Finland are the most shrewd countries because they are neutral and don't join NATO .
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Posted 19 April 2006 - 06:15 PM

Poland has good economy also :)
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Posted 19 April 2006 - 08:04 PM

I have more interesting data;
Russia Budget:
revenues: $176.7 billion
expenditures: $125.6 billion

USA Budget:
revenues: $2.119 trillion
expenditures: $2.466 trillion;
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Posted 19 April 2006 - 08:35 PM

And Russia wants to challenge USA. LOL
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Posted 20 April 2006 - 02:34 PM

Law and standing over the law, the Constitute Tribunal .

In Poland, the corporations try to act against law of the country using help of the corruptive Constitute Tribunal.
Yesterday the Constitute Tribunal decided that Polish society can not select the legal attorneys in open and free examination , only that the selection of legal counsels can only be decided by the legal bodies.
Why Poland can not have referendum too override the corruptive Tribunal?
I feel the stink of the money and not the smell of democracy..
I believe that is necessary to clean and democratize Constitute Tribunal in Poland.
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Posted 21 April 2006 - 02:02 PM

Nations which criticize the Norway for commercial whaling are; the United Kingdom, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain. Norway is considering taking whales from international waters and to increase its whaling activities.
Why EU keeps its mouth shut, Javier Solana is silent etc, maybe it is true that Norway hide Missouri after Kursk accident.
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Posted 21 April 2006 - 02:45 PM

Zbigniew Ziobro
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Posted 22 April 2006 - 10:15 PM

Liberal press and law are the biggest problem in Poland. T
They create opinion about politicians, select for their own and they are in over privileged positions, and without responsibility. They can destroy companies without any accountability and can set businesses who shouldn
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Posted 23 April 2006 - 05:37 AM

The sovereignty of nations is subverted for the multi-nationals who inturn are indebted to the bankers just like govts used to be.

Marriage between corporations and govt is fascism.

If the national finance system isnt democracised, so the people own their own money, a basic ingredient of democracy then it isnt a democracy. All they are doing is renting figures on paper/computer records. As long as people look to the media on how to think nothing will change. The media is part of the corporate world.
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Posted 24 April 2006 - 12:39 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Marriage between corporations and govt is fascism.


The media is part of the corporate world.


You always was against revolution , what kind solution do you see?
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Posted 24 April 2006 - 02:44 PM

When human rights are the good for business. , but not for society.
AIDS didn
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Posted 24 April 2006 - 07:59 PM

What grows where reveals the dominant influences of nature.

Same in the social world.

Revolutionaries as terrorists today were always backed secretly by money power to replace monarchies, national govts, religions and culture which is why you are searching for your roots and want to restore Slav indentity. Normal for slaves to do this. We have been reduced to slaves of a global regime that controls just about everything of importance today.
This revolution has been in progress for about three hundred years. This is why I am not for revolution. It doesnt help to be just a rectionary because that falls into and builds the dialectic
dynamics that serve the revolution.

People have to realise who and what they are in terms of philosophy and beliefs that life/social life should be built on. We have been conditioned to think that technical progress is what life is about with the subliminal concession that life of man is therefore evolving for the better. The opposite is true.
When people start to oppose the global trends that they see destroying their culture and national identity the media attacks them as fascists and anti-semits etc. People cant be just against something they have to rebuild, do positive things themselves as 'being' isnt based on opposing something.

By far the biggest determinant of what is happening politically and econmically is the result of money power. If any people are to enpower themselves gaining just govt isnt the means to power since govt is controlled by bankers policy. Yet all bank credit is created against the peoples credit ( the ability to produce) not bankers notes and coins and bonds in their volts. Since the peoples govt create bonds which in term results in new money, the people can create their own money not borrow figures on paper against their own enterprise. Do you charge yourself rent when you own your own home?

Until people are financially free they are not free. Until people have economic democracy they cannot have democracy. Neither land or currency can be under a private monopoly. And to allow speculation on currency amounts to allowing ones wages to go and down regardless of what you are worth or are due.

The grass roots have to wake up and re-educate themselves becuase the systems are wll established for the revolution to perpetuate itself. Revolution isnt change its is perpetual revolution, until enough people say stop we want to get off.

Its in the transition stage of eastern Europe that people just might think for themselves, thus the likes of Woolsey and Soros pushing urgently to get US corrupt politics under the label of 'democracy' in and get people locked into a divide and rule two party system which prevents any national unity. There are big financial rewards for politicians who lock their countries in the monopolistic free market policies. It draws the worms out of the woodwork to become pigs at the trough.
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Posted 25 April 2006 - 01:53 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
Until people are financially free they are not free. Until people have economic democracy they cannot have democracy. Neither land or currency can be under a private monopoly. And to allow speculation on currency amounts to allowing ones wages to go and down regardless of what you are worth or are due.

Its in the transition stage of eastern Europe that people just might think for themselves, thus the likes of Woolsey and Soros pushing urgently to get US corrupt politics under the label of 'democracy' in and get people locked into a divide and rule two party system which prevents any national unity. There are big financial rewards for politicians who lock their countries in the monopolistic free market policies. QUOTE]
Therefore, the constitute tribunal stands in Poland above the law of the country.
Tribunal is not democratically elected only set, but those who are in power.
Marek Serafjan -president of tribunal publicly attacked elected officials that they publicly discussed law and the people dare to speak about changes. Money power tries to work silent and effective for monopolistic free market policies.
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Posted 27 April 2006 - 05:14 AM

One of the trens today in 'democracies' is for un-elected authorities that are not accountable to the people. They are autonomous but serve some interest. Trouble is the people are only voting for certain law makers within the systems set which means govt is servant of some interest not the people. Therefore it isnt a democracy.

The Tribunal sounds like the MIA ( Multi-National Investment Agreement ) which surfaced a few years ago for govts to sign away the sovereignty to the global corporations which meant that govt couldnt legislate against their interests without incurring huge fines of multi-millions. It was withdrawn because of opposition. It included the right of corporations to bring in cheap labour from overseas. This isnt necessary now as govts have adopted immigration policy that allows cheap labour to move there.
Then the IMF took it on board as part of their policy demands on countries that accepted big loans, it become the fine print and this is where the Tribunal has likely come from, a directive from the IMF. To put it simply Poland as many other countries is a subject of the Dollar/Euro Empire. The dollar is owned mainly by European banking corporation/families.

You meantioned pharmacutical corporations and health business.
You have to understand that for corporations the key to assured profit levels is either a monopoly or a captured market. A captured market is for eg, the telephone system, electricity supply or a the water supply, usually basics that govts developed as part of the infastructure and everybody needs it.
Similar to a monopoly and thus could can control price without competition. When we privatised our telecom system we ended up with the highest line charges in the developed world. Today we are about 22nd in in the OECD countries for 'internet' services because the shareholders want big dividends and will not upgrade the services and all this selling of state enterprise was done on the pretence that private enterprise runs things cheap and better. Its all bulls wool.
So what the pharmacutical industry is doing is making a captured market wherein the general public have to buy their stock to remain immunised or the like to carry on daily life. When every man and his dog is drip feeding small amounts daily across the nation, just like interest rates and taxes, the total taking is a handsome sum of money. As the corporations line up in a row for people to run the gauntlet, the numbers that dont make it to the other end is going to increase.
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