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#6381 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 07 December 2006 - 10:54 PM

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B]Poland is just another face in the crowd. Nothing different here.
Govt today serves international interests and not its own people and there is nothing anyone can do about it anywhere, people are powerless and govts are getting more unaccountable, partly because party politics divides people so they cant make govt accountable. B]

When people trust their governments and neglect the facts, subsequently deserve their governments and their lives. :devil:
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Posted 08 December 2006 - 04:57 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
When people trust their governments and neglect the facts, subsequently deserve their governments and their lives. :devil:




The media singing them to sleep every night.
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Posted 08 December 2006 - 03:52 PM

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The media singing them to sleep every night.

and where we are going :
CHONGQING, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- Three outdoor toilets for males with no walls but equipped with a waist-level screen hiding a man's buttocks and waist from view have been erected in popular Foreigners Street in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, sparking controversy over their bold appearance.

The rounded 4-urinal toilet occupies an area of two square meters. Each urinal has a 50-cm screen to screen people's buttocks from the gaze of passers-by.

The environmentally-friendly toilet is made of withered grass and charcoal ashes and only costs 1,000 yuan (128 U.S. dollars), said Lu Xiaoqing, designer of the toilet.

"Just pull open the screen. It's easy and convenient..

The toilets were installed two months ago but are yet to gain acceptance in Foreigners Street, which is a local tourist attraction full of western-style bars managed by foreigners.

Street administrators assiduously use the toilets to set an example for the populace.

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Posted 08 December 2006 - 06:05 PM

Serbia on December 7 urged the International Criminal Tribunal to save the life of Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj . . The Serbian government issued a statement saying that another "tragic event in the Hague tribunal would be unacceptable." Former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and the former Serbian rebel leader in Croatia, Milan Babic, both died in March while in ICTY detention:Bad:
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Posted 09 December 2006 - 04:57 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
and where we are going :
CHONGQING, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- Three outdoor toilets for males with no walls but equipped with a waist-level screen hiding a man's buttocks and waist from view have been erected in popular Foreigners Street in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, sparking controversy over their bold appearance.

The rounded 4-urinal toilet occupies an area of two square meters. Each urinal has a 50-cm screen to screen people's buttocks from the gaze of passers-by.

The environmentally-friendly toilet is made of withered grass and charcoal ashes and only costs 1,000 yuan (128 U.S. dollars), said Lu Xiaoqing, designer of the toilet.

"Just pull open the screen. It's easy and convenient..

The toilets were installed two months ago but are yet to gain acceptance in Foreigners Street, which is a local tourist attraction full of western-style bars managed by foreigners.

Street administrators assiduously use the toilets to set an example for the populace.

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Does that mean Chinese wear clthes so they dont offend foreigners?
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Posted 09 December 2006 - 05:01 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Serbia on December 7 urged the International Criminal Tribunal to save the life of Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj . . The Serbian government issued a statement saying that another "tragic event in the Hague tribunal would be unacceptable." Former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and the former Serbian rebel leader in Croatia, Milan Babic, both died in March while in ICTY detention:Bad:




Is it The Criminal International Tribunal or International Criminals Tribune?
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Posted 09 December 2006 - 06:04 PM

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Does that mean Chinese wear clthes so they dont offend foreigners?

I have impression that open restrooms in Chine are only in places which visited by foreigners. Chinese stress that they are UK idea. Somehow Chinese don
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Posted 09 December 2006 - 06:32 PM

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Is it The Criminal International Tribunal or International Criminals Tribune?

Who has doubts that ICTY is the International Criminals Tribune?Pullhair
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Posted 10 December 2006 - 01:24 AM


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Posted 10 December 2006 - 11:51 PM

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who had been a close ally of Pinochet, was "greatly saddened" by his death.
Chile's government says at least 3,197 people were killed for political reasons during his rule and thousands more disappeared.
Pinochet took power on Sept. 11, 1973, as warplanes bombed the presidential palace of Salvador Allende.
CIA had tried for months to destabilize the Allende government, including financing a truckers strike that paralyzed the delivery of goods across Chile, but Washington denied having anything to do with the coup.
Other leftists were rounded up by a death squad known as the "Caravan of Death."
Victims were buried in unmarked mass graves in the northern Atacama desert, in the coastal city of La Serena and in the southern city of Cauquenes.
Pinochet pledged to stay in power "only as long as circumstances demand it," but soon after seizing the presidency, he said he had "goals, not deadlines."
He disbanded Congress, banned political activity and started a harsh anti-leftist repression.
Within years, Chile and other South American countries with right-wing governments launched Operation Condor to eliminate leftist dissidents abroad.
One of Operation Condor's victims was former Chilean Foreign Minister Orlando Letelier, who was killed along with his American aide, Ronni Moffitt, when a bomb shattered their car in Washington in 1976.
More than 500 dissidents who disappeared after being arrested by the secret police. Most were killed, their bodies flung into the sea.
Pinochet defended his authoritarian rule as a bulwark against communism
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Posted 11 December 2006 - 01:24 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
B]
Although Pinochet denied any involvement, he was considered the moving force behind the creation of Operation Condor.

:scared: B]


Is the result of Condor operation memory ?
Oil producing countries have reduced their exposure to the dollar to the lowest level in two years and shifted oil income into euros, yen and sterling,.
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Posted 11 December 2006 - 08:55 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Is the result of Condor operation memory ?
Oil producing countries have reduced their exposure to the dollar to the lowest level in two years and shifted oil income into euros, yen and sterling,.
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The shift has definitely started but nothing intended to be dramatic to avoid a panic which could be very expensive. We should end up with a raft ( basket) of main currencies.
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Posted 11 December 2006 - 03:37 PM

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B]The shift has definitely started but nothing intended to be dramatic to avoid a panic which could be very expensive. We should end up with a raft ( basket) of main currencies. B]


Mr Brzezinski argues that America
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Posted 12 December 2006 - 05:15 PM

Royal Dutch Shell will cede control of the Sakhalin-2 gas field to Russia's state-owned monopoly Gazprom following months of Kremlin pressure to do so, international media reported on December 12. Shell officials declined on December 11 to comment on the media reports,. Shell currently owns 55 percent of the Sakhalin-2 gas production-sharing agreement (PSA) in Russia's Far East, while Japan's Mitsui and Mitsubishi control 25 and 20 percent, respectively. Shell's recent offers reportedly involve granting Gazprom at least 50 percent control of the project, including shares from all three foreign companies. Japanese media reported on December 12 that Mitsui and Mitsubishi have made offers that "follow the lead" of Shell. Gazprom probably will pay cash for its acquisitions in Sakhalin-2 at a generous discount over the real value. Russian authorities have been threatening for several months to cancel some key permits at Sakhalin-2 after Shell announced the cost of the project would double and Russian officials said that Shell is guilty of numerous violations of Russian ecological legislation
. Oleg Mitvol, who is deputy head of the Natural Resources Ministry's Federal Service for the Oversight of Natural Resources Use (Rosprirodnadzor), announced on December 12 that he will file lawsuits in March against unspecified Sakhalin-2 subcontractors, Interfax reported. Observers suspect, however, that Moscow's real concern is not the environment -- which many Russian firms are known not to respect -- but rather a desire to renegotiate the PSAs in order to include Russian state monopolies like Gazprom and Rosneft. On December 12, Britain's "The Daily Telegraph" wrote that "the move by the Kremlin [to take over Sakhalin-2] will be seen as a sign that Russia will no longer tolerate foreign investors controlling strategic assets." Britain's "The Times" noted that "Russia wins with the hard line." Germany's "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" wrote that "Shell has apparently bowed to pressure from the Kremlin."If Poland had such president as Putin
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Posted 13 December 2006 - 08:11 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Royal Dutch Shell will cede control of the Sakhalin-2 gas field to Russia's state-owned monopoly Gazprom following months of Kremlin pressure to do so, international media reported on December 12. Shell officials declined on December 11 to comment on the media reports,. Shell currently owns 55 percent of the Sakhalin-2 gas production-sharing agreement (PSA) in Russia's Far East, while Japan's Mitsui and Mitsubishi control 25 and 20 percent, respectively. Shell's recent offers reportedly involve granting Gazprom at least 50 percent control of the project, including shares from all three foreign companies. Japanese media reported on December 12 that Mitsui and Mitsubishi have made offers that "follow the lead" of Shell. Gazprom probably will pay cash for its acquisitions in Sakhalin-2 at a generous discount over the real value. Russian authorities have been threatening for several months to cancel some key permits at Sakhalin-2 after Shell announced the cost of the project would double and Russian officials said that Shell is guilty of numerous violations of Russian ecological legislation
. Oleg Mitvol, who is deputy head of the Natural Resources Ministry's Federal Service for the Oversight of Natural Resources Use (Rosprirodnadzor), announced on December 12 that he will file lawsuits in March against unspecified Sakhalin-2 subcontractors, Interfax reported. Observers suspect, however, that Moscow's real concern is not the environment -- which many Russian firms are known not to respect -- but rather a desire to renegotiate the PSAs in order to include Russian state monopolies like Gazprom and Rosneft. On December 12, Britain's "The Daily Telegraph" wrote that "the move by the Kremlin [to take over Sakhalin-2] will be seen as a sign that Russia will no longer tolerate foreign investors controlling strategic assets." Britain's "The Times" noted that "Russia wins with the hard line." Germany's "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" wrote that "Shell has apparently bowed to pressure from the Kremlin."If Poland had such president as Putin
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Posted 13 December 2006 - 08:16 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
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Posted 13 December 2006 - 03:24 PM

I recently don
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Posted 14 December 2006 - 05:24 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]I recently don
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Posted 14 December 2006 - 03:11 PM

Originally posted by Bader
They are there to protect the CIA opium crop from the Taliban.


Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., reported a 22 percent increase in fourth-quarter profit and ended the year with a record $4 billion in earnings.
Net income climbed to $1 billion, the New York-based company said in a statement today
Farmers have problem to survive. Why it so with strategic production?
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