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#6541 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 29 January 2007 - 07:31 PM

Originally posted by Bader
I was thinking of the average tax payer, but this looks like they are trying to reduce company tax and increase investment to help boost the economy.


Davos: Bankers, investors, and executives last week arrived at the Swiss resort of Davos giddy about record profits and bonuses. After five days, they left just as happy.
Warnings were batted away by dealmakers like Michael Klein, co-president of Citigroup Inc.'s investment banking unit, and David Rubenstein, managing director at the Carlyle Group Inc. buyout firm.
Financial models linked to the value of U.S. 10-year Treasuries.
Griffin, who oversees a $12.8-billion hedge-fund group, was more concerned that government is too much regulated???????????????????????????????. ``It would be heartbreaking if you were to see regulatory in capital formation in South East Asia, Latin America and India.''
. ``There's a danger of a `rush to the exit''' if investors wait too long.
`Not Enough Concerns'
``Markets often overshoot and adjust back so that wouldn't be surprise. But the fact that there's something fundamentally wrong is not obvious.''
The top five U.S. securities firms, including No. 1 firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc., posted a 50 percent rise in profit last year to a third straight record of $30.7 billion, spurred by gains from trading of stocks, commodities and derivatives.
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Posted 29 January 2007 - 11:22 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Davos: Bankers, investors, and executives last week arrived at the Swiss resort of Davos giddy about record profits and bonuses. After five days, they left just as happy.
Warnings were batted away by dealmakers like Michael Klein, co-president of Citigroup Inc.'s investment banking unit, and David Rubenstein, managing director at the Carlyle Group Inc. buyout firm.
Financial models linked to the value of U.S. 10-year Treasuries.
Griffin, who oversees a $12.8-billion hedge-fund group, was more concerned that government is too much regulated???????????????????????????????. ``It would be heartbreaking if you were to see regulatory in capital formation in South East Asia, Latin America and India.''
. ``There's a danger of a `rush to the exit''' if investors wait too long.
`Not Enough Concerns'
``Markets often overshoot and adjust back so that wouldn't be surprise. But the fact that there's something fundamentally wrong is not obvious.''
The top five U.S. securities firms, including No. 1 firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc., posted a 50 percent rise in profit last year to a third straight record of $30.7 billion, spurred by gains from trading of stocks, commodities and derivatives.
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Too bad we are regulated by night and day, climate, laws of nature etc. Its a huge risk on their part that we are all going to get up and go to work, want to eat three times a day and have new clothes every season, they deserve big profits on every penny they risk on their investments without being handicapped by govt, social responsibility and social justice etc.
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Posted 30 January 2007 - 03:54 PM

U.S.: Israel may have broken arms pact

The United States said Israel may have violated an arms agreement with Washington in its use of U.S.-supplied cluster bombs during its war with Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon.



Iran: co-op with Russia effective to prevent U.S. unilateralism

Iran's Supreme Leader stressed Tehran welcomed development of relations with Russia in all grounds, adding that the capacity for expansion of ties between the two sides is higher than the present level.

Panta rei. Nobody is forever, even he think so.
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Posted 30 January 2007 - 04:47 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]Too bad we are regulated by night and day, climate, laws of nature etc. Its a huge risk on their part that we are all going to get up and go to work, want to eat three times a day and have new clothes every season, they deserve big profits on every penny they risk on their investments without being handicapped by govt, social responsibility and social justice etc.B]



Who accepts, he deserves it!
Cuba is heroic country

Cuba protests U.S. embargo


www.chinaview.cn 2007-01-30 10:53:21

HAVANA, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- Cuba on Monday once again protested against the 44-year-long embargo that the United States has imposed on the Caribbean country, reported the local weekly newspaper Trabajadores (Workers).
The blockade is "an act of war" and genocide,
Washington's excuse for imposing an embargo on Cuba, which described Cuba as "a danger to the security in the hemisphere," were "lies."
The real reason behind the embargo was because Cuba broke the U.S. "imperial strategy." :viva:
Washington has imposed an embargo on Cuba since Feb. 3, 1962.
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Posted 30 January 2007 - 05:07 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]Too bad we are regulated by night and day, climate, laws of nature etc. Its a huge risk on their part that we are all going to get up and go to work, want to eat three times a day and have new clothes every season, they deserve big profits on every penny they risk on their investments without being handicapped by govt, social responsibility and social justice etc. B]




Democrats put the final touches on a $463.5 billion spending bill .
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Posted 30 January 2007 - 05:50 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Democrats put the final touches on a $463.5 billion spending bill .



between their wars and their politics there isnt much going for their future.
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Posted 31 January 2007 - 02:42 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
B]"Opponents of new Kosovo must be stopped "
By Joseph Biden

Years of hand-wringing and chest-thumping over the future status of Kosovo may finally be drawing to a close. In the next few months, adroit diplomacy to secure Kosovo
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Posted 31 January 2007 - 02:53 PM

Pharmaceutical companies and Iraq war contractors, both heavy Republican contributors, are among the companies scrambling to hire lobbyists with Democratic ties as they prepare for congressional investigative hearings next week.
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Posted 31 January 2007 - 05:38 PM

Del Ponte to step down from UN tribunal
Carla del Ponte, soon to step down as chief prosecutor at the UN
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Posted 31 January 2007 - 06:23 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Biden, Senator's Son, Is Sued Over Purchase of Hedge-Fund Firm
R. Hunter Biden, a Washington lobbyist and son of U.S. presidential hopeful Senator Joseph Biden, fraudulently excluded a partner from the purchase of a hedge-fund investment firm, the partner claims in a lawsuit.
``He wants back what was stolen from him,'' ''
Hunter Biden, 36, founder and partner of Washington-based lobbying firm Oldaker, Biden & Belair LLP, that manages investments in hedge funds. He became the firm's chairman and remains a lobbyist, an unusual dual role.
James Biden, 57, is the brother of Senator Biden and majority owner of Paradigm with Hunter Biden.
Lotito is asking the court to void the settlement he reached with the Bidens and is seeking at least $100 million.
The case is Lotito v. Biden, 07/600045, New York State Supreme Court (Manhattan.
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Rot has set in deep, every dog for himself like a food shortage.
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Posted 31 January 2007 - 06:25 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Pharmaceutical companies and Iraq war contractors, both heavy Republican contributors, are among the companies scrambling to hire lobbyists with Democratic ties as they prepare for congressional investigative hearings next week.
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Posted 31 January 2007 - 06:30 PM

Last Friday the UN General Assembly past a informal resolution sponsored by the USA and backed by 100 countries that all member nations condemn Holocaust denial in any shape or form, or conducive towards denial.
While the US continues to destroy a nation!
Iran alone abstained.
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Posted 01 February 2007 - 05:02 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Last Friday the UN General Assembly past a informal resolution sponsored by the USA and backed by 100 countries that all member nations condemn Holocaust denial in any shape or form, or conducive towards denial.
While the US continues to destroy a nation!
Iran alone abstained.


U.S. senators warn against war with Iran



www.chinaview.cn 2007-01-31 10:55:09

BEIJING, Jan. 31(Xinhuanet) -- U.S. Republican and Democratic senators Tuesday warned against a drift toward war with an emboldened Iran and suggested the Bush administration was missing a chance to engage its longtime adversary in potentially helpful talks over next-door Iraq.
Sen. Barack Obama, a candidate for president in 2008, warned during the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing that senators of both parties will demand "clarity and transparency in terms of U.S. policy so that we don't repeat some of the mistakes that have been made in the past," a reference to the faulty intelligence underlying the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Biden apologizes for comments
AP -
WASHINGTON - Backpedaling furiously, Sen. Joe Biden said he really meant to say "fresh" instead of "clean" in describing Democratic presidential rival Sen. Barack Obama. Appearing on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" late Wednesday, Biden said: "Look, the other part of this thing that got me in trouble is using the word clean. I should have said fresh. What I meant was that he's got new ideas, he's a new guy on the block ... "

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Posted 02 February 2007 - 03:59 PM

U.S. military probing possible helicopter crashes in N of Baghdad

The U.S. military said they were checking reports of a possible aircraft down on Friday, while witnesses said two helicopters were hit in north of Baghdad.

Answer will be after Wall Street time, after 16 pm.
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Posted 02 February 2007 - 05:03 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
B]U.S. military probing possible helicopter crashes in N of Baghdad

The U.S. military said they were checking reports of a possible aircraft down on Friday, while witnesses said two helicopters were hit in north of Baghdad.

B]



Bush will request a $716 billion for defense spending and the global war on terror in his fiscal 2008 budget next week,
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The request to Congress includes $93.4 billion in additional money for fiscal 2007 to cover costs of the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. .

$389 million requested to buy two Lockheed Martin Corp. Joint Strike Fighters that won't be operational until 2012 to replace F-16 fighters lost in Iraq.

Bush proposes to add $7.7 billion over this year's budget to increase the Army by 65,000 troops and add $4.4 billion to increase the Marine Corps by 27,000 people by 2012. The budget also would add $700 million to increase U.S. special operations forces by 5,575 on the way to a total force of 54,367 Army, Air Force and Navy commandos.
Fiscal 2007 defense spending will total about $622 billion if Congress approves the second half of the emergency wartime funding requested next week.

``That is more than we have spent, in real, inflation- adjusted dollars, in any year since the height of the Korean war and about $140 billion more in today's dollars than we spent at the height of the Vietnam War,''

The basic peacetime budget for fiscal 2008 is $481.4 billion, or about 10.6 percent more than Congress approved for this year. It includes $101.7 billion for weapons and $75.1 billion for research and development.

Previous emergency wartime requests have been readily approved because Congress was eager to support U.S. troops at war. acapaccio@bloomberg.net
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Posted 02 February 2007 - 06:15 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Bush will request a $716 billion for defense spending and the global war on terror in his fiscal 2008 budget next week,
.

The request to Congress includes $93.4 billion in additional money for fiscal 2007 to cover costs of the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. .

$389 million requested to buy two Lockheed Martin Corp. Joint Strike Fighters that won't be operational until 2012 to replace F-16 fighters lost in Iraq.

Bush proposes to add $7.7 billion over this year's budget to increase the Army by 65,000 troops and add $4.4 billion to increase the Marine Corps by 27,000 people by 2012. The budget also would add $700 million to increase U.S. special operations forces by 5,575 on the way to a total force of 54,367 Army, Air Force and Navy commandos.
Fiscal 2007 defense spending will total about $622 billion if Congress approves the second half of the emergency wartime funding requested next week.

``That is more than we have spent, in real, inflation- adjusted dollars, in any year since the height of the Korean war and about $140 billion more in today's dollars than we spent at the height of the Vietnam War,''

The basic peacetime budget for fiscal 2008 is $481.4 billion, or about 10.6 percent more than Congress approved for this year. It includes $101.7 billion for weapons and $75.1 billion for research and development.

Previous emergency wartime requests have been readily approved because Congress was eager to support U.S. troops at war. acapaccio@bloomberg.net
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Watch for the dumping of dollars just before or just after Congress makesa decision.
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Posted 03 February 2007 - 03:57 PM

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B]Watch for the dumping of dollars just before or just after Congress makesa decision. /B]



We might not see it.
Our planet's magnetic shield has reversed its direction hundreds of times but not during time when humans waking on earth.

Sun changes magnetic field after 11 years.
But earth maybe magnetic flip it was reason why dinosaur disappeared.
During flip of the Earth's magnetic field, will be not magnetic field and will be no protection from cosmic radiation.
And now just the magnetic field is dramatically decreasing.

Flip of the Earth's magnetic field, from the first signs of instability to the final reversal.
Multi auroras will be visible every night during a magnetic field reversal.
Whales, it seems, follow these magnetic lineations during migration , and they get off track, if they follow a magnetic anomallyty. .
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Posted 03 February 2007 - 05:21 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]Watch for the dumping of dollars just before or just after Congress makesa decision.B]


In order to easy govern people, nations governments need enemies.
They want use them as a threat so people will support
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Posted 03 February 2007 - 08:17 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]In order to easy govern people, nations governments need enemies.
They want use them as a threat so people will support
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Posted 03 February 2007 - 08:56 PM

Iran: A War Is Coming
by John Pilger
The United States is planning what will be a catastrophic attack on Iran.
For the Bush cabal, the attack will be a way of "buying time" for its disaster in Iraq.
In announcing what he called a "surge" of American troops in Iraq, George W. Bush identified Iran as his real target.
"We will interrupt the flow of support [to the insurgency in Iraq] from Iran and Syria," he said.
"And we will seek out and destroy the networks providing advanced weaponry and training to our enemies in Iraq."
"Networks" means Iran.
"There is solid evidence," said a State Department spokesman on 24 January, "that Iranian agents are involved in these networks and that they are working with individuals and groups in Iraq and are being sent there by the Iranian government."
Like Bush's and Blair's claim that they had irrefutable evidence that Saddam Hussein was deploying weapons of mass destruction, the "evidence" lacks all credibility.
Iran has a natural affinity with the Shi'ite majority of Iraq, and has been implacably opposed to al-Qaeda, condemning the 9/11 attacks and supporting the United States in Afghanistan.
Syria has done the same.
Investigations by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and others, including British military officials, have concluded that Iran is not engaged in the cross-border supply of weapons.
General Peter Pace, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, has said no such evidence exists.
with Israel and Washington's Zionist and fundamentalist Christian lobbies, the Bushites say their "strategy" is to end Iran's nuclear threat.
Unlike its two nemeses, the US and Israel, Iran has attacked no other countries.
Iran has a history of obeying international law and occupies no territory other than its own.
The "threat" from Iran is entirely manufactured.
The one piece of "solid evidence" is the threat posed by the United States. An American naval buildup in the eastern Mediterranean has begun. This is almost certainly part of what the Pentagon calls CONPLAN 8022.
The well-informed Arab Times in Kuwait says Bush will attack Iran before the end of April.
One of Russia's most senior military strategists, General Leonid Ivashov says the US will use nuclear munitions delivered by Cruise missiles launched in the Mediterranean.
"The war in Iraq," he wrote on 24 January, "was just one element in a series of steps in the process of regional destabilization.
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