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#6921 Bader

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 08:18 AM

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UN CHIEF CALLS ON IRAQ TO PROSECUTE CRIMINALS OF 1991 GULF WAR
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called on Baghdad to prosecute Iraqis who were responsible for killing Kuwaiti citizens during the 1990 invasion of Kuwait and the subsequent 1991 Gulf War, the UN News Center reported on June 5. :scrollhah




Unbelieveable at first but then.......

( I thought this was finished Woj, after not receiving notices of new messages)
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 02:25 PM

Originally posted by Bader
[B]Unbelieveable at first but then.......

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I am very glad that you returned.
I even forgived you that you are not the communist. :Party: :cheers:
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 04:33 PM

Most controversial bills, the government with big business m?nage to push against the will of majority citizens are smuggled thru the congress by Package bills.
People vote on bill which want to accept it and get bills about they don
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 10:55 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
I am very glad that you returned.
I even forgived you that you are not the communist. :Party: :cheers:


CLINK!
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 11:01 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Most controversial bills, the government with big business m?nage to push against the will of majority citizens are smuggled thru the congress by Package bills.
People vote on bill which want to accept it and get bills about they don
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Posted 10 June 2007 - 12:11 PM

I will show you when best example comes out.
Of course you understand when I talk that laws are not vote , separately, but they are endorsed as package of unrelated documents.-
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Posted 10 June 2007 - 02:59 PM

Putin calls for alternative to WTO
June 10, 2007

ST.PETERSBURG, Russia --Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Sunday for creating an alternative to the World Trade Organization which would favor developing economies and suggested it was necessary to give a greater role to regional currencies.


"Today protectionism ... often comes from developed countries that have set up this structure," Putin said. "In order to stimulate trade and investment it is worth thinking about creating a regional Eurasian institute on free trade that could take advantage of the positive experience of WTO."

Putin also said that currently, global financial markets evolve around "one or two" currencies -- an apparent reference to the euro and the dollar -- and their fluctuations often have highly negative effects on many countries' economies and financial reserves.

"There can be only one answer to this challenge -- the creation of several world currencies, several financial centers."



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Posted 10 June 2007 - 08:57 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Putin calls for alternative to WTO
June 10, 2007

ST.PETERSBURG, Russia --Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Sunday for creating an alternative to the World Trade Organization which would favor developing economies and suggested it was necessary to give a greater role to regional currencies.

"Today protectionism ... often comes from developed countries that have set up this structure," Putin said. "In order to stimulate trade and investment it is worth thinking about creating a regional Eurasian institute on free trade that could take advantage of the positive experience of WTO."

Putin also said that currently, global financial markets evolve around "one or two" currencies -- an apparent reference to the euro and the dollar -- and their fluctuations often have highly negative effects on many countries' economies and financial reserves.

"There can be only one answer to this challenge -- the creation of several world currencies, several financial centers."


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Posted 11 June 2007 - 02:13 PM

China's trade surplus rose a bigger- than-estimated 73 percent in May from a year earlier
The gap widened to $22.45 billion,..
``Today's number is very large and will add political pressure for currency gains,''
The U.S. Senate will introduce a bill this week to pressure China to strengthen its currency, the Financial Times said today, citing unidentified people close to the situation.
Some U.S. lawmakers said last month that the yuan was undervalued by 40 percent to make China's exports cheap and pledged trade sanctions as punishment.
China will move at its own pace on the currency, ``The U.S. will put out some barriers to imports but the Chinese will then just export their products elsewhere.''
Chinese steelmakers such as Wuhan Iron & Steel Co. and Handan Iron & Steel Co. triggered a petition from U.S. manufacturers last week seeking import duties on welded standard pipe because of alleged subsidies and dumping.
China says it will revamp the system for regulating food and drug safety. The government also describes some U.S. claims about product dangers as unscientific, exaggerated and wrong.
The May trade gap was the country's fourth-highest monthly surplus on record.
Intercepts from npiboontanas@bloomberg.net
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Posted 11 June 2007 - 02:20 PM

So increase US lament about Iran has very limit answer;
The U.S. increased its criticism of Iran's stonewalling of nuclear inspectors, and the United Nations atomic agency's chief warned of a ``brewing confrontation'' over the Islamic Republic's uranium enrichment program.:scrollhah
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Posted 11 June 2007 - 08:10 PM

RUSSIAN, GEORGIAN PRESIDENTS MEET
President Putin met on June 9 in St. Petersburg with his Georgian counterpart Mikheil Saakashvili:happy:
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Posted 11 June 2007 - 08:39 PM

you deal with....

LONDON - The House of Commons on Monday rejected a motion by the opposition Conservative Party calling for a formal inquiry into the British government's decision to go to war in Iraq
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Posted 12 June 2007 - 01:52 PM

RUSSIA READY TO SUSPEND CFE TREATY PARTICIPATION
in the Treaty on Conventional Forces in Europe (CFE) because the document limits troop movements on Russian territory and fails to recognize new security concerns such as U.S. bases on the Black Sea.
The treaty's 30 signatory states are holding an emergency meeting in Vienna starting on June 12..
President Putin announced a "moratorium" on Russian compliance with the treaty until it is signed by new NATO members Slovenia and the Baltic states.
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Posted 12 June 2007 - 04:15 PM

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega arrived in Iran on June 10 for a two-day visit, during which he was scheduled to hold bilateral talks with officials including Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and to discuss agreements made during earlier visits to Nicaragua by Iranian officials
Iran enjoys cordial relations with some of Latin America's leftist governments, including those of Nicaragua and Venezuela.

Ortega said Nicaragua would like to expand cooperation with Iran in energy generation, and particularly in hydroelectricity, IRNA reported. VS
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Posted 13 June 2007 - 07:23 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Putin calls for alternative to WTO
June 10, 2007

ST.PETERSBURG, Russia --Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Sunday for creating an alternative to the World Trade Organization which would favor developing economies and suggested it was necessary to give a greater role to regional currencies.


"Today protectionism ... often comes from developed countries that have set up this structure," Putin said. "In order to stimulate trade and investment it is worth thinking about creating a regional Eurasian institute on free trade that could take advantage of the positive experience of WTO."

Putin also said that currently, global financial markets evolve around "one or two" currencies -- an apparent reference to the euro and the dollar -- and their fluctuations often have highly negative effects on many countries' economies and financial reserves.

"There can be only one answer to this challenge -- the creation of several world currencies, several financial centers."



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Posted 13 June 2007 - 07:31 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
China's trade surplus rose a bigger- than-estimated 73 percent in May from a year earlier
The gap widened to $22.45 billion,..
``Today's number is very large and will add political pressure for currency gains,''
The U.S. Senate will introduce a bill this week to pressure China to strengthen its currency, the Financial Times said today, citing unidentified people close to the situation.
Some U.S. lawmakers said last month that the yuan was undervalued by 40 percent to make China's exports cheap and pledged trade sanctions as punishment.
China will move at its own pace on the currency, ``The U.S. will put out some barriers to imports but the Chinese will then just export their products elsewhere.''
Chinese steelmakers such as Wuhan Iron & Steel Co. and Handan Iron & Steel Co. triggered a petition from U.S. manufacturers last week seeking import duties on welded standard pipe because of alleged subsidies and dumping.
China says it will revamp the system for regulating food and drug safety. The government also describes some U.S. claims about product dangers as unscientific, exaggerated and wrong.
The May trade gap was the country's fourth-highest monthly surplus on record.
Intercepts from npiboontanas@bloomberg.net
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China should be more charitable while the US is fighting for its life against the threat from Iraq and everyone standing around gorking and not trying to help!
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Posted 13 June 2007 - 02:35 PM

Originally posted by Bader
China should be more charitable while the US is fighting for its life against the threat from Iraq and everyone standing around gorking and not trying to help!

I don
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Posted 13 June 2007 - 03:06 PM

The original CFE treaty, deemed as a cornerstone in ensuring European security, was concluded in 1990 by NATO and the Warsaw Treaty Organization thatexisted at that time. It prescribes upper limits for the amount of military aircraft, tanks and other non-nuclear heavy weapons deployed around Europe.

The treaty was amended in 1999 to reflect changes after the 1991 disintegration of the Soviet Union, but the adapted version so far has only been ratified by Russia, together with Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

The United States and other NATO members have refused to ratify the amended treaty, accusing Russia of failing to meet the so-called " Istanbul commitment" to pull out its forces from Georgia and Moldova.

Russia, concerned about the original treaty's restrictions on its troop movements within its borders, wants NATO members to rapidly ratify the amended version.

Russia's "partners should realize that Russia cannot and will not fulfill the obsolete treaty at any cost to the detriment of its own security."

Meanwhile, Russia intended to start new negotiations on further changes to the treaty as soon as the 1999 treaty was ratified by all NATO member states.

"These days, one can say it is hopelessly outmoded. Many eastern and central European countries have already joined NATO," Antonov said ahead of Tuesday's talks which will last till Friday.

The United States, however, insisted that Russia should fulfill its Istanbul commitment first.

Russian President Vladimir Putin late April announced a decision to suspend its obligation under the CFE treaty, following U.S. plans to deploy a missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic.

Angered at the U.S. missile defense plan, Putin has warned recently that Russia may retarget Europe.

"If part of the U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal is located in Europe and our military experts find that it poses a threat to Russia, we will have to take appropriate retaliation.
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Posted 13 June 2007 - 07:39 PM

Yesterday Russia celebrating freedom from CCCP.
On this occasion RT presented history Russia in space.
It was especially interested for me because it started with K. Tsiolkovsky ,
Russian scientist with Polish background.
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 02:33 PM

UN envoy blasts US for pro-Israeli agenda
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