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#7201 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 04:04 PM

Al Gore was famous from his speeches as tobacco growers when he reported that he his own hands cut levees tobacco and later moved to fighters with cigarettes. Finally world needed clowns and rewords them especially when they have superior wife .
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Posted 20 October 2007 - 02:35 PM

The ruling Law and Justice party promises to
?? Keep the health service in public hands
?? Cut income taxes in 2009
?? Continue battling corruption with a new elite police agency
?? Vigorously defend Polish interests in the EU
?? Ensure the state cares for pensioners and those left out in the economic transformation to capitalism
?? Continue Poland?fs military mission in Iraq

The opposition Civic Platform party wants to
?? Rapidly privatise most of the country?fs state-controlled companies
?? Slash the bureaucracy that impedes business
?? Introduce a flat income tax
?? Improve Poland?fs profile to lure back millions of migrants
?? Rebuild the civic service and lessen party control over state institution
?? Swiftly withdraw Polish troops from Iraq
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Posted 21 October 2007 - 04:13 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
The ruling Law and Justice party promises to
?? Keep the health service in public hands
?? Cut income taxes in 2009
?? Continue battling corruption with a new elite police agency
?? Vigorously defend Polish interests in the EU
?? Ensure the state cares for pensioners and those left out in the economic transformation to capitalism
?? Continue Poland?fs military mission in Iraq

The opposition Civic Platform party wants to
?? Rapidly privatise most of the country?fs state-controlled companies
?? Slash the bureaucracy that impedes business
?? Introduce a flat income tax
?? Improve Poland?fs profile to lure back millions of migrants
?? Rebuild the civic service and lessen party control over state institution
?? Swiftly withdraw Polish troops from Iraq



Civic Party, strange name given the free-market policies. The outcome from quick sale of state assets is that they get sold at cheap prices for those well placed to take advantage and the public are cheated. It doesnt mean cheaper run at all, it could mean prices go up. Also the free-marlet policies will mean more taxes over all, more beaurcracy and more powerful govt. The flat tax will mean the lower income earner will pay the great part of the tax. The reason they want less party control is to allow corporations to have more influence which means the public are cheated since the public cant influence private enterprise/corporations. In short its basically fascism, both corporations and the state get more powerful and the people become chatels. Restructuring the civic service will likely be the 'market' model will be superimposed on the public sector where ir doesnt belong and privarise as much of the services as possible which means less accountability and rates will still go up steadily anyway when they should go down.
Their best policy is rapid withdrawl from Iraq.
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Posted 22 October 2007 - 03:44 PM

You are perfectly correct, but PiS problem were the Kaczynski Brothers.
Their sick mentalities and concentration on fighting for power instead for nation interest caused of PiS and their coalition members total failure .
Loyalty to Kaczynskis moved PiS down or rather PiS members believed in their luck.
I expect the emperor clothes will be more visible on other side of parliament.
Unfortunately my PPP even worse is outside the Parliament.
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Posted 23 October 2007 - 05:34 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
You are perfectly correct, but PiS problem were the Kaczynski Brothers.
Their sick mentalities and concentration on fighting for power instead for nation interest caused of PiS and their coalition members total failure .
Loyalty to Kaczynskis moved PiS down or rather PiS members believed in their luck.
I expect the emperor clothes will be more visible on other side of parliament.
Unfortunately my PPP even worse is outside the Parliament.


If it wasnt the K bros it would have been someone else with dollar signs in their eyes. The policies are anti-national, ie global.
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Posted 23 October 2007 - 06:20 PM

Tusk has a hard task to find unity business.


Switzerland is likely to adopt tougher immigration policies after a stronger-than-expected showing of the ultranationalist Swiss People
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Posted 23 October 2007 - 06:35 PM

Originally posted by Bader
If it wasnt the K bros it would have been someone else with dollar signs in their eyes. The policies are anti-national, ie global.


Examlpe ;Switzerland
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Posted 24 October 2007 - 01:55 PM

EU mulls "blue card" for skilled migrants

More students choose EU over U.S.

Landlocked Mongolia,and U.S. sign maritime pact

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Posted 25 October 2007 - 08:53 AM

"You are aware that we have come form Serbia, from Kosovo and Metohija, the Serbian Jerusalem, the cradle of Serbian spirituality, Serbian culture and Serbian statehood. There - where our roots lie, where the spiritual identity of the people was created, where numerous sacred sites are located (1300 churches and monasteries), built and erected over the course of almost a millennium
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Posted 25 October 2007 - 01:34 PM

Lebanese troops opened fire on Israeli warplanes flying low over southern Lebanon on Thursday.

Lebanese soldiers used machine guns and light anti-aircraft weapons toward two planes that flew low over east of Marjayoun near the border.

It was the first time Lebanese troops had opened fire on Israeli aircraft since Aug. 14, 2006 when a cease-fire was put into effect and ended a 34-day conflict between Israel and Hezbollah .

Israel has continued to carry out flights over Lebanese territory despite the UN-brokered ceasefire. The flights have been increasingly criticized by the international community.
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Posted 25 October 2007 - 02:07 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
B]"You are aware that we have come form Serbia, from Kosovo and Metohija, the Serbian Jerusalem, the cradle of Serbian spirituality, Serbian culture and Serbian statehood. There - where our roots lie, where the spiritual identity of the people was created, where numerous sacred sites are located (1300 churches and monasteries), built and erected over the course of almost a millennium
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Posted 25 October 2007 - 05:38 PM

anti-culture:
when ever any party tries to protect their culture they are always
described by the media as rightwing extremists.
Russia is referred to as going back towards to being coldwar-like.

The extremists are those who want to destroy individual national culture. Which what they are doing to the Serbs. Everyones religion is thus likewise being hannered except the vatican, how convenient when they claim to be superior to all.
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Posted 25 October 2007 - 05:51 PM

I don
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Posted 26 October 2007 - 12:47 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
I don
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Posted 27 October 2007 - 06:54 PM

Flip happens regularly on the Sun for every 11 years.
Last flip on Earth happened before arrived there the human being.
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Posted 29 October 2007 - 04:30 PM

Why does it matter what happens in the Maldives? Its $1 billion economy is worth 1/59th of Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates's wealth and 1/27th of Sri Lanka's output. While it's an amazingly beautiful place, the Maldives is a rounding error on the global economic pie chart. Yet it may be a microcosm of a tectonic shift in finance: the demise of the dollar.

These things start out slowly, and in recent months I have had similar experiences from Mexico to Vietnam. In markets, restaurants, taxis and tourist shops that long accepted dollars, many are opting for local currency. The reason: concerns the dollar plunge that analysts have predicted for years is afoot and that the U.S. is uninterested in halting it.

Transformational Event

There's also a nascent realization that something transformational may be happening in global markets. Some states that long pegged their currencies to the dollar are scrapping the policy -- like Kuwait -- while others are quietly considering it. A survey by HSBC Holdings Plc found that twice as many Gulf businesses see benefits from dropping currency pegs to the dollar as those that see negative consequences.

Following Kuwait's May 20 move to drop its dollar peg, Gulf states are under pressure to do the same. The catalyst isn't so much anger over the Bush administration's policies, but how the dollar's slump is raising the price of imported goods. Inflation has reached record levels in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait and Oman in the last 12 months.

President George W. Bush's handiwork doesn't help, of course. In December 2004, former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad suggested Muslim countries should refuse to trade in dollars and use their economic influence to force a change in U.S. policies. The U.S. ``owes huge sums of money to the rest of the world,'' Mahathir said. ``If people do not keep giving money to the U.S., it will go bankrupt.''
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Posted 30 October 2007 - 03:37 PM


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Posted 30 October 2007 - 04:13 PM

Will Federal Reserve cut interest rates tomorrow,?
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Posted 31 October 2007 - 07:18 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Will Federal Reserve cut interest rates tomorrow,?


Its all a balancing act and a time control thing it appears to me.
Lowering the rate wil attract currency investers who will wait for them to rise again and this will take up a little of the slack as it gets dumped by Kuwait etc, meanwhile Bush talks of world war 3 and they have Turkey like a cat on a hot tin roof threatening to roll their armies across the border against the Kurds in Iraq, both of which puts the price of oil up and keeping the dollar in higher demand to purchase it.

But one question that may be relevant is that if the dollar keeps going down in value and the price of imports in the Midddle East goes up what will that do to the Israel economy, and Egypt and Jordan for that matter who the US grants billions and add on the military freebies must come to ten Billion but probably worth about 8 now in real terms. This may be one of the factors in the hurry up to grant the Palestinians a state and downsize Israel ( to match the dollar?)
Does this mean then that the pointless air attack on Syria is to charm the public that Israel isnt getting soft giving away territory?
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Posted 31 October 2007 - 07:23 AM

Originally posted by Raggz
Scientists agree that this flip happens regularly, and that it will happen again. No one can predict when it will again.



Finished with Iran Raggz? Didnt see it go down in the news.

I wasnt referring to the 'flip' nor the magnetic poles. What is the 'flip' I havent come across it?
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