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  • Are the people who 'really run the world' meeting this weekend?

    05/18/2009 6:51:06 PM PDT · by Iam1ru1-2 · 32 replies · 1,422+ views ^ | ProphecyNewsWatch
    From today until May 17, approximately 150 of the most influential members of the world's elite will be meeting behind closed doors at a hotel in Greece. They are called the Bilderberg Group or the "Bilderbergers," and you have probably never heard of them. The group, co-founded by Prince Bernard of the Netherlands, has been meeting in secret every year since 1954. This year, says the British broadsheet The Times, they are meeting at the Nafsika Astir Palace in Vouliagmeni. The individuals at the meeting come from such power houses as Google and the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Senate...
  • America Gets the Global Warming Warning

    04/20/2007 12:06:52 PM PDT · by CedarDave · 47 replies · 1,028+ views
    Time - The Aggregator ^ | April 20, 2007
    One third of Americans say global warming ranks as the world's single largest environmental problem according to a new survey conducted by the Washington Post, ABC News and Stanford University. That's double the number who considered it of most import last year. Seven out of 10 of those surveyed want the federal government to do more to combat climate change and "by a 40-point margin, the public trusts congressional Democrats more than it trusts President Bush to handle global warming," writes the WPost. Climate change might yet become a key election issue then. Al Gore, are you listening?
  • China Urges U.S. to Sign Kyoto Protocol

    12/01/2005 3:08:55 PM PST · by proud_yank · 31 replies · 698+ views
    FoxNews ^ | Dec 1, 2005 | AP
    MONTREAL — China — one of the world's major polluters — urged the U.S. to join the Kyoto treaty Wednesday, rejecting arguments that the pact is flawed because it fails to restrict emissions by developing countries. China's Sun Guoshunis said his country was already cutting the polluting emissions, adding it was unfair to expect China and India — with the world's largest populations — to ask their impoverished people to cut back on energy consumption. "We really feel pity that the U.S. has not yet, and is not going to join the Kyoto Protocol, not only because of the size...
  • NAFTA failing in Mexico, hurting poor: lecturer (BARF Alert)

    11/14/2005 7:56:26 PM PST · by proud_yank · 9 replies · 466+ views
    The Gateway (Univ Alberta Campus Paper) ^ | Nov 8, 2005 | Andrew Grahn
    Despite the high expectations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to improve the lives of Mexico’s poor, inadequate government preparation for free trade has not resulted in the promised rewards of an open market, it was argued in a lecture on campus last week. As part of the Department of Political Science’s ongoing “Our North America Speakers Series,” John Scott from Mexico City’s Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, and Jay Johnson, a political science PhD student, gave a well-received talk Thursday afternoon on NAFTA and its effects in Mexico. Essentially, argued Scott, the benefits of free trade...
  • Interesting Historical Quotes... In support of "World Government"

    06/01/2004 6:21:35 AM PDT · by MindFire · 13 replies · 11,652+ views
    Dennis Cuddy PhD
    Isn't it interesting how so many people (usually people who were dumbed-down in socialistic public schools) claim that the concept of world govt is "all made up", "make believe", "wild tin-foil conspiracy theory"? I suppose all of the people listed below, the books and articles they wrote, and the newspaper /tv interviews are 'made up and make believe'? lol. The New World Order - Chronology Pt. 2 D. L. Cuddy, Ph.D. Arranged and Edited by John Loeffler March 1,1962 -- Sen. Clark speaking on the floor of the Senate about PL 87-297 which calls for the disbanding of all armed...
  • Redefining national sovereignty: Henry Lamb warns of U.N.'s goal to negate self-determination

    04/16/2004 10:56:44 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 5 replies · 200+ views ^ | Saturday, April 17, 2004 | Henry Lamb
    Responding to a constituent's request to oppose the Law of the Seas Treaty, Sen. Conrad Burns, R-Mont., told his constituent that the treaty did not surrender national sovereignty. When pressed for an explanation of the Senator's claim, when Article 2(3) clearly says that "sovereignty over the territorial sea is exercised subject to this Convention ...," the senator's staff said, "We'll have to get back to you on that." After three phone calls over seven days, Myron Nordquist responded, not to speak for the senator, but as an adviser to the senator. He says that Article 2(3) does not surrender national...