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PostSat Dec 10, 2011 9:07 pm » by Will69ease


A French and German deal on the future of Europe

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel met French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris December 5 to agree on a plan to save the euro. The plan is a great step toward a European superstate. The two agreed to change EU treaties to introduce “immediate,” “automatic” sanctions for nations with a budget deficit of over 3 percent of gdp. They also want to make nations legally obliged to balance their budgets, and change voting rules so bailout funds would be controlled by majority voting, not unanimous agreement. The two said they preferred a treaty change for all 27 EU members, but if some non-eurozone members, like Britain, caused a problem, they would push ahead with only the 17 eurozone nations. They hope to complete the treaty changes by March. The two nations on December 7 also called for harmonizing corporate tax rates across the eurozone. The Portuguese newspaper Público wrote, “Germany is preparing to Germanize Europe.” It said that under the agreement, “Even if we accept that we will have to ‘reinforce and harmonize’ fiscal and budgetary integration in the eurozone, the Merkozy couple’s demands are reminiscent of war reparations. The defeated and afflicted will have to fulfill more and more requirements, but there is no requirement for effort, money or solidarity to help them.” Getting the proposals approved by even the 17, however, could be impossible. Finland’s constitutional law committee ruled that the Franco-German proposal would be unconstitutional. Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has warned that if EU leaders do not reach an agreement, eurozone nations could lose their triple-A rating.
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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 7:35 am » by Will69ease


China’s president urges navy to prepare for combat
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Chinese President Hu Jintao urged the Chinese navy on Tuesday to make ready for military combat. The navy should “accelerate its transformation and modernization in a sturdy way, and make extended preparations for military combat in order to make greater contributions to safeguard national security,” Hu said. “Our work must closely encircle the main theme of national defense and military building.” His statement comes amid concerns by the U.S. and China’s neighbors over Beijing’s naval ambitions, especially in the South China Sea. Several Asian countries have competing claims over parts of the South China Sea, home to vast oil and gas reserves, but Beijing claims ownership of the entire area. China’s 2.3 million-man People’s Liberation Army, the largest military in the world, is predominantly a land force. But China’s navy will take on an increasingly crucial role as the country becomes more assertive in its territorial claims.
http://news.yahoo.com/chinas-hu-urges-n ... 09787.html

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 8:00 am » by The57ironman


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deuem wrote:As my friend used to say, You are busier than a one armed wall paper hanger.
Watch out ABC, CBS, NBC, Will is on the air. WEN Channel 69... yea! (will ease news)
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Thanks! I get the feeling most of the viewers don't understand the ramifications of the news that I am posting.

:mrgreen: .......ramification understanding in process.... :mrgreen:

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 8:04 am » by Will69ease


Chinese admiral threatens world war to protect Iran from the West
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gives a speech to mark 'Iran Day' during a visit to the World Expo in Shanghai on June 11, 2010. (AFP/Getty Images)

As the U.S. and Europe struggle to find ways to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, a high-ranking Chinese military official threatened world war on Sunday in order to protect the Islamic Republic. Chinese Rear Adm. Zhang Zhaozhong said, “China will not hesitate to protect Iran even with a third world war.” Zhang serves as director of China’s National Defense University Military Logistics and Equipment Department, and runs nationalistic military blogs read by millions. In recent months, Zhang also said Beijing is willing to open up a land passage to Pakistan so that it can aid Iran directly. Beijing imports 10 percent of its crude oil from Iran, making the Islamic Republic China’s third-largest supplier. As Beijing’s power and thirst for oil intensify, it will become increasingly belligerent toward Western powers.
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/china-n ... 54434.html

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 9:30 am » by Will69ease


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An Afghan girl cries while surrounded by the dead and injured after explosions during a religious ceremony in the center of Kabul on Dec. 6. At least 30 people were killed in an explosion at a shrine where Shiite Muslims were marking Ashura on Tuesday.

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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 1:31 pm » by Deuem


will69ease wrote:Chinese admiral threatens world war to protect Iran from the West
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gives a speech to mark 'Iran Day' during a visit to the World Expo in Shanghai on June 11, 2010. (AFP/Getty Images)

As the U.S. and Europe struggle to find ways to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, a high-ranking Chinese military official threatened world war on Sunday in order to protect the Islamic Republic. Chinese Rear Adm. Zhang Zhaozhong said, “China will not hesitate to protect Iran even with a third world war.” Zhang serves as director of China’s National Defense University Military Logistics and Equipment Department, and runs nationalistic military blogs read by millions. In recent months, Zhang also said Beijing is willing to open up a land passage to Pakistan so that it can aid Iran directly. Beijing imports 10 percent of its crude oil from Iran, making the Islamic Republic China’s third-largest supplier. As Beijing’s power and thirst for oil intensify, it will become increasingly belligerent toward Western powers.
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/china-n ... 54434.html


Here we go again, more WAR over OIL. Come on free power! These oil guys are going to kill us all. If only we all could get free energy, ( a little help from Aliens would be nice ) not one single country would care less about these oil fields. Even better they would all go back to being peaceful countries and a lot of hate would go away. ( maybe )
Oil, Money, Power, Hate, War a vicious cycle.
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PostMon Dec 12, 2011 4:24 pm » by Will69ease


deuem wrote:Here we go again, more WAR over OIL. Come on free power! These oil guys are going to kill us all. If only we all could get free energy, ( a little help from Aliens would be nice ) not one single country would care less about these oil fields. Even better they would all go back to being peaceful countries and a lot of hate would go away. ( maybe )
Oil, Money, Power, Hate, War a vicious cycle.
Deuem :cheers:

Speaking of which...
China makes a move on South Sudanese oil

China sent a special envoy to Juba on Wednesday to try to break a deadlock between Sudan and its former territory South Sudan, which appear to be on the brink of a renewed conflict over oil rights. The economies of the two Sudans remain intertwined due to the fact that South Sudan has the majority of the region’s oil fields and Sudan has the majority of the region’s pipeline infrastructure. As a major buyer of Sudanese oil, China has a vested interest in ensuring that oil from the south keeps flowing northward to ports on the Red Sea. French oil company Total is also trying to get at South Sudan’s oil by proposing a new pipeline to run through Uganda to the Kenyan coast. Expect competition between Europe and China over Africa’s natural resources to increase in the near future.
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PostTue Dec 13, 2011 4:25 am » by Will69ease


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PostTue Dec 13, 2011 6:48 am » by Will69ease


Latin America gives the U.S. the cold shoulder:
The United States was humiliated last week when it was excluded from a new organization representing both Latin America and the Caribbean states. The 33 nations of the new Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (celac) met on Friday of last week to discuss ways to establish their economic independence from Washington. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez set the tone for the meeting when he said, “The Monroe Doctrine was imposed here: America for Americans, the Yankees,” adding, “They imposed their will during 200 years, but that’s enough.” As tensions between the U.S. and Latin America increase, expect the entire region south of the Rio Grande River to increasingly look to Europe as a trade partner.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/internatio ... 689823.ece

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PostTue Dec 13, 2011 9:17 am » by Absolute


the PTB control china,iran,russian,usa,europe etc... there is no us vs them... its all an illusion. You are simply perpetuating fear mongering. The PTB want world war 3... and it all depends if they can ramp up enough fear and hate in the masses to have one.

Without the masses there is no war.


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