Sunday, 28 March 2010

If the US declares economic war on China, we should all tremble
China and Germany exploit the global system without accepting reciprocal responsibilities to manage it. It cannot go on

Special relationship between UK and US is over, MPs say

Darling's box of tricks could have been worse, but we're still in trouble

Defence industry 'could shrink by 70pc'
Britain's £35bn defence industry could shrink by up to 70pc if the next Government continues to cut research and equipment spending and fails to back defence exports.

Financial Fraud on Wall Street
The re-nomination of Ben Bernanke, as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, has to be one of the ultimate political insults, particularly coming from Republicans, as did his predecessor, Alan Greenspan, both have taken America and the world down the sewer. Ben Bernanke saved Wall Street, the banks, insurance companies and a myriad of other financial firms.

Citizens United Against Citizens United

The trillion-dollar question is: who will now lead the climate battle?
Political and business leaders gather this week in an attempt to revive the world's faltering challenge to global warming. But they face a battle to lift the cloud of scepticism that has descended over climate science and chart a new way forward

Labour MPs ‘will quit to claim £65k golden handshake’

Labour's secret plans to axe tens of thousands of NHS jobs

S. 3081... The McCain-Lieberman Police State Act
If enacted, it will advance what this writer addressed in a December 2007 article titled, “Police State America – A Look Back and Ahead,” covering numerous Bush administration laws, Executive Orders (EOs), National and Homeland Security Presidential Directives, edicts, and various illegal acts targeting designated domestic and foreign adversaries, dissent, civil liberties, human rights, and other democratic freedoms.

Who dares slay the public sector monster?
Business has greeted Alistair Darling’s budget with a mixture of despair and disbelief as his refusal to reduce public spending and cut the national debt will hamper efforts to deliver growth

America and China, the Next Major War
In the current phase of relative peace and stability we now enjoy, many are questioning when the next major war may occur and speculation is rampant as to major participants involved. Our concern here is strictly of a financial nature, however, and a discussion of the geopolitical and military variables involved in the escalation of war is beyond the scope of this commentary. But what we can divine from financial history is that “hot” wars in a military sense often emerge from trade wars. As we shall see, the elements for what could prove to be a trade war of epic proportions are already in place and the key figures are easily identifiable.

A question every voter should ask candidates in the coming UK general election
Stuart Littlewood says that the forthcoming UK general election will be an opportunity for the British public to call to account those politicians – Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat – who are “cabbing”, or “stooging”, for a foreign power, Israel.

UN climate change chief Rajendra Pachauri says sorry — and switches to neutral
The outspoken chairman of the UN’s climate change body is to adopt a neutral advisory role and has agreed to stop making statements demanding new taxes and other radical policies on cutting emissions.

Are We Selfish Individuals or an Empathic Society? The Answer Could Determine Whether We Have a Future
The industrial age built on and propelled by fossil fuels is coming to an end. What replaces it is at the center of our fight for survival.

Russians prepare £1bn grab for UK fuel supplies
GAZPROM, Russia’s state-owned gas giant, is preparing an audacious bid to become one of the biggest fuel suppliers in Britain.

Mainstream Media Ignores Climategate
Ah, Spring! The days grow longer and warmer. Trees begin to sprout leaves again. Early flowers like crocuses begin to appear. Birds return to serenade each other and build nests. It is a time of renewal, an annual reminder of the Earth’s capacity to shake off the hibernation of winter and regenerate itself.

What I have also noticed since the revelations in November 2009 that the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change data had been deliberately falsified to justify claims of “global warming” is the return in the media of the usual idiotic claims that “global warming” is causing this and that.


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