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Diabolical Plan to Make Rich Richer E-mail
Posted by Dragonslayer   
Friday, 15 June 2018 11:58
Stop standing around like deer in the headlights...Stop this process from happening.
  1. Start World Trade War
  2. Invite foreign companies to move to US to avoid Tariffs
  3. Create poor working class using immigrant children from Walmart detainees
  4. Add the new factories to the detained centres so that detainees can live in Walmart barracks and work in factories next door.
  5. Nationalize these new industries and get buddies to run them thus creating a rich American oligarchy just like Russia

Bonus...Donald Chump gets his wall created by building Walmarts along the border using cheap child labour.  That's how he can get Mexico to pay for his wall

Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2018 12:41
Posted by Joan Russow   
Friday, 15 June 2018 10:40

Finally counrtries are moving to ban genetically engineered food and crops, and refusing to enter into trade agreements with countries that produce GE food and crops. I have been circulating this petition for years

by Joan Russow Global Compliance Research Projecr, Ecological Rights Association *

Please circulate on e-mail

To sign a petition on facebook please go to Change.org 

Genetically engineered food and crops have contaminated the Global food system and undermined food security and must be banned.
The institutional Collusion, in relation to genetically engineered food and crops, among corporations, governments, universities and regulatory agencies has been endemic; this collusion has sadly spread to certain scientific publications.  For the sake of food security for present and future generations: (i) this collusion must end; (ii) the precautionary principle must be invoked, (iv) genetically engineered food and crops, banned; (v) the charters of Monsanto et al, revoked; and (vi) charges of gross/criminal negligence against these corporations, levied.
We are living in a wake of corporate/government/university/ negligence from previous harmful substances that were once deemed safe for human health and the environment. Given the unattended consequences of genetically engineered foods and crops, and the global commitment to the precautionary principle, it becomes imperative to institute a complete ban on genetically engineered foods and crops. There is sufficient emerging scientific evidence to justify the banning to prohibit all further production and export of genetically engineered foods and crops.  
Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2018 10:50
Japan suspends sale of Canadian wheat after GMO wheat found in Alberta E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Friday, 15 June 2018 10:13
bY Yuka Obayashi, Rod Nickel
TOKYO/WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Japan’s farm ministry said on Friday it has suspended its tender and sale of wheat from Canada after grain containing a genetically modified trait was discovered last summer in Canada’s Alberta province.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said on Thursday the wheat containing a genetically modified trait, developed by Monsanto Co (BAYGn.DE) to tolerate the Roundup weed-killer, was discovered in Alberta.
“We are suspending the tender and sale of Canadian wheat until we confirm that the Canadian wheat that Japan buys contains no GMO,” an official at the Japanese farm ministry said.
Italy won't ratify EU free-trade deal with Canada, says new farm ministertaly won't ratify EU free-trade deal with Canada, says new farm minister E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Thursday, 14 June 2018 08:38
All 28 EU member states must approve the agreement for it to take full effect
Thomson Reuters · Posted: Jun 14, 2018 9:13 AM ET | Last Updated: an hour ago
Quality control employee Fabrizio Giberti inspects a Parmigiano Reggiano Parmesan cheese wheel amongst those stacked in the Credito Emiliano bank temperature-controlled vault, in Montecavolo, near Reggio Emilia, Italy, Thursday Aug. 20, 2009. In the 28-member European Union, Italy has the most food products with PDO and PGI labels, including Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and Prosciutto di Parma ham. (The Associated Press)
Italy will not ratify the European Union's free trade agreement with Canada, its new agriculture minister said on Thursday, ratcheting up an international trade spat and potentially scuppering the EU's biggest accord in years.
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is the first major trade deal the European Union has signed since it began implementing its South Korea agreement in 2011.
All 28 EU member states must approve the agreement for it to take full effect.
Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2018 10:12
World Conquest 101 E-mail
Posted by Dragonslayer   
Tuesday, 12 June 2018 10:01
  1. Disrupt Cultural norms (class warfare)
  2. Create privaledged class
  3. Give  business free reign
  4. Destroy world economic trade order
  5. Destroy world military alliance order
  6. Build military and trade alliances with weaker enemies
  7. Eat up old world order with military
  8. Use new global order to create self as "World Ruler"
Pope warns oil executives: Climate change may ‘destroy civilization’ E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Saturday, 09 June 2018 08:39
BY AVERY ANAPOL - 06/09/18 07:21 AM EDT  1,549
Pope warns oil executives: Climate change may ‘destroy civilization’
© Getty Images
Pope warns oil executives: Climate change may ‘destroy civilization’
© Getty Images
Pope Francis on Saturday issued a dire warning to top oil executives, saying that climate change could “destroy civilization.”
At a two-day conference at the Vatican, the pope called climate change a challenge of “epochal proportions,” according to Reuters.
He also said that the world must move toward using clean energy and a reduction in the use of fossil fuels.
“Civilization requires energy but energy use must not destroy civilization,” Francis said.
Oilsands crude headed for price shock in 2020 due to new fuel standards E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Friday, 08 June 2018 18:34
The coming marine shipping rules could double or even triple the discount on heavy oil, pushing it much wider than the US$30 a barrel discount from earlier this year
Raw oilsands. Tighter pollution rules by the International Maritime Organization is expected to wallop prices for heavy oil containing high levels of sulphur.Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press
The Canadian Press
Dan Healing
http://business.financialpost.com/commodities/energy/new-marine-fuel-standards-expected-to-hit-prices-for-oilsands-crude-in-2020June 7, 2018
1:43 PM EDT
CALGARY — Canada’s oilsands industry, hard hit by a price storm this year, could be sailing straight into a pricing typhoon stirred up by new fuel standards for the international shipping industry.
The tighter pollution rules by the International Maritime Organization, dubbed IMO 2020, are set to take effect Jan. 1, 2020, resulting in the sulphur content limit of “bunker” fuel on ships dropping from 3.5 per cent to just 0.5 per cent.
The switch is expected to wallop prices for heavy oil containing high levels of sulphur — exactly the kind of the raw bitumen that makes up about half of Canada’s 4.4 million barrels per day of crude oil production.
“It’s bad news for any producers of heavy, sour crude oil,” said Martin Tallett, president of Massachusetts-based oil market research firm EnSys Energy.
“The shock is going to go through the system and affect all products, all regions.”
Alberta oilsands waste exported by American refineries to pollution-choked India E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 10:15

By the Associated Press · Posted: Dec 01, 2017 9:25 AM MT | Last Updated: December 1, 2017

'We should not become the dust bin of the rest of the world'
U.S. oil refineries that are unable to sell a dirty fuel waste product at home are exporting vast quantities of it to India instead.(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File) (The Associated Press)
U.S. oil refineries that are unable to sell a dirty fuel waste product at home are exporting vast quantities of it to India instead.
Petroleum coke, the bottom-of-the-barrel leftover from refining Canadian oilsands crude and other heavy oils, is cheaper and burns hotter than coal. But it also contains more planet-warming carbon and far more heart- and lung-damaging sulfur — a key reason few American companies use it.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 June 2018 14:42
Poet and accomplished foreign minister elected to be President of the UN General Assembly E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 04:26
By Alan Ware

The United Nations yesterday (June 5, 2018) elected Ecuador Foreign Minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa to be the incoming President of the UN General Assembly. She will become the 73rd person, and the fourth woman ever, to hold the UNGA presidency.

Sra Espinosa is a former Defence Minister, Ambassador to the UN in Geneva and an accomplished poet, having published five volumes of poetry and receiving the Ecuadorian National Poetry Prize in 1990.

Sra Espinosa has also been a long-time advocate for peace, human rights, nuclear disarmament and environmental protection. She serves as a Council Member of the influential World Future Council, and has partnered in a number of events and initiatives with key international peace and disarmament organisations including Abolition 2000Basel Peace OfficeParliamentarians for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament  and UNFOLD ZERO.

During her term as Ecuador Ambassador to the UN in Geneva, for example, she co-hosted a number of nuclear disarmament events with these NGOs at the UN, including some of the annual commemoration events for the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.

South African Lawsuit Could Bring Sweeping Changes to Land and Mining Rights E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Tuesday, 05 June 2018 18:26
By Mark Olalde
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Amadiba residents gather to oppose a mine that has the support of a local chief and that has gained approval from the minerals department. Photo courtesy of Nonhle Mbuthuma
Residents of the Eastern Cape's Amadiba coastal area gather in September 2015. Many fear mining would threaten their way of life by destroying grazing land and creating rifts in the community. Courtesy: Nonhle Mbuthuma
PRETORIA, Jun 5 2018 (IPS) - South Africans await judgement to be handed down in a court case that could set a sweeping precedent by empowering communities on communal land with the right to reject new mining projects.
Calling the case a referendum on “the right to say no,” residents of several rural villages along the country’s eastern coast are asking the court to reinterpret current minerals extraction legislation to compel mining companies to gain explicit community consent prior to breaking ground on new operations.
The court case, for which arguments were heard in late April in Pretoria, stems from a dispute over a proposed titanium mine that has raged for more than a decade in the country’s rural Eastern Cape province in an area known as the “Wild Coast.” The project has pitted Australian mining company Mineral Commodities Ltd against a group of five local villages, collectively known as Amadiba. Locals consistently turned back the company’s attempts to mine, but bouts of violence have left several people dead.
An Evening of One Planet Storytelling with Pooran Desai E-mail
Posted by Joan Russow   
Tuesday, 05 June 2018 16:25
Date & Time: June 20, 2018 (7:00pm - 9:00pm)
Category: Saanich Community Events (See all events in this category)
Join us for a conversation about the One Planet Saanich initiative
Hear stories from around the world about businesses, schools and communities that are driving change using the One Planet Living framework.
The One Planet Living principles - from health and happiness and sustainable food to zero carbon energy - provide a common language to talk about sustainability and drive change.
?The District of Saanich and other Saanich stakeholders - including schools and businesses - are participating in the One Planet Cities Initiative along with three other cities from around the world.
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