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  • On Mon, 29 Jun 2015, 9:51am PDT in Greece should just say NO to the Euro, Entitlemented said:

    Sirs/Madams,

    Was only recent reading the Tzisvaki was part of the Communist Party of Greece.

    Will this be a new Putinesca recipe?

  • On Mon, 29 Jun 2015, 9:26am PDT in Greece should just say NO to the Euro, Entitlemented said:

    Upon the Christmas of 1999, I was in the UK with my relatives.

    At that time, I wondered if the Euro would survive, and if some of the less disciplined states would cause imbalances in the new currency.

  • On Wed, 24 Jun 2015, 3:32pm PDT in Economists Find China Killing U.S. Factory Jobs, Entitlemented said:

    "A new objective in the proposed BCTPA would seek to negotiate the prevention and elimination
    of government involvement in violations of IPR such as cybertheft or piracy. The enhanced
    protection of trade secrets and proprietary information collected by governments in the
    furtherance of regulations are contained in the negotiating objective on regulatory coherence."

    So in other words if there is Cybertheft no government can intervene??? What is the TPP promoting Cybertheft then?
    Is this legal or constitutional?

    Montesquie: " This temper in a free nation is extremely proper for disconcerting the projects of tyranny,24 which is always slow and feeble in its commencement, as in the end it is active and lively; which at first only stretches out a hand to assist, and exerts afterwards a multitude of arms to oppress.

    Slavery is ever preceded by sleep. But a people who find no rest in any situation, who continually explore every part, and feel nothing but pain, can hardly be lulled to sleep.

    Politics is a smooth file, which cuts gradually, and attains its end by a slow progression. Now the people of whom we have been speaking are incapable of bearing the delays, the details, and the coolness of negotiations: in these they are more unlikely to succeed than any other nation; hence they are apt to lose by treaties what they obtain by their arms."

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