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Old 07-28-2009, 08:36 PM   #26
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This was just released, a partially declassified document. Regarding the historic USA/UK alliance -

ISCAP DIRECTS NSA TO RELEASE COMINT HISTORY
ISCAP = Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel
http://www.fas.org/blog/secrecy/

In 2005, the National Security Agency released a partially declassified (pdf) 1952 history of communications intelligence prior to Pearl Harbor with several passages censored. But this month, the NSA released the complete text (pdf, 25pp) of the document after the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP) determined that there was no justification for continued classification of the withheld portions.

During World War II, "Collaboration with the BRITISH COMINT organization got off to a bad start so far as the Navy was concerned...," according to one newly declassified paragraph from the official history. "For several months U.S. Navy COMINT personnel thought they had been double-crossed by the British and were reluctant to go ahead with collaboration in direction finding and other matters which were greatly to England's advantage throughout 1941." Subsequent cooperation, however, proved "harmonious."
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Old 07-28-2009, 09:28 PM   #27
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Speaking of "harmony," birds on a wire, chickens in a coop, whatever [ducks in a row]- Stephen Harper (Canada) has also been pushing for free trade with Colombia in S.America too.

Re mining, cocaine, the Americas ...

Stephen Harper's Free Trade Mantra: Hush, Rush, and Sign
http://mostlywater.org/stephen_harpe..._rush_and_sign

Stephen Harper's bizarre logic of free trade with Colombia
http://www.nupge.ca/news_2008/n13ja08b.htm

Harper touts free trade, shies away from terrorism reports in Colombia talks
http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...949/story.html
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Colombia's current government is accused of corruption, links to paramilitary death squads and drug traffickers, and state sanctioned impunity for crimes committed.
Almost 400 trade unionists have been murdered over the past five years and only 1.9% of the crimes have been solved.
Criminal networks control economic activities and political institutions in 23 of the 31 provinces.
Paramilitary terror and massacres have been used to try to dismantle Indigenous, Afro-Colombian and other social movements and vulnerable groups in order to take over their resource rich territories for the benefit of the mostly multinational extractive industries and agriculture such as "African" palm oil. Few controls exist to ensure that extractive companies behave responsibly.
Extrajudicial executions by the army are on the rise.
There are 3.8 million internally displaced people, 57% of which are women. The UN calls this the worst humanitarian disaster in the Western Hemisphere and it is growing.
Given this reality, I believe it does not make sense to negotiate a free trade deal with Colombia before measures are taken to ensure the following:
1. the rule of law and an end to impunity for crimes against union leaders, human rights defenders and the civilian population;
2. that Canadian extractive companies operating in Colombia act responsibly to the communities in which they operate;
3. that displaced communities can return to their lands;
4. that Indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities are involved and allowed a say on development projects which take place on their territories;
5. that no products, resources or other commercial goods are produced on lands illegally appropriated by drug traffickers and paramilitary groups;
6. that a trade deal does not benefit government linked criminal networks;
7. that an international business deal with Colombia or any other country fosters "fair trade", and does not only benefit international investors while worsening widespread conditions of poverty and social exclusion.
Ineffective labour and environmental side agreements with no teeth on rights and standards will do nothing to improve the situation described above.
Until you can assure the Canadian public that these concerns have been addressed please stop negotiations now.
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Old 07-29-2009, 07:00 AM   #28
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Harper chokes (again)
(there is a CDN buyer here; Harper prefers military-industrial complex & foreign owners)

Courts seen approving Nortel wireless asset sale
Tuesday July 28, 05:20 PM
http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/28072009/323...sset-sale.html

TORONTO, July 28 (Reuters) - The $1.13 billion sale of Nortel Networks' prized wireless assets to Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson (Stockholm: ERIC-B.ST - news) will likely receive the blessing of the courts on Tuesday, although it is not yet clear if it will pass Canadian government muster.

Ericsson won an auction for the key CDMA and next-generation LTE wireless technology assets of Canada's bankrupt Nortel early on Saturday, beating out Nokia Siemens Networks and private equity firm MatlinPatterson...

If approved by the courts, the deal would still need the approval of the Canadian government, which has been lobbied by BlackBerry maker Research In Motion to block the sale. RIM argues that keeping the Nortel technology in Canada is vital to national security....

TECHNOLOGY NATIONALISM?

Canada's leading political parties have waded into the debate, turning the sale into a nationalist issue and questioning how much Canada is doing to support its technology industry.

The minority Conservative government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, potentially facing an election later this year, came under increasing pressure on Tuesday from opposition parties to block the deal...

However, government officials could not say for certain if the Ericsson acquisition would be subject to a review.

On Monday, a source said that RIM, which claims Nortel blocked its $1.1 billion approach for the wireless assets last week, has held talks with Nortel about buying the next-generation wireless patents that were not part of the wireless asset sale to Ericsson.
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Compare:
Nortel now - good engineers, bad managers (offshore types)
Avro Arrow 1959 (PM Diefenbaker kills it- CDN aeronautical engineers go to US-NASA and France)
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Old 08-09-2009, 07:27 PM   #29
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Upcoming meetings -

Harper to meet with Obama, Calderon at summit
Canwest News Service August 9, 2009 11:28 AM
http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Ha...552/story.html

...Calderon and Harper were to have a one-on-one meeting Sunday, and it is expected that Calderon will press Harper to drop the recently imposed visa restrictions on Mexican nationals visiting Canada.

Harper won't get to meet one-on-one with Obama at the two-day Mexico summit. But the prime minister's office announced Friday that Harper will visit Obama at the White House on Sept. 16, a week before the two leaders head to the G20 summit in Pittsburgh.

...After the Mexico summit, Harper is scheduled to fly to Panama, where he is expected to sign a free-trade agreement with Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli. It will be the first time a Canadian prime minister has visited Panama.

Funny, I never heard anything about free trade with Panama in the news

On May 2008 the Governments of Canada and Panama agreed to participate in exploratory discussions on the possibility of a free trade agreement. The first round of negotiations took place on 29 October 2008 in Ottawa, Canada. The second was held on 1-5 December 2008, in Panama City, and the third round of negotiations took place the week of January 12-19, 2009 in Ottawa. The fourth round of free trade negotiations ended on 25 March 2009.
http://www.sice.oas.org/TPD/CAN_PAN/CAN_PAN_e.asp
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Old 08-10-2009, 02:53 AM   #30
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...After the Mexico summit, Harper is scheduled to fly to Panama, where he is expected to sign a free-trade agreement with Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli. It will be the first time a Canadian prime minister has visited Panama.

Funny, I never heard anything about free trade with Panama in the news

On May 2008 the Governments of Canada and Panama agreed to participate in exploratory discussions on the possibility of a free trade agreement. The first round of negotiations took place on 29 October 2008 in Ottawa, Canada. The second was held on 1-5 December 2008, in Panama City, and the third round of negotiations took place the week of January 12-19, 2009 in Ottawa. The fourth round of free trade negotiations ended on 25 March 2009.
http://www.sice.oas.org/TPD/CAN_PAN/CAN_PAN_e.asp[/QUOTE]
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Yes our secretive PM Harper is tiptoeing around the Mulberry Bush again keeping things to himself and those closest to him...doesn't Panama have tax free status for those who move to that country?
As for a North American Union didn't a Second Revolution start this week in the United States of America to directly oppose tyranny in any shape or form?

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Old 08-11-2009, 06:23 PM   #31
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Yes our secretive PM Harper is tiptoeing around the Mulberry Bush again keeping things to himself and those closest to him...doesn't Panama have tax free status for those who move to that country?
As for a North American Union didn't a Second Revolution start this week in the United States of America to directly oppose tyranny in any shape or form?
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Maybe that's why this meeting is happening - without the POS

Liberals, NDP spring surprise swine flu meeting
Last Updated: 11th August 2009, 12:49am
http://www.calgarysun.com/news/canad...22226-sun.html

BTW - Harper signs free trade pact with Panama
http://www.canada.com/business/fp/Ca...029/story.html

The BS Tamiflu - Rumsfeld is helping us!!
http://www.snopes.com/politics/medical/tamiflu.asp
[2006 - US Secretary of Defense owns stock in the company that owns Tamiflu]
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Old 09-03-2009, 05:56 AM   #32
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I did check up on the vid I was looking for. I didn't find it exactly (the White House guy), but here is the organization I was thinking about. FYI -

Here's a link to their site on the 'Election Fraud' page
http://www.worldproutassembly.org/ar...lection_fraud/
Ortho - I happened upon that person I was thinking of at the time. He's Alfred Webre. There are quite a few videos online that come up, including this interview I watched on Conscious Media Network. http://www.consciousmedianetwork.com/members/awebre.htm

Alfred Lambremont Webre, J.D., M.Ed. (b. May 24, 1942 on a U.S. Naval Air Station) is an author, lawyer (member of the District of Columbia Bar), futurist, peace activist, environmental activist, and a space activist who promotes the ban of space weapons. [2][3][4][5] He was a co-architect of the Space Preservation Treaty and the Space Preservation Act that was introduced to the U.S. Congress by Congressman Dennis Kucinich and is endorsed by more than 270 NGO's worldwide.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Webre
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Old 09-03-2009, 04:12 PM   #33
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Thank-you no caste. Alfred Webre is an interesting person. I believe he has collaborated with Carol Rosin regarding preventing the weaponization of space. I think I need to transition toward exopolitics. I'm not sure where to turn in this regard...but Michael Salla, Alfred Webre, Carol Rosin, Steven Greer et al...may be a good place to begin. I believe that the human race should control the human race...and not be controlled by an alien nation. Then we can cautiously interact with truly benevolent races...if they exist. All others should be expelled from this solar system...at least until they decide to become benevolent...and demonstrate conclusively that they have, indeed, become truly benevolent.

If the North American Union is based upon the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights (in an uncorrupted form)...and if a silver-based Amero is issued by a non-private central bank...I think it would be a great idea. But if it is simply another step toward a corrupt New World Order Theocracy...then I will passively fight it.

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Old 09-24-2009, 04:32 PM   #34
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Attendance list North American forum
Donald Rumsfeld, George Schultz among U.S. officials on roster
Posted: September 21, 2006
1:00 am Eastern

NORTH AMERICAN FORUM CONFIRMED PARTICIPANTS
(Internal Document, Not for Public Release)

Report dated August 31, 2006

Forum Co-Chairs:
Dr. Pedro Aspe
Hon. Peter Lougheed
Hon. George Shultz

Canadian Participants

* Col. Peter Atkinson, Special Advisor to Chief of Defence Staff

* Hon. Perrin Beatty, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters

* Mr. Peter M. Boehm, Assistant Deputy Minister, North America, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

* Mr. Thomas d'Aquino, Canadian Council of Chief Executives

* Hon. Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety, Government of Canada

* Dr. Wendy Dobson, The Institute for International Business

* Mr. N. Murray Edwards, Edco Financial Holdings Ltd.

* Mr. Ward Elcock, Deputy Minister of National Defence

* Mr. Bill Elliott, Associate Deputy Minister, Public Safety

* Dr. John English, The Cdn Centre for International Governance Innovation

* Mr. Brian Felesky, Felesky Flynn LLP

* Mr. Richard L. George, Suncor Energy Inc.

* Dr. Roger Gibbins, Canada West Foundation

* Rear Adm Roger Girouard, Commander Joint Task Force Pacific, Cdn Forces

* Major Gen Daniel Gosselin, Director General, International Security Policy

* Mr. James K. Gray, Canada West Foundation

* Mr. Fred Green, Canadian Pacific Railway

* Mr. V. Peter Harder, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

* Mr. Paul J. Hill, Harvard Developments Inc.

* General Rick Hillier, Chief of the Defence Staff

* Mr. Pierre Marc Johnston, Heenan Blaikie

* Mr. James Kinnear, Pengrowth Corporation

* Mr. Harold N. Kvisle, TransCanada Corporation

* Hon. John P. Manley, McCarthy Tetrault LLP

* Mr. Ron Mannix, Coril Holdings Ltd.

* Mr. Ron Mathison, Matco Investments

* Hon. Anne McLellan, Senior Counsel, Bennett Jones

* Hon. Greg Melchin, Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta

* Ms.Sharon Murphy, Chevron Canada

* Ms. Sheila O'Brien, President, Corporate Director, Belvedere Investments

* Hon. Gordon O'Connor, Minister of Defense, Government of Canada

* Mr. Berel Rodal, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict

* Mr. Gordon Smith, Chairman, The International Development Research Centre

American Participants

* Ms. Deborah Bolton, Political Advisor to Commander, US Northcom

* Mr. Ron T. Covais, President, The Americas, Lockheed Martin Corporation

* Sec. Kenneth W. Dam, Max Pam Professor Emeritus of American & Foreign Law and Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago Law School

* Mr. Dan Fisk, Senior Director, Western Hemisphere, National Security Council

* Sec. Ryan Henry, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy

* Ms. Carla A. Hills, Chairman & CEO, Hills & Co.

* Ms. Caryn Hollis, DASD (Acting) Western Hemisphere Affairs

* Mr. Bill Irwin , Manager - International Government Affairs; Policy, Government and Public Affairs, Chevron Corporation

* Mr. Robert G. James, President, Enterprise Asset Management Inc.

* Admiral Tim Keating, Commander, US Northern Command

* Mr. Floyd Kvamme, Chair, President's Council of Advisors on Science & Technology; Director, Centre for Global Security Res.

* Dr. Ronald F. Lehman II , Director, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

* Mr. William W. McIlhenny, Policy Planning Council for Western Hemisphere Affairs

* Dr. Peter McPherson , President, National Association of State Universities & Land-Grant Colleges

* Ms. Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute

* Dr. George Miller, Director, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

* Mr. George Nethercutt, Chairman, US Section of the Permanent Joint Board on Defense, US – Canada (Security)

* Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Journalist for Wall Street Journal (Area Specialist)

* Dr. Robert A. Pastor, Director, Center for North American Studies, American University, Washington, DC

* Dr. William Perry, Co-Director, Preventive Defense Project

* Lt. Gen. Gene Renuart, USAF Senior Military Assist. to Sec. Rumsfeld

* Mr. Eric Ruff, , Department of Defense Press Secretary

* Sec. Donald R. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, US Department of Defense

* Dr. James Schlesinger, Former Sec. Of Energy & Defense

* Mr. William Schneider, President, International Planning Services

* Sec. Clay Sell, Deputy Secretary of Energy, US Dept. of Energy

* Dr. Thomas A. Shannon, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs

* Dr. David G. Victor, Director, Program on Energy & Sustainable Development, Center for Environmental Science & Policy

* Maj. Gen. Mark A Volcheff, Director, Plans, Policy & Strategy, NORAD-NORTHCOM

* Ms. Jane Wales, President & CEO, World Affairs Council of Northern California

* Mr. R. James Woolsey, Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton

Mexican Participants:

* Emb Andr?s Rozental, (Mexican Coordinator) – Mexican Council on Foreign Relations

* Silvia Hern?ndez , Former Senator and Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on North America

* Mario Molina , , 1995 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry

* Fernando Chico Pardo , CEO, Promecap

* Juan Gallardo , , CEO, Grupo GEUSA

* Ger?nimo Guti?rrez , Deputy Foreign Minister for North America

* Luis de la Calle , Consultant. Former Deputy Minister of Economy

* Agust?n Barrios G?mez , Solutions Abroad

* Vinicio Suro, , PEMEX

* Eduardo Medina Mora , Secretary of Public Security

* Carlos Heredia , State Government of Michoac?n

* Jaime Zabludowsky , Consultant. Former trade negotiator

* Manuel Arango , CEO, Grupo Concord

* Jorge Santiba?ez , President, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

* Luis Rubio, CIDAC

* M?nica Serrano , El Colegio de M?xico, Se?or Fellow Oxford University

* Arturo Sarukhan, Coordinator of Int'l Affairs, Campaign of Felipe Calderon

* Juan Camilo Mouri?o, General Coordinator of President Elect's transition team

* Ernesto Cordero, Coordinator for Public Policy Issues Ambassadors/Consul General

* Mr. Carlos de Icaza, , Ambassador of Mexico to the United States

* Mr. Ga?tan Lavertu, Ambassador of Canada to Mexico

* Ms. Maria Teresa Garcia Segovia de Madero, Ambassador of Mexico to Canada

* Mr. Thomas Huffaker, U.S. Consul General in Calgary (on DOD's list)

* Mr. John Dickson, Deputy Chief of Mission, US Embassy in Ottawa, (representing Ambassador of US to Canada)

* Mr. Colin Robertson, Minister & Head, Washington Advocacy Secretariat, (representing Ambassador of Canada to US)
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Old 09-24-2009, 04:33 PM   #35
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North American Forum agenda
Program of secretive high-level meeting in Canada
Posted: September 21, 2006
1:00 am Eastern

Draft Detailed September 1, 2006 Agenda
Internal Document

North American Forum

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
Banff, Alberta
September 12-14, 2006

Under the Joint Chairmanship of:

The Hon. George Shultz, Former U.S. Secretary of State
The Hon. Pedro Aspe, Former Finance Minister of Mexico
The Hon. Peter Lougheed, Former Premier of Alberta

Continental Prosperity in the New Security Environment

Session I: Opening comments by Messrs. Aspe, Lougheed and Shultz

Session II: A Vision for North America: Issues and Options

Session III: Toward a North American Energy Strategy

Session IV: Opportunities for Security Cooperation in North America (Parts I and II)

Session V: Demographic and Social Dimensions of North American Integration

Session VI: Border Infrastructure and Continental Prosperity

Session VII: Roundtable Conversation with the Co-Chairs

Draft September 1, 2006 Agenda

North American Forum

The Fairmont Banff Springs
Banff, Alberta, Canada
September 12-14, 2006

Under the Joint Chairmanship of:

The Hon. George Shultz, Former U.S. Secretary of State
The Hon. Pedro Aspe, Former Finance Minister of Mexico
The Hon. Peter Lougheed, Former Premier of Alberta

Continental Prosperity in the New Security Environment

Tuesday, September 12th

3:00 to Advance Registration
4:30 pm Location: Heritage Hall

5:00 pm Registration
Location: Oval Room

5:45 pm Opening and Welcoming Reception
Location: Conservatory in the Cascade Ballroom

6:45 pm Dinner & Keynote Address
Location: Cascade Ballroom

8:00 pm Keynote Address – "Energy and Environment: a vision for North America"
Dr. Mario Molina, 1995 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Wednesday, September 13th

7:30 am Continental Breakfast & Registration
Location: Alhambra Room

8:15 am Keynote Address - Hon. Greg Melchin, Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta
Q & A 8:45 – 9:00 a.m.

9:00 am SESSION I: OPENING COMMENTS BY MESSRS. SHULTZ, ASPE AND LOUGHEED
Location: Alhambra Room

SESSION II: A VISION FOR NORTH AMERICA: ISSUES & OPTIONS
Location: Alhambra Room

9:30 am PANEL:

Moderator: Dr. Thomas A. Shannon, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs

Panelists:
Robert Pastor, Director, Center for North American Studies, American University
Roger Gibbins, President & CEO, Canada West Foundation
Andr?s Rozental, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations

10:05 am ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

10:45 am Break

SESSION III: TOWARD A NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY STRATEGY
Location: Alhambra Room

11:05 am REMARKS:
Secretary Clay Sell, Deputy Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

11:25 am PANEL:
Moderator: N. Murray Edwards, Vice Chairman, Canadian Natural Resources Limited

Panelists:
Richard George, President & CEO, Suncor Energy Inc.
David Victor, Director, Program on Energy & Sustainable Development,
Center for Environmental Science & Policy
Vinicio Suro, Planning & Evaluation Subdirector, PEMEX

12 noon ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

12:45 pm Break

1:00 pm Lunch
Location: Cascade Ballroom

1:30 pm Keynote Address: Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, US Department of Defense

SESSION IV: OPPORTUNITIES FOR SECURITY COOPERATION IN NORTH AMERICA - Military-to-military cooperation
Location: Alhambra Room

2:30 pm PANEL:
Moderator: William J. Perry, former US Secretary of Defense

Panelists:
Admiral Tim Keating, Commander NORAD/USNORTHCOM
Major General Daniel Gosselin, Director General, International Security Policy
Ger?nimo Guti?rrez, Undersecretary for North America, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

3:05 pm ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

4:00 pm Break

SESSION IV: OPPORTUNITIES FOR SECURITY COOPERATION IN NORTH AMERICA CONTINUED
Location: Alhambra Room

4:15 pm PANEL:
Moderator: William Schneider, President, International Planning Services
Panelists: Ward Elcock, Deputy Minister of National Defence
Eduardo Medina-Mora, Secretary of Public Safety
Ryan Henry, Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy

4:50 pm ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

5:45 pm Wrap-up of daytime sessions

6:30 pm Reception Location: Conservatory in the Cascade Ballroom

7:00 pm Dinner & Keynote Address
Location: Cascade Ballroom

8:10 pm Keynote Address - The Hon. Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety, Government of Canada

Thursday, September 14th

7:00 am Breakfast
Location: Alhambra Room

7:15 am Keynote Address - Floyd Kvamme, Chairman, President’s Council of Advisors on Science & Technology

Q & A – 7:40 to 8:00 a.m.

SESSION V: DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION
Location: Alhambra Room

8:00 am PANEL:
Moderator: Andr?s Rozental, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations
Panelists : Dr. Wendy Dobson, the Institute for International Business
Carlos Heredia, Chief International Affairs Advisor to the Governor of the State of Michoac?n in Mexico
Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute

8:35 am ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

9:30 am Break

SESSION VI: BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE AND CONTINENTAL PROSPERITY
Location: Alhambra Room

9:45 am PANEL:
Moderator: Hon. John P. Manley, McCarthy Tetrault LLP
Panelists:
Thomas d’Aquino, Canadian Council of Chief Executives
Carla Hills, Chairman & CEO, Hills & Co.
Luis de la Calle, Consultor

10:20 am ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

11:00 am SESSION VII: ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION WITH THE CO-CHAIRS
Location: Alhambra Room
Moderator: Jane Wales, President and CEO, World Affairs Council of Northern California
Presenters: George Shultz, Co-Chair, North American Forum
Peter Lougheed, Co-Chair, North American Forum
Pedro Aspe, Co-Chair, North American Forum

12:00 pm Adjourn

12:30 pm Informal lunch
Location: Alhambra Room
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Wow no caste! You have put a massive amount of very useful information on this thread! Thank-you!

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Wow no caste! You have put a massive amount of very useful information on this thread! Thank-you!

Namaste
Whot!! Are those happy faces, orthodoxymoron!!!!

And just when I found an article about Lucifer (though I happen to agree with 777's more internal terrain ideas) -

Is this Man Lucifer?

Starting in January, [Wes] Penre has written an astonishing five-part series about a Tennessee-based, 35-year-old playboy- tycoon who Penre says is literally the incarnation of Lucifer but "redeemed." [Penre has pulled this series- see below] It's all hush-hush and Penre's life is in danger. He has been contacted by defectors who said young Supriem David Rockefeller dictates to the likes of Henry Kissinger, Zbig Brzezinski and George H.W. Bush. He is going to save mankind by instituting a benevolent New World Order. He wants to atone for the Rebellion against God which is the source of all of mankind's problems. He wants us to accept his rule so he can clean up the mess. (Right, and I have some land in Florida...)
http://www.henrymakow.com/playboy_lu...launch_be.html

Luckily, he doesn't matter. None of them do.
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