Tuesday, July 13, 2010

another promising birthday tomorrow? Solana praised as "giant", "great among greats"

July 13, Madrid: "The chairman of the committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament, Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, has advocated today for a (Spanish) unit specializing in political and administrative monitoring of EU affairs, regardless of rank that the Government wants to give.
During a breakfast briefing of the New Economy Forum, which took stock of the half-Spanish EU presidency, Lopez Aguilar has referred to the announcement by the (Spanish) Ministry of Foreign Affairs to abolish the State Secretariat of the EU...
Another aspect that was alarming was the "emerging threat" of all forms of reactionary and regressive populism, the resurgence of nationalism most exalted, xenophobic, and openly anti-European. To address all these weaknesses, Lopez Aguilar has called for "more Europe".
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When asked about the future of former foreign head of the EU, Javier Solana, Lopez Aguilar has been shown to be ensure that one can "expect a lot" of this "great among greats," convinced that we can count on his availability for future responsibilities." Link

July 13, Madrid: "...SOLANA MAY HAVE FUTURE RESPONSIBILITIES

In any case, do not think they can complain that the EU has missed Solana, after having had the 'Mr CFSP' for 10 years, and that after another five at the head of NATO. In addition, he has described him as "giant with a firm step" and assured that "he can do more."

"We can expect a lot from him and while on duty, as it is, we can count on his availability for future responsibilities," he added, without specifying whether he was referring to responsibilities at European level." Link

"Solana is one of those Chinese vases, very valuable, but nobody knows what to do with them. "He is a great among greats, a heavyweight, "said Lopez Aguilar...." I think he can give much more of himself and we count on him for future responsibilities. " Link

Meanwhile in the US President Obama makes his name more popular: Spains "Abengoa Solar’s “Solana” project will build a large solar thermal electric power plant near Gila Bend, Arizona, the $1.45 billion in (conditional loan) funding needed for the project making up the larger portion of the $2 billion guaranteed by Federal Recovery funds. The construction of the Solana project will not only create 1600 jobs in Arizona, it will also increase the number of “jobs in communities and states up and down the supply chain,” as at least 70 percent of the components needed to construct the plant will be purchased from manufacturers right here in the U.S.

As the President observed, “this plant will be the first large-scale solar plant in the U.S. to actually store the energy it generates for later use” through solar thermal technology, also known as Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) for the way the solar energy is collected. When completed, on its site 70 miles south of Phoenix, the Gila Bend solar thermal power plant will generate 280 megawatts of power ~ enough to power 70,000 homes." Link, "Abengoa - Solar Power for a Sustainable World"

giants, heavyweights, power stations, megawatts...phoenix rising again?

Jesus Christ explained to his apostles what events would immediately precede his second coming, "It shall be exactly as in the days before Noah entered the ark". Matt 24:38 , Luke 17:27. "In those days giants were in the earth, the men of renown of whom ancient tales are told". Gen 6.

stay tuned! farmer

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