Tuesday, November 30, 2010

congress update

"Solana has downplayed the weight of national sovereignty in a globalized world, which should join forces, and called for "intervention into the sovereignty of the countries that do not respect international agreements" on issues like climate change or the proliferation of nuclear weapons" Link

"The man who has been in the mix of high international diplomacy in the last two decades has confirmed the truth of the secret documents published by Wikileaks U.S. The former secretary general of NATO and former High Representative of the European Union, Javier Solana, has said what was published "is nothing that I do not know. That's all I knew, but now its black and white and in public."...However, he regretted the publication. " "I'd rather wished it had not happened." At a conference in Girona in the Third Meeting of the Spanish Confederation of Directors and Executives (CEDE), he warned that it will produce two effects: a change in traditional diplomacy, it will be more difficult to work with the messengers, and the custody of documents, because "this has not been hackerism, but someone has made copies and published them."Link

Monday, November 29, 2010

command and conquer congress

CEDE includes more than 1,000 executives in its annual meeting

Saturday, November 20, 2010

the action crowd

"With the presence of the governor of the state of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto and the President of Mexico, Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, and important figures of national and international level, on Sunday started the eighth edition of "Mexico Business Summit," which was held from 2010, 24 to 26 October in Mexico State Institute of Culture, under the title "Time to take off: Actions for change."

The program includes keynote lectures Calderon and former U.S. President, William J. Clinton, the President of the Board of Grupo Carso, Carlos Slim, the writer Carlos Fuentes (farmer: see my post drugs controlled by JS) , founder of the Club of Budapest, Ervin Laszlo*, as well as the Director General of Pemex, Juan José Suárez Coppel.

Special guests at the event, attended by the governor of Nuevo León, Rodrigo Medina de la Cruz, the PRI's national president, Beatriz Paredes, the governor-elect of Sinaloa, Mario López Valdez, in addition to international figures such as Louis Gallois, president of EADS France, Pierre Beaudoin, president of Bombardier, Avner Adin, President of the Israeli Water Association, among others.."LINK Programm: Link

*If this name is new to you and you are interested in why this is so alarming, see the satanic ideology of German Branch of Club of Budapest Deputy Heinrich Elijah Benedikt here: The Cult of Heinrich Elijahu Benedikt. (Other Club of Budapest Members: Paolo Coelho, Michael Gorbatchev, Desmond Tutu (AoC), Federico Mayor(AoC), Edgar Mitchell, Muhammad Yunus, Genscher, Richard von Weizäcker, Göncs Arpád, Dalai Lama. It links with the Institute of Noetic Sciences). Ervin Laszlo is also founding member of mankind reduction "Club of Rome" (with Solana).

"Rome, November 15 - (Adnkronos) - Born in the aftermath of the G20 in Seoul on 'World Council of 20', the Council WorldShift on the G-20, which serves as a sort of shadow government dell'assise since 2008 welcomes the top 20 economies world. The ambitious goal of Ws20: raise these economies and the public on issues of ethics and sustainability. And to achieve this milestone, twenty of the most eminent personalities in the world have decided to get together to form a 'Council of Ethics' G-20, with the aim of laying the foundations for a real conscious development of the planet.

The first steps of WorldShift Council on the G-20 (Ws20) were moved last June, to coincide with the Toronto meetings of the G-20. But the movement is now aiming straight interest in the potential of a "new civilization that can live in harmony, prosperity and peace with itself and with the environment".

The Ws20 also began as a holistic response to the G-20 and aims to provide a comprehensive and sustainable management for the choices of the G-20, too often the only economic orientation. Members of the Council WordShift "are distinguished for exemplary ethic" said the shadow government of the 20 largest in the world. The team is also a representative of Italy, Marco Roveda, founder and president of LifeGate. "I am very proud to be actively involved in this initiative that aims to promote a new lifestyle," says Roveda ADNKRONOS.

Fed the other members of the team Ws20, composed by Jose Arguelles, Deepak Chopra, Jim Garrison, Jonathan Granoff, Hazel Henderson, Jean Houston, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Min Jiayin, Ervin Laszlo, Federico Mayor (Alliance of Civilasations), Edgar Mitchell, Tomoyo Nonaka, Paul Ray Douglas Roche, Peter Russell, Masami Saionji, Marilyn Schlitz, Karan Singh and Hiroshi Tasaka.

Each of them was asked to comment, contribute, a statement on society, values and approach to the world.All these statements together constitute the seeds of the draft of what will be the first 'Statement of WS-20' which will be presented Nov. 21 next to Hong Kong, under the umbrella of Asia Consciousness Festival."There is no holistic view of e-Roveda-states still need to redefine the main objectives, namely: rebalance the ecosystem, restore confidence in the economy in the future through people-planet-profit."

"This would be to remake the world-go-again. As in a war where you rebuild everything. It is known that in war there is a large flourishing economy." The main effort, Roveda concludes, "is to make the big decision-makers to identify and to focus the 'cause'. For example, today there are numerous incentives and subsidies, but there are no funds to disseminate the values of the new civilization.'s why you need that arise from globalization a better world. Globalization is a challenge we are well prepared to face them. " Link

LA VALETTA--Ministers of foreign affairs and representatives of governments
of 40 countries around the Mediterranean, and international organizations
met on November 9th, in La Valetta,Malta, to agree on a
UN Alliance of Civilizations regional strategy and
action plan on intercultural cooperation for the

The UNAOC Regional Strategy for the Mediterranean will convene
relevant cultural, economic, social, and political actors to promote mutual
understanding and improve mutual perceptions. It will aim to defuse
cross-cultural tensions, bridge divides,
and enhance security, human development, and intercultural dialogue among
societies, institutions and individuals in the region.

The strategy will help generate joint ownership of these goals among
key stakeholders.
It will further a culture of peace through an enhanced framework for policy
development, provide new opportunities to on-the-ground projects,
link innovative
initiatives across regions, and promote people-to-people contacts and
By building grassroots civil society capacity and relations across borders,
the strategy may also help spur progress in the
Middle East peace process.

“We need to create new opportunities for new experiences and
interaction to
build a brighter future for peoples in the Mediterranean region,”
UN Alliance of Civilizations, President Jorge Sampaio said.
“Transcending our present difficulties in living together is an obligation.
Governments, international organizations, key sectors of
civil society,
faith based organizations, the youth and the media,
we all bear a joint responsibility for achieving results and making a
difference” Link

EuroMed-2030: A forward look on the

long-term challenges

for the Mediterranean area

December 16, 2010
Charlemagne building, room Sicco Mansholt, Brussels

"This conference is aimed at analysing the main trends, tensions and

possible transitions

in the EuroMed region up to 2030. It builds on the work performed by the

EuroMed-2030 Expert Group established by the European Commission under the

Foresight activity of the Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities theme of the

7th Research Framework Programme". Link Programm

stay tuned!


knight of freedom: the clock is ticking


Javier Solana received the "Knight of Freedom" award in Warsaw today

"Former head of EU foreign policy Javier Solana on Saturday received in Warsaw the "Knight of Freedom" award, awarded by the Kazimierza Pulaski foundation for promoting freedom, justice and democracy.

The award ceremony was organized by the European Academy of Diplomacy and the Pulaski Foundation.

Receiving the award Solana stressed the "very special relationship" linking him with Poland. He expressed satisfaction that, as EU foreign policy chief had the privilege of "being at the right time and right place, when the doors of the European Union and NATO have opened up for the Polish" (1, May 2004 and 12 March 1999). According to him, Poland is a very important member of both organizations.

Solana has said that the EU is "one of the most beautiful creations," which emerged after World War II. He stressed that today no country can solve its problems in isolation from other countries.

- Contemporary Issues are global, so the solutions must be global - he said. In his view, the countries of Europe can meet these challenges through cooperation within the EU."

(farmer from the panel discussion livestream: Solana also praised the international organisations like UN and that there is a "phantastic level of cooperation you cannot imagine...including during the financial crisis". He urged the young listeners (students): "You belong to a country that is very important. Please believe it and behave in this sense, with the responsibility that comes along with it. You have an important role to play" and that "in the world of today, at timea of globalisation, it is fantasy to think, that a single country, even the biggest country of the EU, would count without the common building. This was the building that was build a long time ago. You did not experience the tragedies. You enjoy its benefits today. My message is: Love it. Feel it. It is yours. It is the best thing that could happen to all of us. Outside it is very cold. Inside it is very warm. Let's keep it together. You and your country are so close to my heart."

OF COURSE JAVIER SOLANA TALKS ABOUT HIS COUNCIL OF FOREIGN RELATIONS/BROOKINGS EUPHEMISTIC PRINCIPLE OF "RESPONSIBLE SOUVREIGNITY" here: that countries will just "functioning" in giving their power to international organisations. Read about it more here: Link) What term is here more fitting than flattery? (Wikipedia: "Flattery (also called adulation or blandishment) is the act of giving excessive compliments, generally for the purpose of ingratiating oneself with the subject.")

"Knight of Freedom Prizes are awarded since 2006, "for outstanding figures who have contributed to promoting the values underlying Gen. Kazimierza Pulaski, i.e. freedom, justice and democracy. "

Winners are awarded with hand made replicas of Karabakh (saber),of officers from the eighteenth century. The winners of the prizes were so far: former Foreign Minister Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, historian Norman Davies, the leader of the democratic opposition in Belarus Alaksandar Milinkevich, former presidents Lech Walesa and Aleksander Kwasniewski, and President of Lithuania Valdas Adamkus.

Solana was awarded the prize in 2009 together with Kwasniewski and Adamkus, but he could not answer it then". LINK

EU and U.S. must "give it the juice and out of the crisis: Solana
November 20, 2010

The former secretary of the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Javier Solana, called the U.S. and the EU to "seize the moment" at the summit on Saturday that was held in the capital of Portugal.

Madrid .- The summit between the U.S. and the European Union (EU) in Lisbon should aim to strengthen traditional and strategic alliance as "it is necessary to get our act together" because the problems that urge us are complex. The former secretary of the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Javier Solana, called the U.S. and the EU to "seize the moment" at the summit on Saturday to be held in the capital of Portugal. In this way, if you leave the crisis requires joint and coordinated actions the Spanish diplomat said... "And while we decide to collaborate, the clock is ticking," he said in an commentary in the Spanish newspaper El Pais." Link