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5/18/2009  Bilderberg 2009 Attendee List
Dutch Queen Beatrix Queen Sofia of Spain Prince Constantijn (Belgian Prince) Prince Philippe Etienne Ntavinion, Belgium Étienne, Viscount Davignon, Belgium (former vice-president of the European Commission) Josef Ackermann (Swiss banker and CEO of Deutsche Bank) Keith B. Alexander, United States (Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, Director of the National Security Agency) Roger Altman, United States (investment banker, former U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary under Bill Clinton) Georgios A. Arapoglou, Greece (Governor of National Bank of Greece) Ali Babaca , Turkey (Deputy Prime Minister responsible for economy) Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Portugal (former Prime Minister of Portugal) ...
(Prison Planet)
posted: 5/18/09                   9       47
keywords: Alexander Bompar, Alexander Keith, Ali Bampatzan, American Enterprise Institute, Anna Diamantopoulou, Athens, Bank For International Settlements, Barclays, Belgium, Bernardino León Gross, Bilderberg Group, CNN, Canada, Carl Bildt, Cem Ozdemir, Christoph Blocher, Citigroup, Craig Mundie, Czech Republic, Daimlerchrysler, David Petraeus, David Rockefeller, Dennis Ross, Deutsche Bank, Dimitrios Papalexopoulos, Donald Graham, Dora Bakoyannis, Edmund Clark, Eivind Reiten, European Commission, European Union, Fareed Zakaria, France, Francisco Balsemao Bidet, Franco Bernabè, Frank Mckenna, George David, Germany, Goldman Sachs, Greece, Harvard University, Heather Reisman, Henri De Katsios, Henry Kravis, Hudson Institute, Indira Samarasekera, Ireland, James Jones, Jan Bjorklund, Jessica Mathews, John Elkann, John Micklethwait, John Profit, Joseph Ackerman, José Entrecanales Ibarra, Jyrki Katainen, Kenneth Clarke, Larry Summers, Leiden University, Manuela Ferreira Leite, Marie-josée Kravis, Mario Monti, Martin Taylor, Martin Wolf, Microsoft, Miguel Angel Moratinos, Military, Mustafa V Koç, National Bank Of Greece, National Security Agency, Netherlands, Niall Ferguson, Nicolas Baverez, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Norway, Novartis, Odysseas Kyriakopoulos, Paul Volcker, Pedro Solbes Mira, Peter Sutherland, Peter Thiel, Philippe Etienne Ntavinion, Portugal, Queen Beatrix, Queen Sofía, Richard Holbrooke, Richard Perle, Robert Kegan, Robert Zoellick, Roger Altman, Romano Prodi, Royal Dutch Shell, Spain, Sweeden, Switzerland, Takis Arapoglou, Thomas Enders, Timothy Geithner, Turkey, US Department Of The Treasury, United Kingdom, United States, Vernon Jordan, Washington Post, White House, World Bank, Xavier Bertrand Add New Keyword To Link

5/17/2009  Bilderberg meetings remain a mystery
According to various Web sites, the Bilderberg is an “unofficial, annual, invitation-only conference of around 130 guests, most of whom are persons of influence in the fields of politics, business and banking.”
(Stars and Stripes)
posted: 5/17/09                   7       37

5/16/2009  Daniel Estulin interviewed on Bilderberg 2009 (Corbett Report)
posted: 5/17/09      
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5/16/2009  Greek nationalists protest Bilderberg Club meeting
The demonstrators, from Greece's right-wing Popular Orthodox Rally party, shouted slogans and held a large banner saying "Bilderberg Unwelcome" outside the hotel
(Associated Press)
posted: 5/17/09                   6       34

5/15/2009  Spontaneous Protest Breaks Out In Vicinity Of Bilderberg Hotel ~ Eyewitnesses say police let buses through, demonstration seemed "staged"
Charlie Skelton, the London Guardian reporter who has been detained and stalked by police officers on numerous occasions during his attempts to cover the 2009 Bilderberg meeting in Greece, states that a spontaneous protest broke out in the vicinity of Bilderberg's hotel earlier today. According to Skelton, while he was doing a radio interview with Alex Jones, several busloads of demonstrators pulled up outside the Astir Palace resort near Athens where Bilderberg are meeting and proceeded to engage in a spontaneous protest. Skelton said that he didn't personally witness the protest but a correspondent for the American Free Press informed him that the protesters bullhorned the hotel briefly before "melting away into the night."
(Prison Planet)
posted: 5/15/09                   5       42

5/15/2009  The Alex Jones Show interviews Charlie Skelton at Bilderberg 2009 (Prison Planet)
posted: 5/17/09      
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5/14/2009  Bilderberg Group Meets In Athens Amid Tight Security
The surroundings of the Astir Palace, a luxury hotel in the suburban resort of Vouliagmeni, where the group is holding its annual meeting, were protected by dozens of policemen, who were keeping the press and public at bay
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 5/14/09                   7       35

5/14/2009  Shadowy Bilderberg group meet in Greece
and here's their address - c/o Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel, Apollonos Avenue 40, 16671 Vouliagmeni, Greece
(London Times)
posted: 5/14/09                   6       36

5/13/2009  Forty-five authors call for a global referendum on democratic world government
An NGO called Vote World Government has released the names of 45 authors who have published books or articles on the issue of globalizing democracy and who have agreed to set aside their philosophical differences in order to encourage the holding of a global referendum on the general goal of democratic world government. (The list of authors is below.) “If half of all human adults vote, and the referendum question is supported by 67% of all voters, such a global mandate will be accepted in many quarters as legally binding under international law, and it would be politically compelling no matter what its legal status,” says Canadian Jim Stark, president of VWG and author of Rescue Plan for Planet Earth: Democratic World Government through a Global Referendum. “We are confident the human race is ready for this, even if many national governments may not be,” explains Ted Stalets, vice-president of VWG (in Nashville, TN, USA). “We resolve all of our disputes through law and democratic governance at the municipal, state (provincial) and national levels, and as Harry Truman said in 1945, there isn’t a reason in the world why we can’t do that internationally.” Stalets points to a 2004 GlobeScan poll done in 18 nations, where about 75% of those who expressed opinions indicated that they wanted a “directly-elected UN parliament.” The plan is to pass a resolution ( through the UN calling on every nation to hold a national referendum in conjunction with its next national election, using a common ballot question: “Do you support the creation of a directly-elected, representative and democratic world government?” In the period of time before the UN General Assembly agrees to consider this draft resolution, support is being built by means of Internet voting at
(Web Wire)
posted: 5/14/09                   6       32
keywords: Benjamin Barber, Brian Coughlan, Byron Belitsos, Canada, Chahine Ghais, Christopher Hamer, Craig E Runde, Dada Maheshvarananda, Daniele Archibugi, Darren O'byrne, David Held, Demetrius Klitou, Democracy, Didier Jacobs, Elections, European Union, Fernando Iglesias, Finn Laursen, Frank Barnaby, Frank Vibert, George Monbiot, Gillian Brock, Giulio M Gallarotti, Glen T Martin, Globalization, Harry Truman, Heikki Patomäki, India, Internet, Ireland, Jack Donnelly, James A Yunker, James Bohman, Jamshid Gharajedaghi, Jerry Tetalman, Jim Stark, John Avery, John Stewart, Joseph Preston Baratta, Margaret C Jacob, Mary-wynne Ashford, Matthias Lutz-bachmann, Mike Gravel, New World Order, Nigel Dower, Peter J Taylor, Robin Cohen, Ronald Glossop, Russell Ackoff, Saul Mendlovitz, Sohail Inayatullah, Steven Vertovec, Sweden, Ted Stalets, Teivo Teivainen, Terrorists, Thomas G Weiss, Thomas N Hale, Tim Murithi, Torbjörn Tännsjö, US Congress, United Kingdom, United Nations, United States, Vote World Government, William Knoke Add New Keyword To Link

5/10/2009  Brain scanning may be used in security checks
Distinctive brain patterns could become the latest subject of biometric scanning after EU researchers successfully tested technology to verify ­identities for security checks
(London Guardian)
posted: 5/12/09                   4       28

5/9/2009  1944 Red House Report Revealed: The secret report that shows how the Nazis planned a Fourth Reich the EU
US Military Intelligence report EW-Pa 128 is as chilling now as the day it was written in November 1944
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 5/11/09                   7       32
keywords: European Union, Germany, Heinrich Himmler, I G Farben, Krupp, Max Faust, Messerschmitt, Nazi, Red House Report, United Kingdom, United States, Volkswagen Add New Keyword To Link

5/7/2009  EU Calls for "Internet G12" for Global Internet Governance Reding's comments provide a window into a wider agenda to transform the internet (Old Thinker News)
posted: 5/8/09                   3       29

5/6/2009  Ireland stands alone against the EU Treaty
Ireland now stands alone after the Czechs completed parliamentary ratification of the Lisbon Treaty this afternoon
(London Telegraph)
posted: 5/6/09                   5       23

5/5/2009  EU Commissioner Reding calls for full privatisation and full accountability of ICANN as of 1 October (Domain News)
posted: 5/8/09                   3       24

5/5/2009  EU wants 'Internet G12' to govern cyberspace
wants the US to dissolve all government links with the body that 'governs' the internet, replacing it with an international forum for discussing internet governance and online security
(EU Observer)
posted: 5/8/09                   5       25

5/4/2009  EU police disperse Kosovo Serb protest
dispersed Serbs protesting against Albanians, who want to rebuild their houses in the northern town of Kosovska Mitrovica
(United Press International)
posted: 5/11/09                   2       21

4/20/2009  Obama proposes US loan $100 billion to International Monetary Fund
The president made the request in several letters to Democratic and Republican congressional leaders Monday, pointing out that the fund didn’t require an extra financial outlay from the U.S.
(The Raw Story)
posted: 6/4/09                   2       21

4/19/2009  G20: additional funding will benefit Western European banks
tripling of the IMF's resources to $750 billion and an increase of $100 billion in the multilateral development banks' lending capacity
(Banking Business Review)
posted: 6/4/09                   4       20

4/9/2009  Does Having Children Make You Unhappy?
Using data sets from Europe and America, numerous scholars have found some evidence that, on aggregate, parents often report statistically significantly lower levels of happiness, life satisfaction, marital satisfaction and mental well-being compared with non-parents.
(New York Times)
posted: 7/17/09                   0       8

4/6/2009  ISPs to record all emails and calls -- Recorded delivery: New data retention law
Internet service providers are to keep records of emails and online phone calls under controversial new government regulations that come into force today. ISPs will be legally obliged to store details of emails and internet telephony for 12 months as a potential tool to aid criminal investigations. Although the content of emails and calls will not be held, ISPs will be asked to record the date, time, duration and recipients of online communications. The new regulations are contained in an EC directive on data retention that already applies to telecoms providers and is now being extended to ISPs. The directive was conceived as a response to the London bombings of July 2005, following which the Council of the European Union highlighted "the need to adopt common measures on the retention of telecommunications data".
(London Guardian)
posted: 8/21/09                   0       11

4/1/2009  G20: Gordon Brown woos China with offer of greater voting powers (London Guardian)
posted: 5/7/09                   2       22

3/27/2009  EP-Founder in 1945: European Federation First Step towards a World Federation (Prison Planet)
posted: 5/27/09                   3       25

3/16/2009  'Jury's out' on future of Europe, EU doyen says
"It's clear that the world will not be the same after September 2008"
(EU Observer)
posted: 5/10/09                   1       19

3/16/2009  Former EU commissioner tells the media that Bilderberg helped create the Euro
posted: 5/6/09                   2       14

3/1/2009  The 'consultation' with only one answer
Why ask people what they think if you then do the opposite, wonders Philip Johnston
(London Telegraph)
posted: 7/17/09                   0       8

15. (S//NF) Following is the 2008 Critical Foreign Dependencies Initiative (CFDI) list (CI/KR organized by region): [BEGIN TEXT OF LIST] AFRICA Congo (Kinshasa): Cobalt (Mine and Plant) Gabon: Manganese - Battery grade, natural; battery grade, synthetic; chemical grade; ferro; metallurgical grade Guinea: Bauxite (Mine) South Africa: BAE Land System OMC, Benoni, South Africa Brown David Gear Industries LTD, Benoni, South Africa Bushveld Complex (chromite mine) Ferrochromium Manganese - Battery grade, natural; battery grade, synthetic; chemical grade; ferro; metallurgical grade Palladium Mine and Plant Platinum Mines Rhodium EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Australia: Southern Cross undersea cable landing, Brookvale, Australia Southern Cross undersea cable landing, Sydney, Australia Manganese - Battery grade, natural; battery grade, synthetic; chemical grade; ferro; metallurgical grade Nickel Mines Maybe Faulding Mulgrave Victoria, Australia: Manufacturing facility for Midazolam injection. Mayne Pharma (fill/finish), Melbourne, Australia: Sole suppliers of Crotalid Polyvalent Antivenin (CroFab). China: C2C Cable Network undersea cable landing, Chom Hom Kok, Hong Kong C2C Cable Network undersea cable landing Shanghai, China China-US undersea cable landing, Chongming, China China-US undersea cable landing Shantou, China EAC undersea cable landing Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong FLAG/REACH North Asia Loop undersea cable landing Tong Fuk, Hong Kong Hydroelectric Dam Turbines and Generators Fluorspar (Mine) Germanium Mine Graphite Mine Rare Earth Minerals/Elements Tin Mine and Plant Tungsten - Mine and Plant Polypropylene Filter Material for N-95 Masks Shanghai Port Guangzhou Port Hong Kong Port Ningbo Port Tianjin Port ....
(US Department of State)
posted: 12/6/10                   0       3
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2/5/2009  New World Order
On the regulatory front, the path to a new global approach is pretty clear. Last spring the leaders of the G-7, a club of wealthy nations, agreed to create a "college of supervisors" to more closely coordinate regulation of multinational banks. - Yet regulators around the world were already jointly setting bank-capital standards before the current crisis hit. A lot of good that did us. So there is also much talk about the need for a new architecture--"a new Bretton Woods" was a phrase that echoed around Davos--to rein in global financial flows.
(Time Magazine)
posted: 5/4/09                   3       14

2/2/2009  Will the Open Mobile Internet shape our digital future radically? open up the restricted mobile industry value chain to create a 'fixed-Internet' style ecosystem to replace the existing closed network (MOCOM 2020)
posted: 5/8/09                   2       18

2/1/2009  Obama preserves renditions as counter-terrorism tool
The role of the CIA's controversial prisoner-transfer program may expand, intelligence experts say. - Under executive orders issued by Obama recently, the CIA still has authority to carry out what are known as renditions, secret abductions and transfers of prisoners to countries that cooperate with the United States.
(Los Angeles Times)
posted: 5/21/09                   5       28

1/19/2009  Gaza & Obama's New World Order
Europe supports Israel against Hamas arms smuggling while urging an accelerated peace process with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. - There is circumstantial evidence indicating that on Gaza, Europe and America have embarked on forging a new world order even before Barack Obama's official inauguration.
posted: 6/4/10                   0       5

12/11/2008  MPAA Asks Obama for More Copyright Surveillance of the Internet
As part of their commitment to transparent and open government, the Obama Transition Team is posting the lobbying agendas of the groups it meets with for public review and comment. One of the more interesting documents to be found there is the Motion Picture Association of America's "international trade" agenda. Some of the MPAA's agenda is reasonable, such as cracking down on commercial optical disc piracy. But much of it, if adopted, would result in a substantially less free and safe internet, at little or no actual benefit to the artists and workers the MPAA claims to represent.
(Electronic Frontier Foundation)
posted: 11/2/10                   0       2
keywords: Barack Obama, Canada, China, Computer & Communications Industry Association, Creative Commons, Digital Piracy, Ed Black, Electronic Frontier Foundation, European Parliament, European Union, France, Free Speech, India, Intellectual Property, International Intellectual Property Association, Internet, Mexico, Motion Picture Association Of America, Privacy, Russia, San Jose Mercury News, Spain, United Kingdom, United States, White House Add New Keyword To Link

12/9/2008  And now for a world government
"I have never believed that there is a secret United Nations plot to take over the US. I have never seen black helicopters hovering in the sky above Montana. But, for the first time in my life, I think the formation of some sort of world government is plausible."
(Financial Times)
posted: 6/1/09                   2       24

12/3/2008  We Need a Global Carbon Tax
The cap-and-trade approach won't stop global warming - If President Barack Obama wants to stop the descent toward dangerous global climate change, and avoid the trade anarchy that current approaches to this problem will invite, he should take Al Gore's proposal for a carbon tax and make it global. A tax on CO2 emissions -- not a cap-and-trade system -- offers the best prospect of meaningfully engaging China and the U.S., while avoiding the prospect of unhinged environmental protectionism. - A global carbon tax levied on a relatively small number of large sources can be monitored by satellite and checked against the annual surveillance of fiscal and economic polices already carried out by IMF staff. Thus, the accounting involved is much more precise and much less subject to the vagaries of corruption and conflict over which industries and companies get their free handouts of carbon credits -- carbon pork -- than in a cap-and-trade system.
(Wall Street Journal)
posted: 5/4/09                   3       14

11/20/2008  Paulson Was Behind Bailout Martial Law Threat
"I think there's a bunch of wrong-footed moves by Hank Paulson and the Illuminati"
posted: 5/18/09                   3       32

11/8/2008  Obama vows to go ahead with missile shield: Polish president
told Polish President Lech Kaczynski he will go ahead with plans to build a missile defence shield in eastern Europe despite threats from Russia
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 6/5/09                   2       28

11/7/2008  Record opium harvest in Afghanistan threatens new heroin crisis in Britain
EU agency fears glut and reversal of deaths decline - UK tops cocaine abuse table for fifth year in row
(London Guardian)
posted: 7/6/09                   0       8

10/28/2008  Denmark, Iceland look again at euro as crisis takes its toll
"Icelanders are starting to have doubts about their krona. An increasing number think the only solution is to act with other countries and not in isolation"
(EU Business)
posted: 5/14/09                   2       27

10/25/2008  We Need a Bank Of the World
The financial crisis is global, and only an international central bank can deal with it - If George W. Bush's upcoming global summit on how to fix the world's broken financial system—an event proposed by several European presidents and prime ministers—is to be a serious effort, the leaders should begin laying the groundwork for establishing a global central bank. - Had it existed, a global central bank would have acted without the air of panic that has been exhibited by national central banks and finance ministries in this meltdown. Ideally, it would have gathered its governing board well in advance of a financial blowup to execute a coordinated rescue and global-stimulus plan, part of what should be its ongoing role of preparing for crises. It would be hard to overestimate the political pushback that any official proposal for a global central bank would draw from various constituencies, most especially within the United States. Among their many charges, critics will protest the establishment of "world government." But we have a World Trade Organization with legally binding powers over trade disputes. We have a World Health Organization for communicable disease with the ability to quarantine entire countries. And a World Court functions today that has considerable legal and moral clout. No one should want too much globally centralized oversight. But the world's gathering misery shows that too little leadership from the center can be equally dangerous. The November summit itself won't solve anything, but if it gave instructions to finance ministers and central bankers to explore what a new central bank could do, with a deadline to come back with concrete ideas shortly after a new U.S. president is inaugurated, it will have made real progress on one of the great problems of our times.
posted: 5/4/09                   2       14

10/23/2008  MEPs to vote on contentious scan
The European Parliament is due to vote on whether to delay the introduction of scanners revealing passengers' naked bodies at airport security checks.
posted: 1/23/10                   0       12
keywords: Airports, European Commission, European Union, Privacy, Sarah Ludford, Wolfgang Kreissl-doerfler, X-ray Add New Keyword To Link

10/23/2008  The credit crunch claims its biggest victim
Argentina - It started with subprime borrowers, moved on to banks and has now progressed on to whole countries. Iceland has already virtually thrown in the towel, and now Argentina has returned to the verge of bankruptcy
(Money Week)
posted: 6/5/09                   0       26

10/16/2008  European call for 'Bretton Woods II'
Gordon Brown, Britain's prime minister, said the world should turn the financial crisis into an opportunity and reform global institutions, such as the International Monetary Fund, conceived in 1944 when western leaders met in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, and mapped out a postwar financial order
(Financial Times)
posted: 5/14/09                   3       24

10/15/2008  Global financial rescue package nears £3 TRILLION as the U.S. unveils Brown-style bail-out for struggling banks (UK Daily Mail)
posted: 6/16/09                   3       19

10/13/2008  Financial crisis: Banks shares plummet after bail-out deal
Shares in banks that are to be partially nationalised under Gordon Brown's £37 billion bail-out have plunged on the stock market
(London Telegraph)
posted: 5/14/09                   3       24

10/13/2008  World needs new Bretton Woods, says Brown
"We must create a new international financial architecture for the global age," adding: "We must have a new Bretton Woods -- building a new international financial architecture for the years ahead."
(Agence France-Presse)
posted: 5/14/09                   2       24

9/29/2008  U.S. stocks hammered after House rejects rescue
Dow posts biggest point loss ever, topping plunge after Sept. 11, 2001 - Taking unprecedented steps, the Fed and other major central banks on Monday poured hundreds of billions of dollars of added liquidity into money markets left paralyzed by fears of further bank failures in the United States and Europe.
(Wall Street Journal)
posted: 5/18/09                   3       33

9/29/2008  U.S. Stocks Slide, Dow Plunges 777 Points, As Bailout Bill Fails
Dow Hit By Biggest-point Loss Ever, Topping Post 9/11 Loss - The sell off is the largest percentage drop for the S&P 500 since Oct. 26, 1987. It also translates into a $700 billion loss for the day for the S&P, according to Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst at Standard & Poor's.
(CBS, Market Watch)
posted: 5/4/09                   2       22

9/24/2008  EU dismisses a US-style bail-out
Europe does not need a US-style bail-out of banks, but must introduce stricter financial supervision, a top EU official has said
posted: 5/14/09                   2       24

9/22/2008  Euro MPs to vote on anonymous blog ban
proposals for European Union regulation of blogs with the aim of countering a "dangerous" and unregulated blogosphere
(London Telegraph)
posted: 5/11/09                   1       19

8/19/2008  Passengers test new face scanners
A further 30 million people living in the European Economic Area (which incorporates the EU countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and Switzerland, have biometric passports.
posted: 1/26/10                   0       11
keywords: Airports, Biometrics, Dominic Grieve, European Economic Area, European Union, Iceland, Jacqui Smith, Liechtenstein, Manchester, Norway, Privacy, Public And Commercial Services Union, Switzerland, Terrorists, UK Home Office, United Kingdom Add New Keyword To Link

8/9/2008  Corporate Canada declines: Some call it treasonous but however you regard the hollowing out of Canada's corporate sector be assured it continues. To takeover numbers worth some $835 billion and swelling since 1985 to around 11,000 Canadian corporations, we may soon add the venerable Alberta-based TransAlta Utilities.
Some call it treasonous but however you regard the hollowing out of Canada's corporate sector be assured it continues. To takeover numbers worth some $835 billion and swelling since 1985 to around 11,000 Canadian corporations, we may soon add the venerable Alberta-based TransAlta Utilities. What's remarkable is how LS Power Equity Partners (LS Power) and Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) didn't consider a takeover sooner. As a major generator of coal, gas and wind energy whose forerunner Calgary Power Company was founded by W. Max Aitken in 1903, TransAlta Utilities has 50 such assets located around the world with the majority located in Alberta where it also supplies most of the province's power. In addition, LS Power already has nine per cent of TransAlta's common stock and owns power generation assets all over the U.S. Adding to the mix, GIP specializes in infrastructure investments worldwide while its owners -- Credit Suisse and the world's sixth-largest company, General Electric -- are providing the financing, though for all their riches, they don't explain why the $7.8 billion they are offering is only a fraction of what it would cost to build such assets from scratch.
posted: 11/6/10                   0       2
keywords: Aberta, Alternative Energy, Andrew Cohen, Brussels, Calgary Power Company, Canada, Carbon Dioxide, Cargill, Coal, Credit Suisse, Diane Francis, European Union, Financial Crisis, France, General Electric, Global Infrastructure Partners, Greenhouse Gases, Hudson's Bay Company, Inco, John Budden, London, Ls Power, Max Aitken, Mel Hurtig, Mexico, Ottawa, Quebec, Security And Prosperity Partnership Of North America, Steve Snyder, Transalta Utilities, Tyson, UK Parliament, United States Add New Keyword To Link

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