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All Nations Constitutions Are Trust! The Reason the Constitution was converted into a Trust is because, as a non-trust business plan, The Constitution completely bound the hands of government officials. [BUT] By converting it into a Trust, Public Officials were then free to make any changes they desired, without their constituents knowledge. But there was one Pitfall confronting them… What is a Bodhisattva? A BODHISATTVA is an ordinary person who takes up a course in his or her life that moves in the direction of Buddhahood (Enlightenment). World’s Deadliest Drug The Deadliest Drug used by Criminals and Law Enforcement alike, Scopolamine. The Germ that Infected the World Have you ever wondered what all those wall were really built for? The Last Lineage Those of Myths, Legends, Folklore and Heresy have their origins in the hidden secrets and mysteries of Earth. Eire, Irie……Sherie Airie! We were once the Gods, Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses, and yes…Warriors!
Second World War 'The True Story' untold. 102: The Holocaust Controversy – The Case For Open Debate » Germar Rudolf's Personal Website. An Introduction The Contemporary Issue Is asking questions a crime? If you develop doubts about the Holocaust, isn’t the only way to get rid of these doubts by asking questions? A lot of individuals and groups are enraged by those who ask critical questions about the Holocaust. Every other historical issue is debated as a matter of course, but influential pressure groups have made the Holocaust story an exception. The Historical Issue Revisionists agree with establishment historians that the German National Socialist State singled out the Jewish people for special and cruel treatment. In contrast to establishment historians, Revisionists claim that the German State had NO policy to exterminate the Jewish people (or anyone else) in homicidal gas chambers or by killing them through abuse or neglect.
Revisionists generally hold that the Allied governments, and in particular the Soviets, decided to carry their wartime "black propaganda" of German monstrosities over into the postwar period. Scottish Independence | Political news. Wee Ginger Dug « Biting the hand of Project Fear. Comment Isn't Free | Lefty ideas in a modern setting ... NewsShaft | The Definitive Scottish News & Politics Website. SCOT goes POP!: If Cameron isn't lying about "the most powerful devolved parliament in the world", Scotland will have to be given fiscal autonomy that at least matches the Basque Country and Navarre.
Just a short post, because this is a very simple point. In the immediate aftermath of the Smith blueprint being published, the UK government and the unionist parties said that the proposals would give Scotland "one of the most powerful devolved parliaments in the world", or more specifically "the third most powerful devolved parliament in the world". There was a very good reason why the claim was not "the most powerful". I draw your attention to this summary of the powers held by the devolved parliaments of the Basque Country and Navarre - "The four Basque Provinces which are part of the Spanish State enjoy considerable fiscal autonomy, comparable to that of any EU Member State. " Something doesn't add up here. Incidentally, the Spanish autonomous communities have powers over broadcasting as well. Common Space - Common Space. Craig Murray.
Witterings of a Weegiewarbler. Thecolemanexperience | The Clock is Ticking. Holliegreigjustice | SEEKING JUSTICE FOR HOLLIE GREIG. ChrisSpivey – The World Put Right ! Scribblings from Seaham. Yes Orkney | Blog. Scotland and Slovakia: A valid comparison? By Yes Orkney - 22:48 on 20 October 2014 As the day dawned on a new year in 1993 it saw the emergence of the independent nation state of Slovakia. There had been no referendum and no bloodbath of a revolution. Slovakia today is successful: a country of 5.3 million people, a member of the U.N. and since 2004, of the E.U. Politicians in Scotland have drawn comparisons between Slovakia and the current debate for Scottish independence but is this a useful comparison? Slovakia has only had very brief periods, and all within the 20th Century, when it could be regarded as at least notionally independent. Thrust together with the Czech lands in 1918 Slovakia enjoyed a spell of educational and cultural growth.
Slovakia has had to contend with centuries of being ruled by other states . A parliamentary election in 1992 saw the Slovak National Party gain only 8% of the votes and yet by the New Year of 1993 Slovakia was independent. Fiona Grahame.