October 18, 2013
EU PREPARES CRACKDOWN ON US DATA SURVEILLANCE…
New European rules aimed at curbing questionable transfers of data from EU countries to the US are being finalised in Brussels in the first concrete reaction to the Edward Snowden disclosures on US and British mass surveillance of digital communications.
Regulations on European data protection standards are expected to pass the European parliament committee stage on Monday after the various political groupings agreed on a new compromise draft following two years of gridlock on the issue.
How cool is that, Europe takes the lead … Where the US COnstitution dares not walk.
September 10, 2013
If you examine the total cost of production in tonnes of CO2 produced, ethanol comes out as the biggest loser out there, So why are we doing it?
And things you probably don’t know it…::: EU Ethanol Fuels Boondoggle Raising Global Food Prices.
“Getting rid of biofuel programs would cut Europe’s food costs in half by 2020, and lower global food prices by 15 percent.”
Hey it’s not just me, now the …::: UN has joined Biofuels ‘crime against humanity’:
A United Nations expert has condemned the growing use of crops to produce biofuels as a replacement for petrol as a crime against humanity.
August 26, 2013
Well at least they bugged the bad guys . ::: NSA BUGGED UN HQ
The day your feelings got hurt.
The cost of FREE Government CHEESE… You want more, we have plenty, as soon as we sort out the BS.
July 2, 2013
Spying on allies, not as good as spying on American citizens … Give them another Teleprompter séance.
Captin, I see trouble ahead …
Barack Obama seeks to limit EU fallout over US spying claims
Barack Obama has sought to limit the damage from the growing transatlantic espionage row after Germany and France denounced the major snooping activities of US agencies and warned of a possible delay in the launch next week of ambitious free-trade talks between Europe and the US.
The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and French president, François Hollande, demanded quick explanations from Washington about disclosures by the Guardian and Der Spiegel that US agencies bugged European embassies and offices. Berlin stressed there had to be mutual trust if trade talks were to go ahead in Washington on Monday.
Hollande went further, indicating the talks could be called off unless the alleged spying was stopped immediately and US guarantees were provided.
That’s why he knows nothing, he is busy spying on everybody.