Friday, April 16, 2010

The Re-making Of The Future International, e.g. Global, Military - Germany

« German Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg announced plans to restructure Germany’s armed forces

April 12.

Germany: Defense Minister Seeks to Overhaul Military

April 15, 2010 | From

Germany’s defense minister has announced plans for a structural reform of the German military that would improve the effectiveness of the country’s armed forces.

Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg explained on Monday that the Bundeswehr is currently able to deploy only 7,000 to 9,000 of its 247,000 troops because the lion’s share of them are needed either at domestic posts or as relief for soldiers already on international missions. Under the new framework, the military would be streamlined, and more German soldiers would be freed up for overseas missions.

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Germany planning to reform its military

Associated Press
2010-04-12 09:31 PM

Germany is preparing a structural reform of its military that could free up more soldiers for international missions.

Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg said Monday a capacity of 7,000 to 9,000 soldiers for international missions is "certainly not at the upper end of possibilities" in comparison with other countries. The German army, or Bundeswehr, has a total of 247,000 active soldiers.

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Soros: Germany Needs to Pay Up if E.U. Is to Survive

April 15, 2010, 7:00 am

George Soros, the billionaire financier, says he thinks the euro and the European Union itself are at risk of breaking up if Germany refuses to play its traditional role and make concessions, Reuters reported, citing an interview conducted with Italian newspaper.

“The Germans have always made the concessions needed to advance the European Union, when people were looking for a deal. Not any more,” Mr. Soros told Corriere della Sera in an interview published on Thursday.

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Monday, April 12, 2010

Nuclear Israel Continues To Ignore Call For Middle East Peace: Third Party Intervention Inevitable


Why Does the U.S. Let Israel Get Away With Having a Nuclear Arsenal?


The Obama administration says it wants to reduce nuclear weapons, yet it goes along with Israel's evasions, blocking the path to a nuclear-free Middle East.

Thirty-eight heads of state are gathering in Washington for Barack Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit. But Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is not among them. Israel is one of only nine nations represented by lesser government figures. The official reason, according to Israeli press reports: Egypt, Turkey and other Middle Eastern states “intend to exploit the occasion in order to slam Israel” over its refusal to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

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Global leaders, minus Israel’s Netanyahu, gather for Washington nuclear summit

Published 12 April, 2010, 16:32

Israel is apprehensive that some leaders at this week’s nuclear security summit will use the event to put the spotlight on the nationl’s undeclared nuclear arsenal.

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Israel Viewed As World's Sixth Nuclear Power: analysts

LONDON — Israel, whose prime minister withdrew Friday from next week's US-hosted nuclear summit, is viewed as the sixth country to have acquired nuclear weapons -- a title it has neither denied nor confirmed.

Analysts at British defence specialists Jane's believe the Jewish state has between 100 and 300 nuclear warheads, putting them among the more advanced nuclear weapons states and roughly on a par with Britain.

The London-based International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) estimates Israel has "up to 200" warheads delivered on land-based short-range Jericho 1 and medium-range Jericho 2 missiles.

The Nuclear Threat Initiative, a US advocacy group co-created by Ted Turner, the founder of CNN, puts the figure at 100 to 200.

Israel is the only nuclear power in the Middle East with a programme dating back to the 1950s under Israel's first prime minister, David Ben Gurion.

It was developed with the help of France and is centred on the Dimona reactor in the southern Negev desert.

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Israel Must Be Part Of Efforts To Reduce Nuclear Weapons

Australia's former foreign minister Gareth Evans, co-chair of the International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, said Israel must be part of efforts to reduce stockpiles of nuclear weapons around the world.

Evans said there was a double standard in the way the Israel was treated compared to other nations, such as Iran and Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), which have faced United Nations sanctions for their nuclear programs, according to the Australian Associated Press report on Monday.

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Holy Spit!!! Bewildered With International Relations? Tied Up In Knots With Global Governance Interactions? Subscribe To The Monthly Newsletter Today!

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Four young Haredim scope out targets.

Holy Spit: Why Do Ultra-Orthodox Jews Spit at Christians?

By Shalom Goldman
April 7, 2010

A bold new forum was recently organized to confront a persistent problem in Jewish-Christian relations in Jerusalem. But why are Ultra-Orthodox Jewish teens spitting on Christians in the first place?

A very embarrassing and persistent problem has arisen in some of the sacred sites in Jerusalem where Christians and Jews cross each other’s paths. Teenagers from a small sector of the city’s many Ultra-Orthodox (“Haredi”) Ashkenazi Jewish communities have taken to spitting at clerics wearing prominent crosses and dressed in traditional garb.

Assaults have been recorded at the Jaffa and Damascus Gates of the walled Old City, an area with many historic churches and monasteries, including the Polish Church of St. Elizabeth. To address the problem a remarkable interfaith forum, appropriately titled “Why do do some Jews spit at Christians in the Old City,” was held under the auspices of the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel and the Jerusalem Center for Christian-Jewish Relations.

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Mr. Bruce Lee: The First Chinese Anti-Global Governance Celebrity. Chinese And Judaic Relations? Not A Chinaman's Chance Pt 4

Everyone needs to choose his own path.” - Yip Man, Wing Chun Grand Master

April's newsletter goes back in time when Global Governance Strategic Concepts glossed itself vainly with the moments of physical persuasion.

Global Governance Diplomacy is the cryptic tactical towards an unpractical occupation. It is not centered on the premise of respect and understanding but rather a strategy to occupy and dominate.

Mr. Bruce Lee experienced first hand, NATO's Democracy of the old Cold War, e.g., Britain's democracy, e.g. Austria's Democracy, e.g. commonly known as Western Democracy, the enormity of its occult nature and self-destructive spirit.

So, it may take many Western Historians, think tank researchers, college professors and others by surprise that they may have completely glossed over the essence of Sino-Western relations.

Mr. Burce Lee's Grand Master Martial Artist, Yip Man, knew this essence far too well.

Yip Man's experience with Sino-Japanese relations is just a few pages into early Global Governance history, and it is his story that has captivated a world-wide audience into seeing the other side of Western Democracy in Asian lands.

Yip Man's first motion picture biopic called “Ip Man” can be viewed on You Tube. "Ip Man was released theatrically in Hong Kong on 19 December 2008, receiving widespread acclaim from critics and audiences. The film grossed over US$21 million worldwide, despite not being released in North America and most of Europe. Following its success, Ip Man was nominated for 12 Hong Kong Film Awards, winning awards for Best Film and Best Action Choreography," excerpt from Wikipedia.

Yet, it is the second and final installment, “Ip Man 2”, which will debut on April 29, that will require the audience to partake the cup of democracy a little further. Arriving in Hong Kong with his family, Ip Man confronts the influence of Western/British ....

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