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PostPosted: Thu 27 Sep - 01:17 (2018)    Post subject: LIVE : WORLD LEADERS GATHER AT UN HEADQUARTERS IN NY FOR 73rd UNGA – DAY 1 Reply with quote


VIDEO (english - french and +): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxaHFc0QOiw

The 73rd session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 73) will open on 18 September 2018. The first day of the high-level General Debate will be Tuesday, 25 September 2018, and is scheduled to last for nine working days.

Read more : http://sdg.iisd.org/events/73rd-session-of-the-un-general-assembly/



  • A/73/150 - Provisional agenda of the 73rd session (20 July 2018)
  • A/INF/73/4 - Arrangements for the high-level meetings and the general debate of the 73rd session (11 July 2018)
Items to be included in the provisional agenda
  • A/73/50 - Preliminary list of items to be included in the provisional agenda of the 73rd regular session (15 February 2018)
  • A/73/100 - Annotated preliminary list of items to be included in the provisional agenda of the 73rd regular session (14 June 2018) + A/73/100/Add.1
  • A/73/141 - Strengthening and promoting the international treaty framework: Request for the inclusion of an item in the provisional agenda of the 73rd session (8 June 2018)
  • A/73/142 - Observer status for the New Development Bank in the General Assembly (16 July 2018)
  • A/73/143 - Safeguarding ocean space for present and future generations (16 July 2018)
  • A/73/144 - Request for an advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice on the consequences of legal obligations of States under different sources of international law with respect to immunities of Heads of State and Government and other senior officials (18 July 2018)
  • A/73/145 - Observer status for the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (6 July 2018)
  • A/73/191 - Observer status for the European Public Law Organization in the General Assembly (17 August 2018)
  • A/73/192 - The responsibility to protect and the prevention of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity (20 August 2018)
  • A/73/193 - The situation in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine (20 August 2018)
  • A/73/194 - Observer status for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank in the General Assembly (22 August 2018)
  • A/73/200 - List of supplementary items proposed for inclusion in the agenda of the 73rd session of the General Assembly (23 August 2018)
Request for the inclusion of an additional item in the agenda in the agenda
  • A/73/231 - Observer status for the International Think Tank for Landlocked Developing Countries in the General Assembly (29 August 2018)
Request for the inclusion of an additional sub-item in the agenda in the agenda Documents http://www.un.org/en/ga/73/agenda/

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PostPosted: Thu 27 Sep - 01:34 (2018)    Post subject: COUNTRIES ADOPT DECLARATION FOR PEACE AT NELSON MANDELA SUMMIT Reply with quote

On 24 September, a day before the start of the General Debate of the 73rd session of the General Assembly, the General Assembly will convene the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit.

The focus of the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit is on Global Peace in honour of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela.

This Peace Summit offers the opportunity for world leaders to renew their commitment to global peace, conflict prevention, conflict resolution, peacebuilding, promotion and protection of human rights and long-term development initiatives as called for by the Secretary-General. The Peace Summit will also adopt a political declaration, which will reaffirm the values of Nelson Mandela.



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The Nelson Mandela Peace Summit was mandated by UNGA resolution 72/243, in which UN Member States decided to hold a high-level plenary meeting on global peace in honor of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela.

The political declaration adopted during the Summit recognizes the period 2019 to 2028 as the Nelson Mandela Decade of Peace, and recommends that the UN explores means to systematically consider the needs of present and future generations within its decision-making processes.

24 September 2018: At a UN summit to honor Nelson Mandela, Heads of State and Government, ministers, other country officials and representatives of civil society discussed efforts needed to pursue international peace and security. UN Member States adopted a political declaration that recognizes the period 2019 to 2028 as the Nelson Mandela Decade of Peace, and calls for redoubling efforts to pursue international peace and security, development and human rights.

The ‘Nelson Mandela Peace Summit’ was mandated by UN General Assembly (UNGA) resolution 72/243 of December 2017, in which UN Member States decided to hold a high-level plenary meeting on global peace in honor of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela. The Summit took place in New York, US, on 24 September 2018, the day before the start of the UNGA 73 general debate. The Summit was preceded by the unveiling of a statue of Nelson Mandela, offered to the UN by the government of South Africa in recognition of Mandela’s lifelong efforts to promote peace and security and protect human rights.

Governments and other stakeholders praised Mandela for living by the principles that underpin the UN, and for representing the values of peace, solidarity, cooperation, equality and respect for all human beings. María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés, president of UNGA 73, remarked that the principle of multilateralism is currently being challenged, but moving away from multilateralism is to endanger our species and our planet. She called for a social contract based on shared responsibility, and said the only existing space to achieve this contract is the UN. She described the UNGA as the most representative and legitimate space for dialogue and reconciliation.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Mandela, also known as Madiba, was one of humanity’s great leaders and had devoted his life to serving his community as a lawyer, a prisoner of conscience, a peacemaker, a president and a respected elder. He remarked that as president of South Africa, Mandela expanded access to health care, education, housing, water, sanitation and electricity, and championed women’s rights and South Africa’s landmark 1996 Constitution, “which remains a beacon for human rights and equal opportunity.” Guterres noted that 2018 marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but that human rights are currently under growing pressure around the world.

Speakers from Africa shared stories about Mandela’s role in strengthening democratic institutions, and said he inspired generations to struggle against oppression.

Representatives of several African countries shared stories about Mandela’s role in helping strengthening the region’s democratic institutions, noting that he inspired generations in its struggle against oppression. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union (AU), noted that the AU declared 2014-2024 as the ‘Nelson Mandela Decade for Reconciliation in Africa,’ and said this celebration of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela is a marker of freedom, solidarity and peace. Cyril Ramphosa, President of South Africa, said since the formation of the UN, several crises that have tested the limits of diplomacy and the multilateral system, and the UN has endured as a force for stability, cooperation and the peaceful resolution of conflict. Nowadays, he said, the UN faces more intricate and complex challenges, such as terrorism, transnational organized crime, illicit flows of finance and the growing number of refugees. He called for a UN that is responsive, adaptable and able to deal with challenges its founders could not have imagined. He also called on the UN to not rely on the “political interests of a few,” saying an impasse between major powers often impedes the entire organization’s ability to act.

Leo Varadkar, Prime Minister of Ireland (Taoiseach), remarked that peace is made “not with your friends, but with your enemies,” and reconciliation is achieved by “moving beyond the hurt and pain of the past towards truth and forgiveness.” He called for renewing efforts to advance gender equality around the world, and to give young people a greater say in the decisions that will affect them and the future of our planet.

Graça Machel, founding member of The Elders, noted that global security has deteriorated “remarkably” in the past decade, and the number of armed conflicts has increased.

She said there is no justification for the loss of life and suffering in places like Syria, Yemen, Palestine, South Sudan, Central African Republic and Myanmar, and cautioned against the Summit being “another talk shop.” She said that she and the president of South Africa launched the Global Peace initiative, an initiative of the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) to bridge the gap between peace and development. She referred to the publication ‘Sparks of Hope,’ a compendium highlighting the courage and leadership of “change agents across the world,” and asked participants to the event to take inspiration from this work.

Kumi Naidoo, Secretary General of Amnesty International, said Nelson Mandela spent the vast majority of his life as a civil society activist, but today, as people gather to honor him, thousands of activists and human rights defenders around the world are imprisoned or have been tortured and killed. Naidoo asked to not adjust to the deadlocks that “continue to haunt the UN Security Council,” as the five permanent members use their power “not to prevent and stop suffering but shield themselves and others committing the worst crimes.” He also called for averting catastrophic climate change, noting that thousands are regularly devastated by extreme weather events. He called on “the one leader who still denies climate change” to put himself “on the right side of history.”

At the end of the opening segment, governments adopted the ‘Political Declaration Adopted at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit.’ The declaration is the result of intergovernmental consultations that took place from May to September 2018 under the facilitation of Jerry Matthews Matjila, Permanent Representative of South Africa, and Geraldine Byrne Nason, Permanent Representative of Ireland. Per the declaration, Heads of State and government and other representatives of UN Member States recommend that the UN explore means to systematically consider the needs of present and future generations, including through inter-generational dialogue, within its decision-making processes. They also welcome the establishment of the UN High-Level Advisory Board on Mediation, encouraging its further efforts and contribution to the maintenance of international peace and security and prevention of armed conflicts.

In the declaration, countries: note that sustainable development cannot be realized without peace and security, and peace and security will be at risk without sustainable development; commit to redouble efforts to build a just, peaceful, prosperous, inclusive and fair world; emphasize the importance of a comprehensive approach to sustaining peace; recognize the need to address threats to global peace and security, including challenges to the primacy of multilateralism; and reaffirm commitment to uphold the sovereign equality of all States, respect for their territorial integrity and political independence. They also: encourage parties to armed conflict to take immediate, concrete measures to end cycles of conflict and prevent relapse; recognize that there is no single template for peace, and commit to availing their best practices to those who seek different models for peace; stress the importance of the equal participation and full involvement of women and the meaningful participation of youth in all efforts for the maintenance and promotion of peace and security; and resolve to ensure the protection, rights and well-being of children, especially in armed conflict.

Countries and groups of countries addressed the Summit during a plenary session throughout the day. Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, said there is no unilateralism or “happy protectionism” since the world needs openness, cooperation, rules and principles to resolve conflicts, eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities, and develop free and fair trade that creates jobs and new opportunities for all. He called for mobilizing energy to reform, modernize and revitalize multilateral institutions, rather than disengaging from them.

Singapore for the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), noted that since its inception in 1967, ASEAN has worked to create a culture of dialogue, cooperation and consensus, and to support a common effort to achieve sustainable development. Saudi Arabia for the Arab Group said Nelson Mandela made clear that the South African revolution will never achieve all its aims until all people, including the Palestinians, also gain their freedom.

As noted by Secretary-General Guterres, in 2015, the UN decided to award the Nelson Mandela Prize every five years to two individuals who have made significant contributions to the service of humanity. In addition, Nelson Mandela International Day is observed each July, and is an occasion for all to take action and to promote and engage in community service.

The Summit followed the International Day of Peace on 21 September 2018, on the theme ‘The Right to Peace – The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70.’ The UNGA is expected to resume its tribute to Nelson Mandela on 2 October. [Summit website and documents] [UNGA Resolution 72/243 ‘Nelson Mandela Peace Summit] [Political declaration adopted at Peace Summit] [Approved political declaration] [UN Secretary-General’s statement] [UN meeting coverage] [Meeting webcast] [International Day of Peace website][SDG Knowledge Hub Sources]

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IssuesGovernance, Human Rights & Indigenous Peoples, Stakeholder Participation, National Action
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RegionsAfrica, Asia, Europe, Near East, Central Africa, Eastern Africa, Southern Africa, South-Eastern Asia, Western Asia


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PostPosted: Sun 30 Sep - 04:29 (2018)    Post subject: WHY DO YOU THINK THIS PDF IS ON THE CIA'S WEBSITE? / UPDATE! WHY DO YOU THINK THIS PDF IS ON THE CIA'S WEBSITE? UPDATE! Reply with quote


The last part is important to see where they had prepare for the coming days, weeks or maybe months but I think it's coming very soon...

VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zE9tQm3amo

Why do you think this PDF is on the CIA's website?

Link to PDF from video: https://www.cia.gov/library/abbottaba...

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PostPosted: Fri 12 Oct - 04:03 (2018)    Post subject: MACRON VEUT INSTAURER LE NOUVEL ORDRE MONDIAL EN 2018 Reply with quote


VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFvT8ZMXkvA

2 mai 2018 au Congrès Américain


VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--94xvSd780

73e sommet des Nations Unies

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PostPosted: Thu 18 Oct - 03:53 (2018)    Post subject: OCP - UPCOMING EVENTS Reply with quote


October 24, 2018 Morocco-Nigeria Relations : Enhancing Opportunities for Growth and Development

Abuja, Nigeria

The Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI) and OCPPC Policy Center are  jointly launching the first edition of the “Morocco-Nigeria Strategic Dialogues: Growth, Development, and Sectoral Complementarities”. The initiative aims to implement a platform for dialogue on topics related to economic development of African countries, partnerships in the energy sector, the mobilization of financial resources and the role of youth.  The ‘’Morocco-Nigeria Strategic Dialogues’’ will constitute an opportunity to further explore the inputs of Morocco and Nigeria, as two strategic players within the African continent. The partnership between AEDPI and OCPPC plays a pivotal role in bridging the two countries, and places both institutions as catalyzers of ideas and knowledge related to Morocco and Nigeria.
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October 26, 2018 to October 28, 2018
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November 02, 2018
More High level Seminar on Migration under the theme: “Migration: Reconciling North and South Visions”

November 08, 2018
More Toward a Global Low Carbon Transition : What Sustainable Opportunities for Africa?

November 11, 2018 to November 13, 2018
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December 13, 2018 to December 15, 2018
More Seventh Edition of the Atlantic Dialogues Conference under the theme: Atlantic Dynamics: Overcoming the Choke Points


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PostPosted: Sun 4 Nov - 18:11 (2018)    Post subject: OPEN GOVERNMENT PHILOSOPHY, PLAN, AND NEWS Reply with quote


The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) views nuclear regulation as the public's business and, as such, believes it should be transacted as openly and candidly as possible to maintain and enhance the public's confidence. Ensuring appropriate openness explicitly recognizes that the public must be informed about, and have a reasonable opportunity to participate meaningfully in, the NRC's regulatory processes. For additional information, see the following topics on this page:

This page includes links to files in non-HTML format. See Plugins, Viewers, and Other Tools for more information.
Our Philosophy of Open Government
The following pages highlight the overarching philosophy and policy framework for The NRC Approach to Open Government:
The NRC's Open Government Plan

On April 7, 2010, the NRC issued a news release unveiling our agency's first formal Open Government Plan, which reiterated our longstanding commitment to openness; expanded upon The NRC Approach to Open Government; and outlined plans for new transparency, participation, and collaboration initiatives. Then, after incorporating feedback received from the public and other stakeholders, we issued Revision 1.1 of our Open Government Plan on June 7, 2010.
The following table lists all revisions and status updates issued to date. We also invite you to Share Your Ideas about this evolving plan, or see what others have contributed.

NRC Open Government Plan
RevisionDateFile Type
Plan Update September 201809/21/2018
Plan Update 2017-201809/22/2017
Status Update 2016-201709/15/2016
Addendum 2: Activities for 2014 – 201505/13/2014
Addendum 1: Activities for 2012 – 201304/09/2012
NRC Accomplishments in 2010 – 201110/21/2011
1-Year Assessment of Performance Against the Plan04/11/2011
Revision 1.106/07/2010
Initial Release04/07/2010

News About Open Government at the NRC

The following table presents a chronological list of the related News Releases, Federal Register Notices, and other communications that the NRC has issued since President Obama launched the Open Government Initiative.

UndatedThe NRC Joins YouTube (NRC Blog)
UndatedAn Open Forum Now Available (NRC Blog)
08/22/2012Taking the Next Step – Building a 21st Century Digital Government (NRC Blog)
08/15/2012Digital Government Strategy at the NRC
04/19/2012The Terrible Twos (NRC Blog)
04/11/2012Status of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Response to the Open Government Directive (SECY-12-0050)
04/04/2012NRC Open Government Plan — Two Years In (YouTube Video)
04/01/2012NRC Moves Its Public Photo Gallery to Flickr (NRC Blog)
02/01/2012NRC Blog Celebrates Its First Birthday (NRC Blog)
01/26/2012Three Minutes: New NRC Q&A Series Kicks Off (NRC Blog)
12/27/2011Acting as a ‘Neutral' to Help NRC Meetings Be More Productive (NRC Blog)
12/21/2011An Easier-to-Use ADAMS — You Asked, We Answered (NRC Blog)
11/18/2011Free Donuts — NOT: Participate in Our Stakeholder Feedback Meeting (NRC Blog)
11/08/2011Participate in Our Open Government Stakeholder Feedback Meeting
10/27/2011Streamlining Service Delivery and Improving Customer Service (NRC Blog)
10/24/2011NRC Open Government Program Accomplishments in 2010 – 2011
10/21/2011Streamlining Service Delivery and Improving Customer Service (with NRC Customer Service Plan)
10/17/2011New Data Set Focuses on Nuclear Reactor Oversight (NRC Blog)
10/13/2011Blogging About Blogging (NRC Blog)
10/11/2011CIO-Council .Gov Reform Initiative (with NRC Web Improvement Plan)
09/27/2011Public Information? There's an App for That! (NRC Blog)
09/20/2011The NRC Celebrates the Open Government Partnership (NRC Blog)
09/08/2011The NRC Goes Live on YouTube (News Release)
08/24/2011Follow Us on Twitter (NRC Blog)
08/24/2011Follow NRC on Twitter (News Release)
06/09/2011NRC Launches Plain Writing Section on Website (News Release)
05/25/2011Working to Keep Our Web Info Current (NRC Blog)
05/10/2011A Place on the NRC Website for Teachers and Students (NRC Blog)
05/06/2011Improving Public Confidence in the NRC (NRC Blog)
04/28/2011One-Year Anniversary of NRC's Open Government Plan – Your Suggestions Welcome! (NRC Blog)
04/14/2011Coming Soon — A Better NRC Website (NRC Blog)
04/06/2011Open Government Plan One-Year Assessment
03/18/2011Catching Up on the NRC Blog (NRC Blog)
03/10/2011Easier, More Comprehensive Search Available on NRC Website (NRC Blog)
02/15/2011Are We Writing in Plain English? (NRC Blog)
02/02/2011Which NRC Data Would Be Most Valuable to You in Open Format? (NRC Blog)
01/31/2011Welcome Message from the Chairman (NRC Blog)
01/31/2011NRC Unveils First-Ever External Blog To Enhance Dialogue with the Public (News Release)
07/09/2010 NRC To Use Web Survey for Measuring Public Perceptions of Agency Transparency (News Release) 10-007
04/07/2010 NRC Publishes New Open Government Plan; Now Seeking Public Input (News Release)
02/05/2010Federal Register Notice 75 FR 6063, "Availability of NRC Open Government Web Site"
02/04/2010 NRC Launches New Open Government Web Page with Citizen Engagement Tool (News Release)
01/11/2010 NRC Seeks Input on Open Government Initiative (News Release)
01/11/2010Federal Register Notice 75 FR 1418, "Implementation of Open Government Directive"
12/11/2009 NRC Strengthens Openness and Transparency with New and Ongoing Initiatives (News Release)

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U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Open Government Plan Update September 2018

Pdf document : https://www.nrc.gov/docs/ML1825/ML18254A265.pdf

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Open Government Plan Status Update 2017–2018 September 22, 2017

Pdf document : https://www.nrc.gov/docs/ML1726/ML17263A100.pdf

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Nov - 03:10 (2018)    Post subject: L’AVENIR DE L'EUROPE / Future of Europe Reply with quote


ENGLISH : Future of Europe

Dans son discours sur l’état de l’Union 2017, le président Juncker a présenté une feuille de route détaillant les principales étapes vers une Union plus unie, plus forte et plus démocratique. Les responsables nationaux se sont ensuite réunis à Tallinn, en Estonie, et ont adopté un «programme des dirigeants», une liste des questions et des enjeux les plus pressants pour lesquels des solutions doivent être trouvées avant les prochaines élections européennes en 2019. Le 9 mai 2019, lors d'un sommet prévu à Sibiu (Roumanie) qui marquera l’aboutissement du processus, ils renouvelleront leur engagement en faveur d’une Union attentive aux questions qui comptent vraiment pour les citoyens.

La suite : https://ec.europa.eu/commission/future-europe_fr


du 19 au 23 novembre 2018 : Voici un rappel de ce que vous avez pu lire ici le 8 mai 2018: "Ah, j'ai oublié, au sommet de la CIA, pardon, (pourquoi j'écris ça ?) de la Banque de France on a madame Sylvie Goulard, ex Ministre des Armées qui a été très vite une vraie ministre désarmée puisque les pros de la DGSE n'ont pas aimé qu'elle se fasse payer 10.000 euros par mois par une "obscure" (LooooooooooL) ONG américaine basée en Californie.
"Selon le JDD, l'ex-ministre des Armées a été pendant plus de deux ans "conseillère spéciale" d'un think tank américain. "Tout était déclaré", insiste un de ses proches. Son départ a provoqué la première crise politique du quinquennat", lire ici. Ben maintenant il y aurait une taupe à la Banque de France ? finance... "
De même, via Blvd Voltaire: "Mais dans ce dispositif de poupées russes, les Américains ne sont jamais bien loin. Ainsi, tel que révélé par Sylvie Goulard en personne dans la dernière livraison du Journal du dimanche, d’octobre 2013 à janvier 2016, le fulgurant ministre de la Défense aura tout de même palpé plus de 270.000 euros du Council for the Future of Europe. De quoi s’agit-il ?
Tout simplement d’un de ces innombrables groupes de réflexion – et souvent de pression – qui nous viennent des USA. Certains ne sont que des cache-sexes de la CIA, l’Heritage Foundation ou les universités Open Society du milliardaire George Soros, mais aucun d’entre eux ne saurait fonctionner sans l’aval de ces mêmes services. Cela s’appelle le soft power, au contraire du hard power, reposant plus sur la politique de la canonnière. Là, ce soft power, Sylvie Goulard est en plein dedans et ne s’en cache même pas, ayant révélé noir sur blanc le montant de ses émoluments dans sa « déclaration des intérêts financiers des députés » au Parlement européen, et ce, en janvier 2016.
Jadis, il suffisait de s’acquitter de 30 deniers pour le prix de la trahison. Augmentation du coût de la vie oblige, il en vaut désormais plus de dix mille euros bruts mensuels. On notera encore que son riche sponsor, Nicolas Berggruen, fondateur du comité Théodule en question, ainsi que du très influent Berggruen Institute on Governance – en gros, comment le Nouveau Monde est censé apprendre à l’Ancien à mieux gérer ses affaires –, fait partie des premières fortunes mondiales, à en croire Forbes, magazine américain connu pour être des mieux informés en la matière", lire ici tout l'article et ici Arret sur Info.ch un site suisse bien informé.
Maintenant, vous comprenez mieux pourquoi Mme Goulard est en charge des rapports entre la Banque France et la banque JP Morgan qui est toujours en panne d'or, comme vous avez pu le lire ici maintes fois depuis 2008. Pour le reste, cette manipulation était déjà annoncée dans le livre 666.
D'ailleurs, voici un autre rappel du 5 février 2018 "SYLVIE GOULARD, LA NULLE, PARACHUTEE A LA BANQUE DE FRANCE, LE PERSONNEL EST ECOEURE. Mme Goulard ne s'adresse pas aux "Sans Dents"... Rappel: elle a été payée par une obscure ONG américaine pour on ne sait pas trop pourquoi : - ) Elle a été recasée à la Banque de France comme "second sous-gouverneur" en remplacement de Denis Beau, promu premier sous-gouverneur, et elle devra s'occuper des questions européennes. Et je ne vous dis pas ce qui se raconte sur son compte à la Banque de France".
Ce que vous voyez surtout c'est qu'elle ne s'occupe pas des affaires européennes mais bien de l'or de la France.
Le communiqué de la Banque de France est (volontairement) flou et ne veut rien dire. Cela dit, quand vous entendez "swaps d'or", vous devez le traduire tout de suite par arnaque, puisque par définition celui-ci est vendu deux fois, surtout que la Banque de France n'a pas le droit d'en vendre sans la permission de l'éxécutif. Mais cela ne dérangera pas la JP Morgan. Avec Mme Goulard, le ver est dans le fruit et il est fort probable que l'or de la Francedisparaîtra petit à petit. J'aurai l'occasion de revenir sur le sujet, même si je ne suis pas étonné par ce qui se passe. En attendant, téléchargez le pdf du Alchemist ici, ce qui vous prouve bien qu'elle a l'intention de transformer l'or de la France en plomb : - ), normal quand on est payé par des intérêts étrangers.


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PostPosted: Wed 28 Nov - 21:49 (2018)    Post subject: BERLIN : POUR QUE L’UE PARLE «D’UNE SEULE VOIX» LA FRANCE DOIT LUI CEDER SON SIEGE A L'ONU Reply with quote


17:21 28.11.2018(mis à jour 17:26 28.11.2018)

Le ministre allemand des Finances estime que l’Europe doit disposer de son propre siège au sein du Conseil de sécurité de l’Onu. Selon lui, c’est à la France de céder le sien à l’Union européenne.

Olaf Scholz, vice-chancelier allemand et ministre fédéral des Finances, estime que l'Union européenne doit avoir son propre siège au sein du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies. Et pour défendre son point de vue, il n'y va pas par quatre chemins: il a ouvertement déclaré souhaiter que le siège de la France au Conseil de sécurité devienne un siège européen afin que l'UE puisse « parler d'une seule voix ».

«Si nous prenons l'Union européenne au sérieux, elle devrait également parler d'une seule voix au sein du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies […] Le siège de la France pourrait être transformé en siège de l'UE», a affirmé lors d'un discours sur l'avenir de l'Europe à Berlin Olaf Scholz, cité par les médias.

Nations unies
© Sputnik . Michail Klimentyev

Conseil de sécurité, Berlin mettrait bien Paris sur un siège permanent… éjectable!

Il a ajouté que le poste de chef de la délégation de l'Union européenne auprès des Nations Unies pourrait être occupé de manière permanente par un Français, tout en admettant qu'il serait difficile de matérialiser ce projet.

«La France et l'Allemagne agissent désormais ensemble dans cette instance», mais un siège européen permettrait d'aller encore plus loin, a souligné Olaf Scholz.

Depuis sa création au lendemain de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le Conseil de sécurité compte cinq membres permanents qui disposent d'un droit de veto: Chine, États-Unis, France, Royaume-Uni et Union soviétique (Russie).

Conseil de sécurité de l'Onu
© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Berlin veut rendre sa participation au Conseil de sécurité de l’Onu «plus européenne»

Outre ces cinq membres permanents, la structure dispose de dix élus chacun choisi pour une période de deux ans. Le 8 juin, l'Allemagne a été élue membre du Conseil de sécurité pour les années 2019 et 2020. Début octobre, Christoph Heusgen, proche d'Angela Merkel depuis son arrivée au pouvoir en 2005, ne cachait pas les ambitions de l'Allemagne de siéger au Conseil de sécurité de l'Onu, officiellement pour «faire valoir les positions de l'Union européenne».


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