ha ha ha - this is a true picture of what we Had become when brainlessly following the dead brained leaders :(
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Shall we try it then ?
Indeed it's a VERY interesting discovery :)
Being not to well at present as to my mentall condition - under great stress my Test cone as Grade B+
AT LEAST NOW THEY HAD ACEPTED OFFICIALY ADMITTING TO A CRIMES COMMITTED OVER
THE PAST CENTURIES THAT WERE AND ARE GOING ON -
IN SILENCE WELL COVERED UP WELL HIDDEDN FROM THE EYES OF THE WORLD MEDIAS
AND OTHER NATIONS.
WHAT'S A CHEATS AND DOUBLE STANDARTS THEY REALY ARE -
INVADING OTHER COUNTRIES UNDER FALSE COAT OF 'FREEDOM' - WHAT FREEDOM ?
IF IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FREEDOM AS IT'S PROVEN RIGHT
NOW AS PER THEIR OWN OFFICAIL ADMITION.
BARBARIANS AS MUCH AS THE STONE AGED ONES WERE.
The four immeasurables
May all beings have happiness and the causes of happiness.
May all beings be free from suffering and the causes of suffering.
May all beings rejoice in the well-being of others.
May all beings live in peace, free from greed and hatred.
Each of the four verses corresponds to a mental state: loving kindess, compassion, sympathetic joy,
and peace (or equanimity).
See the Metta Sutta page.
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Technology companies can stifle competition through use of IP rights, EU Commissioner says
The EU's Competition Commissioner has raised concerns that technology companies can use intellectual property (IP) rights to stifle competition.
Feasibility study into digital copyright exchange launched
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Content mining copyright exemption would harm UK business, publishers claim
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Proposed US copyright laws threaten innovation, growth and cybersecurity, brands say
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Traffic management practices must not be anti-competitive, European Parliament says
The European Parliament has adopted a resolution promoting the principles of an "open and neutral" internet.
Reduced consultation periods and overhauled tribunal system proposed as part of 'radical' employment law changes
The 90 day minimum consultation period for collective redundancies may be restricting business and could be reduced as part of the most radical reform to employment law for decades, the Government has said.
Government report proposes independent assessments and job-brokering for long term absent
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Projects and Construction
Current PFI projects will not be affected by review, Treasury confirms
The Treasury's current review of the way in which private sector funding is harnessed for public infrastructure projects will not affect projects that are already operational, the Treasury has confirmed.
Excluded workers not all entitled to retrospective pension scheme membership, says Court of Appeal
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General tax avoidance prohibition should be introduced, report says
The Government should consider introducing a general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR) into the UK tax system, an independent report has recommended.
Government Green Deal anticipates ﾃ,ﾂ｣14bn private sector investment in energy improvements for buildings
Proposals setting out the details of the Green Deal, a Government-backed scheme established by the Energy Act that will enable new energy efficiency measures to be installed at no up-front cost, have been announced by Energy Secretary Chris Huhne.
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