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> UN ENDORSES ANGLO-AMERICAN PLAN FOR IRAQ, OXYMORON, READ ARTICLE CAREFULLY


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Updated: 04:37 AM EDT
U.N. Endorses Anglo-American Plan for Iraq
Security Council OKs Transition Resolution
By EDITH M. LEDERER, AP


UNITED NATIONS (June 9) -- Supporters and opponents of the Iraq war joined forces to help launch the country's interim government, unanimously adopting a U.N. resolution backing Iraqi sovereignty and giving the new leaders clout over a U.S.-led force.
The U.N. resolution authorizes the U.S.-led multinational force to remain in Iraq to help ensure security but gives the Iraqi government the right to ask the force to leave at any time.


The measure authorizes the U.S.-led multinational force for Iraq, but says the mandate will end when a constitutionally elected government takes power, expected by early 2006, or if the Iraqi government requests it.

It also gives the Iraqi government control over its oil revenues.

But whether the new government succeeds after the June 30 restoration of sovereignty will depend on its own efforts to rally support. It also remains unclear how other countries will respond to the resolution's call for troops and aid.


So far, there's been no rush to provide financial or military help, and Russia's deputy U.N. ambassador Alexander Konuzin said: ''I don't think there are very many volunteers. There are enough forces - 150,000, that's enough.''

The Security Council's 15-0 vote on Tuesday followed two weeks of intense negotiations and a last-minute U.S. compromise on a key French and German demand for the resolution to state clearly that the Iraqi government will control all Iraqi forces and have veto power over their participation in military operations by the multinational force.

France and Germany, key opponents of the war, also wanted the interim government to have veto power over major military operations by the U.S.-led force, like the siege of Fallujah.

But Iraq's new leaders didn't demand such power, so Paris and Berlin agreed to the U.S.-Iraqi deal requiring the force and the new government to agree on ''policy on sensitive offensive operations.''


U.N. Ambassador Jean-Marc de La Sabliere said after the vote that ''France cannot imagine that the multinational force would go against the opinion of Iraq's sovereign government.''

France and other council nations praised the U.S. flexibility in trying to reach agreement. The measure adopted Tuesday was the fifth version of the U.S.-British draft since May 24.{STARLYTES OWN ADDITION HERE-FRANCE?????...PRAISED US??????}

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said the vote showed the council's willingness to come together after last year's divisions over the war to help the Iraqi people ''take charge of their own political destiny.''

''Obviously we are not there yet. Free and fair elections ... will be a historic milestone on Iraq's road to stability and peace,'' he said, but security must improve for voting to take place by January 2005.

President Bush said the measure will set the stage for democracy in Iraq and be a ''catalyst for change'' in the Middle East.


''The world community has spoken with one voice and given its support to the new Iraqi government,'' British Prime Minister Tony Blair said at the Group of Eight summit in Sea Island, Ga. ''The people of Iraq now know that the world community is united in helping them take charge of their future.''

U.S. Ambassador John Negroponte, who will become U.S. ambassador to Iraq early next month, said the resolution's unanimous adoption is ''a vivid demonstration of broad international support'' for what the text called ''a federal, democratic, pluralist and unified Iraq, in which there is full respect for political and human rights.''

The interim government - put together by a U.N. envoy, the Americans and their Iraqi allies - hopes the unanimous vote will give it a legitimacy that eluded its predecessor, the U.S.-appointed Iraqi Governing Council. That legitimacy would put it in a better position to curry support among fellow Arab regimes and seek economic help from abroad.

''The Iraqis are committed to the rebuilding of their country and further committed that tyranny again will not again revisit them,'' said Feisel Istrabadi, the legal adviser to Iraq's Foreign Ministry, who represented Iraq at the council meeting. ''We would welcome the international community's help.''

Russia's Konuzin noted that the situation in Iraq ''remains a bleeding wound in the Middle East and in world politics'' and stressed that ''only time will tell whether adoption of this resolution will help achieve a turnaround.''

''Much here will depend on whether the Iraqis themselves sense a real transition from a military occupation to a restoration of sovereignty,'' he said.

Algeria's U.N. Ambassador Abdallah Baali, the only Arab council member, warned that the future for the Iraqi people remained ''loaded'' with dangers and uncertainties and the resolution couldn't resolve all of them.

It's up to the governments that will lead the country to make the political transition work and ensure that the Iraqi peoples' dream of a free and democratic country becomes a reality, he said.

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 as for france stating 150,000 troops are there now, and that is enuf, interesting. seems like i read with them keeping those us troops that were there and with the new batch, the total was 130,-140,000 USA TROOPS gee, go figure.

what is also really hitting me now, with several things going on, perhaps with the "all the world out at sea", is this really is starting to look like some UN thingy.
and i am wondering just what secret contract we have signed with them that we dont know.--examples read something last fall about the UN mandating the diet and nutrition of kids, (at aoreport.com), what was strange is that we were trying to find away around it, (had something to do with WHO also), but why are we taking orders like this from UN. Then this week i rec'd an email, political action type, and it was requesting you to write the UN about our situation in iraq. NOW WHY WOULD I WRITE THE UN? I REALLY DO FEEL LIKE I AM IN THE MATRIX, LIKE MAYBE WE ARE ALREADY NWO AND DONT REALIZE IT YET, THEY ARE GRADUALLY MAKING ALL AWARE BY LEAKING LITTLE THINGS OUT?

know it sounds crazy, but there are other catches i have made too, just didnt save them. we have to be very close to being there if not (total nwo).

this article to me, is bizzaro! total denial of reality as i see it. what gives?


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http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=stor...go_pr_wh/summit

Bush, G-8 Leaders Show Harmony on Iraq

Tue Jun 8, 7:30 PM ET
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By TOM RAUM, Associated Press Writer

SEA ISLAND, Ga. - President Bush (news - web sites) and other world leaders showcased a new harmony on Iraq (news - web sites) on Tuesday as they met at their annual summit, but prickly issues remained over both Iraq and Bush's plan to promote democracy across the wider Middle East.



Bush hailed the passage of a new U.N. Security Council resolution on Iraq as "a great victory for the Iraqi people" and thanked President Vladimir Putin (news - web sites) for Russia's help in winning the vote.
Putin, who had opposed the U.S.-led war in Iraq, called the U.N. vote "a major step forward."



Despite the vote, Bush lowered expectations of gaining other countries' military support in Iraq — one of the original hopes behind the resolution.



"I expect nations to contribute as they see fit," Bush said as he met with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi on the opening day of the Group of Eight summit.



Of the powerful countries attending the summit on this secluded coastal resort island, only the United States, Britain, Italy and Japan have troops in Iraq. Japan's noncombat troops perform humanitarian missions.
Germany, France, Canada and Russia do not have troops in Iraq, and have said they will not send forces.

A social dinner Tuesday evening marked the formal opening of the summit, but Bush first had one-on-one meetings with Koizumi and the leaders of Canada, Germany and Russia.



Throughout the day, heads of state arrived at an Army airfield near Savannah and were taken by helicopter to Sea Island, a five-mile long private resort island that has been virtually sealed off from the mainland by barricades and fences.



Police and journalists far outnumbered protesters, disappointing activists who said heavy security scared away many others. Protest marches in Brunswick, the nearest coastal city, and Savannah, 80 miles to the north, drew around 100 activists each Tuesday.



The Security Council agreement on Iraq, approved by a 15-0 vote Tuesday, was an important victory for Bush, taking the sting out of recent disagreements with Europe.



British Prime Minister Tony Blair (news - web sites), Bush's key ally in the war, called it "an important milestone." And German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, a leading opponent of the war, called it "a good foundation for enhancing stability."



But Bush's proposal to promote democracy across the Muslim world has run into resistance from Arab and European governments that see it as heavy-handed and American interference.



Turkey's prime minister told reporters the plan's success depends on first resolving conflicts in Iraq and between Israel and the Palestinians.



"Solving the Israeli-Palestinian problem is an urgent matter above everything else," Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Ankara before leaving for the summit.



Anticipating such criticism, American officials said their proposal will include a firm rejection of the idea that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict stalls democratic and human-rights reforms.



Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin voiced support for Bush's initiative and rejected criticism that it was an attempt to deflect attention from the Israeli-Palestinian crisis. "Everybody wants to ease the tensions in the Middle East," he said.

 






Martin said Canada has no plans to commit troops to Iraq, but he said the country was providing reconstruction money.

At their meeting, Koizumi told Bush that he had detected a slight warming by North Korea (news - web sites) to the idea of giving up its nuclear weapons, according to a senior Bush administration official who briefed several hundred reporters only on condition that his name not be used.

Koizumi recently met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, and publicly he expressed optimism about breaking the impasse, though he cited "hard and difficult conditions."
While Iraq and the Middle East overshadowed this year's agenda, summit participants on Tuesday announced agreement on fighting famine on the Horn of Africa, eradicating polio, cutting poverty and developing an HIV (news - web sites) vaccine.
And Schroeder said as he arrived in the United States that he expected high oil prices would be another issue at the summit. The prices aren't yet a threat to growth in his country's struggling economy, he said — but added that both Western governments and OPEC (news - web sites) have an interest in seeing them come down.

He did not elaborate on how it would be discussed or if any action could be expected.

Three recent developments on Iraq helped to defuse the controversy among allies: the forming of an interim government, last week's fence-mending trip by Bush to Europe, and the revised U.N. resolution defining the new Iraqi government's power.

Bush has invited a group of Middle Eastern leaders to Wednesday's session — including the new Iraqi president, Ghazi al-Yawer.

In Washington before heading south to the summit, al-Yawer brushed off any suggestion that there might be disagreement between U.S. and Iraqi commanders after the June 30 handover of political power. "We are working together," al-Yawer told reporters. "These people are in our country to help us."


AS BUSH SAID WE ARE IN FOR THE LONG{hard} HAUL


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here's the info on the tax and food deal.
from aoreport.com
UN Attempts To Exert Dictatorial Powers
Prepares to Require Food Taxes
 The UN wants your money. No matter where you live, the UN wants to tax you for eating what it considers to be unhealthy food, to save you from becoming too fat. It is merely a ploy to begin implementing a series of taxes that will ultimately result in loss of nationalism and nationality in favor of world government. The way they intend to achieve
this is to begin taxing high-fat foods, sugars, and salty foods as a way to protect people from becoming too fat or too unhealthy. By pretending to promote a "moral" issue, the UN leaders are looking to establish a precedent through which a hole in nationality will become so wide as to drive through a world dictatorship.  Full details on latest UN plans are here. .


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Jan 20, 3:05 PM (ET)

By Stephanie NebehayGENEVA (Reuters) - The United States, where two-thirds of adults are overweight, succeeded Tuesday in stalling a global plan to fight an obesity epidemic.

The World Health Organization executive had hoped to approve the plan to promote healthy food and lifestyles, drawn up with the help of member states, nutritional experts and the food industry, at the end of a debate Tuesday.

But the United States, backed up by its powerful food industry, has questioned findings on which the U.N. agency's plan is based and called for more study.

The draft Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health warns that poor diets and lack of exercise are the leading causes of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers. These account for nearly 60 percent of 56.5 million deaths a year deemed preventable.

It recommends a lower intake of sugar, sodium and artery-clogging trans-fatty acids and suggests governments set taxation and subsidy policies to promote healthy eating habits.

The WHO delayed deciding whether to approve the plan until the end of February to allow for changes to the text.

Diplomats said U.S. opposition reflected pressure by its domestic food lobby, especially the sugar industry.

William Steiger, head of the U.S. delegation, called the plan a "good first step," but said it put too much of the burden for diet reform on states and not enough on individuals.

"Government-imposed solutions are not always appropriate," he said. "People need to be empowered to take responsibility for their health."

The United States has disputed experts' assertions that heavy marketing of high-calorie foods and advertising junk food on children's television contributes to obesity.

Worldwide, 1.1 billion adults and 22 million children under age five are obese, according to the World Heart Federation.

Sixty-five percent of U.S. adults are overweight, and some 38.8 million Americans, or 31 percent of the adult population, were classified as obese, meaning their health was seriously at risk.

Obese people are more likely to suffer heart attacks, strokes, several forms of cancer and less deadly disabilities such as backaches.

Steiger conceded that obesity is a significant U.S. health problem, "We are eating too much and moving too little with our sedentary lifestyle," he said.

Grenada and Mauritius, two sugar-producing states, backed the U.S. position on the 32-state board, as did Russia, South Korea and India.

Britain, backed by Canada and France, said it was urgent for governments to educate youth worldwide about the dangers of junk food and soft drinks.

"Obesity is a global epidemic. We see it as a health time bomb," Dr. Liam Donaldson, Britain's chief medical officer, told the board.

"What the U.S. has achieved is reopening the consultative process. It has created a window of opportunity to influence reshaping the strategy," Neville Rigby, policy director at the International Obesity Task Force, told Reuters.

"It is still all to play for... There will be a lot of horse trading between now and May," he said, referring to the next World Health Assembly, the WHO's governing body attended by ministers, which has the final say on policy.



i have heard rumors that we were going to be taxed (more)on soft drinks and junk food, think this is where it might be coming from -starlyte.











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It is good news that a caretaker Iraqi government has been formed, but the terms under which it governs are critical. Both the U.S. and Great Britain desperately want a new U.N. mandate for transferring partial sovereignty while maintaining the military occupation after June 30th. This gives the U.N. Security Council enormous leverage in getting the next phase of our Iraqi misadventure on the right track.

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The current version of the draft resolution on Iraq is deeply flawed and must be improved before passage. Already, under international pressure, the draft resolution has been changed to provide for Iraqi control of Iraqi military forces (but not foreign forces) and to set a date in early 2006 for withdrawal of foreign forces. This progress should be acknowledged, and pressure for further changes should be intensified.

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ARTICLE VI

* 1. All debts contracted and engagements entered into, before the adoption of this constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this constitution, as under the confederation.
* 2. This constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, any thing in the constitution or laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding.
* 3. The senators and representatives before-mentioned, and the members of the several state legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers, both of the United States and of the several states, shall be bound by oath or affirmation, to support this constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.

The bold section is what give these fools the 'authority' to put us under UN rule as per "The Constitution of the United States" which is the wrong document and illegally published. Our real constitution is The Constitution for the United States. Both versions can be found here: http://www.constitution.org/cs_found.htm

See if you can spot the differences. Those differences make an illegal federal government all powerful and out of control of We The People.




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6 years later, the Roman empire is not leaving Iraq as the empire has invaded Afghanistan, protected the opium fields, and brought tons of heroin to Europe, Russia and America and USA bombs Pakistan with drones almost daily killing civilians, women and children while we all stuff our fat faces --- and with Iran in the cross hairs.




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