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Norbert D'Costa
Canada
For a better world
Interests: life, religion, science, universe, evolution, creation, world peace, big bang, one world, one people, one government, nirvanha
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The Old World Order is crumbling. Tunisians, Egyptians, Yemenis and other Arabs are on the streets shaking themselves off of their western backed leaders. Elsewhere in the world countries once caught in the polarization of the Cold War are now free, spreading their wings. The Economic and Political influence of... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Khan, has warned that Global Currency Wars pose "a real threat" to economic recovery. He says there are signs that countries are using their currencies "as a weapon": via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Khan, has warned that Global Currency Wars pose "a real threat" to economic recovery. He says there are signs that countries are using their currencies "as a weapon": via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party Canada
The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Khan, has warned that Global Currency Wars pose "a real threat" to economic recovery. He says there are signs that countries are using their currencies "as a weapon": via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
Democracy is a system of government "of the people, by the people, for the people". This democracy stands upon four pillars: via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
It is 2010. There are just under 200 countries on earth, many of them land locked. For those with a coast line their sovereignty extends to 200 miles beyond their coast line. All countries have sovereignty over their air space which extends vertically to the maximum height most aircraft can... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
Canada is the only country on earth with oil economically extractable from tar sands. Is this a blessing or a curse? via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party Canada
A few days ago I wrote my post "India's Maoist threat. Deja vu?" In that post I showed the situation was predicted decades previously. I did not offer any suggestion on dealing with the threat. I would recommend reading the previous post for context before continuing. via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
In late september 2009 at a meeting of G-20 countries in Pittsburgh the leaders of these nations determined that the G-20 will permanently replace the G-8 as the "permanent council for international economic cooperation." via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
In late september 2009 at a meeting of G-20 countries in Pittsburgh the leaders of these nations determined that the G-20 will permanently replace the G-8 as the "permanent council for international economic cooperation." via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party Canada
In late september 2009 at a meeting of G-20 countries in Pittsburgh the leaders of these nations determined that the G-20 will permanently replace the G-8 as the "permanent council for international economic cooperation." via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
India's Prime Minister says that its Maoist insurgency is the single biggest threat to India's security. He goes on to say India is losing the battle against these rebels (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8266550.stm). This implies that the Maoist insurgents of India are a bigger threat to India than neighboring countries such as China... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
What is the difference? Over one trillion US Dollars! via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
What is the difference? Over one trillion US Dollars! via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party Canada
What is the difference? Over one trillion US Dollars! via www.weonepeople.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
Today in a world that you, me and our progeny continue to populate, 8 leading developed countries (G8) and 5 leading developing countries (G5) agreed that global temperatures should not rise more than 2 degrees Celsius above 1900 levels. The G8 agreed to themselves reduce emissions 80% by 2050 and... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
Today in a world that you, me and our progeny continue to populate, 8 leading developed countries (G8) and 5 leading developing countries (G5) agreed that global temperatures should not rise more than 2 degrees Celsius above 1900 levels. The G8 agreed to themselves reduce emissions 80% by 2050 and... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party Canada
Today in a world that you, me and our progeny continue to populate, 8 leading developed countries (G8) and 5 leading developing countries (G5) agreed that global temperatures should not rise more than 2 degrees Celsius above 1900 levels. The G8 agreed to themselves reduce emissions 80% by 2050 and... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
On October 22, 2008 India launched an unmanned spacecraft, Chandrayaan-1, to the moon at the cost of $100 million. On August 29, 2009 mission control lost all contact with Chandrayaan-1. On August 31 after all attempts to reestablish contact with Chandrayaan-1 failed ISRO (The Indian Space Agency) abandoned the mission.... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
Regardless of our physical appearance, nationality, religion or culture we are all one people. What we lack is a world government that is democratically elected and representative of every single person on earth regardless of physical attributes, religious beliefs or cultural values. A World Government that will truly represent all... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party India
Regardless of our physical appearance, nationality, religion or culture we are all one people. What we lack is a world government that is democratically elected and representative of every single person on earth regardless of physical attributes, religious beliefs or cultural values. A World Government that will truly represent all... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party Canada
Regardless of our physical appearance, nationality, religion or culture we are all one people. What we lack is a world government that is democratically elected and representative of every single person on earth regardless of physical attributes, religious beliefs or cultural values. A World Government that will truly represent all... Continue reading
Reblogged May 7, 2011 at One World Party
There is a revolution going on in the Arab world. People of Tunisia & Egypt have overthrown their dictactors. The bloody revolution continues in Syria, Libya & Yemen with hundreds of people laying down their lives for freedom. Where does Canada stand on all of this? Do these lives matter... Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2011 at One World Party Canada
Preamble India is the largest democracy in the world with a population of 1.15 billion and growing. From the tip of Kanyakumari in the south to the peaks of the Himalayas in the north, from the Bay of Bengal in East to the Arabian Sea in the West, India is... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2011 at One World Party India