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The North American Union (NAU) is a theoretical economic and political union ofCanada, Mexico, and the United States. The concept is loosely based on the European Union, occasionally including a common currency called the Amero or the North American Dollar. A union of the North American continent, sometimes extending to Central and South America, has been the subject of academic concepts for over a century, as well as becoming a common trope in science fiction. One reason for the difficulty in realizing the concept is that individual developments in each region have failed to prioritize a larger union.
Some form of union has been discussed or proposed in academic, business, and political circles for decades. However, government officials from all three nations say there are no plans to create a North American Union and that no agreement to do so has been signed.
New York police violently attacking unemployed workers in Tompkins Square Park, 1874.
Police brutality is the wanton use of excessive force, usually physical, but potentially in the form of verbal attacks and psychological intimidation, by a police officer.
Widespread police brutality exists in many countries, even those that prosecute it. It is one of several forms of police misconduct, which include: false arrest; intimidation; racial profiling; political repression; surveillance abuse; sexual abuse; and police corruption. However, as aforementioned, it may involve physical force but never reaching death under police custody.Although illegal, it can be done under the color of law.
The Thinking Corporation corporate innovation program was developed by David Frood. David worked for sixteen years as a consultant to medium and large businesses, initially with an international sales consulting firm, then freelance. Client organizations include Hewlett Packard, Qantas, Diageo, Reckitt Benckiser, Cerebos Foods, CommSec and Daikin Air-conditioning. He became a specialist in implementing new sales/marketing process, change management and people development from sales people to senior managers.
This experience formed the basis for The Thinking Corporation book after observing many highly skilled and knowledgeable people who were frustrated by the boundaries and structure of their employer organizations. Employees would rarely tell their employers about ideas for new products, services or markets or simply to improve existing processes. It became clear that there is a much better way to manage both people and organizations through designing a company that is capable of harnessing the talent from within the ranks.
Following the book being published in 2008, the contents were then molded into a corporate change program that provides the framework for organizations to thrive through engaging the talents of the entire workforce. It is important that all of us make a start to securing the future of our corporations and provide security and prosperity for employees.
"Codex Alimentarius," which refers to a set of strict regulations covering all aspects of food, is Latin for "food code" or "food regulations." This collection of food rules in Europe dates back to standards enacted between 1897 and 1911 by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They were used as a legal reference by the courts, although the Codex Alimentarius itself had no legal standing.
Modern Codex regulations are prepared by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (herein referred to as "Codex"), which works with the EU and UN in an attempt to regulate every aspect of food production, packaging, preparation, preservation, and presentation of food "from farm to fork." Codex also attempts to regulate supplemental nutrients. It even goes so far as to eliminate "organic produce" standards (through dilution)!
Because the U.S. is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), and because the WTO and other treaty agreements require the United States to adhere to Codex standards, any changes approved in Europe, and implemented in the EU-dominated Codex meetings, could subject the United States to WTO-enforced trade sanctions.
Codex will control:
1. Vitamins, minerals and nutrients,
2. Genetically modified organisms,
3. Toxic residues,
4. Antibiotics, drugs, growth stimulants, and other hormones in food animals,
5. Organic foods, and
6. Irradiation of food.
Chemtrails are unusually persistent airplane contrails with impacts upon weather and the health of those exposed to chemtrail fallout. They have been sighted in many countries and during all hours of the day and night, though chemtrail spraying usually begins early in the morning and slows in the evening. Air crafts involved in this phenomenon are commercial and military planes, the latter identifiable by traveling in areas and directions otherwise restricted for commercial flights.
As pointed out in Stan and Holly Deyo's May 31'st Newsletter, there are three major theories concerning an explanation of the chemtrail phenomenon:
The one element that binds together the all local, state and federal agencies is the economy. The border crisis will provide the UN the opportunity to have a presence in the border states. However, there will be 46 states that will not be under UN control. Therefore, how does the UN overcome this challenge in order to assume complete control of the United States?
Food riots are coming
When the American economy collapses, food riots will commence. The average American will have enough food and water for about three days, with the majority of Americans not possessing the means to protect their individual supplies from the hording bands of desperate people. Banks will collapse, business inventories will be looted and police will abandon their posts just like they did during Hurricane Katrina. From a law enforcement perspective, America will lose the ability to respond to the crisis within 3-5 days. Within 10 days, there will absolute and total anarchy. Nobody will be safe. However, the UN “Peacekeepers” will be present and will be willing and able to assume control. And if they assume control, as they did, in Bosnia, Serbia, the West Bank, Lebanon and Rwanda, Americans are in a lot of trouble.
Two months shy of her third birthday, Susan Goudy was sexually abused by a sixteen-year-old neighbor. The scars from childhood sexual abuse are invisible. Susan was very young when she was sexually abused and did not understand clearly
what happened to her and therefore lived in fear for years without an understanding of why. Although she unconsciously buried this horrific experience deep
within herself, the deep-rooted fear that resulted continued to influence her decisions, happiness, relationships, health, and more for many years. This fear consumed much of her life and paralyzed her in many ways.
In The Journey from Fear to Love Is Shorter Than You Think, Goudy describes the
awakening into life that finally freed her from the mental, physical, and spiritual
chains of her past. A memoir written from a spiritual point of view, this book is
sprinkled with self-help tips that will give readers the tools they need to get
“present and focused” and to take an honest look at what they are or are not doing to create the lives they currently live.
Goudy knows from firsthand experience that living in the shadow of your past can
cause you to forget that you have the power to take charge of your life. No matter
what may or may not lie in your own past, Susan Goudy can help you become
more awake, aware, clear, and empowered. It’s time to stop being a victim and to
leave excuses behind. It’s time to realize just how powerful and wonderful you
are, have been, and will always be!
James Maioho is a Business Mentor, Consultant, Coach and Author who resides in West Michigan.
A full time, Single Father of two girls, James is heavily involved in the local community, State Politics,
Mentoring and volunteering for regional Minority Contractors and businesses as well as various
charities, such as Habitat for Humanity and has become active as a mentor and speaker in the recovery
community, helping other battle personal issues in an attempt to live a more fulfilling life.
He also brings more than twenty five years of seasoned, in depth, business building experience from a
wide range of industries and markets.
Notably, at age 26 he was the youngest Full line Territory Manager ever to represent Caterpillar up to
that time in the United States. Managing several counties in Michigan he increased revenue form $250K
to nearly $10M annually. He currently is implementing his proven sales methodology into the fastest
growing Environmental Services Company in the Mid-West.
Time and time again, James has brought companies and product into consistent double digit growth and
exponentially increased market share.
Before founding The MadKo Group; James tenured with a private, Turn Around- Consulting Firm as an
Analyst and Change Strategist. This Chicago based firm focused specifically on Tax issues and Change
Strategy. Making over 300 site visits, across the U.S., he worked with Principals, CEOs and Boards to turn
around businesses in every sector. He intimately understands the challenges that businesses and Sales
and Marketing Divisions and professionals face.
The time my dad told us kids that when the government cracks down and takes over we need to immediately head to the armory, take it over, and mount the resistance from there.
The time I read the Left Behind books’ description of a group of patriotic Americans doing just this – taking over the local armory and fighting against the UN’s takeover of the United States only to be blown up and utterly defeated – and wondered if that would be me someday.
The time I put the stones outside of my cabin at camp into the outline of the words “Get the U.S. out of the UN,” and then received extra points for this during cabin inspections.
The time I was taught about a secret UN treaty that the U.S. Senate almost passed in 1993, a treaty that would have essentially amounted to a UN takeover in the name of environmentalism and as the forerunner of a one world government.
It strikes me that there is a lot of overlap between evangelical Christians’ beliefs about the end times and the ideology of the militia movement. Both want the U.S. out of the UN and both fear that the UN is on the cusp of a global takeover. Both see anarchy in the nation’s future. One camp I attended as a teen was actually an odd combination of Christian Right politics and militia movement ideology.
Kelly Falardeau is a burn survivor. Since the age of two she has struggled with her self-worth and confidence after receiving burns to 75% of her body. Kelly found a way to go from near-death to success; from the ugly scar-faced girl to the Top 10 Most Powerful and Influential Speaker, Fierce Woman of the Year, Best-Selling Author (3 times), recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and most recently a YWCA Woman of Distinction 2013.
You have to ask yourself how? How did a burn survivor who constantly struggled with rejection, staring and teasing burst through all the negativity in her life to succeed? You have to hear her speak or read her books to learn the stories of how she did it.
Fred Maidment is the author/co-author/editor or co-editor of 25 books dealing with topics in management, human resources and international business. Fred is a Professor of Management at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, CT. He has worked for the Chase Manhattan Bank, the NCR Corp. and has had his own business. Fred has consulted with agencies of the federal government, not-for-profit organizations and corporations. He did his undergraduate work at the Stern School of NYU, his masters at the Baruch College of CUNY, his doctorate from the University of South Carolina, Columbia, and was a Resident Scholar at the Warrington School of Business of the University of Florida at Gainesville. Dr. Maidment’s most current book is entitled, What Your Boss Doesn’t Want You to Know: How to Succeed (and Excel!) in the Global Economy. He and his wife live in Connecticut and are the parents of four children and three grandchildren.
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