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There are two groups intent on destroying social safety nets.    If you want to look at The Invisible Hand, read the lists of members below.

Churchill once said:   "Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened."  Do you want to know the truth?

In the USA its the Peterson Institute for International Economics

In Europe its Brugel

Leszek Balcerowicz is Chairman of the Board of Brugel and on the Board of Peterson, according to their websites.

For a list of the other Board Members, etc., drop in below.  Bankers from around the world on on these lists as are the usuals - Rothchild & Rockefeller - and new ones = Chen Yuan, Governor, China Development Bank; former Deputy Governor, Peoples Bank of China.

The Rulers of the World, the Masters of the Universe, The Invisible Hands.  They are all on the lists.

Peterson Institute, USA  Do take note that this Board membership consists of people from all over the world.  

* Peter G. Peterson, Chairman
* George David, Vice Chairman
* James W. Owens, Chairman, Executive Committee

Leszek Balcerowicz
Ronnie C. Chan
Chen Yuan
* Andreas C. Dracopoulos
* Jessica Einhorn
Mohamed A. El-Erian
Stanley Fischer
Jacob A. Frenkel
Maurice R. Greenberg
Herbjorn Hansson
Tony Hayward
* Carla A. Hills
Karen Katen
W. M. Keck II
Michael Klein
* Caio Koch-Weser
Lee Kuan Yew
* Reynold Levy
Andrew N. Liveris
Sergio Marchionne
Donald F. McHenry
Indra K. Nooyi
Paul O'Neill
David J. O'Reilly
Hutham Olayan
Samuel J. Palmisano
Frank H. Pearl
Michael A. Peterson
Victor Pinchuk
* Joseph E. Robert, Jr.
Lynn Forester de Rothschild
* Richard E. Salomon
Sheikh Hamad Saud Al-Sayari
Edward W. Scott, Jr.
Frederick W. Smith
Lawrence H. Summers
Jean-Claude Trichet
Laura D'Andrea Tyson
Paul A. Volcker
Peter Voser
Jacob Wallenberg
Marina v.N. Whitman
Ronald A. Williams
Ernesto Zedillo
Ex officio
* C. Fred Bergsten
Nancy Birdsall
Richard N. Cooper
Barry Eichengreen
Honorary Directors
Alan Greenspan
Frank E. Loy
David Rockefeller
George P. Shultz
* Member of the Executive Committee

Members of the Board

Peter G. Peterson (Chairman of the Board)
Founder and Chairman, Peter G. Peterson Foundation; former Senior Chairman, The Blackstone Group; former Secretary of Commerce. and Assistant to the President for International Economic Policy.

George David (Vice Chairman of the Board)
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, United Technologies Corporation.

James W. Owens (Chairman of the Executive Committee)
Chairman and CEO Emeritus of Caterpillar.

Leszek Balcerowicz
Former Deputy Prime Minister, Poland; former Chairman, Center for Social and Economic Research, Warsaw, Poland; former Minister of Finance of Poland; President, National Bank of Poland.

Ronnie C. Chan
Chairman, Hang Lung Properties Limited.

Chen Yuan
Governor, China Development Bank; former Deputy Governor, Peoples Bank of China.

Andreas C. Dracopoulos
Director and co-President, Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

Jessica Einhorn
Dean, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University; former Visiting Fellow, International Monetary Fund; former Managing Director for Finance and Resource Mobilization, World Bank.

Mohamed A. El-Erian
CEO and Co-CIO, PIMCO; former President and CEO, Harvard Management Company, Inc.

Stanley Fischer
Governor, Bank of Israel; former Vice Chairman of Citigroup. See more: http://www.stanleyfischer.com

Jacob A. Frenkel
Former governor of the Bank of Israel and former IMF economic counselor and director of research.

Maurice R. Greenberg
Chairman and CEO, C.V. Starr and Co., Inc.; former Chairman, American International Group.

Herbjorn Hansson
Chairman and CEO, Nordic American Tanker Shipping Ltd.

Tony Hayward
Group Chief Executive, BP p.l.c.

Carla A. Hills
Chairman, Hills & Company; former United States Trade Representative; former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; former Assistant Attorney General of the United States.

Karen Katen
Senior Advisor, Essex Woodlands Health Ventures; former President, Pfizer Human Health; and former Vice Chairman, Pfizer Inc.

W. M. Keck II
President, Coalinga Corporation.

Michael Klein
Former Vice Chairman, Citigroup.

Caio Koch-Weser
Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Group; former Deputy Minister of Finance for Germany; former Managing Director, Operations, World Bank.

Lee Kuan Yew
Senior Minister and former Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore.

Reynold Levy
President, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Andrew N. Liveris
Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Dow Chemical Company.

Sergio Marchionne
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chrysler Group LLC; Chief Executive Officer, Fiat S.p.A., and Chairman, Fiat Industrial S.p.A. and CNH Global N.V.

Donald F. McHenry
University Research Professor of Diplomacy and International Affairs, Georgetown University; former US Ambassador to the United Nations.

Indra K. Nooyi
Chairman and CEO, PepsiCo.

Paul O'Neill
Former Secretary of the Treasury.

David J. O'Reilly
Former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation.

Hutham Olayan
President and CEO, Olayan America Corporation.

Samuel J. Palmisano
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, IBM Corporation.

Frank H. Pearl
Chairman and CEO, Perseus LLC, and founder and chairman, Perseus Books/Perseus Publishing.

Michael A. Peterson
Vice Chairman and Treasurer, Peter G. Peterson Foundation.

Victor Pinchuk
Founder of Interpipe Corporation.

Joseph E. Robert, Jr.
Executive Chairman, J.E. Robert Companies.

Lynn Forester de Rothschild
CEO and President, E.L. Rothschild Limited.

Richard E. Salomon
Managing Partner, East End Advisors, LLC.

Sheikh Hamad Saud Al-Sayari
Former Governor, Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.

Edward W. Scott, Jr.
Chairman of the Board of the Center for Global Development, philanthropist, and cofounder of BEA Systems.

Frederick W. Smith
Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, FedEx Corporation.

Lawrence H. Summers
Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University.

Jean-Claude Trichet
President, European Central Bank; former Governor, Banque de France; former Director of the Treasury, government of France.

Laura D'Andrea Tyson
Dean, London Business School; former Dean, Haas School of Business, Professor of Economics and Class of 1939 Chair, University of California at Berkeley; former National Economic Adviser to the President; former Chair, Council of Economic Advisers.

Paul A. Volcker
Henry Kaufman Visiting Professor, New York University Stern School of Business; Frederick H. Schultz Professor (Emeritus) of International Economic Policy, Princeton University; former Chairman, Wolfensohn and Co, Inc.; former Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Under Secretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs.

Peter Voser
Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell plc.

Jacob Wallenberg
Chairman, Investor AB (Sweden)

Marina v.N. Whitman
Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy, University of Michigan; former Vice President and Group Executive, General Motors Corporation; former Member of the Council of Economic Advisers.

Ronald A. Williams
Retired Chairman and CEO, Aetna Inc.

Ernesto Zedillo
Former President of Mexico.

Honorary Directors

Alan Greenspan
Former Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; former President and Chief Executive Officer, Townsend-Greenspan and Co.; former Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers.

Frank E. Loy
Chairman, Board of Directors, Resources for the Future; Acting Chair, Board of Directors, Populations Services International; former Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs; former Chairman of the Board, League of Conservation Voters; former President, German Marshall Fund of the United States; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.

David Rockefeller
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chase Manhattan.

George P. Shultz
Honorary Fellow, Hoover Institution; former Secretary of State; President and Director of Bechtel Group, Inc.; Secretary of the Treasury; Director, Office of Management and Budget; and Secretary of Labor.

Ex Officio

C. Fred Bergsten
Director, Peterson Institute for International Economics; former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs.

Nancy Birdsall
President, Center for Global Development, was Executive Vice-President of the Inter-American Development Bank from 1993 to 1998. Former Senior Associate and Director of the Economic Reform Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Richard N. Cooper
Chairman Emeritus, Advisory Committee, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University; former Chairman, National Intelligence Council, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, former Provost, Yale University.

Barry Eichengreen
Chairman, Advisory Committee, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Professor, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley.

Brugel
Bruegel's unique nature is drawn from a balanced partnership between private and public stakeholders. Its member base is currently composed of EU member states, international corporations and institutions.

Leszek Balcerowicz , Chairman of the board
José Manuel Campa
 Anna Ekström
 Jan Fischer
Vittorio Grilli
 Wolfgang Kopf
 Rainer Münz
 Jim O‘Neill
 Lars-Hendrik Röller
 Dariusz Rosati
 Helen Wallace

Brugel's Corporate Members  Click the link to view as they are represented by corporate logos.  Darn it.  Google is on the list!

You can find more details about the individuals in these lists here:

Who Is Ordering Our World?  These people?

To think that our world is ordered by democratically elected officials who work for the good the the people is becoming a naive thought.

For 80 years monies have been used globally to train and raise conservative leaders and to make sure they get elected.  You can read all about that here:

80 Years of Planning: The Kochs + The Family + Birchers = Tea Party

So, now what?

The next move is a One Currency World, the Bancor.  You can read about this here:

Bancor: A One Currency World On the IMF Table

It's not too late yet, but the window is closing.  

These people own their own armies and bullet/gun manufacturing plants now.  You can read about that here:

4+ Favorite Research Tools Other Than The Google - Enjoy!

And here:

DynCorp and Blackwater Now Owned by Private Equity Firms, Financed by TBTFs

Of course the Too Big To Fail Banks used the money the FED printed to bail them out to help private equity firms buy up armies, bullet, and gun manufactured.

But, there's more of us than there are of them.

But the window is closing.

OCCUPY EVERYTHING ASAP.

 

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  •  I Voted No Because I Started in the Late 70's. nt (2+ / 0-)
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    War on Error, cosbo

    We are called to speak for the weak, for the voiceless, for victims of our nation and for those it calls enemy.... --ML King "Beyond Vietnam"

    by Gooserock on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:04:41 PM PST

    •  So, it's not really a no? (1+ / 0-)
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      cosbo

      Hey, gotta run.  Revenge is on

      LOL

      It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

      by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:06:47 PM PST

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    •  Heh. (2+ / 0-)
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      War on Error, KalHermit

      What do you think it's going to take to wake up the populace. Heck, as smart as some people are on this blog, they still think that republicans are bad and democrats are good.

      They don't see the invisible hands that are the puppet masters of both these so-called parties. These parties are run by the same folks behind the scene.

      It's why I'm done voting. The game is rigged and has been for a long time. As long as people remain in Democrats vs. Republican mode, they're fighting the wrong enemy.

      And we'll stay the way we are...going no place, making no progress, stagnant until the next catastrophe hits, one either created by them to control us even further or by Mother Earth, who's probably sick to death of us all.

      The puppet masters are very skilled at creating strife between groups. As long as we're pointing at and blaming each other, they can watch, laugh, exploit, manipulate, terrorize and control from sidelines. The divide and conquer strategy has worked for them for hundreds of years. It works still.

      I will note though, that quite a few people are getting bored of the whole game. The hidden handlers are increasingly becoming exposed. Many are waking up to the patterns of manipulation and control, and are just done. I know I am.

      •  Well, I think we still need to show up (3+ / 0-)
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        cosbo, aliasalias, Neon Mama

        or we will be flushing ourselves down a very dire toilet.

        We can change and, if we do, the Invisible Hand will show up as they really are - proto-fascists.

        So, please keep voting.  In time we will choose candidates from our ranks, not from the ranks of elite schools and/or people groomed to continue the corporate status quo.

        It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

        by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:48:32 PM PST

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        •  Maybe... (1+ / 0-)
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          War on Error

          or maybe they'll notice that we've stopped playing the game. As long as we continue to vote, they'll assume that we're still buying their bullshit.

          Maybe we should just stop. Stop believing them, stop voting for  them, stop banking with them, stop watching their media.

          We should shun them in all ways possible without any violence.

          I have to wonder what they would do then.

          •  Honestly, Cosbo, its psyops (1+ / 0-)
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            KalHermit

            They did this in 2010 and we ended up with a buch of Tea Bag sociopaths in the House of Representatives and offices throughout the country.

            Even Ed Shultz espoused the "Don't vote, its a sham" bull shit.  shame on ed.  And many here, too.  It's psyops.  Old enough to recognize this.

            We really, really have to show up in droves and vote the best of whatever choices we have WHILE we work from the ground up to raise better candidates.

            Don't buy into the psyops or we will become a dismal Theocratic Totalitarian country.  We don't have that far to go, K?

            Promise?

            It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

            by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 07:48:48 PM PST

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  •  Behold: (2+ / 0-)
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    War on Error, cosbo

    Image Hosted by ImageShack.us

    Unlike the Invisible Mass-Enriching Hand of Adam Smith, THIS invisible hand really can part the seas.

    We are called to speak for the weak, for the voiceless, for victims of our nation and for those it calls enemy.... --ML King "Beyond Vietnam"

    by Gooserock on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:05:59 PM PST

  •  Concise History of Right Wing Propaganda Here: (1+ / 0-)
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    War on Error

    See Harpers' Magazine's Tentacles of Rage.

    Politics is the entertainment branch of industry. -Frank Zappa

    by TheGrandWazoo on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:33:14 PM PST

    •  Is it really a right wing issue, or are "parties" (0+ / 0-)

      just kabuki theater?

      I think we just need to show up more.  

      I was so disappointed when, after the One Nation Working Together rally, that the ONWT leaders literally disappeared.

      It took the Middle East to teach us how to Occupy.  Now there is hope.

      The Occupiers need to show up every time a Congress person shows up in their area.  Remind Congress who they are supposed to work for.

      Thanks for the link.

      It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

      by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:46:44 PM PST

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      •  "Right Wing" was not always = Rep. but does now (2+ / 0-)
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        War on Error, Neon Mama

        However, left wing equals only part of the Democratic Party.  That is the wing lead by Nancy Pelosi, and that is the reason we need her back as Speaker.

        She follows in a long tradition of bare-knuckled liberals who now what to fight for and how to win.

        Politics is the entertainment branch of industry. -Frank Zappa

        by TheGrandWazoo on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 05:57:50 PM PST

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        •  Off the Table (2+ / 0-)
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          War on Error, liamladdieo

          "Left Wing" Pelosi took Bush's impeachment off the table in 2007 because she wanted Clinton to run against Bush himself in 2008. It was her obligation to impeach Bush, and she didn't even get a President Clinton out of it. She left so many Bush crimes literally "unimpeachable" that Obama continues to commit them - so now they're institutionalized and we'll never get rid of them.

          If that's "left wing", it's still just the "left wing" of the right wing authoritarians. Or forget the whole "wing" model: it's just a different collection of corrupt cronies, perhaps not as bad as the "right wing" ones.

          "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - HST

          by DocGonzo on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 07:33:08 PM PST

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          •  One of many piss offs for sure. (0+ / 0-)

            But we still have to turn out the vote while we build from the ground up.

            We will win back this country but not if we allow the Teahadists to take control.  If that happens, we can kiss our country good bye.

            It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

            by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 07:50:28 PM PST

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          •  Look at her whole record you'll see that she has (2+ / 0-)
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            War on Error, KalHermit

            been on the side of the angels as much as is possible for the leader of a caucus that is astonishingly difficult to herd. A speaker can push an agenda pretty far, but in the end needs to round up 217 votes.

            And even considering that, she put everything on the line for HRC and got it through,  because she knew that getting insurance for 35 million people was worth loosing the majority.  She's got enough cred for me.

            Politics is the entertainment branch of industry. -Frank Zappa

            by TheGrandWazoo on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 07:58:54 PM PST

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            •  Nancy's one of the good ones, for sure. (1+ / 0-)
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              TheGrandWazoo

              It's not like she has to do this work.

              She's worth a couple of hundred million dollars.

              It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

              by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 08:06:50 PM PST

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              •  Her Phat Job (0+ / 0-)

                What a coincidence that perhaps the most powerful Democrat for the past decade of Democratic failures to protect the people from the wealthy is worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

                "She's a 1%er, we're lucky to have her failed leadership." Right.

                "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - HST

                by DocGonzo on Sun Nov 13, 2011 at 07:50:24 AM PST

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            •  Credit Balance (0+ / 0-)

              Not impeaching Bush/Cheney made it easier for Republicans and the Democrats who love them to maintain the opposition to real HCR and the rest that "the side of the angels" would actually give us.

              Banksters, polluters, warmongers... all leaving Pelosi to "fight the good fight" and lose.

              Which is now obviously the plan.

              Democrats like Pelosi (which is most elected Democrats; she's been their House leader or whip for a solid decade now) aren't "the Left". They're just the balancing wing of "the Right": the token gesture that represents the right wing of the people, grounding out the political activity we'd use in a legitimate republic so the centrists of the richest and their corporations can rule unencumbered. Occasionally getting a bowdlerized reform to make the whole ripooff sustainable a little longer.

              Pelosi refused to impeach Bush/Cheney. Then she wasted the 2 years with a bigger Democratic government trifecta than Republicans had, without "draining the swamp" or anything else. Even on HCR most Americans' insurance is skyrocketing through the cavernous loopholes, typically 40% just this year.

              She deserves a lot of credit for doing it wrong.

              "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - HST

              by DocGonzo on Sun Nov 13, 2011 at 07:49:04 AM PST

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  •  Finally!!! (2+ / 0-)
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    cosbo, KalHermit

    I have been reading blogs on this site for years and have said the same thing. Of course you get the "know nothings" who don't refute your facts they simply attack you.

    Some presidents like Woodrow Wilson and FDR have admitted this. JFK warned us about the secret societies and was killed a few days later.

    As I keep repeating EVERY president we have had can trace their bloodlines to either British or Scottish royalty, with the exception of JFK. That includes Obama. The press is completely controlled by the CIA and other nefarious groups.

    Kudos to this diary. I will bet the diarist doesn't believe the ridiculous government version of 9/11.

    •  Someone would have to be a total idiot... (2+ / 1-)
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      KalHermit, liamladdieo
      Hidden by:
      FG

      by choice at this point, if he/she believe the government version of 9/11. There are so many holes that engineers, firefighters and scientists are coming together to disprove the government version of things. And it's waking people up to the fact that the people that run the world are actually evil.

      Not slang evil, joke evil, or funny evil...but truly EVIL. Monstrously so.

      •  You can get in trouble here for this. (0+ / 0-)

        zero tolerance for conspiracy talk.

        but I do agree there are many in power that are devoid of feelings w/no conscience.  

        In their evil minds, we are nothing but dust and entities, not people with hopes, dreams, and people who love us and need us.  It's so sad.

        It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

        by War on Error on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 07:54:33 PM PST

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      •  It's SOP ... (0+ / 0-)

        the Warren Report was the same crap. Lies. Thing of it is, out of the entire population of the US, how many are there that can actually see the forest for the trees? Damn few.  I've been watching this stuff since the Eisenhower admin., and I've been ranting about it since the 60s, and still I get called every name in the book. People won't learn. They don't want to know the truth.

        American Heritage Dictionary definition of fascism (1983): "...a system of government that exercises a dictatorship of the extreme right, typically through the merging of state and business leadership, together with belligerent nationalism."

        by KalHermit on Wed Nov 09, 2011 at 08:36:52 PM PST

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    •  Odd, perhaps, but that is one aspect of Daily Kos (0+ / 0-)

      … and a number of other Democratic sites.

      Part of the socialization process of learning to be a good Kossack is developing a "no-no" reflex or conditioned response to certain things until the taboo becomes almost second nature.

      Basically, you have to be prepared to turn on anyone instantly — it doesn't matter who, Meteor Blades, Ministry of Truth, anyone at all except Markos himself — who questions the official story of 9/11 in a way that could be labelled "conspiracy theory."

      This although we are in the midst of directly experiencing every day how authorities and media are unable to report even the most straightforward local story regarding, say, OWS, truthfully and correctly.

      48forEastAfrica - Donate to Oxfam The Dutch kids' chorus Kinderen voor Kinderen wishes all the world's children freedom from hunger, ignorance, and war.

      by lotlizard on Thu Nov 10, 2011 at 03:42:06 AM PST

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      •  I can't presume to speak for Kos or MB, but (1+ / 0-)
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        lotlizard

        I think that part of the ban against 9/11 CT here is that the discussion itself is likely to be very disruptive.  Just look back at I/P, RKBA, Obama Love him or Hate him-- 9/11 would send us into a frenzy!

        That said, I liked reading the diary and the comments.

         

  •  Is today your CT diary day? (0+ / 0-)

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