Outside Europe here as well.
I sent emails to the list urging them to make a brave example for the world's governments to follow in protecting the rights of freedom of speech, the keystone of democracy, against the greed of corporations.
I agree totally with you reese.In the usa where i live they are going to start charging bandwidth.Time warner cable is a monopoly.Monopolies are supposed to be illegal they are.But time warner can buy out any small company that ever tries and has.I live in the usa so it wouldn't matter what i think to parliment.As a matter of fact it doesn't matter what i think to the us government.What matters is dollars.See i think they finacially support certain people in our government.And i dont like it at all.Id like to see more videos about things like this.Activism may change the world.It stopped the vietnam war.And mabe it can stop this one.Cause obama can't do it alone.He's a puppet on a string.Some really bad things like kiddie porn should be stopped i think.One day i was looking at nude picss eek.I clic on a pic and guess what.Its not the girl but it is a baby.It made me sick.I wanted to call a cop but then they'd probably try and say i did something wrong.Some hate thing should be stopped like kkk come on.I truly love all people unless say they did something bad to my boys or i.They can march the kkk it's legal in democracy right.And it makes me sick.I wish we could change the world....dan batavia ny
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tip for free - use drag and drop (drag with your mouse into notepad/wordpad/anything similar), than replace "mailto:" with nothing, and don't forget to put "," comma between e'mail addresses
PPL send your english versions to romanian MEPs also, they speak english very well
I live in the states, where competition has proven over the centuries to give better options to the people in markets. Government regulation was never necessary (including with slavery) to promote, at worst, a gradual improvement in welfare, civil liberty, and science. In the early 1900's we had some changes that many of us blame for the stock market crash and the extended depression. With much experimenting, we regulated our system so that government grew and counter-stablized itself, but it has never stopped growing. When it taxed too much, it turned to borrowing. When it borrowed too much, it turned to the printing press and computer-generated currency to fund its ever-growing appetite. It is not common knowledge that our federal government began controlling the economy on a large scale almost two decades before our great depression through our federal reserve system (private banks given seats in federal treasury decisions).
What worries me is that this regulation is unnecessary. My breed of thinkers is sometimes criticized for considering that governments do corrupt things when they change the laws, breeding corporatism. We are sometimes improperly called conspiracy theorists. But it's not so different from those who claim that free markets breed monopolies. In fact, no significant monopoly has ever existed without the help of government regulation. If you know of one, state it so I can study it. But I don't expect to find any.
Unnecessary government heroism breeds trust and idolatry for government intervention. The difference is that companies fail, governments drag down the system with them.
"I don't think we're on the same page here. When I'm talking about using my everyday experience as an example, I'm talking about using an example of my experience to present some societal maxim, not some snobbish conviction…"
"Again, just so I'm clear here.
I do generally agree with you that guys who try to talk and lightly flirt with women are probably not doing anything wrong. I definitely do not support chastising these people who do this sort of thing in a…"
"I guess I'll keep pushing on this.
"I'm not making an argument based on my own subjective experience, but I'm rather using my everyday experience as an example."
--This is an oxymoronic statement.
"I'm not making an argument based on my own subjective experience, but I'm rather using my everyday experience as an example.
In other words, I'm not denying the obvious fact that some people might get annoyed by everyday social…"