Monday, 25 May 2015

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The European Union Times



Posted: 24 May 2015 02:24 PM PDT


In this exclusive emergency address, Alex breaks down the hidden reasons behind the sinister Trans Pacific Trade Partnership.
The TPP is global domination by a fascist cartel bent on enslaving the world. Now theSenate has given fast-track authority to Obama to implement this secret plan and set fire to our Constitution, rules of law and ultimately our liberty and way of life.
Kentucky Senator and presidential candidate Rand Paul was among a host of lawmakers who staunchly opposed the secrecy surrounding the Trans Pacific Partnership bill, saying he disagrees with the proposed legislation “being held under lock and key.”
“I’m hesitant to give blanket authority on stuff we haven’t seen,” Senator Paul said earlier this month.
Yesterday, Paul was one of only five republican senators that voted against the final “fast-track” bill, in a vote that passed 62-37.
“Fast-track would allow Obama to send the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal to Congress for an up-or-down vote” sans the ability to negotiate amendments, notes The Hill.
The TPA must still pass a House vote, which is why it’s imperative to contact your representatives and let them know you’re against H.R. 1314, the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) or fast-track bill, which essentially grants the office of the president the power to do treaty by Executive Order.


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Posted: 24 May 2015 02:03 PM PDT
Israel’s nuclear weapons facility in the Negev desert viewed from satellite.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has thanked the United States for blocking a UN measure that could have forced Israel to disclose its arsenal of nuclear weapons.
More than 150 countries participated in a month-long conference in New York reviewing the 1970 nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology.
Late on Friday, after four weeks of negotiations at the United Nations on ways to improve compliance with the NPT, the United States announced that there was “no agreement” and accused Arab countries of torpedoing the nuclear disarmament negotiations.
The talks ended in failure after the US and its allies, including Canada and Britain rejected a proposal made by Arab countries to establish a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East by March 2016.
On Saturday, Netanyahu spoke with US Secretary of State John Kerry and asked him to convey his gratitude to President Barack Obama for the stance the US took at the NPT review conference.
Israel is not a party to the treaty and has never publicly declared what is widely considered to be an extensive nuclear weapons program. However, it attended the conference as an observer.
Israel is believed to be the sole possessor of a nuclear arsenal in the Middle East with more than 200 undeclared nuclear warheads.
Tel Aviv has rejected global calls to join the NPT and does not allow international inspectors to observe its controversial nuclear program.
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Posted: 24 May 2015 01:00 PM PDT


The French government has taken steps to minimize food waste, banning large supermarkets from destroying unsold products. They will instead be forced to donate the goods to charities or farms.
The National Assembly unanimously voted in favor of the ban on Thursday as part of a larger environmental bill. It explicitly prohibits the practice of intentionally spoiling food so it cannot be eaten.
“It’s scandalous to see bleach being poured into supermarket dustbins along with edible foods,” said Socialist MP Guillaume Garot, a former food minister who sponsored the bill, as quoted by AFP.
Under the new legislation, large supermarkets – those measuring 400 square meters or more – will be forced to give any unsold, but still edible, goods to charities which can serve it to those less fortunate. This includes products that were packaged wrong or damaged, or that are past a recommended use-by date but are not dangerous to eat.
Food that is past a firm expiration date would go to farms to be used as animal feed or compost.
The supermarkets must sign formal contracts with charities by July next year, or face penalties of up to €75,000 (US$83,900) or two years in jail.
But Jacques Creyssel, head of the French federation for commerce and distribution, said it is a mistake to only target big supermarkets, which represent only five percent of total food waste.
He added that such large stores are “already the pre-eminent food donors, with more than 4,500 stores having signed agreements with aid groups,” the Guardian reported.
Meanwhile, some charities are actually against the idea of receiving expired food from supermarkets. Patrice Dallem, from the Red Cross, said it would lead to unaffordable “logistical and human costs,” the Local reported.
The new law, which will also introduce an education program about food waste in schools and businesses, is part of an effort by Paris to halve the amount of food waste in the country by 2025.
According to official estimates, the average French person throws out between 20-30kg (44-66lbs) of food a year – amounting to a combined national cost of up to €20 billion ($22 billion).
Last month, MPs introduced 39 suggestions to the French government to end food waste. Among them were that French people take home ‘doggy bags’ from restaurants.
According to the UN, one-third of food globally (1.3 billion tons each year) is spoiled or wasted before it is consumed by people, causing losses of $750 billion, as well as significant damage to the environment.
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