Gail (22 Oct 2011)
"This is the Mark of the Beast, society will no longer be free"


Will a carbon currency replace all monetary transactions?

The current worldwide crisis in the free market system may be the impetus for the full implementation of the new Carbon based global monetary system. Our current price-based economic system and its related currencies that have supported capitalism, socialism, fascism and communism, seems to be herded to the slaughterhouse. Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and other European nation’s economies are falling like dominoes.

 

Prince Charles calls the EU to set Europe on course for survival and prosperity

17 Feb 2011
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The UK's Prince Charles joined senior EU leaders at the Low Carbon Prosperity Summit

On 9 February Britain’s Prince Charles joined senior EU leaders at the Low Carbon Prosperity Summit at the European Parliament in Brussels. The EU leaders gathered to talk about how Europe and the world can create a low carbon economy. Prince Charles said economic growth should be decoupled from ever greater environmental destruction.

In a speech ranging across climate change, agriculture, the rainforest, marine life and accounting, the Prince of Wales noted that the equivalent of 24,000 football pitches of rainforest a day is still being destroyed and warned that the very fabric of the earth's life support system is in danger of collapsing. "Stopping deforestation is not a lifestyle choice, it is critical," he said.

The Prince called for a change in approach that is focused on the resilience of natural capital. "We need to decouple economic growth from growth in consumption and we have to do more today to avert the catastrophes of tomorrow," he remarked.

 

In my May 2011 post I stated:

I posted before that I thought P.Charles would go for the EU mideast envoy position thats been vacant. Why?

Because the Prophet Daniel calls him a little horn.

Daniel 7:8

I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.

The EU body that I think P.Charles fulfills his role in Daniel 7:verse 8, is called the European External Action Service.

The diplomatic service, responsible for implementing the EU's foreign policy and crisis management missions.

What crisis would that be in the Middle east?

A Psalms 83 War, that has just seen Damascus Syria destroyed.

 

Update on EEAS and the head of EEAS, Catherine Ashton, Sept.20th 2011:

The Palestinian question is a serious test to the European External Action Service (EEAS) and HR Ashton. Ms. Ashton’s job must be to maintain unity among the 27 Member States.  Since her appointment in 2009, HR Ashton has been under a wave of vendetta because of her lack of leadership. But this could change with a managed situation around this contentious question. As argued by Chaffin and Spiegel, Ashton could be playing for  increasing her credentials as HR. Especially with a declining US credibility, the EU could seize this critical moment in order to increase its leverage in the region.

HR Ashton’s primary responsibilities are multiple: first, keep interacting with Palestine and Israel, as she has been doing since appointed. Second, Ashton must maintain communication and coordination with not only the Big 3 – France, the UK, and Germany – but the other 24 in order to keep unity within the Union. Third, in case of a status-quo, Ashton needs a game-plan for the aftermaths. The relevance of the EEAS is clearly at stake.

 

In the current climax and political tension, the role of the High Representative, Ms. Ashton, is central and more important than ever. Ashton’s role has considerably increased recently as she has been part of the Quartet – composed of the US, UN, EU and Russia and led by special envoy Tony Blair – in dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.

 

The EU is an important actor of the Quartet, as it has been the biggest world donor to the Palestinian Authority, with around $500 million per year. Solana’s number is much higher as he argues that in fact the EU has been investing € 1 billion in aid to help build a functioning Palestinian state.

Another important component of Ashton’s job is to maintain stable transatlantic relations. Prior to the summer, the US, during Obama’s tour of Europe, sought to limit European recognition of Palestine. However, a year ago before the UNGA, US President Obama declared that the US was favorable to the construction of a Palestinian state. The gap between such a statement and the actual US position is creating a real dilemma for US foreign policy. The credibility of the US as a member of the Quartet but also vis-à-vis Arab states could be considerably damaged.

 

In my September post, I remarked that - I don't think Tony Blair lasts long as the special envoy of the MidEast Quartet.-  here's the update:

 

Oct 10, 2011

 

Palestinians Say Blair Unwelcome, Charging Envoy Shows Bias Toward Israel

 

Mid-Point - March 21st 2013

God Bless,
gail