PREFACE

Sri Rajiv Bhagwan of Orcha circulated the core revelations of an
insider in the book "….And you shall be set free" authored by Mr. David
Icke.
Mr. David Icke in his four hundred plus-paged book has traced the
events of the 20
th
century commencing from 1902.
The diabolical conspiracy of the very rich citizens of UK, USA, and Europe
and the remarkable success achieved by them in their hideous plans of not only
World Economic domination, but total domination over the political, social,
cultural and religious lives of the third world countries makes startling reading.
Every patriotic and self respecting Indian has to be made aware of
those designs. For all patriots, specially for those who have decided to
dedicate their intellect and time to the formulation of INDIA-CENTRIC
National policies, the reading of this brief is an absolute MUST.
We in the Sanskritik Gaurav Sansthan were favoured by a Hindi version
that was sent by Sri Rajiv Bhagwan of ORCHA. This monograph is an English
version of that material. The Hindi version as circulated by Shri Rajiv Bhagwan
forms the second parts of this booklet. We offer our thanks to Shri Rajiv
Bhagwanji for drawing our attention to the contents of the book “...And you
shall be set free.”

New Delhi
Date: 26
th
November, 2007
Margsheersha Krishna-2
Samvat 2064
B. P. SINGHAL
National President
Sanskritik Gaurav Sansthan
Post Box No. 5016
Ramkrishnapuram-V
NEW DELHI Phone:
9810158020
November 26, 2007

Rajiv Bhagwan
Bhagwan Dham
P.O. Orcha
Distt: Tikamgarh
Mobile: 09450503303
09936241543

Kinsmen,
The question that a planet that has lasted for billions of years, should
suddenly find its very existence threatened in the course merely of the
last two or three centuries was a puzzle that had been agitating my mind
for several years.
It was only when I chanced to read Mr. David Icke's book "…..And
you shall be set free" that the mystery behind the diabolical turn of
events in the present day world began to unfold.
It is imperative that all my patriotic countrymen must know the
contents of this book and accordingly I requested Swami Muktanand to
prepare a brief of that book to bring out the facts behind the present day
developments in the world.
We need to revise our policies, our strategies keeping in mind the
contents of this book.
Rajiv Bhagwan
Below is the expose in very brief of the European Conspiracy as
revealed in by Mr. David Icke in his book "……..And you shall be
set free".
A secret group known as the "ROUND TABLE" set out its vision of
the future world around the beginning of the 20th century, under the
following FOUR heads :-
1. There should be a Centrally Administered World Government.
2. The World Government must have its own Currency and
accepted by the whole world.
3. The Central World Government must have its own Army which
must have Global control.
4. That Central World Government must prescribe the Education
policy, the Economic policy, Cultural, Spiritual and Religious
policies in the whole world.
This 'ROUND TABLE' was founded by Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes had
created enormous wealth. The country Rhodesia (present Zimbabwe)
was named after him. He had been the Prime Minister of Cape Colony in
1890.
From the Diamond and Gold mines, he was earning one million
dollars per year. He spent a substantial amount of his wealth to promote
the "World Vision" of the Round Table. By giving scholarships
liberally he had an army of the best brains to back his plans.
In due course, the Rothschild Corps, Carnegie Foundation of United
Kingdom Trust, Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, J.P. Morgan,
Hitney House, Lezard Brothers etc. became members of the Round
Table.
The "Skull and Bones Society" in Yale University USA worked for
the Round Table. The complete strategy of the Boer War between 1899
and 1902 was crafted by Rothschild. The purpose of this war was to take
over total control over South Africa's natural resources. The strategy of
World War I and World War II was also crafted by the Round Table
group. By supplying war material to both the warring groups of
countries, the Round Table generated enormous wealth.
On 30
th
May 1919 this group organized the "Vaisili Peace
Conference" in Paris, several organizations were created under the guise
of promoting peace, but the main objectives of the schemes were to take
over the political control of those countries under the pretext of
helping those countries.
In due course, in the name of promoting peace and prosperity,
Global bodies like the World Bank, United Nations, Amnesty
International, Human Rights Commission etc. were created and
billions of dollars were spent through NGOs ostensibly for the
upliftment of the poor people but the actual objective was to
accentuate divisions among the native groups, stablish the
supremacy of the Government and destroy the locally prevalent
economic, educational, cultural, religious, spiritual and political
systems obtaining in those places.
Many persons in the Round Table Group, themselves were unaware
of the Secret Agenda of the Round Table that was ostensibly professing
to stablish peace, security and prosperity through the so-called New
World order.
Some persons, who learnt about the hidden agenda of the Round
Table, dissociated themselves from the Round Table Group. For example
Admiral Chester Ward who was a renowned Judge in USA and was also
the Advocate General of the Navy left the group when he learnt of the
diabolical plans of the Round Table Group.
Russia's Stalin was also a member of the Round Table Group. He
gave full support to "Anglo American Commission" during the 1942
convention on "Marxism and National Question". At that time a
decision was taken to promote disunity and divisions in the citizens
of countries where the members of Round Table had any influence.
It was under this overall design that China, Korea, Vietnam, India,
Russia, Palestine, Africa, Iraq etc. were broken up, creating more than
one separate independent countries.
OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES GUIDING THIS
GLOBAL CONSPIRACY:
In 1930 Winston Churchil had planned a Second World War to
carve out a United States of Europe. For executing this plan Jean
Foster, Rockefeller, Dulles, Nicholas Murarre Butler, Carnegie etc. had
provided the money. These persons laid the foundations for the Second
World War on the pretext of establishing peace in Europe. In 1946-47
the "Council of Foreign Relations" conducted a survey of those plans.
As per the survey report Winston Churchil decided on a two-pronged
plan for establishing Central Control on a Global scale. One, that, an
environment of insecurity shall have to be created so that every
country should seek to arm itself to counter the threats from its
neighbouring countries. Secondly, to create conditions that make
every person increasingly dependent on his government for his
sustenance.
On June 26
th
1945 the United Nations Charter was drawn up. Thus
U.N. was conceived on the plans prepared by the Round Table
through its "Council of Foreign Relations." In pursuance of the
plans for one World Government this U.N. created other Sister
organizations like the WHO, UN Population Fund (UNPF),
Economic Development and Environment, UN Environment
Program (UNEP), UN Education Science and Culture Organisation
(UNESCO). The number of such world organizations have been
increasing with the passage of time.
The objective of all these bodies is to create Central Control in
all aspects of life all over the world. "Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace" was created to provide money. Mr. Hiss was
appointed as the Chairman of this body by Mr. John Foster Dulles.
However, when Mr. Hiss learnt of the real designs of the UN bodies
then he began revealing it to the world. Mr. Hiss had to pay a price
for it and he was incarcerated in jail for 44 months.
John J. Mc Cloy was an important officer in the UN. He
disclosed that the decisions in UN were being guided by "Council of
Foreign Relations" (CFR). Whenever an appointment was to be
made in the UN, message was sent to the headquarters of CFR at
Harold Pratt House, 58, East 68th Street, and, they would then
nominate a person of their choice. In the same way the CFR began
dabbling in the appointment of heads of States, Mr. Robert Welch of
the John Birch Society of America said the following in 1970.
Below is an excerpt from David Icke's book :
"The United Nations hopes and plans : To use population controls,
controls over scientific and technological developments, control over
arms and military strength of individual nations, control over
education, control over health and all the control it can gradually
establish under all of the different excuses for International
jurisdiction that it can device. These variegated separate controls are to
become components of the gradually materializing total control that it
expects to achieve by pretence, deception, persuation, beguilement and
falsehoods, while the enforcement of such controls by brutal force and
terror is also getting under way."
“That is what the United Nations was always intended to do, that is
what it was created to do, that is what it is now doing.”
David Icke - Page 149-150.
The Methodology adopted :
David Icke, the author of the book "……AND YOU SHALL BE
SET FREE" has disclosed that the "Round Table Group" founded
innumerous organizations with different names for the furtherance of
their objectives. One such organization is "Bilderberg". It met at
Baden-Baden-Germany in 1991. This was attended by David
Rockefeller, Bill Clinton (who was then the Governor of Arkansas),
George Bush, Konard Black, Bilderberger, Geowani Ainaili, Queen
Beatrix of Netherlands, Queen Sofia of Spain, John Smith of Britain etc.
At this meeting George Bush proposed to wage war against Iraq by
taking the assistance of UN Peace keeping force. George Bush was
designated to liaise with the UN.
The next sitting of Bilderberg was held in Finland in June 1994. This
meeting was also attended by Peter D. Sutherland the Director of
GATT. The objective was to bring the World Economy under the
control of "Round Table" by demolishing all trade barriers. This
meeting was attended by Reid Lubers, the Prime Minister of
Netherlands; J. Martin Taylor, CEO of Berkley Bunk, Tony Blair of
UK and Kainth Clerk. The plan was to put the world economy in the
hands of some powerful corporations.
In June 1995, three super secret meetings of Bilderberg were
convened but David Icke, the author had the following to say about
these meetings : -
"I was holidaying in Switzerland when Bilderberg was convening
its meetings. The entry roads and the place of the Bilderberg meetings
were very heavily guarded. All roads had been closed. The area was
cordoned off by the Police and the Swiss Militia. I then enquired what
all was happening there. The Policeman only replied 'it is super-
secret…. It is super secret'. I believe that policies to effect total control
of the World Economy must have been the main topic of these
meetings."
David Icke - Page 142.
While ostensibly, the IMF, "Organization for International
Economic Cooperation and Development", "Council on Foreign
Relations" (CFR), World Bank. GATT, WHO, and other UN
agencies, are supposed to promote Peace and economic development
of poor nations, their main agenda is aimed at assuming complete
control of World Economic systems by making them abjectly
dependent on them.
For example, the task of the World Bank is to drive the
developing countries into the abyss of poverty, making them
completely dependent on the World Bank. World Bank sanctions
huge loans for the development of poor Nations. The real objective is
to purchase lands install multi-national industries and force those
countries to be on their mercy thereafter. The same tactics is being
employed in India also. The main job of IMF and World Bank is to
prepare the ground for the entry of Multi-Nationals in developing
countries. It is significant that the loans given by IMF or World
Bank do not benefit the common people of those countries. The
money is spent on creating infrastructure facilities which shall be
used by the Multi-Nationals.
Interestingly enough the IMF and World Bank also gives loans
which are misappropriated by the corrupt politicians. It assists in
making the people to fight against construction of dams, fight
western influence, agitate against drugs, iodine salt, or fight against
land acquisitions and the ill effedts of poisonous pesticides etc. The
Round Table group also assists in spreading unrest and terror on the
basis of religion, politics and for economic reasons and
simultaneously assists the Government to fight against such unrests
and terror activities.
On Page 235 of the book, author David Icke writes:
"The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is there to intervene,
when poor countries in Africa, Asia and the rest of the developing
world get into Elite (Round table group) engineered financial trouble.
The idea has been to encourage and bribe the politicians in these
countries into relinquishing self-sufficiency in food and into opening
their lands to the multinational food and chocolate giants. These
countries began to export luxury cash crops to the rich nations and to
use that money to pay for imported food from those same rich
countries. Also the developing nations would export natural resources
to the rich nations at knock-down prices and then buy-back (at inflated
prices) the luxury products of the industrialized countries made with
those natural resources. However, these luxury goods only go to tiny,
corrupt, political and economic clique in these developing countries.
The majority of the populations go hungry because the food growing
land is occupied by the multinational corporation. The Elite policy was
to submerge the poor countries in debt and take them over in the same
way as they had done with the multinationals and the industrialized
nations. When these Governments find themselves in financial troubles
and unable to meet their debt repayments they go to the IMF to
restructure the repayments or offer more loans to pay the interest on
the previous ones. But in return for imposing more debt the IMF
insists that its (Elite) economic policies are followed. These involve
cutting of food, health and education subsidies and the exporting of
more resources and cash crops. The IMF tells all the developing
countries to do this and thus create a glut on the world market for these
commodities and the price collapses."
The IMF thus ensures that the developing Nations become weaker
and weaker and increasingly dependent on foreign funds.
In the name of Free Trade, the W.T.O. has become an
instrument for the exploitation of weaker Nations by the powerful
Nations.
The author states :
"The consequences of this can now be seen by all but the most
dedicated idiots. The media promotes free trade as a good thing and
protection as bad. They have bought the line sold to them by
economists, politicians and university lecturers and they sell it to the
public."
"Free trade is the freedom of the strong to exploit the weak. It is
the means through which multinationals subsidized by their
governments via the overseas aid budgets and other hidden channels,
operate cartelism against the interest of the general population. It is the
freedom to create dependency on a system which only the few control
and to use that dependency to manipulate at will, the freedom to move
production from high wage industrialist countries to the street shops of
the third world, the freedom to steal their food growing land and to
destroy the small aggrarion industries. In doing this the Elite create
anger, despair and division; the perfect combination for
manipulation."
'David Icke' - page 237.
The 'Round Table' has successfully destroyed the agrarian
systems that had been functioning smoothly for thousands of years,
by seeking to get greater control over lands and the agriculture of
those countries under the guise of accelerating their production.
They have all but ruined the age-old system of saving seeds for crops
of agriculture, fruits and vegetables by offering them the one time,
super productive seeds that yield greater crops but cannot be
reproduced. The result is that the farmers are at the mercy of multi-
nationals for getting seeds for their subsequent crops. They have
patented the seeds and created a monopoly over the agriculture. Five
major companies of the Bilderberg group have cornered the control
over agriculture in developing countries, Nestle Corporation is the
other multi-national. Along with increasing centralized control over,
seeds, fertilizers, water reserves and tractors the Multi-nationals are
seeking to destroy the rich variety of cattle existing in a country and
promoting the sale of foreign breeds of cattle. They aim to take over
control of the reproduction of the cattle wealth of the country. That
is, INCREASE the dependency of the developing countries on the
Multi-national companies.
The self-sustaining village economies are being destroyed. The
local artisans which created agriculture implements, leather goods,
carpentry, clay products etc. have been systematically eliminated
from the village economy.
The Hard Core of these Conspirators :
The quest for Central Control is undertaken by around twenty
persons who operate from their Bases in the USA. The NSA
(National Security Agency) has been established in the USA to
coordinate the operations of these conspirators. The USA is the
operational arm of the NSA. In fact the CIA even guides the
decisions taken in the United Nations.
The UN, today, covers every aspect of human life through its
various world level bodies. The "Tax Exempt Foundation
Syndicate" is the nodal agency that coordinates the operations of
various agencies. The levers of power in the "Tax Exempt
Foundation" are controlled by the Rockefeller Foundation,
Rothschild Foundation, Carnegie Foundation etc. These
organizations are known by the name of the Super-secret
"INNERFED". This "INNERFED" is another name of the "Tax
Exempt Organization Syndicate".
The money for the functioning of NSA, CIA, FBI, NASA and the
Federal Reserve is provided through the "Hard Drug Trade".
This drug-trade was at its peak during the Reagan-Bush tenures.
CIA sold weapons hardware to Imam Khomeini and received some
payment in Dollars and the remaining through hard drugs, like
Morphine and Heroin.
In this context, Jean Ziegler in his book "Switzerland Washes
Whiter" writes as follows :
"With the expert assistance of the Swiss maganates as well as some
discreet help from the Swiss secret service, they delivered American
and Israeli weapons to the Imam Khomeini. The Imam paid for some
of the weaponry in dollars but for most of it in drugs (Morphine base
and heroin). The Godfather of Turkish and Lebanese network installed
in Zurich turned the drugs into cash on the International Market. After
taking their cut of the profit the Godfather deposited the remainder in
numbered accounts that had been opened in the main banks and
financial institutions of Geneva and Zurich".
It is clear from this that the Round Table also dabbles in hard drugs
in furtherance of their overall objective of having Global Control. Even
the Archbishop of Canterbarry is very much into this business. The
confidante of the Archbishop Mr. Terrywate had delivered those
weapons with the consent of the Archbishop. Bush had said on record
that "We have obtained the full price of weapons given to the
terrorists of Khomeini."
Bush had a fourteen year association with the underworld Don
Aronow and was his friend. He in turn was associated with the
Mayor Lansky Crime Syndicate - An organization that has Global
reach in the matter of Drugs trade. This company was created by the
CIA. The Zapata Oil Company of Bush used to stock the drugs
wherefrom they were distributed around the world. The shipping
company "Pacific Sea Food" transports the drugs.
Round Table is associated with Drug Trade for three
reasons:
(1) The removal / elimination of irksome heads of States requires
enormous funds. Likewise, to create large scale unrest and
rebellion, enormous funds are needed and the Drug Trade
provides those funds.
(2) The spread of drugs hurts a huge bulk of population of
countries. CIA thus gets an opportunity to spread its tentacles
into the private lives of victim nations in the guise of helping
them to get freedom from drugs. Such activities also create
goodwill for the CIA in those countries. The Round Table spends
its Drug money for this ostensibly good cause also.
(3) For Peddling Drugs into Countries that are perceived as
unfriendly to USA to destroy the physical and moral fibre of
youths of that country by making them Drug addicts and
simultaneously fleece them of their money. As drug trade
spreads in any country, the local Government also tries to make
an illegal fast buck and such members in the Government can be
effectively blackmailed into giving favourable decisions even if
those decisions are detrimental to their own country.
The CIA and George Bush is neck deep in Drug Trade. George
Bush owns Oil wells and hence his interest in the oil rich Gulf
countries.
It was Bush who first helped Saddam to become the dictator of
Iraq. To sustain hostility among oil producing countries was and is
an important policy of the USA to keep oil prices in check.
Under the Chairmanship of NATO Secretary Munford Warner,
a meeting was convened in July 1990 where the foundations for
having a World Army was made in the London declaration.
The Round Table - also known as the Bilderberg Group seeks to
provide the justification of the One World Army. The USA and the
UK are the main sponsors of this Group. They engineered the Iraq-
Iran war, the Bosnia unrest, the Iraq-Kuwait war. It also liberally
supplies arms to both India and Pakistan and ensures constant
hostilities between the two countries.
The plan is that as tensions and wars increase, countries after
countries will seek military assistance and the vision of one world
Army shall take shape on the one hand and on the other, a time will
come when they can become dictators of the world.
The strategy of the conspirators :
The strategy is that wars, terror, and crimes should be promoted
and thousands of NGOs be created ostensibly to bring peace and
amity among the people. The Round Table spends Billions of dollars
to sustain such NGOs for ostensibly promoting service to people, but
their objective is to organize unrest and agitations.
Bilderberg thus has been very successful in keeping the
Governments of developing Nations constantly occupied in fire-
fighting to quell, riots, terrorist activities, insurgencies etc. to ensure
that the local Governments do not ever get the time or the resources
to tackle the real problems of poverty and development of their
countrymen.
The UN through its numberless organizations has spread its net
worldwide. Whether it is agriculture, health, education, culture,
science, religion, environment, economy, or politics, there is no
sphere of human activity which is free from the inroads made by the
UN in the bulk of the countries. The native people who are
associated with the NGOs, working in tandem with UN agencies,
sincerely believe that they are serving the cause of their country.
They are blissfully unaware that they are mere pawns in the hands
of the Round Table. The real agenda of UN is to fulfill the Round
Table vision of the world as mentioned in the four points given at the
beginning of this write up.
The President of European Parliament Mr. Klaus Hanch wrote
in a European newspaper in May 1995 that the UN and the
European Union have great rapport. To have centralized Global
Control and launch a "World Government" is their main objective.
To realize the FOUR objectives, viz. One world Government, One
World Bank, One world Currency, and One world Army is their
main aim.
A trilateral Commission has been created with USA, Europe and
Japan as its members. The Ex-Secretary of Commonwealth Sir
Sridutt Ramphal said at the International Development Conference
in Washington in January 1995, that the United Nations needs to be
given the powers to levy taxes on the Nations of the world in order to
discharge its responsibilities. The Washington conference endorsed
this view.
Later on, in Geneva and Switzerland conferences Mr. Ramphal
was made the Vice President of the "Commission on Global
Government". He had stated that the world is veering round the
view that time has come to have a "ONE WORLD
GOVERNMENT".
Mr. Sridutt Ramphal has already created an Economic Security
Council in the United Nations which shall lay down policies for the
Economies of the world.
The World Bank, the IMF, the Organisation of Economic
Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Bank of International
Settlements are already on their way to establishing the Economic
Dictatorship of the Round Table. Those organizations have already
forced nations to pursue policies, which apparently show a growth in
the GDP of the country, but where the bulk of the population is
living sub-human lives. Nevertheless, these world bodies are forcing
the pace for creating Economic dictatorship, and one world
currency. Thus without firing a shot, Economic Imperialism is being
perpetrated by the Round Table through the aegis of the UN and its
numberless sister organizations.
The developing Nations today are at the mercy of the UN
Economic Imperialism while their people wallow in poverty and live
in destitute conditions. The capital of the world is being cornered by
the few and to crush any opposition to their designs, corruption and
dishonesty is being liberally promoted to enlist the cooperation of the
leaders of those countries. The Round Table has already taken steps
to create a one World Army. The UN Peace keeping force in
conjunction with NATO is veritably a one World Army today.
During the Gulf war the UN forces have already undertaken
operations under the UN Flag with the assistance of NATO forces.
Boutros Ghali by repeating Henry Kissinger's words had proclaimed
in a meeting of Bilderberg in 1991 that time has come for the UN to
have its own Army which must be controlled by the United Nations.
It was stated about the UN Peace keeping force that this force
shall help maintain peace in the world. Further, its muscle will be
used to enforce the policies of the World Government, the policies of
Central World Bank, Central Currency and Control countries that
oppose the world authorities.
To help this World Army, the Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) has been established. The first President of the
Trilateral Commission Mr. Jimmy Carter declared FEMA as an
agency to secure the security of USA.
On 5
th
December 1994 "The Spotlight" reported that four Army
Divisions comprising 80,000 troops has already been created under
the aegis of UN-NATO, and the C-in-C of these troops is Sir Jeremy
Mackenzie an ex - Lt. General of the British Army. In this way the
first phase of establishing a ONE WORLD ARMY has already been
completed.
The Round Table Group considers itself as the ELITE of the
world citizens. It functions under various names. For ensuring central
control over the world it has the World Bank, the IMF, the World
Currency, the World Army (the so-called Peace keeping forces of the
UN) - organizations that shall assist it when the one world Government
becomes operational.
As its strategy:
(a) It is nurturing hostilities between countries.
(b) It is nurturing an environment of FEAR, TERROR and
INSECURITY all over the world.
(c) It is nurturing the mentality of consumerism and an attitude of
pleasure seeking, as a philosophy of life.
(d) It is nurturing extreme self-centeredness among the populace of
the world to wipe out the patriotic fervour and the spirit of
sacrifice and sincere genuine love among the people.
(e) It is nurturing not only hostilities among nations, but also hatred
among the peoples of the country, to prevent unity among the
peoples of a Nation.
(f) It is promoting pollution of the Environment and the culture of
greed and exploitation. And it is getting away by doing all this
because all its actions are skillfully disguised under the pretext of
promoting development, peace and amity among the peoples of
the III World.
(g) It has achieved remarkable success in demolishing the self-
respect, self-confidence and self-reliance in the peoples of the III
world, by constantly berating them as against their own self-
proclaimed superiority.
(h) The subtlety with which all this has been carried out and is still
being relentlessly pursued can be gauged by the fact that the
intelligentia of the poor and developing countries even now
sincerely believe that the various UN agencies have the well
being of the (victim) countries at their hearts. They even enlist
the full cooperation of the political leadership and the corrupt
executive of those countries.
(i) They have systematically derided the deities and religious
leaders (specially so of India) so that the moral hold of religion
and religious saints gets loosened on the youth of those countries
and thus make them easy victims of lust, greed and pleasure
seeking culturel that they seek to promote all over the world.
(j) They have succeeded in injecting the virus of corruption not only
among the political leaders but in every echelon of the
Legislature, Executive, Judiciary as well as the Media. (Print as
well as the Electronic).
(k) The violence and over dose of sex dished out through cinemas
has blunted the sensitivities of the young. The race for acquiring
luxuries and material goods has successfully driven away the
basic human cultural values of caring and sharing.
(l) Through the blitzkrieg promotion through Advertisements they
have substituted the simple eating habits of good healthy food, to
the eating of fast foods, canned foods and the coca-cola culture -
Foods that promote the interests of the multi-nationals at the
cost of general health of the youth of the poor Nations.
(m) By nurturing the dependency of the farmers on their seeds, their
fertilizers, their pesticides, they have fleeced the farmers of their
prosperity.
(n) By promoting the sale of weapons and military hardware as well
as the sale of hard drugs, the Round Table has ensured
phenomenal wealth reaching them all the time.
The ostensible occupation of the Round Table group is
manufacturing military hardware and trade in Hard Drugs. The
Drug barons have close links with this group. They are thus a curse
to the whole of mankind.
INDIA THE BIGGEST VICTIM OF THEIR CONSPIRACY.
For tens of thousands of years the Indian Culture Symbolised:
(1) Duty consciousness
(2) The sentiment of caring and sharing
(3) The tremendous sanctity of the FAMILY and respect of elders.
(4) Absence of fear, borne out of honesty in conduct.
(5) Absence of Greed and Lust generally.
(6) The value of self-control and Brahacharya.
(7) The value of nurturing the spiritual thirsts.
(8) Innate sincerity and simplicity.
(9) The total absence of any aggression either on the territory or the
religion of other countries.
The primary assault of the Round Table vis-à-vis India was on
the basic value system that invested meaning to human life.
Bharat was famous as a "Bird of Gold". This lured a host of
marauders which finally led to Bharat becoming a slave of the
British. After 1857, the British policies divided the population into
two mutually hostile communities. This led to the breaking up of
Bharat in three parts.
While the newly Independent India was trying to stand on its
own feet, President Truman offered a four point plan of the
Agriculture Mission in 1948. The American Agriculture expert
Albert Mayer took up a pilot project for Agricultural development
in Etawa Distt. Under this plan the Ford Foundation President Paul
Hoffman placed Two Billion dollars through the US Ambassador
Chester Bowles for the four point plan of the Ford Foundation.
Later on, in 1952, with the help of Ford Foundation Community
Development programmes were undertaken from October 2, 1952.
Thus, after obtaining freedom in 1947, whatever enthusiasm was
generated for becoming self-reliant, through hard sincere work, was
killed by the aid programmes started by the Ford Foundation. The
average farmer developed a mentality that the Government and not
he himself was going to change his fortunes.
Besides the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and
the Carnegie Foundations through their hundreds of NGOs targeted
the cultural, religious and spiritual values and in the guise of
improving their quality of life in material terms, they sowed the
seeds of gross materialism in the country's population.
To create internal strife the Baptist Mission was established by
Michael Scot in Nagaland in the early sixties. In 1964, the Peace
Mission in Nagaland was established. With the assistance from these
two organizations the CIA launched the operation Brahmaputra.
This led to the demand of Independent Nagaland.
The Ford and Rockefeller Foundations spent about 50 crore
Dollars in India till 1960 and they had the tacit approval of the
Government of India regarding their activities in the spheres of
health, education and culture.
Bharat Sewak Samaj was founded to jointly work with the Ford
Foundation, but when no success was achieved in the field, Balwant
Rai Mehta Committee was appointed to find how no success was
achieved in the Ford Foundation Projects. The Committee came to
the finding that the project failed because there was no public
participation in those projects.
Now seeing by hindsight, the real motive of Ford Foundation was
not to develop India on scientific lines but to kill the initiative and
the spirit of enterprise of the village folk and nurture a mentality in
them to constantly expect the Government to do something for
improving their lot.
In 1991, the policy of liberalization helped the multi-national
companies to make inroads in the Country's economy in a big way.
Thousands of Small Scale Industries were forced to close down.
Unemployment and poverty rose to a new high.
The Solution :
The basic culture of this Country is Dharm-centric. Here, Dharm
does not denote religion or any communal shade. "Dharm" here
means "DUTY CONSCIOUSNESS".
The past sixty years has made the population of this Country
"RIGHTS CONSCIOUS". This mentality has to be given a complete
U-turn by making every Indian "DUTY CONSCIOUS".]












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·in(· ·ii-
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l¤s¬ (·ii ·z ¬ - ¬niniº :· ¤ º·i ¬ ¬Ÿiº ¬i ªii ¬ ¬ºni ºri r
l¬ ( l·¤i ¬iªii (·ii ¬ ¬nn l·l( ·· ¤¬ni ºri r + ¬·i¤iº ¬ ·i- ¤º
ºi(ºi ¬¬ ¬iº l(º( l(¬¤i¬i ·ii ºi¬i ·iºni ¤º ºr r + l¬n ¬·ii ·ii ¤ ¬ ln
¬iº ¤¤i(ººi ¬i ¬ ¬- ·ri nrºi¤i+ ·¤i ¬iººi r l¬ l¤s¬i -i¤ ni·
¤iº ¬l(¤i - ¬( ¬ s «r n¤i` ¬i·i ri :¬ ¬i¬ - r ¤ ¬--n ¬ ·iiºi--¬
¤( ¬ ¬·i--¬ ¤ ¤i¬ :· -(i·i ¤ lºn ºii ·iºi ¬i·iilºn ¬ l·¤i l¬n ·i· ¤¤i ¬
¬-·i l-¬ · ¬¬ ` ªii ¬ ¬i :¬i s-¤-ir- - · l(· ¬i:¬ (Mr. David
Icke) ¬i ¤º· ¤ ºi ¬ l( ¬ - ¤i ¤-n¬ ri·i ¬ni ni :· ºr-¤i ¤º ¬
¤(i ¬-·i ºi ª r ¬i+ ¤iº ¬i ¤ ·- ¬i :¬ ¤-n¬ - ¬ ªi¬ · :¬ ·i· ¤¤
¬i ¬¬inº l¬¤i r + :¬ ¤-n¬ ¬i ¤i· ¬ ¤º¤in - n ¤¬i ¬ni l¬ :¬
¤-n¬ ¬i ¬iº ¬º¬ ¬iº ¬r¬ ·ii·ii - ¬·ii ( ºi·i·ni ¬i ¬¤¬··i ri ·i
¤ilr¤+ ¬n - · :¬ ¤-n¬ ¬i ¬iº n ¤iº ¬º(i· ¬i l·º¤¤ l¬¤i+ :¬
-rn ¬i¤ ¬ l·l-n -(i-i - ·ni··( ¬i ¬ l·( (· l¬¤i+ ¬·ri · ¬ s ri
l(·i - ¤r ¬i¤ ¬-¤·n ¬º¬ ¤( (i ·in-¤ ·ii·ii - ¤ ºi ¬º l¬¤i l¬¬ r-
¬i¤ ¬i ni n¬ ·i ¬ ºr r +
:¬ ¬iº ¬i ¤« · ¬ ¤º¤in r- ·¤i· - ¬i¤ ni l¬ ¬( n¬ r-iº
¬--n ¬i ln¬iºi ¤ ¤i¬ ·¤i ¬¬¤¬ rin ºr r + :· n·¤i ¬ ¤ ¬iºi - ri
r- ·¤ ·iiºn ¬ ¬ ¬· ¬i ¤i ¬·i (·i·i ri ni+
¤ºi ¤i¤ ·i· ¤·¤i ¬i ªi ¬i¬i ¬ºni · l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ºi ¤i¤ ·i· ¤·¤i ¬i ªi ¬i¬i ¬ºni · l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ºi ¤i¤ ·i· ¤·¤i ¬i ªi ¬i¬i ¬ºni · l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ºi ¤i¤ ·i· ¤·¤i ¬i ªi ¬i¬i ¬ºni · l(· ¬i:¬
¬i ¤-n¬ ¤º· ¤ ºi ¬ l( ¬ - ¤i ¬i ¤-n¬ ¤º· ¤ ºi ¬ l( ¬ - ¤i ¬i ¤-n¬ ¤º· ¤ ºi ¬ l( ¬ - ¤i ¬i ¤-n¬ ¤º· ¤ ºi ¬ l( ¬ - ¤i
( l·¤i - ·¤ l(º( ¬i º¤·i ¬ ·i- ¤º ni ¬ - ¬ ( ( l·¤i - ·¤ l(º( ¬i º¤·i ¬ ·i- ¤º ni ¬ - ¬ ( ( l·¤i - ·¤ l(º( ¬i º¤·i ¬ ·i- ¤º ni ¬ - ¬ ( ( l·¤i - ·¤ l(º( ¬i º¤·i ¬ ·i- ¤º ni ¬ - ¬ (Round Table) ·i- ) ·i- ) ·i- ) ·i-
¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ¬ª º¤ l·lº¤n l¬¤i r ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ¬ª º¤ l·lº¤n l¬¤i r ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ¬ª º¤ l·lº¤n l¬¤i r ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ¬ª º¤ l·lº¤n l¬¤i r l¬ l(º( ·¤(-·ii rn ÷ l¬ l(º( ·¤(-·ii rn ÷ l¬ l(º( ·¤(-·ii rn ÷ l¬ l(º( ·¤(-·ii rn ÷
· ·· ·. .. . ¬ ·( ¬ ¤il¬n l(º( ¬º¬iº ri + ¬ ·( ¬ ¤il¬n l(º( ¬º¬iº ri + ¬ ·( ¬ ¤il¬n l(º( ¬º¬iº ri + ¬ ·( ¬ ¤il¬n l(º( ¬º¬iº ri +
z zz z. .. . l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i - (i ri l¬¬ ¬iºi ¬¬iº -(i¬iº ¬º + l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i - (i ri l¬¬ ¬iºi ¬¬iº -(i¬iº ¬º + l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i - (i ri l¬¬ ¬iºi ¬¬iº -(i¬iº ¬º + l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i - (i ri l¬¬ ¬iºi ¬¬iº -(i¬iº ¬º +
: :: :. .. . ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i ¬ ·i ri l¬¬¬i ¬iº ¬¬iº ¤º l·¤¤ºi ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i ¬ ·i ri l¬¬¬i ¬iº ¬¬iº ¤º l·¤¤ºi ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i ¬ ·i ri l¬¬¬i ¬iº ¬¬iº ¤º l·¤¤ºi ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬¤·i ¬ ·i ri l¬¬¬i ¬iº ¬¬iº ¤º l·¤¤ºi
ri + ri + ri + ri +
« «« «. .. . ¬ ·( ¬º¬iº ¬ riºi ri lºi·ii ·iln ¬·i ·iln ¬-¬ ln¬ ¬i·¤il--¬ ¬ ·( ¬º¬iº ¬ riºi ri lºi·ii ·iln ¬·i ·iln ¬-¬ ln¬ ¬i·¤il--¬ ¬ ·( ¬º¬iº ¬ riºi ri lºi·ii ·iln ¬·i ·iln ¬-¬ ln¬ ¬i·¤il--¬ ¬ ·( ¬º¬iº ¬ riºi ri lºi·ii ·iln ¬·i ·iln ¬-¬ ln¬ ¬i·¤il--¬ ¬iº ¬iº ¬iº ¬iº
·iil- ¬ ·iln¤i ¬i l··iiººi ri + ·iil- ¬ ·iln¤i ¬i l··iiººi ri + ·iil- ¬ ·iln¤i ¬i l··iiººi ri + ·iil- ¬ ·iln¤i ¬i l··iiººi ri +
ni ¬ - ¬ (Round Table) ¬- (i¤ ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬ l¬¬ º ri ·¬ ¬ riºi ¬i
n: ·ii+ ¬ l¬¬ º ri ·¬ (r ·¤l·n ·ii l¬¬· ¤ l·n¤( ¬ (l·iºi ¬¤i¬i ¬i
riº ¬iº ¬i · ¬ ·i ·iº ¤º ¬·¬i ¬º l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬¬ ¬-¤ ¬ l¬¬ º ri ·¬
(Cecil Rhodes) ¬ ·i- ¤º (l·iºi÷¬l¤¬i ¬ ¬¬ ·i¤ ¬i º ri · lºi¤i ·i-
l(¤i n¤i ·ii l¬¬ ¬i¬ l¬-(i·( ¬rn r + º ri ·¬ · ¬¬ ¬-¤ ·i.(i¤¬
¬·¬i l¬· - · -i:·¬ ¤º· ¬·¬i ¬i· - · ni ~· ¤i~·¬ ¬ ·i- ¬ ·¤i¤ilº¬
¬-·ii· ¬i¤- l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬¤·i ¤ l·n ¬ º ri ·¬ ¬ ¤ ¬i¬i ·i ¬i ¤i:-
l-l·--º n·ii ·ssa - l( - · - ¤il¬ ¤i- - ¬i - (º ·ii ri n¤i ·ii+ ¬¬
¬-¤ º ri ·¬ ¬i ¬i-(·i (¬ ¬iªi ·i¬º ¤ ln(·i ri · ¬ni ·ii+ º ri ·¬ ·
¬¤·i ¬i-(·i ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ·iin ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ·ii(i ¬i-(·i ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ·iin ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ·ii(i ¬i-(·i ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ·iin ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ·ii(i ¬i-(·i ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ·iin ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ·ii(i
(·i· - ªi¤ l¬¤i+ (·i· - ªi¤ l¬¤i+ (·i· - ªi¤ l¬¤i+ (·i· - ªi¤ l¬¤i+ ¬¬· ( l·¤i ¬ l(l·i·· ( ºii ¬ n ¬-(i ·i ¬(i·i ¬i l(l·i·· ( ºii ¬ n ¬-(i ·i ¬(i·i ¬i l(l·i·· ( ºii ¬ n ¬-(i ·i ¬(i·i ¬i l(l·i·· ( ºii ¬ n ¬-(i ·i ¬(i·i ¬i
¤¤i ·n si¤( lŸi ( ¬º ¬i ·¬¤i · ¤ l·(l¬ -i - ¬·¤¤· rn ¬i¬l·in l¬¤i ¤¤i ·n si¤( lŸi ( ¬º ¬i ·¬¤i · ¤ l·(l¬ -i - ¬·¤¤· rn ¬i¬l·in l¬¤i ¤¤i ·n si¤( lŸi ( ¬º ¬i ·¬¤i · ¤ l·(l¬ -i - ¬·¤¤· rn ¬i¬l·in l¬¤i ¤¤i ·n si¤( lŸi ( ¬º ¬i ·¬¤i · ¤ l·(l¬ -i - ¬·¤¤· rn ¬i¬l·in l¬¤i
·ii ·ii ·ii ·ii nil¬ ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i l(¤iº·iiºi ¬i :· ¤ lºil·in ·¤l·n¤i ¬ riºi
¬¬iº - ¤ ¬i¤i ¬i ¬¬ +
ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ - l¬l¬¬ º ri ·¬ ¬ ¬i·i ºi ·i¤i:~· ¬iº¤iº ºi·
¬iº· ni ¤ ·i:- · l¬ n·- - -- ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬ · ºi· ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬ .¤i.
-in · lr-·i ¤lº(iº ¬ ¬i· ( (¬ ¬il( ·ii ¬(-¤ (· n¤ ·i + ¤ .¤¬.¤. -
¤ ¬ ¤ l·(l¬ -i ¬i -¬¬ ¤ · (i ·¬ ¬i¬i:-i ¤ ¬ ¤ l·(l¬ -i ¬i -¬¬ ¤ · (i ·¬ ¬i¬i:-i ¤ ¬ ¤ l·(l¬ -i ¬i -¬¬ ¤ · (i ·¬ ¬i¬i:-i ¤ ¬ ¤ l·(l¬ -i ¬i -¬¬ ¤ · (i ·¬ ¬i¬i:-i (Sculland Bones Society)
ni ¤·i ni ¤·i ni ¤·i ni ¤·i¤ « n ¬ ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (¤ ¬ l¬¤ ri ¬i- ¬ºni ·ii+ ¤ « n ¬ ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (¤ ¬ l¬¤ ri ¬i- ¬ºni ·ii+ ¤ « n ¬ ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (¤ ¬ l¬¤ ri ¬i- ¬ºni ·ii+ ¤ « n ¬ ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (¤ ¬ l¬¤ ri ¬i- ¬ºni ·ii+ ·sss ¬
·saz ¬ -·¤ (l·iºi ¬¤i¬i - (i ¬º ¤ - ¬i ·¤ r º¤·i ·ii ºi ·i¤i:~· riºi (l·iºi ¬¤i¬i - (i ¬º ¤ - ¬i ·¤ r º¤·i ·ii ºi ·i¤i:~· riºi (l·iºi ¬¤i¬i - (i ¬º ¤ - ¬i ·¤ r º¤·i ·ii ºi ·i¤i:~· riºi (l·iºi ¬¤i¬i - (i ¬º ¤ - ¬i ·¤ r º¤·i ·ii ºi ·i¤i:~· riºi
ri (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ ri (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ ri (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ ri (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ :¬ ¤ - ¬i ¬ª º¤ (l·iºi ¬l¤¬i ¬i ¤i¬ ln¬ ¬-¤(i (l·iºi ¬l¤¬i ¬i ¤i¬ ln¬ ¬-¤(i (l·iºi ¬l¤¬i ¬i ¤i¬ ln¬ ¬-¤(i (l·iºi ¬l¤¬i ¬i ¤i¬ ln¬ ¬-¤(i
¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬-i·i ·ii+ ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬-i·i ·ii+ ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬-i·i ·ii+ ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬-i·i ·ii+ ¤ ·i- l(º( ¤ - n·ii lrni¤ l(º(¤ - ¬i ¤i ¬·i¤
·ii ºi¬··- l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ riºi ri (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬
¬i ni ln¬ ·iºi·i · ¤ - ¬º· (i¬ (i ·i ¤·ii ¬i ¤ºi ¬il·i ¬ -(( ¤r ¤i: + ¬i ni ln¬ ·iºi·i · ¤ - ¬º· (i¬ (i ·i ¤·ii ¬i ¤ºi ¬il·i ¬ -(( ¤r ¤i: + ¬i ni ln¬ ·iºi·i · ¤ - ¬º· (i¬ (i ·i ¤·ii ¬i ¤ºi ¬il·i ¬ -(( ¤r ¤i: + ¬i ni ln¬ ·iºi·i · ¤ - ¬º· (i¬ (i ·i ¤·ii ¬i ¤ºi ¬il·i ¬ -(( ¤r ¤i: +
rl·i¤iº n·ii ¤ - ¬ ¬·¤ ªi¤i ¬ l¬¤ ¬il·i ¬ -(( (n ¬-¤ ¬ri ¬ini
·ii l¬ ¬·ii l¬n·i ¤ir ¬n·i ·i· ¬ ¬i (i( - ¬i -i ( ·i+
( l·¤i ¬i ·ii ªi - ºªi· ¬ l¬¤ :¬ ·i·i ¬- (i¤ · :¬ ·i·i ¬- (i¤ · :¬ ·i·i ¬- (i¤ · :¬ ·i·i ¬- (i¤ · :a -: ·sss ¬i
ri -¬ - ¬ l--¬ ¤ lº¬ - ( l¬¬i ¤i¬ ¬i·¤¬ ( l¬¬i ¤i¬ ¬i·¤¬ ( l¬¬i ¤i¬ ¬i·¤¬ ( l¬¬i ¤i¬ ¬i·¤¬ ¬ ·i- ¬ ¤¬ ( lº(¬ ¤¬ ( lº(¬ ¤¬ ( lº(¬ ¤¬ ( lº(¬
·i-¬ ·i-¬ ·i-¬ ·i-¬ l¬¤i+ :¬ ·i-¬ ¬ riºi ºii ln ¬ ·i- ¤º ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ·¤i¤¬
¬ n-· (·i¤ n¤ + ¤ ¬ n-· +¤º ¬ ( ªi· - ni ¬i ¬ lrn¬iºi ¬¬ ¬nn
r ¤ºn :· ¬ n-·i ¬ -i·¤- ¬ ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ ( l·¤i ¤º ¬¤·i ¬Ÿii
¬-i· ¬ -(·· ( ªini ºrni r + ºii ln -·ii¤·i ¬ ·i- ¤º (·i¤ n¤
¬ n-·÷l(º( ( ¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¤-·--i : -º· ºi·¬ r -· ºi:- ¬-iºi·
¬il( n·ii ¤·.¬i.¬i . ¬ ·i- ¬ (·i ¬-·ii¬i ¤º ¬º(i ·i¬º ªi¤ ¬º¬
-i·( ¬-i¬ - ¤i¤ ¬i· (i¬ l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· n·ii ¬º¬iº ¤º-ni -i·( ¬-i¬ - ¤i¤ ¬i· (i¬ l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· n·ii ¬º¬iº ¤º-ni -i·( ¬-i¬ - ¤i¤ ¬i· (i¬ l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· n·ii ¬º¬iº ¤º-ni -i·( ¬-i¬ - ¤i¤ ¬i· (i¬ l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· n·ii ¬º¬iº ¤º-ni
(«i¬º ¬i- («i¬º ¬i- («i¬º ¬i- («i¬º ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬ ¬n ·¤ ¬i·iilºn ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬·i lºi·ii ¬-¬ ln ·i-
¬·¤i-- ºi·¤·iln ¬il( ·i¤i - l(··- ¬º· ¬i ¬i¤ ¬º ºr r +
ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ - ·iini(iº ¬·ii ·¤l·n :¬¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ·ri ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ - ·iini(iº ¬·ii ·¤l·n :¬¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ·ri ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ - ·iini(iº ¬·ii ·¤l·n :¬¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ·ri ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ - ·iini(iº ¬·ii ·¤l·n :¬¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ·ri
¬-n ¤in r + ¬-n ¤in r + ¬-n ¤in r + ¬-n ¤in r + ¬l·i¬i ºi ·¤l·n ni ( l¬¬i ¤i¬ ¬i·¤ ¬ - ¬i ·¤ (~·
¬i·º ¬ l(·i¤ - ºii l·n ¬º·ii n·ii ¬- l- ¬i ·ii ·iºii¤ r : ·ii ¬·ri ¬
¤ ·iil(n ri ¬º ¬¤·i ¬r¤i n ( ºr r + ¬ s ri l(lºi·- ·¤l·n r ¬i ¬¬¬i ¬ s ri l(lºi·- ·¤l·n r ¬i ¬¬¬i ¬ s ri l(lºi·- ·¤l·n r ¬i ¬¬¬i ¬ s ri l(lºi·- ·¤l·n r ¬i ¬¬¬i
¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i·n r + ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i·n r + ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i·n r + ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i·n r + ¤ ·¤l·n ¬·nº n ¬l-ln ¬ ¬(-¤ rin r +
¬ s ¬·¬· ¬iº : -i·(iº ¬i n ¬ s ¬·¬· ¬iº : -i·(iº ¬i n ¬ s ¬·¬· ¬iº : -i·(iº ¬i n ¬ s ¬·¬· ¬iº : -i·(iº ¬i n ¬i ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ¬ l¬¤ n¤ ·i
¬( ¬·¬i ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · ¬¤· ¬i :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬( ¬·¬i ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · ¬¤· ¬i :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬( ¬·¬i ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · ¬¤· ¬i :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬( ¬·¬i ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · ¬¤· ¬i :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬
¬¬n ¬º ¬¬n ¬º ¬¬n ¬º ¬¬n ¬º l¬¤i+ ¬(irººi ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ l- l¬¤i+ ¬(irººi ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ l- l¬¤i+ ¬(irººi ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ l- l¬¤i+ ¬(irººi ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ l-. .. . ¤·l-º¬ ¤--º (i· ¬i ¤·l-º¬ ¤--º (i· ¬i ¤·l-º¬ ¤--º (i· ¬i ¤·l-º¬ ¤--º (i· ¬i
¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ - ¤¬ ¤ l¬- ¬¬ n·ii ¤·(i ¬ - ¬·º¬ ¬i ¤ ·(i ·i ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ - ¤¬ ¤ l¬- ¬¬ n·ii ¤·(i ¬ - ¬·º¬ ¬i ¤ ·(i ·i ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ - ¤¬ ¤ l¬- ¬¬ n·ii ¤·(i ¬ - ¬·º¬ ¬i ¤ ·(i ·i ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ - ¤¬ ¤ l¬- ¬¬ n·ii ¤·(i ¬ - ¬·º¬ ¬i ¤ ·(i ·i
¬·¬i ·ii ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ºiil-¬ l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ¬i¬º ¬·¬i ·ii ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ºiil-¬ l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ¬i¬º ¬·¬i ·ii ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ºiil-¬ l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ¬i¬º ¬·¬i ·ii ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ºiil-¬ l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln - ¬i¬º
¬( ¬·¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · :¬ ¬( ¬·¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · :¬ ¬( ¬·¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · :¬ ¬( ¬·¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬¬¬i -¬¬( ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni ¬·ri · :¬
·i· ¤ ·i· ¤ ·i· ¤ ·i· ¤¤ ¬ ¬¤· ¬i ¬¬n ¬º l¬¤i+ ¤ ¬ ¬¤· ¬i ¬¬n ¬º l¬¤i+ ¤ ¬ ¬¤· ¬i ¬¬n ¬º l¬¤i+ ¤ ¬ ¬¤· ¬i ¬¬n ¬º l¬¤i+
¬i l(¤n ¤ l·¤· ¬i ni·iºiir --i l¬· ·ii ºi¬º· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i --i l¬· ·ii ºi¬º· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i --i l¬· ·ii ºi¬º· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i --i l¬· ·ii ºi¬º· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i
l¬¤iºii¬ ¬(-¤ ·ii+ l¬¤iºii¬ ¬(-¤ ·ii+ l¬¤iºii¬ ¬(-¤ ·ii+ l¬¤iºii¬ ¬(-¤ ·ii+ ¬¬¬i ·s«z - -i¬ l¬·- ¤º· · ºi·¬ ·( º¤· ¬
¬·nnn ¤ ·¬i ¬- lº¬· ¬-¤ l·-- ªi ¬ ¬ ¤ ln ¤ºi ¬r-ln ·ii+ ¬¬ ¬-¤ ¬¬ ¬-¤ ¬¬ ¬-¤ ¬¬ ¬-¤
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¤ - ·i¬¬º ¬·¬i l(·iil¬n ¬º· ¬i ·iln (·i: ¬i( + ¤ - ·i¬¬º ¬·¬i l(·iil¬n ¬º· ¬i ·iln (·i: ¬i( + ¤ - ·i¬¬º ¬·¬i l(·iil¬n ¬º· ¬i ·iln (·i: ¬i( + ¤ - ·i¬¬º ¬·¬i l(·iil¬n ¬º· ¬i ·iln (·i: ¬i( + :¬ ¤i ¬·i ¬
ºi·- i¤ ¬i-·ii¬i ¬i n-¬i ¬n ni n·ii l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬ l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ni ¤ (i
ri ni+ :¬ ·iln ¬ ¬·nnn ¤i· ¬i lº¤i l(¤n·i- ·iiºn ª¬ ¤ ¬--i:·
¬¤i¬i :ºi¬ ¬il( ºi·- i - l(·ii¬· ¬i ·iln (·i: n¤i ·ii+
oSf'od "kM;a= ds lapkyu lw=
·s:a - l(·¬-· ¤l¤ ¬ · ¤ºi ¤ ¬ ( ºii ¬i ¤ ·i:- · -- - ¬i ¤ ¤ºi ¤
(·i· ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬ ¬·nnn lrni¤ -ri ¤- ¬i ·i -¬i (·i: ·ii+ :¬ ¤i ¬·i
¬i ¬i· ¤i--º ºi ¬¤ ¬º · ¬¬ l·¬i¬¬ -ºº (-¬º ¬iº· ni ¬il( ·
¬il·i ¬ ¬r¤i n l(¤i ·ii+ :¬ ·¤l·n¤i · ¤ºi ¤ - ºii ln -·ii¤·i ¬i ·ii ·iºii
¬º¬ lrni¤ -ri¤ - ¬i ·i l-¬i (·i· - ¤ºi ¬r¤i n l¬¤i ·ii+ ·s«c÷«/ -
¬¤· :¬ ¬iº·i- ¬i ¬( ¬i¬l¬ ¬ ¬i ¤ ¤i º · lº¬ ºi¬ ¬ ¬ºi¤i+
:¬ ¬( lº¤i - ¬ ¬i·iiº ¤º l(·¬ -· ¤l¤ ¬ ¬ l··¬·i l·¬i¬i l¬
( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi (l(º( ¬º¬iº) -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ( rºi
¤ l¬¤i ¬¤·i·i ri ni+ l(º( -nº ¤º ¤¬ ¤¬i (ini(ººi (·i·i ri ni l¬¬¬
l(º( ¬i ¤ -¤ ¬ ºi·- ¬¤· ¬i ¬¬ºl·in -r¬¬ ¬º n·ii ¤·i¬i ¬ ªinº ¬
(¤· ¬ l¬¤ -iº¬ rl·i¤iºi ¬i ¬ n r ¬º·i ¤iº ·i ¬º + (¬ºi ¤r l¬ ¬i-
¬i(-i ¬i -i·l¬¬ l-·iln ¤¬i (·i ( ·i ¤ilr¤ nil¬ (r ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤
- ¬º¬iº ¬il¬n ri ¬i( +
zc ¬ · ·s«r ¬i ¬ · ¤i l¬-¬i - ¤¤i¬ ( ºii ¬ ¤ lnl·l·i¤i · ¤ ·i:- ·
· ºi¬ (U.N.) ¤i-º -(i¬iº l¬¤i+ ¤r ¬-·ii ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬i¬ l¬¬
¬i ¤ ¤i º · lº¬ ºi¬ (C.F.R.) ¬ ¬·nnn (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+
¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ (U.N.) ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¤º(ºi ·ss« - ¬il-¤i (Crimea ) ¬
¤i~-i (Yalta) ¬i·¤¬ - l(·¬ -· ¤l¤ ¬ ¬iº --i l¬· ¬ -in (ºi · - ¤-nn
ri ¤ ¬i ·ii+ :¬ ¤i ¬·i ¬i ª¬( ~- - - · ¬i:¬·ri(º ¬iº ¬ · ·i ¬i
¤ºi ¬-·i · ·ii+ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬-·ii· · l(·¬ -· ¤l¤ ¬ ¬i l(º( ¬º¬iº
(·i· ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬i ¬i¤i l·(n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬·nºi ·- i¤ ¬-·ii·i ¬i
l·-i ºi l¬¤i+ ¬¬ (~· r ~·i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ( (~· r ~·i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ( (~· r ~·i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ( (~· r ~·i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· (W.H.O.) ¤ ) ¤ ) ¤ ) ¤ . .. .¤· ¤· ¤· ¤·. .. .¤i ¤ ¬ ºi· ¤ · ¤i ¤ ¬ ºi· ¤ · ¤i ¤ ¬ ºi· ¤ · ¤i ¤ ¬ ºi· ¤ ·
( (( (U.N.P.F) :¬i ·i l-¬ ·(¬¤- - ¤ · ¤·(i¤º·- - ¤ ) :¬i ·i l-¬ ·(¬¤- - ¤ · ¤·(i¤º·- - ¤ ) :¬i ·i l-¬ ·(¬¤- - ¤ · ¤·(i¤º·- - ¤ ) :¬i ·i l-¬ ·(¬¤- - ¤ · ¤·(i¤º·- - ¤ . .. .¤· ¤· ¤· ¤·. .. .¤·(i ¤º·- - ¤·(i ¤º·- - ¤·(i ¤º·- - ¤·(i ¤º·- -
¤i ni- ( ¤i ni- ( ¤i ni- ( ¤i ni- (UNEP) ¤ ) ¤ ) ¤ ) ¤ . .. .¤· ¤· ¤· ¤·. .. .¤ ¬ ¬ ºi· ¬i:¬ ¤ · ¬~¤º ¬i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ¤ ¬ ¬ ºi· ¬i:¬ ¤ · ¬~¤º ¬i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ¤ ¬ ¬ ºi· ¬i:¬ ¤ · ¬~¤º ¬i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ¤ ¬ ¬ ºi· ¬i:¬ ¤ · ¬~¤º ¬i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi·
( (( (UNESCO)+ )+ )+ )+ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¤r ¬ ¤i («ni ri ¬i ºri r +
¤ ¬( ¬-·ii¤ :¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬ (·i¤i ¬i ºri ·ii nil¬ l¬·(ni ¬ rº
·i¤ - ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi -·iil¤n l¬¤i ¬i ¬¬ + ¬i ¬ ¬i-·¤
¬i ··- ¬º·i :· ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i - ª¤ ¬ª º¤ ·ii ¬iº ¬( ·ii r + :·
¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i ¬il·i ¬ ¬r¤i n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬iº· ni ¤º·i¬- - ¤i º
:·-º· ºi·¬ ¤i¬ ·i- ¬i -·ii: ¬-·ii (·i¤i n¤i+ l-. lr¬ (Hiss) ¬i
l·¤ l·n :¬ ¬-·ii ¬ ¬·¤·i ¬ ª¤ - ¬i · ¤i--º ·¬¬ ¬ riºi ¬i n¤i+
l---º lr¬ ¬i ¬( ¤ ·i:- · · ºi·¬ ¬i ¬·(ª·i ¤i ¬·i ¬i ¤ni ¤¬i ni
¬¬· :¬¬i ºr-¤ ¬¬inº ¬º·i ºi ª ¬º l(¤i+ lr¬ (Hiss) ¬i :¬¬i
¬¬i ·i nn·i ¤·i ¤¬-(ª¤ «« -ri· ¬i ¬ ¬ ¬i-·i ¤·i+
John. J. McCloy ¬i l¬ ¤ .¤·. ¬i ¤¬ l(lºi·- ¬l·i¬iºi ·ii ¬¬·
(ni¤i l¬ ¤ .¤·. ¬ ¬·ii ¬i¤(ilr¤i ¬i l·( ºi· ¬i¬ l¬¬ ¬i · ¤iº ·
lº¬ ºi·¬ (C.F.R.) ¬ riºi rini r + ¬·ri · ¬ri ¬( ¬·ii ¤ .¤·. ¬ ¬ ( l·in
( ºii ¬ l¬¤ ¬º¬iºi ¬·¤ ¤( ¤º l¬¬i ¤ - ªi ·¤l·n ¬i l·¤ l·n ¬i
¬i(º¤¬ni rini r ni ¤ .¤·. ¬ riºi ¬¬¬i ¬ ¤·i n º·n ·¤ ¤i ¬ - l-·iln
C.F.R. ¬ ¤ ·ii· ¬i¤i ¬¤ Harold Pratt House, 58 East 68
th
Street ¬i ( ·i
rini r + (ri ¬¬¬i l·ºi ¤ ri ¬º ¬i¤(iri ¬in («i: ¬ini r + :¬ ¤ ¬iº
¬ C.F.R. ¬i (ªi¬ l(l·i·· ( ºii - ºi·-i·¤·ii ¬i l·¤ l·n - rini ºrni r +
·¤i · l(¤ ¬i¬i:-i (John Brich Society) ¬- lº¬i ¬ ¬-·ii¤¬ Robert
Welch · ·s/a - ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ l(·i¤ - ¬¤·i ºi¤ ·¤·n ¬ºn r ¤
¬ri ·ii ÷
“The United Nations' hopes and plans - To use population
controls, controls over scientific and technological developments,
control over arms and military strength of individual nations,
control over education, control over health and all the control it can
gradually establish under all of the different excuses for
International jurisdiction that it can device. These variegated
separate controls are to become components of the gradually
materialising total control that it expects to achieve by pretense,
deception, persuation, beguilement and falsehoods, while the
enforcement of such controls by brutal force and terror is also
getting under way.
“That is what the United Nations was always intended to do, that
is what it was created to do, that is what it is now doing.”
-David Icke
¤º· ¤ ºi ¬ l( ¬ - ¤i ¤-n¬ ¬ ¬ ªi¬ · ¬¤· ¬·¤¤· ( ¬· ·i( ¬
¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬ l(·i¤ - l¬ªii r
¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· (i¬ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln ¬ ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· (i¬ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln ¬ ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· (i¬ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln ¬ ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· (i¬ ¬·nº n ¬l-ln ¬
·i· ¤¤¬iºi ¬l·i¬ilº¤i ¬i ¬iºii ·i· ¤¤¬iºi ¬l·i¬ilº¤i ¬i ¬iºii ·i· ¤¤¬iºi ¬l·i¬ilº¤i ¬i ¬iºii ·i· ¤¤¬iºi ¬l·i¬ilº¤i ¬i ¬iºii¤ n·ii ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ n·ii ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ n·ii ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ n·ii ¤i ¬·i¤
¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬iºii¤ ( ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ºi nºr ( lº(¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬iºii¤ ( ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ºi nºr ( lº(¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬iºii¤ ( ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ºi nºr ( lº(¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬iºii¤ ( ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤ºi nºr ( lº(¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬i
r + :¬¬ l¬¤ ¬i- (i- ( · ·i ( ¬·ii ·iln¤i ¬i :-n -i¬ - ¬i¤i ¬ini r + :¬¬ l¬¤ ¬i- (i- ( · ·i ( ¬·ii ·iln¤i ¬i :-n -i¬ - ¬i¤i ¬ini r + :¬¬ l¬¤ ¬i- (i- ( · ·i ( ¬·ii ·iln¤i ¬i :-n -i¬ - ¬i¤i ¬ini r + :¬¬ l¬¤ ¬i- (i- ( · ·i ( ¬·ii ·iln¤i ¬i :-n -i¬ - ¬i¤i ¬ini
r + ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ - l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i -(i¬iº ¬ºi· r + ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ - l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i -(i¬iº ¬ºi· r + ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ - l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i -(i¬iº ¬ºi· r + ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ - l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i -(i¬iº ¬ºi·
¬ l¬¤ ¬·¬ ª¤i l·¤¤ ¬ l¬¤ ¬·¬ ª¤i l·¤¤ ¬ l¬¤ ¬·¬ ª¤i l·¤¤ ¬ l¬¤ ¬·¬ ª¤i l·¤¤ºi l(ni· ¬iº n¬·i¬i ·i¤ ¬i l·¤¤ºi ¬·ii ºi·- ºi l(ni· ¬iº n¬·i¬i ·i¤ ¬i l·¤¤ºi ¬·ii ºi·- ºi l(ni· ¬iº n¬·i¬i ·i¤ ¬i l·¤¤ºi ¬·ii ºi·- ºi l(ni· ¬iº n¬·i¬i ·i¤ ¬i l·¤¤ºi ¬·ii ºi·-
¬ ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬ l·¬ ºil·n ¬i l·¤¤ºi lºi·ii ·iln ¬i l·¤¤ºi -(i-·¤ ¬ ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬ l·¬ ºil·n ¬i l·¤¤ºi lºi·ii ·iln ¬i l·¤¤ºi -(i-·¤ ¬ ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬ l·¬ ºil·n ¬i l·¤¤ºi lºi·ii ·iln ¬i l·¤¤ºi -(i-·¤ ¬ ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬ l·¬ ºil·n ¬i l·¤¤ºi lºi·ii ·iln ¬i l·¤¤ºi -(i-·¤
¬(i¬i ¬i l·¤¤ºi+ ¬r· ¬i ni-¤¤ ¤r r l¬ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ¬(i¬i ¬i l·¤¤ºi+ ¬r· ¬i ni-¤¤ ¤r r l¬ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ¬(i¬i ¬i l·¤¤ºi+ ¬r· ¬i ni-¤¤ ¤r r l¬ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ¬(i¬i ¬i l·¤¤ºi+ ¬r· ¬i ni-¤¤ ¤r r l¬ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·-
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-i·l¬¬ni (·i·i ¤irn r l¬¬¬ -·ii·i¤ ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¤º ¬ ¬·-i·¬ -i·l¬¬ni (·i·i ¤irn r l¬¬¬ -·ii·i¤ ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¤º ¬ ¬·-i·¬ -i·l¬¬ni (·i·i ¤irn r l¬¬¬ -·ii·i¤ ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¤º ¬ ¬·-i·¬ -i·l¬¬ni (·i·i ¤irn r l¬¬¬ -·ii·i¤ ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¤º ¬ ¬·-i·¬
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l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -i·l¬¬ni (· + l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -i·l¬¬ni (· + l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -i·l¬¬ni (· + l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -i·l¬¬ni (· +
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- l¬ªii r ÷ l¬ :¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¬ª º¤ l¬l- rn ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬· ¬
·i-i ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬-·ii¤ (·i¤i r ¤i r + :· ¬-·ii¬i ¬ ¬-- ¬· ( ni l·-¤i
rini ºrni r +
ºi¬º· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¤¬ ¬-·ii ¬i ·i- l(~·( n l(~·( n l(~·( n l(~·( n (Bilderberg) r +
:¬¬i ¤¬ ( -¬ ·ss· - (i· ·÷(· · (Baden-Baden-Germany) ¬- ·i -
r : + :¬ ( -¬ - · l(· ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤ ·i:- · -- - ¬ ¤ - ªi ¤ ºii¬l·¬
¬l·i¬iºi ºi¬·ilnn n·ii ¬ni n¤ln l(¬ l·¬ -· (¬i ¬¬ ¬-¤ ¬i¬ ·¬i¬
¬i n( ·º ·ii ¬i l¬ (i(- ºi·- ¤ln ri n¤i ·ii) ¬i¬ ( ºi ¬i·· ·¬ ¬
l(~·º(nº l¬¬i(i·i ¤ ¬· ¬i ·i(º¬ º· ¬i ºi·i l(-lº·¬ (Beatrix), -¤ ·
¬i ºi·i ¬i l¤¤i ·¤i · l--·i (l( - · ¬ ¤ lnl·l·i) ¬iº ·ii ¬· ¬ ¬·nº ºi
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¬·¬i ¬i·i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ (in ¬º·i ¤ilr¤ + ¬·¬i ¬i·i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ (in ¬º·i ¤ilr¤ + ¬·¬i ¬i·i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ (in ¬º·i ¤ilr¤ + ¬·¬i ¬i·i ¬ ¤ ·n ºi·- ¬ (in ¬º·i ¤ilr¤ +
l(~·º(n ¬i ¬n¬i ( -¬ ¬ · ·ss« - l¤·¬ · - r : + :¬ ( -¬ -
·ss· ¬i ( -¬ ¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬ ¬¬i(i l-.¤i-º ·i. ¬ ·iº¬ º· (Perter D.
Sutherland) ¬i l¬ n - (GATT) l( ¬·º¬ ¤ni- - ¬i · - lº¤ ¤ · - ·
¬ ·i¤º ·-º ·i ¬¤l-·in ·i + :¬ ( -¬ - ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬·ii ¤ ln( ·i ¬-i·n :¬ ( -¬ - ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬·ii ¤ ln( ·i ¬-i·n :¬ ( -¬ - ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬·ii ¤ ln( ·i ¬-i·n :¬ ( -¬ - ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬·ii ¤ ln( ·i ¬-i·n
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¬il·i¬ l·¤¤ºi - ¬i·i ·ii+ ¬il·i¬ l·¤¤ºi - ¬i·i ·ii+ ¬il·i¬ l·¤¤ºi - ¬i·i ·ii+ ¬il·i¬ l·¤¤ºi - ¬i·i ·ii+ :¬ ¬i- ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬ ·iº¬ · ¬l¤n ·¤l·n
·i + :¬ ( -¬ - ·i(º¬ · ¬ ¤ ·ii·-¤i ª· ¬ (¬ ¬ . -il-· - ¬º (¬ ¬
( ¬ ¬ ¤ - ªi ¤ ºii¬¬ l( - · ¬ -i ·i ·¬ ¤º (¬ (º ¤i-l ¬ ) ¬iº ¬ ··i ·¬i¬
ºiil-¬ ·i + ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ·i¤ - :¬ ( -¬ · ( lº(¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬i ¬¬iº ¬
¬ s ¤ - ªi ¬ni n¤ln¤i ¬ ¤ n ¬ - ¤¬i· ¬i ¤i ¬·i (·i: ¤lººii- -(ª¤
¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬ ¤·i·iº ¬ni n¤ln¤i · ¬ni n ¬ ·i¤ - -·ii·i¤ ¬l·i¬-
¤º ¤¬ l·ºii ¤¬ ¬i·iin ¤iº ·i ¬º l(¤i+
¬ · ·ssr - l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i ( -¬ l-(- ¬º¬ º· ¬ (n ·--i ¬ -
ni· ri -¬i - ¬¬n÷¬¬n r : + ¤ ( -¬ (rn ri ni ¤·i¤ ºªii n: ·ii+ ¬(
n¬ ¬i ( -¬i - ¬i ·¤l·n ¬¤l-·in rin ·i ¬·- ¬ ¬l·i¬i ºi ¬·(º ¬i
¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ ¬·l·in ·i + ·ssr ¬i :· ( -¬i - ¬ ¬iº ·iº ¬ ( ·¤l·n
ºiil-¬ ·i ¬i ¬i ¬ ¬~¤iºi ¬i si¤i n·ii l(º( ºii ln ( l(¬i¬ ¬ ¬( ·ii ·i
¬i n ¬ ¬i ·i - ¤ (i ¬º¬ l(º(÷ni·iºiiri ¬ ¤·i·iº ·i + · l(· ¬i:¬
l-(- ¬º¬ º· ¬i :¬ ( -¬ ¬i ¬i·¬iºi ril¬¬ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ (n ·--i ¬
n¬ ¤r ¤ ni n¤ ¬ l¬· (ri ¬i¬º ¬·ri · ¬i ( ªii ¬·ri ¬ ºi·(i - :¬
¤ ¬iº r ÷
¯l-(- ¬º¬ º· - ¬( l(~·º(n ¬i ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ni - (ri s l:¤i ¯l-(- ¬º¬ º· - ¬( l(~·º(n ¬i ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ni - (ri s l:¤i ¯l-(- ¬º¬ º· - ¬( l(~·º(n ¬i ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ni - (ri s l:¤i ¯l-(- ¬º¬ º· - ¬( l(~·º(n ¬i ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ni - (ri s l:¤i
l(ni· n¤i ·ii+ -¤i -¬i:- ¬-i¤iº ¤¤ ¬ riºi - n :¬ ( -¬ ¬i ¬-i¤iº l(ni· n¤i ·ii+ -¤i -¬i:- ¬-i¤iº ¤¤ ¬ riºi - n :¬ ( -¬ ¬i ¬-i¤iº l(ni· n¤i ·ii+ -¤i -¬i:- ¬-i¤iº ¤¤ ¬ riºi - n :¬ ( -¬ ¬i ¬-i¤iº l(ni· n¤i ·ii+ -¤i -¬i:- ¬-i¤iº ¤¤ ¬ riºi - n :¬ ( -¬ ¬i ¬-i¤iº
l-¬i ·ii+ ( -¬ ¤iº ·i ri · ¬ ¬ s l(· ¤r¬ - (n l-¬i ·ii+ ( -¬ ¤iº ·i ri · ¬ ¬ s l(· ¤r¬ - (n l-¬i ·ii+ ( -¬ ¤iº ·i ri · ¬ ¬ s l(· ¤r¬ - (n l-¬i ·ii+ ( -¬ ¤iº ·i ri · ¬ ¬ s l(· ¤r¬ - (n ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ ¬( ¬ s ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ ¬( ¬ s ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ ¬( ¬ s ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ ¬( ¬ s
( ªi¬º l¤º l¬¬ l(· ( -¬ ri · (i¬i ·ii ¤ · ( ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ (ri ¬i¬º ( ªi¬º l¤º l¬¬ l(· ( -¬ ri · (i¬i ·ii ¤ · ( ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ (ri ¬i¬º ( ªi¬º l¤º l¬¬ l(· ( -¬ ri · (i¬i ·ii ¤ · ( ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ (ri ¬i¬º ( ªi¬º l¤º l¬¬ l(· ( -¬ ri · (i¬i ·ii ¤ · ( ·--i ¬ ¤r ¤i+ (ri ¬i¬º
·¤i ( ªini r l¬ l¬· ri -¬i - ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ¬·¬ ºi-ni ¤º ¤ l¬¬ ·¤i ( ªini r l¬ l¬· ri -¬i - ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ¬·¬ ºi-ni ¤º ¤ l¬¬ ·¤i ( ªini r l¬ l¬· ri -¬i - ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ¬·¬ ºi-ni ¤º ¤ l¬¬ ·¤i ( ªini r l¬ l¬· ri -¬i - ( -¬ ri ºri ·ii ¬·¬ ºi-ni ¤º ¤ l¬¬
¬i (·i ¬ªn ¤rºi ·ii+ ¬( ¬· ¬ ( ( ¬º (i n¤i ·ii + l-(- ¬º¬ · ¬i ¬i (·i ¬ªn ¤rºi ·ii+ ¬( ¬· ¬ ( ( ¬º (i n¤i ·ii + l-(- ¬º¬ · ¬i ¬i (·i ¬ªn ¤rºi ·ii+ ¬( ¬· ¬ ( ( ¬º (i n¤i ·ii + l-(- ¬º¬ · ¬i ¬i (·i ¬ªn ¤rºi ·ii+ ¬( ¬· ¬ ( ( ¬º (i n¤i ·ii + l-(- ¬º¬ · ¬i
¤ l¬¬ n·ii ¬ ·i ¬ ¤ l¬¬ n·ii ¬ ·i ¬ ¤ l¬¬ n·ii ¬ ·i ¬ ¤ l¬¬ n·ii ¬ ·i ¬ l¬¤ilr¤i ¬ ¤ºi ·iºi( (i ¬i n¤i ·ii+ - · ¤¬ ¤ l¬¬ l¬¤ilr¤i ¬ ¤ºi ·iºi( (i ¬i n¤i ·ii+ - · ¤¬ ¤ l¬¬ l¬¤ilr¤i ¬ ¤ºi ·iºi( (i ¬i n¤i ·ii+ - · ¤¬ ¤ l¬¬ l¬¤ilr¤i ¬ ¤ºi ·iºi( (i ¬i n¤i ·ii+ - · ¤¬ ¤ l¬¬
(i¬ ¬ ¤ si l¬ ·¤i -i-¬i r ¬¬· ·iiº ¬ :n·i ri ¬ri ÷ (rn (i¬ ¬ ¤ si l¬ ·¤i -i-¬i r ¬¬· ·iiº ¬ :n·i ri ¬ri ÷ (rn (i¬ ¬ ¤ si l¬ ·¤i -i-¬i r ¬¬· ·iiº ¬ :n·i ri ¬ri ÷ (rn (i¬ ¬ ¤ si l¬ ·¤i -i-¬i r ¬¬· ·iiº ¬ :n·i ri ¬ri ÷ (rn
ni ¤·i¤ r (rn ni ¤·i¤ r + :¬ -il- n - ·¤i r ¬i :¬¬i ¤ni ·ri ¤¬ ni ¤·i¤ r (rn ni ¤·i¤ r + :¬ -il- n - ·¤i r ¬i :¬¬i ¤ni ·ri ¤¬ ni ¤·i¤ r (rn ni ¤·i¤ r + :¬ -il- n - ·¤i r ¬i :¬¬i ¤ni ·ri ¤¬ ni ¤·i¤ r (rn ni ¤·i¤ r + :¬ -il- n - ·¤i r ¬i :¬¬i ¤ni ·ri ¤¬
¤i¤i+ - ¬i ¤ni r l¬ ¬ªº :¬ ( -¬ - l(º( - ¤¬s¤ ¬il·i¬ ¤i¤i+ - ¬i ¤ni r l¬ ¬ªº :¬ ( -¬ - l(º( - ¤¬s¤ ¬il·i¬ ¤i¤i+ - ¬i ¤ni r l¬ ¬ªº :¬ ( -¬ - l(º( - ¤¬s¤ ¬il·i¬ ¤i¤i+ - ¬i ¤ni r l¬ ¬ªº :¬ ( -¬ - l(º( - ¤¬s¤ ¬il·i¬
¬i- ¬i- ¬i- ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i -·ii¤i·i ¬ l¬¤ ·¤ r º¤·i ¬i ººi·iln (·i: ¬i ºri i·¤(i( ¬i -·ii¤i·i ¬ l¬¤ ·¤ r º¤·i ¬i ººi·iln (·i: ¬i ºri i·¤(i( ¬i -·ii¤i·i ¬ l¬¤ ·¤ r º¤·i ¬i ººi·iln (·i: ¬i ºri i·¤(i( ¬i -·ii¤i·i ¬ l¬¤ ·¤ r º¤·i ¬i ººi·iln (·i: ¬i ºri
ri ni+ ri ni+ ri ni+ ri ni+
· l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ ·- ·«z · l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ ·- ·«z · l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ ·- ·«z · l(· ¬i:¬ ¤ ·- ·«z
:¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬i ni ¤·i¤ ( -¬i - ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬i¤ l(l·i ¬i l·ºi ¤
l¬¤i ¬ini r + :º-º· ºi·¬ -i · -ºi ¤ · (IMF) ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ¤iº
:º-º· ºi·¬ :¬i ·i l-¬ ¬i ¬i ¤º ºi· ¤ · ·(¬¤- - ¬i¬ l¬¬ ¬i · ¤iº ·
lº¬ ºi¬ (CFR) (~· ( ¬ ¬·º¬ ¤ni- - ¬i · - lº¤ ¤ · - · (GATT)
·r¬ · r ~·i ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· (WHO) ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ (U.N.) ¬il( l¬n·i ·ii
¬-·ii¤ r :·¬i ¬ ¤i¬· ¬¤ ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ l(l·i·· ·i-i ¬ ¬ºni
r + :· ¬-·ii¬i ¬i +¤ºi «i ¤i l(º( ºii ln n·ii l¤s·i ¬ l(¬i¬ ¬i
l(ªii¤i ¬ini r ¤ºn :·¬i ¬¬¬i -¬¬( (i·i ¬i¬i· ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i
rini r +
¬(irººi ¬ l¬¤ (~· ( ¬ ¬i ¬ª º¤ ¤r r l¬ l(¬i¬ºii¬ ( ºii ¬i
¬·ni ¬i ¤ºil¬n (·i¬º -·ii: ª¤ ¬ nºi(i ¬i ªii: - «¬ ¬ l(¤i ¬i( +
l(º( ( ¬ l(l·i·· ( ºii - (·i÷(·i l(¬i¬ ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ l¬¤ ¬¬ (ni r +
¤ ¤i ¬·i¤ (i-n( - ¬i- ¬·ni ¬ ¬-i· si·¬º ¬·¬i (·i÷(·i
¬i ni ln¬ :¬i: ¤i ¬ ¬il¬n (·i· ¬i rini r + :¬ ¤ ¬iº -(i(¬-(i ¬i(·
(ºi · ¬i ··- l¬¤i ¬ini r + ·iiºn - -~-i· ºi·¬ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ((i( -
¬i¬º ¬º¬iº ªini ¬i ¬-i·i ¬i ¬l·in rººi ¬º¬ si - l¬¬i·i ¬i
(ºi ¬niº n·ii ¤ºil¬n (·i ºri r + ¤r ( lº(¬ ¬·i ·iln ¬ ¤ ·ii( ¬ ri ºri
r + IMF n·ii l(º( ( ¬ ¬i - ª¤ ¬i- (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ l¬¤ ·i l-¬i
n ¤iº ¬º· ¬i r + ¤ (i ·i ¬·i ¬-·ii¤ l¬· ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ l¬¤ ¬¬ (ni r +
¬· ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ -·ii·i¤ ¬·ni ¬i ¬ s ·ii lrn ·ri ¬·ini r + (rºi·- i¤
¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ¬ l(·ii ¬ l¬¤ l(¬¬i n·ii ¬· ¬ l·-i ºi rn ¬ri¤ni
(i ¬ini r +
l(¬i¬ºii¬ ¬iº ¬- l(¬l¬n n·ii nºi( ( ºii ¬i IMF n·ii l(º( ( ¬ ¬
¬i ¬¬ ¤i ¬ri¤ni l-¬ni r ¬¬¬ ºi¬·iln¬ ·ni ni ·i ·- rin ri r
¬i·i ri (· (i ·i l(( ºii ¤ ·ii( l(( ºii ·ºii¬ ºiin¬ ¤ ¤ ¬i¤i ·i· ·-¬
¬ni ni ¬ l¬¤ ·i l- ¬l·in rºi ¬i ·il·i¤i ¬ l(·i ¬ ¤ ·ii( ¬il( ¬ l(ª- ¬·
¬i·(i ¬· ¬ºi· - ·ii ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬i : · ¬i : ¬-·ii ¤ºi ·i ª¤ ¬
¬ri¤ni (ni ºrni r + ¤ri n¬ ·ri ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬(-¤ ·iil- ¬
ºi¬·iln¬ ¬iº ¬il·i ¬ l(·( ¤º ¬in ¬ ¤ ¬i· (i¬i ¬i rl·i¤iºi ¬iº ·i·
¬ri¤ni ¬ºn r n·ii :·¬i ((i· (i¬i ¬º¬iºi ºil·n¤i ¬i ·ii ºi-¤i-¤
l(¬i ¬ºn r +
· l(· ¬i:¬ · ¤ ·- z:r ¤º l¬ªii r ÷ · l(· ¬i:¬ · ¤ ·- z:r ¤º l¬ªii r ÷ · l(· ¬i:¬ · ¤ ·- z:r ¤º l¬ªii r ÷ · l(· ¬i:¬ · ¤ ·- z:r ¤º l¬ªii r ÷
The International Monetary Fund (I.M.F.) is there to intervene,
when poor countries in Africa, Asia and the rest of the developing
world get into Elite (Round table group) engineered financial
trouble. The idea has been to encourage and bribe the politicians in
these countries into reliquishing self-sufficiency in food and into
opening their lands to the multinational food and chocolate giants.
These countries began to export luxury cash crops to the rich nations
and to use that money to pay for imported food from those same rich
countries. Also the developing nations would export natural
resources to the rich nations at knok-down prices and then buy-back
(at inflated prices) the luxury products of the industrialised
countries made with those natural resources. However, these luxury
goods only go to the tiny, corrupt, political and economic clique in
these developing countries. The majority of the population go
hungry because the food growing land is occupied by the
multinational corporation. The Elite policy was to submerge the
poor countries in debt and take them over in the same way as was
done with the multinational and the industrialised nations. When
these governments find themselves in financial troubles and unable
to meet their debt repayments they go to the IMF to restructure the
repayments or offer more loans to pay the interest on the previous
ones. But in return for imposing more debt the IMF insists that its
(Elite) economic policies are followed. These involve cutting of food,
health and education subsidies and the exporting of more resources
and cash crops. The IMF tells all the developing countries to do this
and thus create a glut on the world market for these commodities
and the prices collapse.
:¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ IMF ¬i -(( l(¬i¬ºii¬ ( ºii ¬i ¬il·i ¬ ( l·- ¬
¬-¬iº (·i· ¬i ¤ºi ·i ·i·¤¤ ¬º· - ¬l¬¤ r +
¬il·i ¬ ·iln¤i ¬ ¬i·i - ·n ·¤(¬i¤ (Free Trade) ·ii ¬-¬iº ºi·- i ¬
l¬¤ ªinº ¬i ·i -i r + - ·n ·¤i¤iº ¬i l·¤¤ºi (~· - · ¬in ·i:¬ ºi·
(W.T.O) ¬ riºi rini r + :¬¬i ¬i¤i ¬¤ l-- ¬º¬ · - r + GATT (¬·º¬
¤ni- - ¬i · - · ¤ · - lº¤) ¬ -i·¤- ¬ ¬i - ·n ·¤(¬i¤ (Free Trade)
¤¬ ºri r + ¬¬¬ ºil·nºii¬i ( ºii ¬i ¬-¬iº ( ºii ¬i ºii ·iºi ¬º· ¬i
s - l-¬ n¤i r + · l(· ¬i:¬ l¬ªin r ÷
“The consequences of this can now be seen by all but the most
dedicated idiots. The media promotes free trade as a good thing and
protection as bad. They have bought the line sold to them by
economists, politicians and university lecturers and they sell it to the
public.”
“Free trade is the freedom of the strong to exploit the weak. It is
the means through which multinationals subsidised by their
governments via the overseas aid budgets and other hidden channels,
operate cartelism against the interest of the general population it is
the freedom to create dependency on a system which only the few
control and to use that dependency to manipulate at will, the
freedom to move production from high wage industrialist countries
to the street shops of the third world, the freedom to steal their food
growing land and to destroy the small aggrarion industries. In doing
this the Elite create anger, despair and division; the perfect
combination for manipulation.”
David Icke - p 237
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¬ l·i ·i l- n·ii ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ ·i¤ - rº -nº ¤º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¤iº ·i ¬ºi: r ¬ l·i ·i l- n·ii ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ ·i¤ - rº -nº ¤º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¤iº ·i ¬ºi: r ¬ l·i ·i l- n·ii ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ ·i¤ - rº -nº ¤º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¤iº ·i ¬ºi: r ¬ l·i ·i l- n·ii ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ ·i¤ - rº -nº ¤º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¤iº ·i ¬ºi: r
¬¬· ni -·ii·i¤ ·¤(-·ii ¬i ¤ºi nºr ¬-º ri ni · ·i¬i r + ¬¬· ni -·ii·i¤ ·¤(-·ii ¬i ¤ºi nºr ¬-º ri ni · ·i¬i r + ¬¬· ni -·ii·i¤ ·¤(-·ii ¬i ¤ºi nºr ¬-º ri ni · ·i¬i r + ¬¬· ni -·ii·i¤ ·¤(-·ii ¬i ¤ºi nºr ¬-º ri ni · ·i¬i r +
¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· ¬ l·i ¬-¤i(· - rº ¬·i¬ ¤¬ ¬·¬i ¬ -(i·iil(¬ (i¬ ¬º·iºi ¬i - rº ¬·i¬ ¤¬ ¬·¬i ¬ -(i·iil(¬ (i¬ ¬º·iºi ¬i - rº ¬·i¬ ¤¬ ¬·¬i ¬ -(i·iil(¬ (i¬ ¬º·iºi ¬i - rº ¬·i¬ ¤¬ ¬·¬i ¬ -(i·iil(¬ (i¬ ¬º·iºi ¬i
¤ l¬¤i ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º l(¤i r + ¤¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬ ln¬ (i¬i ¬i ··- ¬º¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º l(¤i r + ¤¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬ ln¬ (i¬i ¬i ··- ¬º¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º l(¤i r + ¤¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬ ln¬ (i¬i ¬i ··- ¬º¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º l(¤i r + ¤¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬ ln¬ (i¬i ¬i ··- ¬º¬
·¤¬¬ (i¬i ¬i ¤ ¤¬· ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i r + :¬¬i ¤lººii- ¤r r ¬i r l¬ rº ·¤¬¬ (i¬i ¬i ¤ ¤¬· ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i r + :¬¬i ¤lººii- ¤r r ¬i r l¬ rº ·¤¬¬ (i¬i ¬i ¤ ¤¬· ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i r + :¬¬i ¤lººii- ¤r r ¬i r l¬ rº ·¤¬¬ (i¬i ¬i ¤ ¤¬· ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i r + :¬¬i ¤lººii- ¤r r ¬i r l¬ rº
¤¬¬ ¬i (i¬ l¬¬i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤·i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº - ¤¬i n¤i r + ¤¬¬ ¬i (i¬ l¬¬i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤·i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº - ¤¬i n¤i r + ¤¬¬ ¬i (i¬ l¬¬i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤·i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº - ¤¬i n¤i r + ¤¬¬ ¬i (i¬ l¬¬i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤·i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº - ¤¬i n¤i r +
¬-¤· ¬-¤· ¬-¤· ¬-¤·i ¬ l-¬i ri:(i· (i¬ ¬ ·i¬ ¬i rº (iº ·¤i ¬ ·i ri ni ¬¬¬ ªin i ¬ l-¬i ri:(i· (i¬ ¬ ·i¬ ¬i rº (iº ·¤i ¬ ·i ri ni ¬¬¬ ªin i ¬ l-¬i ri:(i· (i¬ ¬ ·i¬ ¬i rº (iº ·¤i ¬ ·i ri ni ¬¬¬ ªin i ¬ l-¬i ri:(i· (i¬ ¬ ·i¬ ¬i rº (iº ·¤i ¬ ·i ri ni ¬¬¬ ªin
- ¬i ¤¬¬ ¤ (i r : r ¬¬¬i ¤¬ (i¬ ·ri ri ¬¬ni ·¤i l¬ (r ·¤¬¬ - ¬i ¤¬¬ ¤ (i r : r ¬¬¬i ¤¬ (i¬ ·ri ri ¬¬ni ·¤i l¬ (r ·¤¬¬ - ¬i ¤¬¬ ¤ (i r : r ¬¬¬i ¤¬ (i¬ ·ri ri ¬¬ni ·¤i l¬ (r ·¤¬¬ - ¬i ¤¬¬ ¤ (i r : r ¬¬¬i ¤¬ (i¬ ·ri ri ¬¬ni ·¤i l¬ (r ·¤¬¬
¤¬ rini r + ¤¬¬i ¬ (i¬ ¬-¤·· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i · ¤¬ rini r + ¤¬¬i ¬ (i¬ ¬-¤·· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i · ¤¬ rini r + ¤¬¬i ¬ (i¬ ¬-¤·· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i · ¤¬ rini r + ¤¬¬i ¬ (i¬ ¬-¤·· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ·
¤¬il·i¬iº ¤i·n ¬º l¬¤i r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ ¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¤i·n ¬º l¬¤i r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ ¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¤i·n ¬º l¬¤i r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ ¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¤i·n ¬º l¬¤i r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ ¬ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬l·i¬iº ¤i ¤ i ¬l·i¬iº ¤i ¤ i ¬l·i¬iº ¤i ¤ i ¬l·i¬iº ¤i ¤
(rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i r l¬·- ¤ ·¬i ·¤ ¬i: - ¤ l·l¬(º ¬-¤·i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i r l¬·- ¤ ·¬i ·¤ ¬i: - ¤ l·l¬(º ¬-¤·i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i r l¬·- ¤ ·¬i ·¤ ¬i: - ¤ l·l¬(º ¬-¤·i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i r l¬·- ¤ ·¬i ·¤ ¬i: - ¤ l·l¬(º ¬-¤·i
l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i r + (¬ºi ¬-¤·i ·-¬ ¬iº¤iº ºi· l-(¬- ¬º¬ º· ¬i+ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i r + (¬ºi ¬-¤·i ·-¬ ¬iº¤iº ºi· l-(¬- ¬º¬ º· ¬i+ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i r + (¬ºi ¬-¤·i ·-¬ ¬iº¤iº ºi· l-(¬- ¬º¬ º· ¬i+ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i r + (¬ºi ¬-¤·i ·-¬ ¬iº¤iº ºi· l-(¬- ¬º¬ º· ¬i+
:¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬iº - ·-º ¬i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi :¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬iº - ·-º ¬i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi :¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬iº - ·-º ¬i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi :¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬iº - ·-º ¬i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi
¬i -i·¤- (·i l(¤i r + ªini ¬ ¬i -i·¤- (·i l(¤i r + ªini ¬ ¬i -i·¤- (·i l(¤i r + ªini ¬ ¬i -i·¤- (·i l(¤i r + ªini ¬ ¬i·i÷¬i·i ni( ºi ¬ ¬-¤i(· - ·ii ¬i·i÷¬i·i ni( ºi ¬ ¬-¤i(· - ·ii ¬i·i÷¬i·i ni( ºi ¬ ¬-¤i(· - ·ii ¬i·i÷¬i·i ni( ºi ¬ ¬-¤i(· - ·ii
(rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬¤·i (ªi¬ ¬-i· ¬ l¬¤ ( ºii ni( ºi ¬i ··- ¬º¬ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬¤·i (ªi¬ ¬-i· ¬ l¬¤ ( ºii ni( ºi ¬i ··- ¬º¬ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬¤·i (ªi¬ ¬-i· ¬ l¬¤ ( ºii ni( ºi ¬i ··- ¬º¬ (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬¤·i (ªi¬ ¬-i· ¬ l¬¤ ( ºii ni( ºi ¬i ··- ¬º¬
l(( ºii ·-¬i ¬i l(-niº ¬º ºri r + ¤ ¬·· - ·ii ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i l(¤i r + l(( ºii ·-¬i ¬i l(-niº ¬º ºri r + ¤ ¬·· - ·ii ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i l(¤i r + l(( ºii ·-¬i ¬i l(-niº ¬º ºri r + ¤ ¬·· - ·ii ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i l(¤i r + l(( ºii ·-¬i ¬i l(-niº ¬º ºri r + ¤ ¬·· - ·ii ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i l(¤i r +
¬iºi ¤ l¬¤i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i l(ºii - ¬i ºri r + ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬iºi ¤ l¬¤i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i l(ºii - ¬i ºri r + ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬iºi ¤ l¬¤i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i l(ºii - ¬i ºri r + ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i ¬iºi ¤ l¬¤i ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i l(ºii - ¬i ºri r + ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i
¤ l¬¤ ¤ l¬¤ ¤ l¬¤ ¤ l¬¤i ¤¬ ¤¬i ¤ - r ¬i ¤ºi ·i ª¤ ¬ rº ·i¤ - -(i¤Ÿi ¬i(· ¬i ··- i ¤¬ ¤¬i ¤ - r ¬i ¤ºi ·i ª¤ ¬ rº ·i¤ - -(i¤Ÿi ¬i(· ¬i ··- i ¤¬ ¤¬i ¤ - r ¬i ¤ºi ·i ª¤ ¬ rº ·i¤ - -(i¤Ÿi ¬i(· ¬i ··- i ¤¬ ¤¬i ¤ - r ¬i ¤ºi ·i ª¤ ¬ rº ·i¤ - -(i¤Ÿi ¬i(· ¬i ··-
¬º ºri r + ¬º ºri r + ¬º ºri r + ¬º ºri r +
·i· ¤¤¬iºi ·i-¬ ·i· ¤¤¬iºi ·i-¬ ·i· ¤¤¬iºi ·i-¬ ·i· ¤¤¬iºi ·i-¬
l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i - ª¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ºil·n ¤ ·i:- · l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i - ª¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ºil·n ¤ ·i:- · l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i - ª¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ºil·n ¤ ·i:- · l(º( ¬º¬iº riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ¬i - ª¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ºil·n ¤ ·i:- ·
-- -¬ ¬i ¤ ¬- lº¬i ¬ ¤¬ilºn rini r + -- -¬ ¬i ¤ ¬- lº¬i ¬ ¤¬ilºn rini r + -- -¬ ¬i ¤ ¬- lº¬i ¬ ¤¬ilºn rini r + -- -¬ ¬i ¤ ¬- lº¬i ¬ ¤¬ilºn rini r + ¤r ¬(¬ ·s ¬ za ·¤l·n¤i riºi
¬ ¤il¬n rini r + ¤ ¤ · ¤ ¤ · ¤ ¤ · ¤ ¤ · r ¤ ·¤l·n ·ri r + :·¬i ¬-·ii¤ r l¬·¬i ºil·n r ¤ ·¤l·n ·ri r + :·¬i ¬-·ii¤ r l¬·¬i ºil·n r ¤ ·¤l·n ·ri r + :·¬i ¬-·ii¤ r l¬·¬i ºil·n r ¤ ·¤l·n ·ri r + :·¬i ¬-·ii¤ r l¬·¬i ºil·n
¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ . .. .¤¬ ¤¬ ¤¬ ¤¬. .. .¬ ºi·- ¤ln ¬ ·ii ¬l·i¬ r + :· ¬-·ii·i · ¬ ¤ ·n ª¤ ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬ ºi·- ¤ln ¬ ·ii ¬l·i¬ r + :· ¬-·ii·i · ¬ ¤ ·n ª¤ ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬ ºi·- ¤ln ¬ ·ii ¬l·i¬ r + :· ¬-·ii·i · ¬ ¤ ·n ª¤ ¬ ni ¤·i¤ ¬ ºi·- ¤ln ¬ ·ii ¬l·i¬ r + :· ¬-·ii·i · ¬ ¤ ·n ª¤ ¬ ni ¤·i¤
¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ · ºi·¬ l¬·¤i lº-i ¤¬¬i ( ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ · ºi·¬ l¬·¤i lº-i ¤¬¬i ( ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ · ºi·¬ l¬·¤i lº-i ¤¬¬i ( ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ · ºi·¬ l¬·¤i lº-i ¤¬¬i (NSA) ·i- ¬ ¤¬ ¬-·ii (·i ) ·i- ¬ ¤¬ ¬-·ii (·i ) ·i- ¬ ¤¬ ¬-·ii (·i ) ·i- ¬ ¤¬ ¬-·ii (·i
ºªii r + ºªii r + ºªii r + ºªii r + NSA riºi l·lºin ¬·ii ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i riºi l·lºin ¬·ii ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i riºi l·lºin ¬·ii ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i riºi l·lºin ¬·ii ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i CIA ¬i¤i l·(n ¬i¤i l·(n ¬i¤i l·(n ¬i¤i l·(n ¬ºni r + ¬ºni r + ¬ºni r + ¬ºni r +
CIA ·ii ¬i-il¬¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i l·( ºi (ni r + ·ii ¬i-il¬¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i l·( ºi (ni r + ·ii ¬i-il¬¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i l·( ºi (ni r + ·ii ¬i-il¬¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i l·( ºi (ni r +
¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ¤i¬ ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ ¬i l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i l(ºii ( ·
¬ l¬¤ ¬-·ii¤ r ¬i l¬ ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬· ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬i·ii ¬-¤¬ -
¬ini r + :¬ ¬iº «i ¤ ¬i ¬ ¤i¬· - ·¬ ¤·¬ -·- ¤i¬· ºi· l¬ ·i¬ - ¬
riºi rini r + - ·¬ ¤·¬ -·- ¤i¬· ºi· l¬ ·i¬ - ¬i l·¤¤ºi ºi ¬¤ ¬º
¤i¬· ºi· ÷ ºi ·i¤i:~· ¤i¬· ºi· ÷ ¬iº· ni ¤i¬· ºi· ¬il( ¬iº ·ii
( lº(¬ -nº ¬i ¬-·ii¤ ¬ºni r + ¤ ¬-·ii¤ ¬·nº n (INNERFED) ¬ ·i-
¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r + ¤r innerfed - ·¬ ¤·¬ -·- ¤i¬· ºi· l¬ ·i¬ - ¬ ·i-
¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r + ¤r ¤¬ ni ¤·i¤ ·i- r +
NSA, CIA, FBI, NASA n·ii ¤ ·º¬ lº¬( ¬il( l¬n·i ·ii ¬-·ii¤ r n·ii ¤ ·º¬ lº¬( ¬il( l¬n·i ·ii ¬-·ii¤ r n·ii ¤ ·º¬ lº¬( ¬il( l¬n·i ·ii ¬-·ii¤ r n·ii ¤ ·º¬ lº¬( ¬il( l¬n·i ·ii ¬-·ii¤ r
:·¬i ¬il·i ¬ ·¤(-·ii ri· · n - · ¬·iin ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ :·¬i ¬il·i ¬ ·¤(-·ii ri· · n - · ¬·iin ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ :·¬i ¬il·i ¬ ·¤(-·ii ri· · n - · ¬·iin ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ :·¬i ¬il·i ¬ ·¤(-·ii ri· · n - · ¬·iin ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬
rini r + rini r + rini r + rini r +
·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ºin· ÷ ·¤(¬i¤ ºin· ÷ ·¤(¬i¤ ºin· ÷ ·¤(¬i¤ ºin· ÷ ( ºi ¤ ºii¬· ¬ ¬-¤ ¬¤·i ¤º-
¬i-i ¤º ·ii+ ¬¬ ¬-¤ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i n ¬ ¬-¤·i ¬i·-i (ZAPATA OIL)
¬ ·i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini ·ii+ ¬· l(·i CIA ¬i ¬i · ·ii ¬i·-i (ZAPATA)
·ii+ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬i·¬iºi - CIA ¬ riºi :-i- ªi - ·i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( ¤
n¤ + ªi - ·i · ¬ s º¬- ni ·i¬º - ¤ ¬i: n·ii ¬l·i¬i ºi º¬- -iºl¤·
n·ii rºi : · ¬ ª¤ - (i+ :¬¬ ¬ ( ·i - ¬i· l¬ n¬º ( :¬¬ ¬ ( ·i - ¬i· l¬ n¬º ( :¬¬ ¬ ( ·i - ¬i· l¬ n¬º ( :¬¬ ¬ ( ·i - ¬i· l¬ n¬º (Jean Ziegler) ) ) )
¬¤·i ¤¬ ¤-n¬ ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¤-n¬ ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¤-n¬ ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¤-n¬ “Switzerland Washes Whiter” - l¬ªin r ÷ - l¬ªin r ÷ - l¬ªin r ÷ - l¬ªin r ÷
“With the expert assistance of the Swiss maganates as well as some
discreet help from the swiss secret service, they delivered American and
Israeli weapons to the Imam Khomeini. The Imam paid for some of the
weaponry in dollars but for most of it in drugs (Morphine base and
heroin). The Godfather of Turkish and Lebanese network installed in
Zurich turned the drugs into cash on the international Market. After
taking their cut of the profit the Godfather deposited the remainder in
numbered accounts that had been opened in the main banks and financial
institutions of Geneva and Zurich.”
:¬¬i ¬·i ¤r rini r l¬ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬(-¤ ¬iº ¬¬iº ¬
¬i- ¬i(l-¤i ¬i ·ºi ¬i ¬i(n ·i¬¬º ¬¤·i ºii¬· ¬i¤- ¬º· ¬i
·i· ¤¤ ¬º ºr r + :¬ ·i· ¤¤ - :¬i: ·iil- ¬ n ª ·ii ºiil-¬ r + :¬¬ :¬ ·i· ¤¤ - :¬i: ·iil- ¬ n ª ·ii ºiil-¬ r + :¬¬ :¬ ·i· ¤¤ - :¬i: ·iil- ¬ n ª ·ii ºiil-¬ r + :¬¬ :¬ ·i· ¤¤ - :¬i: ·iil- ¬ n ª ·ii ºiil-¬ r + :¬¬
¤ -iºi l-¬n r l¬ ¬i¤ l(·i¤ ¬i¤ ¬ ·-º(ºi ¬ ¤ -iºi l-¬n r l¬ ¬i¤ l(·i¤ ¬i¤ ¬ ·-º(ºi ¬ ¤ -iºi l-¬n r l¬ ¬i¤ l(·i¤ ¬i¤ ¬ ·-º(ºi ¬ ¤ -iºi l-¬n r l¬ ¬i¤ l(·i¤ ¬i¤ ¬ ·-º(ºi ¬i l(º(i¬¤i¤ i l(º(i¬¤i¤ i l(º(i¬¤i¤ i l(º(i¬¤i¤ ·¤l·n -ºi( - ·¤l·n -ºi( - ·¤l·n -ºi( - ·¤l·n -ºi( -
( (( (Terrywate) ¬·¬i ¬r-ln ¬ ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · - ºiil-¬ ·ii+ ) ¬·¬i ¬r-ln ¬ ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · - ºiil-¬ ·ii+ ) ¬·¬i ¬r-ln ¬ ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · - ºiil-¬ ·ii+ ) ¬·¬i ¬r-ln ¬ ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · - ºiil-¬ ·ii+
:ºi· - ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( ¬º ¬¬¬ ((¬ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·i ¬ · ¬ :ºi· - ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( ¬º ¬¬¬ ((¬ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·i ¬ · ¬ :ºi· - ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( ¬º ¬¬¬ ((¬ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·i ¬ · ¬ :ºi· - ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( ¬º ¬¬¬ ((¬ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·i ¬ · ¬
l(·i¤ - ¬i ¬ ( ºi · -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri l¬ r- ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · l(·i¤ - ¬i ¬ ( ºi · -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri l¬ r- ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · l(·i¤ - ¬i ¬ ( ºi · -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri l¬ r- ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( · l(·i¤ - ¬i ¬ ( ºi · -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri l¬ r- ¬in ¬(il(¤i ¬i rl·i¤iº ( ·
- - - - ¤ºi ¬i-n ¬ ºr r + ¤ºi ¬i-n ¬ ºr r + ¤ºi ¬i-n ¬ ºr r + ¤ºi ¬i-n ¬ ºr r + ¬·¬ ¬i·i ¬i : lº¤i¤n ·ri ¬ºn +
¤i (r (·i n¬ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬··º(~· ·i · ¬ºi ·i ( ¤i (r (·i n¬ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬··º(~· ·i · ¬ºi ·i ( ¤i (r (·i n¬ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬··º(~· ·i · ¬ºi ·i ( ¤i (r (·i n¬ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬··º(~· ·i · ¬ºi ·i (Don Aronow) ¬ ) ¬ ) ¬ ) ¬
l-¤ni ºri+ ¬ ( ·i l-¤ni ºri+ ¬ ( ·i l-¤ni ºri+ ¬ ( ·i l-¤ni ºri+ ¬ ( ·i Meyor Lansky Crime Syndicate ¬ ºri r + ¤r ¬-·ii ¬ ºri r + ¤r ¬-·ii ¬ ºri r + ¤r ¬-·ii ¬ ºri r + ¤r ¬-·ii
·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬ºini ºri r + ¤r ¬-¤·i ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬ºini ºri r + ¤r ¬-¤·i ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬ºini ºri r + ¤r ¬-¤·i ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬ºini ºri r + ¤r ¬-¤·i CIA
¬ riºi (·i: n¤i ·ii+ ¬ riºi (·i: n¤i ·ii+ ¬ riºi (·i: n¤i ·ii+ ¬ riºi (·i: n¤i ·ii+ ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i Zapata Oil Co. - ¬- ( ¬ ºi-n ¬
·ºii¬ ¤(i·i ¬ n lrn l¬¤ ¬in ·i (ri ( ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ·i ¬ ¬in ·i +
¤ l¬l¤ ¬ ¬i ¤ · ·i- ¬i ¬-¤·i ¬ ¬ri¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ¬i· ÷¬ ¬i· ¤ l¬l¤ ¬ ¬i ¤ · ·i- ¬i ¬-¤·i ¬ ¬ri¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ¬i· ÷¬ ¬i· ¤ l¬l¤ ¬ ¬i ¤ · ·i- ¬i ¬-¤·i ¬ ¬ri¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ¬i· ÷¬ ¬i· ¤ l¬l¤ ¬ ¬i ¤ · ·i- ¬i ¬-¤·i ¬ ¬ri¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i ¬i· ÷¬ ¬i·
¬i ¬i- ¬º ºr r + ¬i ¬i- ¬º ºr r + ¬i ¬i- ¬º ºr r + ¬i ¬i- ¬º ºr r +
ºi¬·· - ºi¬·· - ºi¬·· - ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ni· ¬iººi ¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ni· ¬iººi ¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ni· ¬iººi ¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ni· ¬iººi ¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤
¬ ¬ ·i r ÷ ¬ ¬ ·i r ÷ ¬ ¬ ·i r ÷ ¬ ¬ ·i r ÷
·. :¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬i :n·i ·i· l-¬ni r l¬ ¬¬¬i ¬~¤·i
·ri ¬i ¬i ¬¬ni+ ¬º(i ·i¬º ¤ ln(·i + :¬ ·i· ¬ ¬¤· ¬ª º¤ ¬i :¬ ·i· ¬ ¬¤· ¬ª º¤ ¬i :¬ ·i· ¬ ¬¤· ¬ª º¤ ¬i :¬ ·i· ¬ ¬¤· ¬ª º¤ ¬i
¤ ln - (i·i¬ ¤ ·i r : ¬º¬iºi ¬i lnºi¤i ¬ini r n·ii ¬i- ¤ ln - (i·i¬ ¤ ·i r : ¬º¬iºi ¬i lnºi¤i ¬ini r n·ii ¬i- ¤ ln - (i·i¬ ¤ ·i r : ¬º¬iºi ¬i lnºi¤i ¬ini r n·ii ¬i- ¤ ln - (i·i¬ ¤ ·i r : ¬º¬iºi ¬i lnºi¤i ¬ini r n·ii ¬i- ¬·ni - ¬·ni - ¬·ni - ¬·ni -
¬·i¬÷¤ ·i¬ -¤i: ¬i ¬¬ni r + ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬-i¤ ¬·i¬÷¤ ·i¬ -¤i: ¬i ¬¬ni r + ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬-i¤ ¬·i¬÷¤ ·i¬ -¤i: ¬i ¬¬ni r + ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬-i¤ ¬·i¬÷¤ ·i¬ -¤i: ¬i ¬¬ni r + ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬-i¤
·i· ¬i ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬i·i ¬i : ¬ ( ·i ·ri ºrni+ :¬¬i ( ·iil·¬ lr¬i( ·i· ¬i ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬i·i ¬i : ¬ ( ·i ·ri ºrni+ :¬¬i ( ·iil·¬ lr¬i( ·i· ¬i ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬i·i ¬i : ¬ ( ·i ·ri ºrni+ :¬¬i ( ·iil·¬ lr¬i( ·i· ¬i ¬º¬iº ¬ ¬i·i ¬i : ¬ ( ·i ·ri ºrni+ :¬¬i ( ·iil·¬ lr¬i(
·ii ·ri ºªi·i ¤·ni+ ·ii ·ri ºªi·i ¤·ni+ ·ii ·ri ºªi·i ¤·ni+ ·ii ·ri ºªi·i ¤·ni+
z. ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬-i¬ - :·¬ l(ª- ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬i
¬(¬º l-¬ni r + ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¤ ¤i n ¬ ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i ¬ ¤ ¤i n ¬ ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i ¬ ¤ ¤i n ¬ ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i ¬ ¤ ¤i n ¬ ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i
¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº ¤ ª·ii·i ·iiºi ri · ¬nni r ¤lººii--(ª¤ ·ºii¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº ¤ ª·ii·i ·iiºi ri · ¬nni r ¤lººii--(ª¤ ·ºii¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº ¤ ª·ii·i ·iiºi ri · ¬nni r ¤lººii--(ª¤ ·ºii¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº ¤ ª·ii·i ·iiºi ri · ¬nni r ¤lººii--(ª¤ ·ºii¬
¤(i·ii ¬ l(ª- ¤¬ (ini(ººi (·ni r + ¤(i·ii ¬ l(ª- ¤¬ (ini(ººi (·ni r + ¤(i·ii ¬ l(ª- ¤¬ (ini(ººi (·ni r + ¤(i·ii ¬ l(ª- ¤¬ (ini(ººi (·ni r + :¬¬ - l·n l(¬i· ¬ l¬¤
¬i-il¬¬ ¬i(· - (ªi ¬ ( · ¬ ¬(¬º ¬-¤·· rin r + :¬¬ ·ºii
l·(iººi ¬i¤ ¬- ¬ riºi l·(iººi ¬º· (i¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¤ ln ¬i-·ii ¤ (i
rini r + ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¬ ¬i
·i·i¬ · l¬¤i r ¬¬- ¬ ·ii · ·i· ¬i ¬· (i· ( ¬º ·ºii l·(iººi
¬-·ii¤ ¬-i¬ ¬(i ¬ ·i¤ - -·iil¤n ¬i ¬ini r + :· ¬-·ii¬i ¬
-i¤n ¬i-il¬¬ ¬i(· - ¬ ·(i¤ ¬º¬iº ¬ (ªi¬ ¬i ¬i l¤-¤ -·iil¤n
l¬¤i ¬i ¬¬ni r +
:. ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬i ¤-¬i l¬¬ ( ºi ¬ ¤(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬n ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬i ¤-¬i l¬¬ ( ºi ¬ ¤(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬n ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬i ¤-¬i l¬¬ ( ºi ¬ ¤(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬n ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬i ¤-¬i l¬¬ ( ºi ¬ ¤(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬n
¬i¤ ni ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i · ln¬ ºil·n ·iiºi ri · ¬n ni n·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i¤ ni ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i · ln¬ ºil·n ·iiºi ri · ¬n ni n·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i¤ ni ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i · ln¬ ºil·n ·iiºi ri · ¬n ni n·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬i¤ ni ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i · ln¬ ºil·n ·iiºi ri · ¬n ni n·ii ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii
¬i ·¤(¬i¤ (« ni+ ¬l·i¬ ¬i-(·i ¬ ¬i¬¤ - ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ (« ni+ ¬l·i¬ ¬i-(·i ¬ ¬i¬¤ - ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ (« ni+ ¬l·i¬ ¬i-(·i ¬ ¬i¬¤ - ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ (« ni+ ¬l·i¬ ¬i-(·i ¬ ¬i¬¤ - ¬¬ ( ºi ¬i ¬º¬iº ·ii ¬º¬iº ·ii ¬º¬iº ·ii ¬º¬iº ·ii
·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ªl¤ ¬ ni ni ( ºi - ¬º¬iº ¬ l(ª- ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ªl¤ ¬ ni ni ( ºi - ¬º¬iº ¬ l(ª- ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ªl¤ ¬ ni ni ( ºi - ¬º¬iº ¬ l(ª- ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ªl¤ ¬ ni ni ( ºi - ¬º¬iº ¬ l(ª-
(ini(ººi (·i¤i ¬i ¬¬ ni+ :¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i (ini(ººi (·i¤i ¬i ¬¬ ni+ :¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i (ini(ººi (·i¤i ¬i ¬¬ ni+ :¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i (ini(ººi (·i¤i ¬i ¬¬ ni+ :¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i
(¬ l-¬ ni+ (¬ l-¬ ni+ (¬ l-¬ ni+ (¬ l-¬ ni+
·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ - CIA n·ii ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¤ºi nºr ¬ ¬ l¬·n r + n·ii ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¤ºi nºr ¬ ¬ l¬·n r + n·ii ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¤ºi nºr ¬ ¬ l¬·n r + n·ii ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¤ºi nºr ¬ ¬ l¬·n r +
¬i ¬ ( ºi n ¬ (¤ - i l¬¤- ¬i ¤¬) ¬i ·¤(¬i¤i r + :¬¬i ·i¤n ¬º(
( ºii ¬ n ¬ ¤º ºrni r + ( ºi ¬i ·iln ¤r r l¬ n ¬ ¬-¤i(· ¬º· (i¬ ( ºi ¬i ·iln ¤r r l¬ n ¬ ¬-¤i(· ¬º· (i¬ ( ºi ¬i ·iln ¤r r l¬ n ¬ ¬-¤i(· ¬º· (i¬ ( ºi ¬i ·iln ¤r r l¬ n ¬ ¬-¤i(· ¬º· (i¬
¬º( ( ºii - ¬i¤¬i ¬ ·i·i ºr ni ni ¬¬¬i ¬i·i n ¬ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i l-¬ ni+ ¬º( ( ºii - ¬i¤¬i ¬ ·i·i ºr ni ni ¬¬¬i ¬i·i n ¬ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i l-¬ ni+ ¬º( ( ºii - ¬i¤¬i ¬ ·i·i ºr ni ni ¬¬¬i ¬i·i n ¬ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i l-¬ ni+ ¬º( ( ºii - ¬i¤¬i ¬ ·i·i ºr ni ni ¬¬¬i ¬i·i n ¬ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i l-¬ ni+
:¬i ·iln ¬i ¬i¤i l·(n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n~¤ ( ºii ¬ ¬i¤¬ - ¬· · ¬i :¬i ·iln ¬i ¬i¤i l·(n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n~¤ ( ºii ¬ ¬i¤¬ - ¬· · ¬i :¬i ·iln ¬i ¬i¤i l·(n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n~¤ ( ºii ¬ ¬i¤¬ - ¬· · ¬i :¬i ·iln ¬i ¬i¤i l·(n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n~¤ ( ºii ¬ ¬i¤¬ - ¬· · ¬i
¤i ¤i ¤i ¤i ¬·i (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·i (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·i (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·i (·i¤i n¤i ·ii+
¬ ¬i: ·ssa - ¬ ¬i--º ri¬¬ ¬ ·· - ¤¬ ( -¬ ¬ ¬i: ·ssa - ¬ ¬i--º ri¬¬ ¬ ·· - ¤¬ ( -¬ ¬ ¬i: ·ssa - ¬ ¬i--º ri¬¬ ¬ ·· - ¤¬ ( -¬ ¬ ¬i: ·ssa - ¬ ¬i--º ri¬¬ ¬ ·· - ¤¬ ( -¬ NATO ¬ ¬ ¬ -ºi ¬ ¬ ¬ -ºi ¬ ¬ ¬ -ºi ¬ ¬ ¬ -ºi
-·¤· (iº·º ¬i ¬·¤·ini - ( ¬i: n¤i+ -·¤· (iº·º (l(~·º(n ) ºi¬·· -·¤· (iº·º ¬i ¬·¤·ini - ( ¬i: n¤i+ -·¤· (iº·º (l(~·º(n ) ºi¬·· -·¤· (iº·º ¬i ¬·¤·ini - ( ¬i: n¤i+ -·¤· (iº·º (l(~·º(n ) ºi¬·· -·¤· (iº·º ¬i ¬·¤·ini - ( ¬i: n¤i+ -·¤· (iº·º (l(~·º(n ) ºi¬··
- l(¬ ¬i ¬·nº n ¬(-¤ r + :¬ ( -¬ - ¬ (· l··¬º ºi· ¬ ¬·nnn ¤r - l(¬ ¬i ¬·nº n ¬(-¤ r + :¬ ( -¬ - ¬ (· l··¬º ºi· ¬ ¬·nnn ¤r - l(¬ ¬i ¬·nº n ¬(-¤ r + :¬ ( -¬ - ¬ (· l··¬º ºi· ¬ ¬·nnn ¤r - l(¬ ¬i ¬·nº n ¬(-¤ r + :¬ ( -¬ - ¬ (· l··¬º ºi· ¬ ¬·nnn ¤r
l·ºi ¤ r ¬i nil¬ l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ·i l- l·ºi ¤ r ¬i nil¬ l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ·i l- l·ºi ¤ r ¬i nil¬ l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ·i l- l·ºi ¤ r ¬i nil¬ l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ·i l-¬i (· ¬¬ + ¬i (· ¬¬ + ¬i (· ¬¬ + ¬i (· ¬¬ +
¬ªi- r¬ · ¬iº ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i nrºi l-¤ni ·ii+ ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬iº ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i nrºi l-¤ni ·ii+ ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬iº ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i nrºi l-¤ni ·ii+ ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬iº ¬i ¬ ( ºi ¬i nrºi l-¤ni ·ii+ CIA ¬i -(( ¬ (i·i ¬i -(( ¬ (i·i ¬i -(( ¬ (i·i ¬i -(( ¬ (i·i
¤i-i ¤i-i ¤i-i ¤i-i (BAATH PARTY) ¬i ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ·scs - ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬i :ºi¬ ¬i ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ·scs - ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬i :ºi¬ ¬i ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ·scs - ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬i :ºi¬ ¬i ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ·scs - ¬ªi- r¬ · ¬i :ºi¬
¬i l··- -º (·(i¤i ·ii+ ¬¬i ( ºi · ¬ªi- ¬i ¤i¬i ¬ nªn ¤º ¬-¬(i ¬i l··- -º (·(i¤i ·ii+ ¬¬i ( ºi · ¬ªi- ¬i ¤i¬i ¬ nªn ¤º ¬-¬(i ¬i l··- -º (·(i¤i ·ii+ ¬¬i ( ºi · ¬ªi- ¬i ¤i¬i ¬ nªn ¤º ¬-¬(i ¬i l··- -º (·(i¤i ·ii+ ¬¬i ( ºi · ¬ªi- ¬i ¤i¬i ¬ nªn ¤º ¬-¬(i
¬º -º(i ·i¬i+ :· ·i-·i¬i ¬ l¬- rini r l¬ ¬º -º(i ·i¬i+ :· ·i-·i¬i ¬ l¬- rini r l¬ ¬º -º(i ·i¬i+ :· ·i-·i¬i ¬ l¬- rini r l¬ ¬º -º(i ·i¬i+ :· ·i-·i¬i ¬ l¬- rini r l¬ ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ l(º( - ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ l(º( - ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ l(º( - ni ¬ - ¬ ¬- (i¤ l(º( -
¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i¬º ¬¤·i l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬i¤- ¬º·i ¤irni r + ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i¬º ¬¤·i l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬i¤- ¬º·i ¤irni r + ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i¬º ¬¤·i l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬i¤- ¬º·i ¤irni r + ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i¬º ¬¤·i l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬i¤- ¬º·i ¤irni r +
ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ·i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r ¤r ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ·i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r ¤r ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ·i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r ¤r ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ·i- ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r ¤r
¬- (i¤ ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ -i ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬i («i(i ( ¬º l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬- (i¤ ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ -i ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬i («i(i ( ¬º l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬- (i¤ ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ -i ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬i («i(i ( ¬º l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i ¬- (i¤ ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ -i ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬i («i(i ( ¬º l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i
¬~¤·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º·i ¤irni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ - ¬~¤·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º·i ¤irni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ - ¬~¤·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º·i ¤irni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ - ¬~¤·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º·i ¤irni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ - ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ . .. .¤¬ n·ii l( - · - ª¤ ¤¬ n·ii l( - · - ª¤ ¤¬ n·ii l( - · - ª¤ ¤¬ n·ii l( - · - ª¤
r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ · :ºi·÷:ºi¬ ¤ - (i l-·¤i ¬ ·i·i :ºi¬÷¬(n ¤ - ¬ºi¤i r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ · :ºi·÷:ºi¬ ¤ - (i l-·¤i ¬ ·i·i :ºi¬÷¬(n ¤ - ¬ºi¤i r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ · :ºi·÷:ºi¬ ¤ - (i l-·¤i ¬ ·i·i :ºi¬÷¬(n ¤ - ¬ºi¤i r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ · :ºi·÷:ºi¬ ¤ - (i l-·¤i ¬ ·i·i :ºi¬÷¬(n ¤ - ¬ºi¤i
n·i ¤il¬-ni· ¬iº ·iiºn ¬(¬i ¤ - ¬i-ni (ni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i -i·¤ni n·i ¤il¬-ni· ¬iº ·iiºn ¬(¬i ¤ - ¬i-ni (ni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i -i·¤ni n·i ¤il¬-ni· ¬iº ·iiºn ¬(¬i ¤ - ¬i-ni (ni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i -i·¤ni n·i ¤il¬-ni· ¬iº ·iiºn ¬(¬i ¤ - ¬i-ni (ni r + :¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i -i·¤ni
¤r r l¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬ ¬i ¬in ¬ ¤ (i ri ni ¬¬¬ ¬i-·ii· ¬ l¬¤ ¤r r l¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬ ¬i ¬in ¬ ¤ (i ri ni ¬¬¬ ¬i-·ii· ¬ l¬¤ ¤r r l¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬ ¬i ¬in ¬ ¤ (i ri ni ¬¬¬ ¬i-·ii· ¬ l¬¤ ¤r r l¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬ ¬i ¬in ¬ ¤ (i ri ni ¬¬¬ ¬i-·ii· ¬ l¬¤
¬ ·i ¤ l¬¬ n· ¬ ·i ¤ l¬¬ n· ¬ ·i ¤ l¬¬ n· ¬ ·i ¤ l¬¬ n·ii rl·i¤iºi ¬ l¬¤ ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i -i·l¬¬ni ¬· ¬ ¬ rini ii rl·i¤iºi ¬ l¬¤ ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i -i·l¬¬ni ¬· ¬ ¬ rini ii rl·i¤iºi ¬ l¬¤ ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i -i·l¬¬ni ¬· ¬ ¬ rini ii rl·i¤iºi ¬ l¬¤ ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i -i·l¬¬ni ¬· ¬ ¬ rini
¬i¤ ni+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ ºi·¤ ¬ ¬i¬¤ ¬i -i n (« ni n·ii l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬ ¬i¤ ni+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ ºi·¤ ¬ ¬i¬¤ ¬i -i n (« ni n·ii l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬ ¬i¤ ni+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ ºi·¤ ¬ ¬i¬¤ ¬i -i n (« ni n·ii l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬ ¬i¤ ni+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ ºi·¤ ¬ ¬i¬¤ ¬i -i n (« ni n·ii l··- -ºlºi¤ ¬
l¬¤ ¬-·i · l-¬ ni+ l¬¤ ¬-·i · l-¬ ni+ l¬¤ ¬-·i · l-¬ ni+ l¬¤ ¬-·i · l-¬ ni+
·i· ¤¤ ¬i ººi·iln ·i· ¤¤ ¬i ººi·iln ·i· ¤¤ ¬i ººi·iln ·i· ¤¤ ¬i ººi·iln
¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·i n·ii ¬in ¬ ¬il( ¬ riºi ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i n -ºir ¬º¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·i n·ii ¬in ¬ ¬il( ¬ riºi ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i n -ºir ¬º¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·i n·ii ¬in ¬ ¬il( ¬ riºi ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i n -ºir ¬º¬ ¤ - ¬iº ¬¤ºi·i n·ii ¬in ¬ ¬il( ¬ riºi ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬i n -ºir ¬º¬
¬·ni n·ii ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l ¬·ni n·ii ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l ¬·ni n·ii ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l ¬·ni n·ii ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ·¤i· - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬ r-i¤i ¬i ¬¬ni ·n¤i ¬i ·¤i· - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬ r-i¤i ¬i ¬¬ni ·n¤i ¬i ·¤i· - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬ r-i¤i ¬i ¬¬ni ·n¤i ¬i ·¤i· - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬ r-i¤i ¬i ¬¬ni
r + :¬il¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ·iln (·i: r l¬ ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¤ r + :¬il¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ·iln (·i: r l¬ ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¤ r + :¬il¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ·iln (·i: r l¬ ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¤ r + :¬il¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i ·iln (·i: r l¬ ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¤
¤ (i ¬ºn ºri nil¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬i nº¤ l¬¬i ¬i ·¤i· · ¬i( + ¬i·i ri ¤ (i ¬ºn ºri nil¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬i nº¤ l¬¬i ¬i ·¤i· · ¬i( + ¬i·i ri ¤ (i ¬ºn ºri nil¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬i nº¤ l¬¬i ¬i ·¤i· · ¬i( + ¬i·i ri ¤ (i ¬ºn ºri nil¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i ¬i nº¤ l¬¬i ¬i ·¤i· · ¬i( + ¬i·i ri
:· ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ¬-i·ii· rn ¬i ¬ ¬~¤iºi n·ii l(¬i¬ ¬ ·i- :· ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ¬-i·ii· rn ¬i ¬ ¬~¤iºi n·ii l(¬i¬ ¬ ·i- :· ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ¬-i·ii· rn ¬i ¬ ¬~¤iºi n·ii l(¬i¬ ¬ ·i- :· ni-¬il¬¬ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ¬-i·ii· rn ¬i ¬ ¬~¤iºi n·ii l(¬i¬ ¬ ·i-
¤º ¬ s ¤º ¬ s ¤º ¬ s ¤º ¬ s ·i· ( ¬º ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬·ni ¬i ¬ (i - ¬ni¤ ºri + ·i· ( ¬º ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬·ni ¬i ¬(i - ¬ni¤ ºri + ·i· ( ¬º ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬·ni ¬i ¬(i - ¬ni¤ ºri + ·i· ( ¬º ¬( (·ºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬·ni ¬i ¬(i - ¬ni¤ ºri +
:¬ ·iln ¬ ¬·¬º ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¤ºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ln(·i ¬º(i :¬ ·iln ¬ ¬·¬º ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¤ºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ln(·i ¬º(i :¬ ·iln ¬ ¬·¬º ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¤ºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ln(·i ¬º(i :¬ ·iln ¬ ¬·¬º ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¤ºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ln(·i ¬º(i
·i ¬º ªi¤ ¬º¬ ¬· ¬(i ¬iº ¬· lºi·iºi ¬·i·(i ¬· ¬il( ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i ·i ¬º ªi¤ ¬º¬ ¬· ¬(i ¬iº ¬· lºi·iºi ¬·i·(i ¬· ¬il( ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i ·i ¬º ªi¤ ¬º¬ ¬· ¬(i ¬iº ¬· lºi·iºi ¬·i·(i ¬· ¬il( ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i ·i ¬º ªi¤ ¬º¬ ¬· ¬(i ¬iº ¬· lºi·iºi ¬·i·(i ¬· ¬il( ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬i
¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ NGO ·i- ¬i ¤¬ ¤ ¬iln ªi·i ¬º ( ·i- ¬i ¤¬ ¤ ¬iln ªi·i ¬º ( ·i- ¬i ¤¬ ¤ ¬iln ªi·i ¬º ( ·i- ¬i ¤¬ ¤ ¬iln ªi·i ¬º (i r + i r + i r + i r +
ºi¬·iln¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬iº ¬i-¤ (il¤¬ ·i¤ - ¬in ¬ ¤ ¬i· (i¬ n·ii ºi¬·iln¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬iº ¬i-¤ (il¤¬ ·i¤ - ¬in ¬ ¤ ¬i· (i¬ n·ii ºi¬·iln¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬iº ¬i-¤ (il¤¬ ·i¤ - ¬in ¬ ¤ ¬i· (i¬ n·ii ºi¬·iln¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬iº ¬i-¤ (il¤¬ ·i¤ - ¬in ¬ ¤ ¬i· (i¬ n·ii
¬·¤ ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i· (i¬ ¬i¤ ¬- ¬i ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬il·i ¬ ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ¬·¤ ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i· (i¬ ¬i¤ ¬- ¬i ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬il·i ¬ ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ¬·¤ ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i· (i¬ ¬i¤ ¬- ¬i ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬il·i ¬ ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º ¬·¤ ¬ºiil·n ¤ ¬i· (i¬ ¬i¤ ¬- ¬i ºi-¤i-¤ n·ii ¬il·i ¬ ¬ri¤ni ( ¬º
- ª¤ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ·¤i· r-i· ¬i ¬i¤ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ (·i ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ·¤i· r-i· ¬i ¬i¤ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ (·i ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ·¤i· r-i· ¬i ¬i¤ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ (·i ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ - ª¤ ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ·¤i· r-i· ¬i ¬i¤ l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ (·i ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬
¬º ºri r + ¬º ºri r + ¬º ºri r + ¬º ºri r +
¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ·i- ¬i ¬-·ii ¬i n ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ·i- ¬i ¬-·ii ¬i n ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ·i- ¬i ¬-·ii ¬i n ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ·i- ¬i ¬-·ii ¬i n ¬i ¬ l(-niº ri ºri r + ¤ ·i:- · ¬i ¬ l(-niº ri ºri r + ¤ ·i:- · ¬i ¬ l(-niº ri ºri r + ¤ ·i:- · ¬i ¬ l(-niº ri ºri r + ¤ ·i:- ·
· ºi¬ · ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ ¬i ¤ ·iil(n ¬º· (i¬i ( lº(¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬i¬ · ºi¬ · ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ ¬i ¤ ·iil(n ¬º· (i¬i ( lº(¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬i¬ · ºi¬ · ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ ¬i ¤ ·iil(n ¬º· (i¬i ( lº(¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬i¬ · ºi¬ · ¬i(· ¬ rº ·i¤ ¬i ¤ ·iil(n ¬º· (i¬i ( lº(¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬i¬
¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ¬i l(¤i r + -(i-·¤ ¬ l·i lºi·ii ¬-¬ ln l(ni· ·i- ( ¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ¬i l(¤i r + -(i-·¤ ¬ l·i lºi·ii ¬-¬ ln l(ni· ·i- ( ¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ¬i l(¤i r + -(i-·¤ ¬ l·i lºi·ii ¬-¬ ln l(ni· ·i- ( ¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¤ ¬i l(¤i r + -(i-·¤ ¬ l·i lºi·ii ¬-¬ ln l(ni· ·i- ( ¬
¤¤i(ººi ¬·i ºi¬·iln ¬il( ¬·ii l(·i¤i ¬ ¬ ( l·in ¬--¤i¬i ¤¤i(ººi ¬·i ºi¬·iln ¬il( ¬·ii l(·i¤i ¬ ¬ ( l·in ¬--¤i¬i ¤¤i(ººi ¬·i ºi¬·iln ¬il( ¬·ii l(·i¤i ¬ ¬ ( l·in ¬--¤i¬i ¤¤i(ººi ¬·i ºi¬·iln ¬il( ¬·ii l(·i¤i ¬ ¬ ( l·in ¬--¤i¬i ¬ ¬-i·ii· ¬ ¬-i·ii· ¬ ¬-i·ii· ¬ ¬-i·ii·
rn ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬-·ii ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ·¤l·n rn ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬-·ii ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ·¤l·n rn ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬-·ii ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ·¤l·n rn ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬-·ii ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ·¤l·n
¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ ¬ · r ( ¬-nn r l¬ ( ¬-i¬ lrn ¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ ¬ · r ( ¬-nn r l¬ ( ¬-i¬ lrn ¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ ¬ · r ( ¬-nn r l¬ ( ¬-i¬ lrn ¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ ¬ · r ( ¬-nn r l¬ ( ¬-i¬ lrn ¬
l¬¤ ¬i¤ ¬º ºr r + ( ¤r ·ri ¬i·n l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ªi ¬ - l¬¤ ¬i¤ ¬º ºr r + ( ¤r ·ri ¬i·n l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ªi ¬ - l¬¤ ¬i¤ ¬º ºr r + ( ¤r ·ri ¬i·n l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ªi ¬ - l¬¤ ¬i¤ ¬º ºr r + ( ¤r ·ri ¬i·n l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ªi ¬ -
¬·¬i ¬l-n-( -i¤ ¤¬ ¬-¤n¬i ¬·¬i ¬l-n-( -i¤ ¤¬ ¬-¤n¬i ¬·¬i ¬l-n-( -i¤ ¤¬ ¬-¤n¬i ¬·¬i ¬l-n-( -i¤ ¤¬ ¬-¤n¬i ¬¬i r + :¬ ¬-·ii ¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬¬i r + :¬ ¬-·ii ¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬¬i r + :¬ ¬-·ii ¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬¬i r + :¬ ¬-·ii ¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤
¤( ¬ ¤is ls¤i r + :¬¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i ¤( ¬ ¤is ls¤i r + :¬¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i ¤( ¬ ¤is ls¤i r + :¬¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i ¤( ¬ ¤is ls¤i r + :¬¬i (i-nl(¬ ¬ª º¤ ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i
l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· ¬i r + ¬·ni n-(i ¤iºi l¤¤· l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· ¬i r + ¬·ni n-(i ¤iºi l¤¤· l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· ¬i r + ¬·ni n-(i ¤iºi l¤¤· l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· ¬i r + ¬·ni n-(i ¤iºi l¤¤·
¤ l·¤· ¬i l¬ ¬·ii n¬ ¤¬ ·i ¬·i ¬ ¤i ¬¬i ¬-·ii r ¬¬¬ ¬·nnn ¤ l·¤· ¬i l¬ ¬·ii n¬ ¤¬ ·i ¬·i ¬ ¤i ¬¬i ¬-·ii r ¬¬¬ ¬·nnn ¤ l·¤· ¬i l¬ ¬·ii n¬ ¤¬ ·i ¬·i ¬ ¤i ¬¬i ¬-·ii r ¬¬¬ ¬·nnn ¤ l·¤· ¬i l¬ ¬·ii n¬ ¤¬ ·i ¬·i ¬ ¤i ¬¬i ¬-·ii r ¬¬¬ ¬·nnn
¬ ·(i¤ ¬Ÿii n·ii ¬ ·(i ¬ ·(i¤ ¬Ÿii n·ii ¬ ·(i ¬ ·(i¤ ¬Ÿii n·ii ¬ ·(i ¬ ·(i¤ ¬Ÿii n·ii ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬ ·i( (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬ ·i( (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬ ·i( (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬ ·i( (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬
¬i ¬º·i r + ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤il¬ ¤i- - ¬ ¬·¤·i ·¬i¬ r ·¬¤ ( ¬i ¬º·i r + ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤il¬ ¤i- - ¬ ¬·¤·i ·¬i¬ r ·¬¤ ( ¬i ¬º·i r + ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤il¬ ¤i- - ¬ ¬·¤·i ·¬i¬ r ·¬¤ ( ¬i ¬º·i r + ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤il¬ ¤i- - ¬ ¬·¤·i ·¬i¬ r ·¬¤ (Claus Hanch) ) ) )
· ¤iºi l¤¤· ·¤ ¬¤ ¤º - -: ·ssr - ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i · ¤iºi l¤¤· ·¤ ¬¤ ¤º - -: ·ssr - ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i · ¤iºi l¤¤· ·¤ ¬¤ ¤º - -: ·ssr - ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i · ¤iºi l¤¤· ·¤ ¬¤ ¤º - -: ·ssr - ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i
¤iºi l¤¤· ¤ l·¤· ¬ ¬i·i ·il··- ¬ ( ·i r + ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ ·(i¤ ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤ l·¤· ¬ ¬i·i ·il··- ¬ ( ·i r + ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ ·(i¤ ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤ l·¤· ¬ ¬i·i ·il··- ¬ ( ·i r + ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ ·(i¤ ¤iºi l¤¤· ¤ l·¤· ¬ ¬i·i ·il··- ¬ ( ·i r + ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi l·¤¤ºi l·¤¤ºi l·¤¤ºi
n·ii l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬ l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ni ¤ (i ¬º·i :¬¬i - ª¤ ¬i¤ r + l(º( n·ii l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬ l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ni ¤ (i ¬º·i :¬¬i - ª¤ ¬i¤ r + l(º( n·ii l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬ l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ni ¤ (i ¬º·i :¬¬i - ª¤ ¬i¤ r + l(º( n·ii l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬ l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ni ¤ (i ¬º·i :¬¬i - ª¤ ¬i¤ r + l(º(
¬º¬iº l(º( ( ¬ l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬ l¬¤ ¤lºl-·iln ¬º¬iº l(º( ( ¬ l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬ l¬¤ ¤lºl-·iln ¬º¬iº l(º( ( ¬ l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬ l¬¤ ¤lºl-·iln ¬º¬iº l(º( ( ¬ l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬ l¬¤ ¤lºl-·iln
l·-i ºi ¬º·i ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬i·nlº¬ ¬ª º¤ r + l·-i ºi ¬º·i ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬i·nlº¬ ¬ª º¤ r + l·-i ºi ¬º·i ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬i·nlº¬ ¬ª º¤ r + l·-i ºi ¬º·i ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬i·nlº¬ ¬ª º¤ r +
¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ( ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬i¤ ·iiº ÷·iiº ¬- ¬ ¬º ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ( ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬i¤ ·iiº ÷·iiº ¬- ¬ ¬º ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ( ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬i¤ ·iiº ÷·iiº ¬- ¬ ¬º ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi ( ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬i ¬i¤ ·iiº ÷·iiº ¬- ¬ ¬º·i r + ·i r + ·i r + ·i r +
·iiº ÷·iiº ºii ln¤( ¬ ni ¤·i¤ « n ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬ ¬i·iiº ·iiº ÷·iiº ºii ln¤( ¬ ni ¤·i¤ « n ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬ ¬i·iiº ·iiº ÷·iiº ºii ln¤( ¬ ni ¤·i¤ « n ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬ ¬i·iiº ·iiº ÷·iiº ºii ln¤( ¬ ni ¤·i¤ « n ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬ ¬i·iiº
¤º ¬i¤ ¤-ln (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ¬¤¬ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¤º ¬i¤ ¤-ln (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ¬¤¬ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¤º ¬i¤ ¤-ln (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ¬¤¬ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¤º ¬i¤ ¤-ln (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬ ¬i¤ ¬i ¬¤¬ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬
- i: ¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬¬ riºi ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ ¤iºi ¤ ¬iº - i: ¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬¬ riºi ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ ¤iºi ¤ ¬iº - i: ¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬¬ riºi ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ ¤iºi ¤ ¬iº - i: ¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· (·i¤i n¤i r + :¬¬ riºi ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ ¤iºi ¤ ¬iº
¬i¤i· ¬ ¬· l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬ ¤i ¬· ¬i¤i· ¬ ¬· l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬ ¤i ¬· ¬i¤i· ¬ ¬· l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬ ¤i ¬· ¬i¤i· ¬ ¬· l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ¬ ¤i ¬· ¬º·i r ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬i ¬º·i r ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬i ¬º·i r ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬i ¬º·i r ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬i
¤i ¬·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni (· + ¬i -· ( ~·i ¬ ·in¤( -¤i ¬º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni (· + ¬i -· ( ~·i ¬ ·in¤( -¤i ¬º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni (· + ¬i -· ( ~·i ¬ ·in¤( -¤i ¬º ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬i ¬i¬iº ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni (· + ¬i -· ( ~·i ¬ ·in¤( -¤i ¬º ¬i
(Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¬·(ºi ·ssr - :·-º· ºi·¬ ·(¬¤- - ¬i·¤¬ (ilºi n-· - (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¬·(ºi ·ssr - :·-º· ºi·¬ ·(¬¤- - ¬i·¤¬ (ilºi n-· - (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¬·(ºi ·ssr - :·-º· ºi·¬ ·(¬¤- - ¬i·¤¬ (ilºi n-· - (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¬·(ºi ·ssr - :·-º· ºi·¬ ·(¬¤- - ¬i·¤¬ (ilºi n-· -
¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬l·i¬iº l(¤i ¬i( l¬ (r ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬l·i¬iº l(¤i ¬i( l¬ (r ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬l·i¬iº l(¤i ¬i( l¬ (r ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬ri ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬l·i¬iº l(¤i ¬i( l¬ (r ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º
¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l ¬i¤ ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ( lº(¬ - ·¬ ¬ n r ¬º ¬¬ + ¬i·¤¬ · :¬ -i·¤ l¬¤i ¬¤ ( lº(¬ - ·¬ ¬ n r ¬º ¬¬ + ¬i·¤¬ · :¬ -i·¤ l¬¤i ¬¤ ( lº(¬ - ·¬ ¬ n r ¬º ¬¬ + ¬i·¤¬ · :¬ -i·¤ l¬¤i ¬¤ ( lº(¬ - ·¬ ¬ n r ¬º ¬¬ + ¬i·¤¬ · :¬ -i·¤ l¬¤i
·ii+ ·ii+ ·ii+ ·ii+
l¬·(i ( l-(- ¬º¬ º· ¬i ( -¬i - ¬i ºi-¤¬ ¬i ¬-iºi· ¬i · l¬·(i ( l-(- ¬º¬ º· ¬i ( -¬i - ¬i ºi-¤¬ ¬i ¬-iºi· ¬i · l¬·(i ( l-(- ¬º¬ º· ¬i ( -¬i - ¬i ºi-¤¬ ¬i ¬-iºi· ¬i · l¬·(i ( l-(- ¬º¬ º· ¬i ( -¬i - ¬i ºi-¤¬ ¬i ¬-iºi· ¬i ·
·¬i (¬ n(· - - ¬i ¬¤i·¤·i -·i ·in l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·ri · ¬ri ·ii l¬ ·¬i (¬ n(· - - ¬i ¬¤i·¤·i -·i ·in l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·ri · ¬ri ·ii l¬ ·¬i (¬ n(· - - ¬i ¬¤i·¤·i -·i ·in l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·ri · ¬ri ·ii l¬ ·¬i (¬ n(· - - ¬i ¬¤i·¤·i -·i ·in l¬¤i n¤i ·ii+ ¬·ri · ¬ri ·ii l¬
“One World Government” ¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º· ¬i ¬-¤ ¬i ºri r ·¤i l ¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º· ¬i ¬-¤ ¬i ºri r ·¤i l ¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º· ¬i ¬-¤ ¬i ºri r ·¤i l ¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º· ¬i ¬-¤ ¬i ºri r ·¤i l¬ ¬ ¬ ¬
r-¬i ¬( l(º( - :¬¬ l¬¤ ¤¤i ·n ¬-·i · l-¬ ºri r + r-¬i ¬( l(º( - :¬¬ l¬¤ ¤¤i ·n ¬-·i · l-¬ ºri r + r-¬i ¬( l(º( - :¬¬ l¬¤ ¤¤i ·n ¬-·i · l-¬ ºri r + r-¬i ¬( l(º( - :¬¬ l¬¤ ¤¤i ·n ¬-·i · l-¬ ºri r + ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬
¬i ¬·- ¬ · ¤i l¬-¬i - r ¬i ·ii+ :¬¬ ¬·-(ini¬i - ¬i¬ ¬ ~-¬
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n ¤iº ¬i ·ii+
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¬i(Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ¬·nnn ¬i(Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ¬·nnn ¬i(Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ¬·nnn ¬i(Ÿi ºi-¤¬ · ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ¬·nnn :¬i ·i l-¬ l¬·¤i lº-i :¬i ·i l-¬ l¬·¤i lº-i :¬i ·i l-¬ l¬·¤i lº-i :¬i ·i l-¬ l¬·¤i lº-i
¬i¬ l¬¬ ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ·iln¤i ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬-·ii ¬i¬ l¬¬ ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ·iln¤i ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬-·ii ¬i¬ l¬¬ ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ·iln¤i ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬-·ii ¬i¬ l¬¬ ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ·iln¤i ¬ l¬¤ ¤¬ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬-·ii
·ii l·in ¬º (i+ (~· ( ¬ :·-º· ºi·¬ -i l·-ºi ¤ · ( ·ii l·in ¬º (i+ (~· ( ¬ :·-º· ºi·¬ -i l·-ºi ¤ · ( ·ii l·in ¬º (i+ (~· ( ¬ :·-º· ºi·¬ -i l·-ºi ¤ · ( ·ii l·in ¬º (i+ (~· ( ¬ :·-º· ºi·¬ -i l·-ºi ¤ · (IMF) ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ) ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ) ¬in ·i:¬ ºi· ) ¬in ·i:¬ ºi·
¬i ¤ :¬i ·i l-¬ ¬i ¬i ¤º ºi· ¤ · ·(¬¤- - ( ¬i ¤ :¬i ·i l-¬ ¬i ¬i ¤º ºi· ¤ · ·(¬¤- - ( ¬i ¤ :¬i ·i l-¬ ¬i ¬i ¤º ºi· ¤ · ·(¬¤- - ( ¬i ¤ :¬i ·i l-¬ ¬i ¬i ¤º ºi· ¤ · ·(¬¤- - (OECD) ( ¬ ¬i ¤ :·-º· ºi·¬ ) ( ¬ ¬i ¤ :·-º· ºi·¬ ) ( ¬ ¬i ¤ :·-º· ºi·¬ ) ( ¬ ¬i ¤ :·-º· ºi·¬
¬ -¬- -¬ ·i- ¬i ¬ -¬- -¬ ·i- ¬i ¬ -¬- -¬ ·i- ¬i ¬ -¬- -¬ ·i- ¬i ¬-·ii¤ ¬il·i ¬ l··- -ºlºi¤ -·iil¤n ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni ¬-·ii¤ ¬il·i ¬ l··- -ºlºi¤ -·iil¤n ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni ¬-·ii¤ ¬il·i ¬ l··- -ºlºi¤ -·iil¤n ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni ¬-·ii¤ ¬il·i ¬ l··- -ºlºi¤ -·iil¤n ¬º· - ¬r¤i ni
¬i ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + ¬i ¬i¤ ¬º ºri r + :¬ «i ¤ ¬i ªi ¬ ª¤ - ºil·nºii¬i (·i· ¬ l¬¤
(~· - · ¬in ·i:¬ºi· (WTO) n·ii ¬·º¬ ¤ni- - ¬i · - · ¤ · - lº¤
(GATT) ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬i n¤i r + :· ¬( ¬-·ii¬i ¬ riºi ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º
¬i- ¬·ni ¬i ¬-i·(i¤ nºi¬i ¬ ·ii ºii ·iºi ¤iº ·i ri n¤i r + ¤ ¬-·ii¤ ¤ ¬-·ii¤ ¤ ¬-·ii¤ ¤ ¬-·ii¤
¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( n·ii ¬·nºi ·- i¤ - (i ¬ l¬¤ (ini(ººi (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( n·ii ¬·nºi ·- i¤ - (i ¬ l¬¤ (ini(ººi (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( n·ii ¬·nºi ·- i¤ - (i ¬ l¬¤ (ini(ººi (·i· ¬i ¬i¤ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( n·ii ¬·nºi ·- i¤ - (i ¬ l¬¤ (ini(ººi (·i· ¬i ¬i¤
¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ ¬º ºri r + :¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬ l(·i ni ¬i ¤¬i¤ ¤i l(·i ¤ - l¬¤ ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ ¬º ºri r + :¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬ l(·i ni ¬i ¤¬i¤ ¤i l(·i ¤ - l¬¤ ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ ¬º ºri r + :¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬ l(·i ni ¬i ¤¬i¤ ¤i l(·i ¤ - l¬¤ ¬¤¬ni¤( ¬ ¬º ºri r + :¬ ¤ l¬¤i ¬ l(·i ni ¬i ¤¬i¤ ¤i l(·i ¤ - l¬¤
¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬· nr ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬· nr ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬· nr ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬· nrºi ¬-ni ¤¬i ¬i ºri r + ºi ¬-ni ¤¬i ¬i ºri r + ºi ¬-ni ¤¬i ¬i ºri r + ºi ¬-ni ¤¬i ¬i ºri r +
:¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤ ¬i ¤ l¬¤i · ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬i- ¬i(-i n·ii :¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤ ¬i ¤ l¬¤i · ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬i- ¬i(-i n·ii :¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤ ¬i ¤ l¬¤i · ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬i- ¬i(-i n·ii :¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤ ¬i ¤ l¬¤i · ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ¬i- ¬i(-i n·ii
l(¬i¬ºii¬ ( l¤s· ( ºii ¬i ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i¬º nºi(i ¬iº ·i ªi-ºi ¬ n· « l(¬i¬ºii¬ ( l¤s· ( ºii ¬i ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i¬º nºi(i ¬iº ·i ªi-ºi ¬ n· « l(¬i¬ºii¬ ( l¤s· ( ºii ¬i ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i¬º nºi(i ¬iº ·i ªi-ºi ¬ n· « l(¬i¬ºii¬ ( l¤s· ( ºii ¬i ¤ºi(¬-(i (·i¬º nºi(i ¬iº ·i ªi-ºi ¬ n· «
- ni ¬ l(¤i r + ¬iº ¬¬iº - ·i· ¬ s ri ¬i ni ¬i ln¬iºi - ( ( ri ºri - ni ¬ l(¤i r + ¬iº ¬¬iº - ·i· ¬ s ri ¬i ni ¬i ln¬iºi - ( ( ri ºri - ni ¬ l(¤i r + ¬iº ¬¬iº - ·i· ¬ s ri ¬i ni ¬i ln¬iºi - ( ( ri ºri - ni ¬ l(¤i r + ¬iº ¬¬iº - ·i· ¬ s ri ¬i ni ¬i ln¬iºi - ( ( ri ºri
r + ¬i·i ri ·i r + ¬i·i ri ·i r + ¬i·i ri ·i r + ¬i·i ri ·i ·-i¤iº n·ii ¬· ln¬ nºi¬i ¬ ·i· ¬-i· ¬i («i(i l-¬ ºri ·-i¤iº n·ii ¬· ln¬ nºi¬i ¬ ·i· ¬-i· ¬i («i(i l-¬ ºri ·-i¤iº n·ii ¬· ln¬ nºi¬i ¬ ·i· ¬-i· ¬i («i(i l-¬ ºri ·-i¤iº n·ii ¬· ln¬ nºi¬i ¬ ·i· ¬-i· ¬i («i(i l-¬ ºri
r + r + r + r +
l(º( -nº ¤º ºi¬ · - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · ¬¤·i l(lºi·- ¬ ·i ¬i ¬ n-·
¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬ ¬·nnn ¬º·i ¤iº·i ¬º l(¤i r + ºii ln ¬ ·i ¬ ª¤ -
l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ª¤ l(¬l¬n ri ºri r + n~¤ ¤ - - ·ss· - ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬
¬ n · ¬ ¬i·i · -i ( ºii ¬ ¬r¤i n ¬ ºii ln ¬ ·i ¬i ¤iº ·i ri ¤ ¬i r +
¤ ·i:- · · ºi· ¬ -ri-¤i ·i. (nºi¬ ·ii¬i (Dr. Boutrus Gali) · ·ssz - ·ssz - ·ssz - ·ssz -
l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i ( -¬ - r ·ºi l¬l¬ nº ¬ ºi·(i ¬i ( rºin r ¤ ¬ri l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i ( -¬ - r ·ºi l¬l¬ nº ¬ ºi·(i ¬i ( rºin r ¤ ¬ri l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i ( -¬ - r ·ºi l¬l¬ nº ¬ ºi·(i ¬i ( rºin r ¤ ¬ri l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬i ( -¬ - r ·ºi l¬l¬ nº ¬ ºi·(i ¬i ( rºin r ¤ ¬ri
·ii l¬ ¤ ·i ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i ·ii l¬ ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¬ ·i ri ·i ¤ilr¤ l¬¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬· :- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¬ ·i ri ·i ¤ilr¤ l¬¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬· :- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¬ ·i ri ·i ¤ilr¤ l¬¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬· :- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤¬ ¬ ·i ri ·i ¤ilr¤ l¬¬¬i ¬ ¤i¬·
¬i·ii ¤ ¬i·ii ¤ ¬i·ii ¤ ¬i·ii ¤ . .. .¤· ¤· ¤· ¤·. .. . ¬ riºi ri + ¬i (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ ¬i · ·ii :¬¬i ¬-·i · l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬ riºi ri + ¬i (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ ¬i · ·ii :¬¬i ¬-·i · l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬ riºi ri + ¬i (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ ¬i · ·ii :¬¬i ¬-·i · l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬ riºi ri + ¬i (Ÿi ºi-¤¬ ¬i · ·ii :¬¬i ¬-·i · l¬¤i ·ii+
(n -i· - ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i -ri-¤i (i· ¬i - · r + (n -i· - ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i -ri-¤i (i· ¬i - · r + (n -i· - ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i -ri-¤i (i· ¬i - · r + (n -i· - ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i -ri-¤i (i· ¬i - · r +
¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i :¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ¬i¤ ¬ l(·i¤ - -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri n¤i
·ii l¬ ¤r ¬ ·i l(º( - ºii ln -·iil¤n ¬º· - ¬·ii ºi·- i ¬i ¬r¤i n
¬º ni+ ¬i·i ri l(º( ¬ºi¬º ¬i ·iln¤i ¬ ·(i¤ ( ¬ ¬ ·(i¤ - (i ¬iº ¬i·i ri l(º( ¬ºi¬º ¬i ·iln¤i ¬ ·(i¤ ( ¬ ¬ ·( i¤ - (i ¬iº ¬i·i ri l(º( ¬ºi¬º ¬i ·iln¤i ¬ ·(i¤ ( ¬ ¬ ·( i¤ - (i ¬iº ¬i·i ri l(º( ¬ºi¬º ¬i ·iln¤i ¬ ·(i¤ ( ¬ ¬ ·( i¤ - (i ¬iº
¬ ·(i¤ ºii¬· ¬Ÿii ¬il( ¬i l(ºi ·i ¬º· (i¬ ºi·- i ¬i l·¤¤ºi - ºªi¬º ¬ ·(i¤ ºii¬· ¬Ÿii ¬il( ¬i l(ºi ·i ¬º· (i¬ ºi·- i ¬i l·¤¤ºi - ºªi¬º ¬ ·(i¤ ºii¬· ¬Ÿii ¬il( ¬i l(ºi ·i ¬º· (i¬ ºi·- i ¬i l·¤¤ºi - ºªi¬º ¬ ·(i¤ ºii¬· ¬Ÿii ¬il( ¬i l(ºi ·i ¬º· (i¬ ºi·- i ¬i l·¤¤ºi - ºªi¬º
¬r¤i n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n ¤iº ¬º ni nil¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ¬r¤i n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n ¤iº ¬º ni nil¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ¬r¤i n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n ¤iº ¬º ni nil¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ¬r¤i n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ n ¤iº ¬º ni nil¬ ¬ ·i ¬ ªi¤i - ¬·¬i lr-¬ (iºi ªi¤i - ¬·¬i lr-¬ (iºi ªi¤i - ¬·¬i lr-¬ (iºi ªi¤i - ¬·¬i lr-¬ (iºi
·ii ºr + :¬¬i lºr¬ ¬ n~¤ ¤ - - ri ¤ ¬i r + ·ii ºr + :¬¬i lºr¬ ¬ n~¤ ¤ - - ri ¤ ¬i r + ·ii ºr + :¬¬i lºr¬ ¬ n~¤ ¤ - - ri ¤ ¬i r + ·ii ºr + :¬¬i lºr¬ ¬ n~¤ ¤ - - ri ¤ ¬i r +
l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -(( ¬ l¬¤ ¤ ·º¬ ¤-¬º¬¬i - ·¬- - ¤¬¬i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -(( ¬ l¬¤ ¤ ·º¬ ¤-¬º¬¬i - ·¬- - ¤¬¬i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -(( ¬ l¬¤ ¤ ·º¬ ¤-¬º¬¬i - ·¬- - ¤¬¬i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i -(( ¬ l¬¤ ¤ ·º¬ ¤-¬º¬¬i - ·¬- - ¤¬¬i
( (( (FEMA) ¬i º¤·i ¬i n¤i r + - i:¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· ¬ ¤ ·i- ¬ ºii ¬ ·¤l·n ) ¬i º¤·i ¬i n¤i r + - i:¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· ¬ ¤ ·i- ¬ ºii ¬ ·¤l·n ) ¬i º¤·i ¬i n¤i r + - i:¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· ¬ ¤ ·i- ¬ ºii ¬ ·¤l·n ) ¬i º¤·i ¬i n¤i r + - i:¬ -º¬ ¬-iºi· ¬ ¤ ·i- ¬ ºii ¬ ·¤l·n
¤¬i· - l¬-i ¬i-º · :¬¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º¬ ¤ ·i:- · ¤¬i· - l¬-i ¬i-º · :¬¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º¬ ¤ ·i:- · ¤¬i· - l¬-i ¬i-º · :¬¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º¬ ¤ ·i:- · ¤¬i· - l¬-i ¬i-º · :¬¬i ·ii ·iºii ¬º¬ ¤ ·i:- · -- -¬ ¬ l¬¤ ¬º·ii -- -¬ ¬ l¬¤ ¬º·ii -- -¬ ¬ l¬¤ ¬º·ii -- -¬ ¬ l¬¤ ¬º·ii
¬i ºi-¤ l(¤i+ ¬i ºi-¤ l(¤i+ ¬i ºi-¤ l(¤i+ ¬i ºi-¤ l(¤i+
r l(¬ (º ·ssr ¬ “The Spotlight” ¬ ¬·¬iº U.N.-NATO ¬ ¤ ·n
nŸ(i(·ii· - ¤¬i- º l¤· lº¤·ºi· ¬iº (ARRC) ¬i l·-i ºi ¬º¬ ¤iº
(rºi·- i¤ l·(i¬ · ¬ nl-n ¬º¬ saaaa (¬-¬i r¬iº) - ·¬ ·ini l¬¤ n¤ +
:¬ ¤i ¬ ¬ ¬-i ·º ÷ :· ÷ ¤i¤ ¬º ¬ºil- - ¬ ·¬i (Sir Jeremy
Mackenzi) (¬i l¬ l( l-ºi ¬ ·i - ¬ l-· - ¬·º¬ ·i ) ¬i l· ¤·n l¬¤i
n¤i+ :¬ nºr ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ( l·¤i( ·i¬ (i r + :¬ nºr ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ( l·¤i( ·i¬ (i r + :¬ nºr ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ( l·¤i( ·i¬ (i r + :¬ nºr ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¬ ·i ¬i ( l·¤i( ·i¬ (i r +
ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ln·ni l(º( ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i - ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ln·ni l(º( ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i - ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ln·ni l(º( ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i - ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ln·ni l(º( ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i -
¬ºni r l( ¬ºni r l( ¬ºni r l( ¬ºni r l(l·i·· ·i-i ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r + :¬ l(lºi·- ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¤º l·i·· ·i-i ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r + :¬ l(lºi·- ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¤º l·i·· ·i-i ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r + :¬ l(lºi·- ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¤º l·i·· ·i-i ¬ ¬i·i ¬ini r + :¬ l(lºi·- ¬- (i¤ · l(º( ¤º
¬¤·i l·¤¤ºi ºªi· ¬ l¬¬ l(º( ( ¬ l(º( ¬i ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬¤·i l·¤¤ºi ºªi· ¬ l¬¬ l(º( ( ¬ l(º( ¬i ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬¤·i l·¤¤ºi ºªi· ¬ l¬¬ l(º( ( ¬ l(º( ¬i ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i ¬¤·i l·¤¤ºi ºªi· ¬ l¬¬ l(º( ( ¬ l(º( ¬i ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ¬ ·i
¬iº l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º· ¬i ¬ª º¤ (·i¤i r + :¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ln ¬iº l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º· ¬i ¬ª º¤ (·i¤i r + :¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ln ¬iº l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º· ¬i ¬ª º¤ (·i¤i r + :¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ln ¬iº l(º( ¬º¬iº ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º· ¬i ¬ª º¤ (·i¤i r + :¬ ¬ª º¤ ¬i ¤ ln
¬ l¬¤ l(º( -nº ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬i·iilºn ¤º-¤º -¤·ii ¬ l¬ ¬ l¬¤ l(º( -nº ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬i·iilºn ¤º-¤º -¤·ii ¬ l¬ ¬ l¬¤ l(º( -nº ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬i·iilºn ¤º-¤º -¤·ii ¬ l¬ ¬ l¬¤ l(º( -nº ¤º ¬l·i¬iº ¬i·iilºn ¤º-¤º -¤·ii ¬ l¬ l¤n ·i¤ ¬iº l¤n ·i¤ ¬iº l¤n ·i¤ ¬iº l¤n ·i¤ ¬iº
¬in ¬ ¬ ¬¬ºl·in (ini(ººi - ·ii n ¤ ·ii· ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¬in ¬ ¬ ¬¬ºl·in (ini(ººi - ·ii n ¤ ·ii· ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¬in ¬ ¬ ¬¬ºl·in (ini(ººi - ·ii n ¤ ·ii· ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¬in ¬ ¬ ¬¬ºl·in (ini(ººi - ·ii n ¤ ·ii· ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i -
-(i·i - ¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ºi·¤ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i ¬¤·i ¬º ¬· ¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ -(i·i - ¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ºi·¤ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i ¬¤·i ¬º ¬· ¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ -(i·i - ¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ºi·¤ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i ¬¤·i ¬º ¬· ¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ -(i·i - ¬¬ ¤ - ·i¬i ºi·¤ ¬ºi ¬i ·iln ¬i ¬¤·i ¬º ¬· ¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬
¤ ( ·iºii ( l(·i-ni¬i ¬i ¬·- l(¤i r + :·¬i ¤r ·iln :¬l¬¤ ¤ ·ii(i ri ¤ ( ·iºii ( l(·i-ni¬i ¬i ¬·- l(¤i r + :·¬i ¤r ·iln :¬l¬¤ ¤ ·ii(i ri ¤ ( ·iºii ( l(·i-ni¬i ¬i ¬·- l(¤i r + :·¬i ¤r ·iln :¬l¬¤ ¤ ·ii(i ri ¤ ( ·iºii ( l(·i-ni¬i ¬i ¬·- l(¤i r + :·¬i ¤r ·iln :¬l¬¤ ¤ ·ii(i ri
ºri r ·¤i l¬ :¬ ·iln ¬i (irºi ºri r ·¤i l¬ :¬ ·iln ¬i (irºi ºri r ·¤i l¬ :¬ ·iln ¬i (irºi ºri r ·¤i l¬ :¬ ·iln ¬i (irºi -(ª¤ ¬(i ¬iº l(¬i¬ ¬i -i-i ¤iºi·i -(ª¤ ¬(i ¬iº l(¬i¬ ¬i -i-i ¤iºi·i -(ª¤ ¬(i ¬iº l(¬i¬ ¬i -i-i ¤iºi·i -(ª¤ ¬(i ¬iº l(¬i¬ ¬i -i-i ¤iºi·i
- ¤ni r ¬i r :¬ ·iln · ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº -(i(¬ (· ¤º - ¤ni r ¬i r :¬ ·iln · ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº -(i(¬ (· ¤º - ¤ni r ¬i r :¬ ·iln · ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº -(i(¬ (· ¤º - ¤ni r ¬i r :¬ ·iln · ¬i- ¬i(-i ¬ ¬i--l(º(i¬ ¬iº -(i(¬ (· ¤º
l·ºii ¤¬ ¬i¬-ºi l¬¤i r + ¬( (·ºii¬ ( l--i·i ¬i ¬(i ¬iº l·-i ºi ¬ l·ºii ¤¬ ¬i¬-ºi l¬¤i r + ¬( (·ºii¬ ( l--i·i ¬i ¬(i ¬iº l·-i ºi ¬ l·ºii ¤¬ ¬i¬-ºi l¬¤i r + ¬( (·ºii¬ ( l--i·i ¬i ¬(i ¬iº l·-i ºi ¬ l·ºii ¤¬ ¬i¬-ºi l¬¤i r + ¬( (·ºii¬ ( l--i·i ¬i ¬(i ¬iº l·-i ºi ¬
ºi·(i·-(º - ¤¬i¬º n -ºir l¬¤i r + ·iil- ¬ n ª¬i ¬i ( ·i(ºii¬i ºi·(i·-(º - ¤¬i¬º n -ºir l¬¤i r + ·iil- ¬ n ª¬i ¬i ( ·i(ºii¬i ºi·(i·-(º - ¤¬i¬º n -ºir l¬¤i r + ·iil- ¬ n ª¬i ¬i ( ·i(ºii¬i ºi·(i·-(º - ¤¬i¬º n -ºir l¬¤i r + ·iil- ¬ n ª¬i ¬i ( ·i(ºii¬i
¤-¬÷(-¬ - ¤-¬÷(-¬ - ¤-¬÷(-¬ - ¤-¬÷(-¬ - ¤¬i¬º ¬i--l(--n ¬º l(¤i r + ºi¬·ni¬i ¬i ni-¬il¬¬ ¤¬i¬º ¬i--l(--n ¬º l(¤i r + ºi¬·ni¬i ¬i ni-¬il¬¬ ¤¬i¬º ¬i--l(--n ¬º l(¤i r + ºi¬·ni¬i ¬i ni-¬il¬¬ ¤¬i¬º ¬i--l(--n ¬º l(¤i r + ºi¬·ni¬i ¬i ni-¬il¬¬
ºi·¤il·i¬iº ¬i ¬i¬·i ºi l(ªii¬º ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i ¬iln ·i- ¬n·i÷l¤s·i ºi·¤il·i¬iº ¬i ¬i¬·i ºi l(ªii¬º ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i ¬iln ·i- ¬n·i÷l¤s·i ºi·¤il·i¬iº ¬i ¬i¬·i ºi l(ªii¬º ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i ¬iln ·i- ¬n·i÷l¤s·i ºi·¤il·i¬iº ¬i ¬i¬·i ºi l(ªii¬º ¬i- ¬·ni ¬i ¬iln ·i- ¬n·i÷l¤s·i
¬il( ¬ ¬i¬ - ¤¬i¬º ¤ - ·i¬· - ¬r¤i ni (·i¤i r + ¬l·i·ni¬i ¬il( ¬ ¬i¬ - ¤¬i¬º ¤ - ·i¬· - ¬r¤i ni (·i¤i r + ¬l·i·ni¬i ¬il( ¬ ¬i¬ - ¤¬i¬º ¤ - ·i¬· - ¬r¤i ni (·i¤i r + ¬l·i·ni¬i ¬il( ¬ ¬i¬ - ¤¬i¬º ¤ - ·i¬· - ¬r¤i ni (·i¤i r + ¬l·i·ni¬i
ªi ¬÷lªi¬il· ¤i l(º( ¬ (lº¤i ¬il( ¬i ¬-¬ ln ( -·iº ªi ¬÷lªi¬il· ¤i l(º( ¬ (lº¤i ¬il( ¬i ¬-¬ ln ( -·iº ªi ¬÷lªi¬il· ¤i l(º( ¬ (lº¤i ¬il( ¬i ¬-¬ ln ( -·iº ªi ¬÷lªi¬il· ¤i l(º( ¬ (lº¤i ¬il( ¬i ¬-¬ ln ( -·iº ¬· ¬i ¬ l(¬ ¬· ¬i ¬ l(¬ ¬· ¬i ¬ l(¬ ¬· ¬i ¬ l(¬
¬ni¬º l(¬il¬ni ¬ ¬-¤i(i ¬i l(ni¤· ¬ºi¬º ¬ ·¤ -lº·- ¬iº (i¬iº(i( ¬ni¬º l(¬il¬ni ¬ ¬-¤i(i ¬i l(ni¤· ¬ºi¬º ¬ ·¤ -lº·- ¬iº (i¬iº(i( ¬ni¬º l(¬il¬ni ¬ ¬-¤i(i ¬i l(ni¤· ¬ºi¬º ¬ ·¤ -lº·- ¬iº (i¬iº(i( ¬ni¬º l(¬il¬ni ¬ ¬-¤i(i ¬i l(ni¤· ¬ºi¬º ¬ ·¤ -lº·- ¬iº (i¬iº(i(
¬i ¤ lnl·-n l¬¤i ¬ini r + -(i-·¤ ¬ ·i¤ - ¤i-- ¤ ·i l··(i( ( ªiini ¬i ¤ lnl·-n l¬¤i ¬ini r + -(i-·¤ ¬ ·i¤ - ¤i-- ¤ ·i l··(i( ( ªiini ¬i ¤ lnl·-n l¬¤i ¬ini r + -(i-·¤ ¬ ·i¤ - ¤i-- ¤ ·i l··(i( ( ªiini ¬i ¤ lnl·-n l¬¤i ¬ini r + -(i-·¤ ¬ ·i¤ - ¤i-- ¤ ·i l··(i( ( ªiini
¬i ¬i¬i ¬i ¬il( ¤ ¤ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¤ ¤¬· n·ii ¬i ¬i¬i ¬i ¬il( ¤ ¤ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¤ ¤¬· n·ii ¬i ¬i¬i ¬i ¬il( ¤ ¤ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¤ ¤¬· n·ii ¬i ¬i¬i ¬i ¬il( ¤ ¤ ¤(i·ii ¬ ¤ ¤¬· n·ii ºi¬i¤l·¬ ªii( ( ºi¬i¤l·¬ ºi¬i¤l·¬ ªii( ( ºi¬i¤l·¬ ºi¬i¤l·¬ ªii( ( ºi¬i¤l·¬ ºi¬i¤l·¬ ªii( ( ºi¬i¤l·¬
¬i-·iºi¬i ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬ ·¤ ÷· ¬i-·iºi¬i ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬ ·¤ ÷· ¬i-·iºi¬i ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬ ·¤ ÷· ¬i-·iºi¬i ¬ ¬¤¤i n ¬ ·¤ ÷·¤ ºi n ¤ (i ¬º¬ ¬·¬ l·(iººi rn l(·i ¬i ¤ ºi n ¤ (i ¬º¬ ¬·¬ l·(iººi rn l(·i ¬i ¤ ºi n ¤ (i ¬º¬ ¬·¬ l·(iººi rn l(·i ¬i ¤ ºi n ¤ (i ¬º¬ ¬·¬ l·(iººi rn l(·i ¬i
¬i ·il·i¤i ¬i ¤ ¤iº ri ºri r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬il( ¤º ¬i ·il·i¤i ¬i ¤ ¤iº ri ºri r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬il( ¤º ¬i ·il·i¤i ¬i ¤ ¤iº ri ºri r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬il( ¤º ¬i ·il·i¤i ¬i ¤ ¤iº ri ºri r + ¬ l·i ·i¤ - (i¬ ªii( ¤i·i ¬il( ¤º
(rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¬i («i¬º l¬¬i· ¬iº ªini ¬i ¤ºi(¬ (i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¬i («i¬º l¬¬i· ¬iº ªini ¬i ¤ºi(¬ (i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¬i («i¬º l¬¬i· ¬iº ªini ¬i ¤ºi(¬ (i (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ¤¬il·i¬iº ¬i («i¬º l¬¬i· ¬iº ªini ¬i ¤ºi(¬ (i
(·i¤i r + -iº¬ rl·i¤iºi ¬ ((¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¤º (·i¤i r + -iº¬ rl·i¤iºi ¬ ((¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¤º (·i¤i r + -iº¬ rl·i¤iºi ¬ ((¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¤º (·i¤i r + -iº¬ rl·i¤iºi ¬ ((¬ ·ºii¬ ¤(i·ii ¬ ·¤(¬i¤ ¤º ni ¤ ·i:- · ni ¤ ·i:- · ni ¤ ·i:- · ni ¤ ·i:- ·
· ºi¬ ¬i ¤ºi «i ¤i ri ªi·i r + · ºi¬ ¬i ¤ºi «i ¤i ri ªi·i r + · ºi¬ ¬i ¤ºi «i ¤i ri ªi·i r + · ºi¬ ¬i ¤ºi «i ¤i ri ªi·i r +
ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ºi-¤i-¤ ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ºi-¤i-¤ ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ºi-¤i-¤ ¬i ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ·¤(¬i¤ ºi-¤i-¤ ¬i
l·-i ºi n·ii ªil·¬ n ¬i ¬i l(¬i ¬i r + ¬in ¬(i(i n·ii ¬¤ºi·i ¬nn ¬ l·-i ºi n·ii ªil·¬ n ¬i ¬i l(¬i ¬i r + ¬in ¬(i(i n·ii ¬¤ºi·i ¬nn ¬ l·-i ºi n·ii ªil·¬ n ¬i ¬i l(¬i ¬i r + ¬in ¬(i(i n·ii ¬¤ºi·i ¬nn ¬ l·-i ºi n·ii ªil·¬ n ¬i ¬i l(¬i ¬i r + ¬in ¬(i(i n·ii ¬¤ºi·i ¬nn ¬
·i ·¬ ¬·(ª·i niº ¤º :·¬ ¬ · r ¤ r + :¬l¬¤ -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri ¬i ·i ·¬ ¬·(ª·i niº ¤º :·¬ ¬ · r ¤ r + :¬l¬¤ -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri ¬i ·i ·¬ ¬·(ª·i niº ¤º :·¬ ¬ · r ¤ r + :¬l¬¤ -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri ¬i ·i ·¬ ¬·(ª·i niº ¤º :·¬ ¬ · r ¤ r + :¬l¬¤ -¤·- ª¤ ¬ ¬ri ¬i
¬¬ni r l¬ ¬¬ni r l¬ ¬¬ni r l¬ ¬¬ni r l¬ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri¤ ª·i -i·( ¬-i¬ ¬ l¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri¤ ª·i -i·( ¬-i¬ ¬ l¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri¤ ª·i -i·( ¬-i¬ ¬ l¬¤ ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri¤ ª·i -i·( ¬-i¬ ¬ l¬¤
¬¬ ¬ ri l¬- ri ºr r :· ·i-¬ r ¤ ¬i(i ¬i ¬ri ºi-ni l(ªii· ¬i ¬¬ ¬ ri l¬- ri ºr r :· ·i-¬ r ¤ ¬i(i ¬i ¬ri ºi-ni l(ªii· ¬i ¬¬ ¬ ri l¬- ri ºr r :· ·i-¬ r ¤ ¬i(i ¬i ¬ri ºi-ni l(ªii· ¬i ¬¬ ¬ ri l¬- ri ºr r :· ·i-¬ r ¤ ¬i(i ¬i ¬ri ºi-ni l(ªii· ¬i
¬ªºn r + ¬ªºn r + ¬ªºn r + ¬ªºn r +
·i· ¤¤ ¬i lºi¬iº ·iiºn ·i· ¤¤ ¬i lºi¬iº ·iiºn ·i· ¤¤ ¬i lºi¬iº ·iiºn ·i· ¤¤ ¬i lºi¬iº ·iiºn
·iiºn - ¬n ·¤ ¬i·iilºn ¤iº-¤lº¬ni ¬ l¬ l¤n l··i ¤ l··¤·i l·¬i ·ini ·iiºn - ¬n ·¤ ¬i·iilºn ¤iº-¤lº¬ni ¬ l¬ l¤n l··i ¤ l··¤·i l·¬i ·ini ·iiºn - ¬n ·¤ ¬i·iilºn ¤iº-¤lº¬ni ¬ l¬ l¤n l··i ¤ l··¤·i l·¬i ·ini ·iiºn - ¬n ·¤ ¬i·iilºn ¤iº-¤lº¬ni ¬ l¬ l¤n l··i ¤ l··¤·i l·¬i ·ini
¬ (ini(ººi - ¬ ¤l- ¬ (ini(ººi - ¬ ¤l- ¬ (ini(ººi - ¬ ¤l- ¬ (ini(ººi - ¬ ¤l-n ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¤º-i·i - ¬¬ ¬r¬iºi n ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¤º-i·i - ¬¬ ¬r¬iºi n ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¤º-i·i - ¬¬ ¬r¬iºi n ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i si¤i - ¤º-i·i - ¬¬ ¬r¬iºi
¬in (iºi ¬i l(º(( ·i -( -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬i ·¤(riº -i·( ¬i(· ¬i ¬in (iºi ¬i l(º(( ·i -( -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬i ·¤(riº -i·( ¬i(· ¬i ¬in (iºi ¬i l(º(( ·i -( -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬i ·¤(riº -i·( ¬i(· ¬i ¬in (iºi ¬i l(º(( ·i -( -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ·iln ¬i ·¤(riº -i·( ¬i(· ¬i
¬ ªii ¬iº ¬- - (·i· ¬i l(ºii - ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ :¬ ¬- -ºii¬i ¬i(· ¬ ªii ¬iº ¬- - (·i· ¬i l(ºii - ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ :¬ ¬- -ºii¬i ¬i(· ¬ ªii ¬iº ¬- - (·i· ¬i l(ºii - ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ :¬ ¬- -ºii¬i ¬i(· ¬ ªii ¬iº ¬- - (·i· ¬i l(ºii - ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ :¬ ¬- -ºii¬i ¬i(·
(ºi · ¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri ¤ª·ii · l(¬n ¬º· ¬i ·i·¤ (ºi · ¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri ¤ª·ii · l(¬n ¬º· ¬i ·i·¤ (ºi · ¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri ¤ª·ii · l(¬n ¬º· ¬i ·i·¤ (ºi · ¬i ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·- -ri ¤ª·ii · l(¬n ¬º· ¬i ·i·¤¤ ¤ ¤ ¤
º¤i r + º¤i r + º¤i r + º¤i r +
ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºni¤ ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( ¤ ·ini ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºni¤ ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( ¤ ·ini ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºni¤ ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( ¤ ·ini ºi¬·· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºni¤ ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( ¤ ·ini
(·i r - ·ii+ :¬ ¬- - ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( - ¬r¬ -(i·iil(¬ (·i r - ·ii+ :¬ ¬- - ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( - ¬r¬ -(i·iil(¬ (·i r - ·ii+ :¬ ¬- - ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( - ¬r¬ -(i·iil(¬ (·i r - ·ii+ :¬ ¬- - ¬i(· (ºi · ¬i ( l·¤i( - ¬r¬ -(i·iil(¬
¬i¤¬(iºi -(¤¬(i ¬i--l··iºni -(i(¬ (· ¬r¬iºi ¬in (iºi ¬i ¬n ·¤ ¬i¤¬(iºi -(¤¬(i ¬i--l··iºni -(i(¬ (· ¬r¬iºi ¬in (iºi ¬i ¬n ·¤ ¬i¤¬(iºi -(¤¬(i ¬i--l··iºni -(i(¬ (· ¬r¬iºi ¬in (iºi ¬i ¬n ·¤ ¬i¤¬(iºi -(¤¬(i ¬i--l··iºni -(i(¬ (· ¬r¬iºi ¬in (iºi ¬i ¬n ·¤
¬i·iilºn ·¤(-·ii ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i ¤ ¬i·iilºn ·¤(-·ii ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i ¤ ¬i·iilºn ·¤(-·ii ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i ¤ ¬i·iilºn ·¤(-·ii ¤ nln ¬º ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i ¤ l¬l- ¬i · ¬i l¤l· ¤i ¬ l¬l- ¬i · ¬i l¤l· ¤i ¬ l¬l- ¬i · ¬i l¤l· ¤i ¬ l¬l- ¬i · ¬i l¤l· ¤i ¬
ª¤ - rini ºri ·ii :¬l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -º ·iiºn - ¬i¤ + ·iiºn ¬·ii l¬¬i ª¤ - rini ºri ·ii :¬l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -º ·iiºn - ¬i¤ + ·iiºn ¬·ii l¬¬i ª¤ - rini ºri ·ii :¬l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -º ·iiºn - ¬i¤ + ·iiºn ¬·ii l¬¬i ª¤ - rini ºri ·ii :¬l¬¤ ¬· ¬ ¬ -º ·iiºn - ¬i¤ + ·iiºn ¬·ii l¬¬i
( ºi ¬i ¬ -· ·ri n¤i+ l( l-ºi ¬i-i·¤(i( · ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ( ºi ¬i ¬ -· ·ri n¤i+ l( l-ºi ¬i-i·¤(i( · ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ( ºi ¬i ¬ -· ·ri n¤i+ l( l-ºi ¬i-i·¤(i( · ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i ( ºi ¬i ¬ -· ·ri n¤i+ l( l-ºi ¬i-i·¤(i( · ¤ - ·i¬i ¬iº ºi¬ ¬ºi ¬i
·iln ¬i ¬·¬ººi ¬º¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬¤· ºi¬·iln¬ ¬¤l·( ºii ¬ ª¤ - ·iln ¬i ¬·¬ººi ¬º¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬¤· ºi¬·iln¬ ¬¤l·( ºii ¬ ª¤ - ·iln ¬i ¬·¬ººi ¬º¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬¤· ºi¬·iln¬ ¬¤l·( ºii ¬ ª¤ - ·iln ¬i ¬·¬ººi ¬º¬ ¬iºi ( l·¤i - ¬¤· ºi¬·iln¬ ¬¤l·( ºii ¬ ª¤ -
¬i-i·¤ -· ¬i-i·¤ -· ¬i-i·¤ -· ¬i-i·¤ -·iil¤n l¬¤i ·ii+ iil¤n l¬¤i ·ii+ iil¤n l¬¤i ·ii+ iil¤n l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬( ¬-¤ ¤¬i ¬i¤i l¬ ¬( ºi¬·iln¬ ¬¤l·( ºi
ºªi·i ¬l-· ri n¤i ·ii ni ¤iºi ¤ ¬iº ¬- lº¬i ¬ ¬ s l(lºi·- ·i·i
·¤l·n¤i · ºi¬·iln ¬¤l·( ºi ¬-i·n ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤ ¬ riºi l(º(
¬º¬iº ¬i ¤i ¬·i (·i: + ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(il(¤i ¬i l·nir ¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(il(¤i ¬i l·nir ¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(il(¤i ¬i l·nir ¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(il(¤i ¬i l·nir ¬- ¤ ¤( - - ¤ ¤( - - ¤ ¤( - - ¤ ¤( -
·iiºn ¬i l-·iln ¬i ººi·iln¬ ( l·- ¬ (rn -r-( ¬i -i·ni ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i l-·iln ¬i ººi·iln¬ ( l·- ¬ (rn -r-( ¬i -i·ni ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i l-·iln ¬i ººi·iln¬ ( l·- ¬ (rn -r-( ¬i -i·ni ºri ·ii+ ·iiºn ¬i l-·iln ¬i ººi·iln¬ ( l·- ¬ (rn -r-( ¬i -i·ni ºri ·ii+
:¬l¬¤ l( l-ºi ¬i-i·¤ · ¬¤·i ºi¬ ¬ni ¬- -· ¬ ¬i·i÷¬i·i ·iiºn ¬i
¬· ¬ ºi¬·iln¬ lr-¬i - l(·iil¬n ¬º¬ ·iiºn ¬i ¬-¬iº ¬º· ¬i
·i·¤¤ º¤i¤i+ ¬ni r-ni·nººi ¬ ¬i·i÷¬i·i l(·iil¬n ·iiºn ¬i : l·¤i (·i
l(¤i+ -(n¤ ·iiºn - ·inlº¬i ¬ -·¤ ( ºi ¬ ¤ · l·-i ºi ¬i ¬l·i¬- ¬in
ºri ·ii :¬ -(i·iil(¬ ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ : l·¤·
n(· - - ¬i l(¬i¬ ¬iº l·-i ºi ¬i ¬i¬¤ ( ¬º ·s«s - ri - - · ¬ riºi
¤iº¬¤i ¬ l·i l-ºi· ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬º (i n¤i+ ¬ l·i l-ºi· ¬ ¬·nnn
¬-ºi¬i ¬ l·i l(ºi ·in ¬¬(- -i¤º riºi ni-iºi ¤ · l·-i ºi ¬ ·i- ¤º ¬nº
¤ ( ºi ¬ :-i(i l¬¬ - ¤i¤¬ - ¤i ¬ ·- ¤iº ·i l¬¤i+ :¬ ¤i ¬·i ¬ l¬¤
¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬ n-¬i¬i· ¬·¤·i ¤i¬ ri¤- · · ·iiºn - ¬-ºi¬i ºi¬(n
¤--º (i( ~¬ ¬i ( ªiº ªi - (i ¬º( ¬-ºi¬i ·i¬º ªi¤ ¬º· ¬i ¬·¤
(·i¤i+ :¬¬ (i( ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬i -(( ¬ z ¬·- (º ·srz ¬i
¬i- (il¤¬ l(¬i¬ ¬i¤ ¬- n·ii ·iiºn ¬(¬ ¬-i¬ ¬i -·ii¤·i ¬i n¤i+
-(n¤i ¬ ¤ ·i- ¬-¬ir - ºi·- l·-i ºi rn ¬i ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬n ºri ·ii
¤i · ¤i¬· ºi· ¬ ·i· · ¬¬¬i ·i ºi r-¤i ri ¬º (i ¬i-i·¤(i(i l(( ºii
ni¬n ¤ri ¤irni ·ii+
¤i · ¤i¬· ºi· ¬ ¬¬i(i ¬-ºi¬i n ¬ ¬-i- ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¤i · ¤i¬· ºi· ¬ ¬¬i(i ¬-ºi¬i n ¬ ¬-i- ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¤i · ¤i¬· ºi· ¬ ¬¬i(i ¬-ºi¬i n ¬ ¬-i- ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¤i · ¤i¬· ºi· ¬ ¬¬i(i ¬-ºi¬i n ¬ ¬-i- ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi·
--i¬ ¬-i- ¬iº· ni ¤i¬· ºi· ¬il( · ·iiºn ¬i ¬¤·i l·ºii·i (·i¬º --i¬ ¬-i- ¬iº· ni ¤i¬· ºi· ¬il( · ·iiºn ¬i ¬¤·i l·ºii·i (·i¬º --i¬ ¬-i- ¬iº· ni ¤i¬· ºi· ¬il( · ·iiºn ¬i ¬¤·i l·ºii·i (·i¬º --i¬ ¬-i- ¬iº· ni ¤i¬· ºi· ¬il( · ·iiºn ¬i ¬¤·i l·ºii·i (·i¬º
-(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -i¤n ·iiºn ¬i ¬i-¬ ln¬ ·iil- ¬ ¬iº ¬i·¤il--¬ -i¤n ·iiºn ¬i ¬i-¬ ln¬ ·iil- ¬ ¬iº ¬i·¤il--¬ -i¤n ·iiºn ¬i ¬i-¬ ln¬ ·iil- ¬ ¬iº ¬i·¤il--¬ -i¤n ·iiºn ¬i ¬i-¬ ln¬ ·iil- ¬ ¬iº ¬i·¤il--¬
¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¤ ( l·in ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬·¬i(· - ¤( ºi ¬º· ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¤ ( l·in ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬·¬i(· - ¤( ºi ¬º· ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¤ ( l·in ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬·¬i(· - ¤( ºi ¬º· ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¤ ( l·in ¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬i-i·¤(i( ¬i ¬·¬i(· - ¤( ºi ¬º·
¬i ¬i¬ ( ··i ¤iº ·i ¬º l(¤i+ ·iiºn - ¬i·nlº¬ ¬¬r ¤ (i ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬i¬ ( ··i ¤iº ·i ¬º l(¤i+ ·iiºn - ¬i·nlº¬ ¬¬r ¤ (i ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬i¬ ( ··i ¤iº ·i ¬º l(¤i+ ·iiºn - ¬i·nlº¬ ¬¬r ¤ (i ¬º· ¬ l¬¤ ¬i ¬i¬ ( ··i ¤iº ·i ¬º l(¤i+ ·iiºn - ¬i·nlº¬ ¬¬r ¤ (i ¬º· ¬ l¬¤
·ni¬ · - -i:¬¬ -¬i - ¬ riºi ( ¤l--- l-ºi· -·iil¤n l¬¤i n ·ni¬ · - -i:¬¬ -¬i - ¬ riºi ( ¤l--- l-ºi· -·iil¤n l¬¤i n ·ni¬ · - -i:¬¬ -¬i - ¬ riºi ( ¤l--- l-ºi· -·iil¤n l¬¤i n ·ni¬ · - -i:¬¬ -¬i - ¬ riºi ( ¤l--- l-ºi· -·iil¤n l¬¤i n¤i+ ·sc« ¤i+ ·sc« ¤i+ ·sc« ¤i+ ·sc«
- ·ini¬ · ¤i¬ l-ºi· ¬i -·ii¤·i r : + :· (i ·i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -i·¤- ¬ - ·ini¬ · ¤i¬ l-ºi· ¬i -·ii¤·i r : + :· (i ·i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -i·¤- ¬ - ·ini¬ · ¤i¬ l-ºi· ¬i -·ii¤·i r : + :· (i ·i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -i·¤- ¬ - ·ini¬ · ¤i¬ l-ºi· ¬i -·ii¤·i r : + :· (i ·i ¬-·ii¬i ¬ -i·¤- ¬
C.I.A. · · ¬i ¤º ºi· ( r¤¤ ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i ·ii+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ -(n¤ · · ¬i ¤º ºi· ( r¤¤ ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i ·ii+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ -(n¤ · · ¬i ¤º ºi· ( r¤¤ ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i ·ii+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ -(n¤ · · ¬i ¤º ºi· ( r¤¤ ¤iº ·i ¬ºi¤i ·ii+ ¤lººii--(ª¤ -(n¤
·ini¬ · ¬i -i n ¤ (i ri n¤i ·ii+ ·ini¬ · ¬i -i n ¤ (i ri n¤i ·ii+ ·ini¬ · ¬i -i n ¤ (i ri n¤i ·ii+ ·ini¬ · ¬i -i n ¤ (i ri n¤i ·ii+
¤i · ¬iº ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· · ·sca n¬ ·iiºn - ¤¤i¬ ¬ºi ·
¬-ºi¬· ·i ¬º ªi¤ ¬º¬ -(i-·¤ lºi·ii n·ii ¬i-¬ ln¬ ¬-·ii¬i - ¬ ·(i¤
¬º¬iº ¬ ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi rn - ¬ ¬-·i · ¤i·n l¬¤i+
·iiºn - l(l·i·· ¤ ¬iº ¬ -n·i (i n·ii l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºn - l(l·i·· ¤ ¬iº ¬ -n·i (i n·ii l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºn - l(l·i·· ¤ ¬iº ¬ -n·i (i n·ii l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· ¬ l¬¤ ·iiºn - l(l·i·· ¤ ¬iº ¬ -n·i (i n·ii l(ºi ·ii·ii¬i ¬i («i· ¬ l¬¤
¬(i· -¤i (i l(~· : l·¤· ¬i lºi¤¬ :--i- ¤ - ¬i ¬i¤i· ¬(i· -¤i (i l(~· : l·¤· ¬i lºi¤¬ :--i- ¤ - ¬i ¬i¤i· ¬(i· -¤i (i l(~· : l·¤· ¬i lºi¤¬ :--i- ¤ - ¬i ¬i¤i· ¬(i· -¤i (i l(~· : l·¤· ¬i lºi¤¬ :--i- ¤ - ¬i ¬i¤i· ¬il( ¬i ¬il( ¬i ¬il( ¬i ¬il( ¬i
:-n -i¬ ¬º¬ ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¬¬i ¬· ¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬il·i ¬ -(( · :-n -i¬ ¬º¬ ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¬¬i ¬· ¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬il·i ¬ -(( · :-n -i¬ ¬º¬ ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¬¬i ¬· ¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬il·i ¬ -(( · :-n -i¬ ¬º¬ ºi ¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬· ºi· ¬¬i ¬· ¬ ¬-·ii¬i ¬i ¬il·i ¬ -(( ·
¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º¬ ¬º¬iº n·ii l(( ºii ·i· ¬i ¬il¬n (·i¤i ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º¬ ¬º¬iº n·ii l(( ºii ·i· ¬i ¬il¬n (·i¤i ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º¬ ¬º¬iº n·ii l(( ºii ·i· ¬i ¬il¬n (·i¤i ¬i ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º¬ ¬º¬iº n·ii l(( ºii ·i· ¬i ¬il¬n (·i¤i
r + :¬¬ ¬i·i ri -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ( r + :¬¬ ¬i·i ri -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ( r + :¬¬ ¬i·i ri -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i ( r + :¬¬ ¬i·i ri -(¤¬(i ¬-·ii¬i (NGO) - ¬n ·ii(·iºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ) - ¬n ·ii(·iºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ) - ¬n ·ii(·iºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i ) - ¬n ·ii(·iºii¬ ·¤l·n¤i ¬i
·ii ln¬ ¬ l(·ii¤ ( ¬º ¤ ª·ii·i r ·ii ln¬ ¬ l(·ii¤ ( ¬º ¤ ª·ii·i r ·ii ln¬ ¬ l(·ii¤ ( ¬º ¤ ª·ii·i r ·ii ln¬ ¬ l(·ii¤ ( ¬º ¤ ª·ii·i ri· ¬iº ¬i--l(º(i¬ri· (·i l(¤i r + i· ¬iº ¬i--l(º(i¬ri· (·i l(¤i r + i· ¬iº ¬i--l(º(i¬ri· (·i l(¤i r + i· ¬iº ¬i--l(º(i¬ri· (·i l(¤i r +
¤i · ¤i¬· ºi· ¬i -(( ¬ ¬i ¬i- (il¤¬ l(¬i¬ n·ii ·iiºn ¬(¬
¬-i¬ ¬i ¤i ¬·i¤ ¤iº ·i ¬i n¤i ·ii ¬·¬i ¬¬¤¬ni¬i ¬i ¤ni ¬ni· ¬ ¬·¬i ¬¬¤¬ni¬i ¬i ¤ni ¬ni· ¬ ¬·¬i ¬¬¤¬ni¬i ¬i ¤ni ¬ni· ¬ ¬·¬i ¬¬¤¬ni¬i ¬i ¤ni ¬ni· ¬
l¬¤ ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬ ¬·ºi ·i ¤º ¬i (¬(·nºi¤ - rni ¬l-ln ¬i n-· l¬¤ ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬ ¬·ºi ·i ¤º ¬i (¬(·nºi¤ - rni ¬l-ln ¬i n-· l¬¤ ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬ ¬·ºi ·i ¤º ¬i (¬(·nºi¤ - rni ¬l-ln ¬i n-· l¬¤ ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬ ¬·ºi ·i ¤º ¬i (¬(·nºi¤ - rni ¬l-ln ¬i n-·
l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬( ¤ni ¤¬i l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬( ¤ni ¤¬i l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬( ¤ni ¤¬i l¬¤i ·ii+ ¬( ¤ni ¤¬i l¬ ¬·ni ¬i ·iini(iºi · ri · ¬ ¤i ¬·i¤ ¬¬¤¬ l¬ ¬·ni ¬i ·iini(iºi · ri · ¬ ¤i ¬·i¤ ¬¬¤¬ l¬ ¬·ni ¬i ·iini(iºi · ri · ¬ ¤i ¬·i¤ ¬¬¤¬ l¬ ¬·ni ¬i ·iini(iºi · ri · ¬ ¤i ¬·i¤ ¬¬¤¬
r : ni ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬i (·i ¬ni ’i r ¬i ·¤i l¬ ¬·¬i -(( ¬i ¬ª ºi r : ni ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬i (·i ¬ni ’i r ¬i ·¤i l¬ ¬·¬i -(( ¬i ¬ª ºi r : ni ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬i (·i ¬ni ’i r ¬i ·¤i l¬ ¬·¬i -(( ¬i ¬ª ºi r : ni ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬i (·i ¬ni ’i r ¬i ·¤i l¬ ¬·¬i -(( ¬i ¬ª ºi
¬·ni ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º· ¬i ri ·ii+ ¬·ni ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º· ¬i ri ·ii+ ¬·ni ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º· ¬i ri ·ii+ ¬·ni ¬ ¬l·i¬- ¬i ¬-i·n ¬º· ¬i ri ·ii+
·ss· - ¬(iºi¬ººi ¬i ·iln n·ii n - ¬il( ·¤i¤ilº¬ ¬-nini ¬ ·iiºn
- (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬i ¬i¬-ºi (« n¤i r + ªini -(i-·¤ lºi·ii ¬il(
·i¤i - (rºi·- i¤ ¬-¤l·¤i ¬ ¤( ºi · (ºi ¬niºi nºi(i ¬iº ¬· ln¬
·i ·-i¤iº ¬i («i¤i ri r ¬i·i ri l(¬il¬ni ¬i ¬i(· “i ¬i ¬i ·¤i¤¬
(«i(i l-¬i r +
·i· ¤¤ l·ºi¬ººi ¬i l(ºii ·i· ¤¤ l·ºi¬ººi ¬i l(ºii ·i· ¤¤ l·ºi¬ººi ¬i l(ºii ·i· ¤¤ l·ºi¬ººi ¬i l(ºii
·iiºn - ª¤ ª¤ ¬ ·i- ¤ºi¤ºi ( ºi r + ¤ri ¬i ¬i¬¬ ln¬ l(ºi¬n -
¬n ·¤ ¤ºi¤ºini ¬i - ª¤ ¬i·iiº ¤ (i· l¬¤i n¤i r + rº ¤¬ ¬i ¬¤·
¬n ·¤ ¬¤· ·i- ¬ ¬·¬iº ¬i¤ººi ¬º· ¬i ¤ººii ·iiºn ¬i - ª¤ ºil·n
ºri r + ·i- ¬i ¬·i ¤ri ¤ ·i ¬-¤ (i¤ -¬r( ¤i lº¬i¬· ¬ ·ri r + ¤ ·i
¬-¤ (i¤ -¬r( ¤i lº¬i¬· ¬i -·ii¤·i l¬¬i -ri¤ ª·i -rin ·i ¤i -ri·
¤º-¤ºi¬i ¬ riºi ¬i ¬ini r ¤º·n ·i- ·¤l·n ¤ ¬ ln ¬iº ¬-i¬ ¬ -·¤
-(i·iil(¬ ¬n ¬· ¬ ·¤(riº - ¬ ¤ ¬- rini ºrni r + ·i- l¬¬i ¬ ·(i¤
¬Ÿii ¬i ¤i l·in ·ri ¬ºni+ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬Ÿii ni ·i-i ¤ººi - (i·ii ri ¬-¤··
¬ºni r + ·i- ¬n ·¤(i ·i ¬ºini r + ¬(l¬ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ni ¬l·i¬iºi ¬ ( -(iº
¬i (¬iªii ¤º ªi·i rini r + ·i- ¤i ¬n ·¤(i ·i ¤iº-¤lº¬ni ¬i ¤i ·i¬ r
¬(l¬ ¬l·i¬iº (i ·i ¬ ·i·i - ¤lºlºin ri ri ¬ini r + ·i-i ¤ººi ¤i ¬n ·¤(i ·i
¬ ¬i(º¤¬ ¬l·i¬iº ¬r¬ ª¤ ¬ l-¬n ºrn r +
l(¬l¬n ¬i-il¬¬ ¬i(· - ·i- ¬·i ¬iº ºi·¤ ¬i ·¤(-·ii¬i ¬i
-(ª¤ l·lº¤n ¬º·i rini r + ¬·i ¬iº ºi·¤ ¤l( ¬¤·i ·i- ¤i ¬n ·¤ -i¬
nºr ¬ ¤i¬· ¬º n ni ¬-i¬ - ¬r¬ ¬iº -(i·iil(¬ ª¤ ¬ ¬ ªi ºii ln
ºr ni + (¬ºi nº¤ ¤l( ºi·¤ ¬Ÿii ¬i ¬ ·(i¤¬ººi ri ni ¤i¬ ln¬ ¬¬i·i·i
¤º ¤¬il·i¬iº ¬º¬ ·i· ¬i ¬ n r ri ni ni ¬l·i¬iºi ¬ l¬¤ ¬ ·i·i ¬¬¬i
¬r¬ ¤lººii- ri ni+ :¬ ¬ ·i·i ¬ l¬¤ ¬ ·i ¬l·(i¤ ri ¬i¤ ni+ :¬¬
¬-i¬ ¬i ¬ ªi ºii ln ªinº - ¤· ¬i¤ ni+ ¬ ·i ¬ l¬¤ ¬-¤÷ºi-¤i ¬i
l·-i ºi ri ni+ ¬-¤÷ºi-¤i ¬ ¬iºªii· ( ( · ri :¬l¬¤ ¤ -i ¬i ¤i ¬·i
(·i·i ri ni+ ¤ - ni r- ºii ·ri rin ¬n ¬in ¬i ¬iº ¬¤ºi·ii ¬- (i¤ ¤ (i
¬º·i ¬l·(i¤ni (· ¬i¤ ni+ ( lº(¬ -nº ¤º ni ¬- ¬ ¬- (i¤ ¬ l(lºi·-
-ri¤ ª·ii ¬ riºi ºii ln -·ii¤·i ¬ ·i- ¤º ¤ ·i:- · · ºi¬ ¬i ¬--n
¬-·ii¤ ¤ºi ·i ª¤ ¬ ¬ ·(i¤ ¬º¬iº ¬ ·(i¤ ¬ ·i ¬ ·(i¤ - (i ¬i -·ii¤·i
¬º¬ ¬il·i ¬ ¬-i·¤(i( ¬i -·iil¤n ¬º·i ¤irn r + :¬ -i·((i ri ¤i ¬·i
¬ ¬ ¤i¬¬i - ºi ·i ¤i:~· ¬iº¤iº ºi· ¤i · ¤i¬ · ºi· ¬iº· ni ¤i¬ · ºi·
ºi¬¤ ¬º ¤i¬ · ºi· n·ii ¬--n l(~·º(n ¬- (i¤ ¬l--l¬n r + ¤ ( ¤iº ¤r
·ri ¬i·n l¬ ¤r ¤i ¬·i ¬·nn :·¬ l¬¤ ·ii ·iin¬ l¬- ri ni+
l(º( ¬º¬iº l(º( ¬ ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ( ¬ ¬il( riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº l(º( ¬ ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ( ¬ ¬il( riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº l(º( ¬ ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ( ¬ ¬il( riºi ¬ ·(i¤ l(º( ¬º¬iº l(º( ¬ ·i l(º( - (i l(º( ( ¬ ¬il( riºi ¬ ·(i¤
l·¤¤ºi ¬i ·¤(-·ii l¬¬i ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·ii - l·¤¤ºi ¬i ·¤(-·ii l¬¬i ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·ii - l·¤¤ºi ¬i ·¤(-·ii l¬¬i ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·ii - l·¤¤ºi ¬i ·¤(-·ii l¬¬i ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·ii -i·( ¤ ¬ ln n·ii ¬-i¬ ¬i i·( ¤ ¬ ln n·ii ¬-i¬ ¬i i·( ¤ ¬ ln n·ii ¬-i¬ ¬i i·( ¤ ¬ ln n·ii ¬-i¬ ¬i
¬ ªi÷ºii ln ·ri ¤r ¤i ¬¬ni+ ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬ ªi÷ºii ln ·ri ¤r ¤i ¬¬ni+ ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬ ªi÷ºii ln ·ri ¤r ¤i ¬¬ni+ ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ¤i ¬·i ¬ ªi÷ºii ln ·ri ¤r ¤i ¬¬ni+ ¬ ·(i¤ l·¤¤ºi -·iil¤n ¬º· ¬i ¤i ¬·i
(·i· (i¬ ºi··· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i l(~·º(nº ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤i ¬·i ¬ (·i· (i¬ ºi··· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i l(~·º(nº ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤i ¬·i ¬ (·i· (i¬ ºi··· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i l(~·º(nº ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤i ¬·i ¬ (·i· (i¬ ºi··· - l(¬ ¬- (i¤ ¤i l(~·º(nº ¬- (i¤ ¬i ¬¤·i ¤i ¬·i ¬
l¬¤ l¬¬÷l¬¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¬º· ¤· ºr r :¬¬i ¤ºi ¬ ªii÷¬i ªii l¬¤ l¬¬÷l¬¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¬º· ¤· ºr r :¬¬i ¤ºi ¬ ªii÷¬i ªii l¬¤ l¬¬÷l¬¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¬º· ¤· ºr r :¬¬i ¤ºi ¬ ªii÷¬i ªii l¬¤ l¬¬÷l¬¬ ¤ ¬iº ¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¬º· ¤· ºr r :¬¬i ¤ºi ¬ ªii÷¬i ªii
· l(· ¬i:¬ · ¬¤·i ¤ · l(· ¬i:¬ · ¬¤·i ¤ · l(· ¬i:¬ · ¬¤·i ¤ · l(· ¬i:¬ · ¬¤·i ¤-n¬ -n¬ -n¬ -n¬ “...And you shall be set free” - l(¤i r + - l(¤i r + - l(¤i r + - l(¤i r +
¤-nn ¬ ªi ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ¬i-ni :¬i ¤-n¬ ¬ ri ¬i n: r + :¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¤-nn ¬ ªi ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ¬i-ni :¬i ¤-n¬ ¬ ri ¬i n: r + :¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¤-nn ¬ ªi ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ¬i-ni :¬i ¤-n¬ ¬ ri ¬i n: r + :¬ ·i· ¤¤ ¤-nn ¬ ªi ¬i ¬l·i¬i ºi ¬i-ni :¬i ¤-n¬ ¬ ri ¬i n: r + :¬ ·i· ¤¤
¬i ¬¬inº ¬º¬ ·i· ¤¤¬ilº¤i ¬i ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ (iº - (ni·i ¤-nn ¤-n¬ ¬i ¬¬inº ¬º¬ ·i· ¤¤¬ilº¤i ¬i ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ (iº - (ni·i ¤-nn ¤-n¬ ¬i ¬¬inº ¬º¬ ·i· ¤¤¬ilº¤i ¬i ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ (iº - (ni·i ¤-nn ¤-n¬ ¬i ¬¬inº ¬º¬ ·i· ¤¤¬ilº¤i ¬i ¤i ¬·i¬i ¬ (iº - (ni·i ¤-nn ¤-n¬
¬i - ª¤ ¬ª º¤ r + ·iiºn ¬ ¬ni n¤ln ºi¬·ni ·i- n ª ¬-i¬ ¬ ¬i - ª¤ ¬ª º¤ r + ·iiºn ¬ ¬ni n¤ln ºi¬·ni ·i- n ª ¬-i¬ ¬ ¬i - ª¤ ¬ª º¤ r + ·iiºn ¬ ¬ni n¤ln ºi¬·ni ·i- n ª ¬-i¬ ¬ ¬i - ª¤ ¬ª º¤ r + ·iiºn ¬ ¬ni n¤ln ºi¬·ni ·i- n ª ¬-i¬ ¬(¬ n·ii (¬ n·ii (¬ n·ii (¬ n·ii
¬( (·ºii¬ l(ri·i ¬i ¬i·¬iºi rn ¤iº ¬i ¤ ·- ¬i :¬ ¤-n¬ - l¬ªi ¬( (·ºii¬ l(ri·i ¬i ¬i·¬iºi rn ¤iº ¬i ¤ ·- ¬i :¬ ¤-n¬ - l¬ªi ¬( (·ºii¬ l(ri·i ¬i ¬i·¬iºi rn ¤iº ¬i ¤ ·- ¬i :¬ ¤-n¬ - l¬ªi ¬( (·ºii¬ l(ri·i ¬i ¬i·¬iºi rn ¤iº ¬i ¤ ·- ¬i :¬ ¤-n¬ - l¬ªi
l((ººi ¬i ¬ l·i·n ¬º¬ ¤-nn l¬¤i ¬i ºri r + l((ººi ¬i ¬ l·i·n ¬º¬ ¤-nn l¬¤i ¬i ºri r + l((ººi ¬i ¬ l·i·n ¬º¬ ¤-nn l¬¤i ¬i ºri r + l((ººi ¬i ¬ l·i·n ¬º¬ ¤-nn l¬¤i ¬i ºri r +
¤-nn ¬ ªi - ·iiºni¤ l¤n· ¬i ¬ (·i ·ii l(¤i n¤i r nil¬ l(r( ¬·
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