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1  European POLICIES and ISSUES / Science - Health - Environment - Nature / Beltra's Death Hours After BNT/Pfizer... (and his Father's denonciation) on: August 01, 2021, 11:27:08 PM
Quote from: CatherineB on July 25, 2021, 03:41:19 PM
"...provient de la MEME Circonscription Electorale que l'infâme Mme Fioraso, ex-Ministre "Socialiste" de la Santé, comme lui maintenant, qui avait Notoirement imposé, entre autres, surtout les Manipulations Génetiques d'Embryos Humains (lors de la précedente Réforme de la Loi sur la BioEthique), pendant le quinquenat "Socialiste" d'Hollande !  Ainsi, tous les deux sont de Grénoble, lieu Notoire pour ses Lobbies Technocratiques du "Big Pharma", (déjà dépuis l'époque de "Synchrontron", pendant Mitterrand, etc), auxquels appartient, notoirement, aussi le Mari de Mme Fioraso, et environ 1 Heure seulement en voiture de Lyon, où est situé le Labo Bio qui a supervisé la Création du fameux Labo Chinois à WUHAN, soupconné par l'OMS et plusieuz autres d'être au Coeur du Réseau Multinational qui pourrait avoir Fabriqué Artificiellement le Virus mortel de la Pandemie du "COVID-19"...  => Alors, ..."Veran aux verrous ?" Déjà il y a eu une Perquisition de la Police chez lui, auparavent,  après une Plainte Collective des Familles de Victimes du Virus".


+ The Father of Maxime Beltra, the Young French who was Killed, with an Anaphylaxis Schock, Hours after getting the controversial Turko-USA "Vaccine" of BNT/Pfizer, strongly denounced those "Criminal, Corrupted Elits which empocket Billions $, as Pfizer, and prohibit available, already proven, Medical Drugs (as HCQ, etc), but oblige us to get such "vaccines" which have not yet been properly verified"...
2  European POLICIES and ISSUES / Culture - Art- Sport - Tourism - Leisure / : Ozil Anti-Black Racism reveals his Anti-German Hypocrisy... on: August 16, 2018, 07:16:13 PM
He "Failed" badly not only at the Mundial, but also, more recently, in the UK, where his current team, Arsenal, has just lost 0 - 2 in front of Manchester United :

- "Mesut Ozil ...Ambled his way through the game. No quality. No work-ethic. Nothing.", comments severely, "Daily Mail",
at :

3  European view on the WORLD / on Global ISSUES / Ban also Turkey = more Logical for US Measures against ISIS Terrorism ! on: February 02, 2017, 04:51:50 PM
Whatever Other Disagreements Western Countries might have vis a vis Iran, from various Differend points of view, traditionaly and/or nowadays,

you are Right to observe the Fact that, for new USA President Don Trump's main Aim to Free the World from the scourge of Islamist Terrrorism targetting and killing Civilian People, it's obviously Turkey which should be Included in the current Travel Ban.

May be, that strange Ommission could be due to the fact that, as it was precisely crafted in its Details, the Paper presented for signature by Trump seems to merely refer to an Older, pre-existing State Department List of Countries, already prepared, in the Past, by Obama's cronies...
4  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Fraud in US Presidential Election ? on: September 24, 2016, 06:13:49 PM

Astonishing facts reveal that Fraud is not only possible, but has even become recently Easier than before, particularly because of some controversial measures adopted recently by the out-going "Socialist" US President Obama, (from the same Dem. Party as Hillary Clinton), according to "SputnikNews" Press Agency, which cites even Attorney General, Lorretta Lynch's statements, (an Obama-appointed US Top Official).

Opposition GOP Party Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, (Conservative), had already warned about various such risks for the November 2016 US Election to be "Rigged", in one way or another.

In this particular case, Fraud and/or other serious Irregularities' Risks focus on the case of "Early" Voters, technically similar to (if not even more dangerous than) that of Voters "by Correspondence" or "Mail Voters", etc., which had notoriously provoked grave problems f.ex. in the 2005 UK Parliament Election, during the controversial former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's era, (which had to be checked even by the Council of Europe, whose "Liberal" Rapporteur found Frauds, Errors and discrepancies, but claimed that they were not enough in order to seriously alter the result), as well as in the more recent Austrian Presidential Election's 2nd round, (erroneously attributed to a "Green" Candidate), which was cancelled by the Supreme Court of Wien and re-scheduled for later-on, between October and December 2016.

=> But, who checks the seriousness of such alleged risks in the USA ?

See, f.ex. :
Comp. :
5  European POLICIES and ISSUES / Politics / Boris'After-BREXIT Speech on: June 27, 2016, 12:24:00 AM

I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe – and always will be : BORIS JOHNSON

Boris Johnson 26 JUNE 2016 • 10:00PM

This EU referendum has been the most extraordinary political event of our lifetime. Never in our history have so many people been asked to decide a big question about the nation’s future. Never have so many thought so deeply, or wrestled so hard with their consciences, in an effort to come up with the right answer.

We who are part of this narrow majority must do everything we can to reassure the Remainers

It has been a gruelling campaign in which we have seen divisions between family and friends and colleagues – sometimes entirely amicable, sometimes, alas, less so. In the end, there was a clear result. More than 17 million people voted to leave the EU – more than have ever assented to any proposition in our democratic history. Some now cast doubt on their motives, or even on their understanding of what was at stake.

It is said that those who voted Leave were mainly driven by anxieties about immigration. I do not believe that is so. After meeting thousands of people in the course of the campaign, I can tell you that the number one issue was control – a sense that British democracy was being undermined by the EU system, and that we should restore to the people that vital power: to kick out their rulers at elections, and to choose new ones.

I believe that millions of people who voted Leave were also inspired by the belief that Britain is a great country, and that outside the job-destroying coils of EU bureaucracy we can survive and thrive as never before. I think that they are right in their analysis, and right in their choice. And yet we who agreed with this majority verdict must accept that it was not entirely overwhelming.

There were more than 16 million who wanted to remain. They are our neighbours, brothers and sisters who did what they passionately believe was right. In a democracy majorities may decide but everyone is of equal value.  We who are part of this narrow majority must do everything we can to reassure the Remainers. We must reach out, we must heal, we must build bridges – because it is clear that some have feelings of dismay, and of loss, and confusion.

I believe that this climate of apprehension is understandable, given what people were told during the campaign, but based on a profound misunderstanding about what has really taken place. At home and abroad, the negative consequences are being wildly overdone, and the upside is being ignored. The stock market is way above its level of last autumn; the pound remains higher than it was in 2013 and 2014.

We should be incredibly proud and positive about the UK, and what it can now achieve. And we will achieve those things together, with all four nations united

The economy is in good hands. Most sensible people can see that Bank of England governor Mark Carney has done a superb job – and now that the referendum is over, he will be able to continue his work without being in the political firing-line. Thanks in large part to the reforms put in place by David Cameron and George Osborne, the fundamentals of the UK economy are outstandingly strong – a dynamic and outward-looking economy with an ever-improving skills base, and with a big lead in some of the key growth sectors of the 21st century.

We should be incredibly proud and positive about the UK, and what it can now achieve. And we will achieve those things together, with all four nations united. We had one Scotland referendum in 2014, and I do not detect any real appetite to have another one soon; and it goes without saying that we are much better together in forging a new and better relationship with the EU – based on free trade and partnership, rather than a federal system.

I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe, and always will be. There will still be intense and intensifying European cooperation and partnership in a huge number of fields: the arts, the sciences, the universities, and on improving the environment. EU citizens living in this country will have their rights fully protected, and the same goes for British citizens living in the EU.

British people will still be able to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and to settle down. As the German equivalent of the CBI – the BDI – has very sensibly reminded us, there will continue to be free trade, and access to the single market. Britain is and always will be a great European power, offering top-table opinions and giving leadership on everything from foreign policy to defence to counter-terrorism and intelligence-sharing – all the things we need to do together to make our world safer.

Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHS

The only change – and it will not come in any great rush – is that the UK will extricate itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this country – to pass laws and set taxes according to the needs of the UK.

Yes, the Government will be able to take back democratic control of immigration policy, with a balanced and humane points-based system to suit the needs of business and industry. Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHS. Yes, we will be able to do free trade deals with the growth economies of the world in a way that is currently forbidden.

There is every cause for optimism; a Britain rebooted, reset, renewed and able to engage with the whole world. This was a seismic campaign whose lessons must be learnt by politicians at home and abroad. We heard the voices of millions of the forgotten people, who have seen no real increase in their incomes, while FTSE-100 chiefs now earn 150 times the average pay of their employees. We must pursue actively the one-nation policies that are among David Cameron’s fine legacy, such as his campaigns on the Living Wage and Life Chances. There is no doubt that many were speaking up for themselves.

But they were also speaking up for democracy, and the verdict of history will be that the British people got it right.

6  European AGENDA / of European ORGANISATIONS / Re: Visa-Free for 80 Million Turks but No Armenians, Georgians, Ukranians, Russians+ on: May 03, 2016, 04:01:58 PM
EU Commission decided to postpone its Final Report on Ankara's demand for a Visa-Free status to 80 Millions Turks for mid-June.

=> Thus, in practice, Brittish People would Vote on the June 23 Referendum about staying inside, or leaving away from the EU, WITHOUT KNOWING what it means to, eventualy, have 80 Millions Turks comming and going, in and out of the EU, for 6 Months each Year... If, finaly, the EU Commission opens its doors for all the Population of Turkey, the Brits may find out what it really means only AFTER that Crucial Referendum..

It's true that, f.ex., UKIP's Chief Nigel Farage had immediately denounced that controversial EU - Turkey Deal, by stressing that the imminent Threat for 80 Millions Turks to have a Visa-Free entry into the EU was a sufficient and strong reason, in itself alone, for which the Brittish People should Vote for the UK to leave such an EU.
7  EU ELECTIONS / FORECASTS -POLLS - RESULTS / Since Schulz returned back to Brussels, ..... on: May 26, 2014, 04:39:24 PM
....EU Parliament's website started to take MEPs out from the EPP and "Others" categories, at its page on the 2014 EU Election Results, while, at the same time, it added more to Socialists, Greens, etc !

Certainly, a "coincidence" with his reported plan to try to forge a Soc - Lib - Green Aliance, in order to find a Majority of MEPs behind him, isn't it ?
8  European CITIZENS and FORUM / "European" HUMOUR ? / Obama finds Mandela's funeral ...amusing !.... on: December 17, 2013, 11:15:11 PM
... but Michelle does not...

(better late than never).....

9  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Turkish currency falls, Stock Markets down, Growth Slowing, Debt costs up. on: August 23, 2013, 02:03:22 AM
Turkish currency falls, Stock Markets down, Growth Slowing, Debt costs up.

The Turkish currency, Lira, fell down to the Lowest ever level since 1981, after having already lost more than - 10% since the beginning of this year, droping to the worst level in the last 3 Decades..

Central Turkish Bank has already spend more than 7,5 Billions $ since June into trying to alleviate Lira's fall, and is ready to sell another 350 Millions $ immediately.

Istanbul's Stock Market also fell down - 2% today, aggravating a previous fall of - 3,46% on Wednesday, totalling an overall Fall of more than - 8% since the beginning of this week.

The Fall of GDP Growth droped from some 8% in 2011 to less than just 3% expected for 2013

In a more Expensive Government Debt market, Turkey's ten year Borrowing rate surged Today for + 44 points Higher, after Turkish Bond Yield rose by more than + 50 % during the last three months.

According to many Analysts, Capital flows are due to be restricted and inversed, adding to Turkey's well known Weaknesses (such as a Current Account's Deficit, and External Credit dependance, etc), so that the next years are due to be "Bumpy".

But Ankara's authorities reportedly denied that a "Crisis" might be looming soon.

10  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Turkish Stock Market -16 % Fall since May ! on: July 18, 2013, 11:20:05 AM
The Turkish Stock Market fell fown for - 16 % since May, while even the Turkish currency, "lira" was falling - 7 %, and Inflation is expected to jump up to more than +7% for this year, (Monetary Depreciation reaching, thus more than - 14%). In addition, the Current Accounts' Deficit persists, 80% of it being supported only by Short-Term Lending from Abroad, which is notoriously Volatile, and, therefore, Unstable and Shaky, with  particularly Low Savings and/or Investment percentages, (smaller than in any other among  similar Countries)...
11  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Fall of Turkish GDP growth in 2012 Worse than expected:-70,2% Less than on 2011! on: February 18, 2013, 04:53:24 AM

Falling GDP growth's Downward trend in Turkey dropped Lower than expected on 2012 :

The recent U-turn in Turkey's GDP trend towards sharply Falling Downwards (See previous publications here+), droped even Lower than expected on 2012, where, instead of the +8,5% GDP of 2011, Turkey got even less than the +3,2% initially expected : only +2,5%, (i.e. representing an abrupt Drop of - 6 % GDP growth Less, (Losing about - 70,2% of what it was before !)  in just one year ...

This Aggravation was provoked while the Turkish Central Bank was making Desperate Attempts to limit Ankara's huge External Trade Deficit by pushing "High Borrowing Costs, in the first three quarters of 2012, to combat Inflation and Dampen domestic spending on Imports" (f.ex. from the EU, etc), which are reportedly "already Slowing".

Meanwhile, Turkish Exports on 2012 included Exceptional Gold trade to Iran, (Teheran's Islamist Government having bought some 11 Billions in Gold through Turkey last year, notoriously as a way to bypass the International Sanctions), which, according to Turkey's Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan, is "expected to Decrease in 2013", (i.e. relaunching the Turkey's External Trade Deficit problem).
12  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Turkey Trade Deficit -84 Billions $/Year (46,2%) despite Lira -20% Depreciation on: February 04, 2013, 03:33:37 AM
Turkey Trade Deficit - 84 Billions $/Year (46,2%) despite Lira's -20% Depreciation...

The Deficit in Turkey's foreign Trade persisted during 2012, reaching about  - 84 Billions $ per year.
One year ago, the Turkish Deficit was 77,1 Billions $ for 2011, ("when Turkey had the Second-Biggest Deficit in the World, behind the U.S."), according to a previous Bloomberg report.

For 2012, the Cost of almost Half (46,2 %) of Imports in Turkey are still not covered by Exports, despite a Depreciation of - 20% of Turkish Lira vis a vis the €uro, and - 23,3% vis a vis the Dollar, on 2011.

Turkey's continued Large current account Deficit, leaves its Currency Vulnerable to a sudden Loss of investor Confidence", EU Commission's latest Report has warned.

Nevertheless, there is also a sharp Fall of Imports from EU, USA and other Countries around the World, which droped Down - 3,7 % during last Month (December 2012), due to Weaker Turkish Demand because of Austerity Measures, Inflation, Unemployment, a decrease of Central Bank's reserves, and a growing Crisis on Foreign Debt, dangerously based mainly on Short Term Loans, as Simon & Poors have revealed.
13  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Turkish Economy Decline: Big CA Deficit -5,3% GDP Fall. Swaps' Yields Costs rise on: December 09, 2012, 02:24:27 PM

- "As Goldman Predicts DECLINE" in Turkish economy => "Sell (Turkish) Lira !" says HSBC, according to Bloomberg's latest headlines.

 - "The Cost of insuring Turkish Debt against Currency Losses is Rising", according to "Global Banks, including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS), HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA) and Credit Agricole SA predictions", it observes from the outset.

F.ex., "1 Year currency Swaps on the (Turkish) lira ... rose +14 basis points, since Dec. 4". (It is "used to Protect foreign Investors switching from dollars to buy Turkish bonds"). Thus, Turkey had "one of the most Expensive Currencies.. among 19 .. emerging markets this year", Bloomberg concluded.

Turkish Economy will sharply Fall Down for - 5.3% Less GDP this year from what it was in 2011, (i.e. from 8.5% to 3.2%, artificially maintained by dangerous short-term foreign credit, as Simon and Poors earlier revealed).

-“We expect short-term Depreciation...,” Guillaume Tresca, senior emerging- market strategist at Credit Agricole in Paris, said in e-mailed comments yesterday. The French bank Cut its forecast for the lira to 1.83 a dollar by March from 1.74, he said, citing ...“the Threat of rate cuts"..
Already, "the (Turkish) Lira Plunged - 18 %  against the Dollar in 2011, (after Basci cut his benchmark rate to a record low 5.75 percent in August)é"...

"Goldman Sachs forecasts ...see the (Turkish) lira Weakening in three months to 1.90 "...
The lira is “the world’s most overvalued currency” and “Investors need to recognize that at some stage they are likely to face Losses on  their Investments,”
a report from the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington said on Nov. 30.

- “Turkey’s situation has this element of Precariousness hanging over it.”

Peterson Institute Chairman Peter G. Peterson is co-founder of the Blackstone Group (BX) and was secretary of commerce under President Richard Nixon.

"... The (Turkish) Deficit ... was ... $ 77.1 Billion last year (2011), when Turkey had the Second-Biggest Deficit in the World, behind the U.S." !!..

The Shortfall may equal -6.3 % of GDP by year-end, according to the average of 15 economist estimates on Bloomberg. (That compares with ... a Surplus of + 4.5 %for .. Russia). 

 "Turkey’s economy ...pushed Yields on two-year notes ...524 basis points this year. ....(In) Brazil ...Yields fell 310 basis points".

"Bond Risk"

"Five-year Credit-Default Swaps on Turkey were 126 today. That compares with ...109 for Brazil".

("...prices show ...Perceptions for a Borrower’s Creditworthiness : ...Gains indicate the Reverse").

"The Extra Yield investors demand to hold Turkish Debt denominated in dollars rather than U.S. Treasuries, ...(was) 385 (points) at the end of last year, and compares with 189 for Russia, ...and 228 for emerging-market countries in Europe."

- “The Turkish economy still has some Problems, such as the Large current-account Deficit, which undoubtedly is Negative for the lira,” Stanislava Pravdova, an analyst at Copenhagen-based Danske Bank A/S (DANSKE), said in e-mailed comments yesterday. “We will basically keep our Bearish view on the (Turkish) lira.”

14  European view on the WORLD / on Geopolitical REGIONS / Turkish Economy Downgraded +Vulnerable to Short-term reFinancing Risks ( S&P) on: May 05, 2012, 07:05:27 PM
World famous Rating Agency "Standard and Poor's" downgraded Turkey's credit, and cited "concerns" about the situation of the Turkish Economy, whose current accounts' Deficit is large, Exports accounting only for a small part of its GDP (less than 24%), making Ankara "highly Dependent on Short-term Financing from Outside Turkey".

In consequence, Turkey became particularly Vulnerable to sudden ReFinancing Risks, and sudden Financial accounts' Outflows, S&P warned, expressing also concerns about Turkish Government's Debt.

Particularly when several Structural Weaknesses of the Turkish Economy, continue to put pressure to its outlook, it added, keeping a "BB" note for Turkey's devices, (which practically means that "it faces major ongoing uncertainties and exposure to adverse business, financial, or economic conditions, which could lead to .... inadequate capacity to meet its financial commitments").

The Turkish Government expected that Growth will Fall from 7% downwards to 4% this year, but S&P forecasts that Growth will be even Lower : only 2% in 2012.

Moreover, the IMF warned Turkey against rising Inflation, while consumer Prices rose + 11,1% from the beginning of this year up to April.

Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan angrily replied that Turkey does "not recognize", no more, "Standard & Poor's" "as a Rating Agency"....

(Source : AP+).
15  European POLICIES and ISSUES / Enlargement - Foreign Policy / Armenia=CoE Chair, Turkey=lira Falls,growth Drops,trade Deficit,Double Inflation on: December 24, 2011, 02:33:24 AM

In 1 year: Armenia = CoE Chairman, Turkey = Droping growth from 9% to less than 2%, Falling Lira, Lower Profits, Trade Deficit, Double-digit Inflation, etc., amidst growing Tensions

In just one  year, Armenia will take over PanEuropean CoE's Presidency, while, in the meantime, Turkey's Past growth is due to Drop dramatically in 2012 from previously 9% to less than 2%,  Falling perhaps even Lower on 2013, according to a sharp Downward Trend pushed also by a Heavy Trade Deficit.

Moreover, Turkish Lira "fell to the Lowest close on Record" compared to US dollar, with -1,2% less in just a few days, becoming "the 2nd-Worst performer this year among more than 20 emerging-market currencies (sic !), ... and its Decline has pushed up import Costs", denounced Bloomberg. Thus, worsening Inflation in Turkey grew up to the ...Double of what was expected : instead of 5,5%, Turkish Inflation exploded up to.. 9,5% !  In consequence, Turkish Banks' profit fell down to - 12% less this year, Ankara acknowledged on December...

Given the Unemployment in Turkey, the regional under-development, and the Tensions (even Military clashes between the Turkish Army and Kurdish Rebels reportedly striking  Army posts at the external borders with Iraq, where Kurds hold an Iraqi Regional Government, added to probable EU - Turkey Crisis expected in the middle of 2012 when Cyprus will take over EU Council's rotating Chairmanship, (etc), Ankara's Economy would apparently collapse if EU decided to Suspend, "Freeze", Cut or (totally or partially) Cancel the lucrative "Pre-Accession Aide" paid by EU Taxpayers' Money to the notoriously anti_Democratic, retrogradeTurkish Governement, (f.ex. after its current scandalous interferences, gross Insults and Slandering against France and other EU Countries, Israel, even Iraq, etc)...
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