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chattels ‘The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings. The inherent virtue of Socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.’ -
-Winston Churchill, House of Commons, 22 October 1945
Sparky chattels if only the sun would rise in the West, I think we may be closer
Sparky chattels just found a 1945 penny... I think it is a great sign
chattels Sparky We must be close ! LOL
Sparky chattels ...well...closer...
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 9, 2019
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)
Sources are claiming the QFS has been operational since February 5 which was the Chinese New Year.
GESARA will not be officially/formally announced.
GESARA is a global vision, ideal that is being brought into reality by BRICS.
All that GESARA promises will be implemented worldwide over time to make it seem "natural" to the public.
All sovereign nations will have their own GESARA compliant laws.
GESARA cannot be simply signed as a single law for all sovereign nations.
JJonesMX: I found it curious (even IRAQ in a transitional stage) ....that Christine Lagarde; had no mention of IRAQ as an emerging country Amongst the other/s neighboring countries.... Time will tell
Laying the Foundations of Good Fiscal Management in the Arab World
By Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
Fourth Arab Fiscal Forum, Dubai
February 9, 2019
As Prepared for Delivery
Good morning--Sabah Al-Khair! I am delighted to be back in Dubai, this city of tomorrow, where you—its economic leaders—are dedicated to realizing the vision of a better tomorrow.
This vision is predicated on prosperity that is shared by all, benefiting the poor and the middle class, citizens and immigrants alike; and opportunities that are open to all, including women. It is a vision of fairness over cronyism and partiality, and of trust that government policy is oriented toward the common good.
The Proven, Reasonable and Totally Unsexy Secret to Success
By James Clear | Continuous Improvement, Goal Setting, Habits
There is a common phenomenon in the world of personal finance called “lifestyle creep.” It describes our tendency to buy bigger, better, and nicer things as our income rises.
For example, say that you receive a promotion at work and suddenly you have $10,000 more of income each year. Rather than save the extra money and continue living as normal, you're more likely to upgrade to a bigger TV or stay at better hotels or buy designer clothes.
Your normal lifestyle will creep up slowly and goods that were once seen as a luxury will gradually become a necessity. What was once out of reach will become your new normal.
Changing human behavior is often considered to be one of the hardest things to do in business and in life. Yet, lifestyle creep describes a very reliable way that human behavior changes over the long-term.
Banks Can Manipulate Your Transactions,
Then Charge You 1750% Overdraft Fee
By Will Chen
When Jeff Ledford overdrew $10 from his checking account, Bank of America charged him five separate overdraft fees totaling $175.
That's a 1750% interest for going over $10. (Jeff is unemployed, by the way.)
Your Bank's Dirty Trick
Jeff got screwed because his bank dealt with his charges out of order, processing the largest transaction first.
This common practice allows banks to deplete your account faster, thus making it easier for them to charge you unnecessary penalties.
Don961: Parliamentary Planning: The government sent 40 laws to parliament for approval
It revealed that the Planning Commission and the follow - up to the parliamentary government program to send the government about forty law to the House of Representatives issued during the next legislative term.
Member of the Committee MP Raed Fahmi explained that the most prominent laws are the Federal Law Council and retirement and traffic and other laws affecting the citizen as well as legislation that contribute to strengthen the performance of the government.
He pointed out that the next legislative term will see the passing of a number of outstanding laws in cooperation with the executive branch in order to support the implementation of the government program.