Archives for December 2009
It's finally over, the unspeakable Copenhagen Summit. What prevailed there for a mess: The press was able to move only be restricted if it was because ever admitted. The politicians present were moving toward each other, then back away from one another (as long as you can the thinned rapporteurs believe), then yet to attain a minimum consensus (which was once celebrated by Mrs Merkel as a success - hm, whether it has since probably confused something and assumed that soon again pending elections?).
The many activists before a closed door were the most active, but shame to the energy used when the ideals are wrong. This entry »
Have you noticed it: The Swine Flu * is largely disappeared from the media coverage (leaving aside from Oliver Pocher self-promotion on the occasion of his alleged infection from). Strange, where we're supposedly in the midst of a pandemic - and why even President Obama declared a national state of emergency had. Though it might be that the "authorities" of the burgeoning opposition to controversial vaccines and suspected forced vaccinations has become too hot, maybe even came up afraid of dozing mass could still stand out quite different contradictions?
In fact, as some smoldering fires more or less underground: This entry »