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The Future of your country?..ask and I will tell you,...

 
Earnest
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GAIA MAN:

I am having very troubling dreams about the 24th of October. I cannot remove them. How do you deal with such things when your heart breaks at things you don´t want to see or hear?

Have you any idea what will happen?

Earnest
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Will anything happen in Ireland??

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It will rain a lot, and people will burn a strange fuel on their fires called turf !
There will be many people who will have trouble standing up, especially on friday and saturday nights.

Take care Betty.

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What´s in store for the future of South Carolina?
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Sadam update

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Posted on Sun, Oct. 09, 2005

Saddam may face execution before standing trial on all charges

By Nancy A. Youssef

Knight Ridder Newspapers

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Saddam Hussein could be executed before the Iraqi Special Tribunal finishes charging him with all his alleged crimes, a source close to the tribunal said Sunday.


For members of some groups allegedly abused by Saddam, the possibility that he´d not face their allegations drew mixed feelings.


His first trial, along with seven co-defendants, is set to begin Oct. 19. It will weigh charges that they massacred 143 people in Dujail, a predominantly Shiite town north of Baghdad, in 1982 after a failed assassination attempt. If convicted, Saddam could be sentenced to death.


On Sunday, officials began releasing more details of how the court will operate. Instead of a jury, a five-judge panel will hear the case and one will be the presiding judge. The defendants will be charged together, unlike in U.S. courts.


Each defendant will have his own attorney, an official close to the tribunal explained, and the judges may reach a different verdict for each. The official asked not to be identified because he is not authorized to speak publicly for the tribunal.


Once the court is finished with the first case, Saddam will likely face another trial for allegedly committing similar crimes in other communities, mostly Shiite Muslim and Kurdish areas, the official said. Saddam is a Sunni Muslim, the minority sect predominant in Iraq during his dictatorship.


If he is sentenced to death in the Dujail case, he will also begin his appeals process, the official said. Should he lose his appeal, he´d be executed 30 days later.


That could occur, the official continued, "before all the cases have been decided."


On the first day of the trial, the court will likely inform the defense council on how the court will work, read the charges to the defendants, hear from the defendants and address other court matters, according to the official.


But "I don´t think you are going to see them enter a plea," the official said.


The official could not say how long the trial might last.


So far, the Iraqi public has heard little about the case other than pleas by Saddam´s lawyer for more time. In an interview last month with Knight Ridder, Saddam´s lawyer, Khalil al-Dulaimi, said the proceedings would be "a political trial and not a legal trial."


Reactions were mixed among Kurdish and Shiite National Assembly members Sunday to the possibility that Saddam might be executed for just one of what they say were hundreds of brutal acts.

"We want Saddam to be tried for each case. However, we want the procedures to be quick," said Baha Araji, a Shiite assemblyman said. "We want them to carry out the capital punishment as soon as possible."


But Kurdish member Abdul Khaliq Zangana disagreed, saying: "We want him to be tried for all these crimes and not only for Dujail. We do not want him to be tried for one and let off for others.


The court rules are based on a statute written while the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority led the country. Officials handed the procedures to an Iraqi-led government in June 2004.newsflashnewsflash
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10/10/2005 10:38 PM
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OK Gaia man I´m with you here...

Austin, Texas

little blue dot surrounded by a sea of red.

where Tom Delay was indicted this week.

what of the great city of austin?

and it´s inhabitants?

G eneralist
O f
A ll
T rades
susano
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hey, Gaia Man - cheer
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Gaia,

Will you tell us when to RUNNNN!!?

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Merkel emerges as new face of Germany By DOUG SAUNDERS

Tuesday, October 11, 2005 Posted at 2:56 AM EDT

From Tuesday´s Globe and Mail

Three weeks after Germans voted in a deeply indecisive national election, the battered leaders yesterday emerged from lengthy secret negotiations and stitched together a government in which conservative Angela Merkel, the country´s first female chancellor, will lead a cabinet comprised mostly of ministers from her left-wing opposition.

Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder yesterday announced his resignation, after seven years of governing Germany in a coalition with the Green Party amid a growing economic and fiscal crisis.

In exchange for his agreement to cede power, he left behind a highly unusual "grand coalition" in which his Social Democrats will hold eight top cabinet positions, including Finance and Foreign Affairs, under the leadership of rival Ms. Merkel and her Christian Democrats, who will hold seven, including Economy and Defence. Neither party attracted much more than a third of the votes in the Sept. 18 election.

Ms. Merkel, who is both the first woman and the first citizen of the former East Germany to lead the country in its modern history, allowed herself the slightest smile as she announced the coalition yesterday.

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She said that she felt "very good," and optimistically described the arrangement as "a coalition of possibilities."

But it could equally turn out to be a recipe for political deadlock. Members of the Social Democrats hinted yesterday that they were furious that Mr. Schroeder had allowed their party to form a government led by Ms. Merkel, whom they often liken to Britain´s Margaret Thatcher for her economically conservative views. They suggested that they may block the arrangement with votes in the legislature.

But the parties are not terribly far apart in their views on economic reform, and many observers speculated that such a coalition might make possible the sort of reforms to social programs and taxes that would otherwise have been blocked in partisan bickering.

Indeed, markets responded positively to the announcement yesterday, with most major German shares rising on the news and the euro rising against the U.S. dollar.

During his seven years in government, Mr. Schroeder had launched controversial cuts to the German unemployment-insurance system, which was designed for the full employment of the 1970s boom but proved unaffordable under the high unemployment levels that came after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Ms. Merkel has pledged even more dramatic changes, though it is unclear just how different her reforms would be from those of Mr. Schroeder, who had already initiated cuts to corporate taxes. She pledged yesterday that she would make it easier for German companies to hire and fire workers, a controversial change that many consider vital to ending the unemployment crisis, but which Mr. Schroeder had not been able or willing to implement.

"Both parties are showing that they take the wish of the electorate seriously, which is to create better conditions for the people of Germany," Ms. Merkel said yesterday. "There is no alternative to a reform course in Germany, this is clear to both of us."

Key to her plans will be her choice for Economics Minister, Edmund Stoiber, the Christian Democrat governor of Bavaria, the most economically successful of Germany´s 16 provinces.

"There has to be work with the unions [to create labour flexibility], reform of the tax structure, income tax, employment conditions related to holidays, parental benefits, family benefits, mothers with children -- all of this is up for negotiation," she continued.

Another key difference between the two parties is their stand on the United States. Mr. Schroeder had played heavily on German anti-American sentiments about the Iraq war, which Germany opposed, while Ms. Merkel had boasted of her cordial relationship with U.S. President George W. Bush and pledged closer ties.

But Social Democrats were already hinting yesterday that they would moderate or block her most conservative option.

"We have to make sure the coalition ensu
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The Lone Ranger worship the Gaia Man
You are so cool2
You whip kick ass with your unrivalled knowledge he at glp.
Mr Gaia Man are you running for gwdance in 2008...if we get that far.

Hey, once again awesome postings GM

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10/11/2005 05:31 AM
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Gaia man, salamat sa vision mo tungkol sa Pilipinas. Totoo ang sinabi mo na talagang may terror threat sa Manila. Nagkatotoo ang vision mo sa Bali, Indonesia na isa na namang terror attack. Ngayon ay nagdadasal ako araw- araw para maligtas sa bombing attack ang Manila at ito ay dahil sa iyong nakita na pinaniniwalaan ko kaya ako ay nagdadasal para huwag naman kaming mapinsala.

Salamat uli sa iyo at mabuhay ka!

I am grateful for your advice!

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Gaia Man,
Thank you. But of all things to come - it is imposiible to see it all.

More over- they constantly change, the flashes of the future.

You try to help here "one" soul, while in Pacistan they lost one generation.

Think about.
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thank u gia man for your reply...everything u have said has been right.

Its veryu interesting in respect of the cold as you have said it and so has main stream news. we will have to start preparing, we have already started stocking up.

i am assuming services and businesses will shut down so really need to be prepared.

v interesting about old trafford, do u think this will be soon, will many people suffer? can u tell me anymore.

there is an important event coming up in december....will all be ok?

thanks again for your time
Gaia Man

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Earnest
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GAIA MAN:

I am having very troubling dreams about the 24th of October. I cannot remove them. How do you deal with such things when your heart breaks at things you don´t want to see or hear?

Have you any idea what will happen?

Earnest
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Dear Soul,

Sometimes you need to protect yourself.
Disconnect and go to the mountains, forest
or the open field! But stay alert on things
to come. You have to allow your self some
breathing space. I will allow me this very soon.
We will see which way all will go.
This thread will soon see 100 pages, the time for me to take a break.
But go on with your life. Your book has not finish yet.



Take Care, Earnest
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hello Gaia Man,
do you see a hurricane hitting the east coast of the US later this month? Will it be bad like the first two and will it hit Georgia?

Will that be the devestation to the US economy that is coming?
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No. The rise in the price of oil, the withdrawal of Chinese investment propping up the dollar and the collapse of the credit markets will see to that.
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Gaia Man, Would you please look at Bermuda and tell us what you see. Will it be a safe place?
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Gaia Man, you resonate with such sweetness. How lucky we are to have you here.

May I ask about my home - west Michigan, specifically, Grand Rapids/Grand Haven? I saw earlier that you said the Great Lakes would be small. How come? It would seem as though with all the ice melting, it would be the reverse. There´s one scenario I can think of, for the water to drain, but I don´t know if it´s really possible, so I´ll wait for your opinion.

Be good, do good, be one :)
- Kirpal Singh
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G´day Gaia Man, first of all I´d like to thank you on behalf of everyone here, including the naysayers, for your shared wisdom and intuition.

My question to you is regarding Vietnam and what will become of my beloved country. My country has been torn apart by politics and foreign influences ever since its birth and we have hardly seen any form of true peace and tranquility. There is alot of corruption and greed there at the moment which is why I fear for my Vietnam´s karmic consequences. So give it a go if you can Gaia and please tell me what you see be it good or bad.

I thank you in advance, wise one.
Viet Soul
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Hello Gaia Man,
I want to know about the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. It covers From Laredo, Texas to Brownsville, Texas or to make it easy for you it is the southern part of Texas that shares borders with Mexico.
I appreciate your help Thanks.
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Dear Gaia man,

Can you recommend any good books or links where we could study more about important issues...spiritual growth etc.
(I don´t have the Bible in mind)

All the best for you!
David Light Jedi

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Cran,

I really reccomend checking out something from the Hare Krishnas.

They are very much into reincarnation and karma and such....

It is fascinating stuff, was into it recently.

Take care.
David.
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Autobiography of a Yogi
(Original 1946 Edition)
by Paramhansa Yogananda
Online copy @

[link to www.crystalclarity.com]

The Celestine Prophecy - James Redfield

Journey of Souls - Michael Newton

As a man thinketh - James Allen (free online)

Conversations with God - Neil Donald Walsch

The Biology of Belief - Bruce Lipton

Human Devolution - Michael Cremo
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Old post regarding earthquake in Pakindia____________________________________________________


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Why was India skipped? Can you please tell us about India?
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INDIA,

Earthquake!!
Big, but not sure when!

I come back on India, because its special.
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Gaia Man said in earlier post that the great cold would be coming, now this: "This Coming Winter Will Be the Coldest in Recorded History"

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GAIA right again just heard Clinton will become head of UN
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Hey people,

unless you´re in the know, you may not be aware of how deeply fukked we are if this megalomaniac Clinton, the mass-murderer, the child-rapist and pathologic liar is elected as head of the UN...

Do your research...





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