Estonia - President Addresses General Debate, 74th Session Kersti Kaljulaid, President of the Republic of Estonia, addresses the general debate of the 74th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 24 -- 30 ...
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This excellent speech and clarifies Estonia's important position and modus operandi.
However, I don't understand what she means by "reducing global population by emancipating women."
Notice that she is speaking without notes, a very cerebral style.
Estonia's entire government is on line.
16 nations have biological weapons; 177 do not.
Draw a line between the 16 and the 177, and then make clear to the 16 that the 177 will not purchase their manufactured goods, and that they are isolated henceforth until such time as the 177 can ascertain that both the biological weapon research facilities and the arsenals are dismantled.
Why not make the same stipulation simultaneously that this would also apply to thermonuclear weaponry?
This would be clear to both the United States and China when all exports are declined.
Those 16 nations are Russia, China, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Cuba, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Canada, Israel, Libya, North Korea, South Africa, and Germany.
I live 38 miles from the Los Alamos Laboratories, considered the birthplace of the Thermonuclear Era. (Some might say that it began in the mind of Albert Einstein).
After 50 years of living in Santa Fe, I would not trust for one second any vaccine developed by William Henry Gates III and his wife Melinda Gates.
I would not trust the National Laboratories in New Mexico or any of the US's National Laboratories for anything like a test.
The headlong rush into mass hysteria in this regard serves only to bring profit to William Henry Gates III and his Foundation.
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