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G20 Nations Heavily Subsidizing Environmental Polluters

Despite experts recommending that G20 nations end these subsidies to coal industry on the grounds that promote the negative effects of climate change, industrialized countries continue to subsidize polluters. SIDNEY – Instead of investing in so-called clean energy sources Australia has offered 3,500 million euros annually for companies to explore and extract coal mines in the country. Subsidies will be given in the form of direct spending and tax breaks, according to a report released today. ...Read full article...

Naciones del G20 dan subsidios Multimillonarios a Indústria de Combustibles Fósiles

A pesar de que los expertos recomiendan que las naciones del G-20 acaben con estos subsidios a la industria del carbón con el argumento de que promueven efectos negativos en el ambiente, los países industrializados continúan subsidiando a los contaminadores. SIDNEY - En lugar de invertir en las denominadas fuentes de energía limpias Australia ha ofrecido 3.500 millones de euros anuales para que la indústria explore y extraiga carbón en el país. ...Read full article...

Bankers, Government Austerity: Seizure of public Property for Corporations

by Wayne Madsen Wayne Madsen Report June 15, 2011 What lies in store for Greece, Portugal, Spain, Ireland, Italy, and, in short order, the United States, is the wholesale sell-off of public property to private corporations at bargain basement prices. What the despots who gather in their secretive lairs at Davos, Cernobbio, Bilderberg, and G8/G20 are bringing about is a world where no property is owned by the state, ...Read full article...

IMF Robs Banks, Banks Assault Us

PrisonPlanet.com The global banking elite are preparing to assault Americans with two huge new tax increases as President Obama contradicts the assurances of White House aides and his own campaign trail promise by asserting that a VAT tax is still on the table, as the IMF outlines a new tax on financial transactions that is being hailed as a blow to the banks yet represents another stealth tax on ...Read full article...