WERELD DICTATUUR CDA

#Geschikt #Ongeschikt

De politiek en hun achtergronden, nevenfuncties. Daar moet een eind aan komen.

Wanneer zorgen wij voor een menselijk, integer en eerlijk systeem?

💡💭 #Time4Change !

THE MONEY CRISIS

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Nederland exporteur van de multinationale kartels en supercorruptie…

Wereldwijd is sprake van ernstige verstrengeling van topbelangen (mooi woord voor corruptie), van
de politiek met Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, vele andere Grootbanken en Brits-Nederlandse mulitinationals, en met de hoogste regelgevende-sturende financiële instellingen zoals de B.I.S.
met z’n Bazel commissie, de FED en Trilaterale commissie

Dit zijn allen private (of niet wettelijk verantwoordelijk te houden) financiële topinstellingen en bedrijven. Zij bepalen en pushen de bancaire regels, en de wetten en besluiten in lidstaten en de EU. De rol van Nederland is indringend dominant.
De FED, ECB, EU, Wereldbank en het IMF kunnen niet anders dan ze overnemen, omdat dezelfde personen daar de dienst uitmaken (of via rechstreeks gelinkte vriendjes), en ook in de hoogste gouvernementele financiële instellingen zitten als een driehoeks-machtverhouding.
Het is een soort VOC-II roversbende. 
Hoe heeft alles zo ver kunnen komen…

Wereld-topfunctionarissen van CDA-huize bepalen en pushen werkelijk al…

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The minimum wage: A motor for growth or a brake on the economy?

Let’s share our thoughts on a Basic Income instead of minimum wages that exploits workers. Creating jobs vs Creative Freedom💡💭 #BasisInkomen #Time4Change

European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Written by Cemal Karakas

The minimum wage: A motor for growth or a brake on the economy? © gcpics / Fotolia.com

Setting minimum wages are a direct way for governments to influence wage levels. Even though they are one of the most analysed and debated topics in economics, their impact on (un-)employment, growth and poverty remains ambiguous. For some experts, the rise of minimum wages will lead to job losses, as it increases the cost of labour. Others argue that minimum wages not only prevent the creation of a ‘working poor’ class, but create jobs by increasing employee purchasing power. The empirical evidence from OECD countries does not provide a clear answer.

Over recent years, the focus of the debate has switched from the macro-economic effects to the social dimension of minimum wages. A statutory minimum wage is increasingly considered a useful tool to ensure fair wages and social inclusion.

The international financial crisis widened the gap on minimum wage levels between many…

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GOEDE DOELEN ALS GELDMACHINES

De Goeden Doelen Machine 🚩 #LeesTip #Ubuntu404 cc @Time4ChangeNL #GoedeDoelen #Transparantie 🌟

THE MONEY CRISIS

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Over de ‘zee’ van goede doelen waarin we kennelijk zo sterk moeten geloven is veel kritiek ontstaan. Fraudes, tonnen aan salarissen, disproportionele overheadkosten, vertrekpremies, grote lease-auto’s, panden op A-locaties, directe loyaliteit aan dictators, vrijwel de helft of meer van het vermogen belegd
en daarbij ook nog eens in uiterst controversiële zaken zoals clusterbommen, landmijnenproducten (onderzoek Zembla), zwaar vervuilende mijnbouw, tabak, kinderarbeid, en ga zo maar door.

Sindsdien zien we nóg pregnantere ‘salvo’s’ in reclameblokken, met continu nieuwe namen en ‘merken’. Er moet en zal véél geld ingezameld worden hoe dan ook, lijkt het. Sommige nemen de helft van ‘commercial breaks’. Gaat het geld naar de zgn. goede doelen, en hebben ze überhaupt positief effect?

Inmiddels moeten financiële jaarverslagen en salarissen gepubliceerd worden, maar zijn we dan klaar?
Bekende goede doelen worden hier doorgelicht. Schokkende bevindingen… erger dan voor te stellen…

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Zie verderop: Rode Kruis…

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Promoting sport for health in the EU

Time 4 Change

Time 2 Care

Health, Wealth in your hearts & minds!

❤️Sharing

#YesWeCare 💡💭 @heartgoals ❤️⚽️

European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Written by Anne Vernet

Promoting sport for health in the EU © michaeljung, Fotolia

The 2014 Eurobarometer survey on sport and physical activity highlighted persisting high (and slightly increasing) rates of physical inactivity in the EU, confirming the results of largely comparable surveys carried out in 2002 and 2009 (Rapid press release and memo 24/03/2014).

Lack of physical activity, which the World Health Organisation (WHO) identified as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality, has not only a significant impact on general health, but also considerable direct and indirect social and economic costs (due to health expenses, sick leave, etc.). According to a recent study, inactivity costs over EUR 80 billion per year to the EU-28.

In response to this challenge, the European Commission has launched an annual European Week of Sport to encourage more Europeans to engage in sport and physical activity (press release 11/06/2014). The idea for this initiative originated in the…

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State of the Union #SOTEU

The State of EU,

Many Challenges lie ahead. Transparency to regain trust. Less bureaucracy and a focus on sustainable energy chain in all of Europe at lowest cost and perhaps generating profit per EU Citizen.
Open up all negotiations on TTIP.

Facilitate a Eurozone Referendum on topics that affect people’s lives.
Reinforce tax on multinationals. Shut down loopholes and offshore accounts. Boost local economies through QE on a Micro level. Reshape the financial landscape. No more excess bonus cultures. Close down the inequality gap to increase a health & wealth balance. When people are given trust and basic needs, their insecurity will disappear. Collaboration between nations will improve.
Clear up messy foreign policy. Political or war refugees need to feel welcome but a huge financial input from the Arabic states is mandatory.
When 5 to 10 million need Refuge in the Eurozone (you do the math?) a rehabilitation/ education/ work program from 1 to 5 years.
Create a special basic income for them and also consider this for the Eurozone as a necessary foundation for humans in general.

We need to share and care more. The biggest transition is coming. In our Nations and the collective in the Eurozone. We are in this together.

We are Ubuntu (404) . We are one💡❤️💭

#Time4Change #Ubuntu404

European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Written by Aidan Christie

The US President’s State of the Union address has been an annual feature for generations. The corresponding speech to the European Parliament by the President of the Commission has a shorter history but its aim is essentially the same – to report publicly to parliamentarians, and to a broader audience of citizens, on the development of the European Union over the past year and on the executive’s main priorities for the coming year.

State of the Union SOTEU Daniel Noguero / European Union 2015, European Parliament

On Wednesday 9 September, as his maiden year as President of the European Commission draws to a close, Jean-Claude Juncker will give his first State of the Union speech to the European Parliament. He will use the opportunity to report on progress on his ten political priorities, set out in last year’s election campaign. Since the Commission took office in November, efforts have been…

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