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Tuvalu : Another threatened island group due to Global Warming. Tuvalu consists of six true atolls and three reef islands that has a population of 11,636 that was estimated in 2005. The highest point in the country is less than five meters above sea level, but most of it is less than a meter above. In 2003, Saufatu Sopoanga, Prime Minister of Tuvalu, told the United Nations General Assembly: "We live in constant fear of the adverse impacts of climate change. For a coral atoll nation, sea level rise and more severe weather events loom as a growing threat to our entire population. The threat is real and serious, and is of no difference to a slow and insidious form of terrorism against us." Read more:
Dear temesgen, Tomorrow, Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will take the stage at the United Nations General Assembly. As always, he will smile his evil smile as he denies the Holocaust, condemns America, threatens Israel and lies about his nuclear weapons program. He smiles because he knows that he’s getting away with it. Enough is enough. The time has come to wipe that smile off this monster’s face. Diplomacy hasn’t stopped him. Sanctions haven’t stopped him. The United States must draw him a bright red line. We must make clear to the Iranian regime that the U.S. will never permit Iran to acquire a nuclear weapons capability. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has repeatedly stressed the importance of placing such a red line before Iran. And both houses of Congress have now passed resolutions endorsing the clear red line of preventing Iran from obtaining a “nuclear weapons capability.” But for these resolutions to have their maximum impact, the Obama Administration must follow Congres ...
Prime Minister Netanyahu Calls on the World to Protect Itself Standing before the United Nations General Assembly, Israel's Prime Minister demonstrated that the radical Islamic regime in Iran has entered the final stage toward attaining a nuclear weapon. In a dramatic presentation, Benjamin Netanyahu urged the world to put Iran on notice: by drawing a Red Line that Iran must respect or face world action. You can watch Prime Minister Netanyahu's compelling address. Prime Minister Netanyahu cited President Kennedy's heroic stand against Communist Russia installing weapons in Cuba. This Red Line stopped the spread of missiles, and led to decades of peace. Prime Minister Netanyahu urged President Obama and the rest of the world to follow Kennedy's example, before it is too late. Secure America Now is broadcasting Prime Minister Netanyahu's message across TV Ads. Many of you have asked us what you can do. Almost 10 days ago, we committed to spending 1 Million dollars to air this ad in Florida. Thanks to you, o ...
the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, told the United Nations General Assembly today
"... I want to agree with previous speakers that the 21st century is indeed an African century. As also referred to by my brother the President of Ghana, out of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world last year, 6 were Africans and I should mention, Ethiopia is among the sixth. Africa is indeed changing, and changing for the better. There is no greater Human Rights violation than attempts to put obstacles to the success of this ongoing transformation of Africa which would have enormous salutary implications for hundreds of millions of Africans." - H.E. Mr. Hailemarim Desalegn, Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia General Debate of the 67th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 28 septemebr 2012 (about an hour ago)
From my friend Chaplain Bill Herrmann: In these Last Days & Endtimes in which we are living very rarely will we be able to say where we were and what we were doing when an historic, if not prophetic occasion unfolds before our very eyes. Today after noon sometime such an occasion will take place, when the Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu will speak before the United Nations General Assembly on the matter of the Islamic republic of Iran and it's hellbent efforts to acquire Nuclear Weapons. In the atmosphere of Israel watching Islamic unification unfolding while simultaneously observing her adversaries gathering and encompassing about the tiny Jewish State of Israel, the tragic reality of that situation is that never before under any circumstance has Israel felt as alone as she must feel now in these tumultuous days . Geopolitically isolated, ostracized and marginalized by her Enemies, surrounded on almost all sides,and facing the threa t of a 21st Century holocaust if the Isl amic Republic of Ir ...
Arnold Toynbee (1889-1975) said, "The nations are ready to give the kingdoms of the world to any one man who will offer us a solution to our world's problems." The first president of the United Nations General Assembly, Paul-Henri Spaak, who was also a prime minister of Belgium and one of the early planners of the European Common Market, as well as a secretary-general of NATO, affirmed, "We do not want another committee, we have too many already. What we want is a man of sufficient stature to hold the allegiance of all the people and to lift us up out of the economic morass into which we are sinking. Send us such a man, and whether he be God or devil, we will receive him."
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