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Full Coverage: G8 At Gleneagles (Part 1)

Full Coverage: G8 At Gleneagles (Part 1)

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among GE crops ( Predicts G8 Will Refuse Poverty Relief For Africa - LONDON — The front page of the June 12 Observer announced, “$55bn Africa debt deal ‘a victory for millions'”. The “victory for millions” is a quotation of Bob Geldof, who said, “Tomorrow 280 million Africans will wake up for the first time in their lives without owing you or me a penny...” The nonsense of this would be breathtaking if the reader's breath had not already been extracted by the unrelenting sophistry of Bob Geldof, Bono, Prime Minister Tony Blair, British treasurer Gordon Brown, the Observer et. al. See... John Pilger: G8 Will Not Ease Third World Poverty

  • The White HOuse - Bush & Blair Discuss Africa, Trade, Climate Change

  • Chossudovsky - Live 8 As Corporate Media Bonanza

  • Mary Pitt - What If…

  • Guest - A Paradigm shift in Policy mechanisms for Kyoto

  • Scoop Audio: Scoop and 95bFM discuss G8 (July 7 05)

  • See also more - earlier - Scoop G8 comment BELOW
  • Greenpeace - Green groups urge G8 to ignore Bush not climate

  • Oxfam - Oxfam to G8 Leaders: “Don’t forget trade reform”

  • UN - Donor Fatigue Could Lead to Deaths in Ethiopia

  • UN - UN Urges G8 Leaders to Step Up on HUnger, Climate

  • UN - Just Miles From G8, UN Holds C8 Children’s Summit
  • Norm Dixon Explores The Flaws In The G8 Poverty Deal - The mass media hype about “a new deal between rich and poor”, in response to the powerful Group of Eight industrialised countries’ plan to cancel multilateral debts owed by 18 mainly African countries, has led many people to believe that a new era of international social justice has dawned. The deal is expected to be ratified by G8 leaders in Scotland on July 6-8. See... G8: How The Rich World Short-Changes Africa

  • John Roughan - Make Poverty History!

  • Martin Lefevre - Martin LeFevre: Vultures at Gleneagles
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