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Expropriation Government The process whereby a government may transfer ownership of privately-held units to itself; the government then assumes either partial or complete responsibility for managing and controlling the expropriated enterprise

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Q. What drug do you feel is the largest threat to our nation? There are lots and lots of drugs easily available to man kind. What drug do you feel is the largest threat to our nation?

A. Hydrofluosilicic acid which is a hazradous waste byproduct of the phosphate industry used to fluoridate water in two thirds of this country! Even if you don't have it in your community, processed foods mafe in cities that do will have it. I could list for days how this is a "drug". It has political roots as to why it is even used in the first place and it does NOT help with tooth decay, FACT! It leaches calcium out of the bones. Many are told they have osteoporosis when in could be osteosacoma that they have. It builds up in your bodies and can cause cancer. If this substance was not sold to municipalities for drinking water, the phosphate industry would have to dispose of it as a hazardous waste product which would cost millions yet they sell it to cities for their water supplies and make a very handsome profit!
Interesting to note, "fluoride" was used by the Germans to make the Holocaust submissive! Hmmm.. wonder what the real reason is for putting it into our wa

Q. Is anyone a memeber of the NAtional Fibromyalgia Association? Hi everyone. i was wondering if anyone was a memeber it is 20 dollars for a basic memebership and 25 for an online. ALso does anyone subscibe to the Fibromyalia AWARE magazine? I looke dthis info up online and am just wondering if it is worth the cost. Any input would be appreciated.

A. It sounds to me that it's worth being a members of this organization. You can receive a lot of information and guidance. This way you can also help others. Thanks for the excellent link Dagmar.

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There was a similar sentiment here to that which had been expressed about the earlier question on rail renationalisation.
A number of foreign firms, including Mexican cement giant CEMEX, are locked in appeals processes against renationalisation.
Eight foreign firms at least, including Mexican cement giant CEMEX, are locked in appeals processes against renationalisation that they hope will allow them to maintain their investments in the country.
General Secretary Bob Crow said: "This poll, revealing that a massive majority of the public support the renationalisation of the railways, shows that the Government are miles out of step with the voters when it comes to the crucial issue of who owns and runs our transport services.
Since renationalisation, Entel has been expanding its mobile network under a project known as Territory with Total Coverage, aimed at providing telecom services to all Colombians, including those living in small rural villages.
He has pledged to put transport, and the renationalisation of our railways, right at the top of the agenda.
It highlighted Corbyn-era Labour policies such as state bank investment in public services, renationalisation of the railways and a promise to build 500,000 council homes as reasons for supporting the party.
The idea of renationalisation will put industries back into the hands of monopoly trade unions, cost billions and will certainly not improve prices or service.
Our focus on wealth taxes, renationalisation of the railways and a citizens' income appeal strongly to traditional Labour voters.
What investors fear above all is a renationalisation of energy policies.
Some observers see this decision as a signal of the renationalisation of energy policy, at a time when the Commission ceaselessly reminds the capitals of the need to finalise the single energy market no later than the end of December 2014.
While there are many attractive features of the market there is downside, not least the potential for heavy-handed government intervention, which has included threats of renationalisation in 2013.