Monday, May 31, 2004

Brazil: Its not a good thing when even your country's army is worrying about drug gangs taking their weapons. Congo: Fighting again breaks out between armed forces and what is described as rebel soldiers. But more importantly, Sum 41 has escaped Congo with UN help. EU: Job going to eastern part of the newly expanded EU is giving people heartburn. Mexico: President of Mexico, Vicente Fox says he will meet regularly with France/Germany/Chile/Spain about Iraq. When did Mexico become so important that its sticking its nose where it doesn't belong? This is the big problem over the last couple of years, some countries don't seem to know their pecking order position in the world. Mexico is one of them. EU wants to expand its "world wide influence" and this summit is supposed to be the beginning of it,because the domination of America scares them. I could just throw this away as a bunch of socialists getting together puffing out their chests. EU elections: UK Postmen can decide not to deliver what they believe is extreme political parties election leaflets. This is horrible, just because you may not like a certain political party politics, it is a form of censorship to in anyway delay delivery of the leaflets to mail customers. This is a bad policy. Live Aid II: The Sun is reporting Bono is going to announce Live Aid II to help ease 3rd world debt, Bob Geldof who created the first Live Aid to aid in easing starving people in Ethopia is denying he is helping with this and doesn't sound happy at all about it.

Geldof, the brains behind the original concert to relieve famine in Ethiopia, said in a statement: "I told the Sun this afternoon it was not true. This only serves to undermine the concerted efforts of those concerned with the tragedy of poverty in Africa."
I have to agree, the noble pursuit of easing 3rd world debt, doesn't have the same ring as saving starving people dying in Ethopia. This seems to be a egofest for Bono and all those who will be involved. White House: Gang Wars just minutes from the White House. CNN Headline News: I was amused by the fact Joel Cheatwood was hired by CNN to spice up Headline News, Now Tvinsider say his plans are to hire "...a diverse quartet of on-air types who have opinions to anchor a prime-time Headline show" and probably cut down on the way too busy graphic/newstickers you see on Headline news. Cheatwood greastest accomplishment still is late 80's WSVN 7 Station in Miami, that stations got huge ratings and pissed people off who were watching. It was basically news coverage presented in the most horrific tabloid presentation you could imagine. He is going to try the same thing to Headline news, but I doubt he can get the same success.

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