RUSH TO PEACE, WHAT HERB THINKS (11/28/06)

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RUSH TO PEACE, WHAT HERB THINKS (11/28/06)

Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 12:29 pm

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Postby patientlywaiting on Tue Nov 28, 2006 1:37 pm

I read a lot here and post little. I've been really observant lately as I feel there is much to be absorbed. But this hit me like a ton of bricks. This is really going to begin...one short month and it could all begin as sudden as lighting hits the ground.

I did a lot of praying yesterday because I needed to refocus. We had a death in our family and some family issues and I kept working and going to school. I was overwhelmed. (Had been feeling extremely anxouis lately and attributed it to that). But instead of praying about it, I rationalized it and I took it all on by myself. When I realized what happened I felt so far away from God.

But I woke up yesterday, and well Herb's reports kind of gave me a kick in the pants so to speak. Thanks Herb, I needed that! Anyone else feel jolted to reality or is it just me?
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Postby Salty Skipper on Tue Nov 28, 2006 1:46 pm

Anyone else feel jolted to reality or is it just me?


I think that those who are paying attention are feeling it big time. I know I am. The Lord has quickened me.
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Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 1:51 pm

My condolences on the loss of your family member, Patientlywaiting.

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Postby D4Christ on Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:25 pm

This rush to peace was certainly echoed by Solana at his Euromed meeting. Here is the summary of his remarks: (link)

"It was our own European experience which led us to propose to you in 1995, with the Euromed Partnership, a multilateral approach. We all know that in today's world no-one can flourish alone while one's neighbours suffer setbacks, That is why our Euromed Partnership pursues the objective of a common area of peace, stability and prosperity. The European Neighbourhood Policy assists us in this effort.

Europeans and their Mediterranean partners share significant common challenges that affect their essential interests: unresolved conflicts; the rise of extremism and fundamentalism; the increasing role of non-state actors; the problems of modernization; the risks of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; the excessive role of violence and the weakening of diplomacy.

Overcoming old antagonisms and resolving current disputes, with absolute priority attached to a comprehensive settlement of the Israeli-Arab conflict, is necessary to confront the new challenges
with any chance of success
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Last year, at the Barcelona anniversary summit, we adopted the "Five Year Work Programme". Government and civil society expectations were high. Our societies are asking this from us that that we achieve and consolidate peace and that we tackle the urgent challenges we face in the area of economic and social development as well as of the environment. The scholarship programme is also something that we should bear in mind as being important.

Now, it is our responsibility to make sure that these expectations are met and that all citizens in our countries benefit from the results produced by implementing this programme. We cannot afford any more delay! It is for this reason that I congratulate the Finnish Presidency on the results of the
recent ministerial specialised conferences.

The political challenges before us remain huge. Terrorism, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, regionalised conflicts, organised crime: all these require a comprehensive regional approach towards their solution to be developed by reinforcing our political dialogue. In the long run, we need a Euromed Security Architecture in order to ensure that our efforts will be best coordinated and most efficient."
"1 Now, dear brothers and sisters, let us clarify some things about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and how we will be gathered to meet him....3 Don’t be fooled by what they say. For that day will not come until there is a great rebellion against God and the man of lawlessness is revealed—the one who brings destruction."

--2 Thessalonians 2: 1,3
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Postby bok on Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:41 pm

Salty Skipper wrote:
Anyone else feel jolted to reality or is it just me?


I think that those who are paying attention are feeling it big time. I know I am. The Lord has quickened me.


If we were to take a snapshot of the news stories from today and walk them back in time five or ten years, I think the religious leaders would be aghast. Hal Lindsay's hair would be on fire. Chuck Missler would be screaming from the rooftops. Chuck Smith would be calling in the whole congregation and telling them to get their affairs in immediate order.

You can't boil a frog if you throw him in boiling water, but if you turn up the heat while he's in water, he'll cook until he's dead. The frog is boiling and few (save the number of those on this and other similar sites) are noticing it.

I love the "birth pangs" analogy. It's so perfect. For nine months, that child is growing, and then, wham... the first contraction starts and when it does, the rest come like a flood until the end.

The contractions have started, and there are no stopping them.

Herb, you are doing an amazing job here of keeping the chronicles of this delivery. You have me captivated. Since 6/6/06, when I first found this site, I have checked in almost every day.

This has been a huge kick in the pants for me... changed my whole perspective on the world. I feel like an alien. I find myself having "end of the world" conversations with total strangers. It scares me that I might be turning into one of those guys on the street corner with a "THE END IS NEAR" sandwich board.

Reality is not what the world thinks it is... it is living in SURREALITY and largely oblivious to the implications of everything in the world today.

Thanks to you, Herb, and for the rest of the community here for making me feel a little less "nuts". It's good to know that there are people out there who are paying attention too. You are the virgins who brought the extra oil for your lamps, and the rest of the world has gone dark and give up waiting for the groom.
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Postby Salty Skipper on Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:46 pm

Bok, I think that most regulars here can relate to your post in a big way. I know I can. Wow. That's all I can say, WOW!
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Postby farmer on Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:55 pm

great post, :clap2: :yourock: bok!
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Postby 4givenmuch on Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:14 pm

Herb,

Bok is right! Thank you for staying in tune with God's Spirit and reporting what He puts on your heart!

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Postby RickA on Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:28 pm

Check out what Benita Waldner had to say...

EuroMed Foreign Affairs Ministerial Meeting
Tampere, Finland, 28 November 2006


Dear Friends,

We stand at an important juncture in our partnership. The means and mechanisms for an even closer and more comprehensive partnership are now available to us. But it needs our combined courage and determination to ensure that we realize our joint objectives and ambitions. We have in the Barcelona process a unique forum of discussion to help us address transnational and regional issues such as energy and transport interconnections and dialogue on collective peace and security as well as migration. And now we are developing the European Neighbourhood Policy as the framework for deepening bilateral cooperation with neighbouring countries in full coherence with the Barcelona process.

However, I am fully aware that if we want to exploit the full potential of that partnership, the resolution of the Middle East conflict remains paramount. We must maintain our resolve to achieve a lasting and just settlement consistent with the Road Map and to promote progress in the Middle East Peace Process on all tracks, Palestinian, Syrian and Lebanese. However, stalled or slow progress in that process must not be used as an excuse to hinder the necessary advances in our joint programmes. And I can tell you now that we are committed, despite the difficult regional situation, to implement the reform agenda that is so important for achieving our joint objectives of peace, prosperity and security for the region.

The Commission has followed with concern the series of events that have unfolded in Lebanon throughout the last weeks, and in particular the shocking assassination of Pierre Gemayel, Minister for Industry, on 21 November. The Commission condemns this horrible act of violence and trusts that the perpetrators will be brought to justice. It calls on all political actors in Lebanon and the region to exercise restraint. The Commission reaffirms its commitment to support the Government of Lebanon in its initiatives for reconstruction and reform. In August 2006 the Stockholm conference generated substantial resources for humanitarian aid and early recovery for Lebanon. A second conference is planned for January in Paris. In this conference we will highlight the importance of the socio-economic and political framework in which reconstruction will take place.

Despite a year that has witnessed some political setbacks the year has also offered much hope for the further development and deepening of our Partnership. This has been a year of ‘firsts’ in our relations with our Mediterranean partners. It was just a year ago that the heads of State and Government met for the first time, in Barcelona, to forge a 5-year working programme that would offer direction and determination to our relations; this year also saw the historic first ever Ministerial conference devoted to women’s issues with the successful outcome of the Istanbul meeting on ‘Strengthening the Role of Women in Society’; the Civil Forum that took place a few weeks ago in Marrakech was the first one to take place in a partner country; and this year also oversaw another first - the extension of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership to include an ongoing dialogue with the media.

These are certainly reasons to feel encouraged, while remaining cautious. And I would like to continue on a positive note. On my return to Brussels we will present an important Commission communication on ‘Strengthening the European Neighbourhood Policy,’which will obviously be of importance to almost everyone here today. We will confirm that the ENP is on track and working well and give a résumé of the progress made in the past two years in implementing the first jointly agreed ENP Action Plans.

Based on this assessment and on what I have heard from you over the last two years, the Commission will also propose that the EU ‘offer’ to its partners should be increased in order to better respond to your needs and demands – whether on the trade side or mobility of people, more cooperation on important sectors such as energy or increased exchanges between students. I am very keen to engage in a discussion with you over the coming months on the basis of the proposals contained in the Communication.

Let me reassure you that the Commission attaches great importance to the implementation of the Neighbourhood policy and the Barcelona Summit work programme. This importance can be measured by the significant resources attributed, under the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument, to promote mutually agreed reforms and modernization. They amount to €12 billion for the period 2007-2013, an increase of 32% in real terms. As well as this proposed amount for the future, the Commission aid to Mediterranean partners of €975 million for the year 2006 amply underlines the EU’s commitment to the region’s development.

Last year in Barcelona our Heads of State and Government agreed a far-reaching and ambitious Five-Year Work Programme to help us advance our relations and move closer to the realization of those objectives. Now, one year later the ‘end of term’ report can be marked as satisfactory progress, but still much work to be done. And that is what we are here to do today – to agree on the priorities and activities for 2007.

In the Barcelona Summit last November our countries, all our countries, agreed on a Euro-Mediterranean code of conduct on countering terrorism. This was a momentous achievement, but now we have to transform that code into concrete activities. Therefore, during 2007 we will hold Euromed seminars on the sensitive and associated areas of ‘the role of the media in preventing incitement to terrorism’ and also ‘how to ensure respect for human rights in the fight against terrorism.’ We will also look at human security issues and co-operation in the area of elections.

I have repeatedly underlined the importance of education as a priority sector in our partnership and as a key factor for development in the region. The Commission, therefore, is pleased to announce that it will launch a scholarship scheme in 2007 open to university students from Partner countries. And I am also delighted to hear that Egypt will host a Ministerial Conference on higher education and scientific research in the second half of next year. Next year will be a busy year for ministers in the region as we also we hold Ministerial meetings on the Information Society, Migration, Energy and Tourism.

But it is not only ministers who will be busy next year. As the recent successful outcomes of the Civil Forum in Marrakech and the women’s Ministerial in Istanbul illustrate we now have a vibrant, active and productive civil society in the region. The Euromed non-governmental platform is increasingly proving itself to be a reliable asset in our Partnership.

Although I would have expected more participation at a higher level, I was pleased with the successful outcome of the Istanbul ministerial on women. This conference was both timely and overdue. The agreed political declaration indicates the will of all 35 governments to work towards strengthening the role of women in society and of eradicating the inequalities in gender matters. And the Plan of Action, also agreed in Istanbul, must start as soon as possible.

Dear friends,

We have come a long way together and I know we can still travel further together towards the realization of our joint aspirations. The Commission is committed to that journey, one that we should all share with confidence and courage but not with complacency. Together we are stronger and I look forward to the continuation of this unique journey.

I thank you for your attention.

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Postby D4Christ on Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:00 pm

:snack:
"1 Now, dear brothers and sisters, let us clarify some things about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and how we will be gathered to meet him....3 Don’t be fooled by what they say. For that day will not come until there is a great rebellion against God and the man of lawlessness is revealed—the one who brings destruction."

--2 Thessalonians 2: 1,3
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Postby D4Christ on Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:02 pm

This one is for soundingthealarm, whose computer is acting up. Please pray that G-d will allow it to work soon...sounding is driving me crazy.

:snack:
"1 Now, dear brothers and sisters, let us clarify some things about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and how we will be gathered to meet him....3 Don’t be fooled by what they say. For that day will not come until there is a great rebellion against God and the man of lawlessness is revealed—the one who brings destruction."

--2 Thessalonians 2: 1,3
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:49 pm

These are certainly reasons to feel encouraged, while remaining cautious. And I would like to continue on a positive note. On my return to Brussels we will present an important Commission communication on ‘Strengthening the European Neighbourhood Policy,’which will obviously be of importance to almost everyone here today. We will confirm that the ENP is on track and working well and give a résumé of the progress made in the past two years in implementing the first jointly agreed ENP Action Plans.

Ah, this sounds like a confirmation of a 7yr covenant to me. What do y'all think? :alrighty:
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Postby sherrimae on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:12 pm

It could be. How are they planning to confirm it?
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Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:21 pm

Perhaps there will be a simultaneous confirming/strengthening of the ENP from the EU Commission at the same time that Dr. Solana is given his desired power(s) within the Commission (which controls the EU "purse strings")?

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P.S. Herb, Farmer or someone else; was it Ferrero-Waldner who gave the speech in Egypt a couple of years ago that also used the words "confirm" and "strengthen" but was revised online after Herb posted a commentary re. same? (If so, she certainly doesn't seem to be shy about using those words now.)

Blessings,
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Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:21 pm

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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:22 pm

EUROMED for peace is confirmed or strengthened with the ENP and ENPI funding insturment.
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Postby BeTheMoon on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:27 pm

nonymouse wrote:P.S. Herb, Farmer or someone else; was it Ferrero-Waldner who gave the speech in Egypt a couple of years ago that also used the words "confirm" and "strengthen" but was revised online after Herb posted a commentary re. same? (If so, she certainly doesn't seem to be shy about using those words now.)


I think it was about how they intended to "breathe new life" into the ENP or something. Herb wrote about it, then all of a sudden they edited it to say something else. I think they did it the same day too.

Watch... we'll say Javier has a bad hairdo, then tomorrow we'll see him with a haircut.
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Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:29 pm

hirutbuddy wrote:EUROMED for peace is confirmed or strengthened with the ENP and ENPI funding insturment.


Agree with you, Hirutbuddy. However, it might give additional "umph" (so to speak) to the "he shall confirm" in scripture as opposed to, say, the "empire/EU" shall confirm, particularly if Dr. Solana were to do it from a new power seat within the EU Commission (if indeed, it is the foretold 7-year covenant of scripture).

2 cents worth.

Blessings,
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Postby FarmerBoy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:30 pm

http://ec.europa.eu/world/enp/faq_en.htm#4.1

Just a reminder what ENPI is....

What is the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) ?
From the beginning of the next budget cycle (Financial Perspective) in 2007, financial support for the European Neighbourhood Policy and ENP countries will be provided through a dedicated European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI). The ENPI will target sustainable development and approximation to EU policies and legislation, and bring a radical improvement in our capacity to support cross-border cooperation along the EU’s external borders – thus giving substance to our aim of avoiding new dividing lines. The ENPI will replace MEDA and TACIS and other existing instruments such as the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR).

The ENPI is a “policy driven” instrument that will operate in the framework of the existing bilateral agreements between the Community and the neighbouring countries. It will focus in particular on supporting the implementation of the ENP Action Plans. In that context it will go further than promoting sustainable development and fighting poverty to encompass for example considerable support for measures leading to progressive participation in the EU’s internal market. Legislative approximation, regulatory convergence and institution building will be supported through mechanisms such as the exchange of experience, long term twinning arrangements with Member States or participation in Community programmes and agencies.

A specific and innovative feature of the instrument is its cross border co-operation component. Under this component, the ENPI will finance ”joint programmes” bringing together regions of Member States and partner countries sharing a common border. The instrument will bring a radical simplification in procedures and substantial gains in efficiency. It will use a “Structural Funds” approach, based on multi-annual programming, partnership and co-financing. The cross border co-operation component of the ENPI will be co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

The words “and Partnership” in the title of the instrument reflects the fact that this will also fund the implementation of the Strategic Partnership with Russia (previously funded through the TACIS programme).



Why was a new funding instrument necessary for this policy area ?
It has proved difficult to support cross-border cooperation along the EU’s external border due to the need to combine internal funding instruments (Regional/Structural Funds) with external funding instruments (e.g. TACIS, MEDA), operating with different rules and procedures. In its 2003 Communication on “Wider Europe”, the Commission recognised the importance of encouraging cross border co-operation at the EU’s external border, with the overall aim of preventing the creation of new dividing lines in Europe. In order to overcome the difficulties which arose from the combination of the different rules and procedures, the Commission proposed a single set of rules to cover cooperation at all of the EU’s external borders. This was spelled out in more detail in the Commission’s 2004 ENP Strategy Paper. Both documents were based on the idea of ENPI complementing rather than replacing the existing instruments (e.g. MEDA, TACIS) .

However, as a result of parallel work on reforming the overall way in which EU external policies are funded, the Commission then proposed that the plethora of existing instruments funding external relations should be completely replaced, from the next budget cycle (2007-2013), by a much simpler system. This would mean three emergency instruments (humanitarian, macro-financial and a new Stability Instrument) and three policy-driven instruments (one for pre-accession, one for ENP and one for development and economic cooperation). These would replace all existing external relations funding programmes for the areas that they cover.

As regards cross-border cooperation, a key objective of the ENP, the new ENPI instrument will therefore provide a radical improvement over the current situation. Until the new instrument comes into existence (2007), efforts are being made to already improve cross-border cooperation, using the existing instruments, through Neighbourhood Programmes.
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:31 pm

:shock: Wow God almighty is sooooo awesome and his word is true. The Lord Jesus gave us exactly the same words the endtime players would use so we as sheep would be able to understand and know without a doubt that his words which he spoke to his prophets are from him. Daniel spoke exactly what God told him. If God used these words "he shall confirm a covenant with many for 7 yrs" he means it. these endtime players are using the same words at this time. God is amazing.He never does anything without revealing them first to his prophets. Praise the Lord all you Saints. Jesus is coming soooo soon. :a3:
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:35 pm

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nonymouse wrote:
P.S. Herb, Farmer or someone else; was it Ferrero-Waldner who gave the speech in Egypt a couple of years ago that also used the words "confirm" and "strengthen" but was revised online after Herb posted a commentary re. same? (If so, she certainly doesn't seem to be shy about using those words now.)


I think it was about how they intended to "breathe new life" into the ENP or something. Herb wrote about it, then all of a sudden they edited it to say something else. I think they did it the same day too.
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Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:35 pm

Thanks for the clarification, BetheMoon.

Still kind of interesting that they appeared to be "gun-shy," so to speak, a couple of years ago re. "breathe new life into..."

Now words right from scripture are being used, as Hirutbuddy said, apparently without reservation, of any sort.

Blessings,

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Postby BeTheMoon on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:36 pm

FarmerBoy wrote:The ENPI is a “policy driven” instrument ...


The political element is "policy driven."
The religious element may be "purpose driven."
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:42 pm

The endtime players JS as you can see has become more visible lately is Israel. They are becoming more bold in using these same words that I am sick of hearing (peace, security, and prosperity) they say these words like they are robots repeating the same propaganda. Oh, we know why, thats how we know how close the ac confirmation is. they more they use the words strengthen, confirm , ENP, ENPI, EUROMED. we already know that these players are very confident this thing will be confirmed. Yes all of these agreements are set in stone in terms of funding and the countries having signed on to the ENP to Recieve the ENPI but according to Gods word-it must be confirmed by the ac. I believe this will happen by Jan.1, 2007.
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:43 pm

The endtime players JS as you can see has become more visible lately is Israel. They are becoming more bold in using these same words that I am sick of hearing (peace, security, and prosperity) they say these words like they are robots repeating the same propaganda. Oh, we know why, thats how we know how close the ac confirmation is. they more they use the words strengthen, confirm , ENP, ENPI, EUROMED. we already know that these players are very confident this thing will be confirmed. Yes all of these agreements are set in stone in terms of funding and the countries having signed on to the ENP to Recieve the ENPI but according to Gods word-it must be confirmed by the ac. I believe this will happen by Jan.1, 2007. :thinking:
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Postby sherrimae on Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:06 pm

Does this mean that when the EU appropriates the money, the ENP or ENPI is confirmed? Or do we need Solona's (or someone else's) signature on the deal? I am thinking that we need a signature, or someone to guarantee the deal somehow.
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:12 pm

"He shall confirm a covenant with many for 7 years-one week" and in the middle of the week the AOD occurs. "he" must confirm it. I have no idea how. Since JS is the author of both EUROMED and the ENP I'm thinking he will be the one to confirm it. I could be wrong though it is possible. :wink:
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Postby RickA on Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:22 pm

nonymouse wrote:
P.S. Herb, Farmer or someone else; was it Ferrero-Waldner who gave the speech in Egypt a couple of years ago that also used the words "confirm" and "strengthen" but was revised online after Herb posted a commentary re. same? (If so, she certainly doesn't seem to be shy about using those words now.)


It was Margot Wallstrom, Vice-President of the European Commission
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Postby nonymouse on Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:27 pm

Thank you, RickA.

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Postby farmer on Tue Nov 28, 2006 8:23 pm

yes, wallstroem:

original:
„Mr President, ladies and gentlemen,
As I have tried to point out,
the European Neighbourhood Policy
does not replace the process launched ten years ago in Barcelona.
It renews it, clarifies it and breathes fresh life into it.”

endversion:
„Mr President, ladies and gentlemen,
The European Neighborhood Policy
does not replace the process launched
ten years ago in Barcelona.
It adds to it and makes things happen."

Wallstroem speech: http://europa.eu.int/rapid/pressRelease ... anguage=en

more hints:
1. hint:
Under the „FAQ about the ENP” on the official EU-Website we find the following question:
"1. 6. How does the so-called “Barcelona Process” relate to the ENP?"
The EU’s answer is: " ...the Neighbourhood Policy Action Plans, agreed with the partners, will strengthen the Barcelona objectives and provide benchmarks and incentives to improve their implementation“ .
http://europa.eu.int/comm/world/enp/faq_en.htm#1.6

2. hint:
Further in the „EU ENP action plan” for Israel it is written, that it’s goal would be to:
"...promote incrementally regional peace and security through inter alia the relevant provisions in the Barcelona Declaration of 1995 ,..." .
http://europa.eu.int/comm/world/enp/pdf ... nal_en.pdf
(p. 7.)
3. hint:
In an Interim Report from the Council of the European Union by Javier Solana on the "EU Strategic Partnership with the Mediterranean and the Middle East" already from 19-3-2004, on page 8 under "Neighbourhood Policy - deepening the emp" is written:
"...In contact with our partners in the region, we should clearly situate the Neighbourhood Action Plans in the context of a reinforcement of the Barcelona Process... ."
http://ue.eu.int/ueDocs/cms_Data/docs/p ... /79886.pdf

If we take a look at the dictionary we find:
„reinforce.
re•in•force also re-en•force or re•en•force Audio pronunciation of "reinforce" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (rn-fôrs, -frs)
tr.v. re•in•forced, re•in•forc•ing, re•in•forc•es
1. To give more force or effectiveness to; strengthen: The news reinforced her hopes.
2. To strengthen (a military force) with additional personnel or equipment.
3. To strengthen by adding extra support or material.
4. To increase the number or amount of; augment.
5. Psychology.
1. To reward (an experimental subject, for example) with a reinforcer subsequent to a desired response or performance.
2. To encourage (a response) by means of a reinforcer”.

And under:
”confirm.
con•firm Audio pronunciation of "confirm" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (kn-fûrm)
tr.v. con•firmed, con•firm•ing, con•firms
1. To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify.
2. To make firmer; strengthen: Working on the campaign confirmed her intention to go into politics.
3. To make valid or binding by a formal or legal act; ratify.
4. To administer the religious rite of confirmation to.
I used The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
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Postby hirutbuddy on Tue Nov 28, 2006 8:49 pm

Way to go farmer. :wink: Using JS's words 'reinforce' he is saying that the ENP confirms the Barcelona process-EUROMED. WOW. all he has to do is confirm it and the 70th week will start. This is simply amazing. once again thank you Saint for your awesome research.

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