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Bloor Brahmin
Wed, 14 Jun 2017 10:05 EDT
"'Follow The Money'* Finds (The Court)"
Lemon v. Kurtzman, 1970s Watergate, June 1971 Church Money non interference case..."fatigues partner bar" is Reagan Administration winding down...* Watergate scripture. Canadian Watergate Code: Dean and Not Deluca.
Jeffrey michalski
Wed, 29 Jun 2016 21:42 EDT
What is correct procedure for pardon or to get into Canada with a crimal record?
I filled out application for criminal rehabilitation and got passport renewed filled out nexus form but do not know what is the best and correct step to take first. Was denied entry twice went to Montreal 2-4 times a year till 2010 my aunt is 86 and she wants to see me. I have many cousins in Montreal that will vogue for me and letters of recommendation afraid the rehabilitation process may take to long please help
Sun, 31 May 2015 15:00 EDT
Sub: Prayer for Please, give me a job to work to..i need a job for save my family.plz give me a one job..
To the

Sub: Prayer for Please, give me a job to work to..i need a job for save my family.plz give me a one job..

Dear Sir/Madam,

I beg most respectfully that I am Mizanur Raman from Bangladesh. I need a job to your country for………
I am cordially agreed to come to your country for this job. I am prepared for this work and ready to come to your country.
I want to come to your country because I need a job about House ,keeper, Cleaner, Still worker, Hotelboy, Restaurant work, Drycleaning, Wash man, Field farmer, Store Keeper, car Cleaner, Shop
keeping and marketing etc. Please, give me a chance to serve to your country. I am mentally ready to come to your country. Please, give me a job to work.
2…passport number,
BE 0195492
3…e-mail address,
4… phone number,
Mob: +8801712842236
I therefore pray and hope that you will give me a work and obliged there by.

Sincerely yours
Mizanur Rahman
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Sun, 21 Apr 2013 19:16 EDT
North Korea-Iran oil trading..
I support this matter as a useful method of peace.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Thu, 13 Dec 2012 21:54 EST
A message in the interest of North Korea.
In 1972 I was selected as an exchange student to Switzerland and Envoy for Former President Richard Nixon. I am concerned about the current situation with North Korea and the test of long range rockets. I believe, as I was trained, that we should reach peace by solving difficult matters. My approach generally is to attempt to modify current circumstances in ways that reduce risk. My current plan consists of the following: One; North Korea should be allowed to use modern orbital launch methods of utilizing a large aircraft to launch an orbital project. This was done recently in the United States by a private company using a modifyed Lockheed L1011. It currently appears to me that North Korea could, for the most part, stay in compliance with International laws by utilizing its own design of this method. Two;The Northern Limit Line should only be allowed to contain North Korea military operations. Commercial shipping and fishing should be allowed to cross. It is my opinion that the UNC has limited authority over these International Waters. Three; The Nations are concerned about the proliferation of Uranium matters. The cause for the proliferation, generally, is the financial advantage. North Korea could, in the alternative, issue Industrial Element documents of disclosed Uranium holdings for use in a managed derivitives financial portfolio allowing the North to benefit from the use of Uranium without moving it, such as many do with stocks, bonds, and futures.
In summery, there is always an alternative when one tries to adjust International Issues. I would personally appreciate your suggestion and support of my commentaa

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