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2013 Lifestyle, religiously and spiritualy

A New start for some of my blogs or websites From 1995 I had been active on MSN Groups about religious matters. 10 of April 2004, the MSN Group Bijbelonderzoekers (Bible researchers) was started by me. Today I noticed the … Continue reading

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Human relations 2013

50% of babies born in Belgium in 2011 had parents who were not married to each other, far above the EU average of 39.5%, according to Eurostat. 28 years is the average age of a woman in Flanders giving birth … Continue reading

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Citizens should be at the centre of financial reform

The previous decade we could see many people got lost in the economical circus. They went onto the horror or witch tour bumping into many surprises; making many to panic. G20 leaders presented in Saint Petersburg the report, “Advancing National Strategies … Continue reading

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Belgium has weathered the global crisis quite well

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) brought some good news and small ray of sunshine in to the economic crisis world. Their message is that moderate recovery is underway in the major advanced economies. Presenting the Assessment in … Continue reading

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Migrants to the West #1

Challenging perceptions In the United States of America, Canada and in the European Union you may wonder if the current process of those countries becoming a multicultural society, more specifically when several Muslims challenge ‘white’ perceptions of those nations and … Continue reading

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Changing perceptions of the large retail sector

Changing perceptions of the large retail sector Preceding article: Stop large retailers’ abuse, says the EESC Commercial relations The commercial relations between large retailers and the suppliers of food products is a subject that is generating an increasing amount of interest … Continue reading

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Horsemeat bringing people to cavort

For years in continental Europe the food consumption-factories and chains do not take it so seriously about product-information and product-quality. In the last few decades we have seen recycling of animal by-products back into the food chain, more than once … Continue reading

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Economic crisis danger for the rise of political extremism

The last few years we have seen racist attacks becoming more in vogue again. Some experts blame the situation on the social stress caused by an extended period of economic austerity – unemployment rates are fast approaching high percentages and … Continue reading

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Mocking, Agitation and Religious Persecution

As predicted in the Holy Scriptures the world would see a time when a war would start in the land of the two rivers ( Euphrates and Tigris = know Iran and Iraq). Then children would stand up against their … Continue reading

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Built on or Belonging to Jewish tradition #3 Of the earth or of God

America and its culture developed as an easy-to-enter “Melting Pot” for many cultures, creating a new commonality of culture and political values. This open culture allowed many minority groups, including Jews, to flourish in Christian and predominantly Protestant America. In … Continue reading

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