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fear heavy snow could force part of the Paris airport's roof to collapse as most of Atlantic Canada

There are 2 comments on the Vancouver Sun story from Dec 23, 2010, titled fear heavy snow could force part of the Paris airport's roof to collapse as most of Atlantic Canada. In it, Vancouver Sun reports that:

Severe weather warnings lifted Maritimes after Ferry Cancellations this past Week

Flooding causes the closure of the road to the Foch Bridge and the evacuation of the Wishing Star campground near Shediac, N.B. December 21, 2010 after a huge storm surge hit much of the eastern coast of New Brunswick.

Paris airport evacuated as precaution

http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2010/12/24/europe-airport-travel.html

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Europe

Toronto, Canada

#1 Dec 24, 2010
Had enough yet

Toronto, Canada

#2 Dec 27, 2010
... As the Nietzschean doctrine of Schumpeter forerunner Werner Sombart emphasized,

prolonged, wasting war, is the principal link of Schumpeter to Nietzsche on this account.

The pattern of continuing, post - "World War II" destruction in world economy,

has largely depended upon both the so-called "Cold War" launched under Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" slogan, &

the protracted warfare characteristic of the entire period since.

Thus, the post-1945 result of burdening the economy with useless forms of long wars, &

related effects of organized activities,

non-activities, and

expenditures, have been fostered by aid of such insane economic doctrines as that of Schumpeter's notion of "creative destruction" and its like.

The "bail out" of Wall Street types of hyper-inflationary violations of a "Glass-Steagall" principle,

has been merely typical of such public, and

sometimes also pubic insanity.

The case of British Prime Minister Harold Wilson,

is among the notable instances of the British policies of "creative destruction."

Wilson launched his campaign to this effect under the opportunities afforded by the

1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy,

for the launching of the ruinous, 1964-1975 U.S. war in Indo-China.

Wilson's leading role in the "creative destruction" of the already shaky British economy,

is a clinically "classical case" in the application of Schumpeter's cultish doctrine.

In all extended periods of genuine crisis, as in the recurring, 1963-1975 span,

from the wave of assassination attempts against France's President Charles de Gaulle, and

the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, until the close of the official U.S. warfare in Indo-China.

Include the case of the assassination of Britain's Dr. David Kelley,

as part of clearing away opposition to Prime Minister Tony Blair's fraudulent pretext for launching

the vastly ruinous effects on the USA of a prolonged long, wasting war in Southwest Asia's Iraq.

In real history, it is never events which direct the course of history, but,

rather, the implicitly inhering intent of those policies which generate and shape great events ...

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