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G8 Gleneagles 2005 HA-7-7-05


Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh hosted a special dinner for the world leaders who have gathered in Scotland on Wednesday 6 July 2005.




A. Statement by the G8, the Leaders of Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa and the Heads of the International Organisations represented here of 7 July 2005.


1. We condemn utterly these barbaric attacks. We send our profound condolences to the victims and their families. All of our countries have suffered from the impact of terrorism. Those responsible have no respect for human life. We are united in our resolve to confront and defeat this terrorism that is not an attack on one nation, but on all nations and on civilised people everywhere.


2. We will not allow violence to change our societies or our values. Nor will we allow it to stop the work of this Summit. We will continue our deliberations in the interests of a better world. Here at this Summit, the world’s leaders are striving to combat world poverty and save and improve human life. The perpetrators of today’s attacks are intent on destroying human life.


3. The terrorists will not succeed.


4. Today’s bombings will not weaken in any way our resolve to uphold the most deeply held principles of our societies and to defeat those who would impose their fanaticism and extremism on all of us. We shall prevail. They shall not.


B. In the Welcome by Tony Blair UK Prime Minister explains, “The UK assumed the Presidency of the G8 on 1 January 2005 with the annual Summit taking place at Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland from 6-8 July.  I really want to focus on the challenges of Africa and climate change during our Presidency.  To help guide us, I set up the Commission for Africa, which brings together leaders and experts from Africa and the rest of the world. It will report in March with its recommendations for action.  Africa is a wonderful, diverse continent with an extraordinary, energetic and resilient people. But it is also plagued with problems so serious that no continent could tackle them on its own.  The world, rightly, looks to the G8 to show leadership on Africa.


C. I, Tony Sanders, am happy to report that I remain firm with the $25 billion for Africa in the Hearing AID Acts of 2004 and 2005 in Chapter 5 Hospitals & Asylums.  I didn’t write the African Social Security treaty until 4 April 2005 updated in its current second draft HA-7-6-5.  The $25 billion is an annual rate of internatoinal development increasing between 2005-2015 to $100 billion a year with $20 billion administrated to lead negiotations for the settlement of African Union Statute.  Kyoto Protocol HA-1-7-05 is also available for ratification.  It looks unlikely that I will be able to afford to attend my own birthday party called “Social Security in the African Context” in Lukasa, Zambia 9-12 August 2005, but maybe you can.  It would be a great honor for all the members of the G8 to sign and ratify the aformentioned two treaties and even greater one for Tony Blair to link to these afformetioned two treaties written by Tony Sanders on the G8 website, as factual incorrect as they might be. 


D. I would have made it for the 6th but the request for the USA to sign and ratify the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in the Justice of the Peace Act of 2005 HA-4-7-05 by establishing a National Institution of Human Rights for the Commission on Human Rights to enforce the legal limit of 1 million prison beds was so burdensome, I took two days off.  My condolences to the families.  I pray the Hawks of Gleneagle will have the dignity to construct a list and then a monument of the names of the edifices and the more than 37 mortalities and hundreds wounded to be remembered by the public. 


Tony J. Sanders

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