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"the prioritization of geoeconomic progress over the protection of vulnerable populations"

Subject: Allowing Impoverished To Die - Geoeconomics

Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2008 13:46:17 -0700

From: "Stephen M. Apatow" <
s.m.apatow@humanitarian.net>

To:
Pascal.Lamy@wto.org

CC: hri@int-bar.org


UN Finance Ministerial Directorate
International Association of University Presidents
International Bar Association

Dear Colleagues:

We have reached that point when allowing the impoverished populations of
the world to die, in exchange for financial market progress is a reality.
The question is will the impoverished allowed their families to die, while
greed and hate drive global market speculation.

The outrage in the international community is at a peak, with an objective
to focus widespread media coverage on impoverished population deaths
attributed to these human rights abuses.  Bloomberg reports:

China, Egypt, Vietnam and India, representing more than a third of global
rice exports, curbed sales this year, and Indonesia says it may do the
same. Investigators in the Philippines, the world's biggest importer,
raided warehouses last month to crack down on hoarding. The World Bank in
Washington says 33 nations from Mexico to Yemen may face ``social unrest''
after food and energy costs increased for six straight years. -- Rice Run
Prompts Curbs to Rival Credit Market Seizure, Bloomberg, 7 April 2008.

If populations are allowed to die via starvation (in support of speculative
market trading), experts now fear that impoverished populations may also be
allowed die in the event of a pandemic, where the geopolitical objective is
minimal interference with world trade and travel.

Since the Year 2000, we have watched the international community spiral
into crisis, due to the prioritization of geoeconomic progress over the
protection of vulnerable populations.  The challenge of bureaucracy and
conflict of interest now complicate the ability of the United Nations to
fulfill the mandates outlined in it's charter.  -- Apatow: No Joke --
Stephen Michael Apatow that is, Arts Integration Into Education, MySpace, 3
April 2008.

Looking forward to widespread international media coverage.

S.M.Apatow


Humanitarian Resource Institute
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Stephen M. Apatow
President, Director of Research and Development, Humanitarian University
Consortium Graduate Studies Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Law

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Email: s.m.apatow@humanitarian.ne t
Research & Development
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Pathobiologics International
Sports Medicine & Science Institute
SMAMedia Communications


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Subject: Infectious Disease Swat Teams

Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 08:26:28 -0800

From: "Stephen M. Apatow" <
s.m.apatow@pathobiologics.org>

To:
ivphc.wg@pathobiologics.org

CC: Pascal.Lamy@wto.org, hri@int-bar.org


IDIN Communication:  Biodefense Threat Analysis & Communications Center
Subject:  Pandemic Influenza: Contingency Planning discussion

Dear Colleagues:

In the context of demonstrated discrepancies in reporting of infectious
disease outbreaks of high consequence pathogens that present a threat to
the international community, the activation of Infectious Disease Swat
Teams that will conduct sample collections in high risk countries, is a
welcome development (as per the new International Health Regulations).   It
is our hope that this bioinformatics data will be of assistance for
physicians and epidemiologists who are conducting analysis, strategic
planning and development.

The following WTO discussion outlines how Financial Swat Teams will be used
to stabilize global markets.

Your feedback is always appreciated.

S.M.Apatow


Humanitarian Resource Institute
.
Stephen M. Apatow
President, Director of Research and Development, Humanitarian University
Consortium Graduate Studies Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Law

 [Image: "src="]
Tel: (203) 668-0282
Internet:
www.humanitarian.net
Email: s.m.apatow@humanitarian.ne t
Research & Development
.
Pathobiologics International
Sports Medicine & Science Institute
SMAMedia Communications


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: WTO - Financial Swat Teams

Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 07:49:48 -0800

From: "Stephen M. Apatow" <
s.m.apatow@humanitarian.net>

To:
Pascal.Lamy@wto.org

CC: hri@int-bar.org


UN Finance Ministerial Directorate
International Association of University Presidents
International Bar Association

Dear Colleagues:

An immediate objective of all central banks to implement financial swat
teams to investigate hedge funds that have moved offshore to avoid
regulatory oversight (and are responsible for destabilization of global
markets), is an important focus. -- Banker turns policeman to overhaul US
financial regulation: The Guardian, 1 April 2008.

As per the focus on HRI Analysis Input and the editorial "Stop Pretending"
(Financial Week, 31 March 2008) as a foundation for dialogue associated
with a new regulatory framework for global markets.

Looking forward to your feedback.

S.M.Apatow


Humanitarian Resource Institute
.
Stephen M. Apatow
President, Director of Research and Development, Humanitarian University
Consortium Graduate Studies Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Law

 [Image: "src="]
Tel: (203) 668-0282
Internet:
www.humanitarian.net
Email: s.m.apatow@humanitarian.ne t
Research & Development
.
Pathobiologics International
Sports Medicine & Science Institute
SMAMedia Communications



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