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By Atharva Sontakke
It is a well established principle of copyright law world over that laws or texts of legislations cannot be copyrighted. There are basically two reasons for this: firstly, for copyright to subsist in a work there must be a minimum modicum of creative expression in the work and secondly, copyrighting laws would defeat the whole purpose of enacting them and resultantly would become an impediment in enforcing them. 837 more words
In October 2014, Lord Monckton stated;
When Sir David King, the scientifically illiterate chemist who is the climate change ambassador for the united kingdom lobbying the world nations to vote yes at the Paris UN conference in December 2015, was asked by the environmentalist committee of the House of Commons in May 2015, “…if all the nations of the world in principal were ready to sign their peoples rights away to such a treaty”. 283 more words
Last Feb. 6, Michelle Thrush sat down with Michael Green to get some notes about Making Treaty 7.
Following a successful run at the Chautauqua Tent at Heritage Park in September, it was time to make adjustments, to decide what to cut and what to add and where the show could be strengthened. 963 more words