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The media is filled with recent days reports about how PGGM of the Netherlands, one of the world’s larger pension asset managers, says it is divesting from five Israeli banks it says are involved in financing construction of Jewish settlements in occupied territories.
Unfortunately, PGGM are involved here in one of the biggest lies in the Dutch pension industry, and are only seeking fame in this publicity stunt. If you look at their holdings on Q1 2013 – You will not find there a single Israeli bank as part of their portfolio. That’s right! They never invested in Israeli banks.
I suggest for all Dutch clients that manage their pensions in this company: leave them. Leave them, today. They will also lie to you! Be warned and flee to an honest pension fund, if you don’t want to help them promote their lies around the world.
WorldMate Live™ nominated in the Most Innovative Mobile Application in a vertical market category
Barcelona, SPAIN (January 23, 2009) – WorldMate, Inc. was named a Top 15 Innovator in the EMEA Tournament of the 2009 Mobile Innovation Global Award Competition by the GSM Association (GSMA), the global trade group for the mobile industry. WorldMate, which has 1.8 million users in over 150 countries worldwide, was nominated in the Most Innovative Mobile Application in a Vertical Market category for WorldMate Live, its flagship mobile travel service.
Many adults fear their death and often ask “What will become of me after my death?”.
Kids, on the other hand will often ask: “What I was before I was born?”.
The concept of not being is hard for the human brain. We rationalize that we were created in birth (or 9 months before) but why do we fear death so much?
Just a little experiment to see if Google trends can be used to drive traffic into a god forsaken blog (of mine).
So we will use the famous Tara Wilson in this experiments, wait for Google Analytics to do it’s stuff, and see.
You can find it here.