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Stop >:( PLEASE LIKE OUR PAGE! >:( https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stop-the-izlamisation-of-our-nation/807875512590055?ref=tn_tnmn Some commanding officers in the Australian Defence Force have been advising their personnel not to wear their uniforms to an Read more ... d from work and on public transport for safety reasons in the wake of increased terror alerts. The move may be extended around the country at the discretion of individual officers, although it will not become official ADF policy, as it would be seen as a victory for the Islamic State (ISIL). This comes as the Australian Federal Police asked the Abbott government to speed up the issuing of control orders, which allow police to place restrictions on people who are deemed to be a risk to public safety, in the wake of last week's terror raids. An ADF commanding officer in Victoria told Fairfax Media that he had advised his juniors to consider wearing civilian clothes off base for safety reasons. "It's not for us so much as for our families," he said. "I think most other [officers] are probably doing that as a precaution. There is a small number of people who support ISIL but those people represent a big threat." The officer said that Defence had not officially recommended such steps as removing uniforms before leaving bases and barracks because it "did not want to give ISIL the recognition". A soldier in Western Australia has also told Fairfax Media that he has been advised not to wear his uniform off base. The uniform directives come after security on Defence facilities was lifted on Friday from "safe base Bravo" to "safe base Charlie". This is the first time security has been lifted to that level since the September 11, 2001, attacks in the United States. The practical effects vary from base to base, but include things like closing some entry and exit points, increasing the numbers of guards and tightening security checks and processes. The concerns about uniforms also follow a warning to defence personnel earlier this month to be vigilant after a widely reported incident in which an ADF member was approached by a group of men in Sydney's CBD and told to go to the Middle East so we can "blow your f---in' head off". Speaking to reporters from Brisbane on Saturday, Attorney-General George Brandis said the AFP believed there should be a "more expedited regime for obtaining control orders" in "certain, very urgent circumstances". Senator Brandis said the government would discuss speeding up the control order process this week, as new terror laws were debated by Parliament. The National Security Legislation Amendment Bill, which aims to modernise and boost ASIO's powers – and has largely been approved by a bipartisan committee – is due for debate in the Senate on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the so-called "Foreign Fighters" bill, which will clamp down on Australians fighting overseas, is due to be presented in draft form to the upper house. Last Thursday evening, following raids across Sydney and Brisbane, Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Justice Minister Michael Keenan and Senator Brandis asked acting AFP Commissioner Andrew Colvin and new ASIO Director-General Duncan Lewis if they needed any extra powers added to the new bills. Senator Brandis said that ASIO had decided it wanted the legislation "exactly as it is", while the AFP asked for the improvements to control orders. The Attorney-General also strenuously denied claims by crossbench senator David Leyonhjelm that the new national security legislation would allow for certain forms of torture, through provisions for special intelligence operations. "This is not something that any Australian government agency, no matter what the circumstances, could ever do," Senator Brandis said. While Labor says it is open to ensuring Australia's security agencies have "proper powers", it is cautioning that it needs to see the detail of the bills before Parliament before it agrees to support them. "I think that the Attorney-General has a duty to make it clear that in no sense can any part of Australian law be interpreted as providing an immunity for ... torture," shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus told reporters in Melbourne. http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/australian-defence-force-personnel-advised-to-wear-civvies-due-to-terror-threats-20140920-10jqse.html
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Hilary So those blaming and finger pointing at Hilary for Benghazi. Lets remind everyone what happened under GW Bush & Dick Cheney. This was nothing. It did not happen under Bush/Cheney watch. I guess they assume it happened under Bill Clinton in Benghazi. Read more ... https://youtu.be/Nn9EVxueiyc
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001: AS IT HAPPENED (PART 1) (NBC)
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governmentdailyjobs.com Answer the following question to refresh intelligence- In which year, terrorists crash two planes into New York's World Trade Centre on September 11 in a sequence of destruction? A. A. 2000, B. 2001, C. 2002, D. 2003. http://www.governmentda Read more ... ilyjobs.com/2015/02/down-load-general-knowledge-questions.html
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Government Answer the following question to refresh intelligence- In which year, terrorists crash two planes into New York's World Trade Centre on September 11 in a sequence of destruction? A. A. 2000, B. 2001, C. 2002, D. 2003. http://www.governmentda Read more ... ilyjobs.com/2015/02/down-load-general-knowledge-questions.html
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James Funny Cide (foaled April 20, 2000) is a Thoroughbred race horse who won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes in 2003. He is the first New York-bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby and the first gelding to win since Clyde Van Dusen in 1929. Br Read more ... ed at WinStar Farm in Versailles, Kentucky, Funny Cide was foaled at the McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbred Farm, owned by Joe and Anne McMahon in Saratoga Springs, New York. By Distorted Humor (a Mr. Prospector-line sire), he is out of the winning (but short-lived) Belle's Good Cide by Slewacide, in turn by Seattle Slew. Funny Cide was part of one of Distorted Humor's first American crops when his stud fee was $10,000. (Distorted Humor's fee for 2008 was $300,000 for a live foal.) Funny Cide was originally purchased in August 2001 at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga preferred yearling auction in Saratoga Springs for $22,000 by Tony Everard. With the average price of a yearling running about $43,000, Everard saw the colt as a bargain – a horse he could train at his New Episode Training Center in Ocala, Florida, for a fast financial turnaround. As Everard said, "He was a little bit on the immature side but he had a good frame and a big, deep girth. He was also a ridgling (one testicle had not descended), and they usually sell cheaper." "Best," said Everard, "to do this early. The undescended testicle hurts them, and they don't learn as they should." Barclay Tagg purchased the gelding for $75,000 in a private transaction in March, 2002 for Sackatoga Stable. Once a steeplechase jockey, Tagg (who grew up in Abington, Pennsylvania and won his first race in 1972 at Liberty Bell Park) was a journeyman who had been on the racing scene for over 30 years. The victory by Funny Cide made Tagg the first trainer to win the Derby in his first attempt since Neil Drysdale saddled Fusaichi Pegasus to win the 2000 Derby. Ray Paulick of The Blood-Horse said of Tagg, "He has some characteristics uncannily like hall-of-famer "Silent" Tom Smith, the trainer of Seabiscuit. He takes care of his horse, doesn't rush into anything or run him when he shouldn't. I like that about Tagg. Like Tom Smith, he's his own man and will put the horse first. I wish we had more trainers out there like him." The chestnut gelding, trained by Tagg and ridden by jockey Jose Santos, made his two-year-old racing debut at Belmont Park on September 8, 2002. Running away from the New York field under a hand ride, he easily won the six-furlong race by fifteen-plus lengths. Three weeks later, Funny Cide won his first seven-furlong stakes race, the Bertram F. Bongard Stakes, under another hand ride and by a similar margin. In the Bongard, his Beyer Speed Figure was 103. No two-year-old in the country had run faster. His third winning effort as a two-year-old was his first mile race, the Sleepy Hollow Stakes (also at Belmont Park). Under a hard hold by Santos, he was for the first time challenged for the lead (by Spite the Devil). Funny Cide won. By October 2002, Jose Santos believed this horse would be his "Derby horse", although there was more press coverage of Empire Maker and his stablemate Peace Rules (both horses trained by Robert J. Frankel). At three, Funny Cide ran in the 1 1/16-mile Grade III Holy Bull Stakes. Breaking from post position 13, he hit the gate and raced wide for the entire trip. He finished fifth in a strong field, which included Offlee Wild. In the Grade II Louisiana Derby, he faced Peace Rules, Kafwain, and Badge of Silver. Staying close to the pace, he rallied in the stretch, dropped back, and then came on again along the rail. Finishing third after Peace Rules, he was moved up to second place after the disqualification of Kafwain. It was his strong second against Empire Maker (ridden by Jerry Bailey) in the 1 1/8-mile Grade I Wood Memorial on April 12, however, that secured his place in the Kentucky Derby. Funny Cide lost the Wood by a short neck and was pressing Empire Maker at the wire, even after New York Hero bore out very wide early, taking the gelding with him and losing him his early momentum. Funny Cide earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 110 for the Wood. 2003 Kentucky Derby As Funny Cide came into the Derby after a second in the Wood, Funny Cide won the 2003 Kentucky Derby between the strong double entry of Frankel's Empire Maker (again with Jerry Bailey in the saddle) and Peace Rules, ridden by Edgar Prado. He won by 1¾ lengths over the favorite Empire Maker, paying $27.60 for every two-dollar bet to win, before a crowd of 148,530. Funny Cide's time, 2:01.19, is the tenth fastest time in Kentucky Derby history. 2003 Preakness Stakes Blood-Horse magazine's Steven Haskin wrote: "Pimlico stakes coordinator David Rollinson had to go out and recruit Preakness Stakes horses when it looked like only six or seven were going to run. All was calm that first week after the Derby. Then, Empire Maker was officially declared out, leaving only six confirmed starters. Then Midway Road came in. Then all hell broke loose when the Miami Herald's bogus story and photo of Santos cheating in the Derby appeared. Empire Maker suddenly jumped back in, his Triple Crown hopes alive once again. Hours later, when the inferno began to subside, he was back out. Then Peace Rules officially came in. Sometime, in between all that, Champali scratched after colicking. Then Kissin Saint and Alysweep came in. Then Indian Express came out. Then Rollinson popped a couple of Advil and braced for week two." Week two was like week one, now including the in and outs and ins of New York Hero, Ten Cents A Shine, Foufa's Warrior, and During. Haskin said, "All this confusion could have been avoided if all involved had known how Funny Cide was going to run in the Preakness." Shipped in at the last moment by Tagg and stabled in Mary Eppler's barn to keep him calm and out from under the press, this time Funny Cide was the betting favorite. On a cold, wet day in May, he broke from post position nine (only Layminister in 1910 and Canonero II in 1971 won from the ninth post) and was the runaway winner of the 2003 Preakness Stakes at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course. His time was 1:55:61 and he took the race by 9¾ lengths, the second-largest margin in Preakness history. In the Preakness – with Pimlico's sharp turns and on a fast track – Funny Cide earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 114. He was only the third New York-bred to win the Preakness. The other two were Jacobus in 1883 and Margrave in 1896 (when the Preakness was run at Gravesend Race Track in Coney Island (Brooklyn), New York. 2003 Belmont Stakes It rained all day before the Belmont Stakes, the most grueling of the three races and a quarter mile longer than the Kentucky Derby. New Yorkers came to the track in record numbers, only to see Jose Santos ride Funny Cide close to the rail where the mud was deepest (known as a "dead rail") and fight to rate him. He finished third in the mud behind a fresh Empire Maker and Ten Most Wanted; both horses had skipped the Preakness Stakes. Frankel declared himself a happy man in the role of spoiler. "It may be mean," he said, "but I'm glad I did it." Later that year, Barclay Tagg trained Island Fashion won the Alabama Stakes. Her victory denied a $2 million Triple Tiara bonus to the owners of Spoken Fur (trained by Frankel). Immediately after the Belmont, Tagg claimed that Funny Cide had not liked the track; however, Belmont was Funny Cide's home track and he trained over it nearly every day regardless of weather. In an article published in March 2007, one read: "Looking back, Tagg wonders if Funny Cide's 9¾-length victory in the Preakness and his overly fast workout the week before the Belmont weren't the results of an on-edge horse who had little left for the final leg of the Triple Crown. Tagg was quoted as saying, 'He didn't need to have his adrenaline popping through his head every time a bunch of people came running down the aisle way.'" Funny Cide won the Eclipse Award for 3 Year Old Male of the Year, the first New York-bred to do so (Saratoga Dew was named American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly of 1992). Troubled years At four, Funny Cide started in the Massachusetts Handicap on July 3, 2004, earning a 110 Beyer Speed Figure. The finish was a three-way photo at the wire between runner-up Funny Cide, the winner Offlee Wild, and The Lady's Groom. Funny Cide defeated Evening Attire after a stretch duel in the 2004 Excelsior Breeders' Cup Handicap, and was then beaten by him in the Saratoga Breeders' Cup Handicap. The highlight of his troubled four-year-old season was winning the 1¼-mile, US $1 million Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont Park in October against Evening Attire and The Cliff's Edge. In the Gold Cup, he earned a 112 Beyer. Except for Real Quiet in 1999, for many years no other horse who had won a three-year-old classic had gone on to take another Grade 1 race as an older horse—except Funny Cide. During Funny Cide's four-year-old season, he was beset with respiratory problems. The race was held at the Santa Anita track when a major forest fire raged nearby, darkening the air with hot soot. During his five-year-old season he had back problems, undiagnosed until he had raced out of the money in several graded races. Tagg decided to rest Funny Cide for the last half of the season. Comeback On February 2, 2006, Funny Cide finished ahead of odds-on favorite Sun King – winner of the Pennsylvania and Tampa Bay Derbies, third in the 2005 Jockey Club Gold Cup, and later second by a nose Invasor in the 2006 Whitney Stakes – in a one-mile allowance race at Gulfstream Park. The stakes-winning sprinter Sir Greeley took the race in a quick 1:32.42 but Funny Cide's jockey, the top 10 New York Racing Association rider Edgar Prado, said, "He broke sharp and was right with those horses from the go. He never gave up. I was very happy with his race." On April 1, he again placed in his second Excelsior Breeders' Cup Handicap at Aqueduct. "He ran a fantastic race", jockey Richard Migliore said. "Blood and guts all the way to the wire. He's a fantastic racehorse. I wasn't looking for the lead, but my horse was keen and I didn't want to get into a fight with him. When he got alone, he idled better and when company joined him, he fought on again. It was a very game performance." On April 30, Funny Cide broke his losing streak by taking the Kings Point Handicap at Aqueduct. Jockey Richard Migliore said, "I'm more tired from trying to pull him up. I thought I was going to have to go around again." Jon Constance of Sackets Six said, "We thought that he didn't have the heart he used to have. But it's not so. He looked around and saw that horse coming up at him — and he was gone." (He had consistently reached the high 90s in the Beyer speed figures and at one time had 11 straight races with at least a 100 Beyer figure.) On July 1, Funny Cide led all the way to win the Grade III $200,800, 1 1/4-mile Dominion Day Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Canada. The race attracted many who had come just to see Funny Cide; they crowded the walking ring when he entered the paddock and gave him an ovation during the post parade. His 1½-length win over a strong field brought the crowd to its feet. Funny Cide broke from the inside post and held off two challenges (from Cryptograph, who finished third and Nolan's Cat, who finished second) in early fractions of :23.62 for the quarter-mile and :47.14 for the half. Funny Cide was the fifth Derby winner to race at Woodbine, and the first to win there since Secretariat took the Canadian International Stakes in 1973. He was also the first Kentucky Derby winner to win a graded stakes race at the age of six. He was also one of only two Kentucky Derby winners in 46 years to race at the age of six. (The other was Gato Del Sol, the 1982 winner.) Funny Cide ran on May 20, 2006, at Pimlico racecourse in Baltimore. Funny Cide, foaled in Saratoga Springs, ran twice at the "Spa" – first in the Saratoga Breeders' Cup Handicap (before 70,175 fans), and in the Woodward Stakes on September 2, 2006. On July 4, 2007, lured to Finger Lakes Race Track by an extra $50,000 added to the purse, Funny Cide took the $100,000 Wadsworth Memorial Handicap by three lengths under Alan Garcia, breaking his six-race winless streak. The track (which could accommodate 2,000 patrons in the clubhouse and another 4,000 in the grandstand) had an attendance of well over 12,000 people (its second-largest crowd since 1962) Funny Cide was only the second winner of a Triple Crown race to run at Finger Lakes in its 46-year history. Retirement On July 13, 2007, Funny Cide's retirement was announced. The partnership of Sackatoga Stable, Barclay Tagg and assistant trainer Robin Smullen decided that it was best to retire him on a high note with the victory in the Wadsworth and with the gelding still fit and sound. Jack Knowlton, managing partner for Sackatoga Stable, agreed that Funny Cide's future career would be at the track with Tagg. He became a stable pony in the mornings, accompanying younger horses in their training. "He'll still be doing what he's done the past five years, but he just won't be racing in the afternoon," Knowlton said. NYRA (the New York Racing Association) held a "Funny Cide Retirement Party" at Saratoga on August 10, 2007. Funny Cide is a two-time "New York–bred Horse of the Year". At his retirement, in 38 starts he won 11 races, finished second six times and third eight times; his earnings were $3,529,412. Funny Cide had the highest earnings of any New York-bred racehorse in history. Saratoga Race Course honored him with a stakes race for older New York-breds, the Funny Cide Stakes. On December 5, 2008, Funny Cide took up residence at the Kentucky Horse Park alongside Cigar, Da Hoss, the late Alysheba and other champions. His work as Barclay Tagg's stable pony had begun to give him some discomfort. In April 2010, the New York Thoroughbred Breeders voted Funny Cide the New York–bred horse of the decade. In August, 2012, a statue of Funny Cide was unveiled in Saratoga Springs. On his saddle blanket is the number 6, his post position at Churchill Downs on the day he won the Kentucky Derby. Also in August 2012 Funny Cide visited Saratoga's racetrack along with the retired jockey Richard Migliore and the trainer Nick Zito in a seminar for prospective racehorse owners. While there he was a guest of Old Friends farm at Cabin Creek in Greenfield Center.
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555 Saturday, April 18, 2015 workout is dedicated to Thomas Sabella, FDNY, Ladder 13, who was killed on September 11, 2001. It comes as no surprise to the people who knew him best that Thomas Sabella carried in his wallet the famed speech by Teddy Roose Read more ... velt titled "The Man in the Arena." In it, the president lauds the man who "strives valuably . . . who knows great enthusiasm, great devotion and spends himself on a worthy cause." On Sept. 11, the speech -- tucked in his wallet as always -- disappeared with the 44-year-old firefighter, who was making his second rescue trip up the stairwell of Tower I when the structure collapsed. It was a worthy cause indeed. Had he survived, Mr. Sabella would no doubt have hidden from the limelight and shunned the inevitable recognition. "He was always embarrassed to accept awards" said his older brother, Charles, who recalled how he had to be prodded to attend the Fire Department's 1999 Medal Day ceremony, where he received the Emily Trevor/Mary B. Warren Medal for a daring rooftop rescue. It was a last-ditch attempt to save a 31-year-old man trapped in the top floor of a burning six-story building in Manhattan the previous November. Mr. Sabella was lowered on a rope from the roof and managed to pull the man to safety through a window, all the while dangling five stories above the street. Looking back on the incident, Mr. Sabella said in an Advance interview that his first roof-rope rescue in 14 years on the job was "a little scary. But at the time, you knew they were trapped and had no other way to get out. So you just didn't think about it." "Not thinking about it" explains why Mr. Sabella and 10 of his colleagues from Ladder Co. 13 on Manhattan's Upper East Side continued to climb up the stairwell a second time, searching for people trying to escape the chaos and smoke in the crumbling North Tower, the first building hit by the highjacked jet. The company got the call to respond at 8:45 a.m., and they were one of the first units on the scene. "He brought down scores of people and made it to the lobby," said his brother. "Then he and 10 others from his company turned around and went back upstairs to find more people. They got the word from the chief to evacuate because the building was unstable. But they kept going." Of the 11 men, one escaped unharmed and another was blown through a plate glass window as the building collapsed. Though seriously injured, he, too, survived. But Thomas Sabella and the eight others were trapped, probably where they were last seen alive -- in the stairwell between the lobby and the ninth floor. "Tommy genuinely cared about people," his brother continued. "If he believed in something, he'd throw himself into it full force. But he never expected anything in return. He just wanted to give." Throwing himself into projects both on the job and at home -- disregarding the possibility of failure -- came naturally to the Brooklyn native, who moved with his family to Willowbrook at the age of 5. Mr. Sabella was talented in a number of construction trades, from roofing and carpentry to welding and woodworking. After graduating from Susan Wagner High School, he followed in the footsteps of his father, Edward, by learning the ornamental ironwork and welding trade. He was a welder for Con Edison for six years before joining the Fire Department 18 years ago. When he and his wife of 20 years, the former Diana Cerda, purchased a fixer-upper in Willowbrook, Mr. Sabella saw it as a challenge where he could put his talents to the test. With his brother and other skilled friends taking part, the team of weekend warriors raised the roof, eventually adding an entire second floor. He took great pride in also doing most of the finish work himself. Mr. Sabella's penchant for boldly going where few would dare extended to his personal style -- just recently he shaved his head -- as well as to the kitchen. He loved growing his own vegetables and experimented with various recipes and ingredients. Getting across the message to his children, Nicole, 10 and James, 6, that fearlessness is a virtue so long you also have basic street smarts, Mr. Sabella was always on the go, whether it was coaching his daughter's New Springville girls softball team, his son's T-ball team or the occasional round of golf with his best buddy, his brother Charles. Last year, at age 43, he made it his business to learn snowboarding so he could join his daughter and her friends on the slopes at Hunter Mountain. And about four years ago, Mr. Sabella revived a long-abandoned Italian family ritual by attempting to make his own wine. "It was tough going down," his brother joked. "And it came right back up. But he kept at it, and each year it improved." As the hope of finding survivors in the trade center rubble began to fade, a bottle of his most recent vintage was uncorked and the family joined in a toast to its maker. "It was excellent," his brother beamed.
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Ed POPE FRANCIS TO CUBA? IT'S NOT OFFICIAL, BUT POSSIBLE, VATICAN SAYS VATICAN CITY, April 17 (CNA/EWTN News) .- The Holy See Press Office confirmed today that Pope Francis is considering a possible stop in Cuba as part as his trip to United States, wh Read more ... ich is scheduled to take place in September. “The Holy Father has taken into consideration the idea to stop in Cuba as part of his coming voyage to the United States,” an April 17 press release from the Vatican revealed. However, the release clarified that “contact with the authorities of the country is still at a very initial stage, so it is not possible to speak of this stop as having already been decided and that there is an operative project going on.” Although it's in the preliminary stages, contact with Cuban officials is sure to be strengthened in the coming week with the visit of Cardinal Beniamino Stella, Prefect of the Congregation of the Clergy, who will travel to the country Apr. 22-28 to celebrate the 80th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the Holy See. Cardinal Stella served as papal nuncio to Cuba from 1993-1999, and helped pave the way and organize St. John Paul II’s visit in 1998, which marked the first-ever papal trip to the Caribbean Island. The cardinal is set to meet with local clergy during his visit, and will celebrate three Masses. He will also encounter the top officials of the Cuban government and of the Communist Party. His visit may represent a further fostering of the Holy See contribution in Cuba, and could be seen as a sign of the papal effort to help normalize relations between Cuba and the United States. On the eve of the Dec. 17 announcement of the normalization of the diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, former Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone traveled to Cuba for a private visit. In the coming days Archbishop Giorgio Lingua, former papal nuncio to Jordan and Iraq, will take up his post as the new nuncio to Cuba. He was appointed to the position March 17, and one of his main tasks will be to help facilitate talks between U.S. and Cuba. The possible stop in Cuba this year would fit within the framework of Pope Francis’ efforts in the dialogue, since Washington and Havana are currently in talks to re-establish the diplomatic ties. If the Cuba visit is made official, it would be the first stop in a week-long papal voyage to the United States. Although the official program for the Pope’s trip to the U.S. has not been released, some appointments have been already been confirmed. Pope Francis will be the first pope to speak to a joint session of the U.S. Congress in Washington, which is scheduled to take place Sept. 24. On March 18, secretary general of the United Nations Ban Ki Moon made it official that Francis will address the U.N. General Assembly in New York Sept. 25, and then move on to Philadelphia Sep. 26-27 to attend the World Meeting of Families. The Pope’s appointments in New York are also expected to include a visit to Ground Zero, the site of the terrorist attack on Sept. 11, 2001, that brought down New York City’s twin World Trade Center towers. In Philadelphia, the two big events the Pope is anticipated to attend are a prayer vigil on the 26th and Sunday Mass on the 27th. The organizational committee for the Pope’s U.S. visit includes: Archbishop Bernardito Auza, Holy See Permanent Observer to the United Nations in New York; Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, papal nuncio to the United States; Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington; Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley, archbishop of Boston; Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, also president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops; Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York; Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia; Msgr. Ronny Jenkins, secretary-general at the bishops’ conference, as well as a team of various secretaries and assistants.
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United President al-Assad Interview: “If support to Terrorism continues, al-Qaeda will be the future of Europe and the Region” - President Bashar al-Assad described in an interview with the Swedish Expressen Newspaper the outcomes of Moscow talks as Read more ... a breakthrough and said that the UN envoy’s Aleppo plan, which is supported by the government, was spoiled by external intervention, renewing his warning that the terrorism imported to Syria will “bite” its backers whenever it has the chance. He also called on Sweden to influence the EU to lift the economic sanctions imposed on the Syrian people. The following is part of the full text of the interview: Question 1: Mr. President, I would like to offer my most sincere thanks on behalf of Expressen for giving us this interview. Thank you so much. While we are sitting here, doing this interview, the terrorist organization ISIS and even al-Nusra is overrunning al-Yarmouk refugee camp. At the same time, al-Nusra is controlling the Syrian-Jordanian border and have taken control over Idleb. How serious would you describe the situation now? President Assad: Whenever you talk about terrorism, it’s always serious, because it’s always dangerous, anytime, anywhere, no matter how. That’s what you always say about terrorism, and it is not related directly to the example you have mentioned, because this is only a manifestation of terrorism. It’s a long process that started years ago even before the crisis in Syria. Terrorism is serious and dangerous because it doesn’t have borders, it doesn’t have limits. It could hit anywhere, it’s not a domestic issue. It’s not even regional; it’s global, that’s why it’s always dangerous. In our case, it’s more dangerous, let’s say, the situation is worse not only because of the military situation that you have mentioned in your question. Actually because this time it was having a political umbrella by many countries, many leaders, many officials, but mainly in the West. Many of those officials didn’t see the reality at the very beginning. It’s more dangerous this time because we don’t have international law, and you don’t have the effective international organization that would protect a country from another country that uses the terrorists as a proxy to destroy another country. That’s what’s happening in Syria. So, I’ll say yes, it is dangerous, but at the same time, it’s reversible. As long as it’s reversible, it’s not too late to deal with it. It’s going to be more serious with the time when the terrorists indoctrinate the hearts and minds of people. Question 2: But they are overrunning more areas in Syria. Are the Syrian forces and army weakened? President Assad: That’s the natural, normal repercussion of any war. Any war weakens any army, no matter how strong, no matter how modern. It undermines and weakens every society, in every aspect of the word; the economy, the society, let’s say, the morals, and of course the army as part of this society. That’s normal. Question 3: But is the army weaker than before? Because last year, we could see win-win effect from your side, from the army’s side, you overrunning more areas, more control over al-Qalamoun and other areas, but now, they have control over Idleb, as an example. President Assad: It’s not related to that issue, whether it’s stronger or weaker. As I said, any war undermines any army, that’s the natural course of events. But in your case, when you look at the context of the war for the last four years, you have ups and downs. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and that depends on many criteria, some of them related to domestic, internal and military criteria, or factors, let’s say, which is more precise. Some of them are related to how much support the terrorists have. For example, the recent example that you mentioned about Idleb, the main factor was the huge support that came through Turkey; logistic support, and military support, and of course financial support that came through Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Question 4: Is it information, or is it an opinion? President Assad: Information, everything, they were like one army; the terrorists, al-Nusra Front which is part of al-Qaeda, and the Turkish government or institutions or intelligence, were like one army in that battle, so it doesn’t depend on the weakening of our army. It depended more on how much support the terrorists have from Turkey. Question 5: Turkey and Qatar and Saudi Arabia, they had an agenda four years ago. Did it change? Did they change that agenda? President Assad: First of all, they’re not independent countries, so they won’t have their own agenda. Sometimes they have their own narrow-minded behavior or vengeful behavior or hateful behavior that’s been used by others’ agenda, let’s be frank here, sometimes the United States. So, we cannot say that they have their own agenda, but they haven’t changed. They still support the same terrorists, because this behavior is not related to the crisis in Syria. They supported the terrorists in Afghanistan, they supported the Wahhabi ideology, the extremism that led to terrorism recently in Europe, for decades, and now they are supporting the same ideology and the same factions under different labels and names in Syria. So, there’s nothing to change because this is their natural behavior. Question 6: Which ideology you mean? President Assad: The Wahhabi ideology, which forms the foundation for every terrorism in the world. No terrorist acts for the last decades in the Middle East and in the world happened without this ideology. Every terrorist bases his doctrine on the Wahhabi ideology. Question 7: Wahhabi ideology, it’s linked to 9-11 and all the terrorist groups. Doesn’t the United States know about that link between Wahhabi ideology and terrorists? But they continue to support Saudi Arabia. President Assad: This is a very important question, because the United States in the 1980s called the same groups of al-Qaeda and Taliban, in Afghanistan, they called them holy fighters, and that’s what president Bush described them as, holy fighters. And then, after the 11th of September 2001, they called them terrorists. The problem with the United States and of course some Western officials is that they think you can use terrorism as a card in your pocket, as a political card. Actually, terrorism is like a scorpion; whenever it has the chance, it will bite. So, they know, but they didn’t estimate how dangerous terrorism is to be used as a political card. Question 8: Mr. President, the official Syrian delegation and part of the opposition have recently met in Moscow. Are there any effective results of that meeting? President Assad: Actually, yes. We can say yes, because this meeting was the first time to reach – because you know we had many dialogues before – this is the first time to reach an agreement upon some of the principles that could make the foundation for the next dialogue between the Syrians. We haven’t finalized it yet, because the schedule of that meeting was very comprehensive, so four days wasn’t enough. Actually, two days, it was four days, but two days between the government and the other opposition representatives. It wasn’t enough to finalize the schedule, but because when you have a breakthrough, even if it’s a partial breakthrough, it means that the next meeting will be promising in reaching a full agreement about what are the principles of Syrian dialogue that will bring a Syrian, let’s say, solution to the conflict. Question 9: It’s very important, what you say, Mr. President, because the United Nations’ Syria Envoy, Mr. Staffan de Mistura, he’s planning a series of consultations to begin in May or June to assess the chance of finding a common ground between the main states with an interest in the conflict. What do you think about it? President Assad: Actually, I agree with de Mistura about this point, because if we want to look at the conflict in Syria as only an internal conflict between Syrian factions, that’s not realistic and that’s not objective. Actually, the problem is not very complicated, but it became complicated because of external intervention, and any plan you want to execute in Syria today in order to solve the problem – and that’s what he faced in his plan towards Aleppo – it will be spoiled by external intervention. That’s what happened in Aleppo, when the Turks told the factions, the terrorists they support and supervise, to refuse to cooperate with de Mistura, so I think he’s aware that if he couldn’t convince these countries to stop supporting the terrorists and let the Syrians solve their problem, he will not succeed. Question 10: What is your opinion about de Mistura’s efforts? President Assad: We discussed with him the plan for Aleppo, and it comes in line with our efforts in making reconciliations in different areas in Syria. This is where we succeeded, and this is where you could make things better, when you have people going back to their normality, when the government gives them amnesty and they turn in their armaments, and so on. So, his plan for Aleppo comes in line with the same principle of reconciliation, so we supported it from the very beginning, and we still support his efforts in that regard. Question 11: Mr. President, Sweden is the only country in Europe that grants permanent rights of stay for people that flee the war in Syria. What has that meant, and how do you view Sweden’s policy? President Assad: In that regard or in general? Question 12: In that regard, that’s right. President Assad: I think that’s something that’s appreciated around the world, not only in our country, and this humanitarian stand of Sweden is appreciated regarding different conflicts, including the Syrian one. So, this is a good thing to do, to give people refuge, but if you ask the Syrian people who fled from Syria “what do you want?” They don’t want to flee Syria because of the war; they want to end that war. That’s their aim, that’s our aim. So, I think if you give people refuge, it is good, but the best is to help them in going back to their country. How? I think Sweden is an important country in the EU. It can play a major role in lifting the sanctions, because many of the Syrians who went to Sweden or any other country, didn’t only leave because of the terrorist acts; they left because of the embargo, because they have no way for living, they want the basics for their daily livelihood. Because of the embargo, they had to leave Syria, so lifting the embargo that has affected every single Syrian person and at the same time banning any European country from giving an umbrella to terrorists under different names, whether they call it peaceful opposition, whether they call it moderate opposition. It’s been very clear today, it’s been proved, that this opposition that they used to support is the same al-Nusra and al-Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood. Third one is to make pressure over countries that support terrorists and prevent any plan of peace in Syria, like the one that you mentioned, of Mr. de Mistura, to be implemented in Syria, mainly Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey. So I think this is the best help and humanitarian help on the political title that Sweden could offer to the Syrian people. Question 13: Embargo and war, and millions of refugees or people who fled from the country. This has been described as the worst refugee crisis since World War II. How big of a responsibility, Mr. President, do you have for this situation? President Assad: I think to compare between what’s happening in Syria, even from a humanitarian point of view, and what happened in World War II, I think it’s kind of a huge exaggeration. We cannot compare, for political reasons. But regardless of this exaggeration, we have millions of people who are displaced from their areas to other areas because of the terrorist acts, and that’s a huge burden. Actually, so far, we bear the major brunt of the crisis. You hear a lot of fuss about what the international organizations and what they call themselves “friends of Syria” spend money and give support and donations to the Syrians. Actually, if you want to have just a glimpse of what we are doing, for example in 2014, last year, all those countries and organizations offered in the food sector 22% of what we offer as a country during the war. That’s a huge difference, which is 1 to 5. Question 14: Inside the country? President Assad: Inside Syria, yes. Regarding the healthcare sector, it was 1 to 18 in our favor. So actually, we are bearing the brunt. Besides that, we’re still paying salaries, sending vaccines to the children, offering and providing the basic requirements for the hospitals in the areas that are under the control of the terrorists. So, we are still running the country and bearing the brunt. Question 15: According to SAPO, the Swedish intelligence agency, returning jihadists – there are many here in Syria now – returning jihadists are the biggest domestic threat in Sweden today. Do you agree? President Assad: I wouldn’t look at terrorism as domestic or as regional. As I said, it’s global. So, if you want to look at Sweden as part of Europe or part of the Scandinavian group of European countries, you have to take into consideration that the most dangerous leaders of ISIS in our region are Scandinavian. Question 16: This is information? President Assad: Yes, it’s information. That’s what we have as information. So, you cannot separate this group of countries or Sweden from Europe. As long as you have terrorism growing in different European countries, Sweden cannot be safe. As long as the backyard of Europe, especially the Mediterranean and Northern Africa is in chaos and full of terrorists, Europe cannot be safe. So, yes I agree that it is a primary or prime threat, but you cannot call it domestic, but it’s a threat. Question 17: Has Sweden asked you to share information about these ISIS fighters or other jihadists? President Assad: No, there’s no contact between our intelligence agencies. Question 18: Mr. President, in December 2010, Taimour Abdulwahab, a Swedish terrorist who was trained in Iraq and Syria, carried out a suicide attack in Stockholm. Recently, the same scenario in Paris, Charlie Hebdo, and even Copenhagen. Do you think Western countries will face the same scenario in the future? President Assad: Actually, everything that happened in Europe, and I mean terrorist attacks, we warned from at the very beginning of the crisis, and I said Syria is a fault line, when you mess with this fault line you will have the echoes and repercussions in different areas, not only in our area, even in Europe. At that time, they said the Syrian president is threatening. Actually, I wasn’t threatening; I was describing what’s going to happen. It doesn’t take a genius because that’s the context of events that happened many times in our region, and we have experience with those kinds of terrorists for more than 50 years now. They didn’t listen, so what happened was warned of before, and what we saw in France, in Charlie Hebdo, the suicide attempts in Copenhagen, in London, in Spain, ten years ago, this is only the tip of the iceberg; terrorism is a huge mountain. It’s not isolated events. When you have those isolated events, you have to know that you have a big mountain under the sea that you don’t see. So, yes, I expect, as long as you have this mountain, and as long as many European officials are still adulating countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar just for their money and selling their values and allowing the Wahhabi dark ideology to infiltrate and be instilled in some communities in Europe, we have to expect more attacks in that regard. Question 19: What is the most effective way to deal with terrorism? President Assad: First of all, terrorism is not a war. First of all, it’s a state of mind, it’s a culture, so you have to deal with this culture. You have to deal with it in an ideological way, and that implicates the education and the culture. Second, those terrorists exploit the poor people. You have to deal with poverty, so economic growth is very important, development. Third, you have to deal with the political issue that’s being used by these terrorists in order to indoctrinate those youths or children in solving the political problems in our region, for example the peace issue was one of the primary reasons for those terrorists to recruit terrorists. Question 20: Which peace? You mean the peace process? President Assad: I mean between the Arabs and the Israelis. Solving this problem, because this is one of the reasons to having desperation, you have to deal with the desperation of those youths who wanted to go and die to go to heaven to have a better life. That’s how they think. So, you have to deal with these desperations. The last measure is exchanging information between the intelligence. War is only to defend yourself against terrorism. You cannot go and attack terrorism by war, you can only defend yourself if they use military means, so that’s how we can defend against terrorism. Question 21: Mr. President, ISIS has asked its supporters from around the world to come to Syria and Iraq to populate their so-called caliphate. How do you see the future for ISIS? President Assad: I don’t think that ISIS so far has any real incubator in our society. Let me talk about Syria first. I cannot talk on behalf of other societies in our region, because when you talk about ISIS it’s not a Syrian issue now; Syrian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Libyan, in Egypt, in many areas they have it. But regarding Syria, they don’t have the incubator, so if you want to talk about the short term, ISIS doesn’t have a future, but in the midterm, in the long term, when they indoctrinate the hearts and minds of the people, especially the youths and children. This area will have only one future; al-Qaeda future, which is ISIS, al-Nusra, and Muslim Brotherhood, and this is going to be your backyard, I mean the European backyard. Question 22: In the middle and long term, it’s very dangerous. President Assad: Of course it is, because you can take procedures against many things, but ideology you cannot control. When it is instilled, it’s very difficult to get rid of. So, when it’s instilled, this is the only future of the region. Question 23: ISIS and al-Nusra, they get help, they receive support from outside, you said Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and like that, but so does your side too. You have Hezbollah fighting for you. Do you need Hezbollah here in Syria? President Assad: As a Swedish citizen, you don’t accept anyone to tell you or to draw comparison between Taimour Abdulwahab, for example, as a terrorist, and your government, no matter whether you agree with your government or oppose your government. The same for Charlie Hebdo, terrorists and the French government, you cannot make comparison. So, we don’t accept as Syrians to have comparison between the state and the terrorist organizations. Our mission is to help the country, to defend the citizens, while I don’t think this is the role of ISIS or al-Nusra or the Muslim Brotherhood. Their role, actually, is only to kill people and terrorize them. So, you cannot make a comparison. Second, as a government, we have the right to ask for support from any state or organization or any entity that will help us in our war against terrorism. Third, because when I said terrorism cannot be a domestic issue, and this is wrong to look at it as a domestic issue, the good thing is to have cooperation with different powers in the region. For example, we had cooperation between the Syrians and the Iraqis even before the rise of ISIS recently during the summer of last year in Mosul. Before that we had good cooperation, intelligence and even military, for one reason; because the Iraqis were aware that the terrorism in Syria could spill over to Iraq, and that’s what happened in Mosul. The same is with the Lebanese. So, Hezbollah is aware that terrorism in Syria means terrorism in Lebanon. Chaos here means chaos there, so this kind of regional cooperation is very important for all of us. Question 24: Mr. President, once again you are accused for having used chemical weapons in Syria. Two sets of tests carried out for The Times and medical charities reveal that your forces chlorine and cyanide, according to The Times and even Amnesty International, I think. What do you have to say about it? President Assad: We always said this is propaganda against Syria from the very first day, to demonize the president to demonize the state, in order to bring the hearts and minds of the Syrian people toward their agenda. That didn’t work, and if you want to compare this propaganda to what is happening now in the West regarding Ukraine, it’s nearly the same; demonizing Putin and telling and forging, a lot of videos and things that only tell the public opinion in the West lies. This is reality. Western people should be aware about this. That doesn’t mean we don’t have mistakes, we don’t have something wrong or something bad going on, but at the end, this media propaganda doesn’t reflect the reality in our region. So, talking about the chemical weapons, they didn’t have a single evidence regarding this, and even the numbers that are being published by many European organizations as part of that propaganda were varied from 200 victims to 1,400 victims. It means it’s not objective, it’s not precise, and so far there’s no evidence that those people were killed because of this attack. The only evidence that we have when the committee came from the United Nations, it proved that the sarin gas was used in that area, but they couldn’t tell how and by whom, so they just keep accusing Syria of that. That’s not realistic, because if you want to use WMDs, you don’t kill a few hundreds; you kill tens of thousands of people, and that’s beside the capital, it will affect everyone. So, many stories regarding this issue are not correct. Second, we are the party who asked the United Nations to send a delegation to verify this allegation. Question 25: You still do that? President Assad: We did, Syria did. Syria asked the United Nations, not any other country. When there was proof that terrorists used it in the north of Syria, they didn’t try to verify it. They didn’t mention it. So it’s part of the political agenda against Syria. Question 26: As you know there are many serious allegations against your government, about human rights abuses committed by your side. How much do you know about torture in your prisons here? President Assad: When you talk about torture we have to differentiate between policy of torture and individual incidents that happen by any individual. When you talk about a policy of torture, the closest example is what happened in Guantanamo. In Guantanamo, there was a policy of torture by the American administration that was endorsed by president Bush and by his minister of defense and the rest of the administration. With Syria we never had under any circumstances such a policy. If you have any breach of law, torture, revenge, whatever, it could be an individual incident that the one who committed should be held accountable for. So, that’s what could happen anywhere in the world, like any other crime. Question 27: Can Amnesty International or Red Cross visit your prisons here? President Assad: We had many reporters and many organizations that came to Syria, but if you want to mention a certain name to come and visit, that depends on the kind of cooperation a certain organization and our government and that depends on the credibility of the organization. But in principle, many organizations and entities can visit our prisons. Question 28: Mr. President, I have covered the war in Syria for the last four years. I met different groups and activists who were involved in the conflict. I even met soldiers from your army here. Some of those activists are actually not Islamists. I have been told that they fight for freedom. What would you like to say to them? President Assad: We never said every fighter is an Islamist. We know that. But they are prevailing now, the terrorists, ISIS and al-Nusra, but if you want to talk about freedom, freedom is a natural instinct in every human since our ancestor Adam, and this is a divine thing for anyone to ask for, so it’s going to be illogical and unrealistic and against the nature of the Earth and the people to be against freedom. But we have to ask a few simple questions. Is killing people part of that freedom? Is destroying schools and banning children from going to schools part of that freedom? Destroying the infrastructure, electricity, communications, sanitation system, beheading, dismemberment of victims. Is that freedom? I think the answer to that question is very clear to everyone regardless of their culture. So, we support anyone who works to get more freedom, but in an institutional way, under the constitution of that country, not by violence and terrorism and destroying the country. There’s no relation between that and freedom. Question 29: They blame even the Syrian army for the same things, as in killing and like that. President Assad: They have to prove. I mean, the army has been fighting for four years. How can you withstand a war against so many countries, great countries and rich countries, while you kill your people? How could you have the support of your people? That’s impossible. That’s against reality, I mean, that’s unpalatable. Question 30: If you could turn back the time to 2011 and the start of the crisis, what would you, with the benefit of hindsight, have done differently? President Assad: We have to go to the basics first. I mean, the two things that we adopted in the very beginning: fight the terrorists, and at the same make dialogue, and we started dialogue during the first year, a few months after the beginning of the conflicts in Syria. We invited everyone to the table to make dialogue, and we cooperated with every initiative that came from the United Nations, from the Arab League, and from any other country, regardless of the credibility of that initiative, just in order not to leave any stone unturned and not to give anyone the excuse that they didn’t do this or didn’t do that. So, we tried everything. So, I don’t think anyone could say that we should have gone in a different way, whether regarding the dialogue or fighting terrorism. These are the main pillars of our policy since the beginning of the problem. Now, any policy needs execution and implementation. In implementation, you always have mistakes and that’s natural. So, to talk about doing things differently, it could be about the details sometimes, but I don’t think now the Syrians would say we don’t want to make dialogue or we don’t want to fight terrorism. 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United President al-Assad Interview: “If support to Terrorism continues, al-Qaeda will be the future of Europe and the Region” - President Bashar al-Assad described in an interview with the Swedish Expressen Newspaper the outcomes of Moscow talks as Read more ... a breakthrough and said that the UN envoy’s Aleppo plan, which is supported by the government, was spoiled by external intervention, renewing his warning that the terrorism imported to Syria will “bite” its backers whenever it has the chance. He also called on Sweden to influence the EU to lift the economic sanctions imposed on the Syrian people. The following is part of the full text of the interview: Question 1: Mr. President, I would like to offer my most sincere thanks on behalf of Expressen for giving us this interview. Thank you so much. While we are sitting here, doing this interview, the terrorist organization ISIS and even al-Nusra is overrunning al-Yarmouk refugee camp. At the same time, al-Nusra is controlling the Syrian-Jordanian border and have taken control over Idleb. How serious would you describe the situation now? President Assad: Whenever you talk about terrorism, it’s always serious, because it’s always dangerous, anytime, anywhere, no matter how. That’s what you always say about terrorism, and it is not related directly to the example you have mentioned, because this is only a manifestation of terrorism. It’s a long process that started years ago even before the crisis in Syria. Terrorism is serious and dangerous because it doesn’t have borders, it doesn’t have limits. It could hit anywhere, it’s not a domestic issue. It’s not even regional; it’s global, that’s why it’s always dangerous. In our case, it’s more dangerous, let’s say, the situation is worse not only because of the military situation that you have mentioned in your question. Actually because this time it was having a political umbrella by many countries, many leaders, many officials, but mainly in the West. Many of those officials didn’t see the reality at the very beginning. It’s more dangerous this time because we don’t have international law, and you don’t have the effective international organization that would protect a country from another country that uses the terrorists as a proxy to destroy another country. That’s what’s happening in Syria. So, I’ll say yes, it is dangerous, but at the same time, it’s reversible. As long as it’s reversible, it’s not too late to deal with it. It’s going to be more serious with the time when the terrorists indoctrinate the hearts and minds of people. Question 2: But they are overrunning more areas in Syria. Are the Syrian forces and army weakened? President Assad: That’s the natural, normal repercussion of any war. Any war weakens any army, no matter how strong, no matter how modern. It undermines and weakens every society, in every aspect of the word; the economy, the society, let’s say, the morals, and of course the army as part of this society. That’s normal. Question 3: But is the army weaker than before? Because last year, we could see win-win effect from your side, from the army’s side, you overrunning more areas, more control over al-Qalamoun and other areas, but now, they have control over Idleb, as an example. President Assad: It’s not related to that issue, whether it’s stronger or weaker. As I said, any war undermines any army, that’s the natural course of events. But in your case, when you look at the context of the war for the last four years, you have ups and downs. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and that depends on many criteria, some of them related to domestic, internal and military criteria, or factors, let’s say, which is more precise. Some of them are related to how much support the terrorists have. For example, the recent example that you mentioned about Idleb, the main factor was the huge support that came through Turkey; logistic support, and military support, and of course financial support that came through Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Question 4: Is it information, or is it an opinion? President Assad: Information, everything, they were like one army; the terrorists, al-Nusra Front which is part of al-Qaeda, and the Turkish government or institutions or intelligence, were like one army in that battle, so it doesn’t depend on the weakening of our army. It depended more on how much support the terrorists have from Turkey. Question 5: Turkey and Qatar and Saudi Arabia, they had an agenda four years ago. Did it change? Did they change that agenda? President Assad: First of all, they’re not independent countries, so they won’t have their own agenda. Sometimes they have their own narrow-minded behavior or vengeful behavior or hateful behavior that’s been used by others’ agenda, let’s be frank here, sometimes the United States. So, we cannot say that they have their own agenda, but they haven’t changed. They still support the same terrorists, because this behavior is not related to the crisis in Syria. They supported the terrorists in Afghanistan, they supported the Wahhabi ideology, the extremism that led to terrorism recently in Europe, for decades, and now they are supporting the same ideology and the same factions under different labels and names in Syria. So, there’s nothing to change because this is their natural behavior. Question 6: Which ideology you mean? President Assad: The Wahhabi ideology, which forms the foundation for every terrorism in the world. No terrorist acts for the last decades in the Middle East and in the world happened without this ideology. Every terrorist bases his doctrine on the Wahhabi ideology. Question 7: Wahhabi ideology, it’s linked to 9-11 and all the terrorist groups. Doesn’t the United States know about that link between Wahhabi ideology and terrorists? But they continue to support Saudi Arabia. President Assad: This is a very important question, because the United States in the 1980s called the same groups of al-Qaeda and Taliban, in Afghanistan, they called them holy fighters, and that’s what president Bush described them as, holy fighters. And then, after the 11th of September 2001, they called them terrorists. The problem with the United States and of course some Western officials is that they think you can use terrorism as a card in your pocket, as a political card. Actually, terrorism is like a scorpion; whenever it has the chance, it will bite. So, they know, but they didn’t estimate how dangerous terrorism is to be used as a political card. Question 8: Mr. President, the official Syrian delegation and part of the opposition have recently met in Moscow. Are there any effective results of that meeting? President Assad: Actually, yes. We can say yes, because this meeting was the first time to reach – because you know we had many dialogues before – this is the first time to reach an agreement upon some of the principles that could make the foundation for the next dialogue between the Syrians. We haven’t finalized it yet, because the schedule of that meeting was very comprehensive, so four days wasn’t enough. Actually, two days, it was four days, but two days between the government and the other opposition representatives. It wasn’t enough to finalize the schedule, but because when you have a breakthrough, even if it’s a partial breakthrough, it means that the next meeting will be promising in reaching a full agreement about what are the principles of Syrian dialogue that will bring a Syrian, let’s say, solution to the conflict. Question 9: It’s very important, what you say, Mr. President, because the United Nations’ Syria Envoy, Mr. Staffan de Mistura, he’s planning a series of consultations to begin in May or June to assess the chance of finding a common ground between the main states with an interest in the conflict. What do you think about it? President Assad: Actually, I agree with de Mistura about this point, because if we want to look at the conflict in Syria as only an internal conflict between Syrian factions, that’s not realistic and that’s not objective. Actually, the problem is not very complicated, but it became complicated because of external intervention, and any plan you want to execute in Syria today in order to solve the problem – and that’s what he faced in his plan towards Aleppo – it will be spoiled by external intervention. That’s what happened in Aleppo, when the Turks told the factions, the terrorists they support and supervise, to refuse to cooperate with de Mistura, so I think he’s aware that if he couldn’t convince these countries to stop supporting the terrorists and let the Syrians solve their problem, he will not succeed. Question 10: What is your opinion about de Mistura’s efforts? President Assad: We discussed with him the plan for Aleppo, and it comes in line with our efforts in making reconciliations in different areas in Syria. This is where we succeeded, and this is where you could make things better, when you have people going back to their normality, when the government gives them amnesty and they turn in their armaments, and so on. So, his plan for Aleppo comes in line with the same principle of reconciliation, so we supported it from the very beginning, and we still support his efforts in that regard. Question 11: Mr. President, Sweden is the only country in Europe that grants permanent rights of stay for people that flee the war in Syria. What has that meant, and how do you view Sweden’s policy? President Assad: In that regard or in general? Question 12: In that regard, that’s right. President Assad: I think that’s something that’s appreciated around the world, not only in our country, and this humanitarian stand of Sweden is appreciated regarding different conflicts, including the Syrian one. So, this is a good thing to do, to give people refuge, but if you ask the Syrian people who fled from Syria “what do you want?” They don’t want to flee Syria because of the war; they want to end that war. That’s their aim, that’s our aim. So, I think if you give people refuge, it is good, but the best is to help them in going back to their country. How? I think Sweden is an important country in the EU. It can play a major role in lifting the sanctions, because many of the Syrians who went to Sweden or any other country, didn’t only leave because of the terrorist acts; they left because of the embargo, because they have no way for living, they want the basics for their daily livelihood. Because of the embargo, they had to leave Syria, so lifting the embargo that has affected every single Syrian person and at the same time banning any European country from giving an umbrella to terrorists under different names, whether they call it peaceful opposition, whether they call it moderate opposition. It’s been very clear today, it’s been proved, that this opposition that they used to support is the same al-Nusra and al-Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood. Third one is to make pressure over countries that support terrorists and prevent any plan of peace in Syria, like the one that you mentioned, of Mr. de Mistura, to be implemented in Syria, mainly Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey. So I think this is the best help and humanitarian help on the political title that Sweden could offer to the Syrian people. Question 13: Embargo and war, and millions of refugees or people who fled from the country. This has been described as the worst refugee crisis since World War II. How big of a responsibility, Mr. President, do you have for this situation? President Assad: I think to compare between what’s happening in Syria, even from a humanitarian point of view, and what happened in World War II, I think it’s kind of a huge exaggeration. We cannot compare, for political reasons. But regardless of this exaggeration, we have millions of people who are displaced from their areas to other areas because of the terrorist acts, and that’s a huge burden. Actually, so far, we bear the major brunt of the crisis. You hear a lot of fuss about what the international organizations and what they call themselves “friends of Syria” spend money and give support and donations to the Syrians. Actually, if you want to have just a glimpse of what we are doing, for example in 2014, last year, all those countries and organizations offered in the food sector 22% of what we offer as a country during the war. That’s a huge difference, which is 1 to 5. Question 14: Inside the country? President Assad: Inside Syria, yes. Regarding the healthcare sector, it was 1 to 18 in our favor. So actually, we are bearing the brunt. Besides that, we’re still paying salaries, sending vaccines to the children, offering and providing the basic requirements for the hospitals in the areas that are under the control of the terrorists. So, we are still running the country and bearing the brunt. Question 15: According to SAPO, the Swedish intelligence agency, returning jihadists – there are many here in Syria now – returning jihadists are the biggest domestic threat in Sweden today. Do you agree? President Assad: I wouldn’t look at terrorism as domestic or as regional. As I said, it’s global. So, if you want to look at Sweden as part of Europe or part of the Scandinavian group of European countries, you have to take into consideration that the most dangerous leaders of ISIS in our region are Scandinavian. Question 16: This is information? President Assad: Yes, it’s information. That’s what we have as information. So, you cannot separate this group of countries or Sweden from Europe. As long as you have terrorism growing in different European countries, Sweden cannot be safe. As long as the backyard of Europe, especially the Mediterranean and Northern Africa is in chaos and full of terrorists, Europe cannot be safe. So, yes I agree that it is a primary or prime threat, but you cannot call it domestic, but it’s a threat. Question 17: Has Sweden asked you to share information about these ISIS fighters or other jihadists? President Assad: No, there’s no contact between our intelligence agencies. Question 18: Mr. President, in December 2010, Taimour Abdulwahab, a Swedish terrorist who was trained in Iraq and Syria, carried out a suicide attack in Stockholm. Recently, the same scenario in Paris, Charlie Hebdo, and even Copenhagen. Do you think Western countries will face the same scenario in the future? President Assad: Actually, everything that happened in Europe, and I mean terrorist attacks, we warned from at the very beginning of the crisis, and I said Syria is a fault line, when you mess with this fault line you will have the echoes and repercussions in different areas, not only in our area, even in Europe. At that time, they said the Syrian president is threatening. Actually, I wasn’t threatening; I was describing what’s going to happen. It doesn’t take a genius because that’s the context of events that happened many times in our region, and we have experience with those kinds of terrorists for more than 50 years now. They didn’t listen, so what happened was warned of before, and what we saw in France, in Charlie Hebdo, the suicide attempts in Copenhagen, in London, in Spain, ten years ago, this is only the tip of the iceberg; terrorism is a huge mountain. It’s not isolated events. When you have those isolated events, you have to know that you have a big mountain under the sea that you don’t see. So, yes, I expect, as long as you have this mountain, and as long as many European officials are still adulating countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar just for their money and selling their values and allowing the Wahhabi dark ideology to infiltrate and be instilled in some communities in Europe, we have to expect more attacks in that regard. Question 19: What is the most effective way to deal with terrorism? President Assad: First of all, terrorism is not a war. First of all, it’s a state of mind, it’s a culture, so you have to deal with this culture. You have to deal with it in an ideological way, and that implicates the education and the culture. Second, those terrorists exploit the poor people. You have to deal with poverty, so economic growth is very important, development. Third, you have to deal with the political issue that’s being used by these terrorists in order to indoctrinate those youths or children in solving the political problems in our region, for example the peace issue was one of the primary reasons for those terrorists to recruit terrorists. Question 20: Which peace? You mean the peace process? President Assad: I mean between the Arabs and the Israelis. Solving this problem, because this is one of the reasons to having desperation, you have to deal with the desperation of those youths who wanted to go and die to go to heaven to have a better life. That’s how they think. So, you have to deal with these desperations. The last measure is exchanging information between the intelligence. War is only to defend yourself against terrorism. You cannot go and attack terrorism by war, you can only defend yourself if they use military means, so that’s how we can defend against terrorism. Question 21: Mr. President, ISIS has asked its supporters from around the world to come to Syria and Iraq to populate their so-called caliphate. How do you see the future for ISIS? President Assad: I don’t think that ISIS so far has any real incubator in our society. Let me talk about Syria first. I cannot talk on behalf of other societies in our region, because when you talk about ISIS it’s not a Syrian issue now; Syrian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Libyan, in Egypt, in many areas they have it. But regarding Syria, they don’t have the incubator, so if you want to talk about the short term, ISIS doesn’t have a future, but in the midterm, in the long term, when they indoctrinate the hearts and minds of the people, especially the youths and children. This area will have only one future; al-Qaeda future, which is ISIS, al-Nusra, and Muslim Brotherhood, and this is going to be your backyard, I mean the European backyard. Question 22: In the middle and long term, it’s very dangerous. President Assad: Of course it is, because you can take procedures against many things, but ideology you cannot control. When it is instilled, it’s very difficult to get rid of. So, when it’s instilled, this is the only future of the region. Question 23: ISIS and al-Nusra, they get help, they receive support from outside, you said Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and like that, but so does your side too. You have Hezbollah fighting for you. Do you need Hezbollah here in Syria? President Assad: As a Swedish citizen, you don’t accept anyone to tell you or to draw comparison between Taimour Abdulwahab, for example, as a terrorist, and your government, no matter whether you agree with your government or oppose your government. The same for Charlie Hebdo, terrorists and the French government, you cannot make comparison. So, we don’t accept as Syrians to have comparison between the state and the terrorist organizations. Our mission is to help the country, to defend the citizens, while I don’t think this is the role of ISIS or al-Nusra or the Muslim Brotherhood. Their role, actually, is only to kill people and terrorize them. So, you cannot make a comparison. Second, as a government, we have the right to ask for support from any state or organization or any entity that will help us in our war against terrorism. Third, because when I said terrorism cannot be a domestic issue, and this is wrong to look at it as a domestic issue, the good thing is to have cooperation with different powers in the region. For example, we had cooperation between the Syrians and the Iraqis even before the rise of ISIS recently during the summer of last year in Mosul. Before that we had good cooperation, intelligence and even military, for one reason; because the Iraqis were aware that the terrorism in Syria could spill over to Iraq, and that’s what happened in Mosul. The same is with the Lebanese. So, Hezbollah is aware that terrorism in Syria means terrorism in Lebanon. Chaos here means chaos there, so this kind of regional cooperation is very important for all of us. Question 24: Mr. President, once again you are accused for having used chemical weapons in Syria. Two sets of tests carried out for The Times and medical charities reveal that your forces chlorine and cyanide, according to The Times and even Amnesty International, I think. What do you have to say about it? President Assad: We always said this is propaganda against Syria from the very first day, to demonize the president to demonize the state, in order to bring the hearts and minds of the Syrian people toward their agenda. That didn’t work, and if you want to compare this propaganda to what is happening now in the West regarding Ukraine, it’s nearly the same; demonizing Putin and telling and forging, a lot of videos and things that only tell the public opinion in the West lies. This is reality. Western people should be aware about this. That doesn’t mean we don’t have mistakes, we don’t have something wrong or something bad going on, but at the end, this media propaganda doesn’t reflect the reality in our region. So, talking about the chemical weapons, they didn’t have a single evidence regarding this, and even the numbers that are being published by many European organizations as part of that propaganda were varied from 200 victims to 1,400 victims. It means it’s not objective, it’s not precise, and so far there’s no evidence that those people were killed because of this attack. The only evidence that we have when the committee came from the United Nations, it proved that the sarin gas was used in that area, but they couldn’t tell how and by whom, so they just keep accusing Syria of that. That’s not realistic, because if you want to use WMDs, you don’t kill a few hundreds; you kill tens of thousands of people, and that’s beside the capital, it will affect everyone. So, many stories regarding this issue are not correct. Second, we are the party who asked the United Nations to send a delegation to verify this allegation. Question 25: You still do that? President Assad: We did, Syria did. Syria asked the United Nations, not any other country. When there was proof that terrorists used it in the north of Syria, they didn’t try to verify it. They didn’t mention it. So it’s part of the political agenda against Syria. Question 26: As you know there are many serious allegations against your government, about human rights abuses committed by your side. How much do you know about torture in your prisons here? President Assad: When you talk about torture we have to differentiate between policy of torture and individual incidents that happen by any individual. When you talk about a policy of torture, the closest example is what happened in Guantanamo. In Guantanamo, there was a policy of torture by the American administration that was endorsed by president Bush and by his minister of defense and the rest of the administration. With Syria we never had under any circumstances such a policy. If you have any breach of law, torture, revenge, whatever, it could be an individual incident that the one who committed should be held accountable for. So, that’s what could happen anywhere in the world, like any other crime. Question 27: Can Amnesty International or Red Cross visit your prisons here? President Assad: We had many reporters and many organizations that came to Syria, but if you want to mention a certain name to come and visit, that depends on the kind of cooperation a certain organization and our government and that depends on the credibility of the organization. But in principle, many organizations and entities can visit our prisons. Question 28: Mr. President, I have covered the war in Syria for the last four years. I met different groups and activists who were involved in the conflict. I even met soldiers from your army here. Some of those activists are actually not Islamists. I have been told that they fight for freedom. What would you like to say to them? President Assad: We never said every fighter is an Islamist. We know that. But they are prevailing now, the terrorists, ISIS and al-Nusra, but if you want to talk about freedom, freedom is a natural instinct in every human since our ancestor Adam, and this is a divine thing for anyone to ask for, so it’s going to be illogical and unrealistic and against the nature of the Earth and the people to be against freedom. But we have to ask a few simple questions. Is killing people part of that freedom? Is destroying schools and banning children from going to schools part of that freedom? Destroying the infrastructure, electricity, communications, sanitation system, beheading, dismemberment of victims. Is that freedom? I think the answer to that question is very clear to everyone regardless of their culture. So, we support anyone who works to get more freedom, but in an institutional way, under the constitution of that country, not by violence and terrorism and destroying the country. There’s no relation between that and freedom. Question 29: They blame even the Syrian army for the same things, as in killing and like that. President Assad: They have to prove. I mean, the army has been fighting for four years. How can you withstand a war against so many countries, great countries and rich countries, while you kill your people? How could you have the support of your people? That’s impossible. That’s against reality, I mean, that’s unpalatable. Question 30: If you could turn back the time to 2011 and the start of the crisis, what would you, with the benefit of hindsight, have done differently? President Assad: We have to go to the basics first. I mean, the two things that we adopted in the very beginning: fight the terrorists, and at the same make dialogue, and we started dialogue during the first year, a few months after the beginning of the conflicts in Syria. We invited everyone to the table to make dialogue, and we cooperated with every initiative that came from the United Nations, from the Arab League, and from any other country, regardless of the credibility of that initiative, just in order not to leave any stone unturned and not to give anyone the excuse that they didn’t do this or didn’t do that. So, we tried everything. So, I don’t think anyone could say that we should have gone in a different way, whether regarding the dialogue or fighting terrorism. These are the main pillars of our policy since the beginning of the problem. Now, any policy needs execution and implementation. In implementation, you always have mistakes and that’s natural. So, to talk about doing things differently, it could be about the details sometimes, but I don’t think now the Syrians would say we don’t want to make dialogue or we don’t want to fight terrorism. 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University "Seeking Peace in Wartime; Opposing War in Peacetime" is the 21st Annual Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy and will take place on Thursday, April 30 at 4 p.m. in the Hesburgh Center Auditorium. This lecture will Read more ... feature Sidney Tarrow, Emeritus Maxwell M. Upson Professor of Government, Cornell University This lecture is free and open to the public. Since September 11, 2001, the U.S. has been fighting against non-state actors in conflicts that elude the laws of war — in what is legally a time of peace. For the peace movement, this has had contradictory effects. Despite widespread opposition to war-making, the peace movement has been sporadic, fragmented, and weak. Sidney Tarrow will explore these contradictions and propose a path for those who seek to advance the cause of peace in America today. Sidney Tarrow is the Maxwell M. Upson Emeritus Professor of Government and Visiting Professor in the Law School at Cornell University. A fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he is the author of numerous books on social movements and contentious politics, most recently, The Language of Contention and War, States, and Contention. The Hesburgh Lectures in Ethics and Public Policy were established at the Kroc Institute in 1995 in honor of Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., president emeritus of Notre Dame and a global champion of peace and justice. For more information visit: http://kroc.nd.edu/news-events/events/2015/04/30/1726
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Puii IRRAWADY RIVER (ဧရာဝတီမြစ်) Burma ram zirlaiah chuan Irrawady Lui hming chu kan hre lar viau awm e.. Mizoram pawl 9 zirlaiah pawh, "Irrawady Luikamah" tih a awm kha.. Irrawaddy River hi Ayeyarwady River ti pawhin an sawi thin Read more ... a. Myanmar chhim leh hmar hawi zawnga luang a ni. Myanmar lui lian ber niin, Sumdawnna atana Tuikawng pawimawh ber a ni bawk. N'mai leh Mali Rivers infin atanga insiam a ni a, Andaman Sea-ah a luang lut a ni. a lui kuang hi 255,081 km2 vel niin, Burma ram hmun zau tak a awh duai mai a. Rudyard Kipling-a hla thuahte langin, chumi hnu chuan, 'The Road to Mandalay' tite pawhin an lo sawi nasa tawh thin hle bawk a ni. Kum zabi 6-na vel khan he lui hi sumdawnna kawng leh zinvahna kawng bera an hman a ni. Tuilakna kawng (irrigation canals) te siamin, he lui hi, Burma an awp laiin, British Empire tan a lo pawimawh thin hle bawk a ni. Tun thlengin sumdawnna kawng pawimawh tak a la ni zui ta zel a. Irrawaddy luihnar (Delta) chu irrawady luiin a chawm a, Buh an thar tha thei hle a. kum 2007 khan, Myanmar sipai sawrkarin hydroelectric dam 7 ngawt a siam a, heta tang hian kawlphetha (electric) 13,360 MW lai an hmu a. N'mai leh Mali Rivers-a Myitsone Dam atang pawhin, 3,600 MW lai an la thei bawk a ni.Amaherawhchu, tuikhuah (dam)-te avang hian Irrawaddy dolphin leh Irrawaddy river shark te an mang (extinct) phah a hlauhawm hle a ni. Delta awmzia chu khawmual, chulai chu luiin lui dang: ocean, sea, estuary, lake, reservoir te a finna lai vel a ni. Delta chu Luiin hnawl a lenkhawm atanga insiam a ni a. kum tam a vei chuan, khawmual ang deuhva lo awmin, a inpharh ta duai mai thin a ni. Irrawady tih hi Kachin hming Mali-Nmai -Hka tih a ni a. Burmese hming Irrawaddy tih hi tuna sipai sawrkarin a thlak a, Ayeyarwady tiin a ziak ta daih a. hei pawh hi hman laia river Ravi (Iravati : India) tih atanga lakchhawn a ni a, Pali tawng niin, Sanskrit tawng a ni lo a ni. iravati tih chu Sai chunga india pathian, Indra chuang tih sawina hming a ni. Indian thawnthuah chuan Sai hi tui chhinchhiahna (symbol) a ni. Irrawaddy delta hi Hinthada(Henzada) chung atanga 98 km (58 mil)-a intanin, chu chu Irrawady bulthut atanga 290 kilometres (180 mi) vela hla a ni. A thlang lamah Pathein(Bassein) River-in a fin a, chhak lamah Yangon River-in a fin bawk a. chu luikam vei lamah chuan tun hmaa Myanmar khawpui ber ni thin, Yangon (Rangoon) a awm a ni. Irrawady delta hi a hniam a, mahse, a zawl lem lo thung. heta lei awmte hi hnawl leitha vek niin, luiin leitha a rawn chhekkhawm thinte a ni.Monsoon ruah, May thla laihawl atanga October thla laihawl vela sur vak thin avangin, Irrawaddy lui leh a fintu luia tui awm tam zawng pawh a nasa hle thin. Nipuiah, Northern Burma-a vur tuiral vangin tui a tam phah hle bawk thin a ni. Irrawaddy lui fintu lui dangte chu: 1) Taping River 2) Shweli River 3) Myitnge River 4) Mu River 5) Chindwin River. Dams (Tuikhuah) Burma sipai sawrkar leg China Power Investment Corporation chuan, Kachin state-a N'Mai river Mali leh Irrawady luiahte, hydroelectric dam 7 sak nan, May 2007 khan inremna an ziak a. chu chu kawlphetha 15,160 MW lai pechhuak thei tur a ni a. tichuan, Burma-a hydropower project lian ber a ni dawn ta a. Shan state-a TaSang Dam 7,100 MW a khum dawn ta a ni. heta tanga power lakte hi South-East Asian region-a ram hrang hrangahte hralhchhuah tum a ni a, tam tak chu China-ah a lut bawk dawn a ni. Thailand, India leh Bangladesh ahte chuan pekluh tum a ni sa bawk a ni. heng Tuikhuah 7 te zinga lian ber Myitsone Dam hi, Mali river leh N'Mai Rivers infinna, Irrawaddy-a awm a ni. Irrawady Luiin a paltlang khawpuite chu: 1) Putao 2) Myitkyina 3) Bhamo 4) Katha 5) Tagaung 6) Kyaukmyaung 7) Mandalay 8) Sagaing 9) Chauk 10) Bagan 11) Nyaung-U 12) Magway 13) Pyay 14) Hinthada 15) Pantanaw. Bridges (Lei) Ava (Innwa) Bridge sak a nih thleng khan, Relkawng lei 16 leh cantilever bridge chu, British colonial government chuan kum 1934 khan a siam a. Irrawaddy Lui paltlangtu ber chu ferry lawng a ni thin. Indopui pahnihna hun laia British sipai hnungtawlh takah khan Bridge chu tihchhiat a ni a. Burmese independence hnu kum 1954 khan sak that a ni leh a. Tichuan, tun hnaia sawrkarin Bridge dang a sak leh thlengin, Irrawaddy Luiah a la ding ve ta zek a ni. Chung bridge-te chu: 1) Myitkyina-a N'Mai Hka luiah Nov 1998 khan Bala Min Htin Bridge dawh a ni. 2) April 2008 khan Sagaing-ah Irrawaddy Bridge(Yadanar Pone Bridge/New Ava Bridge) dawh a ni. 3) March 2001 khan Chauk-ah Anawrahta Bridge dawh a ni. 4) Magway-ah Ayeyarwady-Magway Bridge dawh a ni. 5) November 1999 khan Nyaungdon-ah Bo Myat Tun Bridge dawh a ni. 6) September 1997 khan Pyay-ah Nawaday Bridge dawh a ni. 7) February 1998 khan Maubin-ah Maubin Bridge dawh a ni. 8) March 2003 khan Dedaye-ah Ayeyarwady-Dedaye Bridge dawh a ni. Irrawaddy Luiah hian ramsa a tam hle a, Sangha chu chi hrang 43 lai awmin, chung zinga lar tak chu Irrawaddy dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) a ni. Nipuiah pawh Ruahtui hi a tla ve reng a, heng lai valley leh a bul tlanhdung velte hi tropical leh subtropical evergreen rainforest in a tuam mup a ni. Thing tam ber chu Terminalia oliveri leh hardwood dahat teak (Tectona hamiltoniana), Indaing Dipterocarpus tuberculatus te an ni. Sava, mammals leh reptiles an tam hle a: Burmese python hrawl tak an hmuh fo thin pawh kha he hmuna awm hi a ni. Sava Thlasik lai chauhva awm chi leh pem chi heng; Phalacrocorax carbo, Anatidae,Fulica atra te pawh awmin, Sava pem chi hi chi 30 zet a awm bawk. chung zingah chuan: shorebirds, Chlidonias hybrida, Hydroprogne caspia, brown-headed gull (Larus brunnicephalus) te pawh an tel a ni. Wood sandpiper(Tringa glareola) leh red junglefowl (Gallus gallus) te pawh tam tak an awm. 19th century vel khan, spot-billed pelican (Pelecanus philippensis) bu tam tak hmuh a lo ni tawh bawk. tunah hian hog deer (C. porcinus), wild boar (Sus scrofa), Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) te a awm a. chumi piah lamah, leopard, Bengal tiger,crab-eating macaque, wild dog, leh otters (Panthera pardus, P. tigris, Cuon alpinus, andLutraspecies) te a awm bawk.estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) hi delta chhim lamah an hmu thin a. tun hma phei chuan a tam thin hle.
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Joggermom There is still time to sign up for the Joggermom Wounded Warrior Run. 25% of the proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project, which will offer a variety of programs and services for wounded veterans of the military actions following the events Read more ... of 9/11. It benefits those who have fought to protect our freedom while benefiting your own health at the same time!!
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Cro His Eminence Francis Eugene Cardinal George, O.M.I., eighth Archbishop of Chicago, was born in Chicago to Francis J. and Julia R. McCarthy George on January 16, 1937. He is the first native Chicagoan to serve as Archbishop of Chicago and the first Ca Read more ... rdinal to retire as Archbishop of Chicago. In accordance with Church law, Cardinal George submitted his letter of resignation as Archbishop of Chicago to Pope Benedict XVI on January 16, 2012, which was his 75th birthday. Pope Francis named Most Rev. Blase J. Cupich as Cardinal George’s successor and the ninth Archbishop of Chicago on September 11, 2014. After attending St. Pascal Grade School on Chicago’s northwest side and St. Henry Preparatory Seminary in Belleville, Illinois, he entered the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate on August 14, 1957. He studied theology at the University of Ottawa, Canada, and was ordained a priest by Most Rev. Raymond Hillinger on December 21, 1963 at St. Pascal Church. Cardinal George earned a master’s degree in philosophy at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in 1965 and a doctorate in American philosophy at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1970 and, in 1971, a master’s degree in theology from the University of Ottawa in Canada. During those years, he also taught philosophy at the Oblate Seminary in Pass Christian, Mississippi from 1964 until 1967, Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1968 and at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska from 1969 until 1973. From 1973 until 1974 he was Provincial Superior of the Midwestern Province for the Oblates, based in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was then elected Vicar General of the Oblates and served in Rome from 1974 until 1986. He returned to the United States and became coordinator of the Circle of Fellows for the Cambridge Center for the Study of Faith and Culture in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1987 until 1990. During that time, he obtained a Doctorate of Sacred Theology in ecclesiology from the Pontifical Urban University, Rome, Italy, in 1988. Pope John Paul II appointed him Bishop of Yakima on July 10, 1990. He was ordained and installed as the fifth bishop of Yakima on September 21, 1990, in Holy Family Church, Yakima. He served there for five and a half years before being appointed Archbishop of Portland in Oregon by Pope John Paul II on April 30, 1996. He was installed on May 27, 1996 as the ninth Archbishop of Portland in St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Portland. Less than a year later, on April 8, 1997, Pope John Paul II named him the eighth Archbishop of Chicago, to the See left vacant by the death of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin on November 14, 1996. His installation by the Most Rev. Agostino Cacciavillan, Apostolic Pro-Nuncio, took place at Holy Name Cathedral on May 7, 1997. On January 18, 1998, Pope John Paul II announced Archbishop George’s elevation to the Sacred College of Cardinals. At the Consistory of February 21, 1998, Cardinal George was assigned San Bartolomeo all’Isola in Rome, as his titular church. He was also appointed a member of the Holy See’s Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and for Societies of Apostolic Life, and the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum.” In 1999, Pope John Paul II appointed Cardinal George to the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples and the Pontifical Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church. In 2001, the Pope appointed him to the Congregation for Oriental Churches, and in 2004, to the Pontifical Council for Culture. In 2010, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Cardinal George to the Pontifical Council for the Study of the Organizational and Economic Problems of the Holy See. He was a papal appointee to the 1994 World Synod of Bishops on Consecrated Life and a delegate, and one of two special secretaries, at the Synod of Bishops for America in 1997. He was a delegate of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to the 2001 World Synod of Bishops and was also elected to the Council for the World Synod of Bishops in 2001. He served as a delegate of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops for the 2008 World Synod of Bishops on “The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church.” He is a member of the USCCB Committees on Divine Worship and Evangelization and Catechesis and a consultant to the USCCB Committees on Doctrine and Pro-Life Activities, and the ad hoc Committee on Religious Liberty. He was President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops from 2007-2010, and Vice-President of the USCCB from 2004-2007. He has also served on USCCB Committees on Doctrine, on Latin America, on Missions, on Religious Life and Ministry, the American Board of Catholic Missions, and on World Missions; on the ad hoc Committee to Oversee the Use of the Catechism and the Subcommittee on Campus Ministry. He was chair of the USCCB Commission for Bishops and Scholars from 1992 to 1994, and of the USCCB Committee on Liturgy from 2001 until 2004, and a consultant to the USCCB Committees on Evangelization from 1991 to 1993, Hispanic Affairs from 1994 to 97, Science and Values from 1994 to 1997, and African American Catholics from 1999 to 2002, and the Subcommittee on Lay Ministry from 2003 until 2010. He was the USCCB Representative to the International Commission on English in the Liturgy from 1997 to 2006. He served as the Chancellor of the Catholic Church Extension Society and the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Mundelein. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic University of America since 1993, a Trustee of the Papal Foundation since 1997, a member of the Board of Directors of the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia since 1994, and a member of the Board of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception since 1997. Since 2011, he has been the Episcopal Advisor for the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology in St. Louis, and since 2003, Episcopal Moderator for the Ministry of Transportation Chaplains. He also served as Episcopal Liaison to the Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States from 2011 to 2013, Episcopal Advisor to the Cursillo Movement, Region XII, from 1990 to 1997 and as Episcopal Liaison to the Catholic Campus Ministry Association Executive Board from 1998 until 2003. From 1990 to 2008, he was Episcopal Moderator and member of the board of the National Catholic Office for Persons with Disabilities, now known as the National Catholic Partnership on Disability. He brought personal experience to his role after a five-month bout with polio at age 13 left him with permanent damage to his legs. Cardinal George is Conventual Chaplain ad honorem of the Federal Association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Grand Prior of the North Central Lieutenancy of the United States for the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, and a member of the Kohl McCormick Early Childhood Teaching Awards Advisory Board and the Chicago Bible Society Advisory Board. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Oblate Media, Belleville, Illinois, from 1988 to 1997. As Archbishop of Chicago, he issued two pastoral letters: on evangelization, “Becoming an Evangelizing People,” (November 21, 1997) and on racism, “Dwell in My Love” (April 4, 2001). His book, The Difference God Makes: A Catholic Vision of Faith, Communion, and Culture, was published in October 2009, by The Crossroad Publishing Company. It is a collection of essays exploring our relationship with God, the responsibility of communion and the transformation of culture. His most recent book, God in Action: How Faith in God Can Address the Challenges of the World, was published in May 2011, by Doubleday Religion. In this collection of essays, he reflects on the significance of religious faith in the public sphere and underscores the unique contributions of religion to the common good. He is a member of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, the American Society of Missiologists and the Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs. In addition to English, he speaks French, Italian, Spanish and some German.
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Denver 2002 Denver Broncos season From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 2002 Denver Broncos season Head coach Mike Shanahan Home field Invesco Field at Mile High Results Record 9–7 Division place 2nd AFC West Playoff finish did not qualify Timeline Previo Read more ... us season Next season < 2001 2003 > The 2002 Denver Broncos season was the team's 43rd year in professional football and its 33rd with the National Football League. Contents [hide] 1 Personnel 1.1 Staff 2 Schedule 3 Standings 4 References Personnel[edit] Staff[edit] 2002 Denver Broncos staff Front office President and Chief Executive Officer – Pat Bowlen Executive Vice President of Football Operations – Mike Shanahan General Manager – Ted Sundquist Director of Football Administration – Neal Dahlen Director of Pro Personnel – Rick Smith Director of College Scouting – Jim Goodman Head coaches Head Coach – Mike Shanahan Assistant to Head Coach – George Dyer Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line – Alex Gibbs Offensive coaches Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks – Gary Kubiak Running Backs – Bobby Turner Wide Receivers – Karl Dorrell Tight Ends – Brian Pariani Offensive Line – Rick Dennison Offensive Assistant – Pat McPherson Defensive coaches Defensive Coordinator – Ray Rhodes Defensive Line – Jacob Burney Assistant Defensive Line/Pass Rush Specialist – Keith Millard Linebackers – Larry Coyer Secondary – David Gibbs Nickel Backs – Ron Milus Defensive Assistant – Steve Watson Special teams coaches Special Teams – Frank Bush Special Teams Assistant – Anthony Lynn Strength and conditioning Strength and Conditioning – Rich Tuten Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Greg Saporta Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Cedric Smith Schedule[edit] Week Date Opponent Result Attendance 1 September 8, 2002 St. Louis Rams W 23–16 75,710 2 September 15, 2002 at San Francisco 49ers W 24–14 67,685 3 September 22, 2002 Buffalo Bills W 28–23 75,359 4 September 30, 2002 at Baltimore Ravens L 34–23 69,538 5 October 6, 2002 San Diego Chargers W 26–9 75,065 6 October 13, 2002 Miami Dolphins L 24–22 75,941 7 October 20, 2002 at Kansas City Chiefs W 37–34 78,446 8 October 27, 2002 at New England Patriots W 24–16 68,436 9 Bye 10 November 11, 2002 Oakland Raiders L 34–10 76,643 11 November 17, 2002 at Seattle Seahawks W 31–9 65,495 12 November 24, 2002 Indianapolis Colts L 23–20 75,075 13 December 1, 2002 at San Diego Chargers L 30–27 66,357 14 December 8, 2002 at New York Jets L 19–13 78,521 15 December 15, 2002 Kansas City Chiefs W 31–24 75,947 16 December 22, 2002 at Oakland Raiders L 28–16 62,592 17 December 29, 2002 Arizona Cardinals W 37–7 75,164 Standings[edit] AFC West view talk edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK (1) Oakland Raiders 11 5 0 .688 4–2 9–3 450 304 W2 Denver Broncos 9 7 0 .563 3–3 5–7 392 344 W1 San Diego Chargers 8 8 0 .500 3–3 6–6 333 367 L4 Kansas City Chiefs 8 8 0 .500 2–4 6–6 467 399 L1 References[edit] Broncos on Pro Football Reference Broncos Schedule on jt-sw.com [show] v t e Denver Broncos [show] v t e Denver Broncos seasons [hide] v t e 2002 NFL season AFC East North South West East North South West NFC Buffalo Baltimore Houston Denver Dallas Chicago Atlanta Arizona Miami Cincinnati Indianapolis Kansas City NY Giants Detroit Carolina St. Louis New England Cleveland Jacksonville Oakland Philadelphia Green Bay New Orleans San Francisco NY Jets Pittsburgh Tennessee San Diego Washington Minnesota Tampa Bay Seattle 2002 NFL Draft NFL playoffs Pro Bowl Super Bowl XXXVII Categories: 2002 National Football League season by teamDenver Broncos seasons Navigation menu Create accountLog inArticleTalkReadEditView history Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page Print/export Create a book Download as PDF Printable version Languages Edit links This page was last modified on 9 January 2015, at 08:13. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization.
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Eye LUCILLE K. TRCKA November 11, 1930 ~ April 15, 2015 Lucille Kaiser Trcka left her earthly home for her heavenly home on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, after a short illness. She was born in Taylor, Texas, on November 11, 1930, to John and Elsie (Schroed Read more ... er) Kaiser. She was baptized and confirmed at Wuthrich Hill Lutheran Church. On April 14, 1948, she married Alfred Trcka. Lucille was more than a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother -- she was our friend. She never met a stranger and was always smiling. In her early years, she and Alfred worked at Diamond Inn in Taylor. They moved to Austin shortly after the birth of their first daughter, Bonnie. She then worked at Checker Front Grocery Store and Mrs. Johnson's Bakery (she always smelled so good when she got home!). After the birth of their second daughter, Pam, they moved back to Taylor and ran the SPJST Hall. After about a year and a half, she and Alfred moved back to Austin where she worked for Behren's Drug Company until her retirement. She then found employment with the Pflugerville ISD, working in the cafeteria at several elementary schools. After injuring her hand in a mixer accident, she worked alongside Alfred again at the Double R Convenience Store for several years. Alfred passed away on January 31, 1996, and 3 years later she moved back to her home town. She loved watching the Price is Right, Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune. She loved to dance and play dominoes. She also enjoyed travelling, taking trips with her daughter Bonnie to Las Vegas, Shreveport, and California (to name a few). She went to Hawaii with Bonnie and her oldest grandson, Jonathan; enjoyed a weeklong trip to Disneyworld with Bonnie, Pam and her family; and, she travelled to Mount Rushmore with Bonnie and her grandson, Brandon. All of these adventures making for wonderful memories for her family to cherish. In September 2001, she went to a Vrazel Polka Fest in Las Vegas where she met Anton Pokorny. This was the start of an almost 14-year relationship consisting of a lot of dancing, domino-playing and love and laughter. She was so lucky to have found love again so late in her life. Lucille was an active member of the Taylor Brethren Church. She also was a member of the Christian Sisters, SPJST Lodge 29, and a past Pink Lady volunteer at John's Community Hospital. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents, an infant sister, her husband of almost 48 years and a son-in-law, Hubert Dubec. Lucille is survived by her daughters Bonnie Rathke (Russell) and Pam Dubec (Albin); grandchildren Jonathan Rathke (Kathy Shannon), Lance Dubec (Amanda), Brandon Dubec (Brandy) and Amanda Dubec; great-grandchildren James Rathke, Maddie Dubec, Grace Dubec, Javen Dubec (due on July 4, 2015), and Kendall Deroulac; and, of course, her honey, Anton Pokorny and his family. Honoring Lucille as pallbearers are Jonathan Rathke, Lance Dubec, Brandon Dubec, Emil Pokorny, Jr., Ricky Kaiser and Galen Schroeder. Honorary pallbearers are Russell Rathke, Albin Dubec, Mike Daffin, Paul Pokorny, Tony Pokorny and Edward Betak. Visitation will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, April 16, at Providence Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, April 17, at the Taylor Brethren Church. Burial will be in the Cook Walden/Memorial Hill cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Taylor Brethren Church, P. O. Box 351, Taylor 76574 or Christopher House, 2820 East MLK Blvd, Austin 78702.
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Denver 1993 Denver Broncos season From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1993 Denver Broncos season Head coach Wade Phillips General manager John Beake Owner Pat Bowlen Home field Mile High Stadium Results Record 9–7 Division place 3rd AFC West Playoff fin Read more ... ish Lost AFC Wild Card Timeline Previous season Next season < 1992 1994 > The 1993 Denver Broncos season was the team's 34th year in professional football and its 24th with the National Football League. 1993 was the first year for new head coach Wade Phillips, who had been the team's defensive coordinator since 1989. Contents [hide] 1 Offseason 1.1 NFL Draft 2 Personnel 2.1 Staff 2.2 Roster 3 Regular season 3.1 Schedule 4 Standings 5 Postseason 5.1 AFC Wild Card Game 6 Awards and records 6.1 Milestones 7 References 8 External links Offseason[edit] After the 1992 season, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen fired head coach Dan Reeves, who had helmed the franchise for a dozen years. The team promoted defensive coordinator Wade Phillips—son of former Oilers and Saints coach Bum Phillips—to head coach.[1] NFL Draft[edit] Personnel[edit] Staff[edit] 1993 Denver Broncos staff Front office President and Chief Executive Officer – Pat Bowlen General Manager – John Beake Director of Football Operations/Player Personnel – Bob Ferguson Assistant Director of Player Personnel – Ronnie Hill Director of College Scouting – Jeff Smith College Scout – Cornell Green Pro Scout – Jack Elway Pro Scout – Jerry Frei Player Personnel Assistant – Ted Sundquist Head coaches Head Coach – Wade Phillips Offensive coaches Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks – Jim Fassel Running Backs – Bishop Harris Wide Receivers – Mo Forte Tight Ends – Les Steckel Offensive Line – John Levra Special Assistant to the Head Coach/Offense – Harold Richardson Defensive coaches Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs – Charlie Waters Defensive Line – Ernie Stautner Defensive Line Assistant – Barney Chavous Linebackers – John Paul Young Linebackers – Richard Smith Assistant Defensive Backs/Quality Control – Alvin Reynolds Special teams coaches Special Teams – Richard Smith Strength and conditioning Strength and Conditioning – Vernon Banks Strength and Conditioning Assistant – Barney Chavous [2] Roster[edit] 1993 Denver Broncos roster Quarterbacks 7 John Elway 8 Tommy Maddox 12 Shawn Moore Running backs 33 Rod Bernstine 39 Robert Delpino 37 Anthony Lynn 22 Glyn Milburn 38 Reggie Rivers Wide receivers 83 Melvin Bonner 82 Vance Johnson 80 Tony Kimbrough 86 Arthur Marshall 81 Barry Rose 85 Derek Russell 42 Kitrick Taylor 87 Cedric Tillman Tight ends 88 Jerry Evans 89 Reggie Johnson 81 Shannon Sharpe Offensive linemen 68 Russell Freeman T 75 Brian Habib G 72 Keith Kartz C 78 Don Maggs T 61 Bob Meeks C 64 Jon Melander G 76 Kirk Scrafford T 79 Dave Widell G/C 65 Gary Zimmerman T Defensive linemen 99 Shane Dronett DE 97 Darren Drozdov NT 71 Greg Kragen NT 91 Willie Oshodin DE 94 Jeff Robinson DE 95 Alphonso Taylor NT 90 Dan Williams DE Linebackers 58 Elijah Alexander ILB 51 Mike Croel OLB 54 Mitch Donahue ILB 73 Simon Fletcher OLB 59 Tim Lucas OLB 77 Karl Mecklenburg ILB 52 Jeff Mills OLB 57 David Wyman ILB Defensive backs 27 Steve Atwater FS 23 Ronnie Bradford CB 34 Tyrone Braxton CB 29 Charles Dimry CB 40 Darryl Hall SS 31 Rondell Jones FS 21 Le-Lo Lang CB 36 Frank Robinson CB 49 Dennis Smith SS Special teams 1 Jason Elam K 16 Tom Rouen P Rookies in italics [3] Regular season[edit] Schedule[edit] Week Date Opponent Result Attendance 1 September 5, 1993 at New York Jets W 26–20 68,130 2 September 12, 1993 San Diego Chargers W 34–17 75,074 3 September 20, 1993 at Kansas City Chiefs L 15–7 78,453 4 Bye 5 October 3, 1993 Indianapolis Colts W 35–13 74,953 6 October 10, 1993 at Green Bay Packers L 30–27 58,943 7 October 18, 1993 Los Angeles Raiders L 23–20 75,712 8 Bye 9 October 31, 1993 Seattle Seahawks W 28–17 73,644 10 November 7, 1993 at Cleveland Browns W 29–14 77,818 11 November 14, 1993 Minnesota Vikings L 26–23 67,329 12 November 21, 1993 Pittsburgh Steelers W 37–13 74,840 13 November 28, 1993 at Seattle Seahawks W 17–9 57,812 14 December 5, 1993 at San Diego Chargers L 13–10 60,233 15 December 12, 1993 Kansas City Chiefs W 27–21 75,822 16 December 18, 1993 at Chicago Bears W 13–3 53,056 17 December 26, 1993 Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 17–10 73,434 18 January 2, 1994 at Los Angeles Raiders L 33–30 66,904 Standings[edit] AFC West view talk edit W L T PCT PF PA STK (3) Kansas City Chiefs 11 5 0 .688 328 291 W1 (4) Los Angeles Raiders 10 6 0 .625 306 326 W1 (5) Denver Broncos 9 7 0 .563 373 284 L2 San Diego Chargers 8 8 0 .500 322 290 W2 Seattle Seahawks 6 10 0 .375 280 314 L1 Postseason[edit] Week Date Opponent Result Attendance Wild-Card January 9, 1994 at Los Angeles Raiders L 42–24 65,314 AFC Wild Card Game[edit] Awards and records[edit] John Elway, Franchise Record, Most Passing Yards in One Season, 4,030 Yards [4] Milestones[edit] References[edit] Jump up ^ Phillips was fired after the 1994 season after finishing with a 7–9 record. Jump up ^ 1993 Denver Broncos Media Guide. pp. 5–26. Jump up ^ "1993 Denver Broncos starters and roster". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved November 20, 2014. 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Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 82 Egypt CSR Forum April 5 at 8:39pm · Edited · من أبرز الشركات التي ساهمت فى التنميه المجتمعيه و شعرت بالمسئوليه تجاه المجتمع المصري هي شركه جهينه فأيمانا منها بهذا الدور قامت الشركه بدعم الاقتصاد المصري و تبرعت لصندوق دعم مصر ب 50 مليون جنيه كما أستطاعت أن تتصدر السوق المحلية ويكون لها دور كبير من خلال : - لديها أكثر من 209 منتج متميز. - أعلى حصة فى السوق المصرى. - ثقة المستهلك فى منتجاتها على مدار السنين. - زيادة في الإستثمارات.... See More Egypt CSR Forum's photo. Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 131 Egypt CSR Forum April 6 at 10:58am · The First annual Conference on Social Responsibility in Egypt Registration is for 1500 L.E until the 10th of April 2015, After the deadline registration will stand at 1800 L.E for the 2 days, Which can be paid at our premises. registration deadline is April 24,2015. Non registered guests will not be able to attend the conference. 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Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 91 Egypt CSR Forum April 2 at 6:25pm · تنطلق فعاليات مؤتمر المسئولية الاجتماعية السنوى الأول في مصر وأفريقيا "Egypt CSR Forum " في الثالث والرابع من مايو المقبل برعاية وزارات"التخطيط والتضامن والتربية والتعليم" والعديد من الجهات الحكومية ذات الصلة، وحضور عدد كبير من الشركات المصرية. ويهدف المؤتمر لخلق حوار مفتوح وإيجاد حالة من التكامل بين أهداف الشركات العاملة بالسوق المصرى وخطط الحكومة وجهود المجتمع المدنى لإحداث التنمية في المجتمع وتحقيق الاستدامة وذلك بطرح الأفكار وتقييم البرامج التي تتبناها الشركات في مجال الخ...Continue Reading Egypt CSR Forum's photo. Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 41 Egypt CSR Forum April 1 at 3:24pm · تشارك وزارة التضامن الاجتماعي في مؤتمر المسئولية الاجتماعية الأول في مصر وإفريقيا في مايو المقبل برعاية وزارة التخطيط والتضامن والتربية والتعليم والعديد من الجهات الحكومية ذات الصلة ومن المقرر مشاركه وزارة التضامن الاجتماعي الدكتورة غاده والى، وعدد كبير من الشركات المصرية، وذلك بهدف خلق حوار مفتوح وإيجاد حالة من التكامل بين أهداف الشركات العاملة بالسوق المصري وخطط الحكومة وجهود المجتمع المدنى لإحداث التنمية في المجتمع وتحقيق الاستدامة وذلك بطرح الأفكار وتقييم البرامج التي تتب... See More Egypt CSR Forum's photo. Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 61 Aya Abou Zaid March 22 at 1:29pm · please advise your contact info Thanks Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share Salsabeel Ibrahem and Hala H. Elsaid like this. View 2 more comments Amr Al-Henawy http://www.egyptcsrforum.com/ March 24 at 3:54pm · Like Amira Metwally I registered. when shall i pay the fees? will you contact me? 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Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 44214 Egypt CSR Forum March 30 at 7:40pm · Chairman of the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA), the country’s regulator of all non banking financial services: capital market, insurance, private pension funds, leasing, mortgage, factoring and microfinance. He is also Chairman of the Financial Services Institute and member of the board of the Central Bank of Egypt, the Investment & Free Zones Authority and the country’s National Anti Money Laundry Unit. Sherif is an experienced senior executive in the areas ... See More Egypt CSR Forum's photo. Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 61 Egypt CSR Forum March 29 at 7:38pm · Dr. Mohamed Magdy is the Marketing Manager of "Pirelli Egypt" since 2008. He led the organization to uplift brand positioning from 4th to 2nd place and supported in double the value returns in five years. 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Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 1421 Egypt CSR Forum March 28 at 6:22pm · أكدت الدكتوره غادة والى وزيرة التضامن الاجتماعي، أن فعاليات مؤتمر المسئولية الاجتماعية السنوى الأول في مصر وأفريقيا يعد بمثابة خارطة طريق لما يحتاجه المجتمع بحضور جميع الأطراف المشاركة في برامج التنمية سواء كانت الحكومة أو الشركات العاملة في مصر ومنظمات المجتمع المدني المعنية بهذا الشأن. وأشارت والي في تصريحات خاصة لـ"البوابة نيوز"، أن هذا الأمر يوفر ميزة نسبية للعاملين بالشركات للتعرف على وجهات النظر الأخرى وتبادل الخبرات والتعرف على إستراتيجيات جديدة وآليات تنفيذ مختلفة وخل... See More Egypt CSR Forum's photo. Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 6 Egypt CSR Forum March 28 at 11:12am · Dina is a longstanding advocate for sustainability management and a technical expert on working with the private sector in order to develop responsible management practices and strategic social investment programs. Prior to founding ATC, Dina was the Associate Director of the John D. 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Egypt CSR Forum Like · Comment · Share · 42 Older Posts Chat Egypt CSR ForumThe First annual Conference on Social Responsibility in Egypt Posted by Mohamed Nader Ahmed Page Liked · March 27 · Rania Hamoud is a development practitioner, Strategic Management Consultant and corporate social responsibility advisor based in Cairo, Egypt During a long track record of practice for more than 15 years, Ms. Hamoud started her career in the profit sector with passion for responsible business practices. Rania is a passionate strategic planner with MBA in Business Administration from Cairo University. She is a great specialist with vast experience in Project Management, Brand & CSR Management and Sponsorship design, etc. With the same passion in 2001, Ms. Hamoud redirected her career path to social development and since she has held numerous positions in non-profit sector as a senior projects manager, development professional, general director, grant-maker, and strategic fundraiser. Rania has managed and participated in 60 socioeconomic development projects targeting Youth, Women, and offspring. The cores of the activities are Education, Health, Culture, capacity building and human relief. Ms. Hamoud participated in numerous projects on the international, regional and local levels working with multilateral institutions, corporate organizations as well as academic institutions. These projects aimed to: build philanthropic capacity, practice innovative approaches of philanthropy, enhance corporate giving and improve participatory governance. Mrs. Hamoud is an active member of numerous boards and associations, notably board member of Arab Foundations Forum, SIFE for youth participation, founding member of the Women's Executive Club, assembly member of Association for the Protection of the Environment, member of the parent support council of British school in Cairo, Committee member in American Chamber of Commerce as well as youth committee member in Women Int'l Peace Movement as well as served in the NGO committee at National Council for Childhood and Motherhood. Mrs. Hamoud is a Certified Project Manager from PMI and studied MBA in Business Administration from Cairo University and a Master Degree in CSR from Lancaster University. She has a Bachelor's of Commerce 1998 as well as a Bachelor's of Art 2000. Recently she’s enrolled to Master Degree in Public Administration in AUC. In addition to a trail of career development courses from Harvard Business School, Center for Creative Leadership, the Foundation Center in USA and Burson Marsteller in Paris: 1) CSR Strategies 2) Performance measurement for effective nonprofit organizations, 3) Strategic perspectives in nonprofit management, 4) Executive leadership program, 5) Leadership and negotiation in nonprofit, 6) Governing for nonprofit excellence, and 7) Public Speaking and call for social change, 8) Protocol & Conferences Management.
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Joseph Today in 2001 Hatesphere released there self titled debut album Aarhus,Denmark Death/Thrash/Groove Metal Status:Active Years active: ? (as Cauterized), 1993-2001 (as Necrosis), 2001-present Hatesphere is a death/thrash metal band from Aarhus, Den Read more ... mark. The group consists of Jonathan Albrechtsen on vocals, Peter Lyse Hansen and Jakob Haagen Nyholm on guitars, Mixen Lindberg on bass and Dennis Buhl on drums. Mikael Ehlert and Anders Gyldenøhr left the band May 2007 after supporting Megadeth at Vega, Copenhagen The group formed in 1993 originally under the the name Cauterized then Necrosis but after their demos they changed the name to Hatesphere. 2001 was the year where a dark and aggressive sphere began to expand from the high north! This was the year where the self-entitled debut from Danish agro thrashers Hatesphere was released upon the world. The unique mix of aggression, groove and melody quickly established Hatesphere as the leading act in Danish metal. In 2002 Hatesphere entered the Jailhouse studio to record their 2. album "Bloodred Hatred" which showed the band from a faster and more melodic edge with blistering guitar solos and a wide range of vocal abuse! The band was clearly drawn towards a more complex, aggressive and catchy thrash metal approach compared to the debut. "Bloodred Hatred" won the Danish Metal Award 2002 for "Best Album". After a massive amount of concerts and tours around Europe with bands as The Haunted, Testament, Mnemic and Mastodon, Hatesphere once again entered studio to record a mini cd with the remarkable title "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Black". Again, lots of concerts were played, and on stage the band showed a high-energy performance that blew away both audience and press. In 2003 Hatesphere won the title as "Best Live Band" in the Danish Metal Awards. 2004 Hatesphere once again entered the Jailhouse studio to record their 3rd album called "Ballet Of The Brute". Once again, the sphere gained another layer, as the record turned out to be a lot more aggressive and straight-in-your-face brutal than the earlier albums - but still with the significant touch of melody and groove that represents the Hatesphere sound. This time the band hooked up with all time thrash kings of Exodus for an extensive tour of good ol' friendly violent fun! The Summer Of The Brute 2004 also took the band to new territories as they toured with New Orleans sludgecore veterans, Crowbar. After thrashing the hell out of festivals all over Europe, Hatesphere returned to the high north to write new material. The new stuff resulted in "The Killing EP" which was meant as an appetizer for the forthcoming album that was scheduled for recording only 5 months later… During those 5 months, Hatesphere choose to tour for 3 months with Kreator, Dark Tranquility and the mighty Morbid Angel, and then take 2 intensive months to write the new thrash powerhouse – “The Sickness Within”. Intense must be the best word to describe this process, and the album clearly portraits a band that works best under stress, as the result is 11 tracks of over-the-top thrash metal anno 2005! With the release of “The Sickness Within” in September through their new label SPV/Steamhammer, Hatesphere set new standards in modern-thrash. The metal community in their home country not only pushed them into the album charts the first week it hit stores, but also awarded them “Album of the Year” and “Best Production” at the 2005 Danish Metal Awards!!!! Hatesphere and “The Sickness Within” were nominated in five catagories, and won the two most important! This album took the band out on tours with Soilwork, Constructdead, Chimaira + lots of other great bands. Once again, the band proves that nobody delivers the metal as deadly in concert as this Danish quintet… to be continued In early 2007 Hatesphere released their 5th studio album Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes, which took them to China as the first European metal band in China. In late 2007 the front man Jacob Bredahl, and the rest of HateSphere decided that Jacob shouldn't be the singer of the band anymore. Jacob has later said that his leaving was due to losing the "fire" for HateSphere. The 13th of November 2007 it was official, that the new lead singer of HateSphere is 19 year old Jonathan Albrechtsen. Scarlet Records Peter "Pepe" Lyse Hansen Guitars Mikael Ehlert Hansen Bass Jesper Moesgaard Drums Jacob Bredahl Vocals Henrik Bastrup Jacobsen Guitars 1. Hate (3:15) 2. Picture This (5:26) 3. Addicted Soul (4:45) 4. Bloodsoil (4:50) 5. Down for Good (5:15) 6. No Sense (5:40) 7. Preacher (3:48) 8. Dead (5:47) 9. Ill Will (2:13)(D.A.D. cover) Recorded at Borsing Recordings and Aabenraa Studios, Denmark in March, 2000. Produced by Jacob Hansen & Hatesphere Japanese edition released by Soundholic contains 1 bonus track: 10. Restrain (04:09) Taken from "Spring '98" demo back when the band was called Necrosis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CfbqwXZvhY
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Islam: 80+ nations lost citizens on 9-11, you heartless bastard. Maybe someone should tell Obama that the majority of terrorists who commit these crimes in The West are well-to-do by "3rd world" standards and highly educated, living a Western Lifes Read more ... tyle. And while we are all effected by terrorist attacks against our nation, targeting high "trafffic" areas such as the Towers, London Metro, Toyko Metro (not an Islamic perp) Spain, Bali & Bombay kills & maims far more of the "underserved" hard working immigrants & poor than Imperialists & Colonialists, who btw don't use mass transit. The number of lost is a best-guess estimate, some remains will never be found and what effect did it really have on the Colonial Imperialists who owned the buildings & businesses? A tax write-off? Insurance pay-off? “On September 11, 2001,” Obama started, “…history returned with a vengeance; in fact, as Faulkner reminds us, the past is never dead and buried — it isn’t even past.” But instead of expressing grief over the many lives lost on 9/11, Obama decided to pinpoint “the underlying struggle between worlds of plenty and worlds of want” – and to reaffirm his commitment “against Western imperialism, racism and colonialism.” He also specifically revealed how he identifes with the “desperation and disorder of the powerless,” which according to him is the reason the so-called powerless “slip into violence and despair” (H/T New York Post).
BOMBSHELL: Obama Caught on Tape Saying He IDENTIFIES With the 9/11 Terrorists
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For months now we have watched President Barack Obama go out of his way to make excuses on behalf of radical Islamic terrorists. But never in our wildest dreams could we have imagined that his penchant for appeasement runs so high that he would do th Read more ... e same thing even for the 9/11 terrorists.
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Wolf] (https://jurassicpop.bandcamp.com/track/super-courage) +more tba WHERE IS THE $ GOING? IRAQ VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) was founded by Iraq war veterans in July 2004 at the annual convention of Veterans for Peace (VFP) in Boston to give a voice to the large number of active duty service people and veterans who are against this war, but are under various pressures to remain silent. From its inception, IVAW has called for: Immediate withdrawal of all occupying forces in Iraq; Reparations for the human and structural damages Iraq has suffered, and stopping the corporate pillaging of Iraq so that their people can control their own lives and future; and Full benefits, adequate healthcare (including mental health), and other supports for returning servicemen and women. Our membership includes recent veterans and active duty servicemen and women from all branches of military service, National Guard members, and reservists who have served in the United States military since September 11, 2001. IVAW’s strategy is to mobilize the military community to withdraw its support for the war and occupation in Iraq. Therefore, IVAW is leading the movement of veterans and GIs who are working to bring the troops home now. Today, IVAW members are in 48 states, Washington, D.C., Canada, and on numerous bases overseas, including Iraq. IVAW has chapters around the country and in Canada. IVAW members educate the public about the realities of the Iraq war by speaking in communities and to the media about their experiences. Members also dialogue with youth in classrooms about the realities of military service. IVAW supports all those resisting the war, including Conscientious Objectors and others facing military prosecution for their refusal to fight. IVAW advocates for full funding for the Veterans Administration, and full quality health treatment (including mental health) and benefits for veterans when they return from duty. http://www.ivaw.org/ MORATORIUMS ON DEPORTATIONS CAMPAIGN Moratorium on Deportations is a group founded in Chicago the spring of 2010 to create a space for individuals and organizations to discuss perspectives, share information and coordinate efforts in their fight to get from President Obama an Executive Order for a Moratorium on Deportation. However, in early 2011 the undocumented youth who founded the MDC reached out to form a broader organizing community. Through an experimental series of speak-outs called “The ABCs of Struggle: A is for Amnesty and Abolition” and then through mobilizations for March 10th Liberation Square and the People’s Trial of Boeing action, the MDC changed from being a campaign to a meeting-place for autonomous migrant justice, anti-war and community organizations. MDC became logistical host and intersectional platform for the planning process of Chicago Mayday 2011. We organized a grassroots struggle in Chicago to resist the construction of a new immigrant detention center in Crete, IL; and developed political education campaigns in response to DACA and the so-called “Immigration Reform” politics of 2013. http://moratoriumondeportations.org/ MIDWEST PAGES FOR PRISONERS The Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project is an all-volunteer effort that strives to encourage self-education among prisoners in the United States. By providing free reading materials upon request, we hope to promote rehabilitation and reintegration rather than punishment, and to stimulate critical thinking behind bars. The project exists to alleviate pain, boredom, and attrition and to provide a direct opportunity for self-education. Additionally, we exist because prison libraries sometimes fail in this respect: they are understocked or are only able to be patronized during specific and limited hours. We exist because prisoners are not strangers: they are brothers sisters, friends, cousins, mothers, and children. http://pagestoprisoners.org/
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Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
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Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
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Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
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Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
2 months ago
Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
2 months ago
Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
2 months ago
Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
2 months ago
Ron The “New World Order” Bush’s By Ron Bedell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g “One of the great paradoxes of our time is the way in which supposedly conservative Republican President’s have promoted big government and internatio Read more ... nalism in the United States. President’s Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, and Bush all talked like conservatives, but the record shows that their policies advanced the liberal agenda at a faster and more ominous clip than any Democratic occupant of the White House could have done.” James Drummey “If President Bush does a lot of things Democrats want done and does them reasonable well, why would you want to beat him?” Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, as quoted in Human Events April 28, 1990 No family since 1980 has been more supportive of the Establishment’s quest for a New World Order and world government than the Bush family. Who are the Establishment? Edith Kermit Roosevelt who was the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt gave the following definition for Establishment. “The word ‘establishment’ is a general term for the power Elite in international finance, business, the professions and government, largely from the northeast, who wield most of power regardless of who is in the White House. Most people are unaware of the existence of this ‘legitimate mafia.’ Yet the power of the Establishment makes itself felt from the professor who seeks a foundation grant, to the candidate for a Cabinet post or State Department job. It affects the nation’s policies in almost every area.” Since 1980 George Bush Sr., George W Bush, and Jeb Bush have played important roles in allowing the Establishment/globalist Elites achieve their goal of New World Order. George Bush Sr. became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency CIA. He also held membership in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission (TC). Both organizations were started by the Rockefeller’s. You might also want to read, The Establishment’s Man, by James Drummey. This paperback gives the true political history and involvement of Bush Sr. in the Eastern New World Order establishment. Bush Sr. is or was heavily involved. George W Bush, although not a member of the international organizations CFR and TR, completely surrounded himself with the CFR and TR when he was U.S. President. His vice president Dick Cheney has been a member of the CFR at least since 1984. By the way, if anybody wants to know how anti-American and dangerous the CFR is, read the book, The Shadows of Power, by James Perloff. Jeb Bush as Governor of Florida in 2001 was a PNAC signatory and he signed Executive Order 01-261 September 7, 2001 which allowed martial law to be declared in Florida. His was the first state to declare a state of emergency on 9/11. This executive order was signed four days before the 9/11 disaster. What did Jeb Bush know? http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://theprettylieortheuglytruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/jeb-bush-and-crimes-of-brickell-avenue.html http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd227.htm http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd228.htm http://www.rense.com/general14/jebdeclared.htm http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushMayInvoke911.htm http://proliberty.com/observer/20011008.htm http://letsrollforums.com/jeb-bush-9-7-t4903.html?s=eefcc9f29e7db0dfa5de993895baa3a8& http://www.oilempire.us/warnings.html
George Bush New World Order
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The evil George H.W. Bush talks yet again of a New World Order
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