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          Britain: Envoy wants Western Sahara parties to meet in 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Britain says U.N. envoy Horst Koehler is trying to bring Morocco and the Polisario Front independence movement together by the end of 2018 to work on a solution to the 42-year conflict over the Western Sahara

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           CMA CGM levies rate hikes on Asia-Med/African cargo from August 15      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
French shipping giant CMA CGM has announced Freight All Kinds (FAK) rate increases from August 15 but not beyond August 31 on shipments from Asia to the Mediterranean and African ports, according to Shipping Gazette.The rate increase from September from Asia to all South African ports is US$300 per TEU and $600 per FEU.The new rate from Asia to the West Med is US$1,100 per TEU, $2,000 per FEU, $2,050 per FEU high cube and $2,050 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to the Adriatic is $1,100 per TEU, $2,000 per FEU, $2,050 per FEU high cube and $2,050 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to the Black Sea is $1,500 per TEU, $2,100 per FEU, $2,100 per FEU high cube and $2,100 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to the East Med is $1,500 per TEU is $2,100 per FEU, $2,100 per FEU high cube and $2,100 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to Syria is $1,500 per TEU is $2,100 per FEU, $2,100 per FEU high cube and $2,100 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to Algeria is $2,000 per TEU, $3,800 per FEU and $3,875 per FEU high cube.The new rate from Asia to Tunisia is $1,900 per TEU, $3,600 per FEU and $3,675 per FEU high cube.The new rate from Asia to Libya is $1,750 per TEU, $3,300 per FEU and $3,375 per FEU high cube.The new rate from Asia to Morocco is $1,600 per TEU, $3,000 per FEU and $3,075 per FEU high cube.These rates include the basic freight and the bunker surcharge. The new rate subject to other bunker-related surcharges, the THC (origin and destination), the peak season charges and similar charges, the safety and security-related surcharges that are accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder. Other charges such as Contingency charges and local charges may also apply.

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          Britain: Envoy wants Western Sahara parties to meet in 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Former German President Horst Koehler is trying to bring Morocco and the Polisario Front independence movement together by the end of the year to work on a solution to the 42-year conflict over the Western Sahara, Britain's deputy U.N. ambassador said Wednesday.
          Britain: Envoy wants Western Sahara parties to meet in 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Former German President Horst Koehler is trying to bring Morocco and the Polisario Front independence movement together by the end of the year to work on a solution to the 42-year conflict over the Western Sahara, Britain's deputy U.N. ambassador said Wednesday.
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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Former German President Horst Koehler is trying to bring Morocco and the Polisario Front independence movement together by the end of the year to work on a solution to the 42-year conflict over the Western Sahara, Britain’s deputy U.N. ambassador said Wednesday. Koehler, the secretary-general’s personal envoy for Western Sahara, briefed […]
          El polvo, y el calor, marroquí de verano llega a España      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

polvo marroquí viaja hasta a España

Imagen de satélite de una tormenta de polvo proveniente de la costa marroquí

Durante el verano, normalmente el polvo se eleva hacia el aire desde el noroeste de África, a veces viajando a los continentes vecinos. Esta imagen muestra una tormenta de polvo proveniente de la costa marroquí y que viaja hacia el norte, hacia Europa. La imagen fue adquirida el 2 de agosto de 2018 por el Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) en el satélite Suomi NPP.


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Wow! We sure had an experience going through Casablanca, Morocco. It could have been worse but it could have been better.

My hubby who is a Sierra Leonean needed a visa to pass through Morocco which we did (for August 5th when going through). Now, the airline cancelled our flight an...
          Morocco’s Chief Rabbi Passes Away, HaRav Amar Tells Story Of His Release from Prison      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Morocco’s Chief Rabbi Passes Away, HaRav Amar Tells Story Of His Release from Prison

Chief Rabbi of Morocco Rabbi Aharon Monsonego passed away at the age of 90 at the Shaarei Tzedek hospital in Jerusalem early Tuesday, August 6.

Monsonego already in an advanced age and frail health was taken to hospital where he passed away.

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          Fighting Violent Extremism by Teaching Tolerance      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Doug Bandow

Although terrorism understandably has become the focus of U.S. foreign policy, the problem of religious intolerance and violence is far broader. As Islamic extremism has erupted throughout the Middle East, most dramatically in Iraq and Syria, Christians, Yazidis, and other religious minorities are being driven from their historic homes.

What to do? U.S. “public diplomacy” has been ineffective, essentially attempting to put lipstick on a pig in terms of selling American foreign policy. Washington has spent millions on foreign aid to promote education and provide social services for supposedly at-risk Islamic youth, without any evident impact on violent behavior.

America’s military response has turned into endless war, which appears to create as many terrorists as are captured or killed. Indeed, America’s multiple interventions and wars have both spawned violent extremists and created chaos in which they thrive. The Islamic State, the fount of so much horror, was merely the most notable beneficiary of misguided U.S. war-making.

However, the fact that there is no simple, quick answer doesn’t mean there is nothing to do. Education can work, but of a unique kind. The group Hardwired, run by Tina Ramirez, a former Capitol Hill staffer, engages in what it calls “rights-based education,” which has had notable if small-scale success in building support for religious tolerance and liberty.

Washington has spent millions on foreign aid to promote education and provide social services for supposedly at-risk Islamic youth, without any evident impact on violent behavior.

I witnessed the group’s approach at a conference held in Erbil, Kurdistan. Hardwired brought together people of varying, even contentious faiths and backgrounds — most of whom had suffered persecution at the hands of Islamic radicals. Although divided in beliefs, they came to recognize their shared interest in respecting the rights of others.

Hardwired also has targeted children, efforts detailed in a new study by Lena Smith, Tina Ramirez, and Mary Anne Rea-Ramirez, “Protecting Children from Violent Extremism.” The report reviewed Hardwired’s efforts in Iraq, Lebanon, and Morocco, in which the group taught 56 teachers and 1161 students at 46 different schools. The overall assessment: “students demonstrated greater acceptance of the rights of others, greater respect for the equal rights of women and minority communities, were less intimidated by public expression of belief, and reflected greater resiliency to extremist thinking.”

As almost everyone recognizes, kids are the most important target for purveyors of violence. Explained the group, “The threat of intolerance, extremism, and radical ideology is evident everywhere, and children throughout the Middle East and North Africa are particularly vulnerable to its influence.”

The problem is not just that children are exploring their way, gaining new experiences, and coming under new influences. With conflict and oppression widespread throughout much of the Islamic world, Muslim kids are particularly vulnerable. Thus, one of the principle fronts for defending against persecution and terrorism is at the school level. However, most teachers, no matter how well-intentioned, are ill-prepared for such a battle.

Hardwired noted some of the shortcomings of existing efforts. For instance, in Iraq, organizations working on educational reform “did not take into account the key misunderstandings about each community that may need to be addressed for people at different beliefs to better understand different religious communities.” Proposals to address “problematic religious texts and teachings” also ran into problems: “given the sensitive nature of religious teachings and religious authority, reforms focused on the removal of certain texts have not been well received by members of society-from both majority and minority religious communities.”

Into this breach stepped Hardwired. It explained: “To make children resilient to radicalization and reduce the likelihood that they will repeat the violent extremism they have witnessed or experienced, we must change the way they see and treat others.” This takes intensive effort.

But it is Hardwired’s specialty. At the seminar I attended, Tina helped lead the diverse attendees who worked together on various exercises. That generated strong personal bonds and practical experience in working with those of radically different backgrounds and beliefs. Out of that came an appreciation for working together to ensure respect for the lives, dignity, and faiths of others.

Hardwired took a similar approach with schoolchildren and their teachers. Explained the group, “Nearly 1,200 children from three countries were taught to value the dignity and freedom of others through simple lessons that used analogies to encourage them to have tough conversations about their beliefs, misconceptions and fear of others.” Much of the effort was directed at kids who had suffered horrific persecution.

For instance, Hardwired sought to help them deal with their fears, including “misconceptions of people who may have attacked them or other communities different from their own.” Even more important, though, “for the first time, these severely traumatized children learned that they were valued, regardless of what they believed, and deserved to be treated with respect and dignity.” Doing so is necessary for them to move on with their own lives, as well as improve their communities and reduce threats to others.

The group provided several courses, with simple, understandable themes. For instance, “The Peaceful Garden: A Lesson in Valuing the Rights of Others,” builds a lesson around children going to a garden. Another is “Sanctuary Island: A Lesson in the Importance of Religion or Belief in Human Life,” which forces students to consider how to maintain peace among different groups on an island.

Notably, the program does not attempt to challenge or change religious teachings. Rather, it emphasizes the need to respect others’ lives and dignity. And the objective is not to transform people’s culture or religion, but to change the way people think. That is, “to help individuals develop new ways of understanding their religion and culture compared to the rights of people of different religions and beliefs.”

Reaching teachers is an important aspect of Hardwired’s efforts. Explained the recent report, “the objective of Hardwired’s educational program is to provide teachers with tools to build a more peaceful and inclusive society by leading youth toward a greater respect for the dignity and freedom of people of different religions or beliefs, while at the same time helping teachers promote a positive counter-narrative to the ideas that inspire intolerance and violent extremism.” The idea is to empower kids to not just tolerate, but defend, those with different beliefs.

The organization’s efforts in this case were just the start. On their own teachers were able to continue and even expand the program. Moreover, noted Hardwired, educators “are eager to replicate and expand the program and train other teachers in their communities.” Governments have sought Hardwired’s aid to reach more teachers, and other nations have approached the group about bringing its courses to them.

The program is just a start, a pilot, but could become a model for much broader use. Most important: the program’s results warrant expansion.

Hardwired’s new report details how “educating children to value the rights and freedoms of people of different religions and beliefs can influence positive, sustainable changes in their communities. Importantly, children consistently exhibited positive movement in their perspective of and behavior toward others that made them more inclusive of others.”

Explained the group, children became:

  • More resilient to the ideas of hate and intolerance that fuel extremism,
  • More likely to mitigate conflict through dialogue and understanding,
  • More likely to defend and actively engage people of different religions and beliefs,
  • More supportive of the role of religion in the public and private life of individuals,
  • More likely to support women, girls, and minority groups from discrimination, and
  • More empathetic of others, particularly those who were different from them.

It’s an impressive list. Yet it understates the potential for personal change and growth. In Erbil I watched Christians, Yazidis, Sunni and Shia Muslims, and even a Jew, who had lost a hand in a terrorist bombing, work together. Obviously, the problems of persecution and terrorism are huge and reflect broader ideological, political, and spiritual trends. Nevertheless, personal transformation offers the only sure, long-term answer to build a more tolerant, less violent world.

Doug Bandow is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute. A former Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, he is author of Beyond Good Intentions: A Biblical View of Politics.
          Morocco Travel Advice? When is the best time to visit, and what should I do?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi there! I hope someone can give me some advice. I have plans to travel to Morocco in the next year. It is my first time visiting the country and I'm really excited. Can someone who has visited before tell me when is the best time to visit, and what attractions I should include? I want to land in Marrakesh and use public transport. Is this a safe option for a solo traveller?

Thanks in advance!
          Morocco Atlas Mountains Safety Concerns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I'm going hiking in Morocco's Atlas Mountains, is it safe? I've checked the US State Travel Alerts and Warnings site and there wasn't any recent information. I also plan to go to Casablanca and Marrakesh, the travel.state.gov site says I must watch out for pickpockets and places associated with Americans, is this true?
          Marrakech - Rock the Kasbah - Kasbah district of the Medina      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The main square of Djemma el Fna surrounded by its endless labyrinth of souks (bazaars) is well documented and conjures up visions of snake charmers, acrobats, sooth-sayers, musicians, food stalls and the like.

Fascinating, it certainly is and especially when the sun is starting to set and the rich abundance of gastronomic flavours fill the air, trapped in plumes of smoke and steam to give the Djemma-el-Fna a twilight eeriness, a mesmerising quality I have found nowhere else.

As the evening darkens, the hustle bustle of activity rages on. The exotic music appears louder and more hypnotic.

The Shaman display their apocotheries and cures, both living and dead, which always begs the question “how does one apply such a thing”? A fine example is the Black Scorpion trapped inside a jam-jar. “It’s for haemorrhoids” I am informed. “well… um.. if I had Piles…. How would I apply it”? Seemed a suitable response. “I suggest you kill it first” Came the logical answer!


Directly south of the Djemma-el-Fna is Rue Bab Agnaou. A five-minute walk takes you straight to the famous Bab Agnaou entrance to the Kasbah district of the Medina.

The Bab Agnaou entrance, through the ramparts, is by far the most impressive entrance of all medina rampart entrances. This comes as no surprise when placed in context with the Kasbah.

The Kasbah was the first Citadel of the Sultans of Morocco, as such, Bab Agnaou is the posthumous entrance for Sultans, state visitors and their courtiers alike. Inside the Kasbah one finds a contrast between that of the Djemma-el-Fna only a short walk away.

The street stallholders are more accommodating and less insistent; there is an air of order, discernment and a lack of intimidation. The Kasbah is home to the Royal Palace, also the former El-Badi Palace and the Saadian Tombs (an exquisite burial site of past Sultans that was only rediscovered at the turn of the last century). This naturally creates better security, cleaner streets and a hint of being a special place within the medina.


In recent years my family has visited Marrakech during most half terms, buying gifts for Xmas stocking fillers, winter sun, Easter exotic on a budget and have almost exclusively looked for Riad accommodation in the Kasbah.

A Riad is a Moroccan house with an internal courtyard. Most windows are inward facing towards the central atrium. This design of property suites Islamic tradition as there is no obvious wealth statement being made externally, no windows to peer through. Entering a Riad
is like discovering an Aladdin’s Cave in comparison to it’s non-descript exterior.

The Kasbah has a good selection available to meet most budgets; the Kasbah also boasts three superb Riad converted hotels, La Sultana located next to the Saadian Tombs, which is very close to Bab Agnaou. Les Jardin de la Medina and Les Borjs de la Kasbah are within a minute of each other at the southern, quiet, end of the Kasbah very close to the entrance to the Royal Palace and the Sultans Agdal Gardens.

A pleasant route to access the southern end of the Kasbah is to follow the outside rampart walls past Bab Agnaou and Bab er-Rob gates until you get to Bab Ksiba, which is easily recognised by the huge eucalyptus tree on it’s left hand side.

This route has a second advantage in the winter months as it gives you an un-hindered view of the Mighty Atlas Mountains, which lay due south of the Kasbah.
The Kasbah has it’s own little bazaars (Souikas), food stalls, restaurants, hotels and riads for travellers to enjoy.


For my family…. We do enjoy the Djemma el Fna and it’s cacophony of exotic wonders but would not want to be immersed in it 24/7 during our stay. The Kasbah is “not too far…. from the madding crowd” but a short peripheral distance away to enjoy then retreat to some semblance of tranquillity.


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ALMOST 400 migrants have been rescued in the Mediterranean Sea as they attempted to make the crossing from Morocco to Spain, Spanish rescue services said. While the overall numbers of migrants reaching Europe by sea is down from the peak in 2015,...
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          groupe3architectes builds guelmim airport, a colourful mark in morocco’s deserted landscape      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

the building is covered with multicolored light-filtering metal mesh panels, which still maintain the soothing hues of the desert.

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Italian police said on Thursday they found 20 tonnes of hash worth as much as €200 million in the fuel tanks of a Panama-flagged ship that was stopped in international waters and escorted to Sicily. The entire 11-person crew, all from Montenegro, was arrested for international drugs trafficking, Italy's finance police said in a statement. The research and survey vessel Remus left the Canary Islands bound for Egypt and Turkey, but police surveillance showed it had turned off its position transmitter near the coast of North Africa, raising investigators' suspicions. With the permission of Panamanian authorities, Italian finance police seized the vessel in international waters on July 31 and escorted it to Palermo. There the fuel tanks were drained and the hash was discovered wrapped in sealed brown bags. "The Mediterranean Sea again is confirmed to be one of the world's largest arteries for illegal trafficking," the police statement said. "The results of the operation are the fruit of attentive intelligence gathering and analysis of the ship's routes." The North African hashish - compressed cannabis resin - was probably destined for the European market, police said. Morocco is the...
          US poultry allowed into Morocco market after 14-year long wait      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The USA Poultry & Egg Council (USAPEEC) and the National Chicken Council (NCC) applaud the news announced on 7 August 2018 by US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue that the government of Morocco has agreed to allow commercial imports of US poultry meat and poultry products into Morocco for the first time, bringing to fruition a 14-year-long effort to gain entry to the market
          America for sale      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Let's review some news from the first half of the week.

Monday: The trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort revealed jaw-dropping crimes, and continues to do so. His key lieutenant in his former lobbying business, Rick Gates, testified that they committed multiple instances of bank and tax fraud together.

Also on Monday, The Associated Press reported that as part of a quasi-genocidal, U.S.-supported war in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is providing quiet assistance to al Qaeda, including funding, arming, and straight-up recruiting jihadis into their coalition. What's more, America was in on it: "Key participants in the pacts said the U.S. was aware of the arrangements and held off on any drone strikes."

Tuesday: Former business partners of Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross (who has been overtly profiting from his office) filed suit alleging he stole $123 million from the business he used to run. Later, ProPublica published an astounding report detailing how the Department of Veterans Affairs is being run by a cabal of Mar-a-Lago members, bizarrely including Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter, none of whom are public officials of any kind or even veterans.

Wednesday: Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) was arrested by the FBI for insider trading — which was allegedly so blatant reporters overheard him boasting about it in the Capitol itself. Meanwhile it turns out New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is turning his regulatory powers seemingly only on local news outlets that ask him tough questions.

This is modern American politics, folks: rotten to its very marrow. Corruption is eating the United States alive. As the Numidian King Jugurtha supposedly said of the Roman Republic: "Yonder lies a city put up for sale, and its days are numbered if it finds a buyer."

Let's walk through a few of the major sellers.

The foreign policy "Blob"

In Ben Rhodes' famous phrase, the "Blob" refers to the D.C. foreign policy establishment and its mystifying habit of constantly arguing for the use of military force, usually in the Middle East, and often before the charred pile of corpses from their last failed war of aggression have even stopped smoldering.

The Saudi example, which might seem like an outlier on the above list, is actually quite instructive in how money fuels the Blob. As John R. MacArthur wrote back in 2007, America had long tolerated the brutal and repressive Saudi monarchy — and sold it enormous quantities of weapons — in return for its toleration of American military hegemony and, more importantly, its oil sales. Cheap gas was regarded as necessary for the American way of life, and therefore we could look past just about anything.

Yet from about the 1980s onward, the Saudi alliance has made less and less sense. For one, oil-based energy has become a large and increasing liability for any possible conception of the American national interest. Climate change is a clear and present danger to American security — a fact broadly recognized even within the U.S. military. And with the rise of fracking technology starting around 2010, Saudi oil imports have become less and less necessary to maintain current supplies in any case. And now the Saudis are supporting literally al Qaeda. What gives?

The truth is that today, American foreign policy is to a great degree dictated by who can offer the largest bribes.

The Saudis have spent billions of dollars of their vast cash hoard hiring various well-connected lobbying firms with ties to both parties. This effort was dramatically scaled up last year, in concert with the rise of the new Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman. He ruthlessly consolidated his power in a sort of thinly-disguised palace coup in late 2017, eliminating most contenders for power while claiming to be simply rooting out corruption (somehow his $500 million personal yacht escaped notice). He then undertook some token liberal reforms, allowing women to drive, opening some movie theaters, and holding a couple of concerts. In the background, of course, violent repression of human rights activists continued or even accelerated.

Then bin Salman went on a grand tour of the United States, trying to sell his liberal reformer shtick.

The awesome rottenness of the American elite was well demonstrated by their response to this transparent fraud. A veritable parade of politicians, bigshot media figures, and various businessmen swallowed bin Salman's story hook, line, and sinker. It wasn't just President Trump and various other Republicans — though the president has been a loyal Saudi stooge ever since they put his face up on a fancy hotel — but also many centrists and liberals. Bin Salman got cordial meetings with Bill and Hillary Clinton, Mike Bloomberg, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and sundry other Big Tech CEOs. David Ignatius in The Washington Post, Thomas Friedman in The New York Times, and Jeffrey Goldberg in The Atlantic all gave him extensive and credulous coverage.

Of course, that is only one of many examples of the Blob's corruption. Qatar, Israel, Morocco, the U.A.E., Kazakhstan, and many other countries have purchased American influence or toleration by spreading money around Washington, D.C. Corrupt Investor-State Dispute Settlement trade deals have led the U.S. to sign away a huge chunk of its economic sovereignty to international corporations. Defense contractors create an enormous bias in favor of imperial aggression overseas, benefiting themselves while costing the nation as a whole trillions in war spending. And so on.

The Republican Party

The Trump administration is so saturated with corruption that it would take several books to describe it all in detail. Aside from Ross, there's Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt wildly abusing their powers of office for personal gain, including millions of dollars in government-funded flights. And Trump himself is directly using the presidency to enrich his vast business empire.

Then there is the recent Republican tax bill, which not only stuffed hundreds of billions of dollars directly into the Sarlacc maw of the top 1 percent as a direct payoff for campaign donations, but also personally benefited most members of Congress who voted for it. Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) seemingly got a personal kickback in the form of tax benefits for real estate (one of his major assets) for his vote.

But there is also Russiagate, the unfolding drama over the extent of the Trump campaign's admitted collaboration with Russian electoral espionage in 2016 (which is a crime) — and the possibility that Vladimir Putin has compromising information on the president.

Russia is the proximate main actor here. But at bottom, this is a story about American corruption. The Russians learned it's trivially easy to buy or suborn the American political establishment, particularly on the right, and perhaps even turn the vast power of the American state to their own devices. In a democracy, authority should be derived from the consent of the governed, but it turns out the Republican Party — in between purple-faced shrieks about defending the Constitution from liberal tyranny — will absolutely forsake the most elementary American political principles in a heartbeat for partisan advantage.

Russiagate is a story about a criminal-riddled presidential campaign that was positively eager to trade foreign policy favors for hacked oppo research from a foreign power; a story of a political party leadership that laughed over the idea behind closed doors and successfully intimidated the incumbent government from discussing the story fully; and a story of a party electorate that has fed on bilious hatred for liberals and nutball conspiracy theories for so long they have completely lost sight of basic democratic values.

The Democratic Party

Before Democrats get too self-righteous about Trump and his cronies, let's consider the Great Recession and the ensuing weak recovery, which has left the United States something like $3 trillion below the 1945-2007 growth trend (and fueled the rise of right-wing extremism around the globe). As Frank Rich writes, we are still living today with the devastating consequence of this crisis — an economic anchor chain that has inaugurated an age of anxiety, hopelessness, and despair.

Now, Republicans refusing any kind of stimulus or investment package after they took the House in 2010 — indeed, actually demanding economy-crushing austerity — is one major culprit here.

But there were three gigantic and totally avoidable policy disasters committed by Democrats and the Obama administration when they had big congressional majorities in 2009-10, which helped lock in our current economy of weak growth, stagnant wages, and enormous corporate profits. The first was lowballing the Recovery Act stimulus package, and making it about one-third tax cuts in a moronic attempt to get Republican votes. To be fair, that was mainly an error of political judgment.

But the second two disasters were more or less straight-up corruption.

First was failing to use the tremendous leverage granted by the bank bailout to help the American citizenry. Remember, at this time the government owned multiple important financial institutions, like the world's largest insurer AIG. For years, the rest of the financial system was utterly dependent on government assistance (especially a hodgepodge of Federal Reserve programs that jammed trillions in credit into the financial system). But instead of using that leverage to, say, force the largest banks to break themselves up, or accept an aggressive financial reform package (instead of the milquetoast one they actually passed), or some other reform, the Obama administration just sold those companies back into the private market as soon as they possibly could. They didn't even prevent AIG employees from paying themselves outrageous bonuses after their epic management failure required a $184 billion bailout.

The third disaster was even worse: the foreclosure crisis. A big part of the bank bailout granted sweeping powers to help struggling homeowners caught in the financial storm. But the Obama administration used its homeowner assistance program to help the banks even more, by simply slowing the rate of foreclosures — to "foam the runway" for the banks, in then-Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's infamous phrase. From 2010-11, it probably enabled foreclosures on net rather than stopping them.

And then, when it came to light that these foreclosures had been conducted mostly with forged papers, and the banks had whole floors of entry-level employees committing document fraud hundreds of times per day, Obama did not seize the opportunity to force them to help homeowners, as suggested by then-FDIC chief Sheila Bair. Instead this administration pushed through a wrist-slap fine whose headline figure was heavily inflated by including mortgage relief that would have been illegal to collect anyway. In the midst of perhaps the worst corporate crime spree in a century, the rate of white-collar prosecutions fell steadily to less than two-thirds of what it had been in the early Bush II years:

(Courtesy Trac Reports)

The foreclosure machine grinds on to this day, forgeries and all.

The banks were restored to health (and enormous profitability), while homeowners were left to drown. The result was that between 2007 and 2016, the average wealth of the bottom 99 percent decreased by $4,500, while the average wealth of the top 1 percent increased by $4.9 million.

This undoubtedly sharply worsened the Democrats' political carnage in the 2010 midterms. So why on Earth did they bend over backward to help the people who had caused the worst economic crisis in 80 years?

By far the most convincing answer can be found in the post-administration careers of key Obama officials. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (a Republican, but reappointed by Obama) is working for a hedge fund. Geithner is working for the absolutely odious private equity firm Warburg Pincus which makes its money by, among other things, tricking poor people into taking hugely high-interest loans.

Former chief of the Department of Justice's Criminal Division Lanny Breuer (who was instrumental in quashing proposed bank prosecutions) is back at law firm Covington & Burling, which specializes in corporate defense. So is former Attorney General Eric Holder (who testified before a congressional committee that banks had become too big to prosecute) — and they even held his office open for him while he was in public service, how nice. Other former Obama staffers are cashing out shilling for defense contractors, Uber, or Amazon. And Obama himself is giving buckraking speeches to financial firms for $400,000 a pop.

Now, Democratic Party corruption is not so blatant or egregious as the Republican variety. It tends to be more about cultural and social capture (and the associated head-spinning doublethink) than it is about sacks of cash being exchanged in a cynical quid pro quo. But at bottom, it is simply impossible to avoid drawing a straight line between Democrats failing to rein in a Black Death-level plague of corporate crime and later falling into the warm and lucrative embrace of that same corporate elite.

One way to summarize the various severe problems afflicting American society is that the government is barely even pretending to function on behalf of the voting public anymore. Part of that is ideological. But another large and growing part is corruption. Today's American elite by and large line their own pockets, or those of their ruling class cohort, instead of attempting to serve virtuously as representatives of the citizenry and the nation. It's an age of moral bankruptcy.

A country simply can't survive this level of corruption forever. The results in terms of citizen welfare speak for themselves. As the Ottoman Empire or Ancien Régime France discovered long ago, a nation which cannot clean up a thoroughly corrupt self-dealing elite will eventually fail. America needs fresh, virtuous leaders, and a great many people need to go to jail.


          Kenya's former 400m hurdles champion dies after car crash      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kenya's former 400-meter hurdles world champion, Nicholas Bett, has died after a car crash Wednesday.

Local police commander Patrick Wambani reported that Bett, aged 28, was killed after his car struck a bump and veered off the road near Nandi County in Kenya's high-altitude North Rift region.

Bett had only just returned home from the African Senior Championships in Nigeria on Monday.

Following reports of the accident, Kenya's Athletics governing body confirmed Bett's death on Twitter, sending condolences to his family and the entire athletics fellowship.

Kenya's deputy president, Williams Ruto also expressed his sympathy over Bett's death, calling it "a big loss to his family, friends, Kenya and the global athletics fraternity," on Twitter.

The International Athletics Foundation also said it was "deeply saddened and shocked to hear," of Bett's passing in a post on Twitter.

Bett made history at the World Championships in Beijing in 2015 after taking gold in the 400-meter hurdles, the first ever for a Kenyan.

He also won two bronze medals at the 2014 African championships in Marrakech, Morocco in the 400 hurdles and 4×400-meter relay.

Bett did not make the podium at the African Championships in Nigeria.

His twin, Aron Koech, also an international hurdler, took the honors as part of the Kenyan team that won gold in 4×400m event, adding to Kenya's final tally of 11 golds, two more than South Africa and hosts Nigeria.


          IS MOROCCO flooding Spain with illegal alien Muslim invaders to force the EU into giving them more cash?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Morocco appears to have deliberately increased the flow of Muslim illegals setting off for Spain to pressure the European Union (EU) to make more generous monetary concessions in forthcoming talks. Breitbart  The claim, from the porCausa group funded by George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, comes as Spain moves to slash privileges given to illegal migrants […]
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          Partial Scholarship Tenable In Kingdom of Morocco For the Academic Year 2018/2019      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Partial Scholarship Tenable In Kingdom of Morocco For the Academic Year 2018/2019
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 
PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP TENABLE IN KINGDOM OF MOROCCO FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018/2019 

1. Call for Application 
The General Public is hereby informed that the Kingdom of Morocco through the Moroccan Agency of International Cooperation (AMCI), has granted the United Republic of Tanzania a quota of 30 scholarships tenable at Moroccan Public Institutions at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels for the academic year 2018/2019. 
Application are invited from qualified Tanzanians for Undergraduate and Postgraduate programme to apply. .Language of instructions for most courses (science, technology, economics etc.) will be French. 

2. GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 
(i) UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 
BACHELOR DEGREE

1. Applicant must have been completed in 2017/2018 and passed Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSE), with Division I or II / Diploma with minimum of Upper Second ; 
2. Age not older than 23 years by August 2018; 
3. Not admitted in any higher learning institution in the country; 
4. Have good health. 

(ii) POSTGRADUATE 
(a) Masters: 
(i) Must be holders of a first degree with a minimum of Upper Second class; 
(ii) Not admitted in any higher learning institution; 
(iii) Have good health. 

 PhD 
(i) Must be holders of Master’s degree in the required subject/specialities of studies recognized as being equivalent to Moroccan granted certificate; 
(ii) Not admitted in any higher learning institution; 
(iii) Have good health. 

N.B: 
• Applicants with a certificate or a course in French language will be an added advantage 
• In all programmes language of instruction is French except for Islamic and Arabic Literature which will be conducted in Arabic Language; 
• Application forms can be downloaded at http://www.amci.ma/fcf.pdf 
• More details can be obtained from the following link: http://dhe.gov.mv/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Information-Sheet-1.pdf(use Google search engine) 
www.amci.ma/repf.pdf 

List of documents to be submitted include:
Two (02) copies of 
(a) Completed filled application forms; 
(b) Certified true copy of academic certificates, transcripts, birth certificate; 
(c) Certified true copy of passport; 
(d) Medical certificate issued by public medical hospitals certified that he/she is not suffering from any contagious illness or carrying a pandemic; 
(e) Two recent passport size photographs, in colour, (with the name, surname and nationality of the candidate written on the back of the photos); 
(f) Applicant for Masters and PhD must provide a copy of an Abstract of dissertation/thesis of graduation/thesis for PhD degree 

3 THE SCHOLARSHIP WILL COVER
(a) (i) Monthly allowance of 750 Dirhams (Approximate to U.S. $ 75); 
(ii) Tuition fees; 

(b) Other costs will be covered by the Applicant (Student). 
(i) Accommodation; 
(ii)Registration fees; 
(iii) Air ticket, go and return. 

Medical coverage: 
Foreign students are required to subscribe to an insurance policy during their study stay in Morocco that offers them the following services: 
• Reimbursement of medical expenses; 
• Medical care; 

• Final medical evacuation to home country in cases of serious illness that will not allow students to continue with their studies in Morocco; 
• Repatriation of body in case of death on Moroccan territory; For further information on Insurance Policy consult the website: www.ma2e.com 

 4. MODE OF APPLICATION
Application shall be submitted in hard copy to: 


Permanent Secretary, 
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, 
University of Dodoma, 
College of Business and Law, 
Block 10 
P .O. Box 10 
40479 Dodoma 
Room 404 

Deadline to receive applications is 10th August, 2018

          Celebrate PhotoPass Day at Walt Disney World Resort      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
inline imageAugust 19th sees the return of Disney's PhotoPass Day at Walt Disney World Resort.

You can take home digital downloads of all your Disney PhotoPass photos from the day for one price with Memory Maker One Day!* Memory Maker One Day will be available at the Disney PhotoPass Centers located in each of the four parks and at Disney Springs for the special price of $39, only on August 19, 2018, and only at these five locations.**

Below are all of the special photos you can take during the event on 19 August with Disney PhotoPass photographers.

Disney's Animal Kingdom


Character Experiences:
  • Meet Bolt: Discovery Island Trails from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Meet Baloo and King Louie: Upcountry Landing in Asia from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
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Additional photo opportunities:*
  • Huey, Dewey and Louie Magic Shot: DinoLand U.S.A.
  • Kevin Magic Shot: near "UP! A Great Bird Adventure"
  • Russell's grape soda bottlecap pin prop: near "UP! A Great Bird Adventure"
  • Finding Nemo prop: near "Finding Nemo - The Musical"
  • Kilimanjaro Safaris prop: near the attraction entrance
*These additional photo opportunities at Disney's Animal Kingdom are available from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.



Disney's Hollywood Studios


Character Experience:
  • Meet Jawas: Star Wars Launch Bay Cantina from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Additional photo opportunities:*
  • Rizzo Magic Shot: near Muppet Vision 3D
  • Green Army Man Magic Shot: near the entrance to Slinky Dog Dash
  • Hollywood Tower Hotel luggage prop: Sunset Boulevard
  • Beauty and the Beast light painting next to Theater of the Stars (available from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
*These additional photo opportunities at Disney's Hollywood Studios are available from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.



Epcot


Character Experiences:
  • Meet Cruella de Vil: United Kingdom Pavilion from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Meet Jafar: Morocco Pavilion from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Additional photo opportunities:*
  • Original Selfie Magic Shot: France Pavilion (available from noon to 8 p.m.)
  • World Traveler Magic Shots: available at all 11 countries in World Showcase (available from noon to 8 p.m.)
  • Baby Groot Magic Shot: Future World East at the galaxy-themed wall
  • Finding Nemo prop: near The Seas with Nemo & Friends
  • Spaceship Earth prop: near the attraction entrance
*These additional photo opportunities at Epcot are available from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., unless otherwise noted.



Magic Kingdom Park


Character Experience:
  • Meet Pinocchio and Geppetto: near Pinocchio Village Haus from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Additional photo opportunities:*
  • Dole Whip Magic Shot: across from Sunshine Tree Terrace
  • Dumbo Magic Shot: near Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  • Mickey Mouse Magic Shot: on the bridge near Fairytale Garden
  • Jungle Cruise prop: near the attraction entrance
  • Pretzel prop: Purple Wall near Tomorrowland Terrace (available from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
*These additional photo opportunities at Magic Kingdom Park are available from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., unless otherwise noted.



Disney Springs

  • Peter Pan Shadow Magic Shot: between the LEGO® Store and World of Disney®
  • Original Selfie Magic Shot: outside of the Disney PhotoPass Studio
  • Special balloons virtual background: at the Disney PhotoPass Studio
Both Disney Springs Magic Shots are available from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Virtual background at the Disney PhotoPass Studio is available from 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.



© Disney

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Windsor Hotel
187 Garry Street
Winnipeg

The Peelers were formed in North Glengarry County in Eastern Ontario Canada in 1999, and are now based out of Montreal. The band has evolved to become one of the most notorious Celtic punk acts in Canada. Glengarry has always been a hub of Celtic culture, and original members immersed themselves in this legacy from youth. Separated from New York State by the St. Lawrence River, it was originally settled by Gaelic immigrants who chose the name Glengarry in memory of home. The Peelers bow the rules of tradition, with their blend of punk rock & traditional Irish music.
Over the past 17 years the band has performed at pubs, clubs, festivals, theatres, arenas, alehouses’, snowboarding championships, barrooms, beer gardens, cocktail lounges, inns, public houses, saloons, and taverns throughout North America. The current lineup has performed, or shared bills with every major act in the genre.
For eighteen years, The Peelers have contributed to the growth of the Celtic Punk genre in North America. In 2002 the band debuted the album 'Boots and Suits'. In 2004 the band released 'Liquordale'. That album was subsequently named Album of the Year by Boston based Shite n’ Onions, considered the online bible for Celtic punk rock enthusiasts. After a hiatus, a brand new 13 track album, entitled ‘Palace of the Fiend' was released on January 3rd, 2017. It was recorded in five different studios, located in Montreal, Toronto, and Casablanca, Morocco.
“...is ‘Palace of the Fiend’ any good? Fuck yeah. Double fuck yeah. This is Celtic-punk at it’s very, very best, fast, powerful, raw, the poetry of those who have really lived – part Pogues, part Mahones and part Behan. I know it’s only May but I’m prepared to call ‘Palace of the Fiend’ album of the year for 2017.” - Shite n Onions May 2017
“For all of you that belong to the Shite’n’Onions generation, The Peelers are a living legend...The heavyweights of the genre are back with their new albums. Will they be able to meet the fans’ expectations? The Peelers have already done it.” - Celtic-Folk- Punk Germany 2017


          English Premier League wasn't always a global beast      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

LONDON — Somerville, Massachusetts, 26 May, 1989. Answerphone message, Beep:

"It's your brother-in-law, Andre. Arsenal needed to win by two clear goals at Anfield to win the league and did it with almost the last kick of the match!"

And that tinny, brief and precious Trans-Atlantic message was how I found out in post-university U.S. exile how my North London team had its greatest moment since 1971, winning the First Division title at Liverpool, a team that had dominated the English game since the late 1970s.

It's now globally known as the English Premier League, a multi-billion-dollar behemoth that is ubiquitous outside the stadiums in which it is played, paying some of the most eye-watering wages to international household names - Manchester United's World Cup Winner, Paul Pogba, Arsenal's Mesut Ozil, Chelsea's Eden Hazard, Liverpool's Mohammed Salah and Manchester City's Sergio Aguero to name but a few of its biggest stars. The new season begins Friday and the hype is in overdrive.

And where does this marauding cash cow get its vast mountains of money? In Great Britain, Sky Sports and telecoms group BT pay nearly 5 billion pounds ($6.43 billion) per season to the EPL to show live games. The league's 20 teams get a hefty cut, thus enabling huge wages for some superstars and also some extremely average players. In America, NBC has the broadcasting rights, for which it pays handsomely. A six-year contract through 2021-22 is worth about $1 billion. Stateside, games are shown in designated bars, or, via cable, on a phone or tablet.

Time zones are a challenge: get up early in the U.S. for weekend matches, watch later at night in parts of Asia. Acceptable to have a drink at 7.30am Eastern Time at kick off? Probably not. At Noon for the early evening game across the pond? Sure.

In the last few years, I've seen Arsenal play live on a screen from afar or caught video clips of goals seconds later online in several U.S. cities, France, The Netherlands, Greece, Morocco, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Failing that, there are countless live blogs or running commentary from increasingly agitated and deranged legions on Twitter.

Rewind to the early 80s, the start of my time away from England in the U.S.

A weekly phone call home with my parents was the key source of football information, or perhaps "The New York Times" or "The Boston Globe" would deign to print half an inch of results buried deep in the Sunday Sports section.

Later in the same decade, the Columbia University library provided recent copies of the British newspaper "The Guardian" where I could devour match reports and neglect my graduate studies on languorous afternoons.

It was all a long way from watching Arsenal in the flesh, a sometime visceral experience in the late 70s that involved some hair-raising, anxious encounters as a youth at home and away with supporters from rival teams.

Hooliganism was the scourge of the game in Britain for a good two decades and it had a death toll, spilling blood into Europe, as did poorly built stadiums up and down the country, and policing that treated fans like animals. Woe betide anyone who threatens the image of the EPL now - violence, empty seats at games, the cameras will swing away quickly.

But controversies over in-match refereeing decisions, playground spats between managers, as well as the actual action itself? Pile them on the gravy train.

In Britain, Sky Sports and BT, which demand monthly payments to watch live matches at home or in the pub, and the rather zealous tabloid media can't get enough of saying the English Premier League is the best in the world.

But is it?

Some would doubt that when exhilarating matches between the top tier of teams are a rarity. Around a dozen teams , also paying big wages, are desperately trying to stay in "The Show," to borrow a baseball phrase from the film "Bull Durham," and keep a grip on the revenue and public garlands for the teams' multi-millionaire owners.

It's certainly the most omnipresent. But Messi, Ronaldo and Mbappe - no introduction needed - don't ply their trade there.

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London-based Tamer Fakahany is AP's deputy director for global news coordination and has helped direct international coverage for the organization for 15 years. He has followed Arsenal for decades and has been a season-ticket holder for 25 years.

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FILE - In this Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016 file photo Chelsea's Eden Hazard shoots and scores scores his sides 2nd goal of the game past a diving Leicester City's goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel during the English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea and Leicester City, at Stamford Bridge stadium in London. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)

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FILE - In this Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018 file photo Manchester City's Sergio Aguero attempts a shot on goal during the Community Shield soccer match between Chelsea and Manchester City at Wembley, London. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)
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The National Chicken Council and the USA Poultry and Egg Council have hailed the US Department of Agricultureâs (USDA) efforts to access new markets for the sector after securing an import deal with Morocco.
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[…] Fashion Cities Africa is a temporary exhibition that explores practices of dress, fashion and styling in four African cities: Casablanca (Morocco), Lagos (Nigeria), Nairobi (Kenya) and Johannesburg (South Africa). Discover fashion across Africa on your own adventure that will be more getaway than runway but incredible all the same. Brighton Museum & Art Gallery 30 Apr 2016 – 8 Jan 2017 […]
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One thing Spain could do for starters is give those enclaves in North Africa back to Morocco. What’s the point in hanging onto those? I assume once the Africans make it into these enclaves it’s way easier for them to work their way to the Spanish mainland, rather than just sailing from Moroccan territory to the mainland. Seems like a total no-brainer. Maybe they could ever get some kind of border protection arrangements from the Moroccan government in exchange for those territories.
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