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          A l’instar des grands hommes du monde: Joseph Kabila a tenu parole      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kinshasa a vécu un moment sans pareil l’après-midi de ce mercredi. Contrairement à toutes les peurs et analyses les plus noires sur la République démocratique du Congo, analyses faites aussi bien par les Congolais que les étrangers tendant à démontrer que Joseph Kabila chercherait par tous les moyens légaux et illégaux à s’accrocher au pouvoir, le quatrième chef de l’Etat congolais a surpris beaucoup de gens en choisissant de ne pas se représenter à la présidentielle de décembre 2018. Il a plutôt porté son choix sur l’infatigable Ramazani Shadary qui défendra les couleurs du Front Commun pour le Congo (FCC) à la grande bataille de décembre de l’année finissante. Je respecterai la constitution A chacune de ses interventions médiatiques (points de presse ou messages à la nation), Joseph Kabila a gardé le même message qu’il savait si bien résumer : « je respecterai la constitution ».  Cette phrase, au lieu d’apaiser la classe politique, a donné lieu à des polémiques infinies. Plusieurs thèses ont été inventées autour de ce message. Les Congolais se rappellent encore le fameux Cyrus Mirindi dont les explications tordues de la constitution ont créé plus d’insomnies qu’il n’en a guéries. La pauvre population congolaise instrumentalisée par une classe politique sans foi ni loi est arrivée même à douter du véritable désir de son chef de respecter la constitution dans son esprit et dans sa lettre. Pour l’opposition, Kabila devait réciter une autre phrase plus explicite en disant : « je ne suis pas candidat à ma propre succession ». Le Raïs congolais, égal à lui-même et fort de sa décision prise depuis plusieurs années et sans pression, a gardé son silence même quand certains hommes et femmes se battaient et se tuaient sur la continuité ou non de ce président dont le charisme intrigue le monde. En acceptant de se retirer comme le prévoit la constitution de la République Démocratique du Congo, l’actuel président de la République entre dans l’histoire par la grande porte selon ce qu’il avait toujours désiré. Pour ceux qui ne le croient pas, Lambert Mende ministre des Médias et Communication a répété plus d’une fois qu’il y aurait passation des pouvoirs civilisé à la fin du mandat de Joseph Kabila, mais cela n’a pas empêché l’opposition à semer le doute dans la population et l’envoyer parfois dans la rue pour des choses déjà acquises comme le respect du nombre des mandats à la tête du pays. Le syndrome du referendum En regardant autour de la Rdc, l’on s’aperçoit que beaucoup de pays ont choisi de modifier leurs constitutions pour maintenir au pouvoir leurs  boss. Le Rwanda, qui semble donner des leçons mal placées à la RDC est parmi ces pays-là. L’Ouganda, le Burundi et le Congo Brazzaville n’ont pas fait mieux. La révision constitutionnelle était à la portée de Joseph Kabila. Il a choisi de ne pas le faire par respect à ce peuple souverain. Ni les conseils de certains flatteurs autour de lui, ni les chansons flatteuses de certains groupes corrompus et manipulés au son de « Wumela, Wumela », n’ont eu d’influence sur Joseph Kabila décidé à passer la main au terme de son second mandat. L’Occident qui s’est agité depuis plusieurs mois était convaincu que le maitre de Kingakati trouverait les moyens de s’accrocher au pouvoir envers et contre tous. Derrière plusieurs mouvements sociaux, l’Occident a contribué à créer un fossé dans la confiance entre le chef de l’Etat congolais et son peuple. Certains de ses mouvements dont l’existence était basée sur la présence de Kabila au pouvoir au-delà de son mandat, doivent avoir le courage de se dissoudre ou envisager autre chose. Le financement par la RDC du processus électoral fait aussi partie de ce que Joseph Kabila avait promis. Jusqu’à ce jour, toute opération électorale est financée par l’argent du contribuable congolais au grand étonnement de l’Europe qui n’en revient pas. Tous ceux qui doutaient de la tenue des élections dans le délai se sont empressés, toute honte bue, d’aller déposer leurs candidatures, alors que les mêmes passaient le plus clair de leur temps à expliquer qu’il y aurait pas d’élections dans ce pays et que les machines à voter étaient achetées pour le référendum. Petit à petit, les eaux deviennent claires et chacun se rend compte qu’il faut travailler dur pour non seulement prendre part aux élections, mais  aussi et surtout les gagner. Kabila en tenant parole, vient de confondre tous ses détracteurs et vendeurs d’illusions.   (Muntu Bualu)
          Between Authoritarianism and Democracy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In a recent article for Political Violence at a Glance, Alexander Beresford (University of Leeds), Marie E. Berry (University of Denver) and Laura Mann (LSE) summarise their recent paper: Liberation movements and stalled democratic transitions: reproducing power in Rwanda and South Africa through productive liminality.  For decades, political scientists have debated whether democracy is spreading or receding on the global stage. While recent trends suggest […]
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          Jairek Robbins: Achieve Success by Living with Purpose      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
airek Robbins was born in Santa Monica, California. He is a decorated performance coach and lifestyle entrepreneur who has applied his innovative methods to living a life of adventure, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. At the age of twenty-three, Robbins was awarded the Congressional Award Gold Medal from the United States Congress. By twenty-five, he gained international renown as the creator of a revolutionary approach to maximizing personal performance that accelerated organizational success for a wide range of businesses. Robbins’s personal journey has included circumnavigating the globe on a ship, helping build schools and houses in multiple countries, cage diving with great white sharks, encountering silverback gorillas in Rwanda, and working as a volunteer in underdeveloped regions. He supports a number of charities and nonprofits, such as the Change Heroes and the Pencils of Promise Foundation. He is also the author of the book Live It!: Achieve Success by Living with Purpose. Favorite Success Quote “Life supports that which supports life” – Anonymous Key Points 1. You Must Give Before You Can Receive    Today, many men focus only on getting. Getting the latest car, getting the biggest house, or getting the hottest girl friend. Unfortunately, there isn’t much of a focus on giving.   Jairek believes that for anyone to be truly successful, they must approach all areas of their life with a giving mindset. When you focus, first and foremost, on adding value and improving the world around you, personal success is an inevitable byproduct.   When you make your business plan, ask how you can give value to the people you will be serving. When you start a new workout, ask who you can inspire to achieve optimal health. When you start a new relationship, ask how you can have a positive impact on your new friend or significant other.   No matter what you are doing, always ask how you can give value to others. Life is too damn short to be selfish.   2. Focus First on Intrinsic Goals    Jairek believes that one of the biggest mistake many people make when setting goals is that they focus first on extrinsic goals rather than intrinsic goals. Meaning that they focus on goals more about others than themselves.   For example, many of your reading this probably at one point in time, had the goal of graduating college. For many of you, this goal was set only to please your parents and not because it was something that you truly cared about.   Here are some examples of intrinsic versus extrinsic goals:   Intrinsic:   Going to college because you want to learn as much as you can and enjoy your field of study Learning a new instrument because you enjoy practicing and making music Getting fit because you care about your body and want to take care of yourself so that you can perform optimally Starting a business because you are passionate about something and want to share your gifts with the world.   Extrinsic:   Going to college because you don’t want to disappoint your family. Learning a new instrument because you think girls will like it Getting fit to impress others Starting a business because you want to make a ton of money   Always focus on goals that are about what you want from your life rather than what others want. Following a path because it is what friends, family or society tells you to do is a sure ticket to a death bed full of regrets.   3. Create Many “Whys” For Your Goals    Once you have found and set goals that are intrisitc and motivate you for the right reasons, you must create a compelling list of reasons to achieve those goals.   An old personal growth saying is that “Reasons come first, results come second.” You will not achieve anything of measurable significance unless you have reasons that anchor you to your purpose during hard times.   Jairek recommends taking your biggest goals and writing down five new reasons to achieve them or “whys” every day. If at the end of the year, you cannot find at least five sol...
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          Il capo dell’Unep Solheim: dal mondo arrivano molte buone notizie per l’ambiente      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Intervistato da UN News, Erik Solheim,  direttore esecutivo dell’United Natoins Environment Programme (Unep), ha ricordato che «il 2017 è stato il primo anno nella storia dell'umanità nel quale  è stata generata globalmente più elettricità dal sole, rispetto a petrolio, gas e carbone messi insieme». Nonostante la serie di non confortanti studi pubblicati recentemente su clima e biodiversità, Solheim resta ottimista: <Siamo sulla buona strada», ma anche lui avverte: «Abbiamo davvero bisogno di accelerare».

Il direttore esecutivo  dell’Unep ha evidenziato alcune esperienze positive: «L'India meridionale, ad esempio, ha ora il primo aeroporto tutto-solare al mondo« e ha aggiunto che «Alcuni degli Stati meridionali dell'India stanno vivendo lo sviluppo economico più rapido di qualsiasi parte del mondo, basato sull'energia solare».

Non è mancata una stoccata per Donald Trump che ha deciso di tirare fuori gli Usa dall’Accordo di Parigi per non danneggiare la competitività dell’industria americana dei fossili: «Negli Stati Uniti ci sono cinque volte più posti di lavoro nel solare, che nel carbone».

Solheim è ottimista anche per quanto riguarda il rispetto del Sustainable development goal (Sdg) 15 – proteggere la vita sulla terra – e ha ricordato che «la Cina ha recentemente vietato qualsiasi commercio di avorio, Una cosa molto importante perché blocca il mercato a coloro che uccidono gli elefanti in Africa».

Poi il direttore esecutivo dell’Unep ha definito «un enorme, enorme successo» qualcosa che invece è molto controverso e le cui cifre sono contestate da associazioni come Greenpeace: «L'Indonesia ha ridotto la deforestazione nelle sue torbiere di quasi il 90%. La torba è parzialmente decomposta, vegetazione morta, che immagazzina enormi quantità di carbonio e, tra le altre cose, assorbe l'acqua - contribuendo a mitigare le inondazioni - durante la stagione umida e rilascia acqua durante la stagione secca».

Secondo Solheim in Africa il Rwanda e il Botswana «stanno facendo molto, molto bene» per proteggere lla fauna selvatica, ma ha ammesso che «Ancora, non si sta rivelando sufficiente per il pianeta. Dobbiamo fare molto di più. L’Unep lavora con i governi, la società civile e le imprese, per trasformare la natura in un'opportunità di business, a vantaggio di tutti». E anche in questo caso ha fatto l’esempio del Rwanda che tassa per 1.500 dollari a persona i turisti  che vogliono andare a vedere i suoi gorilla di montagna protetti, la cui popolazione è ora in aumento. Solheim riconosce che si tratta di un costo alto, ma fa notare che «Tuttavia,  ha creato una fantastica economia per il Ruanda, per i tassisti, per gli insegnanti delle scuole per i camerieri degli hotel. E la gente intorno al parco nazionale sarà la prima a difendere i gorilla perché il loro sostentamento dipende da essi».

Prendendo spunto dall’Sdg 14, la vita sott'acqua, il capo dell’Unep ha raccontato la commovente storia di una balena morta in Thailandia che aveva ingoiato 80 sacchetti di plastica e ha sottolineato che, di fronte a esempi di distruzione ambientale come questi, persone e governi stanno reagendo: «L'India ha promesso di eliminare gradualmente tutti i sacchetti di plastica monouso entro il 2022; mentre l'Unione europea ha annunciato una nuova strategia per utilizzare la plastica in un modo più sicuro e sostenibile dal punto di vista ambientale. Anche il Parlamento cileno ha intrapreso una forte azione contro la plastica, Il  Kenya, l'Eritrea e il Ruanda hanno promesso tutti di agire di più. Inoltre, delle imprese che in precedenza si erano rifiutate di agire, ora sono diventate forti sostenitrici, come Coca-Cola e Starbucks  negli Stati Uniti,. Ma dietro i Paesi e le imprese c'è il forte movimento di persone che dicono: 'Vogliamo cambiare”».

Per Solheim, la strada da seguire è quella di «collegare il turismo sostenibile con le opportunità economiche, i posti di lavoro, lo sviluppo e l’energia sostenibile. L'unico modo in cui possiamo veramente proteggere il pianeta è quello di fornire allo stesso tempo opportunità alle persone che vivono su questo pianeta».

Il capo dell’Unep ha concluso la sua intervista a UN News enfatizzando l'obiettivo di far diventare la 2020 Beijing Conference per la natura un’iniziativa efficace anche per l’applicazione dell’Accordo di Parigi del 2015 sui cambiamenti climatici, e ha ricordato che «a Pechino saranno prese misure sostanziali per proteggere tutta la fauna della Terra, dagli insetti alle specie più vulnerabili e in pericolo di estinzione come le tigri, i panda, gli orsi polari e i leoni».

L'articolo Il capo dell’Unep Solheim: dal mondo arrivano molte buone notizie per l’ambiente sembra essere il primo su Greenreport: economia ecologica e sviluppo sostenibile.


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          Dylan (20) mag als nieuwe ambassadeur van Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen naar Rwanda      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Dylan Rodriguez Milis, een Vilvoordse student Agro- en Biotechnologie, is de eindwinnaar van een wedstrijd van Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen. Hij wordt zo ambassadeur van de niet-gouvernementele organisatie en kan tien dagen op leerreis naar het Afrikaanse Rwanda.


          Moordenaar van 10 Belgische para’s wil nu in ons land schuilen       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

In militaire kringen is ophef ontstaan door de vrijlating van de verantwoordelijke van de moord op tien Belgische blauwhelmen in 1994 in Rwanda. Bovendien zou de Rwandese ex-majoor een asielaanvraag hebben ingediend om in ons land te blijven, al wordt dat door geen enkele instantie bevestigd. Zeker is dat de Rwandees op dit moment in een gesloten asielcentrum verblijft.


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Angola to Host Peace and Security Summit on August 14
08.08.2018
APA News

Seven heads of state from Central and Southern Africa, including Congolese Denis Sassou N’Guesso, will take part in a summit meeting on peace and security in these two sub-regions of the continent on August 14 in Luanda (Angola), the Congolese presidency announced on Wednesday.

The information was given by Angola’s Minister of Foreign Relations, Manuel Domingos Augusto, who, during an audience with the Congolese president, sent him a verbal invitation from his Angolan counterpart, Joäo Lourenço, the Presidency noted.

“During this meeting, the heads of state will discuss the persistence of violence in CAR, the electoral process in DR Congo and many other issues,” the presidency added quoting the Angolan minister.

In addition to Denis Sassou N’Guesso and his Angolan counterpart, Joao Lourenço, the meeting will be attended by the Presidents of the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Rwanda, Gabon and Uganda.

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DAVIS Kashaka, the captain of Kigali Golf Course, has credited the facility for Rwanda’s recent historic performance in Africa Region Four Golf Challenge staged at Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa. Out of eight countries in the regional tournament, also known as East Africa Challenge, Rwanda finished....
          FAILED AND EXPIRED NIGERIA ON THE HIGH SPEED TO RWANDA (Part 1)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FAILED AND EXPIRED NIGERIA ON THE HIGH SPEED TO RWANDA (Part 1)


By Obulose Chidiebere
For: Family Writers Press.

According to one article that circulated on social media one time, titled “Nigeria; on the high way to Rwanda”, the writer said, “The clouds of war are gathering with blood sucking gods that follow the perching of vultures. Vultures from Europe, vultures from England, vultures from Asia, yes, vultures from America that deal on arms. With eyes constantly fixed on any trouble spot in the world. They are hopefully praying to extend their business from Tripoli to Abuja.
This is because, Nigeria is fast ascending to the very path that Freetown took. The path that ruined Congo and Libya. The expressway to Rwanda, that is the path Nigeria is fast speeding into.  He continued “Yet, this path is not a new path to us. It's a familiar terrain that we have taken before.

In 1966, long before even the Rwandan path was paved. Nigerian government wasted over 6million Biafrans during the Nigerian genocides against Biafrans, also hundreds of innocent souls were slaughtered before even the uncivil war started. Long before the Rwandan path was paved, religious differences and ethnic intolerance led to a civil war that took our best, took our leaders, took innocent souls and took us backward. The backwardness is still hunting and hurting us till day. And, it's the wounds of the war that was not treated in a round table talk, that is leading to another war.”.

And again sometime in the 90s, Bola Ige wrote a controversial but truthful article titled, “The Road To Kigali.” Which was later developed into a series of essays published in his Nigeria Tribune Newspaper Column, Bola’s Column, and so many other newspapers and magazines around Nigeria. And if you speed read out the controversies as it relates to who is playing the character of the Tutsi and who is playing the Hutu in the case of Nigeria, Bola Ige argued that, left on the same path Nigeria is trading, the people of Nigeria are headed for the same fate that befell Rwanda. And the base of his argument was that a country that is structurally flawed, inherently unjust, where impunity reigns, and law and order means nothing to anyone, like Nigeria, would constantly flirt with doom.

Since inception of Buhari/APC government, we have heard about importation of assorted  ammunitions and military uniforms and seizure by Nigeria immigration, but the story will always end on the pages of newspapers, nobody knows how and where those ammunition are disposed, who imported the ammunition etc. Those that claimed they are representing you will not even ask. Maybe the ammunitions are distributed to Fulani herders to use and secure their cows or they are storing it for what to come, it is either of the two.
Since inception of this government, the judiciary has become an object of caricature, toothless barking dog, jamboree made up elites dancing naked without compassion for the innocent observers, military and paramilitary has become an intimidating and political thuggery agencies, disobedience to rule and autocracy has become an accepted order.

Looking at the situation in Nigeria under Buhari/APC government, Nigeria may be heading for another war that will be more dangerous than that of that of Kigali in Rwanda.
According to Fr. Uche Felix Akam in his article “See Nigeria and weep” he said “When in a nation, people begin to retreat into little spheres where they have trust, in order to protect themselves, one has to concede that governance at every level has failed them. Like I told a friend who was denied US visa in Nigeria last week, "ordinary citizens of great nations are more respected than the most successful people of failed nations." Ultimately, Nigeria has fully degenerated into the Hobbesian state of nature where life is short, nasty, and brutish, a full blown despotic state. See Nigeria and weep” he ended.

The 1994 genocide in Rwanda started when, on April 6, 1994, a plane carrying President Juvenal Habyarimana and Burundian president Cyprien Ntaryamira was shot down as it prepared to land in Kigali. It killed everyone on board. The next day, genocide against Tutsi and moderate Hutu started.
President Habyarimana, a Hutu, had signed a ceasefire agreement called the Arusha Accords. It was aimed at ending the Rwanda Civil War. Hutu extremists who opposed the ceasefire agreement shot down the plane as part of the move to frustrate Habyarimana’s move to share power with the Tutsi dominated Rwandan Patriotic Front. But when the incident happened, Hutu extremists blamed it on the Tutsi. It became an inciting tool in the hands of Hutu leaders who were determined to wipe out Tutsi people in Rwanda.

Jean Kambanda, a banker and an economist, directed the genocide that followed. As the leader of the Mouvement Democratique Populaire, he directed the execution of what they called “the final solution of the Tutsi problem.” The Hutu set up roadblocks and apprehended Tutsi people and massacred them. They distributed machetes and Hutu militias, soldiers and regular folks, hit the streets, killing, maiming and destroying properties belonging to Tutsi. In 100 days, over 70% of Tutsi in Rwanda were killed.
That was not the first time Tutsi had been massacred in Rwanda. It happened in the 50s and 60s. For the Hutu extremists, the Tutsi have dominated the country’s economy and power for generations and must be stopped. To accentuate their narratives, the Hutu tagged the Tutsi as foreigners, oppressors, ‘native colonialists, and even called them cockroaches. In each of the past instances of killing before the 1994 genocide, Hutu government officials have been at the forefront of organizing and supervising the massacre. But more importantly, in their rhetoric before the massacres, they prepared the masses for gruesome acts against the Tutsi.

#EndNigeriaNow
#FreeBiafra

Edited by Her Excellency Oluchi Christy
For: Family Writers Press.
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          Revolution is positive and civil war is negative: "Civil Wars" 3 of 3: by David Armitage      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AUTHOR. (Photo: Mass meeting in New York City April 20, 1861, to support the Union.) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Revolution is positive and civil war is negative: "Civil Wars" 3 of 3: by David Armitage [](https://www.amazon.com/Civil-Wars-David-Armitage/dp/030745617X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533779701&sr=1-1&keywords=david+armitage+civil+wars) [https://www.amazon.com/Civil-Wars-David-Armitage/dp/030745617X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533779701&sr=1-1&keywords=david+armitage+civil+wars](https://www.amazon.com/Civil-Wars-David-Armitage/dp/030745617X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533779701&sr=1-1&keywords=david+armitage+civil+wars) A highly original history, tracing the least understood and most intractable form of organized human aggression from Ancient Rome through the centuries to the present day. We think we know civil war when we see it. Yet ideas of what it is, and what it isn't, have a long and contested history, from its fraught origins in republican Rome to debates in early modern Europe to our present day. Defining the term is acutely political, for ideas about what makes a war "civil" often depend on whether one is a ruler or a rebel, victor or vanquished, sufferer or outsider. Calling a conflict a civil war can shape its outcome by determining whether outside powers choose to get involved or stand aside: from the American Revolution to the war in Iraq, pivotal decisions have depended on such shifts of perspective.  The age of civil war in the West may be over, but elsewhere in the last two decades it has exploded--from the Balkans to Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia, and Sri Lanka, and most recently Syria. And the language of civil war has burgeoned as democratic politics has become more violently fought. This book's unique perspective on the roots and dynamics of civil war, and on its shaping force in our conflict-ridden world, will be essential to the ongoing effort to grapple with this seemingly interminable problem.
          Is a civil war generative? "Civil Wars" 2 of 3: by David Armitage      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AUTHOR. (Photo:The meeting of the Estates General on 5 May 1789 at Versailles ) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Is a civil war generative? "Civil Wars" 2 of 3: by David Armitage https://www.amazon.com/Civil-Wars-David-Armitage/dp/030745617X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533779701&sr=1-1&keywords=david+armitage+civil+wars A highly original history, tracing the least understood and most intractable form of organized human aggression from Ancient Rome through the centuries to the present day. We think we know civil war when we see it. Yet ideas of what it is, and what it isn't, have a long and contested history, from its fraught origins in republican Rome to debates in early modern Europe to our present day. Defining the term is acutely political, for ideas about what makes a war "civil" often depend on whether one is a ruler or a rebel, victor or vanquished, sufferer or outsider. Calling a conflict a civil war can shape its outcome by determining whether outside powers choose to get involved or stand aside: from the American Revolution to the war in Iraq, pivotal decisions have depended on such shifts of perspective.  The age of civil war in the West may be over, but elsewhere in the last two decades it has exploded--from the Balkans to Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia, and Sri Lanka, and most recently Syria. And the language of civil war has burgeoned as democratic politics has become more violently fought. This book's unique perspective on the roots and dynamics of civil war, and on its shaping force in our conflict-ridden world, will be essential to the ongoing effort to grapple with this seemingly interminable problem.
          How do you know you are in a civil war? "Civil Wars"1 of 3: by David Armitage      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AUTHOR. (Photo: ) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow How do you know you are in a civil war? "Civil Wars"1 of 3:  by David Armitage [https://www.amazon.com/Civil-Wars-David-Armitage/dp/030745617X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533779701&sr=1-1&keywords=david+armitage+civil+wars](https://www.amazon.com/Civil-Wars-David-Armitage/dp/030745617X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533779701&sr=1-1&keywords=david+armitage+civil+wars) A highly original history, tracing the least understood and most intractable form of organized human aggression from Ancient Rome through the centuries to the present day. We think we know civil war when we see it. Yet ideas of what it is, and what it isn't, have a long and contested history, from its fraught origins in republican Rome to debates in early modern Europe to our present day. Defining the term is acutely political, for ideas about what makes a war "civil" often depend on whether one is a ruler or a rebel, victor or vanquished, sufferer or outsider. Calling a conflict a civil war can shape its outcome by determining whether outside powers choose to get involved or stand aside: from the American Revolution to the war in Iraq, pivotal decisions have depended on such shifts of perspective.  The age of civil war in the West may be over, but elsewhere in the last two decades it has exploded--from the Balkans to Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia, and Sri Lanka, and most recently Syria. And the language of civil war has burgeoned as democratic politics has become more violently fought. This book's unique perspective on the roots and dynamics of civil war, and on its shaping force in our conflict-ridden world, will be essential to the ongoing effort to grapple with this seemingly interminable problem.
          Michezo ya Majeshi ya Polisi Ukanda wa Afrika Mashariki (EAPCCO) yashika kasi jijini Dar es salaam      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Na Jeshi la Polisi.
Michezo ya Majeshi ya Polisi Ukanda wa Afrika Mashariki (EAPCCO)  imeendelea kupamba moto huku Tanzania ikiwa imepata medali ya dhahabu katika mbio za mita 5000,Fedha moja na Shaba tano katika mchezo wa Karate.
Mwanariadha Fabian Nelson ndiye aliyefungua pazia kwa kuipatia Tanzania medali ya dhahabu baada ya kuwapita wenzake kutoka Kenya ambao walipata medali za fedha na Shaba.

Matumaini makubwa kwa Tanzania yapo katika mchezo wa kulenga shabaha, Judo,  Mpira wa Miguu na Riadha kwa upande wa mbio ndefu ambapo wanariadha wanaoshiriki michezo hiyo wameonyesha kiwango kikubwa.
Nahodha wa timu ya kulenga Shabaha Tanzania Inspekta  Noel seng'ng'e, amesema mchezo huo umekuwa mzuri kwani wameweza kutoa wachezaji wengi wazuri katika kulenga shabaha na wanaimani ya kuibuka na ushindi wa jumla katika mchezo huo.
Kwa Upande wake Kocha wa Timu ya Mpira wa Miguu John Tamba amesema vijana wake wako vizuri na morali ipo juu hasa ukizingatia ushindi walioupata katika mchezo wa awali baada ya kuichapa Polisi Uganda mabao 2 kwa 1.
“Mchezo unaofuata tunacheza na Rwanda hivyo tumefanya mazoezi mepesi ili kuhakikisha kuwa tunaibuka na ushindi utakaotufanya tuendelee kuongoza katika mpira wa miguu na hatimaye kuchukua ubingwa” Alisema Tamba.
Hata hivyo nchi za Rwanda, Kenya  na Uganda nazo zimeonyesha ushindani mkubwa baada ya kunyakua ushindi katika Mchezo wa Karate na mbio fupi huku wakiendelea kuchukua alama katika mpira wa mikono, pete na Karate.
Michezo inayoshindaniwa mwaka huu ni pamoja na soka ,mpira wa mikono, mpira wa wavu, mpira wa pete, Ngumi, Taekwondo, Judo na Riadha ambapo inafanyika katika Uwanja wa Taifa kwa riadha na michezo mingine inafanyika Chuo Kikuu cha Dar es Salaam.
 Soka
 Volleyball
Karate

          Rawanda      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
tiny hayder

That is Isaiah's THE WORLD TODAY JUST NUTS "Tiny Hayder's Plea" from Tuesday night.


Ann Garrison has an important article at BLACK AGENDA RADIO:

I’m not one to pray, but if I were, I’d pray that Rwanda won’t suffer another ethnic bloodbath. I’ve met so many gracious, intelligent, and talented Rwandans of both ethnicities that I hate to imagine it. However, if there is another bloodbath, the blood will all be on US officials’ hands. Rwanda has been a longstanding US ally and military partner ever since it helped Kagame seize power in the war of 1990 to 1994. US officials, including President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, UN Ambassador Samantha Power, and UN Ambassador/National Security Advisor Susan Rice, have all helped Kagame and his cronies perpetuate the myth of ethnic reconciliation when nothing could be further from the truth. The classified diplomatic cable reached the State Department in August 2008. The next year Bill Clinton gave Kagame one of his Global Citizenship Awards and described him as “one of the greatest leaders in the world today.”
All former presidents have security clearance to review classified documents, but Rwanda has been one of Bill Clinton’s personal projects ever since Kagame seized power, and he no doubt knew the score long before 2008.
Kagame is the biggest crook of them all and the desire to turn him into a hero is really disgusting.  I remember being hugely disappointed in Laura Flanders for promoting the lies in the film HOTEL RAWANDA.  It was shocking.




Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"


Wednesday, August 8, 2018.

War, it brings big bucks to corporations.






In other stupidity . . .


People forget that the rate of tragic deaths in Iraq under Saddam was way higher than post war. They also forget that the biggest participation free elections ever in the country took place in 2007.
 
 



People forget?

People forget about national elections in Iraq in 2007?

Maybe because they didn't take place.  Parliamentary elections were at the end of 2005.  Provincial (or governorate) elections took place in January 2005.  Is he talking about either of those?  Iraq didn't have elections in 2007.

Guess he forgot that.

He also seems to have forgotten that Saddam Hussein has been labeled a War Criminal and that the Americans, the British, the Australians, et al, didn't go in promising 'we'll make it a little better,' they went in promising freedom.

He seems to forget a great deal -- and to remember even less.

On elections, let's go first to the KRG where parliamentary elections are supposed to take place in September.  This has been the plan.  But the US government isn't pleased so they once again insert Brett McGurk into the process.  He's been promising and more to try to stop these elections.

Remember in the spring of 2012?  Nouri al-Maliki refused to honor his promises in The Erbil Agreement (the 2010 agreement that the US negotiated to give Nouri a second term after the Iraqi voters said no).  He refused to form a power-sharing government (among other things).  As a result, the politicians spoke out.  Then they began a Constitutional effort to oust him.  This was Kurd Massoud Barzani, Shi'ite Ayad Allawi, Sunni Osama al-Nujaifi . . ..  It even included Shi'ite cleric and movement leader Moqtada al-Sadr.

Moqtada repeatedly said that they would drop the effort if Nouri would implement his side of the contract (The Erbil Agreement).  Nouri refused.  So they went forward.  The Constitution required that after the appropriate number of signatures were collected, the petition was turned over to the President of Iraq who had the purely ceremonial act of introducing it into Parliament.  The president was Jalal Talabani.  Under pressure from the US and offered bribes, Jalal refused to introduce the petition.  He then announced he needed emergency surgery and had to leave immediately for Germany.  (He had elective knee surgery.  Karma would bite him in his fat ass as the year closed out and he actually had a stroke and had to be taken to Germany.)

Where there's a dollar tossed, there's a Talabani.

Brett McGurk may not know much but he knows his way around a whore or two.

Which is how he got the Qubad Talabani to insist that the vote must be postponed.

Baxtiyar Goran (KURDISTAN 24) reports:


Qubad Talabani has no right to speak on behalf of all the political parties in the Kurdistan Region regarding the date of the upcoming parliamentary elections, a spokesperson for the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) said on Monday.
KDP spokesperson Mahmood Mohammed said in a statement that the party is against postponing the parliamentary elections, scheduled for Sep. 30, and that Talabani should not speak on behalf of other political parties.
Talabani, a senior member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), said all political parties are for postponing the elections.
Speaking at the opening of Sulaimani Airport’s new terminal on Monday, he claimed nobody had the courage to discuss postponing the elections publicly.
Talabani was assigned as head of the PUK electoral list for the upcoming parliamentary elections after the removal of Arsalan Baiz.
“[Talabani] should not have spoken on behalf of all the parties because every party has its own position that it is going to convey through its own institutions,” the KDP spokesperson said in the statement.


Maybe the PUK wouldn't do so poorly in the elections if one of the Talabanis had a spine?

As it is, they've destroyed the party.

And they lied to the entire country.

In 2012,  Iraqi President Jalal Talabani suffered a stroke.   The incident took place late on December 17, 2012 (see the December 18th snapshot) and resulted in Jalal being admitted to Baghdad's Medical Center Hospital.    Thursday, December 20, 2012, he was moved to Germany.  He remained there for a year and a half.  He was incapacitated.  But the Talabani family lied to everyone so that, as the Iraqi Constitution requires, Jalal wouldn't be removed from office.

They lied to the country.  They deceived the Iraqi people.  They propped him up and posed him for pictures -- leading Arabic media to mock it as WEEKEND AT BERNIE'S -- but they couldn't offer video because he couldn't speak.

He never spoke in public again.  Not even when he returned to Iraq 18 months after his stroke.

And yet a Talabani thinks they have a place to speak for the government today?

Iraq needed a president.  Yes, it's a ceremonial post.  But Iraq was in a very difficult position and it needed a president.  It's president was in a German sick bed and unable to speak or move.  Had the Iraqi people known that, they would have followed the Constitution and stripped him of his post.

This huge lie will not vanish.

Nor will the fact that Qubad is married to an American woman who, up until the marriage, worked for the US State Dept (far more controversial in Iraq is the fact that Sherri Kraham is Jewish).  Qubad already had the mark against him that he grew up in Europe, not the KRG, then he goes off and marries a foreigner and he's seen as even less representative of the Kurds.

Naturally, that's the one Brett would go after.


Will the KRG postpone their elections?  Hopefully not.  And the US government has done nothing for them.  It even attacked them for the non-binding referendum they held last September.



Hayder al-Abadi was a wee little man 
And a wee little man was he
He climbed up on the empire's coat tails
Cause his soul he wanted to sell 



Isaiah's THE WORLD TODAY JUST NUTS "Tiny Hayder's Plea" went up last night.

US puppet Hayder is in trouble -- as Tamer El-Ghobashy and Mustafa Salim's (WASHINGTON POST) reporting has made clear.

Then-US President Barack Obama installed him as prime minister in 2014.  He came into office with a lot of promises -- including that he'd end corruption.  Four years later, he's got nothing to show for it.

He announced last December that he'd defeated ISIS but ISIS has refused to play along with that claim.




May 12th, Iraq held national elections.  Ahead of the elections, there had been big hopes -- these hopes included a large turnout.   Ali Jawad (ANADOLU AGENCY) noted, "A total of 24 million Iraqis are eligible to cast their ballots to elect members of parliament, who will in turn elect the Iraqi president and prime minister."  RUDAW added, "Around 7,000 candidates have registered to stand in the May 12 poll, with 329 parliamentary seats up for grabs."  AFP explained that the nearly 7,000 candidates includes 2014 women.  THE SIASAT DAILY added, of the nearly 7,000 candidates, "According to the electoral commission, only 20 percent of the candidates are newcomers." Ali Abdul-Hassan and Sinan Salaheddin (AP) reported, "Iraqi women account for 57 percent of Iraq’s population of over 37 million, according to the U.N. Development Program, and despite government efforts to address gender inequality, the situation for Iraqi women has declined steadily since 2003.  According to the UNDP, one in every 10 Iraqi households is headed by a widow. In recent years, Iraqi women suffered further economic, social and political marginalization due to decades of wars, conflict, violence and sanctions." 


The other big hope?  For the US government, the biggest hope was that Hayder al-Abadi's bloc would come in first so that he would have a second term as prime minister.  It was not to be.  Mustapha Karkouti (GULF NEWS) identifies the key issues as follows, "Like in previous elections, the main concerns of ordinary Iraqis continue to be the lack of security and the rampant corruption."

As we noted the day of the election:

Corruption is a key issue and it was not a topic explored by candidates outside of Moqtada al-Sadr's coalition.  Empty lip service was offered.  Hayder al-Abadi, current prime minister, had been offering empty lip service for four years.  He did nothing.  Iraqis were supposed to think that, for example, Hayder's focus on ISIS in Mosul mattered.  All life was supposed to stop because of Mosul?  All expectations were to be ignored because of Mosul?

Arabic social media today and yesterday was full of comments about the lack of improvement in services.  It noted how the elections had not mattered before and, yes, how in 2010 the US government overturned the elections because they didn't like the outcome. 



So it was probably only surprising to the US government and their press hacks that Hayder wouldn't come in first.  But that was after the votes were counted.  On the day of the election, the big news was how so few were turning out to vote.  NPR reported, "With more than 90 percent of the votes in, Iraq's election commission announced voter turnout of 44.5 percent. The figure is down sharply from 60 percent of eligible voters who cast their ballots in the last elections in 2014." AP pointed out the obvious, "No election since 2003 saw turnout below 60 percent."  AFP broke it down even more clearly "More than half of the nearly 24.5 million voters did not show up at the ballot box in the parliamentary election, the highest abstention rate since the first multiparty elections in 2005 [. . .]."

Repeatedly in the months ahead of the election, the western press assured us Hayder would win re-election, he would lead, he was a shoe-in, he was . . .

A loser.

He didn't come in first.  He didn't come in second.  He came in third.

The sitting prime minister came in third.

That's a huge rejection.

And protests have been taking place since the start of last month because Iraqis are tired of the corruption, tired of the lack of jobs, tired of not having electricity or potable water.

Hayder's tried some for-show measures to end the protests.  They've not been successful.  He's tried using the military to intimidate and attack the protesters (and at least 14 protesters have been killed).

Hayder is a failure.

The US government wants their puppet to stay in place.  The Iraqi people do not want that.

In 2010, the US government went around the Iraqi people to give Nouri al-Maliki a second term.  Will they do that this year with Hayder?  It's really important to grasp that it is Nouri's second term that allowed the Islamic State to take hold in Iraq.

In other violence, Belkis Wille (Human Rights Watch) notes:


The horrific case of an Iraqi woman apparently murdered at home should prompt Iraq’s new parliament, once formed, to finally pass a draft domestic violence law which has been pending since 2015.
According to Iraqi media and BBC Arabic, one day last week a bridegroom returned his bride to her parents the day after their wedding, complaining that she was not a virgin. Media reports claim that upon hearing the accusation, a family member beat her to death. Media reports say that police have arrested a male relative.
While the man will likely now face trial for murder, it is possible that he may benefit from a reduced sentence under a provision in Iraq’s penal code allowing for shorter sentences for violent acts – including murder – for so-called “honorable motives.” But there is no “honor” in such brutal and needless killing. Moreover, the murdered bride would be just one of hundreds of women and children who suffer violence at the hands of their families in Iraq each year.
If passed, Iraq’s new domestic violence law would oblige the government to protect domestic violence survivors, including with restraining orders and penalties for breaching them, and the creation of a cross-ministerial committee to combat domestic violence. It would also require the government to provide shelters so women at risk of violence have a safe place to go if they are forced to flee their home.
The draft law is not perfect. It contains several flaws, including a preference for families to address violence through “reconciliation committees” rather than prosecution, and could be improved. Iraqi authorities should also set clear penalties for the crime of domestic violence, and close the loophole that lets abusers receive reduced punishments for so-called “honor” crimes, both not addressed in the draft law.

If improved, this draft law is the best chance Iraq’s new parliament has to tackle the scourge of violence in the home, fulfill its international legal obligations on domestic violence, and save the lives of countless Iraqi women and children.



Lastly, in the US, Peter Van Buren has been banned from Twitter for the crime of free speech.



Peter Van Buren: Twitter Suspends Me Forever
 
 
Scott Horton, Peter Van Buren, and Dan McAdams have been suspended from Twitter. If you go to their accounts, you will see their old tweets, but they are prohibited from making new tweets. They were reported by for criticizing his posts. Please complain to Twitter.
 
 
Dear please immediately restore the account of Peter Van Buren . He hasn't done anything wrong and hasn't broken any of Twitter's rules or Terms of Service.
 
 

The following community sites -- plus Jody Watley, BLACK AGENDA REPORT and PACIFICA EVENING NEWS -- updated:





  •           8/9/2018: BINNENLAND: Moordenaar 10 Belgische para’s wil nu in ons land schuilen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    In militaire kringen is ophef ontstaan door de vrijlating van de verantwoordelijke van de moord op tien Belgische blauwhelmen in 1994 in Rwanda. Bovendien zou de Rwandese ex-majoor een asielaanvraag hebben ingediend om in ons land te blijven, al wordt...
              Rwanda Restricts Fasting as 8,000 Churches Closed      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    New law requires pastors to obtain theology degrees and forbids urging lengthy fasts.

    About 8,000 official and unofficial churches, as well as 100 mosques, have been closed in Rwanda for failing to comply with health, safety, and noise regulations. This includes 4 in 10 congregations belonging to a nationwide association of 3,300 Pentecostal churches.

    And authorities indicate such shutting down of houses of worship in the East African nation will continue until congregations meet the strict requirements of a new law adopted by Rwanda’s parliament on July 27.

    The latest requirement: Pastors must now have a degree in theological education from an accredited school. The law also prohibits church leaders from urging their followers to fast for lengthy periods—like Jesus’ 40 days in the wilderness—in order to better secure God’s blessing; authorities claim this is a form of starvation.

    Many churchgoers look at the new law as a form of harassment and restriction on freedom of worship. But many also fear to speak out, saying it’s a directive from the government and Christians should not oppose authorities.

    The law also requires churches and “prayer houses”—unofficial places where Christians gather to pray and worship—to explain their sources of funding, while donations received must be kept on a known bank account.

    Lawmakers even debated imposing limits on how much churchgoers could tithe to their church, given the numerous complaints about pastors who collect money from impoverished worshipers while living luxurious lives. The Council of Protestant Churches in Rwanda even “declared war” on such “bad pastors” last year.

    Robert Kayitare, a businessman who attends St. Peter’s Anglican church in Kigali’s Remera neighborhood, believes ...

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              8/9/2018: BINNENLAND: Moordenaar 10 Belgische para’s wil nu in ons land schuilen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    In militaire kringen is ophef ontstaan door de vrijlating van de verantwoordelijke van de moord op tien Belgische blauwhelmen in 1994 in Rwanda. Bovendien zou de Rwandese ex-majoor een asielaanvraag hebben ingediend om in ons land te blijven, al wordt...
              Rwanda:Bakuru on His Passion for Collecting Old and Classic Cars      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    [New Times] His garage also harbours a 1988 Chevrolet Caprice that belonged to a former US ambassador to Rwanda before the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
              Dylan (20) mag als ambassadeur van Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen naar Rwanda      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Dylan Rodriguez Milis, een Vilvoordse student Agro- en Biotechnologie, is de eindwinnaar van een wedstrijd van Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen. Hij wordt zo ambassadeur van de niet-gouvernementele organisatie en kan tien dagen op leerreis naar het Afrikaanse Rwanda.


              WAWILI HATIHATI KUTEMWA KIKOSINI SIMBA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Na George Mganga

    Wakati tamasha la Simba Day likifana jana kwa maelfu ya mashabiki wa klabu hiyo kujitokeza kwa wingi ndani ya dimba la taifa, Dar es Salaam, kuna walakini wa wachezaji wawili kuendelea kuwepo msimu ujao.

    Katika tamasha hilo ambalo kufanyika kila mwaka ifikiapo Agosti 8, wachezaji wawili wa timu hiyo, Mrwanda Haruna Niyonzima na Mganda Juuko Murushid hawakutajwa katika orodha ya wachezaji wa msimu ujao.

    Wachezaji hao walikosekana katika orodha kutokana na kutokuwepo kwao huku kukizua maswali kama wanaweza wakawepo kuelekea msimu ujao wa Ligi Kuu Bara unaotaraji kuanza Agosti 22.

    Ikumbukwe Simba ilitoa likizo kwa wachezaji wake wa kikosi cha kwanza baada ya msimu uliopita kumalizika huku Niyonzima naye alipewa baada ya SportPesa Super Cup kumalizika lakini akashindwa kurejea kwa wakati mwafaka.

    Kuchelewa kurejea kwa Niyonzima kumewaacha wanachama na mashabiki mpaka viongozi wa Simba huku kukiwa na hatihati ya uwepo wake ndani ya kikosi cha msimu ujao baada ya kukosekana Simba Day jana.

    Hata hivyo Niyonzima bado amesalia na mkataba wa mwaka mmoja ndani ya mabingwa hao wa Ligi Kuu Bara ambapo baada ya kujiunga nao alisaini miaka miwili.

    Aidha, kuhusiana na Murushid awali uongozi ulieleza kuwa amekwenda Afrika Kusini kukamilisha mipango ya kujiunga na SuperSport United FC lakini baadaye kukaja tena taarifa kuwa ameshindwa kufikia mwafaka na klabu hiyo na ikaripotiwa amesharejea nchini.

    Baada ya kuripotiwa kuwa Murushid amesharejea Dar es Salaam, jana katika tamasha la Simba Day naye hakutangazwa na kupelekea kuibua mjadala kama atakuwepo katika kikosi cha msimu ujao.

    Katika tamasha hil kubwa, Simba ilicheza na Asante Kotoko kutoka Ghana na kwenda sare ya 1-1 huku bao la Simba likiwekwa kimiani na Emmanuel Okwi.
              Rwanda:More Women, Political Parties Get Green Light to Contest for Parliamentary Seats      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    [New Times] Two political parties will for the first time front candidates in the forthcoming September Parliamentary elections, the National Electoral Commission (NEC) announced yesterday.
              Tour du Rwanda - Et. 4 : Classements      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Timothy Rugg (Team Embrace The World Cycling) s'est imposé en solitaire, ce mercredi, lors de la quatrième étape du Tour du Rwanda (2.2), disputée sur 135,8 kilomètres...
              Moordenaar van 10 Belgische para’s wil in ons land schuilen: “Ergste soort”       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    In militaire kringen is ophef ontstaan door de vrijlating van de verantwoordelijke van de moord op tien Belgische blauwhelmen in 1994 in Rwanda. Bovendien zou de Rwandese ex-majoor een asielaanvraag hebben ingediend om in ons land te blijven, al wordt dat door geen enkele instantie bevestigd. Zeker is dat de Rwandees op dit moment in een gesloten asielcentrum verblijft.


              Rwanda:How Foreign Conmen Robbed Local Businesses Over Rwf300 Million      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    [New Times] One of the first victims was the owner of the new fancy office complex in Kimihurura. The next was a furniture company that supplied office equipment.
              Visas obtainable at border      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Hi there,

    My fiancee and I (we are Australian and Swedish) are going on a 2 month tour through eastern and southern Africa. We will be visiting the following countries:

    Kenya (2 times, via flight from copenhagen and then back from Uganda)
    Uganda (2 times, from Kenya and then back from Rwanda)
    Rwanda
    Tanzania
    Malawi
    Zambia
    Botswana
    Namibia
    South Africa

    We have heard that you don't need to get visas for all of them before hand (apart from Rwanda for my Fiancee), and we would very much like some advice on which need visas before entry:

    Kenya - We both need multiple entry as we enter country twice? Can we get at border?
    Uganda - Same as Kenya, can we get at border?
    Rwanda - I do not require Visa but my partner has to get it beforehand?
    Tanzania - We both need Visas, can we get at border?
    Malawi - We both do not need visas
    Zambia - We both need visas, can we get at border?
    Botswana - We both do not need visas
    Namibia - We both do not need visas
    South Africa - We both do not need visas.

    I would be very glad to receive any enlightenment on this!

    Thank you
    Bjorn
              "Ce meurtrier ne mérite en aucun cas une seconde chance"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    L'ex-major rwandais Bernard Ntuyahaga, condamné en 2007 par la cour d'assises de Bruxelles à vingt ans de prison pour sa participation à la mort
              Why Is CNN Mainstreaming A Right-Wing Radio Host Who Promotes Violent, Extremist Rhetoric?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    John Fredericks has appeared on CNN many times. His radio show often features loose talk about right-wing violence.

    Why has CNN, which this week publicized death threats made against two of its journalists, continued to provide a platform for a right-wing talk radio host who promotes a man who has suggested it may nearly be time for Trump supporters to kill reporters and other prominent Americans?

    There was a certain quiet drama when talk radio host John Fredericks appeared on a recent panelhosted by CNN and HLN anchor Carol Costello. The drama was what went unstated – something at least as important as the tabloid-style discussion of the Trump family’s differences of opinion over whether the press is the “enemy of the people.” What went undiscussed was that Fredericks has repeatedly used his radio show to promote an ex-CIA agent who says, as Salon reported on July 31, that it is nearly time for armed Trump voters to kill numerous public figures -- including reporters such as CNN’s own Jake Tapper and Jim Acosta.

    Costello did not ask Fredericks -- a CNN regular since 2016, whom CNN has featured 53 times in the past year, including 30 interviews on its sister network HLN -- why his show amplifies the voice and promotes the blog of ex-CIA official Michael Scheuer, of McLean, Virginia, who for years has listed the names and occupations of people he says armed factions should prepare to kill with guns or ropes. Scheuer had offered a notional deadline of Aug. 1 before Trump supporters were to take matters into their own hands.

    She also did not ask Fredericks -- who describes himself as “the Trump campaign’s Virginia chairman” and serves on Trump’s 2020 presidential advisory board -- about his recent interviewwith Scheuer, in which the latter characterized several prominent public officials as “maggots” and undocumented immigrants as “vermin.”

    Such dehumanizing language is, according to David Neiwert, author of “Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump” and the Pacific Northwest correspondent for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a forerunner to justifications for murder, as seen in the rhetoric of 19th-century minister and self-proclaimed Indian-hater Col. John Chivington, which preceded a massacre; Bill O’Reilly’s demonization of Dr. George Tiller on Fox News, before the abortion provider’s assassination; and the “hate radio” talk that inspired genocide in Rwanda.

    “Violent eliminationist rhetoric like this has a long and deep history in America,” Neiwert told Salon, “from Col. Chivington declaring ‘Nits make lice’ at Sand Creek to Bill O’Reilly labeling Dr. George Tiller ‘the Baby Killer.’ It creates permission for less stable, more violent actors to murder their targets in cold blood. We saw rhetoric like this inspire the massacre of thousands of people in Rwanda, and its purpose here is to do the same for our country and its citizens. It’s not just vile, it’s profoundly dangerous and profoundly un-American.”

    Many CNN journalists, including Costello, Tapper and Acosta, have reported on President Trump’s claims that the media are “the enemy of the people.” They and others have sought to hold White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (who has appeared on Fredericks’ show, and who has recently elevated and validated him at a White House press briefingaccountable for her silence, which some observers might view as complicity.

    Recently, CNN’s Don Lemon held Fredericks accountable on-air for defending Trump’s characterization of nations in the developing world as “shithole countries” by cutting his mic. That CNN has continued to give Fredericks a platform is surprising. CNN could have and should have known about Fredericks’ and Scheuer’s promotion of eliminationist rhetoric –– and disclosed to viewers this fact and its significance –– lest anyone come to misinterpret CNN’s silence as complicity.

    When Salon asked CNN spokesman Richard Hudock why the network continues to provide Fredericks a platform, despite his promotion of the views of an ex-CIA agent who has said it is almost time for armed Trump voters to murder journalists and other prominent Americans, including CNN's own Tapper and Acosta, he had no comment.

    “Kill them. Kill them all!”

    Scheuer is a frequent guest and occasional host of John Fredericks Radio, which routinely directs its listeners to his blog, where he wrote on July 14 that it was “quite near time” for “well-armed citizens who voted for Trump” to “kill those seeking to impose tyranny,” of whom there was a “long and very precise list” of journalists, activists, pundits, abortion providers, Republican and Democratic elected officials, federal judges, law professors, FBI agents, intelligence officials and Justice Department officials, along with “all who support them.”

    “If Trump does not act soon to erase the above noted tyranny and tyrants,” he concluded, “the armed citizenry must step in and eliminate them.”

    As recently as July 17, Scheuer, writing on his blog, cast as “traitors” a number of public officials – as well as journalists Tapper, Acosta, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and reporters for the Washington Post and New York Times. He said that these members of the media, along with members of Congress, federal bureaucrats, and “prominent Jewish-Americans” who participate in, oversee or report on the “Russia-hacking” investigation are “more than worthy of merciless annihilation.”

    The same day, Scheuer appeared on John Fredericks Radio, on which he commended the example of Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom he said killed indiscriminately in Syria – as if suggesting that were a good thing. Fredericks said this reminded him of Confederate Gen. Stonewall Jackson, who once said, “Kill them. Kill them all!”

    “Kill them all,” Scheuer repeated. “And whoever supports them. Kill them, too.”

    Fredericks echoed, “Kill them, too.”

    John Fredericks’ signal-boosting of Scheuer’s eliminationist rhetoric escalated on the same day that Salon published its report, “Trump-endorsed radio show has promoted ex-CIA agent’s call for right-wing rebellion.”

    Scheuer told Fredericks’ listeners that, while GoDaddy had taken down his website (archived here) after his inflammatory July 17 blog post, he planned to launch a new blog at the domain non-intervention2.com, which he said is “now registered” with JustHost, one of dozens of hosting companies owned by Endurance International Group (@EnduranceIntl) of Burlington, Massachusetts. The site at that domain, registered anonymously with JustHost on July 21, went live on Aug. 7.

    Fredericks repeated the domain name for the benefit of listeners. He said that Scheuer’s website had offered “insight and analysis that no one else has, and I value that.”

    “We look forward to your getting your website back up, so your blogs can get going,” said Fredericks. “You should be able to post whatever you please.” However, the Freedom Forum Institute – the education and outreach partner of the Freedom Forum and the Newseum – has pointed out that the First Amendment does not protect some types of speech, such as plagiarism, false advertising, defamation, child pornography, blackmail, solicitation to commit crimes, incitement to imminent lawless action or true threats.

    Scheuer told Fredericks that he was attempting to transfer all his previous blog posts to the new domain. These collectively represent years of his vision of “a collective, armed, and wide-ranging American rebellion” to eradicate “tyranny,” along with lists of people whom he casts as “tyrants,” “traitors,” “miscreants,” “maggots” and “expendables,” and whom he says Trump voters should prepare to shoot or hang, and soon. For example, in a July 2 blog post, Scheuer advised giving Trump time to act, and holding off the “reckoning” until at least Aug. 1. He wrote, “If this period passes, Americans are in the happy position of already being well-armed and in possession of an initial, partial list of miscreants who are in desperate need of attrition.”

    Scheuer’s inaugural blog post

    This is why CNN’s platforming of Fredericks matters. Fredericks amplifies Scheuer’s voice and promotes his website; this call to armed rebellion is what readers will find when they go there. Scheuer filed his inaugural blog post on his new site on Aug. 7. He protested that GoDaddy had taken down his previous site due to his argument “that if Trump cannot/will not enforce the law and arrest, try, incarcerate, and, if the law allows, execute those who believe and act as if they are above it, American citizens will have to do their duty by using their weapons to snuff out the authors of tyranny” along with “those who support them.”

    “I stand not as an inciter,” Scheuer claimed, despite his advocacy of armed rebellion, “but rather as the incited and as a responder to the clear threats of civil war” which, he said, come from Democrats, the media, academics, the financial and tech industries, antifa and Black Lives Matter activists, teachers’ unions, “the minority groups,” feminists, immigrants, members of the LGBTQ community and advocates of the value of diversity. “Those are the sources that are solely responsible for the civil war that is nearing,” he wrote. “That they are ignorant, or feign ignorance, of that fact will add to their surprise if the time for Rob Reiner’s war comes and so many of them find themselves reaping the armed whirlwind they and ol’ Rob have sown.”

    He also embraced Russian President Vladimir Putin as a champion for white people, adding that “it seemed ridiculous to worry about Russian meddling in U.S. elections.” Scheuer mused, “I have nattered on here longer than I intended.” He then excoriated the “tech giants” for removing content from “Alec Jones” [sic]. “In banning Jones,” he warned, “those on the left again have proven that they are the ones who are seeking to provoke a civil war. ... My own hunch is that if their provocations work, they will enjoy the reality of war with considerably less gusto than they did while so loudly calling for and provoking it.”

    “The truth shall make you free”

    Scheuer made clear to John Fredericks Radio listeners, in his July 31 interview, that he had no intention of tempering his violent visions or inflammatory rhetoric. Indeed, in defense of his recent blog posts, he said that the Declaration of Independence provides the American people “a duty to kill those who are trying to impose tyranny.” He said that “if you have a tyranny being imposed on you, it is your right, it’s your duty, to resist it.” When he added, “And that means using the Second Amendment,” Fredericks appeared to ratify this idea of gun violence, saying, “The truth, Dr. Scheuer, will set you free. No doubt.”

    While any Christian listeners might have recognized “The truth shall make you free” as a quote from the Gospel of John, others who might have caught the broadcast, such as Scheuer’s wife, CIA senior official Alfreda Frances Bikowsky, would know it as the agency’s motto.

    “The vermin we see running around”

    Scheuer went on to characterize Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., vice chair of the Select Committee on Intelligence, Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller, prosecutor Andrew Weissmann of Mueller’s team, and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper as “maggots” who, he says, “have to be eradicated.”

    “Weissmann, Mueller, Warner, these are not men, John,” he said. “These are maggots. And our system is loaded with these maggots. Whether it’s Clapper, or any of the rest of them that we’ve talked about this morning. And the system has to be cleaned. They have to be eradicated out of the system.”

    Fredericks introduced the topic of what to do about illegal immigration on the Mexican border, and how to respond to people who call for the abolition of ICE.

    “I think the vermin we see running around – ” Scheuer began, “without ICE, it would be up to the American people to stop immigration. And there’s only one way to do that, John. And that’s with weaponry. These people are playing with civil war, with fire, with horrible results.” He went on to suggest that without ICE, the situation would require “an armed citizenry” to take vigilante action.

    In a series of essays, Neiwert has described eliminationist rhetoric as a shunning of “dialogue and the democratic exchange of ideas” by advocating the “outright elimination of the opposing side,” often exemplified by descriptions of the “enemy” as “vermin.”

    Such rhetoric “always depicts its opposition as simply beyond the pale,” Neiwert has written, “and in the end the embodiment of evil itself – unfit for participation in their vision of society, and thus in need of elimination.”

    “It often depicts its designated ‘enemy’ as vermin (especially rats and cockroaches) or diseases, and loves to incessantly suggest that its targets are themselves disease carriers,” Neiwert continued. “A close corollary – but not as nakedly eliminationist – are claims that the opponents are traitors or criminals, or gross liabilities for our national security, and thus inherently fit for elimination or at least incarceration.”

    Such depictions are “often voiced as crude ‘jokes’,” Neiwert noted, “the humor of which, when analyzed, is inevitably predicated on a venomous hatred. But what we also know about this rhetoric is that, as surely as night follows day, this kind of talk eventually begets action, with inevitably tragic results.”

    CNN commentator Ana Navarro has responded forcefully to this kind of dehumanizing talk. On CNN’s “New Day,” Navarro has accused President Trump of “dehumanizing people” by referring to “animals” during a discussion on immigration. “It’s what the Nazis did,” she said. “It’s what slave owners did. It’s not what Americans do.” She advised Trump to “measure his words.”

    This week, Apple, Google and Facebook announced that they had removed content from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars show, which Facebook said violated its policy against “dehumanizing language.” Whether one agrees with their actions or not, they were within their First Amendment rights to do so. As Freedom Forum Institute president Gene Policinski has stated, “the amendment is designed to restrain the government, not private companies.” It remains to be seen whether these corporations will respond in a similar fashion to John Fredericks Radio, which has its own Facebook page, and is available on YouTube and as an iTunes podcast.

    Fredericks, however, neither questioned nor challenged Scheuer’s visions of civil war and vigilantes shooting immigrants like “vermin,” and eradicating public servants he dehumanizes as “maggots.” Instead, Fredericks thanked him for his “intriguing insight” and wished him well on the relaunch of his website.

    Two days later, Carol Costello hosted Fredericks on HLN to discuss characterizations of journalists as enemies of the people. No doubt everyone at CNN understands the seriousness of such violent rhetoric and the urgency of holding Trump’s administration and his campaign accountable for their silence, which might fairly be seen as complicity.

    When CNN journalists have received threats, the network has taken them seriously. CNN media critic Brian Stelter recently aired a C-SPAN clip of a caller threatening to shoot him and Lemon. Stelter said such calls and emails are “coming in more often.” But the fact remains that CNN has continued to provide a platform for Fredericks while turning a blind eye towards his involvement with Scheuer, who has called for the “merciless annihilation” of numerous people, including reporters for CNN and its competitors. CNN’s confusion about how best to respond to the notion that they are the enemy of the people recalls the ironic phrase often associated with Walt Kelly’s cartoon possum Pogo: “We have met the enemy, and he is us.”


              L'ex-major Ntuyahaga demande l'asile à la Belgique après avoir purgé une peine de 20 ans      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    L'ex-major rwandais Bernard Ntuyahaga, condamné en 2007 par la cour d'assises de Bruxelles à vingt ans de prison pour sa participation à la mort des dix Casques bleus belges assassinés le 7 avril 1994 à Kigali, a purgé sa peine et a demandé après sa ...
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              Combien d'années faudra-t-il pour sauver Madagascar ?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Tous azimuts, non-alignés, financements parallèles, IPPTE... Les mots à la mode se suivent et disparaissent sans demander leur reste. L'expression tendance du moment dont les politiciens s'arrachent et mettent à toutes les sauces est émergence. Qu'en est-il exactement pour Madagascar ?

    Saison des élections, saison des promesses. Qui sera le meilleur dans cet exercice ? Nous étions témoin oculaire et auditif d'une déclaration sur la place du 13 mai en 2002 par un  candidat qui se battait pour ne pas faire un 2ème tour : "je me donne deux ans pour faire de Madagascar le dragon de l'océan Indien !". Andry Rajoelina, lui, affirme pouvoir rattraper le retard de Madagascar en cinq ans.  C'est un peu plus long pour Dama, dix ans. Enfin, Hery Rajaonarimampianina parle de 2030.

    Tous voient en Madagascar un pays émergent. Selon la huitième édition de la note de conjoncture économique de Madagascar par la  Banque Mondiale, Madagascar enregistre une croissance économique à la hausse depuis cinq ans. Passant de 2,3 % en 2013 à environ 4,2 % en 2017, la croissance du PIB a constamment augmenté depuis 2013 et devrait s’établir à 5 % en 2018. L’incidence de pauvreté, basée sur un seuil de 1,90 dollar par jour et par parité de pouvoir d’achat, devrait baisser de 75 % en 2018 à 73 % en 2020.

    Mais concrètement,  en matière d'émergence, Madagascar est encore classé parmi les pays "potentiels" au même titre que les Comores, l'Ethiopie et la Mozambique, selon l’Observatoire pour l’émergence en Afrique (Obema), un think tank d’experts africains.

    Madagascar, émergence, présidentielle 2018, Ravalomanana, Rajoelina, Dama Mahaleo, Rajaonarimampianina

    Mais alors, combien d'années faudra-t-il pour sauver Madagascar ? L'International Country Risk Guide du PRS Group s'est penché sur la question. Et c'est plutôt compliqué.

    Madagascar, émergence, présidentielle 2018, Ravalomanana, Rajoelina, Dama Mahaleo, Rajaonarimampianina

    On n'est prêt de sortir de l'auberge.

    Vivriez-vous encore assez longtemps pour en être témoins ?

    madagascar,émergence,présidentielle 2018,ravalomanana,rajoelina,dama mahaleo,rajaonarimampianina

     

    En moyenne, un Malgache vit plus longtemps (65,5 ans) qu'un Rwandais (64,5), un Kenyan (62,1) ou même un Sud-Africain (57,4). C'est du moins selon le World Economic Forum. Alors, patience...

    Randy

    Madagascar,émergence,présidentielle 2018,ravalomanana,rajoelina,dama mahaleo,rajaonarimampianina

    Qui occupera le trône en 2019 ?


              Thursday's papers: School starts, budget reveal, spying on refugees, and mug pandemonium      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    The Joensuu-based newspaper Karjalainen starts out Thursday's paper review with a reminder that most schools in Finland are starting their next academic year today, August 9. Children will be returning to their desks in Finnish-speaking schools in Helsinki and Vantaa and all schools in Espoo, Tampere, Oulu, Jyväskylä, Lappeenranta, Seinäjoki, Kajaani and Joensuu, for example. Several campaigns are underway to make motorists more mindful of the children, many of whom walk or bike to school.

    Ministry unveils budget proposal

    The Oulu-based Kaleva paper that says that the Finance Ministry will release its budget proposal for the coming year this morning at 10 am.

    Finance Minister Petteri Orpo held a press conference yesterday where he revealed a bit of the content. The paper says there were no big surprises. Despite recent robust growth in the economy, the 2019 budget proposal still contains a 1.7-billion-euro deficit, pushing Finland's public debt to 109 billion euros. Even so, Orpo is confident that the ratio of public debt to GDP will fall to under 60 percent soon.

    As far as taxes go, the minister says earnings-related income tax breaks are in the cards, along with increases in tobacco and certain energy taxes. He only mentioned two areas in which funding will be increased: Border Guard at the airport will get a boost to deal with the influx of external border traffic, and the influenza vaccine programme will be developed and expanded to include more children.

    Tourists may not be what they seem

    Major newspaper Helsingin Sanomat features a story on a new phenomenon in Finland: Spies who track the activities of Finland's refugees.

    In what the paper calls a historic ruling in terms of Finland's association with the case, a Tibetan man was convicted in June in Stockholm for gathering information on Tibetan people living in the Nordic countries for the Chinese authorities. The prosecutor said the man visited Finland many times between 2013 and 2015, but the specifics of his activities here have been kept confidential.

    Sweden has earlier tried similar cases involving spying on Chinese, Iranian and Rwandan refugees. Germany convicted a Chinese man for undercover work in which he recorded the addresses, family ties and activities of Uyghur refugees there in 2011. The Uyghur are an Asian ethnic minority of Turkish descent.

    Spying on refugees is not a crime in Finland, but the Finnish Security Intelligence Service (Supo) and several other civil groups are pushing for such legislation to be passed. In 1995, Supo deported a diplomat accused of spying on refugees.

    "We receive word about cases like this regularly in Finland, too. Unfortunately, it looks like it is something that is here to stay," Supo's director Antti Pelttari tells HS.

    HS approached members of the Finnish Falun Gong and Uyghur communities, both of which are widely persecuted in China, to ask if they have ever felt that someone is keeping track of their movements in Finland. No one had any conclusive evidence to prove that they were being spied on, but many had suspicions and fears.

    For example, Finland's Uyghur community held a demonstration in Helsinki's Senate Square on July 7. About 50 protesters turned out to call attention to Uyghur oppression in China, but most covered their faces for fear that relatives back in their home city of Xinjiang would be punished for their activism.

    An Asian man appeared at the protest and took many pictures and apparently some video. When a HS reporter approached him, he said in English that he was a Japanese tourist. He turned to take a photo of the Helsinki Cathedral, but then continued his extensive documentation of the protest.

    New Moomin mug sold out in an instant

    And the tabloid Ilta-Sanomat reports on a truly Finnish phenomenon: Madness for the latest special edition Moomin mug.

    Finnish dinnerware company Arabia hit on a gold mine years ago when it started releasing ceramic mugs with illustrations from the famous series of Finnish children's books by Tove Jansson. Many Finns have acquired a complete collection of more than 60 mugs, with three to five different designs put on the market annually.

    A new special edition 'Moomin's Day' mug was released on August 9 starting at midnight, and already by 9 am, it was out of stock in online stores. Customers complained about the Arabia website crashing for over an hour after the mug went on sale, making the process even more difficult. IS says prices for the mug on online auction sites were running as high as 2,250 euros this morning.


              Tour du Rwanda 2018: le doublé pour Julian Hellmann      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Julian Hellmann prend du plaisir sur le Tour du Rwanda 2018. Après avoir remporté l’étape 3 entre Huye et Musanze, le coureur de Team Embrace The World s’est imposé ce […]

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              Employment Opportunity: Project Manager at Future First Global Tanzania      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Employment Opportunity: Project Manager at Future First Global Tanzania
    JOB DESCRIPTION – LEAP PROJECT MANAGER, TANZANIA
    Future First Global is looking for an experienced Project Manager to lead our team in Dar es Salaam to deliver a portfolio of activities as part of the Lending for Education in Africa Partnership (LEAP) – an exciting initiative being piloted in Tanzania and Kenya for the first time.

    This is a dynamic and varied role and will involve designing and delivering a comprehensive community building programme, to support academic success and create pathways to employment for the ‘LEAP Fellows’ – selected recipients of the LEAP Programme. The successful candidate will have sole responsibility for the design and delivery of LEAP programme activities in Tanzania.

    • Initially a 12 month contract with potential for extension 
    • Preferred start date Monday 15th October 2018, with some flexibility for the right candidate 
    • Salary competitive – to be discussed at interviews 
    • The Project Manager will be based in Dar es Salaam, with regular travel to partner universities in and around the city

    About the LEAP (The Lending for Education in Africa Partnership) Pilot
    The Lending for Education in Africa Partnership (LEAP) aims to pilot and scale a non-profit social lending fund dedicated to strengthening economic prosperity in Sub-Saharan Africa by providing affordable higher education loans to students, incentivising their academic success and creating pathways to gainful employment. LEAP’s lending will be directed towards youth from low and middle-income backgrounds who are currently unable to secure credit from conventional commercial banks and for whom bursaries and scholarships are not yet available - “the missing middle” of higher education finance.

    Since January 2018 our team in Kenya have been working to establish the pilot programme with five universities in Nairobi. The team have developed a comprehensive programme of community building, academic coaching and careers support that will be delivered to LEAP Fellows alongside their studies to help them thrive in their academics and future jobs. The learnings have been significant and this role will work closely with the team in Kenya to develop these for the Tanzanian context.

    Our HQ is based in London, but we have worked on projects in Rwanda, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Australia and the UK. You will be working directly with two members of staff, one based in the UK and the other in Singapore.
    We are delivering the LEAP Programme in partnership with Volta Capital, Equity Group Foundation, Lundin Foundation, and the Mandela Institute for International Development Studies (MINDS).

    Principal Responsibilities 
    Team and Project Management
    • Implement the LEAP Programme across multiple institutions in Tanzania; 
    • Adapt and maintain an evaluation framework to support continual improvement of the programme; 
    • Budget management of events, staffing and travel; 
    • Financial and progress reporting lead to the Future First Global team in the UK; 
    • Design of quarterly work plans to deliver the programme to agreed timelines and milestones; 
    • Line management responsibility for Programme Officer (from late 2019)

    Community building and relationship management 
    • Build strong working relationships with all LEAP Fellows, partner organisations and institutions; 
    • Design and facilitate meetings, trainings, events and other activities with students; 
    • Implementation of an engagement strategy to ensure a high level of programme participation.

    Training and facilitation 
    • Design and deliver training and activities for LEAP Fellows from start to finish – including planning, logistics, facilitation and evaluation; 
    • Conduct a range of focus groups and informal feedback sessions with LEAP Fellows to feed into constant improvement of the programme; 
    • Coach and mentor LEAP student leadership to ensure the LEAP student chapters are a productive and supportive peer community


    Communication 
    • Set up and maintain regular contact with students via email, Whatsapp and phone; 
    • Set up and maintain communication and engagement platforms; 
    • Writing, editing and designing engaging communications for LEAP Fellows and wider stakeholders; 
    • Writing, editing and designing a regular newsletter about the LEAP Programme.

    Monitoring, reporting and evaluation 
    • Keep accurate records of events and activities, including attendance and learnings; 
    • Collect and analyse data on an ongoing basis from a range of sources; 
    • Support with quarterly reporting to Volta Capital; 
    • Develop case studies for use in communications and monitoring.

    Person Requirements 
    We understand that candidates may not have experience of every part of this programme. Most importantly, we are looking for someone who ‘gets’ what we are doing and can provide strong evidence of experience in community building and project management.

     Essential Skills and Experience 
    • At least six years’ project management experience; 
    • Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili; 
    • Experience of working directly with young people; 
    • Open and honest approach to collaboration and reporting; your colleagues will be based overseas, and it is essential that you will be able to work effectively with them; 
    • Relationship-building skills: experience of working effectively with a range of stakeholders; 

    • High levels of organisation, ideally with experience of setting up and maintaining a project and accompanying reporting systems; 
    • Strong communication skills: ability to communicate effectively across a range of forums: from set-up of social media groups, to running focus groups with students, to drafting evaluation reports; 
    • Critical and analytical: the confidence to recognise and raise where the programme might not meet the desired outcome and to adjust and re-plan accordingly 
    • The independence and confidence to make decisions and work day to day with minimal supervision; 
    • A willingness to travel around Dar es Salaam regularly and elsewhere in Tanzania occasionally.

    Desirable Skills and Experience 
    • Experience of working on projects involving universities; 
    • Excellent writing and research skills with a high attention to detail; 
    • Confidence in designing and delivering sessions to large groups of students; 
    • Experience of people management;

    Please send a copy of your CV (of no more than two sides) and a cover letter explaining why you think you are the right person for this role to Stella McKenna at careers@futurefirstglobal.org. The application deadline is Monday 27th August 2018 – applications submitted after this time will not be considered.

    Key dates 
    • Initial interviews will be taking place on Skype on either Tuesday 4th or Wednesday 5th September. 
    • Second round interviews will take place in person on Thursday 13th or Friday 14th Septemberin Dar es Salaam. 
    • Preferred start date is Monday 15th October 2018 

    Please indicate in your application email if you are unavailable for any of the dates outlined above.

    For more information visit – www.futurefirstglobal.org 
              Man jailed over deaths of 10 Belgian soldiers seeks asylum in Belgium      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Former Rwandan major found guilty of manslaughter in 2007 over killing of troops who had been on UN duty in Rwanda

    A reported application for asylum by a former Rwandan major sentenced to 20 years in jail for his role in the deaths of 10 Belgian soldiers has caused fury in Belgium.

    Bernard Ntuyahaga was found guilty of manslaughter in 2007 over the killing of the Belgian paratroopers, who had been on UN duty in Rwanda, when they were seized and hacked to death with machetes.

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              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The Smith family foundation aims to build a chicken business in Africa, but the extensive project is costly and difficult, and Rwanda cannot yet support a modern poultry industry without aid money.
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    L’ancien officier des ex-Forces armées rwandaises (FAR) a purgé sa peine et a demandé après sa sortie de prison l’asile en Belgique selon le secrétaire d’Etat à l’Asile et à la Migration, Theo Francken (N-VA). Bernard Ntuyahaga se trouve en centre fermé « en vue d’un retour », a-t-il précisé sur Twitter. La soeur de l’un des […]

    L’article Un Rwandais ayant participé à la mort de 10 casques bleus demande l’asile en Belgique : « S’il obtient l’asile, c’est vraiment dégueulasse » est apparu en premier sur Fdesouche.


              Amira Hass' absurd attempt to claim Palestinians deserve special "refugee" status      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    I've been looking for any arguments to maintain UNRWA the way it is - where Palestinians alone are automatically considered "refugees" even if they are the great-grandchildren of people who fled a war, even if they are citizens of another state, even if they live in the land they are supposedly refugees from - none of which apply to any other group of people.

    Amira Hass in Haaretz attempts to answer why Palestinians are different:

    Other refugees had and have states that, in principle, they can or will be able to return to once the crisis that created their problem ends (like Rwandan and Syrian refugees), or alternatively, can move to (like ethnic Germans expelled from Eastern Europe or ethnic Greeks expelled from Turkey). But the Palestinian refugees lost their homeland. They aren’t allowed to return to the state – Israel – established on its ruins and have no state of their own.
    So ethnic Greeks and ethnic Germans have a place to move to, but ethnic Arabs - since most Palestinians are not native but came from other Arab lands - do not have a place to move to?

    In fact, many of the Arabs of Palestine voluntarily fled from their homes to the places they came from - Lebanon, Syria and Egypt  - and to other areas like Jordan specifically because they felt that they were Arabs first and would be taken care of by their Arab brethren. No one, including themselves, called them "Palestinian."

    Beyond that, Hass is saying that even the Palestinians who live in the territories must be allowed to move to Israel, even though they are within the borders of Palestine.  And the "State of Palestine," recognize by the UN, cannot be a place for Palestinians to move - only Israel.

    Moreover, most worldwide refugees get settled elsewhere. The idea that Palestinians must be different because they insist on only moving into Israel is absurd - real refugees don't get to choose to return if circumstances preclude that.

    Furthermore, Hass doesn't address the question of why Jordanian Palestinians, most of whom have citizenship, should have any claim on "return."

    Finally, Hass is pretending that her bogus reasons for treating Palestinians differently from real refugees are the reasons UNRWA was set up to begin with. But UNRWA pre-dates the UNHCR by about a year, before the word "refugee" was officially defined. Their being treated as special is a result of that accident of history and the political insistence of Arab countries not to naturalize Palestinians (in the name of "human rights") that UNRWA exists today, not because of some high-minded decision by the international community that Palestinians are uniquely oppressed, as Hass implies.

    Indeed, the only reason that descendants of Palestinian Arabs (not Palestinian Jews, also covered under the mandate that created UNRWA) who fled in 1948 are considered refugees is because UNRWA decided on a "working definition" of refugee for the purposes of its services and to perpetuate itself; it was not a decision ever ratified by the UN.

    Keep the lies defending UNRWA coming. The debate itself is what will finally force the world to realize that it has been spending billions that could and should be better spent elsewhere.





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              Tour du Rwanda, il tedesco Hellmann si ripete nella quinta tappa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Terza vittoria in tre giorni per il Team Embrace the World. Il club dilettantistico tedesco, presente in tante delle prove del calendario africano, allunga il filotto al Tour du Rwanda: dopo il successo di ieri di Rugg, la quinta tappa della prova, disputata fra Karongi e Rubavu sulla distanza di 95 km, ha premiato chi […]

    L'articolo Tour du Rwanda, il tedesco Hellmann si ripete nella quinta tappa proviene da Cicloweb.


              China’s Aggressive Surveillance Technology Will Spread Beyond Its Borders      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    The Chinese government has wholeheartedly embraced surveillance technology to exercise control over its citizenry in ways both big and small. It’s facial-scanning passers-by to arrest criminals at train stations, gas pumps, and sports stadiums and broadcasting the names of individual jaywalkers. Government-maintained social credit scores affect Chinese citizens’ rights and privileges if they associate with dissidents. In Tibet and Xinjiang, the government is using facial recognition and big data to surveil the physical movements of ethnic minorities, individually and collectively, to predict and police demonstrations before they even start. China is even using facial recognition to prevent the overuse of toilet paper in some public bathrooms.

    We may soon see dictators in other countries use these sorts of tools, too. If American cities and states are laboratories of democracy, China’s remote provinces have become laboratories of authoritarianism. China is now exporting internationally a suite of surveillance, facial recognition, and data tools that together equip governments to repress citizens on a scale and with a ruthless algorithmic effectiveness that previous generations of strongmen could only dream of. Call it algorithmic authoritarianism. Where yesterday’s strongmen were constrained by individual informants and case-by-case sleuthing, tomorrow’s authoritarians will, like China, be able to remotely identify thousands of specific individuals in public via cameras, constantly track them, and use unprecedented artificial intelligence and computing to crunch surveillance information and feed it back into the field in real time. This technology is still being imperfectly and inconsistently applied, but China is working to close the gaps. And even the perception of surveillance where it doesn’t exist has been shown to shape behavior.

    The limits of China’s willingness to use these tools at home or export them to others are unknown. Worse still, China’s digital authoritarianism could emerge as an exportable model, appealing to leaders on the fence about democratic norms, that could undercut or even rival liberal democracy.

    Part of what makes technologically enabled authoritarianism so complex is that the tools also have immense promise to serve customers and citizens well. They’re double-edged swords. Consider the surreal case of the California-based suspected serial killer apprehended after his relative voluntarily submitted DNA to an online ancestry database that matched material at the crime scene—or the accused Maryland newsroom shooter quickly identified by facial recognition. Or the lower-caste Indians who can now receive government benefits thanks to India’s national ID Aadhaar program, which relies on a database that has collected the iris scans and fingerprints of more than 1 billion Indians in a country where hundreds of millions previously lacked state identity cards. Or the Londoners kept safe by massive numbers of CCTV cameras. Or the predictive policing pilot launched in New Orleans with the pro-bono help of Palantir. Even in democracies with meaningful legal checks on state power, leveraging A.I. for policing often suffers from a lack of transparency, citizen input, and a serious risk of biased enforcement and overreach.

    China and a few small, advanced, authoritarian states such as Singapore (which is soliciting Chinese bids to install 110,000 advanced facial recognition sensors on the small city-state’s lampposts) and the United Arab Emirates are at the forefront of the application of these technologies. But as China embarks on a trillion-dollar global infrastructure construction binge known as the Belt and Road Initiative, it is already exporting its own tech-enabled authoritarian toolkit to gain profit or goodwill with local authorities, or simply to extend the reach of its own surveillance.

    What happens when these technologies migrate to bigger, more fractious societies? This won’t happen overnight—and the financial and logistical obstacles to broad implementation are significant. But there is every reason to think that in a decade or two, if not sooner, authoritarians and would-be strongmen in places like Turkey, Hungary, Egypt, or Rwanda will seek these tools and use them to thwart civil society and crush dissent in ways that weaken democracy globally.

    Already there are reports that Zimbabwe, for example, is turning to Chinese firms to implement nationwide facial-recognition and surveillance programs, wrapped into China’s infrastructure investments and a larger set of security agreements as well, including for policing online communication. The acquisition of black African faces will help China’s tech sector improve its overall data set.

    Malaysia, too, announced new partnerships this spring with China to equip police with wearable facial-recognition cameras. There are quiet reports of Arab Gulf countries turning to China not just for the drone technologies America has denied but also for the authoritarian suite of surveillance, recognition, and data tools perfected in China’s provinces. In a recent article on Egypt’s military-led efforts to build a new capital city beyond Cairo’s chaos and revolutionary squares, a retired general acting as project spokesman declared, “a smart city means a safe city, with cameras and sensors everywhere. There will be a command center to control the entire city.” Who is financing construction? China.

    While many governments are making attempts to secure this information, there have been several alarming stories of data leaks. Moreover, these national identifiers create an unprecedented opportunity for state surveillance at scale. What about collecting biometric information in nondemocratic regimes? In 2016, the personal details of nearly 50 million people in Turkey were leaked.

    Now is the time for those invested in individual freedom—in government, in civil society, and in the tech sector—to be thinking about the challenges ahead.

    This starts with basic transparency and awareness at home, in international fora, and ultimately inside nations deciding how and whether to adopt the tools of algorithmic authoritarianism. Diplomats, CEOs, activists, and others will need to use their various bully pulpits to reach members of the public. Oversight bodies like the U.S. Congress and European Parliament should convene hearings to hold tech companies and government agencies accountable for their role in exporting elements of the authoritarian toolkit in search of profits or market share. Forging reasonable, balanced approaches to these new technologies at home will be a crucial aspect of pushing other states to do the same. As a recent blog post from Microsoft’s President Brad Smith essentially calling for intensive study and regulation of this space makes clear, now is the time to bridge the tech-policy divide to find feasible, ethical solutions.

    Reaching beyond established democracies to set international norms and standards will be difficult, but it is essential to try. An international body, be it the European Union or United Nations, will need to put forward a set of best practices for protecting individual rights in an era of facial recognition. Companies and countries alike can group together to commit to protecting citizens by placing limits on facial recognition, offering the right in some instances to opt out of sharing biologically identifiable information, as Indians fought for and won, or protecting identifying data on the back end.

    China and other determined authoritarian states may prove undeterrable in their zeal to adopt repressive technologies. A more realistic goal, as Georgetown University scholar Nicholas Wright has argued, is to sway countries on the fence by pointing out the reputational costs of repression and supporting those who are advocating for civil liberties in this domain within their own countries. Democracy promoters (which we hope will one day again include the White House) will also want to recognize the coming changes to the authoritarian public sphere. They can start now in helping vulnerable populations and civil society to gain greater technological literacy to advocate for their rights in new domains. It is not too early for governments and civil society groups alike to study what technological and tactical countermeasures exist to circumvent and disrupt new authoritarian tools.

    Everyone will have to approach these developments with the humbling recognition that Silicon Valley is not the only game in town. Regardless of what happens stateside or in Europe, China will have formidable and growing indigenous capabilities to export to the rest of the world.

    Seven years ago, techno-optimists expressed hope that a wave of new digital tools for social networking and self-expression could help young people in the Middle East and elsewhere to find their voices. Today, a new wave of Chinese-led technological advances threatens to blossom into what we consider an “Arab spring in reverse”—in which the next digital wave shifts the pendulum back, enabling state domination and repression at a staggering scale and algorithmic effectiveness.

    Americans are absolutely right to be urgently focused on countering Russian weaponized hacking and leaking as its primary beneficiary sits in the Oval Office. But we also need to be more proactive in countering the tools of algorithmic authoritarianism that will shape the worldwide future of individual freedom.


              "S'il obtient l'asile, c'est vraiment dégueulasse"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    La soeur de l'un des dix commandos de Flawinne assassinés le 7 avril 1994 au Rwanda, Martine Debatty, s'est indignée jeudi du possible octroi de
              Shell et BP vont acquérir deux sociétés pétrolières au Rwanda      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Les géants pétroliers et gaziers Shell et BP Plc (anciennement British Petroleum), annoncent l’acquisition des principaux négociants en pétrole au Rwanda dans le cadre de (...)
              Zus van vermoorde blauwhelm: “Als Ntuyahaga asiel krijgt, zou dat walgelijk zijn”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    De zus van een van de tien paracommando’s die in april 1994 in Rwanda vermoord werden, Martine Debatty, heeft donderdag verontwaardigd gereageerd op de mogelijke toekenning van het statuut van asielzoeker aan de Rwandese ex-majoor Bernard Ntuyahaga. Die werd in 2007 door het hof van assisen van Brussel tot twintig jaar cel veroordeeld voor zijn betrokkenheid bij de dood van de tien Belgische blauwhelmen, maar werd onlangs vrijgelaten.


              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The Smith family foundation aims to build a chicken business in Africa, but the extensive project is costly and difficult, and Rwanda cannot yet support a modern poultry industry without aid money.
              "S'il obtient l'asile, c'est vraiment dégueulasse"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    La soeur de l'un des dix commandos de Flawinne assassinés le 7 avril 1994 au Rwanda, Martine Debatty, s'est indignée jeudi du possible octroi de
              "Ce meurtrier ne mérite en aucun cas une seconde chance"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    L'ex-major rwandais Bernard Ntuyahaga, condamné en 2007 par la cour d'assises de Bruxelles à vingt ans de prison pour sa participation à la mort
              Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    On 1 August 2018, the Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo declared a new outbreak of Ebola virus disease in North Kivu Province, in the eastern part of the country. North Kivu is among the most populated provinces in the country, shares borders with Uganda and Rwanda, and experiences conflict and insecurity, with over one million internally displaced people and migration of refugees to neighbouring countries.
              Drone Delivery Canada Launches Pilot to Transport Bloods From Remote Communities      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    We know from several successful examples that drones and medical deliveries are a match made in heaven. In Rwanda and Tanzania, Zipline has been saving lives with medical deliveries covering rural areas. The California startup is also launching in the ... Read Full Story
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The chicken business has been very, very good to Donnie Smith, the former chief executive of Tyson Foods. Now Smith, 58, wants to share his wealth — and his fervent belief in the power of chickens — with subsistence farmers in Musanze, a poverty-stricken district of Rwanda. With USAID and the University of Tennessee, where he is a trustee, Smith is the driving force behind a $2 million program called Feed the Future Tworore Inkoko, Twunguke , which means "Let's raise chickens and make a profit." Its immediate goal is to lift the incomes and improve the nutrition of about 750 rural farmers; if all goes according to plan, many thousands of farmers will follow the original cohort. All has not gone according to plan. Instead, the effort is a textbook example of what can go awry when experts arrive in a distant place with good intentions and a solid understanding of what works in the U.S., but without much grounding in a local economy or culture. Rwandan farmers, for example, are more
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The chicken business has been very, very good to Donnie Smith, the former chief executive of Tyson Foods. Now Smith, 58, wants to share his wealth — and his fervent belief in the power of chickens — with subsistence farmers in Musanze, a poverty-stricken district of Rwanda. With USAID and the University of Tennessee, where he is a trustee, Smith is the driving force behind a $2 million program called Feed the Future Tworore Inkoko, Twunguke , which means "Let's raise chickens and make a profit." Its immediate goal is to lift the incomes and improve the nutrition of about 750 rural farmers; if all goes according to plan, many thousands of farmers will follow the original cohort. All has not gone according to plan. Instead, the effort is a textbook example of what can go awry when experts arrive in a distant place with good intentions and a solid understanding of what works in the U.S., but without much grounding in a local economy or culture. Rwandan farmers, for example, are more
              9 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on August 9th      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    We were too busy to round up yesterday's best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, so we did some extra digging on Thursday and came up with nine great new options. Just make sure you download them all as soon as you can because these sales could end at any time.

    This post covers paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. BGR is not affiliated with any developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app anyway, you will be charged by Apple. Subscribe to our feed to be notified as soon as these posts are published, and you’ll avoid missing the sales we cover.

    Pinball Breaker Forever

    Normally $0.99.

    Pinball Breaker Forever merges pinball and brick breaking mechanics to produce a supercharged twitchy randomly generated endless gaming experience, with a vibe from the 80's! Easy to play, hard to master!!

    Monster-Blocks appear in waves and slowly go down the screen one after the other. Protect your city from the invaders by destroying the blocks before they reach the bottom of the screen.

    Side tracks with optional skill shot mini-games will increase your score and add another twist to the game.

    Main Features:

    - Endless randomly generated levels
    - 6 types of power-ups like explosions, unstoppable ball or multiballs
    - 15 types of side track mini-game like target arrays, bumpers, spinners or laser
    - Progress through power-ups, skill shots and cosmetic unlocks
    - Many types of blocks with different behaviour
    - Replaykit for replays and shares
    - Tactical aiming: scan the maps for weaknesses and power-ups to increase your efficiency
    - MFI support
    - Game Center achievements and leaderboards
    - Original soundtrack
    - Live broadcasting

    Download Pinball Breaker Forever

    Up Rise

    All in-app purchases for character upgrades are currently free.

    Ascend through the various obstacles in this artistically elegant adventure. Dodge the enemies by swiping left and right. Enemies appear in all shapes, sizes and colours.

    - Free to play (iAP to remove ads).
    - 5 playable characters.
    - Worldwide leaderboards.
    - Enemies in various colours, shapes & sizes.

    Download Up Rise

    Bladeheart

    Normally $0.99.

    - Easy to play
    There are only 2 buttons: Jump and attack. Take actions based on the in-game situations. Simple and straightforward.
    - Unique aesthetic styles
    Minimalistic 3D artwork with a full screen of post-combo special effects deliver exhilarating visual impacts.
    - 60fps smooth frame rate
    We ensure that even devices with the lowest settings are able to enjoy the smooth and natural game experience.
    - Global Ranking
    Challenge players around the world to show your skills and rank top on the chart!
    Achievements
    Gold Prize at 2017 The 10th Xiamen International Animation Festival

    Download Bladeheart

    Spiko for Whatsapp

    Normally $4.99.

    Have you ever received voice messages in Whatsapp and wasn't able to listen at that time ?

    With this app you can convert your voice messages to text.

    1. Select a voice message in whatsapp app.
    2. Tap on the forward button.
    3. Choose "Spiko for Whatsapp".

    That's it - your voice message will show up as text !

    Currently supported languages:
    Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bulgarian, Bengali, Bosnian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Estonian, Persian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Georgian, Korean, Latin, Lithuanian, Latvian, Macedonian, Mongolian, Malay, Burmese, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Kinyarwanda, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Albanian, Serbian, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Chinese.

    Download Spiko for Whatsapp

    YourApparel - pick your style

    Pro in-app purchase to remove ads is currently free.

    Many people agonise over what to wear, whether for a specific occasion or just every day. YourApparel provides a great new twist to the daily routine of selecting an outfit. It offers inspiration by suggesting suitable clothes from your own wardrobe and gives exciting reminders of items you may have forgotten about. It learns your tastes as you go, so the more you use it, the more it will suggest outfits you love.

    Simple to use
    The app is aimed at anyone - of any age and gender who would like fashion inspiration at a single touch, anytime, anywhere.

    Pick your events
    Whether you’re going to the perfect job interview or you’ve been invited to the social event of the year, YourApparel can find an outfit for any occasion.

    Outfit recommendations
    YourApparel learns your tastes as you go, so the more you use it, the more it will suggest the outfits you love, it’s like your own personal shopper!

    Manage your wardrobe
    All the items in your YourApparel wardrobe can be tagged with different events like work, a wedding, an interview or a birthday party.

    Download YourApparel - pick your style

    Night Web Browser by Alex

    Normally $0.99.

    **Appointed to Top 5 Best Web Browsers for iPhone by iMore**

    Night Web Browser by Alex is THE ONLY web browser that lets you DIM 100% of your screen, including the keyboard, status bar, web videos like YOUTUBE and INSTAGRAM, Facebook etc.

    Do you think that your iPhone's/iPad's screen is too bright when you look at it in the dark?

    Night Web Browser allows you to surf the web in the dark without disturbing the one next to you and without straining your eyes.

    Perfect for you who love doing some browsing before sleep without the risk of waking the one next to you because of the bright iPhone screen.

    Night Web Browser lets you dim the screen including the keyboard to even less brightness than the minimum standard iPhone/iPad setting. You can simply access the brightness control whenever you want with just one tap in the browser.

    NOTE THAT ONLY CONTENTS IN THE WEB BROWSER CAN BE DIMMED, NOT THE ENTIRE iOS!

    Features:
    - Brightness control/Darkness boost
    - Night mode with warmer color temperature
    - Search instantly in the address field and choose from search results that instantly appear as you type
    - Swipe for back/forward navigation like in Safari
    - Bookmarks
    - Modern minimal design
    - 64-bit support

    Download Night Web Browser by Alex

    Angle Meter PRO

    Normally $1.99.

    Angle Meter PRO lets you measure the angle or slope. Note that you will be able to measure a variety of slope forms. You can choose to directly measure the surface by the second mode, which makes it relatively easy to measure up,or to measure the angle of the target away a short distance away from you after kilo meter. By measuring the angle from the camera aperture. This is a reference line, respectively, and the angles are measured while the display on your phone continuously. You also can take what you measure by showing the angle to keep a check on it later.

    Featured
    1) Real time display angle value reference by horizontal axis.
    2) 2 mode for using(mode 1 and mode 2).
    3) Support measure angles with the camera mode.
    3.1) you can take screen short can be a target for record store at a later time.
    4) Support the ability to measure the angle from the image.
    5) Graphics Animation display related by mode.
    6) Display 0 to 90 degree reference by horizontal axis.
    7) Calibrate option for accuracy.

    8) Support Level Meter allows you to measure the degree of tilt in the vertical plane and can take many forms. The measurements in each axis is locked to the screen, still more easy to measure.

    ***For Level Measurement
    1) The three models at the same level. Including horizontal, vertical and inclined at 45 degrees.
    2) Sound a warning when it finds that the measure in the horizontal plane. That is the angle measured in the plane is less than 1 degree (you can enable / disable this).
    3) While the display is illuminated at all times, making the work easier (you can enable / disable this).

    Download Angle Meter PRO

    Super Space X

    Normally $0.99.

    In Super Space X you control the Intruder 53X, a spacecraft which carries a special load.

    Dodge meteorites, laser rays and plasma balls to pass to the next level and achieve your goal but, be careful because the game it’s not easy at all. Scenes are designed for you to do your best at every second. You won’t have time to relax.

    Get the different types of capsules that will help you to improve your scores and win the game.

    - The red capsule will help you to destroy asteroids.
    - The blue capsule will give you points and you could get your shield back.

    The game has nine stages with a design that will complicate things to avoid you get your goals.

    Super Space X is a game developed by Black Cube with music by Mr. Spastic, Gregoire Lourme and other artists.

    Features:

    - 9 scenes in which you can play and improve your scores.
    - Pixel Art design.
    - 60 constant FPS.
    - Share your achievements using Game Center.
    - Ultra-adjusted difficulty.
    - Easy and intuitive control.
    - Music by Mr. Spastic, Gregorio Lourme and other artists.

    Download Super Space X

    Universal Image Search Pro

    Normally $0.99.

    # Featured on Yahoo, AppShopper, 148Appps.com and many Top websites & Blogs !
    # Best App to search image online .
    # Rated 4+ star (Avg) by users .
    # A powerful App to get Image from popular image sharing website and search engine in single App.
    # Top best results from every Image sharing website at one place with just single click .

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    Our Some Reviews -

    @This app is amazing,you can search a thing and find what you really want which one you want,
    byFile vendergeli -Mar 24, 2016

    @I like the way it is designed, very well done. Thanks.
    byXiache - Mar 20, 2016

    @Super App!!! Super Like!!! Excellent
    bymarygrace128 - Jan 28, 2016

    @Perfecta para buscar imágenes en varios buscadores
    bypeterbox - Feb 16, 2016

    @Excellent Image Search
    excellent image search that use different search engines
    byاليتيم - May 9, 2016

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    Key feature of App:-
    * Image from many website to in a single APP
    * Search results from Google
    * Search results from Bing
    * Search results from Flickr
    * Search results from Duckduckgo.com
    ** App show top results from search engine and show it within the app
    * Save image to phone
    * Easy to switch between search results
    * Clear view of image , no text or other media
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    Advantage of this App:-
    * Save a lot of time of User to Search Image on Internet
    * Get the best results from different search engine and image sharing website
    * Very less in size .so take less memory .
    * User friendly Design
    * Just Single Click to Switch Different Website Results .
    * Write once in Search Text box , Universal Image Search will search for all Six Image Sharing Website .
    * Very Easy way to Search Image Online .
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    Thank you !!

    Download Universal Image Search Pro


              Diversity Thursday      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Though a spotty record, on the whole the US military has led the nation towards racial and ethnic unity. It only makes sense, as the record from the Austro-Hungarian Empire to Rwanda shows that entities that promote ethnic and racial divisions are inefficient, immoral, and end in division and bloodshed.

    That is why it is sad to see our Navy continue to bask in the toxic stew of division and sectarianism.

    This is one of those DivThu that the rent seeking, grievance mongering, patronizing Diversity Bullies that our Navy spends millions of dollars a year subsidizing are so kind to write for me.

    As you read this remember all the things you've read the last week about the racist Sarah Jeong. The attitude she has towards race is fully in line with those you find working in the DOD subsidiary of the Diversity Industry.

    Just read their own work.

    Do you see any evidence in the below that would have you think that they have any different feeling towards white men than Sarah does? OK, I will grant you a little more diluted than Sarah, but if a bird poops in your soup bowl or in the pot that made it, you still have poop in your soup.

    They try to throw chaff to draw you off like,
    Our focus has since grown to encompass a much broader definition of diversity beyond the traditional demographic measures of race, gender and ethnicity.
    ...but do you see in their document anything else but race, gender and ethnicity when breaking down the meat of where the cancer of sectarianism and racial self-identification fraud is injected; accessions, retention, career progression and senior leaders? Of course not. As is the pattern with their ilk, they are lying to you.

    Who is the one party that is "the problem" with their metrics? Who is a non-person?

    Where is the Sarah tie in? Note that there is only a problem where there are "too many" white people - specifically white men. Areas where there are "too few" white people? No problem. Change the ethincities around and tell me there's no problem here. 

    We should be a Navy where no one cares what color, ethnicity or glorious mixture you happen to be. Your DNA does not mean anything. You are a Sailor and a shipmate. All else is meaningless. Can you do the job and do it well? That is the only measure that matters.

    The rest of this intentional support of breaking us in to racial and ethnic groups against each other is not just wrong, it is unproductive and counter to building a fair and just society.

    It was wrong in the Jim Crow era as it is today. Thing is, this time the Navy has an entire bureaucracy dedicated to one thing, judging Sailors by the color of their skin, not the content of their character.

    Read it below and tell me where I'm wrong.

    Once you're done, find your favorite couple of Easter Eggs. I'll share mine at the bottom.



    Here are my top Easter Eggs;
    Multiracial NROTC Navy commissions have gained momentum as well, almost doubling in the past five years alone
    Of course. Not only are more people ignoring the Diversity Bullies' AKC like breeding standards, they are rightfully judging their mates by the conduct of character, everyone else is engaging in a bit of fun with their DNA. Like my family, we can pick from three ... or all.

    Here is the nasty part going forward;
    The next frontier for Navy I&D is mitigating the negative effects of bias through a five-year bias mitigation strategy across four lines of effort for the entire Navy Team: Active, Reserve and Civilian.
    First of all, this entire document is full of bias. Second, what is this strategy? Also, if we have bias, why are we sitting on our hands right now?

    Give us names and examples of bias. We have the UCMJ for such things. If it is there, let's pull those people out now - root and branch. If you can't then, well, we know what is going on here, don't we?


    Hat tip Dan.
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The chicken business has been very, very good to Donnie Smith, the former chief executive of Tyson Foods. Now Smith, 58, wants to share his wealth — and his fervent belief in the power of chickens — with subsistence farmers in Musanze, a poverty-stricken district of Rwanda. With USAID and the University of Tennessee, where he is a trustee, Smith is the driving force behind a $2 million program called Feed the Future Tworore Inkoko, Twunguke , which means "Let's raise chickens and make a profit." Its immediate goal is to lift the incomes and improve the nutrition of about 750 rural farmers; if all goes according to plan, many thousands of farmers will follow the original cohort. All has not gone according to plan. Instead, the effort is a textbook example of what can go awry when experts arrive in a distant place with good intentions and a solid understanding of what works in the U.S., but without much grounding in a local economy or culture. Rwandan farmers, for example, are more
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The Smith family foundation aims to build a chicken business in Africa, but the extensive project is costly and difficult, and Rwanda cannot yet support a modern poultry industry without aid money.
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The chicken business has been very, very good to Donnie Smith, the former chief executive of Tyson Foods. Now Smith, 58, wants to share his wealth — and his fervent belief in the power of chickens — with subsistence farmers in Musanze, a poverty-stricken district of Rwanda. With USAID and the...

              L’ex-major Ntuyahaga souhaite être transféré au Danemark      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    L’ex-major rwandais Bernard Ntuyahaga souhaite être transféré au Danemark où il a de la famille, a indiqué jeudi le secrétaire d’Etat à l’Asile, Theo Francken, interrogé dans l’émission « Ter Zake » (VRT). L’ancien officier des ex-Forces armées rwandaises (FAR) a été condamné en 2007 par la cour d’assises de Bruxelles à vingt ans de prison pour […]

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              У Руанді закрили понад 8 тисяч храмів      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Sainte-Famille Church in Kigali, Rwanda / Рhoto: flickr/adam jones/cc У Руанді закрито понад 8 тисяч храмів після введення нових норм і вимог законодавства, причому один храм був закритий прямо під...
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The chicken business has been very, very good to Donnie Smith, the former chief executive of Tyson Foods. Now Smith, 58, wants to share his wealth — and his fervent belief in the power of chickens — with subsistence farmers in Musanze, a poverty-stricken district of Rwanda. With USAID and the University of Tennessee, where he is a trustee, Smith is the driving force behind a $2 million program called Feed the Future Tworore Inkoko, Twunguke , which means "Let's raise chickens and make a profit." Its immediate goal is to lift the incomes and improve the nutrition of about 750 rural farmers; if all goes according to plan, many thousands of farmers will follow the original cohort. All has not gone according to plan. Instead, the effort is a textbook example of what can go awry when experts arrive in a distant place with good intentions and a solid understanding of what works in the U.S., but without much grounding in a local economy or culture. Rwandan farmers, for example, are more
              Former Tyson Foods CEO Brings Chicken Farming To Rwanda — But Can It Last?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    The chicken business has been very, very good to Donnie Smith, the former chief executive of Tyson Foods. Now Smith, 58, wants to share his wealth — and his fervent belief in the power of chickens — with subsistence farmers in Musanze, a poverty-stricken district of Rwanda. With USAID and the University of Tennessee, where he is a trustee, Smith is the driving force behind a $2 million program called Feed the Future Tworore Inkoko, Twunguke , which means "Let's raise chickens and make a profit." Its immediate goal is to lift the incomes and improve the nutrition of about 750 rural farmers; if all goes according to plan, many thousands of farmers will follow the original cohort. All has not gone according to plan. Instead, the effort is a textbook example of what can go awry when experts arrive in a distant place with good intentions and a solid understanding of what works in the U.S., but without much grounding in a local economy or culture. Rwandan farmers, for example, are more
              Un Rwandais ayant participé à la mort de 10 casques bleus demande l’asile en Belgique : « S’il obtient l’asile, c’est vraiment dégueulasse »      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    L’ancien officier des ex-Forces armées rwandaises (FAR) a purgé sa peine et a demandé après sa sortie de prison l’asile en Belgique selon le secrétaire d’Etat à l’Asile et à la Migration, Theo Francken (N-VA). Bernard Ntuyahaga se trouve en centre fermé « en vue d’un retour », a-t-il précisé sur Twitter. La soeur de l’un des […]

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              World: Record number of forcibly displaced people lived in sub-Saharan Africa in 2017      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Source: Pew Research Center
    Country: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda, World

    By Phillip Connor and Jens Manuel Krogstad

    The total number of people living in sub-Saharan Africa who were forced to leave their homes due to conflict reached a new high of 18.4 million in 2017, up sharply from 14.1 million in 2016 – the largest regional increase of forcibly displaced people in the world, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees data.

    The world’s displaced population has increased dramatically since 2012, reaching its highest levels since World War II. The Middle East drove much of the increase between 2012 and 2015 due to conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, but in 2017, the vast majority of growth has come from displaced populations living in sub-Saharan Africa. Since 2015, the region’s displaced population has jumped by 42%, with most of this increase taking place in 2017 alone. By comparison, the number of displaced people living in the Middle East-North Africa region fell 8% between 2015 and 2017, though it remains the world’s largest total overall.

    Due to these trends, the geography of the world’s displaced population has started to shift: Some 30% of forcibly displaced people globally lived in sub-Saharan Africa in 2017, up from 23% in 2015. Meanwhile, the Middle East-North Africa share dropped from 41% of the world’s total in 2015 to 35% in 2017.

    Most of the increase in sub-Saharan Africa has come from a wave of internally displaced persons – those forced from their communities due to conflict and who remain within their home country. In sub-Saharan Africa, this population grew to 12.5 million in 2017, a 40% increase from the previous year, when the population was 8.9 million.

    The Democratic Republic of the Congo has the largest internally displaced population within sub-Saharan Africa, due to the country’s many conflicts. In 2017, its internally displaced population reached 4.4 million, almost double the 2.2 million reported the year before. Meanwhile, in Ethiopia, border disputes between ethnic groups helped push the country’s internally displaced population from near zero in 2016 to more than a million people in 2017.

    The number of displaced people who have left their home country due to conflict or persecution and received international protection – otherwise known as refugees – has grown more modestly within sub-Saharan Africa. The region’s number of refugees reached 5.4 million in 2017, up 16% over 2016 but short of the record 6.5 million refugees reported in 1994 during the Rwandan genocide.

    Uganda hosted the highest number of sub-Saharan refugees (nearly 1.4 million) in 2017, mostly from South Sudan. Nearly 900,000 refugees lived in Ethiopia, with nearly half from South Sudan, and many of the rest from Somalia and Eritrea. The Democratic Republic of the Congo had more than 500,000 refugees from various neighboring countries, including Rwanda, Central African Republic and South Sudan.

    Sub-Saharan African countries hosted a relatively small number of asylum seekers – people who have left their home country and asked for protection. There were about 500,000 asylum seekers living in the region in 2017, with the vast majority coming from other sub-Saharan African countries.

    Another way to view displacement is to look at the home countries for all displaced people, whether forcibly displaced within their home country or living in other countries. Nearly four-in-five displaced persons (79%) living in sub-Saharan Africa came from just five nations in 2017: Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Central African Republic. (Many refugees from these origin countries also belong to long-term refugee populations – communities that have had 25,000 or more refugees for five or more years.)

    With more than a billion people living in sub-Saharan Africa, the number of displaced people in the region made up just 1.8% of the region’s population in 2017. Nonetheless, this share has increased in recent years and is at its highest level since records on displaced persons began in 1993. In 2017, only the Middle East-North Africa region had a higher share of its population living as internally displaced persons, refugees or asylum seekers (3.8%).

    Note: See details on our regional grouping of countries (PDF).

    Phillip Connor is a senior researcher focusing on demography and migration studies at Pew Research Center.

    Jens Manuel Krogstad is a senior writer/editor focusing on Hispanics, immigration and demographics at Pew Research Center.


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    L'ex-major rwandais Bernard Ntuyahaga souhaite être transféré au Danemark où il a de la famille, a indiqué jeudi le secrétaire d'Etat à l'Asile, Theo Francken, interrogé dans l'émission "Ter Zake" (VRT).
              Comment on The photographs of the Lodz ghetto, and the politics of memory by Boomer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Thanks for this essay on a question worth reflection. Robert Sapolsky's "Behave" tries to explain what he knows about human behavior, which is a lot. It includes a chapter on the genocide in Rwanda. It's worth reading. Yet to me it seems more like a collection of facts than an answer. Some realities seem incomprehensible.


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