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          Porta-potty is the entrance to a hidden rave      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Stepping into a wardrobe was the way to get into Narnia. Stepping into the blue portable toilet (in a row of green ones) was the way get into a hidden rave at UK's Eastern Electrics Festival. Are they implying the DJ's shitty? https://twitter.com/persandwichman/status/1026032955167334400

And, this isn't the first time this has been done. A music festival in Hungary did this last year: https://youtu.be/xiqJzWhwaW8

          The Evolving Ideologies of American Jewish Summer Camp      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Summer camp might advertise itself as a simple return to nature, some healthy fresh air and wholesome fun, but there is not now and never has been anything simple about it. American Jewish summer camp in particular has a very long and winding ideological history, one dotted with racism, socialism, political protest, and above all a sense that summer camp is a well of power, a resource to be optimized.

Jews attend summer camp at a higher rate than Americans as a whole, though not nearly as high a rate as Mormons, but the particulars of the Jewish camping experience—begun due to exclusion, changing rapidly due to politics and social movements and the Holocaust—put it in a unique place.

Summer camping in the United States began as a movement in the late 19th century, a sort of rebellion against increasing urbanization and industrialization. By the late 1920s, Jewish summer camps had gotten explicitly ideological: socialist, communist, anarchist, Zionist, Yiddish. Despite this, they were, and remained until after World War II, almost entirely secular. The Yiddish camps focused on Yiddish language and culture, and the Zionist camps on building, farming, and a connection to Israel; neither put much of an emphasis on religion.

A socialist summer camp would have no individual money, and any packages a camper received from home would be divided equally to the rest of the camp. Labor was highly valued; a punishment for bad behavior would never be, say, cleaning the bathrooms, because bathroom duty was a noble and important role in the camp society.

Zionist summer camps prepared kids to move to Palestine (which they sometimes called EY, which stands for Eretz Yisrael, or “the land of Israel”). The kids were taught to farm and build, and focused on Jewish arts and music, including would come to be called Israeli folk dancing. Yiddish camps, which often included a nearby camp for parents, taught Yiddish language and history. Israel, or Palestine, or Jewish history, mostly replaced the weird often-fake American Indian mythology that was and remains so prevalent in non-Jewish summer camps. But everything changed with World War II.

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Before the Second World War, American Jews had never seen themselves as the center of the Jewish world: that was in Poland, Lithuania, Germany, Hungary. American Jews were unsettled, immature. They hadn’t unpacked in their new home yet. But following the Holocaust, the weight of leading Jewish culture settled on the shoulders of the Americans. Summer camp was a vital part of this effort. Such camps had for decades been seen by various groups—the labor socialists, cultural Zionists—as a fundamental tool for shaping the youth. “Camp leaders were decidedly critical of ‘suburban Judaism’ that they took to be an inadequate Jewish life created by their campers’ parents who, to their minds, had limited education and too little understanding of Judaism,” writes Prell in an article on the history of Jewish summer camps. There was also, says Prell, a major concern that the parents of baby boomers had been too focused on assimilation rather than developing and maintaining a distinct American Jewish culture.

Summer camp had already proven a valuable place to shape the youth in non-religious molds, as seen in the socialist and Zionist camps from past decades. But in the wake of genocide, some of these Jews in positions of power within Jewish communities—prominent rabbis, organizers, spokespeople—decided that those tools should be applied to Jewish religion and culture.

This is when the first religious Jewish summer camps began. Camp Massad—the word means “foundation” in Hebrew—launched in 1941, servicing the New York area, first in the Catskills and then across the Pennsylvania border in the Poconos. (The Poconos and Catskills are the same mountain range; they just have different names in Pennsylvania and New York.) Massad was the first major summer camp to use the Hebrew language exclusively; it also brought in a contingent of Jewish campers from what would shortly become Israel to promote the possibility of a Jewish state, and emphasize the importance of the idea of Israel to American Jews.

Massad was extremely influential not just for Jewish summer camps but also for worldwide Judaism. Hebrew, until this point, was not widely spoken, with Jews speaking either English or various localized languages like Yiddish. Many modern Hebrew words, like those for sports, were actually invented at Massad.

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Among the Massad campers were the young Chicagoan founders of what would become Camp Ramah, one of the most important Jewish summer camps in history. Unlike most other Jewish camps, Ramah was (and is) a network of camps under a centralized deciding force, in this case the Conservative movement.

As a quick primer for those unfamiliar: American religious Judaism is split up into several branches usually called denominations. The four biggest are Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist, and they differ mostly in the level of observance (roughly those are in descending order), in addition to a bunch of smaller liturgical issues.

Ramah was set up and owned by the Jewish Theological Seminary, the dominant force in Conservative Judaism, during the early 1940s, specifically as a tool for Jewish education. The first Ramah opened in Conover, Wisconsin in 1947, and swiftly expanded. Today they have locations in Wisconsin, Ontario, the Berkshires, Georgia, Colorado, California, and elsewhere. There were often in areas without large Jewish populations; Wisconsin was also home to an important Reform camp. I asked Sarna whether it was difficult for Jewish camps to set up in non-Jewish areas. He said there weren’t really any conflicts. “Many of these places where there were summer camps, they were perfectly happy to have Jews in the summer,” he said. “As long as they left.”

The JTS was a little hesitant at first to spend all this money on summer camps, but this was a dramatic time for the Jewish people, and they were convinced that summer camps might be the best and only hope for Jewish survival. “Jewish education represented both a defensive response to adversity and a form of cultural resistance, a resolve to maintain Judaism in the face of opposition and danger,” wrote Jonathan Sarna, a professor of Jewish history at Brandeis University, in an article on the topic. “It also promised to prepare the community for the new responsibilities that it faced in the wake of the European Jewish catastrophe.”

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The camp founders felt a weight on their shoulders. “They're overwhelmingly contemptuous of the parents of the baby boom, who were raised in America and who know almost nothing about Jewish life,” says Prell. “They just didn't have the upbringing, because their parents were immigrants and didn't know how to translate their old life.”

Ramah, and the camps that would follow, were focused on addressing this issue. A phrase you see again and again, says Prell, is this: “The whole day will be ours.” Post-Holocaust American Jews realized what the socialist and Zionist camps before them realized: summer camp is the only place where they can have unfettered access to Jewish kids, the best opportunity to shape young minds for the future. “There is this sense that we can take clay and mold it into a meaningful Jewish life for these kids,” says Prell. “And we can do it because we have them all day, and we can do it because we can get them away from their parents. We can get them away from transistor radios, and the suburbs, which is fairly new to Jews.” That shaping took various forms: instilling a sense of history, pride, and knowledge, but also social justice and civil rights, and a desire to form Jewish families and raise more Jewish kids.

This began a wildly experimental phase for Jewish summer camps, one that would last into the 1970s. The 1940s and 1950s were focused on making American Jewish kids understand that they lived in two worlds, the Jewish world and the American world, and that both were vital. America as a whole at this time, and especially in the Jewish community, was very into American triumphalism; We beat the Nazis! These camps, while they kept Kosher and observed Shabbat, also celebrated the Fourth of July.

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But the coming of the 1960s meant a huge upheaval in the American social fabric. Camp Ramah was centrally owned, but the Reform summer camps were all independent, and the entire system was much more fluid than it might seem. Jews in the 1960s were heavily involved in the anti-war effort, in the civil rights movement, in equal rights for women, in immigration, anti-racism, drug legalization, sex positivity, all kinds of progressive movements. Many of the young counselors at Jewish summer camps were, during the non-summer months, organizers and protestors in college, and their work assuredly did not stop once they went out to Wisconsin or the Catskills for the summer. This wasn’t necessarily unique to Jewish counselors, but the Jewish history of activism and Jewish participation in the civil rights movement made it pretty likely that Jewish camps would follow suit.

In some camps, counselors would perform role-playing. They’d come into the mess hall during breakfast and, without saying anything, gather up all the kids with a certain hair color or eye color. Those kids would be separated from the group for a day or more, made to eat different food, do different activities. Then they’d be reunited and the entire camp would discuss. What does it mean to be a member of an ethnic minority? How does this apply to the Holocaust and to race relations in America? What responsibility do American Jews have to stamp out racial injustice?

Role-playing extended to simpler messages as well, attempting to get Jewish kids to embrace their Jewishness and make Jewish choices. These efforts could sometimes be clumsy, and even offensive. One former camper, who asked to remain anonymous, recalled a role-playing game in which young campers—she was seven years old at the time—were given an egg, representing their “future child,” and a box. The egg would be placed into a box and rolled down a hill; the materials given for padding would vary based on their answers to questions. Pick the right answer and you’d get some protective padding. The wrong one? Rocks and sticks, which would cause the eggbaby to break.

“The question I remember is: Your kid is going to kindergarten and you are considering two schools,” says the former camper. “One is a secular school with computers (a big deal in 1994 or whenever this was) and one is a Jewish school with no computers.” She picked the secular school with computers and was promptly given a rock.

“These are camps not concerned just with summer fun,” says Prell. “These are camps that are trying to teach, as many left-wing camps at the time were trying to teach, what these issues have to do with us, what is our responsibility and how are we going to act on it.” Camp Ramah instituted a program for the older campers called American Seminar, in which campers were required to go to nearby cities and register voters, or volunteer in mental hospitals, or help repaint the houses of black Americans. “Camp is where I first learned about social justice and activism and that I, as a young person, could actually do something,” says Valerie Weisler, who attended a Ramah day camp and then worked there as a counselor.

It’s also worth noting that there was, and remains, a wide variety of Jewish summer camp experiences: not just in the type of ideology, but also in degree. Many Jewish summer camps were, even during the 1960s, pretty low-key. “I really don’t think a lot of the counselors’ political views were rubbed off on us,” says Barbara Berger, who attended a Jewish camp called Camp Oquago starting in 1969. But Berger, who grew up fairly non-observant in a very Jewish suburb of New York, and ended up raising kids in a Pennsylvania suburb with few Jews, says Jewish summer camp affected her feelings about Judaism. “It made me realize that, moving out here ... that I wanted for my kids to make Jewish friends, and have a connection that way. I always lit the candles on Friday nights when the kids were young, because I knew I had to make an extra effort out here.”

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Summer camp suffered a downturn in popularity in the 1970s and 1980s in general, and Jewish summer camps found themselves in a tricky situation. Jews were now assimilated enough that many Jewish kids attended a non-Jewish camp. (I myself went to a YMCA camp in the early 2000s; despite the “Young Men’s Christian Association” thing, my camp was heavily Jewish.) Today, camps are rising in popularity again, but Jewish summer camps have entirely new issues to deal with. The reign of Trump, rising anti-Semitism in Europe and the U.S., and above all the issue of the Israeli occupation of Palestine are major topics that counselors are attempting to address. In 2018, the effects of the #MeToo movement have many Jewish camps looking into sexual harassment; a minor scandal found Camp Ramah refusing to allow what it called “anti-Israel educational messages” at camp.

“Campers are definitely taught to love Israel unconditionally, which can be rather controversial now,” says Ivy Cohen, who attended a Reform summer camp in Massachusetts. “I do feel like as I got older, more frequently we were given various sides of an issue as well as different perspectives, and encouraged to form our own beliefs.”

Summer camps in the U.S. have never, ever been simple. Whether an attempt to fight urbanization or raise good socialists, Zionists, American Jews, or progressives, summer camps have power. They provide a place where children and teenagers can encounter viewpoints and education that don’t exist in their normal lives, but could shape their futures. In some cases, that can provoke conflict at home. Jewish kids might come back from summer camp and wonder why their parents don’t keep Kosher, why they don’t go to synagogue every week, why nobody talks about moving to Israel. In some cases, Jewish camp culture influenced non-camp religion; Israeli culture and folk art became prominent in Reform synagogues where it had never been before, and even the actual music changed, with a new form of folk-influenced religious music that came from campers.

On the whole, Jewish summer camps really did work in some ways; many Jewish homes became more religious. A study found that Camp Ramah alums are much more likely than other Jews to spend time in or “feel an emotional attachment to” Israel, attend synagogue regularly, and marry within the faith. These studies have focused on religious Judaism; there is not a corpus of data about the secular effects of Jewish summer camp. Are alums of Jewish summer camp more likely to donate to charity, vote for progressive candidates, take part in protests? We don’t really know. But those have been goals of Jewish summer camps, whether or not they’re explicitly stated. Says Weisler: “Jewish camping molded me as a Jewish person, and a person, period.”


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          Γιατί η «συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» παραβιάζει και το Διεθνές Δίκαιο. (Β΄ Μέρος)       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ΕΜΠΕΡΙΣΤΑΤΩΜΕΝΗ ΑΝΑΛΥΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΠΑΡΑΝΟΜΙΑΣ ΠΟΥ ΣΥΝΤΕΛΕΣΤΗΚΕ ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΕΠΑΙΣΧΥΝΤΗ ΚΑΙ ΠΡΟΔΟΤΙΚΗ ΣΥΜΦΩΝΙΑ ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ
Γράφει ο Γιώργος Ρωμανός
«Ο μόνος σίγουρα χαμένος αγώνας είναι αυτός που δεν δόθηκε ποτέ» Γ.Ρ.
Β΄ Μέρος
Οι παραβιάσεις της διεθνούς νομολογίας
Και σε αυτό το Β΄ Μέρος των δύο κειμένων μου για την παράνομη και άκυρη «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών», (ΣτΠρ.), τόσο βάσει των νόμων και του Συντάγματος της Ελλάδος όσο και βάσει της Σύμβασης της Βιέννης και της Διεθνούς νομολογίας, θα ξεκινήσω με ανάλογο πρόλογο, όπως στο Α΄ Μέρους:

Στις 7 Δεκεμβρίου 2018 θα συζητηθεί στην ολομέλεια του Δικαστηρίου του Συμβουλίου της Επικρατείας (ΣτΕ) η αίτηση των Παμμακεδονικών Ενώσεων περί: αναστολής της «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών», (17/6/18,) και των συμπροσβαλλόμενων πράξεων, των επιστολών του Υπουργού Εξωτερικών προς ΕΕ και ΝΑΤΟ.
Έτσι, η 7/12/2018 είναι μια ημερομηνία ορόσημο για παράλληλη παράσταση και προσφυγή στο ΣτΕ οποιουδήποτε Μακεδονικού Δήμου-πόλεως, Μακεδονικού φορέα, συλλόγου ή και Μακεδόνα ως άτομο, που έχουν οποιοδήποτε! έννομο συμφέρον, (εθνικό ή και απλό εμπορικό) να προσφύγουν στο ΣτΕ παράλληλα με την προσφυγή των Παμμακεδονικών οργανώσεων κατά της δουλόφρονης και προδοτικής «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών».
Αυτό αποτελεί μια δεύτερη χρυσή ευκαιρία για κάθε Μακεδόνα πατριώτη ο οποίος με την κατάλληλη νομική και συνταγματολογική υποστήριξη μπορεί να ζητήσει τη δικαίωσή του στο δικαστήριο του ΣτΕ.
Τα στοιχεία έρευνας που παραθέτω εύχομαι να χρησιμεύσουν σε νομικούς και συνταγματολόγους, κυρίως λόγω λογικής επαγωγικής και αφηγηματολογικής πληρότητας, καθώς τα καταθέτω ως μη νομικός.
Μόνο κίνητρο μου το βαθύτατο αίσθημα αγωνιάς για την καταστροφή που απειλεί την ιδιαίτερη πατρίδα μου, την Μακεδονία, την γενέτειρά μου, διαιώνια ελληνική Θεσσαλονίκη, αλλά και την απειλούμενη, κυρίως από εσωτερικούς εχθρούς, χώρα μας με την εν προόδω σχεδιαζόμενη διάλυση της εθνικής και κρατικής της υπόστασης, ειδικά στη Βόρειο Ελλάδα.
Συνοπτικά σημειώνω τα εξής:
α. Στο Α΄ Μέρος απέδειξα ότι η «ΣτΠρ.» στηρίζεται σε πλαστά στοιχεία τα οποία είναι αποτέλεσμα διεθνών πιέσεων και εκβιασμών προς την Ελλάδα από συγκεκριμένα κέντρα του εξωτερικού τα οποία συνεργάζονται με δουλόφρονους ελληνώνυμους πολιτικούς της χώρας μας.
Έτσι, και βάσει του διεθνούς δικαίου κάθε συμφωνία που βασίζεται σε πλαστά στοιχεία είναι παράνομη. Και πλαστά είναι τα περί δήθεν «Μακεδονικής» εθνότητας των Σλαβοαλβανών, και ομοίως της δήθεν «Σλαβομακεδονικής γλώσσας», του πολιτισμού, και της συνείδησής τους η οποία δεν αλλάζει παρά την κλοπή αντίστοιχων ελληνικών πολιτιστικών στοιχείων.
β. Η «ΣτΠρ.» ως κυβερνητική πράξη μπορεί να είναι μεν απρόσβλητη, αλλά στην πρόσφατη πρώτη αρνητική απόφαση του ΣτΕ συνάγεται, σημείο 7, ότι μπορούν να προσβληθούν από το ΣτΕ τα αποτελέσματα που οδηγούν στην αναστολή Συνταγματικών δικαιωμάτων των Ελλήνων, και όχι μόνο…
γ. Εκκρεμή απόφαση (90 ημέρες από την κατάθεσή της) για άλλη πρόσφατη προσφυγή εναντίον του Υπουργείου Πολιτισμού της χώρας μας, σχετική με την παραβίαση (κλοπή) πνευματικών δικαιωμάτων των Ελλήνων από τους Σλαβοαλβανούς Σκοπιανούς.
Τα δικαιώματα αυτά αφορούν την ελληνική γλώσσα η οποία διαστρέφεται ως δήθεν «Ελληνική Μακεδονική» και «Σκοπιανή Μακεδονική», τα τραγούδια, τις τελετουργίες, και κάθε άλλο ελληνικό πολιτιστικό αντικείμενο.
Συνακόλουθα και επ’ αυτού μεθοδεύεται, όπως και στην «ΣτΠρ.», η ουσιαστική παράκαμψη του πρόεδρου της ελληνικής Δημοκρατίας, βλ. Άρθρο 35 του Συντάγματος, ή ο εκβιασμός του να υπογράψει μια παράνομη δήθεν «Συμφωνία».
δ. Το Σκοπιανό Συνταγματικό Δικαστήριο έχει ήδη δημιουργήσει σχετικό δεδικασμένο απόρριψης, λόγω παράκαμψης του Σκοπιανού προέδρου, για προηγούμενη συμφωνία τους επί ενός αγωγού.
ε. Κατά τις μυστικές (!) και δόλιες δήθεν «συνομιλίες» πριν από την υπογραφή της «ΣτΠρ.» κρύφτηκε και παράνομα δεν λήφθηκε υπόψη από τους ελληνώνυμους «διαπραγματευτές μας» η απόφαση 1448/2009 του Αρείου Πάγου σύμφωνα με την οποία: Ο όρος Μακεδονία είναι ιστορικός, γεωγραφικός και όχι εθνοτικός.
Που θα πει, ότι ο Μακεδόνας είναι Έλληνας, όπως είναι και ο Θρακιώτης, ο Θεσσαλός, ο Αθηναίος, ο Κρητικός, κ.ο.κ. Και έτσι δεν μπορεί ένα μωσαϊκό μεταναστών και εθνοτήτων να αποκτήσει εθνοτική ταυτότητα, γλώσσα και κράτος δια της κλοπής, όταν μάλιστα μετανάστευσε μόλις τον 7ο αι. στα χώματα της Παιονίας (κυρίως) και της Δαρδανίας, δηλαδή εκτός της αρχαίας και της νεώτερης Μακεδονίας η οποία ήταν και είναι μόνο Ελλάδα. Έτσι, όμως, δημιουργείται μία πλαστή εθνότητα και αυτό είναι διεθνές στοιχείο ακυρότητας.
1. Οι παραβιάσεις της «Σύμβασης της Βιέννης», (1969 – 1980)
1.1. Κατά το άρθρο 18 της Συνθήκης της Βιέννης (Ν.Δ. 402/1974 «Περί κυρώσεως της από 23 Μαΐου 1969 Συμβάσεως της Βιέννης περί του Δικαίου των Συνθηκών και του προσηρτημένου αυτή παραρτήματος, ΦΕΚ Α΄ 141) από τη στιγμή που υπεγράφη τα όργανα της Ελληνικής Πολιτείας οφείλουν να απέχουν από ενέργειες οι οποίες αντιβαίνουν στο περιεχόμενο της εν λόγω Συνθήκης.
Αλλά αυτό ισχύει και για την FYROM. Κι όμως από την ημέρα υπογραφής, 17/6/18, της λεγόμενης «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών» ο πρωθυπουργός της κ. Ζόραν Ζάεφ αναφέρεται συνεχώς στην χώρα του αποκλειστικά με την λέξη «Μακεδονία», σε «Μακεδονικό Στρατό», σε «Μακεδονική γλώσσα», «Μακεδονική εθνότητα», κ.λπ. χωρίς το υποχρεωτικό επίθετο «Βόρεια», «Βόρειος», κ.ο.κ.
Και αυτό σημαίνει άμεση διεκδίκηση και ενσωμάτωση της μοναδικής Μακεδονίας των Ελλήνων ως περιοχή της Βορείου Ελλάδος η οποία φέρει και το μοναδικό αρχαιοελληνικό όνομα.
1.2. Η λεγόμενη «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» υπο το πρίσμα της «Σύμβασης της Βιέννης», αλλά και άλλων άρθρων του Διεθνούς Δικαίου αποδεικνύεται άκυρη και παράνομη, τουλάχιστον, για τους παρακάτω τέσσερις γενικούς κανόνες:
1,2, α. Στη «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών», δεν αναγράφεται ξεκάθαρα και πλήρως το καθεστώς ακυρότητάς της (ο διεθνής όρος Status quo ante, -επαναφορά στο προηγούμενο καθεστώς) με την ρητή αναφορά ότι το εν λόγω κράτος θα συνεχίσει να ονομάζεται FYROM, με ό,τι αυτό σημαίνει διεθνώς, εάν η «Συμφωνία» αποτύχει. Κυρίως δεν αναφέρεται ποιος είναι ο θεματοφύλακας, με απλά λόγια ο χειριστής της ανάκλησης αυτής της «Συμφωνίας».
Αν δεν υφίσταται ρητώς η ορθή ευχέρεια καταγγελίας της «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών», βάσει της ΣτΒ τότε η μη δυνατότητα καταγγελίας συνιστά πράξη αθέμιτο, και τούτο διότι θεωρητικά δεν βασίζεται σε μονομερή βούληση, αλλά στη συμβατική άδεια εκ της σχετικής ελλείψεως την οποία εμπεριέχει η «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» από τη σύναψή της.
Σημειώνεται, ότι στη «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών», στα Άρθρο 19, περί: Επίλυσης Διαφορών, στα 1,2,3, και στο Άρθρο 20 προβλέπεται μόνο η γενικόλογη δυνατότητα προσφυγής στον ΟΗΕ προς επίλυση, βλέπε Άρθρο 20 της «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών», με ασαφέστατη την περαιτέρω πορεία, τύχη και μέλλον της εν λόγω «Συμφωνίας». Πόσο μάλλον όταν αυτή η δόλια και προδοτική «Συμφωνία» προβλέπει επί ορισμένων θεμάτων «ορίμανση 5 ετών».
1,2, β. Στην ίδια, ΣτΒ, βλέπε τα περί: «Απάτης, Άρθρο 49, σελ.19-23. «Οσάκις το κράτος ήχθη εις συνομολόγησιν συνθήκης συνεπεία δολίας συμπεριφοράς ετέρου κράτους (δηλαδή, των Σκοπίων, με πλαστά στοιχεία περί εθνότητας, γλώσσας, πολιτισμού) έχοντος συμμετάσχει εις τας διαπραγματεύσεις, τούτο δύναται να επικαλεσθή την απάτην ως ακυρούσαν την δοθείσαν συναίνεσιν του όπως δεσμευθή διά της συνθήκης.» Στο Άρθρον 50 «Δωροδοκία- αντιπροσώπου κράτους.» Θέμα δωροδοκίας έθεσε η ίδια η κυβέρνηση ΣΥΡΙΖΑ εναντίον της Ρωσικής Δημοκρατίας.
1,2,γ. Στην ίδια, Άρθρο 53: «Συνθήκες που συγκρούονται με αναγκαστικό κανόνα του γενικού Διεθνούς Δικαίου» Και:
1,2, δ. Κανόνες συνυφασμένοι με την ΣτΒ, γνωστοί ως κανόνες: ius cogens γενικά
1.3. Είναι υποχρεωτικά, σύμφωνα με την «Σύμβαση της Βιέννης», τα εξής: «…η επικύρωση και όχι η υπογραφή είναι εκείνη που παρέχει στη «Συνθήκη των Πρεσπών» την οριστική της ισχύ.
Αλλά, ως πράξη για να χαρακτηρισθεί «οριστική και αμετάκλητος», σύμφωνα με τη ΣτΒ, θα πρέπει να καλύπτεται «ολόκληρο το κείμενο της «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών» και «να μην υπάρχει καμία επιφύλαξη. (ΣτΒ).»
Αλλά, αυτό στην πράξη είναι αδύνατον, γιατί στη «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» και στο Άρθρο 1, 10α, προβλέπονται εκκρεμότητες προσαρμογής και ολοκλήρωσής διαφόρων διεργασιών επονομαζόμενων ως: «τεχνική μεταβατική περίοδος» διαρκείας 5 ετών.
Ενώ, από την άλλη, η εν λόγω «Συμφωνία» παράγει τελεσίδικα και μη αντιστρεπτά αποτελέσματα για την Ελλάδα με την έναρξη της ενταξιακής διαδικασίας στο ΝΑΤΟ και τις ενταξιακές διαπραγματεύσεις με την ΕΕ.
Κι αυτό έχει άμεση σχέση με το: «καθεστώς ακυρότητας βάσει της Σύμβασης της Βιέννης (άρθρα 42-45), καθώς παράγει μονομερώς βλαπτικά για την Ελλάδα αποτελέσματα.
1.4. Κάθε Διεθνής Συνθήκη είναι νομικό κείμενο που εκφράζει τη συμφωνία δύο ή περισσότερων υποκειμένων του διεθνούς δικαίου με δυνατότητα να δημιουργηθούν, μεταβληθούν ή να αρθούν δικαιώματα και υποχρεώσεις στο πεδίο του Διεθνούς Δικαίου, τα οποία θα διέπονται από αυτό. Βλ. Άρθρο 2 παρ. 1 πρ. 1 Σύμβαση της Βιέννης.
Από αυτό εξάγεται, ότι τα δικαιώματα αυτά ισχύουν κατά μείζονα λόγο όταν σε Διεθνείς Συνθήκες εμπεριέχονται σημεία και νοήματα με ασάφεια ή παραπλανητική διατύπωση πράγμα το οποίο ισχύει σε πολλά σημεία της «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών».
2. Στη «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» παραβιάζονται Γενικές Αρχές και κανόνες του Διεθνούς Δικαίου
Μερικοί από αυτούς είναι και οι ακόλουθοι επτά διεθνείς ερμηνευτικοί κανόνες οι οποίοι ισχύουν για όλες τις Συμφωνίες παγκοσμίως και τους οποίους επιτάσσει η διεθνής νομολογία Ήτοι:
2.1. Την αρχή της καλής πίστης, που οδηγεί στην αναζήτηση της πραγματικής πρόθεσης των συμβαλλομένων, βάσει του κειμένου ή άλλων στοιχείων.
2.2. Την αρχή της καθόλου έρευνας του κειμένου και όχι τμηματικά αυτού.
2.3. Την αρχή όπου σαφείς διατάξεις δεν χρήζουν ερμηνειών.
2.4. Την αναζήτηση της σκοπιμότητας.
2,5. Την ερμηνεία εκ της συμπεριφοράς των συμβαλλομένων στη πράξη!
2.6. Την προσφυγή σε προπαρασκευαστικές εργασίες, εφόσον το κείμενο παρουσιάζει ασάφειες.
2.7. Η κατά κανόνα προβλεπόμενη καταγγελία συνθήκης αφορά πρωτίστως τις διμερείς συνθήκες.
Η καταγγελία συνθήκης εκ μέρους μιας των συμβαλλομένων Χωρών αποτελεί πάντα μονομερή πράξη. Δι’ αυτής ένα συμβαλλόμενο Κράτος ανακοινώνει τη πρόθεσή του, με ρητή κοινοποίηση, ότι παύει να δεσμεύεται από τη συγκεκριμένη Συνθήκη, οποτεδήποτε αυτό κρίνει!
3. Η Διεθνής αρχή: pacta sunt servanda ΑΠΑΓΟΡΕΥΕΙ στα κράτη, και γενικά στα υποκείμενα του Διεθνούς Δικαίου να δεσμευθούν από «ελαττωματικές διεθνείς υποχρεώσεις, είτε το ελάττωμά τους οφείλεται στη διαδικασία σύναψης της συνθήκης, είτε στο περιεχόμενό της.»
4. Βασική αρχή στην οποία βασίζεται το καθεστώς της ακυρότητας και γενική αρχή του διεθνούς δικαίου είναι η αρχή της καλής πίστης, όπως ήδη προαναφέρθηκε. Το Διεθνές Δικαστήριο της Χάγης στην απόφαση του Nuclear Tests δέχθηκε ότι αυτή αποτελεί κεντρικό σημείο του διεθνούς δικαίου.
Σχετικά με τα ως άνω και τα εξής:
Ι. McNair, Law of Treaties, σελ. 10 για την προέλευση των Συνθηκών γενικά από το δίκαιο των ιδιωτικών συμβάσεων ( με ιδιαίτερη έμφαση στο αγγλικό δίκαιο), σε O. Corten & P. Klein (Επιμ), The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. A commentary. Vol. II, σελ. .
ΙΙ. Klabbers σε «The Oxford Guide to Treaties», σελ. 552.
ΙΙΙ. Nuclear Tests Case (Australia v.France), International Court of Justice (ICJ), 20 December 1974, available at: httpQ//www.refxorld.org/docid/4023a57c7, σελ.253,268,παρ.46. Επίσης βλ. Την υπόθεση Gabčikovo-Nagymaros Project, Hungary v Slovakia, Judgment, Merits, ICJ GL No 92, [1997] ICJ Rep 7, [1997] ICJ Rep 88, (1998) 37 ILM 162, ICGJ 66 (ICJ 1997), 25th September 1997, International Court of Justice [ICJ] «Every treaty in force is binding upon the parties to it and must be performed by them in good faith.», σελ.162, παρ.142, και πολλά άλλα.
5. Η «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» οφείλει και υποχρεούται να ακολουθεί τις αποφάσεις του Διεθνούς Δικαστηρίου της Χάγης, και σχετικές Συμφωνίες της Ουνέσκο, πράγμα που δεν συμβαίνει.
Η παράθεση ανάλογων δεδικασμένων εναντίον της «ΣτΠρ.» ξεπερνά κατά πολύ την έκταση του παρόντος κειμένου και πρέπει να αναπτυχθούν από τους καθ’ ύλην αρμόδιους.
6. Στην εν λόγω «Συμφωνία των Πρεσπών» παράγονται σοβαρές δουλείες σε βάρος της Ελλάδος, μερικές των οποίων εξετέθησαν και στο Α΄ Μέρος αυτών των κειμένων.
6. 1. Τόσο στο Άρθρο 13, βάσει του οποίου παραδίδονται τα ελληνικά λιμάνια και η οψέποτε κηρυχθείσα ελληνική ΑΟΖ, όσο και γιατί στο Άρθρο 14, 4 η Ελλάς αναλαμβάνει την υποχρέωση: «να αναπτύξει και να ενισχύσει τη συνεργασία της με τα Σκόπια όσον αφορά στην ενέργεια, ιδίως δια της κατασκευής, συντήρησης και χρήσης διασυνδεόμενων αγωγών φυσικού αερίου και πετρελαίου (υφιστάμενων, υπό κατασκευή και σχεδιαζόμενων)!»
Αυτό σημαίνει πως η υπερχρεωμένη για τον επόμενο αιώνα Ελλάδα θα είναι υποχρεωμένη να κατασκευάζει και να συντηρεί αγωγούς ενέργειας «υφισταμένους και σχεδιαζόμενους» τους οποίους θα τους προωθεί στην FYROM και θα τους διαμοιράζεται με αυτήν επί ίσους όροις.
Έτσι, πέραν της πρόσθετης οικονομικής δουλείας που επιτάσσει το άρθρο αυτό, καθίσταται εύλογο το ερώτημα: πώς είναι δυνατόν να δεσμευτεί η Ελλάδα από τώρα για κάτι που θα σχεδιαστεί στο μέλλον; Και βάσει των αναγκών ποίου κράτους;
Ωστόσο, ο καταναγκασμός σε βάρος της Ελλάδος συνεχίζεται, στο ίδιο Άρθρο, 14, 4, όπου υπάρχει πρόβλεψη-εντολή η οποία επί λέξη: «αφορά στις ανανεώσιμες πηγές ενέργειας, περιλαμβανομένων των φωτοβολταϊκών, της αιολικής και της υδρο-ηλεκτρικής ενέργειας.
Πιθανά εκκρεμή ζητήματα θα αντιμετωπισθούν χωρίς καθυστέρηση, με τη σύναψη αμοιβαίως επωφελών διακανονισμών λαμβάνοντας σοβαρά υπ’ όψιν την Ευρωπαϊκή Ενεργειακή Πολιτική και το ευρωπαϊκό κεκτημένο.
Το Πρώτο Μέρος (η Ελλάς) θα διευκολύνει το Δεύτερο (εννοεί την FYROM χωρίς να την αναφέρει με το όνομα αυτό) με κατάλληλη μεταφορά τεχνογνωσίας και εμπειρίας.».
Κι αυτό, όπως ρητώς αναφέρεται στο εν λόγω Άρθρο μέχρι του επιπέδου της μεταφοράς ελληνικής νανοτεχνολογίας από την Ελλάδα προς την FYROM.
Έτσι, όμως, με όσα περιλαμβάνει αυτή η «Συμφωνία» δίνεται η δυνατότητα στο κράτος της FYROM, αν κρίνει ότι η Ελλάδα στο μέλλον δεν του μετέφερε την κατάλληλή «τεχνογνωσία και εμπειρία» να προσφύγει σε διεθνή δικαστήρια ή fora και να καταδικαστεί η Ελλάδα ή να εξαναγκαστεί σε ρήτρες τις οποίες θα πρέπει να καταβάλλει στην FYROM.
Τα σημεία τα οποία παράγουν δουλείες με την μορφή μονομερών εκχωρήσεων δικαιωμάτων και τεχνογνωσία υψηλότατου επιπέδου της Ελλάδος προς την FYROM είναι πολλά.
Έτσι, οι δουλείες που προαναφέρθηκαν για την Ελλάδα είναι: επαχθείς και μονομερείς προς την FYROM, σε βαθμό τέτοιο ώστε εκτός από την παράδοση της Μακεδονίας, (όνομα, εθνότητα, γλώσσα) η Ελλάδα να εξαναγκάζεται να συμπεριφερθεί σαν να είχε νικηθεί σε πόλεμο από την FYROM.
Εν κατακλείδι:
Τα όσα εξετέθησαν αποτελούν μια σύντομη προσέγγιση των διεθνών παρανομιών και της ουσιαστικής ακυρότητας της «Συμφωνίας των Πρεσπών».
Η μεγίστη σοβαρότητα του ζητήματος απαιτεί όλα όσα προανέφερα να αναπτυχθούν με την κατάλληλη νομική και συνταγματική τεκμηρίωση, ώστε η δουλόφρονα «ΣτΠρ.», να ακυρωθεί τόσο σε ανώτατο επίπεδο εντός της Ελλάδος όσο και με προσβολή της σε όλα τα Διεθνή αρμόδια δικαστικά και μη όργανα.
Ως Έλληνες, ερήμην της δουλόφρονης κρατικής ολιγαρχίας και τυραννίας που μας κυβερνά, καταπατώντας μεταξύ πολλών άλλων και το νόμιμο δικαίωμά μας για δημοψήφισμα, στο μέγιστό θέμα Μακεδονίας, οφείλουμε και πρέπει να καταγγείλουμε την «ΣτΠρ.», εκτός από το ΣτΕ και στα διεθνή δικαστήρια.
Όπως το Ευρωπαϊκό Δικαστήριο Ανθρωπίνων Δικαιωμάτων, για μη εφαρμογή της Ευρωπαϊκής Σύμβασης για τα Δικαιώματα του Ανθρώπου, λόγω της κλοπής κ
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ACROSS THE COUNTRY, A NEW COHORT OF PROGRESSIVES IS RUNNING FOR—AND WINNING—ELECTIONS. The stunning victory of democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the Democratic congressional primary in New York is perhaps the most well-known, but she is far from alone. Most of these candidates are young, more than usual are people of color, many are women, several are Muslims, at least one is a refugee, at least one is transgender—and all are unabashedly left. Most come to electoral politics after years of activism around issues like immigration, climate and racism. They come out of a wide range of social movements and support policy demands that reflect the principles of those movements: labor rights, immigrant and refugee rights, women’s and gender rights, equal access to housing and education, environmental justice, and opposition to police violence and racial profiling. Some, though certainly not all, identify not just with the policies of socialism but with the fundamental core values and indeed the name itself, usually in the form of democratic socialism.

Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian-American woman in Detroit, just won the Democratic primary for the legendary Congressman John Conyers’ seat. Four women, two of them members of Democratic Socialists of America and all four endorsed by DSA, beat their male incumbent opponents in Pennsylvania state house primaries. Tahirah Amatul-Wadud is running an insurgent campaign for Congress against a longstanding incumbent in western Massachusetts, keeping her focus on Medicare-for-All and civil rights. Minnesota State Rep. Ilhan Omar, a former Somali refugee, won endorsement from the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, and is running for Keith Ellison’s former congressional seat as an “intersectional feminist.” And there are more.

Many highlight their movement experience in their campaigns; they are champions of immigrant rights, healthcare, student debt organizing and the fight for $15. Intersectionality has grown stronger, as the extremism of Trump’s right-wing racist assault creates significant new gains in linking separate movements focused on racism, women’s rights, immigrant rights, climate, poverty, labor rights and more.

But mostly, we’re not seeing progressive and socialist candidates clearly link domestic issues with efforts to challenge war, militarism and the war economy. There are a few exceptions: Congressional candidate and Hawaii State Rep. Kaniela Ing speaks powerfully about U.S. colonialism in Hawaii, and Virginia State Rep. Lee J. Carter has spoken strongly against U.S. bombing of Syria, linking current attacks with the legacy of U.S. military interventions. There may be more. But those are exceptions; most of the new left candidates focus on crucial issues of justice at home.

A progressive foreign policy must reject U.S. military and economic domination and instead be grounded in global cooperation, human rights, respect for international law and privileging diplomacy over war.

It’s not that progressive leaders don’t care about international issues, or that our movements are divided. Despite too many common assumptions, it is not political suicide for candidates or elected officials to stake out progressive anti-war, anti-militarism positions. Quite the contrary: Those positions actually have broad support within both our movements and public opinion. It’s just that it’s hard to figure out the strategies that work to connect internationally focused issues, anti-war efforts, or challenges to militarism, with the wide array of activists working on locally grounded issues. Some of those strategies seem like they should be easy—like talking about slashing the 53 cents of every discretionary federal dollar that now goes to the military as the easiest source to fund Medicare-for-all or free college education. It should be easy, but somehow it’s not: Too often, foreign policy feels remote from the urgency of domestic issues facing such crises. When our movements do figure out those strategies, candidates can easily follow suit.

Candidates coming out of our movements into elected office will need clear positions on foreign policy. Here are several core principles that should shape those positions.

A progressive foreign policy must reject U.S. military and economic domination and instead be grounded in global cooperation, human rights, respect for international law and privileging diplomacy over war. That does not mean isolationism, but instead a strategy of diplomatic engagement rather than—not as political cover for—destructive U.S. military interventions that have so often defined the U.S. role in the world.

Looking at the political pretexts for what the U.S. empire is doing around the world today, a principled foreign policy might start by recognizing that there is no military solution to terrorism and that the global war on terror must be ended.

More broadly, the militarization of foreign policy must be reversed and diplomacy must replace military action in every venue, with professional diplomats rather than the White House’s political appointees in charge. Aspiring and elected progressive and socialist office-holders should keep in mind the distinction between the successes and failures of Obama’s foreign policy. The victories were all diplomatic: moving towards normalization with Cuba, the Paris climate accord and especially the Iran nuclear deal. Obama’s greatest failures—in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen—all occurred because the administration chose military action over robust diplomacy.

Certainly, diplomacy has been a tool in the arsenal of empires, including the United States. But when we are talking about official policies governing relations between countries, diplomacy—meaning talking, negotiating and engaging across a table—is always, always better than engaging across a battlefield.

A principled foreign policy must recognize how the war economy has distorted our society at home—and commit to reverse it. The $717 billion of the military budget is desperately needed for jobs, healthcare and education here at home—and for a diplomatic surge and humanitarian and reconstruction assistance to people of countries devastated by U.S. wars and sanctions.

A principled foreign policy must acknowledge how U.S. actions—military, economic and climate-related—have been a driving force in displacing people around the world. We therefore have an enormous moral as well as legal obligation to take the lead in providing humanitarian support and refuge for those displaced—so immigration and refugee rights are central to foreign policy.

For too long the power of the U.S. empire has dominated international relations, led to the privileging of war over diplomacy on a global scale, and created a vast—and invasive—network of 800-plus military bases around the world.

Now, overall U.S. global domination is actually shrinking, and not only because of Trump’s actions. China’s economy is rapidly catching up, and its economic clout in Africa and elsewhere eclipses that of the United States. It’s a measure of the United States’ waning power that Europe, Russia and China are resisting U.S. efforts to impose new global sanctions on Iran. But the United States is still the world’s strongest military and economic power: Its military spending vastly surpasses that of the eight next strongest countries, it is sponsoring a dangerous anti-Iran alliance between Israel and the wealthy Gulf Arab states, it remains central to NATO decision-making, and powerful forces in Washington threaten new wars in North Korea and Iran. The United States remains dangerous.

Progressives in Congress have to navigate the tricky task of rejecting American exceptionalism. That means recognizing that it is often a good thing when U.S. global military and economic efforts fail, because they are generally aimed at maintaining domination and control. Without that U.S. domination, the possibility arises of a new kind of internationalism: to prevent and solve crises that arise from current and potential wars, to promote nuclear disarmament, to come up with climate solutions and to protect refugees.

That effort is increasingly important because of the rapid rise of right-wing xenophobic authoritarians seeking and winning power. Trump is now leading and enabling an informal global grouping of such leaders, from Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to Victor Orban in Hungary and others. Progressive elected officials in the United States can pose an important challenge to that authoritarian axis by building ties with their like-minded counterparts in parliaments and governments—possibilities include Jeremy Corbyn in the United Kingdom and Andrés Manuel López Obrador in Mexico, among others. And progressive and leftist members of Congress will need to be able to work together with social movements to build public pressure for diplomatic initiatives not grounded in the interests of U.S. empire.

In addition to these broad principles, candidates and elected officials need critical analyses of current U.S. engagement around the world, as well as nuanced prescriptions for how to de-escalate militarily, and ramp up a new commitment to serious diplomacy.

GEOPOLITICAL POWER PLAYS

RUSSIA: Relations with Russia will be a major challenge for the foreseeable future. With 90 percent of the world’s nuclear weapons in U.S. and Russian hands, and the two powers deploying military forces on opposite sides of active battlefronts in Syria, it is crucial that relations remain open—not least to derail potential escalations and ensure the ability to stand down from any accidental clash.

Progressives and leftists in Congress will need to promote a nuanced, careful approach to Russia policy. And they will face a daunting environment in which to do so. They will have to deal with loud cries from right-wing war-mongers, mainly Republicans, and from neo-con interventionists in both parties, demanding a one-sided anti-Russia policy focused on increased sanctions and potentially even military threats. But many moderate and liberal Democrats—and much of the media—are also joining the anti-Russia crusade. Some of those liberals and moderates have likely bought into the idea of American exceptionalism, accepting as legitimate or irrelevant the long history of U.S. election meddling around the world and viewing the Russian efforts as somehow reaching a whole different level of outrageousness. Others see the anti-Russia mobilization solely in the context of undermining Trump.

But at the same time, progressive Congress members should recognize that reports of Russian efforts to interfere with the 2016 and 2018 elections cannot be dismissed out of hand. They should continue to demand that more of the evidence be made public, and condemn the Russian meddling that has occurred, even while recognizing that the most serious threats to our elections come from voter suppression campaignsat home more than from Moscow. And they have to make clear that Trump’s opponents cannot be allowed to turn the president’s infatuation with Vladimir Putin into the basis for a new Cold War, simply to oppose Trump.

CHINA: The broad frame of a progressive approach should be to end Washington’s provocative military and economic moves and encourage deeper levels of diplomatic engagement. This means replacing military threats with diplomacy in response to Chinese moves in the South China Sea, as well as significant cuts in the ramped-up military ties with U.S. allies in the region, such as Vietnam. Progressive and socialist members of Congress and other elected officials will no doubt be aware that the rise of China’s economic dominance across Africa, and its increasing influence in parts of Latin America, could endanger the independence of countries in those parts of the Global South. But they will also need to recognize that any U.S. response to what looks like Chinese exploitation must be grounded in humility, acknowledging the long history of U.S. colonial and neocolonial domination throughout those same regions. Efforts to compete with Chinese economic assistance by increasing Washington’s own humanitarian and development aid should mean directing all funds through the UN, rather than through USAID or the Pentagon. That will make U.S. assistance far less likely to be perceived as—and to be—an entry point for exploitation.

NATO: A progressive position on NATO flies straight into the face of the partisan component of the anti-Trump resistance—the idea that if Trump is for it, we should be against it. For a host of bad reasons that have to do with personal enrichment and personal power, Trump sometimes takes positions that large parts of the U.S. and global anti-war and solidarity movements have long supported. One of those is NATO. During the Cold War, NATO was the European military face of U.S.-dominated Western anti-Communism and anti-Sovietism. With the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, peace activists from around the world called for the dissolution of NATO as an anachronistic relic whose raison d’etre was now gone.

Instead, NATO used its 50th anniversary in 1999 to rebrand itself as defending a set of amorphous, ostensibly “Western” values such as democracy, rather than having any identifiable enemy—something like a military version of the EU, with the United States on board for clout. Unable to win UN Security Council support for war in Kosovo, the United States and its allies used NATO to provide so-called authorization for a major bombing campaign—in complete violation of international law—and began a rapid expansion of the NATO alliance right up to the borders of Russia. Anti-war forces across the world continued to rally around the call “No to NATO”—a call to dissolve the alliance altogether.

But when Trump, however falsely, claims to call for an end to the alliance, or shows disdain for NATO, anti-Trump politicians and media lead the way in embracing the military alliance as if it really did represent some version of human rights and international law. It doesn’t—and progressives in elected positions need to be willing to call out NATO as a militarized Cold War relic that shouldn’t be reconfigured to maintain U.S. domination in Europe or to mobilize against Russia or China or anyone else. It should be ended.

In fact, Trump’s claims to oppose NATO are belied by his actions. In his 2019 budget request he almost doubled the 2017 budget for the Pentagon’s “European Deterrence Initiative,” designed explicitly as a response to “threats from Russia.” There is a huge gap between Trump’s partisan base-pleasing condemnation of NATO and his administration&rdqou;s actual support for strengthening the military alliance. That contradiction should make it easier for progressive candidates and officeholders to move to cut NATO funding and reduce its power—not because Trump is against NATO but because the military alliance serves as a dangerous provocation toward war.

THE WAR ON TERROR

What George W. Bush first called “the global war on terror” is still raging almost 17 years later, though with different forms of killing and different casualty counts. Today’s reliance on airstrikes, drone attacks and a few thousand special forces has replaced the hundreds of thousands of U.S. and allied ground troops. And today hardly any U.S. troops are being killed, while civilian casualties are skyrocketing across the Middle East and Afghanistan. Officials from the Bush, Obama and Trump administrations have repeated the mantra that “there is no military solution” in Afghanistan, Syria, or Iraq or against terrorism, but their actions have belied those words. Progressive elected officials need to consistently remind the public and their counterparts that it is not possible to bomb terrorism out of existence. Bombs don’t hit “terrorism”; they hit cities, houses, wedding parties. And on those rare occasions when they hit the people actually named on the White House&rdqou;s unaccountable kill list, or “terrorist” list, the impact often creates more terrorists.

The overall progressive policy on this question means campaigning for diplomatic solutions and strategies instead of military ones. That also means joining the ongoing congressional efforts led by Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and others  to challenge the continued reliance on the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for the Use of Military Force (AUMF).

In general, privileging diplomatic over war strategies starts with withdrawing troops and halting the arms sales that flood the region with deadly weapons. Those weapons too often end up in the hands of killers on all sides, from bands of unaccountable militants to brutally repressive governments, with civilians paying the price. Congress members should demand an end of massive arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other U.S. allies carrying out brutal wars across the Middle East, and they should call for an end to the practice of arming non-state proxies who kill even more people. They should call for a U.S. arms embargo on Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan, Jordan and Israel (which presents a whole other set of arms-related challenges), while urging Russia to stop its arms sales to Syria, Iran and Pakistan. Given the power of the arms industries in the United States, arms embargoes are the most difficult—but perhaps the most important—part of ending the expanding Middle East wars.

Progressives in Congress should demand real support for UN-sponsored and other international peace initiatives, staffing whole new diplomatic approaches whose goal is political solutions rather than military victories—and taking funds out of military budgets to cover the costs. The goal should be to end these endless wars—not try to “win&rdqou; them.

ISRAEL-PALESTINE: The most important thing for candidates to know is that there has been a massive shift in public opinion in recent years. It is no longer political suicide to criticize Israel. Yes, AIPAC and the rest of the right-wing Jewish, pro-Israel lobbies remain influential and have a lot of money to throw around. (The Christian Zionist lobbies are powerful too, but there is less political difficulty for progressives to challenge them.) But there are massive shifts underway in U.S. Jewish publicopinion on the conflict, and the lobbies cannot credibly claim to speak for the Jewish community as a whole.

Outside the Jewish community, the shift is even more dramatic, and has become far more partisan: Uncritical support for Israel is now overwhelmingly a Republican position. Among Democrats, particularly young Democrats, support for Israel has fallen dramatically; among Republicans, support for Israel’s far-right government is sky-high. The shift is particularly noticeable among Democrats of color, where recognition of the parallels between Israeli oppression of Palestinians and the legacies of Jim Crow segregation in the United States and apartheid in South Africa is rising rapidly.

U.S. policy, unfortunately, has not kept up with that changing discourse. But modest gains are evident even there. When nearly 60 members of the House and Senate openly skipped Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech when he came to lobby Congress to vote against President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, the sky didn’t fall. The snub to the Israeli prime minister was unprecedented, but no one lost their seat because of it. Rep. Betty McCollum’s bill to protect Palestinian children from Israel’s vicious military juvenile detention system (the only one in the world) now has 29 co-sponsors, and the sky still isn’t falling. Members of Congress are responding more frequently to Israeli assaults on Gaza and the killing of protesters, often because of powerful movements among their constituents. When Trump moved the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, the Israeli daily Ha’aretz acknowledged the divide: “While members of the Republican Party overwhelmingly expressed support for the move, Democrats were split between those who congratulated Trump for it and those who called it a dangerous and irresponsible action.”

That creates space for candidates and newly elected officials to respond to the growing portion of their constituencies that supports Palestinian rights. Over time, they must establish a rights-based policy. That means acknowledging that the quarter-century-long U.S.-orchestrated “peace process” based on the never-serious pursuit of a solution, has failed. Instead, left and progressive political leaders can advocate for a policy that turns over real control of diplomacy to the UN, ends support for Israeli apartheid and occupation, and instead supports a policy based on international law, human rights and equality for all, without privileging Jews or discriminating against non-Jews.

To progress from cautiously urging that Israel abide by international law, to issuing a full-scale call to end or at least reduce the $3.8 billion per year that Congress sends straight to the Israeli military, might take some time. In the meantime, progressive candidates must prioritize powerful statements condemning the massacre of unarmed protesters in Gaza and massive Israeli settlement expansion, demands for real accountability for Israeli violations of human rights and international law (including reducing U.S. support in response), and calls for an end to the longstanding U.S. protection that keeps Israel from being held accountable in the UN.

The right consistently accuses supporters of Palestinian rights of holding Israel to a double standard. Progressives in Congress should turn that claim around on them and insist that U.S. policy towards Israel—Washington’s closest ally in the region and the recipient of billions of dollars in military aid every year—hold Israel to exactly the same standards that we want the United States to apply to every other country: human rights, adherence to international law and equality for all.

Many supporters of the new crop of progressive candidates, and many activists in the movements they come out of, are supporters of the increasingly powerful, Palestinian-led BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement, that aims to bring non-violent economic pressure to bear on Israel until it ends its violations of international law. This movement deserves credit for helping to mainstream key demands—to end the siege of Gaza and the killing of protesters, to support investigations of Israeli violations by the International Criminal Court, to oppose Israel’s new “nation-state’ law—that should all be on lawmakers’ immediate agenda.

AFGHANISTAN: More than 100,000 Afghans and 2,000 U.S. troops have been killed in a U.S. war that has raged for almost 17 years. Not-Yet-President Trump called for withdrawal from Afghanistan, but within just a few months after taking office he agreed instead to send additional troops, even though earlier deployments of more than 100,000 U.S. troops (and thousands more coalition soldiers) could not win a military victory over the Taliban. Corruption in the U.S.-backed and -funded Afghan government remains sky-high, and in just the past three years, the Pentagon has lost track of how $3.1 billion of its Afghanistan funds were spent. About 15,000 US troops are still deployed, with no hope of a military victory for the United States.

Progressive members of Congress should demand a safe withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan, acting on the long-held recognition that military force simply won’t work to bring about the political solution all sides claim to want.

Several pending bills also would reclaim the centrality of Congress’ role in authorizing war in general and in Afghanistan in particular—including ending the 2001 AUMF. Funding for humanitarian aid, refugee support, and in the future compensation and reparations for the massive destruction the U.S.-led war has wrought across the country, should all be on Congress’ agenda, understanding that such funding will almost certainly fail while U.S. troops are deployed.

IRAN: With U.S. and Iranian military forces facing each other in Syria, the potential for an unintentional escalation is sky-high. Even a truly accidental clash between a few Iranian and U.S. troops, or an Iranian anti-aircraft system mistakenly locking on to a U.S. warplane plane even if it didn’t fire, could have catastrophic consequences without immediate military-to-military and quick political echelon discussions to defuse the crisis. And with tensions very high, those ties are not routinely available. Relations became very dangerous when Trump withdrew the United States from the multi-lateral nuclear deal in May. (At that time, a strong majority of people in the United States favored the deal, and less than one in three wanted to pull out of it.)

The United States continues to escalate threats against Iran. It is sponsoring a growing regional anti-Iran alliance, with Israel and Saudi Arabia now publicly allied and pushing strongly for military action. And Trump has surrounded himself with war-mongers for his top advisers, including John Bolton and Mike Pompeo, who have both supported regime change in Iran and urged military rather than diplomatic approaches to Iran.

Given all that, what progressive elected officials need to do is to keep fighting for diplomacy over war. That means challenging U.S. support for the anti-Iran alliance and opposing sanctions on Iran. It means developing direct ties with parliamentarians from the European and other signatories to the Iran nuclear deal, with the aim of collective opposition to new sanctions, re-legitimizing the nuclear deal in Washington and reestablishing diplomacy as the basis for U.S. relations with Iran.

It should also mean developing a congressional response to the weakening of international anti-nuclear norms caused by the pull-out from the Iran deal. That means not just supporting the nonproliferation goals of the Iran nuclear deal, but moving further towards real disarmament and ultimately the abolition of nuclear weapons. Progressives in and outside of Congress should make clear that nuclear nonproliferation (meaning no one else gets to have nukes) can’t work in the long run without nuclear disarmament (meaning that the existing nuclear weapons states have to give them up). That could start with a demand for full U.S. compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which calls for negotiations leading to “nuclear disarmament, and on a treaty on general and complete disarmament.”

SYRIA: Progressive candidates and elected officials should support policies designed to end, not “win” the war. That means withdrawing troops, ceasing airstrikes and drone attacks, and calling for an arms embargo on all sides of the multiple proxy war. The civil war component of the multiple wars in Syria is winding down as the regime consolidates its control, but the sectarian, regional and global components of that war have not disappeared, so continuing a call for an arms embargo is still important. The first step is to permanently end the Pentagon’s and the CIA’s “arm and train” policies that have prolonged the war and empowered some of its most dangerous actors.

There will also need to be negotiations between the regional and global actors that have been waging their own wars in Syria, wars that have little to do with Syria itself, but with Syrians doing the bulk of the dying. That means support for the UN’s and other internationally-sponsored de-escalation efforts, and serious engagement with Russia towards a permanent ceasefire, as well as the arms embargo. U.S. policy should include absolute prohibitions on Washington’s regional allies—including Saudi Arabia and Turkey—sending U.S.-provided arms into Syria. And progressive supporters of diplomacy should also maintain pressure on the United States to back multi-lateral diplomatic processes organized by the UN and others—on humanitarian issues in Geneva, and political issues in Astana. Cutting the United States’ multi-billion dollar arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Jordan, Turkey and other U.S. allies involved in the Syrian wars would also lend legitimacy to U.S. efforts within those diplomatic processes to press Russia to stop providing arms to the Assad regime.

IRAQ: Congress has largely abrogated its responsibilities even as the 15-year war initiated by the United States continues. Progressive policymakers would do well to join the existing efforts to end—not replace, but cancel—the 2002 Authorization for the Use of Military Force against Saddam Hussein's government in Iraq, and reopen congressional debate, with the goal of ending funding for war in Iraq once and for all. When President Obama withdrew the last troops from Iraq at the end of 2011, stating that “war in Iraq ends this month,” many assumed that the authorization ended as well. But it was never officially repealed and had no expiration date, and three years later Obama claimed that the then-12-year-old authorization justified the war against ISIS in Iraq. While Trump has relied primarily on the 2001 AUMF, the Iraq-specific authorization of 2002 remains in place and should be withdrawn. 

In the meantime, progressives in Congress should support many of the same policies for Iraq as for Syria: withdraw the troops and special forces, stop the assassination program that is the heart of Washington’s “counter-terrorism” campaign and cease sending arms. Congress should end funding to force the closure of the network of small “forward operating bases” and other U.S. military bases that may remain in U.S. hands in Iraq despite earlier agreements to turn them over to the Iraqi government. The U.S. must figure out new ways to provide financial compensation and support to the people whose country and society has been shredded by more than a dozen years of crippling U.S.-led economic sanctions bookended by two devastating wars (Desert Storm, starting in 1991, and the Iraq War, starting in 2003)—while somehow avoiding the further empowerment of corrupt and sectarian political and military leaders.

YEMEN AND SAUDI ARABIA: The ongoing Saudi-led war against Yemen reflects the most deadly front of Saudi Arabia’s competition with Iran for regional hegemony. The United States is providing indirect and direct support, including U.S. Air Force pilots providing in-air refueling so Saudi and UAE warplanes can bomb Yemen more efficiently, and Green Berets fighting alongside Saudi troops on the border, in what the New York Times called “a continuing escalation of America’s secret wars.”

The U.S.-backed Saudi war against Yemen has also created what the UN has declared the world’s most serious humanitarian crisis. Congress’ first action must be to immediately end all U.S. involvement in the war. Next, Congress must reject all approvals for arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE as long as they continue to bomb and blockade Yemen.

Ending these arms sales may be a serious challenge, given the power of the arms manufacturers’ lobby, Israel’s strong support of Saudi Arabia against Iran and the fact that Saudi Arabia remains the top U.S. arms customer. But recent efforts and relatively close votes in both the House and Senate, while not successful, indicate that challenging the longstanding process of providing the Saudis with whatever weapons they want may be closer to reality than anticipated. The House called the U.S. military involvement in the Saudi war in Yemen “unauthorized.” Reps. Ro Khanna, Marc Pocan and others have introduced numerous House bills in recent months aimed at reducing U.S. arms sales and involvement in the Saudi-led assault. In the Senate, a March resolution to end U.S. military involvement in the Yemen war failed by only 11 votes, a much narrower margin than anticipated. Progressive candidates and new members of Congress should support all those efforts, and move further with a call for ending the longstanding U.S. alliance with Saudi Arabia, especially military sales and support for the Saudi-Israeli partnership against Iran.

A QUICK GLANCE AT SOME OTHER POLICY QUESTIONS

NORTH KOREA: Progressive elected officials will need to support Trump’s diplomatic initiatives, challenging mainstream Democrats willing to abandon diplomacy because Trump supports it (however tactically or temporarily). Progressives will also need to condemn U.S. military provocations that undermine that same diplomacy, and build public and congressional support for the inter-Korean diplomatic moves already underway. That should include pushing for exemptions in the U.S.-imposed sanctions that would allow inter-Korean economic and other initiatives to go forward. Progressives in Congress can also play a major role in supporting people-to-people diplomacy with North Korea, and they can lead the way in replacing the current armistice with a peace treaty finally ending the Korean War.

AFRICA: Across the continent, there is an urgent need to reverse the militarization of foreign policy, including reducing the size, breadth of responsibilities and theater of operations of AFRICOM.  The wide-ranging but unauthorized and largely secretive special operations and other military actions across the continent violate not only international law, but U.S. domestic law as well.

LATIN AMERICA: In Latin America, there is an urgent need for a new anti-interventionist policy, not least to stop the current attempts to take advantage of serious domestic crises in Venezuela, Nicaragua and elsewhere. Progressives will need to challenge the U.S. economic and foreign policies that create refugees from Central America in particular (including the consequences of the U.S. wars of the 1980s), even while fighting to protect those migrants seeking safety in the United States as a result of those earlier policies. Regarding Mexico, Congress needs to fight for a U.S. position in trade negotiations that is not based on economic nationalism, but rather on making sure that Mexican workers and U.S. workers are both equally lifted up. Left policymakers will also have the chance to play a leading role in forging a new relationship with Mexico’s just-elected progressive President Lopez-Obrador. 

All of the areas where U.S. wars are or were underway, as well as places where U.S. economic and climate policies have helped create crises threatening people’s lives, also become areas from which migrants are forced to flee their homes. U.S. policymakers must acknowledge that U.S. policies are direct causes of the refugee crises that exist in and around the war zones and climate crisis zones of the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere—and that the refugees seeking asylum in Europe, and the far fewer trying to come to the United States, are a consequence of those policies. So progressive candidates and policymakers should support massive expansion of funding for these victims of war, including humanitarian support in their home regions and acceptance of far greater numbers of refugees into the United States. They must directly challenge the xenophobic policies of the Trump administration that include the Muslim Ban, the separation of children from their families at the border and the vast reduction in refugees accepted into this country. In Congress, that might include introducing bills to cut funding for ICE or eliminate the institution altogether.

Finally, progressive candidates and elected officials will need to continue to craft policy proposals that recognize what happens when the U.S. wars come home. This requires more voices in Congress challenging the military budget because it’s used to kill people abroad and because the money is needed for jobs, health care and education at home. It means challenging Islamophobia rising across the United States because of how it threatens Muslims in the United States and because it is used to build support for wars against predominantly Muslim countries. It means exposing—on the floor of the House and beyond—the fact that the Muslim bans targeted primarily countries the United States was bombing, sanctioning or stationing soldiers in. And it means being clear that protecting refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants has to include ending the wars that create refugees in the first place.

Certainly, we shouldn’t expect every progressive or even every socialist running for national office to become an instant expert on every complicated piece of U.S. foreign policy. And for those running for state and local office, there may seem to be even less urgency. But we’ve seen how the Poor People’s Campaign, with its inclusion of militarism and the war economy as one of its four central targets (along with racism, poverty and environmental destruction), has demonstrated to all of our movements the importance of—and a model for—including an anti-war focus within multi-issue state and local mobilizations. The Movement for Black Lives has created one of the strongest internationalist and anti-war platforms we’ve seen in years—including calls for cutting the military budget, supporting Palestinian rights, stopping the Global War on Terror and the so-called War on Drugs, ending the militarized U.S. interventions across Africa, and linking U.S. military and economic policies with the rise in Haitian and other—predominantly Black—immigration.

Immigrant rights activists are linking movements for sanctuary (and against ICE) with opposition to the wars that create refugees. Campaignsare underway to reject the training of U.S. police by Israeli police and military forces. Battles are being waged to get local law enforcement agencies to refuse Pentagon offers of weapons and equipment left over from U.S. wars in Afghanistan and elsewhere. These campaigns all play out at the local and state level.

So especially for those running for Congress, but really for all candidates at every political level and venue in this country, there is a clear need for a strong, principled position on at least a few key foreign policy issues. And the key to making that happen still lies with our movements.


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The peace of Europe after WWII was greatly aided by tribes retreating or moving back to old neighborhoods, in some cases quite old and remote. Ethnic Germans moved out of Romania, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia, back to Germany, for example. Villages on the wrong side of a border tended to depopulate with one group and sometimes fill up with nationals from the ethnic majority. This did not happen so much in Yugoslavia, where people were able to remain in ancestral regions. When the external control was removed it wasn't pretty. Even in Nice Places, as in Belgium mentioned above, or in Ireland, people didn't get along all that well. Brian, I agree that my definition of nationalism was largely the American usage, and even the usage of those who dislike nationalism here. It is not quite the same thing in other parts of the world. But that was largely my aim, to tear the word away from its criticism of it as something dangerous. Those descended even one generation from tribal wars in Europe get along well in America, because we define our nationalism differently. We are a people who actually are mixed and different. Perhaps the Canadians rival us in that, but not many others.
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Napjainkban a két világháború közötti Magyarország politikusai közül Horthy Miklós kormányzó, Bethlen István, Teleki Pál és Gömbös Gyula mellett valószínűleg Klebelsberg Kuno kerül a legtöbbször szóba a magyar sajtóban és közbeszédben. A vele való - sajnos inkább felszínes - foglalkozásnak igazi reneszánszát éljük. Az utóbbi években számos intézményt is elneveztek róla, szinte kultikus figurává vált, ám kultusza nemegyszer gyakori és fölösleges túlzásokba esik. Az elmúlt évtizedekben sokan elemezték munkásságát, többnyire azonban csak részletkérdésekre koncentráltak. 1942 után első ízben jelen kötet tesz kísérletet az egész életpálya összefoglalására, megmutatva: mi az, ami pályafutásáról és annak nagyszerű teljesítményeiről - s néhány megvalósítatlan vagy torzóban maradt tervéről - viszonylag már ismert, feltárt és tudományosan is megalapozott eredményeket hozott. Ám egyben kijelöli a Klebelsbergre vonatkozó kutatások újabb irányát is: nevezetesen a vallás- és közoktatásügyi minisztersége előtti, már későbbi önmagát építő, eddig kevésbé ismert életszakasz jelentőségét. "Bízom benne, hogy a szándékaim szerint olvasmányos stílusú, ám kellő szakmai háttérrel és alázattal bíró, Klebelsberg számos írásából és azok visszhangjaiból gyakran idéző könyvemmel hozzájárulhatok ahhoz, hogy hősöm alakját a jövőben megérdemelten tiszteljék, hiszen valódi államférfiként igazán rászolgált erre. Ugyanakkor fontosnak tartom, hogy megpróbáljuk őt és munkásságát tárgyilagosan értékelni, és ne félistenként, hanem emberként, politikusként tekintsünk rá. Bármennyire kiváló, mégis esendő emberként olykor ő is vétett hibákat, néha rosszul ismerte fel saját és országa lehetőségeit. Mindez azonban semmit sem von le nagyságából, sőt inkább erősíti azt, hiszen ezáltal tudunk közelebb kerülni hozzá. " Ujváry Gábor
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Fizetés/átvétel:
Személyes átvétel esetén a fizetés készpénzben történik, ez Budapesten a XIII. kerületben a Jászai Mari/ Nyugati tértől pár percre, illetve a XI. kerületben Farkasréten lehetséges IDŐPONTTÓL FÜGGŐEN.
Postai úton, előre utalással vagy utánvétellel kizárólag a legalább 10db 100% ig pozitív értékeléssel rendelkező felhasználóknak ELŐRE EGYEZTETÉS UTÁN! Kérem ezt mindenképpen figyelembe venni!
Pontos postaköltségekért kérem tekintsék meg a "Szállítási és garanciális feltételek"űrlapot! A teszvesz oldalán: feljebb található a "szállítás és fizetés rész"
Kérem tekintsék meg további termékeim széles kínálatát sokféle termékkategóriában is!
Köszönöm!
Dell Vostro V131 3350 3450 3350 L502X magyar világítós billentyűzet C7RNW 9GXFN 833Y3
Jelenlegi ára: 12 900 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 02:07
          Dell Vostro 3460 3560 magyar világítós billentyűzet Vostro 3550 9GXFN , 09GXFN 833Y3, 0833Y3 - Jelenlegi ára: 12 900 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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KÉREM CSAK AZ LICITÁLJON AKI A VÁSÁRLÁSI SZÁNDÉKÁT KOMOLYAN IS GONDOLJA!
KÉREM, HOGY AZ AUKCIÓ LEJÁRTA UTÁN 24 ÓRÁN BELÜL VEGYÉK FEL VELEM A KAPCSOLATOT, ILLETVE LEGKÉSŐBB 72 ÓRÁN BELÜL JÖJJÖN LÉTRE AZ ADÁS-VÉTEL A MIHAMARABBI LEBONYOLÍTÁS ÉRDEKÉBEN!
Fizetés/átvétel:
Személyes átvétel esetén a fizetés készpénzben történik, ez Budapesten a XIII. kerületben a Jászai Mari/ Nyugati tértől pár percre, illetve a XI. kerületben Farkasréten lehetséges IDŐPONTTÓL FÜGGŐEN.
Postai úton, előre utalással vagy utánvétellel kizárólag a legalább 10db 100% ig pozitív értékeléssel rendelkező felhasználóknak ELŐRE EGYEZTETÉS UTÁN! Kérem ezt mindenképpen figyelembe venni!
Pontos postaköltségekért kérem tekintsék meg a "Szállítási és garanciális feltételek"űrlapot! A teszvesz oldalán: feljebb található a "szállítás és fizetés rész"
Kérem tekintsék meg további termékeim széles kínálatát sokféle termékkategóriában is!
Köszönöm!
Dell Vostro 3460 3560 magyar világítós billentyűzet Vostro 3550 9GXFN , 09GXFN 833Y3, 0833Y3
Jelenlegi ára: 12 900 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 02:07
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The tears rolled down Zsomber Berecz's face as he crossed the finish line in Denmark's beautiful Bay of Aarhus on Thursday to win the Finn and Hungary's first ever medal in one of these quadrennial sailing world championships.
          Berecz takes Finn Gold Cup for Hungary      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An emotional and immensely proud Zsombor Berecz crossed the finish line of the 2018 Finn Gold Cup medal race at the Hempel Sailing World Championships 2018 in Aarhus, Denmark in first place to make history.
          Festival-goers in Budapest cool off in the Danube      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Hungary's Sziget Festival, the Danube river is providing revelers with some welcome respite from the searing temperatures that have hit much of Europe.

          Volkswagen VW Golf kezelésikönyv csomag kompletten, gyári mappában 1986. - Jelenlegi ára: 6 990 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kompletten, ahogy a fotón is látható. 1986/7. havi.
NINCS REJTETT MINIMÁLÁR, mindenki bátran licitáljon!!!
Kérem, tekintse meg a többi aukciómat is, egyszeri postázási költséggel több mindent vásárolhat. Köszönöm.
Az aukciót kérésre idő előtt is lezárom, ha legalább egy hét eltelt az indulás óta.
Feltételek: UTÁNVÉTTEL NEM POSTÁZOK, személyes átvétel csak egyedi, még licit előtt megbeszélt esetekben lehetséges. Preferált fizetési mód a banki átutalás, mindenkinek ez a legelőnyösebb. Ha az utalás problémát okoz, helyette postai rózsaszín csekken is fel lehet adni a pénzt. Amennyiben a kapcsolatfelvétel a vevő hibájából tíz napon belül nem történik meg, eladó automatikusan a következő szankciókat alkalmazza: az aukció érvénytelenítése és az áru újralistázása, a vevő Vatera tiltólistára helyezése és negatív minősítése. A termékeket kizárólag a nyerő licitben feltüntetett értéken lehet átvenni, utólagos alku nem lehetséges, ezért fontos, hogy mindig alaposan olvassa el a szöveget és nézze meg a képeket, tegye fel kérdéseit és mindezek alapján döntsön! Mindig ép és funkciójának megfelelő árut kínálok, ezen túlmenő garanciát nem vállalok, hacsak a leírásban ez nincs feltüntetve. A színek a valóságban némileg eltérhetnek a fotókon láthatóaktól. Szállítási információk az I+ oldalamon. Magán aukció, a vételár és a postaköltség visszatérítésére nincs mód. Kérem, ha a fenti vásárlási feltételeket nem tudja elfogadni, ne licitáljon! Elnézést kérek a becsületes Vaterásoktól a fenti "agyonszabályozásért" de sajnos szükség van rá az utóbbi időben elszaporodott átverések miatt. Figyelmét és érdeklődését nagyon köszönöm.
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Volkswagen VW Golf kezelésikönyv csomag kompletten, gyári mappában 1986.
Jelenlegi ára: 6 990 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-13 01:45
          U257 Régi hollóházi porcelán bonbonier - Jelenlegi ára: 1 800 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hibátlan állapotú, rózsa díszítésű, I. osztályú hollóházi porcelán, ékszertartó szelence.
Alján zöld színű jelzés
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Termékeim között több bonbonier található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva! Termékeim között több Hollóházi porcelán található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva!
A termékről további nagy felbontású képek!
ÁRUIM ZÖME ANTIK ÉS RÉGI TÁRGYAKBÓL ÁLL.
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELI LEHETŐSÉG BUDAPESTEN (IX. ) ILLETVE SZEGEDEN!
 
Szállítás
Termékeinket az MPL futárszolgálattal küldjük! Terjedelmes tárgyaink szállításában külön díjazás mellett tudunk segíteni! Szállítási módok az alábbiak szerint alakulnak
 
Személyes átvétel Budapest IX.
 
 
Személyes átvétel Szeged
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
 
 
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Fizetés
A vételár és szállítási költség kiegyenlítésére az alábbi lehetőségeket biztosítjuk
 
Személyes átvételkor készpénzben
 
 
Banki átutalás
 
 
Utánvét
 
 
Paypal (MasterCard, Visa)
 
 
Szállítási, átvételi idő
A termék vásárlását követően a szállítási, kézhez vételi idő az alábbiak szerint alakul belföldön
 
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MPL csomag előre utalással
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MPL csomag utánvét
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U257 Régi hollóházi porcelán bonbonier
Jelenlegi ára: 1 800 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 03:53
          0B877 Jelzett kerámia gyertyatartó - Jelenlegi ára: 2 500 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hibátlan állapotú, zöld mázas kerámia gyertyatartó virág motívumokkal díszítve.
Alján jelzés:
MADE IN HUNGARYSzélesség: 10. 5 cmMagasság: 17 cmSúly: 0. 275 kg
Termékeim között több néprajzi tárgy található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva! Termékeim között több kerámia gyertyatartó található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva!
A termékről további nagy felbontású képek!
ÁRUIM ZÖME ANTIK ÉS RÉGI TÁRGYAKBÓL ÁLL.
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELI LEHETŐSÉG BUDAPESTEN (IX. ) ILLETVE SZEGEDEN!
 
Szállítás
Termékeinket az MPL futárszolgálattal küldjük! Terjedelmes tárgyaink szállításában külön díjazás mellett tudunk segíteni! Szállítási módok az alábbiak szerint alakulnak
 
Személyes átvétel Budapest IX.
 
 
Személyes átvétel Szeged
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
 
 
Fizetés
A vételár és szállítási költség kiegyenlítésére az alábbi lehetőségeket biztosítjuk
 
Személyes átvételkor készpénzben
 
 
Banki átutalás
 
 
Utánvét
 
 
Paypal (MasterCard, Visa)
 
 
Szállítási, átvételi idő
A termék vásárlását követően a szállítási, kézhez vételi idő az alábbiak szerint alakul belföldön
 
Személyes átvétel
1-5 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
2-3 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
1-3 munkanap
 
( gyertya gyertyatartó gyertya tartó )
0B877 Jelzett kerámia gyertyatartó
Jelenlegi ára: 2 500 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 03:54
          0C404 Hollóházi pamutipari porcelán korsó - Jelenlegi ára: 3 600 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hibátlan állapotú, vastagon aranyozott Hollóházi porcelán söröskorsó, söröskrigli.
Oldalán felirat:
1887-1977
MAGYAR PAMUTIPAR
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Alján zöld Hollóháza márkajelzés:
HOLLÓHÁZA HUNGARY
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188Szélesség: 8 cmMagasság: 14 cmSúly: 0. 325 kg
Termékeim között több söröskorsó található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva! Termékeim között több Hollóházi porcelán korsó található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva!
A termékről további nagy felbontású képek!
ÁRUIM ZÖME ANTIK ÉS RÉGI TÁRGYAKBÓL ÁLL.
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELI LEHETŐSÉG BUDAPESTEN (IX. ) ILLETVE SZEGEDEN!
 
Szállítás
Termékeinket az MPL futárszolgálattal küldjük! Terjedelmes tárgyaink szállításában külön díjazás mellett tudunk segíteni! Szállítási módok az alábbiak szerint alakulnak
 
Személyes átvétel Budapest IX.
 
 
Személyes átvétel Szeged
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
 
 
Fizetés
A vételár és szállítási költség kiegyenlítésére az alábbi lehetőségeket biztosítjuk
 
Személyes átvételkor készpénzben
 
 
Banki átutalás
 
 
Utánvét
 
 
Paypal (MasterCard, Visa)
 
 
Szállítási, átvételi idő
A termék vásárlását követően a szállítási, kézhez vételi idő az alábbiak szerint alakul belföldön
 
Személyes átvétel
1-5 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
2-3 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
1-3 munkanap
 
( hollóházi söröskorsó hollóházi sörös korsó hollóházi söröskgrigli hollóházi sörös krigli pamut pamut ipar pamutgyár pamut gyár )
0C404 Hollóházi pamutipari porcelán korsó
Jelenlegi ára: 3 600 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 03:53
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          Festival-goers in Budapest cool off in the Danube      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Hungary's Sziget Festival, the Danube river is providing revelers with some welcome respite from the searing temperatures that have hit much of Europe.

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BUDAPEST, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) — Hungarian National Food Chain Safety Bureau has ordered the culling of all poultry, infected or not, within a one kilometer radius of avian influenza outbreak sites located in southern Hungary, local wire service MTI reported on Saturday. The measure targeted the sites near the towns of Bugac and Kiskunmajsa in […]
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At Hungary's Sziget Festival, the Danube river is providing revellers with some welcome respite from the searing temperatures that have hit much of Europe.

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At Hungary's Sziget Festival, the Danube river is providing revellers with some welcome respite from the searing temperatures that have hit much of Europe.

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Stepping into a wardrobe was the way to get into Narnia. Stepping into the blue portable toilet (in a row of green ones) was the way get into a hidden rave at UK's Eastern Electrics Festival. Are they implying the DJ's shitty? https://twitter.com/persandwichman/status/1026032955167334400

And, this isn't the first time this has been done. A music festival in Hungary did this last year: https://youtu.be/xiqJzWhwaW8

          500 korános 1923 évjárat gyönyörű darab kép szerint. RITKA, RITKÁBB - Jelenlegi ára: 5 800 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A képen látható darab(tétel) képezi az eladás tárgyát.
FIGYELEM!! KÜLFÖDRE NEM POSTÁZOK!   SHIPMENT ONLY TO HUNGARY!!
  A Vatera. hu oldalra feltöltött termékeimet NEM ADOM EL LICIT KÖZBEN, a Vaterán kívül, kérem Önöket, hogy ez ügyben ne is keressenek!!!  
A vevőnek a leütést követő 3 MUNKA napon belül jelentkeznie kell email-ben a megvásárolt tételért.
Fizetési határidő az elkelés napjától számított 10. naptári nap.  
FIGYELEM, 14 napon túli kifizetetlen tétel esetén automatikusan negatív értékelést küldök!!  
A kapcsolatfelvétel alkalmával kérem, közölje teljes nevét, postai címét és a vaterás felhasználónevét is!
Ezek hiányában postai feladást nem áll módomban teljesíteni.
Postázás: kizárólag ajánlott elsőbbségi levélként , amelynek költsége 500-Ft , EZ AZONBAN ÉRTÉKBIZTOSÍTÁST NEM TARTALMAZ! Eltünése esetén sem a posta sem pedig én anyagi felelősséget nem vállal!!
Nagyobb súlyú értékű vagy  terjedelmű darabok esetén az utalás előtt kérem emailben egyeztessen a postaköltségről velem! TŐBB TÉTEL ÖSSZE VÁRHATÓ EZ NEM PROBLÉMA CSAK EGYEZTESEN VELEM
Több tételt vásárlóktól  természetesen csak EGY postaköltséget kérek 20 db-ig.  
Az eladásra felkínált tételek a kikiáltási ár alatt nem kerülnek értékesítésre.
Minden esetben az eladásra kerülő darab vagy tétel(LOT)  megnevezésén túl, annak tartásfokát is közlöm. A lot-ban(TÉTELBEN) értékesített tételek esetén a tartásfok az összes darab tartásfokának átlaga!!
Az alkalmazott jelölések a következők: SZ (szép, még elfogadható állapot)
                                                         NSZ (nagyon szép, közepes állapotban lévő darab)
                                                          KIV (kiváló)
                                                          AUNC ( forgalomban nem volt, rendkívül apró hibával rendelkezik) 
                                                            UNC (forgalomban nem volt, hibátlan)
                                                            BU (selyemfényű),
                                                            PP (tükörveret).
BU és PP  daraboknál amennyiben nincs feltüntetve hiba, pl: mikrokarc, patina, peremhiba(ph)akkor a darabok makulátlanul tökéletes állapotúak.
A jelölések mellett esetlegesen alkalmazott + és ? jelek az adott tartásfok felső és alsó határához közeli értéket jelentenek.
Szerencsés licitálást kívánunk!
Kérem tekintse  meg a többi  termékemet is!!
500 korános 1923 évjárat gyönyörű darab kép szerint. RITKA, RITKÁBB
Jelenlegi ára: 5 800 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 19:50
          10000 korános 1923 évjárat gyönyörű darab kép szerint. RITKA, RITKÁBB - Jelenlegi ára: 5 200 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A képen látható darab(tétel) képezi az eladás tárgyát.
FIGYELEM!! KÜLFÖDRE NEM POSTÁZOK!   SHIPMENT ONLY TO HUNGARY!!
  A Vatera. hu oldalra feltöltött termékeimet NEM ADOM EL LICIT KÖZBEN, a Vaterán kívül, kérem Önöket, hogy ez ügyben ne is keressenek!!!  
A vevőnek a leütést követő 3 MUNKA napon belül jelentkeznie kell email-ben a megvásárolt tételért.
Fizetési határidő az elkelés napjától számított 10. naptári nap.  
FIGYELEM, 14 napon túli kifizetetlen tétel esetén automatikusan negatív értékelést küldök!!  
A kapcsolatfelvétel alkalmával kérem, közölje teljes nevét, postai címét és a vaterás felhasználónevét is!
Ezek hiányában postai feladást nem áll módomban teljesíteni.
Postázás: kizárólag ajánlott elsőbbségi levélként , amelynek költsége 500-Ft , EZ AZONBAN ÉRTÉKBIZTOSÍTÁST NEM TARTALMAZ! Eltünése esetén sem a posta sem pedig én anyagi felelősséget nem vállal!!
Nagyobb súlyú értékű vagy  terjedelmű darabok esetén az utalás előtt kérem emailben egyeztessen a postaköltségről velem! TŐBB TÉTEL ÖSSZE VÁRHATÓ EZ NEM PROBLÉMA CSAK EGYEZTESEN VELEM
Több tételt vásárlóktól  természetesen csak EGY postaköltséget kérek 20 db-ig.  
Az eladásra felkínált tételek a kikiáltási ár alatt nem kerülnek értékesítésre.
Minden esetben az eladásra kerülő darab vagy tétel(LOT)  megnevezésén túl, annak tartásfokát is közlöm. A lot-ban(TÉTELBEN) értékesített tételek esetén a tartásfok az összes darab tartásfokának átlaga!!
Az alkalmazott jelölések a következők: SZ (szép, még elfogadható állapot)
                                                         NSZ (nagyon szép, közepes állapotban lévő darab)
                                                          KIV (kiváló)
                                                          AUNC ( forgalomban nem volt, rendkívül apró hibával rendelkezik) 
                                                            UNC (forgalomban nem volt, hibátlan)
                                                            BU (selyemfényű),
                                                            PP (tükörveret).
BU és PP  daraboknál amennyiben nincs feltüntetve hiba, pl: mikrokarc, patina, peremhiba(ph)akkor a darabok makulátlanul tökéletes állapotúak.
A jelölések mellett esetlegesen alkalmazott + és ? jelek az adott tartásfok felső és alsó határához közeli értéket jelentenek.
Szerencsés licitálást kívánunk!
Kérem tekintse  meg a többi  termékemet is!!
10000 korános 1923 évjárat gyönyörű darab kép szerint. RITKA, RITKÁBB
Jelenlegi ára: 5 200 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 19:55
          100 forintos 1947 évjárat gyönyörű darab kép szerint. ILYEN ÁLLAPOTBA RITKA - Jelenlegi ára: 7 800 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A képen látható darab(tétel) képezi az eladás tárgyát.
FIGYELEM!! KÜLFÖDRE NEM POSTÁZOK!   SHIPMENT ONLY TO HUNGARY!!
  A Vatera. hu oldalra feltöltött termékeimet NEM ADOM EL LICIT KÖZBEN, a Vaterán kívül, kérem Önöket, hogy ez ügyben ne is keressenek!!!  
A vevőnek a leütést követő 3 MUNKA napon belül jelentkeznie kell email-ben a megvásárolt tételért.
Fizetési határidő az elkelés napjától számított 10. naptári nap.  
FIGYELEM, 14 napon túli kifizetetlen tétel esetén automatikusan negatív értékelést küldök!!  
A kapcsolatfelvétel alkalmával kérem, közölje teljes nevét, postai címét és a vaterás felhasználónevét is!
Ezek hiányában postai feladást nem áll módomban teljesíteni.
Postázás: kizárólag ajánlott elsőbbségi levélként , amelynek költsége 500-Ft , EZ AZONBAN ÉRTÉKBIZTOSÍTÁST NEM TARTALMAZ! Eltünése esetén sem a posta sem pedig én anyagi felelősséget nem vállal!!
Nagyobb súlyú értékű vagy  terjedelmű darabok esetén az utalás előtt kérem emailben egyeztessen a postaköltségről velem! TŐBB TÉTEL ÖSSZE VÁRHATÓ EZ NEM PROBLÉMA CSAK EGYEZTESEN VELEM
Több tételt vásárlóktól  természetesen csak EGY postaköltséget kérek 20 db-ig.  
Az eladásra felkínált tételek a kikiáltási ár alatt nem kerülnek értékesítésre.
Minden esetben az eladásra kerülő darab vagy tétel(LOT)  megnevezésén túl, annak tartásfokát is közlöm. A lot-ban(TÉTELBEN) értékesített tételek esetén a tartásfok az összes darab tartásfokának átlaga!!
Az alkalmazott jelölések a következők: SZ (szép, még elfogadható állapot)
                                                         NSZ (nagyon szép, közepes állapotban lévő darab)
                                                          KIV (kiváló)
                                                          AUNC ( forgalomban nem volt, rendkívül apró hibával rendelkezik) 
                                                            UNC (forgalomban nem volt, hibátlan)
                                                            BU (selyemfényű),
                                                            PP (tükörveret).
BU és PP  daraboknál amennyiben nincs feltüntetve hiba, pl: mikrokarc, patina, peremhiba(ph)akkor a darabok makulátlanul tökéletes állapotúak.
A jelölések mellett esetlegesen alkalmazott + és ? jelek az adott tartásfok felső és alsó határához közeli értéket jelentenek.
Szerencsés licitálást kívánunk!
Kérem tekintse  meg a többi  termékemet is!!
100 forintos 1947 évjárat gyönyörű darab kép szerint. ILYEN ÁLLAPOTBA RITKA
Jelenlegi ára: 7 800 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 20:25
          Music@Menlo – a whistle-stop in Hungary      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          FamilySearch announces a New Collections Update: Week of August 6, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The following announcement was written by FamilySearch: FamilySearch has given a great gift this week for those with Italian ancestry from Palermo and Chieti, Italy–almost 8 million new images of birth, marriage, and death records from 1809-1947. This week’s records also include Sweden, Peru, Hungary, and BillionGraves. Research these new free records by clicking on the collection links below, or go to FamilySearch to search […]
          Pierre Gasly sure Red Bull 2019 Chance Won’t End Like Daniil Kvyat      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pierre Gasly - Toro Rosso - Hungary Paddock
Pierre Gasly says he is ready to make the step up to Red Bull next year if he is given the call to partner Max Verstappen for next year, following Daniel Ricciardo's departure.
          Europe Forecast: Gales northern Europe - Thunderstorms east, Aug 10 - 10:13      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          DOCKERS szabadidő cipő 45-ös - ÚJ! - EREDETI! - FÉL ÁRON! - Jelenlegi ára: 11 990 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Angliából rendeltünk 2 pár cipőt, de mindegyikből rossz méretet küldtek, ezért kb. a magyarországi árak feléért eladóak. Vadonat újak és garantáltan eredetiek természetesen. Az első fotó a gyártótól van, de a többi saját készítésű. Az ár nem alkuképes. Egy másik aukciómban (ha még el nem vitték) megtalálható a másik cipő is egy Tommy Hilfiger.
NINCS REJTETT MINIMÁLÁR, mindenki bátran licitáljon!!!
Kérem, tekintse meg a többi aukciómat is, egyszeri postázási költséggel több mindent vásárolhat. Köszönöm.
Az aukciót kérésre idő előtt is lezárom, ha legalább egy hét eltelt az indulás óta.
Feltételek: UTÁNVÉTTEL NEM POSTÁZOK, személyes átvétel csak egyedi, még licit előtt megbeszélt esetekben lehetséges. Preferált fizetési mód a banki átutalás, mindenkinek ez a legelőnyösebb. Ha az utalás problémát okoz, helyette postai rózsaszín csekken is fel lehet adni a pénzt. Amennyiben a kapcsolatfelvétel a vevő hibájából tíz napon belül nem történik meg, eladó automatikusan a következő szankciókat alkalmazza: az aukció érvénytelenítése és az áru újralistázása, a vevő Vatera tiltólistára helyezése és negatív minősítése. A termékeket kizárólag a nyerő licitben feltüntetett értéken lehet átvenni, utólagos alku nem lehetséges, ezért fontos, hogy mindig alaposan olvassa el a szöveget és nézze meg a képeket, tegye fel kérdéseit és mindezek alapján döntsön! Mindig ép és funkciójának megfelelő árut kínálok, ezen túlmenő garanciát nem vállalok, hacsak a leírásban ez nincs feltüntetve. A színek a valóságban némileg eltérhetnek a fotókon láthatóaktól. Szállítási információk az I+ oldalamon. Magán aukció, a vételár és a postaköltség visszatérítésére nincs mód. Kérem, ha a fenti vásárlási feltételeket nem tudja elfogadni, ne licitáljon! Elnézést kérek a becsületes Vaterásoktól a fenti "agyonszabályozásért" de sajnos szükség van rá az utóbbi időben elszaporodott átverések miatt. Figyelmét és érdeklődését nagyon köszönöm.
INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS ARE WELCOME!!!
If you live outside of Hungary, just send me a pm with your questions or ask for international registered postage cost to your country. I will answer your question as soon as possible. I post the package inmediately after received the payment. Payment can be made with bank transfer or by PayPal. Thank you for looking and happy bidding.
DOCKERS szabadidő cipő 45-ös - ÚJ! - EREDETI! - FÉL ÁRON!
Jelenlegi ára: 11 990 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 10:46
          Europe forecast: Gales northern Europe - Thunderstorms east, Aug 10 - 00:43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          Hungary - Molnár Éva - Jelenlegi ára: 1 040 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hungary - Molnár Éva
Kiadó: MTI
Kiadás éve: 1997
ISBN: 9637560343
Kötés típusa:: kemény papír
Terjedelem: 312
Nyelv: angol
Méret: __edition. size. text
Állapot: Jó
Internetes könyváruházon keresztül fogjuk a kosárba rakott tételével kiszolgálni. Mivel a Vatera felületén csak szállítási módot tud kiválasztani, de konkrét helyszínt nem tud megjelölni, ezért szükséges, hogy pontosítsuk ezt.  Ezért körülbelül 20 perccel a rendelés leadását követően kapni fog egy e-mait tőlünk, amely tartalmaz egy linket.  Ha erre a linkre kattint, beállíthatja a szállítás pontos módját, helyszínét, illetve a fizetési módot. Ha nem találja a levelet, kérjük, nézze meg a SPAM mappájában is.  Ha sehol nem találja, kérjük lépjen kapcsolatba az eladóval! Vásárlás után kérjük, hogy bármilyen probléma esetén az e-mailben küldött címen vagy telefonon lépjen velünk kapcsolatba! Átvételi módok: Ingyenes, személyes átvételi lehetőség: Budapest V. kerület, IX. kerület,   Baja, Balatonfüred, Békéscsaba , Debrecen Dunaújváros,  Eger, Gyöngyös , Győr,   Kecskemét, Mátészalka,   Miskolc,   Nyíregyháza , Pécs, Sopron, Szarvas, Szeged, Szekszárd, Székesfehérvár, Szentes, Szolnok, Szombathely, Tatabánya, ZalaegerszegHázhozszállítás GLS futárszolgálattal:  Feladandó könyvek értéke - Szállítási díj0-3. 990 Ft - 890 Ft4. 000-7. 999 Ft - 690 Ft8. 000 Ft felett - ingyenesÁtvétel PickPackPont-ban: Feladandó könyvek értéke - Szállítási díj0-3. 990 Ft - 690 Ft4. 000-7. 999 Ft - 550 Ft8. 000 Ft felett - ingyenesFizetés: - Készpénzben átvételkor- PayPal rendelés véglegesítéskor- OTP online fizetés rendelés véglegesítéskor
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Hungary - Molnár Éva
Jelenlegi ára: 1 040 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 12:29
          Mercedes and Ferrari’s strengths : Allison explains      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mercedes and Ferrari’s strengths : Allison explains

There are several areas where Ferrari is better when compared with Mercedes, says the outfit’s technical director James Allison.

Mercedes is leading the team’s standing and driver’s standings after its surprise win at Germany and Hungary. The lead in both the championships has been swinging back and forth between the German outfit and the Italian team since the start of 2018 season. The speciality of this year’s race is that the predictability of the track is no longer guaranteed.

Continue reading Mercedes and Ferrari’s strengths : Allison explains at GrandPx.News.


          Gyerekekre hangolva - Campbell, Ross, Gary Chapman - Jelenlegi ára: 2 500 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gyerekekre hangolva - Campbell, Ross, Gary Chapman
Fordítók: Péter Erika
Kiadó: Harmat Kiadó
Kiadás éve: 2006
Kiadás helye: Budapest
Nyomda: Royal Press Hungary Kft.
ISBN: 9639148776
Terjedelem: 205
Nyelv: magyar
Méret: __edition. size. text
Állapot: Jó
Internetes könyváruházon keresztül fogjuk a kosárba rakott tételével kiszolgálni. Mivel a Vatera felületén csak szállítási módot tud kiválasztani, de konkrét helyszínt nem tud megjelölni, ezért szükséges, hogy pontosítsuk ezt.  Ezért körülbelül 20 perccel a rendelés leadását követően kapni fog egy e-mait tőlünk, amely tartalmaz egy linket.  Ha erre a linkre kattint, beállíthatja a szállítás pontos módját, helyszínét, illetve a fizetési módot. Ha nem találja a levelet, kérjük, nézze meg a SPAM mappájában is.  Ha sehol nem találja, kérjük lépjen kapcsolatba az eladóval! Vásárlás után kérjük, hogy bármilyen probléma esetén az e-mailben küldött címen vagy telefonon lépjen velünk kapcsolatba! Átvételi módok: Ingyenes, személyes átvételi lehetőség: Budapest V. kerület, IX. kerület,   Baja, Balatonfüred, Békéscsaba , Debrecen Dunaújváros,  Eger, Gyöngyös , Győr,   Kecskemét, Mátészalka,   Miskolc,   Nyíregyháza , Pécs, Sopron, Szarvas, Szeged, Szekszárd, Székesfehérvár, Szentes, Szolnok, Szombathely, Tatabánya, ZalaegerszegHázhozszállítás GLS futárszolgálattal:  Feladandó könyvek értéke - Szállítási díj0-3. 990 Ft - 890 Ft4. 000-7. 999 Ft - 690 Ft8. 000 Ft felett - ingyenesÁtvétel PickPackPont-ban: Feladandó könyvek értéke - Szállítási díj0-3. 990 Ft - 690 Ft4. 000-7. 999 Ft - 550 Ft8. 000 Ft felett - ingyenesFizetés: - Készpénzben átvételkor- PayPal rendelés véglegesítéskor- OTP online fizetés rendelés véglegesítéskor
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Gyerekekre hangolva - Campbell, Ross, Gary Chapman
Jelenlegi ára: 2 500 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 17:37
          Online programming school is looking for a Documentation Specialist - Upwork      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We are a young and enthusiastic team, building an international programming school called CodeBerry (https://codeberryschool.com).

We are looking for a Documentation Specialist to help us extend and maintain our internal handbooks for the Customer Support Team.

As a Documentation Specialist, you'll:
- interview the team members to understand their processes and tools
- document the processes and tools based on our documentation framework
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          Nick Lowles and Hope not Hate Join the Zionist attack on Jeremy Corbyn      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Lowles condemns Corbyn's decision to chair a meeting involving an anti-Zionist Jewish survivor of the Holocaust, Hajo Meyer. Talking about Israel's constant misuse of the Holocaust is 'quite terrible.'
It’s a very simple argument.  Israel is an apartheid state. If you support the world's only apartheid state then you are no anti-fascist. You can’t oppose the Islamaphobic far-Right whilst supporting the Zionist attack on Corbyn. Israel today is rightly seen by the fascist Right as an Islamaphobic state. Yet HnH is attempting to insert itself into Labour’s debate on ‘anti-Semitism’ and on the wrong side. 
Nick Lowles of Hope not Hate
In his article Labour and antisemitism: the way back from this new low Nick Lowles of Hope not Hate comes down on the side of the Labour Right, Tom Watson et al, who want Labour to adopt the IHRA definition of antisemitism which will render all meaningful criticism of Israel as antisemitic.
Nick Lowles playing down the impact of Bannon, who is pursuing Trump's agenda which is seeing a breakup in the European Union
The wilful blindness of Hope not Hate’s Nick Lowles beggars belief. The main forces behind the far-Right in the UK and Europe are also the most ardent supporters of Israel.  Steve Bannon, the anti-Semitic Christian Zionist and former Trump adviser; Richard Spencer, the neo-Nazifounder of America’s alt-Right,  Geert Wilders, the Dutch fascist and Tommy Robinson.
Jonathan Arkush, President of the Board of Deputies addressing a Zionist rally which includes Robert de Jonge at hte front in a yellow starred teacher.
I have written a number of investigatory articles on the Zionist supporters of Tommy Robinson. The Zionist Establishment in this country is not prepared to disown people like Jonathan Hoffman who keep company with Britain’s fascists and neo-Nazis. Jonathan Arkush, the past President of the Board of Deputies who spearheaded the campaign against Corbyn, was more than willing to address meetings that included these fascists.
Richard Spencer, the neo-Nazi founder of the alt-Right describes himself as a White Zionist for good reason. Israel is the model racial nationalist state for Generation Identity. A state which is based on the supremacy of only the Jewish section of its citizens. A state which is currently trying to expel 40,000 African refugees because they are the wrong colour and ethnicity, all with the supportof the Israeli Labour Party. Israel is, as the debate over the Jewish Nation State Law demonstrated, an apartheid society. It is a state based not merely on its Jewish citizens but Jews everywhere. Palestinians who live in Israel have no such rights. 
What is terrible is the way the Zionist press sings in unison
In his article Labour and antisemitism: the way back from this new low Lowles says that the question is not whether there is anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, but the ‘perception’ of an existentialist threat. So when the Zionist press go around stirring up peoples’ fears, we have to treat those fears as if they have some basis in reality?
The fact that Corbyn has been bullied into apologising for something that doesn’t exist proves nothing other than that you can coerce people into saying virtually anything. The Moscow  Trials proved that innocent people confess to things they haven’t done all the time.
Lowles support for removing veteran left winger Pete Willsman from the NEC lines him up with the Right of the Labour Party

If the Zionist press believe that Corbyn’s long record of support for the Palestinians constitutes an ‘existentialist threat’ then ‘existential’ has lost all meaning. Lowles repeats the Zionist  mantra that ‘Some people are talking about leaving the country if Labour wins a General Election.’ This is the kind of blackmail that was used in Nicaragua and Venezuela when people like Hugo Chavez were elected.  In Latin America under Reagan, many in the small and privileged Jewish communities left and this was used by Reagan and Bush as proof of ‘anti-Semitism’ whereas if it is proof of anything it is that the political and economic interests of many Jews no longer coincide with the poor and oppressed. Zionism consistently encourages Jews to go to Israel and the fake antisemitism moral panic provides an ideal opportunity.
Gerry Gable, the arch-Zionist and Jewish racist who is editor of Searchlight
In a racist sop to identity politics Lowles says he doesn’t feel it is his right ‘as a non-Jew to deny the right of my Jewish friends to feel as they do.’ No one is denying anyone the right to ‘feel as they do.’ What I object to is the smearing of people who are appalled at Israel’s human right record with the label ‘anti-Semite.’
Ahed Tamimi, gaoled by a military court for 8 months has emerged as the Palestinians' hero - Lowles professes himself shocked at her sentence but doesn't ask why a 17 year old Palestinian girl is gaoled for 8 months for slapping a soldier and a soldier, Elor Azaria, who murdered a wounded Palestinian who was unconscious, is given 9 months
I don’t of course know who Lowles pro-Jewish friends are. Clearly they aren’t anti-Zionist Jews or even members of Jewdas. They are the same rich, privileged White Jews who see Corbyn as a threat and are threatening to leave.
Lowles continues the same trite point that the Freedlands of this world make, namely that Labour ‘cannot put itself in the position of saying that it understands antisemitism better than those who suffer it.’ The problem is that Jews don’t ‘suffer’ anti-Semitism today.  That is why we have a bogus campaign utilising false anti-semitism.
Racism however isn’t a matter of perception or intuition, but a question of practice. Who is it who ‘suffers’ anti-Semitism today? What we are really talking about is bogus, fictitious anti-Semitism!




When Jews really did experience anti-Semitism before World War I, it was because people like the Zionists’ friend Lord Balfour wanted to keep them out and the British Brothers League in between attacking them complained they wouldn’t mix with them. 
As we wrote in our letter to the Guardian, Jews today don’t suffer from immigration controls.  There is no Jewish Windrush.  There are no Jewish deaths in police custody and Jews are not the subject of violence or economic discrimination. Anti-Semitism today is a matter of prejudice not state racism. ‘Anti-Semitism’ is a phantom conjured up whenever Israel is on the agenda and that is what the IHRA is about.
The problem with some people who believe they are still on the Left is that they hide their stupidity beneath what they think are profound insights.  Thus Lowles tells us that ‘For most of the last century the Labour Party was the natural political home of British Jews.’  The person who was most knowledgeable about the Jewish working class in the East End was the historian, William Fishman who told how on 26 January 1894 between five and six hundred Jewish unemployed invaded the Great Synagogue in Duke’s Place, in protest at remarks on unemployment which the Chief Rabbi had made.  One hundred Police with truncheons drawn were called to evict them.  [East End Jewish Radicals 1875-1914, p.205]
Today a letterfrom 69 rabbis is seen as some kind of proof of anti-Semitism. When the Jewish working class fought for better wages and conditions, the last people they turned to were rabbis or Zionists.
When I was young, in the 1950’s and 1960’s, there were queues round the block for Blooms, the kosher restaurant in Whitechapel in London’s East End. Today the restaurant is gone because the Jews have gone. They have moved to Golders Green and the London suburbs. They have become wealthier and more conservative. There are relatively few Jewish trade union activists, certainly not in manual unions. To pretend that Labour’s position on Israel (which is what the anti-Semitism allegations amount to) is responsible for Jewish estrangement from Labour is either a product of ignorance, dishonesty or both.
Thirty five years ago, in The Jewish Community in British Politics, [Clarendon Press, 1983] Jewish Chronicle columnist and academic Dr Geoffrey Alderman demonstrated that the Jewish community had lurched to the Right.   Those who think we are witnessing something new should read the chapter Return to the Right. Alderman described the by-election in Finchley North in 1978. It had a large Jewish electorate.  Sir Keith Joseph, Thatcher’s mentor made an openly racist appeal for Jewish support by attacking the immigration of Black and Asian people. The Tories gained Ilford North with a swing of 6.9% ‘but among Jewish voters there the swing to the Conservatives was a massive 11.2%.’ (p.149) In other words Jews were even more hostile to immigration than others in the White community.
The move of Jews to the right occurred long before Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party. Perhaps Lowles has forgotten the attacks on Ed Milband? The Times of Israel published  Ed Miliband has a very Jewish problem in August 2014 and 8 months later the Spectator led with How Ed Miliband lost the Jewish vote. We even had the Guardian’s Maureen Lipman drops long-standing support for Labour party in October 2014, a trick she managed to repeat recently! and YNet, the online site for Israel’s largest paid newspaper, Yediot Aharanot led with British Jews turn away from Ed Miliband's Labour Party, the subheadline of which was New poll also shows dramatic drop in support for Labour, after Jewish leader's comments on Israel, support for Palestinian statehood vote.
All this talk of a ‘Jewish vote’ is itself anti-Semitic.  Jews don’t vote as Jews but as British people who happen to be Jewish. Israel comes fairly low down on the list of their concerns. In 2015 Yachad, a liberal Zionist group commissioned a survey The Attitudes of British Jews Towards Israel.  The percentage of those identifying as Zionists (59%) had dropped 12% since a previous study five years before.
The whole Jewish community is barely 300,000.  It is doubtful if more than 100,000 Jews vote.  Compared to the number of Muslims, these numbers are trivial.  Why then the concern about the voting habits of Jews?  Because Jews are being used by the political establishment to justify Britain’s relationship with Israel.

Even if every Jew in Britain based their identity around Israel, it would still not be anti-Semitic to oppose Israel as a racist state and Zionism as a racist ideology. Criticism of religious or philosophical beliefs are never racist unless that criticism is a substitute for an attack on the people who hold those beliefs.
Just suppose that a majority of British Africans supported FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) it would not be racist to oppose FGM. Likewise criticism of the Niqab is not anti-Islamic.  However, as Boris Johnson showed, if you attack the people who hold such beliefs, whilst pretending that you are only engaged in innocent banter then yes you are racist.
British Jews were moving to the Right well before Corbyn was even in Parliament. The Jewish Labour Movement 92-4% vote for Owen Smith two years ago speaks volumes. The JLM are the racist representatives of the racist Israeli Labour Party. They are affiliated to the World Zionist Organisation, whose Land Settlement Division funds and plans Jewish settlement in the West Bank, despite the purported two state position of the JLM.
Lowles argues that Labour should adopt the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism  because it is ‘the internationally recognised definition of antisemitism and... fully allows criticism of the policies and actions of the Israeli government.’  This is a double lie.  The IHRA states that criticism of Israel similar to that levelled against any other country cannot be regarded as anti-Semitic.’ In other words since Israel is not like any other country any anti-Zionist criticism is automatically rendered as potentially anti-Semitic.
The IHRA has already been used to stifle criticism of Israel as an apartheid state.  Hugh Tomlinson QC and Stephen Sedley, the Jewish former Court of Appeal Judge, have both warned that the IHRA has the potential to ‘chill’ free speech but Nick Lowles knows better.
Even the author of the IHRA, Kenneth Stern, in testimonyto the House of Representatives in November 2017 warned that:
The definition was not drafted, and was never intended, as a tool to target or chill speech on a college campus. In fact, at a conference in 2010 about the impact of the definition, I highlighted this misuse, and the damage it could do.
Stern spoke about how the IHRA was ‘was being employed in an attempt to restrict academic freedom and punish political speech’.  For Lowles to claim otherwise means he is either a knave or a fool, or most likely both.
Nor is the IHRA‘the internationally recognised definition of anti-Semitism’. It is in its own words a ‘working definition’, the old EUMC Working Definition on Anti-Semitism which the EU’s Fundamental Rights Agency junked around 2011. It has been swallowed whole by the IHRA and relaunched as a diplomatic protocol agreed between the leaders of 31 states, including the anti-Semitic governments of Poland and Hungary. 
The IHRA’s whole purpose is to prevent criticism of Zionism, the ideology of the Israeli state and its racist colonial foundations. Comparisons between Israel and Nazi Germany, of which there are many, are perfectly valid and not in any way anti-semitic. The IHRA's purpose is to negate all but the most anodyne criticism of Israel in particular questions such as why it behaves as it does.. 
Lowles calls for the dropping of disciplinary action against the Margaret Hodge whilst referring to Ken Livingstone’s ‘repeated anti-Jewish slurs’. No examples to back up this lie are given.
Searchlight's Zionism and racism led to a major estrangement between the magazine and many of its ethnic minority readers
Hope not Hate was formed in 2004. In 2011 it split from Searchlight anti-fascist magazine in an unseemly battle about money and resources. Despite this some of us had high hopes that the Searchlight era of duplicity and trading information with the secret state were over.  Over the years Searchlight had become more and more distrusted by anti-fascists because of the way its editor Gerry Gable operated. See The Death Agony of Searchlight Anti-Fascist Magazine
Maurice Ludmer - the founding editor of Searchlight
Searchlight was founded by Maurice Ludmer in February 1975.  Ludmer came from the labour movement and was President of Birmingham Trades Council.  His anti-fascist work was part of his anti-racist work with people like the Indian Workers Association.  He was first and foremost a socialist and a communist unlike his successors Gerry Gable and Nick Lowles. Unfortunately Gable and Lowles forgot what Ludmer had once said:
‘If every organisation in Britain that can be defined as fascist were to go out of existence tomorrow, we would still have a profound and deep-rooted problem of racism in our society.  The truth of the matter is that there is no need to import racist ideas via pro-Nazi organisations; racialism in Britain is based on our own history of 350 years of colonialism.  National Front activists have not introduced racialism but rather used and exploited what already exists in abundance.'
Mark Hosenball, American journalist who was deported  from Britain for exposing GCHQ - Gable did his best to undermine support for the campaign

Ludmer’s successor Gerry Gable saw Searchlight as a bourgeois anti-fascist journal which obtained information on fascists through trading information about the left with the secret state (MI5/SB) and Israeli intelligence.  One such example was the Gable Memorandumsent to his boss Barry Cox at London Weekend Television in which Gable tried to discredit Mark Hosenball, a journalist, and Phil Agee, a former CIA agent. The Labour Government at the time, under Home Secretary Merlyn Rees were trying to deport Agee and Hosenball. In the memo Gable refers to his Intelligence sources as ‘Left Watchers’ by which he means MI5. He is clearly trying to lobby LWT not to treat the trial known then as the ABC trial sympathetically. In other words Gable was acting as an MI5 agent. He wrote:
Phil Agee - CIA Caseworker who exposed the role that the CIA played in South American countries
The arrest of Campbell/Berry and Aubrey has caused a civil rights row, but according to my top level security service sources, they inform me in the strictest confidence that for about four years Campbell, Berry and Kelly and others have been systematically gathering top level security material. Campbell, who claims to have only an interest in technological matters in as far as the state is involved, had done four years detailed research into the whole structure of the other side of not only our Intelligence services but those of other NATO countries.

Searchlight since the death of Maurice Ludmer has been openly Zionist. Not only was Searchlight trading information with MI5/Special Branch but it was actively trying to split and destabilise the anti-fascist movement.  At the 1985 Conference of Anti-Fascist Action in Birmingham the main debate occurred over allegations by Searchlight that the Class War Anarchist group were in an alliance with the National Front and fascists. There was no proof that this was true and none was ever forthcoming but coming from what had, until then, been a well respected anti-fascist journal, respected because of the work of Ludmer, the allegations had to be treated seriously. 
At this conference, at which I was elected onto the Executive of AFA, a decision was narrowly taken to suspend  Class War from membership of AFA until an Inquiry looked into the allegations.  Amazingly Searchlight was unable to supply any evidence whatsoever to back up its allegations. A fellow member of AFA’s Executive, Unmesh Desai (now a right-wing councillor on the Greater London Authority) confirmed this to me.  As the AFA Report into Searchlight Allegations Against Class War concluded:
‘Despite the leading role of SEARCHLIGHT Magazine in the affair, and despite many approaches to the magazine for evidence, the sum total of material from Searchlight was nil. We are bemused by Searchlight’s role in this affair.’  
Smeeth is one of the most detestable of Labour MPs, quite an achievement in a group which has its fair share of villains

See also my own article for the Newsletter of Palestine Solidarity Campaign Undermining Anti-Fascists, Defending Zionism. Despite the appointment of Ruth Smeeth as Deputy Director in 2010, she later became a right-wing Zionist Labour MP in 2015, we had high hopes that HnH would not follow the Searchlight path. It produced the very useful Counter-Jihad Report. In an article Hope Not Hate refuses to be bullied, which was an article criticising Gilad Atzmon, the anti-Semitic jazz musician, Lowles rebutted claims that his attack on Atzmon, an ex-Israeli jazz musician who portrayed himself as a Palestinian supporter were motivated by wider sympathies for Israel:
Let’s put aside the Israel/Palestine question (after all I have never once vocalised my opinion on this subject though my detractors are quick to accuse me of being part of a co-ordinated Zionist conspiracy) and let’s look at what Gilad Atzmon actually says
It is extremely unfortunate that HnH and Nick Lowles have gone back on this promise and followed Searchlight down the road to a reactionary ‘anti-fascism’ which ends up supporting the very system that produces fascism. HnH’s attackson Jackie Walker have been equally as disgusting.
We can only suggest that Nick Lowles and his followers take to heart the advice of Maurice Ludmer above.
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According to a YouGov poll released last Friday, Macron’s approval rating dropped by five points to 27% against 62% disapproval.

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Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          Europavorhersage: Gales northern Europe - Thunderstorms east, 10 Aug - 06:43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          Porta-potty is the entrance to a hidden rave      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Stepping into a wardrobe was the way to get into Narnia. Stepping into the blue portable toilet (in a row of green ones) was the way get into a hidden rave at UK's Eastern Electrics Festival. Are they implying the DJ's shitty? https://twitter.com/persandwichman/status/1026032955167334400

And, this isn't the first time this has been done. A music festival in Hungary did this last year: https://youtu.be/xiqJzWhwaW8

          Europe: Gales northern Europe - Thunderstorms east, 10 aoû - 06:43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          Product For Sale: Firenze      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Emerging Europe comes of age      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Central Europe is enjoying an EU-backed boom as manufacturers open facilities in countries such as Slovakia and Hungary.

The post Emerging Europe comes of age was first published on MoneyWeek.


          White young boy looks for black guys in Hungary      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi there!

I'm a 24 years old white Hungarian boy and I would like to make friends and have sex with black boys in Hungary.
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write me here or e-mail me: hhhsik@gmail.com
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Any black guys in Hungary (near Budapest)?
I would glad to meet someone...
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          Advent International sells WSiP to Hungary’s Central Group      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Advent International has agreed to sale its Polish educational services provider Wydawnictwa Szkolne i Pedagogiczne to Hungarian investor Central Group.
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          Branch Manager - Aditya Birla Group - Shiliguri, West Bengal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Telenor Hungary elects new executives      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Telecompaper) Telenor Hungary appointed new executives after the sale of the Telenor Group's Eastern European Business Unit to the PPF Group on 31 July...
          Gerevich Pál 70      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GEREVICH PÁLGerevich Pál vívó, vívóedző; a magyar kardcsapattal kétszeres olimpiai bronzérmes, négyszeres világbajnok, 1977-ben egyéni világbajnok, többszörös magyar bajnok. Magyarország legeredményesebb vívócsaládjában született. A legendás magyar vívó, a hétszeres olimpiai bajnok Gerevich Aladár fia. Édesanyja, Bogen Erna olimpiai bronzérmes tőrvívó, nagyapja, Bogen Albert olimpiai ezüstérmes kardvívó volt. Bátyja, Gerevich György is vívó, majd a Vasas vívóedzője […]
          Bel Ami Online: Jerome Exupery Fucks Miguel Estevez Bareback      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Jerome Exupery‘s favorite reward for a great fuck is being given a mouthful of creamy cum, and that is exactly what he gets from Miguel Estevez here today. Jerome by now is very experienced, working hard at developing his skills as a cameraman. His dark and sexy partner, Miguel, is from Hungary. He already has... View Article

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          2018 Mod :: v0.8 [release soonTM]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   



Download: soonTM


Been compiling this mod for the last 2 months or so, with the release of the 2018 Tyres it's now in a state where it can be released. Probably still has a couple of bugs, hence v0.8. Report whatever issue you find here in this thread.
Thanks go to all authors listed below for their works!


Important information
- There are no pitcrews included, since unfortunately I didn't get permission to use them. If you want to add them yourself, you have to put the files to \Data\Anim\Engineer(Pitcrew)\Default. Last time I checked the teamnames in the file names already matched those in the globalvars.ini.
- No halo in the cockpit view, again no permission actually I didn't ask for it here yet. Had already created textures for Enzojz's 2003 cockpit, so I didn't give it priority since it involves a bit more work.
- Perfs only up to Hungary, after that it'll use a generic one. For those races tyres will always be ultrasoft/supersoft/soft. For rounds 1-12 compounds are as in reallife
- Helmets of Bottas, Perez, Gasly, Grosjean, Ocon and Stroll are last season's, here too no permission

Custom Team 11
I've added a fictional Manor as custom team 11, which can be disabled via CSM mod configurable. Since it uses RSCT's generic 2018 shape, you can also put your own team instead.

Car textures: they have to be placed in \Data\Cars\Team11\Tex\Hi(Std)\Default. The texture names have to be identical to the ones already there
Helmet textures: have to be placed in \Data\Helmets\Hi(Std)\Driver21(22)\Default. Here too keep the texture names.
Perfs: All team 11 perfs are in \Data\Performance\Team11. Edit them to your liking. For wheel/tread number allocation see one of the perfs in \Performance.
Overlay numbers: if you want to change those, the files are in \Data\GpxPatch\gfx\digital2010\flags. XX.png for driver21, YY.png for driver22.
Cockpit texture: goes to \Data\Cars\_shared, file name has to be cp_team11.tex

Credits
(any mistake here let me know)
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2018 CSM Mod
compiled by kedy89
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CARS
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Mercedes		Isaint
Ferrari			Excalibur
Red Bull		gezere
Force India		Hega
Williams		Excalibur
Renault			Hega
Toro Rosso		gezere
Haas			Excalibur
McLaren			Excalibur
Sauber			kedy89, RSCT
Generic 2018		RSCT

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HELMETS
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Shapes:			jvinu2000
			
Textures:		jvinu2000
			JA Helmets

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TYRES			Hega, Soulbringer
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MISC
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External StWheels	Hega (generic)
Internal StWheels	Duffer (RB11)
Cockpits		Enzojz, kedy89
GPaedia				
Pitcrews&Engineers	
Marshalls		MDBSnake
Performance files	gitanes
Physics			gitanes
Sounds			Briere
Visors			Alessio88
Hud			cire90
2018 TV Style		cire90, kedy89
Defpanel		b-tone, Ruboy
Teamart
 -Drivers		Excalibur
 -Helmets			
 -Gridcars		Excalibur
 -Logos			Excalibur
Loadingscreens		kedy89
CSM menu pics		kedy89
Menu trackmaps		kedy89
Menu countrymaps	petrus
Menu backgrounds	
CSM Icons		Thanks to whoever did them
memory limit cap	Lee71
Atmospheric Haze	Isaint

Menu music		

          The neo-fascist moment of neoliberalism      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

How can we understand the simultaneous rise of the far right and the authoritarian evolution of neoliberalism? We need an antifascism that can highlight the latter’s role in this “neo-fascist moment.”

lead lead President Macron visits s migrant center, Croisilles, with French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb (right),January 2018. Pool/Press Association. All rights reserved.

« Hello, dictator! » The president of the European commission thus welcomed the Hungarian Prime Minister to the Riga summit in 2015. If Senator John McCain had caused a diplomatic incident earlier when he called Viktor Orbán a “neo-fascist dictator”, this was just friendly banter for Jean-Claude Juncker. The contrast in tone of the diktats imposed upon Greece at the very same time by the Eurogroup was striking: austerity is no joking matter. Just before Syriza came to power, German Foreign Minister Wolfgang Schaüble warned that “new elections change nothing about the agreements that the Greek government has entered into.” For the EU, there is nothing funny about neoliberalism: economics is too important to be left to the people. Democracy, however, is worth a good laugh. The burlesque scene in Latvia recalls another instance of slapstick: in The Great Dictator, Mussolini slaps Charlie Chaplin’s Hitler on the back: “my brother dictator!” There is nothing funny about neoliberalism: economics is too important to be left to the people. Democracy, however, is worth a good laugh.

How can we make sense jointly of these two simultaneous phenomena – the rise of the far right, in Europe and elsewhere, and the authoritarian evolution of neoliberal regimes? On the one hand, we have white supremacy and political xenophobia, from Donald Trump to Viktor Orbán or Matteo Salvini. On the other, what can be called “democratic coups”. Remember Greece? #ThisIsACoup: the “democratic” variation of the coup requires “banks, not tanks.” The same applies to Brazil, from Dilma to Lula: a military coup was not needed; parliamentary votes and judicial decisions do the job. Of course, police violence can still play an important role in the repression of the social movements that resist neoliberal reforms: France is a case in point. On both sides, public liberties are thereby losing ground.

Moreover, there is nothing incompatible between neoliberal policies and far right politics: the EU has now accepted far-right governments. Compare 2000, with the sanctions against Jorg Haider’s Austria, to 2018, with Sebastian Kurz presiding over the Council of the European Union. Democracy is not a political criterion any longer.  The EU thus subcontracts the handling of the refugee crisis to Erdoğan’s Turkey and to Libya’s mafia-like coastguards. Again, France is no exception, especially when it comes to migrants. It is true that Macron applauded when Trump, under pressure from all sides, decided to drop his policy of separating undocumented aliens from their children; but the consequence is that the US will follow the example of France: children sent with their parents to detention centers.

Sure, after the far-right Lega came to power in Italy, Macron warned against the contagious populist “leprosy” spreading throughout Europe. But while both actions were illegal when Génération Identitaire, the same alt-right group that patrolled the Mediterranean to hunt down humanitarian NGOs during the previous summer, decided in April 2018 to take control of the French-Italian border to send back refugees, the authorities (whether French, Italian, or European) condoned both. Not only were they not prosecuted, but those who demonstrated against them in Briançon were – just as NGOs rescuing migrants at sea had been a year earlier in Sicily. In France, activists supporting migrant rights like Cédric Herrou are exposed to judicial harassment – though the July 6 decision of the Constitutional Council might finally put an end to this so-called “crime of solidarity” in the name of the Republican principle of “fraternity.”

Macron may have denounced Italian politicians who “betray asylum”; but his speech was delivered just as the French Senate was debating his Interior Minister Gérard Collomb’s bill restricting asylum rights. Indeed, he also raged against those who “lecture self-righteously” about solidarity with migrants: “look abroad!” That is the true meaning of the Italian reference in Macron’s discourse: French immigration policies could be so much worse – think of Salvini! In solidarity with the new Spanish Premier, Pedro Sanchez, Macron went so far as to propose sanctions against European States who lack European solidarity. But France had just refused to open its ports to the Aquarius rejected by Italy, and finally welcomed in Spain. Never mind contradictions: Macron soon went on to borrow Salvini’s words, accusing NGOs of “playing into the hands” of human traffickers. The French president ostensibly rejects the temptation of “illiberal democracies” such as Poland and Hungary – but Europhobes no longer have a monopoly on political xenophobia. These days, Europhiles often follow suit. The French president is the perfect embodiment of what can be called “neoliberal illiberalism”. Europhobes no longer have a monopoly on political xenophobia. These days, Europhiles often follow suit.

“Leprosy” and neo-fascism

How are we to define today’s “leprosy”? Chantal Mouffe’s “populist moment” won’t do if we are to take into account both sides of the coin. The philosopher advocates left-wing populism in response to right-wing populism: according to her, both have a “democratic nucleus” since they are both responses to “the demands of the popular sectors,” “from the groups who are the main losers of neoliberal globalization.” One could argue (as I have) about the “popular” vote for Trump. But in any case, today, not only can we see that neoliberal leaders like Macron have no qualms about mobilizing xenophobia, but conversely, populist leaders such as Trump, Orbán, or Erdoğan, promote neoliberal policies. This is why it seems misleading to argue that voting for right-wing populists is “the expression of resistances against the post-democratic condition brought about by thirty years of neoliberal hegemony.”

Contrary to Mouffe who refuses “classifying right-wing populist parties as ‘extreme-right’ or ‘neo-fascist’,” I argue that it makes sense to speak of a “neo-fascist moment” of neoliberalism. Today, we encounter familiar features of historical fascism – such as racism and xenophobia, of course, but also the blurring of boundaries between right and left, the fascination for charismatic leaders and the celebration of the nation, the rejection of elites and the glorification of the masses, contempt for the rule of law and a taste for violence, to name but a few. Contrary to Mouffe who refuses “classifying right-wing populist parties as ‘extreme-right’ or ‘neo-fascist’,” I argue that it makes sense to speak of a “neo-fascist moment” of neoliberalism.

It is interesting to read in this light Cornel West’s immediate reaction after Trump’s election. To explain this neo-fascist resurgence, the philosopher pointed out the responsibility of neoliberal economic policies, from Bill Clinton to Barack Obama, that Hillary Clinton was about to continue: who could disagree? But he also writes: “The neoliberal era in the United States ended with a neo-fascist bang.” Who can believe that Trump’s neo-fascism put an end to neoliberal policies? Certainly not Wall Street.

Contrary to West, Wendy Brown rejects the historical comparison with fascism, and continues favouring an interpretation in the light of the “stealth revolution” of neoliberalism that she has powerfully analyzed as an “undoing of the demos”. According to this political scientist, “despite some resonances with 1930s fascism, this libertarian authoritarianism is a novel political formation, one that is an inadvertent effect of neoliberal rationality.” Such a formation “should not just be reduced to the idea of fascism or populism.”

This argument complements Robert Paxton’s: according to the great historian of Vichy, while “it is powerfully tempting to call the new president of the United States a fascist,” given all the “fascist staples” of the new regime, if one takes into account his economic libertarianism, it makes more sense to call him a “plutocrat.”

Umbrella terms

These are serious objections, because there are indeed real differences between historical fascism and today’s neo-fascism. But is this not the very definition of Weberian ideal-types, such as feudalism or bureaucracy? The terms we use to think about the social world are umbrella terms regrouping empirical realities from diverse historical contexts – because of their similarities, and despite their differences. That is how concepts work.

This is true of fascism or populism, as it is of capitalism or neoliberalism itself. As Wendy Brown rightly points out, Trump’s protectionism is but a neoliberal variation, just like German ordoliberalism can be approached as “the other neoliberalism”, despite differences with IMF ideology. In the same way as there are different forms of neoliberalism, distinct from but related to traditional economic liberalism, neo-fascism can be approached in its contemporary specificity with historical echoes. And instead of opposing the two readings (either neoliberalism or neo-fascism ?) – why not then think of a neo-fascist moment of neoliberalism?

An approach in terms of “moment” is a way to insist on the historical logic of such concepts. In other words, there is no necessary link between capitalism (today neoliberalism) and fascism (here neo-fascism) –any more than there is with democracy, of course, contrary to the dominant discourse after the fall of the Berlin Wall. One need only remember that Tony Blair and José Luis Zapatero, when they converted social democracy to neoliberalism, far from riding the xenophobic wave, advocated opening the borders to economic migrants. More recently, the German Chancellor was both “Kaiser Merkel” in the spring of 2015 (when imposing ordoliberal austerity on the Syriza government in Greece), and “Mutti Angela” in the fall (when she opened the borders to over a million Syrian refugees). Neoliberalism can go both ways. But these moments of liberal illiberalism seem to belong to the past. The German Chancellor was both “Kaiser Merkel” in the spring of 2015 ... and “Mutti Angela” in the fall.

Calling a spade a spade

Why speak of neo-fascism? The answer is pragmatic: because today we need to call a spade a spade. Refusing to name neo-fascism is a way to refuse acting against it. The theoretical scruples of a few can be used as a political pretext of inertia by the many. Euphemizing the harsh reality of contemporary neo-fascism can become an obstacle when we need to mobilize a kind of anti-fascism that, far from serving as a democratic alibi for current economic policies, clearly points out the responsibility of neoliberalism for the rise of neo-fascism. As a consequence, there is no need to entertain the illusion that populism, which is a symptom of neoliberalism, might be the cure against it. Conversely, we have to accept that neoliberals like Macron are no antidotes to the far right: his immigration policies are not fundamentally different from Salvini’s. Both defend “Fortress Europe”.

In a word, there is nothing anachronistic about singing “Bella Ciao” today – providing that we update its meaning: we should not reserve this anti-fascist treatment to the current Italian Minister of the Interior, head of the Lega. It equally applies to his predecessor, Marco Minniti, from the Democratic Party, and to his French colleague who left the Socialist Party for Macron’s movement, En Marche – although Gérard Collomb apparently complains that he is sick and tired of playing the role of a fascist.

Maybe these politicians need to be told what they are doing in so many words, in the hope, if not that their weariness might induce some seachange on their part, but that ideological clarity will help us develop alternative strategies.

A shorter version of this piece in French was published in Le Monde a month ago.

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          Education in Hungary 1997 - Nagy Mária - Jelenlegi ára: 600 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Education in Hungary 1997 - Nagy Mária
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          Blood and Sand: Suez, Hungary, and Eisenhower’s Campaign for Peace (Repost)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

          Branch Manager - Aditya Birla Group - Shiliguri, West Bengal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          MICHIGAN: Military Units from 9 Countries and 12 States Are Training      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Military units from the U.S., U.K., Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia are training in the central U.P. and northern Michigan. In addition to those countries, military members ... Read more
          Battles will rage as Rally World Cup comes to Hungarian Baja      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The race for top honours in the 2018 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup continues this weekend at the Hungarian Baja. Two days of rally action in forests and over undulating ground will determine who walks away with maximum points.

Polish driver Kuba Przygonski goes into the ninth stop of the 11-race season leading the World Cup rankings. Alongside co-driver Tom Colsoul of Belgium, the duo have picked up 237 points so far this season. Helping the pair climb to the top of the leaderboard have been memorable wins this year in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Italy. Przygonski and Colsoul will be out to stretch their lead over World Cup rivals Vladimir Vasilyev of Russia (185 points) and Martin Prokop of the Czech Republic (174 points) in Hungary. “The battle for the 2018 FIA World Cup title is getting harder because the gaps between the leaders are small. I think it is great that not every round is won by the same driver – we have to fight hard for every win.” – Kuba Przygonski

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The action gets underway tonight with a short and sharp special stage of 12 kilometres. These results will determine the starting order for the first of Saturday’s timed stages, measuring 220 kilometres. The final stage will be also take place on Saturday, bringing the total distance raced in Hungary to 450 kilometres. From the start line in Veszprém’s Óváros Square on Friday until the chequered flag falls on Saturday we’re promised high-speed drama in Hungary all the way. Stay tuned to see how the Rally World Cup chips fall.

Find more clips, still images and stories related to the 2018 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup on Red Bull Content Pool here. Watch incredible action from every stage at the 2018 Silk Way Rally here. Watch great content on the new Red Bull Motorsports YouTube channel.

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          Sziget Festival Days 1 and 2: Kendrick Lamar Is Late for the Party, Gorillaz Turn Things Around      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


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Sziget is as big as they come, and then some. The scale and scope of what is today recognized as one of the largest cultural events in Europe, if not worldwide, is noticeable the moment you step on the Óbudai Island, comfortably wrapped around the Danube and tucked away merely miles from the Budapest city center. There are hordes counting tens of thousands of people of all ages, ethnicities (more than 100 nations visited the festival last year), appearances and backgrounds that march across the K Bridge (one of Budapest 14 bridges), with Sziget welcome notes written in various languages dangling above their scalps. It's been a full quarter of a century and what once started as youthful and politically charged escapism from the chains of a totalitarian regime, today is a 76-venue, seven-day, 500,000-strong extravaganza of all kinds of music, performance art, TED talks, board games, yoga and even belly dancing lessons. Its ambition is staggering, its effects on the visitors impressive.

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As I am handed the so-called Sziget Passport, a handy 78-page guide to what one can expect from August 8 to 15 this year on the Island. The Island itself is 76 hectares vast, 1.2 times larger than the Pentagon and 1.7 times the size of Vatican. There is so much to experience and take in it's all but impossible for one person to recount the many splendors of this week-long festivity; my situation is further inconvenienced by the fact that my partner was unable to attend this year and help out with the coverage but I'll pull through somehow. On we go.

The first day of the festival is usually reserved for one major, major headliner, accompanied by other acts on the Main Stage. Most other stages are closed, save for the Europe Stage and Afro-Latin-Reggae Village, two of the several world music venues. This year the biggest number of foreigners, over 20,000, come from the UK, overtaking the Netherlands as Sziget's No. 1 source of visitors from abroad. One of the explanations for this is that Glastonbury is in its fallow year, with the Eaves family taking a brief sabbatical, allowing the festival grounds to recuperate.

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Virág Csiszár, Sziget's booking manager, spoke to the Hungarian portal, Index, about the implications of massive bookings - while more than 1,000,000,000 HUF (roughly $3.56 million) was spent this year on performers, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to book the most coveted names in show business simply because the prices keep raising by about 10% every year. Nevertheless, with Kendrick Lamar, Gorillaz, Arctic Monkeys, Kygo, Shawn Mendes, Lana Del Rey, Dua Lipa, Mumford and Sons and many more as headlining acts, the festival is certainly showing no signs of slowing down.

Virág explained the rationale: each day needs to have a "strong" headliner so that the festival can sell about 20-25 thousand daily tickets and manage to make a modest profit (indeed, Sziget has never been hugely profitable and most people in the organization are happy if they turn a 3-4% profit). If, for example, one day sees a full capacity of about 94,000, then it's a non-issue if another day or two is less visited and more focused on alternative acts. This year it's already been confirmed that the sold-out day is Monday, Aug 13, when Kygo and Shawn Mendes, who's only playing three dates in Europe this year, will perform. This is unsurprising, given that the majority of the world's most popular acts of the past 25 years have already played at the festival and that new generations of barely legal kids on the path to self-discovery are more than happy to show up in bulks for new pop stars du jour.

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On with the show. It's August 8 and the temperature outside is a cool almost 100 F, hardly ideal to kick of "-1 Day" of the event. The heat has scorched the ground and it doesn't help that the dust has risen, penetrating every pore on one's body. There are sprinklers stretched out above the Main Stage and still plenty of cover to be sought beneath the many trees, but it's all but unmanageable to witness the afternoon shows on the wildly exposed Main Stage without perspiring to the point of becoming drenched. Few people are present for the Clean Bandit but luckily, Stormzy's performance sets the tone for what's to come over the course of a full week. The English grime sensation is giving it his all, his glitchy and spitting lyrics flowing seamlessly. The several-thousand-strong audience feels his ingenuity, he seems to be having fun with his performance and as a result, so do they. Stormzy's 60-minute set is energetic and even those who have never heard of him before are having lots of fun. The end is reserved for his biggest hits, "Know Me From" and "Shut Up", and the audience delivers, forming a large moshpit and going berserk in the ever-rising dust.

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The tone changes drastically with Lykke Li, Sweden's pop darling and one of the many Scandinavian acts taking the world (and this year's Sziget) by storm. Though the sun hasn't settled and it the blistering heat threatens to swallow us all, the slight chanteuse is dressed in all-black fetishistic three piece, long sleeves and all. Perhaps she didn't account for the customary heat every August in Budapest, at least soon she took the jacket off. Her 13-song set is quite short and brings an enormous change of pace, her four-piece band supporting her longing, saccharine vocals. The show opens with "No Rest for the Wicked" and it's clear that we're in for an opus of sweet, suave, more down-tempo tunes. It's not a groundbreaking show and Lykke Li isn't lively enough herself to keep the 15,000-strong crowd energized throughout, but it's a decent show and the finale, saved, of course, for "I Follow Rivers", gives the first massive singalong of this year's edition.

Unfortunately, things only went downhill from there. As 68,000 people gather to see the shining star that is the 12-time Grammy and Pulitzer Prize Winner Kendrick Lamar, the stage is dark and nobody's explaining why. While 68,000 isn't nowhere near the capacity crowd of about 94,000 (for example, in 2016 Rihanna had a full house), and while it was clearly expected that more people would come, it still appears as though every person present on the island came just to see him deliver his gospel live. Good enough, however, 40 minutes past showtime, Lamar still hasn't appeared onstage. No statement about the rapper being late was made except that the Hungarian media mentioned there was an equipment malfunction on his side.

When he finally emergers to kick off his 2018 European tour, Lamar is forced to cut the show down to 16 tunes, out of which four are further shortened. The iconic Compton rapper intended to disregard the 11:00 pm curfew, but the authorities would have none of it and the audiences are left hungry for more, and better. Onstage, Lamar has a wicked presence, his brilliant, old-school delivery complemented by a full band, aiding him with restless percussions and guitars. The stage itself is all but empty, with Lamar circling its every corner like a hyena, waving his arms and pointing to the audience at every turn. The backdrop is a single large screen, and the letters "Pulitzer Kenny" flashing intermittently hugely entertain. He deserves the title.

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The show is mostly hits, from the opener "DNA.", through "ELEMENT", "King Kunta", and plenty others. The audience at the front is animated and all of his many outstanding hooks are readily screamed. At the end, "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe", "m.A.A.d city", "Alright" and, of course, "HUMBLE.", save the day and provide a riveting closer to an otherwise merely alright show, marred by us missing out on almost half of it for undisclosed reasons.

Thursday, however, lifts the mood. It's sizzling hot again and no more than a few hundred people can stand to be under the A38 tent, Sziget's second biggest stage, where the Copenhagen-based experimental pop trio, WhoMadeWho, are trying their best not to collapse in the heat. They finally elicit a wild response through a rendition of Benny Benassi's anthem "Satisfaction", that guitar hook attracting hundreds more instantly from outside.

On the Main Stage, Max Colombie, aka Oscar and the Wolf, arranges a nice 60-minute set of synthpop tunes coupled with his crooning, velvety vocals. Unfortunately, again, there are very few people on the Island compared to previous years, and barely a thousand are standing in front of the stage, only vaguely interested in what they are hearing. Several thousand more sip beer and frolic around the forest in the back. It's not even 7:00 pm and a slender girl threatens to collapse under the weight of her much larger, and evidently heavily intoxicated, male friend, whom she is aiding in walking. The party hasn't even kicked off yet and apparently it's already over for some.

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When Simon Green aka Bonobo steps on stage with his band, there is only about two thousand people waiting to see him. The last time Bonobo played Sziget, it was in 2014 at the A38 tent and to date it remains one of the most packed and beautifully received shows this festival has seen (this is spoken from 14 years of Sziget experience). However, as wonderful as his layered, often soothing electronic concoctions can be, Bonobo has never been a Main Stage headliner (moreover, he played in Budapest merely two and a half months ago to more than 5,000 people) and the risk is enormous - will the massive audience about to congregate to see Gorillaz live take to his cerebral, mostly wordless melodic configurations? In short - but of course.

Green is a veteran of music production and while most of his standard setlist holders are there, the arrangements have been carefully changed, sped up and augmented so as to fit a more visceral, festival atmosphere. He and his band of keyboards, bass, percussions and a brass trio, start off slow, with tunes from his latest release, Migration, and the moving single "Towers", sung by his long-term collaborator, the lovely and ever-barefoot Szjerdene. The first 15 minutes of the show not much changes, but before we know it, the night falls and Green picks up the pace, opting for more club-friendly tunes, and thousands rush to the stage. "Kong", with a little help from a loop beat, is the game-changer, getting everyone in the vicinity to dance.

The beauty of Bonobo's music lies in the fact that it is suitable to virtually anyone's taste, without compromising artistic integrity and intentions, and even those who just happened to get dinner around the stage when he first came on are hooked, at first just tilting their heads and casually swinging their hips, and then using all their limbs to move, leaving another round of beer for later and joining in on the party.

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The show is a triumph and Green knows it as it's evident he aimed for a more relaxed and pumped up show, but even he is surprised by the size of the crowd toward the end and pauses for a moment to take a picture. He has all the reasons in the world to be pleased: this was a difficult task and he pulled it off, certainly introducing himself to some new fans in the process. "Are you excited for the Gorillaz show? I am, too," smiles Green before stepping off stage. At a drink vendor nearby, an aggressive techno version of the Game of Thrones theme song starts.

And excited for Gorillaz we definitely are, all 50,000 of us or so. Damon Albarn knows this, his band's set moved to 9.20 pm so he could play a little more - 24 songs, to be exact. When Goldtooth takes to stage in faded jeans and a plain yellow t-shirt, he is accompanied by too many artists to name - a sextet of back vocals adorned in varied, funky and often ethnic garments, two percussionists, two keyboardists, and two guitarists (one of whom is Jeff Wootton, band's long-term lead guitarist). This bunch of 13 stays onstage throughout the show and is joined by Jamie Principle, De La Soul, Peter Everett, and more for select singles. It's a gargantuan mishmash of sounds, styles and musical backgrounds, but that's what Albarn loves most - that's what we love most about him, too.

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The set begins with Albarn shouting "Hello? Is anybody there?" through a megaphone; surely, it's "A1 M1", the closer from the band's 17-year-old (!) eponymous debut, and frenzied guitars soar, bringing the excitement to a maximum from the get-go. As the band moves onto "Tranz", one of the more prominent singles off this year's The Now Now, it's immediately clear that Albarn, languidly slouching over a microphone or a piano, is all in. The 50-year-old is an absolute magician of contemporary music and possibly the Least Reverent Man in the entire music industry. He does what he wants, when he wants and how he wants it and we are truly blessed is that what he wants this time around is a gargantuan party filled with what can be called truly world music. While the band's last year's release, Humanz, was well-received, the songs from The Now Now are better suited to this occasion, with more (up)beats, more delightful singalongs and more fast electronic backdrops, ideal for Jamie Hewlett's countless cartoon visuals (many of which are simply videos translated to the big screen).

Sure enough, Albarn's trademark melancholy and instant introspection are also present - when he longingly repeats, "Are we the last living souls?", he looks as though it's not a rhetorical question, as though he believes that this moment, whatever it may represent for him, really is the only thing that's left in the world. It's hardly a secret that Albarn's truly uniquely sorrowful vocals are a good part of all his bands' success, but when his pale blue eyes, now followed by deep slashes on his forehead, aimlessly pierce the crowd from a gigantic screen, you can't help but wonder if there is more to life than this one moment. He's a wonderful trickster, that man.

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"Rhinestone Eyes" brings the first fist-pumping dance-along, while "Every Planet We Reach is Dead" sees Albarn shine again, singing better than ever to the one tune that really requires him to sing. He's not much of a vocalist and he knows it, but this time around he puts in the effort and the song mounts into an astonishing jazz piece with an alternative ending, the back vocals taking the place of piano crescendos. One third into the show, De La Soul storm the stage for "Superfast Jellyfish" and the crowd is completely sold, jumping, singing, smiling and generally enjoying themselves to the maximum. "On Melancholy Hill" and "El Manana" once again bring Albarn to the limelight, but from then on he takes a backseat while his countless collaborators take to the stage to help the show reach its boiling point (if anyone's interested, it's still over 80 F outside, though it's nighttime). The newer songs, such as "Strobelite" featuring Peter Everett and "Andromeda" mesh well with older hits and the pace never lets up.

With such an indescribably eclectic opus of varied genres and styles, it's inappropriate to save that Gorillaz have saved "the best for last", though it's no overstatement to say they've saved the most popular stuff for the end. "Feel Good Inc." is a rapturous explosion of hands in the air and shrieking festival-goers, gasping for air while singing along to the chorus, but "Saturnz Bars" and "Kids With Guns" fare well with the hypnotized crowd, too. Finally, minutes before the curfew, the drawn out sounds of Albarn's famous melodica get the screams out one last time, and "Clint Eastwood" begins. For all of the song's fame and praise, I don't think "I ain't happy, I'm feeling glad" is an iconic-enough verse. It should be; after 17 years and countless repeat listens, today we are older and hopefully more mature, finally able to fully appreciate the playful, deliberately half-assed irony conveyed to us so many times by Albarn. His messages, however melancholic in tone, are those of optimism and content, and this is exactly what he leaves us with after a brilliant performance which elicits smiles all over the Island.

It's only 11:00 pm but the legs are giving in. I heard Cigarettes after Sex and Seasick Steve gave great performances at the A38 tent but couldn't attend due to conflicting schedules. With five more days to go, it's time to get some rest, or at least it is for some of us - as I queue for the cab (a seamless, well-organized cue, just like pretty much everything else at Sziget), thousands of teenagers are running amok, about to get their drink on and wander off into the festival night. Good for them.


          World-class lighting for Budapest’s new aquatics arena      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Brand new Danube Arena gets state-of-the-art LED lighting from Thorn and Zumtobel – making it one of the first LED-lit sports venue in Hungary
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Inside a sleek but unobtrusive office building a few blocks from the River Danube, conference rooms and executive suites that once buzzed with activity will stand vacant by the month’s end.

What was previously the second-largest international outpost of the Open Society Foundations, a sprawling...


          Gonzo Weekly #298      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gonzo Weekly #298
THE GET WELL SOON ISSUE
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In another fun packed and spectacularly Gonzoesque issue, Alan investigates the Hungarian healthcare system from within, John raves about the Pink Fairies, Bart goes to see Yes, Graham reveals stuff about Hawkwind, Jon is both literally and figuratively Lost in Space, and finds something else to write about The Beatles.
#Hail Eris!
 
And there are radio shows from Strange Fruit, Mack Maloney, AND Friday Night Progressive, AND there are columns from all sorts of folk including Kev Rowlands (UMM IT'S ACTUALLY JUST HIM THIS WEEK), because Neil Nixon, C J Stone, the irrepressible Corinna, Mr Biffo and Roy Weard are on hiatus.  There is also a collection of more news, reviews, views, interviews and red kangaroos who've lost their shoes (OK, nothing to do with the largest extant macropods who are in a quandry with regards their footwear, but I got carried away with things that rhymed with OOOOS) than you can shake a stick at. And the best part is IT's ABSOLUTELY FREE!!!
 
This issue features:
 
Lost in Space, George Harrison, Mick Fleetwood, Gorillaz, AC/DC, Peter Gabriel, Strange Fruit, Friday Night Progressive, Mack Maloney's Mystery Hour, Sam Mehran, Tomasz Stanko, Olga Aleksandra Sipowicz, Mark'the Shark' Shelton, Barry David Elliott, Ellen Joyce Loo, Lawrencine May "Lorrie" Collins, Tommy Peoples, Jan Kirsznik, Rick Wakeman, Michael Bruce, Natural Gas, Bart Lancia, Yes, Doug Harr, The Fixx, Alan Dearling, Ozora Festival, John Brodie-Good, Pink Fairies, Kev Rowland, Napalm Death, Thomas Ligotti, Take Offense, Steve Andrews, Hawkwind, Jonathan Downes, The Wild Colonial Boy, The Beatles, Richard DiLello
 
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Issue 287 (Boss Goodman)
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Issue 281 (Carl Palmer)
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Issue 280 (Steve Andrews)
 
All issues from #70 can be downloaded at www.gonzoweekly.com if you prefer. If you have problems downloading, just email me and I will add you to the Gonzo Weekly dropbox. The first 69 issues are archived there as well. Information is power chaps, we have to share it!
 
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Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          A Brimstones banda - Kaaberbol, Lene - Jelenlegi ára: 720 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Brimstones banda - Kaaberbol, Lene
Sorozatcím:: W. i. t. c. h.
Fordítók: Kálmán Judit
Kiadó: Egmont-Hungary Kft.
Kiadás éve: 2003
Kiadás helye: Budapest
ISBN: 9636278326
Kötés típusa:: ragasztott papír
Terjedelem: 111
Nyelv: magyar
Méret: Szélesség: 12. 50cm, Magasság: 18. 00cm
Súly: 0. 10kg
Állapot: Jó
Internetes könyváruházon keresztül fogjuk a kosárba rakott tételével kiszolgálni. Mivel a Vatera felületén csak szállítási módot tud kiválasztani, de konkrét helyszínt nem tud megjelölni, ezért szükséges, hogy pontosítsuk ezt.  Ezért körülbelül 20 perccel a rendelés leadását követően kapni fog egy e-mait tőlünk, amely tartalmaz egy linket.  Ha erre a linkre kattint, beállíthatja a szállítás pontos módját, helyszínét, illetve a fizetési módot. Ha nem találja a levelet, kérjük, nézze meg a SPAM mappájában is.  Ha sehol nem találja, kérjük lépjen kapcsolatba az eladóval! Vásárlás után kérjük, hogy bármilyen probléma esetén az e-mailben küldött címen vagy telefonon lépjen velünk kapcsolatba! Átvételi módok: Ingyenes, személyes átvételi lehetőség: Budapest V. kerületHázhozszállítás GLS futárszolgálattal:  Feladandó könyvek értéke - Szállítási díj0-3. 990 Ft - 890 Ft4. 000-7. 999 Ft - 690 Ft8. 000 Ft felett - ingyenesÁtvétel PickPackPont-ban: Feladandó könyvek értéke - Szállítási díj0-3. 990 Ft - 690 Ft4. 000-7. 999 Ft - 550 Ft8. 000 Ft felett - ingyenesFizetés: - Készpénzben átvételkor- PayPal rendelés véglegesítéskor- OTP online fizetés rendelés véglegesítéskor
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A Brimstones banda - Kaaberbol, Lene
Jelenlegi ára: 720 Ft
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          Унгария смята да забрани курсовете по социални изследвания на пола      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Унгарските университети са получили тази седмица покана да коментират предложение за забрана на курсове по социални изследвания на пола. Това съобщи политическото списание HVG.hu, цитирано от сайта The Hungary Journal и от унгарски журнласти в социалните мрежи.<br /><br />Според списанието засегнати са най-големият държавно финансиран университет ELTE и Централноевропейският университет, основан от милиардера и филантроп Джордж Сорос.<br /><br />Ако такава мярка се...
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The Group operates in 36 countries Australia Austria Bangladesh Brazil Canada China Egypt France Germany Hungary India Indonesia Italy Ivory Coast Japan Korea...
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A Nemzeti Élelmiszerlánc-biztonsági Hatóság (Nébih) elmondása szerint azonosították a lisztériafertőzés forrásait a Greenyard Frozen Hungary Kft. bajai üzemében. ...
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Football. Hungary. NB I
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          MC Office coord & Research assist в Discovery Communications      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Position Summary
Responsible for supporting the Commercial Development VP with administrative tasks, travel and project coordination (50%), as well as acting as Research Executive (50%). 
In charge of the Sofia office, regarding general maintenance and management of all administrative tasks to ensure smooth running of the office. Supports Commercial Development VP with basic assistant duties; core tasks also include liaising with regional offices in Turkey, Kiev, Romania, Hungary, Serbia and Czech Republic, the head office in Warsaw & London as well as coordinating sales, marketing, recruiting or research related activities when required.
Responsibilities
Personal assistant to Commercial Development VP (HCD), including management of diary, travel and expenses.
Supports the Commercial Development VP on key projects, coordinating between central and local teams, including as required preparation of project trackers, data analysis, ppt presentations.
Managing all office communication across head offices, correspondence with affiliates including highlights and newsletters
Reception, phone call, general organisation e.g. Agenda, trips, couriers
Arranging maintenance of office ensuring functioning of all equipment, liaising with IT
Managing the company cars and any HR fringe benefits in liaise with the CEEMCA HR department
Managing internal communication and booking system for any shared facilities such as conference rooms.
Managing any required insurances including insurance of the premises, car insurances etc.
Coordination with finance regarding billings, subscriber reports, debts and local accounting companies
Handling of premium items, ordering of office supplies
Monitor and supervise languaging of Cablepack as well as local Discovery websites
Coordinates with and supports Belgrade office on issues that can be managed remotely.
Willing to travel occasionally to support at team or client meetings.
Organisation of logistics for CEEMCA offsites.
Support for the distribution, marketing and HR teams when required, on ad-hoc projects (e.g VIP trips, satellite migration projects, contacting local agencies for proposals, posting openings locally, arranging logistics for interviews, etc.).
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How can we understand the simultaneous rise of the far right and the authoritarian evolution of neoliberalism? We need an antifascism that can highlight the latter’s role in this “neo-fascist moment.”

lead lead President Macron visits s migrant center, Croisilles, with French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb (right),January 2018. Pool/Press Association. All rights reserved.

« Hello, dictator! » The president of the European commission thus welcomed the Hungarian Prime Minister to the Riga summit in 2015. If Senator John McCain had caused a diplomatic incident earlier when he called Viktor Orbán a “neo-fascist dictator”, this was just friendly banter for Jean-Claude Juncker. The contrast in tone of the diktats imposed upon Greece at the very same time by the Eurogroup was striking: austerity is no joking matter. Just before Syriza came to power, German Foreign Minister Wolfgang Schaüble warned that “new elections change nothing about the agreements that the Greek government has entered into.” For the EU, there is nothing funny about neoliberalism: economics is too important to be left to the people. Democracy, however, is worth a good laugh. The burlesque scene in Latvia recalls another instance of slapstick: in The Great Dictator, Mussolini slaps Charlie Chaplin’s Hitler on the back: “my brother dictator!” There is nothing funny about neoliberalism: economics is too important to be left to the people. Democracy, however, is worth a good laugh.

How can we make sense jointly of these two simultaneous phenomena – the rise of the far right, in Europe and elsewhere, and the authoritarian evolution of neoliberal regimes? On the one hand, we have white supremacy and political xenophobia, from Donald Trump to Viktor Orbán or Matteo Salvini. On the other, what can be called “democratic coups”. Remember Greece? #ThisIsACoup: the “democratic” variation of the coup requires “banks, not tanks.” The same applies to Brazil, from Dilma to Lula: a military coup was not needed; parliamentary votes and judicial decisions do the job. Of course, police violence can still play an important role in the repression of the social movements that resist neoliberal reforms: France is a case in point. On both sides, public liberties are thereby losing ground.

Moreover, there is nothing incompatible between neoliberal policies and far right politics: the EU has now accepted far-right governments. Compare 2000, with the sanctions against Jorg Haider’s Austria, to 2018, with Sebastian Kurz presiding over the Council of the European Union. Democracy is not a political criterion any longer.  The EU thus subcontracts the handling of the refugee crisis to Erdoğan’s Turkey and to Libya’s mafia-like coastguards. Again, France is no exception, especially when it comes to migrants. It is true that Macron applauded when Trump, under pressure from all sides, decided to drop his policy of separating undocumented aliens from their children; but the consequence is that the US will follow the example of France: children sent with their parents to detention centers.

Sure, after the far-right Lega came to power in Italy, Macron warned against the contagious populist “leprosy” spreading throughout Europe. But while both actions were illegal when Génération Identitaire, the same alt-right group that patrolled the Mediterranean to hunt down humanitarian NGOs during the previous summer, decided in April 2018 to take control of the French-Italian border to send back refugees, the authorities (whether French, Italian, or European) condoned both. Not only were they not prosecuted, but those who demonstrated against them in Briançon were – just as NGOs rescuing migrants at sea had been a year earlier in Sicily. In France, activists supporting migrant rights like Cédric Herrou are exposed to judicial harassment – though the July 6 decision of the Constitutional Council might finally put an end to this so-called “crime of solidarity” in the name of the Republican principle of “fraternity.”

Macron may have denounced Italian politicians who “betray asylum”; but his speech was delivered just as the French Senate was debating his Interior Minister Gérard Collomb’s bill restricting asylum rights. Indeed, he also raged against those who “lecture self-righteously” about solidarity with migrants: “look abroad!” That is the true meaning of the Italian reference in Macron’s discourse: French immigration policies could be so much worse – think of Salvini! In solidarity with the new Spanish Premier, Pedro Sanchez, Macron went so far as to propose sanctions against European States who lack European solidarity. But France had just refused to open its ports to the Aquarius rejected by Italy, and finally welcomed in Spain. Never mind contradictions: Macron soon went on to borrow Salvini’s words, accusing NGOs of “playing into the hands” of human traffickers. The French president ostensibly rejects the temptation of “illiberal democracies” such as Poland and Hungary – but Europhobes no longer have a monopoly on political xenophobia. These days, Europhiles often follow suit. The French president is the perfect embodiment of what can be called “neoliberal illiberalism”. Europhobes no longer have a monopoly on political xenophobia. These days, Europhiles often follow suit.

“Leprosy” and neo-fascism

How are we to define today’s “leprosy”? Chantal Mouffe’s “populist moment” won’t do if we are to take into account both sides of the coin. The philosopher advocates left-wing populism in response to right-wing populism: according to her, both have a “democratic nucleus” since they are both responses to “the demands of the popular sectors,” “from the groups who are the main losers of neoliberal globalization.” One could argue (as I have) about the “popular” vote for Trump. But in any case, today, not only can we see that neoliberal leaders like Macron have no qualms about mobilizing xenophobia, but conversely, populist leaders such as Trump, Orbán, or Erdoğan, promote neoliberal policies. This is why it seems misleading to argue that voting for right-wing populists is “the expression of resistances against the post-democratic condition brought about by thirty years of neoliberal hegemony.”

Contrary to Mouffe who refuses “classifying right-wing populist parties as ‘extreme-right’ or ‘neo-fascist’,” I argue that it makes sense to speak of a “neo-fascist moment” of neoliberalism. Today, we encounter familiar features of historical fascism – such as racism and xenophobia, of course, but also the blurring of boundaries between right and left, the fascination for charismatic leaders and the celebration of the nation, the rejection of elites and the glorification of the masses, contempt for the rule of law and a taste for violence, to name but a few. Contrary to Mouffe who refuses “classifying right-wing populist parties as ‘extreme-right’ or ‘neo-fascist’,” I argue that it makes sense to speak of a “neo-fascist moment” of neoliberalism.

It is interesting to read in this light Cornel West’s immediate reaction after Trump’s election. To explain this neo-fascist resurgence, the philosopher pointed out the responsibility of neoliberal economic policies, from Bill Clinton to Barack Obama, that Hillary Clinton was about to continue: who could disagree? But he also writes: “The neoliberal era in the United States ended with a neo-fascist bang.” Who can believe that Trump’s neo-fascism put an end to neoliberal policies? Certainly not Wall Street.

Contrary to West, Wendy Brown rejects the historical comparison with fascism, and continues favouring an interpretation in the light of the “stealth revolution” of neoliberalism that she has powerfully analyzed as an “undoing of the demos”. According to this political scientist, “despite some resonances with 1930s fascism, this libertarian authoritarianism is a novel political formation, one that is an inadvertent effect of neoliberal rationality.” Such a formation “should not just be reduced to the idea of fascism or populism.”

This argument complements Robert Paxton’s: according to the great historian of Vichy, while “it is powerfully tempting to call the new president of the United States a fascist,” given all the “fascist staples” of the new regime, if one takes into account his economic libertarianism, it makes more sense to call him a “plutocrat.”

Umbrella terms

These are serious objections, because there are indeed real differences between historical fascism and today’s neo-fascism. But is this not the very definition of Weberian ideal-types, such as feudalism or bureaucracy? The terms we use to think about the social world are umbrella terms regrouping empirical realities from diverse historical contexts – because of their similarities, and despite their differences. That is how concepts work.

This is true of fascism or populism, as it is of capitalism or neoliberalism itself. As Wendy Brown rightly points out, Trump’s protectionism is but a neoliberal variation, just like German ordoliberalism can be approached as “the other neoliberalism”, despite differences with IMF ideology. In the same way as there are different forms of neoliberalism, distinct from but related to traditional economic liberalism, neo-fascism can be approached in its contemporary specificity with historical echoes. And instead of opposing the two readings (either neoliberalism or neo-fascism ?) – why not then think of a neo-fascist moment of neoliberalism?

An approach in terms of “moment” is a way to insist on the historical logic of such concepts. In other words, there is no necessary link between capitalism (today neoliberalism) and fascism (here neo-fascism) –any more than there is with democracy, of course, contrary to the dominant discourse after the fall of the Berlin Wall. One need only remember that Tony Blair and José Luis Zapatero, when they converted social democracy to neoliberalism, far from riding the xenophobic wave, advocated opening the borders to economic migrants. More recently, the German Chancellor was both “Kaiser Merkel” in the spring of 2015 (when imposing ordoliberal austerity on the Syriza government in Greece), and “Mutti Angela” in the fall (when she opened the borders to over a million Syrian refugees). Neoliberalism can go both ways. But these moments of liberal illiberalism seem to belong to the past. The German Chancellor was both “Kaiser Merkel” in the spring of 2015 ... and “Mutti Angela” in the fall.

Calling a spade a spade

Why speak of neo-fascism? The answer is pragmatic: because today we need to call a spade a spade. Refusing to name neo-fascism is a way to refuse acting against it. The theoretical scruples of a few can be used as a political pretext of inertia by the many. Euphemizing the harsh reality of contemporary neo-fascism can become an obstacle when we need to mobilize a kind of anti-fascism that, far from serving as a democratic alibi for current economic policies, clearly points out the responsibility of neoliberalism for the rise of neo-fascism. As a consequence, there is no need to entertain the illusion that populism, which is a symptom of neoliberalism, might be the cure against it. Conversely, we have to accept that neoliberals like Macron are no antidotes to the far right: his immigration policies are not fundamentally different from Salvini’s. Both defend “Fortress Europe”.

In a word, there is nothing anachronistic about singing “Bella Ciao” today – providing that we update its meaning: we should not reserve this anti-fascist treatment to the current Italian Minister of the Interior, head of the Lega. It equally applies to his predecessor, Marco Minniti, from the Democratic Party, and to his French colleague who left the Socialist Party for Macron’s movement, En Marche – although Gérard Collomb apparently complains that he is sick and tired of playing the role of a fascist.

Maybe these politicians need to be told what they are doing in so many words, in the hope, if not that their weariness might induce some seachange on their part, but that ideological clarity will help us develop alternative strategies.

A shorter version of this piece in French was published in Le Monde a month ago.

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Annak idején a svájci barátainktól kaptuk őket, ma már igazi ritkaság. Boltokban fellelhetetlen minőség, a figurák kedvessége és kidolgozottsága felnőttként is lenyűgöző. Természetesen mindegyik hibátlan, hiánytalan.
Nézzük sorjában:
- Märli Memo 48db-os nyírfa lapkákból álló memóriajáték. A lapkák mérete 5, 7cm.
- Kacsás kirakó, mérete 30*21, 5cm.
- Madaras puzzle kirakó, mérete 22*17, 5cm.
- Kacsás kirakó piros keretben, mérete 22, 5*22, 5cm, anyagvastagság 2cm.
NINCS REJTETT MINIMÁLÁR, mindenki bátran licitáljon!
Kérem, tekintse meg a többi aukciómat is, egyszeri postázási költséggel több mindent vásárolhat. Köszönöm.
Az aukciót kérésre idő előtt is lezárom, ha legalább egy hét eltelt az indulás óta.
Feltételek: UTÁNVÉTTEL NEM POSTÁZOK, személyes átvétel csak egyedi, még licit előtt megbeszélt esetekben lehetséges. Preferált fizetési mód a banki átutalás, mindenkinek ez a legelőnyösebb. Ha az utalás problémát okoz, helyette postai rózsaszín csekken is fel lehet adni a pénzt. Futárszolgálattal történő szállítás esetén a szállító cég , a velük történő kapcsolattartás és a megrendelés leadása a vevő feladata. Amennyiben a kapcsolatfel
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vétel a vevő hibájából tíz napon belül nem történik meg, eladó automatikusan a következő szankciókat alkalmazza: az aukció érvénytelenítése és az áru újralistázása, a vevő Vatera tiltólistára helyezése és negatív minősítése. A termékeket kizárólag a nyerő licitben feltüntetett értéken lehet átvenni, utólagos alku nem lehetséges, ezért fontos, hogy mindig alaposan olvassa el a szöveget és nézze meg a képeket, tegye fel kérdéseit és mindezek alapján döntsön! Mindig ép és funkciójának megfelelő árut kínálok, ezen túlmenő garanciát nem vállalok, hacsak a leírásban ez nincs feltüntetve. A színek a valóságban némileg eltérhetnek a fotókon láthatóaktól. Szállítási információk az I+ oldalamon. Magán aukció, a vételár és a postaköltség visszatérítésére nincs mód. Kérem, ha a fenti vásárlási feltételeket nem tudja elfogadni, ne licitáljon! Elnézést kérek a becsületes Vaterásoktól a fenti "agyonszabályozásért" de sajnos szükség van rá az utóbbi időben elszaporodott átverések miatt. Figyelmét és érdeklődését nagyon köszönöm.
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4db csodás FA kirakójáték Svájcból '70-es évek
Jelenlegi ára: 7 990 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-11 02:16
          : Gales northern Europe - Thunderstorms east, 08 10 - 06:43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          Comment on PIERCE PARIS / PIERCE HARTMAN by Big Balled Bottom      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I'd like him to see my Hungary hole
          Clinical Safety Officer (Budapest, Hungary)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Salary: Competitive (GBP)
Benefits:
Location: Hungary, Budapest, Hungary
Company: Covance
Posted: 10 August 2018 12:15:22
Expiry: 10 September 2018 12:04:14
          Mozilla Development and News      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  • Firefox DevEdition 62 Beta 18 Testday, August 17th

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  • How to DoH-only with Firefox

    Firefox supports DNS-over-HTTPS (aka DoH) since version 62.

    You can instruct your Firefox to only use DoH and never fall-back and try the native resolver; the mode we call trr-only. Without any other ability to resolve host names, this is a little tricky so this guide is here to help you. (This situation might improve in the future.)

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          New comment on GeekList Wargamers - Fair Trade it Forward      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

by Cundiff

ist has moved ~450

Not relevant to the point. There are rules here that are not necessary and that prevent people from participating. For instance if a foreign trader wanted to take a game, but cannot because of the cost of shipping: They could offer to pay the shipping to the original trader, and THEN, instead of forcing someone else to go through the same thing, Offer a "Gift Card" for X amount of dollars at the closest Online retailer to that trader's location, thereby cutting the cost of shipping something back from Hungary for instance to the United States. Instead he buys a Gift Card and the individual who traded for the Gift Card can then use it at, oh for instance Noble Knight Games. Shipping is then cut by at least 2/3.

It allows overseas people an opportunity to take part that they otherwise are not willing to do because of the prohibitive costs.

It's not a matter of how many games have been moved. That is quite IRRELEVANT.
          In Orban's Hungary, a Glimpse of Europe's Demise      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Onetime dissident cozies up to Putin, betting that the post-Cold War era of liberal democracy is doomed. Among the economic and political implications: Hungary is building a giant Russian-designed nuclear power plant that will give Moscow leverage over its energy supply for decades to come.
          Europe forecast: Gales northern Europe - Thunderstorms east, Aug 10 - 06:43      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Friday A powerful area of low pressure sweeps across northern Europe early today, bringing damaging gale force winds to North Sea coasts of the Low Countries, northern Germany and Denmark. Strong winds will sweep into southern Sweden and the Baltic through the day. Heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms will move north across Scandinavia. A cold front passes east into central-eastern Europe, triggering thundery downpours and squally winds for Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Further thunderstorms are also likely for the Alps. A few showers will affect northern France and the Low Countries during the day, but much of France and Germany will be dry with sunshine, and fresher than recently at 23 to 26C. Plenty of sunshine across the Mediterranean, and also eastern Europe. Temperatures around 35C for the Balkans and Hungary, also hot for Italy and Greece. Dry for most of Spain and Portugal, not as hot as recently, but still up to 34 to 38C in the south-west. Local thunderstorms for the eastern Costas and Balearics.

Saturday High pressure and fairly fresh conditions influences France, the Low Countries and Germany. Unsettled for Scandinavia, with low pressure across the far north bringing wind and rain to northern Norway and Sweden. Showery for southern Scandinavia, but largely dry in Finland. Clusters of thunderstorms affect Poland, western Ukraine and Slovkia. Areas toward the Black Sea remain hot and dry, with fair weather also across Greece and the Aegean Sea, temperatures topping 30C. A few showers for the Austrian Alps, but drier further west into Switzerland. One or two zones of thunderstorms for south-east Spain, also southern Italy, otherwise the Mediterranean stays hot and dry. Temperatures nudging back toward 40C in Portugal and the south-west of Spain.


          The best answer to Holocaust denial is getting the facts right | Letters      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Professor Eve Rosenhaft of the University of Liverpool writes to correct a historical error in a piece about the vandalising of Elie Wiesel’s house in Romania

The article on the defacement of Elie Wiesel’s house in Sighetu Marmaţiei contains a historical error (House of Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel vandalised in Romania, 4 August). The “150,000 Jews and 25,000 Roma people [deported] to … a part of the Soviet Union that was controlled by the Axis powers from 1941 to 1944” were not sent “to Nazi concentration camps there”. Rather, in Transnistria (as that territory is remembered with horror by both Jews and Roma), the deportees were in turn abandoned to homelessness, hunger and disease, interned, subjected to forced labour and physical abuse, and killed or allowed to die by the Romanian police and local authorities on the orders of the Romanian government. A further 100,000 Jews who were already living in Transnistria were murdered by the same agents. Elie Wiesel’s home town, Sighetu Marmaţiei, was in the part of Romania annexed by Hungary in 1940. Of the totality of Romanian Jews, it was mainly those subject to Hungarian rule who were deported to Nazi camps.

We honour the victims of the Holocaust best when we acknowledge the particularity of their experiences, and getting the facts right is the best answer to Holocaust denial.
Eve Rosenhaft
Professor of German historical studies, University of Liverpool

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          0Q431 Viktória mintás Herendi fonott kosár - Jelenlegi ára: 18 000 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hibátlan állapotú, Viktória mintás Herendi fonott kosár plasztikus virágdíszítéssel.
Aranyozása is kopásmentes, ajándékozható állapotban van.
Alján kék Herendi jelzés:
HEREND HUNGARY HANDPAINTED
Mélynyomással:
HEREND
Formaszám:
7384/VBO
Szélesség: 15 cmMagasság: 4. 5 cmSúly: 0. 265 kg
Termékeim között több Herendi porcelán található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva! Termékeim között több Herendi porcelán kosár található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva!
A termékről további nagy felbontású képek!
ÁRUIM ZÖME ANTIK ÉS RÉGI TÁRGYAKBÓL ÁLL.
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELI LEHETŐSÉG BUDAPESTEN (IX. ) ILLETVE SZEGEDEN!
 
Szállítás
Termékeinket az MPL futárszolgálattal küldjük! Terjedelmes tárgyaink szállításában külön díjazás mellett tudunk segíteni! Szállítási módok az alábbiak szerint alakulnak
 
Személyes átvétel Budapest IX.
 
 
Személyes átvétel Szeged
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
 
 
Fizetés
A vételár és szállítási költség kiegyenlítésére az alábbi lehetőségeket biztosítjuk
 
Személyes átvételkor készpénzben
 
 
Banki átutalás
 
 
Utánvét
 
 
Paypal (MasterCard, Visa)
 
 
Szállítási, átvételi idő
A termék vásárlását követően a szállítási, kézhez vételi idő az alábbiak szerint alakul belföldön
 
Személyes átvétel
1-5 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
2-3 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
1-3 munkanap
 
( pillangó lepke virág herendi virágszirom )
0Q431 Viktória mintás Herendi fonott kosár
Jelenlegi ára: 18 000 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 23:30
          0Q428 Viktória mintás Herendi porcelán váza 15 cm - Jelenlegi ára: 22 000 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hibátlan állapotú, Viktória mintás Herendi porcelán váza, díszváza.
Alján kék Herendi jelzés:
HEREND HUNGARY HANDPAINTED
Formaszám:
7110/VBOSzélesség: 9. 5 cmMagasság: 15. 5 cmSúly: 0. 22 kg
Termékeim között több Viktória mintás porcelán található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva! Termékeim között több Herendi váza található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva! Termékeim között több Herendi porcelán található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva!
A termékről további nagy felbontású képek!
ÁRUIM ZÖME ANTIK ÉS RÉGI TÁRGYAKBÓL ÁLL.
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELI LEHETŐSÉG BUDAPESTEN (IX. ) ILLETVE SZEGEDEN!
 
Szállítás
Termékeinket az MPL futárszolgálattal küldjük! Terjedelmes tárgyaink szállításában külön díjazás mellett tudunk segíteni! Szállítási módok az alábbiak szerint alakulnak
 
Személyes átvétel Budapest IX.
 
 
Személyes átvétel Szeged
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
 
 
Fizetés
A vételár és szállítási költség kiegyenlítésére az alábbi lehetőségeket biztosítjuk
 
Személyes átvételkor készpénzben
 
 
Banki átutalás
 
 
Utánvét
 
 
Paypal (MasterCard, Visa)
 
 
Szállítási, átvételi idő
A termék vásárlását követően a szállítási, kézhez vételi idő az alábbiak szerint alakul belföldön
 
Személyes átvétel
1-5 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
2-3 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
1-3 munkanap
 
( díszváza dísz váza ibolya váza ibolyaváza váza victoria )
0Q428 Viktória mintás Herendi porcelán váza 15 cm
Jelenlegi ára: 22 000 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 23:30


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