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          Sicilia, bloccata nave in mare: sequestrata droga per circa 200 milioni di euro e 11 arresti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bloccata nave carica di droga. La Guardia di Finanza, coordinata dalla Dda di Palermo, ha sequestrato nel capoluogo siciliano oltre 20 tonnellate di hashish, 400 mila litri di gasolio e la nave che li trasportava, la “Remus”, battente bandiera panamense. Arrestato gli 11 componenti dell’equipaggio, tutti del Montenegro. La nave è abbordata in acque internazionali
          Italy Uncovers Massive Load of Hash in Ship’s Fuel Tanks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ROME, Aug 9 (Reuters) – Italian police said on Thursday they found 20 tonnes of hash worth as much as 200 million euros ($232 million) in the fuel tanks of a Panama-flagged ship that was stopped in international waters and escorted to Sicily. The entire 11-person crew, all from Montenegro, was arrested for international drugs […]
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PODGORICA, Montenegro (AP) - Montenegro on Thursday issued an international arrest warrant for a former CIA agent for alleged involvement in what the...
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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
4 rooms 3 bathrooms oven cooker parking fridge dishwasher balcony air conditioning fitted kitchen microwave garden freezer internet swimming pool
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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
4 rooms 3 bathrooms oven cooker parking fridge dishwasher balcony air conditioning fitted kitchen microwave garden freezer internet swimming pool
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          Report: Montenegro seeks ex-CIA agent in failed coup      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Montenegro is seeking the arrest of a former CIA agent in what the government calls a failed pro-Russian coup in 2016 designed to prevent the Balkan country's NATO membership

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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
4 rooms 3 bathrooms oven cooker parking fridge dishwasher balcony air conditioning fitted kitchen microwave garden freezer internet swimming pool
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          Llega a Sicilia un buque con 200 millones de euros en hachís procedente de Canarias      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La policía italiana ha confirmado este jueves la intervención de 20 toneladas de hachís por valor de 200 millones de euros en los tanques de combustible de un barco con bandera panameña que se detuvo en aguas internacionales y fue escoltado a Sicilia. La totalidad de la tripulación de 11 personas, todos de Montenegro, fue arrestada por tráfico internacional de drogas, dijo la policía financiera de Italia en un comunicado. El barco de investigación y reconocimiento «Remus» dejó Canarias rumbo a Egipto y Turquía, pero la vigilancia policial mostró que había desactivado su transmisor de posición cerca de la costa de norte de África, levantando las sospechas de los investigadores. Con el permiso de las autoridades panameñas, la policía financiera italiana se apoderó del buque en aguas internacionales el 31 de julio y lo escoltó a Palermo, donde ha llegado este jueves. Los tanques de combustible se vaciaron y allí estaba la droga envuelta en bolsas marrones selladas. «Se ha confirmado que el Mar Mediterráneo es una de las arterias más grandes del mundo para el tráfico ilegal», dijo la declaración policial. «Los resultados de la operación son el fruto de la recopilación de inteligencia atenta y el análisis de las rutas del barco». La resina de cannabis comprimida con hachís del norte de África probablemente estaba destinada al mercado europeo, dijo la policía. Marruecos es el mayor productor de hachís del mundo, que es contrabandeado a Europa a través de España, según la Oficina de las Naciones Unidas contra la Droga y el Crimen Organizado.
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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
4 rooms 3 bathrooms oven cooker parking fridge dishwasher balcony air conditioning fitted kitchen microwave garden freezer internet swimming pool
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Montenegro on Thursday issued an international arrest warrant for a former CIA agent for alleged involvement in what the government said...

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          Los secretos más oscuros, saldrán a la luz en 'El secreto de Puente Viejo'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Francisca Montenegro lleva tres meses desaparecida. Ahora los secretos más oscuros, saldrán a la luz. La próxima semana descubriremos a Raimundo frente a Francisca tras una incesante y dolorosa búsqueda: "No voy a permitir que mueras después de haberte encontrado". Próxima semana en 'El secreto de Puente Viejo', de lunes a viernes a las 17:30 horas en Antena 3.
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Don't give up on hope. 


A daily column on what the ALP have as a policy, supported by a local member, and how it has 'helped' the local community. I'll stop if I cannot identify a policy. Feel free to make suggestions. Contact me on FB, not twitter. I have twitter, but never look at it.

Gabrielle Williams was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Carers and Volunteers, working with the Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing and the Minister for Families and Children. 



As part of the November 24th Vic election campaign I have a petition I want to bring before the Opposition Leader Matthew Guy. I believe Matthew will be the next premier of Victoria and so I am petitioning him as I raise the issues of Employment, Crime and Education in Dandenong. I am also seeking money for my campaign. I don't have party resources, and so my campaign is on foot, and on the internet. Any money I receive that is not spent on the campaign will go to Grow 4 Life. I am asking questions like "What do you love about Dandenong?" and "If you could change something in Dandenong to make it better, what would it be?" I'm not limiting the questions to state issues. I'm happy to discuss anything, and get things done.



I am a decent man and don't care for the abuse given me. I created a video raising awareness of anti police feeling among western communities. I chose the senseless killing of Nicola Cotton, a Louisiana policewoman who joined post Katrina, to highlight the issue. I did this in order to get an income after having been illegally blacklisted from work in NSW for being a whistleblower. I have not done anything wrong. Local council appointees refused to endorse my work, so I did it for free. Youtube's Adsence refused to allow me to profit from their marketing it. Meanwhile, I am hostage to abysmal political leadership and hopeless journalists. My shopfront has opened on Facebook.

Here is a video I made Big Heart

Big Heart is two stories, originally titled 'Beating Heart' and 'Broken Heart.'
Sam is 14 years old, and dreams of making it big in the world. Only thing is, he gets no respect at school or at home. He has friends that deal in drugs, and he thinks he might make a success of it, but then people begin to die and Sam needs to work fast to escape the hole he has dug himself.
David Daniel Ball, wrote and narrated this story. It was originally published in the 'Werewolves of Wynyard' collection. 

text version at 

David Daniel Ball


=== from 2017 ===
Some things should not happen, but they do. Victoria's opposition leader, Matthew Guy had a dinner with a guy banned from a casino and the ALP are demanding he resign and accusing him of consorting with gangsters. The denunciation is almost funny coming from anyone connected with the CFMEU. Almost. There is something behind the attack that hasn't been widely circulated, partly because it is before a court and in all likelihood, many frontline ALP members of parliament will be forced to resign for abuse of power in office. It involves the Red Shirt Brigade who support ALP by handing out how to vote cards, door knocking, phoning constituents and so on. Red shirts are supposed to be volunteers, and by electoral office rules, if they are paid by members, are restricted to that member's area. Only ALP offices have been paying their red shirts sums like $48 an hour and they have been acting outside their jurisdiction. I'll quote Matthew Guy from parliament on 8th March 2017. "Mr GUY (Leader of the Opposition) — Premier, you lead a chaotic, scandal-ridden government and a party that has seen three ministers, a whip and two Presiding Officers all forced to resign: Steve Herbert from the Legislative Council chauffeured his dogs from one end of the state to the other; your two former Presiding Officers perpetrate the biggest expenses rort in Victorian political history; the massive red shirt rorting of electorate office budgets; and millions of dollars spent on legal fees trying to stop the Ombudsman investigating these rorts. On top of all of that, Premier, you have allowed yourself to be blackmailed by the United Firefighters Union and Peter Marshall. Premier, is your government chaotic, incompetent, negligent or all of the above?" There is a court investigating the Red Shirt Brigade issue, and it is due to report soon. And the ALP know the findings will be damning. And all the ALP can do is complain about a lobster dinner engaged in public? 

At the battle of Lechfield in 955 Hungarians claimed to be Europeans, Germans disputed it, and won. In 991 at the Battle of Maldon, in Essex, Vikings faced Aethelred the Unready and won 3,300 Kg of silver. In 1270 Yekuno Amlak took the imperial throne of Ethiopia, restoring the Solomonic dynasty to power after a 100-year Zagwe interregnum. In 1316, the second battle of Athenry between Irish forces resulted in an Irish loss. No survivors wrote an account. Many lost their heads. In 1512, at the Battle of Saint-Mathieu, England's Henry VIII had a naval victory, but both the flagships blew up. Possibly the first engagement using port cannon. In 1519 Magellan set off on a round the world trip. He died en-route. His birthplace is disputed as to changeovers between Spain and Portugal. He might have been Palestinian. In 1628, Sweden built the magnificent Vasa, which sank twenty minutes into her maiden voyage. In 1675, desperate to know the correct time, the cornerstone to Royal Greenwich Observatory was laid. In 1776, the Declaration of independence reached London. In 1792 in the French Revolution Louis XVI was arrested and his entire bodyguard killed. The next year, the Musée du Louvre was opened. In 1846, the Smithsonian was chartered by the US Congress. In 1904 the Russians and Japanese faced off at the Battle of Yellow Sea and had a draw. In 1932, a meteorite weighing 5.1kg landed in Missouri. In 1948, Candid Camera made a tv debut a year after Candid Microphone began on Radio. In 1969, A day after murdering Sharon Tate and four others, members of Charles Manson's cult killed Leno and Rosemary LaBianca. In 1977, David Berkowitz was arrested, he was called the Son of Sam, and he had killed people at random. In 1981, the head of Adam Walsh was found. Adam was six years old and his death prompted his dad to start America's Most Wanted. In 1988, Reagan began paying compensation to living Japanese Americans detained in WW2 by signing the Civil Liberties act of 1988. In 1990, the Magellan space probe reached Venus, four hundred and seventy one years after Magellan set forth on a circumnavigation. In 1995, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nicholls were indicted for the Oklahoma Bombing. In 2003, the highest temperature ever recorded in the UK, 38.5 degrees centigrade was reached. It has been cooler ever since. On the same day, a couple married in space, but there is no evidence they were gay. 






















































































=== from 2016 === 
#AusCensusFail16 is another humiliation for the Turnbull government. A Benghazi type announcement blamed hackers for the planned failure. The agile, nimble, clever Turnbull government spent millions of dollars demonstrating it could not be trusted to implement online elections. What ultimately happened was that people attempted to complete the forms after work, before the evening got underway. So about 7PM Eastern Standard time, just after Turnbull tweeted he had successfully lodged his contribution to the census, the system crashed and twenty six hours later is still down. The data will never now be completed. Important data needed for planning. The Turnbull government had no agenda. This is just one of many humiliations for Turnbull before his inevitable resignation. And it is a salient lesson for those who are thinking of voting for Hillary Clinton. She too has no agenda to better the people she wants to vote for her. Corruption is not a plan for improvement. 

For some, at the moment, the Sex Party has more credibility.  
=== from 2015 ===
ALP looks to have prospered through her abuse of power over the expenses scandal. To cap it off, the media protectors of the ALP have gloated. Claims are made that the new speaker will be fair, suggesting the previous one wasn't. But it was the ALP abusing power which got some four hundred evictions of her members under the previous speaker, Bronwyn Bishop. The attacks on Bishop, given that no one else is held to the same standard, is misogynistic. Tony Burke, as leader of opposition business locked horns with Bishop a lot and so he had a vested interest in lying to trash her career as Speaker. Burke and Shorten should resign, but instead get a poll bounce in their favour. One hopes that Mr Abbott is keeping this ace for an election. 
From 2014
It looked like a stunt when Jason Clare announced an inquest into sports drugs and gambling. Clare was deflecting attention away from the leadership challenge within the ALP which outsiders called between Rudd and Gillard but which also included Wong, Combet, Shorten, Clare, Carr, and a half dozen other cowards. Apparently, nothing was meant to happen, although two major codes and a few clubs and many players and trainers were smeared, called drug cheats and or forced out of the game. It looks like politicians tried to railroad athletes into admitting guilt. In the US, Obama has done much the same, for similar reasons. No player in any sport has been found guilty of what Clare claimed was endemic to all sports. In related news, the ALP has no policy on anything, but opposes everything the government proposes. When the LNP were in opposition, they supported 80% of the legislation. But the difference is in the monitoring. ABC criticise the 18C backdown even as they denied the need for change. 
Historical perspective on this day
955 – Battle of LechfeldOtto I, Holy Roman Emperordefeats the Magyars, ending 50 years of Magyar invasion of the West.
991 – Battle of Maldon: The English, led by ByrhtnothEaldorman of Essex, are defeated by a band of inland-raiding Vikings near Maldon, Essex.
1270 – Yekuno Amlak takes the imperial throne of Ethiopia, restoring the Solomonic dynasty to power after a 100-year Zagwe interregnum.
1316 – The Second Battle of Athenry takes place near Athenry during the Bruce campaign in Ireland.

1512 – The naval Battle of Saint-Mathieu, during the War of the League of Cambrai, sees the simultaneous destruction of the Breton ship La Cordelière and the English ship The Regent.
1519 – Ferdinand Magellan's five ships set sail from Seville to circumnavigate the globe. The Basque second-in-command Juan Sebastián Elcano will complete the expedition after Magellan's death in the Philippines.
1557 – Battle of St. Quentin: Spanish victory over the French in the Italian War of 1551–59.
1585 – The Treaty of Nonsuch signed by Elizabeth I of England and the Dutch Rebels.
1628 – The Swedish warship Vasa sinks in the Stockholm harbour after only about 20 minutes of her maiden voyage.
1675 – The foundation stone of the Royal Greenwich Observatory in London, England is laid.
1680 – The Pueblo Revolt begins in New Mexico.

1755 – Under the orders of Charles Lawrence, the British Army begins to forcibly deportthe Acadians from Nova Scotia to the Thirteen Colonies.
1776 – American Revolutionary War: Word of the United States Declaration of Independence reaches London.
1792 – French RevolutionStorming of the Tuileries PalaceLouis XVI of France is arrested and taken into custody as his Swiss Guards are massacred by the Parisian mob.
1793 – The Musée du Louvre is officially opened in Paris, France.

1809 – Quito, now the capital of Ecuador, declares independence from Spain. This rebellion will be crushed on August 21810.
1813 – Instituto Nacional, is founded by the Chilean patriot José Miguel Carrera. It is Chile's oldest and most prestigious school. Its motto is Labor Omnia Vincit, which means "Work conquers all things".
1821 – Missouri is admitted as the 24th U.S. state.
1846 – The Smithsonian Institution is chartered by the United States Congress after James Smithson donates $500,000.
1856 – The Last Island hurricane strikes Louisiana, resulting in over 200 deaths.
1861 – American Civil WarBattle of Wilson's Creek: A mixed force of ConfederateMissouri State Guard, and Arkansas State troops defeat outnumbered attacking Unionforces in the southwestern part of the state.
1864 – After Uruguay's governing Blanco Party refuses Brazil's demands, José Antônio Saraiva announces that the Brazilian military will begin reprisals, beginning the Uruguayan War.

1901 – The U.S. Steel recognition strike by the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers begins.
1904 – Russo-Japanese War: The Battle of the Yellow Sea between the Russian and Japanese battleship fleets takes place.
1905 – Russo-Japanese War: Peace negotiations begin in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
1913 – Second Balkan War: Delegates from BulgariaRomaniaSerbiaMontenegro, and Greece sign the Treaty of Bucharest, ending the war.
1920 – World War IOttoman sultan Mehmed VI's representatives sign the Treaty of Sèvres that divides up the Ottoman Empire between the Allies.
1932 – A 5.1 kilograms (11 lb) chondrite-type meteorite breaks into at least seven pieces and lands near the town of Archie in Cass County, Missouri.

1944 – World War II: The Battle of Guam comes to an effective end.
1944 – World War II: The Battle of Narva ends with a combined German–Estonianforce successfully defending Narva, Estonia, from invading Soviet troops.
1948 – Candid Camera makes its television debut after being on radio for a year as Candid Microphone.
1949 – U.S. President Harry S. Truman signs the National Security Act Amendment, streamlining the defense agencies of the United States government, and replacing the Department of War with the United States Department of Defense.
1953 – First Indochina War: The French Union withdraws its forces from Operation Camargue against the Viet Minh in central Vietnam.
1954 – At Massena, New York, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Saint Lawrence Seaway is held.

1961 – First use in Vietnam War of the Agent Orange by the U.S. Army.
1966 – The Heron Road Bridge collapses while being built, killing nine workers in the deadliest construction accident in both Ottawa and Ontario
1969 – A day after murdering Sharon Tate and four others, members of Charles Manson's cult kill Leno and Rosemary LaBianca.
1971 – The Society for American Baseball Research is founded in Cooperstown, New York.
1977 – In Yonkers, New York, 24-year-old postal employee David Berkowitz ("Son of Sam") is arrested for a series of killings in the New York City area over the period of one year.
1978 – Three members of the Ulrich family are killed in an accident. This leads to the Polska Україна


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          Réu é condenado a 17 anos de prisão por matar namorada com tiro no rosto, na PB      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Vítima levou tiro no rosto, dentro do próprio apartamento. Réu tem o direito de recorrer em liberdade. Julgamento aconteceu no Fórum Criminal de João Pessoa Reprodução/TV Cabo Branco O bacharel em direito, José Itamar de Lima Montenegro Júnior, foi condenado a 17 anos de prisão, inicialmente em regime fechado, por matar a namorada Érica Vanessa de Souza Lira, com um tiro no rosto, no ano de 2014, em João Pessoa. O júri popular aconteceu nesta quinta-feira (9), no Fórum Criminal da capital, mas a sentença só foi lida no início da manhã desta sexta-feira (10). O réu pode recorrer em liberdade. Por se tratar de um crime hediondo, a pena deve ser cumprida, inicialmente, em regime fechado, em algum presídio de João Pessoa, a ser definido pelo juiz da Vara de Execuções Penais. A filha de Erica, Ashlley Kessy, esteve no julgamento e disse que a família esperava por uma pena máxima. "Mas agradecemos e estamos parcialmente satisfeitos com a justiça que foi feita. Pedimos que ele não consiga recorrer em liberdade e sim em regime fechado", declarou. Quando a mãe morreu, Ashlley tinha 16 anos. A vítima levou um tiro no rosto no dia 24 de abril, dentro do próprio apartamento, no bairro do Bessa, e morreu no dia 5 de maio, no Hospital de Emergência e Trauma de João Pessoa. Na época do crime, José Itamar foi apontado como principal suspeito de matar a namorada, também bacharel em direito. Ele foi preso no dia 29 de abril após se apresentar na Delegacia de Homicídios com um grupo de advogados para prestar depoimento sobre o caso. Segundo informações da Polícia Civil, após prestar esclarecimentos o mandado de prisão preventiva foi cumprido. Érica Vanessa tinha 32 anos e estava no próprio apartamento quando foi atingida pelo disparo. O tiro entrou na região do nariz e se alojou na nunca. A vítima foi socorrida pela equipe do Samu e da Polícia Militar ainda consciente. Na época do crime, a Polícia Civil informou que ele tem um histórico grande de violência contra mulheres, incluindo o estupro a uma menina de 12 anos, no entanto, os processos já foram arquivados e, por isso, a juiza não levou em consideração durante a sentença.
          Sekwestrat vapur b’20 tunellata ħaxixa mill-Pulizija Taljana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Il-forzi tas-sigurtà Taljani interċettaw u sekwestraw vapur li kien qed iġorr 20 tunellata ħaxixa. Id-droga kienet moħbija fil-petrol abord il-vapur Remus bi bandiera tal-Panama u abbord kien hemm 11-il persuna mill-Montenegro li kienu arrestati mill-forzi tas-sigurtà Taljani. Is-sekwestru sar f’ibħra internazzjonali u mbagħad il-vapur kien eskortat lejn il-port ta’ Palermo. B’kollox id-droga kienet moħbija fi […]

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          В столице Черногории заметно подорожала недвижимость      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

За последние 4-5 месяцев практически во всех районах Подгорицы квартиры выросли в цене на 100-300 евро за квадратный метр, сообщает BalkanPro.

Ощутимо подорожало жилье в квартале City Kvart (рядом с торговым комплексом Delta City) – с 1250 – 1300 евро за кв. м цена поднялась до 1350-1400 евро за кв. м. В районе Старый Аэродром стоимость кв.м. составляет 1250 евро. Р

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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
4 rooms 3 bathrooms oven cooker parking fridge dishwasher balcony air conditioning fitted kitchen microwave garden freezer internet swimming pool
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          Los secretos más oscuros, saldrán a la luz en ‘El secreto de Puente Viejo’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Francisca Montenegro lleva tres meses desaparecida.

La entrada Los secretos más oscuros, saldrán a la luz en ‘El secreto de Puente Viejo’ aparece primero en El secreto de Puente Viejo.


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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
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          Hugo Montenegro & His Orchestra and Chorus - Hang 'Em High (Remastered) (1968/2018) Hi Res      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hugo Montenegro & His Orchestra and Chorus - Hang 'Em High (Remastered) (1968/2018) Hi Res

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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
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          Episode 44 - Montenegro The Next Generation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Listen to the episode here: Episode 44 – Montenegro The Next Generation In this episode, Danie
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The villa was built in 2008 as a family holiday home. It is set on a hillside in Vidikovac (meaning beautiful view), a quiet, small rural village, in one of the most popular holiday destinations in Montenegro: 5kms from the historic town of...
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          Why America’s Allies Should Develop Nuclear Weapons      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Doug Bandow

Germans are losing their trust in America’s security guarantees. Believing that U.S. troops would always defend Europe, Berlin has allowed its military outlays and capabilities to wither. German defense spending at present barely breaks 1 percent of GDP. With only slight overstatement, political scientist Christian Hacke recently said of the German military, “nothing flies, nothing floats, and nothing runs.”

For years, Washington officials have whined about Europe’s and especially Germany’s failure to take defense seriously. Yet the U.S. also continued to spend money and deploy troops to “reassure” its allies, giving them less incentive to do more.

Despite his tough rhetoric, in practice, President Donald Trump’s policy has proven to be more of the same. He criticized America’s defense commitments to Montenegro, yet allowed it to enter NATO. At the latest alliance summit, his subordinates advanced new subsidies for member states. This year the administration is putting another $6.5 billion into the European Deterrence Initiative, formerly called the European Reassurance Initiative.

Nevertheless, the president’s crude hostility and unpredictability have set him apart from his predecessors. Thus, many Germans and other Europeans worry that he might walk away from NATO.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been particularly vocal. Last year she defiantly responded to President Trump’s criticism by calling on Europeans to “take our fate into our own hands.” She remains committed to bumping her country’s military outlays up to 2 percent of GDP, despite opposition from her coalition partners.

Proliferation is a good thing if it means relieving some of America’s numerous security guarantees.

Other Germans want to do even more. For instance, shortly after Trump’s election, Roderich Kiesewetter, a member of the Bundestag and former German general staff officer, suggested creating a European military budget to expand the French and British nuclear arsenals. Berthold Kohler, publisher of the influential Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, urged direct German support.

Two weeks ago, the Welt am Sonntag ran an article by Christian Hacke that argued Germany was no longer under America’s nuclear umbrella and that “national defense on the basis of a nuclear deterrent must be given priority in light of new transatlantic uncertainties and potential confrontations.” Criticism of his idea was fierce — a former intelligence official denounced it as “reckless, foolish, and incendiary.”

U.S. commentators also dumped on Hacke’s proposal. Jim Townsend, a one-time deputy defense secretary, argued: “Trump notwithstanding, the U.S. nuclear guarantee is not going anywhere.” That, of course, is the conventional wisdom inside the Blob, as the Washington foreign policy establishment has been called, which also believes that America must forever defend Europe, Asia, and the Middle East; fix failed societies and sort out foreign civil wars everywhere; and underwrite every authoritarian regime that claims to oppose Washington’s enemy du jour.

But it isn’t just the Germans who are considering nuclear options. Jarsolaw Kaczynski, former Polish prime minister and dominant figure in Poland’s current government, has suggested developing a European nuclear arsenal to confront Russia.

The same question also has arisen in Asia. The Republic of Korea embarked on a nuclear program in the 1970s after President Park Chung-hee doubted the Nixon administration’s commitment to the ROK’s defense. Seoul later abandoned the effort under U.S. pressure, though in recent years the North’s nuclear advances have fed popular support for a South Korean bomb. A poll found two thirds of South Koreans in favor and some newspapers and politicians offered their support.

North Korea’s new pacific course has reduced the perceived necessity of a nuclear arsenal and leftish President Moon Jae-in last fall declared, “We will not develop or possess nuclear weapons.” However, the future remains uncertain. Indeed, few Korea analysts believe Pyongyang will ever fully disarm, and President Trump has shown disdain for America’s defense commitment to South Korea.

Even more controversial is the case of Japan. The idea of possessing nuclear weapons remains anathema to much of the Japanese population, but they also remain sheltered beneath America’s nuclear umbrella. Despite Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s attempt to tie himself to President Trump, an increasingly burdened America may tire of protecting its wealthiest ally.

So far the proliferation door is “ajar, even if no one is leading the way through it,” observed Llewelyn Hughes of GR Japan. The idea of a Japanese nuke was studied (and rejected) by military and civilian policymakers as far back as the 1960s. During the conservative nationalist Abe’s earlier stint as prime minister a decade ago, he appeared to offer indirect support for a Japanese nuclear weapon, though nothing came of that gambit. In April 2016, Abe observed that the Japanese Constitution does not preclude the country from possessing and using nuclear bombs, which reaffirmed a position going back to Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi in 1957. The same reasoning allows Tokyo to field a “Self-Defense Force” despite the constitution’s Article Nine, which holds that “land, sea, and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained.”

Most U.S. policymakers dismiss the idea of friendly proliferation in Asia, though analyst Ira Straus has proposed a nuclear loan by Washington to Japan and the ROK. Ultimately, however, there is no reason for the U.S. to remain entangled in those nations’ defense. Both are nuclear capable and could develop their own weapons if they desired. America should consider shifting — permanently, not temporarily — nuclear as well as conventional defense responsibilities onto its freeloading allies.

Uncle Sam has been profligate with his nuclear umbrellas. The 28 other NATO members — including Montenegro, President Trump’s bête noire — each received one. So did Japan and South Korea. Australia and Taiwan could also be seen as protected. Certainly Israel would be had it not developed its own arsenal. Perhaps Saudi Arabia would get one if Iran developed a bomb. Ukraine probably thought it had one after yielding its leftover Soviet nukes.

The presumption is that America’s commitments are costless since they will never be called in. Washington deters the bad guys while preventing the spread of nuclear weapons. Whatever risk might exist, believes the Blob, it’s vastly exceeded by the dangers of proliferation. Under such assumptions, no wonder non-proliferation is one of foreign policy’s great sacred cows.

The problem with our promises to use nukes on behalf of other nations is that doing so costs nothing only so long as deterrence holds. And history is full of conflicts in which conventional alliances failed to prevent war. World Wars I and II are prime examples.

A nuclear guarantee that failed at deterrence would force either military action likely to result in destruction on the American homeland or humiliating retreat and a consequent loss of credibility and honor. What U.S. cities should be held hostage for Berlin, Taipei, Podgorica, Tokyo, Warsaw, and Canberra? Only an interest most compelling could justify taking such a risk. Yet Washington has opened its nuclear umbrellas casually, even thoughtlessly, without much regard for the consequences.

In fact, most of America’s nuclear guarantees are leftovers, tied to antiquated alliances created during a different time. But for those commitments, the U.S. would not be a nuclear target of so many opposing regimes. Through its alliances, Washington has needlessly turned itself into an adversary of nuclear-armed powers.

Hence last year’s bizarre nuclear scare involving North Korea. No serious analyst believed the DPRK planned to start a nuclear war with America. Nothing suggested that any one of the three Kims who ruled the North were suicidal. Yet in the event of a conventional war, Pyongyang could still be tempted to either strike out in desperation or threaten attacks on civilian targets to halt an allied advance. With South Korea well able to defend itself, Washington is risking nuclear attack for no good reason.

The dangers are exacerbated by the potential impact of nuclear guarantees on allied behavior, which can encourage intransigence and even recklessness. Conventional commitments are dangerous enough. In the early 2000s, Taiwan’s independence-minded Chen Shui-bian government appeared to provoke Beijing in the belief that the U.S. would deal with any consequences. In 2008, Georgia’s Mikheil Saakashvili triggered a disastrous conflict with Russia, bombarding Moscow’s troops in the breakaway territory of South Ossetia, apparently expecting Washington to enter any war on his government’s side.

While friendly proliferation could create instability and encourage competing arms build-ups, it would also be the most effective way to constrain China without forcing the U.S. into a military confrontation over primarily allied interests with what will be soon a great power, perhaps eventually even a superpower. Enabling more nuclear states would be unfortunate, but it still might be the best among bad options.

If nothing else, Americans should debate Washington’s multiple nuclear guarantees. Recipient nations increasingly recognize that the nuclear umbrella offers an imperfect defense at best. And the U.S. government’s nuclear commitments create enormous, disproportionate costs and risks for Americans. When the issue is nuclear war, without question America must come first.

Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute. A former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan, he is author of Foreign Follies: America’s New Global Empire.
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NATO's newest member thinks an ex-CIA agent was involved in a Russian-backed coup attempt meant to keep it from joining the allianceMontenegro on Thursday issued an international arrest warrant for a former CIA agent for alleged involvement in what the government said was a failed pro-Russia coup designed to prevent the Balkan country's NATO membership. The Russians and 12 others, mostly Serbs, are on trial in Montenegro over the alleged election day plot in October 2016 that included plans to assassinate then-Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, storming parliament and taking over power. Assad and his wife, Michele, both former US counter-terrorism officers, gained international attention when US media said they helped more than 100 Iraqi Christians to escape Islamic State group violence and flee to Europe as refugees in 2015.



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Ações de orientação nutricional, odontológica e avaliações físicas estão disponíveis até sábado (11), das 10h as 21h, no shopping localizado na avenida Augusto Montenegro. Professores e alunos do curso de Biológicas e Saúde de universidade promovem ação de saúde gratuita à população Divulgação Professores e alunos do curso do Centro de Ciências Biológicas e de Saúde (CCBS) da Universidade da Amazônia (Unama) promovem ações de orientação nutricional, odontológica e avaliações físicas para a população no shopping localizado na avenida Augusto Montenegro, em Belém. O evento vai até sábado (11), das 10h às 21h. Segundo Ivie Maneschy, coordenadora do curso de nutrição, a programação visa o bem-estar individual, com objetivo de prevenção de doenças crônicas não transmissíveis, como diabetes, doenças cardíacas e obesidade. “Quando a universidade vai até a população, nós conseguimos cumprir nossa responsabilidade social com a comunidade. Porém, não é só isso. Levar esse tipo de serviço para as pessoas é ter a oportunidade de melhorar a qualidade de vida delas e o shopping é um lugar muito inclusivo para isso”, disse Ivie. Serviço Ação de saúde do CCBS da Unama, até sábado (11) de 10h às 22h, no Parque Shopping, localizado no bairro do Parque Verde. Programação gratuita e aberta à comunidade.
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Novos Baianos e Chico lobo também fazem show na capital neste fim de semana. Veja os destaques do MG Cultura para o fim de semana em Belo Horizonte Os cantores e compositores Adriana Calcanhoto e Oswaldo Montenegro estão entre as atrações musicais em Belo Horizonte neste fim de semana. Os Novos Baianos e o violeiro Chico Lobo também fazem shows na capital mineira. No Sesc Palladium, há a opção de música clássica. A Orquestra Ouro Preto faz um concerto em homenagem ao compositor Chico Mário, com participação dos filhos do músico. A apresentação é às 18h de domingo (12). Já no Palácio das Artes, o Ferstival de Curtas de Belo Horizonte traz o cinema negro como tema. A abertura é sexta-feira às 20h30. Ainda há teatro adulto e infantil. Confira o que vem por aí. Shows Balaio de Bambas Sexta-feira, 20h Mercado Distrital Cruzeiro Classificação: 18 anos Grupo América 4 Sexta-feira, 20 h Cine Theatro Brasil Classificação livre Chico Lobo Sexta-feira, 21h Centro Cultural Minas Tênis Clube Classificação livre Adriana Calcanhotto Sexta-feira, 21h Palácio das Artes Classificação livre Oswaldo Montenegro Sábado, 21h Palácio das Artes Classificação livre Festival de Inverno de Nova Lima Sábado, 11h às 23h Lagoa dos Ingleses Classificação livre Rosa de Saron Sábado, 20h Arena Mundo Novo - Venda Nova Bernardo do Espinhaço Sábado, 21h Teatro Sesiminas Classificação livre Novos Baianos Sábado, 22h Km de Vantagens Hall BH Classificação: 15 anos Redescobrir Elis Regina Domingo, 20h CCBB Classificação livre Concerto Ressurreição Chico Mário 70 anos Domingo, 18h Sesc Palladium Classificação livre Teatro O Capote Sábado, 20h Domingo, 19h Teatro da FCCDA - Itabira Classificação: 12 anos Corta! Sábado, 21h Centro Cultural Minas Tênis Clube Classificação: 14 anos O som e a sílaba Sábado, 21h Domingo, 19h Cine Theatro Brasil Classificação: 12 anos Até que o face ou zap zap nos separe! Sexta-feira e sábado, 21h Domingo, 19h Teatro Santo Agostinho Classificação 16 anos Infantil Pru - ti - ti - memórias de estimação Sábado e domingo, 16h Teatro Marília Classificação livre De graça Festival Internacional de Curtas Sexta-feira, 20h30 Palácio das Artes Classificação livre Festival Mundial de Circo Oteto Sábado, 11h Parque Municipal Classificação livre Festival Verbogentileza Sexta-feira, 17h às 22h Sábado e domingo, 10h às 22h Praça Floriano Peixoto Classificação livre Veja mais sobre O que fazer em BH
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We recently visited Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina and Slovenia. Five little countries on the Adriatic across from Italy. Beautiful mountains, seashores, forests and verdant fields. Ancient and modern cities. Clean and picturesque towns and villages. Friendly people, great food and wine. We hiked, walked and […]
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David Tennant, actor and former  Dr. Who , slamming _____ on behalf of the Scottish people:

“When he was over here and he was talking about England and he was saying ‘I’m going out to Scotland for my golf course in Scotland cause people in London are protesting but obviously [in] Scotland they really like me.’ Can I say on behalf of the Scottish nation, we f***ing don’t?”

It’s hard to pinpoint anyone who really does like him, save the racists and the religious hypocrites.
Rob Reiner, comparing _____ to sitcom character Archie Bunker:

“People always say, ‘you could redo ‘All in the Family’ today,’ [but] I said ‘What do you mean? We’re living it.' We’ve got Archie in the White House.”

Except Archie had some redeeming qualities while _____ has none.
_____, Twitter attacking CNN’s Don Lemon:

“Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon. He made Lebron look smart, which isn’t easy to do. I like Mike!”

Basically, _____ took to Twitter to say that two black men are dumb.
Don Lemon, firing back on Twitter:

 “Who’s the real dummy? A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages?”

Snap.
John McCain, accusing fellow GOP Senator Rand Paul of “working for Vladimir Putin” after Paul opposed a Senate unanimous consent request in support of Montenegro’s bid to join NATO and then left the room:

“You are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin...trying to dismember this small country which has already been the subject of an attempted coup. I note the senator from Kentucky leaving the floor without justification or any rationale for the action he has just taken. That is really remarkable—that a senator blocking a treaty that is supported by the overwhelming number, perhaps 98 at least of his colleagues, would come to the floor and object and walk away … The only conclusion you can draw when he walks away is he has no argument to be made. He has no justification for his objection to having a small nation be part of NATO that is under assault from the Russians. So, I repeat again, the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”

And I think that’s true of most in the Grand Old Party, er, or as Paul sees it, the старинная вечеринка.
Ivanka _____, wants y’all to know that kids in cages was a low point for her:

"That was a low point for me as well. I felt very strongly about that and I am very vehemently against family separation and the separation of parents and children so I would agree with that sentiment. Immigration is incredibly complex as a topic. Illegal immigration is incredibly complicated. I am the daughter of an immigrant, my mother grew up in communist Czech Republic, but we are a country of laws. She came to this country legally and we have to be very careful about incentivizing behavior that puts children at risk of being trafficked, at risk of entering this country with coyotes or making an incredibly dangerous journey alone. These are not easy issues, these are incredibly difficult issues and like the rest of the country, I experienced them actually in a very emotional way."

She was vehemently against it but said nothing. Complicit.
And this “coyote” business? Really, Ivanka? That’s like DeVos saying e need guns in schools because of grizzly bears.
You’re complicit, but here’s someone who said it better than me …
Ana Navarro, on The View, about Ivanka:

 “When Ivanka first came on the scene … I thought this was a great thing, I thought she’s going to soften up her father, is going to be a good, positive influence on her father. This act of, ‘I am vehemently against this, vehemently against that, but at the same time I remain in this complicit administration and I cash in and laugh all the way to the bank, getting patents in China, and selling stuff here and selling stuff there.' The act is getting old.”

Ivanka is a pandering feckless asshat like Daddy.
Don’t let her posturing and calm demeanor fool you; she’s as guilty as the rest of that Klan.

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O bacharel em direito, José Itamar de Lima Montenegro Júnior, foi condenado a 17 anos de prisão, inicialmente em regime fechado, por matar a namorada Érica Vanessa de Souza Lira, com um tiro no rosto, no ano de 2014, em João Pessoa. O júri popular aconteceu nesta quinta-feira (9), no Fórum Criminal da capital, mas a sentença só foi lida no início da manhã desta sexta-feira (10). O réu pode recorrer em liberdade.

Por se tratar de um crime hediondo, a pena deve ser cumprida, inicialmente, em regime fechado, em algum presídio de João Pessoa, a ser definido pelo juiz da Vara de Execuções Penais.

A filha de Erica, Ashlley Kessy, esteve no julgamento e disse que a família esperava por uma pena máxima. "Mas agradecemos e estamos parcialmente satisfeitos com a justiça que foi feita. Pedimos que ele não consiga recorrer em liberdade e sim em regime fechado", declarou. Quando a mãe morreu, Ashlley tinha 16 anos.

A vítima levou um tiro no rosto no dia 24 de abril, dentro do próprio apartamento, no bairro do Bessa, e morreu no dia 5 de maio, no Hospital de Emergência e Trauma de João Pessoa. Na época do crime, José Itamar foi apontado como principal suspeito de matar a namorada, também bacharel em direito.

Ele foi preso no dia 29 de abril após se apresentar na Delegacia de Homicídios com um grupo de advogados para prestar depoimento sobre o caso. Segundo informações da Polícia Civil, após prestar esclarecimentos o mandado de prisão preventiva foi cumprido.

Érica Vanessa tinha 32 anos e estava no próprio apartamento quando foi atingida pelo disparo. O tiro entrou na região do nariz e se alojou na nunca. A vítima foi socorrida pela equipe do Samu e da Polícia Militar ainda consciente.

Na época do crime, a Polícia Civil informou que ele tem um histórico grande de violência contra mulheres, incluindo o estupro a uma menina de 12 anos, no entanto, os processos já foram arquivados e, por isso, a juiza não levou em consideração durante a sentença.





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