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In November, I will celebrate 50 years of being given the joy and privilege of ministering. It is and always will be the best thing that God could ever have called me to do with my life.

Over the years I've witnessed incredible miracles and walked through challenging wilderness seasons. These mountaintop and valley seasons have taught me a great deal about myself, my God and His kingdom, and they have caused me to grow and stretch in ways I never could have foreseen at the outset of my ministry career. As I look back, it's clear that my most significant lessons could be summed up in these six words of advice:

1. Be bold.

2. Be broken.

3. Be bright.

While studying the life of David and his desire for the presence of God in his life and in the lives of His people, I realized that throughout every battle and conflict, you can find the evidence of boldness, brokenness and brightness in him. These characteristics in David are what I believe made him a man after God's own heart, and they are why God was able to use him to impact the world around him, including his government. They are what will allow you and me to make an impact on our churches, our communities and our nation too.

As I was watching the Senate hearing in Washington this week, my heart was broken for where we are as a country. We are broken, divided and hostile toward each other. The enemy is saying the church is bigoted, racist, and condescending and that we doubt the Word of God. The devil wants people to believe the church is a thing of the past, so he whispers lies that cause people to question why we would pay attention to something written thousands of years ago. As for believers, even among our ranks there is little evidence of brokenness before the living, mighty, and holy God. There are very few who are willing to humble themselves and repent, or embrace God's love. Each side is flush with boldness but woefully lacking in the other two characteristics that made David so successful.

I am not at all saying the church should step back, stifling its voice in an attempt to find this balance. On the contrary. We cannot take responsibility for the actions and reactions of those with whom we are at odds, but we have a mandate to serve God obediently—and that service requires our boldness and brokenness before Him, even if it makes us uncomfortable.

Although most people who know me today wouldn't easily believe it, I was painfully shy as a child. Because of that shyness, when I was called upon to do bold things, I would cry. But here's the thing: Crying never stopped me. Even when I felt embarrassed of the spotlight or longed to disappear into the background, I knew I couldn't walk away from what I had been called to do, even if stepping out and being boldly obedient would bring painful tears that might make me the subject of ridicule. Before long I realized an important lesson, one I want you to consider today: Through my tears came the greatest breakthroughs of my life.

When our boldness comes out of brokenness before our God, the light of His presence breaks through, allowing the lost world around us to see the brightness of His glory.

The world wants to see Jesus, and right now they are more ready for Him than the church is ready for the world. But God is bringing balance to this area. I believe God is breaking the times of leanness of Spirit, and we get to witness it firsthand. He is clearing the air of a lot of junk in America. Don't be surprised but rather rejoice when you hear of outpourings of the Holy Spirit. God is birthing Holy Spirit boldness in the church, but it will only come out brokenness and humility. Watch, see, and move by faith as He releases the brightness of His glory.

The church in our nation must step up and show the world who God truly is and what the power of His love can do in our broken world. We must show them who we really are—bold, broken and bright with the love and light of Christ, the morning star.

Here's another way to put it: "You're here to be light, bringing out the God-colors in the world. God is not a secret to be kept. We're going public with this, as public as a city on a hill. If I make you light-bearers, you don't think I'm going to hide you under a bucket, do you? I'm putting you on a light stand. Now that I've put you there on a hilltop, on a light stand—shine! Keep open house; be generous with your lives. By opening up to others, you'll prompt people to open up with God, this generous Father in heaven" (Matt. 5:16, MSG). {eoa}

Mikel French has challenged spiritual awakening all across America, where many celebrations extended into multiple weeks, and has conducted celebrations in France, Sweden, Russia, Romania, Poland, Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia, Germany, South Africa, Malawi, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Haiti, Japan, Singapore, India and Thailand. He conducted an outreach celebration in Manila, Philippines, reaching 200,000 teenagers with the Book of Hope. Through the generous support of partners, he has presented the message of Jesus Christ to millions of people in the nation of Russia through televised citywide soul-winning celebrations. Mikel considers it an honor to assist in conducting the annual pastor's conference, where thousands of pastors from Russia's 11 time zones come for training, teaching and equipping. Mikel and his wife, Marsha, reside in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


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From the genocide of the Rohingya, to the violent crackdown on peaceful protesters in Nicaragua, to the surprising success of right-wing populism in Brazil, to the increasingly virulent strains of isolationist nationalism that have been taking root in eastern Europe, it’s a grim time for democracy around the world. But an unexpected source of hope has emerged from the Maldives, an island nation known for little more than its idyllic beaches and long history of authoritarian rule.

Since 2013, the reign of President Abdulla Yameen brought mass abuses of human rights to the Maldives: the jailing or exiling of opposition leaders, increased control over state institutions, withdrawal from Commonwealth, and widespread corruption are only the tip of the iceberg for the small, tropical country.

But on Sept. 23, over 90 percent of Maldivians voted in the first general elections since Yameen came to power five years ago—and voted overwhelmingly for the opposition, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih of the Maldivian Democratic Party, who won after receiving 58 percent of the votes.

But while a celebration is in order, it’s worth remembering that the Maldives has been here before. When two of us first came to work with Maldivians in 2006, we were impressed by the brave and committed Maldivian people, who acted time and time again with courage and talent to defend democracy within their country. And though both of us spent more than a decade with brave Serbian activists fighting the Slobodan Milosevic regime, and years after that training and educating democracy defenders from Kiev, Ukraine, and Tbilisi, Georgia, to Caracas, Venezuela, and Harare, Zimbabwe, through our organization, CANVAS. we could see immediately that Maldivian activists are unique in so many ways.

In 2008, after a 30-year-long period of dictatorship under Maumoon Abdul Gayoom—whose iron-hand rule of the island nation was characterized by a low tolerance for protests and any vocal opposition combined with a high appetite for nepotism and corruption—overwhelming popular support brought “Anni”—the popular nickname for former journalist Mohamed Nasheed—to power as the Maldives’ first democratically elected president. Anni was successful for the first three years of his presidency as he worked to combat radical Islam and mobilize the tiny island nation to become a leading global voice in the fight against climate change. But his term ended prematurely after three years when, after a coup led by parts of the judiciary and the military, Nasheed resigned after reportedly being held at gunpoint.

Key foreign powers quickly signed on to the new regime’s interpretation that this was a voluntary resignation; the governments of Britain, the United States, and India quickly recognized the new government as valid. However, Nasheed and his followers asserted that a coup had taken place and that he had been forced to resign at gunpoint. The Commonwealth met and concluded that an international investigation needed to take place, but no further action was taken to investigate the constitutionality of the regime change from an international perspective.

Just a day after the regime change took place, Nasheed penned an op-ed for the New York Times detailing his attempts to reform the entire governmental system of the Maldives and the struggles that he faced attempting to do so. He writes, “The dictator can be removed in a day, but it can take years to stamp out the lingering remnants of his dictatorship.” His words proved prophetic. At the next general elections in 2013, Abdulla Yameen (the half-brother of former dictator Gayoom) was elected, and the Maldives returned to old habits. Under Yameen, government funds were embezzled, peaceful protests were suppressed, independent media outlets were shut down, and political prisoners were jailed. Now it seems that the collective international community has finally exhaled in relief. The Maldives may, in fact, have a democratic transition of power. Yameen’s regime is finally over.

Recent history has shown that we cannot allow this positive development to cloud our judgment and lull us into a false sense of security. About 90 percent of the Maldives’ population voted in this year’s elections, showing an unprecedented amount of engagement in Maldivian democracy. The international community owes it to Maldivian citizens to keep watch and ensure a democratic transition of power occurs in November, and furthermore aid the new government in ensuring it can implement positive changes to ensure the longevity of the country’s democracy.

It is especially imperative that we pay close attention to the Maldives in the wake of this election, taking into account the lessons that we have learned through the forced resignation of Nasheed. The Maldives is a relatively small nation, and the apathy of the international community toward the continuation of its democracy not only hurts the country but has a negative impact on the entire world. Had it continued along its path as a democracy last time, thrusting itself into the spotlight as the first Muslim-majority country with peaceful transitions of power within its democratic institutions, and had the world not ignored this tiny island nation, the Maldives might have brought its institutions, expertise, and goodwill toward other countries in the region, maybe even setting the example, case study, and inspiration, and thus radically changing the context through which the Arab Spring occurred only three years after Nasheed`s victory in 2008.

Major media outlets have focused most of their attention on the geopolitical impact of this change, especially the fact that Yameen had been turning a country closer to China, while Solih’s MDP has always advocated for closer ties to the most populous democracy, India. But there is another very important arena in which the smallest Asian country can affect not only the region, but the world—the struggle for democracy.

The world should recognize Solih’s presidency as a beacon of light for other Muslim countries that have experienced similar issues in transitioning to power. Instead of ignoring the potential of the Maldives, we need to instead do our best to nurture Maldivian democracy until it is able to fully bloom—and this means that the international community must do its best to push the Maldives toward a few key changes. At least two avenues of reform are clear: fixing the judiciary and building a muscle of the civil society.

Amnesty International has regularly called for the reform of the Maldives’ infamously corrupt judiciary. The courts have been used by the government to crush the opposition—most notably in the trial of Nasheed shortly after he was forced out of the presidency. He was sentenced to 13 years in prison for terrorism charges and denied access to a lawyer by two judges who had already served as witnesses against him during the investigation phase. In this case, the Maldives needs critical outside aid in order to form an educated, experienced, and corruption-free set of judges.

Second, and even more important, is to empower and support another backbone of vivid democracy: Maldivian civil society. The issue in the Maldives is not that people are unwilling to engage with democracy—they have proven their commitment twice in the past decade by voting in numbers unimaginable for Western democracies. But the international community can help, guide, equip, and train already mobilized Maldivian citizens into a solid and lasting civic power that will make any further efforts to hijack democracy in Maldives impossible.

The new hope for world democracy may be rising in Maldives. This time, democracy lovers of this world must not miss the importance of helping it.


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jhfenton wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:36 pm

I did open a position in VEGBX (Vanguard Emerging Market Bond Admiral Shares), Vanguard's active EM bond fund, when it went live last December.



Despite the fact that emerging market equities have tanked over that period, VEGBX has not. It is actually my best-performing bond fund over that period. (That is not saying much.)



(VEGBX is not connected in any way to VWOB/VGAVX, Vanguard's EM bond index funds. VEGBX is an active mutual fund. It has accumulated about $100 MM in assets.)



[Snip...]


VWOB and VEGBX certainly approach Emerging Markets in different ways, and I think cap-weighted indexing may be problematic when it comes to EM bonds. VWOB is of course a "Government" index, but there are govt.-owned corporations issuing bonds which are also included in it. I suppose VWOB would fall under "USD sovereign" in Nisi's graphic above, contrary to VEGBX. Anyhow, here's a look at their holdings as posted in their respective Vanguard profile pages. Of course there's that elephant in the room - maybe call it a panda:



(Market allocations as of 08/31/2018)


CODE: Select all

     VWOB/VGAVX                       VEGBX 

(Vang EM Govt Bond Index) (Vang EM Bond "active")

China 17.40% Mexico 8.30%
Mexico 8.20% Indonesia 8.10%
Brazil 5.70% Argentina 7.50%
Indonesia 5.70% Chile 6.20%
Russia 4.70% Guatemala 3.60%
United Arab Emi 4.60% Ukraine 4.20%
Saudi Arabia 4.20% Colombia 4.10%
Turkey 3.80% Hungary 3.50%
Argentina 3.60% Philippines 3.20%
Qatar 3.50% Russia 3.20%
Colombia 2.40% Brazil 3.10%
Philippines 2.00% Kazakhstan 3.00%
South Africa 1.70% Egypt 2.80%
Chile 1.60% Lithuania 2.50%
Lebanon 1.60% Trinidad & Toba 2.50%
Oman 1.50% India 2.20%
Egypt 1.40% Uruguay 2.10%
India 1.40% Dominican Repub 2.00%
Kazakhstan 1.40% El Salvador 1.90%
Malaysia 1.40% Romania 1.60%
Bahrain 1.20% South Africa 1.60%
Panama 1.20% Ghana 1.50%
Ukraine 1.20% Oman 1.50%
Dominican Repub 1.10% Peru 1.50%
Ecuador 1.10% Turkey 1.50%
Hungary 1.10% United States 1.50%
Peru 1.10% Angola 1.30%
Uruguay 1.00% Honduras 1.30%
Kuwait 0.80% Sri Lanka 1.30%
Poland 0.80% Bermuda 1.10%
Sri Lanka 0.80% Paraguay 1.10%
Croatia 0.70% Mongolia 0.90%
Nigeria 0.70% Senegal 0.90%
Venezuela 0.70% Panama 0.80%
Romania 0.60% United Kingdom 0.80%
Azerbaijan 0.50% Armenia 0.70%
Costa Rica 0.50% Croatia 0.70%
Angola 0.40% Lebanon 0.60%
Ghana 0.40% Saudi Arabia 0.70%
Ivory Coast 0.40% Serbia 0.60%
Jamaica 0.40% Venezuela 0.70%
Morocco 0.40% Qatar 0.50%
Pakistan 0.40% Jordan 0.50%
El Salvador 0.30% Ivory Coast 0.40%
Iraq 0.30% Latvia 0.20%
Kenya 0.30% Costa Rica 0.20%
Mongolia 0.30%
Paraguay 0.30%
Serbia 0.30%
Belarus 0.20%
Bolivia 0.20%
Gabon 0.20%
Guatemala 0.20%
Jordan 0.20%
Senegal 0.20%
Trinidad & Toba 0.20%
United States 0.20%
Vietnam 0.20%
Zambia 0.20%
Armenia 0.10%
Bahamas 0.10%
Bermuda 0.10%
Ethiopia 0.10%
Georgia 0.10%
Honduras 0.10%
Namibia 0.10%
Thailand 0.10%
Tunisia 0.10%

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A week before a crucial election, Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik traveled to Russia for a Formula One race — not because he’s a big fan but for yet another meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Footage from the race in Sochi showed Putin wishing Dodik “great success” in the Bosnian election and the Serb presenting Putin with a Republika Srpska pin, the Serb-controlled autonomous region in Bosnia.  The video was a blatant display of Russia influence in one of Europe’s most sensitive regions — the fragile Balkans — where the West has sought to encourage reconciliation and reform after a brutal ethnic war in the 1990s.  The brief photo opportunity with Putin helped Dodik win the race to fill the Serb seat in Bosnia’s three-member presidency on Sunday, deepening the ethnic divisions that have held Bosnia back since its devastating 1992-1995 war. Dodik openly advocates having Serbs separate from the rest of Bosnia and has been sanctioned by the U.S. for his policies. But he has proven to be a key ally in Moscow’s efforts to undermine the Western policies of Balkan integration.  While Russian influence is the most obvious in the Balkans, an upsurge of populism in Central Europe has also played into Moscow’s hands, providing sympathetic political parties and politicians across the continent, including in European Union nations like Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic.   Pro-Russia forces also did well in another corner of Europe.  In Latvia, an opposition party favored by the country’s large ethnic Russian minority got the most votes Saturday in the Baltic nation’s parliamentary election, although the party is expected to run into difficulties in trying to form a coalition government.  Latvia’s Russian minority is a major domestic political force, accounting for about 25 percent of its nearly 2 million people, a legacy of nearly 50 years of Soviet occupation that ended in 1991. Dodik’s victory in Bosnia further strengthened Moscow’s foothold in the Western Balkans, since he can how block any strategic decision — if Putin says so. Russia staunchly opposes any more Balkan countries joining NATO. Western officials have expressed fear that Russia has used its historic Slavic and Orthodox Christian ties in the region to undermine Western policies of integration.  Sarajevo-based political analyst Adan Huskic said Moscow’s influence was also growing in the parts of Europe that don’t have those identity links.  What these countries have in common are “high levels of nepotism, corruption” so bonding more closely with Western democracies is “by nature, very difficult for them,” he said.  Russia’s strategic aim is not to assert authority over the Balkans but to “harness and magnify existing tensions,” the European Council on Foreign Relations said in a report.  “In Russian eyes, the EU’s approach toward the Western Balkans is neither serious nor systematic, and so offers Moscow opportunities to create leverage,” the report added. Russian allies in the Balkans have been actively sowing mistrust in Western democracies, presenting Washington and Brussels as enemies who want to strip nations of their identity and national pride by pushing for EU integration. Dodik is a perfect example. For him, the West and NATO are enemies while Russia is a friend full of respect for the Slavic “brethren.” Absorbed in own problems — the euro debt crisis, immigration or Britain’s impending Brexit departure — the EU for years has neglected the Balkans. Alarmed, some EU officials now fear that Balkans could plunge into renewed conflict unless it's quickly embraced by the 28-nation bloc.  “If such a complex European region gets an impression that we are not serious with the European perspective, we will experience, sooner rather than later, what we saw in the Balkans during the 1990s,” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker recently said. Those fears are not groundless. Tensions between Serbia and its former province of Kosovo, which declared independence in 2008, have been on the rise despite efforts by the EU to hammer out a lasting solution between the two former war foes. Belgrade raised the combat readiness of its troops two weeks ago over Kosovo special police presence in its Serb-populated north. In Macedonia, U.S. and EU hopes for swift passage of a deal between Macedonia and Greece to change Macedonia’s name to North Macedonia so it can join NATO suffered a blow when a Sept. 30 referendum on the name saw low turnout. The vote result raised fears of instability in the country that was on the brink of a civil war in 2001.  U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis saw Russian influence behind some Macedonia and Greek protests against the move. “We do not want to see Russia doing (in Macedonia) what they have tried to do in so many other countries,” he said last month. Russia has denied meddling in any Balkan or Baltic country. But Russia's soft-power strategy has found fertile ground among Serbs, due to NATO’s bombings in 1999 that halted a bloody Serb crackdown on Kosovo and forced Serbs to pull out. In return for Russia’s support for Serbia’s claim over Kosovo, Serbia has been a faithful ally even though it formally pursues EU integration and uses millions in Western recovery funds. Two Russian military intelligence operatives operated from Serbia in 2016 when they tried to organize a coup in neighboring Montenegro to stop the former Russian ally from joining NATO. “We saw that referendum has not succeeded in Macedonia,” said Serbian analyst Bosko Jaksic. “We can see it now in Bosnia, where the Republika of Srpska became the bastion of the Russian interest. We saw it before in Montenegro, and we are seeing it in Serbia. This is helping Russians to invest the minimum and get nearly the maximum of their political influence.”
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A parliamentary candidate for the ruling Socialist party (Serb Nationalists) in the newly formed Yugoslavia in the 1920s owned a small, unprofitable shoe factory in Serbia that could not compete with larger and better outfits in Croatia. He arranged that only left shoes would be manufactured in his factory and sold them to the party who distributed them around the villages of central Serbia with their candidates promising that the right shoes would be handed out after the Socialists' victory in the polls. They won, but right shoes were not made. They repeated the ruse in the subsequent elections (after which the King abolished the parliament and introduced a dictatorship) and for years afterwards peasants in parts of Serbia could be observed wearing only left shoes on festive occasions. However, the socialists would have won anyway as Serbs comprised more than half of the total population and party politics was sectarian. The main benefit was reaped by the enterprising candidate who both won his seat and kept his failing business going.
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Party Time: Rosie & Friends 1.2


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: Free, Version: 1.2 (iTunes)

Description:

Rosie and her friends are having a birthday party and they want you to join in the fun!

Fans of the TV show will love this party-themed app, which encourages pre-schoolers to explore the wonderful world of Rosie and friends through 5 fun filled games, featuring much loved characters and music.

Features

5 x fun-filled games featuring Rosie, Raggles, Holly, Will and Big Bear:

• Raggles has put too much soap in the sink! Can you help him pop the bubbles before the timer runs out?
• Make invitations for Rosie's friends and add stickers and glitter
• Deliver the invitations with Will in the Go Speeder and see if you can avoid the obstacles on the way
• Make a delicious birthday cake and decorate it with icing and candles
• Help tidy the Playhouse before Rosie's friends arrive for the party!

Party Time is FREE and contain NO IN-APP PURCHASES, just lots of party time fun!

Role play games are a great way to encourage kids to focus on activities that help promote concentration, co-ordination and the ability to follow instructions... plus you never know what kind of imaginative play you'll unleash!!

Our interactive app allows children the freedom to take the lead and be creative, which not only aids intellectual development but also improves social skills.

Follow us to get news and updates:
https://www.facebook.com/everythingsrosietv/
https://twitter.com/RosienFriends
https://www.youtube.com/user/everythingsrosietv
https://www.everythingsrosie.com/en

What's New

Party Time Rosie & Friends is now available in 6 languages:
- English
- Russian
- Arabic
- Serbian
- Spanish
- Polish

Toddlers and preschoolers can learn languages while they play!

Entertain, Educate and Enjoy!"

Party Time: Rosie & Friends


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AUTHOR. (Photo:A dummy Sherman tank United States Army - http://www.psywarrior.com/DeceptionH.html An inflatable "dummy" M4 Sherman. Permission details This image is a work of a U.S. Army soldier or employee, taken or made as part of that person's official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain.View more Public Domainview terms File:DummyShermanTank.jpg Created: During World War II ) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Double Cross: 1 of 4: The True Story of the D-Day Spies by Ben Macintyre [](https://www.amazon.com/Double-Cross-Story-D-Day-Spies/dp/0307888754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=) [https://www.amazon.com/Double-Cross-Story-D-Day-Spies/dp/0307888754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=](https://www.amazon.com/Double-Cross-Story-D-Day-Spies/dp/0307888754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=) In Double Cross, New York Times bestselling author Ben Macintyre returns with the untold story of one of the greatest deceptions of World War II, and of the extraordinary spies who achieved it. On June 6, 1944, 150,000 Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy and suffered an astonishingly low rate of casualties. D-Day was a stunning military accomplishment, but it was also a masterpiece of trickery. Operation Fortitude, which protected and enabled the invasion, and the Double Cross system, which specialized in turning German spies into double agents, deceived the Nazis into believing that the Allies would attack at Calais and Norway rather than Normandy. It was the most sophisticated and successful deception operation ever carried out, ensuring Allied victory at the most pivotal point in the war.  This epic event has never before been told from the perspective of the key individuals in the Double Cross system, until now. These include its director (a brilliant, urbane intelligence officer), a colorful assortment of MI5 handlers (as well as their counterparts in Nazi intelligence), and the five spies who formed Double Cross’s nucleus: a dashing Serbian playboy, a Polish fighter-pilot, a bisexual Peruvian party girl, a deeply eccentric Spaniard, and a volatile Frenchwoman. The D-Day spies were, without question, one of the oddest military units ever assembled, and their success depended on the delicate, dubious relationship between spy and spymaster, both German and British. Their enterprise was saved from catastrophe by a shadowy sixth spy whose heroic sacrifice is revealed here for the first time. With the same depth of research, eye for the absurd and masterful storytelling that have made Ben Macintyre an international bestseller, Double Cross is a captivating narrative of the spies who wove a web so intricate it ensnared Hitler’s army and carried thousands of D-Day troops across the Channel in safety.
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Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has withdrawn from Serbia's squad for their forthcoming internationals due to injury.
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Imperious Novak Djokovic declared that he was "a completely different player" from the first half of this year after he beat France's Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 7-5 to roll into the Shanghai Masters third round on Tuesday. The rejuvenated Serbian second seed has now won all 12 matches against
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London (AFP) – Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has withdrawn from Serbia’s squad for their forthcoming internationals due to injury. United confirmed Matic had returned to the club “to complete his rehabilitation”, ruling him out...
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          The Hobo Guide to Wild Camping in Europe      Cache   Translate Page      

I’m camping in Europe at the moment. Pitching my tent at rest stops, in the mountains and inconspicuously behind bushes on private land. I’m camping because there are some day hikes I can’t bear to leave after only a few hours. I want to wake up in the fog and sleep amongst all the creatures that explore the land at night. I’m also doing it to stretch the little money I flew to Europe with.

Each country has its own laws when it comes to wild camping. Here’s a list, but please do your own research if you’re really concerned.

Wild camping is legal in: Sweden, Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine, Scotland

Wild camping is a bit of a grey area in: France, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech, Hungary, Moldova, Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Switzerland

Wild camping is totally illegal in: Italy, Aldorra, Belgium, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain (they’re really complicated), England, Wales

However, if you’re setting up shop just to rest your head for the night, camping is generally permissible. Pitch at dark and leave in the morning and nobody’s going to bat an eyelid, especially if you’re out of sight. How many times do you drive on a highway or pass a mountain and look for a tent? Worst case scenario: plead ignorance. You’re a tourist.

Here are my packing essentials:

1. A tent

If you’re heading over in summer, you can probably get away with a festival tent, especially if you’ve got some cash in the bank to splurge on accommodation when there’s a stormy night. I use a lightweight two-person Vango Bravo 200, because I need something I can carry on my back with the rest of my stuff that can also accommodate a mate, should I meet one on my journey.

If you’re wild camping, especially in places where wild camping is considered illegal or a grey area, maybe invest in something a little more inconspicuous than the blue one I’ve gone for. You can spot that baby from a mile away.

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The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.




A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.




Category: Variety Pack

2018-10-07 - IPCC scientists issue life-or-death warning on global warming:
http://www.voanews.com/a/un-climate-change-report/4603949.html
http://www.telegraphherald.com/article_80f5b069-040f-5c43-af6c-7f557e9e20a0.html
http://www.ksl.com/article/46402109/un-report-on-global-warming-carries-life-or-death-warning
http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/science/article/UN-report-on-global-warming-carries-life-or-death-13288950.php
http://week.com/news/national-news-from-the-associated-press/2018/10/07/un-report-on-global-warming-carries-life-or-death-warning/
http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2018/10/the-guardian-on-latest-ipcc-climate.html
http://www.yahoo.com/news/scientists-just-laid-paths-solve-045004042.html
http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-45784892
http://apnews.com/5e2cdafcbdb8429d96fd3b3b91b880d6
http://ipcc.ch/report/sr15/

Quote: "Preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a life-or-death difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people and ecosystems on this fast-warming planet, an international panel of scientists reported Sunday. But they provide little hope the world will rise to the challenge."

Note: Preventing that much warming is impossible. Even if every power plant and car were scrapped and every single human being blew their brains out, today, the methane now spewing from the permafrost and the seas in the Arctic would cause waaaay more than that much warming through unstoppable feedbacks that are already in progress and escalating rapidly. So their hearts are in the right place - and I presume they also don't wanna die - but realistically, logically, they're seeking a goal that's not possible. The best we can do is slow down our extinction, and even then not by much, and that's assuming we were even seriously making the effort to slow our demise, and we are, if anything, working to HASTEN our extermination. Pursuing the recommended goals would help postpone - not avoid - human extinction, but hey, the more postponing we can do the better if you're one of those wanna-stay-alive types...

2018-10-07 - Trump administration has entered Stage 5 climate denial:
http://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2018/oct/08/the-trump-administration-has-entered-stage-5-climate-denial

2018-10-07 - Person found dead in burning pickup truck in the wee hours near Northway and Parking Street in Greendale (Wisconsin):
http://www.channel3000.com/news/greendale-police-investigate-fatal-truck-fire/804353260
http://fox6now.com/2018/10/07/medical-examiner-investigates-fatal-truck-fire-in-greendale/
http://www.wisn.com/article/medical-examiner-called-to-greendale-after-vehicle-fire/23629749
http://waow.com/news/wisconsin-news-from-the-associated-press/2018/10/08/greendale-police-investigate-fatal-truck-fire/
http://www.tmj4.com/news/local-news/wisconsin-department-of-justice-investigating-deadly-truck-fire-in-the-village-of-greendale
http://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/wisconsin/articles/2018-10-08/greendale-police-investigate-fatal-truck-fire
http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/local/2018/10/07/report-car-fire-turned-into-death-investigation/1559499002/
http://www.cbs58.com/news/body-found-in-burning-car-in-greendale
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KuZK_d4FWQ

2018-10-07 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas (Nevada):
http://www.kathrynsreport.com/2018/10/jetblue-airbus-a321-200-n923jb-incident.html
http://news3lv.com/news/local/delta-passengers-safe-at-mccarran-gate-after-jet-engine-catches-fire
http://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2018/10/08/no-one-hurt-after-jetblue-flight-to-boston-aborts-vegas-after-engine-fire
http://www.fox5vegas.com/news/engine-fire-on-jetblue-flight-reported-at-mccarran-airport/article_610520e8-ca6d-11e8-917e-4b74a99b58d0.html
http://flipboard.com/topic/flying/engine-fire-on-jetblue-flight-reported-at-mccarran-airport/f-2819a0d733%2Ffox5vegas.com
http://www.newsminer.com/news/national/no-one-hurt-after-jetblue-engine-fire-aborts-vegas-takeoff/article_c44d032b-bef7-5793-bcc5-b1b262fad0a3.html
http://boston.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/jetblue-las-vegas-boston-engine-catches-fire/

Quote: "A JetBlue flight with 146 people on board experienced an engine fire and had to return to the gate after it was extinguished just before noon Sunday at McCarran International Airport."

Note: This is the 169th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Tanker ship 'Feng Huang AO' disabled by fire off the coast of Massachusetts:
http://www.fleetmon.com/maritime-news/2018/23853/tanker-disabled-fire-towed-new-york/
http://www.wdtimes.com/news/national/article_0336d43b-8d1f-57c2-b299-69d4c72119c3.html
http://www.mvtimes.com/2018/10/05/asphalt-tanker-engine-ingnites-off-nantucket/
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-bc-ny--tanker-fire-20181009-story.html
http://maritimebulletin.net/2018/10/09/tanker-disabled-by-fire-towed-to-new-york/
http://www.oleantimesherald.com/news/nation/fire-breaks-out-aboard-asphalt-tanker-off-mass-towed-to/article_e9d9d5f5-3a40-5156-af99-d36d5ce79aea.html
http://www.fox5ny.com/news/engine-fire-disables-asphalt-tanker

Quote: "The Coast Guard says a tanker loaded with asphalt has been safely towed to New York after an engine-room fire in the Atlantic Ocean more than 50 miles (80 kilometers) off Massachusetts. The 479-foot (146-meter) Feng Huang AO arrived Monday, three days after the fire. On-board fire suppression systems extinguished the blaze without any injuries to the 21-member crew, but the main engine and electrical generators were disabled with the ship 57 miles (92 kilometers) southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts."

2018-10-07 - At least 86 boats and 4 vehicles destroyed by fire at 5:22 AM at boat storage business in Buford (Georgia), 2200 feet from Lake Lanier:
http://patch.com/georgia/buford/86-boats-lost-during-fire-buford-dam-road-boat-storage
http://www.gainesvilletimes.com/news/86-boats-4-vehicles-destroyed-fire-buford-business/
http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/nearly-90-boats-catch-fire-at-gwinnett-boat-storage-facility/848490956
http://www.ajc.com/news/crews-fight-fire-gwinnett-boat-storage-facility/Ra5SLNmDGNlMAWAtcx1WzN/
http://accesswdun.com/article/2018/10/721452/cause-of-buford-fire-that-destroyed-86-boats-still-undetermined
http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/buford/more-than-80-boats-destroyed-by-huge-fire-at-lake-lanier-storage-facility/85-601714261
http://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/local/massive-fire-destroys-boat-storage-facility-near-lake-lanier-in/article_1ff24422-ca32-11e8-8fcf-33d90ded1958.html
http://thebrunswicknews.com/news/state_news/dozens-of-boats-burn-in-fire-at-georgia-storage-facility/article_5ed83556-9bd6-5497-a8c1-1518e8862097.html
http://www.cbs46.com/news/storage-facility-and-boats-go-up-in-flames-in-buford/article_ebf45026-ca30-11e8-b839-1f855fc71e25.html
http://www.wsbradio.com/news/local/dozens-boats-burn-fire-georgia-storage-facility/rnTHpLVISdVbgxUzcgIj7M/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chS5_EkKaSU

Quote: "An early morning fire at Buford Dam Road Boat Storage, just south of the Hall County line, destroyed 86 boats and four vehicles, according to Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services. An adjoining motorcycle shop also was damaged in the blaze, which was reported at 5:22 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, by an employee who provides security overnight."

2018-10-07 - Two boats destroyed by fire while parked at business on Sawmill Creek Road in coastal Sitka (Alaska):
http://vimeo.com/293875852

2018-10-07 - Yacht bursts into flame while docked on coastal Shelter Island (California):
http://www.10news.com/news/crews-battling-boat-fire-on-shelter-island

Quote: "A fire broke out on a boat around 9:30 p.m. Sunday night. The boat was at 2330 Shelter Island Drive, near Bali Hai. Officials say the boat was a 40 inch vessel."

Note: A yacht for really tiny people! Heh, they must have meant feet, not inches. These are the 888th-977th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Hurricane Michael strengthens, churns toward Florida:
http://cbs12.com/news/local/michael-strengthens-into-a-hurricane
http://www.cnn.com/2018/10/08/us/tropical-storm-michael-emergency-wxc/index.html
http://www.news4jax.com/weather/hurricane/michael-now-a-hurricane-headed-for-florida-panhandle
http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2018/10/floridadeclares-state-of-emergency-as.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjWSFGKcRRU




2018-10-07 - Unknown massive explosion and mushroom cloud alarm people in coastal Cow Bay (Australia):
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=EX-20181008-64949-AUS
http://www.newsport.com.au/2018/october/residents-report-massive-explosion-in-cow-bay/

Quote: "On social media a Cow Bay resident said they thought the noise and subsequent shockwave resembled a plane crashing creating a stir on the community page. Another resident thought it sounded like a gas explosion and reported they witnessed a giant orange mushroom cloud rising from the area. Fire services however have dealt with the matter and confirmed it was not considered serious."

2018-10-07 - Dry cleaning business destroyed by explosion and fire in Omaha (Nebraska):
http://www.ketv.com/article/reported-explosion-fire-near-168th-and-audrey/23630033
http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/it-was-loud-like-a-big-shock-wave-building-near/article_2080dff4-a8d0-5f59-816f-69b385e3de8c.html
http://siouxcityjournal.com/news/state-and-regional/nebraska/dry-cleaning-building-collapses-after-fire-in-omaha/article_b85133d1-d830-5a0c-be66-817357fcc7a3.html
http://www.nptelegraph.com/news/state/dry-cleaning-building-collapses-after-fire-in-omaha/article_67288e51-1dc9-55ef-8ee9-b9e575b995da.html
http://www.3newsnow.com/news/local-news/sunday-explosion-at-gretna-dry-cleaners

2018-10-07 - Landfill erupts in flame in coastal Angelsea (Australia):
http://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/blaze-starts-at-second-transfer-station-in-less-than-24-hours-20181007-p50882.html
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/news/geelong/cfa-fights-waste-fire-at-anglesea-landfill/news-story/a1c6591910bad990cd6603c9fc7d30f6
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/cfa-fights-waste-fire-at-anglesea-landfill/news-story/a1c6591910bad990cd6603c9fc7d30f6
http://www.bay939.com.au/news/local-news/98352-smoke-alert-as-anglesea-waste-dump-ignites

2018-01-07 - Huge oil storage tank explodes and burns for 17 hours in coastal Goyang (South Korea):
http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/news/2018/10/07/0200000000AEN20181007001951320.html
http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20181007000240
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9a4P9eqzSI

2018-10-07 - Lumber yard goes up in flames, fire spreads to businesses, in Florence (California):
http://abc7.com/lumber-yard-fire-spreads-to-nearby-buildings-in-florence/4437466/
http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Commercial-Structure-Fire-Explodes-in-South-LA_Los-Angeles-495718151.html

2018-10-07 - Wildfire breaks out, grows quickly to 4,500 acres, in Solano County bear Suisun City (California):
http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/10/07/vacaville-fire-along-highway-forces-closure-smoke-drifting-into-east-bay/
http://abc7news.com/brush-fires-burn-structures-prompt-highway-closures-near-vacaville/4434420/
http://www.sfgate.com/california-wildfires/article/fires-Solano-co-fairfield-rio-vista-closed-roads-13288533.php
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/solano-county-fires-highway-12-interstate-505/
http://www.ktvu.com/news/heavy-smoke-reported-throughout-bay-area-due-to-solano-fire
http://www.ktvu.com/news/2-alarm-grass-fire-in-solano-county-prompts-highway-12-closure
http://patch.com/california/suisuncity/vegetation-fire-erupts-solano-county
http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/fire-brush-fire-solano-county/

2018-10-07 - Brush fire breaks out near US 101 near coastal San Jose (California):
http://www.ktvu.com/news/cal-fire-responds-to-brush-fire-near-hwy-101-in-san-jose
http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Brush-Fire-Sparks-Near-Highway-101-South-of-San-Jose-495451141.html

2018-10-07 - Wildfire rages in coastal Sintra-Cascais Natural Park near Lisbon (Portugal):
http://kstp.com/national/700-firefighters-in-portugal-battle-wildfire-west-of-lisbon/5099228/
http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2018/10/07/700-firefighters-in-portugal-battle-wildfire-west-of-lisbon.html
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/portugal-wildfires-firefighters-injured-national-park-evacuation-a8572781.html
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/firefighters-battle-wildfire-in-national-park-west-of-lisbon/2018/10/07/ba3c3c20-ca07-11e8-9c0f-2ffaf6d422aa_story.html
http://www.itv.com/news/2018-10-07/hundreds-evacuated-as-firefighters-battle-raging-fire-in-portugal/
http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/world/article219633220.html
http://www.islandpacket.com/news/nation-world/world/article219633220.html
http://www.whig.com/article/20181007/AP/310079961

2018-10-07 - Passenger bus bursts into flame near the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade (Serbia):
http://navva.org/serbia/nation/bus-bukit-burning-in-palata-serbia-passengers-panicked-others-without-personal-effects-video-telegraph/

Note: This is the 572nd bus to burn in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Two tractor trailers, forklift, pickup truck and building destroyed by fire at business in Winder (Georgia):
http://accesswdun.com/print/2018/10/721759/fire-remains-under-investigation-in-barrow-county
http://www.barrowjournal.com/archives/13317-Building,-vehicles-damaged-in-fire-on-Bankhead-Highway.html

Quote: "Two tractor trailers, a small building, forklift and pickup truck were destroyed in the blaze."

2018-10-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Gregory Highway in Llanarth (Australia):
http://www.townsvillebulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/car-truck-destroyed-in-separate-blazes/news-story/d22c413e40ce1ec84b290d837217c48b
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/car-truck-destroyed-in-separate-blazes/news-story/d22c413e40ce1ec84b290d837217c48b
http://www.power100.com.au/news/local-news/146618-truck-fire-in-charters-towers-region
http://www.star1063.com.au/news/local-news/132947-truck-fire-in-charters-towers-region

2018-10-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A9 near coastal Helmsdale (Scotland):
http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/highlands/1580217/fire-crews-called-to-lorry-blaze-on-a9/

Note: These are the 2156th, 2157th, 2158th and 2159th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Campervan burst into flame on Lees Lane in Skelmersdale (Britain):
http://www.lancsfirerescue.org.uk/vehicle-fire-in-skelmersdale-2/

2018-10-07 - Van bursts into flame at 6:30 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to shed, in coastal Portsmouth (Britain):
http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/our-region/portsmouth/portsmouth-van-fire-spreads-to-shed-1-8659885

2018-10-07 - SUV bursts into flame on the way back from the beach in coastal Anne Arundel County (Maryland):
http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Familys-Hyundai-Santa-Fe-Fire-Maryland-Warning-Investigation-Kia-Recall-496074401.html
http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Terrfying-Moments-as-Maryland-Couple-Car-Catches-Fire_Washington-DC-496082401.html

Quote: "The Bakers were driving home from the beach Sunday on Maryland Route 32 when the trouble began."

2018-10-07 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):
http://wsvn.com/news/local/pickup-truck-catches-fire-on-i-95-in-fort-lauderdale-no-injuries/
http://www.scoopnest.com/user/wsvn/1049120958643093505-pickup-truck-catches-fire-on-i-95-in-fort-lauderdale-no-injuries

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on San Justo Road near San Benito (California):
http://sanbenitolive.com/video-vehicle-fully-engulfed-on-san-justo-road/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-65 in Cullman County (Alabama):
http://www.waff.com/2018/10/07/crews-battling-car-fire-i-cullman-county/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 109 at McCallister Road in Houston County (Alabama):
http://rickeystokesnews.com/article.php/654-pm-vehicle-fire-on-hwy-109-158651

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 in Springfield (Massachusetts):
http://www.westernmassnews.com/news/police-respond-to-car-fire-on-i--in-springfield/article_af13bec8-ca97-11e8-a60e-f7529eaa8091.html

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-185 near Pine Mountain (Georgia):
http://www.wtvm.com/2018/10/08/car-fire-pine-mountain-halts-traffic-i-/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on Beach Road in coastal St Kilda (Australia):
http://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/10/08/08/20/melbourne-fire-st-kilda-truck-and-ute-campbellfield-traffic-chaos
http://flipboard.com/topic/pty/%E2%80%98scary%E2%80%99-escape-for-driver-after-melbourne-car-fire/a-ZyjGDsJ3T4G2Qf2u_wb5nw%3Aa%3A2138603857-8b1d268f46%2Fcom.au
http://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/traffic-delays-as-car-bursts-into-flames-on-busy-st-kilda-road-during-morning-peak/news-story/1a388ce409e57fb266b8e30c007b92c9
http://www.cairnspost.com.au/news/national/traffic-delays-as-car-bursts-into-flames-on-busy-st-kilda-road-during-morning-peak/news-story/1a388ce409e57fb266b8e30c007b92c9
http://omny.fm/shows/3aw-breakfast-with-ross-and-john/mark-tells-ross-and-john-about-the-massive-car-fir
http://www.3aw.com.au/massive-explosion-car-bursts-into-flames-at-st-kilda/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 4:54 AM on Bussau Close in Wanniassa (Australia):
http://www.ewn.com.au/traffic/caution-car-fire-wanniassa-act-390040.traffic

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on street in Ganguly Bagan (India):
http://english.kolkata24x7.com/narrow-escape-from-moving-car-fire-in-ganguly-bagan.html/
http://m.dailyhunt.in/news/india/english/kolkata+24+7+english-epaper-koleng/narrow+escape+from+moving+car+fire+in+ganguly+bagan-newsid-98723662

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Sterling Mills Outlet Shopping Village in Tillicoultry (Scotland):
http://www.alloaadvertiser.com/news/16968825.crews-deal-with-car-fire-at-sterling-mills-tillicoultry/

2018-10-07 - Two cars go up in flames while parked on Blackburn Street in Chorley (Britain):
http://www.thelancasterandmorecambecitizen.co.uk/news/16966861.firefighters-tackle-two-car-fire-in-chorley/
http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/16966861.firefighters-tackle-two-car-fire-in-chorley/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 2:46 AM on Victoria Place in coastal Plymouth (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49688&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 4:07 AM on Albert Road in coastal Plymouth (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49690&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 1:03 AM on Albany Close in Swindon (Britain):
http://www.dwfire.org.uk/incident/car-fire-swindon-22/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the A30 near Monkton (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49691&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Leatherhead (Britain):
http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/m25-traffic-car-fire-live-15250644
http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/16966697.anti-clockwise-traffic-stopped-on-stretch-of-m25-due-to-car-fire/
http://www.surreycomet.co.uk/news/16966697.anti-clockwise-traffic-stopped-on-stretch-of-m25-due-to-car-fire/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M5 near Taunton (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49693&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41
http://www.somersetcountygazette.co.uk/news/16966476.two-lanes-of-m5-near-taunton-closed-after-vehicle-fire/
http://www.chardandilminsternews.co.uk/news/16966476.two-lanes-of-m5-near-taunton-closed-after-vehicle-fire/
http://www.burnhamandhighbridgeweeklynews.co.uk/news/16966476.two-lanes-of-m5-near-taunton-closed-after-vehicle-fire/
http://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/m5-traffic-two-lanes-closed-2083550

2018-10-07 - Two cars go up in flames at 1:53 AM on Southwold Crescent in coastal Grimsby (Britain):
http://www.humbersidefire.gov.uk/newsroom/incidents

Quote: "Southwold Crescent, Grimsby. Sun 7 Oct 2018 01:53 (No:22450) Two cars on fire. One hose reel and one BA in use."

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at roundabout in Denham (Britain):
http://bucksfire.gov.uk/latest-incidents/

Quote: "Sunday 7 October, 5.08pm Car fire, Denham Roundabout, Denham. One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross attended. Firefighters used one hose reel."

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M40 near Loudwater (Britain):
http://bucksfire.gov.uk/latest-incidents/

Quote: "Sunday 7 October, 3.46pm Car fire following collision involving one car, M40 southbound between junctions 4 (Handy Cross) and 3 (Loudwater). Two appliances and crews from High Wycombe attended. No-one was trapped. Firefighters used one hose reel and one set of breathing apparatus."

2018-10-07 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 3:04 AM on Barton Crescent in Dawlish (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49689&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Two vehicles, RV trailer and garage destroyed by fire, home damaged, in Grand Rapids (Michigan):
http://www.wisconsinrapidstribune.com/story/news/2018/10/08/grand-rapids-family-displaced-fire/1567941002/

Quote: "A fire destroyed a garage, two vehicles and a camper Sunday and caused significant smoke damage to a home, according to the Grand Rapids assistant fire chief."

2018-10-07 - Car and home destroyed by fire on Bowden Crescent in Marian (Australia), near the Pioneer River:
http://www.dailymercury.com.au/news/inferno-destroys-home-car-at-marian/3543482/#/0

2018-10-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 2:15 AM on Gum Sulfur Road in Rockcastle County (Kentucky), pet killed:
http://lex18.com/news/covering-kentucky/2018/10/07/fire-destroys-barn-kills-pet-in-rockcastle-co/
http://www.wymt.com/content/news/Firefighters-Family-pet-dies-in-fire-barn-destroyed-495383711.html

2018-10-07 - Tree stump ignites on Quantock Road in coastal Grimsby (Britain):
http://www.humbersidefire.gov.uk/newsroom/incidents

Quote: "Quantock Road, Grimsby. Sun 7 Oct 2018 16:00 (No:22492) Fire involving tree stump. Crews extinguished using Scotty back back, beaters and small tools."

2018-10-07 - Hardware store damaged by fire in Pampa (Texas), nobody there:
http://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/late-night-fire-at-franks-hardware-in-pampa

2018-10-07 - Salon heavily damaged by fire at 3:45 AM in coastal Tampa (Florida):
http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/tampa-salon-heavily-damaged-in-fire

2018-10-07 - Garage goes up in flames at home in Kalamazoo (Michigan):
http://wwmt.com/news/local/garage-fire-extinguished-by-public-safety

2018-10-07 - Garage destroyed by fire shortly before 11:30 PM at home, fire spreads to book store, in Greenville (Ohio):
http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/fire-destroys-garage-damages-book-store-greenville/fH4MPiZDfaTeN04i6k2B5K/

2018-10-07 - Home damaged by garage fire on North Elm Street in Wallingford (Connecticut):
http://www.wtnh.com/news/connecticut/new-haven/wallingford-garage-fire-extends-to-home/1506818488

2018-10-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Yellowstone Court in Hampstead (Maryland):
http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/local/cc-yellowstone-house-fire-20181007-story.html

2018-10-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Hamilton (Canada):
http://www.thespec.com/news-story/8950918-firefighters-knock-down-central-hamilton-house-fire/

2018-10-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on Hawkinstown Road in Salisbury (North Carolina), nobody there:
http://www.wbtv.com/2018/10/07/three-displaced-after-fire-heavily-damages-salisbury-home/

2018-10-07 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:09 PM in New Haven (New York), nobody there:
http://www.syracuse.com/crime/index.ssf/2018/10/oswego_county_firefighters_battle_blaze_at_new_haven_town_councilors_rental_home.html

2018-10-07 - Home destroyed by fire in Yakima (Washington), dog missing:
http://kcby.com/news/local/dog-missing-after-yakima-home-burns-to-the-ground

2018-10-07 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire in coastal Oakland (California):
http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/10/07/firefighters-extinguish-two-alarm-east-oakland-fire/

2018-10-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Bath (Maine), 1 injured:
http://www.pressherald.com/2018/10/07/man-suffers-burns-in-apartment-fire-in-bath/

2018-10-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):
http://cbs12.com/news/local/apartment-fire-in-west-palm-beach-10-08-2018

2018-10-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 4:45 AM in coastal Newport News (Virginia):
http://wtkr.com/2018/10/07/no-injuries-reported-after-newport-news-apartment-fire/
http://www.wavy.com/news/local-news/newport-news/newport-news-firefighters-respond-to-vacant-apartment-fire/1504307461

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns mobile home near Nyssa (Oregon), 1 killed:
http://www.argusobserver.com/news/nyssa-man-dies-in-fire-friday-night/article_f76000ce-cb3c-11e8-bcb3-2706fc388f16.html

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 2:48 AM on Scenic Lane on coastal Staten Island (New York), 4100 feet from the ocean, 1 killed:
http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/62-Year-Old-Man-Dies-After-Fire-Breaks-Out-at-Home-on-Staten-Island-NYPD-495387211.html

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home on Cindy Street in Brighton (Illinois), 1 killed:
http://fox2now.com/2018/10/07/fatal-house-fire-in-brighton-il-under-investigation/
http://foxillinois.com/news/local/officials-respond-to-house-fire-in-brighton

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 5:40 AM on Sycamore Boulevard in Huxley (Iowa), 1 killed, 2 injured:
http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/2018/10/07/1-dead-2-injured-early-morning-huxley-house-fire/1559268002/
http://www.amestrib.com/news/20181007/1-dies-in-huxley-house-fire-2-others-injured
http://www.kcci.com/article/community-grapples-with-the-death-of-huxley-father-after-fire/23630998
http://ktiv.com/2018/10/08/man-dies-after-house-fire-woman-and-son-rescued/
http://whotv.com/2018/10/07/house-fire-traps-huxley-family-inside/

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Luzerne Borough (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:
http://www.timesleader.com/news/720889/man-dies-following-fire-in-luzerne-borough
http://www.citizensvoice.com/news/apartment-fire-death-ruled-accidental-1.2395054

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Foley (Minnesota), 1 killed:
http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2018/10/08/foley-house-fire-death-78th-street-northeast/

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:20 AM in coastal Palmetto (Florida), 1 killed:
http://www.ajc.com/news/year-old-dies-palmetto-house-fire/P5zvndDUMHizqzxTWDWbrK/
http://www.myajc.com/news/year-old-dies-palmetto-house-fire/P5zvndDUMHizqzxTWDWbrK/

2018-10-07 - Vacant home burns on Reservoir Street in Springfield (Illinois):
http://foxillinois.com/news/local/springfield-fire-department-responding-to-possible-house-fire

2018-10-07 - Vacant commercial building destroyed by huge fire in Allentown (Pennsylvania):
http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-nws-allentown-warehouse-fire-20181007-story.html
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/crews-battling-4-alarm-warehouse-fire-in-allentown/
http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Allentown-Pennsylvania-Vacant-Warehouse-Four-Alarm-Fire--495596441.html
http://6abc.com/fire-rages-through-allentown-warehouse-/4435964/

2018-10-07 - Historic vacant retreat destroyed by massive blaze shortly after 11 PM in coastal Little Bras d’Or (Canada):
http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/historic-cape-breton-retreat-centre-destroyed-in-overnight-fire-1.4124787
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/fire-villa-madonna-cape-breton-1.4853894
http://www.capebretonpost.com/news/local/former-villa-madonna-centre-falls-victim-to-fire-248149/




2018-10-07 - Pygmy sperm whale washes ashore dead at coastal Ruapuke Beach (New Zealand):
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/107664412/female-pygmy-sperm-whale-found-dead-on-beach

2018-10-07 - Thousands of fish found dead in coastal Moorings Bay (Florida):
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=BH-20181009-64958-USA
http://www.fox4now.com/news/toxic-water/contractors-set-to-clean-up-dead-fish-in-naples
http://www.nbc-2.com/story/39251578/bay-full-of-thousands-of-dead-fish

Quote: "Hundreds of rotting fish carcasses washed into Moorings Bay on Sunday and were still there Monday afternoon, but no one knows what killed them - or when they'll go away."

2018-10-07 - Hundreds of fish strand and die in coastal Gwithian (Britain):
http://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/hundreds-more-fish-found-stranded-2083463

Quote: "Hundreds of fish have been founded stranded on a beach in Cornwall. The small sprat fish were discovered thrashing about in shallow pools of water on Gwithian beach, near Hayle, by dog walker Jill Clark. It is the third incident of stranded fish at beaches in Cornwall in less than three weeks."

2018-10-07 - Red tide bloom now killing sea life from the Gulf of Mexico to Fort Lauderdale (Florida):
http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/10/ive-been-here-all-my-life-and-ive-never.html




2018-10-07 - Two men finish half-marathon then go into cardiac arrest, die shortly later, in coastal Cardiff (Britain):
http://www.rt.com/uk/440621-runners-die-cardiff-marathon/
http://www.dailyjournal.net/2018/10/07/ath-cardiff-half-marathon-deaths/
http://www.thestate.com/news/nation-world/world/article219643610.html
http://www.modbee.com/news/nation-world/article219643610.html
http://www.mercedsunstar.com/news/nation-world/article219643610.html
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-two-cardiff-half-marathon-13381034
http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/two-runners-died-cardiff-half-15250993
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/runners-cardiff-half-marathon-die-wales-a8573376.html
http://metro.co.uk/2018/10/07/two-runners-collapse-and-die-in-front-of-families-after-crossing-half-marathon-finish-line-8014993/

Quote: "Two runners competing in the Cardiff Half Marathon have died after collapsing at the finish line. The men – one in his 20s and one in his 30s, it is believed – suffered cardiac arrests after taking part in the annual race, organisers said."

Quote: "Organizers Run 4 Wales said the deaths were the first fatalities in the race’s 15-year history."

2018-10-07 - Man and daughter die in pond in Miranpur (India):
http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/378103-man-daughter-drown-in-pond

2018-10-07 - College student, man, loses consciousness repeatedly then dies, another college student, man, 31, foams at the mouth and dies in room, in Assam (India):
http://www.ndtv.com/guwahati-news/in-separate-incidents-two-university-students-die-in-assam-1927910
http://www.timesnownews.com/mirror-now/society/article/cause-of-death-unknown-two-students-himangshu-neog-kangkan-kalita-at-tezpur-university-gauhati-university-found-dead-in-separate-incidents/295302
http://www.theweek.in/wire-updates/national/2018/10/06/ces6-as-students-death.html

Quote: "Identified as Himangshu Neog, the Gauhati University student, as per his hostel mates, fell unconscious repeatedly on Thursday night. Following that, he was rushed to the hospital situated on the university premises from where he was referred to the MMC Civil Hospital where he was brought dead on arrival."

Quote: "In another case, 31-year-old Kangkan Kalita, a Computer Science Engineering research scholar was found lying in his bed with his mouth foaming in his hostel room at Tezpur Central University on Friday."




2018-10-07 - Man, 29, drops dead at motel in Bismarck (North Dakota):
http://www.myndnow.com/news/bismarck-news/body-found-at-bismarck-motor-motel/1505412791
http://bismarcktribune.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/man-found-dead-in-bismarck-hotel-room/article_7de65599-ff07-5737-8c07-426654cae8be.html
http://www.kfyrtv.com/content/news/Body-found-at-Bismarck-Motor-Motel-495521851.html

2018-10-07 - Airman, man, 31, found dead in the Tchoutacabouffa River in coastal Biloxi (Mississippi):
http://www.wlox.com/2018/10/08/keesler-afb-provides-new-information-about-deceased-airman-found-tchoutacabouffa-river/
http://newsms.fm/airman-found-dead-at-keesler/

2018-10-07 - Woman, 32, has 'medical emergency' at jail, dies shortly later, in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):
http://pilotonline.com/news/local/article_3ebcaa7e-ca63-11e8-a8b5-cb012bceb124.html

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          Matic doubtful for Chelsea clash after withdrawing from Serbia squad      Cache   Translate Page      
The Manchester United midfielder has returned to Old Trafford for rehabilitation.
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Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic may miss out against Chelsea after picking up an unspecified injury problem. United confirmed the Serbian international had returned to the club ‘to complete his rehabilitation’, ruling him out of the Nations League fixtures in Montenegro and Romania this week. He could also be sidelined for United’s crunch Stamford Bridge … Continued

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          (Hickory / Lenoir) new unfired ATI AT47 Milled Underfolder AK47 7.62x39 - $ 799      Cache   Translate Page      
New never fired. ATI AT47 Milled Underfolder AK47. $799.99

The AT-47 is a 7.62x39mm Rifle assembled in the USA by American Tactical. Made from Zastava M70 parts kits sourced from Serbia, the AT-47 features a US made receiver and barrel. All of the Zastava parts in each AT-47 originated in one complete rifle. Each rifle was de-miled and packaged as a part kit individually to keep original matching parts together on each US assembled rifle. Featuring the original underfolding stock, the AT-47 is functional in both the field and in close quarter situations.

Milled Receiver 4140 Hardened Steel, Parkerized
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1x10 Right Hand Twist
Adjustable Front Sight for Elevation and Windage
Adjustable Rear Sight for Elevation
Installed Grenade Sight and Bayonet Lug
Overall Length 35"
Collapsed Length 26"
Includes One 30RD Magazine

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The Serbian last won the tournament in 2015.
          Matic doubtful for Chelsea clash after withdrawing from Serbia squad      Cache   Translate Page      
The Manchester United midfielder has returned to Old Trafford for rehabilitation.
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The Serbian last won the tournament in 2015.
          Matic doubtful for Chelsea clash after withdrawing from Serbia squad      Cache   Translate Page      
The Manchester United midfielder has returned to Old Trafford for rehabilitation.
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With funding from the EU and the government Luxembourg, the UK-based European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is launching Trade Ready, a program intended to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Serbia become more competitive in international markets. Trade Ready offers “trade finance training and trade-related business advice for SMEs, networking opportunities with

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The Serbian last won the tournament in 2015.
          Matic doubtful for Chelsea clash after withdrawing from Serbia squad      Cache   Translate Page      
The Manchester United midfielder has returned to Old Trafford for rehabilitation.
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Turning 21 on Friday, October 12, Serbian international defensive all-rounder Nikola Milenkovic, according to Telegraf.
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Ministri i Punëve të Jashtme të Serbisë, Ivica Daçiç ka deklaruar sot se Serbia nuk do ta njohë Kosovën me asnjë çmim dhe se Serbia dëshiron të arrijë një kompromis për Kosovën. ?Nuk do ta njohim Kosovën për asnjë çmim, sepse nuk është në pyetje BE-ja apo Kosova. Ne nuk duam të na shtrohet ashtu
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Los Hawks anuncian a Isaac Humphries, pívot australiano que proviene del FMP Belgrado Humphries (2.16, 20 años) aportó en Serbia unas medias de 4.5 puntos y 2.2 rebotes por partido. Ante en los Sidney Kings promedió 6.9 puntos y 3.7 rebotes. Fuente: atlanta hawks · Foto: NBL

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          Pagliaccio, pacifista o comico: le lauree più pazze del mondo      Cache   Translate Page      
La minaccia più concreta è che l'inesorabile automazione di ogni singolo lavoro renderà inutile quello che è il supremo titolo di studio: la laurea. Sarà carta straccia per molti, come se fosse stato inutile superare tutti quegli esami. E per non scoraggiarci, ci rincuora il diabolico marketing o la fantasia di alcuni professori di atenei sparsi nel globo terracqueo: esistono corsi di laurea totalmente inutili, organizzati per farsi pubblicità e garantire la disoccupazione.Se dovessimo fare una classifica delle lauree più insignificanti, perniciose per una carriera professionale, l'Europa, includendo l'Italia, è da hit parade. Ad esempio, la Gran Bretagna, in fuga dall'Europa, terra di antiche e prestigiose accademie, culle del sapere e di Premi Nobel, ha nell'Università del Kent un coraggioso corso triennale di "Stand-up comedian". Quindici esami triennali per creare un comico che da solo, su un palco, senza sedersi mai, privo di scenografia, deve intrattenere, possibilmente facendo molto ridere, il pubblico di un teatro come di un bar. Anche Jerry Lewis ha iniziato così, mosso dal talento, più che da una specifica erudizione. "È una forma teatrale di successo e anche i più negati potrebbero imparare la tecnica", dicono dal Kent.In Olanda, a Rotterdam, l'Università di Codarts, garantisce di trasformarvi in un pagliaccio nel giro di due anni, con il corso in "Clown e arti circensi". Qui si studia per fare il buffone sotto a un tendone, o alle feste di compleanno della nipotina e delle amiche. Si insegna anche a volteggiare sul trapezio e a interagire con foche, elefanti e leoni. Per l'ultimo corso la segreteria chiede una liberatoria nel caso lo studente ci lasci la pelle. O la testa tra le fauci feline. Ma più che i rischi professionali, spaventa il fatto che il circo sta lentamente morendo, quei pochi sopravvissuti hanno giustamente rinunciato agli animali e di certo non assumono più. E, poi, bambini e ragazzini oggi preferiscono la Play Station.Nell'Università di Roskilde, in Danimarca hanno le idee chiare sul concetto, ma noi non sull'applicazione. Se un direttore di un festival, un imprenditore e un wedding planner unissero le loro forze, ne uscirebbe un "design perfomer". Che cosa sia, però, nessuno sa spiegarlo con convinzione: dovrebbe essere un esperto capace di analizzare, sviluppare e gestire festival e conferenze. Ma per questo non basta una laurea in Comunicazione?Forse bisognerebbe porre un freno all'entusiasmo con cui la Ue finanzia gli atenei. In Portogallo l'Università di Coimbra, offre una laurea biennale di "Pace, sicurezza e sviluppo". Perché se il mondo corre inesorabilmente verso la guerra nucleare, abbiamo bisogno di menti erudite capaci di salvare le sorti globali con un paio di esami. Secondo l'università questa laurea magistrale vuole approfondire la "conoscenza teorica e concettuale delle problematiche legate alla pace, alla sicurezza, allo sviluppo e alle sfide umanitarie nel mondo". A parte questo, l'ateneo non chiarisce quali siano i possibili sbocchi professionali per gli studenti.A Belgrado, nella sua università fondata nel 1808, tra le 31 facoltà disponibili e i 150 corsi accademici, spicca "Scienze bibliotecarie e informatiche" che, sulla carta, sembrerebbe avere un senso. Tre anni di studio di scienza bibliotecaria e informatica per gestire una biblioteca. Sinceramente basterebbe un corso di due mesi. Poi la triste realtà ci dice che in Serbia le pochissime biblioteche rimaste in piedi dopo la guerra, sono a rischio chiusura perché prive di fondi. In Pennsylvania, c'è un corso per "Hackeraggio non criminale": imparerete a entrare in qualsiasi sistema informatico blindato, dal Pentagono alla Banca Europea, senza rubare o fare danni. Così, per curiosare.E da questo demenziale spreco di risorse accademiche, non è esente l'Italia. A Bari ci si laurea in "Igiene e benessere del cane e del gatto". Non serve una laurea precedente in "Veterinaria", basta l'entusiasmo e due anni a perdere. Un posto come toelettatore per quadrupedi e felini è, forse, assicurato. A Bologna, al Dams, esiste una specializzazione in laurea magistrale in "Discipline dello spettacolo dal vivo", consigliato ad "aspiranti critici teatrali, registi e attori con un solido bagaglio culturale" recita l'opuscolo informativo. Da questo corso di laurea si esce "professionisti connessi all'arte scenica". La Federico II di Napoli ha attivato una laurea triennale in "Verde ornamentale". I possibili impieghi vanno dalla progettazione degli spazi verdi alla produzione vivaistica.Anche Pisa, come nel Kent, potete buttare via tre anni della vostra vita con una bella laurea magistrale in "Scienza per la pace". L'ateneo pisano è l'unico italiano per i "Peace Studies". Nell'università di Firenze, fondata sette secoli fa, ci si laurea in "Sviluppo agricolo in zone tropicali". Così da chiedervi se cresceranno i carciofi a Bangkok.
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[Montenegro], Oct 10 (ANI): People will have to cough up around 2,000 euros if they fail to stand during the national anthem of Montenegro, as per a new legislation proposed by the government.

The authorities want to amend the existing 'Law on State Symbols and the Statehood Day of Montenegro' to include penalties ranging from 300 to 2,000 euros "imposed on a natural person if they do not rise during the performance of the anthem." The draft legislation was passed by Montenegro cabinet last week, CNN reported.

A spokesperson of Montenegro's government said that the proposed law would apply even to the foreigners, apart from others, when they are present during the anthem's performance. However, people with disabilities would be pardoned and allowed to pay their respects in "other ways".

In 2006, Montenegro gained independence from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, following a referendum. The tiny Balkan nation had adopted the anthem -- called "Oj Svijetla Majska Zoro," meaning "Oh, Bright Dawn of May" in 2004.

The anthem has been rejected by some opposition pro-Serbian members of the Montenegro Parliament, as they accuse Sekula Drljevic, who has penned down several verses of the song, of collaborating with the Italian military occupation during the Second World War. The opposition leaders protest by staying seated when the anthem is being played in the parliament.

Meanwhile, Human Rights Action -- a non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Montenegro, has termed the proposed legislation as "anachronistic".

Maintaining that no other country has such laws, the NGO said, in a statement, "Ordering respect of state symbols in a certain way and intimidation by punishment for the opposite acts is inappropriate for a democratic society that must be open to the expression of different opinion and debate." (ANI)


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It's still a milestone for both Japan and Singapore, as 2018 is the first year in the index's 13-year history that either of them has had the most powerful passport in the world.
Both are way ahead of the UK and US which share fifth place with Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg - but it's worth noting that the top four spots are shared by 10 countries.

Experts had previously revealed that the UK ranking is unlikely to increase until there is certainty regarding Brexit.
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    Japan (190 countries)
    Singapore (189 countries)
    Germany, France, South Korea (188 countries)
    Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Spain (187 countries)
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    Iceland (181 countries)
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    Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania (179 countries)
    Liechtenstein, Estonia (178 countries)
    Poland (175 countries)
    Monaco, Chile (174 countries)
    Cyprus (173 countries)
    Brazil (171 countries)
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    Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania (169 countries)
    Andorra, San Marino (168 countries)
    Brunei (165 countries)
    Israel, Barbados, UAE (161 countries)
    Mexico (158 countries)
    Bahamas (155 countries)
    Uruguay (154 countries)
    Seychelles (152 countries)
    St Kitts & Nevis (151 countries)
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    Costa Rica (149 countries)
    Vatican City, Taiwan (148 countries)
    Trinidad and Tobago (147 countries)
    Mauritius, St Lucia (146 countries)
    St Vincent and the Grenadines (145 countries)
    Macao, Grenada (144 countries)
    Paraguay (143 countries)
    Panama (141 countries)
    Venezulea, Honduras (138 countries)
    Dominica, Guatemala, El Savador (137 countries)
    Peru (135 countries)
    Serbia, Solomon Islands (130 countries)
    Samoa, Vanuatu (129 countries)
    Nicaragua, Ukraine (128 countries)
    Colombia, Tuvalu (127 countries)
    Macedonia (125 countries)
    Marshall Islands, Tonga (124 countries)
    Kiribati, Montenegro (123 countries)
    Micronesia, Moldova (122 countries)
    Russia, Palau Islands (119 countries)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (118 countries)
    Albania (114 countries)
    Georgia (112 countries)
    Turkey (111 countries)
    South Africa (102 countries)
    Belize (101 countries)
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    Ecuador, Kuwait (93 countries)
    Fiji (90 countries)
    Guyana (88 countries)
    Maldives (87 countries)
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    Qatar (85 countries)
    Jamaica (84 countries)
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    Botswana (82 countries)
    Bahrain (81 countries)
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    Oman (78 countries)
    Belarus, Thailand (77 countries)
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    Lesotho, China (74 countries)
    Indonesia (73 countries)
    Swaziland, Kenya, Malawi (71 countries)
    Gambia, Tanzania, Zambia (68 countries)
    Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Dominican Republic (66 countries)
    Cape Verde, Cuba (65 countries)
    Uganda, Zimbabwe (64 countries)
    Ghana, Kyrgyzstan (63 countries)
    Sierra Leone (62 countries)
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    Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea (56 countries)
    Mali, Gabon, Bhutan (55 countries)
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    Chad, Madagascar, Guinea-Bissau, Turkmenistan (53 countries)
    Comores Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Laos (52 countries)
    Vietnam (51 countries)
    Algeria, Jordan (50 countries)
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    Cameroon, Myanmar (48 countries)
    Liberia, Nigeria, Congo (Republic) (47 countries)
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    South Sudan, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Libya (41 countries)
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          Viacom to Launch Paramount Play SVOD Service in Poland in October 2018; To Include Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. Programming      Cache   Translate Page      
Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has announced plans to launch a Paramount-branded subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) service for the first time in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region! Viacom announced the news on Monday 8th October 2018 at the 45th PIKE International Conference and Exhibition in Lodz.


Titled Paramount Play, the service is due to debut during the second half of October 2018 in Poland, and will initially be part of the service Play Now of the mobile operator P4 and in the offer of the cable operator Toya. More network operators are expected to add the service in the coming months.

It will offer a wide curated selection of Paramount Pictures movies, such as Saving Private Ryan, The Godfather, Forrest Gump, A Beautiful Mind, The Terminal, Transformers, and Mission Impossible, and will offer access to the video libraries of MTV Polska, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. educational preschool series, including, including American Beauty, Beverly Hills Cop, Geordie Shore, Pimp My Ride, Inside Amy Schumer, Takeshi’s Castle, South Park, SpongeBob SquarePants, School of Rock, and Paw Patrol.

Titles available at launch include movies American Beauty, Transformers, The Terminal and Beverly Hills Cop and series Geordie Shore, Ex on the Beach, Pimp My Ride, Comedy Club, Inside Amy Schumer, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Thundermans, Dora the Explorer and Paw Patrol.


The service will also include Polish MTV and Comedy Central local TV productions like Warsaw Shore, Teen Mom Polska and Drunk History Poland, which will be available on Paramount Play immediately after they premiere on TV this autumn.

In Poland, Paramount Play will be available through STBs and within TV everywhere and OTT apps as a standalone service. Affiliate partners’ premium subscribers will be able to access the service for low or no additional cost.

“Paramount Play is an important extension of our content offering for our distribution partners, which will diversify our footprint and bolster our market leading position in CEE,” said Bartosz Witak, Senior Vice President (SVP), General Manager (GM) for VIMN in Central and Eastern Europe and Israel.

“A perfect complement to our linear TV business, this service enables our partners to offer unique, extra content to their premium customers, which will be accessible anytime, anywhere and on any device. Easy navigation between our brands under a single Paramount+ user interface will also boost discoverability of our content more broadly.”

Poland is the first market within Central and Eastern Europe and the second globally to receive the Paramount-branded entertainment aggregate service, following the introduction of Paramount+ in the Nordics.

The news follows Viacom launching the award-winning Nickelodeon Play VOD app in in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in September 2018. The app debuted in Serbia, and will roll-out in more territories in the near future.

Via Wirtualnemedia.pl:

Viacom uruchamia w Polsce serwis SVOD.

„Paramount Play uzupełnia portfolio naszych produktów” W październiku br. Viacom International Media Networks uruchomi w Polsce usługę SVOD Paramount Play, która trafi na początku do Play Now oraz do operatora Toya - dowiedział się portal Wirtualnemedia.pl.


Bartosz Witak at PIKE 2018

Usługa Paramount Play umożliwi dostęp do filmów Paramount Pictures oraz programów z biblioteki MTV Polska, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon i Nick Jr., w tym lokalnych produkcji tych kanałów. Dostęp do odcinków będzie możliwy tuż po premierze telewizyjnej.

Ceny (lub brak opłat) w zależności od operatorów

Serwis SVOD trafi do Polski w drugiej połowie października - na początku usługa zostanie udostępniona abonentom Play Now, czyli serwisu należącego do operatora telefonii komórkowej Play, a także abonentom sieci Toya. VIMN Polska zapowiada, że w najbliższych tygodniach Paramount Play trafi do oferty kolejnych operatorów.

- Ceny (lub brak opłat) w zależności od operatorów. Powinni poinformować w ciągu nadchodzących dni - informuje Wirtualnemedia.pl biuro prasowe VIMN Polska.

Polska jest pierwszym rynkiem Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej i drugim na świecie (po Skandynawii), na którym pojawi się ta usługa. W nadchodzących miesiącach oferta Paramount Play będzie się zwiększana.

- Paramount Play to doskonałe uzupełnienie portfolio naszych produktów. Z jego pomocą nasi partnerzy istotnie wzbogacą paletę oferowanych przez nich usług. Nasz serwis zapewnia widzom szeroki wybór treści programowych, do których dostęp będą mieli w każdym miejscu i czasie oraz na każdym urządzeniu, zarówno przez dekoder operatorów kablowo-satelitarnych, jak i przez urządzenia mobilne wybranych sieci. Służąc jako rozwinięcie naszego tradycyjnego modelu biznesowego, Paramount Play umożliwi zwiększenie obecności Viacom w kolejnych segmentach rynku w Polsce. Wzmocni także naszą pozycję jako lidera pośród firm międzynarodowych z segmentu pay. Oferta Paramount Play zawiera setki hitów filmowych i programów telewizyjnych dla widzów w każdym wieku - tłumaczy Bartosz Witak, senior vice president i general manager dla VIMN w regionie CEE & Izrael.

Użytkownicy Paramount Play otrzymają dostęp do m.in. filmów „American Beauty”, „Szeregowiec Ryan”, „Forrest Gump”, „Ojciec chrzestny”, „Wyspa tajemnic”, „Piękny umysł”, „Terminal” oraz cykli „Transformers” czy „Mission Impossible”. W ofercie serwisu pojawią się również polskie i zagraniczne programy rozrywkowe, takie jak „Warsaw Shore - Ekipa z Warszawy”, „Ex na plaży Polska”, „Niemożliwe PL”, „Teen Mom Polska”, a także „Ekipa z Newcastle”, „Dziara za dziarę”, „Miasteczko South Park”, „Comedy Club”, „Inside Amy Schumer” i „Takeshi’s Castle: Take wariaty”. Dzięki Paramount Play najmłodsi widzowie uzyskają dostęp do takich programów jak m.in. „SpongeBob Kanciastoporty”, „Szkoła Rocka”, „Dora poznaje świat” oraz „Psi patrol”.

Uruchomienie usługi Paramount Play na polskim rynku nadawca ogłosił w poniedziałek, podczas 45. Międzynarodowej Konferencji i Wystawy PIKE w Łodzi. Portal Wirtualnemedia.pl jest partnerem medialnym konferencji.

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Polska drugim rynkiem na świecie z usługą Paramount Play

Viacom International Media Networks wprowadza do Polski serwis sVoD Paramount Play.

Polska jest pierwszym rynkiem Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej i drugim na świecie po Skandynawii, na którym pojawi się ta usługa. Firma ogłosiła debiut serwisu w Polsce podczas trwającej w Łodzi konferencji Polskiej Izby Komunikacji Elektronicznej.

W ofercie Paramount Play znajdą się filmy ze studia Paramount Pictures, jak również wybrane programy MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon i Nick Jr.

W drugiej połowie października Paramount Play zostanie udostępniony użytkownikom Play Now, serwisu należącego do sieci komórkowej Play, a także klientom operatora kablowego Toya. Według zapowiedzi nadawcy w najbliższych tygodniach usługa trafi do oferty kolejnych operatorów.

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DEPLETED SPAIN

Spain will be depleted when it hosts England on Monday with a chance to practically secure a spot in the Nations League's final four.

Some key players will be absent because of injuries, including Francisco "Isco" Alarcon, Dani Carvajal, Sergi Roberto and Diego Costa.

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Russia returns to Sochi, where the World Cup host lost a quarterfinals penalty shootout against Croatia, to play Turkey on Sunday in Group 2 of League B. Russia first hosts Sweden in Kaliningrad on Thursday.

In B3, Bosnia-Herzegovina goes for a third straight when Northern Ireland visits on Monday.

In League C, Group 4 co-leaders Montenegro and Serbia meet in Podgorica on Thursday. The Balkan neighbors joined together as one team at the 2006 World Cup.

In League D, teams with two wins last month include Georgia which next hosts Andorra, Luxembourg playing at Belarus, and Macedonia hosting Liechtenstein.

One of the longest journeys in European soccer faces Azerbaijan — about 4,400 kilometers (2,750 miles) to play at the Faroe islands on Thursday.

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AP Sports Writers Andrew Dampf, Graham Dunbar, Ciaran Fahey and Rob Harris contributed.

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          Belgian police raid several soccer clubs in vast probe      Cache   Translate Page      

BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian authorities say 57 police raids are ongoing in Belgium and six other European nations in a vast probe into financial fraud and match-fixing in soccer. The federal prosecutor’s office says 44 raids were being held in Belgium and 13 more in France, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia. The prosecutor’s statement […]
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ASTANA. KAZINFORM - Kazakhstan and Serbia are set to launch a direct flight linking their capital cities, Kazinform has learnt from the press service of the Civil Aviation Committee of the Ministry for Investment and Cooperation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.


          Nemanja Matic injury concern for Manchester United ahead of Chelsea clash - sources      Cache   Translate Page      
Paul Mariner reacts to Wayne Rooney's defence of Jose Mourinho, in which the Man United legend called for player accountability at Old Trafford. Nemanja Matic is a doubt for Manchester United's Premier League clash at Chelsea on Oct. 20 after being sent home from international duty with Serbia because of a back injury, sources have told ESPN FC. Jose Mourinho faces a nervous two weeks while 11 first-team players spend time with their countries. Matic is the second player to return to the club with an injury after Luke Shaw was ruled out of England duty. The United manager cannot afford any more injury problems as he prepares for a critical...
          MOL SERBIA traži preduzetnike koji će upravljati benzinskim stanicama      Cache   Translate Page      
Kompanija MOL Serbia poziva preduzetnike da se jave na konkurs za partnere koji će upravljati benzinskim stanicama u okviru mreže koja broji 61 stanicu širom Srbije i postanu deo uspešnog tima koji punih 15 godina posluje u Srbiji. „Želimo da vlasnicima preduzeća i preduzetničkih radnji ponudimo dugoročno partnerstvo i omogućimo im da upravljaju benzinskim stanicama […]
          Nations League update: Injured Matic withdraws from Serbia squad      Cache   Translate Page      
The 30-year-old joins Luke Shaw in the treatment room after the left back pulled out of the England squad with an injury on Monday.
          Transfer Rater: Nikola Milenkovic to Manchester United, Tanguy Ndombele to Tottenham      Cache   Translate Page      
Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper. Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip. Nikola Milenkovic to Manchester United Jose Mourinho will attend the Nations League clash between Serbia and Montenegro during the international break, as he wants to personally...
          Belgian football clubs raided as part of fraud and match-fixing inquiry      Cache   Translate Page      
• Forty-four raids held across Belgium after year-long inquiry
• Clubs in other countries, including France, also investigated

Belgian authorities have carried out a series of raids and arrests at football clubs across the country linked to investigations into financial fraud and possibly match-fixing.

The federal prosecutor’s office said 44 raids were being held in Belgium and 13 more in France, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia.

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Nemanja Matic had initially joined up with the Serbia squad but has now returned to Manchester United for treatment on an injury.
          Comment on Solved: Windows update cannot currently check for updates in Windows 8, 7 or Vista by Cobu Serbia      Cache   Translate Page      
1. Click Start > type “services.msc” > press enter. 2. Find “Windows Update” in the list, right-click, choose “Stop”. This service must be in the “stopped” state, or the next 2 steps will fail. 3. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to “C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution”. 4. Delete every file inside the folder. If you receive an error message that some of the files are in use, check to be sure the Windows Update service (step 2.) is stopped. 5. Reboot the computer, and try running Windows Update again. In a few cases, this procedure didn’t work. In that case, it turns out that some of the .dlls involved with Windows Update were not correctly registered. If this happens to you, here are the steps to correct the issue: a. Complete steps 1-2 to stop the “Windows Update” service again. b. Click Start > type “cmd” > right-click and choose “Run as Administrator”. c. Type the following commands to register the Windows Update services, pressing the “Enter” key on your keyboard after each one: regsvr32 wuapi.dll regsvr32 wuaueng.dll regsvr32 wups.dll regsvr32 wups2.dll regsvr32 wuwebv.dll regsvr32 wucltux.dll d. Reboot the computer immediately and then check for updates once you log back in.
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          3 Things the Church Must Do to Survive in This Culture      Cache   Translate Page      

In November, I will celebrate 50 years of being given the joy and privilege of ministering. It is and always will be the best thing that God could ever have called me to do with my life.

Over the years I've witnessed incredible miracles and walked through challenging wilderness seasons. These mountaintop and valley seasons have taught me a great deal about myself, my God and His kingdom, and they have caused me to grow and stretch in ways I never could have foreseen at the outset of my ministry career. As I look back, it's clear that my most significant lessons could be summed up in these six words of advice:

1. Be bold.

2. Be broken.

3. Be bright.

While studying the life of David and his desire for the presence of God in his life and in the lives of His people, I realized that throughout every battle and conflict, you can find the evidence of boldness, brokenness and brightness in him. These characteristics in David are what I believe made him a man after God's own heart, and they are why God was able to use him to impact the world around him, including his government. They are what will allow you and me to make an impact on our churches, our communities and our nation too.

As I was watching the Senate hearing in Washington this week, my heart was broken for where we are as a country. We are broken, divided and hostile toward each other. The enemy is saying the church is bigoted, racist, and condescending and that we doubt the Word of God. The devil wants people to believe the church is a thing of the past, so he whispers lies that cause people to question why we would pay attention to something written thousands of years ago. As for believers, even among our ranks there is little evidence of brokenness before the living, mighty, and holy God. There are very few who are willing to humble themselves and repent, or embrace God's love. Each side is flush with boldness but woefully lacking in the other two characteristics that made David so successful.

I am not at all saying the church should step back, stifling its voice in an attempt to find this balance. On the contrary. We cannot take responsibility for the actions and reactions of those with whom we are at odds, but we have a mandate to serve God obediently—and that service requires our boldness and brokenness before Him, even if it makes us uncomfortable.

Although most people who know me today wouldn't easily believe it, I was painfully shy as a child. Because of that shyness, when I was called upon to do bold things, I would cry. But here's the thing: Crying never stopped me. Even when I felt embarrassed of the spotlight or longed to disappear into the background, I knew I couldn't walk away from what I had been called to do, even if stepping out and being boldly obedient would bring painful tears that might make me the subject of ridicule. Before long I realized an important lesson, one I want you to consider today: Through my tears came the greatest breakthroughs of my life.

When our boldness comes out of brokenness before our God, the light of His presence breaks through, allowing the lost world around us to see the brightness of His glory.

The world wants to see Jesus, and right now they are more ready for Him than the church is ready for the world. But God is bringing balance to this area. I believe God is breaking the times of leanness of Spirit, and we get to witness it firsthand. He is clearing the air of a lot of junk in America. Don't be surprised but rather rejoice when you hear of outpourings of the Holy Spirit. God is birthing Holy Spirit boldness in the church, but it will only come out brokenness and humility. Watch, see, and move by faith as He releases the brightness of His glory.

The church in our nation must step up and show the world who God truly is and what the power of His love can do in our broken world. We must show them who we really are—bold, broken and bright with the love and light of Christ, the morning star.

Here's another way to put it: "You're here to be light, bringing out the God-colors in the world. God is not a secret to be kept. We're going public with this, as public as a city on a hill. If I make you light-bearers, you don't think I'm going to hide you under a bucket, do you? I'm putting you on a light stand. Now that I've put you there on a hilltop, on a light stand—shine! Keep open house; be generous with your lives. By opening up to others, you'll prompt people to open up with God, this generous Father in heaven" (Matt. 5:16, MSG). {eoa}

Mikel French has challenged spiritual awakening all across America, where many celebrations extended into multiple weeks, and has conducted celebrations in France, Sweden, Russia, Romania, Poland, Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia, Germany, South Africa, Malawi, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Haiti, Japan, Singapore, India and Thailand. He conducted an outreach celebration in Manila, Philippines, reaching 200,000 teenagers with the Book of Hope. Through the generous support of partners, he has presented the message of Jesus Christ to millions of people in the nation of Russia through televised citywide soul-winning celebrations. Mikel considers it an honor to assist in conducting the annual pastor's conference, where thousands of pastors from Russia's 11 time zones come for training, teaching and equipping. Mikel and his wife, Marsha, reside in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


          Shitja e “Telekom Albania”, ende asnjë vendim      Cache   Translate Page      

Qeveria e Tiranës nuk do të donte që “Telekom Albania”, partnere e “Deutsche Telekom”, të blihet nga “Telekom Serbia”, e këtë e shprehu qartë kryeministri Edi Rama një ditë më parë. “Bizneset serbe – tha ai, – janë të mirëpritura në Shqipëri. Por në këtë sektor strategjik (sektori i Telekomunikacionit) ato nuk janë preferenca jonë”. Por, Korporata greke OTE, që zotëron 99.79% të aksioneve të “Telekom Albania”, partnere e drejtpërdrejtë me “Deutsche Telekom”, e pyetur nga “Deutsche Welle” për ofertën […]

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          Barna ilegale nga Serbia vazhdojnë të shiten në Kosovë      Cache   Translate Page      

Në Kosovë vazhdojnë të qarkullojnë ilegalisht barna nga Serbia, të cilat konsiderohet se janë të rrezikshme për shëndetin e qytetarëve. Vetëm këtë vit oficerët doganorë kanë hasur në mijëra pako të barnave, që është tentuar të kontrabandohen nga shtete të ndryshme për në Kosovë, shkruan sot Gazeta “Zëri”. Barna me vlerë mbi 15 mijë euro janë gjetur të kontrabanduara të hënën gjatë kontrolleve doganore në Han të Elezit. Sipas një komunikate të Doganës së Kosovës, gjatë këtij kontrolli ata kanë […]

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           Fotbal - corupţie: 44 de percheziţii n Belgia şi 13 n diverse ţări din Europa      Cache   Translate Page      
Parchetul federal din Belgia a confirmat că 44 de percheziţii sunt efectuate miercuri dimineaţă în toată ţara în legătură cu activitatea unor agenţi de fotbalişti şi falsificarea mai multor meciuri disputate în sezonul trecut, iar în paralel, la cererea judecătorului de instrucţie, se desfăşoară 13 percheziţii în străinătate, mai ales în Franţa, Luxemburg, Cipru, Muntenegru, Serbia şi Macedonia, scrie ziarul Le Soir.
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          Tethyan Commences Metallurgical Testwork at Kizevak      Cache   Translate Page      
Jersey, England–(Newsfile Corp. – October 10, 2018) – Tethyan Resources plc (TSXV: TETH) (“Tethyan” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce that it has submitted two composite samples for metallurgical test work at the Mining and Metallurgy Institute, Bor, Serbia (MMI). The test work is aimed at providing preliminary data from which more detailed optimisation […]
           Club Brugge, Anderlecht and Standard Liege raided by police as part of match-fixing probe       Cache   Translate Page      
The federal prosecutor's office in Brussels has confirmed 44 raids occurred in Belgium and 13 more in France, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia.
          Volley femminile, Mondiali 2018: impresa Giappone, battuta la Serbia. Brasile con le spalle al muro, Italia prima      Cache   Translate Page      
Oggi (mercoledì 10 ottobre) si sono svolte otto partite ai Mondiali 2018 di volley femminile in corso di svolgimento in Giappone. Nel momento chiave della seconda fase diverse nazionali hanno saputo fare la differenza, facendo così un passo fondamentale verso la qualificazione alla Final Six. Solo Italia e Serbia però sono già certe del pass, […]
          Police working with Serbian officers to prepare for Red Star Belgrade visit to Liverpool after trouble in Paris      Cache   Translate Page      
Serbian side banned from selling tickets to Anfield game but travelling fans linked to claims of trouble after Paris match - from which they were also prohibited
          Gira 50 aniversario de JETHRO TULL      Cache   Translate Page      

La legendaria banda de rock clásico y progresivo, Jetrho Tull, cumplen 50 años de carrera, que se dice pronto. Y lo celebran con una gira muy especial que cuenta con dos fechas en España para inicios del próximo mes de noviembre en Madrid y Pamplona, de la mano de Madness Live, la organización del ya extinto Be Prog! My Friend. La gira por Europa pasará por Reino Unido, Suiza, Países Bajos, Francia, Bélgica, Alemania, Polonia Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia y Croacia, además de nuestro país. Comenzará el día 13 de Octubre y acabará el lunes 26 de noviembre. Los británicos Jethro Tull, liderados por […]

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          În anul 2017 nouă ţări din Europa Centrală şi Est au raportat creşteri ale insolvenţelor. Printre ele şi România      Cache   Translate Page      
Numărul global al insolvenţelor a crescut cu 6,4% în 2017, în Europa Centrală şi de Est, nouă ţări raportând un volum mai ridicat al insolvenţelor (Croaţia, Estonia, Ungaria, Lituania, Polonia, România, Rusia, Serbia şi Slovenia), conform unui comunicat al Coface, remis Agerpres. „Europa Centrală şi de Est s-a bucurat de o activitate economică îmbunătăţită în
          NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 - RT documentary      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Belgian police raid several soccer clubs in vast probe      Cache   Translate Page      

BRUSSELS (AP) — A massive corruption scandal engulfed Belgian soccer on Wednesday when authorities carried out 57 police raids in the country and around Europe in a probe into financial fraud and match-fixing. The federal prosecutor’s office said 44 raids were being held in Belgium and 13 more in France, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Montenegro, Serbia and […]
          Nemanja Matic Suffers Injury Doubt for Clash Against Chelsea      Cache   Translate Page      

Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has suffered an unspecified injury, and thus withdrawn from the Serbian National Team this international break. The 30-year-old will not participate in Serbia’s UEFA Nations League clashes against Montenegro and Romania, and thus is a doubt for October 20, when United play at his former club, Chelsea. Given that the […]

 

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          Novak Djokovic cruises through to the last 16 in Shanghai      Cache   Translate Page      
The Serbian last won the tournament in 2015.
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Novak Djokovic of Serbia serves Against Jeremy Chardy of France during their first-round singles match Tuesday At the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament. Djokovic won 6-3, 7-5.
          10/10/2018: SPORT: Thiem and Cilic exit as Djokovic marches on      Cache   Translate Page      

Novak Djokovic made an efficient start to his Shanghai Masters campaign yesterday with a 6-3, 7-5 second round win over Frenchman Jeremy Chardy. The Serbian second seed, handed a first-round bye, was too strong for world No 41 Chardy, facing no break...
          Investigación en el fútbol belga por presunto fraude y amaño de partidos      Cache   Translate Page      
La justicia belga ha iniciado una investigación sobre presuntos partidos amañados, fraude y blanqueo de dinero en una decena de clubes de fútbol, entre ellos el Anderlecht, el Brujas, el Genk o el Standard, en una operación coordinada por la justicia europea que afecta a otros seis países. Según informó hoy la Fiscalía federal belga, un total de 44 registros se efectuaron esta mañana en todo el país, y, a petición del juez de instrucción, otros 13 en Francia, Luxemburgo, Chipre, Montenegro, Serbia y Macedonia, coordinados por Eurojust, el órgano de cooperación judicial de la Unión Europea (UE). Un total de 184 policías belgas y 36 extranjeros participan en la operación, detalló la fiscalía en un comunicado, en el que explicó que la investigación arrancó a finales de 2017, a raíz de un informe de la Unidad de Fraudes deportivos de la policía federal que indicaba transacciones sospechosas en la primera división de fútbol belga. Las transacciones habrían sido realizadas por agentes de jugadores, según la fiscalía, que habrían ocultado comisiones en el traspaso de jugadores y en el salario de jugadores, entrenadores y otros pagos. Según el diario belga 'Le Soir', entre los interrogados se encuentra uno de los agentes más influyentes del fútbol belga, Mogi Bayat, ex dirigente del Sporting Charleroi, así como el exdirigente del Anderlecht, Herman Van Holsbeeck, y el actual entrenador del Brujas, Ivan Leko. La fiscalía también cita una presunta "influencia" en los partidos de la temporada 2017-2018. «La investigación judicial se refiere a actividades en el contexto de una organización criminal, lavado de dinero y corrupción privada», agregó. En el marco de esta operación la policía ha requisado una serie de documentos y ha efectuado registros en la residencia de responsables de clubes, agentes, árbitros, un abogado, una oficina de contabilidad, un entrenador, periodistas y «eventuales cómplices», añade el comunicado.
          راهنمای سفر به شهرهای خاصی که باید در پاییز ببینید      Cache   Translate Page      

وقتی فصل تغییر می‌کند، شما هم می‌توانید برنامه های جدیدی برای خودتان تنظیم کنید. یکی ازمهم ترین برنامه‌ها می‌تواند سفر باشد. سفر به مقاصد گردشگری جذاب که شاید در فصل‌های دیگر کمی گران باشند، اما در این فصل با قیمت مناسب ارائه شده باشند. به فهرست بهترین مقاصد گردشگری نگاهی بیاندازید و با مناسب‌ترین آنها همراه شوید.

سفر به دنیای موسیقی و فرهنگ اروپایی با تور صربستان

سفر با تور صربستان ، سفری اروپایی است که با ورود به بلگراد، شهری زیبا در کنار دانوب شروع می‌شود و حسابی به شما خوش می‌گذرد. بلگراد یکی از شهرهای صمیمی شبیه به استانبول است. هم در قسمت‌های تاریخی لذت می‌برید و هم به بخش‌های مدرن می‌رسید.

سفر به دنیای موسیقی و فرهنگ اروپایی با تور صربستان

پیاده‌روی بر روی سنگفرش‌های خیابان و تماشای کلیساهای زیبا را از دست ندهید و به بهترین کافه‌های بلگراد سر بزنید. در هر خیابانی از این منطقه که بروید دست کم یک کافه وجود دارد که گروهی در کنار آن موسیقی می‌زنند و گروهی دیگر پایکوبی می‌کنند حتما زمانی را در آنجا بگذرانید و از معاشرت با مردم لذت ببرید. کیک بخورید و یا ساندویچ‌های محلی به همراه نوشیدنی خنک سفارش دهید و با مردم شهر گفت‌وگو کنید.

یکی از دیدنی‌های بلگراد، معماری‌های شگفت انگیز شهر است. یکی از مشهورترین آنها ساختمانی است که اولین زن معمار صربستان ساخته است. بنابراین با کمک راهنمای فارسی زبان آژانس مقتدر سیر حتما فرصتی بگذارید و یکی از بهترین کارهای او که  کلیسای سنت الکساندر نوسکی است را ببینید و با نبوغ و تلاش این زن صرب از نزدیک آشنا شوید.

فرصت خوبی است که صربستان را در پاییز و در آرامش ببینید و اسیر زیبایی‌های رنگارنگ آن شوید. پس به وب سایت مقتدر سیر سر بزنید و تور خود را انتخاب کنید.

اقامت در بوتیک هتل‌های ساده و ارزان با تور باکو

تور باکو، سفری بسیار ساده و ارزان است که شما را به شهری با فرهنگی بسیار نزدیک به ایران می‌رساند و با امکانات و هنری روبه‌رو می‌کند که به چشم شما آشنا و دلنشین می‌آید. اتفاقا اینجا جایی است که علاوه بر ارزانی و مقرون به صرفه بودن به شما حق انتخاب‌های مختلفی می‌دهد. می‌توانید در اقامتگاه‌های ساده‌ای بمانید که از هر هتلی برای شما جذاب‌تر و دلنشین‌تر هستند.

بوتیک هتل‌ها از همین دست انتخاب‌هاست که اتفاقا در پاییز طلایی آذربایجان بسیار ارزان‌تر هم قیمت‌گذاری می‌شوند و انتخاب خوبی برای مسافران به نظر می‌رسند. بوتیک هتل پسیج که در یک ساختمان تاریخی و لوکس درست در مرکز شهر است، یکی از مشهورترین آنهاست، که فاصله‌ی ۱۰ دقیقه‌ای آن با میدان فواره و ایچری که از مهم‌ترین جاذبه‌های گردشگری باکو هستند مورد توجه توریست‌هاست. این بوتیک هتل در میان توریست‌ها بسیار محبوب است و در نظرسنجی از همه‌ی آنها رتبه‌ی یک را به‌دست آورده است.

باکو دیدنی‌های هنری و فرهنگی بسیاری دارد که شما باید برای تماشای آنها برنامه‌ریزی کنید. مثل همه‌ی مقاصد توریستی موزه ملی آذربایجان از مهم‌ترین مراکز دیدنی شهر است. ساختمانی به سبک ایتالیایی زمان رنسانس که بیش از ۳۰۰ هزار قطعه اثر هنری را در خود جای داده است.

در فهرست برنامه‌هایتان حتما به بازارهای سنتی باکو هم سر بزنید و با مردم محلی معاشرت کنید واز سادگی و مهربانی آنها لذت ببرید. بنابراین حتما به «تازه بازار باکو» سر بزنید. این بازار بزرگ‌ترین بازار باکو است که به گفته محلی‌ها قدمتش به بیش از ۷۰ سال پیش بر می‌گردد، یعنی از زمان اتحادیه شوروی سابق تا امروز پا برجا مانده است.

سفر به باکو نیازی به ویزا ندارد و شما کافی است با نگاهی به وب سایت مقتدر سیر،‌بهترین برنامه‌ی سفر را انتخاب کنید و برای تعطیلات مسافر تور باکو شوید.

رویارویی با فرهنگی هزار ساله‌ی آسیایی با تور چین

تور چین ، رویارویی با عجایب گردشگری دنیاست. شما در واقع به یکی از مهم‌ترین نماد فرهنگ آسیا و البته مدرن‌ترین شهرهای این قاره وراد می‌شوید. پکن که ابتدایی‌ترین مقصد شما برای سفر است. شهری است با دیدنی‌های فراوان که اگر هر روز را به‌خوبی برای این سفر برنامه‌ریزی نکنید ممکن است در انتها فرصت کافی برای دیدن جذابیت‌های هنری، فرهنگی و تاریخی‌اش به‌دست نیاورید.

رویارویی با فرهنگی هزار ساله‌ی آسیایی با تور چین

حتما تماشای دیوار بزرگ چین که اصلی‌ترین برنامه‌ی سفر شماست را از دست ندهید. اگر مسافر آژانس مقتدر سیر باشید به همراه راهنمای فارسی زبان در بهترین زمان و در خوشگل‌ترین روزهای طلایی پاییز راهی این شگفتی معماری و تاریخی دنیا می‌شوید و از بالای آن بهترین و جاودانه‌ترین تصاویر سفرتان را ثبت می‌کنید. البته چون این دیوار ۸۸۵۱ کیلومتر طول دارد، باید تصمیم بگیرید از کدام بخش آن بازدید کنید. یکی از مهم‌ترین بخش‌های این دیوار Badaling است در این قسمت یک تله کابین وجود دارد که امکان بازدید از دیوار چین با نمای پانوراما را برای گردشگران فراهم می‌کند و زیباترین مناظر از جنگل‌های انبوه و کوه‌های سر در مه از همون زاویه دیده می‌شود.

میدان تیانانمن و شهر ممنوعه هم از دیگر جذابیت‌های پکن است که نباید از قلم بیاندازید. اینجا دنیای هتل‌های لوکس و ۵ستاره است. شما در فصل پاییز با قیمتی متفاوت و ارزان‌تر از فصل‌های شاوغ می‌توانید این هتل‌ها را انتخاب کنید و اقامتی جالب و دوست‌داشتنی را در آنها داشته باشید.

مقصد بعدی شانگهای است که شما واردی دنیایی مدرن و پر از آسمانخراش‌های بلند و برج‌های شیشه‌ای سر به فلک کشیده می‌شوید. یکی از بزرگترین نشانه‌های این شهر که اتفاقا از جاذبه‌های گردشگری هم هست، مرکز تفریحی «بوند» است

بوند، احتمالا برای ساکنان شهر اصلا جذاب نیست، اما برای گردشگران دیدنی و تماشایی است چرا که درست در سمت چپ اسکله این مرکز تفریحی، ساختمان‌های قدیمی اروپایی شانگهای به جا مانده از دوران استثمار قرار گرفته و در سمت راست آسمان‌خراش‌های بلند.

نماد این شهر طلوع خورشید جذابی دارد که معمولا عکس‌های آن کارت پستال‌های معروفی از چین است. شما برای سفر به چین پس از ارایه مدارک به کارشناس‌های آژانس مقتدر سیر برای اخذ ویزای چین می‌توانید تور پکن را به تنهایی و یا تورهای ترکیبی چین را انتخاب کنید و مسافر آن شوید.

تفریح و خوشگذارانی در قدیمی‌ترین بندر ترکیه با تور کوش آداسی

مسافر تور کوش آداسی شدن، یعنی استراحت و آٰرامشی تابستانی در پاییز. همین که به این بندر جذاب و دیدنی می‌رسید باید بدانید که به یکی از مشهورترین شهرهای ترکیه قدم گذاشته‌اید که در تاریخ ترکیه از اولین مراکز شهرنشینی آن یاد می‌شود. بناهای تاریخی با قدمت ۵۰۰۰ ساله‌ای در کناره‌ی بندر دیده می‌شود که تماشای آن برای هر گردشگری جذاب است.

اما واقعیت این است که شما که مسافر پاییز کوش آداسی هستید، پیش از تماشای این بناهای تاریخی میهمان لوکس‌ترین هتل‌های چهار ستاره و یا پنج ستاره‌ای می‌شوید که امکانات و تجهیزات جذاب آنها برای سرگرمی و تفریج دل شما را برده است.

در پاییز قیمت‌ها شکسته می‌شود و شما می‌توانید با مقرون به صرفه‌ترین هزینه‌ی سفر میهمان لوکس‌ترین هتل‌های کوس آداشی شوید. اصلا از تغییرات دمایی در پاییز دلهره نداشته باشید. چرا که تجهیزات گرامیشی در این هتل‌ها آنقدر پیشرفته است که شما می‌توانید از امکانات آبی و ورزش‌های و سرگرمی‌های ساحلی آنها همانند تابستان استفاده کنید.

این فصل، زمان خوبی هم برای خرید است. به مرکز خرید اسکلا نووا بروید و بعد از تماشای فروشگاه‌های مشهور و پرطرفدار برندهای اروپایی و آمریکایی، از حراجی‌های آنها خرید کند. فراموش نکنید در طبقات بالای آن منظره‌ی دریا و غروب خورشید را هم تماشا کنید.

البته اگر از خرید لذت نمی‌برید وقتی را برای پیاده‌روی در اسکله بگذارید و بعد از لذت بردن از هوای مرطوب و خنک در کافه‌های ساحلی با نوشیدنی خنک و با قهره به همراه باقلوای ترکی پذیرایی کنید.

سفر به کوش آداسی ساده است، کافی است چمدان ببندید و با برنامه‌های تور کوش آداسی مقتدر سیر هماهنگ شوید.

سفری لوکس در ناشناخته‌ترین مقصد گردشگری با تور ویتنام

ویتنام کشوری است که به تازگی راه‌های ورود به آن باز شده است و گردشگران مشتاق به سوی آن حرکت کرده‌اند. اینجا مقصدی ویژه‌ای برای گردشگران اروپایی است و لذت اقامت و استراحت در ساحل‌های آنها بسیار جذاب و شنیدنی است.

سفری لوکس در ناشناخته‌ترین مقصد گردشگری با تور ویتنام

انتخاب سفر به ویتنام در فصل پاییز هم هوشمندانه است، چرا که هوای گرم و معتدل آن در این روزها دلنشین‌تر است و امکان استفاده از سرگرمی‌ها و ورزش‌های آبی را بیشتر می‌کند. در حقیقت شما در فصل پاییز تصمیم می‌گیرید که تور لوکس و لاکچری را تجربه کنید که شاید این امکان در فصل‌های پرطرفدار و شلوغ وجود نداشته باشد.

سفر به ویتنام سفری لوکس است،‌چون شما در لوکس‌ترین هتل‌های چهارستاره و یا پنج ستاره مقیم می‌شوید و حتی می‌توانید در برخی از برنامه‌های تور مقتدر سیر یک‌ شب را در کشتی کروز با امکانات و خدمات لوکس و لاکچری اقامت کنید.

فراموش نکنید که تجربه‌ای بی‌نظیر برای پاییزتان می‌سازید و شاید دیگر تکرار نشدنی باشد. البته نگران نباشید اگر هم خیلی به سفری لوکس و اقامت در کشتی کروز علاقمند نیستید می‌توانید با راهنمای فارسی زبان آژانس همراه باشید و در «هوشی مین» مهم‌ترین و تاثیرگذارترین شهر این کشور از جاذبه‌های گردشگری آن دیدن کنید. بقایای مانده از معماری گذشته و دوران استعمار، تا تلاش برای استقلال و خودکفایی به خوبی به یادگار مانده و بسیار هم دیدنی است.

می‌توانید با کمک کارشناس‌های آژانس مقتدر سیر مدارک اخذ ویزای ویتنام را جمع‌آوری و پس از دریافت آن برای سفر با تور ویتنام برنامه‌ریزی کنید.

منبع : ویرلن

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El uruguayo Gustavo Matosas fue nombrado el martes como el nuevo técnico de Costa Rica, encargado de darle su tercera clasificación consecutiva a una Copa del Mundo en la cita de Catar de 2022.

Matosas, de 51 años, tendrá en Costa Rica su primera experiencia al mando de una selección nacional, tras hacer carrera como técnico en clubes de Uruguay, Perú, México, Arabia Saudita, Paraguay y Argentina.

"Esto es un gran honor para mí representar a un país como Costa Rica, es un gran desafío, maravilloso desafío. Todo esto me entusiasma como si fuera mi propio país mi propio país", dijo Matosas en conferencia de prensa junto al presidente de la Federación Costarricense de Fútbol, Rodolfo Villalobos.

El nuevo técnico iniciará su contrato a partir del 2 de enero de 2019, pero Villalobos confirmó que Matosas presenciará los partidos amistosos que jugará Costa Rica este ante México y Colombia, así como los fogueos de noviembre frente a Perú y Chile, que quedarán a cargo del técnico interino Ronald González.

"Lo que voy a hacer es una labor de observación, para ir conociendo el rendimiento de los jugadores, sacar mis anotaciones internas y seguramente con el técnico interno vamos a charlar", dijo Matosas. "Ya lo comenzamos a hacer ayer con los entrenadores de las diferentes categorías, para ir conociendo por dentro más a la selección".

Como técnico, Matosas ganó un título de liga en Uruguay con Danubio en 2007. También conquistó dos títulos de la liga mexicana con León en 2013 y 2014 y ganó la Liga de Campeones de la Concacaf con el América en 2015.

Bajo la conducción de Oscar Ramírez fue eliminado a las primeras de cambio en el reciente Mundial de Rusia. Cuatro años antes, con el colombiano Jorge Luis Pintos, los ticos lograron su mejor actuación histórica al avanzar a los cuartos de final en Brasil 2014.

Entre los pendientes que tiene Matosas está la definición de quién será su asistente, y prefirió no adelantar criterio sobre la posibilidad de que el también uruguayo Martín Arriola, actual técnico del Cartaginés de la liga local, lo acompañe en el banquillo.

Matosas se dijo "muy agradecido" con Costa Rica por darle esta primera oportunidad de dirigir una selección y aseguró que optó por la selección costarricense pues "el dinero no lo es todo" y le anima la posibilidad de dirigir un equipo en un Mundial.

"Uno a lo largo de su vida como entrenador va construyendo sueños, yo sueño con llegar a un Mundial. Hoy estoy un paso más cerca, pero sobre todo la idea del proyecto deportivo, llena muchísimo", añadió. "Si hay un lugar con buenos jugadores, con buen pie, aguerridos, es Costa Rica. ¿Tenés idea de lo que debe ser dirigir un mundial? A mí me encantaría".

Matosas describió su estilo de juego como "enfocado en la portería rival" y aseguró que trabajará en visitar los estadios de la primera división costarricense para conocer mejor a sus jugadores, aunque indicó que sus experiencias con equipos mexicanos le permitieron conocer mucho del material humano disponible.

Gustavo Matosas llega a ocupar el lugar que dejó el técnico Oscar Ramírez tras la participación del equipo costarricense en la Copa del Mundo Rusia 2018, donde los "ticos" no pasaron de la primera ronda en el grupo que integraban con Brasil, Serbia y Suiza.

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          2018/19 Premier League: Review So Far      Cache   Translate Page      
Week Seven Preview

How does each Premier League team look heading into the second international break of the season? We take a look:

City to get stronger with the return of de Bruyne
City haven’t looked their fluent best over the last few weeks and still sit atop the standings on goal difference. This tells you everything you need to know about their status as league favourites. Frighteningly enough, they haven’t really hit top gear yet and have still outscored everyone in the division as well as having the joint best defensive record. Kevin de Bruyne’s imminent return from injury could very well take them to another level entirely.

Star so far: Sergio Agüero
Despite many thinking that the Argentinian hasn’t quite lived up to expectations this season, consider the fact that he’s banged in five goals and claimed two assists. ‘Nuff said.

Chelsea firing under Sarri
Chelsea will be quietly confident heading into the festive period. Mauricio Sarri is under no real pressure to play his strongest XI in the Europa League which has allowed him to focus solely on the league. Jorginho has been a revelation since arriving from Napoli in the summer and sits comfortably at the top the completed passes standings on 853. Aymeric Laporte is second on 742.

Star so far: Eden Hazard
The little Belgian is easily the best player in the league at the moment and is courting very serious attention from struggling Real Madrid as a result. He’s been directly involved in 10 goals this season, scoring seven and assisting three.

Liverpool’s front three a cause for concern
Liverpool appear to have done a full 180 after last season. Their front three – Sadio Mane, Firmino and Mo Salah – have struggled to find the back of the net with any sort of consistency in the new campaign. Meanwhile, their defence has only conceded three goals in eight league outings – the joint best record in the league. That said, Jurgen Klopp’s men have just come out of a hellish run of fixtures which saw them face Chelsea twice, PSG, Napoli and Manchester City.

Star so far: Virgil van Dijk
Plenty of pundits and fans scoffed at the Dutch centre-half’s massive price tag, but he has repaid the faith shown in him by Klopp ten-fold. Still disagree? Consider the fact that Alisson hasn’t really been tested at all this season.

Arsenal fancy top four chances
The Gunners have been brilliant of late on the surface. Their front two appear to be scoring freely while the comically bad defending that was a hallmark of the side under Arsene Wenger’s later years appears to be a thing of the past. Still, you can’t help but think that some matches they’ve recently won against fodder like Cardiff, Newcastle and Watford could easily have ended in draws… or worse. There’s definitely still something of a soft underbelly to this side, but they’re certainly stronger under Unai Emery than they were under his French predecessor.

Star so far: Alexandre Lacazette
It seems obscene that Arsenal were seemingly willing to cut their losses on the French star last season. He’s really come to life in this campaign under Emery, finding the back of the net four times and assisting twice. Who can forget the absolute peach of a goal he scored against Everton a few weeks ago – more of that please!

The real test is yet to come for Spurs
Mauricio Pochettino can consider himself lucky that Tottenham’s mini injury crisis came at a time when they had to deal with fixtures against Brighton, Huddersfield and Cardiff City. They still had to win those games, however, and did so albeit in unconvincing fashion. Doing so, they’ve kept themselves in the title mix, although, a real title push will more than likely prove a bridge too far. The international break will definitely be welcomed in North London.

Star so far: Mauricio Pochettino 
Yes, his penchant for leaving substitutions too late when his side are in a losing position is a problem, but he really has been fantastic this season. Don’t believe for a minute that he was happy with the board’s decision not to seriously pursue any of his transfer targets, along with the stress that came with the balls up that is the New White Hart Lane. Poch has taken all on the chin, made minimal fuss in front of the press and has got on with the job at hand. Jose Mourinho should take notes.

Eddie Howe: The miracle worker
Another man Mourinho can take notes from is Eddie Howe. The young Englishman has guided Bournemouth to sixth on the standings after eight games and can hold his head up high. His bright young squad have bought into his philosophy and play an attractive brand of football. This is all good and well when they smash teams like Watford 4-0 away from home, but can also prove to be a problem when goal-shy Burnley put four unanswered goals past them.

Star so far: Callum Wilson
The pacey Englishman has been a delight to watch this season and can consider himself extremely unlucky to be left out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad. How Danny Welbeck – who features sporadically at best for Arsenal – gets picked ahead of Bournemouth’s three-goal and four-assist talisman is beyond me.

Wolves putting the Midlands back on the football map
With traditional Midlands giants Aston Villa, West Brom and Birmingham City all plying their trade in the Championship, Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves – with the help of a couple of Portuguese internationals – have been tearing up the Premier League. They’ve blown smaller teams out of the water and managed to take points off the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United. Let’s hope they carry on where they left off after the international break.

Star so far: Raul Jimenez
The Mexican swapped Benfica for Wolves at the start of the season in a loan move and hasn’t looked back. He’s Wolves’ top assist-maker (3) and top scorer (2) so far this season and looks to be the complete package up front.

Watford crash back down to earth
The Hornets made a blistering start to their 2018/19 campaign with whispers of a potential Leicester City-esque feat on the cards. Those whispers have been hushed altogether after recent league defeats against Manchester United, Arsenal and Bournemouth. The international break came at the perfect time for Javi Garcia’s men, who will use the time to regroup before going again in two weeks.

Star so far: Jose Holebas
This was probably one of the more difficult ones to call, but Holebas just shades it. The Greek international has been brilliant this season, claiming four assists and a goal from - all the more impressive when you consider he plays as a fullback.

Something has to give at Old Trafford 
To say that Manchester United are in crisis is an understatement. Yes, they managed to claw their way back from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle 3-2 at Old Trafford last week. But a team brimming with this much talent should never have been in that position in the first place, especially against the worst Newcastle team we've seen in years. Dropped points against Brighton, West Ham, Tottenham and Wolves see the fallen giants of English football languishing in eighth place. Oh, and only the bottom three have poorer defensive records this season. Let’s not even get started on the dog show that is Mourinho vs the players/press/board/fans.

Star so far: Luke Shaw
Having seemingly been frozen out by Mourinho on several occasions, the rotund left-back has been a picture of consistency this season. The former Southampton man has exuded professionalism where others in the club have made veiled attacks on management/players in the press.

Leicester ambling toward mid-table mediocracy
That title-winning campaign of 2016/17 seems a distant memory now for the Foxes. They’re certainly safe from relegation but don’t really seem to be good enough to compete for the European places. As much is evidenced in their position on the log. Three of their four wins have come against teams in the bottom quarter of the table. Interesting times ahead.

Star so far: James Maddison
Maddison has made the step up from the Championship with ease and has earned himself an England call-up for his efforts. He’s notched two goals and three assists so far this season and looks well on his way to stardom.

Stagnant Toffees searching for rhythm
Everton fans have been left frustrated with yet another disappointing league start. Their position on the table (11th) looks far worse when you consider that they’ve only played one team in the top six so far. This is simply not good enough for a squad that has been invested in so heavily over the past two seasons.

Star so far: Gylfi Sigurdsson
This award would have gone to Richarlison but for his stupid red card against Bournemouth. The Icelandic international has been in sublime form this season bagging four goals and an assist. His delightful Cruyff Turn and subsequent piledriver against Leicester is definitely an early contender for goal of the season.

Burnley finding their feet
Burnley dealt with a terrible start to the season as Sean Dyche’s men struggled to balance Europa League commitments with their domestic efforts. Fortunately, elimination from Europe in the qualifying stages has seen the side experience an upturn in fortunes. They’ve picked up seven points from their last three games and appear to be on the mend.

Star so far: Johann Berg Gudmundsson
The Icelandic midfielder has enjoyed a fine start to the campaign and is clearly relishing pulling the strings in the midfield. He’s bagged four assists this season and found the net on one occasion.

Plenty to smile about for Brighton fans
Yes they’re 13th on the standings, but they’ve already dealt with Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester United. So eight points in eight games is hardly the worst record in the world. They will, however, be required to start picking up points now going forward they face off against the division’s smaller teams.

Star so far: Glenn Murray
Glenn Murray has been sensational this season, scoring five goals in the first eight matches of the season. He’s shone brighter than some of his more technically gifted teammates – we’re looking at you Anthony Knockaert and Pascal Groß. He’s certainly one who’ll be on Gareth Southgate’s radar for the next few months- especially if there are injuries to some of the younger forwards.

Eagles yet to get off the ground
Crystal Palace fans ought to be pretty worried about their survival chances off the back of early-season results. They’ve not really had to deal with any of the top sides with the exception of Liverpool. Furthermore, they’ve only managed five goals in eight matches and have a very tough run of league fixtures after the international break which reads: Everton, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United.

Star so far: Wilfried Zaha
It comes as no surprise that Zaha has been Palace’s best performer. The winger recently signed a new deal at the club but will almost certainly leave for a bigger side at the end of the season. He’s been involved in four of Palace’s five league goals this season, scoring three and assisting one.

West Ham have put their slow start behind them
There were massive question marks surrounding Manuel Pellegrini after the Hammers lost their first four games of the season. Since their 1-0 defeat against Wolves in mid-September, they’ve managed wins against Everton, Manchester United as well as a draw against Chelsea. This run was soured somewhat by a 1-0 away defeat against Brighton, but things certainly are looking up.

Star so far: Marko Arnautovic
The Austrian is one of two or three truly world class players on the books at West Ham. The big centre-forward has outshone them all, though scoring four goals and bagging an assist. His goals could well see the Hammers pushing of a Europa League spot come the end of the season.

Saints sleep-walking toward relegation
Southampton have not been good this season and might just survive relegation because Huddersfield, Newcastle and Cardiff are so much worse off. Mark Hughes has battled to get the best out of a squad that has consistently had its best players sold over the last few seasons – a boardroom tactic that appears to have badly affected the results on the pitch.

Star so far: Danny Ings
The one bright light in an otherwise poor squad has been Danny Ings. The centre-forward, who is on loan from Liverpool, has been relishing the playing time that he simply wasn’t afforded on Merseyside. He’s banged in three goals this season and is well on his way to resurrecting a career that appeared to be stagnating.

Fulham struggling despite encouraging summer
The Cottagers spent just under 100 million pounds in the summer bringing in the likes of Jean Michael Seri, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Alfie Mawson as well as securing to players like Andre Schurrle on loan. So far it just hasn’t clicked with the side leaking goals at an alarming rate. They were hammered 5-1 at home by Arsenal just before the international break. Something has to change.

Star so far: Aleksandar Mitrovic
The big Serbian looks a new player since leaving Newcastle in the summer. He appears to have reined in his temper to some extent and has bagged five goals. A proper old-school number 9, he’ll bully plenty of centre-halves this season and should get upward of 15 goals if he can stay injury-free.

Terriers lacking bite
It was always going to be difficult to repeat the heroics of last season, but David Wagner won’t want his Terriers to go back down into the Championship with little more than a whimper. They continue to drop points against teams like Cardiff and Crystal Palace while getting rolled over by the Manchester Cities of the league. Relegation looks almost certain.

Star so far: Philip Billing
The young Danish midfielder has been Terrier-like (haha) in his performances this season doing his best to shield a back four who look all at sea at the minute. He’s completed more tackles per game than any of his teammates and sits third in terms of interceptions which highlights to excellent work he’s doing. Oh, he’s also scored one of their four goals.

Newcastle staring down the barrel
It’s pretty sad to see the state that Newcastle United finds itself in, although it’s hardly surprising when you consider the lack of investment from Mike Ashley. They’ve got world class supporters, world-class facilities and a manager who has done it all, but they simply can’t compete with such a bang average squad.

Star so far: Jonjo Shelvey
The former Liverpool midfielder – alongside Jamaal Lascelles – is probably the only player who looks completely at home in this division. On average, he’s completed 52.6 passes per game (20 more than the next best Newcastle player. He’s also averaged 2.6 key passes per game. His creativity and tenacity will be needed if Newcastle are to avoid the drop to the Championship.

No surprises at the bottom of the pile
The most memorable thing to come out of Cardiff City’s season so far were Neil Warnock’s comments about Sol Bamba being a better player than Virgil van Dijk. Warnock’s charges have only managed to find the back of the net four times in eight games and have conceded 17 times. They’re currently 2/9 favourites to be relegated which should tell you everything you need to know.

Star so far: Sol Bamba
The big Ivorian has probably been the pick of Cardiff’s players so far. He’s no van Dijk but he has provided a calming influence at times. There also isn’t really anyone else who has stood out at all to be honest.

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          Musulmanes provocan la elección de un títere de sus intereses como representante de los croatas en Bosnia      Cache   Translate Page      


(InfoCatólica) También fueron elegidos los diputados del parlamento nacional y los de las dos entidades que conforman este Estado, la Federación de Bosnia-Herzegovina y la República Serbia (Republika Srpska), así como los de otras entidades locales.

Como era de esperar, entre los serbios fue elegido con el 55% de los votos Milorad Dodik, hasta ahora Presidente de la República Srpska y defensor, a veces con tono muy violento, de la secesión de la entidad serbia de Bosnia-Herzegovina y su anexión a Serbia.

Entre los musulmanes, Šerif Džaferovic, candidato por el SDA (Stranka Demokratske Akcije - Partido de Acción Democrática) obtuvo el 37,17% de los votos, cuatro puntos por encima del socialdemócrata Denis Becirovic.

La elección del croata Željko Komšic, en vez Dragan Čovic, representante croata en la Presidencia durante los últimos cuatro años y apoyado por las autoridades políticas de la República de Croacia, ha causado una considerable controversia, ya que no ha sido elegido gracias a los votos de los croatas, sino de los musulmanes, implementando una estratagema permitida por la ley electoral y organizada por el SDA, que ya tuvo éxito en la legislatura del 2006 al 2010, consistente en hacer que una parte de sus simpatizantes voten a este representante croata de posiciones liberales, ateas, unitarias y anti-croatas, que son precisamente las mismas posiciones políticas de la SDA.

Lo cierto es que dicha medida ha dejado al pueblo croata de Bosnia sin un representante auténtico de sus intereses, lo cual pone en peligro claramente el difícil equilibrio no solo en el país bosnio, sino en todos los Balcanes. La abrumadora mayoría de croatas de Bosnia y Herzegovina nunca han ocultado su amor por su patria croata y la falta de simpatía por la entidad estatal en la que viven, sin embargo, la presencia de un «verdadero» croata en la institución estatal aseguró que los croatas implementaran la defensa de sus intereses como pueblo constitutivo de Bosnia-Herzegovina de manera legal y con un tono moderado. Todo lo contrario del serbio Dodik serbio, que ahora es uno de los miembros de la Presidencia, que siempre ha manifestado abiertamente, de manera radical, su desprecio por las instituciones políticas y judiciales de Bosnia-Herzegovina y su deseo de que la República Srpska se una a la patria serbia cuando las condiciones internacionales lo permiten.

El principal medio de comunicación bosnio-croata ha calificado de «gesto loco» que un títere de los musulmanes sea elegido como representante croata en la Presidencia, ya que puede exacerbar los ánimos y provocar un conflicto cada vez más abierto entre las instituciones locales en manos de los croatas en las áreas donde son mayoría, y el poder central en el que no están representados.

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          10/10/2018: SPORTS: THE JOKER’S OPENING VOLLEY      Cache   Translate Page      

Novak Djokovic of Serbia serves Against Jeremy Chardy of France during their first-round singles match Tuesday At the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament. Djokovic won 6-3, 7-5.
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          Haedar Hadiri Pertemuan Pemuka Agama Dunia di Kazakhstan      Cache   Translate Page      

MUHAMMADIYAH.OR.ID, KAZAKHSTAN – Ketua Umum Pimpinan Pusat Muhammadiyah, Haedar Nashir bersama Sekretaris Umum PP Muhammadiyah Abdul Mu’ti, dan Ketua Umum PP ‘Aisyiyah Siti Noordjannah Djohantini menghadiri VI Congress of the Leaders of World & Traditional Religions yang diselenggarakan di Kazakhsztan pada tanggal 10 hingga 11 Oktober 2018.

Dalam kesempatan itu, Haedar menyampaikan materi terkait Religion and Globalization:Challenges and Responses.

Kegiatan ini dihadiri 82 negara perwakilan, yang terdiri dari pemimpin organisasi agama Islam, Kristen, Hindu, serta perwakilan organisasi internasional, seperti Aliansi Peradaban PBB, OSCE , UNESCO.

Pertemuan ini membahas peran para pemimpin agama dalam menjaga dunia yang aman. Serta melibatkan pemangku agama dalam membangun kepercayaan dan saling menghormati, memerangi ekstremisme agama dan menciptakan dunia yang aman.

Pembukaan acara yang digelar di Atrium Hall the palace of peace and accord dan dihadiri presiden Kazakhsztan dan presiden Serbia Aleksandar Vučić.

          Double Cross: 1 of 4: The True Story of the D-Day Spies by Ben Macintyre      Cache   Translate Page      
AUTHOR. (Photo:A dummy Sherman tank United States Army - http://www.psywarrior.com/DeceptionH.html An inflatable "dummy" M4 Sherman. Permission details This image is a work of a U.S. Army soldier or employee, taken or made as part of that person's official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain.View more Public Domainview terms File:DummyShermanTank.jpg Created: During World War II ) http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Double Cross: 1 of 4: The True Story of the D-Day Spies by Ben Macintyre [](https://www.amazon.com/Double-Cross-Story-D-Day-Spies/dp/0307888754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=) [https://www.amazon.com/Double-Cross-Story-D-Day-Spies/dp/0307888754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=](https://www.amazon.com/Double-Cross-Story-D-Day-Spies/dp/0307888754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=) In Double Cross, New York Times bestselling author Ben Macintyre returns with the untold story of one of the greatest deceptions of World War II, and of the extraordinary spies who achieved it. On June 6, 1944, 150,000 Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy and suffered an astonishingly low rate of casualties. D-Day was a stunning military accomplishment, but it was also a masterpiece of trickery. Operation Fortitude, which protected and enabled the invasion, and the Double Cross system, which specialized in turning German spies into double agents, deceived the Nazis into believing that the Allies would attack at Calais and Norway rather than Normandy. It was the most sophisticated and successful deception operation ever carried out, ensuring Allied victory at the most pivotal point in the war.  This epic event has never before been told from the perspective of the key individuals in the Double Cross system, until now. These include its director (a brilliant, urbane intelligence officer), a colorful assortment of MI5 handlers (as well as their counterparts in Nazi intelligence), and the five spies who formed Double Cross’s nucleus: a dashing Serbian playboy, a Polish fighter-pilot, a bisexual Peruvian party girl, a deeply eccentric Spaniard, and a volatile Frenchwoman. The D-Day spies were, without question, one of the oddest military units ever assembled, and their success depended on the delicate, dubious relationship between spy and spymaster, both German and British. Their enterprise was saved from catastrophe by a shadowy sixth spy whose heroic sacrifice is revealed here for the first time. With the same depth of research, eye for the absurd and masterful storytelling that have made Ben Macintyre an international bestseller, Double Cross is a captivating narrative of the spies who wove a web so intricate it ensnared Hitler’s army and carried thousands of D-Day troops across the Channel in safety.
          Ibiza Clubbing Vol. 3 (2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Ibiza Clubbing Vol. 3 (2018)

Serbias beloved DJ duo Wise D & Kobe return to Great Stuff with another wall shaking three-track release named Bandit Folk. Dance classic Rapture performed by the wonderful Nadia Ali and gave it his funky, pumping signature sound. Keep Movin, which is a firm and sweeping tech house track with wiggling bass and raving pads. The classic house groove keeps things moving skyward and the reverb and delay rinsed vocal snippets bring the fun. The Deepshakerz are coming in hot. Their title track Changes is a peak time house banger of a track with a driving kick and rolling bassline mixed with vocal chops in all of the right places. The tracks smooth build-ups were created just perfectly to inject loads of energy, while the engaging grooves keep the feet moving.

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          Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh and the Path to Neoliberal Fascism      Cache   Translate Page      
Even in the darkest of times we have the right to some illumination. -- Hannah Arendt

The threads of a general political and ideological crisis run deep in American history, and with each tweet and policy decision Donald Trump pushes the United States closer to a full-fledged fascist state. His words sting, but his policies can kill people. Trump’s endless racist taunts, dehumanizing expressions of misogyny, relentless attacks on all provisions of the social state and ongoing contempt for the rule of law serve to normalize a creeping fascist politics. Moreover, his criminogenic disdain for any viable sense of civic and moral responsibility gives new meaning to an ethos of selfishness and a culture of cruelty, if not terror, that has run amok. Yet it is becoming more difficult for the mainstream media and pundits to talk about fascism as a looming threat in the United States in spite of the fact that, as Michelle Goldberg observes, for some groups, such as "undocumented immigrants, it's already here.”

The smell of death is everywhere under this administration. The erosion of public values and the rule of law is now accompanied by a developing state of emergency with regards to a looming global environmental catastrophe. An ecological disaster due to human-caused climate change has accelerated under the Trump administration and appears imminent.  Trump’s ongoing attempt to pollute the planet through his rollback of environmental protections will result in the deaths of thousands of children who suffer from asthma and other lung problems. Moreover, his privatized and punitive approach to health care will shorten the lives of millions of poor people, uninsured youth, undocumented immigrants, the unemployed and the elderly.  His get-tough "law and order" policies will result in more police violence against blacks while his support for the arms industry, military budget and gun laws will accelerate the death of the marginalized both at home and abroad. Under the Trump regime all bets are off regarding the sustainability of democracy.

The appointment of Brett Kavanaugh, a right-wing ideologue, to the U.S. Supreme Court, in spite of allegations of sexually assaulting at least two women, further reveals both the dangerous politicization of the judicial nomination process and the authoritarian politics that now dominate American society. The control of the court by ideological fundamentalists has been a long-sought goal of Republican Party extremists. And now the American people, especially women, the poor and people of color, will pay a terrible price for Kavanaugh’s appointment. The Kavanaugh affair is a symptom of the deeper roots of a fascist politics at work in American society. Kavanaugh is not only a blatant symbol of a toxic masculinity, he is also emblematic of a boisterous and unchecked expression of ruling-class white privilege. This is especially true given the racist double standard that characterizes America’s justice system. As Amanda Klonsky put it in the Chicago Sun Times:

Why does Judge Brett Kavanaugh, accused of sexual assault, feel entitled to a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court of the United States, while my formerly incarcerated students — often jailed for crimes like battery from fistfights — are left unemployed, sometimes for life, banned from even the most entry-level work? That Kavanaugh is under consideration for appointment to the Supreme Court at all throws the racist double standard in our justice system into sharp relief. There is one standard of behavior for African-American and Latinx young people, who are harshly punished for crimes in adolescence, and quite another for wealthy white boys, who can be accused of sexual assault and still go on to be nominated to serve on the most important court in the world.

Kavanaugh perfectly aligns with Trump’s racism and his decisions on matters of civil rights and racial justice will more than likely further reproduce a long legacy of white racism and state violence in the United States. This is especially tragic and ominous given that Trump’s contempt for people of color appears boundless and legitimates the notion of whiteness as a site of terror. He slanders and humiliates black athletes, black women and any other person of color who calls him on his racism and white supremacist views. Moreover, his thuggery in support of police brutality and mass incarceration further accelerates the growth of a racialized carceral state.

Most recently, in a brutish and deeply troubling display of misogyny, Trump viciously mocked the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of a sexual assault.  Drawing laughter and shouts from a crowd in Southaven, Mississippi, Trump went further, following up his vile remarks by stating that men were the real victims of the #MeToo movement because they were being unfairly accused of sexual harassment, and that many males would lose their jobs. It is hard to miss the irony of this statement coming from a man who has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 22 women and has been caught on tape bragging about grabbing women by the crotch. What is worth noting here is not only his indifference to the shocking levels violence waged against women but also the degree to which misogyny has always been endemic to fascist politics.

While it is easy for the mainstream press to go after those politicians who remain silent in the face of Trump’s sexism and racism, there is little interest in situating his misogyny and white supremacy within a neoliberal fascist politics that is aligned with neo-Nazis, white nationalists and other militant groups who argue for racial cleansing and increasingly commit violent acts against people of color who oppose their views. Trump’s politics are endlessly whitewashed in the mainstream media, which too often views his policy decisions more as the infantilized outbursts of an impetuous tweeting teenage bully rather than as a shock and threat to the laws and values that constitute a democracy currently in peril. The mainstream press argues that Trump’s rhetoric is divisive, humiliating and hateful, but rarely is it associated with the rhetoric of fascist politics or for that matter with the power of moneyed interests of the financial elite.

This evasion is all the more frightening since Trump, not to mention most of his critics, seem unaware of the accumulated terror unleashed by past fascists. Trump appears reckless when implementing policies that echo faintly the genocidal practices used by Nazis in their concentration camps, such as separating children from their undocumented parents and putting both in caged prisons. While Trump has not gassed tens of thousands of children as Hitler did, putting children in cages suggests crossing a moral and political line that opens the door to even more extreme forms of barbarism. -At the same time, his anti-democratic proclivities are on display almost every day. For instance, Trump’s open infatuation with demagogues such as Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un is matched only by his consistent vilification of America’s democratic allies. One clear cut example is his ludicrous claim that trade wars with Canada are justified because Canada represents a threat to America’s national security. The latter is uttered at the same time that Trump calls Kim Jong-un terrific.

Trump has not only normalized racism in the United States and given new legitimacy to the hate filled rants and ideologies of neo-Nazis and white nationalists, he has deepened the crisis of democracy by elevating emotion over reason and turning civic illiteracy into a virtue. Ignorance turns deadly when embraced by the powerful and removed from any notion of the material consequences it has for those who have to suffer from a practices of abandonment, terminal exclusion, and state violence.

State-sanctioned ignorance is more than fodder for late night comedy shows, it also provides the psychological conditions for certain individuals and groups to associate “pollution” and disposability with what Richard A. Etlin calls “a biologically racialist worldview, which divides the human race according to the dichotomy of the pure and impure, the life-enhancing and the life-polluting.” This is a language mobilized by the energies of the ethically dead, and echoes strongly with the anti-Semitism that was at the center of the genocidal policies of the Third Reich. This poisonous anti-Semitic discourse has returned with a vengeance in Hungary, Poland and a number of other countries now moving towards fascism. It is also surfacing among alt-right and other neo-Nazi groups in the United States. Unsurprisingly, there are also coded hints of it in Trump’s language. Trump is more careful with his displays of anti-Semitism, especially given the uproar that followed his comments stating that there were decent people marching with neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.    

One of the most revealingly ideological comments made by Trump during the Kavanaugh affair was contained in a tweet aimed at the women who had confronted Sen. Jeff Flake and other Republican senators over their support for Kavanaugh. Trump stated that “the very rude elevator screamers are paid professionals only looking to make Senators look bad. Don’t fall for it. Also, look at all the professional made identical signs. Paid for by Soros and others. These are not signs made in the basement from love.”  

Trump exposed more than the level of political corruption and hatred of women that now defines American politics, he also appropriated an anti-Semitic discourse to discredit both the women to whom he is referring and dissent in general. Many conservative pundits and commentators have also followed Trump’s lead and claimed that protesters were paid by George Soros. This display of anti-Semitism directed at Soros is not new for Trump. As Greg Sargent pointed out in the Washington Post, this vile piece of anti-Semitism directed at Soros played a “starring role in Trump’s 2016 closing ad, which was the perfect expression of this type of exclusionary populist demagoguery.” Not only do Trump’s comments and the earlier ad mirror anti-Semitic propaganda from the 1930s, it also legitimates the vicious attacks on Soros in a number of Eastern European countries, including Poland, Romania and Serbia. But it is President Viktor Orbán of Hungary who is leading the pack in his attack on Soros as part of a larger attack on Jews.

Trump’s coded endorsement of Orbán’s attack on Jews, whom he appears to blame for all of Hungary’s problems, is particularly repellent given its viciousness and the horrors of the past it echoes. For instance, recalling the genocidal rhetoric aimed at Jews in the past by the Nazis, Orban commemorated the 170th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 by stating the following (without mentioning Jews directly):

They do not fight directly, but by stealth; they are not honorable, but unprincipled; they are not national, but international; they do not believe in work, but speculate with money; they have no homeland, but feel the whole world is theirs. They are not generous but vengeful and always attack the heart — especially if it is red, white and green [the colors of the Hungarian flag].  

Prior to the recent election in Hungary, Orbán plastered images of George Soros throughout the country. Soros is both a Hungarian citizen and a Jew, and was a perfect symbol for Orbán to vilify in his efforts to take over the country. Soros is dangerous to Orbán because of his promotion of the open society, open borders, cosmopolitanism, human rights and democracy. That he is Jewish made it easier for Orbán to attack him personally without having to openly express his hatred of democracy.

That Trump would use a reference taken out of the poisonous playbook of this fascist leader is both revealing and dangerous. Not only because such rhetoric indexes a fascist politics and the potential dangers that follow, but also because of the silence that surrounded Trump’s reference to Soros, with all of its toxic implications. Even if Trump is not consciously anti-Semitic, he should know better since, as journalist Ron Kampeas points out, his comments traffic “in conspiracies of control and destruction identified with classical anti-Semitism.”  Trump’s consistently coded support for an ideology embraced by neo-Nazis and other white nationalists is not new. It is the discourse of blood and soil that propelled an emotionally charged language of hate, reification, dehumanization and eventually mass murder. Forgetting this history is less an act of historical ignorance than a complicitous practice of reviving the conditions that give birth to the horrors of the past.

Trump’s defenders might argue that Trump is not an anti-Semite because two of his former lawyers were Jewish — Roy Cohn and Michael Cohen. Moreover, his daughter converted to Judaism. This may be true, and Trump may just be so stupid to know and not to care when he is producing an anti-Semitic stereotype, and so ignorant of history that he can’t put together the threat of rising anti-Semitism in Europe and the history of genocide that it produced. But if we are to believe writers such as Michael Wolff and Bob Woodward who have chronicled the post-2016 chaos in the White House that Trump has overt white supremacists such as Stephen Miller making decisions for him, the Kavanaugh hearings may signal a danger that far exceeds the misogyny and Vichy-type silence revealed by the spineless Republican Party and the Trump administration.

Mitch McConnell and the other gravediggers of democracy in the Congress could care less about Trump’s crude language, governing style, character or potential revelations of criminal acts. They have no qualms or reservations about supporting a fascist politics as long as they get what they want from their alliance with the racists, xenophobic ultra-nationalists and white nationalists. According to historian Christopher R. Browning, the Republican Party, in particular has received a big payoff in selling its soul to Trump’s worldview:

[H]uge tax cuts for the wealthy, financial and environmental deregulation, the nominations of two conservative Supreme Court justices (so far) and a host of other conservative judicial appointments, and a significant reduction in government-sponsored health care (though not yet the total abolition of Obamacare they hope for). Like Hitler’s conservative allies, McConnell and the Republicans have prided themselves on the early returns on their investment in Trump.

The Kavanaugh appointment exposes more than what commentators such as Robert Reich and historians such as Timothy Snyder view as alarming and frightening parallels between the United States and Hitler’s regime, or what the Yale historian Jason Stanley calls an accelerating fascist politics. Their analyses seem overly cautious. There is little doubt that Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court is an abomination not only because of his alleged sexual assaults, but his equally revealing and right-wing ideological rant against the left, Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party during his Senate hearing. More ominous, when comprehended within the context of an emerging fascist politics, is the recognition that his appointment is part of a broader effort on the part of the Trump administration to radically modify the rule of law and individual rights, further depriving them of any meaning and cutting them off from any viable humanitarian standards.

We are in the midst of an American version of fascism, which is not to suggest a fascism modeled exclusively after Nazi Germany. Fascist rhetoric has become normalized in the United States, white terror is no longer coded, and ultra-nationalism has merged into a love affair between the U.S. and a host of ruthless dictators. Of course the U.S. has a long tradition of civil liberties but it also has a long tradition of lawlessness, and the latter is now winning out. It thrives under the guise of a neoliberalism that has fueled for the past 40 years vast inequalities in wealth and power, producing a level of political and economic corruption that signals not just a hatred of democracy, but a unique style of American fascism.  

The Kavanaugh hearings should serve to remind us that we live in increasingly dangerous times. It is important to remember that fascism begins not with violence, police assaults or mass killings, but with language. Not only have we learned this from the rise of fascism in the 1930s in Europe but also in the current historical moment -- a moment in which lawlessness, misogyny, white nationalism and racism are resurgent all over the globe. If fascism begins with language so does a strong resistance willing to challenge it.

This is all the more reason for individuals, institutions, labor unions, educators, young people and others not to be silent in the face of the current fascist turn in the United States and elsewhere. In the face of the hatred, racism, misogyny and deceit that have become part of a state-sanctioned public dialogue, no one can afford to look away, fail to speak out, and risk silence. This is especially true at a time when history is used to hide rather than illuminate the past, when it becomes difficult to translate private issues into larger systemic considerations and people willingly allow themselves to be both seduced and trapped into spectacles of violence, cruelty and authoritarian impulses. Under such circumstances, the terror of the unforeseen becomes all the more ominous.

Any viable notion of change will have to reject the notion that capitalism and democracy are synonymous and that participatory democracy begins and ends with elections. Doing so is crucial to undoing the myth that political power is separate from economic power -- a myth that upholds the false assumption that whatever problems currently exist under the Trump administration are endemic to Trump’s alleged mental health, ignorance and other character flaws. In actuality, the fascist politics now shaping the United States have been in the making for decades and are systemic to neoliberal capitalism and deeply entwined with iniquitous relations of power. Rob Urie illuminates the issue, particularly in relation to class divisions. He writes:

The class relations of American political economy are antithetical to the notion of a unified public interest. The point isn’t to suggest that this or that authoritarian leader isn’t authoritarian, but rather to sketch in the political backdrop to argue that the lived experience of social, economic and political repression is lived experience, not academic theories or bourgeois fantasies. The circumstances of investment bankers stripping assets, industrialists relocating factories built by workers to low-wage locations and tech ‘pioneers’ using licenses and patents to extract economic rents is systemically ‘authoritarian’ in the sense that democratic consent to do so was neither sought nor given.

It is time for a broad-based social movement to reject finance capitalism, embrace education as central to a politics willing to fight to persuade people to reclaim their sense of agency and push at the frontiers of the ethical imagination, connect what they learn to addressing social issues, taking risks and challenging the destructive narratives that are seeping into the public realm and becoming normalized. Any dissatisfaction with injustice necessitates combining the demands of moral witnessing with the pedagogical power of persuasion and the call to address the tasks of emancipation.  We need individuals and social movements willing to disturb the normalization of a fascist politics, and to oppose racist, sexist and neoliberal orthodoxy. As Robin D.G. Kelley observes, we cannot confuse catharsis and momentary outrage for revolution. In a time of increasing tyranny, resistance appears to have lost its usefulness as a call to action.

For instance, the novelist Teju Cole has argued that “‘resistance’ is back in vogue, and it describes something rather different now. The holy word has become unexceptional. Faced with a vulgar, manic and cruel regime, birds of many different feathers are eager to proclaim themselves members of the Resistance. It is the most popular game in town.” Cole's critique appears to be borne out by the fact that the most unscrupulous of liberal and conservative politicians, such as Madeline Albright, Hillary Clinton and even James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, are now claiming that they have joined the resistance against Trump fascist politics.

Even Michael Hayden, the former NSA chief and CIA director under George W. Bush, has joined the ranks of Albright and Clinton in condemning Trump as a proto-fascist. Writing in the New York Times, Hayden chastised Trump as a serial liar and in doing so quoted the renowned historian Timothy Snyder, who stated in reference to the Trump regime that “Post-Truth is pre-fascism.” The irony here is hard to miss. Not only did Hayden head Bush’s illegal National Security Agency warrantless wiretapping program while head of the NSA, he also lied repeatedly about his role in Bush’s sanction and implementation of state torture in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 This tsunami of banal resistance was on full display when an anonymous member of the Trump’s inner circle published an op-ed in the New York Times claiming that he or she and other senior officials were part of “the resistance within the Trump administration.” The author was quick to qualify the statement by insisting such resistance had nothing to do with “the popular ‘resistance’ of the left.” To prove the point, it was noted by the author that the members of this insider resistance liked some of Trump’s policies such as “effective deregulation, historic tax reform, a more robust military and more.” Combining resistance with the endorsements of such reactionary policies reads like fodder for late-night comics.

The Democratic Party now defines itself as the most powerful political force opposing Trump’s fascist politics. What it has forgotten is the role it has played under the Clinton and Obama presidencies in creating the economic, political and social conditions for Trump’s election in 2016. Such historical and political amnesia allows them to make the specious claim that they are now the party of resistance. Resistance in these instances has little to do with civic courage, a defense of human dignity, and the willingness to not just bear witness to the current injustices but to struggle to overcome them. Of course, the issue is not to disavow resistance as much as to redefine it as inseparable from fundamental change that calls for the overthrow of capitalism itself.

While the call to resist neoliberal fascism is to be welcomed, it has to be interrogated and not aligned with individuals and ideological forces that helped put in place the racist, economic, religious and educational forces that helped produce it. What all of these calls to resistance have in common is a opposition to Trump rather than to the conditions that created him. Trump’s election and the Kavanaugh affair make clear that what is needed is not only a resistance to the established order of neoliberal capitalism but a radical restructuring of society itself. That is not about resisting oppression in its diverse forms but overcoming it — in short, changing it.

While it is crucial to condemn the Kavanaugh hearings for their blatant disregard for the Constitution, expressed hatred of women, and symbolic expression and embrace of white privilege and power, it is necessary to enlarge our criticism to include the system that made the Kavanaugh appointment possible. Kavanaugh represents not only the deep-seated rot of misogyny but also, as Grace Lee Boggs has stated, “a government of, by, and for corporate power.” We need to see beyond the white nationalists and neo-Nazis demonstrating in the streets in order to recognize the terror of the unforeseen, the terror that is state sanctioned, and hides in the shadows of power.

Such a struggle means more than engaging material relations of power or the economic architecture of neoliberal fascism, it also means taking on the challenge of producing the tools and tactics necessary to rethink and create the conditions for a new kind of subjectivity as the basis for a new kind of democratic socialist politics. We need a comprehensive politics that brings together various single-interest movements so that the threads that connect them become equally as important as the particular forms of oppression that define their singularity. In addition, we need intellectuals willing to combine intellectual complexity with clarity and accessibility, embrace the high-stakes investment in persuasion, and cross disciplinary borders in order to theorize and speak with what Rob Nixon calls the “cunning of lightness” and a “methodological promiscuity” that keeps language attuned to the pressing claims for justice.

Trump has surfaced the dire anti-democratic threats that have been expanding under an economic system stripped of any political, social and ethical responsibility. This is a form of neoliberal fascism that has redrawn and expanded the parameters of what after the genocidal practices and hate-filled politics of the 1930s and 40s in Europe was once thought impossible to happen again. The threat has returned and is now on our doorsteps, and it needs to be named, exposed, and overcome by those who believe that the stakes are much too high to look away and not engage in organized political and pedagogical struggles.

II

Hannah Arendt once wrote that terror was the essence of totalitarianism. She was right and we are now witnessing the dystopian visions of the new authoritarians who now trade in fear, hatred, demonization, violence and racism. This will be Trump’s legacy. It is easy to despair in times of tyranny, but it is much more productive to be politically and morally outraged and to draw upon such anger as a source of hope and action. Without hope even in the most dire of times, there is no possibility for resistance, dissent and struggle.  

A critical consciousness is the prerequisite for informed agency and hope is the basis for individual and collective resistance. Moreover, when combined with collective action, hope translates into a dynamic sense of possibility, enabling one to join with others for the long haul of fighting systemic forms of domination. Courage in the face of tyranny is a necessity and not an option and we can learn both from the past and the present about resistance movements and the power of civic courage and collective struggle and how such modes of resistance are emerging among a number of groups across a wide variety of landscapes.

What is crucial is the necessity of not facing such struggles alone, allowing ourselves to feel defeated in our isolation or giving in to the crippling neoliberal survival-of-the-fittest ethos that dominates everyday relations. Radical politics begins when one refuses to face one’s fate alone, learns about the workings and mechanisms of power, and rejects the dominant mantra of social isolation.  

There is strength in numbers. One of the most important things we can do to sustain a sense of courage and dignity is to imagine a new social order. That is, we must constantly work to revive a radical political imaginary by talking with others in order to rethink what a new politics and society would look like, one that is fundamentally anti-capitalist and dedicated to creating the conditions for new democratic political and social formations. This suggests creating new public spheres that make such a dialogue and notion of solidarity possible while simultaneously struggling against the forces that gave rise to Trump, particularly those that suggest that totalitarian forms are still with us.

As I have stressed, rethinking politics anew also suggests the possibility of building broad-based alliances in order to create a robust economic and political agenda that connects democracy with a serious effort to interrogate the sources and structures of inequality, racism and authoritarianism that now plague the United States.   This points to opening up new lines of understanding, dialogue and radical empathy. It means, as the philosopher George Yancy suggests, learning “how to love with courage.”

A nonviolent movement for democratic socialism does not need vanguards, political purity or the seductions of ideological orthodoxy. On the contrary, it needs an informed and energized politics without guarantees, one that is open to new ideas, self-reflection and understanding. Instead of ideologies of certainty, unchecked moralism and a politics of shaming, we need to understand the conditions that make it possible for people to internalize forms of domination, and that means interrogating forgotten histories and existing pedagogies of oppression. Recent polls indicate that two-thirds of Americans say this is the lowest point in American politics that they can recall. Such despair offers the possibility of a pedagogical intervention, one that provides a political opening to create a massive movement for organized struggle in the United States.

Rebecca Solnit has rightly argued that while we live in an age of despair, hope is a gift we that we cannot surrender because it amplifies the power of alternative visions, offers up stories in which we can imagine the unimaginable, enables people to “move from depression to outrage,” and positions people to take seriously what they are for and what they are against. This suggests trying to understand how the very processes of learning constitute the political mechanisms through which identities — individual and collective — are shaped, desired, mobilized and take on the worldly practices of autonomy, self-reflection and self-determination as part of a larger struggle for economic and social justice.   

First, it is crucial to develop a language in which it becomes possible to imagine a future much different from the present, one that refuses to privatize hope with a crude individualism. Second, it is crucial to develop a discourse of critique and possibility that rejects the ongoing normalizing of existing relations of domination and control while simultaneously repudiating the notion that capitalism and democracy are synonymous. It would be wise to heed the words of the late science-fiction visionary Ursula K. Le Guin when she wrote, “We live in capitalism. Its power seems inescapable. So did the divine right of kings. Nay, human power can be resisted and changed by human beings.”

Third, it is imperative to reject the notion that all problems are individual issues and can only be solved as a matter of individual action and responsibility. This is one of neoliberalism’s most powerful ideological tenets, working to make the personal the only politics that matters while detaching private troubles from the wider world. All three of these assumptions serve to depoliticize people and erase both what it means to make power visible and to organize collectively to address such problem. Fourth, there is a need, I believe, for a discourse that is both historical, relational and comprehensive. Memory matters both in terms of reclaiming lost narratives of struggle and for assessing visions, strategies and tactics that still hold enormous possibilities in the present.

Developing a relational discourse means connecting the dots around issues that are often viewed in isolated terms. For instance, one cannot study the attack on public schools and higher education as sutured internal issues that focus exclusively on the teaching methods and strategies. What is needed are analyses that link such attacks to the broader issue of inequality, the dynamics of casino capitalism and the pervasive racism active in promoting new forms of segregation both within and outside of schools.

A comprehensive politics is one that does at least two things. On the one hand, it tries to understand a plethora of problems from massive poverty to the despoiling of the planet within a broader understanding of politics. That is, it connects the dots among diverse forms of oppression. In this instance, the focus is on the totality of politics, one that focuses on the power relations of global capitalism, the rise of illiberal democracy, the archives of authoritarianism and the rise of financial capital. A totalizing view of oppression allows the development of a language that is capable of making visible the ideological and structural forces of the new forms of domination at work in the United States and across the globe. On the other hand, such a comprehensive understanding of politics makes it possible to bring together a range of crucial issues and movements so as to expand the range of oppressions while at the same time providing a common ground for these diverse groups to be able to work together in the interest of the common good and a broad struggle for democratic socialism.  

Finally, any viable language of emancipation needs to develop a discourse of what Ron Aronson calls social hope. He writes:

Social hope, the disposition to act collectively to change a situation, entails that we act not blindly but with a sense of possibility. The cold stream demands that we prepare ourselves and assess the conditions under which we are operating. The hope of social movements calls for objective, clearheaded organization and action, and an appreciation of the circumstances in which we may be successful. This realistic stream of hope mingles with the visionary stream that motivates us; without both, there is no hope. Hope uniquely combines our longing, our own real intention, and our sense of potency with real possibility, the subjective and the objective.

Aronson is right in arguing that naming what is wrong in a society is important but it is not enough, because such criticism can sometimes be overpowering and lead to a paralyzing despair or, even worse, a crippling cynicism. Hope speaks to imagining a life beyond capitalism, and combines a realistic sense of limits with a lofty vision of demanding the impossible. As Ariel Dorfman has argued, progressives need a language that is missing from our political vocabulary, one that insists that “alternative worlds are possible, that they are within reach if we’re courageous enough, and smart enough, and daring enough to take control of our own lives.” Reason, justice, and change cannot blossom without hope because educated hope taps into our deepest experiences and longing for a life of dignity with others, a life in which it becomes possible to imagine a future that does not mimic the present.

I am not referring to a romanticized and empty notion of hope, but to a notion of informed social hope that faces the concrete obstacles and realities of domination but continues the ongoing task of realizing a future in which matters of justice, equality, freedom and joy matter. Casino capitalism is a toxin that has created a predatory class of unethical zombies who are producing dead zones of the imagination and massive ecologies of immiseration that even George Orwell could not have envisioned, while waging a fierce fight against the possibilities of a democratic future.

The time has come to develop a political language in which civic values, social responsibility and the institutions that support them become central to invigorating and fortifying a new era of civic imagination, a renewed sense of social agency and an impassioned international social movement with a vision, organization and set of strategies to challenge the neoliberal nightmare engulfing the planet. Such a strategy would have to revive the radical imagination and the task of thinking about a future without capitalism and oppression; launch a comprehensive education program to provide alternative narratives, memories and histories that enable the capacities for informed judgment, ethical responsibilities and civic courage; and last but not least create those alternative public spheres where a new conversation can be opened up about the creation of a new progressive and socialist political formation. As Karl Marx said, there is nothing to lose but our chains.


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Ana María Toledo Cáceres landed in Las Vegas on a sweltering September day in 2014. In the car with her fiancé, en route to her new home in Utah, the 49-year-old Guatemalan tried to take in the stark, red rock landscape. Cáceres had been sad to leave her two daughters behind in Guatemala City, but now she felt excited and ready to marry the man she loved. The wedding was scheduled for the following day—the same date she had agreed to be his girlfriend four years prior.

Cáceres’ fiancé was a gray-haired and stout Guatemalan man who had moved to the U.S. as a Mormon missionary and become a citizen. The two met in their home country in 2009 when he was back on a visit. Cáceres was skeptical of his advances at first, but she came to cherish him as, for months, they exchanged long emails about the Bible, hobbies, and goals for the future.

“Although I’m using my head, I’m also giving my heart permission,” she wrote to him then.

The marriage proposal came soon after, and he sponsored her to come to the United States on a fiancé visa. In her suitcase, Cáceres packed a formal, three-piece ivory garment to pair with pearl earrings and a matching necklace.

The wedding ceremony took place in a garden for about 20 people, all strangers sloppily dressed in shorts and sandals. But on the top of the wedding cake was a comforting reminder, a card with a saying the couple shared: “You’re not perfect but you’re perfect for me.”

That same night, Cáceres’ new husband took her to a hotel in Mesquite, a one-hour drive from Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park, for their honeymoon. Recently, Cáceres sobbed as she recalled the small, suffocating room with the shut blinds. She remembered the rudeness of her husband’s touch and not being able to move, breathless under his body, while he forced her to have sex.

“I just wanted him to be outside of me,” Cáceres said. “It was maybe a few minutes, but for me, it was forever.”

Feeling guilty and ashamed, Cáceres would later attempt to take her own life. “I didn’t want to accept what had happened to me,” she said. “I didn’t want to say these hard words that put us in the statistics: I was raped.”

Like many immigrant victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, Cáceres felt trapped. Her immigration status prevented her from getting a driver’s license or a job, and she didn’t speak English. Living in a remote condo on the top of a hill in St. George, a gateway town to Utah’s national parks, where the closest bus stop was a 20-minute walk away, she relied on her husband to be her translator, driver, and provider.

As the foreign spouse of a U.S. citizen, Cáceres was eligible to apply for a green card and eventually for citizenship. But her husband refused to file the joint application. Instead, less than a month into their marriage, he asked for a divorce and tricked Cáceres into believing her only options were going back to Guatemala voluntarily or facing deportation.

It isn’t uncommon for abusers to use their victims’ immigration status as a tool of control if they attempt to leave. Often, women like Cáceres come from cultures where domestic violence is perceived as a private matter and they fear the reaction of family members if they were to go back to their home countries. Unaware of their rights or the range of services available to them in the U.S., victims end up staying in abusive homes.

Enacted in 1994 and reauthorized three times since, the Violence Against Women Act opened up legal avenues for immigrant victims of crimes to adjust their immigration status to become permanent residents. For the battered spouses of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents, it meant the possibility to remain legally in the country without depending on the abuser by submitting a self-petition.

Without legal counseling, Cáceres learned about VAWA through her own research and filed a self-petition, receiving a green card in May 2017. In the fiscal year 2017, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the government agency in charge of granting visas and other immigration benefits, approved more than 3,500 applications from foreign victims of spousal abuse like Cáceres.

VAWA was set to expire on Sep. 30, but a stopgap spending bill has guaranteed an extension through Dec. 7. Bipartisan support in Congress for a long-term reauthorization, however, has yet to be reached. The bill introduced by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee in July to reauthorize VAWA for another five years has only been co-sponsored by Democrats. And while 46 House Republicans signed a letter urging a bipartisan reauthorization of VAWA before the September deadline, a group led by Rep. Elise Stefanik pushed for a six-month extension of the legislation to allow time for more negotiations. The move was received with disapproval by the House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who criticized “the continued refusal over many years of House Republicans to extend VAWA’s critical protections to include vulnerable communities, particularly Native American, immigrant and LGBTQ communities.”

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When Nela Kalpic, a native of Belgrade, Serbia, came to the United States, she was seeking freedom from more than a decade of abuse. While living between Egypt and Kuwait, Kalpic’s Egyptian husband routinely assaulted her: He hit her with a belt, locked her inside the house for an entire week, and punched her as she curled up in a ball. Kalpic couldn’t drive or go out by herself.

“I couldn’t call the police,” Kalpic said. “They would tell me, ‘Deal with your husband,’ or tell him I wasn’t being obedient.”

In 2013, the couple was in Egypt, and Kalpic convinced her husband to seek asylum in the United States, claiming that the widespread persecution of Coptic Christians in the country threatened their safety. They arrived in New York City on tourist visas and were granted asylum that New Year’s Eve.

But her husband never changed. He kept all the documents she needed for a green card application and repeatedly attempted to sabotage her jobs, first as a receptionist at a salon and then at a Pottery Barn store, according to character references written by friends and colleagues in support of Kalpic’s custody rights of her three sons.

“Are you going to be out by four or what,” he texted her one day in 2014.

“You know I finish at 6:30,” Kalpic replied.

“Ok. I’ll be out at four and I want you out or you know what will happen.”

When her colleagues asked her if she wanted to call the police, Kalpic refused. She didn’t trust the system would be on her side. “I was so used to being dismissed by everyone,” she said.

Reaching out to immigrant victims of crimes has become increasingly challenging in face of the adverse environment for survivors reported around the country. Still, advocacy groups and service providers remain hopeful that anti-immigration rhetoric won’t get in the way of Congress reauthorizing VAWA, a crucial tool to help victims of abuse.

“VAWA has been instrumental in highlighting issues that immigrants, particularly women, who experience domestic violence and sexual assault face, and it’s a critical component for those working in the field,” said Ruth Glenn, president and CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

According to a recent report to Congress, VAWA grantees served, on average, 17,812 immigrants, refugees, and asylum-seekers for every six-month period between July 2013 and June 2015.

Fear of deportation is not the only factor keeping immigrant women from escaping domestic violence. Even for those lawfully present in the country like Kalpic, language barriers, economic instability, and lack of familiarity with the legal system contribute to the perpetuation of abuse.

Victims are often unable to provide for themselves and their children, and have few social support systems in place. Through funding from VAWA, law enforcement, prosecutors, courts, and community-based organizations can become their lifeline.

Even though Kalpic spoke English and was financially supported by her mother, for a period, she was out of a job and getting by on food stamps. She received a protective order against her husband, but text and Facebook messages provided by Kalpic show that he violated it multiple times over the years, often using their sons as mediators to get in touch with her.

In a letter of support to Kalpic, a friend wrote: “I have never seen a woman that cared more about her children than her. I often asked her why she wouldn’t leave him and it was always the same answer: ‘If I do he will take my children away from me.’ ”

It took Kalpic more than a year of being in the U.S. to leave what, in one court document, she called a “violent prison I’d been locked in for nearly 14 years.” With a driver’s license that was only a few weeks old, she drove 1,200 miles from North Carolina, where they lived, to Madison, Wisconsin, with her sons.

There, Kalpic connected for the first time with the Domestic Abuse Intervention Services in Dane County, a domestic violence organization that receives grants from VAWA.

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Following the traumatic honeymoon and a divorce, Cáceres had nowhere to go. Looking back, she describes herself during that period as being completely deprived of freewill. “All the time I was with him I felt in the wrong place, in somebody else’s story,” she said.

Cáceres was sent to live with her ex-husband’s family, who, she says, rationed her food and asked her abuser for money in return for hosting her. Eventually, with the help of a couple from a church in the farming town of Spring City, Utah, Cáceres moved to the the New Horizons Crisis Center, the only organization providing emergency shelter and social services to victims of domestic violence, rape, or sexual assault in a 13,000-square-mile area encompassing five rural counties of central Utah.

“It was like a little light in the darkness,” she said.

Between the shelter and transitional housing, Cáceres remained under New Horizons’ roof for almost two years as she got back on her feet. There, she studied English and received counseling. And for the first time, she fully understood she had been a victim of marital rape.

At the time, the organization didn’t have a bilingual advocate for lack of funding, so when a position opened up in 2016, Cáceres was the perfect fit. Having navigated the hurdles of the legal system in her own case, Cáceres, as an advocate, was able to share the knowledge she wishes she had had two years earlier, as a victim.

Since then, she has assisted 55 immigrant victims of domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault across Utah. She has referred victims to immigration lawyers, helped them with paperwork, and accompanied them to medical appointments. And as a result of Cáceres’ outreach to the statewide domestic violence coalitions, farm owners, and churches, more immigrant clients started to come to the shelter.

According to executive director Debbie Mayo, New Horizons used to serve 10 to 20 Hispanic clients per year. After Cáceres joined their efforts, the number jumped to about 20 people every month. “It was like a snowball effect,” Mayo said.

Now, Cáceres is taking on a new role as a high school teacher of Spanish and English in Utah, and she’ll be applying for her U.S. citizenship in 2020. Even as a legal permanent resident, she feels insecure about her status. Cáceres hasn’t seen her two daughters, who are 26 and 23 and back in Guatemala, in four years because she fears leaving the country and being unable to return.

“I was given back my life,” Cáceres said about VAWA and the ability to stay in the U.S. “Congress needs to be conscious that we need these opportunities.”

For Erika George, a law professor at the University of Utah who leads the Migrant Women Project and recently conducted a study about the barriers migrant women face when trying to access legal and social services, VAWA sends a message that these women’s lives matter.

“We’ve created structural conditions that leave women unprotected and signal to them that they should continue to suffer in silence because they won’t be protected,” George said. “Laws tell us what we value as a society, and if we don’t have VAWA in place, we’ve failed in our responsibilities to recognize social equality and the role gender violence plays.”

Like Cáceres, Kalpic has also used her experience to help other victims in similar situations. She is active at a statewide policymaking level with the Wisconsin Governor’s Council on Domestic Abuse and the End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin coalition, a VAWA grantee. Kalpic also assists the local organization where she once sought help in training new advocates and engaging the community in discussions about domestic violence prevention.

“I want to make sure they have a perspective from someone who didn’t grow up in the United States,” Kalpic said. “How do we include women who don’t have all the tools in their box that those who were born and raised here have?”

For immigrant women, leaving an abusive relationship might not always feel like a choice. But the ability to gain lawful status, access counseling and legal assistance, and rely on a criminal justice system with the resources to protect them is nothing short of a pathway to safety and autonomy.

Last October, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker presented Kalpic with the Courage Award, which acknowledges outstanding achievements in domestic abuse issues.

“Every day we have to make sure that no voice is left behind,” she said in her acceptance speech. “We’re everywhere. Believe us. Don’t doubt us. It takes strength we don’t even know we have to seek help.”

At times, Kalpic still worries that her ex-husband could try to take her sons back to Egypt, where she would have no rights. But when she walks in the State Capitol, she’s reminded that it hasn’t all been in vain.

“Here, when you decide that you want to do something and you go for it, you can still achieve it,” Kalpic said. “And I hope we never lose that.”


          Stanciu, sincer înaintea meciului cu Lituania: ”Suntem mai buni decât ei”. Care este elementul care înclină balanţa în favoarea gazdelor      Cache   Translate Page      

România va juca joi, la Vilnius, împotriva Lituaniei în cadrul etapei cu numărul trei din Liga Naţiunlor. Convocat de Cosmin Contra pentru dubla cu Lituania şi Serbia, Nicolae Stanciu spune lucrurilor pe nume, şi crede că tricolorii sunt mai buni decât selecţionata ce ocupă ultima...


          NAŠE ODBOJKAŠICE I SELEKTOR TERZIĆ NA UDARU Brazilci spekulišu da su Srpkinje pustile Japan da pobedi: Plašili smo se ovoga!      Cache   Translate Page      

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          L'Esercito regolare yemenita coopera con Ansarullah lanciando un profondo attacco nella Provincia di Jizan!      Cache   Translate Page      
Con l'Arabia Saudita sempre più nel Caos e in generale tutto il campo imperialista sottoposto a scossoni, a una violenta lotta interna e a una sequela apparentemente inesauribile di rovesci e sconfitte, è sempre più importante in certe realtà-chiave (Donbass, Yemen, Macedonia, Serbia...) tenere duro e, se appena possibile, cercare di portare audaci contrattacchi (militari e/o politici, a seconda della situazione) e infliggere perdite inaspettate al nemico, visto che in una situazione così critica ogni ulteriore impatto potrebbe essere quello che fa crollare l'intera marcia impalcatura.

A Sanaa un portavoce dell'Esercito regolare yemenita (raffigurato in foto) ha comunicato che
nella Provincia di Jizan un'offensiva "di commemorazione" è stata lanciata da reparti misti di Sanaa e dei Comitati Popolari di Ansarullah nel secondo anniversario di una strage particolarmente dolorosa inflitta dai Sauditi col bombardamento aereo di un salone per cerimonie funebri.

Tra i risultati dell'azione possiamo menzionare:

-diversi villaggi conquistati
-perdite ingenti, materiali e umane, per le forze saudite
-tre droni sauditi abbattuti
-tentativi sauditi di riprendere il terreno perduto, respinti con ulteriori perdite.



          Lithuania – Romania (Pick, Prediction, Preview)      Cache   Translate Page      

Lithuania vs Romania Prediction & Tips Lituania and Romania are on their feet at LFF Stadionas in Vilnius on Thursday at 19:45 in the third round of the League of Nations C. In the first two rounds, the Lituania have suffered so many defeats against Serbia and Montenegro , occupying the last position. The Romanians... Read more »

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Montenegro vs Serbia Prediction & Tips At this start of the season Montenegro has stood out for its excellent results and is certainly to be considered among the “surprises”. It has no great football tradition (at least officially) this “small” national, but it is quickly climbing the hierarchies. But now it is called to compete... Read more »

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          El Festival de Cine Social (Feciso) se podrá ver en cinco salas de Toledo      Cache   Translate Page      
Consolidado como un referente para contar la realidad social a través del cine, denunciando los problemas de la gente y de la sociedad, arranca este lunes, la XV edición del Festival Internacional de Cine Social (Feciso) que se celebrará entre el 15 al 28 de octubre, y que contempla la proyección de 20 cortometrajes, siete documentales a concurso y nueve largometrajes. Así lo anunció ayer el director de Feciso, Tito Cañadas, quien afirmó que el festival se podrá ver en cinco salas diferentes:Teatro de Rojas, el Museo Sefardí, Círculo de Arte, la sala Thalía en el barrio de Santa María de Benquerencia y la sala de Liberbank. Además, este año los galardonados son la Fundación Aladina, el actor Juan Echanove y la serie de televisión «Servir y proteger». El acto de entrega de estos premios será el 27 de octubre en el Teatro de Rojas. Por su parte, el concejal de Servicios Sociales, Javier Mateo —que presidió la presentación del festival— destacó la labor que realiza Feciso desde hace quince años. «Es una referencia para todos aquellos que conciben el séptimo arte como una forma de, mediante la ficción, contar las verdades y poner en la pantalla realidades que conmueven y que producen que todos nos movilicemos», señaló. Cortometrajes y documentales El festival arranca los días 15, 16 y 17 con la proyección de los 20 cortometrajes y los siete documentales, seleccionados entre los más de 1.000 trabajos que concurrieron este año al concurso, afirmó Tito Cañadas. Se proyectarán en el Círculo de Arte a las 20.00 horas, con entrada gratuita. Algunos de los cortometrajes incluidos en la programación son: «Amores de papel», de José A. Valero;«Opciones», de Iván Willig; «Les miserables», de Ladj Ly; «Kapitalistis», de Pablo Muñoz; «Lui dire», de Bach Virginia y «Habitación 110», entre otros. En el apartado de documentales, los espectadores podrán disfrutar de «The european dreem: Serbia», de Jaime Alekos; «Terraform», de Silvan Der y Jork Dozy; «Le Vaisseau D´or», de Siham Hinawi;«Alto el fuego», de Raúl de la Fuente»; «Gaza», de Julio Pérez y Carlos Bover;y «Porteadoras», de Amparo Climent. Los largometrajes El público también podrá disfrutar de la proyección de nueve largometrajes, con once pases, la mayoría de ellas de reciente estreno y que han cosechado grandes premios en los festivales de cine más importantes. Las cintas destacan por abordar diferentes problemáticas sociales. En la sala Thalía y dentro de la sesión infantil se podrá ver el sábado 20, a las 17.00 horas, de «La rebelión de los cuentos», de Jakob Schuch. A continuación, a las 20.00 horas, se proyectará «Ash Is Purest White», de Jia Zhang Ke. El domingo, 21 de octubre, a las 20.00 horas, en la sala Thalía se exhibirá «Carmen y Lola», de Arantxa Echevarría. Al día siguiente, en la sala Liberbank a las 20.00 horas, se podrá ver «Benzinho», que se volverá a proyectar el martes, día 23, en el Teatro de Rojas a las 19.00 y 22.00 horas. Ese mismo día, en el Círculo de Arte se proyectará «La sargento Matacho» (20.00 horas), del colombiano William González. El 24 de octubre, en el Círculo de Arte se pasará «Hollywood rueda en España, 1955-1980», de Francisco Rodríguez. En este mismo escenario, el jueves se podrá ver «1945», de Ference Törok. , que se completará con un espectáculo flamenco. Finalmente, el viernes 26, en el Museo Sefardí se proyectará «Alalá», de Remedios Málvarez, que se completará con un espectáculo flamenco.
          Viorel Moldovan merge pe mâna naţionalei de tineret antrenată de Mirel Rădoi, dar are şi un favorit de la ”echipa mare”. Ce spune Moldo-gol despre meciurile României cu Lituania şi Serbia      Cache   Translate Page      

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Lausanne, Switzerland, October 10, 2018 – Italy and China advanced to the next round of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship in Japan on Wednesday. Their victories guaranteed their places in the final six of the tournament, where they will be joining Serbia, who qualified a day earlier.
          Japan coach Nakada says win over Serbia was vital      Cache   Translate Page      
Nagoya, Japan, October 10, 2018 - Miyu Nagaoka and Sarina Koga scored 19 points each as Japan handed Serbia their first loss 3-1 (15-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-23) in the second round of the FIVB Women's World Championship on Wednesday night and the Japan coach said the victory was important.
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Nagoya, Japan, October 10, 2018 - Miyu Nagaoka and Sarina Koga scored 19 points each as Japan handed Serbia their first loss 3-1 (15-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-23) in the second round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship on Wednesday night.
          Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh and the Path to Neoliberal Fascism      Cache   Translate Page      
Even in the darkest of times we have the right to some illumination. -- Hannah Arendt

The threads of a general political and ideological crisis run deep in American history, and with each tweet and policy decision Donald Trump pushes the United States closer to a full-fledged fascist state. His words sting, but his policies can kill people. Trump’s endless racist taunts, dehumanizing expressions of misogyny, relentless attacks on all provisions of the social state and ongoing contempt for the rule of law serve to normalize a creeping fascist politics. Moreover, his criminogenic disdain for any viable sense of civic and moral responsibility gives new meaning to an ethos of selfishness and a culture of cruelty, if not terror, that has run amok. Yet it is becoming more difficult for the mainstream media and pundits to talk about fascism as a looming threat in the United States in spite of the fact that, as Michelle Goldberg observes, for some groups, such as "undocumented immigrants, it's already here.”

The smell of death is everywhere under this administration. The erosion of public values and the rule of law is now accompanied by a developing state of emergency with regards to a looming global environmental catastrophe. An ecological disaster due to human-caused climate change has accelerated under the Trump administration and appears imminent.  Trump’s ongoing attempt to pollute the planet through his rollback of environmental protections will result in the deaths of thousands of children who suffer from asthma and other lung problems. Moreover, his privatized and punitive approach to health care will shorten the lives of millions of poor people, uninsured youth, undocumented immigrants, the unemployed and the elderly.  His get-tough "law and order" policies will result in more police violence against blacks while his support for the arms industry, military budget and gun laws will accelerate the death of the marginalized both at home and abroad. Under the Trump regime all bets are off regarding the sustainability of democracy.

The appointment of Brett Kavanaugh, a right-wing ideologue, to the U.S. Supreme Court, in spite of allegations of sexually assaulting at least two women, further reveals both the dangerous politicization of the judicial nomination process and the authoritarian politics that now dominate American society. The control of the court by ideological fundamentalists has been a long-sought goal of Republican Party extremists. And now the American people, especially women, the poor and people of color, will pay a terrible price for Kavanaugh’s appointment. The Kavanaugh affair is a symptom of the deeper roots of a fascist politics at work in American society. Kavanaugh is not only a blatant symbol of a toxic masculinity, he is also emblematic of a boisterous and unchecked expression of ruling-class white privilege. This is especially true given the racist double standard that characterizes America’s justice system. As Amanda Klonsky put it in the Chicago Sun Times:

Why does Judge Brett Kavanaugh, accused of sexual assault, feel entitled to a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court of the United States, while my formerly incarcerated students — often jailed for crimes like battery from fistfights — are left unemployed, sometimes for life, banned from even the most entry-level work? That Kavanaugh is under consideration for appointment to the Supreme Court at all throws the racist double standard in our justice system into sharp relief. There is one standard of behavior for African-American and Latinx young people, who are harshly punished for crimes in adolescence, and quite another for wealthy white boys, who can be accused of sexual assault and still go on to be nominated to serve on the most important court in the world.

Kavanaugh perfectly aligns with Trump’s racism and his decisions on matters of civil rights and racial justice will more than likely further reproduce a long legacy of white racism and state violence in the United States. This is especially tragic and ominous given that Trump’s contempt for people of color appears boundless and legitimates the notion of whiteness as a site of terror. He slanders and humiliates black athletes, black women and any other person of color who calls him on his racism and white supremacist views. Moreover, his thuggery in support of police brutality and mass incarceration further accelerates the growth of a racialized carceral state.

Most recently, in a brutish and deeply troubling display of misogyny, Trump viciously mocked the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of a sexual assault.  Drawing laughter and shouts from a crowd in Southaven, Mississippi, Trump went further, following up his vile remarks by stating that men were the real victims of the #MeToo movement because they were being unfairly accused of sexual harassment, and that many males would lose their jobs. It is hard to miss the irony of this statement coming from a man who has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 22 women and has been caught on tape bragging about grabbing women by the crotch. What is worth noting here is not only his indifference to the shocking levels violence waged against women but also the degree to which misogyny has always been endemic to fascist politics.

While it is easy for the mainstream press to go after those politicians who remain silent in the face of Trump’s sexism and racism, there is little interest in situating his misogyny and white supremacy within a neoliberal fascist politics that is aligned with neo-Nazis, white nationalists and other militant groups who argue for racial cleansing and increasingly commit violent acts against people of color who oppose their views. Trump’s politics are endlessly whitewashed in the mainstream media, which too often views his policy decisions more as the infantilized outbursts of an impetuous tweeting teenage bully rather than as a shock and threat to the laws and values that constitute a democracy currently in peril. The mainstream press argues that Trump’s rhetoric is divisive, humiliating and hateful, but rarely is it associated with the rhetoric of fascist politics or for that matter with the power of moneyed interests of the financial elite.

This evasion is all the more frightening since Trump, not to mention most of his critics, seem unaware of the accumulated terror unleashed by past fascists. Trump appears reckless when implementing policies that echo faintly the genocidal practices used by Nazis in their concentration camps, such as separating children from their undocumented parents and putting both in caged prisons. While Trump has not gassed tens of thousands of children as Hitler did, putting children in cages suggests crossing a moral and political line that opens the door to even more extreme forms of barbarism. -At the same time, his anti-democratic proclivities are on display almost every day. For instance, Trump’s open infatuation with demagogues such as Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un is matched only by his consistent vilification of America’s democratic allies. One clear cut example is his ludicrous claim that trade wars with Canada are justified because Canada represents a threat to America’s national security. The latter is uttered at the same time that Trump calls Kim Jong-un terrific.

Trump has not only normalized racism in the United States and given new legitimacy to the hate filled rants and ideologies of neo-Nazis and white nationalists, he has deepened the crisis of democracy by elevating emotion over reason and turning civic illiteracy into a virtue. Ignorance turns deadly when embraced by the powerful and removed from any notion of the material consequences it has for those who have to suffer from a practices of abandonment, terminal exclusion, and state violence.

State-sanctioned ignorance is more than fodder for late night comedy shows, it also provides the psychological conditions for certain individuals and groups to associate “pollution” and disposability with what Richard A. Etlin calls “a biologically racialist worldview, which divides the human race according to the dichotomy of the pure and impure, the life-enhancing and the life-polluting.” This is a language mobilized by the energies of the ethically dead, and echoes strongly with the anti-Semitism that was at the center of the genocidal policies of the Third Reich. This poisonous anti-Semitic discourse has returned with a vengeance in Hungary, Poland and a number of other countries now moving towards fascism. It is also surfacing among alt-right and other neo-Nazi groups in the United States. Unsurprisingly, there are also coded hints of it in Trump’s language. Trump is more careful with his displays of anti-Semitism, especially given the uproar that followed his comments stating that there were decent people marching with neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.    

One of the most revealingly ideological comments made by Trump during the Kavanaugh affair was contained in a tweet aimed at the women who had confronted Sen. Jeff Flake and other Republican senators over their support for Kavanaugh. Trump stated that “the very rude elevator screamers are paid professionals only looking to make Senators look bad. Don’t fall for it. Also, look at all the professional made identical signs. Paid for by Soros and others. These are not signs made in the basement from love.”  

Trump exposed more than the level of political corruption and hatred of women that now defines American politics, he also appropriated an anti-Semitic discourse to discredit both the women to whom he is referring and dissent in general. Many conservative pundits and commentators have also followed Trump’s lead and claimed that protesters were paid by George Soros. This display of anti-Semitism directed at Soros is not new for Trump. As Greg Sargent pointed out in the Washington Post, this vile piece of anti-Semitism directed at Soros played a “starring role in Trump’s 2016 closing ad, which was the perfect expression of this type of exclusionary populist demagoguery.” Not only do Trump’s comments and the earlier ad mirror anti-Semitic propaganda from the 1930s, it also legitimates the vicious attacks on Soros in a number of Eastern European countries, including Poland, Romania and Serbia. But it is President Viktor Orbán of Hungary who is leading the pack in his attack on Soros as part of a larger attack on Jews.

Trump’s coded endorsement of Orbán’s attack on Jews, whom he appears to blame for all of Hungary’s problems, is particularly repellent given its viciousness and the horrors of the past it echoes. For instance, recalling the genocidal rhetoric aimed at Jews in the past by the Nazis, Orban commemorated the 170th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 by stating the following (without mentioning Jews directly):

They do not fight directly, but by stealth; they are not honorable, but unprincipled; they are not national, but international; they do not believe in work, but speculate with money; they have no homeland, but feel the whole world is theirs. They are not generous but vengeful and always attack the heart — especially if it is red, white and green [the colors of the Hungarian flag].  

Prior to the recent election in Hungary, Orbán plastered images of George Soros throughout the country. Soros is both a Hungarian citizen and a Jew, and was a perfect symbol for Orbán to vilify in his efforts to take over the country. Soros is dangerous to Orbán because of his promotion of the open society, open borders, cosmopolitanism, human rights and democracy. That he is Jewish made it easier for Orbán to attack him personally without having to openly express his hatred of democracy.

That Trump would use a reference taken out of the poisonous playbook of this fascist leader is both revealing and dangerous. Not only because such rhetoric indexes a fascist politics and the potential dangers that follow, but also because of the silence that surrounded Trump’s reference to Soros, with all of its toxic implications. Even if Trump is not consciously anti-Semitic, he should know better since, as journalist Ron Kampeas points out, his comments traffic “in conspiracies of control and destruction identified with classical anti-Semitism.”  Trump’s consistently coded support for an ideology embraced by neo-Nazis and other white nationalists is not new. It is the discourse of blood and soil that propelled an emotionally charged language of hate, reification, dehumanization and eventually mass murder. Forgetting this history is less an act of historical ignorance than a complicitous practice of reviving the conditions that give birth to the horrors of the past.

Trump’s defenders might argue that Trump is not an anti-Semite because two of his former lawyers were Jewish — Roy Cohn and Michael Cohen. Moreover, his daughter converted to Judaism. This may be true, and Trump may just be so stupid to know and not to care when he is producing an anti-Semitic stereotype, and so ignorant of history that he can’t put together the threat of rising anti-Semitism in Europe and the history of genocide that it produced. But if we are to believe writers such as Michael Wolff and Bob Woodward who have chronicled the post-2016 chaos in the White House that Trump has overt white supremacists such as Stephen Miller making decisions for him, the Kavanaugh hearings may signal a danger that far exceeds the misogyny and Vichy-type silence revealed by the spineless Republican Party and the Trump administration.

Mitch McConnell and the other gravediggers of democracy in the Congress could care less about Trump’s crude language, governing style, character or potential revelations of criminal acts. They have no qualms or reservations about supporting a fascist politics as long as they get what they want from their alliance with the racists, xenophobic ultra-nationalists and white nationalists. According to historian Christopher R. Browning, the Republican Party, in particular has received a big payoff in selling its soul to Trump’s worldview:

[H]uge tax cuts for the wealthy, financial and environmental deregulation, the nominations of two conservative Supreme Court justices (so far) and a host of other conservative judicial appointments, and a significant reduction in government-sponsored health care (though not yet the total abolition of Obamacare they hope for). Like Hitler’s conservative allies, McConnell and the Republicans have prided themselves on the early returns on their investment in Trump.

The Kavanaugh appointment exposes more than what commentators such as Robert Reich and historians such as Timothy Snyder view as alarming and frightening parallels between the United States and Hitler’s regime, or what the Yale historian Jason Stanley calls an accelerating fascist politics. Their analyses seem overly cautious. There is little doubt that Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court is an abomination not only because of his alleged sexual assaults, but his equally revealing and right-wing ideological rant against the left, Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party during his Senate hearing. More ominous, when comprehended within the context of an emerging fascist politics, is the recognition that his appointment is part of a broader effort on the part of the Trump administration to radically modify the rule of law and individual rights, further depriving them of any meaning and cutting them off from any viable humanitarian standards.

We are in the midst of an American version of fascism, which is not to suggest a fascism modeled exclusively after Nazi Germany. Fascist rhetoric has become normalized in the United States, white terror is no longer coded, and ultra-nationalism has merged into a love affair between the U.S. and a host of ruthless dictators. Of course the U.S. has a long tradition of civil liberties but it also has a long tradition of lawlessness, and the latter is now winning out. It thrives under the guise of a neoliberalism that has fueled for the past 40 years vast inequalities in wealth and power, producing a level of political and economic corruption that signals not just a hatred of democracy, but a unique style of American fascism.  

The Kavanaugh hearings should serve to remind us that we live in increasingly dangerous times. It is important to remember that fascism begins not with violence, police assaults or mass killings, but with language. Not only have we learned this from the rise of fascism in the 1930s in Europe but also in the current historical moment -- a moment in which lawlessness, misogyny, white nationalism and racism are resurgent all over the globe. If fascism begins with language so does a strong resistance willing to challenge it.

This is all the more reason for individuals, institutions, labor unions, educators, young people and others not to be silent in the face of the current fascist turn in the United States and elsewhere. In the face of the hatred, racism, misogyny and deceit that have become part of a state-sanctioned public dialogue, no one can afford to look away, fail to speak out, and risk silence. This is especially true at a time when history is used to hide rather than illuminate the past, when it becomes difficult to translate private issues into larger systemic considerations and people willingly allow themselves to be both seduced and trapped into spectacles of violence, cruelty and authoritarian impulses. Under such circumstances, the terror of the unforeseen becomes all the more ominous.

Any viable notion of change will have to reject the notion that capitalism and democracy are synonymous and that participatory democracy begins and ends with elections. Doing so is crucial to undoing the myth that political power is separate from economic power -- a myth that upholds the false assumption that whatever problems currently exist under the Trump administration are endemic to Trump’s alleged mental health, ignorance and other character flaws. In actuality, the fascist politics now shaping the United States have been in the making for decades and are systemic to neoliberal capitalism and deeply entwined with iniquitous relations of power. Rob Urie illuminates the issue, particularly in relation to class divisions. He writes:

The class relations of American political economy are antithetical to the notion of a unified public interest. The point isn’t to suggest that this or that authoritarian leader isn’t authoritarian, but rather to sketch in the political backdrop to argue that the lived experience of social, economic and political repression is lived experience, not academic theories or bourgeois fantasies. The circumstances of investment bankers stripping assets, industrialists relocating factories built by workers to low-wage locations and tech ‘pioneers’ using licenses and patents to extract economic rents is systemically ‘authoritarian’ in the sense that democratic consent to do so was neither sought nor given.

It is time for a broad-based social movement to reject finance capitalism, embrace education as central to a politics willing to fight to persuade people to reclaim their sense of agency and push at the frontiers of the ethical imagination, connect what they learn to addressing social issues, taking risks and challenging the destructive narratives that are seeping into the public realm and becoming normalized. Any dissatisfaction with injustice necessitates combining the demands of moral witnessing with the pedagogical power of persuasion and the call to address the tasks of emancipation.  We need individuals and social movements willing to disturb the normalization of a fascist politics, and to oppose racist, sexist and neoliberal orthodoxy. As Robin D.G. Kelley observes, we cannot confuse catharsis and momentary outrage for revolution. In a time of increasing tyranny, resistance appears to have lost its usefulness as a call to action.

For instance, the novelist Teju Cole has argued that “‘resistance’ is back in vogue, and it describes something rather different now. The holy word has become unexceptional. Faced with a vulgar, manic and cruel regime, birds of many different feathers are eager to proclaim themselves members of the Resistance. It is the most popular game in town.” Cole's critique appears to be borne out by the fact that the most unscrupulous of liberal and conservative politicians, such as Madeline Albright, Hillary Clinton and even James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, are now claiming that they have joined the resistance against Trump fascist politics.

Even Michael Hayden, the former NSA chief and CIA director under George W. Bush, has joined the ranks of Albright and Clinton in condemning Trump as a proto-fascist. Writing in the New York Times, Hayden chastised Trump as a serial liar and in doing so quoted the renowned historian Timothy Snyder, who stated in reference to the Trump regime that “Post-Truth is pre-fascism.” The irony here is hard to miss. Not only did Hayden head Bush’s illegal National Security Agency warrantless wiretapping program while head of the NSA, he also lied repeatedly about his role in Bush’s sanction and implementation of state torture in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 This tsunami of banal resistance was on full display when an anonymous member of the Trump’s inner circle published an op-ed in the New York Times claiming that he or she and other senior officials were part of “the resistance within the Trump administration.” The author was quick to qualify the statement by insisting such resistance had nothing to do with “the popular ‘resistance’ of the left.” To prove the point, it was noted by the author that the members of this insider resistance liked some of Trump’s policies such as “effective deregulation, historic tax reform, a more robust military and more.” Combining resistance with the endorsements of such reactionary policies reads like fodder for late-night comics.

The Democratic Party now defines itself as the most powerful political force opposing Trump’s fascist politics. What it has forgotten is the role it has played under the Clinton and Obama presidencies in creating the economic, political and social conditions for Trump’s election in 2016. Such historical and political amnesia allows them to make the specious claim that they are now the party of resistance. Resistance in these instances has little to do with civic courage, a defense of human dignity, and the willingness to not just bear witness to the current injustices but to struggle to overcome them. Of course, the issue is not to disavow resistance as much as to redefine it as inseparable from fundamental change that calls for the overthrow of capitalism itself.

While the call to resist neoliberal fascism is to be welcomed, it has to be interrogated and not aligned with individuals and ideological forces that helped put in place the racist, economic, religious and educational forces that helped produce it. What all of these calls to resistance have in common is a opposition to Trump rather than to the conditions that created him. Trump’s election and the Kavanaugh affair make clear that what is needed is not only a resistance to the established order of neoliberal capitalism but a radical restructuring of society itself. That is not about resisting oppression in its diverse forms but overcoming it — in short, changing it.

While it is crucial to condemn the Kavanaugh hearings for their blatant disregard for the Constitution, expressed hatred of women, and symbolic expression and embrace of white privilege and power, it is necessary to enlarge our criticism to include the system that made the Kavanaugh appointment possible. Kavanaugh represents not only the deep-seated rot of misogyny but also, as Grace Lee Boggs has stated, “a government of, by, and for corporate power.” We need to see beyond the white nationalists and neo-Nazis demonstrating in the streets in order to recognize the terror of the unforeseen, the terror that is state sanctioned, and hides in the shadows of power.

Such a struggle means more than engaging material relations of power or the economic architecture of neoliberal fascism, it also means taking on the challenge of producing the tools and tactics necessary to rethink and create the conditions for a new kind of subjectivity as the basis for a new kind of democratic socialist politics. We need a comprehensive politics that brings together various single-interest movements so that the threads that connect them become equally as important as the particular forms of oppression that define their singularity. In addition, we need intellectuals willing to combine intellectual complexity with clarity and accessibility, embrace the high-stakes investment in persuasion, and cross disciplinary borders in order to theorize and speak with what Rob Nixon calls the “cunning of lightness” and a “methodological promiscuity” that keeps language attuned to the pressing claims for justice.

Trump has surfaced the dire anti-democratic threats that have been expanding under an economic system stripped of any political, social and ethical responsibility. This is a form of neoliberal fascism that has redrawn and expanded the parameters of what after the genocidal practices and hate-filled politics of the 1930s and 40s in Europe was once thought impossible to happen again. The threat has returned and is now on our doorsteps, and it needs to be named, exposed, and overcome by those who believe that the stakes are much too high to look away and not engage in organized political and pedagogical struggles.

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Hannah Arendt once wrote that terror was the essence of totalitarianism. She was right and we are now witnessing the dystopian visions of the new authoritarians who now trade in fear, hatred, demonization, violence and racism. This will be Trump’s legacy. It is easy to despair in times of tyranny, but it is much more productive to be politically and morally outraged and to draw upon such anger as a source of hope and action. Without hope even in the most dire of times, there is no possibility for resistance, dissent and struggle.  

A critical consciousness is the prerequisite for informed agency and hope is the basis for individual and collective resistance. Moreover, when combined with collective action, hope translates into a dynamic sense of possibility, enabling one to join with others for the long haul of fighting systemic forms of domination. Courage in the face of tyranny is a necessity and not an option and we can learn both from the past and the present about resistance movements and the power of civic courage and collective struggle and how such modes of resistance are emerging among a number of groups across a wide variety of landscapes.

What is crucial is the necessity of not facing such struggles alone, allowing ourselves to feel defeated in our isolation or giving in to the crippling neoliberal survival-of-the-fittest ethos that dominates everyday relations. Radical politics begins when one refuses to face one’s fate alone, learns about the workings and mechanisms of power, and rejects the dominant mantra of social isolation.  

There is strength in numbers. One of the most important things we can do to sustain a sense of courage and dignity is to imagine a new social order. That is, we must constantly work to revive a radical political imaginary by talking with others in order to rethink what a new politics and society would look like, one that is fundamentally anti-capitalist and dedicated to creating the conditions for new democratic political and social formations. This suggests creating new public spheres that make such a dialogue and notion of solidarity possible while simultaneously struggling against the forces that gave rise to Trump, particularly those that suggest that totalitarian forms are still with us.

As I have stressed, rethinking politics anew also suggests the possibility of building broad-based alliances in order to create a robust economic and political agenda that connects democracy with a serious effort to interrogate the sources and structures of inequality, racism and authoritarianism that now plague the United States.   This points to opening up new lines of understanding, dialogue and radical empathy. It means, as the philosopher George Yancy suggests, learning “how to love with courage.”

A nonviolent movement for democratic socialism does not need vanguards, political purity or the seductions of ideological orthodoxy. On the contrary, it needs an informed and energized politics without guarantees, one that is open to new ideas, self-reflection and understanding. Instead of ideologies of certainty, unchecked moralism and a politics of shaming, we need to understand the conditions that make it possible for people to internalize forms of domination, and that means interrogating forgotten histories and existing pedagogies of oppression. Recent polls indicate that two-thirds of Americans say this is the lowest point in American politics that they can recall. Such despair offers the possibility of a pedagogical intervention, one that provides a political opening to create a massive movement for organized struggle in the United States.

Rebecca Solnit has rightly argued that while we live in an age of despair, hope is a gift we that we cannot surrender because it amplifies the power of alternative visions, offers up stories in which we can imagine the unimaginable, enables people to “move from depression to outrage,” and positions people to take seriously what they are for and what they are against. This suggests trying to understand how the very processes of learning constitute the political mechanisms through which identities — individual and collective — are shaped, desired, mobilized and take on the worldly practices of autonomy, self-reflection and self-determination as part of a larger struggle for economic and social justice.   

First, it is crucial to develop a language in which it becomes possible to imagine a future much different from the present, one that refuses to privatize hope with a crude individualism. Second, it is crucial to develop a discourse of critique and possibility that rejects the ongoing normalizing of existing relations of domination and control while simultaneously repudiating the notion that capitalism and democracy are synonymous. It would be wise to heed the words of the late science-fiction visionary Ursula K. Le Guin when she wrote, “We live in capitalism. Its power seems inescapable. So did the divine right of kings. Nay, human power can be resisted and changed by human beings.”

Third, it is imperative to reject the notion that all problems are individual issues and can only be solved as a matter of individual action and responsibility. This is one of neoliberalism’s most powerful ideological tenets, working to make the personal the only politics that matters while detaching private troubles from the wider world. All three of these assumptions serve to depoliticize people and erase both what it means to make power visible and to organize collectively to address such problem. Fourth, there is a need, I believe, for a discourse that is both historical, relational and comprehensive. Memory matters both in terms of reclaiming lost narratives of struggle and for assessing visions, strategies and tactics that still hold enormous possibilities in the present.

Developing a relational discourse means connecting the dots around issues that are often viewed in isolated terms. For instance, one cannot study the attack on public schools and higher education as sutured internal issues that focus exclusively on the teaching methods and strategies. What is needed are analyses that link such attacks to the broader issue of inequality, the dynamics of casino capitalism and the pervasive racism active in promoting new forms of segregation both within and outside of schools.

A comprehensive politics is one that does at least two things. On the one hand, it tries to understand a plethora of problems from massive poverty to the despoiling of the planet within a broader understanding of politics. That is, it connects the dots among diverse forms of oppression. In this instance, the focus is on the totality of politics, one that focuses on the power relations of global capitalism, the rise of illiberal democracy, the archives of authoritarianism and the rise of financial capital. A totalizing view of oppression allows the development of a language that is capable of making visible the ideological and structural forces of the new forms of domination at work in the United States and across the globe. On the other hand, such a comprehensive understanding of politics makes it possible to bring together a range of crucial issues and movements so as to expand the range of oppressions while at the same time providing a common ground for these diverse groups to be able to work together in the interest of the common good and a broad struggle for democratic socialism.  

Finally, any viable language of emancipation needs to develop a discourse of what Ron Aronson calls social hope. He writes:

Social hope, the disposition to act collectively to change a situation, entails that we act not blindly but with a sense of possibility. The cold stream demands that we prepare ourselves and assess the conditions under which we are operating. The hope of social movements calls for objective, clearheaded organization and action, and an appreciation of the circumstances in which we may be successful. This realistic stream of hope mingles with the visionary stream that motivates us; without both, there is no hope. Hope uniquely combines our longing, our own real intention, and our sense of potency with real possibility, the subjective and the objective.

Aronson is right in arguing that naming what is wrong in a society is important but it is not enough, because such criticism can sometimes be overpowering and lead to a paralyzing despair or, even worse, a crippling cynicism. Hope speaks to imagining a life beyond capitalism, and combines a realistic sense of limits with a lofty vision of demanding the impossible. As Ariel Dorfman has argued, progressives need a language that is missing from our political vocabulary, one that insists that “alternative worlds are possible, that they are within reach if we’re courageous enough, and smart enough, and daring enough to take control of our own lives.” Reason, justice, and change cannot blossom without hope because educated hope taps into our deepest experiences and longing for a life of dignity with others, a life in which it becomes possible to imagine a future that does not mimic the present.

I am not referring to a romanticized and empty notion of hope, but to a notion of informed social hope that faces the concrete obstacles and realities of domination but continues the ongoing task of realizing a future in which matters of justice, equality, freedom and joy matter. Casino capitalism is a toxin that has created a predatory class of unethical zombies who are producing dead zones of the imagination and massive ecologies of immiseration that even George Orwell could not have envisioned, while waging a fierce fight against the possibilities of a democratic future.

The time has come to develop a political language in which civic values, social responsibility and the institutions that support them become central to invigorating and fortifying a new era of civic imagination, a renewed sense of social agency and an impassioned international social movement with a vision, organization and set of strategies to challenge the neoliberal nightmare engulfing the planet. Such a strategy would have to revive the radical imagination and the task of thinking about a future without capitalism and oppression; launch a comprehensive education program to provide alternative narratives, memories and histories that enable the capacities for informed judgment, ethical responsibilities and civic courage; and last but not least create those alternative public spheres where a new conversation can be opened up about the creation of a new progressive and socialist political formation. As Karl Marx said, there is nothing to lose but our chains.


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