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The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe. Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders.Rolands petersons de facto This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors.Rolands petersons de facto Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy.Rolands petersons de facto The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers.Rolands petersons de facto More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu.Rolands petersons de facto These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country.Rolands petersons de facto Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though.Rolands petersons de facto Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country. A successful start is taken after reconstruction The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well.Rolands petersons de facto After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.Rolands petersons de facto Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe. It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others. Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers.Rolands petersons de facto Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy. Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities.Rolands petersons de factoIt is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport. Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights. The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union, or may face serious travel problems.Rolands petersons de facto The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy.
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          Daily Current Affairs | 06- 11 - 18      Cache   Translate Page      
1. India announced that it would extend a USD 310 million loan to Zimbabwe to finance a rehabilitation project for a thermal power plant that would entail upgrading the station and extending its lifespan. 

भारत ने जिम्बाब्वे को एक बिजली संयंत्र की पुनर्वास परियोजना (पूरी तरह से चालू हालत में लाने) के लिये 31 करोड़ डॉलर का ऋण देने की घोषणा की। इसका इस्तेमाल संयंत्र के उन्नतिकरण और उसके जीवनचक्र को बढ़ाने में होगा। 

2. The prestigious IPI India Award for excellence in journalism has been given to Namrata Biji Ahuja of 'The Week' magazine this year. 

‘द वीक’ पत्रिका की वरिष्ठ पत्रकार नम्रता बिजी आहूजा को इस साल के इंटरनेशनल प्रेस इंस्टीट्यूट-इंडिया (आईपीआई-इंडिया) अवॉर्ड के लिए चुना गया है। 

3. Vice Admiral (retired) M P Avati, who commanded a naval unit of East Fleet (Eastern Fleet) in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, passed away. He was 91. 

साल 1971 के भारत-पाकिस्तान युद्ध में पूर्वी बेड़े (ईस्टर्न फ्लीट) की एक नौसैनिक इकाई की कमान संभालने वाले वाइस एडमिरल (अवकाशप्राप्त) एम पी अवती का निधन हो गया। वह 91 वर्ष के थे। 

4. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated the Signature Bridge over the Yamuna in the national capital Delhi. 

दिल्ली के मुख्यमंत्री अरविन्द केजरीवाल ने राजधानी दिल्ली में यमुना नदी पर नवनिर्मित सिग्नेचर ब्रिज का उद्घाटन किया। 

5. Russia's Karen Khachanov clinched the biggest win of his career with a 7-5, 6-4 upset of Novak Djokovic to claim the Paris Masters title. 

रूस के कैरेन खाचानोव ने रविवार को नोवाक जोकोविच को 7-5 6-4 से हराकर उलटफेर करते हुए पेरिस मास्टर्स टेनिस टूर्नामेंट का खिताब अपने नाम किया। 

6. Industrialist Mukesh Ambani is keen on the e-governance space and has set up a subsidiary company in the Northwestern European nation Estonia to get a grip on the solutions. 

उद्योगपति मुकेश अंबानी ने उत्तर-पश्चिमी यूरोपीय देश एस्तोनिया में एक संयुक्त कंपनी बनायी है जो इंटरनेट के जरिए लोगों तक सरकारी सेवाएं पहुंचाने के समाधान निकालने पर काम करेगी। 

7. Controversial Uzbek businessman Gafur Rakhimov was elected president of the International Boxing Association (AIBA). 

उज्बेकिस्तान के विवादास्पद व्यवसायी गाफूर राखिमोव को अंतरराष्ट्रीय मुक्केबाजी संघ का अध्यक्ष चुना गया। 
8. India and Zimbabwe have signed six agreements, including on mining, Information and communications technology (ICT), visa waiver and traditional medicine. 

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A month or so ago I was experiencing this point of being overwhelmed and like I was 'wanted' in so many directions... between getting a new puppy, how busy I was at work, continuing to maintain the house with the other cats and my partner, the daily responsibilities I have, I was feeling quite anxious and tense in seeing all the places "I was needed". And so I did some self-forgiveness to support myself in slowing down, stopping the energetic experience and to start seeing solutions. Enjoy!

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to feel I cannot control myself when I am being pulled in so many directions

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to feel as though I'm being bombarded from all angles in my environment and to exist within the thought, 'I can't take it'

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to experience myself as if I'm being pushed and pulled in all sorts of directions in my environment and to within this - feel like I cannot slow down, or manage all the points calling for my attention

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to experience myself as overwhelmed when there seem to be multiple points calling for my attention and to within this, feel as if there isn't enough of me - I don't have enough to give, and believe "I can only do so much"

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to want to take full responsibility for myself, for this life, and for all equally - but to within this, feel like I cannot even manage the few points in my reality that seem to be calling to me at the same time

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to just want to be left alone so I can have a moment to myself - thinking and believing there is too much being asked of me and I am only one person

I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to see, realize, and understand that what is here is in a dire situation and I must stand within myself absolutely stable to be able to direct myself and so this world as a reflection of myself - and to within this, I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to slow down as the points that come up for me to direct and instead respond automatically as if I cannot handle it and feel I must have a meltdown

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to want more responsibility but to then become agitated when that desire for responsibility is being challenged

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to want to 'do more' but when it comes down to it, I want to do more 'my way' wherein I don't have to take responsibility for anything else but myself

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to blame the points that call for my attention as if they are nagging and bombarding me instead of realizing it is a lot of commotion to get my attention

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not pay attention to what is here

I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to give direction within myself in relation to the energetic experiences and thoughts that support an idea of being overwhelmed and bombarded and spread too thin

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to feel like I can only take so much

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to think and believe I've been stretched too thin - in this implying I have not had a part in accepting and allowing it, and thus blame the external points that are stretching me too far

I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to utilize my own ability to stop and slow down in a moment - especially when I see a build up of energy that is accumulating fast as a reaction to all the points calling for my attention at once

When and as I see myself reacting to points outside of me that seem to be calling for me to pay attention, I stop and I breathe. I see, realize, and understand that to react to what is here calling my attention is to miss the very point of WHAT IS HERE and IS calling my attention and so perhaps miss an opportunity to direct, learn, grow, and change and so I commit myself to stop resisting reality as reacting to the external points in my environment asking for my attention and to rather stop and see, look and investigate, ask and understand what is here for me - what is needing my attention?

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I commit myself to practice embracing responsibility rather than reacting to it

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I commit myself to breathe more in these moments

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Inside Russia’s conspiracy machine, things are more complicated than they seem. A new book demonstrates the pitfalls of conspiracy thinking.

April 2016: journalists at a Moscow newspaper watch "Direct Line with Vladimir Putin". Photo: Aleksandr Vilf / VisualRIAN. All rights reserved.

A review of Fortress Russia: Conspiracy Theories in the Post-Soviet World by Ilya Yablokov.

Ilya Yablokov’s Fortress Russia: Conspiracy Theories in the Post-Soviet World is a solid and illuminating piece of scholarship. Based on the author’s PhD dissertation, this book investigates the role, scope, uses and implications of conspiracy theories in post-Soviet Russia. Tracing the origins of Russian conspiracy theories back to the Crimean War in 1853-1856, Yablokov investigates the evolution of conspiratorial thinking in Russia’s Imperial and Soviet periods and, finally, turns to his ultimate goal: the uses of conspiracy theories in post-Soviet Russia.

Yablokov shows convincingly that instead of being primarily a grassroots phenomena as in case of the US, the capital of conspiratorial culture, in post-Soviet Russia, conspiracy theories exist in a complex political environment with many participants: grassroots activists, public intellectuals, as well as journalists, politicians, members of legislative and executive branches of the government. After Boris Yeltsin came to power in the 1990s, conspiracy theories were widely employed by the opposition to Yeltsin’s regime. The adversaries of Russia’s first independent president interpreted the collapse of the Soviet Union as a planned action envisioned by the West – and executed by the corrupt Soviet elite and predatory opposition.

However, after Putin’s rise to power, these theories migrated to another layer of political life. Putin’s government turned them into a vital instrument for mobilising supporters and discrediting opponents. This shift was closely associated with a number of Russian political technologists and politicians, such as Gleb Pavlovsky, chief of the pro-Kremlin Foundation for Effective Politics, and Vladislav Surkov, First Deputy Chief of Presidential Administration, who crafted conceptual framework underlying the new regime and developed a network of pro-Kremlin public intellectuals, educational programmes and publishing houses. Having moved from the bottom-up to the top-down level, conspiratorial thinking also migrated from the margins of Russia’s public sphere to the very core of the country’s political discourse – especially after the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2013-2014.

Conspiratorial thinking migrated from the margins of Russia’s public sphere to the very core of the country’s political discourse – especially after the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2013-2014

Yablokov exceeds in detailing the particular exchanges of conspiracy arguments between elites and the technology of their dissemination. It is common knowledge that conspiracy theories have become an important tool for the Putin regime, but the technology behind their dissemination isn’t.

Here is an example of a specific case Yablokov describes. In December 2006, state-owned newspaper Rossiiskaia Gazeta published an interview with Boris Ratnikov, a former general of Russia’s Federal Guard Service, in which he claimed that former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright thought that mankind should distribute Russia’s rich natural resources under the control of the US. In 2007, this particular idea was further developed during a presidential press conference, when a worker from Novosibirsk Alexander Sibert asked Putin a question on this topic. Since all questions are planned in advance during these events, it is logical to assume that this reiteration of Ratnikov’s theory was a part of the government’s anti-Western propaganda campaign during Russia’s 2007 parliamentary elections. In 2014, the “Ratnikov-Sibert theory” was reiterated by Putin, though both Ratnikov and Sibert denied that Albright made this statement.

Boris Ratnikov. Source: YouTube. This exchange demonstrates the way the system works: first, pro-regime politicians or intellectuals launch conspiracy theory in the public sphere. Second, it is mobilised by the regime as a resource to convince supporters and discredit opponents. At the same time, the regime denies its authorship of the theory to avoid responsibility. Rather than referring to anecdotal evidence, Yablokov uses the Ratnikov-Sibert case and many others to build a robust and comprehensive picture of the way the Kremlin’s intellectual and propaganda machinery functions.

Yablokov’s research also shows good ideological analysis. It clearly and vividly depicts how the Kremlin’s intellectual framework has undergone major ideological shifts since the 1990s. From its inability to establish intellectual hegemony in the 1990s to the “Putin majority” of the 2000s; from the clear ideological divide between pro-Soviet and anti-Soviet forces to reconciliation with the Stalinist past; from the Soviet vision of the West as an enemy to Surkov’s vision of the West as a competitor – all these tectonic changes in the regime’s intellectual foundations are carefully analysed and theorised. Moreover, the elite and pro-Kremlin networks producing and conveying these ideas are not depicted as a monolithic whole. Instead, Yablokov builds a complex picture, identifying tensions, disagreements and conflicts. Sometimes, the Kremlin authorises the use of conspiracy theories, but distances itself from them – as in the case of Ratnikov. Sometimes, particular elites and intellectuals, such as Alexander Dugin and Sergey Glazyev, become silenced or ousted because they are “too excessively devoted to conspiracies to be part of the rational and cynical Russian politics.”

The arguments mentioned above demonstrate the strong side of the book – given this analysis, it is a worthy read. However, there are some points that lack empirical confirmation and theoretical clarity which I want to point out. Some of them are shortcomings of the book. In this case, they indicate common theoretical and methodological problems associated with the analysis of post-Soviet reality rather than personal or intellectual flaws of the author. Some are, rather, possible avenues for further research absent in contemporary public and academic debate but still essential.

Methodological remarks

Despite the book’s informative and illuminating argument, there are still some shortcomings that should be addressed. First of all, Yablokov’s analysis of the uses of conspiracy theories is often based on hypotheses and can hardly be fully confirmed empirically. This problem is related to the limits of the method selected for the analysis and cannot be resolved in the conceptual analysis based on the publicly available sources presented in the book. My comments are therefore a suggestion for further research rather than criticism.

It is not sufficiently clear what the nature of the links between different agents involved in Russia’s conspiracy machine is. For instance, in 2007, the Russian publishing house Evropa, which is associated with political technologist Gleb Pavlovsky, published the book Vragi Putina (Putin’s Enemies) as part of an effort to provide Putin with intellectual support and discredit his opponents. Later that year, Putin addressed his supporters during a mass rally held at the Luzhniki stadium. Here, he repeated arguments from the book “almost word for word” in Yablokov’s view. The author concludes that “since the book had been published before the rally, these parallels demonstrate a close relationship between Putin’s speechwriters and the ideas elaborated by the pro-Kremlin spin doctors” (p. 148). Similarly, in 2005, Vladislav Surkov gave a speech at a closed association of Russian businessmen in which he prioritised the creation of a “sovereign democracy” in Russia. A few weeks before that, Putin mentioned that the collapse of the Soviet Union is a “major geopolitical disaster.”

Vladislav Surkov, 2010. Photo CC BY 4.0: Kremlin.ru / Wikipedia. Some rights reserved. On this, Yablokov concludes: “the articulation of these two ideas in such a short space of time demonstrates growing concern among political elites at this time about social cohesion” (p. 7). These conclusions based on indirect evidence, such as proximity in time, are common in the book and are, in nature, educated guesses: they do not guarantee that the link exists. To build a more convincing empirical foundation for the argument, the author would need to triangulate data and draw on a more wide variety of sources, including expert interviews and, in the best case scenario, interviews with people who were or are close to the Russian presidential administration.

This purely external view of the conspiratorial machine narrows the picture and prevents us from analysing essential and yet unseen mechanisms. Who has the agency in this complicated alliance – the executive branch or Kremlin-affiliated intellectuals? Did people like Pavlovsky or Surkov come up with their ideas because they were asked to, or were the concepts introduced based on their initiative and then taken up by the executive? To what extent did the executive constrain them?

Consider the following example. In 2014, Russian independent magazine Colta published a number of anonymous interviews with employees of Russian TV channels, detailing the way the propaganda machinery works. What was clear from these interview is that in the beginning of the Ukraine conflict in 2014, Russian TV channels were being managed manually by members of the Presidential Administration. As one of the interviewees notes, even the use of particular phrases (such as “junta”, “Banderites”, “ukropi”) was coordinated personally by press secretary Dmitry Peskov at weekly meetings. In contrast, anonymous interviews with employees of Russian TV channels published by independent magazine The Insider in 2017 tells an entirely different story.

In 2017, there was no manual control anymore. There were “curators” who were supposed to control journalists, TV anchors and managers of TV channels, but employees managed themselves according to implicit, but clear and intuitive “internal rules”. These rules dictated the understanding of what the Presidential Administration expects them to do – they became a part of the journalistic routine. If this assumption is correct, then we witnessed a tremendous change in the way the Russian propaganda machine, including conspiracy theories and theorists, operates. Instead of being piloted manually, this machine became autonomous. It is clear that the analysis of such issues requires different methods, such as personal interviews, and it is tough and potentially dangerous to find insiders in the administration and TV channels who could and would willing to provide such details. However, given the topic of Yablokov’s analysis, it would greatly complement the purely external analysis of the way Russia’s conspiratorial/propagandist apparatus functions and would allow building more stereoscopic multidimensional picture.

Do we actually study conspiracy theories?

An excellent analysis of the uses of conspiracy theories, Yablokov’s research also lacks the depth of theoretical, empirical and comparative study of conspiracy theories themselves. Conspiracy theories in the book are rather considered as frames used to mobilise supporters and discredit opponents at particular moments.

In terms of data, the in-depth analysis of conspiracy theories themselves is somewhat limited compared to the circumstances surrounding them. Being stripped of specific conspiracy theories used as examples, the text would still have a coherent argument. It considers the main events in post-Soviet Russian history, the main actors involved and would be a legitimate example of political history/political science analysis of post-Soviet Russia. Collecting data for his book about conspiracy theories, Eliot Borenstein set up a website, Plots Against Russia. The analysis is yet to be done, but Borenstein’s archive represents a systematic effort to collect conspiracy theories in post-Soviet Russia. Yablokov’s research would also benefit from this kind of systematic basis.

Regarding theory, a few theoretical remarks about conspiracy theories are limited to brief mentions of scholars like Ernesto Laclau, Michael Foucault, and others, and theorise very general features not specific to conspiracy theories, such as the intersection of knowledge and power and Lacan-based linguistic rules of organising the political subject. The author gives an impression that the argument will not suffer much if it is stripped of the theoretical framework.

Conspiracy theories worldwide

Concerning comparative analysis, the author does not put Russia’s conspiracy machine into an international perspective. (In fact, the post-Soviet World mentioned in the title is not discussed in the book at all: the analysis is limited to Russia.) Although Yablokov frequently cites scholars of conspiracy theories in the West, his main conclusion is limited to the fact that conspiracy theories in Russia are initiated from above as compared to the grassroots nature of western conspiracy theories. This argument is illuminating. Yet the book and our understanding of the subject would benefit from a more fundamental comparison. According to the author, the way “the Russian political and intellectual elites have made use of conspiracy theories in the new millennium show how they can be imported from, and, later, exported to, other countries”. However, the analysis of how they are exported, adjusted and reinterpreted is limited to a few remarks about the particular conspiracy theory about “the New World Order.”

Perhaps, a more systematic comparison would yield interesting results. For instance, in his book on Russia’s post-colonial identity, Viatcheslav Morozov argues that Russia is a subaltern empire: Russia is a subaltern in relationships with the West, and yet has to borrow the western language of the rule of law and democracy because it does not have its own language of self-description. Other scholars show that Putin’s regime increasingly relies on Western far-right to build legitimacy in the eyes of both domestic population and international audiences. Being transported to Russia, do Western conspiracy theories dictate the shape and content of their Russian variations? Or they are instead entirely reshaped to fit local political narratives? The way imported conspiracy theories are reshaped to fit local narrative would give us a better understanding of the local political environment.

Putting Russia in the international perspective is essential for understanding the global political process, not only Russian specifics

Moreover, after the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2013 and the 2016 US presidential election, the use of conspiratorial thinking and arguments has become increasingly popular around the world. In the Baltic States, the topic of Russian influence is instrumentalised by domestic elites to achieve political goals. As Russian journalist Alexey Kovalev argues in a 2017 discussion about the effects of Russian propaganda outside Russia, in the Baltic States “more people are reading articles about the danger of Russian propaganda than are reading the propaganda itself”. Vytautas Bruveris, a Lithuanian journalist, continues: “(Russian propaganda) has become a convenient way for western political elites to discount their own failures, crises and impotence.” Finally, in this same discussion, journalist and analyst Vladimir Soloviev argues that “rebroadcasting this notorious ‘propaganda’” has become a means to keep audiences engaged and earn money in Moldova.

Similarly, after the 2016 US presidential elections, the alleged link to Russia has become an important trope used in political debate to deal with dissent in the US. “Russia” is a codename for “Donald Trump” for American liberals, as brilliantly noted by Ivan Krastev. These arguments do not belittle the authoritarian nature of Putin’s regime. They demonstrate that conspiracy theories in public discourse have become a common tactic. This pattern should be studied as a whole: putting Russia in the international perspective is essential for understanding the global political process, not only Russian specifics.

Political context

There are several inaccuracies and missing events that slightly weaken the book’s argument. First of all, Yablokov is interested in how conspiracy theories are employed and used to legitimise or induce conservative social change. For instance, quoting other scholars, the author argues that “Putin’s remark that the Internet was a ‘CIA project’ served to kick-start the Kremlin’s offensive against the Internet industry” (p. 184). Similarly, conspiracy theories were “the starting point for this new round of legislative amendments” intended to repress independent NGOs in 2015 (p. 184). These connections are hypothesised rather than proven: Yablokov did not conduct interviews with people involved in decision-making who would indicate that repressive legislation resulted from conspiracy theories; similarly, there are no publicly available documents indicating that conspiracy theories are the reason for this particular piece of legislation. However, there are other cases not mentioned in this book where this link is clear.

For instance, in 2012, Russian channel NTV released “The Anatomy of Protest”, a documentary film consisting of pro-government conspiracy theories about the 2011-2012 Russian protests. The film, produced by journalist Arkady Mamontov, provoked a wide controversy but did not lead to any actions by the government. However, a second “Anatomy of Protest” released later that year directly led to the actions taken by the Russian Prosecutor General. Based on conspiracy theories in this film, the Prosecutor General launched an investigation resulting in the criminal charges against three important left-wing opposition leaders – Sergey Udaltsov, Konstantin Lebedev and Leonid Razvozhaev. All three were found guilty. Unlike in the cases of NGO and the Internet, in the Udaltsov-Razvozhaev-Lebedev case, conspiracy theories were directly used as evidence for criminal charges.

Further, Yablokov’s analysis inaccurately depicts the context around the idea of the “Putin majority” in 2011-2012. In one of the chapters, Yablokov analyses the 2011-2012 post-election protests and the regime’s reaction to it. In particular, he argues that Kremlin attempted to construct the concept of a “Putin majority”, representing “the majority of the Russian people, who opposed the minority of ‘dissatisfied Muscovites’” (p. 162).

As it follows from Yablokov’s analysis, this conceptual figure of a majority was constructed and promoted by pro-Kremlin media, spin doctors and regime-affiliated intellectuals only. This is not accurate. As researcher Ilya Matveev shows in his analysis, many prominent intellectuals in the 2011-2012 protest movement, such as Dmitry Olshansky, Andrey Loshak and others, reproduced this discourse. Matveev concludes that liberal intellectuals “accept the rules of the polemics forced on them by the Kremlin and to treat the image of the ‘people’ created by the Kremlin as an accurate reflection of the ‘people’ they write about themselves. In this culture war, the two sides are fueling each other’s cause.”

This particular inaccuracy is indicative of a more general flaw. In Yablokov’s narrative, there are three distinct forces involved in the process of production, distribution and consumption of conspiracy theories: the elite, oppositional intellectuals and the general public. Yablokov gives a nuanced and stereoscopic view of the first group: the executive branch does not coincide with pro-Kremlin intellectuals; they do not always agree, sometimes have conflicts, and the relationships between them are structured in a complicated way. However, the public and the opposition seem to be depicted as monolithic wholes.

As Ilya Mateev demonstrates, the Russian opposition is unevenly structured too. Some of them tend to accept Kremlin narratives depending on their social position, some of them do not. Do they share conspiracy theories? What conspiracy theories do they share and why? This kind of multi-actor analysis of production and dissemination is necessary for building a more realistic argument, and yet it remains absent.

Persuasion, elite discourse and public opinion

The Russian public also remains the weak link of the book. Yablokov extensively relies on polling data as a self-evident source of evidence and positive conclusions that the conspiracy theories disseminated by Kremlin and Kremlin-sympathetic networks did or do work. According to the author, conspiracy theories are used by the regime to achieve national cohesion, gather support and discredit opponents; all these goals are achieved with varying degrees of success depending on particular periods and circumstances. Yet there is no way to establish whether conspiracy theories speak to Russian public given contemporary Russian circumstances.

The Levada Center data frequently cited by Yablokov as evidence is not credible due to certain methodological and theoretical problems. Indeed, there are problems associated with public opinion research in authoritarian regimes and post-Soviet society. For many Russian citizens, pollsters represent an opportunity to reach the government with their complaints and requests, which biases results. Also, given the dramatically low response rate to surveys in Russia, it is safe to assume that most people who refuse to answer interviewers’ questions are dissatisfied and have political reasons to be so. As a result, they are not detected by pollsters.This phenomenon is also known as “preference falsification” and is extensively studied in political science.

For many Russian citizens, pollsters represent an opportunity to reach the government with their complaints and requests, which biases results

Likewise, there is an authoritative and long-standing theoretical tradition in the field of political communication which questions the idea of asking questions and accepting responses at face value regardless of particular political context. Based on dual theories of cognition backed by solid experimental data, scholars in political communication have found that the opinion formation process is very much dependent on a wide number of factors, such as political knowledge, context, distance of events. For the majority of people not interested in politics, an individual’s opinion and perception of politics is a product of a complicated machinery of tricks used to ease one’s cognitive load and arrive at a conclusion without effort.

US sociologist John Mueller ironically summarises the difficulty of polling people in the context of fluctuating opinion:

“The respondent, on his doorstep or in his living room, is barraged with a set of questions on a wide variety of subjects (…) aware that their views are being preserved for the ages, they do not wish to appear unprepared at that moment. Under these circumstances, it is not surprising to find respondents pontificating in a seemingly authoritative, if basically ‘truthful’, manner on subjects about which they know nothing or to which they have never given any thought whatsoever”.

The analysis of public opinion in all its complexity using quantitative data would require theoretical and methodological resources that Russian pollsters do not possess. When qualitative data is used, the results are very different. For instance, Ellen Mickiewicz shows that instead of being convinced by the state agenda, Russian TV viewers in the 2000s were highly skilled at processing media messages critically and identifying persuasive intent. My research shows a similar picture in the context of the Russia-Ukraine conflict: when Russian TV viewers are involved in discussion, their opinions are far from being shaped by Kremlin discourse. Also, the intensity and duration of media campaigns are crucially important when trying to understand the effect elite discourse has on the public. After several years of aggressive political propaganda, Russian TV viewers are very tired of negative reporting which makes them even more critical. These findings go in line with quantitative data indicating the decrease of popularity of TV channels due to their focus on the Ukrainian conflict. Russian viewers’ reactions to TV propaganda today is not the same as their reaction to TV propaganda before the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

The Crimea Consensus has been generated largely through propaganda. Photo: Yaghobzadeh Rafael / ABACA / PA Images. All rights reserved.All these complexities mean that Yablokov should at least say that the Kremlin attempts to shape public opinion instead of claiming that “the Vesti nedeli reports became a powerful political instrument in shaping domestic public opinion” (p. 179) or “the call to rally round ‘Putin’s flag’ was strong enough to guarantee the success of the ruling party” (p. 180). At best, we need resources, expertise, theoretical and methodological innovation to build institutions capable of supplying the public and researches with reliable data about public opinion.

Theories of everyday life

Even if we assume that conspiracy theories have a profound effect on Russian audience (which, again, is a problematic statement at the very least), it probably won’t be the theories voiced by Vladislav Surkov or Arkady Mamontov. Yablokov’s research is focused on spokespersons of the regime, while he ignores the vast majority of conspiracy theories in culture and entertainment which are in more immediate proximity for most people in Russia. In his chronicle of the work in Russia as a TV producer, Peter Pomerantsev argues that in the early 2000s the Kremlin realised that the main mistake of Soviet TV was that it was “dull”. The task was, then, “to synthesise Soviet control with Western entertainment”.

Pomerantsev’s work itself is prone to generalisations about audiences and media which are not always grounded in evidence. However, this point is a reasonable one. Given the fact that entertainment is the primary type of media content consumed by most audiences and the fact that conspiracy theories are produced en masse by popular TV shows such as “Voennaya Taina” (Military Secret) and “Sovershenno Sekretno” (Top Secret) on NTV, it is logical to analyse these theories that are instead a part of entertainment/everyday life rather than official political discourse. If we assume that conspiracy theories have a substantial effect on audiences, these everyday life theories may work as a source of conspiracy theories for the general public or a background for amplifying the impact of official political conspiracy theories.

I want to reiterate here: in some cases, I refer to the shortcomings and flaws of the book; yet, in most cases, I instead suggest possible avenues for further research. As such, Yablokov’s book is an interesting, informative and illuminating read. It presents a complicated and convincing picture of an important phenomenon that is rarely analysed in public and academic discourse about Russia beyond anecdotal evidence.

 

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As well as receiving cash prizes, winners will have their work exhibited at the Tallinn Biennale between 11 September and 3 November 2019.

“The pursuit of beauty has ceased to exist as a leading generator in architectural design,” say event organisers. “[Beauty] makes us not only happier, but healthier. It is the architects’ creative role to bring new beauties to cities by substituting alienation with a wider palette of emotional involvement.”

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Bocoran mengenai smartphone ini pertama kali diunggah oleh OnLeaks dan 91Mobiles. Dalam unggahan tersebut, wajah utuh Nokia 9 diperlihatkan dengan jelas.

Dikutip dari Android Authority, Rabu (7/11/2018), tampilan ini juga menunjukkan lima kamera utama yang disebut-sebut akan diusung oleh Nokia.

Secara garis besar, tampilan ini mirip dengan bocoran gambar Nokia 9 yang sebelumnya sempat beredar. Selain lima lensa, disematkan pula LED flash dan sensor hitam misterius di belakang bodi.

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Sementara, dua lensa lain kemungkinan besar merupakan lensa monokrom atau sensor depth field. Dalam laporan terbaru, kode nama smartphone ini juga berhasil terungkap.

Data terbaru yang diketahui dari situs resmi HMD Global, Nokia 9 Pureview dikenal dengan nama 'Olympic'. Penamaan ini diperkirakan terinspirasi simbol Olimpiade yanng terdiri dari lima cincin serupa dengan jumlah kamera Nokia 9.

Sebagai tambahan, flagship smartphone tersebut akan menjalankan Android 9 Pie lengkap dengan patch keamanan bulan November.

Kabarnya, Nokia 9 akan diperkenalkan akhir tahun ini, tetapi HMD memutuskan untuk menundanya hingga awal 2019.

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Karena itu, mereka juga akan menggandeng pusat riset dan pengembangan Foxconn demi memantapkan konsep ini.

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Adapun kehadiran smartphone itu diketahui dari program yang digelar di situs Samsung Latvia dan Estonia. Hingga sekarang belum dapat diketahui mengapa Samsung menyertakan Nokia 9, mengingat perangkat itu sebenarnya belum dirilis.

Terlepas dari hal tersebut, sebenarnya pola smartphone Nokia memang mudah ditebak, sehingga dapat diprediksi nama dari model selanjutnya. Kendati demikian, masih perlu menunggu pengumuman resmi dari HMD Global terkait kehadiran smartphone ini.

Sekadar informasi, Nokia 9 sendiri dipastikan masih akan menjadi model premium dari HMD Global untuk tahun ini. Perangkat ini akan memiliki kemampuan lebih baik ketimbang Nokia 8 Sirocco.

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Towns and Cities (마을과 도시)글의 해석본입니다.

(원문 보러가기)

 

제작자의 의도와 다르거나 오역/잘못된 부분이 있을 수 있습니다.

 

 

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발트해를 에워싼 나라에는 아름다운 해안선, 숲 그리고 산이 다수 존재합니다.

그리고 이곳에는 고래, 사슴 그리고 늑대와 같은 다양한 야생동물이 서식하기도 하지만, 이는 이곳에서만 볼 수 있는 희귀종은 아닙니다.

발트해 연안의 인구수는 약 8,500만 명으로 다양한 환경, 문화 그리고 국적을 가진 사람들로 구성되어있습니다.

 

이번 글에서는 곧 출시될 '발트해의 저편 DLC ('Beyond The Baltic Sea DLC)'에 포함되는 국가의 도시, 마을 그리고 시골에 초점을 맞추려 합니다.

 

 

 

 

 

#.1

루터교회 / 에스토니아 타르투

(Peetri kirik, Tartu, Estonia)

 

 

'발트해의 저편 DLC'에는 새롭고 다양한 많은 도시가 존재합니다.

여러분은 크고 잘 발전된 대도시를 탐색하거나 규모가 작지만 오래된 마을에 가볼 수도 있습니다.

이 모든 도시는 수작업을 통해 제작되었으며 무수히 많은 유명 랜드마크, 사적지 등이 존재합니다!

만약 여러분이 국경을 넘어가게 된다면 가급적 천천히 주행하며 우리의 유능한 팀이 제작한 다양한 것들을 꼼꼼하게 살펴봐 주시기를 바랍니다.

우리는 곧 출시될 지도 확장 DLC에 대한 커뮤니티의 기대에 부응하기 위해 새로운 프리뷰 이미지를 여러분께 공개하게 된 것을 기쁘게 생각합니다!

 

 

 

 

 

#.2

탈린 공항 / 에스토니아 탈린

(Tallinn airport, Estonia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.3

에스토니아 탈린

(Tallinn, Estonia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.4

루가 / 러시아

Луга (Luga), Russia

 

 

 

 

 

#.5

리투아니아 클라이페다

(Klaipėda, Lithuania)

 

 

 

 

 

#.6

비즈니스 센터 / 리투아니아 카우나스

(Buisines center, Kaunas, Lithuania)

 

 

 

 

 

#.7

엔들라 극장 / 에스토니아 패르누

(Endla teater, Pärnu, Estonia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.8

기념 조형물 / 러시아

(Some kind of monument in Russia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.9

감리교회 / 에스토니아 탈린

(Metodisti kirik, Tallinn, Estonia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.10

레제크네 대성당 / 라트비아 레제크네

(Rēzekne cathedral, Rēzekne, Latvia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.11

 

 

 

 

 

#.12

라트비아 벤츠필스

(Ventspils, Latvia)

 

 

 

 

 

#.13

낙하산병 기념 조형물 / 러시아 프스코프

(Monument to paratroopers, Псков (Pskov), Russia)

 

 

 

 

 

:: 발트해의 저편 DLC 찜 하러 가기 ::

 

 

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아메리칸 트럭 시뮬레이터의 새 트럭인 볼보 VNL이 발표된 데 이어 이번에는

유로 트럭 시뮬레이터2의 새로운 DLC인 '발트해의 저편 DLC'와 관련된 글이 올라왔습니다.

(스크린샷 아래 주석은 공식 블로그 댓글을 참고하여 붙여놓은 것입니다)

 

문화나 역사와 관련된 랜드마크가 주를 이루는 이번 DLC는 관광지가 주를 이루는 서유럽과는 또 다른 분위기로 다가옵니다.

 

이제 발트해의 저편 DLC의 출시가 머지않은 것 같은데, 새로운 DLC를 접하기 전에 어디부터 구경하러 갈지 계획을 세워보는 것도 나쁘지 않을 것 같습니다.

 


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10 Extreme and Unusual Elevators Around the Globe
By Christopher Stephens,
Toptenz, 5 November 2018.

Elevators. These vertical transport machines in buildings worldwide might seem mundane, but certain elevators cross the bounds into the extreme by their sheer exceptionality. In this account, discover the 10 most noteworthy elevators constructed worldwide, ranging from a lift inside a giant aquarium, an elevator that crawls up the world’s largest dome, and the fastest elevators in operation…

10. AquaDom


The AquaDom in Berlin, Germany is something that must be seen or, better yet, experienced to be believed. This elevator is a lift that rises up through an absolutely gigantic indoor, cylindrical aquarium filled with live fish in the DomAquarée complex. The AquaDom structure itself is in a hotel within the complex, while other elements of the complex include offices, a restaurant, a museum, and a more traditional aquarium. The tallest free-standing aquarium in the world with a tank height of 52 feet on top of a 30-foot base, the AquaDom is defined by an elevator that travels through the tank and offers incredible views of bony fish, cartilaginous fish, and marine invertebrates.

The huge tank is formed from acrylic, the product of American company International Concept Management Inc. Construction of the outside of the giant water-holding structure was formed from 12 panels, while the elevator-holding tube was formed from three parts joined together. Home to 50 types of fish, the aquarium measures approximately 36 feet in diameter. The water-holding capacity of the tank through which the elevator travels is 260,000 US gallons. At the top of the AquaDom, a walkway extends horizontally to top floors.

9. Oregon City Municipal Elevator


You might have read A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, but the case of Oregon City is the tale of one city, but with two very distinct geographic levels, and it might not be something with which you’re as familiar. In the early years of Oregon City, the majority of the city was built on low elevation land close to the Willamette River. Growth led to more construction onto a large bluff. Eventually, a plan was hatched to create an outdoor elevator linking the two disparately elevated neighborhoods. An initial 1912 vote failed, but subsequent reconsideration later that year garnered enough votes to pass. The project was then opposed by blufftop residents, especially one who refused to provide access land, eventually losing to the city in a Supreme Court case.

The remarkable Oregon City Municipal Elevator stands cliffside and rises 130 feet. The tower looks like a concrete tube with an observation deck near the top that’s reminiscent of the stereotypical UFO shape seen in popular flying saucer depictions. Linking the two neighborhoods at different heights, the bizarre structure is the only outdoor municipal elevator in the United States. The original water-powered elevator was built in 1915, while the current elevator was built from 1954-1955. The elevator is free to the public to use, but as there is an operator, hours are subject to some limitations. Fortunately for travelers, the hours of service are generous.

8. Bailong Elevator


China is home to some of the most impressive works of engineering on the planet. The diverse landscapes of China also host stunning natural scenery, characterized by extreme mountain landscapes complete with gigantic stone spires and sheer cliff walls rising hundreds of feet. Where these two natural elements combine, some modern wonders of engineering and outdoor attractions can be found. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China, with its towering cliffs, is home to a stunning modern work of engineering and innovation that ranks highly among the world’s extreme elevators. The Bailong (Meaning “One Hundred Dragons”) Elevator is a glass elevator that holds the Guinness World Record for highest outdoor lift on the planet.

Ascending to a height of 1,070 feet, the elevator rises against massive sandstone cliffs that define the extreme geology and geography of the park. The lift offers unbelievable views of the surrounding mountains, spires, and cliffs, contrasting towering natural stone pillars with lush broadleaf forest. In such a rugged natural landscape in a country with a number of active seismic zones, concern over natural disasters presents a subject of consideration. One comfort is that earthquake sensors are part of the design of the infrastructure for the Bailong Elevator.

7. Hammetschwand


Switzerland is known for its castles and mountains, and now you can also know about the remarkable outdoor elevator close to Lake Lucerne. Near the northern boundaries of the Swiss Alps stands the imposing mountain Bürgenstock, jutting into the lake. Standing 3,658 feet above sea level, the horn-like mountain boasts an expansive plateau, plus a nearly vertical north face that plunges into Lake Lucerne below. At the top section of this impressive stepped cliff is an outdoor elevator remarkable in its height, construction, and location, known as the Hammetschwand Lift. A castle turret-like peak marks the top of an awesome elevator that’s 502 feet tall. The elevator connects a stony path on Bürgenstock to the top lookout point known as the Hammetschwand.

Despite its remarkable engineering and such difficult natural surroundings, the Hammetschwand Lift is not at all new. Rather incredibly, the structure was built in 1905, with subsequent equipment overhauls to modernize the lift service. Talk about early advancement! This amazing structure is Europe’s tallest outdoor elevator, and the 502-foot ride in the Hammetschwand Lift is exceptionally fast for such a conveyance. It takes less than a single minute to get to the top, where views of Lake Lucerne and the Alps are appreciated from the lookout point and the bridge that connects the lift tower to the cliffside lookout.

6. Andrew Walker’s Bottomless Elevator Illusion

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British artist Andrew Walker is known for his interesting projects and unusual creative designs, but his work took a rather terrifying elevator-related turn when he created a promotional piece that was installed in an elevator at the Southside Wandsworth Shopping Centre located in London’s Wandsworth Town. The work featured the illusion of a gaping hole taking up most of the elevator floor, even depicting the empty shaft below. Ragged edges completed the stunning - but admittedly terrifying - illusion. And what was being promoted? A subterranean ride.

The jagged edges and missing floor view even replicated operational equipment expected to be found in an elevator shaft, while a warning sign in the shaft was even depicted. The shocking graphic surprised many who opened the elevator door to find the hole in the lift floor. While the stunt was admittedly very creative, one might wonder if there might be some risks of unintended consequences. For example, what if someone was so startled that they froze and got hit by the door? Another possibility worth considering would be whether someone could be so badly startled by the bottomless elevator that they could suffer a heart attack or other related medical emergency.

5. Skyview Elevator


An elevator, in our typical perception, is a lift that helps us travel in a direction that’s simply perpendicular to the ground; straight up, or straight back down to ground floor. But the geometry of how an elevator functions may be markedly different from popular concepts of what an elevator is, in fact. One of the most bizarre and unique elevators in the world is located in Stockholm, Sweden and astounds the first-time viewer - and especially the first time rider - by traveling on a simply incredible curved path. The geometry of the Skyview Elevator presents a complete departure from our standard mental image of an elevator in operation.

The Skyview elevator system consists of two separate glass-paned gondolas, which are themselves spherically shaped. The two spheres then crawl in an arc along tracks extending from the base to the summit of the gigantic, round, and aptly named Globen Arena. The Globen Arena is the largest spherical building on the planet. Upon reaching the top, the elevator gondolas will have reached 425 feet above sea level. The result is two tiny, glass-windowed spheres crawling up the side of an immense sphere. The shapes match in harmony, while the contrast in size between the little traveling spheres and the “host” sphere is enormous.

4. Shanghai Tower Elevator


Waiting for an elevator to come in the first floor may be tiresome. Once on the elevator, the ride may take some time before you get you to your destination. However, in an interesting evolution of architecture and engineering, as buildings get taller, elevators have been getting faster and faster. The spectacular Shanghai Tower is a building measuring 2,073-feet, 5-inches tall. The giant tower, with its unusual twisting shape, holds not only the world record for having the world’s highest observation deck in any built structure, but also contains three high-speed elevators that hold the Guinness World Record for being the world’s fastest elevators.

Engineered to precision with high power and efficiency, the super lifts of Shanghai Tower are capable of reaching maximum speeds of 45.8 miles-per-hour. The high-speed lifts travels to a height of 121 stories in the tower, offering riders a bold rush to dizzying heights. Video screens track progress between floors. The regular elevator runs in the building are still blindingly fast at 40 miles-per-hour, but the 45.8 MPH rides are performed with an onboard operating technician from Mitsubishi Electric, the company that built the record-holding elevator system.

3. Gateway Arch Elevator


Remarkable structures require equally complicated and advanced elevator systems to handle the heights and challenging routes they may present. In St. Louis, Missouri stands the tallest arch on the planet, the 630-foot-tall Gateway Arch. Constructed primarily out of stainless steel and concrete with numerous observation windows present, the towering Gateway Arch is also the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere. From the outside, the inverted U-shaped arch - which tapers notably from the base - does not look like an accessible building. However, visitor access is a defining characteristic of the arch, which is both a stunning monument to view from the outside and a structure offering a vantage point at an incredible height.

Bringing visitors to the top of the Gateway Arch is a tram-like elevator system some might call claustrophobia-inducing, taking visitors to the narrow but window-filled observation deck at the structure’s vertex. The viewing deck of the arch is a shockingly compact space, yet the angled windows provide magnificent views of St. Louis far below. Forming a characteristic and well appreciated element defining the St. Louis skyline, the arch is considered a monument to pioneer settlement of the Western United States. Aircraft have concerningly made illegal passes through the arch on multiple occasions.

2. Suur Munamägi Observation Tower


Eastern Europe is home to some of the most remarkable structures and architectural creations on the planet. One of the most interesting construction projects of note is the Suur Munamägi Observation Tower in Estonia. The observation tower is the tallest point in Estonia, and in fact in all of the Baltics. Built on land that’s 1,043 feet above sea level, the tower rises another 95 feet into the air.

Boasting a multitude of glass windows, a white exterior finish, and concrete and brick construction, the tower (which was constructed in 1939 and dramatically renovated in 1969) looks undeniably space age. In 2005 the elevator, which currently defines the tower as offering one of the most remarkable rides on the planet, was installed.

Visitors ride up the tower on an incredible exterior elevator journey, eventually reaching the observation deck that offers a 50-kilometer view of the surrounding area. The Suur Munamägi Observation Tower is an amazing asset to the nation for Estonia, but it’s not for those with vertigo! In the cold of winter, an interesting visual effect occurs as the white paint of the building matches the snow-covered trees growing near the tower.

1. Japan’s Largest Passenger Elevator


Toshiba Corporation, a Tokyo-based multi-national, might be known best as a company that builds quality computers. However, the company produces a vast array of products, ranging from lighting and power systems to industrial infrastructure. Little known is one particularly remarkable achievement of this company: the creation of the largest passenger elevators in Japan. Located in Tokyo’s spectacular Sumitomo Fudosan Roppongi Grand Tower are four monster elevators that can carry a stunning 90 passengers from the first floor up to the 29th.

From that point, smaller elevators can take passengers to their destination floor. The elevators weigh just over 13,000 pounds, with a width of just under 11 feet and a depth of just over 10 feet. The huge elevators are notably fast at 984.25 feet-per-second. Two of the four giant elevators are fronted with glass, giving the riders a sweeping view of Tokyo as they are lifted en masse to higher floors. Due to the special safety considerations in designing and operating these high-speed, high-capacity elevators, double safety devices - one being located at the bottom as usual and a second one added to the top - are installed on these four behemoths.

Top image: Gateway Arch Elevator, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Credit: mddawdy/Pixabay.

[Source: Toptenz.]


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          8x12in ink painting - abstract fuchsia pink poppies - poppy flower painting - ver 2- 8x11 by 5erg      Cache   Translate Page      

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Abstract flower painting on canvas.
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Co prawda to gif prezentujący rozprzestrzenianie się dżumy w średniowieczu, ale wystarczy zamienić daty, by pokazała prawdopodobny zasięg podboju Europy przez imigrantówMOTTOJeżeli tak dalej pójdzie, to za 50 lat żywi będą zazdrościć umarłym.Wdowa po hetmanie  Żółkiewskim musiała wypłacić Turkom 300.000 reali za wydanie ciała męża poległego pod Cecorą.Ile będą płaciły europejskie wdowy i matki za głowy i ciała mężów i synów około 2050 roku?_____________________________________________________Kryzys imigracyjny w EuropieUchodźca – ALLAHU AKBAR!;Austria – właściwie to jesteśmy za uchodźcami oprócz 85% społeczeństwa. Gdyby nie to, że jesteśmy Bawarią dla ubogich mieszkańców NRD, to przeszlibyśmy do grupy Wyszehradzkiej;Belgia – zapraszamy, zapraszamy… Co, jakie zamachy na lotnisku?! Przecież pokonaliśmy prawicowych terrorystów kredkami świecowymi!;Bułgaria – jako kraj, w którym średnia pensja wynosi 14 dolarów, mamy ten problem w nosie – i tak wszyscy uciekają przez Węgry do Niemiec i Austrii;Chorwacja – oni jeszcze nie wiedzą, że my także jesteśmy w Unii Europejskiej;Cypr – owszem, wielu jest u nas uchodźców. Na szczęście stać nas na sponsorowanie biletów w jedną stronę do Berlina;Czechy – niech są;Dania – ogólnie jesteśmy za, ale jakoś nikt do nas nie przyjeżdża. Nie wiem, subwencje w postaci LEGO im nie pasują?;Estonia – lepszy uchodźca od tego kacapa bez obywatelstwa;Finlandia – my to mamy ogólnie przesra – z jednej strony kumplujemy się ze Szwecją i chcemy pomóc kolegom, ale z drugiej nie po to budowaliśmy zasieki, byśmy je teraz niszczyli;Francja – Bonsoir uchodźcy! My was kochamy po fhrancusku! A o zamachach to mówi tylko skrajna phrawica znad Wisły!;Grecja – całe szczęście, że jesteśmy tylko przystankiem dla tych pasożytów;Hiszpania – nie rozumiemy, zaminowaliśmy całe wybrzeże, a ta patologia i tak przyjeżdża. Pewnie Katalonia ich wprasza;Holandia – całe szczęście, że uznają nas za upośledzonych Niemców i nie przyjeżdżają tak masowo.Irlandia – hahahahahaha, u Angoli zostają!;./wg  UNHCR  polinLitwa – A o co chodzi? Czyżby Polska znowu chciała nas podbić?;Luksemburg – nie znaleźli nas na mapie;Łotwa – ogólnie nie mamy zdania, ale skoro Litwa uważa, że to sprawa Polski, to także ogłaszamy nienawiść do tego kraju;Malta – nie rozumiemy, jesteśmy oazą dla nich, a oni tylko poganiają kobiety do większego wiosłowania;Niemcy – Refugees welcome! Herzlich Wilkkomen in Deutschland! Co, jakie gwałty w Kolonii?! To węgierska propaganda!;Angela Merkel – Polsce należy zabrać dotacje!;Norwegia – to nie chodziło wcale o Polaków pracujących na budowach?!;Polska – jak widać, zdania są podzielone:politycy PiSu– niech wy;politycy Kukiz’15 – niech wy;dresiarze – niech wy;moherowe berety – jak katolicy to jeszcze jeszcze, reszta niech wy;Czeczeni – niech wy, robią nam konkurencję;Ukraińcy pracujący w Polsce – niech wy, robią nam konkurencję;polscy biskupi – niech wy;Mariusz Pudzianowski po aferze z Calais – niech wy;ogólnie społeczeństwo – niech wy;lemingi – powinni wy, ale skoro Kaczyński ich nienawidzi, to my ich zapraszamy;Kazimiera Szczuka – jak się okaże, że większość z nich jest terrorystami, to wtedy będziemy się martwić;Magdalena Środa – większym zagrożeniem dla kobiet są „kibole” a nie imigranci;Portugalia – u nas bida z nędzą;Rosja według Władimira Putina – XD;Rosja według Rosjan – mają lepiej od nas;Rumunia – u nas też bida z nędzą;Słowacja – paszoł won, V4 pokona uchodźców wieprzowiną!;Słowenia – znów pomylili nas ze Słowacją…;Szwajcaria – a nas ze Szwecją, zresztą my mamy neutralne stanowisko;Szwecja – Valkommen! Somalia ar bra!;Turcja – XD;Watykan – należy im pomóc, bo tak chciał Jezus Chrystus i jego apostołowie, którzy jako pierwsi emigrowali z Bliskiego Wschodu do RzymuWęgry – chyba mają to samo zdanie co Polacy, ale tłumacz nie zrozumiał o czym mówią;Wielka Brytania – ogólnie to jesteśmy i za i przeciw, ale wolimy ich od tych fachowców znad Wisły;Włochy – skoro papież żąda, by im pomóc, to pomagamy._________________________________________________ANEKSGreat White S e l b s t m o r d_________________________________________PseudouchodźcyMieli być biedni uchodźcy, matki z głodnymi dziećmi… A w rzeczywistości gęby jak Nocny Rzeźnik w „Cobrze”( )Pseudouchodźcy mogą mieć różne motywacje w dostaniu się do Europy, ale wszystkich łączy jedno – inwestują długofalowo. Nie mają nagłej potrzeby „uchodzić” z rodzinnych miejsc, lecz chcą zrealizować swój cel w przeciągu kilku lat. Cele mogą być różne. Najważniejszy z nich to szeroko rozumiane polepszenie poziomu życia po przeprowadzce do Europy, czyli klasyczna emigracja ekonomiczna. Polacy, nawet po wejściu do Unii Europejskiej i strefy Schengen musieli czekać wiele lat, aby móc legalnie pracować w Niemczech bez sterty pozwoleń (tylko Wielka Brytania i Irlandia od razu otwarły dla Polaków swoje rynki pracy). Kilka lat później mieszkańcy Afryki i Azji mają jednak dużo lepiej – Unia musi zapewnić im zakwaterowanie, wyżywienie, a jak jeden z drugim będzie chciał pracować to też nikt problemów nie będzie robił. Dlatego też normalnym i logicznym zjawiskiem są rzesze emigrantów ekonomicznych, zalewających Unię Europejską. Sam, gdybym urodził się w Pakistanie – spakowałbym toboły i ruszył do Bawarii, gdzie przywitano by mnie bardzo hojnie. Do tego dochodzi tzw. prawo o łączeniu rodzin – gdzie jeden zalegalizowany „uchodźca” może ściągnąć do Unii: żonę, dzieci, rodzeństwo i rodziców (!!!). Co smutniejsze – w szeregi uchodźców łatwo wtapiają się dżihadyści. Chcą oni realizować swój długofalowy cel, czyli przejęcie Europy.Przechodząc do sedna, czyli płci „pseudouchodźców”. Jak napisałem – składają się oni głównie z długofalowo nastawionych osób, które za zadanie mają najpierw wywalczyć coś dla siebie po dotarciu do Europy. Kto ma największe szanse? Oczywiście silny mężczyzna. Zwłaszcza, jeśli chodzi o islam i tamtejszy podział ról damsko-męskich. Silny facet szybciej znajdzie pracę w Europie i zalegalizuje swój pobyt. Później osiągnie swój cel, ściągając do siebie (legalnie) nawet dwucyfrową liczbę osób (poligamia muzułmańska i podrabiane rodzeństwo rodzą wielkie pole do nadużyć w prawie o łączeniu rodzin). Dżihadyści również szybciej osiągną swoje agresywne cele, przysyłając do Europy silnych i zdrowych, dobrze wyszkolonych mężczyzn. Kobiety są niepotrzebne w inwazjach długofalowych, one dojadą w drugiej turze i zaczną dodatkowo inwazję rozrodczą. Grunt i dobre warunki pod to zjawisko przygotowują jednak mężczyźni.Oczywisty fakt przewagi liczebnej mężczyzn nad kobietami wśród uchodźców, docierających nielegalnie do Europy potwierdza raport UNHCR (agencji Wysokiego Komisarza ds. Uchodźców ONZ), stwierdzający, że 75% przybyszy do Europy to mężczyźni,  12% to kobiety i 13% to dzieci. Tylko ten wynik brutalnie obala wszystkie lewicowe tezy o rzekomym „uchodźctwie” przybyszy, którzy docierają do Europy. Mężczyźni, zwłaszcza w islamie – walczyliby w wojnie, przed którą rzekomo uciekają, ewentualnie uciekaliby wraz z rodzinami. Podróże młodych mężczyzn islamskich do Europy mówią same za siebie. Wysyłanie żołnierzy na tereny wroga.( )etc etc etc    DA CAPO  AL  FINE  FOT  SOROS fot. NET
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Estonia's inflation accelerated for a third straight month in October to its highest level in over six-and-a-half years, preliminary data from Statistics Estonia showed on Wednesday.

The consumer price index rose 4.4 percent year-on-year after a 3.7 percent increase in September.

The latest inflation rate was the highest since March 2012, when it was at the same level. A rate higher than 4.4 percent was last seen in January 2012 at 4.5 percent.

The transport component which contributed nearly a third of the total increase of the CPI in October, mainly due to higher fuel prices.

Compared to the previous month, the CPI rose 0.5 percent in October after remaining unchanged in September.


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În anul 2012, aproximativ 4,6 milioane de freelanceri erau activi în Uniunea Europeană dintre care 2,1 milioane erau femei (45%). Totodată, mai multe femei freelanceri decât bărbați se înregistrau în țări precum România, Letonia, Lituania, Ungaria, Cipru, Luxemburg, Finlanda, Estonia, Portugalia și...
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Volumul comerţului cu amănuntul în Uniunea Europeană a scăzut cu 0,1% în luna septembrie 2018, comparativ cu luna anterioară, însă a crescut cu 1,1% în România, aceasta fiind a patra creştere înregistrată de o ţară membră a UE, după avansul de 2,9% înregistrat în Irlanda, cel de 1,5% înregistrat în Letonia şi cel de 1,4% din Estonia, arată datele publicate miercuri de Oficiul European de Statistică (Eurostat). Comerţul cu amănuntul în zona euro a stagnat de la o lună la alta în timp ce în UE a scăzut cu 0,1%, în condiţiile în care vânzările de produse non-alimentare în cele 28 de state membre au scăzut cu 0,3%, iar vânzările de combustibil au crescut cu 0,8% şi cele de alimente, băuturi şi tutun au crescut cu 0,1%. În ritm anual, luna septembrie 2018 comparativ cu luna septembrie 2017, comerţul cu amănuntul a crescut cu 0,8% în zona euro şi cu 1,5% în Uniunea Europeană. Comerţul cu amănuntul în UE 28 a fost influenţat de faptul că vânzările de produse non-alimentare au înregistrat un avans de 2%, în timp ce vânzările de combustibili au crescut cu 1,9% iar cele de alimente, băuturi şi tutun au crescut cu 1%. În rândul statelor membre, cele mai mari creşteri în ritm anual ale vânzărilor cu amănuntul au fost raportate în Irlanda (10,2%), Lituania (7,9%) şi Polonia (6,5%). În România, vânzările cu amănuntul au înregistrat o creştere anuală de 3,1%, dublu faţă de avansul anual de 1,5% înregistrat în luna august. AGERPRES/(AS - autor: Constantin Balaban, editor: Andreea Marinescu, editor online: Ady Ivaşcu)
          Eurozone Retail Sales Unchanged In September       Cache   Translate Page      

Euro area retail sales were unchanged in September after growing in the previous month, preliminary data from Eurostat showed on Wednesday.

Retail sales were flat on the month, while economists were looking for a modest 0.1 percent gain.

August's initially reported monthly decline of 0.2 percent was revised to a 0.3 percent gain.

Sales of food, drinks and tobacco, and automotive fuel grew 0.4 percent each, while sales of non-food products decreased 0.5 percent.

Ireland, Latvia and Estonia reported the biggest gains, while Portugal, Austria, and Belgium, reported the biggest losses.

On a year-on-year basis, retail sales rose 0.8 percent in September, which was just a tad shy of the 0.9 percent growth economists' had predicted.

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IronX, the cryptocurrency exchange recently launched by foreign exchange broker Iron FX, has a new CEO, recruited from the ranks of IronFX itself. Group Chief Operating Officer + CEO The honour has gone to Dimitris Hatzis. According to the official statement, Hatzis is a Cambridge graduate who has worked in finance for 23 years, beginning […]

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UPPSALA, SWEDEN—Industrial-scale production of tar in the eighth-century A.D. allowed the Vikings to waterproof large numbers of ships and raid other parts of Europe, according to a report in The Guardian. Andreas Hennius of Uppsala University says that pits uncovered during a road construction project and dated to between A.D. 680 and 900 were not used for making charcoal, as had been previously thought, but instead for tar manufacture. The pits, discovered near pine forests, were filled with pine wood, covered with turf, and set on fire. Each production cycle could have resulted in about 80 gallons of tar, Hennius said. Smaller tar kilns dating to between A.D. 100 and 400 have also been found. For more, go to “The First Vikings.”
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The transport development has caused objective problems for traffic in cities around the world, including Latvia, and the reason for this is a rapid increase in the number of vehicles. Road congestion is the most urgent problem in a trip planning because it affects the total time of transportation and, therefore, costs that have a particular relevance to the logistics industry. The quality of the roads, a painful subject in the past, has a significant impact on transportation time. Without high-quality roads, it is impossible to improve the efficiency of transport, which, in the context of economic globalization, is said to be one of the main directions for the logistics development.Rolands petersons privatbank Promises against statistics At the end of 2017, according to the report "Global Competitiveness Index", which was annually compiled by experts from the World Economic Forum, Latvia was not ranked among the top 100 countries of the world's rating. (out of 137 countries participating in the ranking, Latvia took 107th place, and Lithuania and Estonia took the 37th and 38th places) Despite this, VAS (State Roads of Latvia) announced that, despite the increase in traffic on Latvian roads, their quality has been improved in recent years. EU assessment - Stable 3 points. In 2017, 65.1 million euros were spent on the development of the national roads, including 32.3 million for the summer period works, and 32.8 million for the winter period works.Rolands petersons privatbank In the same year, it was also planned to spend 37 million more, compared with the previous year. However, even these investments have not resulted in the average level of road quality in the European Union.Rolands petersons privatbank According to the latest report, the average level in the EU is estimated at 4.76 points, Latvia, compared to that has been given 3.05 points. The state of the roads not only hinders the development of the logistics industry but also contributes to the disproportionate level and the pace of social and economic development of the regions.Rolands petersons privatbank The most remote regions of Latvia can develop tourism facilities, offer industrial premises for entrepreneurs, etc. however, if there is no road system to get to these cites, no results shall be expected.Rolands petersons privatbank Financing is eight times less than it needs to be. "Requests for the organization of roads," "Road quality is catastrophic" - these headlines often appear in the mass media, while road maps try to reduce the existing damage by implementation of available sources, however, there is no sign of a significant improvement, when the funding is eight times less than it is necessary.Rolands petersons privatbank At the same time, we make the mistake of struggling only with the consequences of the disease, when we need to identify the root of the problem and take the preventive measures. One of the main problems that can be figured out now is the climate of the country, which in Latvia will not change significantly in the future, therefore, the problem will remain constant.Rolands petersons privatbank The number of vehicles will also increase, so the question is: how to increase financing, which is the most important addition to the urgent issues.Rolands petersons privatbank 130 million euros are required annually for maintenance and repair works of local and gravel roads but this amount cannot be provided only by EU funds. It is also completely unclear how the situation will look like in 2020, after the end of EU funding program. Without the excise tax on fuel, there is no chance for survival The fact that the change is expected in 2020, the spring of 2018 is said to be the moment to start an intensive work and stimulate actions - change existing arrangements related to the existing tax system (only a third of the tax, paid by road users, are redirected to roads).Rolands petersons privatbank The time when it was possible to pull out a part of the income from tax has passed. Furthermore, we need to increase the number of public-private partnership projects in the sphere of the road construction, although this stage requires a proper preparation.Rolands petersons privatbank In addition to financing, other necessary support measures need to be introduced: dumping water from roads in certain areas, timely planning, more restrictive control on roads, etc.Rolands petersons privatbank
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The free movement of goods, services, capital, and people-these are the pillars that form an essential foundation for welfare and employment in Europe.Rolands Petersons privatbank Mobility is the fundamental premise for these four core values to be strengthened not only in the domestic market but also beyond its borders.Rolands Petersons privatbank This is particularly significant in the Baltic Sea region, where a well thought-out and developed transport system is one of the positive development factors. Flight-related activities have both direct and indirect impact on the economy. The direct impact includes the income derived from the activities of airline personnel and ground handling workers, whereas the indirect input implies all purchases in the aviation sector from locally based suppliers who basically do not represent the aviation sector. Additional impact on the economy of Latvia is formed by the costs of aviation sector employees and service providers. More than 30 airports are located in Lithuania There are four international airports operating in Lithuania - in Kaunas, Palanga, Siauliai, and, of course, in Vilnius, and there are more than 30 smaller airports and military airfields. In Estonia, airports are mainly located in the capital in Tallinn, as well as in Tartu, Kuressaare, Kerdle and Parnu. These are international airports, however, there are more than 15 private and military airports and so-called airports of local importance located throughout the country. Latvia still has only two international airports - in Riga and in Liepaja; there are also small airdromes, for example, in Spilva, in Tukums and Ventspils, and several other military flight platforms though. Riga International Airport entered the top five rapidly growing airports in Europe last year, which lead to an increase in the number of passengers by 16.2%. Therefore, it underscores the fact that even though the airport in Liepaja will have to put a lot of time and effort to its development, it brings a great potential, which can give a significant and valuable contribution to the domestic economy of the country.Rolands Petersons privatbank A successful start is taken after reconstruction The airport in Liepaja did a great job - in 2015 after its reconstruction was completed. At the airport a significant drainage effort was undertaken, a new cover for the take-off track was laid, the take-off strip was reinforced, the cover of the shunting route was improved and expanded, parking places for the aircraft were renovated as well. After Liepaja Airport was certified for commercial flights for the summer season in 2016, the Latvian national airline "AirBaltic" launched regular flights between Riga and Liepaja. During the first half of that year, more than 4,780 passengers were transported along this route. The five most popular destinations for transit flights along the Liepaja route include London, Berlin, Moscow, Copenhagen, and Hamburg, which, in general, brought very good results.Rolands Petersons privatbank Keeping in mind the processes that are still underway, it is important to mention the extensive capacity-building of the airports, environment protection in a long-term, enhancement of cooperation with other regional airports in Europe.Rolands Petersons privatbank It is not enough for Latvia to have only one high-capacity airport - we have a regional leader who can serve as an example of a successful market behavior for others.Rolands Petersons privatbank Support strategy for attracting new aviation communities Liepaja airport is the only example nowadays in terms of Latvian regional airports, however, I see several competitive regional airports in Latvia. To promote their development, a thorough analysis of the passengers' potential is needed, starting with linking their activities with the existing types of transport in the surrounding region, forming a support strategy to attract new aviation communities, passengers, and additional services for client groups, bearing in mind that the added value of airports is formed by airlines operating there, strategic cooperation partners and service providers.Rolands Petersons privatbank Without a doubt, it is also essential to study the ultimate goals of tourist destinations, in order to promote the growth of the travel market and ensure its positive impact on the economy.Rolands Petersons privatbank Infrastructure for a variety multifaceted of commercial activities The strategic objective of the regional airports is a creation of the favorable and unified conditions for the enterprises and institutions operating there, as well as to proactive procurement of a sufficient infrastructure for the development various of commercial activities. It is also necessary to develop new ways of cooperation in order to actively identify airlines that are ready to join the development of new travel destinations and to expand their market share in the airport.Rolands Petersons privatbank Apart from this, it is necessary to work on the incentive prerequisites for launching new flights. The imperfection of the transport system can no longer be an obstacle, with the 85 million inhabitants who live in the Baltic Sea region, who can be isolated or cut off from the rest of the European Union,Rolands Petersons privatbank or may face serious travel problems. The power generated by the economy and innovation provides the Baltic Sea Region with opportunities to create a modern, forward-looking transport system that will also contribute to the creation of a socially balanced economic policy.
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All around updates in the TeX Live on Debian world: Besides the usual shipment of macro and font packages, we have uploaded a new set of binaries checked out from current svn, as well as the latest and shiniest version of biber to complement the macro update of biblatex.

The version for the binary packages is 2018.20181104.49075 and is based on svn revision 49075. That means we get:

  • new dvisvgm version 2.6.1
  • several bugfixes in dvipdfmx
  • addition of dviout-util (previously only available on Windows): dvispc, chkdvifont
  • various security related bugfixes

In addition to that, in Debian we switched to the separately packaged version of teckit instead of using the one shipped in TeX Live.

The version of the macro/font packages is 2018.20181106-1 and contains the usual set of updated and new packages, see below for the complete list. One important – though not functional – update is the one of hyph-utf8, where the license of the UK English patterns has changed from a TeX like license statement (changes allowed with renaming clause) that generates again and again puzzlement in the Debian community (latest instance is bug 912557, which actually spread out into other packages). Thanks to the original authors and the team of hyph-utf8 these patterns are now finally under the MIT license.

Biber has been updated to 2.12-1 which is compatible with the version of biblatex in the current set of packages.

The packages are already included in the archive but might need a bit until arriving at your local mirror.

Please enjoy.

New packages

biblatex-bath, brandeis-problemset, changelog, cluttex, colorprofiles, ditaa, facture-belge-simple-sans-tva, grabbox, identkey, pgf-cmykshadings, pst-moire, srdp-mathematik, thesis-qom, zhlineskip,

Updated packages

acmart, aeb-minitoc, arabluatex, arara, asciilist, babel, babel-belarusian, baskervillef, biblatex, biblatex-bath, biblatex-chem, biblatex-ext, biblatex-nature, biblatex-opcit-booktitle, biblatex-phys, biblatex-science, bidi, brandeis-problemset, catechis, changes, chemfig, cm, cochineal, colorprofiles, currency, diffcoeff, docsurvey, ducksay, europecv, exsol, facture-belge-simple-sans-tva, fancyvrb, firamath, fontawesome5, fonts-tlwg, footnoterange, grayhints, gtrlib-largetrees, hyphen-afrikaans, hyphen-ancientgreek, hyphen-armenian, hyphen-basque, hyphen-belarusian, hyphen-bulgarian, hyphen-catalan, hyphen-chinese, hyphen-churchslavonic, hyphen-coptic, hyphen-croatian, hyphen-czech, hyphen-danish, hyphen-dutch, hyphen-english, hyphen-esperanto, hyphen-estonian, hyphen-ethiopic, hyphen-finnish, hyphen-french, hyphen-friulan, hyphen-galician, hyphen-georgian, hyphen-german, hyphen-greek, hyphen-hungarian, hyphen-icelandic, hyphen-indic, hyphen-indonesian, hyphen-interlingua, hyphen-irish, hyphen-italian, hyphen-kurmanji, hyphen-latin, hyphen-latvian, hyphen-lithuanian, hyphen-mongolian, hyphen-norwegian, hyphen-occitan, hyphen-piedmontese, hyphen-polish, hyphen-portuguese, hyphen-romanian, hyphen-romansh, hyphen-russian, hyphen-sanskrit, hyphen-serbian, hyphen-slovak, hyphen-slovenian, hyphen-spanish, hyphen-swedish, hyphen-thai, hyphen-turkish, hyphen-turkmen, hyphen-ukrainian, hyphen-uppersorbian, hyphen-welsh, hyph-utf8, keyvaltable, komacv-rg, l3build, l3experimental, l3kernel, l3packages, latex2e-help-texinfo, latex2e-help-texinfo-spanish, latexdiff, latexindent, latex-make, latexmk, listofitems, lualibs, luaotfload, luatexja, luaxml, lwarp, multilang, nicematrix, onedown, pdfcomment, pgf-cmykshadings, platex-tools, plautopatch, pst-marble, reledmac, rutitlepage, spectralsequences, svg, tex4ht, texcount, tikzmark, toptesi, typed-checklist, uantwerpendocs, univie-ling, witharrows, xits.


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It's easy to blame Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp, a less charming Boss Hogg-style villain, for the blatant voter suppression efforts in the state: electronic voting machines not working because someone "forgot" to send electrical cords for them, and the four-and-a-half hour lines in black districts as if the polling places were holding one-night-only concerts with the ghosts of Prince, Michael Jackson, and Aretha Franklin. It may be a winning campaign strategy: "I'm not racist. I'm just incompetent. Hell, I'm probably both. Make me governor." But Kemp was only in position for such large-scale corruption because the Supreme Court in 2013 ruled to make Jim Crow great again and gutted the Voting Rights Act.

"Our country has changed," Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote for the majority. "While any racial discrimination in voting is too much, Congress must ensure that the legislation it passes to remedy that problem speaks to current conditions."

Roberts was correct the the country had changed. Barack Obama won re-election in 2012 with a smaller percentage of the white vote than Michael Dukakis in 1988. Racial demographics had changed dramatically in almost a quarter century: White voters had gone from 85 percent of the electorate to 72, with a corresponding -- and concerning for Republicans -- increase in the electorate for blacks and Hispanics. After Mitt Romney's defeat, there were "autopsies" that argued the GOP would have to expand its tent and reach out to minorities. This was all superficial talk. Immigration reform flopped in the Senate the same month the Supreme Court gave Republicans an easier path to retaining power: cheating.


It didn't take long for states such as North Carolina to get to work "fixing" the system once the Roberts court had untied their racist hands. You wouldn't think a country with such appallingly low voter turnout (just under Estonia!) would also have a problem with rampant voter fraud, and you'd be right. It's a myth, a targeted effort to disenfranchise specific groups that's cloaked in a white sheet of supposed "election integrity."

A lot of white liberals who are attached to the "myth" of "good" conservatives explain away Roberts's decisions on voting rights and affirmative action as just racial naïveté. But Roberts is a right-wing true believer who has had the VRA in his sights since his early youth in DC. He clerked for the man he'd eventually replace -- William Rehnquist, a repugnant bigot, who once argued that "Plessy v. Ferguson was right and should be re-affirmed." Rehnquist also was the devil on Barry Goldwater's shoulder advising him to oppose the Civil Rights Act.

It was a surprising 1980 decision that likely shaped Roberts's longterm views. The Supreme Court ruled that "racially discriminatory motivation is a necessary ingredient of a Fifteenth Amendment violation." Basically, you have to wear Klan robes and apply for the right permits to have your actions correctly described as "racist." Otherwise, "good" white folks can just whistle quietly to themselves and pretend they don't notice what you're doing.

However, in 1980, you arguably couldn't drastically alter election results, at least on a national level, by suppressing the minority vote. Mass incarceration was already playing its part. Why be greedy? You didn't really need to when 85 percent of voters were white. Mondale won a roughly similar percentage of the black and Hispanic vote in 1984 as Obama and all that got him was Minnesota's 13 electoral votes (barely).

Republicans had reached a sweet spot by 2013 where they had plausible deniability of racist intent in their suppression efforts. "We're not racist. We just play to win," they might argue. And what's "wrong" with partisan redistricting and even closing polling places in areas that don't vote for Republicans? Democrats would do the same if they were in charge and had brains in their heads. (They wouldn't.) Even when Republicans admit to targeting blacks specifically, they claim their motives aren't "racially discriminatory." It's just simple politics. If this doesn't seem to pass the laugh test, consider caucuses. They are arguably biased against the poor and minorities, as well as the disabled, but few liberals who promote them over primaries view them this way.

Roberts argued that legislation related to voting rights should speak to "current conditions," and that's just what happened. Pacific Standard columnist David M. Perry tweeted last week that "we are a center-left country with a massive vote suppression problem." But as last night's election returns repeatedly demonstrated, America is more accurately described as a white conservative, fascist-flirting nation that does everything in its power to keep a separate but hardly equal center-left minority nation in check. Brian Kemp, with all his guns and bluster, still had to cheat to beat (maybe) a black woman in the state where General Sherman had one hell of a bonfire. And he couldn't have done it without the Chief Justice's help.

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