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There was nothing remarkable about the small woman carrying a box of leaflets—certainly nothing to justify the clutch of reporters waiting for her across from San Francisco’s Federal Building on a July morning in 1966. Still, there they were. She arrived at exactly 9 a.m., greeted them, and began distributing fliers to anyone who passed. There were two of them: One was a yellow slip of paper titled “Classes in Abortion,” listing topics like female anatomy, foreign abortion specialists, and police questioning. The other—which she gave only to the assembled journalists and the five women who signed up for her class that Wednesday evening—described two techniques for DIY abortions. “I am attempting to show women an alternative to knitting needles, coat hangers, and household cleaning agents,” she told the reporters, adding that she had notified San Francisco police of her whereabouts and plans.

The woman was Patricia Maginnis, a laboratory technician and founder of the Society for Humane Abortion, an organization that she ran out of the front room of her small apartment in San Francisco. She’d started the SHA in 1962 (back then, it was called the Citizens Committee for Humane Abortion Laws). Arguably the first organization of its kind in America, its mandate was radical: The SHA sought to repeal abortion laws, endorse elective abortions, and offer women any resources it could in the meantime. These resources would come to include “the List,” an up-to-date directory of safe abortion specialists outside the country, classes on DIY abortions, and symposia where sympathetic doctors could confer with each other about the safest and best abortion techniques. SHA would eventually formalize its legal strategy with a branch called the Association to Repeal Abortion Laws (ARAL, which would form the basis for NARAL), specifically devoted to challenging legislation.

But on this particular day, and on this particular mission, Maginnis claimed she was acting alone, outside of her organization. The leaflets were her way of knowingly violating both a city ordinance and Section 601 of the California Business and Professions Code, which declared it unlawful to distribute information about abortion. She was also flouting Penal Code 276, which made it a crime to “solicit[] any woman to submit to any operation, or to the use of any means whatever, to procure a miscarriage.” The violation was the point: Maginnis had politely informed the police of her every move in advance. The aim was to goad the legal apparatus into an ugly confrontation that it preferred to keep as merely a threat; she wanted to make the system own the consequences of its laws. “I could get arrested for soliciting women to undergo a felony,” Maginnis told the alt-weekly Berkeley Barb, “but I feel it is necessary at this point to have a test case.” To get a law thrown out, you first need to go to court. And to get to court, you must be arrested.

She’d launched her leaflet campaign about six weeks earlier, and the police had so far refused to respond to her provocation (some cops would later tell Maginnis that they knew she wanted to be arrested—implying this was why they’d refrained). Still, things were going smoothly enough this morning; a man named Steve Hooper, writing for the Barb, described the women to whom Maginnis gave leaflets as ranging from neutral to receptive. Some wished her luck. (As for the men, they “seemed indifferent except for one old suit who said he wanted a leaflet for his secretary,” Hooper wrote.)

Then it happened. While the reporters watched, a documentarian named Gary Bentley interviewed Maginnis for 10 minutes with a camera crew. Content with his footage, he asked his cameraman to film as he walked up to Maginnis. Here’s Hooper describing what happened next:

With microphone in hand and cameraman turned on, he said, “I’m placing you under citizen’s arrest for violating Section 188 of the Municipal Police Code. What do you think of that?”

“Excuse me, please,” Pat Maginnis said, and she hurried after one more woman to give her a leaflet.

When the police arrived in response to Bentley’s citizen’s arrest, they did so unwillingly. They tried to argue that they weren’t the ones arresting her even as they helped Maginnis into a cop car. It didn’t matter. Maginnis’ “test case” paid off. San Francisco’s Section 188 would be declared unconstitutional, and the case against her would be thrown out in court. It was the first of her many legal victories.

A social history of American abortion shows two things: 1) that it’s always been around, and 2) that anti-choice efforts tend to intensify in response to women’s perceived “liberation.” This was certainly true when Pat Maginnis came of age. Women had joined the workforce in unprecedented numbers during World War II, and the 1950s were engaged in the genie-rebottling project of fetishizing traditional gender roles. One result, as Leslie Reagan points out in When Abortion Was a Crime, was a sharp increase in the (medicalized) oversight of women’s choices. A system in which abortions were decided between the patient and her doctor or midwife would eventually give way to hospital committees, which debated on a case-by-case basis whether women deserved “therapeutic” abortions. The discussions were humiliating and sometimes even coercive, particularly when they concerned lower-income women and women of color: It wasn’t uncommon for committees to approve the requested abortion if the woman agreed to be sterilized. As medical bureaucracies solidified, hospitals started reporting abortions (and attempted abortions) to police.

That this compromised women’s privacy and subjected their health care to literal policing barely registered in these discussions, which tended overwhelmingly to prioritize the physicians’ perspective rather than women’s needs. Doctors worried about the semilegal status of “therapeutic” abortions, but they also didn’t like committees telling them what to do with their patients. In either case, the debate revolved around doctors’ preferences and anxieties. There were plenty of organizations trying to reform abortion laws, ranging from Planned Parenthood—which in 1955 held an “abortion conference” to address possible reform efforts—to the California Committee to Legalize Abortion. Some abortion activists also chose to work within the existing framework: steering patients toward favorable hospital committees or training women on what to say to get “therapeutic” abortions, whether by emphasizing excessive vomiting or offering up stories that would earn them permission on psychiatric grounds.

Maginnis aimed for more than reform. She wanted a total system overhaul. As a figure in feminist history, Maginnis, now 90 years old, may not loom as large as a Margaret Sanger or a Betty Friedan. But while she’s finally getting some belated recognition, she was never particularly interested in taking credit for her work. Nor was she much invested in making herself or her positions respectable or palatable to mainstream culture. This may have made her an awkward figure for a movement that was then treading delicate territory. And yet, a decade before Roe, with her ungainly activism, her proclivity for wearing clothes she’d found on the street, and her righteous, unquenchable rage, Maginnis helped to fundamentally reshape the abortion debate into the terms we’re still using today. She was the first to take a passionate, public stance arguing that the medical stranglehold over women’s reproductive lives was corrosive. And the Society for Humane Abortion was arguably the very first American organization to advocate a pro-choice position that centered the woman, instead of the legal dilemmas of the physician—specifically, her right to privacy and choice. Rejecting the finicky gatekeeping protocols, the committees and evaluations and red tape, Maginnis proposed that the only question anyone should ask prior to approving an abortion was a simple one: whether the woman wanted it.

* * *

Pat Maginnis grew up with six siblings in Okarche, Oklahoma, during the Great Depression. Her father, a veterinarian, barely scraped by. Her family’s troubles were compounded by Catholic strictures: Her mother had converted in order to marry her father and—because birth control was not an option—consequently continued having children long after the doctors advised against it. “She had constant ‘female trouble,’ ” Maginnis says, recalling her mother’s unhappiness and pain. “I don’t know what that meant, but she had constant problems.” Her father, the illegitimate son of an opera singer, was differently scarred by the vagaries of unplanned pregnancy. “My grandma was on her way to be a star,” Maginnis says, “but she got pregnant. And apparently pregnancy was just a killer of dreams.” Her father never got over the humiliating circumstances of his birth. “He was a good soul, but forever tortured because he had been conceived out of wedlock.”

It’s hard to separate Maginnis’ refusal to become a parent herself from the misery that this litany of reproductive events inflicted on her family. Maginnis says that her father was so abusive that her older brother confessed to her that growing up he’d feared for his life more than once. Her family was not, in consequence (and despite its size and religious piety), particularly close. Some years after she started the SHA, her mother sent her a letter: “Dear Patricia,” Maginnis reads now, affecting a formal, slightly prissy voice, “I was thinking you must be about 40 years old. I do think you could do something besides teaching these girls to commit murder. P.S. If you come this way, do look us up. Love, Mother.”

It was a sufficiently chilly relationship—and Maginnis was so eager to get away—that she describes her banishment to a boarding school as a relief and remembers her mother’s trip to visit her in California with some acidity. “I never talked to her about my sex life,” Maginnis says. I’d asked whether she ever discussed abortion with her mother; that her answer took this form surprised me slightly. I wouldn’t necessarily have used the phrase “sex life” (which, to me, connotes pleasure) to include abortions. But Maginnis would; in fact, that was sort of her point. Any campaign for elective abortion is, of course, at least in part aimed at granting that women, too, might find joy and delight in sex (rather than just pain, danger, and obligation). As a guilt-ridden ex-Catholic myself, I was both baffled and impressed by Maginnis’ immunity to the shame that ailed her family: How does a soft-spoken, scrupulously polite Oklahoma girl who attended Catholic schools with strict Catholic parents shed her sexual guilt to become not just sexually adventurous, but a pioneer in activist lawbreaking?

When Maginnis was growing up, the family’s house looked out on a highway where convoys of young soldiers would pass during World War II. The Maginnis girls didn’t date, but, Pat says, “I was bursting with hormones.” She gasps at the memory of a convoy of young men passing her house: “Oh, I was just—I ran in the house, and I grabbed a pink satin bedspread. … In about five minutes, I made a halter.” Her parents came home to find their 14-year-old busily waving at trucks filled with men in her pink halter. When she saw her parents, she ran back inside and changed back into her gray togs, but it was no good: She was sent to a convent school. “I was naughty,” she says. But as with all these sorts of stories, the prudery only half-strangled her desire.

Instead of going straight to college like her sisters, she went to work in a lab at the Bureau of Mines in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and funded her own sea voyage to the Netherlands to meet a longtime pen pal and notional fiancé. They did not marry in the end. (“I knew that the intimacy required and the responsibilities and the thought of children I couldn’t face,” she says. “I decided that marriage was not for me.”) Then, partly because a friend told her the uniforms were cute, she joined the Women’s Army Corps. She was stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina until she was spotted walking with a black soldier: “The captain called me in and scolded me. She said, ‘You’re setting a bad example for young white women who might join the military.’ ” She was shipped off to Panama as punishment.

During those two years in Central America, she experienced a different kind of discrimination. She’d trained as a surgical technician, but instead of being allowed to work in surgery as she’d hoped, she was assigned to the pediatrics and obstetrics wards—the realm of women. There, she was exposed to women suffering from botched abortions, women being forced to give birth, infants with terrible abnormalities. What she didn’t get in surgical experience, she got in perspective. “A general overview of the status of women,” as she puts it to me. “And I wasn’t at all happy with it.” Then she went to college at San Jose State—and got pregnant. She’d been fitted for a diaphragm. Used foam. None of it worked.

Maginnis is amiable and funny. She has a gift for impressions and chuckles ruefully at things I find sad or hard to hear. But when I ask her about her decision to terminate, she speaks with real anger—present-tense anger she still feels, decades later. “I was not in the family-ing business, and a child coming from me was not going to happen,” she tells me. “I simply thought my parents were ruthlessly forced into parenthood, and they … took it. They accepted it,” she says. “My mother would tell you she enjoyed having children. I didn’t go through childhood with that impression.”

She got her first abortion in Mexico and swore to herself that she would never again leave her own country to get medical care. She spent the next decade producing a list of legitimate abortion providers outside the country while also working quietly with those within it. Despite her best efforts, she would get pregnant twice more. But she would continue to have a sex life. And the horror of having to wrestle down her own fertility forged her into the formidable antagonist to the law that she became.

* * *

It helped, perhaps, that Maginnis was no longer young by the mid-1960s. She came of age long before the sexual revolution, which meant she had a particular experience of—and a particular fury about—what women had been routinely expected to tolerate. It’s hard for statistics to express just how urgent the abortion conversation was in the 1960s, or how difficult it was to even have the conversation, given the laws. In 1961, Los Angeles County Hospital admitted over 3,500 patients treated for illegal abortions. As of 1967, almost 80 percent of the women who died as a consequence of botched abortions were nonwhite.

From Dorothy Fadiman’s documentary “Motherhood by Choice, Not Chance”

Maginnis can’t pinpoint a single moment that turned her into an activist. She admits to once feeling great sympathy for a celebrity who was pilloried for needing an abortion, but it’s clear that there was no single precipitating incident. Her work, rather, was inspired by a slow and building rage. “What I saw was law, medicine, and religion were largely at fault for our problems,” she says.

When Maginnis launched her leaflet campaign, she chose a location that would maximize her ability to confront a medical community she saw as at best patronizing to women and at worst exploitative and controlling. The state Board of Medical Examiners had gathered at the University of San Francisco to discuss the implementation of hospital committees that would determine whether women could receive abortions. As the mostly male board debated the circumstances under which women could be forced to give birth, Maginnis was outside handing out information on how to abort without the help of the doctors within. She was shocked at how unseriously the board took their mandate. She told the Berkeley Barb that when she’d handed some board members a leaflet titled “Are you Pregnant?” with abortion information on it, they “twittered like a bunch of schoolgirls.”

This, she felt, was the collective effect of the laws and ordinances that made even talking about abortion illegal: The entire concept had become untouchable, a boogeyman. “The word abortion was taboo,” she says. “And I thought: That’s crazy. People won’t talk about abortion! They’re afraid to. I’m going to talk about abortion! ABORTION!” she yelled. “Women weren’t talking about it. They were afraid to talk about it.”

Maginnis wasn’t. She relied on logistical help from two women, Lana Phelan and Rowena Gurner, who joined her to form the Society for Humane Abortion’s central trio, which came to be known as the “Army of Three.” Maginnis was the fire, Gurner the strategist and organizational genius, and Phelan the organization’s eloquent mouthpiece. Gurner, like Maginnis, also worked full time, professionalizing the organization in her spare hours. She spent many nights sleeping on SHA’s floor. Gurner “had polish,” Maginnis tells me, her eyes lighting up. “She gave me $20 once. Now, Patricia!” she says, mimicking her. “You go buy a new dress for this occasion, and don’t bring something that you found on the street or in the thrift store!

Gurner’s gift for strategy and Maginnis’ grit turned the leafleting plan into an all-out, accelerating assault on laws they saw as punitive or unjust—using themselves as bait. “I plan to leaflet for abortion until they get sick of me and arrest me or repeal the law,” Maginnis had announced to the Berkeley Barb when she launched her campaign on June 16, 1966. Her initial plan had been to distribute a thousand leaflets. A week later, when she hadn’t been arrested, she escalated. “My minimum goal is to distribute 50,000 leaflets by July 25, telling women where they can get abortions,” she announced through the press. When she finally was arrested (in late July, thanks to that “citizen’s arrest” by Gary Bentley), she caused the city ordinance under which she was arrested to be ruled unconstitutional. She had no intention of stopping there. “I was arrested under a local ordinance,” she told the Barb in 1966. “Now it’s the state laws that need changing.”

When the San Mateo County district attorney announced that if Maginnis and Gurner showed up, he intended to enforce California’s state law forbidding the dissemination of written matter on abortions, the pair immediately arranged a class in San Mateo that covered abortion laws and DIY abortions. As Gurner put it to the Barb: “We just want to get this law on trial. … We obviously and willingly broke the law. And we did it so that no DA could weasel out because of ‘insufficient evidence.’ ” It worked. They were arrested on Feb. 20, 1967, and faced (according to the Barb) a sentence of five to seven years in state prison if found guilty. While their hearing was in progress—in a courthouse in Redwood City—an unrepentant Gurner and Maginnis advertised that they were still looking for a place in Berkeley they could rent on Thursday nights to hold more abortion classes. (The room needed to hold 50 people, and they were willing to pay $10 a night.)

It took six years from their 1967 arrests for Maginnis and Gurner’s efforts to pay off. Initially, both women were convicted of violating Section 601 of the California Business and Professions Code—the state statute that made it unlawful to advertise abortion. But in 1973, the state Court of Appeals overturned their convictions, ruling that Section 601 was overly broad—for one thing, it “does not distinguish between abortions which are permitted and those which are not”—and thus unconstitutional.

The Army of Three hadn’t been trying to get arrested merely as a matter of strategy: They had real information to distribute, information that was hardest to obtain for women who weren’t rich. Maginnis was incensed by a medical consensus that effectively discriminated against the poor. “The medical profession’s committee idea of legalized abortion is very discriminatory,” she told the Barb. “It will help those with lots of money or contacts, not the majority of women.” Lower-income women suffered—like the third member of the Army of Three, Phelan, who struggled to collect the $50 she needed for an illegal abortion. Women in search of abortions were also easy to exploit. According to Maginnis, some parties whose phone numbers and addresses were being circulated (or sold) as abortion providers weren’t actually doctors. This discovery, and the accompanying stories of botched abortions and sexually exploitative abortionists, spurred her to create “the List.” Essentially a Yelp for abortion seekers, the List offered a continuously updated and reliable list of qualified abortion providers in Japan, Sweden, and Mexico. The Jane Collective in Chicago would follow suit a few years later, performing the abortions themselves.

By 1969, the Society for Humane Abortion claimed to have sent 12,000 women out of the country to get abortions from reliable, trustworthy providers. To give you a sense of just how necessary the List was, here’s an excerpt from one List user’s earlier attempt to obtain an abortion domestically (as printed in a set of letters to ARAL published by the Los Angeles Free Press): “I was two weeks along then and he made me wait until I was 3 months along. Then he said it was too late to get any help from anyone but he would do it if I would sleep with him!” The classes SHA organized instructed women on every aspect of an abortion: how to schedule one, how to prepare, what to expect, how it was done, how to respond to police interrogations if you had to be hospitalized, and how—if you couldn’t travel—to perform your own.

The classes sometimes included DIY abortion kits with items like gauze, a thermometer, cotton, and a syringe. Maginnis was by all accounts a vivid teacher. Newspapers reported that she lectured using an IUD for a pointer and that she “graphically illustrated the dangers of unsanitary abortion by holding up anal bacteria cultures and infected blood samples.” The class taught women female anatomy. It instructed them on how to calculate how many weeks pregnant they were. It instructed them on exactly how to call for an appointment (the woman, not the man, should place the call).

These classes were understood by many to be essential but legally risky. When the Los Angeles Free Press took the bold step of republishing the entire class’s contents across several pages of an October 1967 issue, the layout was anxiously peppered with editor’s notes and legal disclaimers like: “The Free Press can not and does not advise women who are not legally entitled to an abortion to follow the advice of Pat Maginnis.”

The Society for Humane Abortion didn’t interact much with the feminist movement or Planned Parenthood directly, at least at first. “It was too touchy,” Maginnis says. In the SHA’s early days, Planned Parenthood was more invested in advocating for contraception than abortion. Margaret Sanger’s theory was that abortion would become unnecessary if women had sufficient access to contraception. Maginnis disagreed. “Margaret Sanger, bless her,” she says. “We can’t thank her enough for Planned Parenthood, but it isn’t enough.” Under Maginnis’ leadership, the SHA spoke out—and in certain regards, provoked change—in ways Planned Parenthood wouldn’t. “We used to say we made Planned Parenthood respectable,” Maginnis laughs.

Her admiration of Sanger, though, is genuine. “Sanger took rotten eggs and tomatoes and rotten fruit thrown at her when she went out, and I don’t think people know that today,” she says. She understood that an organization with Planned Parenthood’s institutional heft needed to keep some distance from the SHA; Maginnis’ strategy of flagrantly flouting the law had made her something of a too-hot-to-handle legend.

When the Therapeutic Abortion Act was signed into law by California Gov. Ronald Reagan in 1967, the Army of Three planned a program of civil disobedience. The act, an unhappy compromise between groups whose politics hadn’t yet coalesced into well-defined positions like “pro-choice” and “pro-life,” ostensibly aimed to make legal abortion more widely available. (National Review called the signing of this bill Reagan’s “darkest hour.”) Abortion at the time was only legal to save the life of the mother; the act made “therapeutic” abortion legal in cases that would “gravely impair” women’s mental as well as physical health. But it also added a draconian 20-week limitation and required that any medical committee discussion of a prospective abortion for reasons of rape or incest include the relevant district attorney. Functionally, as even some attorneys at the time argued, it meant that wealthy women (who dealt with private hospitals) would have access to abortions, whereas women in public hospitals would be bound by a more conservative take on the law: They would need to show sufficiently “severe” mental distress—like psychosis—to obtain a legal abortion. (“How much for a psychosis?” reads a political cartoon Maginnis once drew, depicting a patient asking a psychiatrist for a diagnosis that would legitimize a therapeutic abortion.)

“We’re going to instruct women in the arts of phony psychosis and false hemorrhage,” Pat Maginnis told reporters. “This unbelievable piece of legislative slop must be violated to the point that the medical profession and legislature is pressured into accepting more modern abortion techniques.” ARAL issued a leaflet asking members of Congress whether they would request permission to get a vasectomy or treatment for venereal disease from a panel of female doctors.

It was a combative stance—and a sign of SHA’s uncompromising position on the right to choose—for a bill that Planned Parenthood, among others, now credits with being among the first to functionally legalize abortion.

* * *

The “Che Guevara of abortion reformers,” as alt-weeklies called her at the time, now seems like an unlikely avatar of female rage. When I visited her at her home this summer, I found a 90-year-old woman who laughs a lot and peppers her speech with gentle exclamations. “Oh, my goodness,” she chuckles, remembering the time she invited police to attend a class she was teaching on DIY abortions—and they asked her to pay $3 an hour for a female officer’s time. “I think a policewoman did show up, but more out of personal interest,” Maginnis says wryly. She conveys a bemused mildness I found hard to reconcile with the working-class firebrand I’d expected.

But there’s no real contradiction here: The woman who said “excuse me” to the man detaining her in 1966 is also the woman who faced down the San Francisco homicide squad in 1959 in the hospital while recovering from a self-induced abortion. Had she given herself an abortion? the police asked. “Sure I did,” she replied. “Want me to demonstrate how in court?”

In her 10th decade, Maginnis remains equal parts polite and independent. She lives alone in a house in the San Antonio neighborhood of East Oakland that she bought back in 1979 for a song (the owner had tried to burn it down for the insurance money). Until just a few years ago, when she gave her archives to a library, her house was filled with several decades’ worth of handwritten letters from women telling her about their abortions or asking for help.

In the ’60s, especially given the respectable caution that characterized organizations like Planned Parenthood, there was a radical politics to the matter-of-factness with which the Army of Three openly talked about their own abortions. And that matter-of-factness still feels radical today. The second time she got pregnant, Maginnis recalls, she was deeply frustrated at the prospect of being forced to leave the country again for an abortion. But by then, she says, “I had figured out, if I start just giving my uterus no rest, that fetus is going to fall out.”

Startled, I ask Maginnis to explain. She elaborates that her plan was to “squat down and take my clean, scrubbed fingers and manipulate until I could get it to rebel and kick the fetus out.”

“So you could reach your cervix?” I ask.

“Oh yeah, very easily. You probably could too.”

“Does that work?”

“I manipulated, I worked on it, and finally, at five months, the fetus went into—I went into labor. It took a long time and a lot of work.”

Five months of daily effort to induce an abortion, followed by labor and police questioning—all instead of a simple, fast, safe procedure. In telling me this story, she betrays none of the story’s weight; rather, there is a relationship between her tight understatement and her rage.

In interviews, Phelan was less circumspect and much more graphic about the horrors she endured because safe abortions weren’t easily available. After she had one child, her doctor told her another pregnancy would kill her but didn’t tell her how to avoid getting pregnant. When she did—as a woman, she once said, “you don’t know how to say no to your husband. That silly Bible says you can’t say no!”—it took her so long to gather the $50 she needed for an illegal abortion that by the time she’d saved it, she was four months pregnant. The abortionist—a woman on the outskirts of Tampa, Florida—stuffed her uterus with slippery elm bark and told her not to come back. She was at her sister-in-law’s house when she started to feel extremely ill. She’d told no one, not even her husband. As she recalled in 2004:

This is a thing you do yourself. And if you die and go to hell, it’s you that goes, not anybody else. So I excused myself to go to the bathroom because it was hurting so. When I sat down on the john and looked down, there was a little tiny hand protruding from my vagina and the blood was just flying, and I thought, “Oh my God, what do I do now?”

I didn’t take as long to think about it as Bush did the war … [laughs] I gathered up all the toilet tissue I could get in my hand and stuffed it back inside of me, pushed everything back up inside my vagina and just packed it. And got all the blood off I could and cleaned everything up. And then I went out back inside and said I had to go home because I was so sick, and that was not a lie.

She was 16. First came fear. The anger would follow. This seems to be a pattern: Restrict women’s rights, force them to suffer needlessly, blame them when they fail impossible tests, and you will eventually create unsuspected forces for change. “It seemed to me when I got involved wasn’t really when I got involved [in the abortion rights movement],” Maginnis says. “I’d been involved for years before, just not driven to do anything except be angry. In a constant rage over it. And wondering why women, in addition to myself, were in a constant upheaval.”

Was Roe v. Wade a relief when it was passed? I ask her. “For me it wasn’t a big relief,” she says. It had felt more like the expected course of events—reality inching closer to how things should be. But then she continues: “I thought, yeah, that is a good thing. Now, let’s hope we can at least maintain the healthy ideas of it being available. We don’t have to sneak, we don’t have to beg.”

If the Federalist Society—which supplied the list of judges from which Donald Trump chose Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court—has its way, we’re in danger of returning to the times when women had to sneak and beg. Trump pledged during his campaign that Roe would be overturned “automatically” through the pro-life judges he would nominate. It probably won’t be so straightforward: The route the GOP is taking to greatly restrict women’s access to abortion has been circuitous, with progress marked by legal restrictions, by expanding definitions of fetal personhood, by permitting women to be lied to in the service of a single end goal. As my colleague Dahlia Lithwick has written, “women’s experiences, memories, and suffering don’t matter; their control over the truth of what they themselves have lived through is determined by those who win.”

Faced with a similar orthodoxy half a century ago, Maginnis and her cohort refused to let it stand.

The classes a modern-day SHA might teach would likely be different. There’s the internet, for one. The first time we met, I asked Maginnis what she thought women should be doing now, as the country seems poised once again to try to control our bodies. “I’ve thought about that,” she said then. “If I was going to reinvolve myself at this point, what would be the entry point? Kind of like setting out a map, looking for an entry.” She doesn’t quite have an answer. Yet.

It’s late afternoon on my final visit with Maginnis, and the warmth and long conversation have made the upstairs room where we sit feel especially lived-in. Her compatriots Gurner and Phelan died years ago. It’s not lost on me that I’m talking to someone who fought for reproductive freedom pre-Roe, at a moment when a Supreme Court justice has just been hand-picked to take it away again. In recent months, rage has been much on my mind. If over half of Americans stand to have a committee of men overrule their right to bodily autonomy after a mere 45 years, we can learn a lot from Pat Maginnis—about how women survived, and how they died, and how they fought. So what should we do now? I ask her again, as she raises the blinds to open the window overlooking the street below. “Keep talking about the issue,” she says. “Sure, not everyone is a brilliant speaker, but I think people have to keep talking about it.” She looks at me, her eyes bright. “Don’t you?”


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Santos Laguna se medirá al Club Deportivo Marathón de Honduras, en la primera ronda de la Liga de Campeones de la Concacaf 2019. Ambos equipos, conocieron su destino anoche durante el sorteo celebrado en Miami, Florida.

Los Guerreros regresan así a esta competencia, donde fue subcampeón en el 2013 y 2014. Su boleto lo obtuvieron, al ser campeón de la Liga MX en el Clausura 2018, por lo que se convirtió en uno de los cuatro representantes de México.

El certamen comenzará la tercera semana de febrero. El choque de ida, se jugará en el Estadio Yankel Rosenthal de San Pedro Sula, mientras que la vuelta, en el Estadio Corona de Torreón.

El llamado "Monstruo Verde" fundado en 1925, cuenta con 9 títulos en la Liga Hondureña. Actualmente su técnico es el argentino Héctor Vargas y su base de jugadores, son de origen catracho, mientras que como extranjeros están en la plantilla, el defensor costarricense Roy Smith, así como los delanteros Yaudel Lahera de Cuba y Justin Arboleda de Colombia.

En las otras llaves, los Rayados del Monterrey como subcampeón del Apertura 2017 en el balompié azteca, se medirá al Alianza de El Salvador, mientras que los Diablos Rojos del Toluca (Subcampeón del Clausura 2018 en la Liga MX) chocarán ante el Sporting Kansas City de la MLS.

Los Tigres UANL como Campeón del Apertura 2017 en México, se las verán en un bravo partido ante el Deportivo Saprissa de Costa Rica, en tanto que el Toronto FC chocará frente al Club Atlético Independiente de Panamá.

El Atlanta United FC del "Tata" Martino irá ante los ticos del Herediano. El New York Red Bulls o Portland Timbers de Estados Unidos, tendrá como rival a al Atlético Pantoja de República Dominicana, y el Club Deportivo Guastatoya de Guatemala, se las verá con el Houston Dynamo.

Los ganadores de las series 1, 3, 5 y 7, recibirán los partidos de vuelta de los cuartos de final y enfrentarán a los ganadores de los enfrentamientos 2, 4, 6 y 8 respectivamente.

Para las semifinales, los enfrentamientos originales determinarán los emparejamientos. Adicionalmente, los clubes serán clasificados de acuerdo a su desempeño en los octavos y cuartos de final, utilizando el procedimiento de desempate del campeonato.

El club mejor clasificado en cada serie de semifinales será sede del partido de vuelta. El mismo procedimiento de desempate se aplicará para determinar quién será sede del partido de vuelta de las finales.

Todo listo

Quedaron definidos los octavos de final de la Concacaf Liga de Campeones en el sorteo que se celebró en Miami.

Los octavos iniciarán en el mes de febrero del 2019. Los partidos de esta fase de eliminación de la Concacaf Liga de Campeones se disputarán de la siguiente manera: Santos vs Marathón (Honduras); New York Red Bulls o Portland Timbers (ambos de Estados Unidos y por definir) vs Club Atlético Pantoja (República Dominicana); Tigres vs Saprissa (Costa Rica); Houston Dynamo (Estados Unidos) vs Guastatoya (Guatemala); Toluca vs Sporting Kansas City (Estados Unidos); Toronto FC (Canadá) vs Club Atlético Independiente (Panamá); Atlanta United (Estados Unidos) vs Herediano (Costa Rica) y Rayados vs Alianza FC (El Salvador).

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Palm Beach-based Margaritaville Holdings and Destin-based Premier Development Group plan to develop a resort hotel in Panama City Beach called Margaritaville Beach Resort. John Cohlan, CEO of Margaritaville Holdings, said his firm and Premier Development hope to finish construction of Margaritaville Beach Resort by the spring of 2021. The developers plan to build a full-service hotel and a two-acre, water-themed park on a 13-acre site near the intersection of Hutchinson Boulevard and Front Beach Road ... [more]
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Three of the four have been arrested, the U.S. said
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Chinese President Xi Jinping has confirmed Panama is a key ally in Beijing’s strategy to expand its Latin American footprint as he reiterated a desire to build an “open” world economy. He said “bilateral relations have gotten off to a strong start”...
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Prosecutors say quartet went to ‘extraordinary lengths to circumvent US tax laws’ to boost the wealth of their clients

Four men have been criminally charged in the US government’s investigation into the findings of the Panama Papers, the leaked files from the offshore law firm Mossack Fonseca.

Related: Deutsche Bank offices raided in connection with Panama Papers

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           Comment on USMNT to host Panama in Glendale to open 2019 by the unmistakeable Ronaldinho       Cache   Translate Page      
my mistake... Still don't think theres anything wrong with that matchup
           Comment on USMNT to host Panama in Glendale to open 2019 by I scored three goals in one game       Cache   Translate Page      
Its in San Jose California not away in Costa Rica
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Its San jo
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I agree with you about the fall schedule, but still don't see your issue with Panama and Costa Rica. I realize we are in transition mode, but we can't start getting scared of Panama and Costa Rica......Thats a major inferiority complex. We beat Panama handily in our last meeting and I still hold that Costa Rica away will be a good experience for many of the players. We should not be overmatched in either of these games.
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Powell Broadcasting Classic Rock 95.9 WRBA Hot 107.9 WPFM Kick'n Kickin 103.5 WKNK 105.1 Bob-FM WASJ Panama City

Powell Broadcasting has announced that it has sold the three Panama City FL stations that it took Silent following Hurricane Michael to Gulf Coast Broadcasting. The buyer, is headed by Samuel Rogatinsky who also owns Brokered Haitian 1340 WPBR Lantana/West Palm Beach and translators 96.1 W241AX Boca Raton, 97.5 W248CK Twentymile Bend, and the CP […]

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          US-Behörden erheben Anklage gegen zwei Deutsche      Cache   Translate Page      
Als Folge des Steuerskandals rund um die „Panama Papers“ haben US-Justizbehörden Anklage gegen vier Personen erhoben. Darunter sind zwei Deutsche, die mit der Anwaltskanzlei Mossack Fonseca in Verbindung stehen. Es drohen jahrelange Haftstrafen.
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The four people charged include a former investment manager, a former U.S. resident, an American accountant, and a Panamanian lawyer who once worked for the firm at the center of the case, Mossack Fonseca.
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          «Panama Papers»: Anklage gegen zwei Deutsche erhoben      Cache   Translate Page      
Washington (dpa) - Die US-Justiz hat im Zusammenhang mit den sogenannten «Panama Papers» Anklage gegen vier Verdächtige erhoben, darunter zwei Deutsche. Das Justizministerium teilte mit, den Beschuldigten würden unter anderem Steuerbetrug und Geldwäsche vorgeworfen. Einer der Deutschen sei in London ...
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Basically, the US is holding China to ransom with its trade war terrorism, threatening a 25% tariffs and all the nonsense of trade protectionism. China has to find a way to intimidate Trump's presidency. Trump is just a lame duck for the next 2 years. His support base is drying up. China's economy is stable and President Xi is signing 100s of billions of dollars with nation states in the past month from Philippines to Spain Argentina Panama Portugal etc .... in contrast to Trump he appears to be highly frustrated achieving hardly anything. Should China be extremely worried or is China quietly confident.
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Sie sollen Millionen Dollar durch Offshore-Konten geschleust und die Steuerbehörden betrogen haben: Das US-Justizministerium hat vier Personen angeklagt, darunter sind zwei Deutsche.
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The Department of Justice on Tuesday announced charges against four people relating to the Panama Papers investigation. The Justice Department charged Ramses Owens, Dirk Brauer, Richard Gaffey and Harald von der Goltz with wire fraud, tax fraud, money laundering, and other offenses in connection with their roles in what was called a decades-long criminal scheme perpetrated by Mossack Fonseca & Co. Brauer was arrested in Paris, von der Glotz in London and Gaffey in Medfield, Mass., while Owens remains at large. Owens is a 50-year-old Panamanian attorney, Brauer is a 54-year-old German investment manager for Mossfon Asset Management, Gaffey is a 74-year-old U.S.-based accountant and von der Glotz is an 81-year-old German who also was formerly a U.S. resident.

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  1. Feds make first US arrests for tax evasion tied to Panama Papers  MarketWatch
  2. 4 men charged with fraud, money laundering in connection to Panama Papers investigation  NBC News
  3. Panama Papers: Four charged in US with fraud and tax evasion  BBC News
  4. Panama Papers investigation: four men criminally charged in US  The Guardian
  5. U.S. Accuses Four of Fraud in First Panama Papers Charges  Bloomberg
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Discovery of a rare and striking new pierid butterfly from Panama (Lepidoptera: Pieridae)

   
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We here describe and name a distinctive new pierid species in the subfamily Pierinae, Catasticta sibyllae Nakahara, Padrón & MacDonald, n. sp. from western Panama. Catasticta. sibyllae n. sp. is known from only two male specimens collected at two sites which are approximately 130 km apart in western Panama. This new species is the only species in the genus without markings in the median area of both surfaces of forewing and hindwing, and our molecular data suggest that the Peruvian species C. lisa Baumann & Reissinger, 1969 is its sister species.

 


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PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Le président chinois Xi Jinping, en visite au Panama, a signé lundi avec son homologue panaméen Jan Carlos Varela dix-neuf accords de coopération entre les deux pays dans des domaines comme le commerce, les infrastructures ou le tourisme, Pékin offrant aussi une aide financière au pays d'Amérique centrale. Il s'agit des premiers accords bilatéraux entre la Chine et le Panama, qui ont établi des liens en juin 2017 en même temps que le pays d'Amérique centrale rompait ses relations diplomatique avec Taïwan, dont il était alors l'un des plus anciens alliés. Pékin, qui considère Taïwan comme une province devant lui revenir, courtise assidûment depuis des années les pays qui reconnaissent l'île afin de tenter de les faire rompre ces relations.
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Panamanian firm helped dictators, drug lords and the ultra-wealthy hide their cash.
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U.S. prosecutors announced Tuesday that they have charged four people with taking part in a decades-long scheme to evade U.S. taxes that came to light after a massive leak of offshore financial data known as the "Panama Papers."

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Ahoj. Plánujeme taky tuto cestu,domlouváme se 2– 3 holky vašeho věku.Možná bez Nikaragui---ta podle syna naší známé nebezpečná. Reaguji na váš příspěvek,který jsem dneska objevila. Zdraví


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<br/>In this Nov. 25, 2018 photo, Guna indigenous women compete in the tug-of-war during the second edition of the Panamanian indigenous games in Piriati, Panama. Indigenous people from the four most important ethnic groups in Panama participated for two days to select the athletes that will represent Panama in the upcoming World Indigenous Peoples Games. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
PIRIATI, Panama (AP) — Some brought bows and arrows to show off shooting skills. Others came to demonstrate their strength, endurance or ability to pull ...
          Justice Department charges four linked to Panama Papers      Cache   Translate Page      
The four people charged include a former investment manager, a former U.S. resident, an American accountant, and a Panamanian lawyer who once worked for the firm at the center of the case, Mossack Fonseca.
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Job Description Seeking motivated candidates who want to work in a fast paced and unique job environment where you can truly make an impact in the world today. If you are interested in challenging and technical work or if you just want to be a part of something bigger than you, then this could be a perfect fit for your next job or maybe even the start of an exciting and brand new career. As a Network Control Specialist you will be responsible for monitoring the communications infrastructure and an extensive array of networks. This job is important, and every task you are responsible for is tied to something bigger and you will make a difference. + Exciting fast paced positon solving real world problems in multi-vendor-environment; utilizes critical thinking to troubleshoot complex network issues while maintaining constant vigilance over enterprise network resources + Responsible for performing 24/7 continuous monitoring to identify network incidents related to service interruptions, WAN/LAN outages, and system performance issues + Remediates network and system performance issues and coordinates and implements network changes in accordance with established network maintenance activity processes and procedures + Responsible for day-to-day O&M and administration on routers, switches, multiplexers, load balancers, and encryption and decryption devices within a multi-vendor environment + Troubleshoots SONET, MPLS, BGP, OSPF, IS-IS, Ethernet, Frame-Relay, VRF/VPN, VPLS, Tunneling and other networking technologies to identify potential switching and routing conflicts + Responsible for proactive configuration of network paths for optimum network performance and to reduce impacts to service + Interacts with Cyber Network Defense (CND) analyst to investigate network security related incidents and works to identify root causes and executes mitigation strategies + Provides Situational Awareness (SA) information to the customer for all service impacts + Maintains Job Qualification Standard (JQS) requirements and job certification with an implemented Annual Plan of Instruction (APOI) per customer direction in conjunction with DoD 8570 Requirements Education Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical certifications or training, or work experience. Qualifications 2-5 years of directly related experience in network administration and support + Must have current TS/SCI with CI Polygraph + Must possess appropriate current DOD Information Assurance (IA) certification to be considered for employment; i.e., CompTIA Security+CE, or CCNA-Security + Must attain the required DOD 8570 Computing Environment (CE) certification within six (6) months of hire date + Experience with ITIL Incident Management processes + Position requires shift work: Panama Schedule: Example shown Below + As part of your role/function on the program, you will be granted privileged user access Panama 12-Hour Shift Schedule Example. (This is the schedule we follow today but is subject to change based on Government Requirements) SCHEDULE (ROTATION BETWEEN SHIFTS TAKES PLACE EVERY TWO MONTHS) MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON WORK WORK OFF OFF WORK WORK WORK OFF OFF WORK WORK OFF OFF OFF As part of your role/function on the program, you will be granted privileged user access. Privileged Users are subject to greater scrutiny as a direct result of the significant responsibilities placed upon them. Please be aware that because of these critical duties, you will be subject to additional IT system monitoring, and supervisory evaluation to ensure continuous adherence to Privileged User processes and procedures. Privileged Users are subject to a zero tolerance policy for security violations. Benefits of this Position: + Opportunity for Fast Growth within the program + Professional Development Assistance – Covering the Cost of Obtaining Professional & Technical Certifications (depending on program) + Educational Reimbursement – toward degree programs and individual coursework + 401K Match – with 100% vesting on day one + Health, Dental and Vision Coverage to keep you healthy, starting your first day + We know work-life balance is important, GDIT offers Paid Time Off, Plus 10 Paid Holidays + Parking and transit commuter benefits Why Work at General Dynamics IT? + Work with top talent and some of the brightest minds in your field + Support missions that make a difference to our Nation + Become part of an organization that that is committed to the highest ethical standards in all that we do + Thrive in the stability of a large organization, with the ability to move onto new opportunities, supporting different missions, building your career within GDIT + Want to move, or find a job close to home? We have positions in several locations in the United States and the world + Enjoy a culture that supports work-life balance General Dynamics is a and . #ISDCJ #DPOST #ZRPOST As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, federal civilian government, health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors.With approximately 32,000 professionals worldwide, the company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services. GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. Job ID2018-49644 Number of Positions1 Job FunctionInformation Technology Security Clearance LevelTop Secret/SCI with Polygraph Full/Part TimeFull Time
          US unveils first criminal charges over Panama Papers      Cache   Translate Page      
Panamanian firm helped dictators, drug lords and the ultra-wealthy hide their cash.
          Vier mannen in VS vervolgd vanwege Panama Papers      Cache   Translate Page      

In de VS zijn vier mannen aangeklaagd voor belastingontduiking en fraude, naar aanleiding van het schandaal rond de Panama Papers. Volgens het Openbaar Ministerie was het viertal betrokken bij "jarenlange criminele operaties van Mossack Fonseca".

Mossack Fonseca was het bedrijf dat centraal stond in het schandaal rond de Panama Papers, miljoenen documenten die in 2016 lekten. De juridische en zakelijk dienstverlener hielp jarenlang duizenden bedrijven en personen om geld weg te sluizen naar belastingparadijzen. Begin dit jaar werd het bedrijf opgeheven.

Voortvluchtig

De vier mannen werkten voor het bedrijf of hadden er nauwe banden mee, zegt het Amerikaanse OM. Het gaat om Duitsers van 54 en 81, een Amerikaan van 74 en een 50-jarige Panamees. Drie van de vier verdachten zijn gearresteerd. De Panamees is voortvluchtig.

"De verdachten gingen heel ver om de Amerikaanse belastingwetten te omzeilen", zegt de Amerikaanse aanklager. "Opdat ze hun rijkdom en die van hun klanten konden veiligstellen."

In verschillende landen lopen onderzoeken naar aanleiding van de onthullingen over Mossack Fonseca. Vorige week nog vielen politie en justitie het hoofdkantoor van de Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt binnen.


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The four were part of a "decades-long criminal scheme" linked to law firm Mossack Fonseca, officials allege.
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COMISION CUBANA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS Y RECONCILIACION NACIONAL
CUBA: ALGUNOS ACTOS DE REPRESION POLITICA EN EL MES DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2016 (SD: Detenciones) (AR: Actos de repudio) (AV: Actos vandálicos) (AF: Agresión física) (H: Hostigamiento)
  •   Durante el recién concluido mes de noviembre de 2018, nuestra Comisión Cubana de Derechos Humanos y Reconciliación Nacional, (CCDHRN) registró por lo menos 247 detenciones arbitrarias de pacíficos opositores por motivos netamente políticos y decimos "por lo menos" pues tenemos la certeza de que son muchos más los casos de arrestos u otras formas de hostigamiento que no pueden conocerse de inmediato debido a la opacidad con que actúan las fuerza represivas y al carácter cerrado del régimen totalitario.
  •   Con todo, esta cifra de detenciones (247), a la que arribamos durante el pasado mes de noviembre, luego de las necesarias comprobaciones, es notoriamente superior a la registrada a lo largo del anterior mes de octubre (202)
  •   Diversas agrupaciones de la sociedad civil independiente volvieron a ser objeto, en noviembre pasado, de distintas acciones represivas y variadas formas de hostigamiento. Entre ellas destacan las Damas de Blanco, el Frente Antitotalitario Unido (FANTU), la Unión Patriótica de Cuba (UNPACU) y el Frente de Acción Cívica OZT, esta última por acciones pacíficas básicamente en las calles de la Capital.
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2011
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2012
2013
2014
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2015
2016
2017
2018
ENERO
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117
268
page1image22536176
631
364
1052
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178
1414
478
330
FEBRERO
page1image22533264page1image11578240
235
390
page1image22532480
604
504
1051
page1image22531136page1image11581120
492
1141
482
347
MARZO
page1image22529120page1image11551680
83
264
page1image22528672
1158
354
813
page1image22477024page1image11554560
610
1416
432
319
ABRIL
page1image22417792page1image11535872
162
244
page1image22418576
402
366
905
page1image22419696page1image11538752
338
1380
475
330
MAYO
page1image22421488page1image11542016
120
349
page1image22422272
423
375
1120
page1image22423392page1image11544896
641
724
373
128
JUNIO
page1image22478144page1image11557824
104
212
page1image22474112
427
180
963
page1image22092576page1image11560704
563
498
380
122
JULIO
page1image22094816page1image11563968
125
251
page1image22091792
406
233
652
page1image22091456page1image11565696
674
845
575
229
AGOSTO
page1image22084704page1image11650944
184
page1image22084480page1image11651904
243
page1image22424736
521
page1image22425184
547
632
page1image22425968page1image11550272
768
page1image22426416page1image11633216
517
511
219
SEPTIEMBRE
90
563
533
708
411
882
570
253
224
OCTUBRE
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310
286
page1image22079664
520
909
413
page1image22429328page1image11637824
1093
620
578
202
NOVIEMBRE
page1image22459856page1image11641088
244
257
page1image22451792
410
761
398
page1image22451568page1image11643968
1447
359
302
247
DICIEMBRE
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300
796
page1image22073168
567
1123
439
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930
458
316
Total en el año
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2074
4123
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6602
6424
8899
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8616
9940
5155
Media mensual
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172
343
page1image22455376
550
536
741
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718
827
430
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01.11.18
Sancti Spíritus
Adriano Castañeda Meneses. (Foro Antitotalitario Unido)
Detenido por la policía política durante dos horas para impedirle que asistiera a la discusión del Proyecto de la Constitución de la República en su localidad. SD
Wendis Castillo / (Observadora de la CCDHRN)
01.11.18
Bayamo, Granma
Yunior Bergues González. (Reportero)
Detenido por la policía política durante dos horas debido a sus actividades periodísticas. SD
Rosaida González / (Observadora de la CCDHRN)
01.11.18
La Habana
Carlos Elvis Pérez Torres. (Unión Patriótica de Cuba)
Detenido por la policía política debido a sus actividades opositoras. Al cierre de esta información se encuentra en prisión. SD
Zaqueo Báez / (Portavoz)
01.11.18
La Habana
Alexander Alan Rodríguez. (Unión Patriótica de Cuba)
Detenido por la policía política durante veinticuatro horas debido a sus actividades opositoras. SD
Zaqueo Báez / (Portavoz)
01.11.18
Boyeros, La Habana
Osvaldo Rodríguez Díaz y Alejandro Enrique Sánchez.
(Asociación Sindical Independiente de Cuba)
Hostigados por la policía política impidiéndole viajar a un curso de capacitación sindical en Panamá.
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Iván Hernández Carrillo / (Observador Regional de la CCDHRN)
02.11.18
Aguada de Pasajeros, Cienfuegos
Juan Gabriel González Guillén. (Foro Antitotalitario Unido)
Detenido por la policía política durante trece horas debido a sus actividades opositoras. Fue amenazado que de continuar divulgando la Proclama APUNTA NO sería encarcelado. SD
Wendis Castillo / (Observadora de la CCDHRN)
02.11.18
La Lisa, La Habana
Hugo Damián Prieto Blanco. (Frente de Acción Cívica Orlando Zapata Tamayo)
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Die «Panama Papers» sind zwar in den Medien nicht mehr so präsent wie vor zweieinhalb Jahren, aber die Auswirkungen ihrer Veröffentlichung halten bis heute an. Nun sind zwei Deutsche wegen Geldwäsche und Steuerbetrugs angeklagt worden.
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U.S. prosecutors announced Tuesday that they have charged four people with taking part in a decades-long scheme to evade U.S. taxes that came to light after a massive leak of offshore financial data known as the "Panama Papers."

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Friday morning we awoke early to find we were alreaady entering the Panama Canal. On Deck 3 forward they were serving coffee and a crowd had gathered to watch as we approached the first set of locks. These are the Gatun Locks and there was a cruise ship ah
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Die US-Justizbehörden haben im Zusammenhang mit den sogenannten Panama Papers Anklage gegen vier Verdächtige erhoben, darunter zwei deutsche Staatsbürger. Bei den Verdächtigen handle es sich um Angestellte und Kunden der Anwaltskanzlei Mossack Fonseca.
          Comment on Travel notes: Experiencing the Panama Canal from both ship and shore by Sunny Lockwood      Cache   Translate Page      
Great article, Julie. We've done a full transit (2012) and a partial transit that included the train ride (2018) and loved them both. One small correction, the "mules" do not pull the ships through the locks. They center and hold the ships so that the vessels don't bump the sides. The ships go through under their own power. At least that's my understanding. I like your column so much, I've posted it on our fb page: cruising panama's canal. That page is for readers and fans and friends of our book: Cruising Panama's Canal.
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Fiscales de Estados Unidos han anunciado este martes que han presentado cargos contra cuatro personas relacionadas con la firma legal en el centro de la enorme filtración de datos financieros conocida como 'Papeles de Panamá', por participar en una trama de varias décadas para evadir impuestos en el país.
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Turkish Airlines, the national flag carrier of Turkey, has launched a unique Istanbul stopover package, enabling transit passengers from Doha to take advantage of a free night’s stay in the city.  

The unique offer from Turkish Airlines allows passengers travelling from Doha through Istanbul to experience a taste of Turkey for free. Turkish Airlines will give passengers the chance to turn a layover into stayover by offering four and five star hotel accommodation at no charge to those transiting through Istanbul to numerous destinations around the world, including Europe, North Africa, America (USA, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Panama, Cuba, Venezuela), Cyprus, Mauritania, Ghana and Ethiopia and of course combine any of those wonderful places with a quick magical trip to Istanbul too.

Mr. Mehmed Zingal, General Manager of Turkish Airlines in Qatar, said: “We want to provide our passengers who are traveling from Qatar with an opportunity to experience Turkish hospitality and other attractions that the beautiful city of Istanbul has to offer. We are confident that our passengers will benefit from our service and will make the most out of it”.

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          US-Justiz erhebt Anklage gegen zwei Deutsche      Cache   Translate Page      
Sie sollen Millionen vor den US-Behörden versteckt haben, nun wurden vier Personen im Zusammenhang mit den Panama Papers von den USA angeklagt.
          ¿Renace con AMLO el sueño de la integración soberana de América Latina y el Caribe?      Cache   Translate Page      
Por Javier Tolcachier | ALAI

En un ambiente signado por la esperanza de millones de mexicanos, asumió la presidencia de México Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Esperanza impulsada por la promesa histórica de una cuarta revolución que mejore las condiciones de vida de las mayorías, que acabe con la violencia y la degradación institucional en la que sucesivos gobiernos neoliberales, atados al yugo estadounidense, han dejado al país.

Su mandato pretende inspirarse en figuras señeras de la historia política del país, como lo indica la nueva imagen institucional del Gobierno. En ella están Miguel Hidalgo y José María Morelos, próceres en la lucha contra el imperio español; Benito Juárez, hijo de indígenas zapotecas y presidente liberal de la Reforma; Francisco Madero, referencia política de la Revolución de 1910 contra la dictadura porfirista y el general Lázaro Cárdenas del Río, quien impulsó la reforma agraria, nacionalizó el petróleo y dio asilo a miles de perseguidos luego de la guerra civil española.

Sin duda, una herencia de inclusión y derechos sociales, de soberanía y dignidad. Un legado de unidad nacional y transformación valiente que intentará sobreponerse a un horizonte plagado de obstáculos.

Silvio Rodríguez, invitado a la finca de AMLO en Palenque a modo de musa inspiradora, trasmitió el desafío del flamante gobierno con un poema de su connacional cubano Nicolás Guillén. Para hacer esta muralla, tráiganme todas las manos, los negros sus manos negras, los blancos sus blancas manos…, recitó el trovador, en clara alusión a una orientación de resistencia a los muros racistas y fascistas.

Mientras tanto, en la porteña Buenos Aires, otra muralla de gendarmes y vallas blindaban la reunión G20 de jerarcas mundiales y otras especies menores. Allí, como no podía ser de otro modo, el presidente saliente Peña Nieto ejecutaba su último gran acto de entrega neoliberal, la firma del nuevo tratado comercial T-Mec (USMCA por sus siglas en inglés) entre México, Canadá y Estados Unidos, apenas una renovación forzada del viejo NAFTA.

La esperanza de retomar la senda virtuosa

La presencia de varios presidentes y líderes de izquierda como Evo Morales Ayma, Nicolás Maduro, Miguel Díaz Canel o Manuel Zelaya, simbolizaron la esperanza con la que revolucionarios y el progresismo latinoamericano miran hoy hacia su propio Norte. Un horizonte de anhelos necesario luego de la dura derrota ante el fascismo en Brasil.

¿Marca la presidencia de AMLO la posible recuperación del sueño de soberanía de América Latina y el Caribe? ¿Es el posible inicio de una nueva “oleada” – al decir de García Lineras – de gobiernos alineados con sus pueblos y no con los amos del capital? ¿Podrá el nuevo gobierno mexicano tender puentes, marcar nuevamente los trazos de una integración regional hoy desdibujada por el imperialismo?

Aunque sea demasiado pronto para afirmarlo con certeza, para elucidar parcialmente estos interrogantes bien vale dar una mirada al panorama regional que se avecina, para entender los retos que tendrá que afrontar América Latina y el Caribe en su sinuosa marcha hacia la emancipación.

Lo previsto y lo imprevisto

En la arena de la institucionalidad democrática, en pocos días se llevarán a cabo elecciones municipales en Venezuela, en las que además del PSUV y sus partidos aliados, algunos partidos opositores o locales podrían obtener un buen resultado. Más allá de eso, el gobierno bolivariano continuará en el intento de volver a la mesa de negociación con la oposición, para distensar una guerra económica que no da tregua. Es evidente que el panorama sigue siendo complicado dado que Estados Unidos ha fortalecido su retaguardia en la región, contando ahora con una derecha militarista y macartista en el poder en el vecino Brasil.

Como contrapeso a la consolidación del esquema golpista en Brasil, el éxito en la gestión de gobierno de López Obrador y la posibilidad de concertar un ambiente de menor agresividad a través de una política exterior dialoguista, serán un gran aporte.

Si bien la paz regional es el primario, las fuerzas progresistas latinoamericanas deberán apoyar también con compromiso a la revolución bolivariana en sus esfuerzos por reconducir la situación económica del país. A la estrategia de sometimiento neocolonial le resulta casi tan útil el derrocamiento del gobierno de Nicolás Maduro, como culparlo de las penurias económicas del país, difamando a Venezuela como un experimento fallido de modelos socialistas para anular la imagen de que hay alternativas a la barbarie capitalista.

Dicho esquema de propaganda no será tan fácil en Bolivia, país que junto a Paraguay proyectan el mayor crecimiento económico para este año, alrededor de un 4,3% según la CEPAL. En su último informe “Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe 2018”, la Comisión destacó las políticas del gobierno de Evo Morales basadas en la inversión pública y el consumo interno, señalando además entre otros factores positivos su bajo nivel de emisión de deuda en relación a otros países de la región.  

Pese a ello, los sectores conservadores no cejarán en arremeter en las primarias y generales de este año contra una nueva reelección del binomio Morales-García Lineras. Las estratagemas de manipulación de la oposición serán todas las conocidas y acaso más, ya que la situación objetiva habla a favor del actual gobierno.

Una parada difícil tendrá el FMLN en El Salvador para continuar en el gobierno y obtener mayoría parlamentaria el 3 de febrero. En apariencia, las mejores posibilidades de triunfo las tienen por ahora el ex alcalde de San Salvador Nayib Bukele, expulsado del FMLN en 2017 en puja contra el candidato del partido derechista ARENA, Carlos Calleja. Esto constituiría un nuevo revés para la izquierda en la región y por supuesto para los bloques de integración regional soberana.

En Centroamérica estará también en juego el poder ejecutivo de Panamá (en Mayo) y Guatemala (en Junio). Aunque no es posible aún realizar vaticinio alguno, la mayor parte de los contendientes pertenecen a partidos del establishment y a la derecha, lo cual no permite alentar optimismo sobre cambios positivos.

Además de todo esto, en la vecindad subregional es previsible lo imprevisible. La debilidad del gobierno de Hernández en Honduras, el desmejoramiento social en Costa Rica, la agresión estadounidense contra Nicaragua, el tema migratorio y la contienda entre China y los EEUU por prevalecer, hacen de Centroamérica un polvorín inestable en el que podría haber variaciones no inscritas en calendario.

Lo mismo podría suceder en Haití, si las manifestaciones y la impopularidad de Moise continuaran subiendo de tono.

Otro momento clave ocurrirá en octubre, cuando – además de las elecciones en Bolivia ya mencionadas- se elija un nuevo gobierno en Uruguay y Argentina. En el país charrúa, también se perfilan dificultades para la continuidad del Frente Amplio, luego de tres ciclos consecutivos en el poder.

En Argentina, el desprestigio del actual gobierno neoliberal de Macri es muy grande, pero la alternancia hacia un gobierno popular de raigambre peronista no está asegurada. Los medios monopólicos y el gobierno de Estados Unidos jugarán allí muy fuerte, dividiendo y ensuciando la imagen pública de la oposición. Sólo un potente movimiento popular unificado logrará contrarrestar allí la catástrofe de una nueva victoria del poder concentrado.

Dentro de la inestabilidad regional se inscriben también la enorme fragilidad del sistema político peruano, apenas mitigado por un Vizcarra navegando entre rocas afiladas y la pérdida de legitimidad institucional del gobierno de Lenin Moreno en Ecuador, ocultada por los medios hegemónicos. Si la situación económica desmejora por el ajuste iniciado, acabaría por encenderse la chispa de la indignación, lo cual según la historia de este lugar podría incendiar la pradera velozmente.

¿Qué sucederá con la integración regional?

Los pueblos del mundo se ven hoy confrontados con la falta de salidas que ofrece el capitalismo, la incertidumbre futura y la inseguridad generalizada. En el trasfondo subjetivo las personas sufren la asfixia de la globalización cultural, la extrañeza que producen los cambios veloces y la angustia de un modelo de sociedad que promueve la ruptura de lazos, la competencia individualista y el consumo irracional.

A ello se suma en América Latina la desmoralización insuflada por las “cruzadas anticorrupción” – impulsadas por Estados Unidos para eliminar a la competencia política y por ende económica.

En vez de optar por el único camino posible, una revolución humanista de los valores y la organización social, la emergencia de un nuevo sentido común que permita redistribución de riqueza y emancipación colectiva, un gran sector, acaso el más vulnerable, opta por la regresión, adhiriendo a modo de tabla de salvación a morales conservadoras, fundamentalismos religiosos y personajes autoritarios. Todo ello sumamente funcional al poder establecido.

La derechización social cuestiona la decadencia sistémica, la opresión globalizadora y de algún modo también los fundamentos racionalistas de las sociedades surgidas a partir de las revoluciones del siglo XVIII.

En ese clima adverso, los lentos avances conseguidos en la integración y la soberanía en los últimos años se ven barridos hoy por una ola mundial y regional de fragmentación. En su caída del pedestal de la unipolaridad, los EEUU aspiran a arrasar con toda resistencia en bloque para rehacer al menos en parte su dominancia sobre las naciones al Sur del Río bravo.

Los gobiernos progresistas de los países latinoamericanos, comenzando con el nuevo faro mexicano, tendrán que vérselas en todos los casos con fuerzas de choque internas que consumirán la mayor parte de sus energías disponibles, dificultando que parte de esta energía fluya hacia proyectos de integración compartidos.

Aun así, ya se deja entrever la recomposición de lazos de pertenencia a un amplio campo popular en el que incubará un futuro más promisorio, lazos en los que los movimientos sociales de base y sobre todo, las nuevas generaciones y las mujeres deberán tomar la palabra.

El fuego de la unidad solidaria y soberana de los pueblos no se apaga. En la hora en que la adversidad política institucional la convierte en rescoldo, corresponde su cuidado, hasta que nuevamente vuelva a ser potente llama.

Fuente: ALAI


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Four men were indicted in a decades-long "intercontinental money laundering scheme" involving a global law firm and related to the so-called Panama Papers.
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Have you listened to the latest GUNS & BUTTER?  It's really interesting.  Her guest is an author named Jay Dyer and they discuss the mind programming and other topics and reference points include THE PARALLAX VIEW, CLOCKWORK ORANGE, EYES WIDE SHUT and CHINATOWN.

It's a really interesting show.


Also of interest is Jacob C. Hornberger's article at INFORMATION CLEARING HOUSE which asks the question how does the CIA have the 'right' to assassinate anyone:



In 1947, the CIA was called into existence as part of this new national-security state. President Truman, the president who was responsible for the federal government’s conversion to a national-security state, intended for the CIA to be strictly an intelligence-gathering agency. But someone slipped a bit of nebulous language into the law that called the CIA into existence, which the CIA seized upon to justify the adoption of omnipotent powers, including the power to assassinate people with impunity, so long as the assassination was to protect “national security.” Needless to say, the CIA had the omnipotent power to make that determination.

As monumental as the conversion to a national-security state was, it was not done through a constitutional amendment. The Constitution continued to be the supreme law that governed the operations of the federal government, including the CIA. Thus, since the Constitution did not give the federal government the power to assassinate people and since the Fifth Amendment expressly prohibited the federal government from assassinating people, the US Supreme Court and the rest of the federal judiciary had the responsibility to declare the CIA’s power to assassinate people unconstitutional.

Unfortunately, however, in a national-security state power is everything and especially omnipotent power. Recognizing that as a practical matter, there would be no way that the federal judiciary could keep the CIA from assassinating people in the name of protecting “national security,” the federal courts went silent or even supportive.

In 1989 the Cold War ended. Yet, we still have a national-security state and we still have a CIA with the power to assassinate people, including Americans. Why is that?


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

 
Tuesday, December 4, 2018.  "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."


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Invaded Panama. Invaded Iraq (the first time) on a lie. Withheld evidence from Iran/Contra hearings. Highway of Death. We ignore the horrible things former politicians did, "honor them for their service" when they die, then wonder why the next ones are worse.





That's the man some are mourning, a true War Criminal.

And you can't mourn a War Criminal without a lot of lies.  Which is how we get Barbra Streisand. 


Two years ago this week, I was honored to invite our 41st President and First Lady to my first ever concert in Texas. They came to my dressing room before the show and we exchanged gifts. I’m glad he and Barbara are together again. RIP. 🙏🏻





I'm so glad you made nice, Babsy.

Let's see when did you do your live concert again?  Hmm, September 1986.  Why again?  You were so scared to perform live but you were more scared about what might happen to our planet if the Reagan-Bush years continued into Bush years, remember now?

Remember any of the crap you said at the time?

The reality of War Criminal George H.W. Bush does not get "kinder and gentler" if you just zoom in to his domestic activities.  He campaigned on racism (the Willie Horton ads) and he campaigned on sexism.  He especially campaigned on sexism because he had the 'wimp factor' issue to overcome.  From Susan Faludi's BACKLASH: THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN:

Rather than meeting the demands of women, the GOP men struck macho stands that they hoped would impress their own sex.  Bush hoped especially to prove his manly mettle to members of the press corps, who seemed as obsessed with the "wimp factor" as the male politicians they were covering.  "I get furious," Bush assured them.  "I go ballistic.  I really do and I bawl people out.  Of course, everyone's running for cover."  He even predicted, more wistfully than assertively, "Maybe I'll turn out to be a Teddy Roosevelt."
During the race, Bush's campaign managers dismissed questions about women's rights; they were too trivial to warrant comment, they said.  "We're not running around and dealing with a lot of so-called women's issues," Bush's press secretary indignantly told the New York Times.  When Bush summoned a group of elected officials to advise him during the campaign, only one was a woman.  While the candidate claimed that opposition to abortion was a cornerstone of his campaign, he didn't give this critical concern of women's much apparent thought.  When asked in a televised debate if he was "prepared to brand a woman a criminal for this decision," he said, "I haven't storted out the penalties."  His one seeming nod in the direction of working women's needs during the campaign was a penny-ante child care proposal that would give the poorest working families about $20 a week in tax breaks.  This pocket change was supposed to pay for basic child care that, on average, costs four times as much.  In the end, the Bush campaign's only real gesture to women was,incredibly, the selection of Dan Quayle.  His youthful blond looks, Republican leaders told journalists, would surely charm the ladies.



I'm sorry, unlike Barbra I don't support abortion rights one moment and, the next, shed tears and offer praise for a man who tried to destroy women's rights.  George H.W. Bush was despicable.   The April 1988 and April 1992 abortion right marches in DC?  We had to take to the streets to push back against Poppy Bush and all the other sickos who thought they could control women's bodies.


Some women were repeatedly targeted by Poppy Bush.  This was especially true if the women were women of color and/or gay.  Kevin Naff (WASHINGTON BLADE) remembers how homophobic Poppy was:



There’s nothing more galling than revisionist history and last weekend’s reactions to the death of former President George H.W. Bush brought an onslaught of it to many social media feeds and, more predictably, to mainstream media.
I was stunned to see my own feeds filled with tributes to the 41st president — some written by gay men. And on World AIDS Day, no less.
Even the Advocate — once a leading critic of the Reagan-Bush administrations — joined this chorus of glossing over Bush’s anti-LGBTQ record. In an Advocate story posted on World AIDS Day about Bush’s death, the word “AIDS” appears just once in a reference to Reagan. The headline describes Bush as “no enemy of LGBTQ people.”

Chris Johnson (WASHINGTON BLADE) reports:


Gay former Rep. Barney Frank, whose 32-year tenure in Congress included the George H.W. Bush administration from 1989 to 1992, told the Washington Blade in an interview Saturday the late former president “was bad” on LGBT rights and “wouldn’t do anything” to advance them.
“I asked him, for example, to rescind the Eisenhower rule that said we couldn’t get security clearances,” Frank said. “He refused to do it. Bill Clinton did a few years later.”
Frank also said Bush refused to roll back military’s ban on gay service members, which was administrative and not statutory in the days before the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law of 1993.
“Bush was simply unsupportive on any issue,” Frank added.
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Larry Kramer, a longtime activist against HIV/AIDS, was succinct in response to a Blade email inquiry on whether Bush deserves credit for signing the Ryan White Care Act into law.
“I will not give him credit for anything,” Kramer said. “He hated us.”

Poor Barbra Streisand.  Yet again, Larry Kramer's telling truths and Babsie's hedging her bets.  One stands for LGBTQ rights and the other just uses gays to try to prop up her dying career.


Sometimes it's as basic as you tell the truth or you lie.  You stand up or you whore.  As Rose says in Jane Smiley's A THOUSAND ACRES (Michelle Pfeiffer gives an incredible performance as Rose in the film version which recently came out on Blu Ray), "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."

Rose can make that claim.  Whores like Barbra Streisand cannot.

More than any other Americans, the Bush Crime Family destroyed the country of Iraq and left so many people damaged.  Raya al-Jadir (INDEPENDENT) explores realities for the disabled and challenged in Iraq:



Years of wars, economic sanctions and corruption have dominated life in Iraq and contributed greatly to the fact that the disabled community is simply not a priority for the government. Poverty rates in Iraq are on the rise, affecting 35 per cent of the population according to the ministry of planning, meaning many are unable to afford education or healthcare.

Official statistics indicate that there are more than 1.3 million disabled people in Iraq (3 per cent of the population); campaigners however believe the real number is three times that. Although Iraq is party to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, media activist Ali Adil says: “In Iraq, many persons with disabilities continue to suffer from marginalisation and lack of access to their basic rights, in addition to community discrimination.”
On paper, every disabled person in Iraq is in receipt of a financial allowance regardless of whether the person is in employment or not – this amounts to approximately £66 a month. The stipend depends on the assessed severity of the person’s disability and to qualify Iraqis have to go through various consultations and medical examinations. As one activist who works with the British Council in Iraq informed me, “This long and bureaucratic system is almost 'disabling' the disabled person.”
Specialist care and services are either inaccessible or non-existent. Families often choose to home school their children in an effort not to send them to mainstream schools which are ill equipped to provide support or tackle discrimination.

Accessing healthcare has also become out of reach for many who cannot afford to pay. Rahma, a four year old girl, has phenylketonuria (PKU) a genetic condition that can lead to a build-up of the amino acid phenylalanine, which untreated can lead to brain damage and seizures. A protein-limited diet and supplements can prevent serious build ups, but these are not available in Iraq; her mother has to order it from abroad costing her more than £400 per month.


Here's a cold hard reality, the Iraqis above?  They didn't get 30 minutes of airtime over the weekend but Poppy Bush got non-stop praise on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and it will continue today.  It's an informercial selling War Criminals and war.  And useless whores like Barbie Streisand -- now 92% plastic thanks to all the fillers in her face -- will rush to identify with the criminals.  Barbara is not of the people and if you missed that, while she was promoting her album (Sour) WALLS, she sat down for an interview and explained why so many Republicans saw her in concert -- "They're the only ones who can afford the tickets!"  She thought that was funny.  She claims to be a Democrat, she claims to be a feminist, she claims to love her fans.  But she's perfectly fine with charging outrageous prices that guarantee only the very wealthy can see her.


Corruption, it inflicts more than just governments.  But it does inflict governments -- the US, certainly, and it's puppet Iraq.

At the end of October, Adil Adel al-Mahdi was moved from prime minister-designate to prime minister despite his inability to form a full Cabinet.  He still doesn't have a full Cabinet, despite constantly promising 'next week.'  John Davison and Ahmed Rasheed (REUTERS) report:


The two largest parliamentary groupings to emerge after the vote in May - one led by populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the other by Iranian-backed militia leader Hadi al-Amiri - formed a tacit alliance in October when they picked a president and approved 14 out of 22 cabinet ministers.
But since then there has been stalemate, mainly over the empty interior ministry post dominated for years by allies of Amiri, who are backing the former head of a paramilitary force supported by Tehran. Sadr meanwhile says no one with a political affiliation should get the post.
A vote in parliament to fill the vacant ministries in Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s cabinet has been repeatedly put back.  


RUDAW reports that al-Mahdi's finally come up with choices for his eight empty Cabinet posts:


Dara Nuradin – Ministry of Justice

Falih Fayadh – Ministry of Interior

Faysal Jarba – Ministry of Defense

Qusay Abdulwahab Suheil – Ministry of Higher Education

Saba Khayradin Tani – Ministry of Education

Abdulamir Hamdani – Ministry of Culture

Nouri Natiq Dlemi – Ministry of Planning

Hanna Immanuel Gorgis – Ministry of Immigrants and Immigration



But nominees require a vote in Parliament.


PM has arrived at the parliament building. On the agenda is a vote on the remaining 8 cabinet positions, including Defence & Interior.
 
 



Breaking: MPs say only six out of the eight remaining ministers will be voted on today; the two ministeries excluded are the Defense and Interior Ministries due to discord over the candidates
 
 



Huge walkout in 's parliament in protest over candidates for his half empty cabinet.Bif crisis is looming.
 
 



Meanwhile, the flooding continues in Iraq.

Iraq: Families flee Mosul homes following flash floods
          Comment on Another Spanish President Visits Cuba by Carlyle MacDuff      Cache   Translate Page      
Methinks Miguel Arias is being a little naive in speaking of "Sanchez decided not to meet with the opposition". Cuba is by law a one-party communist state. I agree that a high percentage of Cubans would prefer a multi-party democratic political system, but who would represent "the opposition"? I can see no reason why Cuba would wish to sign cultural and economic agreements with Spain it's former Colonial racist master against whom Cespedes, Agromonte, Marti and Maceo revolted. Back in 1846 the Spanish imported 600 coolies from China, just two years prior to the Galicians arriving. By 1852, 125,000 coolies had arrived, but slavery wasn't abolished by the Spanish until 1886, Due to encouragement and concern about the rising population of blacks, 224,000 arrived from Spain between 1882 ans=d 1894 - of these, 142,000 eventually returned to Spain. Those concerns about the rising black population led to 150,000 Spaniards immigrating between 1899 and 1905. On July 11 1906, the Ley de Immigracion was introduced providing funding to encourage immigration by white Catholic Spaniards and funded bt $1,000,000 at that time a huge sum. In 1913 a bonus of $5 was paid for every white person imported from Panama. In March 1914, President Maria G. Menocal appointed Senator Manuel Fernandez Guevara as special commissioner to Spain to investigate "the best way to promote immigration of Spaniards to our Republic on a large scale." In 1917, President Menocal signed a law permitting entry of contract labourers - and 150,000 Chinese entered. This brief background of Spanish actions and influence prior to and immediately following the Paris Treaty will maybe explain why Cuba should act with caution.
          Comment on Nicaragua Canal Project Dealt New Blow by Duncan Craig      Cache   Translate Page      
George is absolutely correct. Read Andre Gunder Franks "Re-Orient" which won the Booker Prize. Getting back to the canal, it was never intended to be built, but was an operation of the Chinese government. Look what transpired shortly after the 'groundbreaking' of the Nicaraguan canal. Panama withdrew its recognition of Taiwan, and entered into favored nation agreements with mainland China. Then Wang Jiang became hard to find and his offices closed. The Nicaraguan canal ceased. These events didn't occur on a geopolitical vacuum.
          Steuerbetrug: Erste Anklagen wegen Panama Papers in den USA      Cache   Translate Page      
US-Behörden haben vier Männer, darunter zwei Deutsche, im Zusammenhang mit den Panama Papers angeklagt. Ihnen wird Geldwäsche und Steuerbetrug vorgeworfen.
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Prosecutors say the law firm Mossack Fonseca, which shut down earlier this year, conspired to circumvent U.S. tax laws to maintain their own wealth and that of their clients.
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Miðflokkurinn og Flokkur fólksins eru báðir talsvert pólitískt laskaðir, segir Birgir Guðmundsson, stjórnmálafræðingur og dósent í fjölmiðlafræði við Háskólann á Akureyri. Hann var í viðtali á Morgunvaktinni á Rás 1 í morgun og ræddi um Klaustursmálið. „Þetta er mikill pólitískur skellur, fyrir utan þann siðferðislega skell og það að þarna er átta prósent Alþingis að stimpla sig sem plebba, með plebbaskap. En þeir eru í þeirri stöðu að þeir eru þjóðkjörnir. Þeir eru ráðnir af kjósendum. Það er undir hverjum og einum þingmanni að taka ákvörðun um hvað þeir gera,“ segir Birgir. Hann segir það skipta máli hvað þetta mál þýðir fyrir pólitíkina. „Það augljósasta í þessu er að Miðflokkurinn og Flokkur fólksins eru báðir talsvert pólitískt laskaðir og starfsemi þeirra inn á þingi hlýtur að markast á því. Tveir þingmenn Miðflokksins hafa kosið að taka sér leyfi og fara í þennan „pólitíska fjörbaugsgarð“, hverfa í burtu í ákveðinn tíma og athuga hvort hlutirnir róist. Ég held að það muni gerast. Við erum á fyrsta ári þessa kjörtímabils, og að því gefnu að stjórnin haldi velli, þá held ég að rykið eigi eftir að setjast. Þegar fram í sækir þá muni þetta ekki verða það stórmál sem það er í dag.“ Á síðustu árum hafa komið upp pólitísk hneykslismál á Íslandi sem hefur orðið til þess að gengið hefur verið til Alþingiskosninga. Birgir talar sérstaklega um Panamaskjölin og mál tengd föður Bjarna Benediktssonar, formanns Sjálfstæðisflokksins. Kosið var til Alþingis haustin 2016 og 2017. „Punturinn í þessum tilfellum er að þá líða aðeins nokkrir mánuðir áður en gengið er til kosninga. Í kosningunum eru þessi mál orðin algört aukaatriði. Það er alveg óháð því hvernig málin eru efnislega. Í umræðunni verða þau undir öðrum atriðum,“ segir Birgir. Hann segir það ráðast af viðbrögðum við Klaustursmálinu hvort það eigi eftir að verða lykilatriði í næstu kosningum. Siðanefnd Alþingis hefur við kölluð saman í fyrsta sinn vegna Klaustursmálsins. Birgir telur að nefndinni eigi eftir að reynast flókið að komast að afgerandi niðurstöðu um mál þessara sex þingmanna sem sátu að sumbli á Klaustri og níddu skóinn af samstarfsfólki sínu og öðrum. „Ef þú skoðar siðareglurnar þá er ég ekkert viss um það að það sé mjög auðvelt fyrir þessa utan að komandi siðanefnd að fella einhverja stóra dóma. Ef hún ætlar að fylgja siðareglunum þá þarf svolitla túlkun á einstaka greinum reglanna til þess að ná utan um þetta mál. Ég held að það sé ýmislegt sem eigi eftir að flækja málin og fletja það út miðað við þá heift sem er í samfélaginu í dag,“ segir Birgir Guðmundsson.  
          Ákærur í Bandaríkjunum vegna Panama-skjala      Cache   Translate Page      
Bandaríkjastjórn ákærði í dag fjóra menn fyrir peningaþvætti og skattaundanskot í gegnu aflandsfyrirtæki í Panama. Þetta eru fyrstu málin sem fara fyrir dómstóla í Bandaríkjunum í tengslum við Panamaskjölin svonefndu. Fjórmenningarnir voru allir í viðskiptum við lögfræðistofuna Mossack Fonseca. Hún aðstoðaði þúsundir viðskiptavina um allan heim við að koma fjármunum á aflandsreikninga, til dæmis til þess að forðast að greiða af þeim skatta í heimalandinu. Einn hinna ákærðu er Ramses Owens, fimmtugur lögmaður sem vann fyrir Mossack Fonseca. Dirk Brauer stjórnandi fjárfestingadeildar Mossfon Asset Management, fyrirtæki nátengdu Mossack Fonseca, var einnig ákærður. Þeir tveir eru sakaðir um að hafa markaðssett, búið til og stýrt skúffufyrirtækjum fyrir hönd viðskiptavina sem vildu hylja eignir frá bandarískum skattayfirvöldum. Richard Gaffey og Harald Joachim Von Der Goltz eru sakaðir um að hafa komið Bandaríkjamönnum í samband við Mossack Fonseca og aðstoðað þá við að stofna reikninga hjá lögmannsstofunni. AFP fréttastofan hefur eftir skrifstofu saksóknara að Brauer hafi verið handtekinn í París 15. nóvember, Van Der Goltz í Lundúnum í gær og Gaffey í Boston í dag. Owens hfeur ekki fundist enn. Bandaríski lögmaðurinn Geoffrey Berman segir í samtali við AFP að sakborningarnir virðist hafa lagt mikið á sig til þess að komast framhjá bandarískum skattalögum. Allt til þess að viðhalda auði sínum og skjólstæðinga sinna. Nú sé alþjóðlegri skattsvikastefnu þeirra lokið og þeirra bíði löng fangavist. Upp komst um starfsemi Mossack Fonseca árið 2016 þegar milljónum skjala var lekið til alþjóðarannsóknarblaðamannafélagsins ICIJ. Félagið vann með fjölmiðlum um allan heim við að vinna úr skjölunum þar sem nöfn ýmissa áhrifamanna komu fram. Meðal þeirra var Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, þáverandi forsætisráðherra, en hann hrökklaðist úr embætti eftir að upp komst um aflandsfyrirtækið Wintris sem var í eigu hans og eiginkonu hans. Nafn Bjarna Benediktssonar fjármálaráðherra kom einnig fyrir í skjölunum sem og fjölda annarra íslenskra stjórnmála- og viðskiptamanna. Þá voru nöfn tengd þjóðarleiðtogum á borð við Vladimír Pútín Rússlandsforseta og Xi Jinping forseta Kína að finna í skjölunum auk margra fleiri.  Þýska lögreglan gerði húsleit á skrifstofum Deutsche Bank í Frankfurt í síðustu viku vegna ætlaðs peningaþvættis og skattaundanskota sem einnig tengjast Panamaskjölunum.
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El fallecido bolerista puertorriqueño Cheíto González, “El Jilguero Arecibeño”, fue objeto de un homenaje de parte de autoridades municipales, organizaciones sociales, músicos, artistas y seguidores en Puerto Rico.

El líder cívico y cultural, Tito Correa, organizador del evento, destacó que González representa una figura icónica en el género del bolero, con aportes invaluables por su calidad como cantante e interprete.

La actividad contó con la presencia del alcalde de Arecibo, Carlos Montilla.

“Su voz natural distinguió por su gran versatilidad, potencia y afinación. Cheíto hacía primera, segunda y tercera voz. Tenía una dicción impecable y una magia especial para interpretar el bolero”, expresó.

Dijo que por esas razones, a 56 años de su muerte, las canciones de “El Jilguero Arecibeño” siguen figurando entre las más solicitadas en emisoras dedicadas al bolero, bohemias y en las tradicionales velloneras.

“Pero no es solo en Puerto Rico, Cheío suena en la República Dominicana, en México, en Venezuela, Panamá y en muchísimos países con cultura de trío. Ya era famoso en los años 50”, indicó correa.

Señaló que el cantante tiene el mérito de haber revolucionado la manera de cantar bolero y de grabar cerca de 300 canciones, en una carrera artística corta, pues murió con 27 años de edad.

En su carrera obtuvo gran éxito con las canciones “Cristal”, “Egoísmo”, “Fruto Amargo”, Frenesí”, “Cuando estemos viejos”, “Entre tu amor y mi amor”, “El malquerido”, “Silencio”.


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          Zwei Deutsche in USA wegen "Panama Papers" angeklagt      Cache   Translate Page      
In den USA sind in Zusammenhang mit den "Panama Papers" vier Menschen wegen ihrer Beteiligung an Steuerhinterzug angeklagt worden. Darunter seien auch zwei Deutsche, teilten die US-Ermittler mit.
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Americké úřady vznesly vůbec první obvinění vůči lidem zapleteným do kauzy takzvaných Panamských dokumentů. Čtveřici mužů obviněných z praní špinavých peněz či podvodů hrozí až desítky let vězení. Informovala o tom agentura Reuters.
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Gregg Berhalter details what he believes the DNA of the U.S. national team should be after being introduced as the team's next head coach. U.S. Soccer announced on Tuesday that the United States will play Panama in a Jan. 27 friendly (8 p.m. ET on ESPN2) in Glendale, Arizona. It will be the first match in charge for new head coach Gregg Berhalter. Berhalter, 45, was introduced to the media at an event in New York City on Tuesday and said he was "honored and humbled" to be taking over the job. The former Columbus Crew manager will oversee the U.S.'s annual winter camp beginning on Jan. 7 in Chula Vista, California -- the first time...
          La Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos: EE.UU. debe indemnizar a Panamá por la invasión de Bush      Cache   Translate Page      
El mes pasado, la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos le pidió a Washington que le pague una indemnización a Panamá por la invasión a ese país que George H.W. Bush ordenó ilegalmente en 1989. Para saber más de este tema, puede ver "la conversación que mantuvimos (en inglés) con José Luis Morín y Greg Grandin":https://www.democracynow.org/2018/12/4/inter_american_commission_on_human_rights. Morín es abogado internacional de derechos humanos y trabaja desde 1990 para garantizar la indemnización a Panamá. Además, Morín es profesor en la Universidad John Jay de Justicia Penal y titular del Departamento de Estudios Latinoamericanos y sobre Latinas/os. Grandin es un reconocido escritor y profesor de historia latinoamericana en la Universidad de Nueva York.
          Greg Grandin: la invasión a Panamá ordenada por George H.W. Bush en 1989 preparó el camino para las guerras estadounidenses que vendrían      Cache   Translate Page      
El fallecimiento de George H.W. Bush ha dominado el cubrimiento de las noticias estadounidenses durante días; sin embargo se le prestó poca atención a un hecho decisivo de su primer año de presidencia: la invasión a Panamá. El 19 de diciembre de 1989, Bush mandó decenas de miles de soldados a Panamá, presumiblemente para hacer cumplir una orden de detención contra el líder de ese país, Manuel Noriega, por tráfico de drogas. El general Noriega había sido un aliado cercano de Washington y estaba en la nómina de la CIA. En un discurso que se difundió por televisión, Bush adujo que la invasión era necesaria para defender la democracia en Panamá. Durante el ataque, Estados Unidos desató una fuerza de 24 mil soldados equipados con armamentos altamente sofisticados y aviones contra un ejército cuya fuerza era menor a la del Departamento de Policía de la Ciudad de Nueva York. Se estima que tres mil panameños murieron en el ataque. Para saber más de este tema, puede ver "la entrevista que le hicimos (en inglés) al historiador Greg Grandin sobre el impacto a largo plazo de la invasión a Panamá":https://www.democracynow.org/2018/12/4/greg_grandin_george_hw_bushs_1989. Grandin es un reconocido escritor y profesor de historia latinoamericana en la Universidad de Nueva York.
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International referee Gustavo Padilla of Panama gave a seminar to judges from Venezuela this Friday. With a very clear objective, the World Boxing Association (WBA) has put all its effort into the training of judges and referees and this type of activity enhances this intention. From the headquarters of the Ministry of the Popular Power …
          'Killed for speaking the truth': nine journalists murdered in 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Over 30 journalists – including Jamal Khashoggi – have been deliberately murdered so far this year. With the help of colleagues and relatives, or in their own words and pictures, we pay tribute to some of them here.

A trainee producer and presenter at Radio Azadi in Afghanistan, Durrani was one of at least nine journalists killed by a suicide bomb while making her way to work in Kabul.

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          4 Men Charged in Panama Papers Investigation      Cache   Translate Page      
Federal authorities announced a raft of conspiracy and tax fraud charges Tuesday against four men in the first U.S. prosecution related to the so-called Panama Papers. The 11-count indictment unsealed in Manhattan stems from what prosecutors described as an “intercontinental money laundering scheme” involving a global law firm based in Panama. Two Germans, one American ...

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VIAJES EN NAVIDAD HASTA 45% MÁS ECONÓMICO QUE EN FIN DE AÑO

Si está pensando en viajar a final de año y todavía no tiene claro a dónde o quépresupuesto debe tener. Tome papel y lápiz que Almundo, la agencia omnicanal que está transformando los viajes en Colombia y toda América Latina, comparte opciones para que tenga en cuenta al organizar su viaje. Las recomendaciones son en base a tendencias de compra de tiquetes, precios promedio, y búsqueda online de viajeros colombianos. Todas variables que definen el mejor momento para comprar su viaje y volar a su destino de Navidad y año nuevo.


Las vacaciones de final de año son las más concurridas tradicionalmente, las tarifas en tiquetes y hospedaje pueden llegar a incrementar de un 30 a 40% dependiendo de la anticipación con la que se compra. Por esto es importante que tenga en cuenta algunas recomendaciones y logre ahorrar en su presupuesto.

¿En qué fecha viajar? Si todavía no ha decidido la fecha de viaje y desea economizar los Expertos de Amundo le recomiendan viajar para navidad, de esta forma se estará ahorrando hasta un 45% en el precio de los tiquetes.  El trayecto Bogotá –Santa Marta viajando del 21 al 26 de diciembre se encuentra tarifas desde $780.000 pero en cambio, si desea viajar del 28 de diciembre al 02 de enero el mismo trayecto está en $1.430.000. Este caso aplica para top destinos como San Andrés, Cartagena, Santa Marta y Cancún.  

¿Qué destino elegir? Los lugares con playa son los elegidos para despedir el año, los destinos más concurridos o reservados son los que manejan las tarifas más altas. Si su deseo es economizar, trate de evitar estos destinos y elegir otras opciones. A la fecha, los que manejan tarifas más económicas en tiquetes son Medellín y Pereira en nacionales, Lima y Panamá en internacionales.

¿En dónde hospedarse? Al igual que el precio de los tiquetes, la tarifa del hospedaje se relaciona con la disponibilidad. Pero en el caso de los hoteles hay más opciones de economizar, sobre todo a través deplataformas online para reservas de hotel como Almundo. Por ejemplo, en el hotel las habitaciones manejan diferentes precios, con vista externa o al mar son más costosas que las de vida interna.  Si decide un hotel con alimentación y bebidas incluidas este seguro que va a utilizar estos servicios, sino es así, opte por uno solo con desayuno tiene una tarifa más económica. No piense mucho en las estrellas, en la mayoría de los países y sobre todo en Colombia se encuentran hoteles de 3 y 4 estrellas con muy buenas infraestructura y servicio. La acomodación es otro aspecto que puede tener en cuenta, si viaja en grupos grandes, elija habitaciones con acomodación múltiple de esta forma ahorrará en la tarifa por persona. Por último, escoja un hotel que le ofrezca los servicios que usted realmente va a utilizar, en algunas ocasiones el servicio de parqueadero, gimnasio, caja fuerte en la habitación, etc. Pueden incrementar el precio del hotel lo que afectará su presupuesto.

“No se deje intimidar por la temporada alta, en toda época se puede viajar, si se organiza y busca teniendo claro qué tipo de experiencias desea vivir en sus vacaciones.  Esté abierto a diferentes opciones de esta forma le aseguramos que logrará ahorra” Comenta Maria Oriani Country Manager Almundo.


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no post monday night, sorry.  we went to nyc to see the opening of 'the cher show' on broadway.

it is amazing.  it's a musical so don't look for some grand import or insight.  the point is to entertain and dazzle - and the show does that.

for the costumes alone, it's worth seeing. 

but the performances are pretty incredible as well.

let me grab my program (because i didn't know a single actor in the cast).

cher is not 1 person but 3 in the play.  the youngest cher is  played by micaela diamond, then cher is played by teal wicks and our modern day cher is played by stephanie j. block.

all are incredible - but in different ways.  micaela, for example, puts across an innocence that stephanie probably couldn't but as the oldest cher, stephanie needs to project wisdom and experience and stephanie manages all that (and humor).  i think she's my favorite of the 3 actresses - stephanie.

a definite tony nominee has to be michael berresse.  he plays 3 characters including director robert altman but it's his performance as bob mackie that should guarantee him a tony nomination.  bob is the man who costumed cher for so many famous outfits - including the 'nipples to wind' outfit she wore on the cover of 'time' magazine (bette middle dubbed it that) as well as the outfits she wore on her variety shows and the ones she wore to the oscars - as well as all her costumes in this broadway musical.  he makes bob come alive.

matthew hydzik struggles with both of his roles.  if it was just with gregg allman, i'd think i didn't care for him because i never cared for allman.  but he also plays 1 of cher's mother's husbands (john southall) and he seemed sketchy in that role as well.

i liked emily skinner as georgia (and as lucille ball).  i loved michael campayno as rob camillettie and even jarrod spector as sonny bono.  but i did not care for matthew hydzik at all.


 fortunately, he's not very big part of the show and not even enough to bring it down.

this is a high energy production and it grabs you from the start and pulls you along.  it's involving and just a great show and experience.

if you're in nyc or going to be, make a point to see 'the cher show.'


let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'


Tuesday, December 4, 2018.  "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."


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Invaded Panama. Invaded Iraq (the first time) on a lie. Withheld evidence from Iran/Contra hearings. Highway of Death. We ignore the horrible things former politicians did, "honor them for their service" when they die, then wonder why the next ones are worse.





That's the man some are mourning, a true War Criminal.

And you can't mourn a War Criminal without a lot of lies.  Which is how we get Barbra Streisand. 


Two years ago this week, I was honored to invite our 41st President and First Lady to my first ever concert in Texas. They came to my dressing room before the show and we exchanged gifts. I’m glad he and Barbara are together again. RIP. 🙏🏻





I'm so glad you made nice, Babsy.

Let's see when did you do your live concert again?  Hmm, September 1986.  Why again?  You were so scared to perform live but you were more scared about what might happen to our planet if the Reagan-Bush years continued into Bush years, remember now?

Remember any of the crap you said at the time?

The reality of War Criminal George H.W. Bush does not get "kinder and gentler" if you just zoom in to his domestic activities.  He campaigned on racism (the Willie Horton ads) and he campaigned on sexism.  He especially campaigned on sexism because he had the 'wimp factor' issue to overcome.  From Susan Faludi's BACKLASH: THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN:

Rather than meeting the demands of women, the GOP men struck macho stands that they hoped would impress their own sex.  Bush hoped especially to prove his manly mettle to members of the press corps, who seemed as obsessed with the "wimp factor" as the male politicians they were covering.  "I get furious," Bush assured them.  "I go ballistic.  I really do and I bawl people out.  Of course, everyone's running for cover."  He even predicted, more wistfully than assertively, "Maybe I'll turn out to be a Teddy Roosevelt."
During the race, Bush's campaign managers dismissed questions about women's rights; they were too trivial to warrant comment, they said.  "We're not running around and dealing with a lot of so-called women's issues," Bush's press secretary indignantly told the New York Times.  When Bush summoned a group of elected officials to advise him during the campaign, only one was a woman.  While the candidate claimed that opposition to abortion was a cornerstone of his campaign, he didn't give this critical concern of women's much apparent thought.  When asked in a televised debate if he was "prepared to brand a woman a criminal for this decision," he said, "I haven't storted out the penalties."  His one seeming nod in the direction of working women's needs during the campaign was a penny-ante child care proposal that would give the poorest working families about $20 a week in tax breaks.  This pocket change was supposed to pay for basic child care that, on average, costs four times as much.  In the end, the Bush campaign's only real gesture to women was,incredibly, the selection of Dan Quayle.  His youthful blond looks, Republican leaders told journalists, would surely charm the ladies.



I'm sorry, unlike Barbra I don't support abortion rights one moment and, the next, shed tears and offer praise for a man who tried to destroy women's rights.  George H.W. Bush was despicable.   The April 1988 and April 1992 abortion right marches in DC?  We had to take to the streets to push back against Poppy Bush and all the other sickos who thought they could control women's bodies.


Some women were repeatedly targeted by Poppy Bush.  This was especially true if the women were women of color and/or gay.  Kevin Naff (WASHINGTON BLADE) remembers how homophobic Poppy was:



There’s nothing more galling than revisionist history and last weekend’s reactions to the death of former President George H.W. Bush brought an onslaught of it to many social media feeds and, more predictably, to mainstream media.
I was stunned to see my own feeds filled with tributes to the 41st president — some written by gay men. And on World AIDS Day, no less.
Even the Advocate — once a leading critic of the Reagan-Bush administrations — joined this chorus of glossing over Bush’s anti-LGBTQ record. In an Advocate story posted on World AIDS Day about Bush’s death, the word “AIDS” appears just once in a reference to Reagan. The headline describes Bush as “no enemy of LGBTQ people.”

Chris Johnson (WASHINGTON BLADE) reports:


Gay former Rep. Barney Frank, whose 32-year tenure in Congress included the George H.W. Bush administration from 1989 to 1992, told the Washington Blade in an interview Saturday the late former president “was bad” on LGBT rights and “wouldn’t do anything” to advance them.
“I asked him, for example, to rescind the Eisenhower rule that said we couldn’t get security clearances,” Frank said. “He refused to do it. Bill Clinton did a few years later.”
Frank also said Bush refused to roll back military’s ban on gay service members, which was administrative and not statutory in the days before the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law of 1993.
“Bush was simply unsupportive on any issue,” Frank added.
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Larry Kramer, a longtime activist against HIV/AIDS, was succinct in response to a Blade email inquiry on whether Bush deserves credit for signing the Ryan White Care Act into law.
“I will not give him credit for anything,” Kramer said. “He hated us.”

Poor Barbra Streisand.  Yet again, Larry Kramer's telling truths and Babsie's hedging her bets.  One stands for LGBTQ rights and the other just uses gays to try to prop up her dying career.


Sometimes it's as basic as you tell the truth or you lie.  You stand up or you whore.  As Rose says in Jane Smiley's A THOUSAND ACRES (Michelle Pfeiffer gives an incredible performance as Rose in the film version which recently came out on Blu Ray), "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."

Rose can make that claim.  Whores like Barbra Streisand cannot.

More than any other Americans, the Bush Crime Family destroyed the country of Iraq and left so many people damaged.  Raya al-Jadir (INDEPENDENT) explores realities for the disabled and challenged in Iraq:



Years of wars, economic sanctions and corruption have dominated life in Iraq and contributed greatly to the fact that the disabled community is simply not a priority for the government. Poverty rates in Iraq are on the rise, affecting 35 per cent of the population according to the ministry of planning, meaning many are unable to afford education or healthcare.

Official statistics indicate that there are more than 1.3 million disabled people in Iraq (3 per cent of the population); campaigners however believe the real number is three times that. Although Iraq is party to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, media activist Ali Adil says: “In Iraq, many persons with disabilities continue to suffer from marginalisation and lack of access to their basic rights, in addition to community discrimination.”
On paper, every disabled person in Iraq is in receipt of a financial allowance regardless of whether the person is in employment or not – this amounts to approximately £66 a month. The stipend depends on the assessed severity of the person’s disability and to qualify Iraqis have to go through various consultations and medical examinations. As one activist who works with the British Council in Iraq informed me, “This long and bureaucratic system is almost 'disabling' the disabled person.”
Specialist care and services are either inaccessible or non-existent. Families often choose to home school their children in an effort not to send them to mainstream schools which are ill equipped to provide support or tackle discrimination.

Accessing healthcare has also become out of reach for many who cannot afford to pay. Rahma, a four year old girl, has phenylketonuria (PKU) a genetic condition that can lead to a build-up of the amino acid phenylalanine, which untreated can lead to brain damage and seizures. A protein-limited diet and supplements can prevent serious build ups, but these are not available in Iraq; her mother has to order it from abroad costing her more than £400 per month.


Here's a cold hard reality, the Iraqis above?  They didn't get 30 minutes of airtime over the weekend but Poppy Bush got non-stop praise on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and it will continue today.  It's an informercial selling War Criminals and war.  And useless whores like Barbie Streisand -- now 92% plastic thanks to all the fillers in her face -- will rush to identify with the criminals.  Barbara is not of the people and if you missed that, while she was promoting her album (Sour) WALLS, she sat down for an interview and explained why so many Republicans saw her in concert -- "They're the only ones who can afford the tickets!"  She thought that was funny.  She claims to be a Democrat, she claims to be a feminist, she claims to love her fans.  But she's perfectly fine with charging outrageous prices that guarantee only the very wealthy can see her.


Corruption, it inflicts more than just governments.  But it does inflict governments -- the US, certainly, and it's puppet Iraq.

At the end of October, Adil Adel al-Mahdi was moved from prime minister-designate to prime minister despite his inability to form a full Cabinet.  He still doesn't have a full Cabinet, despite constantly promising 'next week.'  John Davison and Ahmed Rasheed (REUTERS) report:


The two largest parliamentary groupings to emerge after the vote in May - one led by populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the other by Iranian-backed militia leader Hadi al-Amiri - formed a tacit alliance in October when they picked a president and approved 14 out of 22 cabinet ministers.
But since then there has been stalemate, mainly over the empty interior ministry post dominated for years by allies of Amiri, who are backing the former head of a paramilitary force supported by Tehran. Sadr meanwhile says no one with a political affiliation should get the post.
A vote in parliament to fill the vacant ministries in Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s cabinet has been repeatedly put back.  


RUDAW reports that al-Mahdi's finally come up with choices for his eight empty Cabinet posts:


Dara Nuradin – Ministry of Justice

Falih Fayadh – Ministry of Interior

Faysal Jarba – Ministry of Defense

Qusay Abdulwahab Suheil – Ministry of Higher Education

Saba Khayradin Tani – Ministry of Education

Abdulamir Hamdani – Ministry of Culture

Nouri Natiq Dlemi – Ministry of Planning

Hanna Immanuel Gorgis – Ministry of Immigrants and Immigration



But nominees require a vote in Parliament.


PM has arrived at the parliament building. On the agenda is a vote on the remaining 8 cabinet positions, including Defence & Interior.
 
 



Breaking: MPs say only six out of the eight remaining ministers will be voted on today; the two ministeries excluded are the Defense and Interior Ministries due to discord over the candidates
 
 



Huge walkout in 's parliament in protest over candidates for his half empty cabinet.Bif crisis is looming.
 
 



Meanwhile, the flooding continues in Iraq.

Iraq: Families flee Mosul homes following flash floods
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Panamanian firm helped dictators, drug lords and the ultra-wealthy hide their cash.
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  1. "Our societies are intellectual shanty towns. Our beliefs about the world and each other have been created by the same system that has lied us into repeated wars that have killed millions." --




And this is from an interview Richard Phillips did with John Pilger for WSWS:

RP: You’ve coined the phrase “Vichy journalism” to describe journalists who have joined the campaign of slander, lies and frame-ups against Assange and WikiLeaks. Why has this occurred and what are the consequences for Assange and investigative journalism? What is the current situation facing Assange?
JP: Most “mainstream” journalism has been integrated into corporate and so-called national security systems that rule the West, especially in the United States and Britain. When I was working in what was known as “Fleet Street,” the press was conservative but there were spaces for different, dissenting work, and a certain range of views. This was even encouraged. Today the spaces have closed, and the best journalists write online, or in foreign publications, or in a new samizdat, or not at all.
WikiLeaks and Julian Assange are the counter to this oppression, and, of course, he is subjected to a smear campaign. The greater his impact and symbolism the more vicious the campaign against him.
The Guardian’s sordid role as a platform for the scuttlebutt of spooks is shocking. Those involved are no different, morally, from those who collaborated under the Vichy government in France during the Second World War.
Julian’s situation is serious. The person contracted to bring his food to the Ecuadorean embassy has been told she is no long wanted. This does not mean he will go hungry, but it demonstrates the depth of his struggle. That said, he is a very strong character with an abiding moral purpose and a dark sense of humour. He needs, as Martha Gellhorn wrote about those who stand up to rapacious power, “the alliance of us all ... the support of decency.”



  1. The Guardian should be held accountable for publishing another phony spook job designed to drive the case for arresting & extraditing Julian Assange. Donate as I did to legal fund, support sites like the , & .



Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"

 
Tuesday, December 4, 2018.  "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."


Replying to 
Invaded Panama. Invaded Iraq (the first time) on a lie. Withheld evidence from Iran/Contra hearings. Highway of Death. We ignore the horrible things former politicians did, "honor them for their service" when they die, then wonder why the next ones are worse.





That's the man some are mourning, a true War Criminal.

And you can't mourn a War Criminal without a lot of lies.  Which is how we get Barbra Streisand. 


Two years ago this week, I was honored to invite our 41st President and First Lady to my first ever concert in Texas. They came to my dressing room before the show and we exchanged gifts. I’m glad he and Barbara are together again. RIP. 🙏🏻

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Assassinats, complots, scandales financiers, crises politiques… les dossiers secrets qui ont fait trembler la République.
Le fonds « Panthéon » rassemble les archives les plus sensibles du ministère de l’Intérieur, celles qui étaient autrefois placées dans un coffre-fort. De la Commune à la Libération, toutes les grandes affaires et toutes les personnalités importantes y sont présentes.
On y retrouvera notamment : le scandale de Panamá, l’assassinat du président Carnot, la surveillance de Mussolini, l’affaire Landru, la naissance du Parti communiste, l’affaire Stavisky, l’arrestation de Léon Blum, le mystérieux dossier du général de Gaulle…
Pendant deux ans, Bruno Fuligni s’est plongé dans ces archives pour en sélectionner les plus remarquables. En publiant les pièces de ces dossiers confidentiels, il nous conduit au cœur du secret, là où convergent pouvoir politique et enquête policière.

« Graves, bénignes ou célèbres, ces affaires sont toutes passionnantes et racontées sur le vif. » Lire



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UNC BOG MEMBER THOM GOOLSBY CALLS TRUSTEES "COWARDS" OVER SILENT SAM DECISION: The proposal to return the Silent Sam Confederate monument to a new $5.3 million building at UNC-Chapel Hill is “sheer cowardice,” a member of the UNC system’s governing board said. Thom Goolsby, a lawyer from Wilmington and former Republican legislator, released a video on YouTube on Tuesday, sharply critical of the Chapel Hill campus Board of Trustees’ proposal to construct a university history and education center to house the controversial statue. “Neither the right nor the left is happy,” Goolsby said in the video. “If you try to be everything to everyone, you end up being nothing to anyone.” The 2015 state law on the protection of historic monuments requires that the statue should have been put back in its original position, Goolsby said, within 90 days of “the outside radicals tearing it down.” He asked viewers of the video to call their state legislators to demand that they contact the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees to insist that the law be followed.
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MORE DETAILS EMERGE IN NC09 AFTER SECOND BALLOT COLLECTOR COMES FORWARD: The two women said they were paid $75 to $100 to pick up 50 ballots a week. Voters filled them out, and the women witnessed them, but the envelopes they were put in weren't sealed. "We did not know it was illegal to pick them up," Kinlaw said, adding that she has no idea what happened to the ballots after they were dropped off. "Once I dropped them off at his office, we assumed he was putting them in the mail." According to documents posted online Tuesday by the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement, Dowless signed for turning in 580 applications for absentee ballots between Aug. 22 and Oct. 29. About 3,400 requested absentee ballots were never returned across the 9th District, which stretches along the North Carolina-South Carolina border from Charlotte to Robeson County before turning north into Bladen and Cumberland counties, according to elections board documents.
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WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE EMULATES NC GOP IN STRIPPING POWERS FROM INCOMING DEM GOVERNOR: The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate has passed a sweeping measure taking power away from the incoming Democratic governor and attorney general, and reducing how long early voting can take place. The measure was approved on a 17-16 vote with all Democrats and one Republican voting against it. The Assembly was expected to give final approval later Wednesday morning and send the measure to Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who has signaled his support. The bill would limit the governor's ability to put in place administrative rules that enact laws and give the Legislature the power to control appointees to the board that runs the state economic development agency until Sept. 1. The bill is part of a package of Republican lame-duck legislation designed to weaken Evers and incoming Democratic Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul. Debate on the rest of the proposals was expected to stretch into early Wednesday in both houses.
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INDICTMENTS FINALLY EMERGE FROM PUBLICATION OF PANAMA PAPERS BY JOURNALISTS: Prosecutors in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York late Tuesday accused Ramses Owens, a longtime lawyer for Mossack Fonseca, of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit tax evasion and money laundering. Owens’ name appears 96,696 times in the massive database of leaked files maintained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, which pulled together reporters across the globe for the undertaking. He left the firm after the April 2016 publication of the Panama Papers. Also charged in the alleged conspiracy, which the indictment said dates back to 2000, are German citizen Dirk Brauer, an investment adviser for Mossfon Asset Management, which worked closely with the parent law firm to invest and manage client money; Richard Gaffey, an American accountant based outside Boston; and Harald Joachim von der Goltz, a German citizen who formerly lived in the United States and paid taxes there. The three financial professionals are alleged to have helped von der Goltz and other Mossack Fonseca clients evade U.S. taxes.
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BACK TO THE 90'S: SERBIA THREATENS TO INVADE KOSOVO AGAIN: Serbia's prime minister warned on Wednesday that the formation of a Kosovo army could trigger Serbia's armed intervention in the former province — the bluntest warning so far amid escalating tensions in the Balkans. Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo soared after the Kosovo government last month introduced a 100-percent tax on Serb imports — an apparent retaliation for a failed Kosovo bid for membership in the international police organization, Interpol, after intense Serbian lobbying. Brnabic said that Serbia is losing 42 million euros ($48 million) a month because of the Kosovo tariffs hike. Serbia has been strengthening its armed forces, devastated after the 1999 NATO intervention, mostly with Russian help. An armed intervention by Serbia in Kosovo would trigger a direct clash with NATO-led peacekeepers stationed there. Serbia recently increased its saber-rattling, including raising the combat readiness of its troops over a series of small incidents.
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          US charges four in ‘Panama Papers’ tax evasion scheme      Cache   Translate Page      

U.S. prosecutors announced Tuesday that they have charged four people with taking part in a decades-long scheme to evade U.S. taxes that came to light after a massive leak of offshore financial data known as the “Panama Papers.” Three of the four people have already been arrested, prosecutors said, ...

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Έφοδο στα κεντρικά γραφεία της Deutsche Bank στην Φρανκφούρτη πραγματοποιεί αυτή την ώρα η γερμανική αστυνομία, στο πλαίσιο εισαγγελικής έρευνας για «ξέπλυμα» μαύρου χρήματος.

Σύμφωνα με στοιχεία που προέκυψαν από τα «Panama Papers», η τράπεζα θεωρείται ότι διευκόλυνε πελάτες της
«να μεταφέρουν χρήματα από εγκληματική δραστηριότητα σε φορολογικούς παραδείσους».

Στην επιχείρηση της Ομοσπονδιακής Αστυνομίας συμμετέχουν, σύμφωνα με την Εισαγγελία της Φρανκφούρτης, περισσότερα από 170 άτομα, ενώ η έρευνα αφορά πολλά στελέχη της στην Deutsche Bank, δύο εκ των οποίων εργάζονται ακόμη και σήμερα στην τράπεζα. Όπως αναφέρεται σε δημοσιεύματα του γερμανικού Τύπου, η τράπεζα θεωρείται ότι διευκόλυνε περίπου 900 πελάτες της να στήσουν υπεράκτιες (offshore) εταιρίες σε φορολογικούς παραδείσους προκειμένου να κρύψουν εκεί χρήματα που απέκτησαν μέσω εγκληματικών δραστηριοτήτων. Πιστεύεται ότι μέσω αυτής της διαδικασίας «ξεπλύθηκαν» περίπου 311 εκατομμύρια ευρώ.

Από την πλευρά της, η DB ανακοίνωσε ότι «συνεργάζεται πλήρως» με τις αρχές και παραδέχθηκε ότι η υπόθεση σχετίζεται με τα «Panama Papers», τα οποία διέρρευσαν το 2015 από ανώνυμη πηγή στην Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Τουλάχιστον 28 γερμανικές εταιρίες αναφέρονταν στα 11,5 εκατομμύρια έγγραφα.

Ειδικά η Deutsche Bank βρισκεται εδώ και καιρό στο στόχαστρο των δικαστικών αρχών της Γερμανίας, με την υποψία της λειτουργίας μηχανισμών «ξεπλύματος» μαύρου χρήματος. Τον Σεπτέμβριο η ρυθμιστική αρχή BaFin διέταξε την τράπεζα να αναλάβει δράση για την αντιμετώπιση της κατάστασης και όρισε ειδικούς ορκωτούς λογιστές προκειμένου να διασφαλίσουν την διαδικασία. Κατά το παρελθόν η DΒ είχε αναγκαστεί να παραδεχθεί ότι οι εσωτερικές της διαδικασίες δεν ανταποκρίνονταν στους διεθνείς τραπεζικούς κανόνες, ενώ μόλις τον περασμένο Αύγουστο επιβεβαίωσε ότι ακόμη και μετά την επιβολή προστίμου για τις διευκολύνσεις που παρείχε σε ρώσους πελάτες της προκειμένου να «ξεπλύνουν» περίπου 8,8 δισεκατομμύρια ευρώ, δεν φρόντισε να διορθώσει τις πρακτικές της.

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          El panameño Jesús González viaja a Colombia a firmar contrato con La Equidad      Cache   Translate Page      
Panamá, 5 dic (EFE).- El centrocampista panameño Jesús 'Chuito' Gónzález viajará este miércoles a Colombia para someterse a pruebas médicas y luego firmar contrato como nuevo jugador del Club Deportivo La Equidad colombiano, informó el Tauro FC.
          "Panama Papers": Anklage gegen zwei Deutsche in den USA erhoben       Cache   Translate Page      
Preview Die US-Justizbehörden haben im Zusammenhang mit den sogenannten "Panama Papers" Anklage gegen vier Verdächtige erhoben, darunter zwei deutsche Staatsbürger. Das Justizministerium in Washington teilte am Dienstagabend (Ortszeit) mit, den Beschuldigten würden unter anderem Steuerbetrug und Geldwäsche vorgeworfen.
          U.S. Prosecutors Bring Their First Charges Over the Panama Papers      Cache   Translate Page      
Four men, including an American accountant, were charged with tax fraud and money laundering schemes stretching back years. A Panamanian lawyer remained at large.
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          Panamanian Indigenous Games 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
In this November 26, 2018 photo, men run during 100 meters athletics competition of the second edition of the Panamanian indigenous games in Piriati, Panama. These games were held in the Embera town of Piriati, some 55 miles (90 kilometers) east of Panama City. (Photo by Arnulfo Franco/AP Photo)

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          New US coach Berhalter vows ‘attacking’ approach      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Panamá: Reprograman juicio a dominicano acusado de homicidio y que huyó de cárcel      Cache   Translate Page      
Panamá (EFE)-. Un Tribunal de Panamá reprogramó para el 22 de abril de 2019 el juicio oral contra el dominicano Gilberto Ventura Ceballos, condenado a 50 años por secuestro y homicidio de cinco personas, y de seis panameños que presuntamente le ayudaron a fugarse de una cárcel en 2016.

"El 22 de abril de 2019 se realizará la audiencia de juicio a Gilberto Ventura Ceballos, por el delito de evasión del penal La Joyita, condenado (en julio pasado) por el delito de homicidio a cinco jóvenes de origen asiático en La Chorrera", este de la capital, confirmó hoy en Twitter el Ministerio Público (MP).

El juicio oral contra los seis panameños y Ventura Ceballos por los delitos contra la fe pública (evasión) y asociación ilícita para delinquir comenzó este lunes.

En el primer día del acto judicial, uno de los imputados logró un acuerdo de pena por tres años de prisión, pero finalmente no se lo concedió el Tribunal, al igual que otro acuerdo solicitado hoy por otro implicado que fue denegado, según versiones de la prensa local.

El fiscal David Mendoza dijo a los periodistas que Ventura Ceballos no compareció hoy alegando problemas de salud y tampoco asistió su abogado, por lo cual, indicó, se le designó un defensor de oficio.

El Tribunal de Juicio Oral se encuentra formado por los jueces María Lourdes Ortiz, Raúl Vergara y Mirna Palma.

Ventura Ceballos escapó del Centro Penitenciario La Joyita, en las afueras de la capital panameña, el 28 de diciembre de 2016, cuando eludió los controles de seguridad del penal en el momento que fue visitado por un abogado.

El 29 de septiembre de 2017 un tribunal de Panamá abrió ese nuevo caso por el delito de evasión contra Ventura Ceballos, capturado el 22 de ese mismo mes en Costa Rica.

En una audiencia, el fiscal contra el Crimen Organizado, David Mendoza, acusó a Ventura Ceballos de escaparse con la presunta colaboración de funcionarios del penal y de particulares, según se estableció con entrevistas a testigos y análisis de llamadas.

El imputado señaló que aceptaba los cargos por evasión pero no por asociación ilícita para delinquir ya que, según alegó, no recibió colaboración de nadie para cometer ese delito, y añadió que podría llegar a un acuerdo de pena con la Fiscalía.

Ventura Ceballos y el dominicano Alcibiades Méndez fueron condenados el pasado 9 de julio a 50 años de prisión cada uno por el homicidio y secuestro de cinco jóvenes panameños, un caso ocurrido entre 2010 y 2011 y que conmocionó al país centroamericano.

En 2004, Ventura Ceballos huyó de una cárcel de República Dominicana donde estaba encarcelado por el secuestro de un comerciante chino.

          Panama Papers: US-Justiz erhebt Anklage gegen zwei Deutsche      Cache   Translate Page      
Sie sollen Millionen vor den US-Behörden versteckt haben, nun wurden vier Personen im Zusammenhang mit den Panama Papers von den USA angeklagt.
          U.S. Prosecutors Charge Four People in Panama Papers Probe      Cache   Translate Page      
Federal prosecutors have charged four people with ties to Mossack Fonseca & Co., the now-defunct law firm at the center of the so-called Panama Papers tax-evasion scandal, according to an indictment unsealed Tuesday.
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          7 things you might not know about the George HW Bush administration      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Former President George H.W. Bush, who died at 94 last Friday, was a one-term president with a consequential legacy both abroad and in the US.
  • As president from 1989 to 1993, Bush built a reputation as a gentle and charming leader with a penchant for wacky socks and endearing love letters.
  • He also led controversial invasions in Central America and the Middle East that left lasting impacts on the regions and oversaw a growing AIDS epidemic and a crack down on drugs in the US. 

Former President George H.W. Bush, who died at 94 last Friday, was a one-term president with a consequential legacy both abroad and in the US.

As president from 1989 to 1993, Bush built a reputation as a gentle and charming leader with a penchant for wacky socks and endearing love letters. A decorated Navy pilot, he played an outsized role in world affairs — leading a controversial invasion into Panama in 1989 and authorizing the Persian Gulf war in 1991. He also oversaw the heightening crisis of the AIDS epidemic and fought a War on Drugs and a steep increase in incarceration. 

Here are 7 things you might not know about the 41st president's time in office: 

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The notorious Willie Horton ads

Bush's legacy is tainted in the view of many Americans by his association with a series of deeply controversial campaign ads that attempted to paint his Democratic opponent, then-Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis, as soft on crime during the 1988 presidential election by blaming the governor for crimes committed by a black prisoner. 

At the time, rising crime was at the forefront of American voter's minds, as drug-related violence was a common occurrence in major American cities.

Willie Horton was a convicted murderer serving a life sentence who was permitted to leave prison in June 1986 via a weekend furlough program in Massachusetts that Dukakis supported as governor. Horton absconded during his time out of prison and in April 1987 raped a white woman and stabbed her white fiancé, according to The Washington Post.

Supporters of Bush seized on these sentiments by creating ads, produced by Bush's campaign manager Lee Atwater and Fox News founder Roger Ailes, that either alluded to or directly referenced Horton's story, while Bush regularly referred to Horton on the campaign trail. 

John Haltiwanger contributed reporting.



Vomiting on the Japanese Prime Minister

During a 1992 state banquet in Tokyo, Bush became ill between courses of salmon, caviar, and grilled beef, and vomited into the lap of Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa before passing out and falling backwards. 

First Lady Barbara Bush rushed over as did the president's Secret Service agents — one even leapt over the long dinner table. Bush was quickly revived, stood up, smiled, and shook Miyazawa's hand before excusing himself. 

The incident was later mercilessly parodied on Saturday Night Live. 



Cutting ties with the NRA

Bush severed ties with the National Rifle Association in 1995 after the gun advocacy group's Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre called law enforcement and Secret Service agents "jack-booted thugs" who were stripping Americans of their constitutional rights. 

Bush condemned LaPierre's statement, which the organization did not retract after criticism, calling it a "broadside against Federal agents."

"You have not repudiated Mr. LaPierre's unwarranted attack," Bush wrote. "Therefore, I resign as a Life Member of NRA, said resignation to be effective upon your receipt of this letter. Please remove my name from your membership list."



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          Comment on George H.W. Bush, Icon of the WASP Establishment—and of Brutal US Repression in the Third World by 600239321      Cache   Translate Page      
I find it interesting observing the same interaction in play from both the people graciously eulogizing 41 and 41&apos;s own blindside when it came to policy. No doubt Bush was personally gracious and thus his interactions with those he met personally were cordial and perhaps warm. But those "others" that he did not meet he seems to have no empathy. He made brutal decisions that harmed thousands, but those thousands were not people he knew, so it was just necessary collateral damage. Perhaps if I knew 41 personally I would have kinder gentler words, but I do not and thus I am left with his brutal policies and decisions that harmed our world. May you now have time to beg for forgiveness from all of the innocent Panamanians whose deaths you precipitated.
          The West Slips Down Another Step      Cache   Translate Page      
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There is much on the Internet these days about documents allegedly hacked by Anonymous; these documents belong to the “Integrity Initiative” and describe a multi-country effort, funded by London and Washington, to counter “Russian propaganda” and “fake news”. Since the initial story broke, a good deal of confusion has been laid down: Wikileaks is doubtful, and Anonymous itself is being evasive. On the other hand, Integrity Initiative doesn’t entirely deny.
But even if entirely false, they would be in that curious category of “fake but true”: Integrity Initiative does actually exist and here is its website. It is certainly engaged in anti-Russia propaganda. It publishes articles locking the barn door after the horses have escaped: yes, “Novichok” is terribly deadly but that doesn’t mean it will kill you. But, if it isn’t strong enough to kill you today, it may be strong enough to kill someone four months later. Its most memorable statement is surely this:
The Kremlin has invested more operational thought, intent and resource in disinformation, in Europe and elsewhere in the democratic world, than any other single player.
A statement that would stun anyone who’s ever been in a hotel and gone channel cruising: RT’s in there somewhere along with CNN, MSNBC, Fox, BBC, DW, France Télévisions, Rai and so on. A tiny voice in a bellowing crowd. But, after all, these are the people who tell us that Russia affected the US election with one FB message per 400 million others.
The Integrity Initiative is one of many. We had, and still have, the Legatum Institute which worried about “Russian disinformation” back in 2013, a pair of British thinktankers two years later also worried about “Russia’s information warfare in the UK“. Then it was time for “hybrid war“, a supposed Russian invention. The so-called intelligence assessment (of “all 17 agencies“, but actually a hand-picked group from only three, one of which only had “moderate confidence”) on Russian hacking devoted nearly half its space to a four-year old rant about RT!
Such an obsession with RT and Sputnik! How many eyeballs do they reach? Not that many by all evidence. We’re talking small – not 1/413,000,000th small – but small. A good deal less than the BBC alone. Amazing! But the West bravely marshals its feeble power against the colossus of RT and creates the British Army’s “77th Brigade” of Twitter commandos, the US has its soldiers at Fort Bragg trolling away, NATO’s Centre of Excellence in Tallinn pumps it out and now the Integrity Initiative extrudes copy. Even little Canada has got into the act. Then we have the so-called independent think tanks busy creating “objective” “impartial” “scholarly” expliqués of the Russian threat. Some of these are nothing but beards for the arms industry. An example is CEPA (“a tax-exempt, non-profit, non-partisan, public policy research institute”) supported by, inter alia, the US Mission to NATO, NATO Public Diplomacy Division, US Naval Postgraduate School, US Department of Defense, US Department of State, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Raytheon Company, European Defense Agency, Chevron Corporation, Bell Helicopter, Textron Systems and BAE Systems. Its “non-partisan” reports tell us Russia is sowing chaos, that we must defend the “Sulwaki Corridor”, Nord Stream is a bad idea and so on. You may not have noticed Moscow’s hand in Catalonian separatism, but they have. All very predictable and just the sort of thing a company making big weapons wants out there to buttress its sales pitch. Bearded guys in turbans and sandals with IEDs are not big business; Russians in tanks are. A rather curious idea of “non-partisan”.
But, despite this, we’re supposed to believe that RT and Sputnik have awesome powers and that one little tweet from a Russian bot has an overwhelming effect against which these “non-partisan” outfits have a tough struggle. An intelligent child can see the nonsense.
But enough sarcasm, this isn’t funny: it’s actually very serious. Apart from the dangers of building up war fever against a power that could obliterate the West, it’s a telling indication of the decline of the West. And so triumphant and so confident only two decades ago!
In the Cold War Moscow’s sin was that it was actively trying to overthrow us and send those of us it didn’t shoot to the GuLag. Today its crime is contumacy: it persistently refuses to accept the blame that the West puts on it.
But neither do many of us. So, if you, as I do, think that the Western version of the MH17 story is a bit fishy, doubt that Assad is dumb enough to do the one thing that would invite Western missiles, regard Whitehall’s Skripal story as laughably incoherent, doubt that Litvinenko could write a perfect English sentence, find it absurd to assume that Putin kills people by such easily noticed means, know that there were Russian troops in Crimea all along, notice that the White Helmets have received millions yet can only afford dust masks and flip flops, had heard of the Crimean Tatars before, notice that NATO has expanded up to Russia’s borders and not the other way around, know something about Ossetian-Georgian relations, know what the Ukrainian Constitution says about getting rid of presidents, remember Nuland’s telephone call, can remember all the people falsely demonised by the Western propaganda machine… If you dare to think those thoughts, these people will call you a victim of (or accomplice in) Russian disinformation and say you need re-education. Certainly they don’t want you to be heard.
Of course no one is calling for the end of freedom of speech, just a shutting down of “fake news”. Social media is doing its best to do so, advised by such “impartial” organisations, in the case of Facebook, as the Atlantic Council. Which is funded by, well, many of the same organisations as CEPA, but with more foreign governments and oil companies. Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Northrup Grumman, United Technologies, Boeing: they’re not interested in funding a venue for people who question the Russian threat meme, are they?
Once upon a time truth was considered to be the best defence. In the Cold War there was little effort to silence Soviet propaganda. Anybody could listen to Radio Moscow, read Soviet newspapers or anything else. Most countries had a legal communist party working, under Moscow’s strict control, for a communist takeover and pumping out propaganda as hard as it could. Innumerable front groups pushed communist and Soviet policy under a variety of covers. We didn’t worry too much: truth was the best defence. But the USSR did worry and it spent enormous efforts jamming Western broadcasts. A child could figure it out: the side that’s blocking the other side is afraid of the truth, it’s afraid of dissent, it’s afraid of freedom.
Twenty years ago most Russians would have agreed that Pravda & Co were lying both about the USSR and about the West. But not any more: read what Margarita Simonyan, the head of the dreaded RT, says: “Лет пятьдесят – тайно и явно – мы хотели жить как вы, а больше не хотим” (“For fifty years, secretly and openly, we wanted to live like you, but not any longer“). Reflect on what produced this contemporary Russian bittersweet joke: “Pravda lied to us about the USSR, but it told the truth about the West”.
So, in the end, Russians didn’t “drink the Kool-aid”. Willing once to believe, they believe no more. And that is Russia’s sin. It’s not bolsheviks lusting for blood, with nooses in their hands, charging down Park Lane and Wall Street these days, it’s Russians stubbornly being Russian. And that is unforgivable to a West that has lost the confidence that its positions stand strong and unaided.
Which it has. Why else these attempts to manipulate public opinion and block disagreement? It is, in a word, Soviet behaviour. The side that’s mostly telling the truth isn’t afraid of the other side’s lies. Again, a child could figure it out.
What they are telling us (forget all that Magna Carta, freedom of speech and thought, European Values stuff they were boasting about a few years ago) is this:
We don’t trust you to make up your mind, so we’ll do it for you.
Accept, Believe, Repeat. It’s a big slip down the slope.
Remember the notion, popular at one time, that the Soviets and the West would converge? Well, maybe they did and just kept moving past each other. Soon we’ll be fully Soviet in our response to Big Brother: believe the opposite, read between the lines, notice what you’re not being told.
But the “Russia information war” pays good money for people who can say with a straight face: “Novichok is deadly except when it isn’t” or “Our intelligence agencies rely on Bellingcat to tell them what’s going on” or “Assad gasses civilians when he’s winning because he likes being bombed” or “Putin kills all his enemies except the ones who are telling you he does” or “the Panama Papers prove Putin’s corruption even though his name isn’t mentioned” or, indeed, “Russia swung the US election with a trivial number of social media posts”. Oh, and RT is rotting our minds. Even if no one you know has ever watched it.
They are paid to believe what they believe to be paid.

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          Alex Winter’s film on the Panama Papers is an examination of a sickness ailing America      Cache   Translate Page      
When the Panama Papers were first released in 2016, with millions of documents leaked from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca showing how the world’s wealthiest use and abuse tax havens to hide their money, the documents revealed a previously unseen world of financial secrecy and tax fraud. The release of the documents helped topple […]
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ZONASULTRA.COM LASUSUA – Ratusan warga Desa Lapolu Kecamatan Tiwu Kabupaten Kolaka Utara (Kolut) melakukan aksi demonstrasi di kantor Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (PDAM) Tirta Tampanama di Lasusua pada Rabu (5/12/2018). Warga menuntut PDAM bertanggung jawab atas pencabutan meteran air serta pembayaran yang tidak sesuai saat penagihan. Selanjutnya warga juga menyuarakan jika selama ini PDAM pilih […]
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Le président chinois Xi Jinping, en visite au Panama, est parvenu lundi à un large consensus de vues avec son homologue panaméen Juan Carlos Varela, avec qui il a décidé de promouvoir un renforcement des relations bilatérales. M. Xi est arrivé...
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La visite du président chinois Xi Jinping au Panama marquera un jalon dans les relations bilatérales, a estimé le vice-ministre panaméen des Affaires étrangères, Luis Miguel Hincapie. M. Xi est arrivé à Panama dimanche soir dans le cadre d'une...
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Le président chinois Xi Jinping est arrivé dimanche au Panama pour une visite d'Etat, la première du genre depuis l'établissement des relations diplomatiques entre la Chine et le Panama en juin 2017. A leur arrivée à l'aéroport, M. Xi et son...
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The Panama Appeals saga has taken a new twist as the newly appointed judge to replace the recently retired Mr Justice Antonio Mizzi has decreed that submissions are to be made in writing within four days of notification, with the final decision to be delivered in chambers. Mr Justice Giovanni Grixti, assigned the case after Mr Justice Mizzi’s retirement, outlined the various steps in the ongoing saga. It was sparked off by an application filed by former Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil on July 14, 2017, requesting duty magistrate Ian Farrugia to launch an investigation into revelations emerging from the Panama Papers. Magistrate Farrugia returned a decision green lighting the requested inquiry, thereby prompting an appeal by each of the targeted persons namely, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, his chief of staff Keith Schembri and Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi, together with businessmen Brian Tonna, Karl Cini, Malcolm Scerri and Adrian Hillman. The hearing of those appeals had been entrusted to Mr Justice Antonio Mizzi, whose wife, Labour MEP Marlene Mizzi, had expressed her views on the Panama Papers scandal, thus prompting a challenge of the judge by Dr Busuttil. Following the...
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Education Minister Evarist Bartolo intimated on Tuesday he was still of the opinion that Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi should step down in the wake of the Panama scandal. Asked by the Times of Malta whether he still supported calls for Dr Mizzi to step down, the veteran minister replied: “I speak when I decide to. I have nothing to add to the many times I have expressed myself.” Fellow ministers Edward Scicluna and Helena Dalli have said they had “no opinion” about 17 Black, while other Cabinet members toed the Prime Minister’s line about awaiting the outcome of investigations. Mr Bartolo was at the forefront of both public and internal Labour Party calls two years ago for Dr Mizzi to step down in the wake of reports that he had opened secret structures in Panama to receive planned payments of $1 million. Mr Bartolo, however, remained silent in the wake of media reports by the Times of Malta and Reuters that 17 Black is owned by power station investor Yorgen Fenech. When asked about this, Mr Bartolo said nothing had changed on his part. “I have not reversed anything,” he said. Read: 'I would have resigned', Bartolo says of his cabinet colleague A leaked e-mail sent by Dr Mizzi’s...
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Final Night : 29 January 2019 

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Il tour di Eros Ramazzotti per Vita ce n'è sembra non volersi fermare. Dopo le prime date annunciate, l'artista romano si dice pronto ad allungare il calendario con altri appuntamenti che condurrà nelle Americhe.

Si tratta dei concerti legati al supporto di Vita ce n'è, sua ultima prova di studio nella quale ha voluto già inserire una nota internazionale attraverso i duetti con Luis Fonsi e Alessia Cara.

La prevendita dei biglietti per le nuove date è partita dal 5 dicembre e non è escluso che il calendario possa ulteriormente arricchirsi di nuovi appuntamenti, visto il successo di vendite della prima tranche che solo per la parte italiana ha visto staccare circa 200000 tagliandi.

L'assetto della tournée mondiale che Eros Ramazzotti inaugurerà nei prossimi mesi è realizzato da sua moglie Marica Pellegrinelli, dalla quale ha avuto i figli Raffaella Maria e Gabrio Tullio. In queste ore, l'artista di Perfetto sta festeggiando il compleanno della sua primogenita Aurora, avuta dal matrimonio con Michelle Hunziker.

L'amore per la sua figlia maggiore è contenuto anche in Vita ce n'è, nel quale ha inserito il brano Buonamore che le ha dedicato. Come lo stesso artista ebbe modo di dichiarare ad alcuni giorni dal rilascio del disco, il brano è un modo per lasciar andare sua figlia ormai adulta, quindi pronta alle belle esperienze ma anche a quelle più deludenti che aiutano a crescere.

I concerti avranno inizio dall'anteprima mondiale del 17 febbraio a Monaco e continueranno in tutto il globo e in Italia per i primi mesi del 2019. Queste le date della leg mondiale che Eros Ramazzotti terrà per il supporto a Vita ce n'è.

Maggio 2019

14 Guadalajara, Auditorium Telmex
16 Mexico City, Auditorio Nacional
18 Monterrey, Banamex Auditorium
21 Los Angeles, Greek Theatre
24 Miami, American Airlines Arena
28 Panama City, Teatro Anayansi
31 Sao Paulo, Espacio Das Americas

Giugno 2019

02 Rio De Janeiro, Vivo Rio
05 Santiago Del Chile, Movistar Arena
08 Buenos Aires, Luna Park
13 Laval, Place Bell
15 Toronto, Scotland Bank Arena
18 New York, Radio City Music Hall
20 Philadelphia, Metropolitan Opera House
22 Boston, Boch Center Wang Theatre
26 Chicago, Rosemont Theatre

Queste le date italiane del tour per Vita ce n'è.

2 marzo Torino, Pala Alpitour
5, 6, 8 e 9 marzo Assago (Mi), Mediolanum Forum
12, 13, 15, 16 marzo Roma, Pala Lottomatica

Eros Ramazzotti è anche un grande tifoso di calcio. Di recente ha dichiarato di essere pronto a incontrare Cristiano Ronaldo, ma si è anche complimentato con Luka Modric per la recente e meritata conquista del Pallone d'Oro.

L'articolo Inarrestabile il tour di Eros Ramazzotti per Vita ce n’è, si aggiungono nuove date in America proviene da Optimagazine - webzine di Optima Italia.


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U.S. prosecutors announced Tuesday that they have charged four people with taking part in a decades-long scheme to evade U.S. taxes that came to light after a massive leak of offshore financial data known as the "Panama Papers."

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Dominican artistic skaters on wheels six year old Daniela and her sister eight year old Letizia García Medina, won gold [&hellip
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Autoritățile germane fac, joi, percheziții la șase sedii ale Deutsche Bank din Frankfurt într-un dosar de spălare de bani. Presa scrie că anchetatorii au deschis dosarul după dezvăluirile făcute în dosarul Panama Papers. În jur de 170 de criminalişti, procurori şi inspectori fiscali au percheziţionat sediile celei mai mari bănci din Germania. Procuratura din Frankfurt […]

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General Motors is closing plants.  Will Morrow (WSWS) reports:

Since the transnational automotive giant General Motors announced on Monday that it plans to close five plants in the United States and Canada in 2019, and two more plants in unspecified locations, the political establishment and trade unions have stepped up their efforts to fan the poisonous flames of nationalism to divide and pit workers against one another and prevent any fight against GM’s attacks.
Among workers, however, there is widespread support for a joint struggle across national lines against the globally organized corporation.
In Windsor, Ontario, just across the international border with Michigan, Peter, a Fiat-Chrysler worker with 19 years, said the news of the plans to close the GM plant in Oshawa, Canada, as well as in Detroit, Michigan and Lordstown, Ohio, “has been going around like crazy. It’s a fear for us because of the uncertainty. It’s like one day you’re working and the next you don’t know what’s going to happen. It’s GM, but who’s to say it won’t be Ford or Chrysler next.”
Peter said he thought workers should “fight together. We should stand together. There’s no better way to make a stand than with high numbers. It doesn’t matter what country you’re from; it’s the people who are working. Everyone wants to make a living. That’s what it really comes down to: the working class is the one that has to pay.”
There were previously two GM plants 10 years ago in Windsor. “Both of them were shut down, and all that’s left is a Chrysler and Ford plant. You never know who’s next.” As far as the company is concerned, “there’s never apparently enough money for them. They just made billions. It’s like the modern grief factor: Everyone has to suffer in order for the big guys to get more in their pockets? How much is enough before you stop destroying jobs?”


As Jerry White has observed, "In its coverage of the General Motors plant closure announcement, the World Socialist Web Site has stressed that one of the central aims of the job massacre is to intimidate 140,000 GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler workers whose contracts are expiring next summer and break their determination to win significant improvements in wages and working conditions from the highly profitable automakers."





This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Tuesday:


Tuesday, December 4, 2018.  "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."


Replying to 

Invaded Panama. Invaded Iraq (the first time) on a lie. Withheld evidence from Iran/Contra hearings. Highway of Death. We ignore the horrible things former politicians did, "honor them for their service" when they die, then wonder why the next ones are worse.







That's the man some are mourning, a true War Criminal.

And you can't mourn a War Criminal without a lot of lies.  Which is how we get Barbra Streisand. 




Two years ago this week, I was honored to invite our 41st President and First Lady to my first ever concert in Texas. They came to my dressing room before the show and we exchanged gifts. I’m glad he and Barbara are together again. RIP. 🙏🏻







I'm so glad you made nice, Babsy.

Let's see when did you do your live concert again?  Hmm, September 1986.  Why again?  You were so scared to perform live but you were more scared about what might happen to our planet if the Reagan-Bush years continued into Bush years, remember now?

Remember any of the crap you said at the time?

The reality of War Criminal George H.W. Bush does not get "kinder and gentler" if you just zoom in to his domestic activities.  He campaigned on racism (the Willie Horton ads) and he campaigned on sexism.  He especially campaigned on sexism because he had the 'wimp factor' issue to overcome.  From Susan Faludi's BACKLASH: THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN:

Rather than meeting the demands of women, the GOP men struck macho stands that they hoped would impress their own sex.  Bush hoped especially to prove his manly mettle to members of the press corps, who seemed as obsessed with the "wimp factor" as the male politicians they were covering.  "I get furious," Bush assured them.  "I go ballistic.  I really do and I bawl people out.  Of course, everyone's running for cover."  He even predicted, more wistfully than assertively, "Maybe I'll turn out to be a Teddy Roosevelt."
During the race, Bush's campaign managers dismissed questions about women's rights; they were too trivial to warrant comment, they said.  "We're not running around and dealing with a lot of so-called women's issues," Bush's press secretary indignantly told the New York Times.  When Bush summoned a group of elected officials to advise him during the campaign, only one was a woman.  While the candidate claimed that opposition to abortion was a cornerstone of his campaign, he didn't give this critical concern of women's much apparent thought.  When asked in a televised debate if he was "prepared to brand a woman a criminal for this decision," he said, "I haven't storted out the penalties."  His one seeming nod in the direction of working women's needs during the campaign was a penny-ante child care proposal that would give the poorest working families about $20 a week in tax breaks.  This pocket change was supposed to pay for basic child care that, on average, costs four times as much.  In the end, the Bush campaign's only real gesture to women was,incredibly, the selection of Dan Quayle.  His youthful blond looks, Republican leaders told journalists, would surely charm the ladies.



I'm sorry, unlike Barbra I don't support abortion rights one moment and, the next, shed tears and offer praise for a man who tried to destroy women's rights.  George H.W. Bush was despicable.   The April 1988 and April 1992 abortion right marches in DC?  We had to take to the streets to push back against Poppy Bush and all the other sickos who thought they could control women's bodies.


Some women were repeatedly targeted by Poppy Bush.  This was especially true if the women were women of color and/or gay.  Kevin Naff (WASHINGTON BLADE) remembers how homophobic Poppy was:




There’s nothing more galling than revisionist history and last weekend’s reactions to the death of former President George H.W. Bush brought an onslaught of it to many social media feeds and, more predictably, to mainstream media.
I was stunned to see my own feeds filled with tributes to the 41st president — some written by gay men. And on World AIDS Day, no less.
Even the Advocate — once a leading critic of the Reagan-Bush administrations — joined this chorus of glossing over Bush’s anti-LGBTQ record. In an Advocate story posted on World AIDS Day about Bush’s death, the word “AIDS” appears just once in a reference to Reagan. The headline describes Bush as “no enemy of LGBTQ people.”

Chris Johnson (WASHINGTON BLADE) reports:



Gay former Rep. Barney Frank, whose 32-year tenure in Congress included the George H.W. Bush administration from 1989 to 1992, told the Washington Blade in an interview Saturday the late former president “was bad” on LGBT rights and “wouldn’t do anything” to advance them.
“I asked him, for example, to rescind the Eisenhower rule that said we couldn’t get security clearances,” Frank said. “He refused to do it. Bill Clinton did a few years later.”
Frank also said Bush refused to roll back military’s ban on gay service members, which was administrative and not statutory in the days before the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law of 1993.
“Bush was simply unsupportive on any issue,” Frank added.
[. . .]



Larry Kramer, a longtime activist against HIV/AIDS, was succinct in response to a Blade email inquiry on whether Bush deserves credit for signing the Ryan White Care Act into law.
“I will not give him credit for anything,” Kramer said. “He hated us.”

Poor Barbra Streisand.  Yet again, Larry Kramer's telling truths and Babsie's hedging her bets.  One stands for LGBTQ rights and the other just uses gays to try to prop up her dying career.


Sometimes it's as basic as you tell the truth or you lie.  You stand up or you whore.  As Rose says in Jane Smiley's A THOUSAND ACRES (Michelle Pfeiffer gives an incredible performance as Rose in the film version which recently came out on Blu Ray), "All that I have is that I saw.  I saw without being afraid and without turning away.  And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable."

Rose can make that claim.  Whores like Barbra Streisand cannot.

More than any other Americans, the Bush Crime Family destroyed the country of Iraq and left so many people damaged.  Raya al-Jadir (INDEPENDENT) explores realities for the disabled and challenged in Iraq:



Years of wars, economic sanctions and corruption have dominated life in Iraq and contributed greatly to the fact that the disabled community is simply not a priority for the government. Poverty rates in Iraq are on the rise, affecting 35 per cent of the population according to the ministry of planning, meaning many are unable to afford education or healthcare.


Official statistics indicate that there are more than 1.3 million disabled people in Iraq (3 per cent of the population); campaigners however believe the real number is three times that. Although Iraq is party to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, media activist Ali Adil says: “In Iraq, many persons with disabilities continue to suffer from marginalisation and lack of access to their basic rights, in addition to community discrimination.”
On paper, every disabled person in Iraq is in receipt of a financial allowance regardless of whether the person is in employment or not – this amounts to approximately £66 a month. The stipend depends on the assessed severity of the person’s disability and to qualify Iraqis have to go through various consultations and medical examinations. As one activist who works with the British Council in Iraq informed me, “This long and bureaucratic system is almost 'disabling' the disabled person.”

Specialist care and services are either inaccessible or non-existent. Families often choose to home school their children in an effort not to send them to mainstream schools which are ill equipped to provide support or tackle discrimination.

Accessing healthcare has also become out of reach for many who cannot afford to pay. Rahma, a four year old girl, has phenylketonuria (PKU) a genetic condition that can lead to a build-up of the amino acid phenylalanine, which untreated can lead to brain damage and seizures. A protein-limited diet and supplements can prevent serious build ups, but these are not available in Iraq; her mother has to order it from abroad costing her more than £400 per month.


Here's a cold hard reality, the Iraqis above?  They didn't get 30 minutes of airtime over the weekend but Poppy Bush got non-stop praise on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and it will continue today.  It's an informercial selling War Criminals and war.  And useless whores like Barbie Streisand -- now 92% plastic thanks to all the fillers in her face -- will rush to identify with the criminals.  Barbara is not of the people and if you missed that, while she was promoting her album (Sour) WALLS, she sat down for an interview and explained why so many Republicans saw her in concert -- "They're the only ones who can afford the tickets!"  She thought that was funny.  She claims to be a Democrat, she claims to be a feminist, she claims to love her fans.  But she's perfectly fine with charging outrageous prices that guarantee only the very wealthy can see her.


Corruption, it inflicts more than just governments.  But it does inflict governments -- the US, certainly, and it's puppet Iraq.

At the end of October, Adil Adel al-Mahdi was moved from prime minister-designate to prime minister despite his inability to form a full Cabinet.  He still doesn't have a full Cabinet, despite constantly promising 'next week.'  John Davison and Ahmed Rasheed (REUTERS) report:



The two largest parliamentary groupings to emerge after the vote in May - one led by populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the other by Iranian-backed militia leader Hadi al-Amiri - formed a tacit alliance in October when they picked a president and approved 14 out of 22 cabinet ministers.
But since then there has been stalemate, mainly over the empty interior ministry post dominated for years by allies of Amiri, who are backing the former head of a paramilitary force supported by Tehran. Sadr meanwhile says no one with a political affiliation should get the post.
A vote in parliament to fill the vacant ministries in Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s cabinet has been repeatedly put back.  


RUDAW reports that al-Mahdi's finally come up with choices for his eight empty Cabinet posts:


Dara Nuradin – Ministry of Justice

Falih Fayadh – Ministry of Interior

Faysal Jarba – Ministry of Defense

Qusay Abdulwahab Suheil – Ministry of Higher Education

Saba Khayradin Tani – Ministry of Education

Abdulamir Hamdani – Ministry of Culture

Nouri Natiq Dlemi – Ministry of Planning

Hanna Immanuel Gorgis – Ministry of Immigrants and Immigration



But nominees require a vote in Parliament.




PM has arrived at the parliament building. On the agenda is a vote on the remaining 8 cabinet positions, including Defence & Interior.







Breaking: MPs say only six out of the eight remaining ministers will be voted on today; the two ministeries excluded are the Defense and Interior Ministries due to discord over the candidates







Huge walkout in 's parliament in protest over candidates for his half empty cabinet.Bif crisis is looming.  

     
 





Meanwhile, the flooding continues in Iraq.


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