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English - I love you
Afrika - Ek het jou lief
Albanian (Albania) - Te dua
Arabic (Arab) - Ana behibak (to male)
Arabic (Arab) - Ana behibek (to female)
Armenian (Armenia) - Yes kez sirumem


Bambara (Afrika Barat) - M'bi fe
Bengali (India) - Ami tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee)
Belarusian (Azerbaijan) - Ya tabe kahayu
Bisaya (Borneo) - Nahigugma ako kanimo
Bulgaria - Obicham te
Kamboja - Soro lahn nhee ah
Catalan (Catalonia, Valencia) - T'estimo
Cherokee (Carolina Utara) - Tsi ge yu i
Cheyenne (Wyoming) - Ne mohotatse
Chichewa (Singapura) - Ndimakukonda
Chinese (Kanton) - Ngo oiy ney a
Chinese (Mandarin) - Wo ai ni
Comanche (Mexico) - U kamakutu nu (pronounced oo----ka-ma-koo-too-----nu)
Corsican (Pulau Corsica di Laut Mediterania)- Ti tengu caru (to male)
Cree (Canada utara) - Kisakihitin
Creole (Lousiana) - Mi aime jou
Croatian (Kroasia) - Volim te
Czech (Chechnya) - Miluji te
Danish (Denmark) - Jeg Elsker Dig
Dutch (Belanda) - Ik hou van jou
Elvish (Stockholm) - Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Esperanto (Amerika selatan) - Mi amas vin
Estonian (Estonia) - Ma armastan sind
Ethiopian (Ethiopia) - Afgreki'
Faroese (Pulau Faroese) - Eg elski teg
Farsi (Persia) - Doset daram
Filipino (Filipina) - Mahal kita
Finnish (Finlandia) - Mina rakastan sinua
French (Perancis) - Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Frisian (Skandinavia) - Ik hald fan dy
Gaelic (Skotlandia) - Ta gra agam ort
Georgian (Georgia) - Mikvarhar
German (Jerman) - Ich liebe dich
Greek (Yunani) - S'agapo
Gujarati (Gujarat) - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo
Hiligaynon (Pulau Panay Timur, Filipina) - Palangga ko ikaw, Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hawaiian (Hawaii) - Aloha Au Ia`oe
Hebrew (Eropa timur)
To female - "ani ohev otach" (said by male) "ohevet Otach" (said by female)
To male - "ani ohev otcha" (said by male) "Ohevet ot'cha" (said by female)
Hindi (India) - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Hmong (group di China) - Kuv hlub koj
Hopi (Arizona) - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian (Hungaria) - Szeretlek
Icelandic (Jerman utara) - Eg elska tig
Ilonggo (Pulau Pannay) - Palangga ko ikaw
Indonesian (Indonesia) - Saya cinta padamu
Inuit (Eskimo) - Negligevapse
Irish (Irlandia) - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian (Italia) - Ti amo
Japanese (Jepang) - Aishiteru or Anata ga daisuki desu
Kannada (Canada) - Naanu ninna preetisuttene
Kapampangan (Kota Capampangan, Filipina) - Kaluguran daka
Kiswahili (Swahili) - Nakupenda
Konkani (kota Goa, India) - Tu magel moga cho
Korean (Korea) - Sarang Heyo or Nanun tangshinul sarang hamnida
Latin - Te amo
Latvian (Latvia) - Es tevi miilu
Lebanese (Lebanon) - Bahibak
Lithuanian (Lithuania) - Tave myliu
Luxembourgeois (Luxemburg) - Ech hun dech gaer
Macedonian (Makedonia) - Te Sakam
Malay (Malaysia) - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam (India selatan) - Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Maltese (Malta) - Inhobbok
Marathi (India Barat) - Me tula prem karto
Mohawk(Ontario) - Kanbhik
Moroccan (Maroko) - Ana moajaba bik


           SXSW 2019: Can Facebook Handle Its Election Security Role?       Cache   Translate Page      

AUSTIN, TEXAS — The discussion around securing elections broke away from the standard cybersecurity fare and turned to the ill effects of social media and misinformation during a panel at South by Southwest on March 11. 

The panelists, who included representatives from the New York Times, Facebook, the Atlantic Council and BlueDot Strategies, discussed the damaging and largely unforeseen role platforms like Facebook and Twitter have had on elections around the globe.

From the perspective of Katie Harbath, Facebook’s public policy director for global elections, concerning activity started months before many in the U.S. were talking about misinformation and political ads flowing through the platform.

“For me, where I really started to see things shift was not November 2016, but May 9, 2016,” Harbath said. “That was the date of the Philippines [general] election.”

That election was followed in short order by the Brexit vote June 23 and highlighted the need for attention on the part of the company and the social media ecosystem as a whole. Misinformation campaigns, fake accounts and what Harbath refers to as “false news” were showing signs of traction in those elections. 

Harbath said the company’s “new normal” consists of a handful of priorities: taking down fake accounts; dealing with false news; improving transparency around political ads; and countering foreign and domestic bad actors.

“This is our new normal,” she said. “What we are doing now, (and) we are putting a ton of resources in, is — how do we get to a point where we can mitigate as much of the bad as possible, make sure we have the team set up to handle anything that might come our way that we weren’t expecting?”

As examples in the Philippines and U.K. starkly illustrate, the problem stretches far beyond the borders of the United States. Moira Whelan, founding partner of BlueDot Strategies, said the tools once seen as a great democratizing force are now being turned against democratic efforts.

What initially was seen as an opportunity to have robust debates in countries with only state-run media outlets quickly showed the potential for misuse in the global political arena.

“My old job was as the deputy assistant secretary for digital strategy with the U.S. State Department … where I got to, one, convince a bunch of world leaders that social media was a good idea, and then watch as ISIS and Russian trolls tried to tear it all down,” Whelan said anecdotally. 

Now that the proverbial cat is out of the bag and those with an agenda and the ability have platforms to spread their message, what’s to be done? As it turns out, the answer is nothing short of costly and labor-intensive. 

For the Facebook network, which also includes Instagram and WhatsApp, Harbath points to 40 or so teams dedicated to looking at content for signs of foul play. But even with the resources and money that Facebook has, issues arise like context of political commentary, native language translations and a host of other considerations.

“The United States is the exception, not the rule generally in most anything that has to do with an election,” Harbath said.

Partnerships with the likes of the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation help the company to coordinate on issues regarding U.S. elections, but Harbath said the problem is multifaceted and often spills off of the pages of Facebook and onto smaller networks that may not have the ability or skill to take action.

“This activity isn’t just happening on our platforms, it can get pushed out to other, smaller platforms that may not have as much money and resources and stuff that we do in which to do this,” Harbath said. “We’re trying to look at, how can we help the overall ecosystem get better at this?”

Graham Brookie, director and managing editor of the Digital Forensic Research Lab within the Atlantic Council, said building up “digital resilience” across the social media and Internet environment is essential to mitigating many of the issues platforms and governments are grappling with.

Before any of that can happen, though, Brookie said understanding the spread and digestion of information in these countries needs to be a priority.

“If you’re going to look at disinformation and how it spreads in that particular community, you need to know how people actually consume information in that community,” Brookie said.

In Macedonia’s naming referendum, for example, Brookie pointed to the fact that much of the information consumed in the country comes from television — to the tune of 92 percent — and social media, specifically Facebook. That's an important factor in determining where to focus efforts that target the spread of disinformation.

The global nature of the problem does not lend itself well to policy creation and simple fixes, but Brookie says a first step in any legislation would be having lawmakers who understand the space.

“First and foremost, I think the bottom line is that you need policymakers that know what the Internet is,” he quipped.

New York Times technology columnist Kevin Roose pointed out the almost surreal nature of the situation and how the sanctity of elections across the globe relies so heavily on private companies in other parts of the world.

“The fact that … the integrity of global elections relies on a few people in California and D.C. and New York is just incredibly strange, and I don’t think we should accept that as status quo because that is the product of intentional decisions that platforms have made to expand into countries where they don’t have enough infrastructure to support safe elections,” he said. “That’s one of the things that I will be sort of looking for in the years ahead — not only can we play a more effective game of whack-a-mole, (but whether) the places that distribute news, whether it’s the cable news channels in the local Macedonian market or the big global platforms, whether they are actually willing to make changes to their products or just sort of beefing up their policy staff.”


          Core Group on Sri Lanka Comprising UK, Canada, Germany, Montenegro and North Macedonia Present Resolution A/HRC/40/L.1 Titled “Promoting Reconciliation,Accountability and Human Rights in Sri Lanka” at UNHRC In Geneva.      Cache   Translate Page      
The Core Group on Sri Lanka, led by the United Kingdom on Monday tabled the Resolution on Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva. The Core Group on Sri Lanka, comprising Canada, Germany, Montenegro, North Macedonia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland presented the resolution A/HRC/40/L.1 titled ...

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          March 12: Exodus 23; John 2; Job 41; 2 Corinthians 11       Cache   Translate Page      

With family: Exodus 23; John 2

Exodus 23 (Listen)

23 “You shall not spread a false report. You shall not join hands with a wicked man to be a malicious witness. You shall not fall in with the many to do evil, nor shall you bear witness in a lawsuit, siding with the many, so as to pervert justice, nor shall you be partial to a poor man in his lawsuit.

“If you meet your enemy's ox or his donkey going astray, you shall bring it back to him. If you see the donkey of one who hates you lying down under its burden, you shall refrain from leaving him with it; you shall rescue it with him.

“You shall not pervert the justice due to your poor in his lawsuit. Keep far from a false charge, and do not kill the innocent and righteous, for I will not acquit the wicked. And you shall take no bribe, for a bribe blinds the clear-sighted and subverts the cause of those who are in the right.

“You shall not oppress a sojourner. You know the heart of a sojourner, for you were sojourners in the land of Egypt.

Laws About the Sabbath and Festivals

10 “For six years you shall sow your land and gather in its yield, 11 but the seventh year you shall let it rest and lie fallow, that the poor of your people may eat; and what they leave the beasts of the field may eat. You shall do likewise with your vineyard, and with your olive orchard.

12 “Six days you shall do your work, but on the seventh day you shall rest; that your ox and your donkey may have rest, and the son of your servant woman, and the alien, may be refreshed.

13 “Pay attention to all that I have said to you, and make no mention of the names of other gods, nor let it be heard on your lips.

14 “Three times in the year you shall keep a feast to me. 15 You shall keep the Feast of Unleavened Bread. As I commanded you, you shall eat unleavened bread for seven days at the appointed time in the month of Abib, for in it you came out of Egypt. None shall appear before me empty-handed. 16 You shall keep the Feast of Harvest, of the firstfruits of your labor, of what you sow in the field. You shall keep the Feast of Ingathering at the end of the year, when you gather in from the field the fruit of your labor. 17 Three times in the year shall all your males appear before the Lord GOD.

18 “You shall not offer the blood of my sacrifice with anything leavened, or let the fat of my feast remain until the morning.

19 “The best of the firstfruits of your ground you shall bring into the house of the LORD your God.

“You shall not boil a young goat in its mother's milk.

Conquest of Canaan Promised

20 “Behold, I send an angel before you to guard you on the way and to bring you to the place that I have prepared. 21 Pay careful attention to him and obey his voice; do not rebel against him, for he will not pardon your transgression, for my name is in him.

22 “But if you carefully obey his voice and do all that I say, then I will be an enemy to your enemies and an adversary to your adversaries.

23 “When my angel goes before you and brings you to the Amorites and the Hittites and the Perizzites and the Canaanites, the Hivites and the Jebusites, and I blot them out, 24 you shall not bow down to their gods nor serve them, nor do as they do, but you shall utterly overthrow them and break their pillars in pieces. 25 You shall serve the LORD your God, and he1 will bless your bread and your water, and I will take sickness away from among you. 26 None shall miscarry or be barren in your land; I will fulfill the number of your days. 27 I will send my terror before you and will throw into confusion all the people against whom you shall come, and I will make all your enemies turn their backs to you. 28 And I will send hornets2 before you, which shall drive out the Hivites, the Canaanites, and the Hittites from before you. 29 I will not drive them out from before you in one year, lest the land become desolate and the wild beasts multiply against you. 30 Little by little I will drive them out from before you, until you have increased and possess the land. 31 And I will set your border from the Red Sea to the Sea of the Philistines, and from the wilderness to the Euphrates,3 for I will give the inhabitants of the land into your hand, and you shall drive them out before you. 32 You shall make no covenant with them and their gods. 33 They shall not dwell in your land, lest they make you sin against me; for if you serve their gods, it will surely be a snare to you.”

Footnotes

[1] 23:25 Septuagint, Vulgate I
[2] 23:28 Or the hornet
[3] 23:31 Hebrew the River

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John 2 (Listen)

The Wedding at Cana

On the third day there was a wedding at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Jesus also was invited to the wedding with his disciples. When the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus said to him, “They have no wine.” And Jesus said to her, “Woman, what does this have to do with me? My hour has not yet come.” His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever he tells you.”

Now there were six stone water jars there for the Jewish rites of purification, each holding twenty or thirty gallons.1 Jesus said to the servants, “Fill the jars with water.” And they filled them up to the brim. And he said to them, “Now draw some out and take it to the master of the feast.” So they took it. When the master of the feast tasted the water now become wine, and did not know where it came from (though the servants who had drawn the water knew), the master of the feast called the bridegroom 10 and said to him, “Everyone serves the good wine first, and when people have drunk freely, then the poor wine. But you have kept the good wine until now.” 11 This, the first of his signs, Jesus did at Cana in Galilee, and manifested his glory. And his disciples believed in him.

12 After this he went down to Capernaum, with his mother and his brothers2 and his disciples, and they stayed there for a few days.

Jesus Cleanses the Temple

13 The Passover of the Jews was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 In the temple he found those who were selling oxen and sheep and pigeons, and the money-changers sitting there. 15 And making a whip of cords, he drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and oxen. And he poured out the coins of the money-changers and overturned their tables. 16 And he told those who sold the pigeons, “Take these things away; do not make my Father's house a house of trade.” 17 His disciples remembered that it was written, “Zeal for your house will consume me.”

18 So the Jews said to him, “What sign do you show us for doing these things?” 19 Jesus answered them, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” 20 The Jews then said, “It has taken forty-six years to build this temple,3 and will you raise it up in three days?” 21 But he was speaking about the temple of his body. 22 When therefore he was raised from the dead, his disciples remembered that he had said this, and they believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had spoken.

Jesus Knows What Is in Man

23 Now when he was in Jerusalem at the Passover Feast, many believed in his name when they saw the signs that he was doing. 24 But Jesus on his part did not entrust himself to them, because he knew all people 25 and needed no one to bear witness about man, for he himself knew what was in man.

Footnotes

[1] 2:6 Greek two or three measures (metrētas); a metrētēs was about 10 gallons or 35 liters
[2] 2:12 Or brothers and sisters. In New Testament usage, depending on the context, the plural Greek word adelphoi (translated “brothers”) may refer either to brothers or to brothers and sisters
[3] 2:20 Or This temple was built forty-six years ago

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In private: Job 41; 2 Corinthians 11

Job 41 (Listen)

41   1 “Can you draw out Leviathan2 with a fishhook
    or press down his tongue with a cord?
  Can you put a rope in his nose
    or pierce his jaw with a hook?
  Will he make many pleas to you?
    Will he speak to you soft words?
  Will he make a covenant with you
    to take him for your servant forever?
  Will you play with him as with a bird,
    or will you put him on a leash for your girls?
  Will traders bargain over him?
    Will they divide him up among the merchants?
  Can you fill his skin with harpoons
    or his head with fishing spears?
  Lay your hands on him;
    remember the battle—you will not do it again!
  3 Behold, the hope of a man is false;
    he is laid low even at the sight of him.
10   No one is so fierce that he dares to stir him up.
    Who then is he who can stand before me?
11   Who has first given to me, that I should repay him?
    Whatever is under the whole heaven is mine.
12   “I will not keep silence concerning his limbs,
    or his mighty strength, or his goodly frame.
13   Who can strip off his outer garment?
    Who would come near him with a bridle?
14   Who can open the doors of his face?
    Around his teeth is terror.
15   His back is made of4 rows of shields,
    shut up closely as with a seal.
16   One is so near to another
    that no air can come between them.
17   They are joined one to another;
    they clasp each other and cannot be separated.
18   His sneezings flash forth light,
    and his eyes are like the eyelids of the dawn.
19   Out of his mouth go flaming torches;
    sparks of fire leap forth.
20   Out of his nostrils comes forth smoke,
    as from a boiling pot and burning rushes.
21   His breath kindles coals,
    and a flame comes forth from his mouth.
22   In his neck abides strength,
    and terror dances before him.
23   The folds of his flesh stick together,
    firmly cast on him and immovable.
24   His heart is hard as a stone,
    hard as the lower millstone.
25   When he raises himself up, the mighty5 are afraid;
    at the crashing they are beside themselves.
26   Though the sword reaches him, it does not avail,
    nor the spear, the dart, or the javelin.
27   He counts iron as straw,
    and bronze as rotten wood.
28   The arrow cannot make him flee;
    for him, sling stones are turned to stubble.
29   Clubs are counted as stubble;
    he laughs at the rattle of javelins.
30   His underparts are like sharp potsherds;
    he spreads himself like a threshing sledge on the mire.
31   He makes the deep boil like a pot;
    he makes the sea like a pot of ointment.
32   Behind him he leaves a shining wake;
    one would think the deep to be white-haired.
33   On earth there is not his like,
    a creature without fear.
34   He sees everything that is high;
    he is king over all the sons of pride.”

Footnotes

[1] 41:1 Ch 40:25 in Hebrew
[2] 41:1 A large sea animal, exact identity unknown
[3] 41:9 Ch 41:1 in Hebrew
[4] 41:15 Or His pride is in his
[5] 41:25 Or gods

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2 Corinthians 11 (Listen)

Paul and the False Apostles

11 I wish you would bear with me in a little foolishness. Do bear with me! For I feel a divine jealousy for you, since I betrothed you to one husband, to present you as a pure virgin to Christ. But I am afraid that as the serpent deceived Eve by his cunning, your thoughts will be led astray from a sincere and pure devotion to Christ. For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus than the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit from the one you received, or if you accept a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough. Indeed, I consider that I am not in the least inferior to these super-apostles. Even if I am unskilled in speaking, I am not so in knowledge; indeed, in every way we have made this plain to you in all things.

Or did I commit a sin in humbling myself so that you might be exalted, because I preached God's gospel to you free of charge? I robbed other churches by accepting support from them in order to serve you. And when I was with you and was in need, I did not burden anyone, for the brothers who came from Macedonia supplied my need. So I refrained and will refrain from burdening you in any way. 10 As the truth of Christ is in me, this boasting of mine will not be silenced in the regions of Achaia. 11 And why? Because I do not love you? God knows I do!

12 And what I am doing I will continue to do, in order to undermine the claim of those who would like to claim that in their boasted mission they work on the same terms as we do. 13 For such men are false apostles, deceitful workmen, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. 14 And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. 15 So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds.

Paul's Sufferings as an Apostle

16 I repeat, let no one think me foolish. But even if you do, accept me as a fool, so that I too may boast a little. 17 What I am saying with this boastful confidence, I say not as the Lord would1 but as a fool. 18 Since many boast according to the flesh, I too will boast. 19 For you gladly bear with fools, being wise yourselves! 20 For you bear it if someone makes slaves of you, or devours you, or takes advantage of you, or puts on airs, or strikes you in the face. 21 To my shame, I must say, we were too weak for that!

But whatever anyone else dares to boast of—I am speaking as a fool—I also dare to boast of that. 22 Are they Hebrews? So am I. Are they Israelites? So am I. Are they offspring of Abraham? So am I. 23 Are they servants of Christ? I am a better one—I am talking like a madman—with far greater labors, far more imprisonments, with countless beatings, and often near death. 24 Five times I received at the hands of the Jews the forty lashes less one. 25 Three times I was beaten with rods. Once I was stoned. Three times I was shipwrecked; a night and a day I was adrift at sea; 26 on frequent journeys, in danger from rivers, danger from robbers, danger from my own people, danger from Gentiles, danger in the city, danger in the wilderness, danger at sea, danger from false brothers; 27 in toil and hardship, through many a sleepless night, in hunger and thirst, often without food,2 in cold and exposure. 28 And, apart from other things, there is the daily pressure on me of my anxiety for all the churches. 29 Who is weak, and I am not weak? Who is made to fall, and I am not indignant?

30 If I must boast, I will boast of the things that show my weakness. 31 The God and Father of the Lord Jesus, he who is blessed forever, knows that I am not lying. 32 At Damascus, the governor under King Aretas was guarding the city of Damascus in order to seize me, 33 but I was let down in a basket through a window in the wall and escaped his hands.

Footnotes

[1] 11:17 Greek not according to the Lord
[2] 11:27 Or often in fasting

(ESV)


          ajvar - re-zetas.com      Cache   Translate Page      
El Ajvar es un condimento que puede ser dulce o picante elaborado principalmente de pimientos rojos, con berenjena, ajo y pimienta. Es muy popular en las cocinas de los Balcanes, en especial en República de Macedonia y Serbia.

          Albania, N. Macedonia hope Europe launches accession talks      Cache   Translate Page      
The leaders of both Albania and North Macedonia say they believe that the European Union will decide in June to open membership talks with them.
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TIRANA, Albania (AP) — The leaders of both Albania and North Macedonia say they believe that the European Union will decide in June to open membership talks with them. North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, who on Wednesday was in Tirana to meet with his counterpart Edi Rama, said they expect “the EU to take […]
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The Young Turk movement, AKA Committee of Union and Progress, arose out of the Rothschilds’ oil interests in the Black Sea area of the Ottoman Empire in the late 1800s. ‘Creating stability’ in an incendiary realm was necessary for the Rothschilds’ new oil enterprise Baku Oil. The instability of the Armenian Christians’ financial and intellectual prominence in the area was not “good for business.”
Thus hand-picked Jews of Salonika, (Jews made up the majority of the city’s population), and foreign agitators such as the Russian Zionist, Vladimir Jabotinksy, the editor of The Young Turk newspaper, were just what the Rothschilds needed for ridding the source of that instability, the Armenian Christians.
Now, the Zionist Young Turks who sought for the break up of the Ottoman Empire in order to obtain Palestine–and the House of Rothschild, who needed a Jewish-controlled Turkey and hegemony over the entire Middle East, could work together. This meant funding for the Jewish Young Turks and revolutionary subversives for the Rothschilds.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE JEWISH YOUNG TURKS
1680: Sabbatai Zvi, a Turkish Jew, proclaims himself to be the Jewish Messiah in Salonica. After amassing a following of thousands of Jews - he led them on a Zionist exodus to Palestine. On the way he decided to become a Muslim. Many of his followers saw this as God’s plan and also became Muslims.

1716: A group called the “Donmeh” forms in Salonica of Sabbatai Zvi’s followers headed by Sabbatai Zvi’s successor, Baruchya Russo. By the early 1900’s, the Donmeh numbers in the hundreds of thousands. They were known as “Crypto Jews” because though outwardly appearing to be Muslims, they were still Jews following the customs of the Jewish occult Kabbala which Sabbatai Zvi taught. They continue in their fervent, (yet secret), Zionist vision.

1860: Jewish Hungarian Zionist named Arminius Vambery becomes an advisor to the Sultan Abdül Mecit while secretly working as an agent for Lord Palmerston of the British Foreign Office. Vambery tries to broker a deal between the Zionist leader Theodore Herzl and Sultan Abdul Mecit over the creation of Israel but fails.

1891: Out of the Donmeh a Zionist political group forms called The Committee of Union and Progress, later called The Young Turks. The group is headed by a Freemason Jew by the name of Emmanuel Carraso who organizes the secret Committee of Union and Progress in Geneva with the help of the Rothschilds.

1895-1896: Sephardic Jews of Salonika together with the Turks massacre Armenian Christians in Istanbul.

1902 & 1907: Two Congresses of The Young Turks meet in Paris to plan, prepare, and effect the penetration the Sultan’s army leading to the military coup of 1908.

1908: The Jewish Young Turks revolt and force the Sultan Abdul Hamid II into submission.

1909: The Jewish Young Turks rape, torture, and slaughter over 100,000 Armenians in the city of Adana, also known as Cilicia.

1914: The Jews of The Young Turks create unrest, turmoil, and bolster the paid Serbian assassin, Gavrilo Princip, which leads to World War I.

1915: The Armenian Holocaust engineered by the ruling Jews of The Young Turks, leaves 1.5 million Armenian Christians starved, tortured, and murdered.

1918: Jew Mustafa Kemal ‘Ataturk’ ascends into leadership.

1920: Russian Jewish Bolsheviks supply Ataturk iwth 10 million gold roubles, 45,000 rifles, and 300 machine guns with ammunition.

1921: Ataturk occupies the Port of Baku in conjunction with the Russian Jewish Bolsheviks ceding it to the Bolsheviks five days later. The Rothschilds are delighted.

1922: Jewish Kemalists orchestrate the burning of Smyrna resulting in the ‘ethnic cleansing’ of over 100,000 Armenian and Greek Christians left tortured, starved, raped, and dead.

THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR TO THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE SIR GERALD LOWTHER’S LETTER TO SIR CHARLES HARDING, May 29, 1910

— “Shortly after the revolution in July 1908, it soon became known that many of the Young Turks’ leading members were Freemasons. It was noticed that Jews of all colours, native and foreign, were enthusiastic supporters of the new dispensation, till, as many Turks expressed it, every Hebrew became a potential spy of the Young Turks. Turks began to remark that the movement was rather a Jewish than a Turkish Revolution.” —
JEWISH MURDERERS KNOWN AS THE YOUNG TURKS

1. Emmanuel Carraso: B’nai B’rith Official of Italian origin. Grand Master of the Macedonia Resurrected Masonic Lodge in Salonika; Established the ’secret’ Committee of Union & Progress in Salonika in 1890.

2. Tallaat Pasha (1874-1921): Thought to be a Turk but in reality a “Donmeh Jew.” Interior Minister of Turkey during World War I; Member of Carasso’s Masonic lodge and Grand Master of the Scottish Rite Masons in Turkey; Chief architect of the Armenian Holocaust and Director of Deportations. He wrote, “By continuing the deportation of the Armenians to their destinations during the intense cold we are ensuring their eternal rest.”


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Homer. Istoria pelasga nestiuta, surprizele lingvistice ale Iliadei

S-a nascut la 23 decembrie 1951 in Tetovo, Republica Macedonia.

Al Dabija este:

inginer electronist;
pictor;
poet, autorul culegerii de versuri Lacrma (Lacrima), 1988;
apicultor profesionist;
cercetator in domeniile istoriei, limbii, religiei si mitologiei, heraldicii, toponimiei si a tot ceea ce este referitor la neamul makedon-armanilor;
expert in medicina alternativa;

Studii publicate de Al Dabija:

Limba traco-daca fundul a limbilor indoeuropeane (Limba traco-daca, baza limbilor indo-europene), Tetovo 1993;
Pelasghyi; limba, carte, numa (Pelasgii; limba, carte, nume), Tetovo, 1998;
Ocljul al Omeru (Ochiul lui Homer), Tetovo, 2004;
Short descriptive history about the origin of the Makedon Arm’nians (from prehistory to the colonization of Dacia) (Scurta istorie descriptiva despre originea makedon-armanilor [din preistorie pana la colonizarea Daciei]), Tetovo, 2005;
Din arhivele Daciei, Tetovo, 2008

Anul aparitiei: 2019
Numar pagini: 367
Format: 13x20


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1. Antonio Machado. Los días azules, de Cecília Hill y Josep Salvia. Diábolo Ediciones.


"En enero de 1939 decenas de miles de españoles salieron del país por la frontera francesa. Uno de ellos fue Antonio Machado. Nuestro poeta más universal se enfrentó a una marcha angustiosa, enfermo, junto a su familia y su anciana madre. El 22 de febrero se cumplen 80 años de su muerte en el exilio, en Collioure.

Pero el exilio para él había empezado casi al principio de la guerra. En noviembre de 1936, el 5º Regimiento quiso poner a salvo la cultura. Eso exigió el traslado de Antonio Machado y muchos otros intelectuales a Valencia. León Felipe y Rafael Alberti consiguieron convencerlo. No querían que corriera la misma suerte que Federico García Lorca, asesinado en Granada el 18 agosto del mismo año.

El poeta pasó los últimos tres años de su vida entre Rocafort, Barcelona y Collioure, localidad francesa en la que finalmente falleció y donde permanece. Tres días después murió su madre.
Antonio Machado. Los días azules, de Josep Salvia (Cisco, Panini, 2017 y Una caja de galletas, Diábolo, 2018) y Cecília Hill es un delicado recorrido en formato de novela gráfica por la vida del poeta entre 1936 y 1939. En el cómic encontramos espacio para la historia, la reflexión y la lucha, en la que el poeta persistió hasta el final de sus días.

La obra cuenta con el prólogo de Verónica Sierra Blas, Doctora en Historia y profesora en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares y directora del archivo de la Fundación Antonio Machado de Collioure.


El segundo prólogo es a cargo de Miguel Barrero, escritor y periodista, Prix International de Littérature de la Fondation Antonio Machado por Camposanto en Collioure (Trea, 2015)"





2. Las huellas de la vida, de Tracy Chevalier. Duomo Ediciones.


"Antes de que Darwin escandalizara al mundo entero con sus teorías sobre el origen de las especies, hubo alguien que ya dudaba, buscaba, hacía preguntas…

En las playas llenas de fósiles de la costa inglesa, Mary Anning, una muchacha pobre y sin educación, y la huraña Elizabeth Philpot, una solterona de clase media, trabarán amistad, unidas por una misma pasión: el deseo de buscar las huellas de la vida en los fósiles y revelar así la historia secreta de nuestro pasado."




3. Todo saldrá bien, de Emilio Ortiz. Duomo Ediciones.

"Una nueva agencia de detectives acaba de nacer en Madrid. La forman un grupo de lo más peculiar y divertido: Mario, un joven emprendedor invidente; Nicolás, su amigo del alma, y Milagros y Juanma, dos jóvenes con unas capacidades muy especiales. Juntos intentarán averiguar qué le ha sucedido a una joven que lleva meses desaparecida. Al equipo de detectives se unen dos sabuesos de primera: Cross, el extraordinario perro guía ya jubilado de Mario, que tendrá que vérselas con Jazz, el juguetón pastor alemán que lo acompaña ahora. La ciudad esconde muchos secretos y peligros, pero las aventuras en compañía son, sin duda, mucho más divertidas."






4. Asesinato en la mansión Darwin, de Marion Harvey. Editorial dÈpoca.


"Tras escucharse el sonido de un disparo a medianoche, Philip Darwin es encontrado asesinado en su estudio; su esposa Ruth aparece junto al cadáver con un arma en la mano. En la mansión se encuentra también —además del personal de servicio y el secretario de Philip—, el antiguo prometido de Ruth, Carlton Davies, que había acudido a la casa tras una desesperada llamada de su antigua amada. En estas circunstancias, todas las pruebas materiales apuntan a que la señora Darwin ha cometido el crimen —a las que hay que añadir la certeza de que nunca ha amado a su esposo, pues había sido chantajeada por él para contraer matrimonio—. No obstante, su amado Carlton la considera inocente, pues la joven insiste en que ella no es la asesina de su esposo.

En su desesperación, Carlton acude al detective McKelvie, gran admirador de Sherlock Holmes, quien deberá ir desentrañando el misterio de tan enigmático crimen para ir descubriendo paulatinamente cómo todas las personas del entorno de Darwin se convierten en posibles sospechosos

Asesinato en la mansión Darwin ( 1922) sigue la estela de la reina de la novela policíaca, Agatha Christie. A su vez, S. S. Van Dine incluyó la obra entre las mejores novelas de detectives «por la excelente estratagema criminal empleada, a la que habría que añadir el brillante trabajo deductivo del detective Graydon McKelvie»."



5. El amor es ciego, de William Boyd. Alfaguara.



"Ambientada a finales del siglo XIX, El amor es ciego sigue la suerte de Brodie Moncur, un joven músico que está a punto de embarcarse en la historia de su vida. Brodie recibe la oferta de un trabajo en París, oportunidad que aprovecha para huir de Edimburgo y del rigor de su familia. Así arranca una peripecia incontenible: un fatídico encuentro con un famoso pianista cambia su futuro y desata una obsesión amorosa con una bella soprano rusa, Lika Blum, a la que sigue a través de las capitales de una Europa convulsa. El amor de Brodie por Lika y sus peligrosas consecuencias lo acechan en una era de cambios abrumadores, en el salto convulso entre dos siglos.


El amor es ciego es la nueva y arrolladora novela de William Boyd: una vertiginosa historia de pasión y venganza; una novela acerca del esfuerzo artístico y las ilusiones que genera; acerca de todas las posibilidades que la vida puede ofrecer y arrebatar. Una novela magistral de uno de los narradores más sólidos y reconocidos de la actualidad."


6. El cielo a tiros, de Jorge Franco. Alfaguara.



"Larry regresa al país doce años después de la desaparición de su padre, un mafioso muy cercano a Pablo Escobar en los años noventa. Sus restos han sido finalmente hallados en una fosa común y Larry vuelve para recuperarlos y darlos sepultura. A su llegada a Medellín lo espera Pedro, su gran amigo de infancia, que se lo llevará directamente desde el aeropuerto a la celebración de la Alborada, una fiesta popular en la que la ciudad pierde el control mientras estalla pólvora durante toda una noche.


El encuentro de Larry con su madre, una antigua reina de belleza que pasó de tenerlo todo a no tener nada, y que ahora se halla sumida en la depresión y la drogadicción; los recuerdos de un pasado familiar turbulento, y el redescubrimiento de una ciudad en la que aún se perciben los rastros de la época más oscura de la historia de Colombia son algunos de los hilos que conectan esta novela en la que el autor -con la maestría narrativa que lo caracteriza- consigue retratar a una generación de hijos del narcotráfico que terminaron por ser víctimas de sus propios padres."




7. La casa de los pintores, de Rodrigo Muñoz Avia. Alfaguara.



«En este libro hablo de quiénes fueron mis padres y cómo fue mi vida con ellos. Uno debe escribir de aquello que más sabe, debe compartir, de la manera más honesta que sea capaz, la mejor historia que lleve dentro. En este momento esta era mi mejor historia, la de mis padres, la de mi origen.

»Siempre he creído que en buena parte estoy hecho de pintura. Mis padres eran artistas plásticos y se conocieron y se enamoraron gracias a la pintura. En nuestra casa y en nuestra vida familiar la pintura estaba por todas partes. No había un espacio para ser pintores y un espacio para ser padres o para ser hijos. Todo estaba unido. Éramos hijos de la pintura.

»Yo pasaba tardes enteras viéndolos trabajar en sus estudios, fascinado por el aspecto plástico y artesanal de su oficio. Me encantaba tener a unos padres tan diferentes a los de mis compañeros de colegio y dejaba que el aura que envolvía su trabajo creativo, con el reconocimiento que empecé a descubrir que tenía, me envolviera también a mí, como si el ser hijo de ellos fuera un mérito mío. Quería y admiraba mucho a mis padres, con sus personalidades tan diferentes y tan singulares, y deseaba quedarme todo el tiempo en su mundo fabuloso de artistas, de conversaciones y reivindicaciones políticas, de cenas, de viajes, de exposiciones aquí y allí.


»El día en que murieron, mi padre en 1998 y mi madre en 2011, descubrí que yo no estaba hecho solo de pintura. La muerte no se llevó a los artistas, pero sí a las personas. El artista sobrevive, perdura para todos, pero el hijo que yo era había perdido a sus padres. Este libro trata de recuperar a esas personas y compartirlas con los demás.»



8. Fungus, de Albert Sánchez Piñol. Alfaguara



"1888. Ric-Ric es un pobre diablo, un anarquista desarrapado que no encuentra otro sitio donde caerse muerto que una cueva perdida del Pirineo catalán. En esa zona, vía de paso para contrabandistas y malhechores, descubre por azar un género de setas ignorado por la civilización: los fungus, unos gigantescos hongos antropomórficos a los que Ric-Ric accidentalmente trae a la vida.

Maravillado por las extraordinarias habilidades de los fungus y su sentido de comunidad, Ric-Ric ve en ellos el arma definitiva para hacer realidad sus deseos: conquistar a la hermosa Mailís, una femme fatale a su pesar, instaurar una sociedad anarquista de verdadera fraternidad y vengarse de todo aquel que le ha tratado con crueldad, desde la guardia civil hasta el posadero local que se cree amo y señor del lugar. Comandando a los monstruosos fungus, Ric-Ric consigue reunir un invencible ejército con el que va a plantar cara, en batallas épicas y gracias a una singular estrategia militar, a las tropas del ejército español y francés.


«Un western invernal decimonónico en los Pirineos.» Así define Fungus el propio Albert Sánchez Piñol, una historia con la que vuelve a la novela fantástica. Pero, más allá del género literario, Sánchez Piñol utiliza el monstruo, la monstruosidad y las relaciones con los monstruos para hablarnos de un tema universal y siempre vigente: el poder."



9. Un lugar donde esconderse, de Nora Roberts. Plaza&Janés



"Aquel caluroso día de verano, en cuanto sonaron los disparos en el centro comercial de Rockpoint, Simone Knox buscó un lugar donde refugiarse, tal y como le habían enseñado. Ella tuvo suerte y escapó de la muerte, pero nunca volvió a ser la misma.

Más de diez años después, Simone sigue luchando contra el dolor, el trauma y el sentimiento de culpa por seguir viva. Dedica gran parte de su tiempo a trabajar en sus cotizadas esculturas en una isla tranquila frente a la costa de Maine. Allí conoce a Reed Quartermaine, otro de los supervivientes de Rockpoint, hoy convertido en detective.


Cerca de ellos hay alguien que también sigue pensando en el tiroteo, y espera el momento para terminar lo que comenzó aquel día."



10. El sueño de la crisálida, de Vanesa Monfort. Plaza&Janés



"Patricia es una periodista a la que una grave crisis de ansiedad le obliga a replantearse su vertiginosa vida profesional, que ha afectado a la relación con su familia, amigos y pareja. En ese momento conoce en un avión a Greta, una misteriosa mujer con un pasado oculto. Gracias al apasionante relato de Greta, que tuvo que rebelarse contra una sociedad que la rechazaba, Patricia descubrirá que en este mundo inseguro lo único que puede salvarte es creer en ti misma.


Con una historia apasionante y esperanzadora que combina emoción, intriga y actualidad, El sueño de la crisálida es la crónica de la mujer de hoy en día, de los retos a los que se enfrenta como profesional, hija, madre, amante y amiga. Un retrato veraz y necesario sobre la sociedad del siglo XXI, que, debido a la prisa, el consumismo, las adicciones digitales y la autoexigencia, nos ha convertido en esclavos de lo urgente para hacernos olvidar lo importante."



11. Madera de savia azul, de José Luis Gil Soto. Ediciones B



"El destino de un niño.
Erik tiene apenas cuatro años cuando pierde a su madre en el gran terremoto que destruye Waliria, la capital de Ariok. Su padre, el carpintero Bertrand de Lis, y Astrid, la humilde viuda de un herrero, no pueden imaginar que la catástrofe no solo cambiará sus vidas para siempre, sino que, sin quererlo, les hará dueños de secretos que nunca hubieran querido tener que guardar.

El viaje hacia un reino de leyenda.
Tras el desastre, y alentado por una profecía, el rey decide emprender con su pueblo un peligroso viaje hasta tierras del sur. Una gran caravana se pone en marcha. La esperanza, el miedo y la ambición viajan con ellos.

La búsqueda de un padre.

A Bertrand solo le queda su hijo, y su única preocupación es cuidarle, pero un hecho inesperado cambia el rumbo de sus vidas. Así, quien era solo un hombre bueno y sencillo, se convertirá en protagonista de una aventura épica, impulsada por el profundo amor a su hijo y su deseo de volver a reunirse con él."


12. Imposible canción de amor, de Abril Camino. Ediciones B


"Hay historias de amor de todo tipo. Y a la vez todas son únicas. Este es uno de esos relatos en el que los protagonistas parecen seguir dos caminos que se cruzan inevitablemente, a pesar de todo y de todos, en el que los sentimientos son tan reales que lo demás podría ser mentira.

La historia de Ada y Hugo habla de amor y dolor, de decisiones, de opciones, de renuncias. Habla de atreverse, de acobardarse, de tenerlo todo, de no tener nada, de reconstruirse, de reencontrarse, de cambiar. Habla de vivir.


Abril Camino ha escrito una novela de sentimientos, brillante e íntima, con un estilo literario poético e inteligente. Una delicada y gran historia de amor; una canción imposible de olvidar sobre el latido de toda una generación."


13. El caso Goldenberg, de Nacho Toro. Ediciones B



"Shanghái, 26 de noviembre de 1922, once de la noche. Bernardo Goldenberg, gerente de Ramos Amusement Company, se despide de dos hombres en el vestíbulo del cine Victoria. Al día siguiente, la noticia de su brutal asesinato es portada de todos los periódicos.


El caso Goldenberg desvela la olvidada historia de los españoles que introdujeron y dominaron la industria del cine en China. Un relato verídico protagonizado por hombres como Antonio Ramos, el granadino que creó el mayor emporio cinematográfico de Asia Oriental... hasta que la muerte de su socio puso fin al dominio del cine español en China."



14. No mentirás, de Blas Ruiz Grau. Ediciones B



"Imagina uno de esos lugares donde nunca pasa nada...

Carlos es un abogado de éxito que debe acudir a un pueblo de Alicante cuando le comunican que su padre, con quien llevaba años sin hablar, se ha suicidado. Pero la tragedia se transforma en sospecha cuando encuentra un mensaje oculto en una torre de ajedrez.

Imagina que esta muerte fuera solo el principio...

Una sencilla investigación de suicidio se convierte en una peligrosa cacería cuando un asesino en serie empieza a cometer atroces homicidios que parecen estar relacionados entre sí. ¿Podría estar la clave en algo terrible que sucedió mucho tiempo atrás, en ese pueblo donde nunca pasaba nada?

No imagines más: tendrás que leerlo.


Tras conquistar los primeros puestos de ventas con sus best sellers digitales, Blas Ruiz llega a las librerías con un thriller diabólicamente adictivo."



15. Guerra de imperios, de Ben Kane. Ediciones B



"Estamos en el siglo III antes de nuestra era. Después de dieciséis años de sangrienta guerra contra Roma, Aníbal Barca está al borde de la derrota. En las llanuras de Zama, Félix y su hermano Antonio lideran las legiones romanas dispuestas a hacer el último esfuerzo para la victoria final, la que convertirá a Roma en la más poderosa del mundo.

Pero en el norte de Grecia, Filipo V de Macedonia está decidido a recuperar la gloria para el reino de Alejandro Magno. Es un líder carismático, un general implacable, y hará lo imposible para unir a Grecia contra Roma.


En Roma, el joven senador Tito Quincio Flaminino va a convertirse en uno de los más importantes líderes militares de la República. Sabe que Aníbal está acabado, así que sus miras están puestas en Grecia y Macedonia. Pero el sol de Macedonia no se pondrá sin saborear un último instante de gloria."


16. El desafío de Florencia, de Alejandro Corral. Ediciones B


"Dos genios enfrentados.

A comienzos del siglo XVI Leonardo da Vinci y Miguel Ángel Buonarroti coinciden por algún tiempo en la ciudad de Florencia, donde el primero está retratando a Mona Lisa del Giocondo y el segundo planea dar un golpe de efecto formidable. Sumidos en unas relaciones personales tumultuosas, compiten por obtener la concesión de un enorme bloque de mármol en el que solo Miguel Ángel ve su David.

El mayor duelo artístico de la Historia del Arte.

La rivalidad de los dos artistas alcanza su cénit cuando la Señoría de Florencia decide encargar a ambos la pintura de sendos murales, uno frente a otro, en el salón más emblemático del palacio Vecchio.

Una ciudad que era un mundo.

Los dos genios del Renacimiento se enfrentan así en un reto colosal orquestado por el inteligente Maquiavelo. Un combate entre dos almas opuestas, deslumbrantes y atormentadas, que libraron la más prodigiosa de las batallas: la que llevaría a uno de ellos a ganarse el favor absoluto de la Florencia que había sido gobernada por los poderosos Médici."






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LAS INCREÍBLES LEYENDAS SOBRE LA EXPLORACIÓN SUBMARINA DE ALEJANDRO MAGNO EN BARRILES DE VIDRIO

Es uno de los comandantes militares más célebres de la historia. Nacido en la familia real macedonia en el año 356 a. de C., logró el control de Grecia y conquistó el Imperio Persa, derrotando a su poderoso rey, Darío III.

En su época de máximo apogeo, el imperio de Alejandro Magno se extendía por la Turquía moderna, Siria, Egipto, Irán, Irak, Afganistán, Pakistán y parte de la India.

Como resultado, la cultura y el idioma griegos se difundieron en regiones en las que no habían penetrado antes, y también se le recuerda por haber fundado varias ciudades.

¿Y si Alejandro Magno no fue tan magno?
Durante los últimos 2.000 años, la leyenda de Alejandro ha crecido y ha influenciado a numerosos generales y políticos.

Los libros de historia lo describen como uno de los mayores conquistadores y exploradores de todos los tiempos.

Pero, ¿llevó también ese afán explorador a Alejandro Magno a uno de los lugares más misteriosos e inexplorados de nuestro planeta?

¿EL PRIMER EXPLORADOR SUBMARINO DE LA HISTORIA?
Los relatos sobre la vida y obra de Alejandro Magno están llenos de batallas épicas y paisajes legendarios. En ellos hay también espacio para las aventuras submarinas.

Alejandro Magno ha influenciado a numerosos generales y políticos a lo largo de la historia.
De hecho, se considera que la primera mención de un aparato sumergible la hizo el filósofo Aristóteles, tutor de Alejandro, en el siglo IV a. de C. al aludir a un supuesto evento en el que participó su destacado pupilo.

Cómo era el primer submarino que describió Aristóteles hace 2.300 años y los que vinieron después
Pero la mayor parte de las referencias a las aventuras submarinas de Alejandro se elaboraron durante la Edad Media, ya sea en manuscritos o en obras pictóricas.


En algunos de esos relatos, la curiosidad del que fuera rey de Macedonia, Hegemón de Grecia, Faraón de Egipto y rey de Media y Persia fue la que lo empujó a explorar el fondo del océano.

En otros, fue más bien la estrategia militar y la necesidad de nuevas tácticas para conquistar territorios las que lo empujaron al fondo del mar.

¿Qué dicen algunos de estas leyendas?

LA CADENA Y LA AMANTE
Según una de esas versiones, el gran conquistador se sumergió en el agua en una campana de vidrio y se llevó consigo tres criaturas: un perro, un gato y un gallo.

Dicha campana estaba conectada a una cadena con la cual se sacaba a la superficie. Y Alejandro le confió dicha cadena a su amante más… ¿leal?

Debajo de la superficie de un océano lleno de peces, Alejandro Magno levanta los ojos hacia la pareja de arriba. Sentada en un bote, la amante de Alejandro y su nuevo pretendiente se miran el uno al otro y se toman de la mano.
Su amante tenía a la vez un pretendiente que la persuadió de que se fugase con él y arrojó la cadena al mar.

Con la cadena en el fondo del océano, Alejandro tuvo que idear su propio escape.

EL BARRIL DE VIDRIO
Entre los años 331 y 332 a. C., Alejandro Magno se las tuvo que ingeniar para entrar en la isla de Tiro-al sur del actual Líbano- fuertemente fortificada.

Después de que los tirios le negaran la entrada, el conquistador puso a la isla bajo sitio durante meses.
Alejandro se hizo famoso por sus conquistas.

Según algunos estudios, Alejandro ordenó a sus hombres construir una calzada de sedimentos para unir la isla al continente.

Sin embargo, una y otra vez los tirios repelían los ataques del ejército de Alejandro, quien se dio cuenta de que necesitaba una armada si quería penetrar las defensas de Tiro.

Finalmente, reunió una gran flota que logró entrar en la isla. Miles de tirios fueron ejecutados o vendidos como esclavos por atreverse a desafiarlo.

Pero según un manuscrito medieval, durante el sitio de Tiro, el gran general griego construyó un barril completamente hecho de vidrio, en el cual podría sumergirse por algún tiempo y regresar a la superficie completamente seco.

En esta ilustración medieval, Alejandro Magno aparece sumergido dentro de un barril de vidrio.
Según esa leyenda, Alejandro viajó en esa cámara sumergible entre su flota y habría quedado tan impresionado que ordenó la producción de esos barriles de vidrio para sus marineros durante el asedio a la isla.

Los hechos son un poco oscuros, pues provienen de versos apócrifos e ilustraciones antiguas.

Pero la idea de un recipiente invertido o campana que atrapara el aire debajo del agua y permitiera la exploración del lecho marino por su ocupante hasta que se acabara el oxígeno no fue una invención literaria: este sistema de campana sumergible fue utilizado durante siglos por pescadores de esponjas en el mar Egeo.

Otra cosa es que Alejandro, además de sus increíbles conquistas, haya sido también el primer explorador submarino de la historia. Pero, en cualquier caso, su leyenda nos dejó hermosos relatos e ilustraciones.

Alejandro Magno murió en Babilonia en junio del 323 a. C, con tan solo 32 años.

Y al igual que su vida, también su muerte está rodeada de cierta leyenda.

Algunos relatos sugieren que fue asesinado, posiblemente con veneno. Pero es más probable que haya contraído una fiebre mortal, probablemente malaria, después de años de batallas.

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We weighed anchor at 7:30 AM to 64 degrees, 98% humidity, 5 mph winds and fog as we headed north on the ICW from Sunset Beach behind Wildwood.  We proceeded cautiously because of shoaling and Ralph made notes along the way for Active Captain regarding the shoaling areas. The going was tedious for Ralph, he had to be so attentive.  There are many bridges on this route and we found the bridge tenders very courteous and all opened on request.  

We arrived at Snug Harbor, Atlantic City at 2:55 in a blow.  The wind had picked up and toyed with us a bit, but we were tied up when Ralph's folks arrived to deliver a car to us.  We thank Ken and Debbie Wescoat for use of their slip and  Jim and Lorraine Yost for the use of their car.

We were both worn out but decided to bite the bullet and get our laundry done.  I like the "Laundry Room" in Brigantine -- new equipment and about 40 each of large capacity washers and dryers.  I had hoped to have dinner at the Brigantine Diner -- comfort food -- a hot meatloaf sandwich -- but to our dismay, the Diner is gone and a CVS is on the site.  We got a recommendation for the Macedonian Grill so we had a good dinner there and I did have their meatloaf which was quite good.  Ralph had souvlaki chicken which he thoroughly enjoyed, too.  We came back to the boat, put the laundry away and went to bed.  It was a long tiresome day.

Here are a lot of pictures from today:

North Wildwood

North Wildwood Bridge

Shoaling here....the Captain was noting shoaling for Active Captain

Perhaps Hurricane Sandy damage?

I believe this is Stone Harbor, NJ

Stone Harbor

This little boat is high and dry on the meadows

Many docks replaced in Sea Isle City

This house is either being moved or raised up onto stilts

Another dock being rebuilt

Another shoaling area

Carefully watching the depths in the ICW

Definitely high and dry

34th Street Bridge, Ocean City, NJ

Construction near 34th Street Bridge, Ocean City

Ocean City dock repair

New Ninth Street Bridge, Ocean City, NJ

Ocean City - Longport Bridge

Margate, NJ

Margate Bridge

Entering the Mile Stretch behind Ventnor

New construction on the Mile Stretch

Heading toward Dorset Avenue Bridge

Dorset Avenue Bridge, Ventnor

Vetnor, NJ

Viking Rowing Club, Ventnor, I rowed on the "old ladies crew" one summer

ICW into Atlantic City

Scott and Kathy's house

The Wonder Bar an Atlantic City icon

Atlantic City Rowing Club

Former Surf Baseball Stadium now closed :(

Revel in the clouds

The former Waterway Inn behind Atlantic City

Harrah's, Water Club and Borgata

Home of the Inlet Social Club

Brigantine Bridge and Harrah's

Atlantic City Coast Guard Station

Tonight's back yard

Golden Nugget

Snug Harbor, Atlantic City

          6 años de pontificado de Francisco – Los momentos más duros y los más emotivos      Cache   Translate Page      

Hoy, 13 de marzo, celebramos el sexto aniversario de la elección del Papa Francisco. Recordamos ahora los momentos más duros y emotivos de su pontificado.

FRANCISCO
16 de marzo, 2013
“¡Cómo me gustaría una Iglesia pobre y para los pobres!”.

… 6 años donde hubo algunos logros diplomáticos, como la reconciliación entre Cuba y los Estados Unidos antes de la era Trump.

También hubo logros en el ámbito de la libertad religiosa. Así se emocionó el Papa al recordar que por primera vez dos obispos de China podían participar en un Sínodo sin restricciones.

FRANCISCO
3 de octubre, 2018
“Demos a ellos nuestra calurosa bienvenida”

Pero también han sido 6 años con tramos amargos como la compleja gestión de la crisis de los abusos sexuales.

El Papa convocó una cumbre mundial sobre la protección de menores para afrontar los escándalos. Su objetivo era concienciar al episcopado católico sobre la urgencia de afrontar este problema.

ALESSANDRO GISOTTI
Portavoz del Vaticano
“Creo que este último año ha sido un año en el que Francisco afrontó con gran valentía el tema de los abusos a menores, un tema que claramente es una herida para lo que el Papa llama ‘el Pueblo de Dios’”.

Francisco ha llevado a cabo un profundo proceso de reforma interna. Reforma de estructuras como la Curia pero, sobre todo, reforma de las mentalidades. A los cristianos, les ha exigido iniciativa para resolver problemas actuales grandes y pequeños. Desde la atención a los necesitados hasta la protección del medio ambiente.

Capítulo aparte merecen sus llamamientos para cuidar y acoger a los refugiados. El mundo observó con estupor cómo tras visitar uno de los epicentros de la crisis en Grecia, predicó con el ejemplo y se trajo consigo a Roma a varias familias musulmanas.

FRANCISCO
16 de abril, 2016
“Era para echarse a llorar. ¿Qué cosas han visto esos niños? Mirad esto”.

Francisco pronosticaba un pontificado breve pero ya son 6 años y el ritmo no disminuye. En octubre presidirá otro Sínodo, en este caso sobre la Amazonia. Y en lo que va de 2019 ya ha viajado a Panamá y a los Emiratos Árabes. En agenda está Marruecos, Macedonia, Bulgaria y Rumanía. Y a finales de año está previsto que se confirme otro viaje más; a Japón, en el Extremo Oriente.

Fuente: Rome Reports.

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          God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya: A satire from Macedonia “between anger and melancholy”      Cache   Translate Page      
This year’s Berlin International Film Festival once again presented a number of documentary and feature films from eastern and southeastern Europe. Some took a new and refreshing approach.
          Croatia and Bosnia! Land of the Beric's      Cache   Translate Page      
Our Peugeot was fairly hootin along the German highway, the roads were the best we had seen and you gotta move quick to keep up with the other lunatics. Even when you're going 170km per hour the Audi's are doing high 200's and literally fly past you in a blink.

We weren't stopping for nothing, well maybe fuel, but our mission was clear. We were heading to my (Chris Beric) most anticipated location in the whole world for this year and in fact for my entire life. For my very time I was going to the place where it all started for the Beric family. Croatia and Bosnia, The Land of the Beric's!


My Grandfather (a.k.a Dida) was born in the country that is now known as Bosnia. He was the eldest of 11 Children and came to Australia some 50 years ago seeking to make a better life for his family. I am very grateful and proud for the sacrifices that he made. I am also glad that he chose Australia over his other option which was the USA. So I now have large amounts of family living in both Bosnia and Croatia. This is my Legendary Dida, apart from my father he is the best man I know:


 



Now I'm no Engineer or Historian, but just a bit of background info for you all, Croatia and Bosnia where both formerly known as Yugoslavia. It is my understanding that Croatia and Bosnia formed after the independence war between 1991 and 1995. This war was with the oppressive Serb controlled forces. Bonsia, Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia where all part of 7 provinces that made Yugoslavia. 'Bosnia' is still actually called 'Bosnia and Herzegovina' as Herzegovina is located within the South of Bosnia.

There is alot of crazy history which I won't go into but essentially Croatia achieved the two main goals that they declared at the beginning of the war, which were independence and the preservation of its borders. The impact of the war was devastating, there were many people killed and the damage was immeasurable.

Now nearly 20 years later, Croatia and Bosnia are back on their feet! The countries have many unique natural beauties and the tourism industry has flourished in the last decade. The Adriatic coastline along the south of Croatia features what many people consider to be some of the best beaches in the entire world. Croatia was also the top pick tourist destination in 2005 from the Lonely Planet Guide.


Sibenik - Croatia

Our first stop in Croatia was the coastal town of Sibenik. We were greeted by my amazing cousin Lucija!



There were lots of village festivals happening for Saint Mary's day. Lucija took us to an evening festival that was off the hook..



This is my Dida's brother, Tomislav. He literally built this entire house with his own bare hands.




Tomislav is stockpiling mass amounts of wine, beer, grapes and meat.. You gotta stock pile stuff.


Tomislavs wife Matija was the Master Chef of Sibenik!



This is Lucija's crazy boyfriend Josip. However, he is a mere sane person relative to the complete nutbag on the left hand side.


This guy used to have a drug addiction and hangs out in Lucija's cafe alot. He does a wacked out impersonation of Yoda from Starwars. Claims to have seen aliens, has a pet cockroach and became very paranoid when I tried to film him for the movie.


We had it all in Sibenik, we spent alot of time at the beaches. Three 'retired' Engineers, completely ignorant to our working lives back at home!





This is my cousin Mirko the man!



My awesome cousin's Iva, Ivica, Gabriela and llija were visiting from Switzerland, it was great to meet them!



Ivica is also know as HERCULES, us two boys need alot of muscle to push all the women off us you see..





Goliveno (Busko Jezero) - Bosnia

If you go to Croatia I recommend you visit in August as it is Summer, the weather is perfect and everybody is on holidays. But who works these days anyway?

Escaping Amsterdam and arriving in August was also part of my grand master plan concocted over a year ago. This was because on the 15th of August every year most of my family has a reunion BBQ to celebrate Saint Mary's day at Goliveno. The BBQ is at my uncles Cottage in Goliveno behind the lake (Busko Jezero) in Bosnia where my Dida grew up. This is the lake house that features at the start of the video below and is only an hour and half from the Bosnia border crossing North of split.


This is the house where my Dida grew up and you can see unfortunately it is just an unstable shell now. This damage was actually caused when the lake was damned and decided to flood. 





The Beric family has a number of other cottages further up the hill behind the lake. At these cottages we Beric's are stockpiling vast amounts of fruit trees, bee's and vegetables gardens. When we arrived at BBQ I was greeted by my Dida's two Brothers, Ante and Pere. This was a very special day for me which I will never forget. 








Livno - Bosnia

Next we went to Livno and stayed with Ante and Unka.


 We were lucky enough to have my little 11 year old cousin Marina as our personal tour guide. 


Marina showed the three of us around all of Livno and took us to a museum.








Marina is a Monkey and is some sort of genius child that has been teaching herself Enlgish. She is practically fluent and was literally performing as our translator alot of the time during our visit. This was useful as many of the older generations in Croatia do not speak English that well. All of the younger punk ass hooligans learn it in Highschool though so it makes travelling easy.

Marina is aspiring to be a judge one day and be as cool as my Brother Andrew. We owed Marina for all the translating so we scared the crap out of her by taking her on an adventure across a highly unstable wood plank above a river. There was potential rock climbing to be developed on the other side of the water you see..


Marina took us to gather water from a mysterious pipe coming out of a wall in the middle of a field. We figured it couldn't be any worse than the airport bathroom water nomad has been drinking at all the major cities we have  been to this year.



Marina's dog tried to kill Steve and then turned on Nomad.


More of my lovely family was visiting from Switzerland, we literally bumped into them in the street..



I got done by another hot photos bomber, I don't know why this keeps happening to me :S



Tomislavgrad

After Livno we went to stay with my Cousin's Mario, Ivana and Ivan in Tomislavgrad. This was where the madness began!












Ivana and Mario led us on all sorts of wacked out adventures. Mario was not the best at English but he tried, of Course he speaks way better English than I do Croatian. Mario added the word spadge to his limited English vocabulary repertoire..

"Spadge.. we go to Cafe bar to meet girls.."

This is how alot of our adventures began. They all involved some vague meeting arrangement at a Cafe bar co-ordinated by Mario. He didn't actually know what he was saying or planning half the time and often answered yes to critical questions if he didn't understand them...

Beric: Mario what time are we meeting your friends?

Mario: Yees

Beric: "Mario, is this the right highway we are driving on? where is this cafe?"

Mario: <no comprehension> "yes.... spadge.."

30 minutes later

Ivana: WHY DID YOU LISTEN TO MARIO, THIS IS NOT THE WAY!!!

Mario: NO, NO, YOU NO LISTEN TO MY SISTER, YOU LISTEN TO ME < followed by large amusing amounts of sibling bickering in Croatian >

Ivan didn't have much to say but when you did something right he would give a quick approving nod. Steve and I worked hard to get that nod.


Mario is only 15, but you can drink and go clubbing from whatever age you want in Tomislavgrad. Tomislavgrad is a very small village town with lots of other even smaller villages nearby. On weekends people come from all over the countryside and squash into the several 'Cafe bars' or clubs as we call them in Australia. 




Mario's favourite place to take us was a Disco Tech club called 'Bubbles' and 'Rock Cafe'. In Bubbles some 300 crazy teenagers squash into the building, there's lasers flying everywhere, the music is pumping extremely loud at like 150db (NO JOKE) and everyone is smoking cigarettes. You can't move, hear anything, talk to one another or breath normally given all the smoke. There's no dance floor really, just a bunch of people going deaf and smiling at each other. It was a bizarre social event but we did meet alot of Rad people and Rafiki became uber famous in the village.






Ivana is one of the most amusing people Steve and I have ever met. We discovered quickly that Ivana's sense of humour has tipping point. If you do something funny enough that pushes her over this point she becomes completely out of control! It is hysterical. Her body goes completely limp in an instant. she literally collapses on the ground giggling and can longer speak. We had to be careful near windows and tables with sharp corners.






I taught Ivana to drive during our visit :) She picked it up very well except for hill starts. I had her trying over and over to do a hill start for about 10 minutes. I didn't realise but she was trying to do the hill start in 3rd gear the whole time. So that explained everything. Sorry, my mistake Ivana! When she changed into 1st to do the hill start she was so used to revving the crap out of the car that we did a burn out all the way up the hill and nearly crashed off the road. Good times!


Speaking of cars, Ivana's father is the king 4wd of Bosnia. He scared the crap out of me driving his beast up an insanely loose and steep dirt track.


We also went exploring for new rock With Mario, Ivana and Ivan. We trekked into some glorious remote Bosnian jungle. 




There was a waterfall and a dense amount of stinging trees in one spot. 


Steve and I had to take it like men and get stung all over our legs while carrying Ivan and Ivana on our backs. This is something I can imagine Lee and Sam doing. Nothing stops us Aussie's when we are looking for cliffs..

Ivana's mother Maria and her father treated us to a glorious grill (BBQ) in the woods!











Kastela

Next we drove to Kastela near Split to stay with my Dida's other brother Kresimir. The road he lives on is very long and there were no house numbers displayed so we spent a good half hour driving up and down the street trying to find his house. Then Steve and I both looked at each other and said at the same time "HOLY CRAP, I SWEAR THAT WAS DIDA WAS STANDING ON THE SIDE ROAD BACK THERE". We stopped immediately, of course it was his very close look alike, Kresimir!


 


As with our stays with all my relatives, Kresimir and his wife Mira took great care of us! We were feed copious amounts of good food also, more food than you can ever imagine!


His son Kristijan took us on drinking mission in the park, similar arrangement to Dean Street. My smaller camera broke a few days before this so unfortunety I have no shots.


We also met Boris's new beautiful baby and wife! By the way, it turns out all of you have been calling me the wrong name for the last 24 years, I was reminded on a number of occasions by my family that Beric is actually pronounced with a CH i.e. BeriCH.

Near Kresimirs we did some climbing at Markezina.


Hvar Island

At Markezina we met two cool climbers named Jadran and Branko, the Croart Hoolagans.


These guys were nutbags and organised for us to go to Hvar Island with them for the weekend and do some climbing and deep water soloing. they rang some contacts with a 4wd and a boat on the island. Hvar Island is just off the coast of Split so we caught the ferry to the island. When we arrived a shifty character picked us up and took us for a drive along the coast of the Island on an extremely high and narrow dirt road. We encountered a couple of cars we had to get past and this was uber dodgy given the steep drop off. The view was specky though!






While we were there we met two kick ass Hungarian girls called Zofia and Zsuzsanna..







This is the semi cave semi house majangie we stayed in for the night.







The rock climbing on the Island was world class, the DWS isn't that well developed yet but there's tonnes of potential.






To get back to the mainland the next day Jadran's crazy friend picked up in a fancy boat. We stopped in one of the beautiful bays and had watermelon, cheese and beer for dinner.


Jadran liked hanging off the boat, he didn't give crap that we were going 40 miles an hour in the dark.. Hooligan!

Soline

Next we stayed with Dida's brother Pere in Soline. Below is Pere, his son Josip and myself.




 
Ante and Unka have a house next door and came to stay, they brought Marina, Mario and Ivana to stay also.  All us cousins had a great time, we went bowling and to the movies to see Harry Potter 3D. My brother Andy and I will marry Harmione one day..


We got the cousins climbing at Marjan.






Josip was first up.


Then Mario the 'Italian man'

Followed by Ivana. She was a natural climber. She was the first one to make it to the top of the cliff much to Mario's disgust.. she cruised up with no trouble.


          6 años de pontificado: Francisco se convierte en el otro “Papa viajero”      Cache   Translate Page      

(ZENIT – 13 marzo 2019).- Tal día como hoy, hace 6 años, Jorge Mario Bergoglio fue elegido el 265º sucesor de Pedro, la persona designada por el Cónclave de 115 cardenales para dirigir la Iglesia.

Tercera jornada del Retiro de Cuaresma © Vatican MediaEl 13 de marzo de 2013, a las 19:05 horas, salió humo blanco de la chimenea de la Cabina Sixtina, anunciando la gran noticia. Minutos más tarde, el jesuita argentino, arzobispo de Buenas Aires, se presentó ante los miles de fieles que aguardaban en la plaza de San Pedro y con su ya famoso: “Buenas tardes” dejó ver la sencillez y cercanía que acompañarían su pontificado.

Francisco este año, como de costumbre, celebra el aniversario de su elección como pontífice, en la Casa del Divino Maestro, en Ariccia, donde se encuentra esta semana retirado con sus hermanos de la Curia Romana para realizar el Retiro de Cuaresma.

Ritmo superior al de Juan Pablo II

Este año, Francisco bate récords en su agenda de viajes. A sus 82, el Pontífice argentino ha realizado 27 viajes internacionales, que supone un ritmo superior al que siguió su antecesor Juan Pablo II, el pontífice polaco apodado “el Papa viajero”, elegido papa a sus 58 años.

El Papa saluda a un grupo de niños en Yangon, Myanmar © L'Osservatore RomanoLa JMJ de Brasil en 2013, 5 viajes internaciones en 2014, siendo Corea del Sur y Turquía los más llamativos, cinco destinos en cuatro continentes diferentes en el año 2015: América del Sur hasta América del Norte, África, Asia y Europa; Grecia, México o Armenia son algunos de los seis países que el Santo Padre visitó en 2016; Egipto marcó el año 2017, con el importante encuentro ecuménico junto al Gran Imán de Al-Azhar; 4 viajes en el pasado año 2018 y 2

Es importante destacar su viaje a los Emiratos Árabes Unidos, siendo el primer papa en visitar la península arábiga, y convirtiéndose en el tercer viaje a un país de mayoría musulmana (tras Turquía y Egipto), y teniendo en cuenta que pronto se sumará a la lista Marruecos, el próximo 30 de marzo.

3 próximos viajes

La Santa Sede ha confirmado varios viajes que el Papa realizará próximamente. Del 30 al 31 de marzo, Su Santidad visitará Marruecos, donde abordará el problema de los refugiados, y participará en algún encuentro ecuménico e interreligioso.

El Papa sube al avión que le lleva a Egipto (Osservatore © Romano)El siguiente viaje (que supondrá el cuarto de 2019) será a Bulgaria y Macedonia del 5 al 7 de mayo. La visita a Macedonia, la primera de un Pontífice, incluye un recuerdo especial hacia la Madre Teresa de Calcuta, la santa nacida en la capital de Albania, Skopje en 1910.

Por último, del 31 de mayo al 2 de junio, el Santo Padre viajará Rumanía. De momento, Japón es un destino que entra en los planes de Francisco para noviembre de 2019, confirmado por la Santa Sede, aunque aun sin fechar determinada.

Madagascar y Mozambique, además de Iraq, podrían ser otros países a los que el Santo Padre le gustaría ir, según algunas declaraciones del Vaticano, así como Corea, que siendo más complejo por la situación política que se vive en el país, se ha manifestado como otro deseo del Papa argentino. El Papa ya estuvo en Corea del Sur en 2014, con ocasión de la VI Jornada de la Juventud Asiática.




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