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‘It Failed’: Cruise Ship Coronavirus Snafus Stoke Fears of Global Pandemic

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‘It Failed’: Cruise Ship Coronavirus Snafus Stoke Fears of Global Pandemic Matthew Smith was feeling very good Monday about rejecting the U.S. government’s offer to be evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Japan.He had just gotten word that 14 of the 300-plus Americans and fellow passengers who had boarded a cargo plane back to the U.S. had actually tested positive for the new coronavirus.“OMG! US Gov’t said they would not put anyone on the planes who was symptomatic, and they ended up knowingly and intentionally putting on 14 people who actually have the virus,” Smith tweeted. “Decision not to be evacuated = best decision ever!”Smith and his wife will remain in quarantine on the ship until the Japanese government agrees they can leave—likely this week. He said they will be tested before they disembark and then will be free to go.All the evacuees, meanwhile, will be in quarantine for at least two weeks at Air Force bases in Texas and California—many no doubt wondering whether they, too, might suddenly fall ill.The 14 newly diagnosed patients had been tested two to three days earlier; it wasn’t clear why the results weren’t available until they had already gotten off the Diamond Princess and onto buses to take them to the airport. (The U.S. State Department and federal health officials said they were not showing symptoms, and they decided to let them fly home in a separate chamber from the other 314 passengers.)But the post-evacuation diagnoses are the latest surprise development in an outbreak that has mostly been centered in China but is now on the verge of becoming a global crisis, experts say.“We’re bordering on declaration of a true pandemic,” said Dr. Irwin Redlener, director of Columbia University’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness.“The more people we have in the general population in any country the more likely it is that we’ll declare a global pandemic internationally, which of course will pose lots of challenges to the control of the spread of the disease.”Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health told USA Today on Monday that he would not be surprised if more American evacuees get sick and that it’s clear quarantine on the Diamond Princess didn’t work.“I mean, I’d like to sugarcoat it and try to be diplomatic about it, but it failed,” he said. “People were getting infected on that ship. Something went awry in the process of the quarantining on that ship. I don’t know what it was, but a lot of people got infected on that ship.”American Passenger’s Coronavirus Diagnosis Raises New Fears“A pandemic is when you have multiple countries throughout the world that have what's called sustained transmission from person to person to person, multiple generations,” Fauci added on CBS’ Face the Nation on Sunday.“Right now, there are 24 countries in which there were over 500. Several of them are starting to get to the second and third transmission. So technically speaking, the [World Health Organization] wouldn't be calling this a global pandemic, but it certainly is on the verge of that happening reasonably soon unless containment is more successful than it is right now.”The challenges to containment were laid bare over the weekend, when authorities revealed that an 83-year-old woman allowed to leave another cruise ship, the MS Westerdam docked in Cambodia, was sick.It was an unexpected turn because the cruise company, Holland America, had insisted there was no sign of the virus aboard. More than 140 passengers left with the elderly woman and flew with her to Malaysia, where she felt ill and was tested.The late diagnosis raised the question of whether she could have infected other people on or off the Westerdam. Health officials were scrambling to track down her fellow passengers so they could be monitored.Complicating the containment effort is a lack of concrete information, Redlener said.Coronavirus Cruise Ship Fiasco Points to Possible ‘Super-Spreader’It’s still not clear how easily the virus can be transmitted by people who are infected but not showing symptoms, in part because the incubation period has not been pinpointed.Testing for coronavirus, meanwhile, is still cumbersome; scientists have not yet developed a rapid-result nasal swab.“If we’re going to stand any chance of containing this threat, it behooves us to have a test that works [and] works rapidly, because we need to identify contacts rapidly and then trace the contacts,” Redlener said.“And we may have lost the ability to true containment if we can’t make diagnoses and we already have people wi Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

‘It Failed’: Cruise Ship Coronavirus Snafus Stoke Fears of Global Pandemic

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‘It Failed’: Cruise Ship Coronavirus Snafus Stoke Fears of Global Pandemic Matthew Smith was feeling very good Monday about rejecting the U.S. government’s offer to be evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Japan.He had just gotten word that 14 of the 300-plus Americans and fellow passengers who had boarded a cargo plane back to the U.S. had actually tested positive for the new coronavirus.“OMG! US Gov’t said they would not put anyone on the planes who was symptomatic, and they ended up knowingly and intentionally putting on 14 people who actually have the virus,” Smith tweeted. “Decision not to be evacuated = best decision ever!”Smith and his wife will remain in quarantine on the ship until the Japanese government agrees they can leave—likely this week. He said they will be tested before they disembark and then will be free to go.All the evacuees, meanwhile, will be in quarantine for at least two weeks at Air Force bases in Texas and California—many no doubt wondering whether they, too, might suddenly fall ill.The 14 newly diagnosed patients had been tested two to three days earlier; it wasn’t clear why the results weren’t available until they had already gotten off the Diamond Princess and onto buses to take them to the airport. (The U.S. State Department and federal health officials said they were not showing symptoms, and they decided to let them fly home in a separate chamber from the other 314 passengers.)But the post-evacuation diagnoses are the latest surprise development in an outbreak that has mostly been centered in China but is now on the verge of becoming a global crisis, experts say.“We’re bordering on declaration of a true pandemic,” said Dr. Irwin Redlener, director of Columbia University’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness.“The more people we have in the general population in any country the more likely it is that we’ll declare a global pandemic internationally, which of course will pose lots of challenges to the control of the spread of the disease.”Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health told USA Today on Monday that he would not be surprised if more American evacuees get sick and that it’s clear quarantine on the Diamond Princess didn’t work.“I mean, I’d like to sugarcoat it and try to be diplomatic about it, but it failed,” he said. “People were getting infected on that ship. Something went awry in the process of the quarantining on that ship. I don’t know what it was, but a lot of people got infected on that ship.”American Passenger’s Coronavirus Diagnosis Raises New Fears“A pandemic is when you have multiple countries throughout the world that have what's called sustained transmission from person to person to person, multiple generations,” Fauci added on CBS’ Face the Nation on Sunday.“Right now, there are 24 countries in which there were over 500. Several of them are starting to get to the second and third transmission. So technically speaking, the [World Health Organization] wouldn't be calling this a global pandemic, but it certainly is on the verge of that happening reasonably soon unless containment is more successful than it is right now.”The challenges to containment were laid bare over the weekend, when authorities revealed that an 83-year-old woman allowed to leave another cruise ship, the MS Westerdam docked in Cambodia, was sick.It was an unexpected turn because the cruise company, Holland America, had insisted there was no sign of the virus aboard. More than 140 passengers left with the elderly woman and flew with her to Malaysia, where she felt ill and was tested.The late diagnosis raised the question of whether she could have infected other people on or off the Westerdam. Health officials were scrambling to track down her fellow passengers so they could be monitored.Complicating the containment effort is a lack of concrete information, Redlener said.Coronavirus Cruise Ship Fiasco Points to Possible ‘Super-Spreader’It’s still not clear how easily the virus can be transmitted by people who are infected but not showing symptoms, in part because the incubation period has not been pinpointed.Testing for coronavirus, meanwhile, is still cumbersome; scientists have not yet developed a rapid-result nasal swab.“If we’re going to stand any chance of containing this threat, it behooves us to have a test that works [and] works rapidly, because we need to identify contacts rapidly and then trace the contacts,” Redlener said.“And we may have lost the ability to true containment if we can’t make diagnoses and we already have people wi Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Gives Up on ‘Endless Wars’—and Russia, China, and Iran Move In

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Trump Gives Up on ‘Endless Wars’—and Russia, China, and Iran Move In JERUSALEM–Two decades of expanding operations against what United States Special Operations Command called a “global insurgency of state and non-state actors” has led to fatigue at home and questions abroad about U.S. strategy. Trump, Afghanistan, and ‘The Tweet of Damocles’The latest Trump administration deal with the Taliban, challenges to the U.S. role in Syria and Iraq, and a potential reduction of forces in Africa point to a global trend in how the U.S. will deal with counter-insurgency in the future. What we’re looking at is a global drawdown in U.S. forces committed to counter-terrorist operations at the same time President Donald Trump is demanding other countries, including NATO allies, do more. The idea is for the U.S. to focus on using technology, such as drones, while local forces do the fighting on the ground.This long-term shift has long-term consequences that mean countries such as Iran, China and Russia, which the U.S. sees as adversaries, will have a larger footprint in places where the U.S. is reducing its role. Outsourcing counter-terrorism to these countries may not have been the plan, but it is likely one outcome.U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo began a tour of Africa on Feb. 16 in Senegal where the Flintlock 2020 exercise is underway with neighboring Mauritania. Some 1,600 soldiers from 30 African states and western allies are participating in the annual drill from February 17-28. The U.S. says it is the year’s “premier special operations” exercise that strengthens security across a swath of countries through what’s called the Trans-Sahara Counter-Terrorism Partnership. The concept, pushed in 2018 via an act of Congress, was to improve the capabilities of countries to fight terror.But the picture is bleaker than past U.S. statements have indicated. Funding to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars to fight terror spread across Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Nigeria and a dozen states from Senegal to Somalia hasn’t reduced terror and has resulted in Washington’s decision to reconsider what comes next. The U.S. pulled forces out of Libya in 2019 and three Americans were killed in an attack on a base in Kenya by Somalia’s Al-Shabab in January.The Other Attack on Americans That Has U.S. Forces Unnerved: KenyaAlthough Pompeo says that “we’ll get it right” in terms of U.S. commitment to a swath of African  states, reports indicate the U.S. is reducing the footprint on the ground. Washington has “downgraded” efforts against extremists, the New York Times reported in mid-February. France, which sent hundreds more troops to the Sahel region recently, has warned this is a bad idea. The overall numbers could mean cutting in half the U.S. presence of 5,000 troops in a dozen locations.Changes in Africa strategy are only the tip of the iceberg of a much larger policy shift. On the one hand the U.S. National Defense Strategy wants to move away from counter-insurgency to competing against large states like Iran, China and Russia. The Pentagon believes that “inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in US national security.” Since U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) expanded from 47,000 in 2007 to 80,000 today, it might be argued that the U.S. has reached peak strength in fighting terror and now can move on successfully. The problem is that from Afghanistan to the Philippines to Niger there has not been a major success.In Afghanistan, where the U.S. has been fighting the Taliban for almost 20 years, some sort of peace deal is in the works. President Donald Trump has sought to end such “endless  wars,” and Democrats running to replace him also want to end this one. In Iraq and Syria the U.S. appears to be reducing its role as well. Trump twice announced a withdrawal from Syria only to relent and keep troops to protect “oil” while slowly walking away from America’s anti-ISIS partners in the Syrian Democratic Forces.Plans to use bases in neighboring Iraq to “watch Iran” have not panned out and the U.S. finds itself pressured to leave most of Iraq after tensions with Iran boiled over in January following U.S. decision to blow away near Baghdad airport Iran’s Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi militia leader Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.Meanwhile, rocket fire has targeted U.S. bases and forces near the US embassy almost every week since October 2019.The long-term result in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, and across Africa can be seen symbolically in what is already happening in the Philippines. For t Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

As Trump Gives Up on ‘Endless Wars,' Russia, China, and Iran Move In

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As Trump Gives Up on ‘Endless Wars,' Russia, China, and Iran Move In JERUSALEM–Two decades of expanding operations against what United States Special Operations Command called a “global insurgency of state and non-state actors” has led to fatigue at home and questions abroad about U.S. strategy. Trump, Afghanistan, and ‘The Tweet of Damocles’The latest Trump administration deal with the Taliban, challenges to the U.S. role in Syria and Iraq, and a potential reduction of forces in Africa point to a global trend in how the U.S. will deal with counter-insurgency in the future. What we’re looking at is a global drawdown in U.S. forces committed to counter-terrorist operations at the same time President Donald Trump is demanding other countries, including NATO allies, do more. The idea is for the U.S. to focus on using technology, such as drones, while local forces do the fighting on the ground.This long-term shift has long-term consequences that mean countries such as Iran, China and Russia, which the U.S. sees as adversaries, will have a larger footprint in places where the U.S. is reducing its role. Outsourcing counter-terrorism to these countries may not have been the plan, but it is likely one outcome.U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo began a tour of Africa on Feb. 16 in Senegal where the Flintlock 2020 exercise is underway with neighboring Mauritania. Some 1,600 soldiers from 30 African states and western allies are participating in the annual drill from February 17-28. The U.S. says it is the year’s “premier special operations” exercise that strengthens security across a swath of countries through what’s called the Trans-Sahara Counter-Terrorism Partnership. The concept, pushed in 2018 via an act of Congress, was to improve the capabilities of countries to fight terror.But the picture is bleaker than past U.S. statements have indicated. Funding to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars to fight terror spread across Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Nigeria and a dozen states from Senegal to Somalia hasn’t reduced terror and has resulted in Washington’s decision to reconsider what comes next. The U.S. pulled forces out of Libya in 2019 and three Americans were killed in an attack on a base in Kenya by Somalia’s Al-Shabab in January.The Other Attack on Americans That Has U.S. Forces Unnerved: KenyaAlthough Pompeo says that “we’ll get it right” in terms of U.S. commitment to a swath of African  states, reports indicate the U.S. is reducing the footprint on the ground. Washington has “downgraded” efforts against extremists, the New York Times reported in mid-February. France, which sent hundreds more troops to the Sahel region recently, has warned this is a bad idea. The overall numbers could mean cutting in half the U.S. presence of 5,000 troops in a dozen locations.Changes in Africa strategy are only the tip of the iceberg of a much larger policy shift. On the one hand the U.S. National Defense Strategy wants to move away from counter-insurgency to competing against large states like Iran, China and Russia. The Pentagon believes that “inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in US national security.” Since U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) expanded from 47,000 in 2007 to 80,000 today, it might be argued that the U.S. has reached peak strength in fighting terror and now can move on successfully. The problem is that from Afghanistan to the Philippines to Niger there has not been a major success.In Afghanistan, where the U.S. has been fighting the Taliban for almost 20 years, some sort of peace deal is in the works. President Donald Trump has sought to end such “endless  wars,” and Democrats running to replace him also want to end this one. In Iraq and Syria the U.S. appears to be reducing its role as well. Trump twice announced a withdrawal from Syria only to relent and keep troops to protect “oil” while slowly walking away from America’s anti-ISIS partners in the Syrian Democratic Forces.Plans to use bases in neighboring Iraq to “watch Iran” have not panned out and the U.S. finds itself pressured to leave most of Iraq after tensions with Iran boiled over in January following U.S. decision to blow away near Baghdad airport Iran’s Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi militia leader Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.Meanwhile, rocket fire has targeted U.S. bases and forces near the US embassy almost every week since October 2019.The long-term result in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, and across Africa can be seen symbolically in what is already happening in the Philippines. For t Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Sudan moves to distance itself from Gulf regional powerhouses

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17.2.2020 10:41
Anjuman Rahman, Middle East Monitor
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Sudan moves distance itself from Gulf regional powerhouses

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok holds a press conference at Khartoum International Airport in Khartoum, Sudan on December 08, 2019 [Mahmoud Hjaj/Anadolu Agency]The exuberance of Sudan’s revolution that overthrew long-serving dictator Omar Al-Bashir has died down after a series of disappointing moves that has brought the nation, rife with sectarian and political conflicts for the past half century, to its knees. The transitional government is suffering a deepening identity crisis as foreign powers vie with each other to tie the oil-producer within their particular spheres of influence. The 2011 secession of the oil-producing south left the Khartoum government hostage to the whims of oil-rich Gulf States. There’s no questioning the strong love and admiration that the people of Sudan have for Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and his determination to achieve peace. However, he is burdened with the gargantuan task of steering Sudan […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Ocasio-Cortez faces 13 challengers – but can anyone unseat her?

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Ocasio-Cortez faces 13 challengers – but can anyone unseat her? Eight Republicans and five Democrats are vying to take on AOC – but many voters in the district are voicing support for the congresswomanDemocratic leftist superstar Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has risen to national – and even global – fame from an unlikely position as a young first-time congresswoman from New York.But now she faces 13 different challengers, including from within her own party as well as Republicans, as she prepares for her first congressional re-election campaign. News of the multiple bids to unseat AOC, however, came as a surprise to many voters on the streets of her district in the Bronx last week.Some voters still had not heard of the progressive superstar. Others said they would weigh the merits of her rivals as the contests heat up over the summer. But most voiced support, arguing that almost two years since Ocasio-Cortez threw a grenade at the Democratic establishment by ousting incumbent Joe Crowley, her progressive agenda – touting universal healthcare and a Green New Deal – was only now taking hold in the nation’s political capital.“Give her a chance! We knew who she was when we sent her, that she’d make a noise, and making a noise was why we sent her,” said local businessman Abdul Abbas.“She’s done good things for the Bronx,” concurred Carol Heraldo. “I like how she presents herself as woman, that she’s firm, that she took what she believed and made it real. We don’t see a lot of young people accomplish a lot because they’re afraid – and she’s not afraid.”> We knew who she was when we sent her, that she’d make a noise, and making a noise was why we sent her> > Abdul AbbasThat’s not how all see it. The first-term congresswoman is facing eight Republican and five Democratic candidates aiming to unseat her. Some appear symbolic, with little fundraising potential or appetite for collecting the necessary 4,000 signatures to get on the ballot.At her first campaign rally on Saturday, Ocasio-Cortez said she hoped to multiply turnout by four, reaching 60,000 votes in the primary election. She declined to be drawn on the challengers that have lined up to contest her seat.“I think everyone has a right [to run]. I of course won my seat with a primary,” she told the New York Post. “I would never begrudge anyone trying to run in a primary.”Ocasio-Cortez’s Republican challengers certainly seem to have their work cut out for them. In 2018 she steamedrolled the Republican candidate by a margin of 78%.With about $3.4m in her campaigns re-election coffers in a solidly Democratic district, Ocasio-Cortez’s Republican challengers probably plan on merely damaging her or securing a bigger national media profile by taking on such a famed opponent.John Cummings, a former police officer, raised $425,000 in 10 weeks after announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination on Fox & Friends. Jamaican immigrant Scherie Murray gave her first interview to Fox News’s Sean Hannity and raised a similar amount.But having led a campaign to prevent Amazon from establishing a headquarters in neighboring Long Island City, and established herself as a leading member of “the Squad”, the self-described group of progressive congresswomen that includes Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Ocasio-Cortez is a political target.In a district that hasn’t voted Republican in half a century, the Republican candidates are tackling a candidate who has become a lightning rod for rightwing anger nationally.“Anything that indicates AOC is vulnerable would be godsend to people who don’t like her or are upset about the Amazon loss of 27,000 jobs in New York,” said veteran Democratic party strategist Hank Sheinkopf, warning: “Politics are unstable across the nation. Things are happening that we haven’t seen or thought about before.”Strategically speaking, a challenge to one of the most influential voices on the American left also could affect candidates in other, more marginal races. Within New York City, more than three dozen candidates promoting progressive, generational change are taking on congressional incumbents.In her own district, enthusiasm among supporters for Ocasio-Cortez is unwavering. The Working Families party “knows Ocasio-Cortez will beat any challengers who might arise because she’s fighting tirelessly for her district and her agenda speaks to the people of Queens and the Bronx”, the group said in a statement to the Guardian.But the Ocasio-Cortez campaign also knows that opposition to her remains deep within th Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Ocasio-Cortez faces 13 challengers – but can anyone unseat her?

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Ocasio-Cortez faces 13 challengers – but can anyone unseat her? Eight Republicans and five Democrats are vying to take on AOC – but many voters in the district are voicing support for the congresswomanDemocratic leftist superstar Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has risen to national – and even global – fame from an unlikely position as a young first-time congresswoman from New York.But now she faces 13 different challengers, including from within her own party as well as Republicans, as she prepares for her first congressional re-election campaign. News of the multiple bids to unseat AOC, however, came as a surprise to many voters on the streets of her district in the Bronx last week.Some voters still had not heard of the progressive superstar. Others said they would weigh the merits of her rivals as the contests heat up over the summer. But most voiced support, arguing that almost two years since Ocasio-Cortez threw a grenade at the Democratic establishment by ousting incumbent Joe Crowley, her progressive agenda – touting universal healthcare and a Green New Deal – was only now taking hold in the nation’s political capital.“Give her a chance! We knew who she was when we sent her, that she’d make a noise, and making a noise was why we sent her,” said local businessman Abdul Abbas.“She’s done good things for the Bronx,” concurred Carol Heraldo. “I like how she presents herself as woman, that she’s firm, that she took what she believed and made it real. We don’t see a lot of young people accomplish a lot because they’re afraid – and she’s not afraid.”> We knew who she was when we sent her, that she’d make a noise, and making a noise was why we sent her> > Abdul AbbasThat’s not how all see it. The first-term congresswoman is facing eight Republican and five Democratic candidates aiming to unseat her. Some appear symbolic, with little fundraising potential or appetite for collecting the necessary 4,000 signatures to get on the ballot.At her first campaign rally on Saturday, Ocasio-Cortez said she hoped to multiply turnout by four, reaching 60,000 votes in the primary election. She declined to be drawn on the challengers that have lined up to contest her seat.“I think everyone has a right [to run]. I of course won my seat with a primary,” she told the New York Post. “I would never begrudge anyone trying to run in a primary.”Ocasio-Cortez’s Republican challengers certainly seem to have their work cut out for them. In 2018 she steamedrolled the Republican candidate by a margin of 78%.With about $3.4m in her campaigns re-election coffers in a solidly Democratic district, Ocasio-Cortez’s Republican challengers probably plan on merely damaging her or securing a bigger national media profile by taking on such a famed opponent.John Cummings, a former police officer, raised $425,000 in 10 weeks after announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination on Fox & Friends. Jamaican immigrant Scherie Murray gave her first interview to Fox News’s Sean Hannity and raised a similar amount.But having led a campaign to prevent Amazon from establishing a headquarters in neighboring Long Island City, and established herself as a leading member of “the Squad”, the self-described group of progressive congresswomen that includes Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Ocasio-Cortez is a political target.In a district that hasn’t voted Republican in half a century, the Republican candidates are tackling a candidate who has become a lightning rod for rightwing anger nationally.“Anything that indicates AOC is vulnerable would be godsend to people who don’t like her or are upset about the Amazon loss of 27,000 jobs in New York,” said veteran Democratic party strategist Hank Sheinkopf, warning: “Politics are unstable across the nation. Things are happening that we haven’t seen or thought about before.”Strategically speaking, a challenge to one of the most influential voices on the American left also could affect candidates in other, more marginal races. Within New York City, more than three dozen candidates promoting progressive, generational change are taking on congressional incumbents.In her own district, enthusiasm among supporters for Ocasio-Cortez is unwavering. The Working Families party “knows Ocasio-Cortez will beat any challengers who might arise because she’s fighting tirelessly for her district and her agenda speaks to the people of Queens and the Bronx”, the group said in a statement to the Guardian.But the Ocasio-Cortez campaign also knows that opposition to her remains deep within th Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Top Gear: Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff ‘gutted’ as bosses pull plug on segment

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TOP GEAR hosts Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff were left devastated when bosses made the decision to cut short one of their challenges on this week's episode. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Teens Try Teaching Elders How To Make TikTok Challenges

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Čeho všeho se chvilkaři budou muset ještě dopustit, než na ně padne zákon?

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Pro chápání globální politiky jsou třeba určité předpoklady a je třeba znát několik věcí. Co se předpokladů týká, je třeba mít základní přehled o globálním historickém procesu a fázi, v jaké se nyní nacházíme, tj. mít základní představu o kontextu "odkud-kam" ve vztahu ke globálnímu historickému procesu. Globální politika není geopolitikou (ta je druhem zahraniční
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Nepřítel skrytý v taláru: kryje a organizuje vraždy, ruší celostátní volby, likviduje nepohodlné na objednávku, způsobuje krize, bere děti rodičům, blokuje efektivní řízení státu a garantuje že žádné změny nebudou!

Daniel Novák 16.02.2020, 12:47

V současnosti hýbe ( žlučí ) společnosti bytová krize, přičemž si málokdo vzpomene, že deregulace nájemného přitom začala po zásazích Ústavního soudu v roce 2007 a regulované ceny skončily v roce 2012. Za každým zločinem proti veřejnosti lze vystopovat justiční mafii a její prašivé předáky. Podle 2. odstavce Článku 9. Ústavy je změna ,, podstatných náležitostí demokratického právního
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Přehled zpráv – RusVesna, RusNext 15.2.2020

Božena W. 16.02.2020, 12:40

1; Krvavé narozeniny: Ukrajinec uřízl hlavu tchýni. Vyšetřovatelé zjišťují okolnosti události. 2; Vláda nekompetentních idiotů. Ljaška se obořil s kritikou na ukrajinského premiéra. Využil k tomu své oblíbené téma – nezaměstnanost. 3; Na Ukrajině zemřela osmiletá dívenka stářím. Byla u ní předtím diagnostikována genová mutace – Hutchinson-Gilfordův syndrom. 4; Trump bude teď drtit své oponenty.
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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 28.11.2016, 15:53

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Tomio Okamura

Tomio Okamura: Radikální zdražování potravin a nákladů na bydlení.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:46

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Tomio Okamura: SPD prosazuje otevření otázky vypořádání válečných reparací.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:26

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Tomio Okamura: EU dnes - Svoboda je otroctví George Orwell.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:19

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Tomio Okamura: ČT24 Události komentáře - Křeček.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:17

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Tomio Okamura: Zrušit lustrační zákon nebo ne?

Tomio Okamura 14.02.2020, 20:16

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Valčík

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:29

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Freestyle

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Slowfox

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:18

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Chacha

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:07

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - současný tanec

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:03

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - Freestyle

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 13:59

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - Tango

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - Jive

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Finále: Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička - Současný tanec

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Finále: Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička - Freestyle

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Česká politická scéna jako na dlani

„Krvavá Madlenko, ty jsi jen prachsprostá zlodějka!“ „Český národ nikdy Kosovo neuzná“. Připomínka „dne uloupení“ byla ještě bouřlivější, než jindy

17.02.2020, 22:17

REPORTÁŽ „Prachsprostá zlodějko Albrightová, všechno to vrátíš!“ I to znělo v pondělí večer Václavským náměstím v Praze, kde se lidé sešli vyjádřit nesouhlas s jednostranným odtržením Kosova srbskému státu.
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Křečku, neprojdeš? Blokáda úřadu ombudsmana jde nečekaným směrem. Toto asi nečekali

17.02.2020, 18:51

ANKETA Bránit Stanislavu Křečkovi v nástupu do úřadu ombudsmana vlastním tělem? Takový je záměr aktivisty Jakuba Patočky. Jenže s tím narazil u českých politiků, mezi nimiž na takovou formu protestu panuje vzácná shoda. Padla dokonce slova o porušení zákona nebo fašismu.
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Rozřezané pneumatiky, rozbitá skla u aut... Slavík Tomáš Ortel se rozpovídal, čemu čelí jeho kapela

17.02.2020, 21:27

ROZHOVOR „Nejčastěji se organizátor zalekne medializace daného koncertu, nebo je na majitele vyvíjen nátlak od zastupitelů obcí či měst, aby koncert naší kapely nepořádal,“ vypočítává důvody, kvůli kterým je občas zrušen koncert skupiny Ortel, zpěvák, skladatel a textař Tomáš Ortel. V rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz se vyjádřil ke zprávě, že kapela letos nevystoupí na řípské pouti, i k postoji některých svých kolegů vůči Ortelu. „Je vskutku zarážející, že se tu svoboda vyjadřování a svoboda projevu dělí na správný a uznávaný názor a na ten nepohodlný a často dehonestovaný pohled jedince,“ říká pak ke slovům o cenzuře, které z některých míst zaznívají. Prozradil také, která z písní Ortelu vyvolává největší „vášně“.
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Zásadní svědectví v kauze „Židovka z Lidic“. Wollnerovcům se líbit nebude

17.02.2020, 18:18

Nové svědectví v kauze Lidice nejspíše znevěrohodnilo tvrzení historika Kyncla, jenž tvrdí, že Alžběta Doležalová udala židovku Štěpánku Mikešovou. „Resslova výpověď o udavačství přeživší lidické ženy Alžběty Doležalové tak možná zcela ztrácí na věrohodnosti,“ uvedl server Aktuálně. Co se zjistilo a proč se Ressla za protektorátu každý bál?
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Nadzvednutý poslanec ODS Krejza: Počet pofidérních zakázek se na obraně stupňuje. Ty rychlé platby, utajované informace i před poslanci...

17.02.2020, 19:46

Poslanec ODS Karel Krejza jako člen výboru pro obranu kritizoval nákup pasivních radarových systémů, ve kterém je podle něj mnoho nejasností a podezření. Poslanci podle něj nebyli ministerstvem informováni o opakovaném zásadním navýšení ceny a uspokojena nebyla ani jeho interpelace. V rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz poslanec shrnuje své námitky.
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Manipulace s pamětí národa

Vlastimil Podracký 17.02.2020, 00:10

Stále jsme konfrontováni se snahou měnit proti národnímu zájmu historická fakta a vnášet do nového výkladu politické zájmy pomocí viditelně lživé propagandy. Propaganda používá ony známé goebbelsovské metody, tak známé, že už by je měl každý dávno znát. Je to jednak selektování dějů tak, aby určité se vůbec nepřipomínaly, naopak jiné se zvýraznily a založilo se na nich nové tvrzení. To je třeba případ českých četníků v táboře v Letech, kteří se prý chovali nepatřičně. Ale neříká se, že tábor byl veden okupační správou, četníci poslouchali německé nadřízené, kdyby se chovali jinak, následovalo by jejich uvržení do podobného tábora. To samozřejmě nevylučuje selhání jednotlivců, ale potom nelze mluvit o „Češích“, ale o výjimkách. Jestliže lidická žena několik dní před vyhlazením její obce udala židovku, kterou předtím přechovávala, možná i několik let za obrovského rizika, udělala to na základě obavy ze stanného práva, které bylo vyhlášeno po likvidaci Heydricha a hlavně z obavy, aby nacistická komanda, která přepadala domácnosti, na ni nepřišla, protože jinak ubytovatelku v nejlepším případě čekal koncentrák.
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Co dělat?

Jan Vítek 15.02.2020, 00:10

Během noci narazilo na Azurové pobřeží sto lodí přeplněných vystěhovalci. Přicházejí hledat naději. Vzbuzují lítost. Jsou slabí jako jedinci a zároveň nesmírně silní. Jejich úděsná síla spočívá v bezmezném množství.… Popisem úmyslného ztroskotání vysloužilých parníků s lidským nákladem začíná dystopický román francouzského spisovatele Jean Raspaila Le Camp des Saints, který je k dostání v českém překladu pod titulem Tábor svatých. (K objednání napište paní Zuzaně Adamsonové) Měl by být povinnou četbou v každé rodině. Existenciální otázky, které položil před téměř padesáti lety, kdy vyšel poprvé, připadaly tehdy fiktivní. Pro nás jsou dnes skutečnou a bezprostřední výzvou, k níž se musíme postavit čelem.
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Čína - osočování Západem - vs. západní biologické válčení?

Peter Koenig 14.02.2020, 00:10

Generální ředitel Světové zdravotnické organizace (WHO) Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 29. ledna uvedl, že není žádný důvod k tomu, aby byla nákaza koronavirem 2019-nCoV v Číně prohlášena za pandemické riziko. 30. ledna prohlásil, že virus představuje globální stav zdravotní nouze, ale objasnil, že není žádný důvod k tomu, aby země vydávaly doporučení necestovat do Číny. Nyní budu spekulovat - „globální stav zdravotní nouze“ byl vyhlášen na žádost Washingtonu a poznámku ohledně cestovních doporučení přidal sám Dr. Tedros, neboť si uvědomil, že není důvod k panice, že Čína dělá zázraky, aby zastavila šíření viru a detekovala virus včas.
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Nechť nám ČT sdělí, jakou to nestrannost a svobodu má vlastně na mysli

Lubomír Man 13.02.2020, 00:20

Kodex ČT, schválený poslaneckou sněmovnou Parlamentu ČT v červenci 2003, který má být jakýmsi etickým vodítkem pro každodenní praxi pracovníků ČT, představuje skutečně útěšlivé čtení. Pročítáte si jej a neubráníte se dojmu, že tohle mohli sepsat jedině lidé ryzího charakteru a současně též nejvěrnější pokračovatelé díla a myšlení našich velikánů ducha nejnepochybnějších, jakými jsou Jan Hus a T.G. Masaryk. Jen si zásady Kodexu ČT poslechněte a příjemno v duši se vám udělá při pomyšlení, že takováto vznešenost ducha vůbec v tomto pokaženém světě ještě existuje, že je jí dovoleno promluvit, a že je jí na naší české půdě dokonce určeno, že by to měla být právě ona, která povede slova a činy pracovníků ČT k cíli, jímž má být lepší a mravnější národ..
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Zbraň nebo nákaza?

Jan Vítek 13.02.2020, 00:10

Zásadní a nejdůležitější otázka rozporuplné debaty o koronaviru z Wu- chanu zní: byl uměle „ozbrojen“ tak, aby se šířil rychleji a zabíjel houfněji? Epidemie vstupuje do období zlomu nebo průlomu.
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Merkelová: Volba durynského premiéra je neomluvitelná, a proto musí být zrušena

Maru 12.02.2020, 00:20

Jsme svědky otevřeného nástupu fašismu v Evropě. Jeho nositeli však nejsou patriotické strany jako německá AFD. Fašismus nyní nastupuje s podporou spektra tzv. klasických demokratických stran, které odmítají respektovat výsledky svobodných demokratických voleb.
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Sociální experiment Žít Brno

Martin Veselý 12.02.2020, 00:10

Žijete z dávek? Dlužíte městu na nájemném? Pak jste ideální kandidáti na to, abyste dostali nově zařízený byt, za který nemusíte platit. Že je to divné? Ne tak v sociálním experimentu neomarxistů z Žít Brno.
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Dobíjení e-aut zdražuje

David Dvořák 11.02.2020, 00:10

Řekl bych, že je nejvyšší čas osvětlit všem eurohujerům a zeleně svítícím sluníčkám, co obnáší definice užitečného idiota. Definici sice najdeme na Wikipedii, ale stručně a jasně - užitečný idiot je hodně aktivní hňup, který propaguje něco, o čem ví kulové. A jak se dříve říkalo, iniciativní blbec je horší než třídní nepřítel.
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