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Kofi Kingston blasts Shelton Benjamin with Trouble in Paradise: WWE ECW, Apr. 22, 2008 (WWE Network)

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Thank god for our vagina! | Kaouthar Darmoni | TEDxLinz

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Kaouthar Darmoni talks about her wise grandmother, femininity, female and male sexuality, Freud and real bodies of real women. There is no right versus wrong with female bodies because all bodies are different and at the same time equal feminine. Grateful for being initiated to the art of being feminine by the oldest in the tribe she learned her grandma’s wisdom: Beauty, grace and playfulness is ageless and timeless. What should female sexuality look like? Her Moroccan grandmother always said that the vagina is „the door to paradise“ and that female sexuality, in its root, is active, not passive. First she thought she cannot argue with Freud, even if she was taught differently. Or did she finally? Her dream about the new golden age is that men are strong and vulnerable at once and that women feel empowered and save enough to share their sacred wisdom with men. Furthermore, her dream contains, that the matriarchal and patriarchal come together in an egalitarian system. Dr. Kaouthar Darmoni (PhD) is a scholar and expert in Gender studies. She has an extensive academic career as Assistant Professor in Gender & Media. She combines her academic passion with her Divine9Dance® and Women Empowerment. She leads the Feminine Capital Academy to teach women The Art of being Feminine. She guides them to free their Feminine & Erotic Capital and use it as an added-value; to achieve more economic and social benefits, and to do more for the good of Mother Earth. Kaouthar’s focus is to support and accelerate the emergence of Female Leadership where the Feminine & the Masculine co-lead the world together towards more balance and higher consciousness. She likes to create bridges and connections between her original Arab-Muslim culture and her adopted Western culture. She is a passionate activist and is involved in many Women’s movements around the world. Kaouthar is regularly featured as a keynote speaker at the largest conferences, as well as being on television, radio, international magazines and newspapers and various internet programs Dr. Kaouthar Darmoni (PhD) is a scholar and expert in Gender studies. She has an extensive academic career as Assistant Professor in Gender & Media. She combines her academic passion with her Divine9Dance® and Women Empowerment. She leads the Feminine Capital Academy to teach women The Art of being Feminine. She guides them to free their Feminine & Erotic Capital and use it as an added-value; to achieve more economic and social benefits, and to do more for the good of Mother Earth. Kaouthar’s focus is to support and accelerate the emergence of FeMale Leadership where the Feminine & the Masculine co-lead the world together towards more balance and higher consciousness. She likes to create bridges and connections between her original Arab-Muslim culture and her adopted Western culture. She is a passionate activist and is involved in many Women’s movements around the world. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Sri Lanka bombings: Intelligence blunder ahead of terror attack that killed more than 200

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Sri Lanka bombings: Intelligence blunder ahead of terror attack that killed more than 200 Almost 300 killed - everything we know so far Victims: mother and son among five Britons killed in explosions Intelligence on threat not passed on to Sri Lankan government Reconstruction: How attacker waited at buffet before detonating  World leaders and cricket stars have reacted with horror Key intelligence on a possible terrorist attack was not passed onto the Sri Lankan government weeks before at least 290 people were killed in a wave of Easter Sunday suicide bombings on churches and five-star hotels.  Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe acknowledged late on Sunday that “information was there” about possible attacks, adding that “we must also look into why adequate precautions were not taken.” It was reported that information about potential suicide attacks had been passed by “foreign intelligence” to the Sri Lankan security agencies ten days earlier. The horrific death toll, which has risen dramatically overnight, was given on Monday morning by a police spokesman, who said a further 500 people had been wounded. The Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the UK, Manisha Gunasekera, said eight British nationals were killed in the attacks, up from five previously thought. "As of now I think there is information on eight nationals who have lost their lives and the other numbers are of other nationals," she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. Members of a British family were killed while eating breakfast when six coordinated morning blasts targeted foreign and local guests at three hotels in the capital, Colombo, and Christians worshipping in three high profile churches across the country. Alex Nicholson, 11, and his mother, Anita, 42, were killed while dining at the second-floor restaurant in the Shangri La hotel. The schoolboy’s father, Ben, survived, while The Telegraph was unable to account for the whereabouts of the couple’s youngest daughter. Read more Sri Lanka attacks As panic spread across the island, two further blasts occurred hours later at a smaller Colombo hotel and in a residential area during a security operation after the worst violence on the South Asian island since the end of its decades-long civil war in 2009.  The attack bore little similarity to the violence of the civil war, but had echoes of mass Islamist terror attacks around the world in recent years.  The Pope led international condemnation of the attack during his annual speech on what should be the most joyful moment on the Christian liturgical calendar.  "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence," Pope Francis said.  pic gallery Sri Lankan authorities, who lifted a 12-hour curfew on the Indian Ocean island on Monday morning, have not said who staged the attacks and no group has claimed responsibility. Police said on Monday 24 people had been arrested.  Mr Wickremesinghe said the suspects’ names had been “local” but he added investigators were probing whether the attackers had any “overseas links.” He stressed the government’s first priority was to “apprehend the terrorists” and to “ensure that terrorism does not lift its head in Sri Lanka.” The Shangri-La, Kingsbury and Cinnamon Grand hotels, popular with foreign tourists, were targeted as guests sat down to enjoy their Sunday breakfast. Sri Lanka attacks - Locator map At the Cinnamon Grand, a hotel manager said the attacker waited patiently in a queue for the Easter Sunday breakfast buffet at the Taprobane restaurant before setting off explosives strapped to his back.   The man, who had checked in the night before, was carrying a plate and was about to be served when he unleashed his devastating bomb. "There was utter chaos," the manager told AFP. “It was 8:30 am and it was busy. It was families," he said. "One of our managers who was welcoming guests was among those killed instantly." The government ordered a social media blackout in Sri Lanka to prevent public panic from false rumours, but it also hampered efforts by friends and family to make contact with loved ones. A doctor at the Lady Ridgeway Children hospital in Colombo told the Telegraph that a number of children had arrived alone. “People have brought children who were injured…we are waiting for the parents to come,” he said. Nalini Somalatha said she was struggling to find news of her son Nalin, 25, who had gone to church with his Christian girlfriend. “I heard about the blasts and I called my son.. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Sri Lanka bombings: Intelligence blunder ahead of terror attack that killed more than 200

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Sri Lanka bombings: Intelligence blunder ahead of terror attack that killed more than 200 Almost 300 killed - everything we know so far Victims: mother and son among five Britons killed in explosions Intelligence on threat not passed on to Sri Lankan government Reconstruction: How attacker waited at buffet before detonating  World leaders and cricket stars have reacted with horror Key intelligence on a possible terrorist attack was not passed onto the Sri Lankan government weeks before at least 290 people were killed in a wave of Easter Sunday suicide bombings on churches and five-star hotels.  Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe acknowledged late on Sunday that “information was there” about possible attacks, adding that “we must also look into why adequate precautions were not taken.” It was reported that information about potential suicide attacks had been passed by “foreign intelligence” to the Sri Lankan security agencies ten days earlier. The horrific death toll, which has risen dramatically overnight, was given on Monday morning by a police spokesman, who said a further 500 people had been wounded. The Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the UK, Manisha Gunasekera, said eight British nationals were killed in the attacks, up from five previously thought. "As of now I think there is information on eight nationals who have lost their lives and the other numbers are of other nationals," she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. Members of a British family were killed while eating breakfast when six coordinated morning blasts targeted foreign and local guests at three hotels in the capital, Colombo, and Christians worshipping in three high profile churches across the country. Alex Nicholson, 11, and his mother, Anita, 42, were killed while dining at the second-floor restaurant in the Shangri La hotel. The schoolboy’s father, Ben, survived, while The Telegraph was unable to account for the whereabouts of the couple’s youngest daughter. Read more Sri Lanka attacks As panic spread across the island, two further blasts occurred hours later at a smaller Colombo hotel and in a residential area during a security operation after the worst violence on the South Asian island since the end of its decades-long civil war in 2009.  The attack bore little similarity to the violence of the civil war, but had echoes of mass Islamist terror attacks around the world in recent years.  The Pope led international condemnation of the attack during his annual speech on what should be the most joyful moment on the Christian liturgical calendar.  "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence," Pope Francis said.  pic gallery Sri Lankan authorities, who lifted a 12-hour curfew on the Indian Ocean island on Monday morning, have not said who staged the attacks and no group has claimed responsibility. Police said on Monday 24 people had been arrested.  Mr Wickremesinghe said the suspects’ names had been “local” but he added investigators were probing whether the attackers had any “overseas links.” He stressed the government’s first priority was to “apprehend the terrorists” and to “ensure that terrorism does not lift its head in Sri Lanka.” The Shangri-La, Kingsbury and Cinnamon Grand hotels, popular with foreign tourists, were targeted as guests sat down to enjoy their Sunday breakfast. Sri Lanka attacks - Locator map At the Cinnamon Grand, a hotel manager said the attacker waited patiently in a queue for the Easter Sunday breakfast buffet at the Taprobane restaurant before setting off explosives strapped to his back.   The man, who had checked in the night before, was carrying a plate and was about to be served when he unleashed his devastating bomb. "There was utter chaos," the manager told AFP. “It was 8:30 am and it was busy. It was families," he said. "One of our managers who was welcoming guests was among those killed instantly." The government ordered a social media blackout in Sri Lanka to prevent public panic from false rumours, but it also hampered efforts by friends and family to make contact with loved ones. A doctor at the Lady Ridgeway Children hospital in Colombo told the Telegraph that a number of children had arrived alone. “People have brought children who were injured…we are waiting for the parents to come,” he said. Nalini Somalatha said she was struggling to find news of her son Nalin, 25, who had gone to church with his Christian girlfriend. “I heard about the blasts and I called my son.. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Anglický zpěvák a kytarista (plus keyb, harm), typický rockový písničkář, nar. 1950. Začínal ve sk. True Beats, v letech 1968 - 1968 člen sk. Herd (velký hit From The Underworld, album Paradise ... Číst dále >>>

Sri Lanka church and hotel explosions: five Britons among 200 dead in Easter Sunday bomb attacks

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Sri Lanka church and hotel explosions: five Britons among 200 dead in Easter Sunday bomb attacks At least 7 blasts at churches and hotels Mother and son among five Britons killed in explosions Churches were full of people attending Easter services Suicide bombers 'behind at least two of the attacks' Death toll rising rapidly, hospitals overcome with injured Eight suspects arrested  World leaders and cricket stars have reacted with horror At least 207 people were killed and more than 450 injured as a wave of suspected suicide bombings tore through churches and five-star hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Three British citizens and two UK-US dual citizens were among the fatalities as six coordinated morning blasts targetted foreign and local families in three hotels in the capital, Colombo, and Christians worshipping in three high profile churches across the country. Two further blasts occurred hours later at a smaller Colombo hotel and in a residential area where seven arrests were made in connection with the worst violence on the South Asia island since the end of its decades-long civil war in 2009.  The authorities, who imposed a 12-hour curfew on the Indian Ocean island, have not said who staged the attacks and nobody has claimed responsibility. Speaking to reporters, Ranil Wickremesinghe, the prime minister said that the suspects names had been “local” but he added that investigators were probing whether the attackers had any “overseas links.” The Shangri-La, Kingsbury and Cinnamon Grand hotels, popular with foreign tourists, were targetted as guests sat down to enjoy their Sunday breakfast. pic gallery In a chilling detail, a manager at the Cinnamon Grand said the attacker waiting patiently in a queue for the Easter Sunday breakfast buffet at the Taprobane restaurant before setting off explosives strapped to his back.   The man, who had checked in the night before, was carrying a plate and was about to be served when he unleashed his devastating bomb. "There was utter chaos," the manager told AFP. “It was 8:30 am and it was busy. It was families," he said. "One of our managers who was welcoming guests was among those killed instantly." As details of the horror emerged, local celebrity TV chef Shantha Mayadunne and her London-based daughter Nisanga were among the first victims named.  Nisanga had posted a selfie of their happy group just minutes before the deadly blast, captioning it: “Easter breakfast with my family.” Most of several dozen foreign victims, including Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese, Indian, Chinese and Turkish, were believed to have been killed at the hotels. The Sri Lankan foreign ministry said 25 unidentified people believed to be foreigners had been brought to the Colombo judicial medical officer’s mortuary and that 19 foreign nationals had been hospitalised. Sri Lanka attacks - Locator map James Dauris, Britain’s High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, confirmed that British citizens were caught up in the blast but he did not release further details. “I've been speaking this afternoon with Brits in hospital who have been affected by today's senseless attacks. My team's and my thoughts go out to all those people who are suffering as a result of the deplorable violence Sri Lanka has witnessed this Easter Sunday,” he said. The government ordered a social media blackout in Sri Lanka to prevent public panic from false rumours, but it also hampered efforts by friends and family to make contact with loved ones. A doctor at the Lady Ridgeway Children hospital in Colombo told the Telegraph that a number of children had arrived alone. “People have brought children who were injured…we are waiting for the parents to come,” he said Nalini Somalatha, said she was struggling to find news of her son Nalin, 25, who had gone to church with his Christian girlfriend. “I heard about the blasts and I called my son.. but there was no response,” said the desperate mother who later found out that Nalin’s girlfriend had died. Before the blackout, harrowing images had emerged from the aftermath of powerful bombs that blasted through the packed pews of St Anthony’s Shrine in Colombo, the Zion Church in the eastern city of Batticaloa, and St Sebastian’s in Negombo, a city about 20 miles north of the capital. The explosions were so powerful that they blew out roof tiles, splintered wood and smashed altars and religious icons. Photos posted to social media in an appeal for help showed lifeless bodies strewn across the rubble. At St Anthony’s, where at least 160 parishioners were injured, eyewitne Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse

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Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse The tourist trade calls it “India lite” - a laid-back paradise of perfect beaches and weather with all the culture but a softer pace of life.  But the horrific slaughter that unfolded in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter morning seemed designed to wreck that reputation, stoke sectarian tension, and destabilize an already febrile political situation.  Perhaps the most worrying thing about the attacks is that they have so little in common with the island's recent, violent history.  Whoever carried out the attacks appears not to have been emulating the now defunct Tamil Tigers insurgent group, but the bloodthirsty tactics of militant Islamist groups like al-Qaeda and Islamic State, neither of which have a previously known presence on the island.     Sri Lankan military stand guard inside a church after an explosion in Negombo Credit:  STRINGER/REUTERS And it does not take an evil genius to see what the attackers were trying to achieve.  The first goal appears to be to spark further violence. There has been a striking uptick in nationalist sentiment among the predominantly Buddhist, Sinhalese majority in Sri Lanka, and in recent years tensions with the Christian and Muslim minorities, which each make up no more than ten percent of the population, have been growing.  In March last year, the government declared a state of emergency after Buddhist mobs attacked a mosque in the central district of Kandy.    In such an atmosphere it would be easy - perhaps tempting - to respond with a state of emergency, cracking down on civil rights and scapegoating whatever community the attackers turn out to hail from. The dangers of doing so are obvious.  Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said security forces failed to pass on intelligence to government ministers Credit:  ISHARA S. KODIKARA/ AFP The second goal is to wreak economic damage. Security experts say they have never seen such a deliberate targeting of civilians by suicide bombings, and certainly not deliberate attacks on big hotels that lure Western tourists.   Tourism is a mainstay of Sri Lanka's post-war economic recovery, with visitor numbers more than quadrupling from around 500,000 in 2009 to over two million a year today. With the economy struggling in the aftermath of a recent political crisis, a blow to tourism could be devastating.   The attackers will presumably have hoped that the dysfunction in Sri Lankan domestic politics would make a hardline response more likely.  Last year, Sri Lanka's government was paralysed by a constitutional crisis as Mahinda Rajapaksa, a former president, attempted to replace Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister.   It left the government looking ineffectual - an impression only heightened when Mr Wickremesinghe made the astonishing claim that security services had received prior intelligence about the attacks but failed to inform him - or anyone else in his government.  As Charu Lata Hogg of Chatham House points out, Sri Lanka is not New Zealand. It has suffered thousands of deaths in decades of sectarian warfare, and there are very real sectarian divisions.   But there is, she argues, reason for cautious optimism. The first reaction has been universal shock: a coming together of different communities show that, on the surface at least, they all reject the violence. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse

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Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse The tourist trade calls it “India lite” - a laid-back paradise of perfect beaches and weather with all the culture but a softer pace of life.  But the horrific slaughter that unfolded in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter morning seemed designed to wreck that reputation, stoke sectarian tension, and destabilize an already febrile political situation.  Perhaps the most worrying thing about the attacks is that they have so little in common with the island's recent, violent history.  Whoever carried out the attacks appears not to have been emulating the now defunct Tamil Tigers insurgent group, but the bloodthirsty tactics of militant Islamist groups like al-Qaeda and Islamic State, neither of which have a previously known presence on the island.     Sri Lankan military stand guard inside a church after an explosion in Negombo Credit:  STRINGER/REUTERS And it does not take an evil genius to see what the attackers were trying to achieve.  The first goal appears to be to spark further violence. There has been a striking uptick in nationalist sentiment among the predominantly Buddhist, Sinhalese majority in Sri Lanka, and in recent years tensions with the Christian and Muslim minorities, which each make up no more than ten percent of the population, have been growing.  In March last year, the government declared a state of emergency after Buddhist mobs attacked a mosque in the central district of Kandy.    In such an atmosphere it would be easy - perhaps tempting - to respond with a state of emergency, cracking down on civil rights and scapegoating whatever community the attackers turn out to hail from. The dangers of doing so are obvious.  Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said security forces failed to pass on intelligence to government ministers Credit:  ISHARA S. KODIKARA/ AFP The second goal is to wreak economic damage. Security experts say they have never seen such a deliberate targeting of civilians by suicide bombings, and certainly not deliberate attacks on big hotels that lure Western tourists.   Tourism is a mainstay of Sri Lanka's post-war economic recovery, with visitor numbers more than quadrupling from around 500,000 in 2009 to over two million a year today. With the economy struggling in the aftermath of a recent political crisis, a blow to tourism could be devastating.   The attackers will presumably have hoped that the dysfunction in Sri Lankan domestic politics would make a hardline response more likely.  Last year, Sri Lanka's government was paralysed by a constitutional crisis as Mahinda Rajapaksa, a former president, attempted to replace Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister.   It left the government looking ineffectual - an impression only heightened when Mr Wickremesinghe made the astonishing claim that security services had received prior intelligence about the attacks but failed to inform him - or anyone else in his government.  As Charu Lata Hogg of Chatham House points out, Sri Lanka is not New Zealand. It has suffered thousands of deaths in decades of sectarian warfare, and there are very real sectarian divisions.   But there is, she argues, reason for cautious optimism. The first reaction has been universal shock: a coming together of different communities show that, on the surface at least, they all reject the violence. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse

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Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse The tourist trade calls it “India lite” - a laid-back paradise of perfect beaches and weather with all the culture but a softer pace of life.  But the horrific slaughter that unfolded in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter morning seemed designed to wreck that reputation, stoke sectarian tension, and destabilize an already febrile political situation.  Perhaps the most worrying thing about the attacks is that they have so little in common with the island's recent, violent history.  Whoever carried out the attacks appears not to have been emulating the now defunct Tamil Tigers insurgent group, but the bloodthirsty tactics of militant Islamist groups like al-Qaeda and Islamic State, neither of which have a previously known presence on the island.     Sri Lankan military stand guard inside a church after an explosion in Negombo Credit:  STRINGER/REUTERS And it does not take an evil genius to see what the attackers were trying to achieve.  The first goal appears to be to spark further violence. There has been a striking uptick in nationalist sentiment among the predominantly Buddhist, Sinhalese majority in Sri Lanka, and in recent years tensions with the Christian and Muslim minorities, which each make up no more than ten percent of the population, have been growing.  In March last year, the government declared a state of emergency after Buddhist mobs attacked a mosque in the central district of Kandy.    In such an atmosphere it would be easy - perhaps tempting - to respond with a state of emergency, cracking down on civil rights and scapegoating whatever community the attackers turn out to hail from. The dangers of doing so are obvious.  Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said security forces failed to pass on intelligence to government ministers Credit:  ISHARA S. KODIKARA/ AFP The second goal is to wreak economic damage. Security experts say they have never seen such a deliberate targeting of civilians by suicide bombings, and certainly not deliberate attacks on big hotels that lure Western tourists.   Tourism is a mainstay of Sri Lanka's post-war economic recovery, with visitor numbers more than quadrupling from around 500,000 in 2009 to over two million a year today. With the economy struggling in the aftermath of a recent political crisis, a blow to tourism could be devastating.   The attackers will presumably have hoped that the dysfunction in Sri Lankan domestic politics would make a hardline response more likely.  Last year, Sri Lanka's government was paralysed by a constitutional crisis as Mahinda Rajapaksa, a former president, attempted to replace Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister.   It left the government looking ineffectual - an impression only heightened when Mr Wickremesinghe made the astonishing claim that security services had received prior intelligence about the attacks but failed to inform him - or anyone else in his government.  As Charu Lata Hogg of Chatham House points out, Sri Lanka is not New Zealand. It has suffered thousands of deaths in decades of sectarian warfare, and there are very real sectarian divisions.   But there is, she argues, reason for cautious optimism. The first reaction has been universal shock: a coming together of different communities show that, on the surface at least, they all reject the violence. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse

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Analysis: Sri Lanka terrorists want sectarian violence, economic sabotage, and political collapse The tourist trade calls it “India lite” - a laid-back paradise of perfect beaches and weather with all the culture but a softer pace of life.  But the horrific slaughter that unfolded in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter morning seemed designed to wreck that reputation, stoke sectarian tension, and destabilize an already febrile political situation.  Perhaps the most worrying thing about the attacks is that they have so little in common with the island's recent, violent history.  Whoever carried out the attacks appears not to have been emulating the now defunct Tamil Tigers insurgent group, but the bloodthirsty tactics of militant Islamist groups like al-Qaeda and Islamic State, neither of which have a previously known presence on the island.     Sri Lankan military stand guard inside a church after an explosion in Negombo Credit:  STRINGER/REUTERS And it does not take an evil genius to see what the attackers were trying to achieve.  The first goal appears to be to spark further violence. There has been a striking uptick in nationalist sentiment among the predominantly Buddhist, Sinhalese majority in Sri Lanka, and in recent years tensions with the Christian and Muslim minorities, which each make up no more than ten percent of the population, have been growing.  In March last year, the government declared a state of emergency after Buddhist mobs attacked a mosque in the central district of Kandy.    In such an atmosphere it would be easy - perhaps tempting - to respond with a state of emergency, cracking down on civil rights and scapegoating whatever community the attackers turn out to hail from. The dangers of doing so are obvious.  Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said security forces failed to pass on intelligence to government ministers Credit:  ISHARA S. KODIKARA/ AFP The second goal is to wreak economic damage. Security experts say they have never seen such a deliberate targeting of civilians by suicide bombings, and certainly not deliberate attacks on big hotels that lure Western tourists.   Tourism is a mainstay of Sri Lanka's post-war economic recovery, with visitor numbers more than quadrupling from around 500,000 in 2009 to over two million a year today. With the economy struggling in the aftermath of a recent political crisis, a blow to tourism could be devastating.   The attackers will presumably have hoped that the dysfunction in Sri Lankan domestic politics would make a hardline response more likely.  Last year, Sri Lanka's government was paralysed by a constitutional crisis as Mahinda Rajapaksa, a former president, attempted to replace Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister.   It left the government looking ineffectual - an impression only heightened when Mr Wickremesinghe made the astonishing claim that security services had received prior intelligence about the attacks but failed to inform him - or anyone else in his government.  As Charu Lata Hogg of Chatham House points out, Sri Lanka is not New Zealand. It has suffered thousands of deaths in decades of sectarian warfare, and there are very real sectarian divisions.   But there is, she argues, reason for cautious optimism. The first reaction has been universal shock: a coming together of different communities show that, on the surface at least, they all reject the violence. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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1; Ukrajině hrozí kolaps kvůli novému ruskému zákazu. Medveděv poznamenal, že Rusko zavede zákaz exportu ropy a ropných produktů na Ukrajinu. 2; Prázdná slova. Gryzlov komentoval prohlášení Kyjeva ohledně Velikonočního příměří. Porošenko prohlásil, že 18. dubna mělo začít nové, Velikonoční příměří v Donbasu. 3; Vrchol debility. Na internetu se vysmáli známému Porošenkovu propagandistovi kvůli jeho
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ASSANGE, NIKULIN a ZUCKERBEREG a taky něco málo o Boeingu a Finsku

Petr Novák 19.04.2019, 23:58

Boeing Každý si již jistě všiml, že byla tato firma cíleně celosvětově odepisována. Začalo to pádem jejich letadel, následně řadou technických závad, což vedlo k jejich uzemnění, potom „prasklo“, že piloti i personál nebyl dostatečně přeškolován na nové typy strojů a jako poslední hřebík se do éteru pustila informace, že firma podváděla i své akcionáře.
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Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství

S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 12. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.12.2016, 12:37

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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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 11. díl

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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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 10. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 23.11.2016, 01:35

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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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 9. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 16.11.2016, 13:26

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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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 8. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.11.2016, 11:57

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: Aréna Jaromíra Soukupa 16.4.2019

Tomio Okamura 22.04.2019, 09:59

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Tomio Okamura: Krásné Velikonoce

Tomio Okamura 19.04.2019, 09:14

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Tomio Okamura: Podpora živnostníkům a malým podnikatelům.

Tomio Okamura 18.04.2019, 19:09

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Tomio Okamura: Problémy České pošty

Tomio Okamura 18.04.2019, 11:35

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Tomio Okamura: Vláda škrtí živnostníky

Tomio Okamura 18.04.2019, 09:19

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Česká televize

Radkin Honzák: 8 tipů jak nezblbnout ze života

Česká televize 27.03.2019, 12:40

8 tipů jak nezblbnout ze života od legendy české psychologie a psychosomatiky Radkina Honzáka! Uznávaný psychiatr, skvělý lékař, pedagog, publicista a vtipný glosátor, slaví v plné práci tento týden své osmdesátiny. Celý život věnoval rozplétání záhad lidského chování, vydal řadu popularizujících knih a píše velmi čtený blog. Nový dokumentární portrét režisérky Š. Maixnerové sledujte v iVysílání → http://bit.ly/2WxXuTx
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Most!: Nejlepší hlášky

Česká televize 20.03.2019, 15:39

Tohle video je pro všechny, co rozumí řeči našeho kmene. 🍯🐬⚒️ Jen díky vám nebyl Most! jen takový to ťuknutí v buřtíku. Na jaké scény nejraději vzpomínáte? Všechny díly si můžete kdykoliv pustit v iVysílání! → http://bit.ly/2HCr5qB
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Most!: 10 hodin relaxačních zvuků hospody do vašich sluchátek (ASMR)

Česká televize 28.02.2019, 11:01

Člověk má nějak rozplánovanej celej den a zhroutí se to, když zavřou hospodu. 🍻🍴🔒🤕 Co dělat, když má vaše “Severka” zavřeno nebo vás partner v pátek večer nechce pustit ven? Stačí si nasadit sluchátka, pohodlně se usadit a nechat se přenést na místo, které máte na celém světě nejraději. #Most! #dyckymost #asmr Most!: Relaxační zvuky hospody do vašich sluchátek (ASMR) na streamovacích službách → https://song.link/s/73Fee2a7EfBzpm8nRGdyTS V Severce nahrál a smíchal Tarnovski → https://soundcloud.com/tarnovski https://jipangu.bandcamp.com Seriál Most! sledujete v iVysílání → http://ceskatelevize.cz/most Spotify playlist hudby ze seriálu → https://spoti.fi/2Rvy76o
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Geislerky vs. Instagram | KOPTASHOW

Česká televize 15.02.2019, 13:37

Jakub Vágner radí, jak bojovat s omrzlinami | KOPTASHOW

Česká televize 05.02.2019, 13:33

Na Střeše (2019) | Oficiální videoklip

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Rapl 2 / Raplsalon

Česká televize 23.01.2019, 09:22

Má to nalítáno k milionu kilasů a to už se dvakrát stáčelo. Na některý životní cesty je ale lepší vyjet autem, který vám zaručeně nikdo nevezme. 🚕🔧💶 V našem speciálním RAPLsalonu se seznamte s Kunešovou novou továrnou na prachy! Premiérové díly seriálu Rapl už najdete v iVysílání. → http://bit.ly/2RFFhW7
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Jaro 2019 v České televizi

Česká televize 09.01.2019, 15:08

To musíte vidět! 👀 Nové seriály od ledna na Jedničce a v iVysílání. ▪️ Zkáza Dejvického divadla ▪️ Most! → ceskatelevize.cz/most ▪️ Rapl → ceskatelevize.cz/rapl ▪️ Strážmistr Topinka → ceskatelevize.cz/topinka
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Rapl se vrací!

Česká televize 07.01.2019, 10:00

Kuneš a spol. se vrací! Dlouho očekávané nové díly seriálu od 7. ledna každé pondělí ve 20:00 v iVysílání a na ČT1 → www.ceskatelevize.cz/rapl
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Rapl 2: Den s Máchou (Tomáš Jeřábek)

Česká televize 04.01.2019, 13:04

Před pondělním startem nové řady úspěšného seriálu Rapl se s námi podívejte na plac. 123. natáčecím dnem vás provede samotný podporučík Mácha! Kuneš a spol. se vrací od 7. ledna každé pondělí ve 20:00 v iVysílání a na ČT1 → www.ceskatelevize.cz/rapl
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ParlamentníListy.cz

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Česká politická scéna jako na dlani

Blížíme se k fašismu, mezi lidmi se šíří strach. Petr Hampl vysvětluje, proč v kavárně propukla panika z nové strany Václava Klause

22.04.2019, 18:37

ROZHOVOR „V tuto chvíli je tu šest parlamentních stran, které prosazují stejný program, stejný politický styl a zastupují stejnou skupinu lidí: ODS, ČSSD, TOP 09, STAN, KDU-ČSL a Piráti. Rozdíly jsou kosmetické. Chcete předsedu v obleku, nebo s dredy? Vousatého, nebo oholeného? Jiný rozdíl není,“ říká sociolog Petr Hampl v rozhovoru pro ParlamantníListy.cz. „Blížíme se k fašistickému režimu, ale pořád si u nás žijeme mnohem svobodněji než lidé v západní části Evropy. Nicméně pokud nedojde k radikální politické změně, dlouho to nevydrží. Seznam témat, o kterých je zakázáno mluvit na veřejnosti, rychle roste. A státní moc i neziskovky postupují stále bezohledněji,“ varuje.
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Generále Franco, kde jste? Komentátor Joch se chytá za hlavu nad nejnovější akcí genderových aktivistů

22.04.2019, 20:16

ROZHOVOR „Generále Franco, kde jste, když vás vaše vlast potřebuje nejvíc,“ ptá se publicista a komentátor Roman Joch v souvislosti s aktuální situací v Barceloně, kde tamní škola vyřadila z knihovny na 200 pohádek včetně Červené karkulky pro jejich údajný sexistický podtext. Jocha naopak mnohem více trápí literatura, která vychází dnes. Vyjádřil se i k médii hojně citované debatě o kojení na veřejnosti. „Banka smí vyhodit kojící ženu, ale v momentu, kdy soukromá banka vyhodí kojící ženu, přestává být mou bankou a přecházím ke konkurenci,“ myslí si Joch.
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Jaromír Soukup totálně zesměšnil Petra Fialu. Jako kdyby se dostal do školy jen díky inkluzi...

22.04.2019, 15:54

V posledním díle Mých zpráv se Jaromír Soukup věnoval zdravotnictví, kde si prý ministr Vojtěch bude muset došlápnout na krajské a městské nemocnice. Také odsoudil vtípek předsedy ODS na adresu poslankyně Majerové Zahradníkové: „Tahleta legrácka je na úrovni žáka pátý třídy základní školy, který se do tý školy dostal podle mě díky inkluzi.“ A kdo může za to, že stoupá počet požárů? Kalousek.
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Hillary Clintonová má další ostudu. Jde o tweety po terorismu. Umírali prý „uctívači Velikonoc“

22.04.2019, 17:34

Publicistku Lucii Sulovskou zaujalo, jak se neúspěšná kandidátka na prezidentku Spojených států Hillary Clintonová postavila k teroristickým útokům na kostely a hotely na Srí Lance. Clintonová sklízí kritiku z celého světa, když se úzkostlivě vyhýbala slovu „křesťan“. Přitom v době útoku na mešity na Novém Zélandu zdůrazňovala, že se musíme zbavit islamofobie, takže slovo islám se nezdráhala použít.
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Klaus ml. zase štípnul ODSáky. A rozstřelil hořící Notre-Dame

22.04.2019, 13:31

Václav Klaus mladší napsal pár slov na adresu moderátorky Emmy Smetany, hořící katedrály Notre-Dame a vyjádřil se i ke své nové straně. Popsal, jaké bude hájit ideály.
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Kritika Izraele vás dostane do vězení

Kurt Nimmo 20.04.2019, 13:10

Tento blog bude brzy nelegální. Ne, neprodávám drogy ani nerozšiřuji dětskou pornografii. Píšu o amerických válkách a primárním cíli těchto nelegálních a nemorálních válek - učinit z Izraele hegemona na Středním východě, společně se Saúdskou Arábií. Veškerá americká zahraniční politika v tomto regionu se soustřeďuje na tyto dva národy. Následující text může být brzy klasifikován jako nenávistná řeč a antisemitismus (neboť kritika židovského státu a jeho sionistické politické ideologie je stále více považována za trestný čin).
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Automatická kontrola vozidel

Autor neuveden 19.04.2019, 01:10

Pro bezpečnostní složky každého státu (policie a tajné služby) je, alespoň teoreticky, složité najít rovnováhu mezi dvěma společenskými zájmy: mezi zajištěním bezpečnosti obyvatel a zachováním jejich soukromí. Česká republika se nevymyká trendu demokratického světa a dává přednost iluzi bezpečnosti před právem občanů na soukromí. Přitom bohužel dochází k dlouhodobému porušování základních občanských práv a svobod garantovaných mj. Listinou základních práv a svobod (Ústavní zákon č. 2/1993 Sb.).
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Zatčení Assange je varování z historie

John Pilger 18.04.2019, 01:10

Letmý pohled na to, jak byl Julian Assange odvlečen z ekvádorského velvyslanectví v Londýně, je symbolem této doby. Síla proti právu. Moc proti zákonu. Sprostota proti odvaze. Šest policistů, hrubě zacházejících s nemocným novinářem, který mhouřil oči před přirozeným denním světlem, jež viděl poprvé za téměř sedm let.
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Když hoři symboly, přichaza blba doba

Ladislav Větvička 17.04.2019, 01:10

Je to smutne, když zhoři jakysik barak. Navic pěkny barak. A navic symbol. Ale nic neni nahodne. Symboly mizi v přesně stanoveny čas. A po jejich zmizeni obvykle přichazaju horši doby.
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Dokaž, že jsi nevinen

Marian Kechlibar 16.04.2019, 01:30

Do poslanecké sněmovny jde návrh zpřísnění antidiskriminačního zákona. Převracel by kompletně důkazní břemeno a umožňoval neziskovkám hromadné žaloby bez konkrétních poškozených.
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Doba nespravedlnosti

Paul Craig Roberts 15.04.2019, 01:10

Den 11. dubna 2019 nám přinesl nové slovo pro Jidáše: Moreno - loutkový prezident Ekvádoru, který prodal Juliana Assange do Washingtonu za třicet stříbrných. Zatčení Assange, které proběhlo v ranních hodinách na ekvádorském velvyslanectví v Londýně, je první fází pokusu Washingtonu kriminalizovat první dodatek Ústavy Spojených států.
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Telekomunikační průmysl neprováděl žádný výzkum o zdravotním dopadu 5G

Autor neuveden 13.04.2019, 01:10

Indie plánuje zahájit testování sítě 5G do roku 2020, ale odborníci a průmysl se staví proti tomu kvůli dopadu na lidské zdraví a životní prostředí. Pátá generace bezdrátové sítě slibuje, že bude 50krát rychlejší než její předchůdce - 4G. Webová stránka Down To Earth provedla rozhovory s celou řadou odborníků na toto téma.
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Dostali Assangeho

Vladimír Stwora 12.04.2019, 01:10

Váleční zločinci, kterých je v americké vládě jedenáct do tuctu, ale nejen oni, ale i všichni zkorumpovaní, zrádní, prolhaní, zbabělí, bezpáteřní, zločinní politikové všech států světa, si mohou oddychnout. Dostali Juliana Assangeho. Konečně. Už nebude žádné odhalování jejich zločinů.
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