milyen kémkedés?? :)
Mégis ki ellen kémkednének a kínaiak?
milyen kémkedés?? :)
Mégis ki ellen kémkednének a kínaiak?
orbánnak sikerült a német google news-ban a vezető pozíciót megszerezni.
Reaktionen auf Nazi-Vergleich: Vereint gegen Orbán
én a helyetekben előkészíteném a vazelint.
mekkora egy geostacionárius fasz
én is aggódnék hogy honnan lesz a kontent az újságba :/
Újabb csapás ez a szabad és korlátozásmentes internetre (értsd: a kapitalisták megint elvesznek a 99%-tól valamit, azaz nem lehet mindent ellopni)
Azt szeretném megkérdezni a közszolgálatiság etalonjától, hogy mégis hogy lehetséges, hogy míg én, szarosseggű tumblerhuszár számtalanszor beszámoltam ezekről az esetekről, ők maguk egy amerikai kormányjelentésből értesülnek minderől? Ugyanez Venezuelával kapcsolatban.
Nem bonyolult, eddig csak az antiszemitizmus növekedett, de itt le van írva, hogy a muszlimokat is egyre jobban utálják, na ez már hír….
As the U.S. Naval Academy gears up for Commissioning Week and the Graduation Ball, what better time to post some vintage dating dos and don’ts from Midshipmen Wrong and Right?
Courtesy of our colleagues in the National Archives’ Motion Picture Preservation Lab we present How to Succeed with Brunettes (1967), a film produced by the Navy that demonstrates proper dating etiquette for officers. Part of a recent accession of military instructional films from the Defense Visual Information Center (DVIC), the somewhat dated film features wonderful music, evocative of its era, and a fair bit of comedy, both intentional and unintentional.
Be sure to check back - we’ll be posting more vintage Dating Dos and Don’ts over the next few days!
megtalált a neten, ‘86-ban találkoztunk utoljára, nemsokkal az esküvőjük után befizettek egy nyugatnémet túristaútra és nem jöttek haza, az esküvőn nem volt semmi különös, a városi técseri rendezte (társadalmi-és-családi-eseményeket-rendező-iroda), akkoriban lett kész az új házasságkötő terem, és ott álltak középen, Laci felkötött karral, mert kézimeccsen megtörte a karját, mink haverok meg vagy tízen meghatódva vigyorogtunk szintén felkötött karral, szolidaritásból
vagy huszonhét éve nem hallottam róla, nevelőotthoni gyerek volt, szintén intézeti kislányt vett el pár perccel utána, hogy Ildi betöltötte a tizennyolcat, szóval kimentek Németországba Ibusszal, táborban voltak fél évet, aztán Laci beállt egy építőipari céghez segédmunkásnak, Ildikó meg egy óvodai konyhában lett mindenes
most Lacinak betonkeverő üzeme van, negyven mixerautóval, Ildi meg jogi diplomát szerzett, és államigazgatásban dolgozik, gyerekük nincs, jól néznek ki a fotókon, pénteken megyek hozzájuk, nem messze laknak a cég központjához, addig begipszeltetem a kezem megint valahogy
Ekkert ki kell adni, régen mondom
After the Reformation in Transylvania it became quite fashionable for Protestant clergy to study the Hebrew language. This handwritten manuscript dated 1863 held in the Sibiu archives consists of notes on Hebrew grammar and pronunciation, according to a lecture given by Georg Gustav Roskoff, an Austrian theologian born in Bratislava (Pressburg). The note-taker was most likely a Transylvanian Saxon scholar or clergyman who had studied “abroad” in the west.
On May 20, 1873, Jacob W. Davis of Levi Strauss & Co. received patent #139,121 for an “improvement in fastening pocket openings.” Davis’s improvement consisted of “the employment of a metal rivet or eyelet at each edge of the pocket opening to prevent the ripping of the seam at those points.”
In a deposition given during a patent infringement lawsuit in 1874, Davis recounts the story of how he came to first use rivets on work pants. He explains how, in January 1871, a woman asked him to make a pair of pants for her husband and to make them strong. Before working on the pants, he had been using rivets to attach straps to horse blankets, and when he noticed the rivets lying on the table, he thought to use them to attach the pockets.
Patent Drawing for J. W. Davis’ Fastening Pocket Openings, 05/20/1873
És hogy kerültek a közgyűlésbe azok a köztörvényesek? Amíg elnök volt nem tünt fel neki, hogy ott vannak? És, ha köztörvényesek, miért nem jelentette fel őket az ügyvéd úr? És mit követtek el?
Mármost van az a régi vicc, hogy hogyan hívja az okos zsidó a butát:
Interurbán, New York-ból.
Syrian troops push into rebel territory
ANNE BARNARD AND HALA DROUBI
BEIRUT AND RIYADH — THE NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
Last updated Sunday, May. 19 2013, 11:54 PM EDT
Syrian government forces backed by Lebanese fighters from the militant group Hezbollah pushed Sunday into parts of a strategic city long held by rebels, according to both an anti-government activist and pro-government news channels. If the advance holds, it would be a serious setback for opponents of President Bashar al-Assad and further inflame regional tensions.
The Syrian military hammered the city, Qusair, on the Lebanon border, with airstrikes and artillery, killing at least 52 people and wounding hundreds as civilians cowered, unable to flee the city, activists said. By day’s end about 60 per cent of the city, including the municipal office building, was in army control for the first time in months, activists said.
Syrian state news media said that the army had “restored security and stability” to most of Qusair, killing many fighters and capturing others. State television said the army had “tightened the noose on the terrorists,” the government’s term for its armed opponents, by attacking from several directions.
The battle for the city, in heavily contested Homs province, has deepened the involvement of Hezbollah in the Syrian conflict, raising sectarian tensions and fears of a regional conflagration. The fight is viewed by both loyalists and government opponents as a turning point that could, in the words of one activist in Qusair, “decide the fate of the regime and the revolution.”
“It is one of the hardest days all over Syria,” said Tarek, the activist, who would give only his first name because of security concerns. “If Qusair is finished, it will be the end of the revolution in Homs.”
Mr. al-Assad, according to people who have spoken with him, believes that reasserting control in Homs province is crucial to maintaining control of the string of population centres in western Syria and eventually to military campaigns to retake rebel-held territory in the north and east. Many analysts say it is unlikely that the government will be able to regain control of those areas, but that it could consolidate its hold on the west, leading to a de facto division of the country.
The battle has brought Hezbollah’s role in Syria to the forefront as the war becomes a regional conflict, pitting Shiite-led Iran, the main backer of Mr. al-Assad and Hezbollah, against the Sunni Muslim states and their Western allies that support the uprising.
Tensions have risen in Lebanon as Syrian rebels have shelled Hezbollah-controlled areas. On Sunday, they hit the Lebanese town of Hermel with Grad missiles, activists said.
Ali, a Shiite from southern Lebanon, said Sunday that one of his relatives was fighting with Hezbollah in Qusair and reported in a text message: “Things are fine. They are perfect.”
He said he supported Hezbollah’s intervention in Syria because it would deter the rise of Sunni extremist groups like Al Nusra Front among the rebels.
“If we don’t defend our villages,” he said, referring to Shiite villages in Syria, “Al Nusra will be outside our homes the next day.”
Lebanese news media and residents of the Bekaa Valley bordering Syria have reported a recent increase in the funerals of Hezbollah fighters who have been fighting near Qusair. One resident described Lebanese Shiites in the area as being concerned about relatives recently deployed to Syria by Hezbollah.
“They are soldiers – they have to go,” the resident said.
Though many Lebanese Shiites support Mr. al-Assad against an uprising in which Sunni extremists are playing an increasing role, there is quiet consternation that the Syrian conflict is growing more bloody and that Hezbollah guerrillas are being sent to battle fellow Arab Muslims in a country where they have many ties, rather than fighting their primary foe, Israel.
Perhaps seeking to address such concerns, Hezbollah, which depends on Mr. al-Assad for its shipments of weapons from Iran, recently acknowledged its military role in Syria more openly. The group’s leader, Hassan Nasrallah, has said the group would not allow Qusair, or the Syrian government, to fall to a rebellion that it views as being used by Israel and the West to their advantage.
For weeks, Hezbollah – which is both Lebanon’s most powerful political party and a militant group listed by the United States government as a terrorist organization – has fought alongside the Syrian military and pro-government militias in villages near Qusair.
The small city, about 100 miles northwest of the Syrian capital, Damascus, is crucial to supply routes for both sides. Qusair is a conduit for rebel supplies and fighters from Lebanon, and it links Damascus to the Mediterranean coast, which is the heartland for Mr. al-Assad’s minority Alawite sect.
The Syrian government appears to be trying to regain as much territory as possible to strengthen its negotiating position while Russia and the United States try to organize peace talks for next month.
The rebels have issued pleas for help, saying they are running out of ammunition. A Syrian opposition figure with ties to the Saudi government, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said on Sunday that support and ammunition from Persian Gulf countries is reaching insurgents in Qusair, but added that the government’s increasing control of supply routes made delivery difficult.
“They are getting help,” the opposition figure said, “but the other side is much stronger and better equipped and trained.”
But one Qusair resident, a doctor who works in field hospitals and whose brother is a rebel fighter, said Qusair’s rebels were more motivated. He said a ground assault on the city, where about 7,000 local fighters have spent months preparing defenses and ambushes, would cost many lives.
“They’re defending their fields, their land,” said the doctor, Zahereddine, currently in the Bekaa Valley. “But those aggressors, what goal do they have? It’s not their town; they don’t dare to go inside and die – for what?”
Qusair residents reached through Skype on Sunday said that government forces showered the city with hundreds of artillery shells, flattening dozens of houses in an operation that they said could lead to the city’s “complete destruction.”
“This is an aggressive campaign, one of the harshest and strongest on Qusair,” said Rami Abdul Rahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition group based in Britain that tracks the violence through a network of observers in Syria.
Tarek, the activist in Qusair, said that more than 25,000 civilians remained in the city as Hezbollah fighters and government forces tried to storm it from the south and east.
Syrian state television said that the government had provided a safe corridor for civilians to flee the city. But Abdul Rahman said that the route leads residents to government-controlled areas, and they fear prosecution and torture there, especially in the wake of the killings of scores of Sunni Muslims in government-held Tartous province this month.
“They would massacre them there,” he said.
U.N. officials have also expressed fears that civilians could be targets of attacks if the government storms the city.
Activists said that government forces had prevented people from leaving. “Civilians are besieged,” Tarek said. “No way to get them out.”
Videos from Qusair uploaded on the Web by opposition groups showed helicopters bombing a heavily damaged neighborhood while clouds of smoke drifted into the sky, amid the near-constant sounds of gunfire and shelling. Other activists uploaded images of dead bodies with their bloody faces wrapped in white cloth.
Két világ meséje: “Palesztina földjének elvesztése”
1. 1946-ban a föld nem palesztin, hanem brit felügyelet alatt állt.
2. A palesztinai arabok elvetették az ENSZ megosztási tervét, helyette háborút indítottak
3. Ezek a zölddel jelölt területek nem “Palesztina”, hanem Jordánia és Egyiptom megszállása alatt álltak
4. Ezek a zölddel jelölt területek a történelemben először kerültek palesztin fennhatóság alá, melyet Izrael tett lehetővé.
És járhatsz ide szívni!
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND REUTERS
Paris seeks to purchase drones from J’lem “straight away.”
Photo by: REUTERS
Israel is the largest exporter of drones in the world, a leading industry consultancy firm announced Sunday.
In the past eight years, sales of Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles have totaled 4.62 billion dollars, according to figures.
The company said it included in its calculations products, services and licenses sold to other countries that enable them to produce their own drones. Those type of transactions made up almost 10 percent of Israel’s defense exports, it added.
The main reason for the growth in Israeli exports is the decrease of global importers on the US Department of Defense, the company estimated.
Between 2005 and 2012, Israel’s defense exports reached about 6.1 billion dollars a years, of which drones made up some 578 million dollars annually.
Meanwhile, France is in talks with the United States and Israel to buy intelligence-gathering drones to build up a modern fleet, Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday.
France’s existing hardware is outdated and its military intervention in Mali this year has exposed its shortage of surveillance drones suitable for modern warfare. The United States provided French commanders with intelligence from its drones based in Niger.
“We need this capacity in the short term. There are currently two countries in the world that build drones, the United States and Israel,” Le Drian said on TV channel iTele.
“We are in discussions with each to buy some straight away,” he said.