Sunday, 19 April 2015
Posted by Roberto Abraham Scaruffi at 06:20
Ti piacerebbe studiare all’estero, in ottime università, in Inglese e gratuitamente? Continua a leggere.
Stai cercando lavoro all’estero ma non vuoi che il tuo capo lo sappia? Segui questi consigli per evitare situazioni imbarazzanti e problematiche al lavoro!
Ilaria Muller vive a West Bromwich, Inghilterra, dove fa la ragazza alla pari.
Stai pensando di andare a vivere in Francia? Stai imparando il Francese? Familiarizzati con i vari accenti e dialetti d’Oltralpe grazie a questo audio che propone un primo approccio per cercare di decifrarli a seconda delle varie regioni francesi.
Come divento ufficialmente residente in Danimarca? Il sito Det Centrale PersonRegister fornisce l’informazione necessaria a intraprendere questo fondamentale passaggio del trasferimento in Danimarca.
Timorosi di essere licenziati? Continuate a leggere per capire se siete effettivamente a rischio licenziamento.
Il 10 Aprile il governo del Canada ha diramato la più recente tornata di inviti a fare domande per una residenza permanente attraverso il sistema Express Entry.
Susan Adams ha pubblicato un articolo su Forbes dove rivela le lauree e le competenze più richieste dalle aziende nel 2015.
Posted by Roberto Abraham Scaruffi at 06:04
- Hemp, Kale and Avocado Smoothie Recipe
- 4 Chi Masters Reveal Their Secrets
- Reversing Disney’s Black Magic Sex Spells
- 21 Traits of an Awakening Soul
Posted: 17 Apr 2015 10:00 PM PDT
by Dr. Ben Kim, Prevent Disease
This smoothie is an excellent choice for times when you're looking to cleanse and feel light but still need enough substance to propel you through a busy day.
Hemp seeds are an excellent source of plant protein, providing all essential amino acids that your body can't manufacture on its own.
Hemp is also a rich source of essential fatty acids - both omega-3 and omega-6 - that support optimal functioning of your cardiovascular and nervous systems.
Contrary to popular myth based on the common origin of hemp and marijuana, it's virtually impossible to test positive for marijuana use from eating a small amount of hemp seeds on a regular basis.
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Posted: 17 Apr 2015 09:00 PM PDT
Dylan Charles, Waking Times
Of all the ideas and practices available to us for finding good health, peace of mind and happiness in this crazy world, the Chinese and Daoist internal arts of Tai Chi, Qi Gong and energy meditation are unrivaled in their value in improving overall wellness and catalyzing personal transformation.
Masters of Chi are the stuff of legend, capable of performing amazing feats of healing, concentration, and strength, and their secrets are no longer so closely guarded in the Shaolin temples of China.
Many dedicated teachers of these arts have spread throughout the world and share their expertise freely with Westerners, making their teachings available in print and in video, offering an immense body of knowledge and instruction on these practical transformative arts.
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Posted: 17 Apr 2015 08:00 PM PDT
by Michelle Walling, CHLC
Disney has created a new form of God worship. Black magic is being used to subliminally brainwash children as young as six years old into worshipping sex teen idols in preparation for their big debut into preteen sex.
This is one of the most important topics of today for our future generations, and spreading the word will inevitably reverse the spell.
An introduction to selling sex
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Posted: 17 Apr 2015 07:00 PM PDT
by Christina Sarich, Waking Times
You can say it’s because of a global shift in consciousness, a destiny we have arrived at due to spiritual evolution, or the outcome of strange times, but, many people all across the globe are going through intense personal changes and sensing an expansion of consciousness.
Personal changes of this magnitude can be difficult to recognize and to understand, but here are 21 traits of an awakening soul, a ‘sensitive’, or an ‘empath.’
1. Being in public places is sometimes overwhelming.
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Posted by Roberto Abraham Scaruffi at 05:57
Chomsky Says US is World's Biggest Terrorist
By Euro News
"In the global scene we are racing towards a precipice which we are determined to fall over which will sharply reduce the prospects for decent survival."
If Support to Terrorism Continues
al-Qaeda Will be the Future of Europe and the Region: President al-Assad
President Bashar al-Assad warned that the terrorism imported to Syria will "bite" its backers whenever it has the chance.
Why Does The World Wage War Against The People Of Yemen?
By Moon Of Alabama
Nearly the whole world, seemingly paid off by Saudi money, is waging war against Yemen.
Don't Let Hillary Clinton Escape the Blame for Libya's Destruction
By Michael Brendan Dougherty
Death and civil war in Libya were unacceptable outcomes for America when Moammar Gadhafi was alive. But death and civil war continue unabated, - and somehow it's not in the American interest to stop it.
Lawfare, Israel's Continuation of War by Other Means
By Jonathan Cook
Right-wing Israeli organisations have been quietly escalating "legal warfare" against the Palestinian leadership in an attempt to dissuade it from bringing war crimes charges against Israel at the International Criminal Court.
For the Conference on the Israel Lobby-Press Blackout at the Press Club
By Ralph Nader
"The Israel Lobby: Is it Good for the US? Is it Good for Israel?"
The Anthrax Coverup Exposed
By Paul Craig Roberts
MacQueen's book established that there indeed was a conspiracy-a conspiracy inside the government.
US Democracy Is In "Very Serious Decline," - Chomsky
By RT Staff
The US retains a democratic veneer, but actual manifestations of democracy are dwindling.
Troops Referred To Ferguson Protesters as 'Enemy Forces', Emails Show
By Joanna Walters
Troops used highly militarised language such as "enemy forces" and "adversaries" to refer to citizen demonstrators.
Yemen: 45 Killed, 100 Injured in Fresh Saudi Attacks on Sa'daa:
At least 45 Yemenis were killed and 100 others injured in Sa'daa province on Saturday, as Saudi warplanes continued to hit civilian areas on the 24th day of Riyadh's aggression.
At least 76 killed in Yemen air raids, fighting:
At least 76 people were killed in Yemen Friday as Saudi-led warplanes pounded rebels heading to bolster an assault on loyalists in Aden and fighting raged in Taez, officials said.
Saudi soldier killed in Yemen border clash:
Fighting along Saudi Arabia's border with Yemen has killed a soldier from the kingdom, the Saudi-led coalition spokesperson said on Saturday.
U.S. arms sales fuel wars across the Middle East:
To wage war in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is using F-15 fighter jets bought from Boeing. Pilots from the United Arab Emirates are flying Lockheed Martin's F-16 to bomb both Yemen and Syria. Soon the Emirates are expected to complete a deal with General Atomics for a fleet of Predator drones to run spying missions in the region.
Yemen weapons depot falls to al Qaeda fighters:
Al Qaeda's Yemen branch routed government forces from a large weapons depot in the country's east on Friday, seizing dozens of tanks, Katyusha rocket launchers and small arms, security officials said, as air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition intensified in the capital, Sanaa, and also in Yemen's second-largest city.
Yemen militia says it is besieging rebels at strategic base:
Militiamen loyal to Yemen's embattled president besieged an air base once crucial to the U.S. drone program targeting Al-Qaeda militants in the country, trying to dislodge the Shiite rebels holding the complex, a spokesman said.
Iran submits four-point Yemen peace plan to United Nations:
The plan, which Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced earlier this month, calls for an immediate ceasefire and end of all foreign military attacks, humanitarian assistance, a resumption of broad national dialogue and "establishment of an inclusive national unity government."
Iran Sends Ships Toward Blockaded Yemen Port, Raising Fears Of Escalating Conflict With Saudi Arabia:
Iran is sending a small armada of naval vessels toward Yemen, sparking concern among U.S. defense officials that a naval conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia could escalate the Yemen conflict from a proxy war into a full-scale international conflict, according to media reports.
Iranian ships 'not allowed' in Yemeni waters:
Speaking to reporters in Riyadh, Saudi Brigadier General Ahmed Asiri made the remarks in a reference to Iran's decision to send two warships to the Gulf of Aden earlier in the day.
Pakistan agrees to send ships to block arms shipments to Yemen rebels:
Yielding to pressure from staunch ally Saudi Arabia, Pakistan has agreed to help an Arab military coalition enforce an arms embargo against Houthi rebels in Yemen and is expected to announce the deployment of navy warships to the busy commercial shipping lanes off Yemen's coast.
In public relations exercise :
Saudi Arabia pledges $274m to meet UN call for aid:
Saudi Arabia, which is leading an air campaign against rebels in Yemen, has pledged to provide exactly the amount of emergency aid to the country as called for in a UN appeal on Friday. The official Saudi news agency said it has promised $274m (£183m; €255m) in humanitarian aid.
In tightly ruled Saudi, Yemen war is 'something good':
This is wartime in Saudi Arabia, a tightly controlled Islamic kingdom where almost every audible voice is behind the three-week-old air campaign against Shiite rebels in neighbouring Yemen
Hezbollah Blames Saudi Arabia for Spread of Extremism :
Nasrallah noted that Saudi Arabia is fighting IS group in Iraq and Syria while sharing the same extreme religious ideology with it.
Bombings kill 12 people in Iraq:
A series of bombings in and north of Baghdad on Saturday killed 12 people, including a soldier and his entire family, said Iraqi officials.
Car bomb claimed by Isil kills three outside US consulate in Iraq's Kurdish capital:
Such attacks are relatively rare in Kurdistan, which has managed to insulate itself from the worst of the violence afflicting the rest of Iraq
Iraqi forces retake most of Iraq's largest refinery: officials:
The insurgents attacked Iraq's Baiji refinery a week ago by blasting through the security perimeter around it and taking over several installations, including storage tanks.
Secret Documents: ISIL Planned Occupation of Syria Long Ago:
The secret documents contain information about the strategy and structure of the terrorist group. They also explain how the terrorists managed to gain the upper hand in most parts of Syria.
Alleged Syria Gas Attack Video Moves UN Security Council Envoys to Tears :
Video of what some are calling a gas attack in Syria left U.N. diplomats in tears as the state continues to deny allegations of the attacks.
Israel "directly targeted" children in drone strikes on Gaza, says rights group:
Of the 2,220 Palestinians killed during Israel's 51-day bombing campaign, at least 1,492 were civilians, including at least 547 children.
Israel can now legally seize Palestinian homes in Jerusalem:
Haaretz reports that in recent years, the law has "become a tool for right-wing groups seeking to increase the Jewish presence in East Jerusalem", which is traditionally dominated by Arab neighbourhoods.
3 Main Zionist Propaganda Lies: An Interview with Alan Hart
Israel analysts shocked by Obama's comments on sanctions, S-300 supply:
'This is the new America. We had better get used to it,' says TV commentator after president leaves door open to Iran's sanctions demand, defends Putin's missile sale
Obama got Senate to reject 'two of Netanyahu's demands' on Iran (but the 'NYT' won't touch that angle); Op-Ed:
The American public is overwhelmingly behind the deal, two to one according to polls, Gould says. That speaks to the political landscape. Who is against a deal with Iran? Only the rightwing Israel lobby.
Afghanistan suicide bomb in Jalalabad kills 33:
The attack targeted government and military workers waiting for their salaries. A spokesman for a group claiming to represent Islamic State in Afghanistan said it carried out the attack
Raw Video - : Dozens killed in Afghanistan blast
US kills 4 people in E Afghanistan:
While Washington claims the targets of the drone attacks are Taliban militants, local officials and witnesses maintain that, in most cases, civilians have been the victims of the attacks over the past few years.
Russia to Lend Pakistan $2 Billion for Gas Pipeline Construction:
Pakistan and Russia have finalized an agreement under which Moscow will lend Islamabad $2 billion to lay a pipeline that will transport liquefied natural gas (LNG).
At least 21 killed in fighting near Tripoli:
"14 soldiers, four fighters from Fajr Libya, and three women were killed today in Tajoura," said a pro-government military source, adding that the women were killed accidentally in rocket fire.
Boko Haram slit throats of 12 as army tries to save civilians: sources:
"Just as troops were trying to evacuate some civilians from the hills so as to safeguard them from a planned air strike ... some Boko Haram attacked them and slit the throats of 12 people," a military source said of Wednesday's attack.
UN: Assailants attack convoy, kill 2, wound 1 in north Mali:
Two assailants attacked a United Nations convoy of civilian workers in northern Mali, killing two and wounding another, the peacekeeping mission said Saturday.
Al Shabaab militants kill regional Somali lawmaker in capital:
Gunmen from Somali Islamist group al Shabaab killed a regional lawmaker on Saturday after he had taken his wife to hospital in the capital Mogadishu, the group and officials said.
Gunfire and explosions heard in Libyan capital;
Clashes broke out in a district and a suburb of Libya's capital on Saturday, home to groups opposing an alternative government controlling Tripoli and parts of western Libya, residents said.
Mysterious disease kills patients within 24 hours in Nigeria:
The unknown disease has so far killed 17 people in a southeastern Nigerian town and officials have ruled out Ebola.
Italian Paper Breaks Silence Over Assassinations in Kiev:
La Repubblica has denounced "a ruthless sweeping away of every form of political opposition taking place in Kiev". The paper was reacting to yet another assassination in Ukraine - this time of a popular journalist Oles Buzina
Ukraine: Email claim for Kiev killings:
A Ukrainian nationalist group has said it was behind the deaths of two public figures in Kiev earlier this week.
Ukraine crisis: Rebel leader warns truce 'could fail':
A senior separatist leader in eastern Ukraine has claimed an agreed ceasefire deal will fail unless Kiev recognises the independence of rebel-held areas. Aleksandr Zakharchenko said the truce agreement brokered by the West in Minsk was not being properly implemented by Kiev. "Ukraine doesn't want to resolve all the issues," he said.
Russia hasn't reached deal to provide $3.2-$5.4 billion to Greece:
RIA cites Kremlin spokesman: Earlier on Saturday, German magazine Der Spiegel reported that Greece was poised to sign a gas deal with Russia as early as Tuesday which could bring 3 billion to 5 billion euros into depleted government coffers.
Greece Might Allow Russia to Use Its Military Bases - Greek Defense Analyst:
Greek defense analyst Ilias Iliopoulos noted that in the interests of closer military-technical cooperation with Russia, Greece could allow the country to use of its military bases, and that this possibility may well be discussed during the Greek Defense Minister's visit to Moscow later this week.
Spain's new 'gag law' and the media:
The law - which will come into effect in July - will make many forms of public gathering and demonstrations illegal. Protestors will be barred from assembling outside Congress, permission must be sought before any public gathering and fines can be issued if anyone is caught breaking the rules
Australian teenagers held over alleged Melbourne terror plot:
Police in Australia say they have foiled an Islamic State-inspired plot to carry out an attack at a World War One centenary event. Police arrested five teenage suspects, charging one 18-year-old with conspiring to commit a terrorist act.
New Zealand Plotted Hack on China With NSA:
New Zealand spies teamed with National Security Agency hackers to break into a data link in the country's largest city, Auckland, as part of a secret plan to eavesdrop on Chinese diplomats, documents reveal.
Witnesses Contradict Official Story on Military Clash with FARC :
Cristian Delgado, a member of the verification team that traveled to the rural area of Colombia, told Contagio Radio that the witnesses he spoke to said that there had been a lengthy gun battle, contradicting army claims that they had been ambushed and could not respond to the attack.
Gang leader's arrest sets off riots in Mexican city:
Gun battles erupt and vehicles burn in Reynosa, in Tamaulipas state, after arrest of El Gafe, a leader of Gulf Cartel.
Argentina launches lawsuit against Falkland oil drillers:
Argentina has begun legal proceedings against three British and two US companies for drilling oil near the Falkland Islands. "I want to make it clear for the directors of these companies - that Argentina will use the full force of the law - both national and international law - "Argentina has extradition treaties around the world and we intend to use them."
Want to Record The Cops? Know Your Rights:
Citizen videos of law enforcement encounters are more valuable than ever. And for those who are wondering-it is legal to record the police.
Iris Scanner Identifies a Person 40 Feet Away:
Police traffic stops are in the news again, tragically, sparking a new round of discussion on whether and how to outfit police with cameras and other technology. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab Biometrics Center have been testing an iris recognition system that can be used to identify subjects at a range of up to 40 feet.
Posted by Roberto Abraham Scaruffi at 05:54