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Regii Atlantidei

Istoria secretă a omenirii: zeii din mitologia greacă au fost, de fapt, foştii regi ai Atlantidei!


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Vera Atkins

TOP STORY Crezul Verei Atkins, spionul din spatele celebrului James Bond | „M-am născut în România şi a fost un accident al istoriei“

 • Publicat: 6 Feb 2016,
646x404În timpul celui de-al Doilea Război Mondial, Vera Atkins era cel mai important agent secret al Marii Britanii. Curajoasă şi inteligentă, gălăţeanca este şi astăzi un model pentru serviciile de informaţii.
Vera Maria Rosenberg, sau mai bine spus Vera Atkins – aşa cum a devenit cunoscută în întreaga lume – s-a născut pe 18 iunie 1908 în Galaţi. Tatăl ei era renumitul om de afaceri Max Rosenberg, un evreu născut in Germania. În timpul Războiului Burilor, Max furniza armatei britanice terci de cereale şi conserve din carne aduse din Australia. Afacerile au fost atât de înfloritoare, încât le-a extins până la Cape Town, fiind achiziţionată şi o mină de diamante.
Atunci când afacerile au început să înregistreze pierderi uriaşe, familia Rosenberg s-a stabilit în Galaţi. Era începutul secolului 20, iar Vera şi mama sa nu au fost deloc încântate de această mutare, deşi din punct de vedere financiar lucrurile erau din nou pe un drum ascendent, Max fiind proprietarul unui şantier naval şi a flotei comerciale pe Dunăre. Se pricepea atât de bine la afaceri, încât îl consilia chiar şi pe regele Carol al II-lea în problemele financiare ale regatului.
Succesul financiar al părinţilor i-au asigurat Verei o educaţie aleasă, aceasta fiind trimisă în Elveţia, Franţa şi Anglia pentru a urma cursurile unor şcoli private. Oriunde a mers, viitoarea agentă secretă a negat mereu originea sa românească, identificându-se mai mult cu rădăcinile cosmopolite ale mamei ei. Împreună cu aceasta, Vera s-a mutat în Anglia imediat după decesul tatălui ei, spunând că „a fost un accident al istoriei să mă nasc la Galaţi”.
Înainte de izbucnirea războiului, Vera a luat pentru prima dată contact cu serviciile de spionaj britanice, existând însă şi voci care au afirmat de-a lungul timpului ca aceste legături începuseră de fapt în România. În februarie 1941, Vera Atkins a fost angajată la SOE (Special Operations Executive), unde a fost asistenta mentorului ei, colonelul Maurice Buckmaster.
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Arabia Saudita vs ISIS

How Saudi Arabia’s Troops Could Swing the Fight Against ISIS

The Fiscal Times


How Saudi Arabia’s Troops Could Swing the Fight Against ISIS
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How Saudi Arabia’s Troops Could Swing the Fight Against ISIS
In a development that promises to have major policy repercussions in Washington and throughout the Middle East, Saudi Arabia has offered to send ground troops into Syria to battle ISIS.

The proposal was made days before a major meeting in Brussels of the anti-ISIS coalition. The summit was requested by U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, who earlier this week called out members of “our so-called coalition” for not doing more to combat the extremist network.
Related: Get Ready for a Third US Front Against ISIS—This Time in Libya
Since the military campaign against ISIS began in 2014, the Saudis have been responsible for a relatively small number of air strikes, but now the kingdom says it is ready to expand its involvement.
"Today, the Saudi kingdom announced its readiness to participate with ground troops with the U.S.-led coalition against ISIL, because we now have the experience in Yemen," a military spokesman told Al Jazeera. The Saudis have been helping the government in neighboring Yemen in its civil war against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels. “We know that air strikes cannot be enough and that a ground operation is needed. We need to combine both to achieve better results on the ground.”
The announcement comes as President Obama is weighing fresh calls by the Pentagon to add potentially hundreds more U.S. troops to the 3,700 already deployed in Iraq. The idea is to capitalize on recent gains in that country, like the recapture of Ramadi from ISIS, and prepare for the looming battle to retake Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city.
Related: Putin Sends Russia’s Deadly New Fighter Jet to Syria
Obama has repeatedly ruled out a large-scale deployment of U.S. troops back to the Middle East, and the Saudi offer of ground forces could lead the president to conclude he can make do with the forces already in the region and nix plans to add more.
The U.S. has already sent around 50 special forces into the war-torn country to assist moderate rebel groups fighting the forces of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, but congressional Republicans want the White House to do more. Saudi troops might be the solution the administration needs to firmly answer those calls.
The kingdom’s offer could also pave the way for other nations in the region, who have made meager contributions to the anti-ISIS campaign, to step up their participation in the war in Syria.
Related: $583 Billion Defense Budget Covers Russia, China and ISIS
That may be a double-edged sword, though. Saudi Arabia isn’t exactly being altruistic with its offer: Its move may be a signal of opposition to Tehran’s ongoing support of the Assad regime, much like when Riyadh chastises Iranian interference in the civil war in Yemen. A buildup in the antagonism between the two Middle Eastern powers would add another layer to the instability of the Syrian conflict.
All eyes will be on next week’s summit to determine just how much of an impact Saudi Arabia’s offer will have on a military campaign that has already cost the U.S. around $6 billion.


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Errico Malatesta (1853-1932) anarhist, prieten cu Mihail Bakunin

Anarhism

Oricine pune mâna pe mine să mă guverneze, este un uzurpator și tiran și l-am declara dușman.
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Un desert Noua Zeelandă? Fiecare 06 februarie, sărbătoarea națională Waitangi Day în Noua Zeelandă ... Noua Zeelandă sarbatorit acordul dintre maori si coloniști în 1840. A tratat care, în conformitate cu punctele de vedere a fondat națiune sau entérin ...
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Un dessert néo-zélandais ? Chaque 6 février, c'est le Waitangi Day- jour de fête nationale en Nouvelle-Zélande ... La Nouvelle-Zélande célèbre l'accord passé entre Maoris et colons en 1840. Un traité qui, selon les points

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TEXTE VECHI

Textele vechi gnostice ne spun clar că noi suntem conduşi şi manipulaţi în secret de mai bine de 5.000 de ani de către o specie extraterestră malefică! Arhonii se hrănesc cu energia noastră negativă!

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Dear Odorica -- 
 
It now looks clear that our once in a lifetime chance to break free from the European Union is almost upon us.
 
However pathetic David Cameron’s renegotiation appears to be, I believe that he will rush to a referendum in June and we must be ready.
Ever since the General Election I have made it clear that I will work with anyone from across the spectrum that wants to fight for us to leave the EU.
 
As two groups emerged to contest for the Electoral Commission’s designation, Leave.EU and Vote Leave, I have maintained a neutral stance between the two and tried my hardest to get them to come together and merge.
Sadly this has proved to be impossible.
 
However a genuine cross-party group has emerged: Grassroots Out. And I pay tribute to Conservative MPs Peter Bone and Tom Pursglove along with Labour’s Kate Hoey and others for launching this initiative.
 
What a pleasure it is to work with people who understand that this issue matters more than party politics and tribal division.
 
The aim of GO is for us to campaign together on the ground and to hold a series of big public meetings across the UK.
 
The first of these was held in Kettering the other day with 2,500 people turning out to see Peter Bone, Tom Pursglove and Philip Hollobone, all local Tory MPs on the platform with Labour MP Kate Hoey, the DUP’s Sammy Wilson and the surprise appearance of former Defence Secretary Liam Fox.
 
UKIP’s Margot Parker MEP chaired the event and I was on the stage with the others.

This is the way forward.
 
With the unanimous support of our MEPs we now commit to supporting Grassroots Out and want our branches and members to join with GO as a means of working with activists from other parties and none. 
 
Full details of how this operation will work will be explained at our Llandudno Spring Conference later this month. You can find out more about Grassroots Out here.
 
As for the two groups that are contesting the designation, our MEPs view was clear: we congratulate Arron Banks and Richard Tice for bringing a fresh approach to British Politics with their Leave.EU campaign. 
 
They now have approaching 500,000 supporters and they are bringing new people into this campaign who have never been interested in politics on a large scale.
 
They’ve also shown a willingness to work with and help anyone that is on our side. We wish them well with their campaign.
 
I have to tell you that myself and the UKIP MEP group have grave doubts and reservations about Vote Leave. They do not believe that open borders, immigration and our security are key to this referendum. 
 
All polling shows that they are wrong.
 
Of course we must debate economics and the business case in order to combat the fears put out by politicians and their big business supporters.
 
But amongst the undecided voters the top issue by far and the one that will influence where their vote goes is our lack of border controls as EU members.
 
They also repeatedly have refused to merge and work with Leave.EU and will not rule out the idea of campaigning for a second referendum.
 
The idea that we would vote to leave so that we can get a better deal from Brussels and then vote again is against everything that UKIP and I have ever stood for.
 
So let us organise and mobilise our people’s army around the GO banner for this referendum.

See you on the hustings.

Regards, 
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Thousands flee as Russian-backed offensive threatens to besiege Aleppo


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BEIRUT (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Syrians fled an intensifying Russian assault around Aleppo on Friday, and aid workers said they feared the city which once held two million people could soon fall under a full government siege.
Iran reported one of its generals was killed on the front line assisting government forces, direct confirmation of the role Tehran is playing along with Moscow in what appears to be one of the most ambitious offensives in five years of civil war.
The government assault around Aleppo, and advances in the south of the country, helped to torpedo peace talks this week in Geneva. President Bashar al-Assad's forces and their allies are making a new bid to achieve victory on the battlefield after Russia's intervention ended months of stalemate.
The last 24 hours saw government troops and their Lebanese and Iranian allies fully encircle the countryside north of Aleppo and cut off the main supply route linking the city - Syria's largest before the war - to Turkey. Ankara said it suspected the aim was to starve the population into submission.
Aleppo would be the biggest strategic prize in years for Assad's government in a conflict that has killed at least 250,000 people and driven 11 million from their homes.
Video footage showed thousands of people, mostly women, children and the elderly, massing at the Bab al-Salam border crossing. Men carried luggage on top of their heads, and the elderly and those unable to walk were brought in wheelchairs. Some women sat on the side of the road holding babies and awaited to be allowed into Turkey.
"It feels like a siege of Aleppo is about to begin," said David Evans, Middle East programme director for the U.S. aid agency Mercy Corps, which said the most direct humanitarian route to Aleppo had been severed.
The leader of a prominent rebel group active in northwestern Syria confirmed that government-allied forces were tightening their grip on the northern Aleppo countryside, and that heavy Russian bombing carried on unabated.
NON-STOP RUSSIAN AIR STRIKES
"The Russian (air) cover continues night and day, there were more than 250 air strikes on this area in one day," Hassan Haj Ali, head of Liwa Suqour al-Jabal, a group that fights under the umbrella of the Free Syrian Army, told Reuters.
"The regime is now trying to expand the area it has taken control of ... Now the northern countryside (of Aleppo) is totally encircled, and the humanitarian situation is very difficult," he said.
Syrian state TV and a monitoring group said the army and its allies had seized the town of Ratyan north of Aleppo, building on gains made earlier in the week. Haj Ali said the town had not yet fallen, but that there were "very heavy battles".
The Syrian army and its allies broke a three-year rebel siege of two Shi'ite towns in Aleppo province on Wednesday, cutting off a major supply line from Turkey to Aleppo.
Aleppo, Syria's commercial hub, has been divided for years between a section under government control and areas that are in the grip of rebels. Much of Aleppo, including a UNESCO heritage old city, is largely in ruins.
Haj Ali said most of the fighters on the government side were "Iranian and from Hezbollah, or Afghan".
Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency said Revolutionary Guard Corps Brigadier-General Mohsen Ghajarian has been killed in Aleppo province, as had six Iranian volunteer militiamen.
The five-year civil war pits a government led by Assad, a member of the Alawite sect derived from Shi'ite Islam, against a range of insurgents who are mainly Sunni Muslims, backed by Saudi Arabia, other Arab states and Turkey. Western countries have also lined up in opposition to Assad.
ARMY GAINS IN DERAA
Since 2014, the Sunni jihadist group Islamic State has run a self-proclaimed caliphate in eastern Syria and Iraq, under air assault from a U.S.-led coalition. Russia launched its own separate air campaign four months ago to aid its ally Assad, transforming the battlefield and tipping momentum his way.
But swathes of the country are still in the hands of armed rebels, including Islamic State in the east, Kurdish militia in the north, and a mosaic of groups in the west who have been the target of many of the Russian air strikes.
In addition to the advance in the north near Aleppo, Syria's government forces and allies made further gains in the southern province of Deraa, recapturing a town right outside Deraa city.
That advance could provide a more direct supply line for the army from Damascus and allow it to assert control over most parts of the city.
It has been backed by some of the heaviest Russian air strikes since it began its bombing campaign in September, a rebel spokesman in the area said.
Peace talks convened this week in Geneva were the first diplomatic attempt to end the war in two years but collapsed before they began in earnest. The opposition refused to negotiate while Russia was escalating its bombing and government troops were advancing.
NATO said Moscow's intensified bombing campaign undermined the peace efforts and warned Russia was creating tensions by violating the air space of Syria's neighbour Turkey, a NATO member which shot down a Russian warplane in November.
Russia has accused Turkey of preparing a military incursion into northern Syria. Ankara dismissed this as propaganda intended to conceal Russia's own "crimes". Aleppo was threatened with a "siege of starvation", and Turkey had the right to take any measures to protect its security, it said.
STRIKES UNDERMINE PEACE QUEST, NATO
Moscow says its targets in Syria are restricted to Islamic State and al Qaeda's Syrian branch, the Nusra Front, both of which were excluded from peace talks and officially anathema to the countries supporting the insurgents against Assad.
"Why did the opposition that left Geneva complain about the offensive in Aleppo, which is actually targeted against Jabhat al-Nusra (Nusra Front) and other radical extremist groups?" said Russia's ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, Alexey Borodavkin.
"Jabhat al-Nusra is a terrorist organisation recognised by the U.N. Security Council. It’s a branch of al Qaeda. The opposition should be happy that terrorists are defeated. But, on the contrary, they were disappointed and left negotiations."
That position is rejected by Western and Arab countries, which say most Russian strikes are against other opponents of Assad, not the banned groups.
"The intense Russia air strikes, mainly targeting opposition groups in Syria, is undermining the efforts to find a political solution to the conflict," said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
Russian violations of Turkish air space were "causing increased tensions and ... create risks", he added.
Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, said it was ready to participate in separate U.S. ground operations against Islamic State. The United States welcomed the Saudi offer, although Washington so far has committed only to small scale operations by special forces units on the ground in Syria.
(Additional reporting by Suleiman Al-Khalidi in Amman, Humeyra Pamuk in Istanbul, Parisa Hafezi in Ankara and Tom Miles in Geneva, writing by John Davison and Peter Graff, editing by Peter Millership)