Τρίτη, 31 Ιανουαρίου 2012

Κόκκινη γραμμή δεμένη…


Κόκκινη γραμμή δεμένη…


Επί τρεις ημέρες ζήσαμε την αποθέωση του τίποτα. Με όλους τους τόνους οι προπαγανδιστές που παριστάνουν τους μεγαλοδημοσιογράφους (όπου το μεγάλος έχει σχέση με την αμοιβή τους) μας έλεγαν ότι η ιστορία για τον επίτροπο ήταν μια υπόθεση που ήταν τελειωμένη.

Ανύπαρκτη. Και για αυτήν την ανύπαρκτη υπόθεση έτρωγαν όλη την ώρα των δελτίων προπαγάνδας καθώς και των εκπομπών.

Προφανώς το ανύπαρκτο θέμα ήταν το καταλληλότερο για να κρυφτεί εντός του το υπαρκτό.

Εθελοντικές Υπηρεσίες


Εθελοντικές Υπηρεσίες

Το Δίκτυο Αλληλεγγύης Ζωγράφου ξεκινά την παροχή δωρεάν εθελοντικών υπηρεσιών σε όσους από τους συμπολίτες μας δεν έχουν την δυνατότητα να προσφύγουν σ αυτές.

Οι μέχρι τώρα εθελοντικές υπηρεσίες είναι οι κάτωθι:

Οδοντίατρος    κάθε Τετάρτη απόγευμα
Φιλόλογος       ενισχυτική διδασκαλία σε Φιλολογικά Μαθήματα
Χημικός          ενισχυτική διδασκαλία σε Φυσική Χημεία
Μαθηματικός   ενισχυτική διδασκαλία σε Μαθηματικά
Τεχνικός Υπολογιστών    εισαγωγικά μαθήματα για PC και Internet
Μοδίστρα       μικροεπιδιορθώσεις
Κομμώτρια    παιδικό και ανδρικό κούρεμα
Δικηγόρος      Νομικές Συμβουλές
Εθελοντής     Βοήθεια σε ψώνια για ηλικιωμένους κλπ
Καθηγητής Οικονομικής Θεωρίας, για παράδοση δωρεάν μαθημάτων σε μαθητές Γ' Λυκείου.

Δευτέρα, 23 Ιανουαρίου 2012

Bicom behind UK Press TV ban

Bicom behind UK Press TV ban

The Zionist Britain Israel Communications & Research Centre (Bicom) has collaborated with the state-controlled British Office of Communications (Ofcom) to ban the alternative English-language channel Press TV in the UK, a political analyst says.


Πέμπτη, 19 Ιανουαρίου 2012

Full analysis document on the issue.. (linked below )

o κόσμος το έχει τούμπανο και αυτός κρυφό καμάρι


Zbigniew Brzezinski speaking.. (again...)


Zbigniew Brzezinski
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Edward Luce, Washington columnist and commentator for the Financial Times, waited to the next to the last paragraph of his description of lunch with his friend, Zbigniew Brzezinski, to drop a bombshell. As they finished off their lasagna and taglierini, and after he recorded that the former U.S. National Security adviser is worried about China and President Obama, the subject of the next presidential election came up.
During the interview at Washington’s Teatro Goldoni restaurant, Brzezinski admitted to having voted for Republicans a couple of times (one being George H.W. Bush).  “A good election is one that would shape out in an intelligent victory by Obama,” he said, adding that, however, “There is no sign of that from the other side.” “Which means Obama will win,” asked Luce. Well, not at all, says Brzezinski. “My fear is that two or three weeks before the election something will happen – an October surprise. If Iran were struck by Israelis during October, the negative effects would not be felt until late November and December. The first effect would be, ‘Ah, how wonderful. Let’s get behind the Israelis.’ Then all bets would be off.”
Now, Brzezinski is no peacenik, and most of his policies are not something any progressive could support. The bloody mess in Afghanistan is largely his fault. But when you read his writings or hear him speak you come away confident that he is, for the most part, sane and sensible. His comment about Iran should have made the front pages of the big newspapers – and gone viral on the blogs.

Δευτέρα, 2 Ιανουαρίου 2012

China completes power transmission project with Russia

State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), the country's largest power supplier, said Sunday it has put to trial operation a cross-border electricity transmission project in northeastern Heilongjiang province to supply Chinese with Russia's electric power exports.The electric power SGCC purchased from Russia began reaching Chinese customers late Saturday night after the completion of the direct-current back-to-back networking substation, or called "the trans-Amur project" by Russians, SGCC said in a statement on its website.

The trial operation will last 168 hours, SGCC said in the statement.With a transmission capacity of 750 mega-watts, the electricity transmission project is China's biggest cross-border power line, according to SGCC."The implementation of the project will gain experience for the expansion of Sino-Russian energy cooperation and help promote the economic development for both countries," SGCC said.The project is also part of the Sino-Russian energy and trade cooperation.

Russian Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Shishkin said in June 2011 that the transmission project would increase Russia's power supply to five or six billion kilowatt hours of electricity to China and Russia intended to increase its electricity supply to China in the coming years.Russian companies plan export 60 billion kwh of electricity to China by 2020. Power plants will be built along its border with China to reduce power transmission losses and reduce transportation costs.

Also on Sunday, an oil pipeline linking Russia's far east and northeast China witnessed its one year anniversary of operation, as operators announced an accumulated 15 million tonnes of oil had been transported into China in 2011.

Iran produces first nuclear fuel rod


Iran announced on Sunday that scientists there have produced the country's first nuclear fuel rod. That came a day after US President Barack Obama signed into law a defense bill that imposed sanctions on financial institutions dealing with Iran's central bank. It also came after Iran had said it has been compelled to manufacture fuel rods on its own since international sanctions have banned Teheran from buying them on foreign markets.The European Union expects to reach a decision by the end of January on expanding sanctions against Iran, a EU spokesman said on Sunday.


According to the public relations office of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization (IAEO), the rod has undergone various physical and dimensional tests and has been inserted into the core of Tehran's Research Reactor. The fuel rod has been exposed to radiation of about 1,500 megawatt hours and passed neutron-related tests in terms of radioactivity level and non-leakage of the radioactive materials during initial phases at diverse power levels, the report added. Currently, the rod is also undergoing rays at Tehran's Research Reactor to examine its long-term performance. Over the past years, Iranian nuclear experts have succeeded in utilizing the reactor to meet the nation's requirements for radiopharmaceuticals. 

foto of the day ... happy new year ..