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dimecres, 16 de març de 2016

Grupos radicales anti Trump preparan para primavera la 'mayor acción de desobediencia civil del siglo' en EEUU

With little fanfare and almost no news media attention, some of the same radical groups involved in shutting down Donald Trump’s Chicago rally last week are plotting a mass civil disobedience movement to begin next month.

They intend to march across the East Coast in order to spark a “fire that transforms the political climate in America.”

The operation, calling itself Democracy Spring, is threatening “drama in Washington” with the “largest civil disobedience action of the century.” The radicals believe this will result in the arrest of thousands of their own activists.

“We will demand that Congress listen to the People and take immediate action to save our democracy. And we won’t leave until they do — or until they send thousands of us to jail,” the website for Democracy Spring declares, channeling rhetoric from the Occupy movement.

The group is backed by numerous organizations, including the George Soros-funded groups MoveOn.org, the Institute for Policy Studies, and Demos.
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La Oficina Antifraude de Catalunya (OAC) investiga los contratos de servicios del Ayuntamiento de Girona entre los años 2011 y 2015, la etapa en la que era alcalde de la ciudad el actual presidente de la Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont. Apenas un mes después de su investidura como presidente, la OAC pidió al consistorio todos los expedientes de contratación de su mandato. "Estamos muy tranquilos", ha asegurado la teniente de alcalde de Hacienda, Maria Àngels Planas, que ha admitido, no obstante, que desconoce qué ha motivado la petición del organismo que dirige Daniel De Alfonso.
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Obama nomina al 'neutral' Merrick Garland como nuevo juez del Supremo de EEUU

Varias fuentes del Congreso de Estados Unidos anticiparon la decisión del presidente Barack Obama, que eligió a Merrick Garland como el candidato que debe reemplazar en la Corte Suprema al fallecido Antonin Scalia.

Graduado en la Escuela de Derecho de Harvardm Garland, radicado en Washington, fue el primer juez de la Corte de Apelaciones del circuito del Distrito de Columbia y trabajó como procurador en el caso del anarquista Ted Kacynski, más conocido por el sobrenombre de "Unabomber", así como en el del atentado de Oklahoma City en 1995.
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Trump advierte que "habrá disturbios" si le arrebatan la nominación republicana

Trump necesita 1.237 delegados para convertirse en candidato a la presidencia de los Estados Unidos, pero podría quedar a unos pasos de esa meta. Si, pese a quedar primero en las elecciones primarias, el Partido Republicano no acepta nominarlo "en forma automática" en la próxima convención en Cleveland, Ohio, el empresario amenazó con "disturbios" callejeros, protagonizados por sus seguidores.

"Creo que habría disturbios. Creo que habría disturbios, represento a una cantidad enorme, millones de personas", declaró el multimillonario a la cadena CNN.
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EEUU multa a Irán con 10.500 $ millones por su participación en los atentados del 11-S

According to the evidence (or alleged evidence) that the judge in this case, George B. Daniels, cited in his “Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law” — in this case called “Fiona Havlish v. Usama Bin Laden”:

Iran has been waging virtually an undeclared war against both the United States and Israel for thirty years.
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Iran wages this undeclared war through asymetrical, or unconventional strategies and terrorism, often through proxies such as Hizballah, Hamas [which is actually “a Palestinian Sunni-Islamic fundamentalist organization” and as such is devoted to the destruction of Shiite Iran as well as Jewish Israel], Al Qaeda [which is likewise Salafist], and others [all of which are Salafist].
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For more than two decades, the IRGC [Islamic Republican Guard Corps, run by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khameni] has provided funding and/or training for terrorism operations targeting American citizens, including Hizballah and Al Qaeda. [Hizballah has targeted American citizens who are serving in the U.S. military in Lebanon, because Hizballah is anti-Israeli, not because they are anti-American; and the U.S. military protect Israel. However, Al Qaeda targets non-Sunnis everywhere, and this also means that Al Qaeda is anti-Shia and aims to conquer Iran too: Al Qaeda is Salafist, dedicated to the conquest of all non-Sunni nations. Iran doesn’t fund or train its own enemies, such as Al Qaeda and ISIS.] … The factual reality — as found by the 9/11 Report — is that ’the relationship between Al Qaeda and Iran demonstrated that Sunni-Shia divisions did not necessarily pose an insurmountable barrier to cooperation between terrorist organizations.'
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While Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda were headquartered in Sudan in the early 1990s, Hassan al-Turabi fostered the creation of a foundation and alliance for combined Sunni and Shi’a opposition to the United States and the West, an effort that was agreed to and joined by Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, leaders of Al Qaeda, and by the leadership of Iran. … Thereafter, senior Al Qaeda operatives and trainers traveled to Iran to receive training in explosives. … In 1993, in a meeting in Khartoum, Sudan, arranged by Ali Mohamed, a confessed Al Qaeda terrorist and trainer now in a U.S. prison, … Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri met directly with Iran’s master terrorist Imad Mughniyah and Iranian officials. [Wikipedia’s article on that witness, Ali Mohamed, says: "Ali Abdul Saoud Mohamed, is a double agent who worked for both the CIA and Egyptian Islamic Jihad simultaneously, reporting on the workings of each for the benefit of the other.” He would tell U.S. interrogators whatever they wanted to hear — such as that Iran was significantly involved in the 9/11 plot.] Iran’s news-report on March 14th summarizes that U.S. court decision by saying:

The court ruling is based on the 9/11 Commission Report which stated that some attackers moved through Iran and did not have their passports stamped.

The verdict comes as none of the 19 hijackers on September 11 were Iranian citizens. Fifteen were from Saudi Arabia, while two from the United Arab Emirates [another Salafist-run country] and one each from Egypt and Lebanon [Salafists from each].

That alleged permission for “some attackers” to move freely through Iran instead of requiring them to use other countries to transit, is the basis of the court’s blaming Iran for 9/11, even though nothing is alleged in the court’s findings, that Iran participated in the 9/11 attacks, and also despite the following being noted even in the judge’s findings:

“Although Al Qaeda operatives Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Ramzi Binalshibh (now Guantanamo detainees) denied any reason, other than Iran’s refraining from stamping passports, for the hijackers to have traveled through Iran or any relationship between the hijackers and Hizballah, … their denials are not credible. ... The actions of Iranian border authorities in refraining from stamping the passports of the Saudi hijackers vastly increased the likelihood of the operational success of the 9/11 plot.”

Therefore, the U.S. government blames 9/11 on Iran, and only on Iran (not at all on the Sauds and their Salafist friends).
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Así se fraguó el golpe de mano de Iglesias contra Errejón


Después de que triunfara la tesis de Errejón frente a la de Juan Carlos Monedero de prescindir del espíritu fundacional (el poder e influencia de las bases en la toma de decisiones) para convertir a Podemos en una "máquina de guerra electoral" para hacer frente al ciclo de elecciones, cada vez son más numerosas y de peso las personas que reclaman una vuelta a los orígenes, para no llevar a Podemos a coger los "vicios" de los "partidos viejos". Monedero es la voz de la conciencia que más eco mediático tiene, pero también la están elevando figuras de la talla de Teresa Rodríguez o Pablo Echenique, cada uno con sus formas y matices. Es más, el sector Anticapitalista (la tercera familia en cuestión), liderado por la secretaria general de Andalucía y el eurodiputado Miguel Urbán, es partidario de convocar un congreso extraordinario para debatir todos estos asuntos.
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El PP valenciano destruyó documentación 20 días antes de su derrota electoral

Un informe de la Guardia Civil sobre las intervenciones telefónicas recoge cómo la entonces concejal María José Alcón explica a su marido, Alfonso Grau, que ha visto en el Ayuntamiento a miembros del partido destruir expedientes ante los malos resultados electorales que auguraban las encuestas y que ella quiere ir a hacer lo mismo.
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