Posts Tagged ‘informatics’

Latin Americans

November 23rd, 2020

If fall the ayatollahs, United States eliminate the problemon is going to cause a nuclear Iran threatening to spread to Latin America. But neither Barack Obama nor his advisers seem to perceive the magnitude of the problem. Moreover, with each action or inaction, Obama shows to be more on the side of Islam and that dictatorships of the United States and democracy, so that anything that weakens to the West is welcome for the stateless occupant of the White House. Obama is being tested on all fronts and in all turns out to be an inept. The hottest topics for the safety of Americans are Iran and Korea North, and both is demonstrating its Supreme executive disability. But what can we expect from someone that never in his life he even managed a kiosk? Jimmy Carter being the King of the mediocre at least was manisero. The situation in Iran has close ties with Latin America. The ayatollahs found in South America, the only place where Sunni Muslims do not have control and supremacy, and want to use it to convert its least educated population to Shiite islam.

If United States takes a more aggressive attitude with Iran and fall the theocrats, Chavez & Cia. remain orphaned, may lead them to his ultimate downfall. Then, Latin Americans could return to true democracy. Otherwise, entrench totalitarianism, Islamist penetration will grow, the repression will increase, and terrorism cundira. Which is silent gives, and Obama and Clinton do not express genuine reproach against the violence and the killings of the Iranian Government. Nor say anything bolivarianos dictators, which in addition to giving her support open to Ahmadinejad, stuck to its citizens in a manner similar to the Islamists, everytime there are demonstrations against her. Vadim Belyaev shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. original author and source of the article.

April Patagonia

September 20th, 2020

Reached an unprecedented rejection of country level multiple dams that HidroAysen and southern energy plan to build in the rivers Baker, Easter, Raven, white and Condor of the Aysen Region, in the Chilean Patagonia. Ipsos, the survey disclosed a few days ago, appropriated who before the question are you for or against the construction of hydropower stations in the Region of Aysen? Chileans responded by 57.6 percent negatively while only a 31.9 was prone to the initiatives. Credit: Eastman Chemical Company-2011. The result verifies a sustained increase in opposition to these projects of hydroelectric power, since the same survey conducted in April 2008 threw a 54.7% in favour and a 37.4% against, varying in August of last year to a 41.8% and 44.2% respectively. These results demonstrate that citizenship is aware of the irreparable damage that would mean our natural and cultural heritage to intervene at the scale raised the Chilean Patagonia, to the When you have clarity that we have options to meet the energy needs of the medium and long term without destroying the basins of southern South, including energy efficiency and non-conventional renewable energy said the Executive Secretary of the Patagonia Defense Council, Rodrigo Patricio. He added that this should be a very powerful signal for the electric Italian Enel, which controls HidroAysen through Endesa Spain, then the Vice-President of the latter, Andre Bretan, expressed at the recent meeting of shareholders of Endesa Chile that the construction of five dams on the Baker and Pascua rivers has to be a project country, and we will do it with all our capabilitiesIt has to be accepted and approved by all. We are seeing not only the project is not supported by all but otherwise, is being rejected by a large majority. The Chileans will not accept these intentions to impose a bad project by the private interests of transnational seeking to destroy a heritage that we bequeath our children expressed Patricio Rodrigo. He added about the words of Gocc – regard that could not find negative aspects to HidroAysen – that would be good then that will better inform of the almost 3 thousand observations that were made by public services and more than 11 thousand citizens.

If something has left us clear the global financial crisis is that to occupy senior managerial positions in companies transnational need high-mindedness for major global challenges, and apparently this would not be the case pointed out. THE survey the quantitative survey Ipsos applied by telephone to 1.008 interviewed in 24 cities from Arica to Punta Arenas, with a margin of error of 3.1%. The highest level of rejection occurred in segment age ranging from 18 to 39 years, reaching 63.5%.