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lunedì 26 giugno 2017

Russia only has only one percent of its chemical weapons stockpile left. The rest has been destroyed, according to the head of the country’s Federal Administration for the Safe Storage and Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Major General Valery Kapashin.......

Russia has destroyed 99% of its chemical weapons – supervising general


Russia only has only one percent of its chemical weapons stockpile left. The rest has been destroyed, according to the head of the country’s Federal Administration for the Safe Storage and Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Major General Valery Kapashin.
Some “99 percent of the chemical weapons stored in Russia have been destroyed,” the high-ranking official said.
The remaining 400 tons of weaponized chemicals is currently “at the last facility in operation to store and destroy the chemical weapons, in the Kizner village in the Udmurt region,” Kapashin added.
Consequently, Russia meets the conditions stipulated in the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which it joined 20 years ago.
In compliance with the document, Russia got rid of the first batch of its chemical weapons, one percent, in 2003. Four years later, 20 percent had been destroyed and, by 2009, Russia was ahead of schedule, having disposed of 45 percent of its chemical weapons.
“We’re finishing Stage Four a year earlier, too, and will destroy all 100 percent of the chemical weapons stockpile by the end of 2017, not 2018,” Kapashin concluded, speaking to Interfax.
The Federal Administration for the Safe Storage and Destruction of Chemical Weapons is in no rush, however, the official said, noting that it won’t “allow any breaches in the process discipline” when eliminating the remainder.
According to Kapashin, accumulating experience, making suggested improvements, and reliable state technology have all sped up the process used for destroying the weapons.

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Touted as the solution to Britain’s fading global power, the £3 billion HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier is set to leave port for the first time to undertake sea trials. The 65,000 ton vessel, which will be the UK’s first aircraft carrier since the HMS Ark Royal was scrapped in 2010, is due to leave the shipyard at Rosyth, Scotland, on Monday.......


Controversial £3bn aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth finally set for sea trials


Touted as the solution to Britain’s fading global power, the £3 billion HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier is set to leave port for the first time to undertake sea trials.
The 65,000 ton vessel, which will be the UK’s first aircraft carrier since the HMS Ark Royal was scrapped in 2010, is due to leave the shipyard at Rosyth, Scotland, on Monday.
Eleven tugs will be needed to maneuver the vessel, which is as long as three football fields.
She will have to squeeze into the estuary through the narrow exit from her dock.
Once free, she will wait for low tide and have her tallest masts and antennae stripped down to pass under the Forth bridges, before making her way to the open sea under her own power.
Despite the upcoming trials, the carrier is not expected to be ready for action for several years.
A sister carrier, the HMS Prince Of Wales, is also under construction.
I think there are very few capabilities, by any country, that are as symbolic as a carrier strike capability,” the Queen Elizabeth’s commander, Captain Jerry Kydd, told the BBC.
Submarines you can’t see, but these are very visible symbols of power and power projection,” he said.
Despite such high praise, the carrier project has been battered by waves of criticism, with one senior military figure anonymously telling the Guardian in 2015 that the program was a toxic “combination of naval vanity and pork-barrel politics.
The source said that by developing carriers the UK was “moving in the direction absolutely contrary to strategic developments of our time,” seeing how current wars are fought with drones and special forces.
There are also concerns over whether there will be enough American-made F-35 fighters to equip both ships, as a parallel project to purchase the US jets has seen years of delays.

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Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was making plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, according to Japan’s Asahi Shimbun national newspaper. Ex-president Park, who was impeached due to a corruption scandal, signed a document approving a “leadership change”in North Korea back in 2015, the national daily reported on Monday citing unnamed sources. South Korea’s intelligence agencies were to prepare operations to carry out the plan......

Former S. Korean President Park plotted to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un – report


Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was making plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, according to Japan’s Asahi Shimbun national newspaper.
Ex-president Park, who was impeached due to a corruption scandal, signed a document approving a “leadership change”in North Korea back in 2015, the national daily reported on Monday citing unnamed sources. South Korea’s intelligence agencies were to prepare operations to carry out the plan.
The report notes that the plotters considered arranging accidents, with a car accident or the derailment of a train carrying Kim Jong-un on the table. Park’s administration also reportedly considered staging a coup in North Korea.
The military activities of South Korea’s communist neighbor, including its nuclear arms development programs, apparently motivated the alleged plot, Asahi Shimbun notes. Tension between Seoul and Pyongyang spiked in August of 2015 as the countries exchanged fire after the North fired a projectile at the border city of Yeoncheon.
However, the plans to assassinate the North Korean leader were not picked up by President Moon Jae-in’s administration after Park’s impeachment, the daily reports.
In May, North Korea accused US and South Korean spy agencies of plotting to kill Kim Jong-un with some “biochemical substances,” the country’s Ministry of State Security said, as quoted by AFP. 
North Korea’s Asian neighbors have been gravely concerned about its missile and nuclear tests for a long time. Pyongyang has conducted dozens of missile launches and tested two nuclear bombs since the beginning of 2016, in violation of UN resolutions. The North consistently threatens to carry out these tests when Japanese, South Korean and US fleets are conducting naval drills in the region.
On June 22, North Korea reportedly tested a space rocket engine that can be installed on an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) potentially capable of reaching the US mainland, according to American officials cited by media outlets.
In April, the US deployed its Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in South Korea to protect the country from its northern neighbor. The deployment triggered protests in South Korea, as some citizens see THAAD as giving the North Korea reason to strike. The deployment of the system has been delayed, however, as the newly elected president, who is also a THAAD sceptic, has demanded that an environmental impact probe be conducted, which could take up to a year. 

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Violent protests against police brutality have erupted in east London over the death of a 25-year-old black man who died from wounds allegedly sustained during his arrest by police. Six police officers were injured in the clashes with rioters.........


Violent protests against police brutality have erupted in east London over the death of a 25-year-old black man who died from wounds allegedly sustained during his arrest by police. Six police officers were injured in the clashes with rioters.
After holding a minute of silence Sunday evening, a large crowd of activists holding Black Lives Matter signs went on a rampage in the vicinity of Forest Gate police station near the spot where Edir Frederico Da Costa was detained by police on Thursday, June 15. His family alleges that the 25-year-old black man had died after being mistreated by the Metropolitan Police.
Eventually bricks were thrown at riot police lines. Street fires were also lit outside Stratford bus station and outside the police precinct.
Shouting, “We want justice,” and “No justice, no peace, no racist police,” the protesters stood face-to-face with police lines in full riot gear outside the station.
Meanwhile, firefighters rushed to the scene to extinguish the flames.
“A small number of roadway fires – involving the contents of litter bins – were started. These were dealt with by the London Fire Brigade. We are not aware of any damage to local buildings,” the Metropolitan Police said in a statement, according to the Guardian. 
The violence was quelled just before 11pm local time. The protest resulted in four arrests, according to a police statement. Six officers were injured in the confrontation, of whom four were taken to a local hospital, one with a facial injury and another with a head injury.
Two police cars were also damaged during the protest.
Da Costa, known as Edson, slipped into the coma after being brutally beaten by police, his relatives allege, claiming that he suffered spinal and head injuries on June 15. Edson died six days later.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has launched an investigation into his death.
“Mr. Da Costa was detained by police officers. During this interaction, it is believed police officers used force and deployed CS spray,” a spokesman for the IPCC said after the launch of the investigation. “Mr. Da Costa became unwell, first aid was administered, an ambulance was called and he was taken to hospital. Tragically on Wednesday, 21 June, Mr. Da Costa died.”
Thursday’s post-mortem examination of Da Costa body, however, found no spinal injuries that could have been caused by police brutality.
Despite the coroner’s conclusions, the UK Black Lives Matter movement, using the #Justice4Edson hashtag, organized Sunday’s demonstration to demand answers.

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Russian officials say the Confederations Cup soccer tournament that the country is hosting will not be marred by the national team’s elimination from the competition. Russia lost to Mexico by a score of 2-1 in a June 24 match in Kazan before about 42,000 spectators, knocking it out of a chance to play in the finals scheduled for Moscow on July 2. ....

A coin issued by the Russian Central Bank marks the 2017 Confederations Cup and 2018 World Cup.


Russian officials say the Confederations Cup soccer tournament that the country is hosting will not be marred by the national team’s elimination from the competition.
Russia lost to Mexico by a score of 2-1 in a June 24 match in Kazan before about 42,000 spectators, knocking it out of a chance to play in the finals scheduled for Moscow on July 2. 
"Like anyone, I am a bit frustrated that no result has been achieved,” said Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko, who is also head of the Russian Football Union (RFU). “It is football, a great game. It does not always go along as we wish.”
He added, though, that the elimination should not “cast a shadow on the festivities.”
“It is football and someone has to lose.... We are hosting a great football festival and we will carry on with the world-class event."
The Confederations Cup is widely seen as a test of Russia's readiness to host the much larger 2018 World Cup tournament.
The team’s loss comes after an early departure from last year's European Championship, when it was unable to gain a victory and was regarded as one of the worst-performing teams in the tournament.
Nevertheless, Russia's coach Stanislav Cherchesov said the team had made major strides since last year.
"What we started with after the European Championship and what we have today, I think we have managed to accomplish a qualitative leap and we should not stop where we are," Cherchesov said.
Along with Mexico, Portugal -- which defeated New Zealand 4-0 on June 24 -- will advance to the Confederations Cup semifinals.
On June 25, Chile will face Australia in Moscow, while Germany plays against Cameroon in Sochi to determine the other semifinal competitors.
Based on reporting by AFP, Reuters, TASS, and dpa

After meeting in Paris, the French and Ukrainian presidents have voiced hope of making progress in resolving the conflict between government forces and Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. French President Emmanuel Macron told a joint news conference with Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko on June 26 that he expected “consultations” to be held within a four-way process known as the Normandy format before a G20 summit in Germany on July 7-8. .......

French President Emmanuel Macron (right) shakes hands with his Ukrainian counterpart, Petro Poroshenko, during a joint press conference after a meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris on June 26.



After meeting in Paris, the French and Ukrainian presidents have voiced hope of making progress in resolving the conflict between government forces and Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine.
French President Emmanuel Macron told a joint news conference with Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko on June 26 that he expected “consultations” to be held within a four-way process known as the Normandy format before a G20 summit in Germany on July 7-8. 
It was not immediately clear whether the consultations would occur in person or take the form of a telephone conversation between the leaders of the countries involved – France, Germany, Russia, and Ukraine -- as was the case on a number of occasions in the past. 
Poroshenko said that he was "much more optimistic" following his meeting with Macron, adding that "peace can take the form of ending the Russian aggression." 
"We have agreed that we will put on paper projects of possible solutions for the Normandy format," he also said.
A cease-fire agreement brokered by France and Germany was signed in Minsk in February 2015 aiming at ending the conflict in eastern Ukraine that has killed more than 10,000 people since it began in April 2014, according to the United Nations.
But the deal has failed to end artillery fighting in Ukraine’s east, with each side accusing the other of violating the truce.
Macron said that German Chancellor Angela Merkel shared his determination to resolve the conflict, adding that he disagrees with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's view that the hostilities in Ukraine could be resolved outside of the Minsk agreement framework.
Tillerson told U.S. lawmakers on June 14 that “it is very possible that the government of Ukraine and the government of Russia could come to a satisfactory resolution through some structure other than Minsk that achieve Minsk."
“My caution is I wouldn’t want to handcuff ourselves to Minsk if the parties decide to settle this through a different agreement,” Tillerson also told the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Macron also insisted that France refuses to recognize Russia's illegal annexation of the Ukrainian region of Crimea in March 2014, saying, "France is committed to Ukraine's sovereignty with its recognized borders."
The comments come two days after Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Crimea on a trip that Kyiv condemned as a violation of its sovereignty.
Poroshenko called for the release of Ukrainians held by separatists in the eastern Ukrainian regions of Luhansk and Donetsk as well as in Russia. 
"One hundred and twenty-eight Ukrainian captives are held on the occupied territory and more than 40 in Russian jails,” he said. “We would expect that a revival of the consultations in the Normandy format will enable us to achieve instant progress in this highly sensitive area."
In Moscow, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the four leaders of the so-called Normandy group may hold a phone conversation soon. 
"Such a possibility is being worked out via diplomatic channels," Peskov said.
Poroshenko's visit to Paris comes after European Union leaders last week agreed to extend the bloc's economic sanctions against Russia by six months.
The sanctions were first imposed by Brussels in 2014 as a response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its military backing to the separatists who hold parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
With reporting by Reuters, AFP, Interfax, and TASS

Sebastian Vettel e Lewis Hamilton, la Ferrari e la Mercedes: bentornata adrenalina, bentornata umanità da camionisti a far saltare quei patti da signorine che avevano trasformato le corse in convegni di Assolombarda e il campionato più ruggente del pianeta nel dominio dell' elettronica e dei sorpassi ai pit stop.........


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Mai ricevuta una carezza da una gomma di Formula 1? Le chiamano supersoft, ma se ti toccano la fiancata ti spostano la milza. Accade a Baku, dove un Gran premio in apparenza soporifero come troppi diventa un torneo da cavalieri antichi.

Giù la visiera del casco e via con le lance a 300 all' ora. E finalmente dopo anni di sbadigli i due più forti piloti del circo decidono di sancire un' antipatia finora solo sussurrata in qualcosa di muscolare.

Sebastian Vettel e Lewis Hamilton, la Ferrari e la Mercedes: bentornata adrenalina, bentornata umanità da camionisti a far saltare quei patti da signorine che avevano trasformato le corse in convegni di Assolombarda e il campionato più ruggente del pianeta nel dominio dell' elettronica e dei sorpassi ai pit stop.
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Tutto accade in Azerbaijan nella luce bassa da eterno tramonto. Durante un giro controllato dalla safety car, Hamilton frena e Vettel lo tampona.

Roba da Signor Rossi all' ora di punta. Il ferrarista si inalbera perché è convinto che l' inglese l' abbia fatto apposta. Lo affianca, lo insulta e lo colpisce con la gomma guadagnandosi dieci secondi di penalità per fallo di reazione. Alla fine lui è quarto e Hamilton quinto. La gara più pazza dell' anno è vinta da Daniel Ricciardo sulla Red Bull davanti a Vallteri Bottas (Mercedes) e a Lance Stroll (Williams). Vettel rimane in testa al mondiale ma protesta: «Hamilton è stato pericoloso, perché hanno punito solo me?».

Risposta del campione del mondo: «Un quattro volte iridato non fa così. Evidentemente quando ho frenato non stava guardando». Il team manager della Ferrari, Maurizio Arrivabene, chiosa irritato: «Se siamo al Colosseo ditelo».

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Bentornata cara vecchia sportellata. Grazie a Vettel e Hamilton torniamo giovani, quando la Formula 1 era una guerra di nervi fra campioni col brivido in corpo. «Roba da uomini e non da ingegneri», come sintetizzò un giorno Jackie Stewart, lo scozzese volante che adesso si limita a consigliare i ragazzi di non bere prima di guidare. Corse e rincorse, una vita a perdifiato. Gilles Villeneuve diventò immortale morendo giovane, come Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Ma entra nel cuore di tutti quel giorno a Digione.

È il primo luglio 1979, Gran premio di Francia, ultimi cinque giri. Il canadese ferrarista e l' idolo di casa Réné Arnoux danno vita a un duello pazzesco: quattro sorpassi, con Villeneuve praticamente senza freni che utilizza le staccate per mettere il muso davanti e la possente Renault del francese, con problemi di pescaggio carburante, nettamente più veloce in rettilineo. Cavalieri del mito, auto che sembrano corazze lucenti con le ruote: i due si toccano, ringhiano, si risorpassano.

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Arriva davanti Villeneuve per 24 millesimi. Lui secondo, l' altro terzo. Poiché il mito ha bisogno di Omero per essere raccontato, è commovente ancora oggi andare su Youtube e rivedersi quell' impresa ascoltando la voce dei nostri Gran premi da tinello, Mario Poltronieri.

La Formula 1 non è una partita di burraco, se non rischi qualcosa per imporre la tua idea di velocità o non vale niente quell' idea o non vali niente tu. Lo sapevano due fra i più grandi: Ayrton Senna, sua maestà, il pilota che oggi guida in cielo la supercar di Dio, e Alain Prost, il computer con due gambe e un cuore (forse) che per anni ha provato a mettere la sua macchina davanti a quella del brasiliano. E quando non c' è riuscito non ha mai avuto pudore nell' accusare i motoristi. Famosa la frase: «Questa Ferrari è più lenta di un camion».

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Per due anni consecutivi il circuito di Suzuka è il teatro della sfida che presto sarà un film: 1989, Prost arriva in Giappone con 16 punti di vantaggio e sorprende il rivale al via. Ma Senna è in rimonta e a sei giri dalla fine tenta il sorpasso decisivo: Prost lo stringe, le macchine si toccano. Gara finita? Con Ayrton non è mai finita. Risale sulla McLaren, è furibondo, si fa spingere da un commissario, spara giri da record e va a vincere. Ma per quell' aiutino viene squalificato. E per le polemiche avrà la licenza sospesa per sei mesi.

L' anno successivo chi di sportellata ferisce di sportellata perisce. Senna è in vantaggio nel mondiale ed è in pole. Parte meglio Prost, ma alla prima curva i due si centrano. Fine della corsa, fine del mondiale, odio palese e duraturo. Commento finale di Senna: «A volte le gare finiscono alla prima curva, a volte a sei giri dalla fine».
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Ma la sportellata suprema, quella del secolo, avviene a Jerez de la Frontera, in Spagna, proprio 20 anni fa. In un ottobre che sa ancora d' estate Michael Schumacher e Jacques Villeneuve (il figlio di Gilles, capelli decolorati e musica dei Sex Pistols per caricarsi) si trovano davanti all' ultima gara. Il ferrarista ha solo un punto in più. È la corsa senza ritorno, è la sfida del diavolo. Schumacher parte meglio, la Ferrari sembra volare, ma Villeneuve con meno benzina nei serbatoi della Williams diventa velocissimo. Dai box Ferrari dicono a Schumi che l' altro sta arrivando, e lui lo soffre.

Nell' uno contro uno il figlio di Gilles somiglia a suo padre, stesso sangue, stessa follia.
Al giro 47, curva Dry Sac, tutto si compie. Ed è Schumacher a raccontarlo: «Ho guardato nello specchietto e l' ho visto lontano. Quando ho riguardato ce l' avevo a fianco».

Sterzata istintiva per buttarlo fuori, ma Villeneuve se ne va e a finire nella sabbia è il tedesco. Sconfitto, frustrato, ma mai così umano. E consapevole come tutti i grandi del comandamento numero uno, dimenticato fino al rodeo western di ieri nel tramonto di Baku: l' unica legge dei guerrieri d' acciaio è quella della giungla.
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Otto principesse di Abu Dhabi sono state condannate da un tribunale di Bruxelles per “traffico di esseri umani” e “trattamento degradante” a 15 mesi di carcere, pena sospesa, e a una multa di 184 mila dollari, di cui metà da pagare subito. Le principesse, Hamda al-Nahyan e le sue sette figlie, che appartengono alla famiglia regnante di Abu Dhabi, al-Nahyan, sono al sicuro nei loro palazzi ed è molto improbabile, anche senza ordine di arresto, che si presentino di nuovo in suolo europeo. Il capo d’accusa era ancora più grave, includeva anche il “trattamento inumano”.........



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Otto principesse di Abu Dhabi sono state condannate da un tribunale di Bruxelles per “traffico di esseri umani” e “trattamento degradante” a 15 mesi di carcere, pena sospesa, e a una multa di 184 mila dollari, di cui metà da pagare subito. Le principesse, Hamda al-Nahyan e le sue sette figlie, che appartengono alla famiglia regnante di Abu Dhabi, al-Nahyan, sono al sicuro nei loro palazzi ed è molto improbabile, anche senza ordine di arresto, che si presentino di nuovo in suolo europeo. Il capo d’accusa era ancora più grave, includeva anche il “trattamento inumano”.
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La vicenda che ha portato alla condanna delle otto principesse risale al 2008, quasi 10 anni fa. All’origine, la denuncia di una cameriera, che era riuscita a sgattaiolare libera da un lussuoso albergo di Bruxelles, il Conrad. Qui le principesse sono state ospiti per vari mesi, fra il 2007 e il 2008, occupando un intero piano. Erano seguiti raid della polizia e sopralluoghi da cui erano emersi comportamenti non proprio, o forse proprio, signorili.

l giudice aveva chiesto il rinvio a giudizio dell’emiro – nel frattempo morto – della moglie sessantanovenne e delle otto figlie: tutti accusati di aver approfittato delle 23 domestiche appartenenti a ben otto nazionalità (Filippine, Marocco, Indonesia, Eritrea, Cina, Tunisia, Francia e Belgio).

Le donne – secondo quanto si legge sulla stampa belga – sarebbero state costrette a comportamenti altamente degradanti e soggette a diversi e ripetuti maltrattamenti, in alcuni casi ricattate per il loro status di immigrate clandestine senza regolare permesso di soggiorno.
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CAZZO MATTEO RENZI HA AVUTO LA FORZA DI FAR RIENTRARE NEL GIOCO DEL POTERE POLITICO ITALIANO DUE MORTI COME SILVIO BERLUSCONI E MATTEO SALVINI.... SOLO RENZI POTEVA FARE UNA COSA DEL GENERE.... CERTO E' CHE I VECCHI SOGNATORI COME IL SOTTOSCRITTO CHE GUARDAVANO A SINISTRA E SPERAVANO CHE GLI UMILI E I POVERI POTESSERO AVERE UNA MIGLIOR VIAT, OGGI SI RITROVANO UN PERSONAGGIO COME RENZI CHE HA DISTRUTTO UNA IDEOLOGIA CHE DURAVA DA OLTRE 60 ANNI.... PENSATE AL DISASTRO CHE RENZI HA PRODOTTO..... IMMANE........


Ugo Magri per La Stampa

BERLUSCONI E SALVINIBERLUSCONI E SALVINI
Nemmeno nei suoi sogni più voluttuosi la destra poteva augurarsi un tale rientro in partita. Silvio Berlusconi e Matteo Salvini avrebbero messo dieci anzi cento firme sotto la conquista di Genova la «rossa». Figurarsi con quale soddisfazione sono stati accolti i primi exit-poll di stanotte, con la cattura di 15 città, da Catanzaro a Verona passando per L' Aquila e la sola debacle di Lecce. Gode il mondo berlusconiano, con il Cav che oggi canterà vittoria.

Ne anticipale note Renato Brunetta in versione Bob Dylan: «The Times they are a Changin'», annuncia euforico, «i tempi stanno cambiando grazie al nostro protagonismo sul referendum e alla congiuntura economica più favorevole, che frena l' antipolitica». In giornata si farà sentire pure Salvini, con un discorso al Consiglio federale leghista. Pure lui tenterà di accaparrarsi i meriti, che andrebbero perlomeno divisi con il vero grande protagonista di questa fase, Giovanni Toti.

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Gli occhi sono puntati tutti su di lui, che nei giorni scorsi si mordeva la lingua dinanzi a certe provocazioni berlusconiane (per esempio quando Silvio manifestava l' intenzione di coinvolgere nel futuro governo vecchie glorie come Montezemolo e Frattini), ma ormai non sente più l' obbligo di trattenersi.

SE SI SCATENANO GLI ISTINTI 
Il rischio che Toti o Salvini rispondano al Cav è elevato, sebbene Niccolò Ghedini stia prodigandosi per il disarmo. Per cui il vero punto di domanda è se riuscirà il centrodestra a capitalizzare il frutto della buona sorte, oppure sprecherà tutto rendendo amaro il trionfo. In molti temono adesso lo scatenarsi degli istinti animali, dei personalismi, delle rabbie mal represse. L' esperto Maurizio Gasparri sente aria di resa dei conti e predica buonsenso: «E' il momento di mostrarsi saggi. Dal voto emerge una spinta positiva per la coalizione di centrodestra, da assecondare con equilibrio».
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In fondo è vincitore a Genova «non un leghista con l' elmo e le corna, ma un manager moderato come Bucci, idem altrove». Segno che la «lezione» di Genova si può leggere in mille modi. Per esempio, Anna Maria Bernini vede il centrodestra di nuovo vincente in futuro, a patto che resti unito e «sappia esprimere una cultura di governo» (traduzione: sbagliato limitarsi a cavalcare nelle steppe della protesta).

SCONTRO GENERAZIONALE 
Il paradosso è che proprio la smania di mettere le mani sul bottino potrà scatenare nei prossimi giorni un conflitto, in parte politico e in parte generazionale, tra i più giovani fautori del partito unico «sovranista» (oltre a Salvini e Toti pure Giorgia Meloni) e l' anziano quattro volte premier. Se condividere lo scettro fosse il prezzo dell' unità, Berlusconi ne farebbe tranquillamente a meno.
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Non per nulla l' uomo tornerà già oggi alla carica per una riforma elettorale di stampo tedesco: ora che ne ha capito i risvolti, il modello germanico è diventato il suo "pallino". In alternativa tenterà di ottenere un premio non al partito ma alla coalizione. In generale, qualunque formula possa evitargli di convivere nella stessa lista con l' odiato Salvini sarà bene accetta.

Per questo, la grande preoccupazione ad Arcore è che Renzi non sappia perdere, l' insuccesso delle Comunali gli dia alla testa e il segretario Pd possa reagire alla sconfitta scaricandone la colpa sul governo. Insomma, Berlusconi teme una grande fibrillazione, e un ritorno veloce alle urne, senza che nemmeno si sia messo mano alla legge elettorale, lasciandolo così prigioniero di Salvini (e Salvini di Berlusconi: una disgrazia per entrambi).

DOPO L'ENNESIMA RIPORVA CHE INVESTIRE IN BORSA E' PERICOLOSO, OGGI SEMBREREBBE CHE IL PORTIERE DELLA JUVENTUS GIGI BUFFON ABBIA PROBLEMI DI LIQUIDITA' IN QUANTO AVREBBE FATTO INVESTIMENTI SBAGLIASTI. MA CRISTO GIA' QUESTA GENTE HA AVUTO IL CULO DI GUADAGNARE SOLDI CON IL PROPRIO LAVORO, MA NIENTE : SI DEVE GUADAGNARE DI PIU' PER POI PERDERE TUTTO......





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Bilancio in rosso per Gigi Buffon? Il portierone della nazionale a corto di soldi e con grossi problemi di liquidità? Sembra di sì, almeno secondo Spy, il nuovo settimanale di gossip diretto da Alfonso Signorini.  E sembra che la ex moglie, Alena Seredova, sarebbe preoccupata “per la serenità economica dei suoi figli”. Cioè dei loro figli, quelli avuti dalla coppia durante il matrimonio interrotto quando Buffon ha ufficializzato la sua relazione con Ilaria D’Amico.

Investimenti sbagliati
Buffon, ricorda Spy, aveva fatto alcuni investimenti sbagliati come quello nella società tessile Zucchi che è quotata in Borsa, ma l’operazione non ha dato i frutti sperati. Il campione, oggi legato a Ilaria D’Amico, ci avrebbe rimesso la bellezza di 20 milioni di euro. Anche l’albergo di famiglia Stella della Versilia, a Marina di Massa, avrebbe un andamento altalenante. Non contento, ha comprato la squadra di calcio Carrarese, altro disastro.
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La separazione con la Seredova
Proprio in questi giorni la Seredova era tornata a parlare della fine del suo matrimonio con Buffon, attraverso il settimanale Chi: “È come se la mia casa avesse preso fuoco e il mio unico pensiero fosse quello di portare in salvo i miei bambini. Lo scoprii proprio da Chi. Sono una che dice sempre la verità. Credo molto a quello che le persone mi dicono e, anche se non sono religiosa, se dico sì e giuro in chiesa, penso che quel giuramento sia sacro. Ma non voglio che si arrivi sempre a parlare di questo”.

La stoffa dell'imprenditore
La stoffa dell'imprenditore, però, resta. Da pochi mesi, infatti, Buffon si è lanciato in un nuovo investimento: produce vini pugliesi, in Salento. Speriamo che questa vada meglio.

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How would Western media have responded if it was reported that it was 'highly likely’ that US air strikes had killed the head of ISIS? We’d have been told, of course, how it proved that the US was the ’greatest nation on earth.' We'd also be reminded how grateful we should be that America - aka ‘The World’s Policeman’ - always went after - and got - ‘the bad guys.'.....

Just imagine… if the US (not Russia) had reportedly killed ISIS leader


How would Western media have responded if it was reported that it was 'highly likely’ that US air strikes had killed the head of ISIS?  We’d have been told, of course, how it proved that the US was the ’greatest nation on earth.' 
We'd also be reminded how grateful we should be that America - aka ‘The World’s Policeman’ - always went after - and got - ‘the bad guys.'
Then there would be those ‘We Came, We Saw, He Died'-style comments from leading US politicians. Donald Trump would be boasting about the killing for the rest of his life.

al-Baghdadi vs. Osama bin Laden - spot the difference

But Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of ISIS, was reportedly killed by Russian airstrikes, not US ones, so there hasn’t been much fuss made. In fact, many leading pundits and commentators didn’t even bother to tweet the news.
It’s revealing to compare the low-key coverage of the al-Baghadi story to the great fanfare which greeted the news that Osama bin Laden had reportedly been killed by US Navy SEALs in Pakistan in 2011. Then, large crowds - waving the stars-and-stripes - gathered in Times Square and other US cities to celebrate. Former President George W. Bush hailed a "momentous achievement." NATO Secretary Rasmussen lauded a "significant success." The media was equally euphoric. 'Got Him! Vengeance at last - US nails the bastard,' was the splash on the New York Post. ‘Justice has been done - US Forces kill Bin Laden,’ announced the Washington Post. ‘Rot in Hell’! Osama bin Laden killed in secret attack by US forces,’ exclaimed the Toronto Sun.
The headlines surrounding the killing of the head of ISIS, by contrast, have been rather more muted - and skeptical. ‘Russia claims to have killed ISIS leader,’ says Newsweek. ‘Little proof to back Russian claims they killed al-Baghdadi in air-strike,’ declared the Toronto Sun. ‘White House casts doubt on Russia’s claims it killed ISIS leader,’ reported Politico in an article that - surprise, surprise - made it straight to al-Baghdadi’s Wikipedia page.
Although it's true that we still don’t have physical evidence that the ISIS head honcho was killed in a Russian airstrike, it's worth pointing out that we never actually saw physical evidence of Osama bin Laden’s death either.
But it was the US government which claimed to have killed him, so skepticism did not feature in the newspaper headlines. In fact, any doubting of the official narrative in 2011 would have seen you dismissed as a crazy conspiracy theorist. If Uncle Sam says something is true, well, we are all expected to believe it. It’s all very different though if someone else claims to have killed the ‘bad guy’- particularly if the country in question is an ‘Official Enemy‘. Russia killing the head of ISIS doesn't fit the State Department-friendly narrative. So let’s either rubbish it or ignore it.

No need to hurry Theresa - we’re on your side!

Just imagine… if Labour had been the largest party in the House of Commons following the UK election on 8th June, but was nine seats short of a majority. And that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had then spent over two weeks trying to do a deal with the Irish Republican party Sinn Fein - who traditionally don’t take their seats in Westminster - to enable him to form a government. We can be sure that the pressure from the Establishment on Corbyn to step aside and let Tory leader Theresa May try and form a government would have been unrelenting. Elite pundits would be on TV 24/7 telling us that Corbyn attempts to form ‘a coalition of chaos’ was endangering our democracy.
But it’s Theresa May who has spent over two weeks desperately trying to get an agreement with a Northern Irish political party (the DUP), and there’s been no great pressure on her to ‘get a move on.’ It’s more a case of ’Take your time Theresa, whenever you’re ready.’  The Establishment is not always this indulgent of Prime Ministers trying to hang on to power following a loss of seats in a General Election. When Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown lost his majority in the 2010 general election he was told in no uncertain terms that he had to step down with immediate effect ‘for the good of the country.'
"In the space of five tumultuous days, Britain has gone from democracy as we know it to the brink of dictatorship," declared an editorial in the Sun newspaper as the ‘squatter’ Gordon Brown hung on. Other commentators accused Brown of trying to carry out a ‘coup’.
While it’s true that Brown polled a significantly lower share of the vote to May (29 percent to 42.3 percent) they were both Prime Ministers who lost their majority, but who still, post-election, had the possibility of staying on if they were able to pull off deals with other parties. But their treatment was very different. As Corbyn’s would have been - and indeed will be - if he finds himself in the same position as May next time.

'Target states bring terrorism upon themselves'

Just imagine... if there had been deadly ISIS attacks on Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, killing 13, and the Iranian President had issued a statement in response that declared, "we underscore that states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote... "
Elite newspapers would, I’m sure, be full of 'outraged' opeds saying that the comments showed the 'moral depravity of the Iranian regime.' Yet President Trump published those comments following ISIS attacks on the Tehran parliament and the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini and no one in the mainstream seemed particularly outraged - not even professional Trump-bashers.
What made his comments even more shocking is that Iran has been fighting ISIS terrorism in Syria. But of course we can’t really big that up, can we, as it goes against the neocon narrative of Iran being "the world’s number one sponsor of terrorism."
‘Target states’ like Iran can never be the innocent, undeserving victims of terrorist attacks, even when they clearly are. It’s also worth remembering that when the US was hit by the 9/11 attacks in 2001, the Iranian leadership strongly condemnedthe act of terrorism and candlelight vigils for the victims were held throughout the country. There was no talk of the US falling victim to an 'evil' which they had 'promoted.’ 

US shooting down YOUR planes inside YOUR own country is self-defense!

Just imagine… if the Syrian government and its allies had spent the past six years funding, backing and training anti-government radical Islamist 'rebels' in the US. Then the Syrian Air Force had started bombing the US and unilaterally declared its own 'De-Confliction Zones’ on American territory to protect its ‘assets’ on the ground. After this, a US fighter jet that was attacking what the US government called 'terrorists' in Texas was shot down by the Syrian forces. Would the action be called 'self-defense'?
 And if the US- and its allies- then said they would treat Syrian jets bombing the US as potential targets- would they be cast as the aggressors? I think not. But if we reverse the two countries around this is exactly what the US has been doing in Syria. They’re illegally bombing a sovereign state-but then say they’re acting in ’self-defense’ when that country’s military takes action  over its own territory.  The imperial arrogance is off the scale, but we’re meant not to notice.

Don’t mention who’s arming the war! (if the ‘good guys’ are responsible) 

Just imagine… if ‘the world’s worst cholera outbreak’ had broken out in a country which a close Russian ally had been bombing back to the Stone Age for over two years? And that the close Russian ally had been armed, trained and given logistical support by Russia. Don’t you think the Kremlin involvement would have been mentioned in this report here?

But Yemen has, since 2015, been under assault from a Saudi-led coalition, which has been been given every kind of assistance by the UK and US.
And because ‘we’ in the west are always ‘the good guys’ our responsibility for the human catastrophe in Yemen can’t be mentioned, in the same way as the UK/US role in transforming Libya into a terrorist-ridden failed state is also taboo. 

Strange silence of the anti-censorship brigade

Just imagine… if Russia, or Iran, gave the tiny country of Qatar a 10-day ultimatum to agree to 13 demands, which included taking the international broadcaster Al Jazeera off air and Qatar changing its foreign policy. That’s after Russia or Iran had imposed and got others to agree to a diplomatic and trading embargo on Qatar.
Popular Media pretty quiet as the west's best friend demands closure of @AlJazeera. Imagine the outrage if Russia pulled a similar stunt? https://twitter.com/ajplus/status/878221588549611520 
We can be sure that this obnoxious, bullying behavior would have made headlines around the world, and led to widespread condemnation as well as calls for military action against Moscow or Tehran.
But it's that very close Western ally Saudi Arabia giving the ultimatum to Qatar, so there's silence. Let's keep shtum about the ’threats to media freedom,’ and carry on tweeting our attacks on RT, shall we? 

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