Poland: Leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski Differs from President Andrzej Duda on Revisions to Judicial Bodies, Reorganizing the Supreme Court — Will Offer Counter-Proposal

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WARSAW, Poland — Poland’s top politician says he and the nation’s president differ on the shape of an overhaul of judicial bodies that is at the heart of Poland’s standoff with the European Union.

The head of Poland’s ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, made the comment hours before President Andrzej Duda is to present his proposals for reorganizing the Supreme Court and a top judicial body.

Duda has vetoed bills proposed by Kaczynski’s party and says he will hammer out his own proposals, angering Kaczynski.

Protesters see the ruling party’s plans as subjecting judges to political influence, in violence of EU rules.

Kaczynski said in an interview published Monday that his meeting last week with Duda over his proposals exposed a “far-going difference of views.”

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Brexit: Fresh round of negotiations to take place

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Davis and Barnier
The last round of talks was held in August. Reuters photo

Brexit Secretary David Davis will lead the UK team of negotiators into their fourth round of talks with EU officials in Brussels on Monday.

It will be the first opportunity for the European delegation to respond to Theresa May’s speech in Florence.

Mrs May aimed to restore momentum to a process that was stalling.

Key figures such as EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier described her tone as constructive, which should improve the atmosphere of the talks.

But EU negotiators will be expecting more detail on, for example, what payments the UK is prepared to make as it departs.

Next month, EU leaders are due to decide on so-called separation issues – including the rights of citizens, the Irish border and the “divorce bill” or financial settlement – to allow talks to move on to the future of…

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The Beast computers are now in place

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RubysTableTalk
Published on 8 Sep 2014

There is a main computer that stores all the info on everyone of us worldwide, it is called THE BEAST. But this is not the Beast who is a person in the bible, it is only part of his system that has now been put into place.

IBM developing 150-petaflops supercomputers for national labs
http://www.kurzweilai.net/ibm-develop…

iPhone 6 release date, news, rumors, specs and price
http://www.trustedreviews.com/news/ip…

What did this man put in his hand?
http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/08/2…

NFC Chip in iPhone 6 to Replace Wallet with Pay by Touch Ability
http://www.sagmart.com/news/Mobiles/n…

Microchip implant ahead of iPhone 6 release
http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/dig…

Thank you to my friend Merner for help with this video

BEAST Corp. 2017 – ☠ The Real SkyNet – 👁 Complete Global Internet Systems

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Published on 3 Jan 2017

Nicholson1968
Gibborim… GIBR – Altar.. Jews Gate.. Pillars of Hercules. Men of Renown… the 101.. the cradle…

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Germany: AfD leader praised the Nazi Wehrmacht

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Original Source: Written By Johannes Stern WSWS.Org

Just days before the federal election, the consequences of Germany’s return to a policy of war and militarism are becoming ever more apparent. At a meeting of the right-wing extremist Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the state of Thuringia at the beginning of September, the party’s leading election candidate, Alexander Gauland, called for Germany’s Nazi past to be seen in a positive light.

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Long đong chợ nổi Việt Nam

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English: Vietnam floating market struggles to stay above water

Một người đàn ông sống trên thuyền đang ngáp dài khi nằm trên võng trong khoang thuyền ở một nhánh sông Hậu tại chợ nổi Cái Răng, Cần Thơ, một thành phố nhỏ của đồng bằng châu thổ sông Mê Kông

Sửa chữa các loại cân đĩa từng là công việc kinh doanh khá tốt trên chợ nổi Cái Răng Việt Nam, nhưng người thợ cuối cùng trên sông hiện nay chỉ kiếm được vài đôla (vài trăm nghìn đồng) một tháng vì cuộc sống hiện đại đã khiến những người buôn bán chuyển lên đất liền.

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How to get the right to use lyrics in books

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lyrics blogI imagine every writer has considered the use of song lyrics in their fiction. Music is so much a part of our lives. It can capture the mood, set the time period, connect the reader to a kind of collective memory.

I’ve always been told it couldn’t be done. Every author blog (like this one) and writer’s group I’ve ever known says it’s a headache best avoided. And maybe they’re right when it comes to most musicians, but I got permission from Ani Difranco. Here’s how:

  1. I found the email address of her management on her website.
  2. I ignored internet advice and skipped the legalese, writing a fan gushy request I didn’t honestly expect to hear back from.
  3. I got a reply from her management asking for more specifics.
  4. I replied with the legalese I should have included in my first email, along with more about my publishing…

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The Florence flop – UKIP’s call to arms.

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Mon UTC, 25 Sep 2017
posted by Tapestry
‘Is that it?’ said Florence

So, how was it for you, the Florence Flop? For me it was – I realised afterwards – exactly like watching England play football. An inescapable patriotic urge to hope for a good performance, followed by a long, slow realisation that once again it isn’t going to happen, that these people are not as good as they ought to be, that the other team is not going to roll over.

And finally the death of hope, and that head-in-hands moment when you realise they have done it to you again.

Thank you Prime Minister. Thank you also Lord Mandelson, Ken Clarke, Keir Starmer and all the assembled Remainers who were beaming with startled delight yesterday. Thank you Michel Barnier, Guy Verhofstadt and, especially, Emmanuel Macron. You have made the position absolutely, abundantly clear.

The UK Government Brexit…

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