God bless America

Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 18:35

direi che i rapporti fra USA e Russia sono proproi tesi, come Gano non manca mai di lamentare....

HP Enterprise let Russia review cyber defense software

Reuters is reporting that HP Enterprise (HPE) let Russian defense agents review the “inner workings” of ArcSight, its cyber defense software. The software, which is produced by HPE and used by the Pentagon, secures networks and detects potential computer security breaches.

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Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 18:32

C'è sempre un buon motivo per comprare:

Gun stocks rose following the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history Sunday night. At least 58 people were killed and more than 500 were injured after a man opened fire into a crowd at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas. Shares of Sturm Ruger (RGR) and American Outdoor Brands (AOBC), the parent company of Smith & Wesson, were up in midday trading on Monday. Gun stocks tend to get a boost following mass shootings because investors believe they will lead to tighter gun control, which in turn prompts gun users to buy more firearms before regulations change.

Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 17:48

Pana, lui è un esperto solo di negroidi.

Sugli altri non si è documentato a sufficienza

Il tweet di Trump sembra relativo ad una disgrazia accidentale, tipo un disastro aereo per condizioni meteorologiche proibitive.....neanche una sillaba sullo sparatore!


5 h5 ore fa

My warmest condolences and sympathies to the victims and families of the terrible Las Vegas shooting. God bless you!


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Re: God bless America  

  By: pana on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 17:45


i giornali sono gia sicuri al 100 % che non si tratta di terrorismo

ma chissa perche

la peggior strage degli stati uniti..possibile che non c entri l isis o qualche cattivo uomo nero?

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Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 16:01

Gazprom è diventata la società numero 1 al mondo nel campo dell'energia, dopo 12 anni di dominio Exxon.

L'idea che Trump sia stato eletto anche grazie all'aiuto di Mosca, una delle più peregrine che possano saltar fuori! ma come potrà mai essere venuta in mente? Fake news! fake news! Gazprom numero uno al mondo con l'amico Tillerson come Segretario di Stato è proprio solo una fortunatissima coincidenza!

Per fortuna Gano si preoccupa sempre delle tristi sorti del regno sulla Moscova....tutte quelle tremende sanzioni! poveri russi!

ExxonMobil Dethroned As Top Energy Company

Gazprom dethroned ExxonMobil as the top energy company in the world, according to the 2017 S&P Global Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings.

For 12 years, ExxonMobil was second to none. But that changed this year – Exxon was ejected from the top spot, and fell all the way to ninth place.


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Re: God bless America  

  By: antitrader on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 13:57

" è stata guidata da un rabbino "

Ecco, te lo raccomando proprio quello (il rabbbbino).



Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Lunedì 02 Ottobre 2017 11:17

Mi sembra evidente che il problema in America siano le tasse....


Sparatoria a Las Vegas al concerto, la fuga della folla
«Venti morti e almeno 100 feriti», colpito un sospettato

Re: God bless America  

  By: pana on Martedì 26 Settembre 2017 12:05


stupendo esempio di pace e convivenza,che abissale differenza con i politicanti da 2 soldi che puntano tutto su odio,divisioni e muri

NEW YORK – L’ultima parata musulmana di New York, la numero 32, è stata guidata da un rabbino. con l’obbiettivo di portare un messaggio di pace e integrazione. “Che possa essere un magnifico esempio: oggi anche io sono musulmano”, ha commentato il rabbino Schneier e presidente della fondazione Ethnic Undertanding.


As 3.5 million Americans languished without power in Puerto Rico this weekend, President Donald Trump turned his attention instead to NFL players who had decided to take a knee during the national anthem to protest injustice, bigotry, and police brutality in the U.S.

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. Out! He’s fired. He’s fired!’” the president bellowed at a rally for a special election in Alabama. The owners who fired players, Trump said, would quickly be among the most popular men in America.

Trump directed some of the harshest words of his presidency not at ascendant neo-Nazis or even opposition politicians, but peaceful NFL stars, many of them black, taking a knee to bring attention to a cause they care about deeply. What makes this so unique is that it wasn’t a Joe Biden hot mic moment: It was an intentional attack on free speech.

The outrage was instantaneous. Athletes and entertainers expressed their disgust. Soon, the remarks became a national, and even international, discussion.

Then came Sunday. It was the largest single day of protest in NFL history. Instead of Colin Kaepernick taking a knee, 19 teams had about 200 players who participated in protests of some kind; many took a knee or had a seat during the national anthem. Three teams opted not to come out for the anthem at all.

And they weren’t alone: The protesting players were joined by owners, some of whom even decided to go down to the field to lock arms with their players as a form of solidarity. Front offices from team after team blasted Trump’s words at the Alabama rally in official press statements and tweeted infographics — all saying some version of how much they disagreed with Trump’s divisive tone or rhetoric.

And that’s where we have to pause.

The popular demands on NFL executives and owners to speak out against Trump seem strange. Most NFL owners and general managers are unknown to your average American. But here’s the thing: What Trump said about NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem was hardly different from what NFL owners have not only said, but actually done to Kaepernick.

And the team executives have been public about their feelings, though only while hiding behind the cloak of anonymity. Mike Freeman, of the sports site Bleacher Report, has been reporting on the intense hatred among NFL team front office employees.

One general manager told Freeman, of Kaepernick, that he estimated a clear majority of NFL front offices “genuinely hate him and can’t stand what he did” — kneeling for the national anthem. “They want nothing to do with him. They won’t move on.” The same general manager went on to say that many of the other teams’ executives were afraid to put Kaepernick on their roster because “Trump will tweet about the team.”

And that general manager was not alone. Another front office executive called Kaepernick “a traitor.” Yet another said, “He has no respect for our country. Fuck that guy.” Another executive said he would think about resigning his position if a team owner asked him to sign Kaepernick. One general manager summed up the feeling among NFL team executives: “In my career, I have never seen a guy so hated by front office guys as Kaepernick.”

All seven team executives interviewed by Freeman for one piece said they believed 90 to 95 percent of NFL front offices agreed with their harsh takes on Kaepernick. One even said Kaepernick was the most hated player since Rae Carruth, who is still in prison for plotting to murder his pregnant girlfriend.

Most of the comments came a year ago (and some this spring). What those team executives predicted has come true: Not a single team has signed Kaepernick, not even for the league minimum, not for a backup or third-string position. Kaepernick didn’t even get the chance to audition his skills in a workout. Even those teams who desperately needed a starter or an experienced backup, in the words of Minneapolis sportswriter Jim Souhan, “decided that they prefer comfortable losses to uneasy victories.”

Kaepernick has been effectively banned from the NFL by owners and management who hate his guts like they do traitors and murderers.

That’s why what happened yesterday was perplexing. Some of the team owners showing solidarity with their players had made million-dollar donations to Trump’s inaugural committee, knowing full well where he was coming from. And many of the same team executives who were releasing statements and locking arms in support of players have shown their own disdain for Kaepernick — some, presumably, were the same ones who trashed him to Bleacher Report, others simply failed to show Kaepernick solidarity by refusing to give him a shot at playing again.

Trump learned his disdain for protesting players from them. Way before he called protesting players sons of bitches, the team executives were saying, fuck Colin Kaepernick.

Never mind that Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, the two best quarterbacks in the game, say Kaepernick should be in the league. Never mind the fact that some teams are still winless with quarterbacks who are struggling through every single quarter. Before Trump said a single word in Alabama, those teams had already shut Kaepernick out.

What the NFL players did yesterday was genuine — real solidarity with one of their own. But what most of those team owners and general managers did was marketing. It was, in the words of ESPN’s Howard Bryant, “performance art.” It looked and felt real, but was as counterfeit as a $3 bill. These owners and general managers put on a beautiful show yesterday, but as long as Kaepernick, in the prime of his physical career, is unemployed, they clearly lack the courage of their convictions. Kaepernick should’ve been on the field yesterday.

In March, one general manager told Bleacher Report’s Freeman, “I think some teams also want to use Kaepernick as a cautionary tale to stop other players in the future from doing what he did.” Despite the owners and managers, they failed. This much is clear: Colin Kaepernick’s quiet bravery has sparked a movement that refuses to die.

Top photo: Daniel Snyder, the owner of Washington’s NFL team, st

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Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Domenica 24 Settembre 2017 09:29

A quei numeri non credo proprio, ma quello che è invece abbastanza sicuro è che si assisterà ad un fragmentamento della società in diversi gruppi omogenei fra loro.

Lo si vede già ora. Nei licei non c'è praticamente alcun immigrato, mia figlia o mia nipote, liceali, non hanno nessun amico che non sia italiano. All'università non parliamone.

Lo stesso accade quando uno esce la sera o va in vacanza. E' assai raro che non ci siano solo italiani.

Perfino i filippini, che sono tantissimi a Milano, non si mischiano minimamente con gli altri.  per non parlare ovviamente dei cinesi.

Ma l'idea che questa fragmentazione abbia chissà quali conseguenze negative è falsa. Tant'è che ci sono nazioni omogenee forte e deboli, nazioni eterogenee forti e deboli.




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Re: God bless America  

  By: Morphy on Mercoledì 20 Settembre 2017 20:59

E' si certo, il fatto che nei posti chiave ci siano sempre loro è una prova inconfutabile che sono una razza geneticamente superiore. Tipo una roba divina insomma... un po' come i democristiani in Italia che sono unti da Dio in persona...


Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Mercoledì 20 Settembre 2017 15:23

hashanà haba'a b'yrushalayim, cioè L'anno prossimo, a Gerusalemme

Non c'è niente da fare, sono proprio una razza superiore....ovunque li metti prosperano....e si distinguono per l'impertinenza!


"L’artefice del discorso pronunciato martedì a Palazzo di Vetro da Donald Trump è ancora lui: il 32enne Stephen Miller, senior advisor del presidente nonché capo dell’ala nazionalista che ha guidato le crociate contro musulmani, immigrazione e cosmopolitismo ha già scritto importanti discorsi del presidente, come quello sull’Islam pronunciato a Riad e quello sulla Nato, oltre ad essere stato l’autore del controverso «travel ban».

Le origini e gli studi

Nato da una famiglia di ebrei liberal della California, Miller ha abbracciato le tesi più conservatrici sin dagli anni del liceo nella progressista Santa Monica. In quel periodo si impone come provocatore e bastian contrario dalle posizioni oltranziste.



con lo stesso cognome troviamo ad esempio

Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Management Committee, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors - Gazprom



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Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Mercoledì 20 Settembre 2017 12:13

Prima dice che sono una fabbrica di delinquenti, poi dice che Dio deve benedirli....tutto un bla bla....magari gli fa uno sconto sulla fattura del muro....

14 h14 ore fa

God bless the people of Mexico City. We are with you and will be there for you.

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Re: God bless America  

  By: DOTT JOSE on Venerdì 08 Settembre 2017 09:13

24 bottiglie di acqua a 180 dollari, eccome come si diventa l'uomo più ricco del mondo

Amazon, il più grande negozio online del mondo, è accusato di aver quadruplicato i prezzi di bottiglie d’acqua prima dell’arrivo dell’Uragano Irma per i clienti della Florida, che erano interessati a fare acquisti per aumentare le scorte di beni di prima necessità. A pochi giorni dal ciclone gli abitanti delle zone a rischio hanno cominciato ad acquistare generi alimentari. Sui social network in tanti hanno denunciato un anomalo ed eccessivo rialzo dei costi. Qualcuno ha segnalato il rialzo di una confezione di acqua Aquafina a 20 dollari dai precedenti 6. Altri un aumento del prezzo dell’acqua Dasani. E di quella Nestlé. Su Twitter è spuntato uno screenshot di un gallone di acqua distillata Deer Park a 22 dollari. E la denuncia di un costo di spedizione per una confezione di 24 bottiglie pari a 179 dollari.

Re: God bless America  

  By: gianlini on Venerdì 08 Settembre 2017 08:21

PBoC: rafforza yuan per decima seduta consecutiva
MILANO (MF-DJ)--La Banca centrale cinese ha rafforzato lo yuan nei confronti del dollaro per la decima volta consecutiva, stavolta dello 0,4%. Si tratta della striscia di rialzi piu' lunga dal gennaio del 2011.
    Nel dettaglio la PBoC ha fissato il cambio tra il biglietto verde e la valuta di Pechino a 6,5032 rispetto a quota 6,5269, con il renminbi sui massimi dal 12 maggio 2016 nei confronti della moneta statunitense.

Re: God bless America  

  By: pana on Giovedì 07 Settembre 2017 12:40

twitti twitti pure che intanto gl americani si stanno accorgendo chi han votato..


The number of Americans who say they hold positive views of President Donald Trump has dropped to its lowest point since his inauguration, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Wednesday.