By Dialogo December 03, 2010 I think it is a disaster at this era of the XXI century that the Government of Nicaragua has made up this supposed boundary problem with a country like Costa Rica which invades with military forces against one that has no army to disgracefully receive favor in relations with the establishment of Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia, how ignorant of these countries, like the King of Spain told Chavez, â€œWhy donâ€™t you shut up?â€ I would say â€œWhy donâ€™t you stop screwing everyone else and live like dogs in your own home and not in the neighborhood. This is like returning to the colonial times and times of conquests by ignorant people and the starving conquistadors of that barbaric time. When Costa Rica is an actual example of a democratic country for more than 60 years without the scumbags which are the military that run all of the underdeveloped countries of Latin America, what are they good for if they are only starving the people. Personally to me CR IS THE SECOND SWITZERLAND in America and it merits imitation, and it is a challenge for the other developed countries â€“ come up with a solution worthy of civilized people who have evolved. I believe that in reality Daniel Ortega is a complete royal mess he hasnâ€™t noticed that what he wants to do is finish destroying the country and the one that it should matter most to is this same Daniel because the people of Nicaragua have blood running through their veins not water and wonâ€™t tolerate such stupidity he is better off stopping these plans which will only destroy and bring pain to the families of the young at the mercy of the selfish. I am from Nicaragua and he is bad without any knowledge of governance I donâ€™t know, do we allow this, my people letâ€™s act the way we should. Donâ€™t let our rights be violated, letâ€™s show them that we love our Nicaragua. I lost an uncle in the last war and I would want any more misfortune for my country. I now live in COSTA RICA but I love my country. President Daniel Ortega has asked Nicaraguan lawmakers to pass emergency laws to give him greater power to mobilize troops, amid a surge in tensions over a border row with Costa Rica. The move has alarmed some analysts who see it as a bid by Ortega to take advantage of the diplomatic spat to concentrate more power in his own hands. Nicaragua’s constitution bars mandatory military service, but the proposed laws would allow Ortega to order a “national mobilization” during conflicts or natural disasters. The proposal would make “all human, technical and material resources that fall under the defense plan” subject to such mobilizations and any asset or public official considered useful for national defense “will be put under the control of the Nicaraguan Army.” Former president Arnoldo Aleman said it appeared that Ortega was trying to reestablish the state security and mandatory military service that existed during the leftist Sandinista revolutionary government he led from 1979-1990. The move comes amid a border dispute with Costa Rica that has prompted Nicaragua to send troops to the San Juan River, which forms most of its southern frontier with Costa Rica. The Washington-based Organization of American States has called a meeting of foreign ministers for December 7 in Washington to try to defuse the tensions. The two neighbors have clashed since the 19th century over navigation rights on the San Juan River. The International Court of Justice last year ruled that Nicaragua had sovereignty over the river, but that Costa Rica also had the right to freely use the waterway for tourism and trade. The court also rejected Costa Rica’s request that it be allowed to deploy armed patrols along the river.
29SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The National Credit Union Foundation so far has handed out more than $22,000 in direct financial aid to credit unions, their staffs and members that have been affected by wildfires in Northern California.The foundation has processed a number of disaster relief grant applications, including many that have requested aid for Mendo Lake CU, Ukiah, Calif., whose employees and members have seen some of the most harmful effects.“Heartbreaking stories of homes ‘burned completely’ down to the foundation and/or all personal belongings lost are pouring in,” the foundation wrote on its blog. “One application noted not just that they lost belongings, but 31 years’ worth of belongings. Some things you can’t put a price on.”In a comment on the foundation’s blog, Richard Cooper, Mendo Lake CU president/CEO, described what the funding meant to his credit union. continue reading »
On 43.3 hectares in the Mission Beach hinterland, 48 Reichardt Rd in the locality of Silkwood comes with its own cool, deep swimming hole fed by the pristine spring waters from the adjoining World Heritage National Park.Mr Williams said the three-bedroom timber home was solid and constructed with French doors and windows throughout. The 12m long and 3.5m wide veranda is stunning with views down towards one of two permanent creeks on the property.“At 200ft above sea level the home is situated in the centre of the property, with panoramic views out to the coast,” he said.“Other features include a four-bay powered shed, 38,000L rainwater tank and mature tropical fruit trees such as avocados, mangosteen, citrus, jackfruit and lychees. There are birds and wildlife to spot, plenty of privacy and the opportunity to take advantage of the unique eco-tourism potential.” On 43.3 hectares in the Mission Beach hinterland, 48 Reichardt Rd in the locality of Silkwood comes with its own cool, deep swimming hole fed by the pristine spring waters from the adjoining World Heritage National Park.NESTLED in the foreground of Japoon National Park and Tully Gorge National Park lies a home and sprawling land that will entice even the most hardcore citydweller for a peek at what life could be like.On 43.3 hectares in the Mission Beach hinterland, 48 Reichardt Rd in the locality of Silkwood comes with its own cool, deep swimming hole fed by the pristine spring waters from the adjoining World Heritage National Park.Ray White Mission Beach agent Dick Williams said it was an exciting opportunity to list the idyllic property just 30 minutes from Mission Beach, 15 minutes from Kurrimine Beach and 30 minutes from the business centre of Cassowary Coast capital Innisfail. On 43.3 hectares in the Mission Beach hinterland, 48 Reichardt Rd in the locality of Silkwood comes with its own cool, deep swimming hole fed by the pristine spring waters from the adjoining World Heritage National Park.“The owners have moved onto the coast because they needed more space for cattle. They had a great life bringing up the family there,” he said.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“I think it’s really appealing to people from Cairns or the greater region, it’s an escape, something for someone to get to on the weekend — it has a decent home and shed. “It’d be lovely for someone who is locked in Cairns for work to have this place that they can escape to on the weekend.”There are 25 acres of cleared land including a fenced eight-acre and one- acre paddock. Another 15 acres could be cleared with minimal effort. There is also 40 acres of old growth rainforest with Silky Oak and other species.
Counter Logic Gaming (CLG), has announced a new partnership with the high-speed internet provider, Spectrum.As part of the deal, Spectrum will outfit the CLG performance centre with dedicated Fiber Optic Internet service and will become a presenting partner of the centre’s newly renamed, Spectrum Gaming Lounge.Nick Allen, COO of CLG spoke about the deal: “We’re extremely proud to partner with Spectrum and to usher them into the esports industry, esports exists because of the internet and it only makes sense that we work with an industry leader such as Spectrum. Every millisecond matters in esports and we wanted to provide our players with the best possible training environment.”As part of the deal, Spectrum will also feature across CLG social media channels and live streams, though the internet provider will not feature on the teams’ jersey.Adam Hobbs, Director of Marketing of CLG had this to say: “The internet is central to everything we do here at CLG and Spectrum allows our entire staff and players here at the CLG Performance Center to work efficiently and without interruption, when you have multiple teams practicing and playing here and a sizable staff running CLG’s operations, you don’t want bandwidth to ever be an issue.”Spectrum joins a host of CLG partners including, Twitch, OMEN by HP, Corsair, Squarespace, Legendary Builds and Flexfit.Esports Insider says: The internet is the lifeblood of esports, so partnering with an internet provider is a no-brainer for a brand like CLG. Plus clinching the naming rights to the CLG performance centre is a smart bit of business by Spectrum, much akin to a football team selling their stadium naming rights.Sign up to our newsletter!
only a few more picks left in the first round lets see if i can beat him on these last ones— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) June 21, 2019they let me in the @YahooSports more JC Bombs on the way!! Stay tuned!! pic.twitter.com/vbrvbW0yhy— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) June 21, 2019Clarkson’s offseason predictions didn’t start on draft night. Earlier in the week, he predicted the landing spots for free agents Kyrie Irving, D’Angelo Russell and Julius Randle. DLO to PHX KYRIE TO BRKLYN JULIUS TO BRKLYN— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) June 15, 2019Clarkson was selected 46th overall in the 2014 NBA draft by the Wizards. He was traded later that night to the Lakers for cash considerations.Unfortunately for him, he wasn’t able to break the news of his own trade. 2019 NBA DRAFT:Top 60 big board | Complete list of resultsClarkson tweeted out rumored picks before they were announced and signed each tweet with “league source tells JC.”im the lightskin woj i got to start tweeting these picks— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) June 21, 2019Orlando is focused on Auburn’s Chuma Okeke at No. 16, league source tells JC— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) June 21, 2019Oklahoma City has traded the No. 21 pick to Memphis, league source tells JC. Memphis is targeting Gonzaga’s Brandon Clarke with No. 21.— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) June 21, 2019Clarkson worked hard to break news before anyone else. As the first round came to a close, he encouraged followers to stay tuned because more “JC bombs” were on the way. It is common for followers of Wojnarowski to refer to his breaking news as “Woj bombs.” The NBA Draft is always a crazy event for local and national reporters around the league trying to score scoops. They probably didn’t expect competition from a player.Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson decided to get in on the action Thursday night by doing his best Adrian Wojnarowski impression on Twitter during the 2019 NBA Draft.