Sunday, November 9, 2014

News Headlines (520) 27 October - 9 November 2014


27 October 2014 : You may accidentally offend someone close to you today -- but you can make it right pretty quickly. Just try to pay attention to signals you're receiving and you should know what to do. Your revolutionary scheme might be just what the boss ordered today, but you still must take a chance and communicate it to others. Your plan can't resolve the situation if your thoughts stay trapped inside your head. However, you may be fooling yourself if you think the magic will happen on its own. Unfortunately, you won't know what you can do unless you try. Luckily, your positive attitude and persistent determination are sensible antidotes to the current stagnation.

28 October 2014 : It's a really good time for you to make new connections and try to get others to share their perspectives. Your great energy is sure to make life more interesting for at least one person from far away. Although you start the day with plans of your own, you could end up playing a supporting role in someone else's story today. There are responsibilities that have your name on them -- and you know exactly what's expected of you. Nevertheless, you still may be secretly searching for an escape route. Although you might believe you can get away with a bit of self-declared play time, it's not a good day to test your theory. Apply your creativity to working within the system instead of trying to beat it.

29 October 2014 : Self-confidence may be in unusually short supply today, but you can still make a real difference. Fake it 'til you make it or just find someone close who truly believes in you. You may still be surfing slightly ahead of the cosmic wave, but the tidal backwash finally catches up with you today. You must set a sustainable pace at work or you might find yourself in over your head for the next few weeks. Even though this sounds counter-intuitive, your best strategy now is to slow down. Establish your priorities, map out your activities and then execute your plan with confidence.

30 October 2014 : You are even more driven toward success than usual -- so watch out, world! Things may start to speed up late in the day, but it's slow going until then. Expect greatness and it should arrive. It's time to face ghosts from your past, because things can become more difficult over the months ahead if you don't. It may be all too tempting to just ignore old memories, but they will continue to haunt you unless you find a way to positively integrate them into your current world. Although you might choose to seek harmony through your relationships with others now, true peace of mind cannot be found until you realize the balance you are searching for is within yourself.

31 October 2014 : You don't always love organizing people, but today you can tell that it's vital for getting anything done. Take all the time you need to get all your people on the same page -- it's worth it! Push your thinking around the corner of convenience and into the neighborhood of excitement. Even if there isn't a significant social component to your day, it's essential to give yourself the time and space to dream. But this isn't about sleeping the day away; it's about manifesting the greatest potential in your life. Hang out with friends who encourage your growth while you explore all the possibilities within your imagination.

1 November 2014 : You're struck by a vision that seems to be more compelling than you would have believed possible. It's one of those days when you need to make sure that you're focused on the right part of life. Hiding from the world sounds like a good idea today, but it's not possible if others are demanding all of your time. You can't ignore your commitments, so the sooner you push through your resistance the better. You are an integral part of a community and your lack of participation could send the wrong message now. Showing up as a team player doesn't mean you have to run the entire show. Luckily, you can still enjoy yourself by hanging back and letting someone else lead the charge.

2 November 2014 : You need to be extra careful when it comes to frustration -- it's way too easy to get caught up in your own emotional reactions to practical problems. Try to relax and breathe deeply when it comes. You are motivated to reconnect with your desires and act from the heart today, whatever the social cost. But you might discover you're too close to the edge when you find yourself flirting with the limits of acceptability. It could be frustrating if you can't execute your plan the way you've envisioned it. Don't sacrifice your authenticity, for your integrity is more important in the long run than anything else.

3 November 2014 : You can't quite make out what's going on with your people today -- so see if you can gain some clarity. It may take all day or even longer, but you are sure to find that things are better on the other. Your enthusiasm can burn away the cobwebs and clear the debris from your path today, but that doesn't mean you'll reach your destination easily. The Moon's return to your sign may have you riding waves of self-expression, but social etiquette could prevent you from acting on your desires. There are cosmic forces at work that might complicate your progress. Don't let the uneven pace discourage you; practicing perseverance now will be rewarded in the long run.

4 November 2014 :  You need to stretch yourself out a bit and see what you can make happen -- your amazing, fiery energy is pushing you in bold new directions. It's time to blaze a trail to success. Your emotions may be overwhelming now that the Moon is hooking up with crazy Uranus in your sign. Even if it sounds impossible, you want to experience the intensity of passion while simultaneously keeping your cool. Unfortunately, you can't play it both ways, even if you're afraid of what you must give up if you choose one over the other. Logic only takes you so far today, but trusting your instincts could put you in touch with what matters most.

5 November 2014 : Step right up and volunteer for service today -- you can tell that you've got what it takes to make a real difference. It's a good time to show others exactly what you are capable of and lead the way. Although this may be another hectic day, you might just appreciate the rapid pace at which it unfolds. The spontaneous Aries Moon is hot to trot, pumping adrenaline into your system. But rather than attempting to harness the energy for your own benefit, let it flow without trying to control its direction. An ingenious solution to a long-term problem could suddenly shock you with its simplicity. The less you resist change, the more you can enjoy the day.

6 November 2014 : Just because you're moving slowly doesn't mean you need to give up or quit the race. In fact, your pace is the smartest choice for the time being, as now and then everyone needs a recharge. Your drive to experience pleasure could make you feel unproductive, especially if you think that your fantasies are out of reach. Although you might be content with letting a few dreams pass you by today, it's apparent that your window of opportunity is closing fast. Apply the powerful light of the Taurus Full Moon in your 2nd House of Values to pursue satisfaction without sacrificing your sense of what is important. Whatever you do, don't become too complacent. Make your work count while the odds are still in your favor.

7 November 2014 : Your patience is tested early today -- and maybe for quite a bit longer! Just hang on to your goals and your sense of purpose, and you should find that things don't bother you as much. You can spin all the wheels you want, but it still may not be enough if someone isn't willing to accept what you have to offer. In fact, you might even be the one who is harshly judging your own shortcomings. Fortunately, this cloud of negativity should pass quickly if you don't waste time trying to measure up to unrealistic expectations. A more sensible strategy is to focus on doing the best you can today without concern for anything else.

8 November 2014 : It's time to accelerate! Your energy is pretty good, but the best way to make the most of it is to push yourself to try something totally new and outrageous. Go fast and see where you end up. Strong feelings create an undertow of tension now, setting into motion a sequence of events that pulls you off your desired course. If your day doesn't unfold as planned, there may be little you can do to make it go your way. No matter how many times you fix things, more problems keep popping up. Nevertheless, it's still wise to go through the motions to demonstrate your commitment to your path. Believe it or not, today's obstacles will likely be fading into the past by tomorrow.

9 November 2014 :  Things start to move more quickly today -- and you may be the only one who can keep up! Try not to worry too much about the weirdness of the day, but do get back to basics shortly. Today is your day to cultivate a potential romance or strengthen your current one as your feelings are illuminated by your words. Your fantasy life is rich now, which in turn can fuel the fires of romance. However, it all comes back to one critical realization: how you feel about yourself directly influences how you relate to others. This is not about bravado; it's about your sense of mental and emotional reality. Don't hold back; although you may take pride in your independence, life is often better when shared.

Oh oh oh, his legs are very long. Sexy. Yes, and sexy is always linked to the sex organs, Cisca! Oh, sure, I see. (Yes, and you do not need to rush to open up your holy books just because you're imagining his long penis, his broad chest, his big neck, his earlobes (without his wax of course ehehhe), his lips (with white teeth of course), his armpits (without perfume? ... mmmm ... dunno, when I was pregnant, I wanted to throw up every time to smell his armpit), his muscular thighs, his strong shoulders, and his fist, ... what else? Well, it already represents everything in him. Do you also want her internal organs, hm? Ahahaha ... of course, his brain! his brain! Especially his sexy bald head , mmmm mwahh ...

Ohlala, you will be called a duck if your legs look shorter than your neck. Shanana. And you will be called Flamingo if your legs look longer than your neck. Shanana.

Well, in the matter of short and length here is: this is a French Flamingo. Yesyes : Alain Soral! Alain Soral! Hooray! I'm still in love with him, hooray! Thank you God for all these feelings. I know you can put an end to all the beauty from my heart, but please, not now. I'm still not ready to tie all my dreams just to him,... well, why is there the black if the white is pretty fun, hm? Ehehheee... of course it is just a hypothetical example. The bottom line here is: self-image. Self-image, you know? You want to be a leader? Then you are required to strengthen your self-image, okay?

Meanwhile, you're still my faithful monkey, dahling... Ohh...


INDEPENDENT 31 October 2014 : Vladimir Putin cancer reports: Kremlin rep furiously dismisses speculation over Russian leader's health, tells media to 'bite your tongue' 
GUARDIAN 31 October 2014 : Fina defends decision to award its highest honour to Vladimir Putin
NY TIMES 31 October 2014 : Blaming the West for Things Gone Wrong, Mr. Putin Sings an Old Tune
BOING BOING 30 October 2014 : Vladimir Putin takes the gloves off
INDEPENDENT 31 October 2014 : Chelsea Handler uses topless Vladimir Putin photo to highlight Instagram nudity inequalities

TIME 20 October 2014 : Chechen Dissident: 'I Survived Abduction by Vladimir Putin's Agents'

CNN : Boehner: Bush would have punched Putin in the nose
NY TIMES 24 October 2014 : Putin Accuses U.S. of Backing 'Neo-Fascists' and 'Islamic Radicals'
GUARDIAN 28 October 2014 : Vladimir Putin’s Eurasian Economic Union gets ready to take on the world
SEATTLE GLOBALIST 30 October 2014 : Don’t tease the bear: Why we Russians love Putin more than ever
ITAR TASS 31 October 2014 : Political scientists say Putin plays key role in Russian "soft power"
DIPLOMAT 31 October 2014 : Putin Signals Russia's Shift to Asia
ANTI WAR 29 October 2014 : Putin's Complaint
GULFNEWS 30 October 2014 : Putin can't head any anti-US world order
AUTO BLOG 24 October 2014 : Porsche working on turbo V12 for Putin limo project?

Replacing Cabinet Ministers: Patterns of Ministerial Stability in Parliamentary Democracies -  JOHN D. HUBER Columbia University & CECILIA MARTINEZ-GALLARDO University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

BLOOMBERG 2 November 2014 : Ruble's Two-Minute Rally Shows Russia Guessed Wrong

■ 31 October 2014 : World War 3: Russia Simulated Attack On Denmark, Could Be Preparing European Invasion
■ 1 November 2014 : Michelle Obama Allegedly Told The President To 'Get Out' After 'Hitting' On Engaged Chicago Woman

MORNING STAR 31 October 2014 : France, Germany Ask Putin For Support

VOX 31 October 2014 : 9 real-life horror stories of people who disappeared and were never found

■ 25 October 2014 : Climate change caused by ocean, not just atmosphere
■ 27 October 2014 : Menopausal symptoms may be lessened with young children in the house
■ 28 October 2014 : Chimps plan ahead for a good breakfast
■ 29 October 2014 : Where you live doesn't matter if you have heart disease, study finds
■ 29 October 2014 : Scientists generate first human stomach tissue in lab with stem cells
■ 29 October 2014 : Why plants don't get sunburn
■ 3 November 2014 : Smoking is a pain in the back

■ 28 October 2014 : Avalanche on an asteroid, due to close pass with Earth
■ 29 October 2014 : Got charisma? Depends on your voice
■ 29 October 2014 : Butterflies learn to speak like ants

DAILY MAIL 31 October 2014 : Simply chic! Cindy Crawford nails off-duty style in cream jumper and brown skinny jeans as she makes her way through LAX

TELEGRAPH 26 October 2014 : Victoria Beckham named UK’s top entrepreneur, worth £210m  ||FORBES 31 October 2014 : Why Victoria Beckham Might Not Be Britain's Top Entrepreneur

HUFFINGTON POST 1 November 2014 : France's National Front Reaches Highest Membership Number Since Party Was Founded

NY TIMES 7 November 2014 : Defying Soviets, Then Pulling Hungary to Putin

ABC NEWS 31 October 2014 : 84-Year-Old Skydives for Birthday: 'I Felt Like an Angel Up There’'

COUNSELHEAL 31 October 2014 :  Meditation can help People with HIV

HUFFINGTON POST 25 October 2014 : The 10 Worst Airports In The World, According To Travelers

US MAGAZINE 30 October 2014 : Angelina Jolie Goes Bombshell Blonde While Filming First Scenes With Brad Pitt Since 2005

DAILY MAIL 6 November 2014 : Just what is it about Taylor Swift? As her album 1989 becomes the fastest selling record in TWELVE years Femail delves into why the girl from Pennsylvania is so popular

GUARDIAN 3 November 2014 : Pakistan-India border ceremony goes ahead after bombing || CBC 2 November 2014 : Pakistan bomb blast kills at least 54 near border crossing

GUARDIAN 5 November 2014 : Tom Hanks beware: typewriters spawned rubbish as well as great novels

TECH CRUNCH 3 November 2014 : More Yahoo Restructuring As Offices, Sales Teams Get Cut Across Europe And Asia

DAILY MAIL 3 November 2014 : 3 presidents press Burkina Faso on civilian rule

EURONEWS 3 November 2014 : The Aeromobil: living the flying car dream

■ 5 November 2014 : Governments sent 35,000 information requests to Facebook about its users in the first six months of this year - up 25% from 2013
■ 5 November 2014 : Wildlife filmmaker to be EATEN ALIVE by anaconda using snake-proof suit as cameras record it all

MD CONNECTS 17 February  2014 : Infant Appetite and Weight Gain is Genetic

LIVE SCIENCE 29 October 2014 : Magic Mushrooms Create a Hyperconnected Brain 

SLATE 8 November 2014 : Gorbachev: World on Brink of New Cold War, U.S. Guilty of "Triumphalism"

HUFFINGTON POST 8 November 2014 : The Bogus Achievement for the Palestinian State

■ Minecraft | SANDWICH MOD! (The Tallest Sandwich in the World!) | Mod Showcase. Published on Oct 25, 2014 by TheDiamondMinecart
■ Gmod: Halloween Training - How NOT to “Trick or Treat” (Garry’s Mod Sandbox Funny Moments). Published on Oct 24, 2014 by VanossGaming 

FILM &ANIMATIONS : The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Final Trailer – “Burn”. Published on Oct 29, 2014 by The Hunger Games

COMEDY : How The Avengers: Age of Ultron Teaser Should Have Ended. Published on Oct 30, 2014 by How It Should Have Ended  

► FILM & ANIMATIONS : Minions - Official Trailer (HD) - Illumination. Meet Stuart, Kevin and Bob as they embark on a journey for their new master in the Official Trailer for Minions. In Theaters July 10, 2015. Cast: Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm. Published on Nov 3, 2014 by Illumination

Divided Ukraine votes under shadow of war  
Rousseff vows dialogue after narrow Brazil win 
In 2014, Miss Uganda teaches women to get their hands dirty 
Sweden officially recognises Palestinian state 
Police: One dead, one injured in Virgin spaceship crash
► Former pole vaulter prepares to ride waves in Route du Rhum. Former pole vaulter Jean Galfione, prepares to take on the waves in his first solo transatlantic race -- the Route du Rhum. The bar is set high for the 43 year old, who has only been learning the ropes for 10 years.
41st annual Village Halloween parade in New York  
US daredevil completes Chicago skyscraper tightrope walk 
Munich prepares to mark Berlin Wall anniversary
Iranians hold anti-US protest in Tehran on day of Ashura 
Voting starts in US polls expected to deal rebuke to Obama 
French ministry visits the future Louvre Abu Dhabi
Kerry: US and China need long-term strategic vision
Voters across US go to the polls for key midterm elections ||How the Republicans won back Congress in US midterms ||Obama congratulates Republicans on midterm poll win  ||Obama hosts Congress leaders after midterm debacle

Ukraine rebel leader sworn in as head of separatist 'republic'
Russian ultra-nationalists rally in shadow of Ukraine war
Jewish extremists wait to enter Al-Aqsa mosque compound 
Teotihucan archeology discoveries to go on display in 2015 
Rendezvous with a comet 

Artist formerly known as Cat Stevens back on tour. The folk-pop legend Yusuf Islam - formerly known as Cat Stevens - is back on tour with a new album that mirrors the songs of his heyday, his love for the blues and his dual identity.

Islam does not forbid its people to hear, to sing or to play music, as long as the activity is not a crime or neglect of worship, right?

Kurdish forces continue fighting IS militants in Kobane

Oscar Pistorius Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison 
Raw: Shooting Inside Canadian Parliament || Canada PM: Terrorism Won't Intimidate Us

Raw: Bear Cub Strolls Through Oregon Drug Store

Tap Dancing Priests Rising to Internet Fame

Raw: Firefighters Rescue Horse From Pool

Kim Kardashian's Sexy Style
Kim, sorry. For me, you are very dull with the size of your breasts are too big. It seems like all of the contents of your head such as the brain, etc. move to your breasts. That's why you treat your breasts like your brain. You stroking them as when someone is busy thinking, right? Or you're just pretending to be confused because your brain mechanism is confusing you, hm?

So, no need to hold your big head in public, okay?

►'Gator Chris' Loves Helping Texas Alligators

Techy Tots Are Forefront of London's Baby Show
Raw: Dallas Zoo Welcomes Baby Male Giraffe
Posh and Pink: First Barbie Hotel Room in World
Hello Kitty Turns 40 With Convention in LA
Raw: Virgin Galactic Rocket Explodes, One Dead
Raw: Hundreds Set Day of the Dead World Record. Hundreds of Mexican men and women who dressed up on Saturday in Mexico City in the likeness of the "Skeleton Lady" known as Catrina established the Guinness World Record for most "Catrinas" gathered in one place at once.
Raw: Lava Stalls Short of Main Road in Hawaii 
Late Obama Push for Dems in Conn., Pa. Gov Races 
Raw: NASCAR Drivers in Huge Brawl After Race || Police Looking Into NASCAR Busch Allegation
1 World Trade Center Welcomes First Tenants 
Texas 'Snakeman' Trains Dogs to Stay Safe. Texas quail hunting season is here, and dog owners want their companions to avoid dangerous snakes that can cause serious injury or even death. So they take their dogs to 'de-snaking' clinics, like one Julian Weslow has been doing for 37 years.
Boehner Warns Obama: Don't Act Alone
Obama Authorizes 1,500 More Troops for Iraq 
SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden Sparks Debate 

GOP senators urge Obama to hold off on immigration
House Republicans Can't Find Anyone to Sue the President 
Illinois Dems dig deep to keep governor's office
Most expensive Senate race down to the wire in North Carolina  
Sen. Landrieu's remarks on race anger Republicans
Obama slams Republicans over minimum wage as vote looms
Russian flights over Europe raise tension: US military
Russia's flights over Europe: How much bark, how much bite?
Europe won't recognize vote in eastern Ukraine, Merkel tells Putin
Ukraine rebel vote drives further wedge between Russia and West
Clashes in West Bank as flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque reopens 
Is This How the Third Intifada Begins?
Sweden recognises Palestinian state, Israel recalls envoy
■ White House says Syria strategy working, policy on Assad clear
FSA has 400 fighters in Kobane, more to come: commander 
Hagel blasts US Syria strategy in memo: official
Expanded US role in Iraq? Not without Congress' OK
Immigration dispute erupts at White House lunch
For John McCain, new power to take on Obama
■ 'He's Going to Burn Himself'
Senate Democrats dump ads in Louisiana
Democrats lost ground among white voters
Some in GOP fear schism over Obama, immigration
Rand Paul is in a bind about 2016. What’s the problem?
The dragon and the bear: Xi, Putin form power duo at APEC
Putin seizes Ukraine, but loses Ukrainians
Do fascists truly trouble Putin? Depends which ones you mean
France vows firm support to Serbia on path to EU membership

STYLE : Meet the Stylist Behind Kate Middleton's Bold New Looks

10 Things - Scratching does make things itch more, and other nuggets. 10 things we didn't know last week 

The blind man leading the blind orchestra

UN chief defends returning Ebola aid workers
Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector
Drinking milk 'may not protect bones'
* Over-50s osteoporosis scale revealed
* Calcium pills pose 'heart risk' 

Parkinson's stem cell 'breakthrough'
Happiness 'dips in midlife in the affluent West'

The tiniest vampires in the world - Within a few metres of you, almost certainly, a vampire is feeding Vampyrella lateritia feeding on an alga
Tiny galaxy born in stellar crash  - A nearby dwarf galaxy was formed when two even smaller galaxies collided 
Male elephants have a sweet side - Thought to be aggressive loners, elephant males are surprisingly friendly Two male African elephants
Haa ... Glad to read the info related to the elephant. I share my joy with my baby about this animal. "My son, you see them? Elephants teach us about shape and weight. We can see skinny elephants with their large bodies, but it's difficult to see the fat ants with their little bodies."

So much else, I'm not sure on the assumption that those who are happiest are the fat elephants, because although their bodies are great, it does not mean that their bodies can hold the great happiness. And this leads me fable fantasy about an ant (fat or thin) with happiness (big or small) and an elephant (fat or thin) with happiness (big or small). For then I grin with a small feeling, "Geez, what the hell am I measuring? The bodies or happiness?"

Ehehheee... hello my dear readers, "Are you happy today?"

I want you all to know, I still fall in love with another man. It makes my body becomes very slim, because falling in love can increase my body's metabolism. For me, this time falling in love is an elephant. A stagnating relationship with my partner is an ant.

Well, do you have a playful mind about these two things? Tell me. (Please ask me. "I have! I have!")

Are 'oceans' hiding inside Earth? Did the mantle give birth to seas?
The truth about the paranormal -  Surprising benefits of believing in ghosts 
■ Dealing with dementia
Human vs superbug: Too late to turn the tide?
'Why I want to die at 75'

Charismatic speakers 'manipulate their vocal frequency'
Why scratching 'intensifies itching' - Itching and scratching a 'vicious cycle', say researchers
Could sound design help captive rhino breeding?

US mid-terms: Republicans win control of the Senate
Oh, tell me, who is the coolest Republican, hm? Is someone feeling cool there? Thumping? Impatient with the 2016? Mmm... apparently, 2016 is not for you, Democrats.

Dahling, now is the time for you to drop your pants!

BUSINESS : The musical key to keeping Argentina dancing the tango

Today's African Proverb
"Hold a true friend with both hands" - A Nigerian proverb sent by J Savage in the US

"There is no long road without corners" - A Swahili proverb sent by Nicodemus Bura, Singida, Tanzania
Ah, it's just your little attempt to manipulate this boredom. And the saddest thing of all this is a long road without a marker at all.  I'm heading to you. I do not know, within how long I can find myself with you. And there is no miracle at all on this long road, such as: Suddenly you end my long path, take my hand and say, "Now I'm here to shorten your long road in your long search."

Israeli artist under fire for '9/11' Netanyahu hijacker cartoon
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo crashes in Mojave desert killing pilot 
1,000 per month: US airstrikes fail to stem tide of foreign fighters
Risky business: Top 5 failures of US commercial space program (PHOTO, VIDEO)   
Abandoned by God? Italian churches turned into banks, bars, shops (PHOTOS)
Kerry calls Netanyahu to apologize for official's 'chickenshit' comment
We will never play by US rulesState Duma chief
Russia remembers victims of Stalinist purges
Merkel's diamond: 'Chancellor's trademark' hand gesture gets its own emoticon
FSA-turned-ISIS fighters tell RT they 'fight injustice as self-defense'
Global day for Kobani: Thousands march to support Kurds' fight against ISIS  
'Entire villages disappeared': Ebola deaths in Sierra Leone 'underreported'
ISIS eyes using Ebola as bio weaponSpain
Total darkness: Country-wide blackout in Bangladesh as power grid collapses (PHOTOS)
Why the Day of the Dead is not Halloween (PHOTOS) 
Ron Paul: 2-party US political system in reality a monopoly
Europe becoming irrelevant due to short-sighted anti-Russian policiesGorbachev  
New EU foreign affairs chief amplifies call for Palestinian statehood, warns of escalating tensions
US, NATO say no evidence of new 'Russian invasion' of Ukraine
'Crimea cradle of Russian Christianity': Key quotes from Putin's meeting with historians
Communists seek Jewish denouncement of oligarch over E. Ukraine raid sponsorship 
Obama loses the respect of Russianspoll

A third of Russians think Cold War did not end with fall of Berlin Wall
You do not keep your promise since the Cold War, America! You even fell asleep with announcing yourself as the winner by ignoring the fact that you had taken advantage of Russia's weakness at the time. So, you and Germany, do you think Putin has given up? If yes, then you're wrong. Actually Putin is conducting a change in his political style. Putin is not giving up, but he just lowers the tension to build a new base in diplomatic relations with you et al.

Russia has a serious personality, America! Well ... very faithful, somewhat stern, but gentle lover. Meanwhile, you have a rainbow personality: crazy, silly, unconventional, though I know, actually you secretly admire Russia, right? What is the meaning of world news without Russia and you? ahem ahem .. ahahaha ...

OP-ED : Putin demonized for thwarting neocon plan for global domination
BUSINESS: Putin: Russia, China close to reaching 2nd mega gas deal
IN MOTION : World's only surviving panda triplets in Chinese zoo
New EU foreign affairs chief amplifies call for Palestinian statehood during Gaza visit
Oops, Mr President! CNN typo 'Navy SEAL killed Obama' has Twitter in stitches (VIDEO)
'We want justice!' Protesters storm Mexico's presidential palace (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
ISIS chief 'critically wounded' in US air strike on extremist leaders' convoyreports   
Internet hacktivists hold global 'hackathon' in honor of Aaron Swartz's birthday 
Thousands of Israeli Arabs protest after cops shoot and kill 22yo (PHOTOS)
Homage to Catalonia: People defy Madrid to cast ballots in symbolic independence vote 
NATO has no money, capability to buy out Russia-bound Mistral warshipssource

Venture Capital: Call to Consolidate (E61)
At last. 200kph AeroMobil 3.0 flying car test flight

Face to Face with ISIS: RT speaks to jihadists in Lebanon (Exclusive)
So, who are behind you, ISIS? Zionists, USA, and the UK, hm? To the Muslims all over the world, you have to be careful. Beware of foul play and the Zionist conspiracy in the name of "Islamic struggle". Yet therein agenda is destroying you! Do not let them bomb your historical value's places for materials study as well as human studies in the future. You know it, the only solution to protect the Jewish state is to create enemies near its borders. Their intelligence agencies create a terrorist organization which is able to attract all the extremist world into one place, using a strategy called "beehive". It's the latest implementation to protect the Zionist entity by creating religious slogans and Islam. But we have to be smart to assess: the United States actually has a concern over the caliphate establishment, and they believe the caliphate becomes a global issue, its presence can threaten the U.S. existence. Of course, for you -- the Muslims -- the ISIS formation in Iraq has more dangerous message.

First, ISIS is designed with imagery that the caliphate is filled with violence. See how their lunge is so phenomenal. ISIS taxing civilians forcibly. The Christians who do not want to change their basic beliefs are forced to pay a quite high life assurance tax. So many abuses of human rights are violated by ISIS.

Secondly, the emergence of ISIS becomes international spotlight. Foreign media are so keen to preach the ISIS ugliness. By doing so, the world's opinion about the state of caliphate will converge on negative values​​. Ummah will be far from the real depiction of the caliphate. So if there are people who fight for their caliphate, then they will be labeled as extremists such as ISIS version.

Third, the U.S. intentionally financing the establishment ISIS as "water test" for Muslims worldwide. The U.S. wants to see how strong the Muslim spirit with the "promise of God". The majority of Muslims who are impatient for the coming of caliphate will flock and declare their loyal allegiance. This data is important for the US to be a reference in assessing the enthusiasm of Muslims in establishing the caliphate. By doing so, the U.S. actually getting ready to collect any form of its power to perpetuate its ideology of capitalism and dispels the worst possible which will disturb its existence. Yeah, who knows?

And you, no need grinning foolishly, Saudi Arabia! You have a lot of money, while the US has a great arsenal. What better combination than the intimacy between you two, hm? You, Qatar, and Bahrain are the donors to ISIS, right? And when you all give your support (both funds and weaponry) to various countries and groups in the Middle East, then of course you have calculated, what benefits will you get. And history has shown us. "The generous people" actually are the skilful agitators. The attackers now are the ISIS framers.

Muslims all over the world who come to join is just a tool. You know it, CIA! And you know it, too, Mr. Obama!


Red Waters: Faroe Islands Whale Slaughter (RT Documentary). The Faroe Islands, in the harsh north Atlantic, between Scotland and Iceland, are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. The diverse community of around 50,000 people has traditions dating back centuries and a remarkably low crime rate. Yet the Faroese are often called the last barbarians of Europe. Recent pictures of their bloody custom, the slaughter of pilot whales, went viral on the internet and in the media. Seeing marine mammals being killed and hacked into pieces while children play in the blood-red waters shocked the global community and sparked controversy. Animal activists enlisted celebrities to support a campaign against the killing of pilot whales. Unmoved, the Faroese are determined to continue their tradition and devise ever new weapons for killing the "grinds", insisting that it's no different to killing any other animal for food.

Polar bears ruin Halloween trick-or-treat plans in Canada
Steve Jobs iPhone monument dismantled in St.Petersburg 
Uncut Chronicles: Kobani. Kurds vs ISIS (SEPT-OCT 2014)

'2 parties, 1 philosophy': Ron Paul says no true democracy in US. Former congressman Ron Paul told RT in the midst of Tuesday’s midterm elections that the "monopoly of a one party system" is all too evident.

Chomsky: Nuclear war could happen, accidentally (EXCLUSIVE) ||  ■ Noam Chomsky: NATO became US-run intervention force

Gorbachev at Berlin Wall fall 25th Anniv: When Russia & Germany friends, Europe is at peace
Oh? You're not friends? ... ehehhe ... So, why do not you make friends, hm?

Inside Story - Israel-Jordan peace: At what price? 
Empire - War on Terror, War on Muslims? 
Inside Story - Can the War on Terror ever be won? 
The Gender Gap: Can the world be fair to women? 
Opioid wars  
People &  Power - Rebuilding Somalia  
Tibet calling 
Migrant rescue: All at Sea?
Journalism is the frontline 
TechKnow - Lungs in a box 
Germany: Economy in decline? 
Salva Kiir: 'I cannot bring peace alone' 
Burkina Faso: Uprising or military coup? 
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NEW DELHI – By marking the Cold War's end and the looming collapse of the Soviet Union, the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago transformed global geopolitics. But no continent benefited more than Asia, whose dramatic economic rise since 1989 has occurred at a speed and scale without parallel in world history.

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Indeed, China's phenomenal economic success – illustrated by its world-beating trade surplus, world's largest foreign-currency reserves, and highest steel production – owes a lot to the West's decision not to sustain trade sanctions after the Tiananmen Square massacre. Having vaulted past Germany to become the world's biggest exporter, China now is set to displace Japan as the world's second largest economy.

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A giant fork designed by Swiss artist Jean-Pierre Zaugg to commemorate Nestle's Alimentarium Food Museum's 10th anniversary has been set up on Lake Geneva. PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP/Getty Images
"Spoon and fork. See, they are a good pair with a different character. The spoon was softer than fork. Spoon is designed to not puncture, but scooped. The fork is designed to roll up and stab."

"As this meat. Stabbed. Eaten. Yum."

"Yes. You are a meat eater."

"Yes, while you do not like meat but fruits and vegetables."


"We are different."


"Such as spoons and forks."


"Spoon is you."

"And the fork is you."

"Can we touch each other?"



"Noisy. Grate."

"Be careful with your spoon and fork."

"Ah, you just ... well, see? Well, I guess we're just the same. I use this fork to help this piece of flesh to get into my mouth. And you use this fork so that these fruits go into your mouth."

"But you are not me."

"Sure. I am a man: a fork, for piercing the flesh: you."

"Shanana. There is a vagina in your head. There is a penis inside your head. Unfortunately, it's not your penis, my dear, nor your vagina, my dear. Damn you. You, too. Shanana."

"Well, do you know one thing, honey?"

"Nope. What is it?"

"Look at this fork. Do you think this is a dangerous thing?"

"It depends. After all, we often use it for cutlery."

"This tool can kill us, you know that?"



"Tell me how it can be."

"Tie a fork in front of locomotive with the sharp part leads to one's stomach. Run a train at high speed, then hit the fork to the person's stomach. I assure you, the person will surely die because of a harmless fork."


"Yes. Do ye now believe?"

"Believe in what?"

"In the story of a person, a fork and a train."

"Is this a story of suicide?"

"No, but killing the human with a fork."

"Killing the human with a fork? Okay. But, are you sure that someone will die just because a fork, and not because someone dies crushed by a train?"

"Not really, haha. I just want to emphasize one thing to you. No one can stop the pace of the train before it reaches the station."


Yes. And I was a fork for your spoon.

"Oh." Mmm ... what the hell are you? Is this is a kind of when-the-clouds-looking-for-the-rainbow-and-the-universe-teaches-everything? Oh dahling, why do not you write what's in your head in a letter to me? The title is : A Letter to Spoon from Fork, maybe? Or some sort of musings and daily inspiration about Spoons, Forks and Our Love Story? ehehhe... Spoons, forks and a tea towel seems as trivial stuff around us. We almost always use it when eating. I take a lot of time to use chopsticks when eating chicken noodle. I am always amazed, as well as surprised to see how nice the Japanese people eat rice with two chopsticks. Cutlery is actually a statement about our ability to restrain ourselves in the presence of immediate needs such as food. We can  suppress our hunger and allow our guests to eat first. You see, time to eat always be placed at the end in any celebrations and parties? So, repeating what has been told by Karl Marx, "Because humans are able to make the distance to their immediate needs, humans then basically open to aesthetics, open to a relationship, open to the beauty of life, friendship and so on. All living things need food to survive, but only humans who can resist eating on purpose. Only humans who can keep chatting or talking while eating. It states that humans have a longing, hopes and desires that go beyond their immediate needs. We are open to the vastness, open to others, other than the food. That is why, it's natural for us to invite others, family, friends and even close friend to eat. Since we can take the distance to food, then we can turn food into an expression of our desire to get closer to the people we love.  Do not ask me again.

"Stop answering me by simply saying "Oh".

For a moment he even did not need the slightest response from me. What he needed was just the sound of cutlery, and -- of course -- the sound of his train, coming from a distance. Choo choo choooo...

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"Thank you for your perception! I like your romantic side, even if I do not always comment and I'm glad that you're in my circle of friends."
(Courtesies by: Wolfgang A. Gerhardt)

Wolfgang A.Gerhardt : May be you like this Sunday collage

Cisca Zarmansyah : Before today, there never was a person doing this to me. You create a simple matter to look special. This is a special thing for me.

Cisca Zarmansyah : Thank you. I love it. I love you, my friend.

CieL- FreYa Ceastle : Hmm, he's so nice...

"I am me.
In all the world,
there is no one else exactly like me.
Everything that comes out of me
is authentically mine,
because I alone chose it --
I own everything about me:
my body,
my feelings,
my mouth,
my voice,
all my actions,
whether they be to others or myself.
I own my fantasies,
my dreams,
my hopes,
my fears.
I own my triumphs and successes,
all my failures and mistakes.
Because I own all of me,
I can become intimately acquainted with me.
By so doing,
I can love me
and be friendly with all my parts.
I know there are aspects about myself that puzzle me,
and other aspects that I do not know
-- but as long as I am friendly
and loving to myself,
I can courageously and hopefully
look for solutions
to the puzzles and ways
to find out more about me.
However I look and sound,
whatever I say and do,
and whatever I think and feel at a given moment in time
is authentically me.
If later some parts of how I looked,
and felt
turn out to be unfitting,
I can discard that which is unfitting,
keep the rest,
and invent something new
for that which I discarded.
I can see,
say, and do.
I have the tools to survive,
to be close to others,
to be productive,
and to make sense
and order out of the world of people
and things outside of me.
I own me,
and therefore,
I can engineer me.
I am me,
and I am okay."

(American Phychologist and Educator, 1916-1988)