Thursday, June 16, 2016

Naresh-This week, Republicans in Congress

Naresh —
This week, Republicans in Congress asked for a moment of silence for the victims of the shooting in Orlando. Democrats in the House of Representatives refused. They would not stand silent, they said, about the work it’s going to take to end the nation’s gun violence epidemic.
Then, Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut and other Senate Democrats launched a filibuster, saying they would not yield the floor until Republicans agreed to debate legislation that would keep guns out of the hands of suspected terrorists and require comprehensive background checks for gun purchases.
They’re going to hold the floor of the Senate and keep talking until Republicans listen — or until they can no longer stay on their feet.
We need to stand with them — will you add your name right now to stand with Hillary and Democrats in Congress to call for immediate action on gun violence prevention?

Christina Reynolds
Deputy Communications Director
Hillary for America

TV Channels CREATING Mischief of Migration

US ,Norway, Poland mission againt ISIS

US and Norway have launched a de-mining initiative to clear parts of Iraq and Syria from explosives planted by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), the US Department of State said on Wednesday.  US intends to provide an additional $10.8 million this year to clear portions of Iraq liberated from IS occupation and spend up to $8 million next year to do the same in liberated portions of Syria, Sputnik reported, citing the statement.
Norway will allocate $9.8 million for mine action in 2016, with a particular focus on aiding Iraq and Syria. Oslo plans to increase its financial support for global de-mining by $15 million in 2017.
Polish F-16 aircraft could take part in a fact-finding mission against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) before the July NATO summit in Warsaw, according to Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz. The move will be Poland’s contribution to the international coalition that is fighting against Islamist militants, Radio Poland said. The Polish president will take the final decision on the country’s mission in the Middle East.

NATO unity,on anti-Russia sentiment

Race of spying each other on increase between NATO -Russia, further anti Russians sentiment to increase military spending to bind the EU on surge. Brexit referendum shall fail to bind EU on the terms to retain its global presence along with other EU powers.
Claims by NATO that Russia is violating mechanisms of military transparency in Europe are an attempt to raise anti-Russia sentiment in order to increase the alliance’s military spending, according to the Russian Defense Ministry. Earlier on Wednesday, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the Russian Army’s snap military drills and combat capability checks were jeopardizing transparency and predictability, Sputnik reported. “The degree of Russophobic hysteria has been sharply increased by some representatives of the alliance ahead of the NATO summit in Europe,” said ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov. “It is obvious that the true purpose of these statements… is intentional boosting of panic and maintaining of the image of a treacherous enemy.”

Disney opens ‘distinctly Chinese’ park in Shanghai

Walt Disney Co. opened its Shanghai theme park Thursday, its first in mainland China. The $5.5 billion investment is intended to promote tourism and other service industries at a time of slowing economic growth, AP reports. The park, seen as “authentically Disney and distinctly Chinese,” should generate some $1.5 billion to $4.5 billion a year in revenue, said Drexel Hamilton analyst Tony Wible. Disney’s international parks in Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo haven’t made a profit in six of the past 10 years, according to Wible

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