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Τρίτη, 17 Μαΐου 2011

Η Καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Τρίτη 17 Μαϊου 2011 *

Η Καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Τρίτη  17 Μαϊου  2011  :
* * Ο Θεός προτιμάει την ευσπλαχνία για όσους  μετανοούν και την καταδίκη  για τους αμετανόητους .- (Μέγας Βασίλειος ).-




** H ZΩΗ ΜΑΣ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΠΡΑΓΜΑΤΙ ΕΝΑ ΠΕΤΑΓΜΑ … :
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**Θαύμα στο Ανδρομονάστηρο στα Πετράλωνα Μεσσηνίας : 


700.000 ΕΥΡΩ ΑΠΟ ΤΟ ΕΣΠΑ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΑΝΑΣΤΗΛΩΣΗ ΜΕΣΣΗΝΙΑΚΟΥ ΜΝΗΜΕΙΟΥ ΤΟΥ 13ΟΥ ΑΙΩΝΑ
* Κάθε Πρωτομαγιά και ανήμερα του Σωτήρος (6 Αυγούστου) το Ανδρομονάστηρο, ο σπουδαίος αυτός βυζαντινός γείτονας της Αρχαίας Μεσσήνης, συγκεντρώνει πλήθη, όχι μόνο σε ανάμνηση της παλιάς ζωντανής Μονής Μεταμόρφωσης του Σωτήρος, αλλά και γιατί βρίσκεται σε ένα ειδυλλιακό τοπίο με πλούσια βλάστηση, πέτρινα γεφύρια και πεντακάθαρα τρεχούμενα νερά. Δροσερό πόσιμο νερό αναβλύζει και μέσα από το Καθολικό του συγκροτήματος. Το ιερό έχει κτιστεί πάνω από μια πηγή, η οποία ξεδιψούσε αιώνες ολόκληρους τη γειτονική Ανδρούσα.
* Με τα οικονομικά δεδομένα της σημερινής εποχής, δε θα περίμενε κανείς ότι θα θεωρούσαν κάποιοι ως προτεραιότητα την αναστήλωση αυτού του μνημείου, που βρίσκεται κοντά στο χωριό Πετράλωνα, 5 χλμ. από την Αρχαία Μεσσήνη, σε μια σχετικά απομονωμένη περιοχή στην ύπαιθρο. Κι όμως, το έργο επελέγη και εντάχθηκε στο ΕΣΠΑ με 700.000 ευρώ. Οφείλεται στους αρχαιολόγους της 26ης Εφορείας Βυζαντινών Αρχαιοτήτων, που χαρακτήρισαν την αναστήλωσή του ως έργο υψίστης προτεραιότητας. Κι ήταν πράγματι. Μεγάλα τμήματα των κτηρίων του κινδυνεύουν να καταρρεύσουν, όπως το Πυργόσπιτο και η Τράπεζα, όπως μας είπαν από την Εφορεία. Η επέμβαση άρχισε προ ημερών με αυτεπιστασία, δηλαδή με τη στενή παρακολούθηση των ανθρώπων της.
* Το ιστορικό ίδρυσης του μοναστηριού ανάγεται στη βυζαντινή εποχή (13ος αιώνας). Η τοπική παράδοση το έχει συνδέσει με τον αυτοκράτορα Ανδρόνικο Β΄ Παλαιολόγο (1282-1326), εξ ου και η ονομασία του Ανδρο-μονάστηρο, όπως επίσης με τον καταγόμενο από την Ανδρούσα Πατριάρχη Κωνσταντινουπόλεως Άγιο Αθανάσιο. Η παράδοση αυτή δεν έχει επιβεβαιωθεί με γραπτές μαρτυρίες και γι’ αυτό δεν είναι επιστημονικά αποδεκτή.
* Οι ειδικοί ωστόσο θεωρούν το μοναστηριακό συγκρότημα ως το σπουδαιότερο της μεσσηνιακής υπαίθρου και ένα από τα ωραιότερα της Πελοποννήσου. Το υπουργείο Πολιτισμού, ήδη από τη δεκαετία του ’60 έχει χαρακτηρίσει το Καθολικό του «ιστορικό διατηρητέο μνημείο» (ΦΕΚ 473/Β/17-12-62). Τα ερείπια του μοναστηριού, που στέκουν ακόμη σε σχετικά καλή κατάσταση, μαρτυρούν την ακμή που γνώρισε στο παρελθόν. Ο επισκέπτης βλέπει το Καθολικό (σταυροειδής εγγεγραμμένος ναός με τρούλο 12-13ου αιώνα) με τα παρεκκλήσια και τους βοηθητικούς χώρους, την πτέρυγα με τα κελιά (18ου αιώνα), έναν πύργο της ίδιας εποχής, το συγκρότημα του διαβατικού και της πύλης και έναν ακόμη πύργο και σε επαφή με αυτόν ένα τριώροφο κτίσμα, που αποτελούσε την Τράπεζα των μοναχών.
* Οι μελετητές του μνημείου θεωρούν την επέμβαση ως μια ευκαιρία για την επισταμένη μελέτη του. Επισημαίνουν πως η μονή είναι «πολύτιμη για τη μελέτη της μοναστηριακής αρχιτεκτονικής, μιας και διατηρεί πλήθος αυθεντικών στοιχείων, κατασκευαστικών, μορφολογικών και λειτουργικών». Έχουν διαπιστώσει, για παράδειγμα, ότι μεγάλο μέρος του αρχικού μαρμάρινου εικονοστασίου είναι πλέον ενσωματωμένο στο μεταγενέστερο κτιστό τέμπλο του Καθολικού. Επίσης, η τοιχοποιία εξωτερικά έχει στο μεγαλύτερο μέρος της επιχριστεί, κι όταν το επίχρισμα αυτό καθαιρεθεί, «θα φωτιστεί η αινιγματική οικοδομική του ιστορία».
* Αλλά και η Τράπεζα αρχικά ήταν διώροφη, θολοσκέπαστη στα βόρεια του ναού και πιθανολογείται πως κτίστηκε τον 14ο αιώνα. Σήμερα, είναι ένα από τα ελάχιστα ανάλογα σωζόμενα οικοδομήματα στην Πελοπόννησο. Τον 18ο αιώνα μετασκευάστηκε για τις ανάγκες της μοναστικής κοινότητας που διαβιούσε εκεί. Προστέθηκε ένας ακόμη ξυλόστεγος όροφος και μια μνημειακή κλίμακα κατά μήκος της νότιας πλευράς της.
* Η αρχική μελέτη για την αποκατάσταση του Ανδρομονάστηρου αφορούσε στο σύνολο του συγκροτήματος. Εκπονήθηκε από το μελετητικό γραφείο του αρχιτέκτονα-αναστηλωτή κ. Σωτήρη Βογιατζή με πρωτοβουλία και οικονομική στήριξη της Νομαρχιακής Αυτοδιοίκησης Μεσσηνίας. Έχοντας η 26η Εφορεία έτοιμη τη μελέτη και βλέποντας την κακή κατάσταση διατήρησης κάποιων τμημάτων του μοναστηριού, εισηγήθηκε την ένταξή της στο ΕΣΠΑ μαζί με επτά ακόμη μελέτες για την αποκατάσταση ισάριθμων μνημείων του νομού, που αντιμετωπίζουν επίσης σοβαρά στατικά προβλήματα. Έτσι, αντί να υλοποιηθεί το σύνολο της μελέτης, που είχε προϋπολογιστεί στα 3 εκατ. ευρώ, αποφασίστηκε η εκτέλεση τμήματός της με 700.000 ευρώ, ώστε να δοθεί χείρα βοηθείας και σε άλλα μνημεία που καταρρέουν.
* Με τα χρήματα αυτά θα αναστηλωθεί ο βόρειος πύργος και η εφαπτόμενη σε αυτόν Τράπεζα της μονής, που παρουσιάζει στατικά προβλήματα. Τμήματα του τριώροφου κτηρίου της Τράπεζας έχουν ήδη καταρρεύσει ή τελούν υπό κατάρρευση. Επίσης, θα αποκατασταθεί η στέγη του Καθολικού, για να διαφυλαχθούν οι τοιχογραφίες και ο γλυπτός του διάκοσμος. Παράλληλα, θα γίνεται αρχαιολογική διερεύνηση με λεπτομερή φωτογραφική τεκμηρίωση όλων των εργασιών και των δεδομένων που θα προκύπτουν.
* Αν όλα πάνε καλά, σε 36 μήνες, δηλαδή τέλη του 2013, το μοναστήρι (παλιό μετόχι της Μονής Σινά και σήμερα της Μονής Βουλκάνου) θα έχει ηλεκτρικό φωτισμό, θέρμανση, ενημερωτικό φυλλάδιο, ακόμη και πληροφοριακές πινακίδες σε μορφή BRAILL για τυφλούς. Θα έχει, επίσης, ολοκληρωθεί η διαμόρφωση του περιβάλλοντος χώρου ώστε να γίνει επισκέψιμο και να αποτελέσει κομμάτι της καθημερινής ζωής των κατοίκων των γύρω περιοχών.

** H Φόρμουλα 1 στην Πάτρα

* Χάθηκε η ευκαιρία για το αεροδρόμιο της Τριόδου Ν. Μεσσηνίας
* Τα όποια όνειρα έκαναν οι πολίτες της Μεσσηνίας για την κατασκευή πίστας αγώνων Φόρμουλα 1 στην περιοχή μας και ειδικότερα στο παλιό αεροδρόμιο της Τριόδου, θα πρέπει γρήγορα να τα ξεχάσουν.
* Μετά από απόφαση του υπουργείου Περιφερειακής Ανάπτυξης και Ανταγωνιστικότητας, η Ελλάδα θα αποκτήσει, τελικά, σύντομα τη δική της πίστα αγώνων διεθνών προδιαγραφών στην τοποθεσία Ρέντες του δημοτικού διαμερίσματος Χαλανδρίτσας του ∆ήμου Φαρών στο Νομό Αχαΐας. Η επένδυση που είχε προταθεί στο πλαίσιο του παλιού αναπτυξιακού νόμου είναι ύψους 94,6 εκατ. ευρώ και είχε υποβληθεί από την εταιρεία Αυτοκινητοδρόμιο Πάτρας Α.Ε.
* Σύμφωνα με δημοσίευμα στην εφημερίδα «Τα Νέα», ο αρχικός σχεδιασμός της πίστας έγινε από τον Τζόρτζιο Μπέγκελα Μπαρτόλι, τεχνικό διευθυντή της πίστας στη Μόντσα της Ιταλίας. Όπως ανακοινώθηκε από το υπουργείο Περιφερειακής Ανάπτυξης και Ανταγωνιστικότητας, ο φορέας έχει λάβει όλες τις απαραίτητες άδειες. Με την ολοκλήρωση της επένδυσης, προβλέπεται να δημιουργηθούν 497 νέες θέσεις εργασίας.
* Στην πίστα θα μπορούν να γίνουν αγώνες F1, παγκοσμίου πρωταθλήματος super bike, αλλά και αγώνες πρωταθλήματος καρτ. Σύμφωνα με το επενδυτικό σχέδιο, ο χώρος θα μπορεί να φιλοξενήσει και άλλες κατηγορίες αγώνων μηχανοκίνητου αθλητισμού, αλλά και να χρησιμοποιηθεί για διάφορες άλλες εκδηλώσεις. Η επιχορήγηση που θα λάβει το έργο είναι σε ποσοστό 30,5%, δηλαδή 28,92 εκατ. ευρώ, και σύμφωνα με τη μελέτη, προβλέπεται η δημιουργία πίστας αγώνων διεθνών προδιαγραφών και όλων των υποστηρικτικών κτηρίων και εγκαταστάσεων.
* Επιχειρηματικοί όμιλοι είχαν εκδηλώσει ενδιαφέρον, εκτός από την περιοχή της Μεσσηνίας, για τη δημιουργία πίστας στον Ορχομενό Βοιωτίας, στην ευρύτερη περιοχή της Πάτρας και την Κρήτη. Επίσης, ενδιαφέρον υπήρχε από την πόλη της Ρόδου.

** Δεν αγγίζουν το Νοσοκομείο Κυπαρισσίας οι συγχωνεύσεις

* Σε «κύκλους» χωρίζει τα νοσοκομεία της χώρας η πρόταση του καθηγητή Οικονομικών της Υγείας Λυκούργου Λιαρόπουλου, σχετικά με τις αλλαγές που προωθούνται στον συγκεκριμένο τομέα. Σε έναν από τους κύκλους αυτούς εντάσσει τα Νοσοκομεία Καλαμάτας και Κυπαρισσίας, με κύριο αυτό της Καλαμάτας. Τα παραπάνω συζητήθηκαν προχθές σε ευρεία σύσκεψη στην Αθήνα, υπό τον υπουργό Υγείας Ανδρέα Λοβέρδο.
* Μιλώντας χθες στο «Θ» ο διοικητής του Νοσοκομείου Κυπαρισσίας Πάνος Μπόζος, παρατήρησε: «Ακόμη και ο κ. Λιαρόπουλος, ο οποίος κάνει λόγο για «κύκλους», συρρικνώσεις νοσοκομείων, κ.λπ., το Νοσοκομείο της Κυπαρισσίας το αφήνει ανέγγιχτο. Όχι μόνο δεν προτείνει την κατάργησή του, αλλά προτείνει και να αναβαθμιστεί. Η πρότασή του λέει να αναπτυχθεί, να συνεργαστεί με το ΚΑΦΚΑ, αλλά και την εγκατάσταση σταθμού ΕΚΑΒ, που πρόκειται να γίνει στα Φιλιατρά, ώστε να λειτουργήσει πλέον ακόμη πιο ενισχυμένα».
* Και προσθέτει ο κ. Μπόζος: «Όλοι αναγνωρίζουν το ρόλο του Νοσοκομείου Κυπαρισσίας. Αυτό αναφέρθηκε και από τους Μεσσήνιους πανεπιστημιακούς καθηγητές, στην εκδήλωσή τους προχθές το βράδυ στην Καλαμάτα, όπου είπαν πως θα υπερασπισθούν τη λειτουργία του Νοσοκομείου Κυπαρισσίας με όλες τους τις δυνάμεις, για λόγους ουσίας. Την Παρασκευή, έχουμε συνάντηση με τον υπουργό, ο οποίος έχει ξεκινήσει κύκλους επαφών. Μας έχει ζητήσει να του καταθέσουμε τις απόψεις μας και μετά μένει να κατέβει ο ίδιος στην Πελοπόννησο για να συζητήσουμε».
*** Κατάργηση
* Ψυχιατρείου Τρίπολης
* Επίσης, σύμφωνα με την πρόταση του κ. Λιαρόπουλου, σε έναν άλλο κύκλο εντάσσονται τα Νοσοκομεία Τρίπολης, Σπάρτης και Μολάων, όπως και το Ψυχιατρικό Τρίπολης, για το οποίο όμως προβλέπεται κατάργηση. Εδώ, το κύριο νοσοκομείο θα είναι αυτό της Τρίπολης.
* Όσον αφορά γενικά στην 6η Υγειονομική Περιφέρεια Πελοποννήσου Δυτικής Ελλάδας και Ιονίου, προτείνεται μία ομάδα που θα καλύπτει τη Δυτική Ελλάδα, με έδρα το Πανεπιστημιακό Πατρών και τέσσερις κύκλους νοσοκομείων.

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 **** ΜΑΙΟΣ 2011
~** Άποψη Της ΚΟΜΏΠΟΛΗς ΤΩΝ Αρφαρών Μεσσηνίας 2010 :




** Τι είναι το Σέμπρε -βίβα ; ? Είναι ένα μοναδικό φυτό των ΚΥΘΉΡΩΝ  και είναι το Φυτό -Άνθος Της Αιωνιότητας  και ζή μόνο στα Κύθηρα για 100 χρόνια !!!!!!
*** http://snsarfara-stamos-dynami.blogspot.com/2011/05/1-2011.html  , 1η Μαΐου 2011 –Πρωτομαγιά .- (51) .-
~** http://snsstamoskal.blogspot.com/2011/05/2-2011.html  , Στο αγιάζι της , Στο αγιάζι ενημέρωσης Δευτέρα 2 Μαΐου 2011 .- (52).-
~* http://httpdimmetoparfarablogspotcom.blogspot.com/2011/05/3-2011.html  Στο αγιάζι της Ενημέρωσης Τρίτη 3 Μαΐου 2011 .- (31) .-
~** http://stamos-stamoskalsnsblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2011/05/3-2011.html  , Στο αγιάζι της Ενημέρωσης Τρίτη 3 Μαΐου 2011 .- ( 45).-
~** http://arfara-messinia-stamos-stamos.blogspot.com/2011/05/4-2011.html  , Στο αγιάζι της ενημέρωσης Τετάρτη 4 Μαΐου 2011 .- (63).-
~** http://arfara-messinia-stamos.blogspot.com/2011/05/5-2011.html  , Στην καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Πέμπτη 5 Μαΐου 2011 .- (102).-
~** http://arfara-messinias-stamos.blogspot.com/2011/05/6-2011.html  , Στην καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Παρασκευή 6 Μαΐου 2011 .- (59).-
~** http://vlasiosarfara.blogspot.com/2011/05/7-2011.html  , Στην καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Σάββατο 7 Μαϊου 2011 .- (140).-
~** http://snsarfara.blogspot.com/2011/05/8-2011.html  , ΑΘΛΗΤΙΚΗ ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ 8 ΜΑΙΟΥ 2011 *
~** http://arfara-messinias-stamos-2010.blogspot.com/2011/05/9-2011.html  , Ενημέρωση της Δευτέρας 9 Μαϊου 2011 * .- (22).-
~** http://vlasisarfarablogspotcom.blogspot.com/2011/05/h-k-10-2011.html  , H Kαθημερινή μας ενημέρωση Τρίτη 10 Μαΐου 2011 , Αρρεβώνες Βλάση-Ελένης Σάββατο , 7-5-2011 , ,(46) .-
~** http://dimmetoparfara.blogspot.com/2011/05/12-2011.html  , Στο αγιάζι της Ενημέρωσης Πέμπτη , 12 Μαϊου 2011 .- (49).-
~** http://snsarfara-stamos-dynami.blogspot.com/2011/05/14-2011.html  , Στην Ενημέρωση του Σαββάτου 14 Μαϊου 2011 .- (52).-
~** http://snsstamoskal.blogspot.com/2011/05/15-2011.html  , Η Ενημέρωση της Κυριακής 15 Μαϊου 2011 .-
~** http://arfara-kalamata-greece.blogspot.com/2011/05/blog-post.html  , Η Ιστορία του χωριού ΑΡΦΑΡΑ ΜΕΣΣΗΝΙΑΣ .- (7).-
~** http://httpdimmetoparfarablogspotcom.blogspot.com/2011/05/e-16-2011.html  , Eνημέρωση της Δευτέρας 16 Μαϊος 2011 .- (31) .-
~** http://vlasiosarfara.blogspot.com/2011/05/16-2011.html  , Στην καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Δευτέρα 16 Μαρτίου 2011 . (140).-
~** http://stamos-stamoskalsnsblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2011/05/h-17-2011.html  , H Καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Τρίτη 17 Μαϊου 2011 .- (46).-
~** http://arfara-messinia-stamos-stamos.blogspot.com/2011/05/17-2011.html  , (64). - Η Καθημερινή μας Ενημέρωση Τρίτη 17 Μαϊου 2011 .-

****** O Οκτώ 8 μηνών Σταματάκος μας 17-5-2011 :


** http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO2b0KdwXFQ  ,



** Σταμάτιος ο νεώτερος 8 μηνών 17-5-2011 :

** http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8evIZ3EtPTY  ,



** Ο Σταμάτης του Βασίλη 17-5-2011 :
**  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFh_YbdoE8  ,



** Ο Σταμάτης του Βασίλη και της Αγγέλος 17-5-2011:
** http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scf2zWNjZNc  ,





~***AYTOI ΠΟΥ ΜΑΣ ΓΡΑΦΟΥΝ :
** ABOLISHING WELFARE‏

The welfare system is unfair to everyone: to taxpayers who must pick up the bill for failed programs; to society, whose mediating institutions of community, church and family are increasingly pushed aside; and most of all to the poor themselves, who are trapped in a system that destroys opportunity for themselves and hope for their children. http://venitism.blogspot.com/

 We should eliminate the entire social welfare system. This includes eliminating welfare agencies, food stamps, subsidized housing, and all the rest. Individuals who are unable to fully support themselves and their families through the job market must, once again, learn to rely on supportive family, church, community, or private charity to bridge the gap.
 Half of taxpayers do not pay taxes, while receiving generous federal benefits. Talk about a perfect fiscal storm. On the one hand, more and more spending on dependence-creating programs. On the other, an ever-shrinking number of taxpayers to pay for these programs.
 It's worth recalling what Thomas Jefferson called the sum of good government in his first Inaugural Address: a wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. We're drifting further and further from this ideal. Let's hope that citizens wake up before we go too far down this dangerous path.
 Bruce Thornton points out an important factor in retarding the EU economies is the expensive social welfare entitlements enjoyed by Europeans. While the U.S. federal and state governments spend roughly 18 percent of GDP on pensions, welfare, and health care costs, the EU spends nearly 29 percent. The list of entitlements seems endless: unemployment benefits, welfare payments, pensions, paid maternity leaves, child-care subsidies, free university education, expansive sick leave, restricted working hours, generous paid vacation and holiday leave, and government-provided health care. As EU champion T. R. Reid puts it, falling into the EU government safety net is like falling into a large, soft bed with a down comforter for protection against the cold and a matron standing by with a warm cup of tea to soothe discomfort.
 As desirable as these boons may be, they all cost money and depend on an expanding economy that creates jobs and increases tax revenues. As we currently see in Greece, a sluggish economy has the opposite effect, constricting the funds available for welfare spending. At the same time, social spending continues to increase as the demand for more entitlements grows and an aging, longer-living population stresses budgets further. Given that by 2050 the EU economies will have a mere two workers for every retiree, the EU social welfare paradise is heading for bankruptcy. http://venitism.blogspot.com/
 Ryan Messmore points out that when government assumes increasing responsibility for needs that civil society can provide, it crowds out the responsibilities and resources of private institutions. Government is well suited to meeting needs that require the exercise of coercive power but poorly equipped to address other needs, including the problems of the heart that often contribute to poverty and social breakdown.
 Government programs can shape people's sense of responsibility and obligation for each other. For instance, Social Security and similar government programs that provide for the elderly can influence people's sense of responsibility to take care of their parents and grandparents. Government-funded unemployment benefits can diminish a community's sense of obligation to its neighbors who lose their jobs. Furthermore, government welfare lowers private giving to the poor. 10 percent increase in a state's welfare spending correlates with a 3 percent decrease in charitable giving by its citizens.
 Government social welfare spending can also crowd out private efforts to help those in need. For example, before Medicare Part D was enacted in 2003, two-thirds of Medicare enrollees received prescription drug coverage from nongovernmental providers. Analysts have since found that the new drug benefit resulted in a crowd-out rate of 72 percent. For every seven prescriptions now paid for by the government, five would previously have been privately financed.
 The State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) has had a similar crowd-out effect. In 2007, according to the Congressional Budget Office, 25 percent to 50 percent of those covered by previous SCHIP expansions were likely crowded out of private coverage.
In whatever field it occurs, this crowding out yields the same result: Government programs and funding push the organizations best equipped to care for those in need to the periphery, while the government assumes more responsibility and control over more resources.
 Messmore asserts that a government that oversteps its legitimate limits and undermines the proper responsibility of other institutions is acting not only unconstitutionally, but also unjustly. Such an expansive government also works against the best interests of those in poverty. Government serves best when it establishes and maintains the social conditions that allow families, churches, and ministries to nurture healthy relationships and allow businesses to provide opportunities for work.
 Calling for limited government does not mean ignoring the plight of those in poverty. Limited government is a component of a larger framework that benefits people in need. That framework recognizes not only material needs, but also familial, spiritual, moral, emotional, and social needs.
 This framework leaves room for each institution to play its proper role and do what it does best. It allows families, churches, and nonprofits to meet basic needs, nurture healthy relationships, and develop virtuous citizens. Within this framework, businesses provide opportunities for work and expand wealth, and government safeguards lives, property, and institutions. Together, limited government, free enterprise, and a strong civil society foster the kind of communities that enable people to escape poverty. http://venitism.blogspot.com/

 ** SUPREME COURTS CORNER GAGGERS‏

* In a free society, we are supposed to know the truth. In a society, such as Greece, where truth becomes treason, however, we are in big trouble. Former motorsport chief Max Mosley has failed in his bid to to impose a legal duty of prior notification on the press. Mosley brought a case in front of the European Court of Human Rights after UK newspaper the News of the World published details of his sex life.

 Index on Censorship points out that victory for Mosley would have meant that media outlets would have been required to contact subjects of stories prior to publication. But there were fears that such a step would lead to a rise in interim injunctions barring publication.
 In a ruling published on May 10 2011, the Strasbourg court judges noted that having regard to the chilling effect to which a pre-notification requirement risks giving rise, to the significant doubts as to the effectiveness of any pre-notification requirement and to the wide margin of appreciation in this area, the Court is of the view that Article 8 [the right to privacy] does not require a legally binding pre-notification requirement.
 Distinguished lawyer Geoffrey Robertson welcomes the court ruling, because (as Twitter has shown) such injunctions do not work in the age of the internet, and the fact they do not work only brings the law into disrepute. Of course, we do need effective remedies to deter blatant breaches of privacy. But prior restraint is not acceptable. Justice must be seen to be done, otherwise it is not justice.
 Robertson notes the European Court of Human Rights based its decision on the margin of appreciation that is accorded to every country to solve certain problems in its own way, according to its own traditions and inclinations. The message of today's decision is directed to the UK Parliament — it's over to you. There is a duty to protect privacy, but we can do it in our own way, so long as we do not err on the one hand by suppressing information of genuine public interest, or on the other, allowing intimate facts of no value to be intrusively obtained and published for sniggering entertainment.
 Robertson asserts the real problem is first to find a sensible test to distinguish between the two, and secondly to devise a legal approach that will serve to deter abuses of privacy whilst maintaining open justice and free expression. Today's judgment does nothing to solve the first problem, which arises because of its incoherent decision in the Princess Caroline case, which defined privacy in terms of enhancing personal development and amounted to little more than vague psycho-babble. But it did provide some helpful pointers in solving the second. Mosley was awarded £60,000 by a judge in England, and received a massive 250,000 euros in Germany, and is suing for more compensation in France and Italy. A law which allows such sums to be awarded for blatant breaches, after open court proceedings, provides an adequate remedy to victims.
 Marilizardism, terrorizing dissident bloggers, has metastasized in many Mediterranean countries. Merciless Marilizard, the culprit of October-18 shock and awe, terrorizes Graecoblogosphere. Accusing dissident bloggers of treason, Graecokleptocrats have manufactured a blood libel in cyberspace, which in turn may incite hatred and violence. The freakish government of Graecokleptocracy, October-18 mafia, is the only government on Earth which robs the computers of its citizens! Infamous CCU is the brutal arm of the government of Graecokleptocracy which terrorizes the cyberspace, robbing computers at gunpoint, perjuring, jailing dissident bloggers, and gagging the truth. CCU of Graecokleptocracy is the most disgusting gang in Fourth Reich(EU). http://venitism.blogspot.com/
 Emulating the disgusting Marilizardist paradigm of infamous Graecokleptocrats, who persecute and jail dissident bloggers, the governments of many countries terrorize dissident bloggers. Blogging in Greece, the most corrupt country of Fourth Reich(EU), is considered an extreme-risk avocation. Freakish Marilizardist kleptocrats accuse dissident bloggers of treason, confiscate their computers at gunpoint, and lock them is jail! Freak galore! These prisoners of conscience follow the long tradition of Socrates, who was killed by the Athenian democracy.
 A test case went all the way to the US Supreme Court that determined it is legal to use someone else's name as a pseudonym. Nonetheless, Merciless Marilizard declared a war against anonymous Greek bloggers who choose for pen names the names of politicians. But the right to engage in anonymous blogging is a well-established constitutional right in all civil nations. In fact, anonymous political speech is an especially valued right in the West. From Homer to Mark Twain and the authors of the Federalist Papers, anonymous pamphlets, leaflets, brochures, and books have played an important role in the progress of mankind.
 Marilizard cannot understand that a Greek blogger is free to decide whether or not to disclose his true identity. The decision in favor of anonymity may be motivated by fear of Gracokleptocrat retaliation, by concern about Athenian ostracism, or merely by a desire to preserve as much of one's privacy as possible. Whatever the motivation may be, the interest in having anonymous posts enter cyberspace unquestionably outweighs any Greek public interest in requiring disclosure as a condition of blogging.
 Accordingly, a Greek blogger's decision to remain anonymous, like other decisions concerning omissions or additions to the content of a blog, is an aspect of the freedom of speech protected by any reasonable constitution, the Lisbon Treaty, the European Convention of Human Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Not matter what Marilizard is up to, she is definitely not above the law!
 Marilizard cannot understand the Pseudonym Netiquette:

1. Any person can use any pen name, aka pseudonym or alias, as he pleases.

2. Most persons use pen names of famous people, such as politicians.

3. It's an honor when somebody uses your name as a pen name.

4. Only spoofing is forgery, i.e., when one makes the appearance of an email coming from another email.
 Global Tax Revolt points out the Marilizardist persecution of dissident bloggers is unquestionably a serious attack on freedom of speech, and contrary to Article 2 of Lisbon Treaty, Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights, and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The disgusting government of Graecokleptocracy cannot bully the blogosphere without repercussions and blowbacks. The international civil society got a shock and awe from the brutality of the infamous government of Graecokleptocracy on October 18, 2010. http://venitism.blogspot.com/

**MARILIZARDISM METASTASIZES IN IRAN, BRINGING DEATH OF BLOGGER.‏

* English PEN mourns the tragic death of journalist, blogger, and critic Siamak Pourzand. Pourzand reportedly committed suicide after years of house arrest and isolation in his home in Tehran. PEN is deeply saddened by Pourzand's death and extends its sincere condolences to his family and friends.

 Marilizardism, terrorizing dissident bloggers, has metastasized in Iran. Merciless Marilizard, the culprit of October-18 shock and awe, terrorizes Graecoblogosphere. Accusing dissident bloggers of treason, Graecokleptocrats have manufactured a blood libel in cyberspace, which in turn may incite hatred and violence. The freakish government of Graecokleptocracy, October-18 mafia, is the only government on Earth which robs the computers of its citizens! Infamous CCU is the brutal arm of the government of Graecokleptocracy which terrorizes the cyberspace, robbing computers at gunpoint, perjuring, jailing dissident bloggers, and gagging the truth. CCU of Graecokleptocracy is the most disgusting gang in Fourth Reich(EU). http://venitism.blogspot.com/
 PEN American Center joined with free expression champions around the world in mourning the death of Pourzand. Speaking on behalf of the organization's board and membership, PEN American Center President Kwame Anthony Appiah paid tribute to Pourzand's heroic, decades-long struggle for press freedom in Iran, calling the 80-year-old journalist's suicide devastating evidence of the human toll of years of inhuman repression and a tragedy that should stir reflection and action both inside and outside Iran.
 "Our thoughts today are with Mr. Pourzand's wife, the brave human rights lawyer Merhangiz Kar, with his daughters, and with the thousands of families in Iran that have borne the brunt of a regime that again and again shows itself willing to terrorize its own people," Appiah said. "At a time when men and women are finding their voices and crying out for dignity and basic rights throughout the region, Pourzand's despair offers a disturbing measure of how arrested and isolated the Iranian regime now seems. We honor his life's work, we mourn this terrible loss, and we stand with all those who have endured so much in the struggle for freedom of expression and fundamental human rights in Iran."
 Emulating the disgusting Marilizardist paradigm of infamous Graecokleptocrats, who persecute and jail dissident bloggers, the government of Iran terrorizes dissident bloggers. Blogging in Greece, the most corrupt country of Fourth Reich(EU), is considered an extreme-risk avocation. Freakish Marilizardist kleptocrats accuse dissident bloggers of treason, confiscate their computers at gunpoint, and lock them is jail! Freak galore! These prisoners of conscience follow the long tradition of Socrates, who was killed by the Athenian democracy.
 The International Association of Poets, Essayists, and Novelists(PEN) points out that a journalist and cultural critic whose career spanned half a century, Siamak Pourzand was abducted by Iranian authorities in November 2001, held for months in secret detention, where he was interrogated and tortured, and finally tried and sentenced in May 2002 to an 11-year prison term for undermining state security through his links with monarchists and counter-revolutionaries. With his health failing, he was eventually released on medical parole, but was barred from traveling outside of Iran to visit his wife and daughters and has remained under house arrest in Tehran. He reportedly committed suicide by leaping from the balcony of his apartment on. Pourzand was an Honorary Member of PEN American Center, PEN Canada, and the Norwegian PEN Center.
 Global Tax Revolt points out the Marilizardist persecution of dissident bloggers is unquestionably a serious attack on freedom of speech, and contrary to Article 2 of Lisbon Treaty, Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights, and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The disgusting government of Graecokleptocracy cannot bully the blogosphere without repercussions and blowbacks. The international civil society got a shock and awe from the brutality of the infamous government of Graecokleptocracy on October 18, 2010.
 The infamous government of Graecokleptocracy, October-18 mafia, uses the cybercops as a political tool. On October 18, 2010, Merciless Marilizard went completely insane, and she did not think twice about abusing her position in destroying a dissident blogger, an innocent victim of a wild political witch hunt. Under wild orders, a freakish gang of brutal cybercops broke into the home and into the college office of a distinguished professor and robbed at gunpoint his computers, software, files, documents, personal data, personal codes, and personal secrets.
 The wild Graecocybercops locked the 65-year old professor in jail, they humiliated him with handcuffs, fingerprints, mugshots, and lies, leaked false information to the media parrots, and initiated sham court proceedings for treason! There was no mattress, no pillow, and no toilet facility in his jail cell. At night, the world renown had to urinate in a bottle! There was neither toilet paper nor soap. He lost his job, and his life is stolen forever by a deranged Greek minister. That's why the Global Tax Revolt declared October 18 as the International Day Against Cybercop Brutality. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/globaltaxrevolt
 In a free society, we are supposed to know the truth. In Marilizardist Graecokleptocracy, where truth on internet becomes treason, however, netizens are in big trouble. Freakish Graecokleptocrats, who stole billions of euros and never went to jail, have the nerve to jail innocent dissident bloggers! The entropy of an organization is proportional to the square of its size. The government of Graecokleptocracy needs only four ministers, but it has forty. No wonder, Marilizardist Papandreou of October-18 mafia cannot control his freakish ministers, who do not have any better thing to do than suing innocent dissident bloggers, confiscating their computers, and locking them in jail for treason! Stolen lives are the major infamy of the October-18 mafia, a pack of mad dogs! Freak galore!
 Hillary Clinton points out the internet has become the public space of the 21st century – the world's town square, classroom, marketplace, coffeehouse, and nightclub. We all shape and are shaped by what happens there, all three billion netizens. And that presents a challenge. To maintain an internet that delivers the greatest possible benefits to the world, we need to have a serious conversation about the principles that will guide us, what rules exist and should not exist and why, what behaviors should be encouraged or discouraged and how.
 Clinton notes the goal is not to tell people how to use the internet any more than we ought to tell people how to use any public square, whether it's Tahrir Square or Times Square. The value of these spaces derives from the variety of activities people can pursue in them, from holding a rally to selling their vegetables, to having a private conversation. These spaces provide an open platform, and so does the internet. It does not serve any particular agenda, and it never should. But if people around the world are going to come together every day online and have a safe and productive experience, we need a shared vision to guide us.
 Marilizardism has metastasized from Greece to Iran, Middle East, and Balkans. Clinton laments that security is often invoked as a justification for harsh Marilizardist crackdowns on freedom. Now, this Marilizardist tactic is not new to the digital age, but it has new resonance as the internet has given Marilizardist governments new capacities for tracking and punishing human rights advocates and political dissidents. Marilizardist governments that arrest bloggers, pry into the peaceful activities of their citizens, and limit their access to the internet may claim to be seeking security. In fact, they may even mean it as they define it. But they are taking the wrong path. Those Marilizardists who clamp down on internet freedom may be able to hold back the full expression of their people's yearnings for a while, but not forever.
 The civilized approach does not immediately discredit every hateful idea or convince every bigot to reverse his thinking. But we have determined as a society that it is far more effective than any other alternative approach. Marilizardism, deleting writing, blocking content, arresting speakers – these actions suppress words, but they do not touch the underlying ideas. They simply drive people with those ideas to the fringes, where their convictions can deepen, unchallenged.
 Marilizardism is the #1 enemy of cyberspace. Liberty and security, transparency and confidentiality, freedom of expression and tolerance – these all make up the foundation of a free, open, and secure society as well as a free, open, and secure internet where universal human rights are respected, and which provides a space for greater progress and prosperity over the long run.
 Now, some Marilizardist countries are trying a different approach, abridging rights online and working to erect permanent walls between different activities – economic exchanges, political discussions, religious expressions, and social interactions. They want to keep what they like and suppress what they don't. But this is no easy task. Search engines connect businesses to new customers, and they also attract users because they deliver and organize news and information. Social networking sites aren't only places where friends share photos; they also share political views and build support for social causes or reach out to professional contacts to collaborate on new business opportunities. Marilizardism is in full swing in all barbarian societies.
 The government of Graecokleptocracy, October-18 mafia, and other Marilizardist governments harass their netizens. Clinton points out that walls that divide the internet, that block political content, or ban broad categories of expression, or allow certain forms of peaceful assembly but prohibit others, or intimidate people from expressing their ideas are far easier to erect than to maintain. Not just because people using human ingenuity find ways around them and through them but because there isn't an economic internet and a social internet and a political internet; there's just the internet.
 Maintaining Marilizardist barriers that attempt to change this reality entails a variety of costs – moral, political, and economic. Marilizardist countries may be able to absorb these costs for a time, but they are unsustainable in the long run. There are opportunity costs for trying to be open for business but closed for free expression – costs to a nation's education system, its political stability, its social mobility, and its economic potential.
 When Marilizardist countries curtail internet freedom, they place limits on their economic future. Their young people don't have full access to the conversations and debates happening in the world or exposure to the kind of free inquiry that spurs people to question old ways of doing and invent new ones. And barring criticism of Marilizardist officials makes governments more susceptible to corruption, which create economic distortions with long-term effects. Freedom of thought and the level playing field made possible by the rule of law are part of what fuels innovation economies. http://venitism.blogspot.com/

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