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Un luogocomune planetario è senz’altro quello che vuole il “pesce” un ottimo alimento per l’uomo, non solo perchè contiene pochi grassi, ma anche per l’apporto di Omega-3 acidi grassi insaturi essenziali per un efficente organismo. Attribuendogli doti quali: migliorare il ritmo cardiaco favorendo la circolazione del sangue, ridurre la formazione di trombi ed emboli, ridurre i trigliceridi e l’aggregazione delle piastrine.

Sempre più studi scientifici tendono però a confermare l’esatto contrario. Oltre ad affermare l’inutilità degli Omega-3 del pesce, questi acidi grassi sono risultati addirittura dannosi. Sono cioè correlati al rischio di cancro alla prostata (Brasky, 2011), al rischio di aritmie cardiache e non prevengono il cancro (JAMA 2005, Rait 2005, MacLaen 2006), non sono in grado di ridurre gli eventi cardiovascolari e non risultano protettivi nei confronti dello sviluppo dell’insufficienza cardiaca (Hooper 2006, Dijkstra 2009, Kromhout 2010), sono correlati all’insorgenza del diabete di tipo 2 e del diabete mellito (Harvard, Kaushik 2009), non migliorano le funzioni cerebrali negli anziani e neanche lo sviluppo cognitivo dei nascituri (Dangour 2010, Quinn 2010, Makrides 2010).

Esiste però un altro alimento, con ritrovamenti che ne fanno cominciare l’utilizzo addirittura 10.000 anni fa, che possiede sia gli Omega-3 che gli Omega-6. Si tratta dei semi di canapa...

L’olio di semi di Canapa è un alimento dalle straordinarie proprietà nutrizionali, infatti non solo possiede tutti gli 8 amminoacidi essenziali (l’organismo umano è in grado di ricavare ed elaborare dalle proteine della canapa tutte le proteine di cui abbisogna), è l’unico alimento nel pianeta che può vantare questa caratteristica, ma tra le qualità più importanti c’è senza dubbio anche la presenza di acidi grassi essenziali polinsaturi Omega-3 e Omega-6 nella proporzione migliore per l’essere umano: nessun altro alimento in natura è infatti in grado di garantire una proporzione 1:3, rapporto raccomandato dalle ricerche mediche e dalle più avanzate teorie in ambito di nutrizione.

Nell’olio di semi canapa sono presenti anche quantità significative di Vitamina E, antiossidante naturale; fitosteroli e cannabinoidi (specialmente CBD, Cannabidiolo) che secondo le più recenti acquisizioni medico-scientifiche hanno un’importante funzione di modulazione per quanto riguarda il sistema immunitario e le funzioni cognitive.
L’olio di semi di canapa è principalmente un valido antinfiammatorio. Ne è stata inoltre dimostrata l’efficacia per la cura di diverse patologie.

BENEFICI:

Colesterolo

L’uso quotidiano di olio di canapa (circa 4/5 cucchiaini al giorno) fa diminuire rapidamente gli eccessivi livelli nel sangue di colesterolo LDL (quello “cattivo”) e di colesterolo totale, riducendo così anche il rischio di trombosi e abbassa, inoltre, i livelli di trigliceridi nel sangue, per il matenimento, in una dieta equlibrata è sufficiente 1 cucchiaino ogni 2/3 giorni-

Malattie cardiovascolari

L’assunzione dell’olio di canapa, in sostituzione di altri olii, aiuta a prevenire e a ridurre l’arteriosclerosi ed altre malattie cardiovascolari perché mantiene più elastiche le pareti dei vasi sanguigni ed evita l’accumulo di grasso nelle

Malattie osse e infiammazioni

Viene usato anche per la prevenzione e per la cura dell’artrosi e dell’artrite reumatoide e di altre malattie infiammatorie come l’infezione cronica della vescica, la colite ulcerativa, il trattamento del colon irritabile e del morbo di Crohn.

Sindromi ginecologiche e neurologiche

Utilissimo per la sindrome premestruale e nella menopausa; combatte l’osteoporosi e viene impiegato per curare problemi di apprendimento, deficit della memoria, difficoltà di concentrazione e mancanza di attenzione, depressione cronica e depressione post-parto.

Pneumopatie

L’olio di canapa è impiegato nella cura di malattie asmatiche e affezioni respiratorie, sia delle basse che delle alte vie respiratorie.

Malattie della pelle

Data la sua potentissima azione antinfiammatoria, quest’olio è ottimo per molti problemi della pelle come: psoriasi, vitiligine, eczemi, micosi, irritazioni da allergie, dermatiti secche e per tutte le infiammazioni o irritazioni localizzate. Può inoltre migliorare le condizioni della pelle affetta da acne. Oltre che all’assunzione per bocca, si applica anche direttamente sulla zona da trattare per ridurre i pruriti e le infiammazioni. Efficace anche per la cura dei funghi alle unghie (onicomicosi).

Fonti: blobjects.it via disinformazione.it – ilsentiero.net – wikipedia

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"Il problema è che il popolo italiano è diviso in due: chi vuole tenere la tavola apparecchiata e chi vuole sparecchiare": così Beppe Grillo si è espresso ai microfoni di Pierre Ograbek – giornalista della Radiotelevisione svizzera (RSI) – il giorno dopo il voto.

Il comico genovese non solo ha confermato il suo rifiuto di allearsi a una coalizione, ma ha evocato anche la possibilità di tornare alle urne. L'intervista integrale ed esclusiva è stata pubblicata sul sito della RSI il 26 febbraio 2013.

ASCOLTA L'INTERVISTA

Fonte: swissinfo.ch via cronachelodigiane.net

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Prima di tutto una premessa: questo articolo non è una notizia e nemmeno una previsione di quello che potrà accadere in futuro, semplicemente vuole descrivere come ci siano alcune condizioni che potrebbero portare ad una guerra civile in Italia in un più o meno prossimo futuro. Ma assolutamente non si sta dicendo che ci sarà una guerra civile o che ci sia una probabilità più o meno certa a riguardo.

Vogliamo analizzare la questione partendo da una metafora, quella del classico triangolo del fuoco, che spiega in maniera sintetica come si sviluppa un incendio. Come tutti sanno i tre elementi fondamentali sono il combustibile (il materiale infiammabile), il comburente (ruolo di solito svolto dall’ossigeno) e infine la temperatura d’innesco (la temperatura necessaria che provoca la reazione tra combustibile e comburente) che è la classica scintilla che fa scoppiare l’incendio.

Ecco, una guerra civile essenzialmente è paragonabile ad un incendio dove il combustibile sono le tensioni politiche, sociali,religiose o etniche presenti in un dato stato, il comburente è la situazione economica che può dar fiato a queste tensioni e la scintilla è un grave evento più o meno inaspettato che fa esplodere tutte le tensioni esistenti.

Nel caso dell’Italia, il comburente è la situazione economica, che come tutti sappiamo è molto grave con una disoccupazione in continua crescita, la recessione che non accenna a fermarsi, l’eccessiva pressione fiscale, 140 miliardi di euro di debiti verso le imprese non pagati da parte dello Stato, il debito pubblico che continua ad incrementare.
E tutti questi fattori economici, sopra descritti, sono tutte condizioni che anche nella Storia recente sono state alla base di rivoluzioni, colpi di stato e guerre civili. Un esempio tra quelli più famosi è la Rivoluzione Francese scoppiata a seguito di una fortissima crisi economica e all’aumento delle tasse.

Ora invece elenchiamo tutti i combustibili presenti nella situazione italiana, quindi tutte le tensioni presenti attualmente:

1) Stallo politico: come sappiamo dalle ultime elezioni è uscito un risultato che porterà ad un Senato ingovernabile e attualmente non c’è nessuna intesa tra i principali soggetti politici per evitarlo. Inoltre, essendo il Presidente della Repubblica nel semestre bianco, non ha diritto a sciogliere le Camere e indire nuove elezioni, quindi lo stallo può prolungarsi. E ancora, se non ci sarà nessun accordo politico si rischia anche di non riuscire ad eleggere il prossimo Presidente della Repubblica e nemmeno il Presidente del Senato, rispettivamente la prima e la seconda carica dello Stato.

2) Proroga del governo Monti, governo tecnico o governo “inciucio” tra PD-PDL: c’è una forte possibilità che nel caso di mancato accordo politico si possa, seguendo il modello belga, prorogare l’incarico del premier in carica (Monti) oppure Napolitano, potrebbe indicare un personaggio esterno o Monti stesso per formare un nuovo governo tecnico. Ultima ipotesi è un’accordo tra PD-PDL per un governo di unità nazionale per fare le riforme più urgenti e poi tornare alle urne. In tutti e tre questi casi si formerebbe un governo molto impopolare che di fatto avrebbe stravolto il risultato elettorale e la stessa istituzione democratica.

3) Rischio bancarotta: nel caso si confermasse lo stallo politico e l’Italia fosse soggetta ad un attacco speculativo e alla risalita dello spread e si dovesse ricorrere al MES o all’OMT per finanziarsi, con la conseguente accettazione di misure di austerità in cambio di aiuti finanziari, non ci sarebbe nessuna carica istituzionale eletta democraticamente che possa richiedere questi aiuti e firmare un eventuale memorandum di misure di austerità; nel caso nessuno chieda questi aiuti, l’Italia potrebbe anche trovarsi in bancarotta, mentre se qualcuno con un atto di forza firmasse la richiesta di aiuti e il memorandum, provocherebbe probabilmente l’ira popolare.

4) Partito Democratico spaccato: il soggetto politico più importante, il Partito Democratico è scosso da forti divisioni interne, nel caso si verificasse una spaccatura, il quadro politico diventerebbe ancora più complicato e instabile. Inoltre continuano le indagini per lo scandalo dei Monti dei Paschi di Siena, con tutte le conseguenze che questo ha per il partito stesso, che come tutti sanno è molto vicino a MPS.

5) Berlusconi a rischio galera: il secondo soggetto politico più importante, il Popolo della Libertà è invece turbato dalle innumerevoli vicende giudiziarie del suo leader, Silvio Berlusconi. Il 23 marzo ci sarà la sentenza che potrebbe confermare i quattro anni di carcere e l’interdizione dai pubblici uffici, richiesti per frode fiscale. E, cosa senza precedenti, lo stesso Berlusconi ha convocato per la stessa data una manifestazione contro la magistratura. Quindi esiste un pericoloso scontro tra potere politico e potere giudiziario. E Berlusconi farà di tutto per non finire in carcere, anche la rivoluzione se necessaria.

6) Movimento Cinque Stelle: il terzo soggetto politico più importante (considerando i precedenti come leader di coalizioni), il Movimento Cinque Stelle è un movimento che sicuramente possiamo definire rivoluzionario, dato che vuole un radicale cambiamento delle leggi e della struttura dello Stato italiano. Attualmente vuole attuare la sua rivoluzione in modo pacifico, ma se si instaurasse un governo antidemocratico o se le altre forze politiche, con trucchi e imbrogli,cercassero di danneggiarlo (ad esempio con lo scouting dei parlamentari a Cinque Stelle) potrebbe anche ricorrere alla piazza. E Grillo ha la popolarità e soprattutto anche l’audacia necessaria per farlo.

7) Attentati e scontri sociali: recentemente i Servizi Segreti hanno dato l’allarme sul rischio di attentati spettacolari. Una nuova stagione di attacchi terroristici potrebbe  portare all’instaurazione di un nuovo clima di tensione e anche a leggi liberticide.

8) Ondata di manifestazioni: il Popolo Viola ha indetto una manifestazione contro Berlusconi lo stesso giorno in cui il PDL ha indetto la propria; il Movimento dei Forconi ha intenzione l’11 marzo di iniziare una nuova stagione di proteste e di bloccare l’intero Sud d’Italia; sicure manifestazioni studentesche con toni ed atteggiamenti sempre più estremi e violenti; tensioni e manifestazioni NO-TAV; scioperi e proteste degli operai delle aziende in crisi.

9) Esplosione socio-economica dei paesi confinanti: Spagna, Grecia, Slovenia, Bulgaria e Cipro sono travolte da una fortissima crisi economica e alcuni di questi paesi, soprattutto la Grecia, sono sull’orlo di un vero e proprio conflitto sociale che potrebbe contagiare anche la vicina Italia, già contagiata dalla crisi dei debiti sovrani.

10) Ingerenze straniere: Germania, Inghilterra e Stati Uniti non esitano ad interferire sulla situazione economica e politica italiana. Soprattutto è da tenere in considerazione la politica non filo-NATO di Beppe Grillo e l’euroscetticismo dello stesso e l’ostilità della finanza internazionale e della Germania nei confronti di Berlusconi.

11) Lega Nord: il movimento leghista governa le tre regione principali del Nord: Piemonte, Lombardia e Veneto. Ricordiamo che gridavano alla secessione ed ora governano su quasi l’intera “Padania”.

12) Crimine organizzato: Cosa Nostra, ‘Ndrangheta, Camorra e Sacra Corona Unita non possono che ampliare le proprie fila grazie ad una crisi economica che non lascia alla maggioranza dei giovani meridionali nessuna prospettiva per il futuro. Come hanno ricordato i Servizi Segreti, la Camorra dispone di una vera e propria forza militare e in questo clima di incertezza non è da escludere un attacco allo Stato o l’utilizzo di queste organizzazioni malavitose da parte di soggetti politici per scopi personali.

13) Nulla da perdere: a causa della crescente crisi economica moltissime persone si trovano travolte dai debiti, senza un lavoro e in una condizione di estrema disperazione. Molte di esse potrebbero preferire la ribellione al suicidio.

Queste sono a nostro avviso le principali tensioni, potenzialmente esplosive, presenti in Italia. La seria differenza della nostra situazione rispetto a Grecia e Spagna, dove si sta consumando una crisi economica ad un livello recessivo più avanzato, è la presenza di uno stallo istituzionale, di un gravissimo scontro tra poteri dello Stato, dell’uso politico della magistratura e di un clima politico violento che è anche un’eredità della guerra civile del 1943-45.

L’unica cosa che non possiamo enunciare è quale sarà e se ci sarà una scintilla che ci porterà ad una guerra civile. Possiamo fare delle ipotesi come un’eventuale condanna definitiva per Berlusconi oppure un’attentato inaspettato oppure il colpo di mano di qualche soggetto politico o qualsiasi altra cosa che non si può prevedere allo stato attuale. E inoltre quali saranno gli eventuali fronti di una guerra civile? L’ipotesi che penso possa essere più probabile è lo scenario siriano, quindi uno schieramento governativo e legittimato contro uno schieramento ribelle. Però è soltanto un’ipotesi su un’altra ipotesi.

Un’ultima riflessione personale è che un’eventuale guerra civile non va necessariamente contro gli interessi eurocratici perché potrebbe anche spianare la strada ad un intervento esterno in Italia, una classica “missione di pace” a supporto del governo legittimo, magari effettuata dall’Eurogendarmeria, così da privare il nostro paese oltre che della sovranità economica anche della sovranità politica e territoriale. A proposito rimando all’articolo “La lunga marcia dell’Eurocrazia”.

Concludendo, come già scritto nella premessa, non si vuole nel modo più assoluto fare dell’allarmismo, probabilmente non ci sarà nessuna scintilla e men che meno una guerra civile o una rivoluzione, questo articolo vuole solo invitare alla riflessione e a stare in allerta così da poter cogliere ulteriori segnali che possano portare ad un’eventuale situazione di guerra interna.

Al tempo stesso però invito a non escludere del tutto nessun scenario, perché la Rivoluzione Francese e la Primavera Araba non vennero annunciate da nessuno e colsero tutti di sorpresa. Ovviamente speriamo che tutto questo non accada, perché solo di una cosa possiamo sicuramente avere certezza: una guerra civile sarà fatta scoppiare dai potenti ma a pagarne le conseguenze sarà il Popolo, quindi tutti noi.

Fonte: hescaton.com

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Bill Maher had a rather important “New Rule” on food today. Because it was so funny, many will miss the dual message.

The first was the necessity for regulation not only on food, but for the burning of coal. The second was an environmental message.

Unlike times when his rants seem a bit overdone, with attacks on our food being poison (high fructose corn syrup, GMOs, insecticides, and other chemicals), this rant had a prescient point.

Bill’s opening remark puts the onus on the citizen:

“If you are one of the millions of Californians who voted against labeling genetically modified food, you can’t complain when it turns out there is horse meat in your hamburger.”

He goes on to make the case that much of the food being eaten is mislabeled, delivering his message in a funny and satirical manner:

“Did you know your Chilean sea bass is neither Chilean, nor bass, nor from the sea? …. And your Mahi-Mahi is really made of mercury drenched bottom feeders like tile fish …. And if you like sushi, you really don’t know what you are eating because those fish are mislabeled 74% of the time.”

He then proceeds to show that many countries, ones we view as not as advanced in food safety, actually require precise labeling (e.g., Saudi Arabia, China, Japan). From there he uses reverse reasoning for America’s failure to take food labeling & safety as serious as it should:

“It’s actually a good thing America don’t care what they put in their mouth. Because in the future, thanks to overpopulation, and overfishing, and global warming, and Chris Christie, we are running out of the food we do like to eat… You know why there is so much fish mislabeling now? They don’t have the heart to tell you the fish you like are gone…. You know where fishermen can no longer find cod? Off of Cape Cod.”

His closing line?

“Enjoy eating your chemically processed crap now, America, because it won’t be long before lunch is dung beetles and soylent green, and when all that runs out, I am afraid it’s Papa Johns.”

Source: addictinginfo.org - Author: Egberto Willies

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Sono posti lontani e difficili da raggiungere ma non per questo il problema non sussiste.

C’è chi, comunque, cerca di far fronte a queste difficoltà con soluzioni tecnologiche azzeccate. Un esempio viene da due designer londinesi che hanno ideato un oggetto utile e intelligente, rivolto a chi non ha accesso alla corrente. Si tratta di una lampada che funziona sfruttando la gravità.

Costituita da un ‘sacco’ che funziona da contrappeso e da un nastro su cui scorre sia il sacco che la lampada a LED. GravityLight – questo il suo nome – funziona grazie al peso del sacco, riempito con terriccio, sassi o sabbia.  Grazie ad alcuni ingranaggi la lampada s’illumina e bastano soli 3 secondi di scorrimento del peso per ottenere 30 minuti di luce!

GravityLight: lighting for the developing countries from Therefore on Vimeo.

Per tante popolazioni di paesi in via di sviluppo potrebbe sostituire le diffuse ma pericolose lampade al kerosene, che bruciano quasi il 20% del budget famigliare, e costituiscono la primaria fonte luminosa, perché funziona senza l’aiuto di elettricità o batterie.

L’idea dei due inventori è di ideare oggetti rivolti alle popolazioni senza accesso alle rete elettrica, e anche se Gravity Light rimane per ora soltanto un prototipo, si stanno cercando maggiori finanziamenti sulla piattaforma di crowdfunding Indiegogo per poter produrne alemno 1000 e mandarle così a diversi villaggi africani e indiani per provarla.

E se i fondi supereranno i 399.000 dollari, la Gravity Light potrà essere venduta al costo, per noi quasi irrisorio, di 3 sterline, cioè poco più di 3,6 euro.

Un esempio in più di come la tecnologia possa incontrare le esigenze delle persone più svantaggiate senza perdere di vista l’ambiente.

Fonte: tuttogreen.it - Autore: Chiara Greco

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La donna più facoltosa resta Liliane Bettencourt.

Il magnate messicano Carlos Slim si riconferma l'uomo più ricco del mondo, secondo la classifica annuale della rivista statunitense 'Forbes'. Slim resta in testa con un patrimonio di 73 miliardi di dollari (4 in più rispetto allo scorso anno), seguito dal fondatore di Microsoft Bill Gates, con 67 miliardi (+6 miliardi).



La novità è al terzo posto della lista dove, con un patrimonio di 57 miliardi di dollari appare, lo spagnolo Amancio Ortega, fondatore di Inditex, il colosso del tessile che comprende marchi come Zara. La crescita del patrimonio di Amancio Ortega (ben 19,5 miliardi di dollari in un solo anno) scalza dal podio l'investitore americano Warren Buffett (fermo a 'soli' 55,5 miliardi). L'"oracolo di Omaha" dal 2000 è sempre stato nella top three dei paperoni mondiali.


Secondo l'elenco della rivista al mondo ci sarebbero 1.426 miliardari in dollari, un record grazie all'ingresso nella lista di 210 neo-miliardari. Il totale delle ricchezze di questi paperoni ammonterebbe a 5.400 miliardi di dollari, con una crescita di 800 miliardi di un solo anno. In crescita la presenza femminile con 138 miliardarie (erano 104 nel 2012): la donna più ricca resta la 90enne francese Liliane Bettencourt, proprietaria di L'Oreal.

In tutto sono 22 - fra singoli imprenditori o gruppi familiari - i miliardari italiani presenti nella lista stilata da Forbes. E' un gruppo variegato, dove a nomi molto conosciuti si affiancano figure meno esposte ma dai patrimoni molto solidi. In cima alla lista 'italiana' troviamo - ed è una conferma - Michele Ferrero e la sua famiglia, al 23mo posto globale, con un patrimonio stimato in 20,4 miliardi di dollari. Alle loro spalle Leonardo Del Vecchio, il patron di Luxottica, con 15,3 miliardi (e il 49mo posto complessivo).

C'è un'altra sola presenza italiana nella top 100 mondiale ed è quella di Miuccia Prada, 78ma con un patrimonio di 12,4 miliardi di dollari. In realtà sommando al suo patrimonio quello del marito Patrizio Bertelli (175mo con 6,7 miliardi) la coppia balzerebbe al 31mo posto globale. La moda italiana fa la parte del leone con Giorgio Armani (8,5 miliardi), Renzo Rosso (3 miliardi), i quattro fratelli Benetton (ognuno con 2 miliardi) ma anche Domenico Dolce e Stefano Gabbana (2 miliardi a testa).

Silvio Berlusconi e famiglia sono al 194mo posto globale con un patrimonio stimato in 6,2 miliardi mentre Ennio Doris è all'882mo con 1,8 miliardi.
Fra i nomi meno noti, quello dell'imprenditore farmaceutico Stefano Pessina (in realtà attivo in Svizzera), sesto degli italiani e 189mo nel ranking globale, oppure dei fratelli Paolo e Gianfelice Mario Rocca, che controllano Techint e sono 195mi con 6,1 miliardi di dollari.

Nessuna foto su Forbes, infine, per i fratelli Augusto e Giorgio Perfetti, che dalla Svizzera controllano l'omonimo gruppo di caramelle e gomme da masticare, terzo al mondo per fatturato: il loro impero vale 5 miliardi di dollari, ma nessuno sa che faccia abbiano.

Fonte: adnkronos.com via FinanzaInChiaro.it

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During more than 14 years in office, Chavez routinely challenged the status quo at home and internationally. He polarized Venezuelans with his confrontational and domineering style, yet was also a masterful communicator and strategist who tapped into Venezuelan nationalism to win broad support, particularly among the poor.

Vice President Nicolas Maduro, surrounded by other government officials, announced the death in a national television broadcast. He said Chavez died at 4:25 p.m. local time.

Chavez repeatedly proved himself a political survivor. As an army paratroop commander, he led a failed coup in 1992, then was pardoned and elected president in 1998. He survived a coup against his own presidency in 2002 and won re-election two more times.

The burly president electrified crowds with his booming voice, often wearing the bright red of his United Socialist Party of Venezuela or the fatigues and red beret of his army days. Before his struggle with cancer, he appeared on television almost daily, talking for hours at a time and often breaking into song of philosophical discourse.

Chavez used his country's vast oil wealth to launch social programs that include state-run food markets, new public housing, free health clinics and education programs. Poverty declined during Chavez's presidency amid a historic boom in oil earnings, but critics said he failed to use the windfall of hundreds of billions of dollars to develop the country's economy.

Inflation soared and the homicide rate rose to among the highest in the world.

Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba in June 2011 to remove what he said was a baseball-size tumor from his pelvic region, and the cancer returned repeatedly over the next 18 months despite more surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. He kept secret key details of his illness, including the type of cancer and the precise location of the tumors.

"El Comandante," as he was known, stayed in touch with the Venezuelan people during his treatment via Twitter and phone calls broadcast on television, but even those messages dropped off as his health deteriorated.

Two months after his last re-election in October, Chavez returned to Cuba again for cancer surgery, blowing a kiss to his country as he boarded the plane. He was never seen again in public.

After a 10-week absence marked by opposition protests over the lack of information about the president's health and growing unease among the president's "Chavista" supporters, the government released photographs of Chavez on Feb. 15 and three days later announced that the president had returned to Venezuela to be treated at a military hospital in Caracas.

Throughout his presidency, Chavez said he hoped to fulfill Bolivar's unrealized dream of uniting South America.

He was also inspired by Cuban leader Fidel Castro and took on the aging revolutionary's role as Washington's chief antagonist in the Western Hemisphere after Castro relinquished the presidency to his brother Raul in 2006.

Supporters saw Chavez as the latest in a colorful line of revolutionary legends, from Castro to Argentine-born Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Chavez nurtured that cult of personality, and even as he stayed out of sight for long stretches fighting cancer, his out-sized image appeared on buildings and billboard throughout Venezuela. The airwaves boomed with his baritone mantra: "I am a nation." Supporters carried posters and wore masks of his eyes, chanting, "I am Chavez."

Chavez saw himself as a revolutionary and savior of the poor.

"A revolution has arrived here," he declared in a 2009 speech. "No one can stop this revolution."

Chavez's social programs won him enduring support: Poverty rates declined from 50 percent at the beginning of his term in 1999 to 32 percent in the second half of 2011. But he also charmed his audience with sheer charisma and a flair for drama that played well for the cameras.

He ordered the sword of South American independence leader Simon Bolivar removed from Argentina's Central Bank to unsheathe at key moments. On television, he would lambast his opponents as "oligarchs," announce expropriations of companies and lecture Venezuelans about the glories of socialism. His performances included renditions of folk songs and impromptu odes to Chinese revolutionary Mao Zedong and 19th century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.

Chavez carried his in-your-face style to the world stage as well. In a 2006 speech to the U.N. General Assembly, he called President George W. Bush the devil, saying the podium reeked of sulfur after Bush's address.

Critics saw Chavez as a typical Latin American caudillo, a strongman who ruled through force of personality and showed disdain for democratic rules. Chavez concentrated power in his hands with allies who dominated the congress and justices who controlled the Supreme Court.

He insisted all the while that Venezuela remained a vibrant democracy and denied trying to restrict free speech. But some opponents faced criminal charges and were driven into exile.

While Chavez trumpeted plans for communes and an egalitarian society, his soaring rhetoric regularly conflicted with reality. Despite government seizures of companies and farmland, the balance between Venezuela's public and private sectors changed little during his presidency.

And even as the poor saw their incomes rise, those gains were blunted while the country's currency weakened amid economic controls.

Nonetheless, Chavez maintained a core of supporters who stayed loyal to their "comandante" until the end.

"Chavez masterfully exploits the disenchantment of people who feel excluded ... and he feeds on controversy whenever he can," Cristina Marcano and Alberto Barrera Tyszka wrote in their book "Hugo Chavez: The Definitive Biography of Venezuela's Controversial President."

Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias was born on July 28, 1954, in the rural town of Sabaneta in Venezuela's western plains. He was the son of schoolteacher parents and the second of six brothers.

Chavez was a fine baseball player and hoped he might one day pitch in the U.S. major leagues. When he joined the military at age 17, he aimed to keep honing his baseball skills in the capital.

But the young soldier immersed himself in the history of Bolivar and other Venezuelan heroes who had overthrown Spanish rule, and his political ideas began to take shape.

Chavez burst into public view in 1992 as a paratroop commander leading a military rebellion that brought tanks to the presidential palace. When the coup collapsed, Chavez was allowed to make a televised statement in which he declared that his movement had failed "for now." The speech, and those two defiant words, launched his career, searing his image into the memory of Venezuelans.

He and other coup prisoners were released in 1994, and President Rafael Caldera dropped the charges against them.

Chavez then organized a new political party and ran for president four years later, vowing to shatter Venezuela's traditional two-party system. At age 44, he became the country's youngest president in four decades of democracy with 56 percent of the vote.

Chavez was re-elected in 2000 in an election called under a new constitution drafted by his allies. His increasingly confrontational style and close ties to Cuba, however, disenchanted many of the middle-class supporters who had voted for him. The next several years saw bold but failed attempts by opponents to dislodge him from power.

In 2002, he survived a short-lived coup, which began after a large anti-Chavez street protest ended in deadly shootings. Dissident military officers detained the president and announced he had resigned. But within two days, he returned to power with the help of military loyalists while his supporters rallied in the streets.

Chavez emerged a stronger president. He defeated a subsequent opposition-led strike that paralyzed the country's oil industry, and he fired thousands of state oil company employees.

The coup also turned Chavez more decidedly against the U.S. government, which had swiftly recognized the provisional leader who had briefly replaced him. He created political and trade alliances that excluded the U.S., and he cozied up to Iran and Syria in large part, it seemed, due to their shared antagonism toward the U.S. government.

Despite the souring relationship, Chavez sold the bulk of Venezuela's oil to the United States.

He easily won re-election in 2006, and then said it was his destiny to lead Venezuela until 2021 or even 2031.

"I'm still a subversive," Chavez said in a 2007 interview with The Associated Press. "I think the entire world has to be subverted."

Playing such a larger-than-life public figure ultimately left little time for a personal life.

His second marriage, to journalist Marisabel Rodriguez, deteriorated in the early years of his presidency, and they divorced in 2004. In addition to their one daughter, Rosines, Chavez had three children from his first marriage, which ended before Chavez ran for office.

Chavez acknowledged after he was diagnosed with cancer that he had been recklessly neglecting his health. He had taken to staying up late and drinking as many as 40 cups of coffee a day. He regularly summoned his Cabinet ministers to the presidential palace late at night.

He often said he believed Venezuela was on its way down a long road toward socialism, and that there was no turning back. After winning re-election in 2012, he vowed to deepen his push to transform Venezuela.

His political movement, however, was mostly a one-man show. Only three days before his final surgery, Chavez named Maduro as his chosen successor.

Now, it will be up to Venezuelans to determine whether the Chavismo movement can survive, and how it will evolve, without the leader who inspired it.

Source: AP.org - Author: Frank Bajak - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST, REWRITTEN OR REDISTRIBUTED.

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I used to be able to justify using Facebook as a cost of doing business. As a writer and sometime activist who needs to promote my books and articles and occasionally rally people to one cause or another, I found Facebook fast and convenient. Though I never really used it to socialize, I figured it was OK to let other people do that, and I benefited from their behavior.

I can no longer justify this arrangement.

Today, I am surrendering my Facebook account, because my participation on the site is simply too inconsistent with the values I espouse in my work. In my upcoming book "Present Shock," I chronicle some of what happens when we can no longer manage our many online presences. I have always argued for engaging with technology as conscious human beings and dispensing with technologies that take that agency away.

Facebook is just such a technology. It does things on our behalf when we're not even there. It actively misrepresents us to our friends, and worse misrepresents those who have befriended us to still others. To enable this dysfunctional situation -- I call it "digiphrenia" -- would be at the very least hypocritical. But to participate on Facebook as an author, in a way specifically intended to draw out the "likes" and resulting vulnerability of others, is untenable.

Facebook has never been merely a social platform. Rather, it exploits our social interactions the way a Tupperware party does.

Facebook does not exist to help us make friends, but to turn our network of connections, brand preferences and activities over time -- our "social graphs" -- into money for others.

We Facebook users have been building a treasure lode of big data that government and corporate researchers have been mining to predict and influence what we buy and for whom we vote. We have been handing over to them vast quantities of information about ourselves and our friends, loved ones and acquaintances. With this information, Facebook and the "big data" research firms purchasing their data predict still more things about us -- from our future product purchases or sexual orientation to our likelihood for civil disobedience or even terrorism.

The true end users of Facebook are the marketers who want to reach and influence us. They are Facebook's paying customers; we are the product. And we are its workers. The countless hours that we -- and the young, particularly -- spend on our profiles are the unpaid labor on which Facebook justifies its stock valuation.

The efforts of a few thousand employees at Facebook's Menlo Park campus pale in comparison to those of the hundreds of millions of users meticulously tweaking their pages. Corporations used to have to do research to assemble our consumer profiles; now we do it for them.

The information collected about you by Facebook through my Facebook page isn't even shared with me. Thanks to my page, Facebook knows the demographics of my readership, their e-mails, what else they like, who else they know and, perhaps most significant, who they trust. And Facebook is taking pains not to share any of this, going so far as to limit the ability of third-party applications to utilize any of this data.

Given that this was the foundation for Facebook's business plan from the start, perhaps more recent developments in the company's ever-evolving user agreement shouldn't have been so disheartening.

Still, we bridle at the notion that any of our updates might be converted into "sponsored stories" by whatever business or brand we may have mentioned. That innocent mention of cup of coffee at Starbucks, in the Facebook universe, quickly becomes an attributed endorsement of their brand. Remember, the only way to connect with something or someone is to "like" them. This means if you want to find out what a politician or company you don't like is up to, you still have to endorse them publicly.

More recently, users -- particularly those with larger sets of friends, followers and likes -- learned that their updates were no longer reaching all of the people who had signed up to get them. Now, we are supposed to pay to "promote" our posts to our friends and, if we pay even more, to their friends.

Yes, Facebook is entitled to be paid for promoting us and our interests -- but this wasn't the deal going in, particularly not for companies who paid Facebook for extra followers in the first place. Neither should users who "friend" my page automatically become the passive conduits for any of my messages to all their friends just because I paid for it.

That brings me to Facebook's most recent shift, and the one that pushed me over the edge.

Through a new variation of the Sponsored Stories feature called Related Posts, users who "like" something can be unwittingly associated with pretty much anything an advertiser pays for. Like e-mail spam with a spoofed identity, the Related Post shows up in a newsfeed right under the user's name and picture. If you like me, you can be shown implicitly recommending me or something I like -- something you've never heard of -- to others without your consent.

For now, as long as I don't like anything myself, I have some measure of control over what those who follow me receive in my name or, worse, are made to appear to be endorsing, themselves. But I feel that control slipping away, and cannot remain part of a system where liking me or my work can be used against you.

The promotional leverage that Facebook affords me is not worth the price. Besides, how can I ask you to like me, when I myself must refuse to like you or anything else?

I have always appreciated that agreeing to become publicly linked to me and my work online involves trust. It is a trust I value, but -- as it is dependent on the good graces of Facebook -- it is a trust I can live up to only by unfriending this particularly anti-social social network.

Maybe in doing so I'll help people remember that Facebook is not the Internet. It's just one website, and it comes with a price.

Source: cnn.com - Author: Douglas Rushkoff writes a regular column for CNN.com. He is a media theorist and the author of the upcoming book "Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now."

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Campaigner and film maker Tony Rooke claimed a moral victory after a UK court gave him a conditional discharge even though he has refused to pay his BBC license fee. Over 100 supporters from as far away as Denmark and Norway cheered in front of the court house as independent media people conducted interviews and photographed the crowd. Court officials had booked their largest room for the case but were at a loss to find that well over 50 people could not be fitted in.

Tony said: "I am taken a back and hugely grateful for all the support." He is asking for at least one person to take up the campaign by refusing to pay or taking other legal action (see below).

Rooke argued that the BBC's coverage of the 9/11 terror attacks in New York has been so distorted that it amounts to giving aid and comfort to the unidentified terrorists who demolished three World Trade Centre buildings in 2001. Two hijacked planes were flown into the famous Twin Towers and a third tower WTC7 collapsed later in the day. The attacks were used as the pretext for a decade of wars and the introduction of police state measures across the NATO countries. Vast personal fortunes were made by White House and CIA officials who failed to thwart 9/11.

The official 9/11 story was promulgated by the US media within minutes of the first collision, based on anonymous sources in the Bush White House. Despite a mass of new evidence coming to light in the intervening years the story has never changed and holds that the destruction was entirely caused by a band of Muslim fanatics, they succeeded without any help, and were organised by the notorious Osama Bin Laden who it is admitted was once a CIA agent. A man described as Osama Bin Laden was captured, assassinated and deposited in the ocean by US forces in Pakistan two years ago.

Sceptics say that the collapse of WTC7 must have been the result of something more than limited fires and damage from the Twin Towers, hit by the two hijacked planes. Argument has revolved around the speed of the collapse. In the BBC Conspiracy Files series, which endorsed every aspect of the official 9/11 story, it was stated that the building did not collapse at free fall speed, but later US officials were forced by video evidence to admit that it did just that.

A large group of over 1500 architects and engineers known as AE911 say that free fall collapse implies that the  building had all its supports removed at the same instant which can only happen with a controlled demolition. Tony Rooke's legal argument is that in failing to correct their free fall misinformation and many other misstatements of fact, the BBC are a party to covering up the terrorists who organised the controlled demolition of WTC7.

The BBC has also failed to publicise the finding of Richard Clarke, head of counter terrorism at the White House in 2001. Two years ago Clarke made a bombshell announcement: in the weeks before 9/11 a secret "decision" must have been taken at the CIA to over rule FBI officers who wanted to arrest some of  the people who according to the official story went on to commit the attacks. Clarke says that if this decision had not been made the 9/11 attacks would not have happened. Before Clarke went public the BBC programme makers were adamant this was a "conspiracy theory". Afterwards they failed to give it any prominence and failed to reinterview any of the officials who, if Clarke is right, must have lied to them.

Back in Horsham Magistrates Court campaigners have been planning future tactics. Tony Rook's victory, helped by lawyer Mahtab Aziz, implies that the BBC has a case to answer, but expert witnesses including Danish associate professor Niels Harrit were not called due to legal technicalities. However the District Judge would have read their statements before the hearing and taken them into account.

Conditional discharges are often used in political cases to indicate that the accused, though technically guilty, occupies the moral high ground. In addition the case provides a yardstick that can be raised by future campaigners. On the other hand because he has not been convicted, Tony cannot appeal and force the courts to scrutinise the highly questionable activities of the BBC as a conduit for CIA propaganda.

It's now essential for Tony's campaign that at least one person should take up the baton, refuse to pay their licence fee and appeal any conviction. Anyone interested should contact him at

rookietone[at]hotmail.com

Source: reinvestigate911.org

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Raw honey – which has not been pasteurized or filtered, and ideally taken directly from the hive – is a treasure chest of nutritional value and medicinal remedies. It contains an abundance of vitamins and minerals and is a natural and powerful medicine, both internally and externally.

The list of honey's beneficial functions is a long one. Honey increases calcium absorption; can increase hemoglobin count and treat or prevent anemia caused by nutritional factors; can help arthritic joints, when combined with apple cider vinegar; fights colds and respiratory infections of all kinds; can help to boost gastrointestinal ulcer healing; works as a natural and gentle laxative; aids constipation, allergies and obesity; provides an array of vitamins and minerals; and supplies instant energy without the insulin surge caused by white sugar. Many have found raw honey helpful for its positive effects against allergies and hay fever, and one or two teaspoons last thing at night can help with insomnia. As an antiseptic, honey is also a drawing agent for poisons from bites or stings or infected wounds, and has outperformed antibiotics in treatments for stomach ulcerations, gangrene, surgical wound infections, surgical incisions and the protection of skin grafts, corneas, blood vessels and bones during storage and shipment.

"Raw honey is exceptionally effective internally against bacteria and parasites. Plus, raw honey contains natural antibiotics, which help kill microbes directly. Raw honey, when applied topically, speeds the healing of tissues damaged by infection and/or trauma. It contains vitamins, minerals and enzymes, as well as sugars, all of which aid in the healing of wounds."

So writes Dr. Cass Igram, D.O. in The Survivor's Nutritional Pharmacy. In a fascinating modern development, scientists and doctors are beginning to rediscover the effectiveness of honey as a wound treatment. In recent years, honey has been used effectively in clinical settings for the treatment of fist-sized ulcers extending to the bone, as well as for first, second and third degree burns. Complete healing has been reported without the need for skin grafts and with no infection or muscle loss. It can be applied full strength to such conditions, covered with a sterile bandage, and changed daily. When the wounds are clean, honey acts as a healer. This also is the same procedure for infected wounds, ulcerations and impetigo. Garlic honey can also be applied directly to infected wounds, which will help clean up the area of infection.

Dr. Peter Molan, professor of biochemistry at Waikato University, New Zealand, has been at the forefront of honey research for 20 years. He heads the university's Honey Research Unit, which is internationally recognized for its expertise in the antimicrobial properties of honey. Clinical observations and experimental studies have established that honey has effective antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Astonishingly, it painlessly removes pus, scabs and dead tissue from wounds and stimulates new tissue growth. "Randomized trials have shown that honey is more effective in controlling infection in burn wounds than silver sulfadiazine, the antibacterial ointment most widely used on burns in hospitals," explains Dr. Molan.

Dr. Molan believes that if honey were used from the start in cases of septicemia, there would be far less tissue damage resulting. "The remarkable ability of honey to reduce inflammation and mop up free radicals should halt the progress of the skin damage like it does in burns, as well as protecting from infection setting in", says Dr. Molan. "At present, people are turning to honey when nothing else works. But there are very good grounds for using honey as a therapeutic agent of first choice."

Researchers believe that the therapeutic potential of honey is grossly underutilized. With increasing interest in the use of alternative therapies and as the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria spreads, honey may finally receive its due recognition as a wound healer.

Indeed, it works: Raw honey makes a sterile, painless and effective wound dressing. Apply it directly to open cuts, abrasions and burns, and cover it with a piece of gauze. The results will occur quicker than with conventional alternatives, such as salves and creams.

Honey is also exceptionally effective for respiratory ailments. One Bulgarian study of almost 18,000 patients found that it improved chronic bronchitis, asthmatic bronchitis, chronic and allergic rhinitis and sinusitis. It's an effective treatment for colds, flu, respiratory infections and a generally depressed immune system. Whereas sugar shuts down the immune system, a good quality honey will stimulate it into action.

Here are some more ways to utilize the healing power of honey:

BURNS - Apply freely over burns. It cools, removes pain and aids fast healing without scarring. Apart from being a salve and an antibiotic, bacteria simply cannot survive in honey.

BED WETTING - A teaspoon of honey before bed aids water retention and calms fears in children.

INSOMNIA - A dessertspoon of honey in a mug of warm milk aids sleep and works wonders.

HYPERACTIVITY - Replace all use of white sugar with honey. White sugar is highly stimulating with no food qualities. Honey provides the energy without the "spike."

NASAL CONGESTION - Place a dessertspoon of honey in a basin of water and inhale fumes after covering your head with a towel over the basin. Very effective!

FATIGUE - Dissolve a dessertspoon of honey in warm water or quarter honey balance of water in a jug and keep in the fridge. Honey is primarily fructose and glucose, so it's quickly absorbed by the digestive system. Honey is a unique natural stabilizer: Ancient Greek athletes took honey for stamina before competing and as a reviver after competition.

FACIAL DEEP CLEANSER - Mix honey with an equal quantity of oatmeal, and apply as a face pack. Leave on for half an hour, then wash it off. Great as a deep cleanser for acne and other unwanted blemishes.

POOR DIGESTION - Mix honey with an equal quantity of apple cider vinegar and dilute to taste with water. This is also wonderful for the joints – and promotes weight loss.

HAIR CONDITIONER - Mix honey with an equal quantity of olive oil, cover head with a warm tower for half an hour then shampoo off. Feeds hair and scalp. Your hair will never look or feel better!

SORE THROATS - Let a teaspoon of honey melt in the back of the mouth and trickle down the throat. Eases inflamed raw tissues.

FOR STRESS - Honey in water is a stabilizer, calming highs and raising lows. Use approximately 25 percent honey to water.

ANEMIA - Honey is the best blood enricher by raising corpuscle content. The darker the honey, the more minerals it contains.

FOOD PRESERVATIVE – If you replace the sugar in cake and cookie recipes with honey, they'll stay fresher longer due to honey's natural antibacterial properties. Reduce liquids in the mixture by about one-fifth to allow for the moisture present in the in honey.

BABY'S BOTTLE - Four teaspoons of honey to a baby's bottle of water is an excellent pacifier and multivitamin additive. If the baby's motions are too liquid, then reduce the honey by half a teaspoon; if too solid increase by half a teaspoon. (Caution: Don't give raw honey to babies under 1 year old; it's just too rich.) For teething, honey rubbed on a baby's gums is also a mild sedative and anesthetic.

OSTEOPOROSIS – Research has shown that a teaspoon of honey per day aids calcium utilization and prevents osteoporosis – probably not a bad idea for anyone over 50.

LONGEVITY - The most long-lived people in the world are all regular users of honey. An interesting fact, yet to be explained, is that beekeepers suffer less from cancer and arthritis than any other occupational group worldwide.

MIGRAINE - Use a dessertspoon of honey dissolved in half a glass of warm water. Sip at the start of a migraine attack, and, if necessary, repeat after another 20 minutes.

CONJUNCTIVITIS - Dissolve honey in an equal quantity of warm water. When cooled, apply as a lotion or eye bath.

COUGH MIXTURE – Combine 6 ounces (170 grams) liquid honey, 2 ounces (55 grams) glycerin and the juice of two lemons. Mix well. Bottle and cork firmly, and use as required.

Raw honey may become granulated, as some does after a week and another maybe only after several years. If the granulations bother you, simply place the honey into a pan of hot water (not boiling) and let it stand until becoming liquid again.

Source: Natural News via myscienceacademy.org - Author: Kelly Joyce Neff; she has an interdisciplinary degree in Celtic Studies which includes work in cultural anthropology, history, linguistics, language, and literature. She is a traditional midwife and herbalist, a reiki master, and an active craftsperson. She lives in San Francisco.

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