3 Febbraio 2009 alle 23:12 #113593
Pasquale GalassoAmministratore del forum
Che emozione Eze! E che bella passeggiata che mi hai fatto fare. Era come esserci davvero!
La voglio la biciiiiiiiii!!!!
Ciò che ne ho tratto io: non inquina (eccetto per la ricarica se la fa da presa e non in discesa), non spende e.. arriva prima delle auto 🙂
CONOSCERE NON È AVERE L'INFORMAZIONE4 Febbraio 2009 alle 18:39 #113594
ANSA) – LONDRA, 4 FEB – Il presidente americano Barack Obama vuole avviare colloqui con la Russia per arrivare a un taglio dell'80% dei rispettivi arsenali atomici. Lo afferma il Times, spiegando che Washington e Mosca scenderebbero ognuna a 1.000 testate. Il drastico taglio – scrive il Times – fa parte della profonda revisione che l'amministrazione Obama sta facendo dei piani di George W. Bush per uno 'scudo' missilistico in Europa orientale.
Nucleare; Putin: a breve possibile mondo senza atomiche
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 18:43 #113595
Come da copione, Richard, proprio questo è il segno finale.
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 18:47 #113596
scusa Pyriel mi tocco un altro pochino :denten:
MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Act
A democracy requires accountability, and accountability requires transparency. As Justice Louis Brandeis wrote, “sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants.” In our democracy, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which encourages accountability through transparency, is the most prominent expression of a profound national commitment to ensuring an open Government. At the heart of that commitment is the idea that accountability is in the interest of the Government and the citizenry alike.
The Freedom of Information Act should be administered with a clear presumption: In the face of doubt, openness prevails. The Government should not keep information confidential merely because public officials might be embarrassed by disclosure, because errors and failures might be revealed, or because of speculative or abstract fears. Nondisclosure should never be based on an effort to protect the personal interests of Government officials at the expense of those they are supposed to serve. In responding to requests under the FOIA, executive branch agencies (agencies) should act promptly and in a spirit of cooperation, recognizing that such agencies are servants of the public.
All agencies should adopt a presumption in favor of disclosure, in order to renew their commitment to the principles embodied in FOIA, and to usher in a new era of open Government. The presumption of disclosure should be applied to all decisions involving FOIA.
The presumption of disclosure also means that agencies should take affirmative steps to make information public. They should not wait for specific requests from the public. All agencies should use modern technology to inform citizens about what is known and done by their Government. Disclosure should be timely.
I direct the Attorney General to issue new guidelines governing the FOIA to the heads of executive departments and agencies, reaffirming the commitment to accountability and transparency, and to publish such guidelines in the Federal Register. In doing so, the Attorney General should review FOIA reports produced by the agencies under Executive Order 13392 of December 14, 2005. I also direct the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to update guidance to the agencies to increase and improve information dissemination to the public, including through the use of new technologies, and to publish such guidance in the Federal Register.
This memorandum does not create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.
The Director of the Office of Management and Budget is hereby authorized and directed to publish this memorandum in the Federal Register.
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 18:48 #113597
Potresti sempre portare al collo Ratzinger…
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 18:59 #113598
non ti capisco devi essere chiaro Pyriel
August 9, 2008
Mayor Tomihisa Taue called for the abolishment of nuclear weapons, saying the United States and Russia should take the lead.
“We also demand that the United Nations and international society do not ignore the nuclear weapons of North Korea, Pakistan, and Israel, as well as the suspicions of nuclear development by Iran, but take stern measures against these countries,” he said.
Taue spoke to thousands of people attending the ceremony in Nagasaki's Peace Park. As he finished his remarks, doves were released and circled above the park, where colorful strings of origami cranes had been hung by local children.
Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda also spoke, emphasizing Japan's long-standing policy of not possessing, developing or allowing nuclear weapons on its soil, as he had three days earlier at a ceremony in Hiroshima.
The anniversary comes as Japan warily eyes shifting nuclear alliances in other parts of the globe. Tokyo has expressed concern over an American nuclear accord with India that would reverse more than three decades of U.S. policy barring the sale of nuclear fuel and technology to countries that have not signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.
India has tested nuclear weapons but has not signed the nonproliferation treaty or the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. Taue on Saturday repeated calls by Japanese officials for India to participate in both treaties.
“India, whose nuclear cooperation with the U.S. is a concern, should be strongly urged to join the NPT and CTBT,” he said.
His comments came a day after a senior U.S. official urged Japan to support the nuclear accord.
“The bottom line for us is this is the way to get the cooperation we want, this is the way to get the support for nonproliferation,” Richard Boucher, assistant secretary of state for Central and South Asian affairs, told reporters Friday in Tokyo.
Nagasaki was chosen for atomic destruction because the original target, the city of Kokura, was clouded over. A number of American prisoners of war were in Nagasaki when it was bombed.
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 19:03 #113599
Devo dirtelo in Inglese?
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 19:04 #113600
si va bene anche in francese o spagnolo
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 19:12 #113601
Allora traduco: Visto che ti gratti sempre, fai prima a metterti al collo il corno anti-iella… ma Ratzinger non è il massimo…
4 Febbraio 2009 alle 19:23 #113602
no grazie :kkk:
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