Date: 01.09.2009. Time: 22.00


JACK HOLIDAY IS OVER


In the U.K summer holiday is over,people are gradually returning from holiday and children are getting ready to go back to school. In a few days it will be business as usual . Regarding  the economical problems Mr Brown stated that the recession is over but  people know that there are 5 million unemployed in the U.K. and the good news is that Mr. Tony Billr and his wife have been doing fine. (Jack I am O.K)They buy cheap property which are repossessed by the court from the poor people due to the recession which Mr. Biller and his friend Mr. W.C. Bush had caused in the world, by being a warmonger and going into Afghanistan, Iraq, and threatening Iran by calling it as an axis of evil ( this term was coined by Bush on January 2002 in describing the government who supported terrorism  and seeking  weapons of mass  destruction. Bush called Iran, Iraq, and the North Korean  as an Axis of evil) and Bush and Biller were bulling around the world which caused insecurity and economical problems, therefore people throughout the world have been paying the prices. Every day body of the dead soldiers  come home. The U.K government has delayed responding to the recession which occurred two years ago. Because Government usually at a right time increase money supply and increase government spending and decrease the taxation. We have not seen and noticed that such steps being taken by the Government. Yesterday prices of the petrol in the U.K. went up, also prices of foods are up and the earning of the people who are getting benefits have not been increased.  

                                    


Date: 02.09.09. Time:22.00

AFGHANISTAN- U.K PM Mr. Brown sated that the western government have been defeated in Afghanistan fighting against the Taliban and Al-Qaeda forces. Therefore they will train Afghanistan army and gradually leave Afghanistan. Salad thinks that all these years killing of innocent people was not necessary.  All the money and men powers of the Western Government should have been spent to educate people and upgrade people' s standard of living, health, and employment. Because  ignorant is the root of all the troubles in Afghanistan.  Tax payers money has been wasted as well as valuable lives of the innocent people of Afghanistan and Western 's soldiers. Taliban is getting stronger and their justification has been that their country has been invaded by foreigners and they have been struggling to kick them out of Afghanistan.    


                                     

                             Did not I tell you hundred times that Viagra is only for human.       




Date: 03.09.09. Time: 22.00

UFO (Unidentified Flying Object)

UFO using the Almighty 's kitchen and that is why they are more advance than the people in the plant earth. It is been reported the UFO has visited No 10 downing street, to see Mr. Brown and they have bought lot of money to resolve the recession problem.

This name was given by the US Air force in 1952.It may exist but I have not seen any. But if it does they are very advance than men in the plant earth. They can travel so fast so that no one could trace them. Their food must be good because their fuel is so large amount that they can go to many plants.

              


Date: 04.09.2009, Time: 22.00

Fire everywhere in California, in the Greek's capital Athens, and in the New Zealand , Australia and many other places. This has been due to the climate change and if we do not control it it will be worse because the more we loss tree the more climate changes rapidly. Rain forest, air, soil, water, food pollution, and many other factors caused the climate changes 99% has been human made pollution. 



Date: 05.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Swine Flu- still killing people, man with all the technology and expertise have been unable to control this killing virus. This is all to do with our hygiene environment, our health care and the nutrition we have, because if we are strong than we resist the virus.


Date: 06.09.2009. Time: 22.00

UNEMPLOYMENT- More students become graduated and cannot find job, therefore life become very boring for them after they have completed their studies. The government has been spending all the money on wars, and have not achieved anything, yet people have to suffer and pay the price.


Date: 07.09.2009. Time: 22.00

ALCOHOL - the scientists have concluded that the advertising on alcoholic drink should be banned. Because the alcoholic drinks have caused so much health problems which costs the government huge amount of money and if it goes on like this there will be a National disaster. All TV and newspapers adverts for Alcohol should be banned as part as a crackdown on the $15,000 million a year industry. This will affect Carling 's cup, Carlsberg's money for Liverpool and Everton 's and.... There has been too much advertising pushing people towards Alcohol. Professor Gerald  Hastings has stated that total ban on Alcohol advertising would help the society from a National health disaster. The Professor also mentioned that: "I would argue the Asbos should not be slapped on the teenagers, they should be slapped on the irresponsible markets.


 

Date: 08.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Flood in Turkey has been a big problem. A few people died and there will be more rain.  This has been as a result of poor mayors type of management of entire country.


Date: 09.09.09. Time: 09.09.09 We are luck that we have witnessed date and times with full of 9. 

The News is that a  boy of two years old was killed by a train in front of her mother. after he strayed on to a railway line.


Date:10.09.2009. Time: 22.00

23 dead in Turkey- Istanbul suffered heaviest rainfall in 80 years. It killed 23 people. Many others were stranded in their vehicles and had to be rescued by emergency services.

                   

Recession is getting out of control. Unemployment is raising, prices are raising.



Date:11.09.2009. Time: 22.00

                            


            

Twain Towers and ground zero


Who did it why? What was achieved?

Mr. Bush & Tony Blair are responsible


Date: 12.09.2009. Time: 22.00




Date: 13.09.2009. Time
: 22.00

Penniless TRAMP artist leaves six millions painting- An Eccentric artist who died with no bank account and an embalmed tramp in his cupboard left 6 millions, Robert Lenkiewick died of a heart attach in 2002 aged 60, with only a handful of loose change to his name. Executors found just $12 in his home, together with the body of an embalmed vagrant he used as a model for his paintings. He had no bank account  and was crippled by huge debts, despite painting 10,000 works rated of National significance, by the British Museum.


Date:14.09.2009. Time: 22.00

BUSH shoe protester is freed and says: "I was beaten and whipped"
Mr Bush was at a news conference when Mr. Zeidi suddenly hurled his shoes toward the podium. He told Mr. Bush
: "This is your farewell kiss, you dog"

                                            

Mr. Zeidi was beaten with iron bars, whipped with cords and electrocuted. He said: "in the morning , I was left in the cold weather after they splashed me with water". Americans in Iraq for the sake of oil, yes OiI have been acting in a barbaric way.



Date: 15.09.2009. Time: 22.00

UK recession is over, says Bank as FTSE edges upward. Bank of England stated that the recession was ended a year ago.





Date: 16.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Bravo.   A 107 year-old woman going to marry for the 23rd times.
                            
                                    

It is true she is ready to marry for the 23rd times. The current husband is 37 year-old drug addict who has been in a rehabilitation treatment. Muhammad Noor thinks once the 37 year-old husband recover from his drug habit may leave her therefore she become lonely. Noor is looking for a new love. Saalad asked her why she wants to marry again? Noor sad:    "Lately, there is this kind of insecurity in me. I realize that I am an aged woman. I do not have the body nor am I a young woman who can attract anyone. My intention to remarry is to fill my forlornness and nothing more than that. I wish I had my husband by my side during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Fiter." Salad asked her husband about the marriage he sated:    "It was God will we fell in love"

Salad thinks the lady has been having a good diet and drinks right clean water, because Miss Noor is very healthy and her blood circulation is very good therefore she has a healthy sex life. It is true to say everything in our life is to do with our food and our drink. She is a healthy person with a healthy attitude towards the life and herself. She accepts the reality and treats herself nicely.




Date: 17.09.2009. Time: 22.00

YOUTH Unemployment
hits one million
Gordon please should listen to the people carefully. In Britain one in five youngsters out of work and hundreds of thousands of school leavers and new graduates poured into the job market over the summer, but many has been unable to find employment. Figures released today by the office for National Statistics also show unemployment at 14-years high at 3 million. The number of people claiming jobseekers’ allowance rose by 1.6 million to 2 million. The sudden rise in youth unemployment has alarmed ministers, who fear emergence of new generation locked out of the labour market.

Salad thinks that £700 million is saved for every 100,000 people who come off the dole. Investing to save the unemployment will save more money once the economy is growing strongly again.
One has to ask Mr. Brown- why should the tax payers pay the cost of war in Iraq and in Afghanistan, one needs to concentrate to resolve the problems at home.

                                             




Date: 18.09.2009. Time: 22.00


LIFE EXPECTANCY in U.K- has been improving in London.
BURIAL records reveal short lives of starving Londoners in 1809
The followings have taken place:
Swine flu, credit crunch, food prices rise, unemployment rise, pollutions, and many other problem we have been faced, but you are in living in 1809. The life expectancy was 34, today is 84, and therefore things have been improving. It was the creation of the NHS in 1948 that got Londoners up to the sorts of levels of the life expectancy we have seen for the last 30 years or so.
Salad assures you if you eat a right food, and drink clean water the quality life improves so the life expectancy will be increased.

     
                                               
W.C Churchill as a Jewish man believed that:  "the politic is to misrepresent and lying to the public, saying something and doing something entirely opposite." In the third  world countries all the leaders and politicians are following W.C. Churchill philosophy and deceiving their own nations, in a various ways, some in the name of religion, the others in the name of the other ism... . and...But people are more cleverer than the politicians, people winding them up and never be fool of them. 



Date:18.09.2009. Time: 17.00

Jewish New Year- 



Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: literally "head of the year," Biblical: Israeli: Yiddish: is a Jewish holiday commonly referred to as the "Jewish New Year." It is observed on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar, as ordained in the Torah, in Leviticus 23:24. Rosh Hashanah is the first of the High Holidays or Yamim Noraim ("Days of Awe"), or Asseret Yemei Teshuva (Ten Days of Repentance) which are days specifically set aside to focus on repentance that conclude with the holiday of Yom Kippur.
Rosh Hashanah is the start of the civil year in the Hebrew calendar (one of four "new year" observances that define various legal "years" for different purposes as explained in the Mishnah and Talmud). It is the new year for people, animals, and legal contracts. The Mishnah also sets this day aside as the new year for calculating calendar years and sabbatical (shmita) and jubilee (yovel) years. Rosh Hashanah commemorates the creation of man whereas five days earlier, on 25 of Elul, marks the first day of creation.
The Mishnah, the core text of Judaism's oral Torah, contains the first known reference to Rosh Hashanah as the "day of judgment." In the Talmud tractate on Rosh Hashanah it states that three books of account are opened on Rosh Hashanah, wherein the fate of the wicked, the righteous, and those of an intermediate class are recorded. The names of the righteous are immediately inscribed in the book of life, and they are sealed "to live." The middle class are allowed a respite of ten days, until Yom Kippur, to repent and become righteous; the wicked are "blotted out of the book of the living."



MUSLIM EID UL-FITR

Month of Ramadan is ending and Muslims throughout are going to celebrate the festivity.  It is based on viewing the moon of Shawwal which will be sited on the eve of the last day of Ramadan in each country.

                                  


Date: 20.09.2009. Time: 22.00

EID is depending upon sighting the moon in the eve of the last day, then the end of Ramazan is celebrated throughout the Muslims world:

Eid ul-Fitr or Id-ul-Fitr often abbreviated to Eid, is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fiṭr means "charity" (and can also mean "nature", from the word "fitrah"); and so the holiday symbolizes the breaking of the fasting period. It is celebrated starting on the last day of the Islamic month of Ramadan.
Eid ul-Fitr is a day long celebration and is sometimes also known as the "Smaller Eid" as compared to the Eid ul-Adha that lasts four days and is called the "Greater Eid"
Muslims are commanded by the Qur'an to complete their fast on the last day of Ramadan and then recite the Takbir all throughout the period of Eid (Allah (God) is the greatest)

Common greetings during this holiday are the Arabic greeting ‘Īd mubārak ("Blessed Eid")
Typically, Muslims wake up early in the morning and have a small breakfast (as a sign of not being on a fast on that day) of preferably the date fruit, before attending a special Eid prayer (salah) that is performed in congregation at mosques or open areas like fields, squares etc. Muslims are encouraged to dress in their best clothes (new if possible) for the occasion. No adhan or iqama is to be pronounced for this Eid prayer, and it consists of only two raka'ahs. The Eid prayer is followed by the khutbah (sermon) and then a supplication (dua') asking for forgiveness, mercy and help for all living beings across the world. The khutbah also instructs Muslims as to the performance of rituals of Eid, such as the zakat. It is then customary to embrace the persons sitting on either side of oneself, whilst greeting them. After the prayers, people also visit their relatives, friends and acquaintances and some people also pay visits to the graveyards (ziyarat al-qubur). Eid ul-Fitr is not a day of rest, because there is no basis for rest in the Qu'ran. [edit] The Takbir and other Rituals. The Takbir is recited after having confirmation that the moon of Shawwal is sighted on the eve of the last day of Ramadan. It continues until the start of the Eid prayer. Before the Eid prayer begins, every Muslim who is able must pay Zakat al-fitr, an alms for the month of Ramadan. This equates to about 2 kilograms (4.4 lb) of a basic foodstuff (wheat, barley, dates, raisins, etc.), or its cash equivalent, and is typically collected at the mosque. This is distributed to needy local Muslims prior to the start of the Eid prayer. It can be given at any time during the month of Ramadan and is often given early, so the recipient can use it for Eid purchases. This is distinct from Zakat based on wealth, which must be paid to a worthy charity. The Takbir consists of:

Salad did fast for one month and he enjoyed doing it thoroughly. During the fast we  Muslims cook all the day and eat all the night. (In fact we should eat little and help the needy). We do not care about the needy. We sleep during the day and do not work, because we think we should rest, also because we eat a big and heavy meal  twice in this month therefore we cannot move. We eat  various  foods and drink plenty therefore our body suffers more, with bloated and ....  God Almighty may forgive us. For God sake have a break have a rest for at least a few days.

Joke

One of my Pakistani friend was telling me that: "In the Month of Ramadan in some places some people put on  more weight because they eat more to safeguard oneself from hunger and thirst during the time of fasting. Some enjoyed making large burps after a heavy meals and to have a stomach fully bloated all days, and to make hundred burps per a minutes, and and if possible release several farts in none a second, as well as releasing various gases during day and nights. Some rich family also buy more food stuffs, and have a big parties during the evening and do not invite the poor people in their parties and one has to sit aside and to have observe and watch when some people are opening their fast, the speed of eating is enormous and beyond the believe. It is 100 spoons full with mixed of food stuffs into the mouth per second. Two plate full of food stuffs mixed with greasy and fully salted foods will be empty in a minute. Honestly it is very entertaining. The idea of fasting is to obey the command of God and to help the needy, but ...."


Date: 21.09.2009. Time: 22.00

WHITE TEA:

               

White tea is the uncured and unoxidized tea leaf. Like green, and black tea, white tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. Oolong and black teas are oxidized before curing.
White tea contains buds and young tea leaves, with higher caffeine than older leaves, suggesting the caffeine content of white teas may be higher than that of green teas.
White tea is a specialty of the Chinese province Fujian. The leaves come from varieties of tea cultivars. According to the standards of picking and selection, white teas can be classified into a number of grades, described in the varieties section


BENEFITS
White tea compared to green tea
A study at Pace University in 2004 showed white tea had more anti-viral and anti-bacterial qualities than green tea White tea contains higher catechin levels than green tea due to its lack of processing. Catechin concentration is greatest in fresh, unbroken and unfermented tea leaves. Furthermore, one study examining the composition of brewed green and white teas found that white tea contained more gallic acid and theobromine.
As white tea is made out of young leaves and buds, it has more of amino acid theanine (has relaxing and mood enhancing properties) than green and black teas which are made from older leaves. Caffeine content of green and white teas are similar, though both depend on factors such as the variety of tea, the cut and length of the leaf, and the method of steeping. White tea is thought to contain less fluoride than green tea, since it is made from young leaves only, but both white and green teas use young leaves, and bai mu dan white tea uses the more mature leaves as well.

BREWING

Generally, around 2 to 2.5 grams of tea per 200 ml (6 ounces) of water, or about 1.5 teaspoons of white tea per cup, should be used. White teas should be prepared with 80°C (180°F) water (not boiling) and steeped for 2 to 3 minutes. Many tea graders, however, choose to brew this tea for much longer, as long as 10 minutes on the first infusion, to allow the delicate aromas to develop. Finer teas expose more flavour and complexity with no bitterness. Lower grade teas do not always stand this test well and develop bitter flavours or tannins. On successive brews (white teas produce three very good brews and a fourth that is passable), extend the time by several minutes per brewing. The third brew may require as long as 15 minutes to develop well. Temperature is crucial: if it is too hot, the brew will be bitter and the finer flavours will be overpowered.




Date: 22.09.2009. Time: 22.00

BELIEVES & Money &



The teaching of all the religions are good. But some leaders taking advantages of uninformed people and use them to ....

THE Catholic POPE + Jewish Rabbi + Muslim Malawi + Zoroaster Mobads  + Buddhist monk and .. are powerful peop
le controlling the wealth and the people and making wars and misery for the people. Look around the world and see starvation,  illiteracy, pollutions, health issues, crimes, ......If you do not believe then read the history 


        

Moobad Zartoshti                  Atashkateh YAZD                                Zartoshti wedding




              
DALI LAMA                    RABBI                        The Pope                  SHIKh                  

 
       
 
Charles Darwin          Stalin               Karl Marx                Mahatma Gandhi



     

THE POPE & VATICAN



THE POPE
The pope (from Latin: "papa" or "father" from Greek is the Bishop of Rome and, as such, is leader of the worldwide Catholic Church (that is, both the Latin Rite and the Eastern Catholic Churches, all of which are in full communion with the Roman Pontiff). The current (conventionally considered the 265th) office-holder is Pope Benedict XVI, who was elected in papal conclave on 19 April 2005.





Vatican City - officially the State of the Vatican City (Italian: Stato della Città del Vaticano), is a landlocked sovereign city-state whose territory consists of a walled enclave within the city of Rome, the capital city of Italy. At approximately 44 hectares (110 acres) (0.44 km2), and with a population of around 900, it is the smallest country in the world by both area and population.
Vatican City is a city-state that came into existence in 1929 and is thus distinct from the central authority of the Roman Catholic Church, known as the Holy See, which existed long before 1929. Ordinances of Vatican City are published in Italian; official documents of the Holy See are issued mainly in Latin. The two entities even have distinct passports: the Holy See, not being a country, only issues diplomatic and service passports; the state of Vatican City issues normal passports. In both cases the passports issued are very few.
The Lateran Treaty in 1929, which brought the city-state into existence, spoke of it as a new creation (Preamble and Article III), not as a vestige of the much larger Papal States (756-1870) that had previously encompassed central Italy. Most of this territory was absorbed into the Kingdom of Italy in 1860, and the final portion, namely the city of Rome with a small area close to it, ten years later, in 1870.
Vatican City is an ecclesiastical or sacerdotal-monarchical state, ruled by the bishop of Rome—the Pope. The highest state functionaries are all clergymen of the Roman Catholic Church. It is the sovereign territory of the Holy See (Sancta Sedes) and the location of the Pope's residence, referred to as the Apostolic Palace.
The Popes have resided in the area that in 1929 became Vatican City since the return from Avignon in 1377. Previously, they resided in the Lateran Palace on the Caelian Hill on the opposite side of Rome, which was out of repair in 1377. The signing of the agreements that established the new state took place in the latter building, giving rise to the name of Lateran Pacts, by which they are known.


The name "Vatican" is ancient and predates Christianity, coming from the Latin Mons Vaticanus, meaning Vatican Mount. The territory of Vatican City is part of the Mons Vaticanus, and of the adjacent former Vatican Fields where St. Peter's Basilica, the Apostolic Palace, the Sistine Chapel, and museums were built, along with various other buildings. The area was part of the Roman rione of Borgo until 1929. Being separated from the city, on the west bank of the Tiber river, the area was an outcrop of the city that was protected by being included within the walls of Leo IV, and later expanded by the current fortification walls of Paul III/Pius IV/Urban VIII. When the Lateran Treaty of 1929 that gave the state its present form was being prepared, the boundaries of the proposed territory was influenced by the fact that much of it was all but enclosed by this loop. For some tracts of the frontier, there was no wall, but the line of certain buildings supplied part of the boundary, and for a small part of the frontier a modern wall was constructed. The territory includes St. Peter's Square, distinguished from the territory of Italy only by a white line along the limit of the square, where it touches Piazza Pio XII. St. Peter's Square is reached through the Via della Conciliation which runs from the Tiber River to St. Peter's. This grand approach was constructed by Benito Mussolini after the conclusion of the Lateran Treaty.
According to the Lateran Treaty, certain properties of the Holy See that are located in Italian territory, most notably Castel Gandolfo and the major basilicas, enjoy extraterritorial status similar to that of foreign embassies.[14][15] These properties, scattered all over Rome and Italy, house essential offices and institutions necessary to the character and mission of the Holy See.[15]
Castel Gandolfo and the named basilicas are patrolled internally by police agents of Vatican City State and not by Italian police. St. Peter's Square is ordinarily policed jointly by both.[14]
Vatican City Gardens
Main article: Gardens of Vatican City
Within the territory of Vatican City are the Vatican Gardens (Italian: ‘Giardini Vaticani’), which account for more than half of this territory. The gardens, established during the Renaissance and Baroque era, are decorated with fountains and sculptures.

HEAD OF STATE
The name "Vatican" is ancient and predates Christianity, coming from the Latin Mons Vaticanus, meaning Vatican Mount. The territory of Vatican City is part of the Mons Vaticanus, and of the adjacent former Vatican Fields where St. Peter's Basilica, the Apostolic Palace, the Sistine Chapel, and museums were built, along with various other buildings. The area was part of the Roman rione of Borgo until 1929. Being separated from the city, on the west bank of the Tiber river, the area was an outcrop of the city that was protected by being included within the walls of Leo IV, and later expanded by the current fortification walls of Paul III/Pius IV/Urban VIII. When the Lateran Treaty of 1929 that gave the state its present form was being prepared, the boundaries of the proposed territory was influenced by the fact that much of it was all but enclosed by this loop. For some tracts of the frontier, there was no wall, but the line of certain buildings supplied part of the boundary, and for a small part of the frontier a modern wall was constructed. The territory includes St. Peter's Square, distinguished from the territory of Italy only by a white line along the limit of the square, where it touches Piazza Pio XII. St. Peter's Square is reached through the Via della Conciliation which runs from the Tiber River to St. Peter's. This grand approach was constructed by Benito Mussolini after the conclusion of the Lateran Treaty.
According to the Lateran Treaty, certain properties of the Holy See that are located in Italian territory, most notably Castel Gandolfo and the major basilicas, enjoy extraterritorial status similar to that of foreign embassies. These properties, scattered all over Rome and Italy, house essential offices and institutions necessary to the character and mission of the Holy See.
Castel Gandolfo and the named basilicas are patrolled internally by police agents of Vatican City State and not by Italian police. St. Peter's Square is ordinarily policed jointly by both.

HISTORY
In this originally uninhabited area on the opposite side of the Tiber from the city of Rome, Agrippina the Elder (14 BC – 18 October AD 33) drained the hill and environs and built her gardens in the early 1st century AD. Emperor Caligula (37-41) started construction of a circus (40) that was later completed by Nero, the Circus Gaii et Neronis,[17] usually called, simply, the Circus of Nero. The Vatican obelisk was originally taken by Caligula from Heliopolis, Egypt to decorate the spina of his circus and is thus its last visible remnant. This area became the site of martyrdom of many Christians after the great fire of Rome in 64. Ancient tradition holds that it was in this circus that Saint Peter was crucified upside down. Opposite the circus was a cemetery separated by the Via Cornelia. Funeral monuments and mausoleums and small tombs as well as altars to pagan gods of all kinds of polytheistic religions were constructed lasting until before the construction of the Constantinian Basilica of St. Peter's in the first half of the 4th century. Remains of this ancient necropolis were brought to light sporadically during renovations by various popes throughout the centuries increasing in frequency during the Renaissance until it was systematically excavated by orders of Pope Pius XII from 1939 to 1941.
In 326, the first church, the Constantinian basilica, was built over the site that Roman Catholic apologists as well as noted Italian archaeologists argue was the tomb of Saint Peter, buried in a common cemetery on the spot. From then on the area started to become more populated, but mostly only by dwelling houses connected with the activity of St. Peter's. A palace was constructed near the site of the basilica as early as the 5th century during the pontificate of Pope Symmachus (pope 498-514).[18]
Popes in their secular role gradually came to govern neighbouring regions and, through the Papal States, ruled a large portion of the Italian peninsula for more than a thousand years until the mid 19th century, when all of the territory of the Papal States was seized by the newly created Kingdom of Italy. For much of this time the Vatican was not the habitual residence of the Popes, but rather the Lateran Palace, and in recent centuries, the Quirinal Palace, while the residence from 1309-1377 was at Avignon in France.
In 1870, the Pope's holdings were left in an uncertain situation when Rome itself was annexed by the Piedmont-led forces which had united the rest of Italy, after a nominal resistance by the papal forces. Between 1861 and 1929 the status of the Pope was referred to as the "Roman Question". They were undisturbed in their palace, and given certain recognitions by the Law of Guarantees, including the right to send and receive ambassadors. But they did not recognize the Italian king's right to rule in Rome, and they refused to leave the Vatican compound until the dispute was resolved in 1929. Other states continued to maintain international recognition of the Holy See as a sovereign entity. In practice Italy made no attempt to interfere with the Holy See within the Vatican walls. However, they confiscated church property in many other places, including, perhaps most notably, the Quirinal Palace, formerly the pope's official residence. Pope Pius IX (1846-1878), the last ruler of the Papal States, claimed that after Rome was annexed he was a "Prisoner in the Vatican". This situation was resolved on 11 February 1929 between the Holy See and the Kingdom of Italy.
The treaty was signed by Benito Mussolini on behalf of King Victor Emmanuel III and by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri for Pope Pius XI. The Lateran Treaty and the Concordat established the independent State of the Vatican City and granted Roman Catholicism special status in Italy. In 1984, a new concordat between the Holy See and Italy modified certain provisions of the earlier treaty, including the position of Roman Catholicism as the Italian state religion.


GOVERMENT
The politics of Vatican City takes place in an absolute elective monarchy, in which the head of the Roman Catholic Church takes power. The Pope exercises principal legislative, executive, and judicial power over the State of Vatican City (an entity distinct from the Holy See), which is a rare case of a non-hereditary monarchy. Vatican City is currently one of the few countries that has not become a member of the United Nations.

POLITIC SYSTEM

The government of Vatican City has a unique structure. The Pope is the sovereign of the state. Legislative authority is vested in the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State, a body of cardinals appointed by the Pope for five-year periods. Executive power is in the hands of the President of that commission, assisted by the General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary. The state's foreign relations are entrusted to the Holy See's Secretariat of State and diplomatic service. Nevertheless, the pope has full and absolute executive, legislative and judicial power over Vatican City. He is currently the only absolute monarch in Europe.
There are specific departments that deal with health, security, telecommunications, etc.
The Cardinal Camerlengo heads the Apostolic Chamber to which is entrusted the administration of the property and the protection of the temporal rights of the Holy See during a sede vacante (papal vacancy). Those of the Vatican State remain under the control of the Pontifical Commission for the State of Vatican City. Acting with three other cardinals chosen by lot every three days, one from each order of cardinals (cardinal bishop, cardinal priest, and cardinal deacon), he in a sense performs during that period the functions of head of state. All the decisions these four cardinals take must be approved by the College of Cardinals as a whole.
The nobility that was closely associated with the Holy See at the time of the Papal States continued to be associated with the Papal Court after the loss of these territories, generally with merely nominal duties (see Papal Master of the Horse, Prefecture of the Pontifical Household, Hereditary officers of the Roman Curia, Black Nobility). They also formed the ceremonial Noble Guard. In the first decades of the existence of the Vatican City State, executive functions were entrusted to some of them, including that of Delegate for the State of Vatican City (now denominated President of the Commission for Vatican City). But with the motu proprio Pontificalis Domus of 28 March 1968,[21] Pope Paul VI abolished the honorary positions that had continued to exist until then, such as Quartermaster General and Master of the Horse.
The State of the Vatican City, created in 1929 by the Lateran Pacts, provides the Holy See with a temporal jurisdiction and independence within a small territory. It is distinct from the Holy See. The state can thus be deemed a significant but not essential instrument of the Holy See. The Holy See itself has existed continuously as a juridical entity since Roman Imperial times and has been internationally recognized as a powerful and independent sovereign entity since late antiquity to the present, without interruption even at times when it was deprived of territory (e.g. 1870 to 1929). The Holy See has the oldest active continuous diplomatic service in the world, dating back to at least AD 325 with its legation to the Council of Nicea. Ambassadors are accredited to the Holy See, never to the Vatican City State.

MILITARY

Though earlier Popes recruited Swiss mercenaries as part of an army, the Pontifical Swiss Guard was founded by Pope Julius II on 22 January 1506 as the personal bodyguard of the Pope and continues to fulfil that function. It is listed in the Annuario Pontificio under "Holy See", not under "State of Vatican City". At the end of 2005, the Guard had 134 members. Recruitment is arranged by a special agreement between the Holy See and Switzerland, and is restricted to Roman Catholic male (Swiss) citizens. The Palatine Guard and the Noble Guard were disbanded by Pope Paul VI in 1970. While the first body was founded as a militia at the service of the Papal States, its functions within the Vatican State, like those of the Noble Guard, were merely ceremonial.
The Corpo della Gendarmeria acts as a police force. Its full name is Corpo della Gendarmeria dello Stato della Città del Vaticano (which means "Gendarmerie Corps of the Vatican City State"), although it is sometimes referred to as Vigilanza, as a shortening of an earlier name. The Gendarmeria is responsible for public order, law enforcement, crowd and traffic control, and criminal investigations in Vatican City.

ADMINSTRATION

Legislative functions are delegated to the unicameral Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State, led by the President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State. Its seven members are cardinals appointed by the Pope for terms of five years. Acts of the commission must be approved by the pope, through the Holy See's Secretariat of State, and before taking effect must be published in a special appendix of the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. Most of the content of this appendix consists of routine executive decrees, such as approval for a new set of postage stamps.
Executive authority is delegated to the Governorate of Vatican City. The Governorate consists of the President of the Pontifical Commission — using the title "President of the Governorate of Vatican City" — a General Secretary, and a Vice General Secretary, each appointed by the pope for five year terms. Important actions of the Governorate must be confirmed by the Pontifical Commission and by the Pope through the Secretariat of State.
The Governorate oversees the central governmental functions through several departments and offices. The directors and officials of these offices are appointed by the pope for five year terms. These organs concentrate on material questions concerning the state's territory, including local security, records, transportation, and finances. The Governorate oversees a modern security and police corps, the Corpo della Gendarmeria dello Stato della Città del Vaticano.
Judicial functions are delegated to a supreme court, an appeals court, a tribunal, and a trial judge.
In all cases, the pope may choose at any time to exercise supreme legislative, executive, or judicial functions in the state.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Vatican City State is a recognized national territory under international law, but it is the Holy See that conducts diplomatic relations on its behalf, in addition to the Holy See's own diplomacy, entering into international agreements in its regard. The Vatican City State thus has no diplomatic service of its own. Because of space limitations, Vatican City is with Liechtenstein the only country in the world not — being able — to host any embassy. Foreign embassies to the Holy See are located in the city of Rome; only during the Second World War were the staffs of some embassies given what hospitality was possible within the narrow confines of Vatican City — embassies such as that of the United Kingdom while Rome was held by the Axis Powers, embassies such as Germany's when the Allies controlled Rome.
The size of Vatican City is thus unrelated to the large global reach exercised by the Holy See as an entity quite distinct from the state.

GEOGRAPHY

Vatican City, one of the European microstates, is situated on the Vatican Hill in the west-central part of Rome, several hundred metres west of the Tiber river. Its borders (3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) in total, all within Italy) closely follow the city wall constructed to protect the Pope from outside attack. The situation is more complex at the famous St. Peter's Square in front of St. Peter's Basilica, where the correct border is just outside the ellipse formed by Bernini's colonnade, but where police jurisdiction has been entrusted to Italy. Vatican City is the smallest sovereign state in the world at 0.44 square kilometres (44 ha; 110 acres)
The Vatican climate is the same as Rome's; a temperate, Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters from September to mid-May and hot, dry summers from May to August. There are some local features, principally mists and dews, caused by the anomalous bulk of St Peter's Basilica, the elevation, the fountains and the size of the large paved square.
In July 2007, the Vatican agreed to become the first carbon neutral state. They plan to accomplish this by offsetting carbon dioxide emissions with the creation of a Vatican Climate Forest in Hungary.

ECONOMY
The unique, non-commercial economy is supported financially by contributions (part of which is known as Peter's Pence) from Roman Catholics throughout the world, the sale of postage stamps and tourist mementos, fees for admission to museums, and the sale of publications. The incomes and living standards of lay workers are comparable to, or somewhat better than, those of counterparts who work in the city of Rome.
Vatican City issues its own coins. It has used the euro as its currency since 1 January 1999, owing to a special agreement with the European Union (council decision 1999/98/CE). Euro coins and notes were introduced in 1 January 2002—the Vatican does not issue euro banknotes. Issuance of euro-denominated coins is strictly limited by treaty, though somewhat more than usual is allowed in a year in which there is a change in the papacy. Because of their rarity, Vatican euro coins are highly sought by collectors. Until the adoption of the Euro, Vatican coinage and stamps were denominated in their own Vatican lira currency, which was on par with the Italian lira.
It also has its own bank, Istituto per le Opere di Religione (also known as the Vatican Bank, and with the acronym IOR). This bank has an ATM with instructions in Latin, possibly the only such ATM in the world.
• Budget: Revenues (2003) 252 million USD; expenditures (2003) 264 million USD.
• Industries: printing and production of few mosaics and staff uniforms; worldwide financial activities.

CULTURE

Vatican City contains a number of items of historic interest. Buildings such as St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel are home to some of the most famous art in the world, which includes works by artists such as Botticelli, Bernini, Raphael and Michelangelo. The Vatican Library and the collections of the Vatican Museums are of the highest historical, scientific and cultural importance. In 1984, the Vatican was added by UNESCO to the List of World Heritage Sites; it is the only one to consist of an entire state. Furthermore, it is the only site to date registered with the UNESCO as a centre containing monuments in the "International Register of Cultural Property under Special Protection" according to the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.







Date: 23.09.2009. Time: 22.00


                                   

Asylum seekers living in France


It is very heart breaking to see that 40.000 Asylum seekers and their families with innocent children have been livig in a disgrace conditions in so called a jungle in northern France coast without any primitive living facilities. (Most of them are people from Afghanistan  - Iraq -Turkey, China, Congo etc..) The jungle is similar to a concentration camp. The European Community and  all  the Western Governments should be a shame of themselves. The west is partially responsible for what has been going on in the third world countries. As a result of wrong policies by the west and interference with other counties internal affairs for various political, economical goals as well as supporting the dictators the ordinary people of the regions have been suffering. Most of the Asylum seekers have a genuine case and should have been supported. One needs to look into the problem and resolve it. Most of the Asylum seekers have been trying to come to Britain. It is been said: "are much better treated in Britain, where they are registered and are afforded welfare rights straight away".
In France they have been waiting for more than a year in a chaotic atmosphere. "They have to wait six months before they are even registered as asylum seekers, meaning they are effectively 'non-persons' without any form of official protection".
It is good if from day one these Asylum seekers cases be dealt with properly  to  save human beings from misery in this way time, cost and energy would have been saved.

123 children held as riot police clear Calais Jungle
Left wing protestors fought 500 police as armed officers began clearing the “Jungle” shanty town in Calais, northern France. Some of the Legal migrants vanished overnight, moving to other parts of Calais to come to Britain. Children on arrival of the French police were crying say: “we will fight”, “No border, no nation, no deportation”. Finally the bulldozer destroyed the camp and many were arrested and taken by the police.




Date: 22.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Jobseeker allowance for hero pilot



                                 
Hero Pilot with "CV has to sign on dole


Peter Burkill, who was praised with his co-pilot for saving the lives of 136 passengers aboard the Boeing 777, took voluntary redundancy from British Airways in the summer to spend time with his family.
The pilot, who lives in Worcester, is said by his wife Maria to be confident of finding work soon despite being rejected by Korean Air, which requires that applicants do not have an "accident or incident" on their CV.
Capt Burkill, 45, was widely commended for helping to bring the jet down safely after its engines failed on the approach to Heathrow in January last year.
His wife, who works for East Midlands Ambulance Service, told the Press Association the couple were frustrated at Korean Air's rules.
But Mrs Burkill added that her husband - who will receive jobseeker's allowance of £64-a-week - had been shortlisted by other airlines and was waiting for news of interviews.
The 35-year-old mother-of-three said: "He has applied to other companies, but they are not interviewing at the moment. We are not moaning and we are not worrying about it."
Mrs Burkill, who said her husband was considering making after-dinner speeches, went on: "I would like to think he will be flying, if he chooses to fly, in the next six months."
The emergency medical technician, a former British Airways stewardess, stressed that the couple did not want to appear to be "whingeing" about Korean Air's decision or their own finances.
She said: "At the time it was disappointing, but they have got a protocol and that is what they are following. It is frustrating because Pete is a pilot and loves flying, but we never expected him to be flying before the end of the year and we appreciate we are in a far more fortunate position than many other people."


Date: 25.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Soon the Taliban of Afghanistan will overtake No 10 Downing Street to govern Britain. They do rather better than Mr Gord.




The Attorney General and the Solicitor General are the Government's chief legal advisers, advising on domestic and international law. They also have public interest roles, for example in relation to criminal cases and contempt of court proceedings. In England and Wales, they superintend the work of the Crown Prosecution Service and the Serious Fraud Office and in Northern Ireland they superintend the functions of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Baroness Scotland Law Minister employed an illegal immigrant lady to work in her home, without a legal work permit. Lady Scotland apologized for the inadvertent error.


TALIBAN AT No 10 Downing Street


                                                        


The Tabliban will do the followings:
  1. All the pubs serve Halla non Alcoholic drinks
  2. No pork will be served
  3. Soho and all the prostitutes must pay tax to us .
  4. Gays will be executed. Lesbians must be limited
  5. All women will wear Burgh a
  6. Men must grow beard or a big moustache
  7. All the policemen must wear turban and the policewomen must wear Burgh a
  8. Five time praying per day will be fixed by the GMT (Big Bang)
  9. Hashish and opium will be served directly by the No 10 Downing Street at noon sharp by 12.00 hours each day except Sundays.
  10. All the judges will wear turbans, no more wearing the ugly wigs
  11. All Afghans will be responsible for all the Benefits office.More rules will be announced later on   

Date: 24.09.2009. Time: 22.00



MUAMMAR  GADAFI IS DIFFERENT


He was suppose to talk 15 minutes but he made speech in 100 minutes


It was meant to be a day of global reconciliation, when the new leader of the free world put all the rancour of the past eight years behind him and heralded an era of unity. And so it might have been were it not for a short man, swathed in saffron robes and a black felt hat waving his arms around and shouting: "Terrorism!"
Muammar Gaddafi - for it was he - grabbed his 15 minutes of fame at the UN building in New York today and ran with it. He ran with it so hard he stretched it to an hour and 40 minutes, six times longer than his allotted slot, to the dismay of UN organisers. On his first visit to the US, and in his maiden address to the UN general assembly, Gaddafi fully lived up to his reputation for eccentricity, bloody-mindedness and extreme verbiage.
He tore up a copy of the UN charter in front of startled delegates, accused the security council of being an al-Qaida like terrorist body, called for George Bush and Tony Blair to be put on trial for the Iraq war, demanded $7.7tn in compensation for the ravages of colonialism on Africa, and wondered whether swine flu was a biological weapon created in a military laboratory. At one point, he even demanded to know who was behind the killing of JFK. All in all, a pretty ordinary 100 minutes in the life of the colonel.
To be fair, this was a man suffering from severe sleep deprivation. The US state department, New York city council and Donald Trump had prevented him from laying his weary head in an air-conditioned tent in New Jersey, Central Park and Bedford respectively, and the resulting strain was evident.
"I woke up at 4am, before dawn!" Gaddafi lamented about an hour into his speech, adding for the benefit of the jetlagged diplomats seated stony-faced in front of him: "You should be asleep! You're all tired after a sleepless night!"
Gaddafi certainly knows how to woo a crowd, particularly at important junctures such as this. This was after all his big chance to cement Libya's re-entry into the bosom of the international community after 20 years in the wilderness.
The technique he chose to do so - cunningly - was to blatantly insult his audience. The representatives of the 192 nations assembled in the assembly hall were no better, he told them, than orators at Hyde Park's Speakers' Corner. "You make your speech and then you disappear. That's all you are right now."
He then turned his wrath on to America, Britain, France, Russia and China - the permanent members of the security council, or "terror council" as he renamed it. Their veto was tantamount to terrorism. "This is terrorism, like the terrorism of al-Qaida. Terrorism is not just al-Qaida, it takes many forms."
In case the point was lost on anyone, he tore up his copy of the UN rule book.
Having thus abused and alienated 99.99% of the world's top diplomats, he suddenly changed tack, heaping praise and devotion on the one man he appears to respect. "Now the black man doesn't have to sit in the back of the bus, the American people made him president and we are proud of that. We would be happy if Obama stayed president of America forever."
Poor Barack Obama. Having Gaddafi applaud his stance towards the world must have been as pleasing as being congratulated on his domestic policy by the leader of the birthers, who insist Obama was not born in America. In an example of exquisite stage management in which the UN appears to specialise, Gaddafi was scheduled to speak immediately after Obama's first historic address to the general assembly.
If Gaddafi upstaged everybody inside the austere UN assembly hall, outside the building the PR message would have been a little less to his liking. Relatives of the victims of Pan Am 103 gathered in New York's First Avenue bearing posters saying "Murderer" and venting their anger about the hero's welcome given to the Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi last month. That aside, the self-proclaimed king of kings, figurehead of a thousand African kingdoms, must have been chuffed by how his morning had turned out. Now, where to pitch that tent? A lot of hot air UN protocol stipulates that heads of state addressing the general assembly must keep to time limits – 15 minutes since rules changed in 2003. Muammar Gaddafi's 100 minutes was clearly way too much, although modest compared with Cuba's Fidel Castro, who in 1960 spoke for a record four hours and 29 minutes, also to the general assembly. The overall record for a non-head of state is held by India's then UN ambassador, Krishna Menon, in 1957. He was defending India's stand on Kashmir to the security council. "People went out and had lunch and came back, and then went and had dinner and came back and he was still going at it," one fan remembered later.


Date: 24.09.2009. Time: 22.00

        U.K 's Newspapers Daily Mail + Evening Standard:

 " we are sorry Ali for lying about you"


                                       






Commander Ali Dizaei (born c.1962 in Rasht-Iran) is a senior officer in theLondonMetropolitan Police. An Iranian-born Muslim with dual nationality, he came to prominence after an inquiry into alleged malpractice (of which he was cleared) and has frequently spoken out in the media on a variety of issues, mainly concerned with ethnicity and religion.

Dizaei's father was a deputy commissioner of police in Tehran. Dizaei was educated at a private boarding school in Arundel in West Sussex; this was the wish of his father, who believed that the only way his sons would truly succeed was through a good British education. Dizaei studied law at university, later gaining a PhD, and joined Thames Valley Police in 1986. He served in Henley-on-Thames, in uniform and the Criminal Investigation Department, rising to the rank of Chief Inspector. He was appointed an adviser on race issues to the Home Secretary, and then transferred to the Metropolitan Police on promotion to Superintendent on 29 March 1999 as a staff officer to Assistant Commissioner Ian Johnston. On 17 May 1999 he was transferred to Kensington police station and on 3 April 2000 became Superintendent Operations there. He was already outspoken on race issues, first coming to media attention in November 1999 for his criticism of questions asked in promotion exams.

 

 From 2000, Dizaei was investigated by the force after allegations of taking bribes, using drugs and prostitutes, and even spying for Iran. There were counter-allegations by his supporters that the investigation was prompted by the belief of some senior officers that he was too ambitious, too critical of the police (particularly relating to racism), too close to the Iranian community, and too flamboyant. He flouted uniform rules by wearing designer belts, sunglasses and cowboy boots, visited expensive nightclubs, and had an "open marriage", none of which endeared him to more conservative officers.[2] The investigations, codenamed Operation Helios, officially cost £3 million.

Dizaei was suspended on 18 January 2001. Eventually, he was charged with perverting the course of justice, misconduct in public office, and making false mileage expense claims.

Dizaei was actually tried before the Recorder of London for misconduct in public office and perverting the course of justice. This arose out of an incident which occurred on 6 September 2000. His BMW, provided by the Metropolitan Police, was vandalised while parked at Emperor's Gate in Kensington, but Dizaei reported that the vandalism happened 0.8 miles away in Cope Place, near the police station. Unfortunately for him, he was already under surveillance by undercover officers, who knew where the car was parked. When this was put to him in the trial, Dizaei admitted that he had lied, but said that the damage had indeed occurred in Cope Place. He claimed he had noticed it when he returned to his car, but had then driven to Emperor's Gate (which was near an Underground station) to catch a train to a National Black Police Association (NBPA) meeting. He lied, he said, because he did not want his superiors to know he had attended the meeting. The jury cleared Dizaei of the charges on 15 September 2003. The Crown Prosecution Service decided not to proceed with the charges of making false mileage expense claims.

The NBPA, of which Dizaei is national president (he was previously vice-chairman and legal adviser), called for a full independent enquiry into the Metropolitan Police investigation.

Dizaei brought his own claim for race discrimination in the conduct of the investigations by the Metropolitan Police which was withdrawn in 2003 after the Metropolitan Police paid Dizaei a reported £80,000 and reinstated him.

In 2004, the Independent Police Complaints Commission called the investigation "seriously flawed"Dizaei eventually only faced minor disciplinary action, having been cleared of all criminal charges or any other misdemeanour.

Dizaei was promoted to Chief Superintendent in May 2004 and became Borough Commander of Hounslow. He is now Borough Commander of Hammersmith and Fulham. In 2006 he was in the headlines again for criticising the Forest Gate raid and passenger profiling on aircraft. The Police Federation has accused him of "blissful ignorance" for the latter

In December 2006, it was made public that during Operation Helios the Metropolitan Police had unlawfully tapped over 3,500 private calls made by Dizaei.[ The ruling was made by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal after referral by the Black Police Association.

In March 2007, Dizaei published Not One of Us, an account of his police career to date, and of the Operation Helios investigation. Prior to publication, the Metropolitan Police Service issued a statement noting that it "considers it a matter of regret that Chief Superintendent Dizaei has felt it necessary to write this book", and reiterating its support for the Helios team. . Upon release the book was serialised on BBC Radio 4.

In June 2007, Sir Ian Blair apologised for Operation Helios, after the Metropolitan Police and the Black Police Association agreed to resolve disputes arising out of Helios.

In March 2008, Ali Dizaei was promoted to the rank of Commander after three previous promotion attempts.

However, it was announced on 12 September 2008 that Dizaei was again the subject of a complaint, this time alleging that he had improperly provided advice to solicitors defending a woman accused over a fatal hit-and-run accident. The Metropolitan Police Authority is to investigate the alleged misconduct, which Dizaei denies.

He was suspended again on 18 September 2008 after being investigated for various allegations including an arrest he made outside his uncle's West London restaurant. The arrested man later made a complaint that is being investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

On 21st May 2009, prosecutors stated that Ali Dizaei is now facing two charges over an incident in a restaurant. The Crown Prosecution Service said the senior officer had been charged with perverting the course of justice and misconduct in a public office. The charges relate to an incident in which Mr Dizaei, in his capacity as a police officer, arrested a man on allegations including assault. A decision not to charge that individual was made by the CPS in August 2008.

Commander Ali Dizaei (born c.1962 in Rasht-Iran) is a senior officer in the London Metropolitan Police. An Iranian-born Muslim with dual nationality, he came to prominence after an inquiry into alleged malpractice (of which he was cleared) and has frequently spoken out in the media on a variety of issues, mainly concerned with ethnicity and religion.

Dizaei's father was a deputy commissioner of police in Tehran. Dizaei was educated at a private boarding school in Arundel in West Sussex; this was the wish of his father, who believed that the only way his sons would truly succeed was through a good British education. Dizaei studied law at university, later gaining a PhD, and joined Thames Valley Police in 1986. He served in Henley-on-Thames, in uniform and the Criminal Investigation Department, rising to the rank of Chief Inspector. He was appointed an adviser on race issues to the Home Secretary, and then transferred to the Metropolitan Police on promotion to Superintendent on 29 March 1999 as a staff officer to Assistant Commissioner Ian Johnston. On 17 May 1999 he was transferred to Kensington police station and on 3 April 2000 became Superintendent Operations there. He was already outspoken on race issues, first coming to media attention in November 1999 for his criticism of questions asked in promotion exams.

 

 From 2000, Dizaei was investigated by the force after allegations of taking bribes, using drugs and prostitutes, and even spying for Iran. There were counter-allegations by his supporters that the investigation was prompted by the belief of some senior officers that he was too ambitious, too critical of the police (particularly relating to racism), too close to the Iranian community, and too flamboyant. He flouted uniform rules by wearing designer belts, sunglasses and cowboy boots, visited expensive nightclubs, and had an "open marriage", none of which endeared him to more conservative officers.[2] The investigations, codenamed Operation Helios, officially cost £3 million.

Dizaei was suspended on 18 January 2001. Eventually, he was charged with perverting the course of justice, misconduct in public office, and making false mileage expense claims.

Dizaei was actually tried before the Recorder of London for misconduct in public office and perverting the course of justice. This arose out of an incident which occurred on 6 September 2000. His BMW, provided by the Metropolitan Police, was vandalised while parked at Emperor's Gate in Kensington, but Dizaei reported that the vandalism happened 0.8 miles away in Cope Place, near the police station. Unfortunately for him, he was already under surveillance by undercover officers, who knew where the car was parked. When this was put to him in the trial, Dizaei admitted that he had lied, but said that the damage had indeed occurred in Cope Place. He claimed he had noticed it when he returned to his car, but had then driven to Emperor's Gate (which was near an Underground station) to catch a train to a National Black Police Association (NBPA) meeting. He lied, he said, because he did not want his superiors to know he had attended the meeting. The jury cleared Dizaei of the charges on 15 September 2003. The Crown Prosecution Service decided not to proceed with the charges of making false mileage expense claims.

The NBPA, of which Dizaei is national president (he was previously vice-chairman and legal adviser), called for a full independent enquiry into the Metropolitan Police investigation.

Dizaei brought his own claim for race discrimination in the conduct of the investigations by the Metropolitan Police which was withdrawn in 2003 after the Metropolitan Police paid Dizaei a reported £80,000 and reinstated him.

In 2004, the Independent Police Complaints Commission called the investigation "seriously flawed". Dizaei eventually only faced minor disciplinary action, having been cleared of all criminal charges or any other misdemeanour.

Dizaei was promoted to Chief Superintendent in May 2004 and became Borough Commander of Hounslow. He is now Borough Commander of Hammersmith and Fulham. In 2006 he was in the headlines again for criticising the Forest Gate raid and passenger profiling on aircraft. The Police Federation has accused him of "blissful ignorance" for the latter.

In December 2006, it was made public that during Operation Helios the Metropolitan Police had unlawfully tapped over 3,500 private calls made by Dizaei. The ruling was made by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal after referral by the Black Police Association.

In March 2007, Dizaei published Not One of Us, an account of his police career to date, and of the Operation Helios investigation. Prior to publication, the Metropolitan Police Service issued a statement noting that it "considers it a matter of regret that Chief Superintendent Dizaei has felt it necessary to write this book", and reiterating its support for the Helios team. [8]. Upon release the book was serialised on BBC Radio 4.

In June 2007, Sir Ian Blair apologised for Operation Helios, after the Metropolitan Police and the Black Police Association agreed to resolve disputes arising out of Helios.

In March 2008, Ali Dizaei was promoted to the rank of Commander after three previous promotion attempts.

However, it was announced on 12 September 2008 that Dizaei was again the subject of a complaint, this time alleging that he had improperly provided advice to solicitors defending a woman accused over a fatal hit-and-run accident. The Metropolitan Police Authority is to investigate the alleged misconduct, which Dizaei denies.

He was suspended again on 18 September 2008 after being investigated for various allegations including an arrest he made outside his uncle's West London restaurant. The arrested man later made a complaint that is being investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

On 21st May 2009, prosecutors stated that Ali Dizaei is now facing two charges over an incident in a restaurant. The Crown Prosecution Service said the senior officer had been charged with perverting the course of justice and misconduct in a public office. The charges relate to an incident in which Mr Dizaei, in his capacity as a police officer, arrested a man on allegations including assault. A decision not to charge that individual was made by the CPS in August 2008.


Date: 25.09.2009. Time: 22.00


AMAZON IS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE

 

        

RAINFOREST IS A BEST PLACE TO GET THE BEST FOODS


RIVER NILE IS A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT



Date:26.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Phillipine's flood killed many and made people homeless

MANILA (AFP) – At least 50 people were reported dead as tropical storm Ketsana lashed the Philippines, bringing massive flooding, television and radio reports said early Sunday.

At least 40 were killed in Rizal province, east of Manila, as entire towns were inundated, Rizal Governor Casimiro Ynares was quoted as saying by GMA television.

Radio stations had earlier reported 10 dead in Manila and its surrounding areas. This included a father and child killed by a collapsing wall weakened by the flood as well as others swept away by rising waters.

Ynares said there were many more missing in flooded towns in his province but he did not give details. The government declared Manila and 25 other provinces to be in a "state of calamity," Defence Secretary Gilberto Teodoro said, as heavy rains brought by the storm caused the worst flooding in the capital in some 20 years. Amid a rash of cellphone calls for help by people stranded on the roofs of their houses, President Gloria Arroyo appealed to the public to stay calm and follow the instructions of local officials and civil defence workers.

Over 1,800 people were forced to flee their homes and take refuge in evacuation centres due to rising waters, the civil defence office said. Flooding was reported in many districts with waters in some areas reaching as high as the rooftops of one-storey buildings, it added.

Power was cut in many areas of Manila, partly due to flooding but also as a protective measure to prevent fallen lines electrocuting people trying to escape the waters. Defence Secretary Teodoro, who is also in charge of civil defence operations, said all the efforts of the police and the military were being concentrated on rescuing people trapped on rooftops.

But he said the flooding in the streets and the large numbers of stalled vehicles were giving rescue units "a hard time" in reaching those affected. In a radio broadcast, he advised that "if you are on the roof, don't try to leave. Just remain there on the roof and we will do everything to rescue you."

He remarked that even he had to swim through chest-deep waters to reach his office.

The storm, bearing winds of 85 kilometres (53 miles) per hour with gusts of 100 kilometres per hour, hit the main island of Luzon near the town of Infanta at about 0200 GMT Saturday, moving west at 19 kilometres per hour, the weather station said. Government weather forecaster Gener Quitlong said the equivalent of one month's worth of rain fell on Manila in less than a day. "We knew there would be rain but not like this," Quitlong told reporters.

One of the three airport terminals in Manila was forced to cancel and divert flights after the flooding hampered its electrical system. Local officials interviewed on radio said they were moving to evacuate more of their residents. At least four hospitals in the capital had to move their patients to higher floors after water began seeping into lower levels. The highways leading to metropolitan Manila were rendered impassable due to the huge number of vehicles stalled in the floodwaters. Local officials made radio appeals asking rescue agencies to send rubber boats to rescue stranded people, some of whom had been on their rooftops all day and were panicking because of rising waters. In a suburb of Manila, residents in a flooded area were seen rescuing children from rooftops by placing them in inflated inner tubes before dragging them to higher ground. The second level of a three-step storm alert was raised over the eastern provinces of Luzon while the first level alert was hoisted over metropolitan Manila and surrounding areas, the government said. The storm is expected to move west, across the main island of Luzon, before leaving the country early Sunday. The government weather station said it is weakening and that rains are likely to ease. An average of 20 typhoons and storms hit the Philippines every year.

                                                 


Date: 27.09.2009. Time: 22.00

Bravo he is the greatest

GOD HELP HIM – HE IS VERY BRAVE MAN TO HAVE FOUR. HE EATS SALAD WITH GINGER

Milton Mbhele 44 year old turned up in a white limousine and gave each of his four brides rings and a kiss. South African law recognizes traditional polygamous marriages. Even President Jacob Zuma has three wives. Yet, while polygamy remains common among several tribes including the Zulus, simultaneous weddings are rare. 44-year-old Mbhele said the joint celebration would save money by combining the festivities.

                          


Date:27.09.2009.Time: 22.00



Mr. Barack Hossein Oboma Iran is not Iraq, please just leave it as it is.

IRAN has been sanctioned since 1979 but the country is doing well, so the sanctions failed, why are you trying again????   

                          

Bullying Iran never works. All the Iranians are united in "right to a peaceful nuclear energy programme."

Discussing sanctions, United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stated,” We have made it clear to Iran that they have a right to peaceful nuclear energy for civilian purposes under appropriate safeguards and monitoring but not to a nuclear weapons program. And if we don't get the answers that we are expecting and the changes in behavior that we're looking for, then we will work with our partners to move towards sanctions.”

The weapons fired by Iran were not nuclear warheads, but conventional ballistic weapons. However, they have the capabilities of being armed with nuclear warheads in the future. The missiles include the Shahab-3 and the Sajjil. The Shahab-3 is a medium range missile and the Sajjil missiles are capable of shooting up to 2000 miles. The missiles would pose a threat to Israel, United States military bases, and parts of Europe.

SALAD:
Please spend all the money on the world's education, health, developing poor countries, resolving starvation, pollutions, water shortage, etc....Do not waste resources. Next time Iran wants to make a public toilets must inform the fixed powers to know that Iran is building a public toilets.....It does not work like this. Please mind your own business and do not interfere with others affairs. Fixed powers should get rid of all the nuclear weapons first than tell others. Salad knows that OBOMA and BUSH are not the same, but the USA's policy is the same, to bully, to destroy the smaller countries who are not USA puppets.