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Losing weight is more effective when you use these special strategies that will help you stick with wholesome menus that will not leave you hungering for the next meal. No tedious calorie counting when you learn how to select foods that provide the right kinds of energy for your activity levels. And best of all, you won't feel deprived. Included: basic easy exercises, calorie chart, recipes, menus, and the role your metabolism plays.

Losing weight is more effective when you use these special strategies that will help you stick with wholesome menus that will not leave you hungering for the next meal. No tedious calorie counting when you learn how to select foods that provide the right kinds of energy for your activity levels. And best of all, you won't feel deprived. Included: basic easy exercises, calorie chart, recipes, menus, and the role your metabolism plays.










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United Nations - united for socialism and radical Islam




United Nations - united for socialism and radical Islam





US Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, kicked up a political storm this week. On Tuesday, Ros-Lehtinen introduced the United Nations Transparency, Accountability and Reform Act. If passed into law it would place stringent restrictions on US funding of the UN’s budget.

The US currently funds 22 percent of the UN’s general budget. That budget is passed by the General Assembly with no oversight by the US. America’s 22% share of the budget is nonvoluntary, meaning the US may exert no influence over how its taxpayers’ funds are spent.

If Ros-Lehtinen’s act is passed into law, the UN will have two years to enact budgetary reforms that would render a minimum of 80% of its budget financing voluntary. If the UN does not make the required reforms, the US government will be enjoined to withhold 50% of its nonvoluntary UN budget allocations.

Beyond this overarching demand for UN budgetary reform, the act contains several specific actions that are directed against UN institutions that advance anti-American and anti-Israel agendas.

Ros-Lehtinen’s act would defund the UN Human Rights Committee until such time as it repeals its permanent anti-Israel resolution, and prohibits countries that support terror and are under UN Security Council sanctions from serving as its members. It would also prohibit the US from serving as a member of the UNHRC until such reforms are enacted.

Ros-Lehtinen’s bill defunds all UN activities related to the libelous Goldstone Report, and the anti- Semitic Durban process. It vastly curtails and conditions US funding of UNRWA, the Palestinian refugee agency permeated by members of terrorist organizations. UNRWA’s facilities are routinely used to plan, execute and incite terrorism against Israel and to indoctrinate Palestinians to seek Israel’s destruction.

The bill pays special attention to the Palestinian Authority’s plan to have the UN Security Council and General Assembly vote in favor of Palestinian statehood later this month. The bill would cut off US funding to any UN agency or organization that upgrades the Palestinian mission to the UN in any way in the aftermath of a General Assembly vote in favor of such an upgrade in representation.

Ros-Lehtinen’s bill, which has 57 co-sponsors, provides detailed explanations for how the targeted UN agencies and activities harm US interests. It notes that the US’s membership since 2009 in the UN Human Rights Council has had no impact whatsoever on the UNHRC’s anti-Israel and anti- American agenda. The US has been unable to temper in any way the UNHRC’s actions and resolutions, including its decisions to form the Goldstone Committee and to endorse the findings of the Goldstone Report, and its continued support and organization of the anti-Semitic Durban conferences in which Israel is attacked and libeled as an illegitimate, racist state.

The bill notes that despite US efforts to extend oversight over UNRWA’s hiring process, UNRWA continues to hire members of terrorist organizations. The bill provides a long list of UNRWA employees who have perpetrated terrorist attacks.

Ignoring its fact-based assessment of UN failings, the Obama administration has rejected the Ros- Lehtinen bill out of hand. Speaking to Politico, an administration source panned the bill, claiming, “This draft legislation is dated, tired and frankly unresponsive to the positive role being played by the UN.”

State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland attacked the bill, saying it would “seriously undermine our international standing and dangerously weaken the UN as an instrument to advance US national security goals.”

Since taking office, Barack Obama has taken concerted steps to place cooperation with the UN at the top of his foreign policy agenda. Through word and deed, Obama has shown that he believes that the US should minimize the extent to which it operates independently of the UN on the global stage.

Obama and his advisers give four arguments to support their view that the UN should effectively replace the US as the global leader. First, they say that the US cannot operate unilaterally on the global stage.

Second, they insinuate that operations undertaken outside the UN umbrella are somehow illegitimate.

To support this contention, they intimate that the reason the US was bogged down in Iraq following its 2003 invasion was because it did not receive specific Security Council permission to invade. In contrast, they point to the current Security Council-sanctioned military operation in Libya and the 1991 Security Council-sanctioned Persian Gulf War as success stories. And they attribute those missions’ successes to their conduct under the UN aegis.

The third argument, which comes across clearly in Nuland’s statement, is that to have credibility in global affairs, the US must not throw its weight around at the UN. If it objects too strenuously to the way things are done, or makes its support for the UN conditional on











10 years old orphan Sammy Hartland (Fergus McClelland) collapses from heat exhaustion in the Egyptian desert and is tended to by a Syrian peddler (Zia Mohyeddin) he's teamed up with in Alexander Macke




10 years old orphan Sammy Hartland (Fergus McClelland) collapses from heat exhaustion in the Egyptian desert and is tended to by a Syrian peddler (Zia Mohyeddin) he's teamed up with in Alexander Macke





I ran "Sammy Going South" at the Plaza, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, for three days on Monday, August 5th, 1963 and I thought it was a wonderful film. There was so much of the childhood me in the childhood Sammy and I really identified with him.

Filmed over six months from May to November, 1962, on picturesque locations in Africa and at Shepperton Studios, England, "Sammy Going South", filmed in all the splendours of CinemaScope and Eastman Colour, was chosen as The Royal Performance Film of 1963 and premiered at the Odeon, Leicester Square, London, attended by H.M, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, on Monday, March 18th, 1963 and released nationally in April. It is a truly remarkable and wonderfully acted film directed with consummate skill by Alexander Mackendrick.

The film covers a five months period from November, 1956 to March, 1957. Ten years old English boy and only child Sammy Hartland (Fergus McClelland) lives in an apartment block in Port Said, Egypt, with his English parents. It is the start of hostilities in the Suez crisis and Sammy is out playing at the docks when the RAF launch the first bombing raid on Port Said. Terrified, Sammy runs home to find that his parents, along with some Egyptians, have been killed when a bomb hit the apartment block. The Egyptians he believed were his closest friends turn on him because he is English and, lucky to escape being killed, he runs away, heartbroken; penniless; traumatised and completely alone. He knows that he has an aunt Jane, his mother's sister, who runs a hotel in Durban, South Africa and so, with only a toy compass to guide him and the irrepressible optimism of a ten year old, he starts his journey south on foot to travel to Durban, five thousand miles away at the other end of the African continent. The adventures he has and the people he meets en route form the story.

On his first night out, he is found sleeping on a sand dune in the middle of the Egyptian desert by a Syrian peddler (Zia Mohyeddin) who is sexually attracted to him and wants to have his way with him. The British Board of Film Censors asked for cuts to be made in these scenes before they would give the film a "U" certificate and the producers had to comply. (oddly enough, a small part of these censored scenes apparently made it to the release version and can be seen on the present DVD). The Syrian offers to take Sammy further south over the mountains and Sammy agrees to go with him. But after a few weeks, it becomes clear to Sammy that the Syrian has no intention of taking him to aunt Jane, but merely wants to keep Sammy with him indefinitely for his own ends. Later, the Syrian is badly wounded and blinded in an accident caused by Sammy putting the wrong type of stone on the camp fire and to make sure that Sammy can't leave him alone, he manacles the boy to him. The Syrian dies in the night and in the morning, under the blazing desert sun, Sammy finds himself chained to the Syrian's rigor mortified corpse with vultures circling overhead (Disneyfied, this film definitely ain't). Managing to free himself after finding the key to the manacles on the corpse, Sammy makes off with the Syrian's wallet and donkeys in the direction of Luxor. There, he is found by a rich American tourist (Constance Cummings), who takes him under her wing. But, when he realises she is going to take him north, he escapes and continues his journey south.

Throughout his five thousand mile journey from Port Said to Durban, Sammy meets many different types of people...some who want to molest him, or use him, or exploit him, so that by the time he meets the diamond smuggler Cocky Wainwright, wonderfully played by Edward G. Robinson, who only wants to help him, Sammy is still withdrawn and untrusting. But he and Cocky get on wonderfully together and a very touching moment in the film occurs when Sammy, now finally trusting Cocky, asks him if he can stay with him forever and Cocky replies that he can. Cocky and his band have now become his new family and Cocky's home Sammy's new home and, for the first time since Port Said, he is happy. But more trauma is on the way for him!

The film itself, like Sammy, continually gathers strength as it goes along until it reaches by far its best sequences with Edward G. Robinson. In fact, all the scenes involving Edward G. Robinson and Fergus McClelland are wonderfully acted by the pair and what a team they make.

One profound moment in the film occurs when Sammy, going down the Nile on a steamer, says to a fellow passenger: "If I died, no one would know. Aunt Jane wouldn't know. Nobody."

Fergus McClelland was an eleven years old pupil at Holland Park Comprehensive School in London in March, 1962 when he was chosen, from hundreds of other boys, to play Sammy. Alexander Mackendrick thought that Fergus was perfect for the role. “He was a lean, hard, little boy. Tough as old nails...a really strong character”, said Mackendrick. “He had the hu









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Since 1983, college students have turned to this book for delicious, cheap, nutritious, and easy recipes. Now completely updated for the college student or reluctant cook of the '90s, this book offers even more mouthwatering dishes and a wide variety of vegetarian offerings. The recipes are explicitly described, complete with illustrations, cooking tips, and nutritional and health information.

Since 1983, college students have turned to this book for delicious, cheap, nutritious, and easy recipes. Now completely updated for the college student or reluctant cook of the '90s, this book offers even more mouthwatering dishes and a wide variety of vegetarian offerings. The recipes are explicitly described, complete with illustrations, cooking tips, and nutritional and health information.










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