Eurasia Review: Catholic Apple Farmer Sues Over Market Ban

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By Christine Rousselle

A farmer is suing the city of East Lansing, Michigan, after he was prohibited from selling organic apples at the city’s farmer’s market in what he claims is discrimination against his religious beliefs.

The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan,
Southern Division, will hear a summary judgment hearing for the case Country Mill Farms v. City of East Lansing on Friday, April 12.

Steve Tennes, the owner of Country Mill Farms in Charlotte, Michigan,
had sold apples at the East Lansing’s farmer’s market without incident
from 2010 until midway through the 2016 season. In August of that year,
someone posted on the farm’s Facebook page, inquiring if they would host
a same-sex wedding. Tennes, a Catholic, said that he would not, due to
his religious beliefs.

In response to this Facebook posting, Tennes was initially blocked
from attending future farmer’s markets due to concerns about protests.
Afterwards, the East Lansing city manager introduced a new civil rights
ordinance that would bar any vendor who engaged in any discriminatory
practices from selling at the farmer’s market.

The Facebook description on the Country Mill Farm’s page says “Our
family farm seeks to glorify God by facilitating ‘family fun on the
farm’ and feeding families.” In addition to apples, the farm also grows
peaches, blueberries, and pumpkins, and has a winery.

Country Mill Farms was rejected from the 2017 farmer’s market due to this ordinance, the East Lansing mayor explained at the time, saying that the city rules applied to Tennes, even though the farm is located 22 miles away from East Lansing.

Later in 2017, a judge granted a temporary order that allowed Tennes
and Country Mill Farms to return to the farmer’s market for the rest of
the 2017 season. In the order, the U.S. District Court for the Western
District of Michigan, Southern Division, wrote “On the evidence before
this Court, the City amended its Vendor Guidelines and then used the
changes to deny Country Mill’s vendor application.”

This court found that there was a “substantial likelihood” that
Country Mill could claim to have been discriminated against due to their
religious beliefs and past speech. Following the court order, East
Lansing also granted Tennes a vendor license for 2018. The 2019 farmer’s
market begins in June.

Country Mill Farms briefly stopped hosting weddings in response to the backlash, but has since resumed.

Tennes is being represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom, a law
firm that describes itself as “an alliance-building, non-profit legal
organization that advocates for the right of people to freely live out
their faith.”

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Eurasia Review: Zinc Oxide Reduces Body Odor Caused By Bacteria And Aids Wound Healing

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New research presented at this week’s European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Amsterdam, Netherlands shows that a formulation containing zinc oxide is effective at reducing armpit odour through killing the responsible bacteria, and assists in wound healing.

The study was carried out by Professor Magnus S. Ågren, Copenhagen Wound Healing Center, Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark (where the study took place) and Khaled Saoud Ali Ghathian, Department of Clinical Microbiology, Hvidovre Hospital, Hvidovre, Denmark and colleagues.

Bothersome odour from the axilla (under the armpit) is in most cases
caused by Corynebacterium spp. and Staphylococcus spp. The
antimicrobial effects of zinc oxide (ZnO) have been extensively
documented. In experimental studies, ZnO prevented bacterial generation
of short-chain fatty acids with a bad smell. Furthermore, topical ZnO
reduced the occurrence of corynebacteria and bad odour from open
surgical wounds, which gave the idea to the researchers to test the
compound on body odour directly.

The axilla is warm, moist and nutrient rich, all of which are
conditions that increase pH. Because the solubility of ZnO is
pH-dependent, the efficacy may vary due to the skin surface pH.
Moreover, there is no consensus on the effect of gender on axillary pH
level.

The primary aim of this double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
(ZINC-ON) was to study if repeated application of ZnO formulated in an
oil-in-water emulsion reduced underarm odour in healthy volunteers. The
association with the overall bacterial growth and specifically of
Corynebacterium spp. and S. hominis was also studied. Skin surface pH
was monitored in parallel. Secondly, the anti-inflammatory and
wound-healing effects of topical ZnO were studied by assessing the
extent of skin erythema and keratin evolution in two standardised wound
models: one inflicted by a contact-activated lancet producing small
bleeding wounds and the other was induced by ablative CO2 laser
producing dry erosions in the skin.

The trial included 30 healthy volunteers (15 female/15 male) of mean
age of 25.6 years. Participants’ left and right axilla were randomised
to ZnO application or placebo and treated for 13 consecutive days with 5
visits to the hospital. The participants were enrolled, swabbed and
started treatment on day minus 8; on day 0 bacterial swabs were obtained
again and wounds were inflicted, and then the participants were seen on
days 3, 4 and 5. At the last visit day 5, the participants were asked
(1) whether they had observed a difference in the odour from the left
and right axillae and, if so, (2) to state which axilla they judged
superior with respect to odour.

Treatment with ZnO reduced self-perceived bad odour compared with
placebo. The overall bacterial growth and specifically the
odour-generating Corynebacterium spp. and S. hominis were reduced with
ZnO treatment despite increasing skin surface pH (all results were
statistically significant). Topical ZnO reduced peri-wound erythema
(redness) around the lancet-induced wounds and promoted the formation of
keratin.

The authors conclude: “Daily application of ZnO reduced malodour
from the axilla and causative bacteria, increased skin surface pH and
attenuated wound inflammation.”

Professor Ågren says: “The most frequent response we had from
participants was: ‘where can I buy this fantastic product?’. Even though
it contained no fragrance like conventional deodorants, the
participants could identify that it had neutralised any bad odour under
the arm where it was applied. The product has since been progressed to
commercialisation by Colgate-Palmolive, who produced the product and
sponsored this trial.”

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Eurasia Review: Scientists Build A Machine To See All Possible Futures

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n the 2018 movie Infinity War, a scene featured Dr. Strange looking
into 14 million possible futures to search for a single timeline where
the heroes would be victorious. Perhaps he would have had an easier time
with help from a quantum computer. A team of researchers from Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Griffith
University in Australia have constructed a prototype quantum device that
can generate all possible futures in a simultaneous quantum
superposition.

“When we think about the future, we are confronted by a vast array of possibilities,” explains Assistant Professor Mile Gu of NTU Singapore, who led development of the quantum algorithm that underpins the prototype “These possibilities grow exponentially as we go deeper into the future. For instance, even if we have only two possibilities to choose from each minute, in less than half an hour there are 14 million possible futures. In less than a day, the number exceeds the number of atoms in the universe.”

What he and his research group realised, however, was that a quantum computer can examine all possible futures by placing them in a quantum superposition – similar to Schrödinger’s famous cat that is simultaneously alive and dead.

To realise this scheme, they joined forces with the experimental
group led by Professor Geoff Pryde at Griffith University. Together, the
team implemented a specially devised photonic quantum information
processor in which the potential future outcomes of a decision process
are represented by the locations of photons – quantum particles of
light. They then demonstrated that the state of the quantum device was a
superposition of multiple potential futures, weighted by their
probability of occurrence.

“The functioning of this device is inspired by the Nobel Laureate
Richard Feynman,” says Dr Jayne Thompson, a member of the Singapore
team. “When Feynman started studying quantum physics, he realized that
when a particle travels from point A to point B, it does not necessarily
follow a single path. Instead, it simultaneously transverses all
possible paths connecting the points. Our work extends this phenomenon
and harnesses it for modelling statistical futures.”

The machine has already demonstrated one application – measuring how
much our bias towards a specific choice in the present impacts the
future. “Our approach is to synthesise a quantum superposition of all
possible futures for each bias.” explains Farzad Ghafari, a member of
the experimental team, “By interfering these superpositions with each
other, we can completely avoid looking at each possible future
individually. In fact, many current artificial intelligence (AI)
algorithms learn by seeing how small changes in their behaviour can lead
to different future outcomes, so our techniques may enable quantum
enhanced AIs to learn the effect of their actions much more
efficiently.”

The team notes while their present prototype simulates at most 16 futures simultaneously, the underlying quantum algorithm can in principle scale without bound.

“This is what makes the field so exciting,” says Pryde. “It is very much reminiscent of classical computers in the 1960s. Just as few could imagine the many uses of classical computers in the 1960s, we are still very much in the dark about what quantum computers can do. Each discovery of a new application provides further impetus for their technological development.”

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Eurasia Review: NASA Twins Study Finds Spaceflight Affects Gut Bacteria

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Research from NASA’s landmark Twins Study found that extended spaceflight affects the human gut microbiome.

During his yearlong stay on the International Space Station (ISS),
astronaut Scott Kelly experienced a shift in the ratio of two major
categories of bacteria in his gut microbiome. The diversity of bacteria
in his microbiome, however, did not change during spaceflight, which the
Northwestern University-led research team found encouraging.

Gut health affects digestion, metabolism and immunity; and, more
recently, changes in the microbiome have been linked to changes in
bones, muscles and the brain.

The study’s finding could help physicians and researchers pinpoint
and implement ways to protect astronauts’ and space tourists’
microbiomes during long bouts of space travel, such as during the
much-anticipated mission to Mars. These countermeasures could include
pre-, pro- and postbiotics.

“We cannot send humans to Mars without knowing how spaceflight
affects the body, including the microbes traveling with humans to Mars,”
said Northwestern’s Fred W. Turek, who led the microbiome study. “And
we need to know sooner rather than later. The plan is to send people to
Mars in 2035, so we cannot wait until 2033 to gain this information.”

Northwestern’s gut microbiome research was one study out of ten that
will publish Friday (April 12) in one comprehensive paper in the
journal Science. Each study examines one aspect of how
spaceflight affects the human body, including changes in gene
expression, bone density, immune system responses and telomere dynamics.

“There were ten teams of researchers but only one article,” said
Martha Vitaterna, first author of the Northwestern study. “This
multi-system, integrated analysis over time is one thing that makes the
Twins Study unique and powerful. We can see which things change together
in the human body.”

Comparing the twins

From 2015 to 2016, Scott Kelly became the first American astronaut
to spend nearly one full year in space. Scott Kelly and his identical
twin brother, retired astronaut Mark Kelly participated in the
unprecedented yearlong investigation, conducted by NASA’s Human Research
Program. Mark Kelly provided a baseline for observation on Earth, and
Scott Kelly provided a comparable test case in space.

Turek and Vitaterna looked at how the composition of bacteria in
Scott Kelly’s gut changed over time and space. The pair collected two
fecal samples from Scott Kelly before he left for space, four during the
year in space and three after he returned to Earth.

“We did compare Scott with Mark, which was interesting,” said Turek,
the Charles and Emma Morrison Professor of Neurobiology in
Northwestern’s Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and director of the
Center for Sleep and Circadian Biology. “But the real comparison was
looking at Scott’s samples from before, during and after flight. That’s
probably the most valuable information we have.”

Importance of gut health

Often called a “new organ system,” the gut’s microbiome is a complex
community of microorganisms — including bacteria, viruses and fungi —
that live in the digestive tract. Only within the past 10 years have
researchers started to realize how the microbiome’s health and diversity
affects the rest of the human body. Altering the microbiome can lead to
alterations in the bone, muscle and brain.

“The influence that bacteria have on all other systems of the body
is really remarkable,” said Vitaterna, a research professor of
neurobiology at Northwestern. “There are studies that link changes in
the gut microbiome with neurological and physiological conditions, like
Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, autism and schizophrenia. By
protecting the gut, we can protect all these other systems.”

More than 90 percent of the gut’s bacteria belong to one of two
broad categories: Firmicutes or Bacteroidetes. Both categories contain a
mix of both good and bad bacteria. The ratio between Firmicutes and
Bacteroidetes in Scott Kelly’s microbiome experienced a pronounced shift
during spaceflight — the number of Firmicutes increased while
Bacteroidetes decreased. This shift was among the greater compositional
change that the researchers noted in Scott Kelly’s microbiome, which
returned to normal after he came back to Earth.

“There was some kind of wholesale shift in remodeling of the
structure of this community of microorganisms,” Vitaterna said. “We
cannot say whether it’s good or bad.”

What caused the shift?

A number of variables could have influenced Scott Kelly’s microbiome
while in space, including microgravity, increased radiation, shifts in
circadian rhythms, decreased sleep time, lack of air circulation, the
stress of living in an enclosed space and an altered diet. Turek and
Vitaterna were concerned that Scott Kelly’s diet in space, which
comprised mostly freeze-dried, irradiated, pre-packaged foods, would
decrease the diversity in his microbiome. Initially, diet does not
appear to matter as much as the researchers worried.

This result mirrored mouse studies the Northwestern pair conducted
in the past. Whereas Scott and Mark Kelly did not eat the same foods
during the yearlong study, mice in previous studies ate the exact same
diet. Still, the space mice experienced shifts in their gut microbiomes
compared to the control mice on Earth.

Turek believes microgravity is most likely responsible for the
change. “We think that microgravity has an effect on the bacteria,” he
said. “That’s what we want to determine going forward.”

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Eurasia Review: Ingushetia: Interior Ministry Continues To Confiscate Weapons From The Population – OpEd

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Either fearful that the Ingush population will use weapons against the authorities or preparing the basis for charges of that, the Interior Ministry of the Republic of Ingushetia said it was continuing its efforts to identify and confiscate guns and other weapons held by the population, according to the MVD website (06.мвд.рф/news/item/16485302).

Meanwhile, elsewhere in Ingushetia, arrests, trials, detentions and a hunger strike continue (fortanga.org/2019/04/v-ingushetii-prodolzhayut-sudit-zhitelej-za-miting/,  kavkaz-uzel.eu/articles/334139/  and kavkaz-uzel.eu/articles/334181/), prompting Russian and North Caucasian activists to express concern (fortanga.org/2019/04/svetlana-gannushkina-vyshla-na-svyaz-s-ahmedom-barahoevym/ and justicefornorthcaucasus.info/?p=1251680326).

Perhaps especially welcome by the opposition was the statement of support from Rafis and Nafis Kashapov, Kazan Tatar activists now living in exile in London and Warsaw, who urged  the Ingush not to fall victim to Moscow’s longstanding divide and rule approach (facebook.com/groups/kashapov/permalink/2167973199949940/).

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Eurasia Review: Free Julian Assange! Stand Up For Press Freedom! – OpEd

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The arrest by British Metropolitan Police of Wikileaks founder
Julian Assange, dragged unceremonially out of the Ecuadoran Embassy in
London on a charge of failure to appear for a court hearing on an
expired (and trumped-up) accusation in Sweden of sexual assault, is a
grave and terrible threat to independent journalism and to the US
Constitution’s First Amendment promise of freedom of the press.

Make no mistake. This arrest, made at the
UK government’s insistence, for “failure to appear” in court for a no
longer required hearing on an expired Swedish extradition request to
“question him” about a bogus charge of sexual assault, is all a gigantic
fraud.

At the same time as the arrest was made,
and that the Ecuadorian government shamelessly invited UK police into
their Embassy to arrest and remove Assange, London Police revealed what
has long been known by Assange and his attorneys: that behind it all is
the US government, which has for nine years had a secret sealed
indictment waiting, an indictment charging Assange with a conspiracy
with Army veteran Chelsea Manning to steal and disseminate classified US
military documents related to conduct of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
A US warrant requesting Assange’s extradition from the UK to the US was
also reportedly issued in 2017.

As Glenn Greenwald of the Intercept, who worked with Assange and Wikileaks in
reporting on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden to help Snowden escape US
arrest and win asylum in Russia, tweeted early this morning, “If you’re
cheering Assange’s arrest based on a US extradition request, your
allies in your celebration are the most extremist elements of the Trump
administration, whose primary and explicit goal is to criminalize
reporting on classified docs & punish (Wikileaks) for exposing war crimes.

Indeed, the specific documents that
Assange and Manning released (the latter, released in 2016 from a
32-year military court-martial sentence for disclosing classified
military and diplomatic documents after having her sentence commuted by
President Barack Obama, but currently in prison again for refusing to
testify to a Grand Jury investigating Assange and Wikileaks), exposed grave war crimes by US forces in those two wars.

Since Assange seven years ago accepted an
asylum offer from Ecuador and its then president Rafael Correa to avoid
being extradited by to the US, jumping bail and escaping into the
safety of the Ecuadorian Embassy, a shameless campaign by the US
government and a complicit mainstream US and UK media to denigrate him,
portray him as a sex offender, and deny that he is a journalism, has
been underway.

As well, during his seven years holed up
in the tiny Ecuadorian Embassy, which is actually just one floor of an
apartment building in a swanky part of London, the US brought intense
pressure, including economic threats, against Ecuador trying to get the
little Latin American nation to revoke the asylum offer granted to
Assange by Correa. Following Assange’s arrest and disclosure by London
Police of the US extradition request, Correa said of the decision by his
successor to revoke that grant of asylum:  “The
greatest traitor in Ecuadorian and Latin American history, Lenin
Moreno, allowed the British police to enter our embassy in London to
arrest Assange. Moreno is a corrupt man, but what he has done is a crime
that humanity will never forget.”

Investigative journalists around the
globe, if they are honest, understand that Assange is a journalist in
the best sense of the profession, and that Wikileaks is a publisher, an
organization set up by Assange in the first place as a safe location for
whistleblowers to leak information about corporate and government
crimes. The organization’s leaks have led to many major stories
published by major news organizations like the New York Times, the Washington Post, the UK Guardian newspaper and various broadcast news organizations — often, as in the case of the Times, the Post and the Guardian,
the very organizations that have participated in vilifying Assange
while making oodles of money on publishing stories based upon
information obtained from his Wikileaks publication.

The danger for all of us in this
profession who rely on whistleblowers to do our jobs and who often
publish information deemed classified or secret by the government —
myself included — is that if the US and UK governments are allowed to
convince a court that Wikileaks is not a journalistic organization and that Assange is not a
journalist, it will begin a process of narrowing the definition of
journalism that will ultimately erase real journalism in those
countries.

Just as an example, I founded the online news site ThisCantBeHappening! back
in 2010, teaming up with several other journalists to operate it as a
collectively run, non-hierarchical news organization. It’s easy to
imaging that a court these days in the US could decide that because we
have no formal editors but simply publish our own articles as we write
them, and that because we are not on any payroll, that we are simply a
bunch of bloggers, not real journalists, and that therefore we are not
entitled to the protection of the First Amendment?

On my site, I exposed several US embassy
and consular workers in Pakistan as CIA operatives — in one case as the
CIA station chief. This is technically a violation of the Intelligence
Identities Protection Act, a serious felony.  I
did these stories based not upon stolen information or whistleblowers,
but based upon old articles that my research turned up in a Brazilian
magazine in one case and from and several Pakistani and Indian news
organizations in the other, but I have no idea how those several
publications obtained their information. Perhaps it was secret
information obtained from police whistleblowers in those two countries. I
felt confident in ignoring the US law because the information was in
the public domain already in Pakistan and Brazil, but one publication I
initially sought to publish my articles in nonetheless declined to
publish them for fear they and I could end up facing prosecution under
the act. I ended up publishing them on our site both times (and also in
Counterpunch, which had no problem running them). My colleagues at ThisCantBeHappening! all volunteered to add their names to one article’s byline to share the risk of prosecution with me.

If Assange and Wikileaks were to
be declared non-journalists and non-news organizations, could the next
step be to declare independent online news outfits like ours nothing but
collections of bloggers and strip them of their First Amendment
protection?

As Rolling Stone investigative
journalist Matt Taibi said, following Assange’s arrest, “All of us in
the press should read the charges made against Assange very carefully,
as this case has enormous potential ramifications for journalists
everywhere.” 

He’s right.

The pressure needs to be brought on the
UK right now, demanding that the government and the courts in Britain
drop the bail-jumping charge against Assange, which was mooted anyhow
when the Swedish request for Assange to be extradited there to answer
questions from prosecutors expired. (Though the mass media keep
incorrectly reporting that he was charged with rape and sexual assault,
Assange was in truth never formally charged with either crime and the
women who made complaints against him later withdrew them saying they
had been pressured into making them by prosecutors linked to Swedish
intelligence in what appears to have been a secret effort to get Assange
later deported from Sweden to the US.)

The British government, under Prime
Minister Theresa May, notoriously subservient to the interests of the US
government particular on military, foreign affairs and national
security issues, must also be pressed to resist the US government’s
extradition request. The Trump administration and all too many members
of the US Congress—Republican and Democrat—may be ready to  trample
on the First Amendment where Assange is concerned, particularly as he
is also being vilified for disclosing the embarrassing emails of the
Democratic National Committee and of Democratic presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton. But Britain should not be party to that shabby and
dangerous erosion of press freedom here in the US.

These are dangerous times for democratic
freedoms in the US and around the globe. We hear all the time about a
creeping fascism in America, and the long pursuit by the US government,
under both President Obama and President Trump, aided and abetted by
both members of Congress and by the US corporate media, is contributing
to that trend.

Predictably, scumbag politicians in
Congress on both sides of the aisle, all representing the two wings of
the US War Party, are reflexively calling now for Assange’s hasty
extradition to face the tender mercies of US “justice” —  the
same “justice” that saw Chelsea Manning forced to spend a year in
pre-trial detention, much of it in solitary confinement and much of that
time forced to remain naked in her cold cell, and that featured a judge
who would not allow her to claim in her defense that she was acting
under the US Military Code of Justice and the Geneva Convention Rules of
War that require a soldier to expose war crimes, not cover them up or
ignore them.

Within hours of Assange’s arrest,
national security state apologists like Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), chair
of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA),
ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, were accusing
Assange of jeopardizing US National Security “again and again” through
release of secret US documents, and through support of “Russian efforts
to undermine the West” and of a “conspiracy to undermine American
security.”  Meanwhile Sen.
Angus King, I-Maine, who caucuses with Democrats, called Assange “an
agent of the Russian intelligence agencies,” as did Sen. Richard Burr
(R-NC ) the committee chair, who went further to claim Assange “engaged
in a conspiracy to steal classified information, putting millions of
lives at risk all over the world.”  Although
so far only charged with one count of “conspiracy to commit computer
intrusion for agreeing to break a password to a classified US government
computer,” a crime that carries a maximum 5-year sentence — less than
the time Assange has been trapped in the Ecuadorian Embassy,  Sen. Ben
Sasse (R-NE) tweeted today that he should serve “the rest of his life”
in prison.

This kind of jingoistic crap, spouted by
far too many American politicians who are supposed to be sworn to
“uphold and defend the Constitution,” is powerful evidence of how
seriously freedom and especially a free press are under threat and
actual assault in the US by our government.

Release Julian Assange! No extradition to the US!

To help defend Assange, please go here or here.

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Eurasia Review: Iran: Zarif Reiterates Futility Of US Blacklisting Of IRGC

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reminded the US that its recent decision to blacklist the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps could not help it revive the terrorist groups it once created to wage wars in the region in the name of fighting terrorism.

In a post on his Twitter account on Thursday, Zarif branded the
countries that made wars in the Middle East as “losers of our region’s
War on Terror.”

“Losers of our region’s War on Terror cannot
rescind history. Targeting #IRGC won’t revive ISIS and Nusra—their
clients and very creations,” the Iranian minister noted, referring to
the US State Department’s recent move to designate the IRGC a terrorist
group.

“Game over, ladies and gentlemen: time to face the fact that you’ve exhausted every wrong choice and scapegoating won’t be your panacea,” he added.

Zarif also attached the image of an article to his message, published
by the British Independent daily in 2014, which had revealed the role
of Saudi Arabia -a close US ally- in the advances that Daesh (ISIL)
terrorists had been making in north Iraq.

US President Donald
Trump announced on Monday that Washington is designating the IRGC a
foreign “terrorist organization”, marking the first time the US has
formally labelled another country’s military a terrorist group.

Responding
to the move, Iran’s Supreme National Security Council immediately
declared the US as a state sponsor of terrorism and US forces in the
region terrorists.

The SNSC said it has put CENTCOM on its terror list as a “reciprocal measure” against the US “illegal and unwise” move.

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Eurasia Review: Pakistan: At Least 20 Killed In Market Bombing

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(RFE/RL) — At least 18 people were killed and 48 injured in a bombing claimed by an affiliate of the Pakistani Taliban in Quetta, southwest Pakistan on April 12, police said.

Police chief Abdur Razzaq Cheema told RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal that explosives were packed in a car parked at a busy vegetable market.

Two children were among the dead and seven were rushed to hospital with injuries, he said.

The bombing appeared to target members of the Shi’ite ethnic Hazara community, Cheema added.

Provincial police chief Mohsin Butt said eight Hazara were among the victims.

Hazara make up about 500,000 of Quetta’s 2.3 million people.

Amnesty International said the blast was a “painful reminder” of the many attacks suffered by the Hazara community in Quetta over the years.

“Each time, there are promises that more will be done to protect them, and each time those promises have failed to materialize,” Omar Waraich, Amnesty’s deputy director for South Asia, said in a statement.

The Qari Hussain Force, an affiliate of the Pakistani Taliban, also
known as the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP), later claimed
responsibility for the attack.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi issued
statements condemning the attack and adding that it would not weaken
“the resolve of the nation in the fight against terrorism.”

Jam Kamal Khan, the chief minister of Balochistan Province, condemned the attack, saying “the enemy of humanity is behind this act of terrorism.”

Quetta is the capital of Balochistan, where separatist groups have waged a low-level insurgency.

Pakistani Taliban militants have been waging a campaign of bombings and other attacks on Pakistani security forces.

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Eurasia Review: World Needs A Strong WTO Despite Its Failings – OpEd

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By Ranvir S. Nayar*

The last few years have been especially terrible for the World Trade Organization (WTO), as it has spent most of its time watching the action on global trade from the sidelines. When it was created in 1995, replacing the previous loose arrangement of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the WTO was meant to be a single, multilateral platform to unify and harmonize global trade, create some basic rules of fair treatment and protection for the weaker, smaller nations against the global giants.

One of the key mandates of the WTO was to integrate the numerous bilateral and plurilateral agreements between countries or regions into the global trade system in order to create a uniform system that would boost trade by not only opening up new markets around the world, but also by removing differential tariffs that countries often applied on all but a few of their favored trading partners.

The WTO started off on the right note. One of its key early achievements was to bring China, the country with the biggest market in the world, into the global trading system. With China’s integration in 2001, global trade boomed as, over the next decade and a half, the Asian giant became the world’s factory and began shipping goods — often made by Western companies in their own factories or outsourced to Chinese manufacturers — to practically all corners of the planet.

China’s entry into the global trading arena was a boost for consumers as it democratized the market for almost all products that could be made in a factory. It was thanks to China’s WTO membership that consumers of a wide range of products — from textiles and telephones to cars and computers — saw a sharp fall in prices, thus raising the affordability of several goods that had hitherto been too expensive for a vast majority of them.

Another significant achievement of the WTO has been to enforce a rules-based trade regime, which has allowed even a small nation like Guatemala to take on the EU, the world’s largest single market, through the organization’s dispute settlement mechanism. In the last 24 years, more than 500 trade disputes have been brought to the body by various member states and nearly 350 rulings have been issued. This system has played a key role in smoothing global trade.

The WTO has also managed to bring on board a very large number of other nations. It began with the 128 countries that had signed up to the GATT in 1994. Today, it counts 164 nations as full members, 20 that are currently in negotiations for accession, and a number of international organizations that are observers. By taking the membership to practically every country on the planet, the WTO has tried to create a level playing field to ensure that smaller members do not get trampled upon by the large economies, which are often hundreds of times bigger.

But it is also here, in creating a level playing field, where the WTO has failed in its objective. When it was launched in 1995, developing nations had been complaining that they had not obtained a fair deal from the developed countries and there were large trade imbalances. It was with the objective of helping developing countries boost their exports by providing access to the promising markets in developed nations that, in 2001, the Doha Development Round of negotiations began. These negotiations were meant to be wound up with a broad agreement within four years. However, nearly two decades later, the negotiations are still nowhere near completion.

In order to boost the economic growth of the developing nations, the Doha talks centered around the principle of special and differential treatment for the poorer nations. One of the basic issues was ending or lowering farm subsidies in developed nations as agricultural products were, and still are, the biggest component of exports of practically all developing countries around the world. By cutting farm subsidies and opening their markets to food imports, the developed nations were meant to create a favorable ground for the developing world. In addition, the developed countries were also supposed to lower their tariffs on other imports from developing countries, which in turn were meant to open their markets to services, notably financial services. But the Doha round is still stuck, primarily because the developed world has reneged upon its promises of opening up its markets to exports from developing countries. As a result, talks on the further liberalization of trade, as well as setting the basic rules and framework for the “new economy” and technology-driven services, have been blocked or moved at a snail’s pace.

The lack of progress has led a large number of countries or regions to proceed with their own bilateral trade agreements, thus weakening the position and importance of a global trade system. WTO records indicate there are a total of 291 such trade agreements that exist today, and a large number of these have been reached in the last 15 years, since the derailment of the Doha negotiations.

Even in areas of dispute settlement, the WTO is facing a serious challenge, as the US, unhappy with some of the recent rulings, has refused to allow the nomination of judges to the dispute settlement body, thus virtually paralyzing the mechanism.

It may be imperfect and still far away from delivering on its promises, but the world needs the WTO to be a strong and robust body that can make hard decisions and implement the penalties as required.

  • Ranvir S. Nayar is managing editor of Media India Group, a global
    platform based in Europe and India, which encompasses publishing,
    communication, and consultation services.

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Eurasia Review: Buttigieg’s Religion Agenda – OpEd

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South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg has chosen Palm Sunday to announce his presidential bid. It is no accident: It accurately reflects his religion agenda.

“A devoted Episcopalian who fluidly quotes Scripture and married his husband, Chasten, in a church service last year, Mr. Buttigieg is making the argument that marriage is a moral issue.” That’s the way the New York Times described him on April 11.

It is not clear what a devoted Episcopalian looks like. Although the official position of the Episcopal church today has abandoned two thousand years of biblical teaching on the subject of marriage—it accepts marriage between two men and two women—there are many Episcopalians in the United States, including bishops, who consider themselves devout precisely because they have not rejected what the Bible says.

Why is the Times crediting Buttigieg for “making the argument that marriage is a moral issue”? No argument needs to be made—it is axiomatic. The paper makes it sound as if it only became a moral issue recently.

What the Times is getting at is Buttigieg’s bid to cast marriage as a moral issue—even for homosexual unions—so he can seize the issue from evangelical Christians, traditional Catholics, and others. Good luck with that.

The fact is that the Democratic Party has aligned itself with the secularist agenda for the last half century. That agenda is hostile to religious liberty, even if some, such as Barack Obama, have been known for their God-talk skills. The reason Democrats put up with Obama’s religion-friendly words is that they knew he would not make good on them. Deeds are what counts, and on that score, Obama never disappointed his base.

Buttigieg is cut from the same cloth. He will not allow his God-talk to be controlling, because if it did, he would alienate those who like him but have a phobia (or worse) about religion. They need not worry—he is a loyal soldier in the secularist war on religion.

Buttigieg knows that Democrats are leery of talking about freedom these days. They prefer to talk about equality, social justice, climate change, and the like. This explains why he recently told George Stephanopoulos, “when we talk about freedom, I think Democrats need to be much more comfortable getting into that vocabulary. Conservatives care a lot about one kind of freedom and it’s freedom from. Freedom from regulation, freedom from government,” etc.

But it is not conservatives who support the Freedom From Religion Foundation—it’s liberals like Buttigieg. Similarly, it is liberals, not conservatives, who treat the public expression of religion as if it were some sort of communicable disease. Conservatives want a robust public expression of religion.

In the run-up to his presidential announcement, Buttigieg spent a lot of time trashing Vice President Mike Pence. Casting Pence as the bad guy is part of his religion agenda.

By attacking Pence he hopes to steal the mantle of religion. This won’t be easy. After all, Pence supports religious liberty legislation, and Buttigieg does not. So who does the South Bend mayor think he can pick off? Surely not regular church-goers—they support the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).

Buttigieg attacks Pence for signing an Indiana law in 2015, when he was governor, that was based on the federal RFRA. That law, which was supported by Democrats and Republicans alike, and signed by President Bill Clinton in 1993, stated that the government could not substantially burden religious exercise without compelling justification; even then it had to be done in the least restrictive way.

What changed between 1993 and 2015 was support by Democrats for gay rights. When gay rights conflict with religious liberty, Democrats choose the former over the latter. Never mind that religious liberty is a First Amendment right, and that gay rights, as in marriage equality, are nowhere mentioned in the Constitution.

Buttigieg could have decided to simply say that he favors gay rights over religious liberty, but that would have deprived him of seizing the high moral ground. So he elected to set Pence up as his straw man so he could appear to be the real moral agent.

“If me being gay was a choice,” Buttigieg recently said, “it was a choice that was made far, far above my pay grade. And that’s the thing I wish the Mike Pences of the world would understand. That if you got a problem with who I am, your problem is not with me—your quarrel, sir, is with my creator.”

That was a clever, if totally dishonest, ploy. Pence never once criticized Buttigieg for being gay, and if he did, the whole world would have known about it. The difference between the two men is over policy, not one’s persona.

When Buttigieg “came out” in 2015, that is, letting everyone know he is a homosexual, his governor, Mike Pence, said, “I hold Mayor Buttigieg in the highest personal regard. I see him as a dedicated public servant and a patriot.” Those are not the words of a gay basher, and it is malicious of Buttigieg to characterize him as such.

When Buttigieg and Pence first met, the mayor spoke highly of his governor. In 2011, he said that despite Pence being known as a “conservative warrior,” he found him to be “affable, even gentle.” The evidence shows that it is Buttigieg, not Pence, who changed.

“If I saw a restaurant owner refuse to serve a gay couple, I wouldn’t eat there anymore.” We would expect that Buttigieg would say something like that, and not someone like Pence. Yet those are Pence’s exact words, as spoken in 2015.

We know from survey research that most people see a profound difference between denying a gay couple the right to buy a cake in a bakery, and forcing a practicing Christian baker to personalize a gay wedding cake. The former is a matter of discrimination against the gay couple’s equal rights; the latter is a matter of discrimination against the baker’s religious rights.

Buttigieg disagrees. Fine. Then let him make his case against religious liberty without setting himself up as a religious moralizer. And let him do so without demonizing those with whom he disagrees. That would be the Christian thing to do.

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Sites from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The World News and Times: FOX News: Felicity Huffman’s ‘Desperate Housewives’ co-star Dana Delany says she’s handling admissions scam ‘very well’

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Felicity Huffman’s “Desperate Housewives” co-star, Dana Delaney, is sharing how she feels about the college admissions scandal that has ensnared Huffman and dozens of other wealthy parents trying to get their kids into the nation’s most prestigious colleges.

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Sites from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The World News and Times: FOX News: Homeland Security denies NYT report that Trump directed McAleen to close border and offered him a potential pardon

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A Department of Homeland Security official dismissed a report by The New York Times on Friday that alleged that the President pressured Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan to close the southern border and that he would pardon him if necessary.

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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei unveiled a new installation in Mexico that tells the story of 43 students likely massacred five years ago in a case that exposed government stonewalling and complicity in abuses, a frequent theme for the dissident artist.

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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (82 sites): “russian facebook ads” – Google News: Third-party ads making their mark on Alberta election conversation – The Western Star

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Third-party ads making their mark on Alberta election conversation  The Western Star

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NAACP Lashes Out At Facebook Over Misinformation Campaigns Targeting Black People  Herdon Gazette

The NAACP is calling for its supporters to stand against Facebook after it was revealed that misinformation campaigns and opposition research paid for by the.

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Top FBI officials thought Trump may have fired Comey because of Russia  Salon

Top brass at the bureau discussed whether President Donald Trump fired James Comey “at the behest” of Russia.

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Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov Friday said first-daughter and presidential advisor Ivanka Trump wasn’t a feminist while reacting  to criticism by model Chrissy Tiegen.

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