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More than four months before the holding of the presidential election in France. If the various teams around the candidates are working to gain the favor of voters on April 24, it is difficult to say who will be elected for the moment. To find some clues, we gathered data provided by Ipsos, Ifop and OpinionWay which collected the voting intentions of several French people. On this basis, here are the latest trends in the polls in France.

The results of the polls of the first round of voting for the Presidential 2022

According to the voting intentions noted by OpinionWay on January 11, Emmanuel Macron would win the palme d’or with 25% of voting intentions. The outgoing president is followed by candidates from the right, in particular Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse who obtain 17% and 16% respectively. With a nice rise in power for several weeks, Eric Zemmour is being left behind according to the observation institutes. For the moment, no Xavier Bertrand who was announced as a candidate who would scare Emmanuel Macron.

According to recent polls, the candidates of the left are far from having a pleasing speech.

While the current mayor of Paris has lost 1 point in the polls at the start of the year, his competitor from the left, Yannick Jadot has lost 2. The only reason for hope, the rise of Christine Taubira who is emerging in voting intentions. The one who is waiting for the left primaries to make a decision is credited with 3% by Ipsos and 3.5% by Ifop.

Voting intentions in the second round: simulation of the confrontation between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen

Based on the analyzes of polling institutes, the confrontation between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will be no surprise. The polls are quite similar on this point since Ifop attributes 42% of voting intentions to the candidate of the National Rally.

OpinionWay, for its part, gives it 44%.

The January polls on a possible confrontation Emmanuel Macron vs Valérie Pécresse in the second round

Opinions seemed more undecided last month on this confrontation. Indeed, the outgoing president had only 51% of the voting intentions against Valérie Pécresse in December. However, the candidate of Les Républicains seems to be losing ground since Ifop awards her 46% of the voting intentions if she passes the first round and finds herself facing Emmanuel Macron. However, OpenWay forecasts do not change for this month.

The voting intentions of a possible clash between Emmanuel Macron vs Eric Zemmour in the second round

Eric zemmour does not yet seem to have entered the hearts of the French enough to beat Emmanuel Macron in a confrontation in the second round. According to its analyses, Ifop thinks that the outgoing president has 63% of the voting intentions at the start of January. The other institutions do not yet seem to be considering such a scenario since no data has abounded in this direction on their part.

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More than four months before the holding of the presidential election in France. If the various teams around the candidates are working to gain the favor of voters on April 24, it is difficult to say who will be elected for the moment. To find some clues, we gathered data provided by Ipsos, Ifop and OpinionWay which collected the voting intentions of several French people. On this basis, here are the latest trends in the polls in France.

The results of the polls of the first round of voting for the Presidential 2022

According to the voting intentions noted by OpinionWay on January 11, Emmanuel Macron would win the palme d’or with 25% of voting intentions. The outgoing president is followed by candidates from the right, in particular Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse who obtain 17% and 16% respectively. With a nice rise in power for several weeks, Eric Zemmour is being left behind according to the observation institutes. For the moment, no Xavier Bertrand who was announced as a candidate who would scare Emmanuel Macron.

According to recent polls, the candidates of the left are far from having a pleasing speech.

While the current mayor of Paris has lost 1 point in the polls at the start of the year, his competitor from the left, Yannick Jadot has lost 2. The only reason for hope, the rise of Christine Taubira who is emerging in voting intentions. The one who is waiting for the left primaries to make a decision is credited with 3% by Ipsos and 3.5% by Ifop.

Voting intentions in the second round: simulation of the confrontation between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen

Based on the analyzes of polling institutes, the confrontation between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will be no surprise. The polls are quite similar on this point since Ifop attributes 42% of voting intentions to the candidate of the National Rally.

OpinionWay, for its part, gives it 44%.

The January polls on a possible confrontation Emmanuel Macron vs Valérie Pécresse in the second round

Opinions seemed more undecided last month on this confrontation. Indeed, the outgoing president had only 51% of the voting intentions against Valérie Pécresse in December. However, the candidate of Les Républicains seems to be losing ground since Ifop awards her 46% of the voting intentions if she passes the first round and finds herself facing Emmanuel Macron. However, OpenWay forecasts do not change for this month.

The voting intentions of a possible clash between Emmanuel Macron vs Eric Zemmour in the second round

Eric zemmour does not yet seem to have entered the hearts of the French enough to beat Emmanuel Macron in a confrontation in the second round. According to its analyses, Ifop thinks that the outgoing president has 63% of the voting intentions at the start of January. The other institutions do not yet seem to be considering such a scenario since no data has abounded in this direction on their part.

© ALL RIGHTS RESERVED







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Presidential 2022: Macron, Le Pen, Zemmour, polls of January voting intentions

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642142269) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(46) "Chad and its “everyday heroines” in Lingui" ["link"]=> string(74) "https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/chad-and-its-everyday-heroines-in-lingui/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Stephen Juarez" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 14 Jan 2022 05:37:09 +0000" ["category"]=> string(38) "Palme D’orChadeverydayheroinesLingui" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12277" ["description"]=> string(606) "Unite so as not to sink: with Lingui, the sacred bonds, the Chadian director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun confronts the themes of abortion and excision, and portrays women surviving in an ultra-conservative society. The new film by Chadian filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, released in theaters on Wednesday, was noticed in competition at the last Cannes festival in July. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5454) "

Unite so as not to sink: with Lingui, the sacred bonds, the Chadian director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun confronts the themes of abortion and excision, and portrays women surviving in an ultra-conservative society.

The new film by Chadian filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, released in theaters on Wednesday, was noticed in competition at the last Cannes festival in July. Lingui, the sacred links was filmed in the suburbs of N’Djamena, capital of Chad.

For the first time, the director devotes a film to female characters by telling the story of Amina (Achouackh Abakar Souleymane), a single mother, who discovers that her 15-year-old daughter, Maria (Rihane Khalil Alio), is pregnant.

A pregnancy, the result of rape, which the teenager does not want, in a country where abortion is condemned by religion, but also by law. The film paints a strong portrait of women trying to survive in a hostile environment where patriarchy and religion poison women’s lives.

The only glimmer of hope, the “lingui”, the link they will weave to try to get out of it. Amina will choose to support her daughter in her quest for an abortion, going against her faith.

“Women carry the world”

For the director, who received the jury prize at Cannes in 2010 for A screaming man – which takes place during the civil war in Chad – the film does not only deal with the question of abortion, but with the “everyday life of women” in her country of birth.

“It’s a film about everyday heroines (…) They are the ones who carry the world that keeps them in a form of domination. To talk about women is necessarily to talk about all these problems”, he explained after the presentation of his film on the Croisette, where he was, within the competition, the only representative of sub-Saharan Africa.

If the film did not win a prize, it was applauded for long minutes after the screening. The director could not hide his emotion: “I remember the first time I arrived in Cannes. I was in the back row up there, and I thought it would be nice if I was down there, anyway. And every time I find myself here, I say to myself naively: “If I like to believe in this idea, that there is a young person or a young person sitting in the last row who thinks that one day he will come down here” , and that galvanizes me,” he told the audience.

“Get to the point”

Stripped down, the staging imagined by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun seduces with its simplicity and lyricism. “I grew up in the counting, for me it is important to go to the essential”, he had justified. The benevolent gaze of the director is perceptible at all times on these characters in search of emancipation, at a time when cinema is questioning the “male gaze”, the male gaze in films.

“As a man, I am part of the patriarchy, but we always manage as individuals in conscience to get rid of all that we have had in heritage. You have to believe in this possibility that man can change”, assures the Chadian filmmaker.

Aware of being one of the voices of sub-Saharan Africa, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, who lives between Chad and France, does not want to be reduced to the status of spokesperson. “We are trying modestly to move things forward. By filming in the Sahel, I am also aware that it is a place where I can produce positive images in a place where life is a permanent nightmare”, underlined the one who was for a time, in Chad, Minister of Culture and Tourism.

Largely under-represented in world film production, the African continent has won only one Palme d’Or in the history of the Cannes festival, with Chronicle of the Ember Years (1975), by the Algerian Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina.

Lingui, the sacred links,

by Mahamat Saleh Haroun.

Currently in theaters.

By filming in the Sahel, I am aware that it is a place where I can produce positive images in a place where life is a permanent nightmare.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding material

Chad and its “everyday heroines” in Lingui

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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Unite so as not to sink: with Lingui, the sacred bonds, the Chadian director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun confronts the themes of abortion and excision, and portrays women surviving in an ultra-conservative society.

The new film by Chadian filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, released in theaters on Wednesday, was noticed in competition at the last Cannes festival in July. Lingui, the sacred links was filmed in the suburbs of N’Djamena, capital of Chad.

For the first time, the director devotes a film to female characters by telling the story of Amina (Achouackh Abakar Souleymane), a single mother, who discovers that her 15-year-old daughter, Maria (Rihane Khalil Alio), is pregnant.

A pregnancy, the result of rape, which the teenager does not want, in a country where abortion is condemned by religion, but also by law. The film paints a strong portrait of women trying to survive in a hostile environment where patriarchy and religion poison women’s lives.

The only glimmer of hope, the “lingui”, the link they will weave to try to get out of it. Amina will choose to support her daughter in her quest for an abortion, going against her faith.

“Women carry the world”

For the director, who received the jury prize at Cannes in 2010 for A screaming man – which takes place during the civil war in Chad – the film does not only deal with the question of abortion, but with the “everyday life of women” in her country of birth.

“It’s a film about everyday heroines (…) They are the ones who carry the world that keeps them in a form of domination. To talk about women is necessarily to talk about all these problems”, he explained after the presentation of his film on the Croisette, where he was, within the competition, the only representative of sub-Saharan Africa.

If the film did not win a prize, it was applauded for long minutes after the screening. The director could not hide his emotion: “I remember the first time I arrived in Cannes. I was in the back row up there, and I thought it would be nice if I was down there, anyway. And every time I find myself here, I say to myself naively: “If I like to believe in this idea, that there is a young person or a young person sitting in the last row who thinks that one day he will come down here” , and that galvanizes me,” he told the audience.

“Get to the point”

Stripped down, the staging imagined by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun seduces with its simplicity and lyricism. “I grew up in the counting, for me it is important to go to the essential”, he had justified. The benevolent gaze of the director is perceptible at all times on these characters in search of emancipation, at a time when cinema is questioning the “male gaze”, the male gaze in films.

“As a man, I am part of the patriarchy, but we always manage as individuals in conscience to get rid of all that we have had in heritage. You have to believe in this possibility that man can change”, assures the Chadian filmmaker.

Aware of being one of the voices of sub-Saharan Africa, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, who lives between Chad and France, does not want to be reduced to the status of spokesperson. “We are trying modestly to move things forward. By filming in the Sahel, I am also aware that it is a place where I can produce positive images in a place where life is a permanent nightmare”, underlined the one who was for a time, in Chad, Minister of Culture and Tourism.

Largely under-represented in world film production, the African continent has won only one Palme d’Or in the history of the Cannes festival, with Chronicle of the Ember Years (1975), by the Algerian Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina.

Lingui, the sacred links,

by Mahamat Saleh Haroun.

Currently in theaters.

By filming in the Sahel, I am aware that it is a place where I can produce positive images in a place where life is a permanent nightmare.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding material

Chad and its “everyday heroines” in Lingui

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642138629) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(66) "Today’s ephemeris January 14, 2022: What happened on January 14?" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/todays-ephemeris-january-14-2022-what-happened-on-january-14/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 14 Jan 2022 05:24:37 +0000" ["category"]=> string(41) "Nobel PrizeephemerishappenedJanuarytodays" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12274" ["description"]=> string(626) "On a day like today, a January 14 of 1887, the United States Senate dissolve the Mormon sect. It does this through the Edmunds-Tucker Act, which focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon church or LDS church. Also on January 14, but almost ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4649) "

On a day like today, a January 14 of 1887, the United States Senate dissolve the Mormon sect. It does this through the Edmunds-Tucker Act, which focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon church or LDS church.

Also on January 14, but almost a century later, in 1957 he died Humphrey Bogart. The American actor, eternal cigarette heartthrob, is recognized for films such as Casablanca, The Maltese Falcon or The African Queen.

You want to know more? Discover the ephemeris of January 14 and see what happened, who was born and who died on a day like today. Also, do not miss what is celebrated, the horoscope and the saints of today.

What happened on January 14?

1812: The Cortes of Cádiz decree the abolition of the gallows.

1814: in the Treaty of Kiel, Denmark cedes Norway to Sweden and Sweden renounces the region of Pomerania in favor of Denmark.

1851: Juan Bravo Murillo is commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II to form a new government.

1858: Francisco Javier Istúriz Montero is appointed president of the government.

1887: In the United States, the Senate dissolves the Mormon sect.

1990: In Zaragoza, the Flying disco catches fire: 43 dead.

nineteen ninety six: in Portugal, the socialist Jorge Sampaio is elected president of the Republic.

2010: Yemen declares an open war against the terrorist group Al Qaeda.

2011: The Canarian transport company Global issues a statement initiating the implementation of the contactless card, a pioneering experience in that country.

2021: The President of the Argentine Nation, Alberto Fernández, promulgates the Legalization of Abortion in Argentina, after being approved in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies and Senate.

Who was born on January 14?

1854: Paul Natorp, German philosopher

1875: Albert Schweitzer, German theologian, philosopher, musicologist and medical missionary, Nobel Peace Prize winner

1919: Giulio Andreotti, Italian politician

1928: Carlos Luis Álvarez, Cándido, Spanish journalist

1940: Georgie Dann, French singer

1951: Carme Elias, actress

1965: Toni Cantó, actor and politician.

1967: Emily Watson, British actress

1971: Manel Fuentes, journalist.

1975: Marta Nebot, reporter and television journalist.

1977: Iñaki Urrutia, Spanish humorist

1981: Rosa Lopez, singer.

1994: Kai, South Korean dancer, singer, actor, rapper and model

Who died on January 14?

1753: George Berkeley, Irish philosopher

1957: Humphrey Bogart, American actor

1957: Irene Caba Alba, Spanish actress

1965: Jeanette MacDonald, American singer and actress

1976: Juan D’Arienzo, Argentine tango musician

1978: Robert Heger, German composer and conductor

1994: Federica Montseny, Spanish anarchist trade unionist

2018: Dan Gurney, American racing driver and engineer

What is celebrated on January 14?

Today, Friday, January 14, the world logic day. In Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, the Old New Year is celebrated. In Venezuela today is the Feast of the Divine Shepherdess

Horoscope for January 14

those born on January 14 belong to the zodiac sign Capricorn.

Saints of January 14

Today, January 14, the people named Dacio, Engelmaro, Eufrasio, Félix de Nola, Fermín de Gévaudan, Glicerio deacon and martyr, Macrina the Elder, Nino, Potito, Prisciliano celebrate their saint.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this post for this amazing content

Today’s ephemeris January 14, 2022: What happened on January 14?

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(626) "On a day like today, a January 14 of 1887, the United States Senate dissolve the Mormon sect. It does this through the Edmunds-Tucker Act, which focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon church or LDS church. Also on January 14, but almost ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4649) "

On a day like today, a January 14 of 1887, the United States Senate dissolve the Mormon sect. It does this through the Edmunds-Tucker Act, which focused on restricting some practices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon church or LDS church.

Also on January 14, but almost a century later, in 1957 he died Humphrey Bogart. The American actor, eternal cigarette heartthrob, is recognized for films such as Casablanca, The Maltese Falcon or The African Queen.

You want to know more? Discover the ephemeris of January 14 and see what happened, who was born and who died on a day like today. Also, do not miss what is celebrated, the horoscope and the saints of today.

What happened on January 14?

1812: The Cortes of Cádiz decree the abolition of the gallows.

1814: in the Treaty of Kiel, Denmark cedes Norway to Sweden and Sweden renounces the region of Pomerania in favor of Denmark.

1851: Juan Bravo Murillo is commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II to form a new government.

1858: Francisco Javier Istúriz Montero is appointed president of the government.

1887: In the United States, the Senate dissolves the Mormon sect.

1990: In Zaragoza, the Flying disco catches fire: 43 dead.

nineteen ninety six: in Portugal, the socialist Jorge Sampaio is elected president of the Republic.

2010: Yemen declares an open war against the terrorist group Al Qaeda.

2011: The Canarian transport company Global issues a statement initiating the implementation of the contactless card, a pioneering experience in that country.

2021: The President of the Argentine Nation, Alberto Fernández, promulgates the Legalization of Abortion in Argentina, after being approved in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies and Senate.

Who was born on January 14?

1854: Paul Natorp, German philosopher

1875: Albert Schweitzer, German theologian, philosopher, musicologist and medical missionary, Nobel Peace Prize winner

1919: Giulio Andreotti, Italian politician

1928: Carlos Luis Álvarez, Cándido, Spanish journalist

1940: Georgie Dann, French singer

1951: Carme Elias, actress

1965: Toni Cantó, actor and politician.

1967: Emily Watson, British actress

1971: Manel Fuentes, journalist.

1975: Marta Nebot, reporter and television journalist.

1977: Iñaki Urrutia, Spanish humorist

1981: Rosa Lopez, singer.

1994: Kai, South Korean dancer, singer, actor, rapper and model

Who died on January 14?

1753: George Berkeley, Irish philosopher

1957: Humphrey Bogart, American actor

1957: Irene Caba Alba, Spanish actress

1965: Jeanette MacDonald, American singer and actress

1976: Juan D’Arienzo, Argentine tango musician

1978: Robert Heger, German composer and conductor

1994: Federica Montseny, Spanish anarchist trade unionist

2018: Dan Gurney, American racing driver and engineer

What is celebrated on January 14?

Today, Friday, January 14, the world logic day. In Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, the Old New Year is celebrated. In Venezuela today is the Feast of the Divine Shepherdess

Horoscope for January 14

those born on January 14 belong to the zodiac sign Capricorn.

Saints of January 14

Today, January 14, the people named Dacio, Engelmaro, Eufrasio, Félix de Nola, Fermín de Gévaudan, Glicerio deacon and martyr, Macrina the Elder, Nino, Potito, Prisciliano celebrate their saint.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this post for this amazing content

Today’s ephemeris January 14, 2022: What happened on January 14?

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??Courage is always better, hope is never in vain?? (??Milonga for Jacinto Chiclana??, Jorge Luis Borges). Courage is the “impetuous decision and effort of the soul, courage”. Hope is the ??state of mind in which what we want is presented to us as possible?? (RAE, 1925).

A quick look at our leadership shows that they do not know such a thing as what we as a country “want”; and neither does it reveal the capacity for ??exertion of spirit?? to find out.

Will there be a search for ??the possible?? and an air of ??impetuous decision???

Consolation, miracles exist.

A national economic note reminds us that Joseph Stiglitz is not the only one who announced miracles at the request of a friend. A miracle?? no one has been denied.

You know the ending: during the Martínez de Hoz years there was talk of the ??miracle?? (dollars came in); with the ??Cavallazo?? (few remember it) someone, in the bank corridors, shouted ??miracle??; with the Austral Plan, miracle!, with more enthusiasm; More here with the Bonex Plan (Superman González) someone shouted it and the apotheosis was with the convertibility: Miracle!

Discovered the farce and in the collapse, came the exit in ??V?? by Eduardo Duhalde. Once again a miracle extended to Néstor and, finally, the Mauricio Letters festival, a miracle!

All those ??miracles?? they were just dead cat bounces, ephemeral stability based on favorable winds that an expert sailor would have used to advance north and not to turn around as it finally happened. Today the GDP per capita is, more or less, that of 1974.

all the miracles they ended with growth of the external debt or a climate of default. With all of them, poverty did not fall below the 25% floor, multiplying by 6 the rate prior to the ??miracles?? when the economy was just normal.

I understand the ??terror?? to miracles, but the illustrious Nobel Laureate dispenses gifts to himself through his disciples. In Argentina he plays by ear.

The miracle?? What we hope for is not in the situation, not in the spectacular engineering that has collapsed, leaving us worse off than before.

The miracle we are betting on is the awakening of politics as the design of the concrete historical ideal. We’re far away. But nothing is impossible.

the miracle would be think of a course, a strategy, articulate a plan. What is ??the normal?? for all countries that seek their development and progress. That which we have not had for 46 years and that has made the country entangled, administration after administration, in the tangle of decadence: long-term stagflation, social collapse, educational leap backwards, institutional weakness and electoral democracy submitted to the government of active minorities.

The miracle we are betting on is the awakening of politics as the design of the concrete historical ideal. We’re far away. But nothing is impossible.

In the current collective state of mind, it is unthinkable to escape from the chatura, the low flight, from the public debates that are those to which ordinary people have access.

Perhaps, although I seriously doubt it, in private, these men and women, those who have public responsibilities and those who aspire to have them, invest hours and hours in investigating the real needs of the Homeland, in analyzing the method to make them possible. , in gathering courage and with those values ​​to convene a great transforming epic tomorrow. To be honest, none of the usual public interventions, those from all sides of the crack, reveal that, behind the devastating speeches about the adversary, there is a hint of thought, of depth, that reveals that an idea capable of generating courage and hope that, as don Jorge Luis sang, in that milonga, are the things proper to a ??complete man, and with a restrained soul??. No this.

Today’s leaders are far from that letter.

A little look at the main actors indicates it. No intention of offending those mentioned, but to put things in their place. Let’s see.

Juan Domingo Perón, in silence, in those first grudge-cultivating presidencies, had the intelligence, the generosity, the look towards the future, to make it possible for the father of Martha Argerich, today the most acclaimed pianist in the world, gorilla of the time, could take her daughter to train with the greatest European music educator. Without that decision, a small but transformative matter, Martha probably would not have been the performer that she is. It is born. But it forms.

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in those negotiations of grudges that she cannot abandon because they feed her nature, he used the pedagogy time of every public man and woman when he goes on stage, to praise L-Ghent with the wrong information that his talent had been awakened thanks to the distribution of computers from ??Connect Equality??. The same rapper (or whatever his name is) was in charge of denying it: he had not received it. Usual wrong self-assignment of gold Rolex merit and suburban language.

colossal distance. Those little things that anticipate others.

For example, although it has been forgotten because, when one witnesses a collapse, the first stones are forgotten, Cristina K, presiding over the Senate, opened a session without having achieved a quorum in the regulatory time.

The same conducted the session and sanctioned a law that reformed the one that the Senate, with a previous Kirchnerist majority, had dictated and that the Chamber of Deputies had modified, by one vote.

The norm had the merit of increasing collection and the demerit of modifying the tax laws, not as a consequence of the parliamentary debate but to the pineapples as revealed by meeting without having achieved, in a timely manner, the quorum.

Those are little stones of a landslide, as are also the ??mindless metaphors?? of the former Minister of Labor of María Eugenia Vidal and whose name I prefer to forget.

The same one who introduced himself as ??I am the minister?? in a meeting presided over by a trio of spies that he attended in a disciplined manner, without realizing that his was the highest institutional hierarchy of those who were sitting there. Who summoned them? Who was spying on them? What were they hiding? Inept at everything.

Martha shone in the world, L-Gante will surely make a career for itself and thanks to Vidal’s team, Pata Medina -yes, the Pata who for years has fought to take away Perón’s coffin- has become the victim heroic of the official channels. Victim: trade unionist worth 11 green sticks!

All backwards?

All this happened and is happening regardless of the crisis with the IMF.

They are parallel stories: that of ??the minor politics of television provocateurs on both screens?? on one track and the IMF on the other.

Parallels don’t intersect?

Another of these paths is that traveled by Luis D’Elía, a pro-Iranian militant, launched to take the Court by storm, to build an epic of Assembly Justice typical of these unborn, sick democracies, governed by active and militant minorities. .

Above Luisito, accustomed to “taking justice” By his own hand, there is Judge Ramos Padilla, the first convener and ??bingo??! Cristina herself, whose judicial spokeswoman, Graciela Peñafort, called for the march with ??well-founded files that, in Cristina’s ideology, change into reasons??.

What is the President disguising himself as when he supports a call to ??bring down the Court???

Close to the Carnival, which I imagine without Corsicans, Alberto Fernández, who had defended the appointment of the two judges proposed by Mauricio Macri and voted for by the Kirchen majority in the Senate, discovered, with that pretended air of a law professor at the UBA, that he did not it is, that not only the two judges proposed by Macri but those chosen by Néstor and Cristina, are “a piece of paper.”

What is the President disguising himself as when he supports a call to ??bring down the Court???

In this coven parallel to the negotiations with the IMF, which at this point are those of our relationship with the world, things happen, I won’t say surprising, but they are annoying, like a succession of officials doing ??Catalan dick? to the leaders of the G20 to which we belong.

For example, The Government, which condemned the actions of the new president of Nicaragua for the fifth time, attended the assumption of command together with an Iranian leader that Argentina, as a State, accuses of having participated in the AMIA attack and calls for his international capture. Our Ambassador in that country, whose merit is being the brother of a governor, but without many diplomatic mints, attended undaunted.

Meanwhile Jorge Argüello, ambassador to the US, swears and perjures Alberto’s adherence -his friend- to the capitalist West (there is no other).

Luisito’s skirmish (remember when he took over the La Boca police station and from then on the permanence of a Nestor minister was complicated?) can reach the steps of the Palace of Courts and will appear in all the portals of the planet.

Doing politics is having ideas, not accumulating critical comments. Stop her. Have the courage to think and generate hope. Or find another job. Officials and opponents.

As Cristina already met without a quorum and nothing happened, from then on everything is possible in this vineyard with little respect for regulations and institutions: always on the shoulder to get ahead of the line.

Notice the turns of life. “Courage is always better.” This Borgian line is pedagogical for the four courtiers. Already the Head of the new SIDE (she changes her hair but not her tricks) took a photo with Luisito giving him documentation to investigate (¿?). Put your imagination and let’s see.

My question is, to so many noble and intelligent people who accompany the President, what are you going to do? Because what they say is unfortunate. Words are blown away, actions are not.

My question is, to so many noble and intelligent people who militate in the opposition, what do you propose, concretely, beyond the eternal and empty ??you have to?? of the economists on TV? When do they design the how and count the consequences? When do they expose the Plan that they ask of those who do not have it? When will they recognize the mess they left, right, from the mess they inherited?

??Hope is never in vain??.

Doing politics is having ideas, not accumulating critical comments. Stop her. Have the courage to think and generate hope. Or find another job. Officials and opponents.

I agree with Christina on that.

We would like to give thanks to the author of this article for this awesome content

I agree with Christina

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" } ["summary"]=> string(510) "??Courage is always better, hope is never in vain?? (??Milonga for Jacinto Chiclana??, Jorge Luis Borges). Courage is the “impetuous decision and effort of the soul, courage”. Hope is the ??state of mind in which what we want is presented to us as possible?? (RAE, 1925). A quick look at our leadership shows that they ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(13741) "

??Courage is always better, hope is never in vain?? (??Milonga for Jacinto Chiclana??, Jorge Luis Borges). Courage is the “impetuous decision and effort of the soul, courage”. Hope is the ??state of mind in which what we want is presented to us as possible?? (RAE, 1925).

A quick look at our leadership shows that they do not know such a thing as what we as a country “want”; and neither does it reveal the capacity for ??exertion of spirit?? to find out.

Will there be a search for ??the possible?? and an air of ??impetuous decision???

Consolation, miracles exist.

A national economic note reminds us that Joseph Stiglitz is not the only one who announced miracles at the request of a friend. A miracle?? no one has been denied.

You know the ending: during the Martínez de Hoz years there was talk of the ??miracle?? (dollars came in); with the ??Cavallazo?? (few remember it) someone, in the bank corridors, shouted ??miracle??; with the Austral Plan, miracle!, with more enthusiasm; More here with the Bonex Plan (Superman González) someone shouted it and the apotheosis was with the convertibility: Miracle!

Discovered the farce and in the collapse, came the exit in ??V?? by Eduardo Duhalde. Once again a miracle extended to Néstor and, finally, the Mauricio Letters festival, a miracle!

All those ??miracles?? they were just dead cat bounces, ephemeral stability based on favorable winds that an expert sailor would have used to advance north and not to turn around as it finally happened. Today the GDP per capita is, more or less, that of 1974.

all the miracles they ended with growth of the external debt or a climate of default. With all of them, poverty did not fall below the 25% floor, multiplying by 6 the rate prior to the ??miracles?? when the economy was just normal.

I understand the ??terror?? to miracles, but the illustrious Nobel Laureate dispenses gifts to himself through his disciples. In Argentina he plays by ear.

The miracle?? What we hope for is not in the situation, not in the spectacular engineering that has collapsed, leaving us worse off than before.

The miracle we are betting on is the awakening of politics as the design of the concrete historical ideal. We’re far away. But nothing is impossible.

the miracle would be think of a course, a strategy, articulate a plan. What is ??the normal?? for all countries that seek their development and progress. That which we have not had for 46 years and that has made the country entangled, administration after administration, in the tangle of decadence: long-term stagflation, social collapse, educational leap backwards, institutional weakness and electoral democracy submitted to the government of active minorities.

The miracle we are betting on is the awakening of politics as the design of the concrete historical ideal. We’re far away. But nothing is impossible.

In the current collective state of mind, it is unthinkable to escape from the chatura, the low flight, from the public debates that are those to which ordinary people have access.

Perhaps, although I seriously doubt it, in private, these men and women, those who have public responsibilities and those who aspire to have them, invest hours and hours in investigating the real needs of the Homeland, in analyzing the method to make them possible. , in gathering courage and with those values ​​to convene a great transforming epic tomorrow. To be honest, none of the usual public interventions, those from all sides of the crack, reveal that, behind the devastating speeches about the adversary, there is a hint of thought, of depth, that reveals that an idea capable of generating courage and hope that, as don Jorge Luis sang, in that milonga, are the things proper to a ??complete man, and with a restrained soul??. No this.

Today’s leaders are far from that letter.

A little look at the main actors indicates it. No intention of offending those mentioned, but to put things in their place. Let’s see.

Juan Domingo Perón, in silence, in those first grudge-cultivating presidencies, had the intelligence, the generosity, the look towards the future, to make it possible for the father of Martha Argerich, today the most acclaimed pianist in the world, gorilla of the time, could take her daughter to train with the greatest European music educator. Without that decision, a small but transformative matter, Martha probably would not have been the performer that she is. It is born. But it forms.

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in those negotiations of grudges that she cannot abandon because they feed her nature, he used the pedagogy time of every public man and woman when he goes on stage, to praise L-Ghent with the wrong information that his talent had been awakened thanks to the distribution of computers from ??Connect Equality??. The same rapper (or whatever his name is) was in charge of denying it: he had not received it. Usual wrong self-assignment of gold Rolex merit and suburban language.

colossal distance. Those little things that anticipate others.

For example, although it has been forgotten because, when one witnesses a collapse, the first stones are forgotten, Cristina K, presiding over the Senate, opened a session without having achieved a quorum in the regulatory time.

The same conducted the session and sanctioned a law that reformed the one that the Senate, with a previous Kirchnerist majority, had dictated and that the Chamber of Deputies had modified, by one vote.

The norm had the merit of increasing collection and the demerit of modifying the tax laws, not as a consequence of the parliamentary debate but to the pineapples as revealed by meeting without having achieved, in a timely manner, the quorum.

Those are little stones of a landslide, as are also the ??mindless metaphors?? of the former Minister of Labor of María Eugenia Vidal and whose name I prefer to forget.

The same one who introduced himself as ??I am the minister?? in a meeting presided over by a trio of spies that he attended in a disciplined manner, without realizing that his was the highest institutional hierarchy of those who were sitting there. Who summoned them? Who was spying on them? What were they hiding? Inept at everything.

Martha shone in the world, L-Gante will surely make a career for itself and thanks to Vidal’s team, Pata Medina -yes, the Pata who for years has fought to take away Perón’s coffin- has become the victim heroic of the official channels. Victim: trade unionist worth 11 green sticks!

All backwards?

All this happened and is happening regardless of the crisis with the IMF.

They are parallel stories: that of ??the minor politics of television provocateurs on both screens?? on one track and the IMF on the other.

Parallels don’t intersect?

Another of these paths is that traveled by Luis D’Elía, a pro-Iranian militant, launched to take the Court by storm, to build an epic of Assembly Justice typical of these unborn, sick democracies, governed by active and militant minorities. .

Above Luisito, accustomed to “taking justice” By his own hand, there is Judge Ramos Padilla, the first convener and ??bingo??! Cristina herself, whose judicial spokeswoman, Graciela Peñafort, called for the march with ??well-founded files that, in Cristina’s ideology, change into reasons??.

What is the President disguising himself as when he supports a call to ??bring down the Court???

Close to the Carnival, which I imagine without Corsicans, Alberto Fernández, who had defended the appointment of the two judges proposed by Mauricio Macri and voted for by the Kirchen majority in the Senate, discovered, with that pretended air of a law professor at the UBA, that he did not it is, that not only the two judges proposed by Macri but those chosen by Néstor and Cristina, are “a piece of paper.”

What is the President disguising himself as when he supports a call to ??bring down the Court???

In this coven parallel to the negotiations with the IMF, which at this point are those of our relationship with the world, things happen, I won’t say surprising, but they are annoying, like a succession of officials doing ??Catalan dick? to the leaders of the G20 to which we belong.

For example, The Government, which condemned the actions of the new president of Nicaragua for the fifth time, attended the assumption of command together with an Iranian leader that Argentina, as a State, accuses of having participated in the AMIA attack and calls for his international capture. Our Ambassador in that country, whose merit is being the brother of a governor, but without many diplomatic mints, attended undaunted.

Meanwhile Jorge Argüello, ambassador to the US, swears and perjures Alberto’s adherence -his friend- to the capitalist West (there is no other).

Luisito’s skirmish (remember when he took over the La Boca police station and from then on the permanence of a Nestor minister was complicated?) can reach the steps of the Palace of Courts and will appear in all the portals of the planet.

Doing politics is having ideas, not accumulating critical comments. Stop her. Have the courage to think and generate hope. Or find another job. Officials and opponents.

As Cristina already met without a quorum and nothing happened, from then on everything is possible in this vineyard with little respect for regulations and institutions: always on the shoulder to get ahead of the line.

Notice the turns of life. “Courage is always better.” This Borgian line is pedagogical for the four courtiers. Already the Head of the new SIDE (she changes her hair but not her tricks) took a photo with Luisito giving him documentation to investigate (¿?). Put your imagination and let’s see.

My question is, to so many noble and intelligent people who accompany the President, what are you going to do? Because what they say is unfortunate. Words are blown away, actions are not.

My question is, to so many noble and intelligent people who militate in the opposition, what do you propose, concretely, beyond the eternal and empty ??you have to?? of the economists on TV? When do they design the how and count the consequences? When do they expose the Plan that they ask of those who do not have it? When will they recognize the mess they left, right, from the mess they inherited?

??Hope is never in vain??.

Doing politics is having ideas, not accumulating critical comments. Stop her. Have the courage to think and generate hope. Or find another job. Officials and opponents.

I agree with Christina on that.

We would like to give thanks to the author of this article for this awesome content

I agree with Christina

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642127269) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(81) "Ricky Gervais has asked the Golden Globes to no longer offer him the role of host" ["link"]=> string(121) "https://awardworld.net/golden-globes/ricky-gervais-has-asked-the-golden-globes-to-no-longer-offer-him-the-role-of-host-2/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Robert Massey" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 14 Jan 2022 01:41:33 +0000" ["category"]=> string(50) "Golden GlobesGervaisGlobesGoldenhostofferRickyrole" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12269" ["description"]=> string(659) "Ricky Gervais says he told the Golden Globes not to ask him to host the awards again. Look here : The comedian has always had a knack for quitting when he was ahead, while others have made the mistake of taking gigs and renewing sitcoms too long, driven by financial incentives and popular demand , ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8216) "

Ricky Gervais says he told the Golden Globes not to ask him to host the awards again. Look here :

The comedian has always had a knack for quitting when he was ahead, while others have made the mistake of taking gigs and renewing sitcoms too long, driven by financial incentives and popular demand , but marred by a lack of new ideas and a loss of momentum. .

Through bold decision-making, Gervais has continually managed to leave people wanting more — which is why he said his fifth time hosting the Golden Globes in 2020 would be his last.

Gervais hopes to resist the temptation to return as a friend. Credit: Alamy

The 60-year-old was incredibly fearless as a controversial crony, roasting the world’s biggest celebrities in a way only he can.

His monologues were a huge draw for viewers – the last ceremony having been boycotted due to a lack of diversity and not even televised – and as such you imagine there would be plenty of people who would love to see him again. at the bar .

But to help him resist the temptation and the bags of cash that might be thrown at him, Gervais asked the Golden Globes not to offer him the job again.

“It could be that the Golden Globes could offer me 10 million for 10 minutes of work, you know, and I’d be a fool, I’d be a liar, to say I wouldn’t consider it,” the seven-time BAFTA winner said. winner told 45secondes.fr.

“But at the moment, given that I’ve done it five times, it’s getting better and better for me – I enjoyed them all, but it got better – and I plan to never do it again.

“I asked them not to ask me because I can be persuaded, it is true. You know, it’s not a principle. »

It was an equally difficult call for Office creator to call the hour on his Netflix series after life.

Unlike every other series he’s directed, Gervais decided to let it live past its second series, with the third and final installment released on the streaming service on Friday (January 14).

Again, there’s plenty of appetite for more of a sitcom, in which he plays bereaved reporter Tony, but he concluded it was time to move on, glad the show’s ending was ” quite perfect”.

Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life.  Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo
Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life. Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo

“It seems strange to end it at its peak,” he admitted.

“Everyone loves him, the money is growing. But I think you need to move on. You have to leave it somewhere.

“And I would kick myself if I did a fourth series for the squillions and it wasn’t as good as the third.

“But you know, you’re not sure of anything, because you don’t know what the future holds for you. But for now, I say this is the last – no more Golden Globes. But you know, you never know. »

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Ricky Gervais says he told the Golden Globes not to ask him to host the awards again. Look here :

The comedian has always had a knack for quitting when he was ahead, while others have made the mistake of taking gigs and renewing sitcoms too long, driven by financial incentives and popular demand , but marred by a lack of new ideas and a loss of momentum. .

Through bold decision-making, Gervais has continually managed to leave people wanting more — which is why he said his fifth time hosting the Golden Globes in 2020 would be his last.

Gervais hopes to resist the temptation to return as a friend. Credit: Alamy

The 60-year-old was incredibly fearless as a controversial crony, roasting the world’s biggest celebrities in a way only he can.

His monologues were a huge draw for viewers – the last ceremony having been boycotted due to a lack of diversity and not even televised – and as such you imagine there would be plenty of people who would love to see him again. at the bar .

But to help him resist the temptation and the bags of cash that might be thrown at him, Gervais asked the Golden Globes not to offer him the job again.

“It could be that the Golden Globes could offer me 10 million for 10 minutes of work, you know, and I’d be a fool, I’d be a liar, to say I wouldn’t consider it,” the seven-time BAFTA winner said. winner told 45secondes.fr.

“But at the moment, given that I’ve done it five times, it’s getting better and better for me – I enjoyed them all, but it got better – and I plan to never do it again.

“I asked them not to ask me because I can be persuaded, it is true. You know, it’s not a principle. »

It was an equally difficult call for Office creator to call the hour on his Netflix series after life.

Unlike every other series he’s directed, Gervais decided to let it live past its second series, with the third and final installment released on the streaming service on Friday (January 14).

Again, there’s plenty of appetite for more of a sitcom, in which he plays bereaved reporter Tony, but he concluded it was time to move on, glad the show’s ending was ” quite perfect”.

Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life.  Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo
Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life. Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo

“It seems strange to end it at its peak,” he admitted.

“Everyone loves him, the money is growing. But I think you need to move on. You have to leave it somewhere.

“And I would kick myself if I did a fourth series for the squillions and it wasn’t as good as the third.

“But you know, you’re not sure of anything, because you don’t know what the future holds for you. But for now, I say this is the last – no more Golden Globes. But you know, you never know. »

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642124493) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(90) "More voices ask for changes to financial organizations while Argentina fights with the IMF" ["link"]=> string(126) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/more-voices-ask-for-changes-to-financial-organizations-while-argentina-fights-with-the-imf/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 13 Jan 2022 23:23:15 +0000" ["category"]=> string(57) "Nobel PrizeArgentinafightsfinancialIMForganizationsvoices" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12266" ["description"]=> string(706) "The head of the Fund and Martín Guzmán in one of their meetings. Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9905) "

Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain the economic recovery after the pandemic and that since 2021 found in those positions Pope Francis, US congressmen and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz.

The most recent pronouncements, which include some of these opinions, promote that the international financial organizations review their traditional demands for deficit reduction to protect the level of activity, or urge make surcharges more flexible, the differential interest rates that entities such as the IMF apply to the most indebted countries, with Argentina as one of the emblematic cases.

With the country in the defining stretch of the arm wrestling match with the Fund, this week the letter that Francis sent in April to the participants of the spring meetings (in the northern hemisphere) of the IMF and the World Bank, in which he expressed his wish that the internal debates of these institutions would contribute to developing “a recovery model capable of generating new, more inclusive and sustainable solutions to support the real economy”.

In another representative paragraph of that document, the Pontiff stated that the reduction of the debt load in the poorest nations would be “a profoundly human gesture that can help people to develop, to have access to vaccines, to health , to education and employment”, the same paradigm that underlies Stiglitz’s last intervention in the public debate, which he dedicated not coincidentally to Argentina.

In a column published last Monday,the US economist asked the IMF not to “reverse course” of the country “with outdated austerity requirements” and warned that the consequences of forcing Argentina to make a fiscal adjustment to reduce the deficit with a shock cut “would be serious” even for the Fund itself, referring to the pending renegotiation of the US$45 billion debt with the organism.

These positions were added to the request for relief in the surcharges that fifteen congressmen of the Democratic Party headed by the New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez addressed by letter to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Janet Yellen, and they were read with special interest in Argentina, with the Government of the Frente de Todos urged by the schedule of maturities with the IMF and the negotiations at a time of certain tension.

Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations
Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations.

The succession of propositions calling for temporary relaxation of the precepts of immediate deficit reduction for emerging and indebted countries was taken as a implicit support by those who support, such as the vice president of Parlasur Oscar Laborde (FdT), that due to the pandemic the Fund “has to review that drastic position that it has always taken and that conditions the countries.”

“The letter from Pope Francis to the IMF asking him to reduce the debt of poor countries is important for the negotiation, but also because of the criteria defended by our Government, which has been expanding. Already the G-24 forum, which brings together developing countries, had expressed that the IMF cannot work with surcharges and that special drawing rights (SDR) should not be symmetrical to the percentage that each country has in the organization,” Laborde told Télam.

The Mercosur parliamentarian recalled that this proposal on SDRs was approved at the meeting of ministers and presidents of Central Banks of the G-20 which met during the October summit of that forum in Rome, where the Fund was also asked to review its surcharge policy, although the agency’s board, in which the US is the majority shareholder, did not echo those requests.

“The letter from the congressmen to the US Treasury Secretary for the reduction of rates and what Stiglitz himself said, with the idea that countries that make an effort to develop cannot continue to be harassed, as well as the letter from the Papa, they are sowing a general opinion that the Fund cannot continue to operate under the same conditions,” Laborde assessed in statements to this agency.

Such international pronouncements open up some degree of expectation, but with realism and without excessive illusions, among those who share the current position of Argentina in the negotiation for the emergency rescue that the Fund granted in 2018 to the management of Mauricio Macri, in the sense that The country needs to sustain economic growth in 2021 after the effects of the 2020 pandemic (GDP plummeted 9.9%, according to Indec).

That thesis, which consists of the search for fiscal balance being progressive enough to allow the continuity of some state stimulus policies, is what they defend. economists such as Hernán Letcher and Agustín D’Atellis, who in dialogue with Télam recalled that before the outbreak of the coronavirus “all the countries made fiscal policy (of expansion of spending) and they did it in a very pronounced way.”

Joseph Stiglitz advocated a change in flight attendant policies
Joseph Stiglitz advocated for a change in flight attendant policies.

“The world is discussing how to get out of the pandemic and these debates find Argentina once again in the focus of witness cases: just as it did the largest removal in history at the time and then went to the United Nations to promote a new order for debt restructuring, now the problem is the record indebtedness left by Macri,” Letcher described by way of context.

For Letcher, the statements by Ocasio-Cortez or Stiglitz expose the topicality of the debate on the pandemic and fiscal policy, a planetary discussion that -he marked- includes paradoxes such as “the Fund issuing special drawing rights, the SDRs, and distributing them throughout and across the world, so that countries can use it to address the problem of the pandemic, and Argentina, due to its situation, had to use its SDRs to pay the IMF itself”.

“That is a contradiction, because if you want to help me, let me use the SDRs to reactivate the economy,” observed the head of the Argentine Political Economy Center (Cepa), and gave this situation as an example to conclude that “beyond the discursive, the Fund is still the same Fund, it asks you for the same things and requires you in the same way, for which cannot be expected to revise its historical practices”.

A similar perception was outlined by D’Attelis, who stated that he was “completely in agreement” with “the different voices, both from politics and world-renowned economists, or the same from the Vatican, who propose moving towards a more humanistic economic policy than address the impact of the pandemic”, although he warned that he “is a little skeptical” about the possibility that “this turnaround will occur worldwide”.

“Unfortunately I have to be pragmatic and I must say that these pronouncements remind me a lot of the post-international financial crisis of 2008/2009, when the world began to discuss again the rules of the supposed new international financial architecture, the role of the organizations, the power that emerging countries and the IMF itself were going to have was under discussion, but the truth is that everything came to nothing,” D’Attelis reviewed in dialogue with Télam.

For Argentina, the debate on the advisability of injecting funds with countercyclical measures, which coincides with a rise in inflation throughout the world, has an impact on the final stretch of the tense negotiation with the Fund, just when it has just been installed in the country the new permanent representative of the organization, the British Ben Kelmanson.

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Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain the economic recovery after the pandemic and that since 2021 found in those positions Pope Francis, US congressmen and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz.

The most recent pronouncements, which include some of these opinions, promote that the international financial organizations review their traditional demands for deficit reduction to protect the level of activity, or urge make surcharges more flexible, the differential interest rates that entities such as the IMF apply to the most indebted countries, with Argentina as one of the emblematic cases.

With the country in the defining stretch of the arm wrestling match with the Fund, this week the letter that Francis sent in April to the participants of the spring meetings (in the northern hemisphere) of the IMF and the World Bank, in which he expressed his wish that the internal debates of these institutions would contribute to developing “a recovery model capable of generating new, more inclusive and sustainable solutions to support the real economy”.

In another representative paragraph of that document, the Pontiff stated that the reduction of the debt load in the poorest nations would be “a profoundly human gesture that can help people to develop, to have access to vaccines, to health , to education and employment”, the same paradigm that underlies Stiglitz’s last intervention in the public debate, which he dedicated not coincidentally to Argentina.

In a column published last Monday,the US economist asked the IMF not to “reverse course” of the country “with outdated austerity requirements” and warned that the consequences of forcing Argentina to make a fiscal adjustment to reduce the deficit with a shock cut “would be serious” even for the Fund itself, referring to the pending renegotiation of the US$45 billion debt with the organism.

These positions were added to the request for relief in the surcharges that fifteen congressmen of the Democratic Party headed by the New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez addressed by letter to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Janet Yellen, and they were read with special interest in Argentina, with the Government of the Frente de Todos urged by the schedule of maturities with the IMF and the negotiations at a time of certain tension.

Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations
Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations.

The succession of propositions calling for temporary relaxation of the precepts of immediate deficit reduction for emerging and indebted countries was taken as a implicit support by those who support, such as the vice president of Parlasur Oscar Laborde (FdT), that due to the pandemic the Fund “has to review that drastic position that it has always taken and that conditions the countries.”

“The letter from Pope Francis to the IMF asking him to reduce the debt of poor countries is important for the negotiation, but also because of the criteria defended by our Government, which has been expanding. Already the G-24 forum, which brings together developing countries, had expressed that the IMF cannot work with surcharges and that special drawing rights (SDR) should not be symmetrical to the percentage that each country has in the organization,” Laborde told Télam.

The Mercosur parliamentarian recalled that this proposal on SDRs was approved at the meeting of ministers and presidents of Central Banks of the G-20 which met during the October summit of that forum in Rome, where the Fund was also asked to review its surcharge policy, although the agency’s board, in which the US is the majority shareholder, did not echo those requests.

“The letter from the congressmen to the US Treasury Secretary for the reduction of rates and what Stiglitz himself said, with the idea that countries that make an effort to develop cannot continue to be harassed, as well as the letter from the Papa, they are sowing a general opinion that the Fund cannot continue to operate under the same conditions,” Laborde assessed in statements to this agency.

Such international pronouncements open up some degree of expectation, but with realism and without excessive illusions, among those who share the current position of Argentina in the negotiation for the emergency rescue that the Fund granted in 2018 to the management of Mauricio Macri, in the sense that The country needs to sustain economic growth in 2021 after the effects of the 2020 pandemic (GDP plummeted 9.9%, according to Indec).

That thesis, which consists of the search for fiscal balance being progressive enough to allow the continuity of some state stimulus policies, is what they defend. economists such as Hernán Letcher and Agustín D’Atellis, who in dialogue with Télam recalled that before the outbreak of the coronavirus “all the countries made fiscal policy (of expansion of spending) and they did it in a very pronounced way.”

Joseph Stiglitz advocated a change in flight attendant policies
Joseph Stiglitz advocated for a change in flight attendant policies.

“The world is discussing how to get out of the pandemic and these debates find Argentina once again in the focus of witness cases: just as it did the largest removal in history at the time and then went to the United Nations to promote a new order for debt restructuring, now the problem is the record indebtedness left by Macri,” Letcher described by way of context.

For Letcher, the statements by Ocasio-Cortez or Stiglitz expose the topicality of the debate on the pandemic and fiscal policy, a planetary discussion that -he marked- includes paradoxes such as “the Fund issuing special drawing rights, the SDRs, and distributing them throughout and across the world, so that countries can use it to address the problem of the pandemic, and Argentina, due to its situation, had to use its SDRs to pay the IMF itself”.

“That is a contradiction, because if you want to help me, let me use the SDRs to reactivate the economy,” observed the head of the Argentine Political Economy Center (Cepa), and gave this situation as an example to conclude that “beyond the discursive, the Fund is still the same Fund, it asks you for the same things and requires you in the same way, for which cannot be expected to revise its historical practices”.

A similar perception was outlined by D’Attelis, who stated that he was “completely in agreement” with “the different voices, both from politics and world-renowned economists, or the same from the Vatican, who propose moving towards a more humanistic economic policy than address the impact of the pandemic”, although he warned that he “is a little skeptical” about the possibility that “this turnaround will occur worldwide”.

“Unfortunately I have to be pragmatic and I must say that these pronouncements remind me a lot of the post-international financial crisis of 2008/2009, when the world began to discuss again the rules of the supposed new international financial architecture, the role of the organizations, the power that emerging countries and the IMF itself were going to have was under discussion, but the truth is that everything came to nothing,” D’Attelis reviewed in dialogue with Télam.

For Argentina, the debate on the advisability of injecting funds with countercyclical measures, which coincides with a rise in inflation throughout the world, has an impact on the final stretch of the tense negotiation with the Fund, just when it has just been installed in the country the new permanent representative of the organization, the British Ben Kelmanson.

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In 2011, on the occasion of the celebration in Chile of the Bicentennial of the National Congress, the challenge of a great scientific meeting arose. Thus, Future Congress was born. 11 years after that date, the event has already become the largest scientific dissemination event in the country and in Latin America.

This year it will take place for the second consecutive year online, due to the pandemic. Between January 17 and 21, the Future Challenges Commission of the Senate and the Future Encounters Foundation (FEF)will present a total of 80 experts from 20 countries. Among them, Anthony Fauci, the main adviser to the White House for the current health crisis, Gonzalo Moratorio, a virologist who designed the Uruguayan response against the virus, and Harald Zur Hausen, a Nobel Prize winner in Medicine, a German scientist and doctor, who discovered the role of human papilloma virus.

Among the novelties that the 2022 version will have, Nicolás Fernández, executive director of Fundación Encuentros del Futuro, highlights three that in his opinion will surprise us during the event.

Michelle Bachelet participates in the opening ceremony of the VI Congress of the Future
Artificial intelligence and robotics are one of the main fields of science development and will be one of the protagonists of the 2022 event.

The first big surprise or novelty of Future Congress 2022 it will come from the hand of the new president of Chile. “Philosopher Michael Sandel, who was recently confirmed, will speak with Gabriel Boric on Thursday afternoon, probably via Zoom. We will have a conversation between this political philosopher, considered the most relevant of the 21st century, and Gabriel Boric”, says Fernández.

Sandel writes books about meritocracy, economics. “He is like the counterpart of Carlos Peña in the United States, both write in the same line of political philosophy. He has the most requested Harvard class by students. Is a rockstar of political philosophy. They will speak closing the official day of the event”, he adds.

Another great novelty will be associated with the development of artificial intelligence. As is often the case with technological progress, on many occasions, advances occur more quickly than expected. In this case, it is a solution associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. Which promises to be a total revolution in the field.

Fernández explains that “we have the possibility, through a phone call and two questions, that in a few minutes we can determine the possibility that a person has Covid-19. The platform, which it’s called scanvox and it belongs to the Merlin Research company, just by listening to the voice, you can make a forecast. That is artificial intelligence. Through thousands of conversations from people who had the virus, he understood the type of sequence and sound that they generated, which allows capturing and crossing the data”.

More about Future Congress

The system that will be part of the Future Congress will be applied to all the people, officials and exhibitors, who will receive a daily call, asking or proposing things such as: Count to ten in a certain way. “On the phone you answer and automatically when you finish the call you get an email where says the percentage and probability you have of being infected”, Explain.

If it is greater than 75%, an alert is triggered and the health system is informed, and you have to do a PCR. “It allows us to test work teams and to date it keeps us with zero contagions to the team. Only one person, external, it yielded more than 75% and was indeed infected. The process studies the audiometry of the voice. It doesn’t tell you if you’re infected, it’s a probability. It could be a technology that could be incorporated by communes or other establishments and institutions. It even manages to discriminate between flu symptoms and Covid-19″, explains Fernández.

1642105316 742 A talk between Gabriel Boric and a rockstar of political
One of the alternatives that the scientific event will offer points to the diagnosis of Covid-19. REUTERS/Ailen Diaz

Future Congress in its XI edition will also surprise its virtual attendees with two other great novelties. According to Fernández, “we always had a space at lunchtime where we lowered the transmission, which meant that people were disconnected, and then the connection in the afternoon was super slow.”

That is why we thought of generating an extra space called CF News, with different journalists, explains Fernández, “and thus ensure that the transmission of Future Congress is uninterrupted from nine in the morning until 6:00 p.m. As in other channels, after the morning block, we will have news, and then the afternoon block. It will include different spaces, with what happens in the event and also general science news and current affairs”.

The idea is to have a space where people do not disconnect, “and support and disseminate content that we were unable to show in Future Congress, in a much simpler format. We hope that it can captivate the audience”, explains Fernández.

Along the same lines, “we will present a small initiative called We Have a Dilemma, which is a space where the public can register and have a live conversation with different exhibitors who have already given their talk. For example, if one of them exposes one day at 10 in the morning, then at 12 they connect by Zoom, answering all the questions that people had pending. It is a B format where you can talk and debate with the experts who come to Future Congress. It was one of the criticisms we had every year, the lack of interaction between people and exhibitors. And this space comes to correct that”, Fernandez reveals.

We would love to thank the writer of this short article for this remarkable material

A talk between Gabriel Boric and a rockstar of political philosophy; Covid diagnosis by phone and uninterrupted transmission for nine hours: three things that will surprise us in Future Congress – La Tercera

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In 2011, on the occasion of the celebration in Chile of the Bicentennial of the National Congress, the challenge of a great scientific meeting arose. Thus, Future Congress was born. 11 years after that date, the event has already become the largest scientific dissemination event in the country and in Latin America.

This year it will take place for the second consecutive year online, due to the pandemic. Between January 17 and 21, the Future Challenges Commission of the Senate and the Future Encounters Foundation (FEF)will present a total of 80 experts from 20 countries. Among them, Anthony Fauci, the main adviser to the White House for the current health crisis, Gonzalo Moratorio, a virologist who designed the Uruguayan response against the virus, and Harald Zur Hausen, a Nobel Prize winner in Medicine, a German scientist and doctor, who discovered the role of human papilloma virus.

Among the novelties that the 2022 version will have, Nicolás Fernández, executive director of Fundación Encuentros del Futuro, highlights three that in his opinion will surprise us during the event.

Michelle Bachelet participates in the opening ceremony of the VI Congress of the Future
Artificial intelligence and robotics are one of the main fields of science development and will be one of the protagonists of the 2022 event.

The first big surprise or novelty of Future Congress 2022 it will come from the hand of the new president of Chile. “Philosopher Michael Sandel, who was recently confirmed, will speak with Gabriel Boric on Thursday afternoon, probably via Zoom. We will have a conversation between this political philosopher, considered the most relevant of the 21st century, and Gabriel Boric”, says Fernández.

Sandel writes books about meritocracy, economics. “He is like the counterpart of Carlos Peña in the United States, both write in the same line of political philosophy. He has the most requested Harvard class by students. Is a rockstar of political philosophy. They will speak closing the official day of the event”, he adds.

Another great novelty will be associated with the development of artificial intelligence. As is often the case with technological progress, on many occasions, advances occur more quickly than expected. In this case, it is a solution associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. Which promises to be a total revolution in the field.

Fernández explains that “we have the possibility, through a phone call and two questions, that in a few minutes we can determine the possibility that a person has Covid-19. The platform, which it’s called scanvox and it belongs to the Merlin Research company, just by listening to the voice, you can make a forecast. That is artificial intelligence. Through thousands of conversations from people who had the virus, he understood the type of sequence and sound that they generated, which allows capturing and crossing the data”.

More about Future Congress

The system that will be part of the Future Congress will be applied to all the people, officials and exhibitors, who will receive a daily call, asking or proposing things such as: Count to ten in a certain way. “On the phone you answer and automatically when you finish the call you get an email where says the percentage and probability you have of being infected”, Explain.

If it is greater than 75%, an alert is triggered and the health system is informed, and you have to do a PCR. “It allows us to test work teams and to date it keeps us with zero contagions to the team. Only one person, external, it yielded more than 75% and was indeed infected. The process studies the audiometry of the voice. It doesn’t tell you if you’re infected, it’s a probability. It could be a technology that could be incorporated by communes or other establishments and institutions. It even manages to discriminate between flu symptoms and Covid-19″, explains Fernández.

1642105316 742 A talk between Gabriel Boric and a rockstar of political
One of the alternatives that the scientific event will offer points to the diagnosis of Covid-19. REUTERS/Ailen Diaz

Future Congress in its XI edition will also surprise its virtual attendees with two other great novelties. According to Fernández, “we always had a space at lunchtime where we lowered the transmission, which meant that people were disconnected, and then the connection in the afternoon was super slow.”

That is why we thought of generating an extra space called CF News, with different journalists, explains Fernández, “and thus ensure that the transmission of Future Congress is uninterrupted from nine in the morning until 6:00 p.m. As in other channels, after the morning block, we will have news, and then the afternoon block. It will include different spaces, with what happens in the event and also general science news and current affairs”.

The idea is to have a space where people do not disconnect, “and support and disseminate content that we were unable to show in Future Congress, in a much simpler format. We hope that it can captivate the audience”, explains Fernández.

Along the same lines, “we will present a small initiative called We Have a Dilemma, which is a space where the public can register and have a live conversation with different exhibitors who have already given their talk. For example, if one of them exposes one day at 10 in the morning, then at 12 they connect by Zoom, answering all the questions that people had pending. It is a B format where you can talk and debate with the experts who come to Future Congress. It was one of the criticisms we had every year, the lack of interaction between people and exhibitors. And this space comes to correct that”, Fernandez reveals.

We would love to thank the writer of this short article for this remarkable material

A talk between Gabriel Boric and a rockstar of political philosophy; Covid diagnosis by phone and uninterrupted transmission for nine hours: three things that will surprise us in Future Congress – La Tercera

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Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo.

Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, Denmark, Sweden and Norway remain great creative breeding grounds, dotted with singular, original, unexpected creations.

Filmo dedicated to it a rich selection, let’s talk about some of the films available on the streaming platform. For once, we will not return to the best known, such as the stupefying The Silent Warrior – Valhalla Rising by Nicolas Winding Refn or the splashing provocations of Lars von Trier, numerous and available. The same goes for the impressive Thomas Vinterberg, of whom several films, including the cult party, have joined the platform.

However, the occasion was too good not to offer you to take a look at more original productions, but also rarer, that you will sometimes only find on Filmo.

The famous magic of cinema

It is no exaggeration to present Roy Andersson’s film as theone of the most beautiful and strange in the history of cinema. Fruit of twenty years of preparation, then of a filming spread over four years (still) Second Floor Songs is a fascinating series of sketches. With their systematic use of the wide-angle, the permanent choice of the sequence shot, as if of a great plastic coherence, one would quickly believe that we are dealing with a pictorial experimentation ultimately far removed from cinematographic narration.

But not at all, Andersson injects here the phenomenal experience accumulated over the hundreds of clips he has directed, and generates an unprecedented cinematographic space, in which it gives rise to an art of movement, rhythm and poetry that is truly staggering. Is Swedish society, like many of its characters, gray and depressed? Or does the director like to make up his contemporaries to better question their anxieties, the possible shortcomings of a world that only asks to sink into its own neuroses? We will probably never quite know, but this melancholic spectacle of a gallery of characters inevitably leaving the common rails remains an absolutely unique spectacle.

With Snow Therapy then The Square, Ruben Östlund scattered Cannes like a puzzle, imposing a tone that was both sarcastic and radical, allowing him, under cover of an aggressive comedy of manners, to address the wrongs, spinelessness and petty betrayals of well-to-do individuals in every respect. Corn before leaving with the Palme d’or, this good Ruben had been practicing his art for some time. Long invisible in France, his first films were unearthed by Filmo, which allows us today to revisit an exciting start to his career.

What if everyone was a little confused? This is the question we can ask ourselves while looking at Guitar Mongoloid, an astonishing choral film, and its gallery of delirious portraits. Four remained explode bicycles, until meeting a duo of consequent motorcyclists. A young boy as gifted for the guitar as a warthog for rhythmic gymnastics tries his hand at punk, under the fascinated gaze of a somewhat complacent adult, and then there will also be this sequence of Russian roulette, astonishing suspense and weirdness. Like all the films that followed it, this first exercise is troubled, astonishing, capable of moments of suspended grace as well as grueling tension.

Dog punk will grow big

Many spectators have recently discovered the fascinating Joachim Trier thanks to the solar Julie (in 12 chapters), awarded a few months ago in Cannes. But the artist was not at his first attempt, and we owed him at least one very great success entitled Oslo, August 31. The film was quite a challenge sinceit is about adapting the Will-o’-the-wisp from Drieu La Rochelle. A poetic and complex text, narrating the last day, in the streets of Versailles, of a young man resolved to commit suicide. Trier moves the action to Oslo and miraculously manages to transcend its program as hard as it is trying, to offer us a singularly luminous story.

Because the director wants to pay homage to the capital of Norway, he strives to magnify the scenery through which his hero passes, as if the entire city, about to become his tomb, was traversed by a sacred light. Chronicle of melancholy and depression that seeks everything except to overwhelm the viewer, the story takes the pulse of a young man who has decided to end, in a gesture of great tenderness, of a delicate and ultimately overwhelming humanity. Never judging his protagonists, the director prefers to offer a sensitive portrait, with the air of ointment. Rare and precious.

A little Xanax, and it starts again!

Another exclusivity specific to the Filmo platform, here is The King’s Choice, which retraces a few hours that decided the fate of Norway. As the Nazis begin the annexation of the country, the Reich’s troops have the ambition to reach an agreement with the Norwegian monarch, which would make them the legal and legitimate repositories of authority. To allow his country to prepare to resist, but also his people to flee the German invader, the King had to decide urgently on the attitude to adopt and the doctrine to defend.

War film, study of a sacrifice as much as frantic chase film, the film directed by Erik Poppe dodges most of the pitfalls of costumed pageants, just as he does not overplay the figure of civilization tottering in the face of the filthy beast, preferring to qualify and question its protagonists as to the nature of their choices, without falling into the talkative pensum. And for good reason, the director is also the author of one of the shocks of recent years, Utoya, July 22, an immersion in a sequence shot in the horror of a particularly violent attack. We are therefore all the more interested in the rest of his career.

The Mr White of Casino Royale has taken the lead

And to find all the films in this selection on Filmo, it’s this way !

This is an article published as part of a partnership. But what is a Large Screen partnership?

We wish to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this awesome material

Sweet madness and poetry and punk: Scandinavian cinema in the spotlight on Filmo

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(721) "Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo. Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9832) "

Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo.

Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, Denmark, Sweden and Norway remain great creative breeding grounds, dotted with singular, original, unexpected creations.

Filmo dedicated to it a rich selection, let’s talk about some of the films available on the streaming platform. For once, we will not return to the best known, such as the stupefying The Silent Warrior – Valhalla Rising by Nicolas Winding Refn or the splashing provocations of Lars von Trier, numerous and available. The same goes for the impressive Thomas Vinterberg, of whom several films, including the cult party, have joined the platform.

However, the occasion was too good not to offer you to take a look at more original productions, but also rarer, that you will sometimes only find on Filmo.

The famous magic of cinema

It is no exaggeration to present Roy Andersson’s film as theone of the most beautiful and strange in the history of cinema. Fruit of twenty years of preparation, then of a filming spread over four years (still) Second Floor Songs is a fascinating series of sketches. With their systematic use of the wide-angle, the permanent choice of the sequence shot, as if of a great plastic coherence, one would quickly believe that we are dealing with a pictorial experimentation ultimately far removed from cinematographic narration.

But not at all, Andersson injects here the phenomenal experience accumulated over the hundreds of clips he has directed, and generates an unprecedented cinematographic space, in which it gives rise to an art of movement, rhythm and poetry that is truly staggering. Is Swedish society, like many of its characters, gray and depressed? Or does the director like to make up his contemporaries to better question their anxieties, the possible shortcomings of a world that only asks to sink into its own neuroses? We will probably never quite know, but this melancholic spectacle of a gallery of characters inevitably leaving the common rails remains an absolutely unique spectacle.

With Snow Therapy then The Square, Ruben Östlund scattered Cannes like a puzzle, imposing a tone that was both sarcastic and radical, allowing him, under cover of an aggressive comedy of manners, to address the wrongs, spinelessness and petty betrayals of well-to-do individuals in every respect. Corn before leaving with the Palme d’or, this good Ruben had been practicing his art for some time. Long invisible in France, his first films were unearthed by Filmo, which allows us today to revisit an exciting start to his career.

What if everyone was a little confused? This is the question we can ask ourselves while looking at Guitar Mongoloid, an astonishing choral film, and its gallery of delirious portraits. Four remained explode bicycles, until meeting a duo of consequent motorcyclists. A young boy as gifted for the guitar as a warthog for rhythmic gymnastics tries his hand at punk, under the fascinated gaze of a somewhat complacent adult, and then there will also be this sequence of Russian roulette, astonishing suspense and weirdness. Like all the films that followed it, this first exercise is troubled, astonishing, capable of moments of suspended grace as well as grueling tension.

Dog punk will grow big

Many spectators have recently discovered the fascinating Joachim Trier thanks to the solar Julie (in 12 chapters), awarded a few months ago in Cannes. But the artist was not at his first attempt, and we owed him at least one very great success entitled Oslo, August 31. The film was quite a challenge sinceit is about adapting the Will-o’-the-wisp from Drieu La Rochelle. A poetic and complex text, narrating the last day, in the streets of Versailles, of a young man resolved to commit suicide. Trier moves the action to Oslo and miraculously manages to transcend its program as hard as it is trying, to offer us a singularly luminous story.

Because the director wants to pay homage to the capital of Norway, he strives to magnify the scenery through which his hero passes, as if the entire city, about to become his tomb, was traversed by a sacred light. Chronicle of melancholy and depression that seeks everything except to overwhelm the viewer, the story takes the pulse of a young man who has decided to end, in a gesture of great tenderness, of a delicate and ultimately overwhelming humanity. Never judging his protagonists, the director prefers to offer a sensitive portrait, with the air of ointment. Rare and precious.

A little Xanax, and it starts again!

Another exclusivity specific to the Filmo platform, here is The King’s Choice, which retraces a few hours that decided the fate of Norway. As the Nazis begin the annexation of the country, the Reich’s troops have the ambition to reach an agreement with the Norwegian monarch, which would make them the legal and legitimate repositories of authority. To allow his country to prepare to resist, but also his people to flee the German invader, the King had to decide urgently on the attitude to adopt and the doctrine to defend.

War film, study of a sacrifice as much as frantic chase film, the film directed by Erik Poppe dodges most of the pitfalls of costumed pageants, just as he does not overplay the figure of civilization tottering in the face of the filthy beast, preferring to qualify and question its protagonists as to the nature of their choices, without falling into the talkative pensum. And for good reason, the director is also the author of one of the shocks of recent years, Utoya, July 22, an immersion in a sequence shot in the horror of a particularly violent attack. We are therefore all the more interested in the rest of his career.

The Mr White of Casino Royale has taken the lead

And to find all the films in this selection on Filmo, it’s this way !

This is an article published as part of a partnership. But what is a Large Screen partnership?

We wish to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this awesome material

Sweet madness and poetry and punk: Scandinavian cinema in the spotlight on Filmo

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642101823) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(53) "NBA/HS – A coach suspended for having won too much!" ["link"]=> string(85) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/nba-hs-a-coach-suspended-for-having-won-too-much/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 13 Jan 2022 19:07:17 +0000" ["category"]=> string(31) "Booker PrizecoachNBAHSsuspended" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12257" ["description"]=> string(573) "In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level. In the NBA, Michael Jordan and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3928) "

In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level.

In the NBA, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were adored and put forward for their conquering state of mind. Indeed, whatever the context, whether in match or in training, the two legends categorically refused to lose. Moreover, the number 8/24 of the Lakers even named this approach to sport the “Mamba Mentality”, and many followers today roam the NBA floors like Devin Booker or Kyrie Irving…

But obviously, not all contexts are conducive to the establishment of the famous Mamba Mentality. Indeed, at the High School level, the main objective is not necessarily to win at all costs and fill the trophy cabinet. The most important thing is to teach moral values ​​to the players, which all can carry with them in their future life. Solidarity, mutual aid, surpassing oneself or accepting authority are all major concepts that count more than the bulletin board.

Victory of 88 points and immediate suspension for a coach

This is why, unlike the professional leagues or even the NCAA Tour, winning by a huge margin can be frowned upon. Indeed, destroying a much weaker team could give players and students the impression that it is normal to go after the most in difficulty… This is what explains why a coach was suspended by his school after a victory far too large for the taste of the adversaries.

In Connecticut, the land of women’s basketball, the Sacred Heart Academy coach led his team to a 92-4 victory, but rather than being rewarded for teaching his players, he was suspended for two meetings for a lack of respect and fair play towards the opposing high school. The director of the establishment had even publicly apologized:

Sacred Heart Academy values ​​values ​​learned through athletic competition, including ethical and responsible behavior, leadership, strength of character, and respect for opponents. Our whole teaching team regrets and feels remorse for how our women’s team won their last game.

For the director, therefore, winning by 88 points in a match between high school girls is neither ethical nor a proof of respect. And that’s probably the biggest difference with the professional mentality. Indeed, the greatest sign of respect in the big leagues is to play hard until the last minute, even if it means driving an even bigger gap.

Indeed, the poor adversaries of the Sacred Heart Academy had to have a bad encounter and had to go home disappointed. But that’s also sport, learning to manage chess, learn to get up… Not sure that this suspension

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NBA/HS – A coach suspended for having won too much!

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" } ["summary"]=> string(573) "In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level. In the NBA, Michael Jordan and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3928) "

In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level.

In the NBA, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were adored and put forward for their conquering state of mind. Indeed, whatever the context, whether in match or in training, the two legends categorically refused to lose. Moreover, the number 8/24 of the Lakers even named this approach to sport the “Mamba Mentality”, and many followers today roam the NBA floors like Devin Booker or Kyrie Irving…

But obviously, not all contexts are conducive to the establishment of the famous Mamba Mentality. Indeed, at the High School level, the main objective is not necessarily to win at all costs and fill the trophy cabinet. The most important thing is to teach moral values ​​to the players, which all can carry with them in their future life. Solidarity, mutual aid, surpassing oneself or accepting authority are all major concepts that count more than the bulletin board.

Victory of 88 points and immediate suspension for a coach

This is why, unlike the professional leagues or even the NCAA Tour, winning by a huge margin can be frowned upon. Indeed, destroying a much weaker team could give players and students the impression that it is normal to go after the most in difficulty… This is what explains why a coach was suspended by his school after a victory far too large for the taste of the adversaries.

In Connecticut, the land of women’s basketball, the Sacred Heart Academy coach led his team to a 92-4 victory, but rather than being rewarded for teaching his players, he was suspended for two meetings for a lack of respect and fair play towards the opposing high school. The director of the establishment had even publicly apologized:

Sacred Heart Academy values ​​values ​​learned through athletic competition, including ethical and responsible behavior, leadership, strength of character, and respect for opponents. Our whole teaching team regrets and feels remorse for how our women’s team won their last game.

For the director, therefore, winning by 88 points in a match between high school girls is neither ethical nor a proof of respect. And that’s probably the biggest difference with the professional mentality. Indeed, the greatest sign of respect in the big leagues is to play hard until the last minute, even if it means driving an even bigger gap.

Indeed, the poor adversaries of the Sacred Heart Academy had to have a bad encounter and had to go home disappointed. But that’s also sport, learning to manage chess, learn to get up… Not sure that this suspension

We would love to thank the author of this post for this remarkable web content

NBA/HS – A coach suspended for having won too much!

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642100837) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "The first selection of the Booksellers in Seine 2022 prize" ["link"]=> string(95) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/the-first-selection-of-the-booksellers-in-seine-2022-prize/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 13 Jan 2022 18:05:53 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "Booker PrizebooksellersPrizeSeineselection" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12254" ["description"]=> string(655) "The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize. With ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4915) "

The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize.

With four titles, Actes Sud is the best-represented publisher. There are also a few award-winning books this fall, such as Mahmoud or the rising waters, by Antoine Wauters, The most secret memory of men, by Mohammed Mbougar Sarr, Mrs Hayat, by Ahmet Altan, The Demon of Wolf Hill, by Dimitri Rouchon-Borie, Furies, by Julie Ruocco, The children of the Volga, by Gouzel Iakhina, or My husband, by Maud Ventura.

The 32 favorites:

Six finalists will be announced in January after a vote by the association’s booksellers. 800 readers will take over to choose their favorite novel. The winner will be announced, during the month of June, a? the occasion of the great festival of Booksellers in the Seine.

In 2021, between big cats by Colin Niel (Rouergue) won the Booksellers in Seine prize, Hiroki’s game by Eric Senabre at Didier jeunesse for that of the P’tits Bouquineurs en Seine and The city without wind, by Elénore Villeppoix (Hachette novels), for that of Bouquineurs en Seine.

Created in 2012, the Libraires en Seine association brings together 12 bookstores in western Paris: Au Pays des Livres in Colombes, De?dicaces in Rueil-Malmaison, L’Amandier in Puteaux, L’Ecriture in Vaucresson, La Boi?te at? Letters to Asnie?res-sur-Seine, The Suite at Versailles, Baron Perche? in Courbevoie, The Book and the Turtle in Issy-les-Moulineaux, Les Beaux Titres in Levallois-Perret, Les Cyclades in Saint-Cloud, Librairie des Batignolles in Paris 17th and Librairie Nouvelle in Asnieres-sur-Seine.

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The first selection of the Booksellers in Seine 2022 prize

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The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize.

With four titles, Actes Sud is the best-represented publisher. There are also a few award-winning books this fall, such as Mahmoud or the rising waters, by Antoine Wauters, The most secret memory of men, by Mohammed Mbougar Sarr, Mrs Hayat, by Ahmet Altan, The Demon of Wolf Hill, by Dimitri Rouchon-Borie, Furies, by Julie Ruocco, The children of the Volga, by Gouzel Iakhina, or My husband, by Maud Ventura.

The 32 favorites:

Six finalists will be announced in January after a vote by the association’s booksellers. 800 readers will take over to choose their favorite novel. The winner will be announced, during the month of June, a? the occasion of the great festival of Booksellers in the Seine.

In 2021, between big cats by Colin Niel (Rouergue) won the Booksellers in Seine prize, Hiroki’s game by Eric Senabre at Didier jeunesse for that of the P’tits Bouquineurs en Seine and The city without wind, by Elénore Villeppoix (Hachette novels), for that of Bouquineurs en Seine.

Created in 2012, the Libraires en Seine association brings together 12 bookstores in western Paris: Au Pays des Livres in Colombes, De?dicaces in Rueil-Malmaison, L’Amandier in Puteaux, L’Ecriture in Vaucresson, La Boi?te at? Letters to Asnie?res-sur-Seine, The Suite at Versailles, Baron Perche? in Courbevoie, The Book and the Turtle in Issy-les-Moulineaux, Les Beaux Titres in Levallois-Perret, Les Cyclades in Saint-Cloud, Librairie des Batignolles in Paris 17th and Librairie Nouvelle in Asnieres-sur-Seine.

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The first selection of the Booksellers in Seine 2022 prize

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