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On this day in History – Oct. 01 Setembro 30, 2007

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On this day in History – Oct. 01

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On this day in History – Oct. 01

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Liga Bwin : 6ª Jornada – Porto aumenta avanço enquanto os rivais de Lisboa se preocupam mais com os árbitros

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6ª. Jornada – Resultados
29 Set 19:15 Benfica 0-0 Sporting
29 Set 21:15 Porto

2-0 Boavista
30 Set 16:00 Estrela da Amadora 1-1 Marítimo
30 Set 16:00 Vitória de Setúbal 2-0 União de Leiria
30 Set 16:00 Nacional 2-0 Naval 1º. de Maio
30 Set 18:00 Belenenses 1-0 Paços de Ferreira
30 Set 19:15 Vitória de Guimarães 1-0 Braga
01 Out 19:45 Académica Leixões

Comentários da Jornada:
Mais uma jornada favorável aos campeões nacionais que mantém a totalidade de pontos ao ganhar em casa ao Boavista com dois golos de Lisandro, que se apresenta neste início de época como o avançado mais eficiente da Liga. Antes os rivais de Lisboa, Benfica e Sporting empataram sem golos em jogo que estão a transformar como de grande polémica, porque os leões acham que têm direito ao que o Benfica teve a meio da semana no jogo da Taça da Liga ou seja um penalty inexistente assinalado pelo juiz auxiliar. Porém, esquecem-se do único lance do jogo em que realmente houve penalty, já em tempos de desconto, o que nem surpreende porque seria um penalty a favor do Benfica que muito provavelmente daria o triunfo aos encarnados.

O Marítimo mantém o segundo lugar mas o empate na Amadora coloca os insulares agora a cinco pontos de distancia do Porto.

A jornada não teve surpresas. As equipas que jogaram em casa averbaram quatro triunfos, com referencia para o Nacional que ganhou pela primeira vez a uma Naval que se afunda cada vez mais. Para além do Porto, os outros vencedores foram o Belenenses frente aos «uefeiros» (por pouco tempo) Paços de Ferreira e Vitória de Setúbal que derrotou a União de Leria e demonstram capacidade invulgar face à performance das últimas épocas.

No derby do Minho o Vitória de Guimarães não perdeu a oportunidade de derrotar o Braga com um golo de Geromel, mesmo fazendo o último quarto de hora com dez (expulsão de Fajardo) e subiu ao 3º. lugar da classificação!!! Os rivais de lisboa que continuem a discutir a arbitragem e não ganhem jogos, não!

Amanhã a jornada completa-se em Coimbra com a Académica a receber o Leixões, rei dos empates.

Com uma jornada europeia pelo caminho, na próxima jornada o Porto vai a Coimbra, o Benfica a Leiria e o Sporting volta a encontrar-se agora em Lisboa com o Guimarães. As duas equipas sensação do campeonato Marítimo e Vitória de Setúbal defrontam-se no Funchal.

CLASSIFICAÇÃO
Lugar Clube Pontos Golos
1. Porto 18 11-1
2. Marítimo 15 10-3
3. Vitória de Guimarães 12 9-4
4. Sporting 11 9-4
5. Benfica 10 7-1
6. Vitória de Setúbal 10 9-5
7. Braga 7 6-7
8. Belenenses 7 4-7
9. Estrela da Amadora 6 5-6
9. Nacional 6 4-6
11. Leixões 5 5-5
11. Académica 5 3-7
13. Boavista 4 1-5
14. União de Leiria 3 2-8
15. Paços de Ferreira 2 3-9
16. Naval 1º. de Maio 2 3-13

(*) Académica – Leixões têm menos um jogo defrontando-se amanhã

Próxima Jornada -7ª.
6 Out 20:30 Sporting Vitória de Guimarães

7 Out 16:00

Leixões

Naval 1º. de Maio
7 Out 16:00 Marítimo Vitória de Setúbal
7 Out 19:15 União de Leiria Benfica
7 Out 21:15 Académica Porto
8 Out 19:15 Braga Nacional
8 Out 21:15 Paços de Ferreira Estrela da Amadora
8 Out 21:30 Boavista Belenenses
 

An Open Letter to Pres. George W. Bush of the USA

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President of the United States – George W. Bush

We must lead the world to produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, and we must do it in a way that does not undermine economic growth or prevent nations from delivering greater prosperity for their people," said President Bush. White House photo by Chris Greenberg


I am a Born Again Christian just like you, Mr. President. As such, it is with extreme humility and great trepidation that I make this public appeal to you and to the government of the United States of America.

In the name of Almighty God, I beg you to stop playing god and putting the lives and fates of entire nations and peoples of the world at the palm of your hands. Stop being Big Brother and Policeman of the world.

No person nor nation, however good and benign their intentions maybe, have the right to determine the destiny of other sovereign nations and their people. All people of any nation in the world have that inalienable right to self determination without interference from outside forces.

We appreciate your efforts and that of the entire government of the USA to maintain peace and stability in the world, especially your efforts to stamp out terrorism in all its insidious forms.

But we also strongly condemn your acts of aggression and interference against sovereign nations for whatever reasons you may profess.

You have invaded and trampled the sovereign will of the peoples of Afghanistan and Iraq, and have left these nations in shambles.

Under the pretext of seeking for massive stockpiles of weapons of mass destructions, you have wantonly invaded Iraq. Your true intentions in doing so were not hidden from the eyes of the whole world.

Yes, you had your way and succeeded in destroying the government of Mr. Saddam Hussein. Mr. Hussein, together with his henchmen, were already tried, sentenced and executed, but you still remain in Iraq against the overwhelming desires of its citizens to be left alone to decide their own fate.

Failing to find the so called weapons of mass destructions, you cite the instances of terrorist bombings of both Americans and Iraqis alike to justify your continued stay in Iraq.

Did it ever occur to you, Mr. President, that you and the continued presence of American forces in Iraq are precisely the very reasons for these continuous bombings and suicide attacks? Have you not yet learned your lessons in Vietnam?

It is the height of sheer hypocrisy to look at every nation of the world for the development of nuclear and so called weapons of mass destruction. Where are the biggest stockpile of nuclear and other weapons of mass annihilation in the world but in the very backyard of the great United States of America. It is wrong for other nations, especially developing ones, to develop and stock weapons of mass annihilation, but it is alright for the US and its powerful allies. Talk about the height of hypocrisy and sheer bullying.

Leave Iraq right now and let the people of that sovereign nation decide their own fate. You are far too devious to even consider playing the role of god with the suffering people of Iraq, as well as other nations for that matter.

May the good Lord open your eyes and your heart that you may see the tremendous damages you have done to the world and to America as well.

Yours in Christ,
Mel Avila Alarilla
Philippines

Cruel War – Peter Paul and Mary (1960s) USA

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Happy birthday: Beautiful Monica Bellucci

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Happy birthday: Beautiful Monica Bellucci

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