August 5, 2021

Iran, Illegitimate Maduro Regime in Venezuela Threaten Latin American Security

first_imgBy Gustavo Arias Retana/Diálogo December 11, 2020 The illegitimate Nicolás Maduro regime in Venezuela is deepening its relations with Iran, opening the doors to the Islamic Republic’s military activities in the region and putting the security of neighboring countries at risk.The relationship between Iran and Venezuela is a fact, says the report The Maduro-Hezbollah Nexus: How Iran-backed Networks Prop up the Venezuelan Regime, published by the Atlantic Council think tank in October 2020.“Iran and Hezbollah’s support to the Maduro regime in Venezuela follows the strategy of its support to Bashar al-Assad in Syria to protect the logistical foothold of Iran’s land bridge through the Levant. In Venezuela, the logistical air bridge between Caracas, Damascus, and Tehran is what Maduro protects,” the report says.During 2020, Iran’s presence in Venezuela increased greatly. First because the Middle Eastern country sent fuel to Venezuela, so that Maduro could face the gasoline supply crisis triggered by mismanagement at state-run Petróleos de Venezuela; and secondly because Chavismo showed its intent to buy missiles from the Iranian regime.Concerning the fuel shipment, Iran agreed to allow Venezuela to pay with gold bars. This transaction was confirmed by Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, former chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC), in a September 28 interview with Radio Farda, the Iranian branch of the U.S. government funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty broadcast service. IRCG Maj. Gen. Safavi stated: “We gave gasoline to Venezuela and received gold bars, and carried the bars to Iran by plane, to avoid any mishap along the way.” Behind this gold are Chavismo’s various criminal activities, according to Venezuela’s legitimate Interim President Juan Guaidó.“They are paying for that gasoline with blood gold, without hiring and without the national Parliament’s approval. They have destroyed the Amazon, there is ecocide, there is [human] trafficking. We are constantly monitoring these vessels; we are very concerned about the security of Venezuelans and Latin America due to this attempt by the Iranian presence on Venezuelan soil,” Guaidó said via Zoom from Caracas, as reported on May 21 by the Venezuelan Embassy in the United States’ website.Regarding the Iranian missile purchase, according to an August 22 report from Colombian network Noticias Caracol, Maduro himself told the press: “What a good idea, to talk with Iran and see what short, medium, and long-range missiles they have, and if it is within our means, given the great relations we have with Iran, to buy missile equipment to strengthen Venezuela’s air, anti-aircraft, land, [and] missile defense.”José Ricardo Thomas, a professor at the Central University of Venezuela, told Diálogo on November 8 that Maduro seeks to put the entire region at risk by trying to implement a strategy similar to Cuba’s during the Cold War.“What they are looking for with the missile purchase is to […] provoke the United States; to set up mid-range missiles that go straight to the United States,” Thomas said.“Venezuela’s strategic location in South America and at the crossroads of the Caribbean provides Iran and Hezbollah with an ability to diminish their geographic disadvantage against the United States. To hide this relationship, Chávez, and then the Maduro regime, provided dual identities to some Middle Easterners, building a clandestine network that provides intelligence, training, funds, weapons, supplies, and know-how to both the Maduro and Assad regimes,” the Atlantic Council says.For his part, U.S. Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams told Fox News on October 26 that the United States will not tolerate nor allow Iran to send long-range missiles to Venezuela. “We will make every effort to stop shipments of long-range missiles, and if somehow they get to Venezuela they will be eliminated there,” he said.last_img read more

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No Matter How Much They Spin It, Developers Shouldn’t Shove Bad Plans Down a Community’s Throat

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York When it comes to development in our region, is public perception the key to success?That’s the proposition that Jaci Clement, CEO and executive director of the Fair Media Council, a nonprofit watchdog group, put forth in a recent op-ed she wrote for Long Island Business News entitled “Developers Need to Become Media Savvy.”Alas, Clement is way off the mark about the communication needs of Long Island’s development community. Instead of focusing on the best ways to apply PR spin to projects that are the developmental equivalent of shoving five pounds of bologna into a two-pound tin, these builders should be more transparent about their projects, and be more open to addressing valid community concerns when zoning variances are requested.Development efforts on Long Island are not “battles to be won” through strategic communication and slick PR spin as Clement suggests. Rather, proposals for growth should be grounded in thoughtful analysis, the measured needs of area residents, and be seen as part of a larger comprehensive vision that anticipates present and future trends here.All too often, LI’s eager developers see zoning as more of an annoying suggestion instead of the rule. With that mindset, they tend to bring residents on board too late in the process—an approach that runs counter to sound urban planning practice, which encourages public participation. As a result of this limited input concerning the future of their neighborhood, residents become distrustful of builders. In turn, regardless of their best intentions and promises of capital investment, builders face a hostile community.This is a problem that PR alone can’t overcome.On the other hand, project transparency and community participation can help get the shovels in the ground.But let’s give Clement some credit. The development process would benefit from more communication, but not in the manner she suggests. Municipalities are the entities that must better communicate to their residents. When it comes to hashing out a comprehensive approach to land use, local governments in the region must readily and honestly communicate the justification of preserving existing zoning in an approachable manner and be open to the concerns of their constituents, as well as be transparent about the developer’s rationale when a change-of-zone is being sought.Further, as we’ve seen all too often, Long Islanders don’t always help their cause. Developers who do try to reach out to residents are often stonewalled by civic groups who prefer no change whatsoever. This collective NIMBYism can go far beyond reasonable concerns about traffic and quality of life. For example, in Bay Shore when residents protested a proposal to build a new gas station on the site of a shuttered one, they diminished their credibility. By focusing on as-of-right proposals or those requiring slight variances, these protests take away from the collective effectiveness of civic groups when large projects like Gerry Wolkoff’s Heartland loom over the horizon. Clement’s PR strategy wouldn’t help mitigate the reality that in these cases, it often is in the interest of the developer not to be forthcoming—an unfortunate scenario.But let’s be honest. Long Islanders are too smart to fall for marketing efforts funded by development dollars. Instead of suggesting developers do more PR spin, good advice to the development community would be to engage residents early and often, and truly listen to their concerns long before the project is on the drawing board. This approach runs counter to the colorful claim by the Island’s big developer Ed Blumenfeld that residents hold development efforts “hostage,” as he described it in a recent op-ed in the Long Island Business News.On the contrary, residents don’t hold projects hostage when they helped create them. All one has to do is compare the fate of the Taubman’s Mall project slated for the former Cerro Wire property in Syosset and the newly proposed Syosset Park at the same site to see how both scenarios played out, with and without local resident input. Another example is the relative success of Renaissance Downtown’s consensus-building in their revitalization proposal for Huntington Station.LI’s future will not be determined by an advertising campaign. The consequences of poor development choices are costly to correct. When left unaccounted for, the impacts of unmanaged growth can be irreversible, as showcased by the harmful algal blooms that infect our Island’s surface waters and the slow-yet-steady deterioration of our aquifer thanks to infrastructure that failed to keep pace with growth.Learning how to spin better shouldn’t be the priority for Long Island’s development community. Their priority should be fostering public participation and coming up with quality plans that are more responsive to our community’s needs.Rich Murdocco writes about Long Island’s land use and real estate development issues. He received his Master’s in Public Policy at Stony Brook University, where he studied regional planning under Dr. Lee Koppelman, Long Island’s veteran master planner. Murdocco is a regular contributor to the Long Island Press. More of his views can be found on or follow him on Twitter @TheFoggiestIdea.last_img read more

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NAFCU, others urge senators on regulatory relief measures

first_imgNAFCU, with three other financial trade groups, yesterday urged leaders of the Senate Banking Committee to enact “comprehensive bipartisan financial regulatory relief” so financial institutions can continue serving their millions of members and consumers within their communities.“We have continually heard senators on both sides of the aisle express support for helping our nation’s community financial institutions,” the letter, addressed to Senate Banking Committee Chairman Richard Shelby, R-Ala., and Ranking Member Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, stated. “While no single piece of legislation is perfect, measures, such as S. 1484, the ‘Financial Regulatory Improvement Act of 2015,’ are a step in the right direction.”The NAFCU-backed S. 1484, authored by Shelby, includes a requirement for public NCUA budget hearings, statutory relief from annual privacy notice requirements and granting of safe harbor qualified-mortgage status for certain loans held in portfolio. The bill was approved by the committee in May.“With limited time remaining in this congressional session, it is imperative that lawmakers work together and pass a legislative product that is bipartisan and provides meaningful relief for community institutions and consumers throughout this country,” states the letter, which is signed by NAFCU, CUNA, the Independent Community Bankers of America and the American Bankers Association. continue reading » 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Do you make these mistakes in your contracts?

first_imgMistakes happen. Just ask the ref who didn’t call a double dribble on Virginia moments before it made the game winning free throws in the final four on Saturday night. Never mind the fact that any 13 year-old kid officiating the local game at the YMCA would have spotted the foul.Fortunately, we can all learn from other’s mistakes. A recent letter to banks subject to the FDIC’s jurisdiction is worth reading and paying attention to for credit unions even though it doesn’t apply to them.According to the FDIC, its examiners are spotting a trend in which banks contracting with technology service providers may not be adequately defining the rights and responsibilities of third-party technology providers regarding business continuity incident response responsibilities. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Ex-Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf misled investors in accounts scam: SEC

first_imgJohn Stumpf, chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co., waits to begin a House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016.Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Wells Fargo was later found to have inflated that metric by putting millions of customers into products without their consent, a scandal that cost Stumpf his job in 2016 and even that of his successor Tim Sloan. Current CEO Charlie Scharf took over a year ago and has been tasked with overhauling the fourth biggest U.S. bank and satisfying regulators’ demands for better controls.“If executives speak about a key performance metric to promote their business, they must do so fully and accurately,” said Stephanie Avakian, director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement.The SEC’s complaint, filed in California, charges Tolstedt with fraud and seeks penalties and to ban her from being an officer or director of a public company.- Advertisement – Ex-Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf and former deputy Carrie Tolstedt were charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission with misleading investors about the bank’s success in selling multiple products to customers.Stumpf agreed to pay a $2.5 million civil penalty to resolve the matter, allowing him to avoid admitting or denying the charges, the SEC said Friday.The two executives had certified in 2015 and 2016 investor disclosures that touted the firm’s supposedly robust “cross-sell” metric, despite knowing it was misleading, the SEC said in a statement. The metric is an industry term for how many products a single customer has.- Advertisement – According to the SEC’s complaint, Tolstedt publicly endorsed the firm’s vaunted cross-sell metric from 2014 through 2016, despite the fact that it was “inflated by accounts and services that were unused, unneeded, or unauthorized.”In an e-mailed statement, Tolstedt’s lawyer Enu Mainigi called his client “an honest and conscientious executive.”“It is unfair and unfounded for the SEC to point the finger at Ms. Tolstedt when her statements were not only true but also thoroughly vetted by others as part of Wells Fargo’s policies, procedures and systems of controls,” Mainigi said. “Ms. Tolstedt acted appropriately, transparently and in good faith at all times.  We look forward to setting the record straight and clearing her name.”Earlier this year, Wells Fargo paid $3 billion to settle several U.S. probes into its operations, including a $500 million deal with the SEC. The regulator said it will distribute money collected from Stumpf and the bank to investors.center_img – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Annabell has the Fuller family’s winning habit

first_img England Golf squad player Annabell Fuller is keeping the family flag flying with a string of wins in the USA.The 13-year-old from Roehampton in Surrey is following in the footsteps of her older sister, Sammy – an England international – who has been winning in the USA since she was nine.Annabell, a member of England Golf’s U16 regional South squad, has just scored her latest success with a 10-shot win in the 12-13 year-old girls’ championship in the Junior Honda Classic.She had a 36-hole score of two-under par on the Fazio course at the PGA National in Florida and, says dad, Ashley: “She played some great golf.”  Annabell was one over par in the first round and then stormed her way to the turn in four-under in the second round. She had a couple of bogeys on the way in but birdied the 15th.Earlier she won her age group title in the US Kids Holiday Classic by two shots, on the same course. Before that, she tied for the win in the Doral-Publix Junior Classic, but lost a title play-off with Mexico’s Cory Lopez. The two girls were eight shots clear of the third-placed player.In addition, Annabell was third in the 13-14 age group at the Florida Junior International Championship, where her sister, Sammy, won the 15-17 title. It was the 16-year-old’s record seventh win in this championship. Click here for the full story.Now both girls will tee up in this week’s Harder Hall women’s invitational at Sebring, on Florida’s Orange Blossom Tour. Among the other English players in the field is international Inci Mehmet. Charley Hull won this event in 2012. 5 Jan 2016 Annabell has the Fuller family’s winning habit last_img read more

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Maguire, Chalobah called up for England World Cup qualifiers

first_imgSouthgate had asked Rooney to join the squad, but the Everton striker, who is England’s all-time leading scorer, on Wednesday announced he has decided to call time on his international career at the age of 31.Southgate is relishing the chance to see more of Maguire as injury prevented him being called up for England’s World Cup qualifying draw against Scotland and friendly defeat by France at the end of last season.Maguire is in his first season with Leicester after leaving Hull and Southgate said: “I thought his performances for Hull were very good. He’s a defender that’s very comfortable with the ball and that’s the profile of international football.“I think he’s already adjusted really well at Leicester to a new club. He plays with great composure and can defend the ball in the box.“So I think it’s a really good opportunity for us to have a look at him.”Chalobah was allowed to leave Chelsea in the close-season after struggling to break into Antonio Conte’s side, but Southgate has been impressed by his performances for Watford and England’s Under-21s.“Nathaniel has started the season extremely well with Watford. He’s tactically an intelligent player and we know what he can bring,” he said.Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck returns to the squad having not appeared since a win over Germany in March 2016, but Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana misses out due to injury.Southgate is optimistic about the future after England won the Under-20 World Cup and Under-19 European titles, while other age group teams reached the European Under-21 and Under-17 Championship semi-finals.“You can see by the squad we’ve named, some younger players coming in, who we’ve been looking at for a while and we want to see that. We have to have an eye on developing the future,” he added.“I did see the value of having some senior players around that. The likes of Jermain Defoe for example, who can help nurture some younger players as well as play a part – but equally we have to look forward.”Squad:Goalkeepers: Joe Hart (West Ham), Jack Butland (Stoke), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Tom Heaton (Burnley)Defenders: Ryan Bertrand (Southampton), Aaron Cresswell (West Ham), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Phil Jones (Man Utd), Harry Maguire (Leicester), John Stones (Man City), Michael Keane (Everton), Chris Smalling (Man Utd), Kyle Walker (Man City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham)Midfielders: Eric Dier (Tottenham), Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford), Jake Livermore (West Brom), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Raheem Sterling (Man City), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal), Dele Alli (Tottenham), Jesse Lingard (Man Utd)Forwards: Marcus Rashford (Man Utd), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool), Jermaine Defoe (Bournemouth)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Nathaniel Chalobah (right) in action during England’s Under21 match against Italy in 2015 © AFP / Joe KlamarLondon, United Kingdom, Aug 24 – England manager Gareth Southgate has handed first call-ups to uncapped duo Harry Maguire and Nathaniel Chalobah for next month’s World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovakia.In the first England squad since Wayne Rooney’s international retirement, Southgate named Leicester defender Maguire and Watford midfielder Chalobah in a 28-man group to face Malta and Slovakia in World Cup qualifiers on September 1 and 4 respectively.last_img read more

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Why Blood Clots Are Stretchy

first_imgA team of biophysicists at University of Illinois ran a computation for six months to find out why blood clots are stretchy.  The primary protein in the clot, fibrinogen, can stretch two to three times its resting size.  By studying the force on every atom in the protein, Science Daily said, they produced a force curve that matches the force measured on actual fibrinogen.    Understanding clotting is important, because “Blood clots can save lives, staunching blood loss after injury, but they can also kill,” the article began.  “Let loose in the bloodstream, a clot can cause a heart attack, stroke or pulmonary embolism.”  It is important for clots to be elastic because “they have a mechanical function to withstand blood pressure.”Tots learn from their mommies that their scratches will heal, so they don’t need to worry about being scarred for life.  We grew up accepting that as a given.  Imagine, though, having every scratch or cut from our youth a permanent disfigurement or point of blood leakage.  We would be covered head to toe in bandages as adults.  The life of hemophiliacs illustrates the point: when the blood clotting process breaks down, even a small cut is life-threatening.    Imagine, furthermore, that clots were as hard as bone.  You would have to sit quietly for weeks till the wound was entirely healed, or else risk having changes in blood pressure rip it away from the surrounding tissue.  Instead, fibrinogen is constructed with coiled coils of amino acids to give it both strength and flexibility.  The network of fibers and proteins that form at a wound site involves multiple rounds of signaling, aggregating ingredients in the right order, and applying patches that won’t break off and cause a heart attack or stroke.    Michael Behe argued in his classic book Darwin’s Black Box that the blood clotting cascade is irreducibly complex.  His argument didn’t take much convincing.  All he had to do was show a flowchart of the 25 or so components that interoperate with feedback and feed-forward procedures to ensure that the flow of blood is stopped quickly and safely.  If any one of these ingredients is missing, the system breaks.  Any question why this article here did not mention evolution?(Visited 45 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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VW SA wins global call centre award

first_img14 July 2008Volkswagen South Africa’s customer interaction centre (CIC) claimed first place at the 2008 World Contact Centre Awards, held recently in London, in the category “Best Outbound Campaign” in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.In a statement last week, Volkswagen SA said it had fended off competition from the Mellon Group (from Greece), Barclays Bank (Portugal), Softline Pastel (also from South Africa) and the National Bank of Greece (from Greece).The centre qualified for the world award after wining national honours at last year’s Business Process Enablement South Africa’s (BPeSA) annual contact centre awards.BPeSA is a national coordinating body representing the interests of the business process outsourcing and offshoring sector in South Africa, with focus on growing the local industry.“The Volkswagen SA CIC has managed to scoop people awards on a regional level in previous years, as well as this year, but has never had the honour of winning on an international level,” enthused Volkswagen SA CIC manager Marius Swanepoel.“We were confident that our entry met all the criteria required for the local and national awards held by the BPeSA and therefore had the potential to compete internationally. In addition, the entry provided us with the opportunity to benchmark our business process on an international level.”While a call centre is predominantly an inbound environment with customers calling in with queries, an outbound campaign involves a call centre contacting customers, in this case, with Volkswagen’s “Welcome Calls”.According to the company, the aim of the call was to welcome the customer to the brand, congratulate them on their purchase, to record their data like telephone numbers, addresses and e-mail addresses, and to gain additional info on their interests and hobbies which could be used in future campaigns.“These calls play a major part in data purification and also contribute to customer retention,” the statement said.Post-sale quality differentiatorVolkswagen SA said it was essential that their entry displayed competence in various dimensions starting with its strategic and operational objectives, the design and integration of the process, the required investment and the deployment of the campaign.Swanepoel pointed said that in the automotive industry, the only differentiator post-sale was the quality of the company’s service.“Your products can be leading-edge, well priced, and have all the additional value-added elements attached to it, but if the customer relationship and after-sales service do not exceed the customer’s expectations, you will not retain that customer for life,” he said.“Our call centre agents are a vital link in this value chain, a large part of the customer’s perception regarding the quality of our service is determined by these very agents.”Significant recognitionSwanepoel said that the award confirmed that the Volkswagen SA contact centre had a platform for future growth with regard to campaign designs, which would be designed to meet both internal and external requirements, while also proving the value of in-house contact centre operations.He explained that businesses were regularly confronted with whether or not to outsource their contact centre operations.“The value proposition of outsourced call centres is always based on at least two pillars – customer focus and cost competitiveness,” Swanepoel said. “This cost competitive in-house proposition is based on building the brand and long lasting customer relations delivered by a passionate team – a winning recipe according to me.”Over 300 companies from Europe, the Middle East and Africa participated in the awards. The winners qualify for the World Finals, to be held in the United States in November this year, where they will compete with companies from other regions including North America and Asia.“This award is significant recognition, not only for Volkswagen SA, but for our employees for work well done – vital to the sustained success of any business.”SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Cinematography Tip: Use Fog To Add Depth to Your Shot

first_imgA little haze goes a long way. Fire up the fog machine to add dimension and depth to your shots!Top image from PNTAThere’s a good reason why we tend to love images with lots of depth, and it has a lot to do with the way we see the world. We see and experience the world in 3D space, and when we watch films and enjoy great cinematography we want the aesthetic of the 2D medium to feel as three dimensional as humanly possible. This is also why great cinematographers often talk about how their favorite lenses have a 3D feel to them. They’re not referring to literal 3D filmmaking (which is a whole other discussion), but rather the optics of the lens.The DSLR revolution has allowed filmmakers of all kinds to use depth of field to easily create depth in almost any shot quite easily. However, DOF is definitely not the only way to create depth in your image and it certainly isn’t an option you can always rely on. For example, if you’re  working in a cramped space and aren’t able to shoot on a long lens, it simply may not be possible to achieve the depth you need based on your optics alone.Arguably one of the best ways you can achieve depth (outside of your camera/lens choice) is to use a hazer or fog machine. The slightest bit of haze in a room can add a tremendous amount of depth to your scene as it will create a large variance in the aesthetic between the foreground and background.Image from ShutterstockOn the same note, you definitely don’t want to go overboard with the fog because it can become cheesy very quickly. In fact for this technique to work well, you shouldn’t really see it at all – you just want to ‘feel’ it in the image. So the next time you’re stuck using a small sensor camera, or you’re shooting in a tight space and just can’t get the depth you need, try adding a bit of haze. You’ll be surprised to see just how effective it can be.I’ll leave you with a couple of videos from the gang over at Film Riot that cover the ins and outs of filming with fog. The first video just covers the basics and the “whys” of working with fog. The second video discusses the possibilities of using fog in a more “genre film” setting. Enjoy!Cinematography with Fog!Get a Sci-Fi Look with Dry Ice & Fog!And be sure to check out these PremiumBeat links to learn a little bit more about filmmaking and cinematography!Awesome Cinematography: Achieving a Jib Shot with a SliderThe Art of Perspective and Symmetry in CinematographySimple Framing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your CinematographyGot any other cinematography tips to share? Let’s hear them in the comments below!last_img read more

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