He told the Jeremy Vine Show that Syrian Muslims could flee to neighbouring countries.
\”It\’s bad enough for Sunni and Shia. At least there are neighbouring countries that will take them,\” he said.
\”Where on Earth are the Christians going to go? Christians are now a seriously persecuted minority.\”
A spokesperson added: \”Christians are being increasingly persecuted across the Middle East and Syria as extreme Islamist elements seek to purge the region of Christianity.
via Christians only: Nigel Farage drops Syrian refugee call.
There’s a veritable beer renaissance going on in Greater Cincinnati right now. New breweries are popping up on both sides of the Ohio River. Existing craft brewers are rolling out new label after new label. And so, it turns out, that Men’s Health magazine has ranked us as the drunkest city in Ohio.
So sue us.
The Queen City landed at No. 68 on Men’s Health’s ranking, with No. 100 on the list being considered the drunkest. The annual ranking is based on data like DWI arrests, binge-drinking rates and incidents of liver disease.
Cincinnati tipped a few more back than Cleveland, coming in at No. 67 among drunkards. Columbus was No. 64.
American’s drunkest city? That’s Bakersfield, Calif., followed by San Antonio and Stockton, Calif.
Cincinnati is Ohio’s drunkest city … and can you blame us? – Cincinnati Business Courier.
SPIEGEL: Were you treated decently while in custody?
Tolokonnikova: No. It was terrible. They tried everything to break me and silence me. The collective punishments were the worst, almost unbearable. Because of a small gesture, or when I asked the camp management to observe the law, 100 people were assigned to a punishment unit, where beatings were customary. I was treated better than others, simply because there was so much public attention. In my case, they did adhere to the eight-hour workday required by law. The other women were often forced to slave away for up to 16 hours a day.
SPIEGEL: How could the Russian penal system be reformed?
Tolokonnikova: I\’m not claiming that everything I say here is the ultimate truth. But this is what would be needed: more exercise, a broader selection of work activities to reflect the talents and propensities of prisoners, and decent pay, so that prisoners can occasionally buy something without outside support. I was paid all of 25 rubles a month for sewing uniforms day in and day out. In euros, that\’s the equivalent of 60 cents ($0.82). I would have been in bad shape if I hadn\’t received food packages. It would also be very important to prevent prisoners from harassing their fellow prisoners. And I also think educational activities are important. For example, why shouldn\’t prisons feature the occasional guest performance by a theater group?
via SPIEGEL Interview With Pussy Riot Member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova – SPIEGEL ONLINE.
In addition to their produce, The Lettuce People sell hydroponic systems and kits, growing
supplies, and equipment. They are also looking to educate the public about hydroponics and
urban agriculture by developing programs for school children and prospective hydroponic
farmers and through extensive social media outreach.
“I believe in the importance of sharing what I have learned so that it can become exponentially
better. This is why I’ve recorded and shared my experiments on YouTube and Blogger from the
beginning,” Phibbs says. “I teach classes on how to begin your own hydroponics garden or
business, so I’m an educator and consultant.”
via The Lettuce People Grows Greens in Youngstown, Ohio.