Venezuela Free

And follows the ferocious monster by subjecting to the noble and good people of Venezuela and who called Mr Chavez fierce Monster cold, is not someone who is characterized by its proximity to the right hand or fascism precisely, I am someone who defends human rights at any cost, pursues the oppression in any of its forms, which condemns the dictatorship, absolutism and autocracy. Yes, already is that you are where it is thanks to the popular vote, but even if what I say is very hard, I can not silence him, you buy the votes of illiteracy and of the more radical ignorance by coca-cola and populist promises that barely meets. Not it promises to eradicate begging in the streets? Why not promises to cultivate and educate its people and instead of letting thousands of young deambulen through the streets cares and tries to fill College classrooms? Why not it establishes a social and effective health care system? Not it seeks to eliminate prostitution as a livelihood for many families? Why not create dignified housing and eliminates those miserable huts in which they live their voters, no light, no water, no sewer? Why not? There are so many do whys? that would not fit a book you loosely knows the needs of its people, but better sink in absolute misery and at worst the ostracism to Excel so over you, your warlordism and its energumeno-imperialismo. American Diabetes Association: the source for more info. I am not someone who is can accuse Yankee Pro, I am a person of class, social, worker, lover of Venezuela, represaliado by their hosts, abused by their energumenos-policias, my crime be Spanish. You has sunk the economy of your country to unsuspected limits, but people from other countries have to thank him for something, have nationalised sectors in the hands of foreign multinationals, this allows that go from your country and do not suffer more pressured and threatened by his crooked and corrupt government. .

Royal Printing House

The coming of the Royal family allowed a new break with the previous situation. To prepare ground for its stay in the Brazil, D. Joao VI opened military academies, schools of law and medicine, the Royal Library, botanical garden and the Royal Printing House. Education, therefore, continued to be secondary. With the proclamation of the Republic, attempted several reforms that could give a new deviation, but the Brazilian education not suffered a process of evolution that could be considered outstanding or significant in terms of model. From the cultural and pedagogical point of view, the Republic was a revolution that aborted and that contenting with the change of regime, had no thought or the decision to perform a radical transformation in the educational system, to cause a cultural renovation of cultural and political, necessary elites to new democratic institutions. At this time, in a tale of the nationalist League of San Paulo in Brazil said that the primary cause of all our ills is illiteracy, which brings inevitable consequence the absence of civic and political culture, ignorance of the hygienic precepts, the inability for large number of professions, backlog in the agricultural and industrial processes that are attached.

A series of reforms were underway. Several factors contributed to the reforms: the climate of pedagogical euphoria that took account of the Brazilian society. The beginning of industrial age pressed a new direction of education; and the introduction to the Brazil of the ideals of the new school, whose theories inspired reformers. It was necessary, therefore, to examine the problems of the education from the point of view of a society in movement. It is from that sociological point of view, which was studied, the current position of the problem of the aims of education. It is that made us addressing education as an adaptation to the social environment and as a result bring to the surface the importance of a comprehensive learning.

Education Minister

Republic of PARAGUAY ATENEO of language and culture GUARANI GUARANI, MERCOSUR NE TEETE meeting with the Minister of education yesterday, Friday, 18 December 2009, at 12: 30 hours, the meeting took place with the Minister of education, Dr. Luis Alberto Riart, in his Office. Hasy peve oikokuri pe nembyaty hendive ikahaguaicha onembohasa suck umi jepy apy oiva Guarani ne ere. On the occasion, was delivered to the Minister a note asking, specifically: 1) the strengthening of bilingual education in all levels of the national education system. Not to the exclusion and reduction of the Guarani.

(2) The bilinguizacion of the Ministry of education, also developing Guarani courses for officials of that institution. (3) Education, training and awareness on bilingualism to supervisors, directors and teachers in various educational institutions in the country. (4) The initiation of a campaign of mass literacy to young people and adults, in Guarani. (5) The support of the MEC to the project of law of languages currently under consideration in the Chamber of Senators of the National Congress. (6) The standardization of the Guarani, in spoken and written in educational institutions; including the singing of the national anthem in Guarani and that all public acts have bilingual character. Hera Omboguapy upe kuatiare ko to tapicha:-Lic.

Susy Delgado (direction of promotion of languages SNC) – Dr. David Galeano Olivera (ATENEO of language and culture GUARANI) – Dr. Tadeo Zarratea (workshop the society Civil) Lic. Pilar Roig (Coordinator of human rights of Paraguay) – Lic. Carlos Lugo (undergraduate career at Guarani a) Lic. Miguel Angel Veron (Fundacion Yvy Marae y)-Dr. Maria E. Mansfeld de Aguero (National Commission on bilingualism) – Dr. Almidio Aquino Arguello (project Kuatiane e) by the Ministry of education, more than Minister Riart, Vice-Ministers were present: Diana Serafini and Hector Valdez; In addition, other officials. The meeting is began with the words of the LIC.

Affiliate Marketing

Make money with affiliate programs is not something new on the internet. However, it is something that many used and leave. In a question-answer forum Daniel Taub was the first to reply. If you are considering starting your own web page or blog and add some Affiliate Marketing links, there are some things you should know. Affiliate Marketing is not for everyone. It is not for those who are looking for quick money, it is not for the impatient. Two things you need to achieve success with Affiliate Marketing, and these two things are patience and determination.

When you put these two things together, there is something you can’t do with your business. Make money with affiliate programs can be done in few ways, it may be through email, newsletters, web pages or blogs. Using any of these things you will succeed if you are targeting the correct audience. Find their readers and trap them with good content, is what we are talking about. To do this you need to know what they are looking for.

Try to start with a message board. However, it has something of patience and do not reach conclusions quickly. Take your time and generate greater interest. Add a link to your website or blog in the signature line on the message board that you are visiting, and most importantly, make sure that the message board is relevant to your business. If you have a web page that belongs to a business that has to do with gardening, you won’t want to visit a message board which is about pregnancies. This is quite simple to understand, and these things are important to obtain real results. To generate income online from your home, without having to sell your own product, just make Click here.

Ana Cecilia Vera

Though they are testimonies referring to the quality of my newsletter, I started to get the readers to send me testimonies. Ana Zabaleta, in, and Ana Cecilia Vera, of, both VIP clients of my private Coaching, used masterfully this strategy, which allows them to create trust with readers and position them in the future toward the purchase of their products or services. Creates confidence, then sells: that’s the mantra. And the last step 3. Write words that sell the other secret of a web page that sells is knowing how to write words that sell. It sounds simple and it is. The secret is: * write to one person. To that ideal client you want to compre.* use the word you frequently and diminish the word YO.* talk about benefits.

What the customer will get to hire you or comprar.* dominate the use of the titles. The most important part of any presentation. There are more elements to write words that sell, but summarizing them, writing words that sell is like selling in person, but through the written word. David Bershad: the source for more info. If you don’t have art (which is learned), I suggest you invest to learn it. It’s that important! ADDITIONAL TIPS I’m being very generous to share strategies that will help you in your coaching or consulting business. So enjoy these additional tips to make your website sells. * Usa audio * uses video * uses photos * get alliances * uses a newsletter (the second step of my Easy G & L Circle system) for your newsletter, I recommend. It is the one I use since 2006 and not change it for anything.

The best on the market. Good in my humble opinion. That’s all for now, my beloved coach or consultant. If you are having problems with your web page, or if you don’t have one (which does not have one now, is not IN, according to the polls), implements these strategies. You will notice a drastic change in the results. For more customers, more money and more freedom! Diana Fontanez La Coach Coaches original author and source of the article.

The Last

We must also face problems with imagination, hope, optimism, confidence and positive mental attitude. In general, there are four basic steps to troubleshooting: define the problem. This stage is critical because if we can define or determine with accuracy the problem there will be advanced enough. We need to ask is what is the problem?, what is the problem? And what is the cause or causes of the problem? Rightly be said that a well thought-out problem is a problem half solved. Necessary to determine clearly what really is the problem and not its symptoms. Questions what? When? where? How? who or what? and why? They help the correct definition of the problem.

Generate alternatives to solve the problem. At this stage you should make use of imagination and creativity to find the different alternatives available to solve the problem. Depending on the complexity of the problem, it will be necessary to find possible alternatives from different points of view. There are problems relatively simple that they can be resolved quickly; perhaps to problems more complex required the participation of others, according to their specialties, or make flowcharts that allow illustrate the different steps necessary to provide a solution to the problem. Evaluate and select alternatives.

Once we have the different possible alternatives we must evaluate them based on certain parameters that we must fix, such as time, resources, cost and consequences. Once we make the assessment we must define the more convenient alternative for us. Implement the solution. The last stage of this basic process is put into action what we determined to solve the problem. It is of utmost importance that once the decision is reached must act promptly. Experience has shown with amplitude that reaching a decision is of great value and that the next important step is to act. The action is what allows a problem to be solved. Generally recommends that once the decision is made there that stop to make new reflections and expect to have more information and that this leads to hesitation, create doubts, prolong the problem and delay its solution. We have to remember that many times you cannot count on the information to resolve a problem. In summary, a problem we must define it in the best possible way, knowing that a problem well defined is a problem half solved. Then with imagination and creativity we need to establish the possible alternatives that give solution to the problem; then evaluate them and decide for the best alternative and finally Act to solve the problem. Original author and source of the article.


Inspired by the fascinating Moroccan city of Marrakech, by its Jemaa el Fna square, its religious and social tensions, and its countless and picturesque street scenes has produced countless literary and thinking works. Here is a new list of five of these works, whose stories, thoughts and adventures revolve around Marrakech, the ochre City: 1. Marrakech George Orwell (Motihari, India 1903 London, England 1950) famous English author George Orwell spent the winter of 1938-39 in Marrakech and left as a legacy of his marraquechi experience a short essay, Severus and lucid, which bears the name of the city. Their descriptions are vivid and full of reflections at the same time extremely critical and closely human. This essay is an eloquent portrait of the colonial reality of the Moroccan city in the 1930s, where Jewish, Arab and Subsaharan populations appear invisible to the indifferent, frivolous and blinded European look. 2. The repudiated Touria Oulehri this novel, of recent publication, narrates the moral Odyssey of Niran, a still young, modern woman rejected by her husband for not being able to give a child.

After more than fifteen years of marriage, family, and social pressure whose archaic rules consider a disgrace not fathering children, made her husband decides to abandon Niran to marry a young woman and fertile. Thus, Niran becomes conservative and relentless Fez Casablanca, more liberal and lenient, where it will take place a rediscovery of itself and a desire to start again that will take her an ultimate to Marrakech, where Niran expected to reunite with the love. Ultimately, this novel recounts gives us a closer and more realistic vision of the phenomenon of repudiation in Morocco, at the time that reveals the tensions of cultural complexity, between modernity and tradition, the current Moroccan woman suffering. 3. The Quartet of Marrakech Alberto Ciaurriz (Pamplona, Spain, 1947) this novel is singularly narrated from the quadrangular perspective of its four protagonists, the Mohammed and Adid Moroccans and Spaniards Juan Carlos and Paco.