Wednesday, July 18, 2018

{UAH} Minister Evelyn Anite indirectly sacked - Tamale mirundi confirms

Ignore Tamale's lwari  at your own risk 


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?Last year I did an exploration of having a child on my own. I...



"Last year I did an exploration of having a child on my own. I went to the doctor, and after she looked at my uterus, she said: 'Not only is it possible, but your uterus looks younger than its years.' Then she put me in the stirrups and did a demo to show me exactly how the procedure would work. The ultrasound screen was right next to me. I kept looking at it and wishing I could see a baby on there. But I was already 48. I was single. My income wasn't secure at the time. And I didn't have family that could take care of the child if something happened to me. So I decided not to do it. I finally closed the door for good. I cried uncontrollably for weeks. It's a gaping hole in my life that will never go away. I'll just get better at dealing with it. I wish I'd done it on my own when I was younger. I wish I'd stopped complaining about the past, and hoping for the future, and just said: 'Fuck it. This is where I am now, and this is what I can do about it.'"

{UAH} MEETING VLADIMIR PUTIN: HOW TRUMP GOT IT WRONG


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My pocket change is causing all these problems-Bryan White

Inset is Bryan White at Serena Hotel speaking about his "arrest" and the confiscated AMG posh ride

"Yes, I have the money, but I will not just give it out just like that, how can someone make over 600 Million on a deal, this is unacceptable," Brian White noted while responding to the issue that led to one of his posh rides impounded to Jinja Road police station..Read More


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{UAH} EX-KKK GRAND WIZARD DAVID DUKE PRAISES TRUMP?S PUTIN SUMMIT AS ?HISTORIC ATTACK? ON MEDIA AND JEWS

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EX-KKK GRAND WIZARD DAVID DUKE PRAISES TRUMP'S PUTIN SUMMIT AS 'HISTORIC ATTACK' ON MEDIA AND JEWS

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The only conservative seemingly praising President Donald Trump's humiliating summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin is former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke, who touted the meeting as an attack on the Jews.

"Bravo Trump! Bravo Russia!" Duke tweeted Monday. "Bravo to all the true American Patriots who put America first and Peace and Justice first before the Zionist Deep Evil State ruling American Media and Politics. Russia has values America once had and America the values that Communist Russia had!"

He went on to compare Trump to Jesus as he dubbed the summit a "courageous attack" on what he believes is the Jewish-run government and media.

"What happened in Helsinki is Historic," he wrote. "I[n] my lifetime I have never seen such a courageous attack on the whole of the ZOG, the Zionist Occupied Government of the United States and the Zionist Occupied Media! Today Trump is a Hero! Trump is no Jesus but they hate him as much!!!!!!"

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{UAH} Summit critics have Trump derangement syndrome ? says Trump

Summit critics have Trump derangement syndrome – says Trump

US president hits out at comments about his relationship with Putin

Vladimir Putin gives a World Cup football to Donald Trump on Monday.
 Vladimir Putin gives a World Cup football to Donald Trump on Monday. Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP

Donald Trump has accused critics of "Trump derangement syndrome" as the fallout from his summit with Vladimir Putin showed no sign of abating.

The US president might be regretting his partial climbdown on his drawing a moral equivalence between the Kremlin and American intelligence and law enforcement agencies, which triggered accusations of treason.

"Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia," Trump tweeted on Wednesday. "They would rather go to war than see this. It's called Trump Derangement Syndrome!"

The phrase "Trump derangement syndrome" had just appeared in a column in the New York Times, which Trump is known to read closely. The Kentucky senator Rand Paul had also used it in defending Trump's summit with the Russian president.

Trump's tweet was one of several aimed at defending his handling of the meeting. In another, he wrote: "So many people at the higher ends of intelligence loved my press conference performance in Helsinki. Putin and I discussed many important subjects at our earlier meeting. We got along well which truly bothered many haters who wanted to see a boxing match. Big results will come!"

At the Helsinki press conference, with Putin at his side, Trump claimed: "My people came to me. They said they think it's Russia. I have President Putin; he just said it's not Russia. I will say this: I don't see any reason why it would be."

On Tuesday, back at the White House, he blamed his own bad grammar: "The sentence should have been: 'I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia' – sort of a double negative. So you can put that in, and I think that probably clarifies things pretty good."

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For Trump, such U-turns are rare but not unknown. Last year he sought to blame both sides for deadly attacks by white supremacists on activists in Charlottesville, Virginia; he later tried to back down, only to then revert to his original position.

More recently, he signed an executive order to end the policy of separating undocumented immigrant parents from their children at the Mexican border, but later comments expressed no contrition. It remains to be seen whether his apology to Theresa May for undermining her in a Sun interview will hold for long.

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The latest reversal came about after Trump, who left Finland in triumphant mood, reportedly became mortified and furious as he watched the backlash on television on Air Force One.

John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, told Trump it would damage him in the eyes of the special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating alleged collusion between his election campaign and Moscow, according to Vanity Fair. Citing three unnamed sources, its report said: "Kelly called around to Republicans on Capitol Hill and gave them the go-ahead to speak out against Trump."

A sprinkling of Republicans – though by no means all – who have defended Trump through thick and thin distanced themselves from the president, including the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, and the House speaker, Paul Ryan, who held televised press conferences to insist Russia had interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

Even Fox and Friends, the loyal morning show that Trump consumes religiously, piled on the pressure. The host Brian Kilmeade spoke directly to the camera and said: "This is something that needs to be corrected." The Wall Street Journal was also unusually critical, describing a "national embarrassment".

The chorus appeared to tell as Trump realised he had made a colossal political blunder. The New York Times reported: "Later in the morning, Mr. Trump told aides he realized he needed to make a correction, according to the person who was briefed. His team met briefly to discuss what to say, and the speechwriter, Stephen Miller, drafted something that was rewritten several times."

The president read scripted remarks, stating that he accepted the conclusions reached by the US intelligence community that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, but then characteristically muddied the waters by apparently ad libbing that there "could be other people also".

At one point the room was plunged into darkness, reportedly because Kelly accidentally flicked the switch. "Oops, they just turned off the lights," said Trump, joking: "That must have been the intelligence agencies."

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The hastily organised reversal was applauded by some. Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker who had criticised the Helsinki press conference as "the most serious mistake of his presidency", told the Guardian on Wednesday: "He came a long way if you read his remarks to the congressmen. He was pretty clear that he had made a mistake."

Others, however, regarded the remarks as too little too late, as they failed to address his attacks on the justice department or FBI or his claim on Monday that Putin had given an "extremely strong and powerful" denial of involvement. He repeated once again that there was no collusion.

Senator Tim Kaine, who was Hillary Clinton's running mate in the 2016 election, tweeted: "I keep hoping that maybe, just maybe, we will all find out soon that the Helsinki summit was actually just a Sacha Baron Cohen episode."

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SV: SV: {UAH} BYE BYE CONTE!

Okello DOKOLO,
I was thinking CONTE is a Coach for Chelsea Football Club as an employee of Abramovich the Chelsea Club owner? Politics, is social engineering kind of fishnet games. You through it in the water and expect some catches.

Mzee Ocaya pOcure


Den onsdag, 18 juli 2018 11:39 skrev Okello <bobbyalcantara94@gmail.com>:


Ocaya, I don't get you here. Are you saying Mr Conte is a political football, not a soccer mogul!

Thank you 

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On 18 Jul 2018, at 10:10, "'Ocaya Mike pOcure' via Ugandans at Heart (UAH) Community" <ugandans-at-heart@googlegroups.com> wrote:

UAH folks,
Sorry, I beg to disagree with you folks and let me hastened to say that Chelsea football club has been entangled by the UK politics of anti-Russian phobia.
YES, Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich is a Russian billionaire businessman is seen as a pro-Putin politician which the UK Conservative politicians want him not to have any freedom to think differently is the cause of what is affecting his club. This is the politics of 1 + 1 = 2. This, I think is elementary arithmetic we learnt way back in the 1950s!
What is happening on the Chelsea foot ball club is clear politics to frustrates Abramovich that went even onto the issue of his VISA and it would even escalates into some of his foreign players being they new and, or old. This is politics of high gears whereby even his team coach who happens not to be Englishman! So folks forget the semantics! 
 
Mzee Ocaya pOcure
 


Den onsdag, 18 juli 2018 1:49 skrev WB <kyijomanyi@hotmail.com>:


Abbey

Sports is funny business. Do not be surprised to see France's Didier Deschamps do what Zidane did with Real Madrid : quite while on top.

What Chelsea did is what is knows to do best, more than wining trophies, fire, managers. 

The few good players in the World cup, they were very few because many squads were aging  will cash in big money.  There is a dearth  of good backs, both let and right globally. Did you see a fresh LB or RB back in the world cup?


Well the new manager better win and win soon, otherwise he will be gone just like that.

WBK



From: ugandans-at-heart@googlegroups.com <ugandans-at-heart@googlegroups.com> on behalf of Abbey Semuwemba <abbeysemuwemba@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 11:29:16 PM
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Subject: {UAH} BYE BYE CONTE!
 
Freinds,

Anger and disgust doesn't even come close to describe how I feel about how Conte has been treated by Chelsea FC board. Whichever way one chooses to look at it Conte is a monumental loss to Chelsea. I can't see what the new manager, Sarri, is going to offer that Conte didn't. Is he going to score 85 goals this year, as Conte did in his first season? Is he going to win 30 games? Is he going to win the League? What about the FA Cup? Conte took over Chelsea  when we were not even fancied to make the top four. Man City had by far the best squad. Spurs a balanced XI. Man United spent big, Liverpool had Klop for 6 months. We had an aging defence with no fullbacks to speak of, even now. We were laughed at for signing Alonso. Even Fiorentina thought we over paid (probably did since he's not suited as a LB). But Conte made it work, he made everything work. He then engineered a system where journeyman like Alonso and Nigeria's Moses would thrive. And it's the only system where those two could find themselves playing regularly for a top club as they are not good enough otherwise.He only lose to Jose probably once in two seasons.  I will always look at him in positive light. His fight and passion was very infectious.

Conte was only sacked because he refused to kiss the board's shoes. Conte  had the balls to take the board on, and called them out for what they are, incompetent bunch. It's pathetic how we've treated managers down the years. Conte took them on and went out like a man. Yes, he's man and damn good manager. I think we will treat managers better going forward, and it's all thanks to Conte. That board let him down big time. Bakayoko was going to be Matic's understudy, Conte never wanted Bakayoko to replace Matic. I don't know how Marina concocted that one up. What a mess that woman has made, and the Russian never sacks her.  We can't make a fresh salad with old leaves. As long as Marina is still there, Chelsea will keep sacking managers. I dare say we would have won the league with Sandro, Sanchez and Danilo (and having kept Matic). It would be embarrassing for the board and Marina if Sarri doesn't work out, especially as they are giving him the players he wants. Jorginho is an amazing buy, world class in my eyes, but we need more signings. As for me, i'm so upset right now, but i'm just a fan!--

*Abbey Kibirige  Semuwemba*

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"Men in authority will always think that criticism of their policies is dangerous. They will always equate their policies with patriotism, and find criticism subversive." - Henry Steele Commager 1902-98
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