Thursday, 20 June 2013
Socialists' Payback over 'gay marriage' opposition? Frigide Barjot threatened with expulsion from her home by City of Paris.
Article by Marc Aupiais
The organiser of a march for the preservation of the then children's right to have heterosexual parents, comedienne stage named: Frigide Barjot (Frigid Looney, real name: Virginie Merle), and her husband: stage name Basil Koch (real name: Bruno Tellenne), may be kicked out of their council home after a summons for eviction against them, delivered at the behest of a company mostly owned by the socialist run City of Paris.
A company 80% owned by the City of Paris, Régie immobilière de la ville de Paris (RIVP), wants the couple thrown onto the streets, alleging unlawful sublease and the use of their home for some of their business activities, both in relation to their company: Jalons. The RIVP issued summons in mid June, Le Parisien learnt, speaking of a Frigide Barjot chocking down anxiety over the telephone to their reporter, saying: 'This is serious, we are threatened with eviction', and noting that they had always paid their rent of what they claimed was 3 500 Euros a month, on time. The summons would be effective July 3, claims Le Figaro.
According to Wikipedia: 'The Régie Immobilière de la Ville de Paris (also known as the RIVP) is a public housing agency created in 1923 for the construction of low cost and affordable housing. They manage buildings with average rents for use by the middle classes on land made available by the demolition of old fortifications of Paris, France.'.
The Federation Street home of the couple, is something dear to them, Basile de Koch has lived on Federation Street since 1983, Frigide Barjot, since 1994. However, it is alleged that they did business for Basil's company, Jalons, at the home, which is not zoned for business use according to RIVP, who also allege that Basil de Koch sublet to his business, for 9 000 Euros a year, and thus the Tellennes further in the RIVP's view, breached their obligations as tenants.
'But above all, we've lived in this apartment for years, why are they only meddling in our affairs now? It is a political gesture, they want to silence us, ' Le Figaro reports Frigide Barjot as saying.
Socialist Party member, Bertrand Delanoë, mayor of Paris, has been accused in this case of a political manoeuvre to punish Frigide Barjot for standing against the socialist party 'gay marriage' agenda. In fact, the mayor, is claimed to have delayed the move until the debate on homosexual 'marriage' wound down: with reporting claiming it was to prevent it being seen as a political targeting. The RIVP claims there are: 'One hundred procedures for abnormal occupation (illegal transfer of leases, occupation untitled occupancy for commercial purposes [which] are currently under review,' claiming that to them it is nothing special.
The RIVP however also claims: 'this procedure has been initiated (...) at the end of the detailed legal analysis of the situation.' - Le Figaro.
In the United States of America, the Internal Revenue Service was found to have unlawfully targeted persons for their political beliefs, while giving an easier time to those who held the beliefs of Barack Obama. It is in this sense that Frigide Barjot alleges she has been targeted.
The matter may go to trial in July.
The French Socialists enacted the 'Taubira law', enforcing homosexual 'marriages' earlier in 2013. The law has been widely unpopular among many French, who took to the streets to show their malcontent. There has been controversy also over Hollande's breach of his promise to allow a conscientious objection clause for mayors in heavily Roman Catholic France.
c.f. Le Parisien: Frigide Barjot se dit «menacée d'expulsion» par la Ville de Paris.
c.f. Le Figaro: Frigide Barjot sommée de quitter son logement.
The University took to social networking to apologise profusely, for what they called a technical error, blaming Google search for picking up an unpublished piece. It had accidentally pre-empted the death of former convict of Robbin Island maximum security prison, and one time President Nelson Mandela.
University of Witwatersrand accidentally claims Nelson Mandela is dead? pic.twitter.com/ZThY03jO0V'
— Marc Evan Aupiais (@SACNSNew) June 20, 2013
Here, from ENCA: is their cause for apologising:
'In the message dated 31 July 2013, the university “expresses its deepest condolences to the family and friends of former president Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, his comrades, to those who knew him well, to our fellow South Africans, to our staff, students and alumni, and to every global citizen that he touched through his thoughts, words, character, actions, presence and being.”
It goes on to say, “He was of us, but not ours as he belonged to citizens around the world. Not only has he transformed our lives, but also those of generations to come. Mandela’s unrivalled standing as a leader has been won by indomitable courage in the service of principle and in his striving for freedom, justice, democracy and equality. For liberty in this country, Mandela has never flinched to sacrifice his own; nor himself.”
It adds, “Madiba, the father of our nation, was Wits University’s most illustrious student and alumnus. He blessed us with his presence over the years as a student, a politician, an activist, as an Honorary graduate, as a President, a guest and as a friend of the University.
"We were blessed to have him in our midst and we – all Witsies, all South Africans, all Africans and indeed all of humanity must continue to uphold the ideals for which he lived, and those for which he was prepared to die.”
The university also mentioned an Honorary Doctorate it bestowed on the elderly former president in 1991 “for his ‘commitment to justice [which] drew him out of his profession and into national leadership,” adding “Mandela’s life has been an inspiration, here and throughout the world, to all who are oppressed and deprived, and to all who care about oppression and deprivation. He will remain an inspiration to Wits University, and for future generations of humanity.”'
Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Article by Marc Aupiais
The Eiffel tower in Paris, France was evacuated at 13h00/1 PM, as a man threatened to commit suicide by jumping from the structure. The Paris emergency services went into their top gear, in an attempt to resolve the nightmare, but ended up having to arrest the unstable polish national.
A police source told Le Huffington Post, that the man, who claimed to be a polish national was successfully apprehended at 15h00 / 3 PM. The jumper was described as 'psychologically unstable' by a spokesman for the Paris fire department, and had planned to climb from the second floor where he had been, to the third floor, demanding cameras record his plunge.
Police, Le Huffington Post, adds, had set up a security perimeter, and a score of fire-fighters, aided by two fire trucks and multiple lighter vehicles, attempted to resolve the cliff hanger of a situation. Ticket sales were temporarily halted. Le Huffington Post reports that prior the arrest: medical personnel from the Paris Fire Department, had attempted to reason with the suicidal man. Finally, police, at 3 PM took decisive action, before the depressive man could do likewise.
C.f. Paris: la Tour Eiffel évacuée, l'homme qui menaçait de se jeter dans le vide interpellé par Le Huffington Post in association avec Le Monde Publication: 18/06/2013 14h42 CEST: AFP/Le HuffPost
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Article by Marc Aupiais
Concerns by Marc Evan Aupiais
Having worked with these two individuals (Luckson Masiyiwa, and the worst person I've met: Tafadzwa Mbwachena) on a group project, in which one gave a false email, neither turned up to arranged group meetings, and both were extremely rude, and when I went out of my way, and was to compile a speech for the group: decided to inform someone not giving the speech of their project many hours before me, and not to inform me that one was writing for both, even when I requested it. And when I attempted to approach them, knowing that the project was soon due, and to discuss it, the work hating pair of individuals saw me and avoided me. The sort of behaviour they followed, in a group where I was elected leader, makes me believe neither are befitting of the title lawyer, and I don't think they should be employed by an employer with discretion, due to their lack of work ethic, and professionalism.
Luckson Masiyiwa firstname.lastname@example.org 476158 (this email address registered as false, despite my double checking it with the individual, and making him and all group members confirm their addresses after copying them onto my lap top)
Tafadzwa Mbwachena email@example.com 477504
Due to the utter hatred of hard work, these two individuals had, we were unable to meet even once as a group, and it was only because of extra-ordinary effort on my part, that I was able to track them down to submit their essays, which they did much later than any other members (2 days), and only one claiming to represent both.
I also have some concern about Karabo Mvubu who was our tutor employed by Witswatersrand University, to whom we gave the presentation, who told us to base our speech on a part of our course pack where the answers he gave us after presentation, were not present, who paid no mind to speech giving ability, and himself speaks too softly for a small lecture venue to adequately hear him. He also wondered about while students were giving speeches, going about his own business separate from marking, which is certainly off-putting, and not to be permitted, of someone who is paid for a job.
I do have evidence to further my claims, should you be interviewing any of these three individuals, who so deeply concern me.
Friday, 25 November 2011
In the wild, how one would survive best: is to use what one needs to use only when it is necessary.
To destroy something you need for something other perhaps in the future: should only be done if it is the only way to achieve a needed end. To take the energy to carry an important thing is necessary, but sometimes it is needed to travel as light as possible, if the testimony of the Bushmen is a true one.
In the environment, we need to move away from activist language and into reality. The fact that almost everything the Green movement has claimed is a lie: from an ice age in Europe, to the end of the Himalayas Ice: makes their claims that science is to be a basis ridiculous. Their 'science' is nothing but lies.
That said, true science and wise use of resources: choosing simpler ways to do things etc could save us all.
Most of saving the environment without costing lives and economies is by simple solutions. Often lost.
Insulation, green roof-tops, roof and house paint, solar powered water, heat pumps, not so full kettles, etc.
A jersey or jacket instead of air-conditioning. A blanket over the window instead of both.
Sound advice: the gospel of using natural solutions: this is how we can save our planet. Efficiency! Professionalism, curatorship of our lives.
The use of a motor-vehicle powerful enough for our needs. Our everyday needs.
The world was not always reliant on much coal, oil, and electricity. Simpler, older solutions can be the answer.
A global effort at combating climate changes, can only happen on the basis of truth. I truly pray with all my heart that proven frauds such as the UN panel on climate change and Al Gore, are openly known for their lies. That those who hijacked environmentalism for their own selfish agendas are stopped.
But I do more than that: I tell the truth about the environment, because that is the only way to combat climate changes: sound solutions to Eco-problems: in a way sustainable in a real world economy.
Myths, and all out lies have no strength! But truth and openness to lower and simpler solutions acceptable to the existing marketplace will save us from any partly possible climate changes being an issue!
Monday, 24 October 2011
It may seem just a plaything, though some consider it their playmate, the Blackberry Playbook however came minus one functionality my every other device had: a proprietary Kindle Book reading application.
Cloud Reader, for Ipad just wouldn't display or open books. Today, when I tried for the umpteenth time, I changed the orientation and true to form, it seems that the system was tricked. It has even opened a novel, although perhaps the entire system was updated.
Kindle for Blackberry Playbook with a work around, at least cloud reader, which given I always have internet over tethering or wi-fi: is good enough for now.
Pictures: copyright Marc Aupiais!
Thursday, 28 July 2011
Article by Marc Aupiais
Forbes reports (And please note, additional research by our service shows they chose to publish it under their online blogs section)
New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hole In Global Warming Alarmism 27 / 28 July 2011
The study, by the University of Alabama, based on Satellite Data claims that "Global Warming" caused by carbon trapping heat in the atmosphere is so minimal as to be negligible. The research, if noted by Carbon model proponents is sure to be hotly disputed.
As I reported recently, the Daily Mail, reported on a press release by the University of East Anglia, saying that most of the temperature DATA used to correlate with carbon levels in the polar ice, on which global warming claims are based, was destroyed by scientists in the 1980s, British media also reported on great inaccuracies in climate change claims involving the Himalayas, and other regions. The Daily Mail, and other media also recently reported that Earth is set to enter a mini-ice age, due to a temporary lack of Sun Spots (a phenomena discovered by Galileo centuries ago, which then lead to a 2 degrees centigrade reduction in temperatures). Media claiming climate science was in peril include: Daily Mail, the Times and Sunday Times, and the Telegraph in Britain, the first and last still claiming global warming as real.
c.f. January 24, 2010
UN wrongly linked global warming to natural disasters
The most recent discovery, that the computer models were wrong, would not surprise the columnists of these papers, which have for years cited the completely inaccurate short and medium term climate forecasts of the British weather servide, since climate change variables were introduced.
The alternate view of climate change is that it is constant and consistent, and more recently caused by soil changes, urbanization and astronomical phenomena such as sun spots etc.
University of Alabama, USA has released the following statement to the Press, July 26th 2011, according to a source cited by the Yahoo News article (Forbes hosted on Yahoo)
"Climate models get energy balance wrong, make too hot forecasts of global warming
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (July 26, 2011) — Data from NASA’s Terra satellite shows that when the climate warms, Earth’s atmosphere is apparently more efficient at releasing energy to space than models used to forecast climate change have been programmed to “believe.”
The result is climate forecasts that are warming substantially faster than the atmosphere, says Dr. Roy Spencer, a principal research scientist in the Earth System Science Center at The University of Alabama in Huntsville.
The previously unexplained differences between model-based forecasts of rapid global warming and meteorological data showing a slower rate of warming have been the source of often contentious debate and controversy for more than two decades.
In research published this week in the journal “Remote Sensing” http://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/3/8/1603/pdf, Spencer and UA Huntsville’s Dr. Danny Braswell compared what a half dozen climate models say the atmosphere should do to satellite data showing what the atmosphere actually did during the 18 months before and after warming events between 2000 and 2011.
“The satellite observations suggest there is much more energy lost to space during and after warming than the climate models show,” Spencer said. “There is a huge discrepancy between the data and the forecasts that is especially big over the oceans.”
Not only does the atmosphere release more energy than previously thought, it starts releasing it earlier in a warming cycle. The models forecast that the climate should continue to absorb solar energy until a warming event peaks. Instead, the satellite data shows the climate system starting to shed energy more than three months before the typical warming event reaches its peak.
“At the peak, satellites show energy being lost while climate models show energy still being gained,” Spencer said.
This is the first time scientists have looked at radiative balances during the months before and after these transient temperature peaks.
Applied to long-term climate change, the research might indicate that the climate is less sensitive to warming due to increased carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere than climate modelers have theorized. A major underpinning of global warming theory is that the slight warming caused by enhanced greenhouse gases should change cloud cover in ways that cause additional warming, which would be a positive feedback cycle.
Instead, the natural ebb and flow of clouds, solar radiation, heat rising from the oceans and a myriad of other factors added to the different time lags in which they impact the atmosphere might make it impossible to isolate or accurately identify which piece of Earth’s changing climate is feedback from manmade greenhouse gases.
“There are simply too many variables to reliably gauge the right number for that,” Spencer said. “The main finding from this research is that there is no solution to the problem of measuring atmospheric feedback, due mostly to our inability to distinguish between radiative forcing and radiative feedback in our observations.”
For this experiment, the UA Huntsville team used surface temperature data gathered by the Hadley Climate Research Unit in Great Britain. The radiant energy data was collected by the Clouds and Earth’s Radiant Energy System (CERES) instruments aboard NASA’s Terra satellite.
The six climate models were chosen from those used by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The UA Huntsville team used the three models programmed using the greatest sensitivity to radiative forcing and the three that programmed in the least sensitivity."
July 26 University of Alabama