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Κυριακή, 29 Μαρτίου 2015

ΕΘΝΙΚΙΣΤΙΚΗ ΕΛΛΑΣ ΣΕ ΜΙΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΕΥΡΩΠΗ



ΑΘΗΝΑ 30-3-2015.

Τα εθνικά ζητήματα στις μέρες μας ρυθμίζονται μέσω τής διεθνούς οικονομικής συναλλαγής. Η κυριαρχία τού κράτους διαβιβάζεται στα παγκόσμια κέντρα λήψεως αποφάσεων δίκην μιας μικρομεσαίας επιχειρήσεως που δίδει λόγο στην μητρική εταιρία. Το χρήμα πλέον διαβιβάζεται ως αποδεικτικό τής υποταγής τού ραγιά με έπαθλο την παγκόσμια κυριαρχία επάνω από την κάποτε ισχυρή Ευρώπη.

Where the Military’s Smartest Hackers Aren’t Human at All

A two-year competition led by DARPA could lay the groundwork for a world where machines are in charge of cybersecurity.

Next month, unmanned computers all over the globe will face off in a dress rehearsal for a Las Vegas hacking tournament run by the U.S. military.

The $2 million “Cyber Grand Challenge” pits hacker-fighting software against malicious code programmed by Pentagon personnel. During the 2016 finals in Vegas, the humans who built these cyberbots might as well go play blackjack.

At stake in the cyber challenge is a chunk of change and perhaps societal gratitude. That’s because the research and development gleaned during the two-year competition could lay the groundwork for a world where machines are in charge of cybersecurity.

At least, that’s the hope of many of the contestants and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Pentagon component leading the program.

The machines aren’t running the show entirely just yet. Teams of contenders are still doing a little hand-holding.


Last December, DARPA held a 24-hour unofficial test run to see if each group’s vulnerability-obliterating software could even function.

During the practice session, “we certainly weren’t just sipping lemonade,” said player David Brumley, co-founder of the Pittsburgh-based startup For all Secure. Employees who are dedicated full time to the project were monitoring logs indicating the number of security weaknesses detected and the number that had been fixed. The team also had to make sure its system didn’t crash.

“Since it was mostly automated, we didn’t spend the whole 24 hours with ourselves there,” he said. “We didn’t have to baby-sit. We tried to run this as much like the real competition as possible.”

At the time, Brumley happened to be in Washington for a funding meeting. He and the seven employees assigned to the team often communicate with one another from a distance, using videoconferencing tools and chat rooms. “The Internet culture is distributed by nature, so it becomes second nature to collaborate,” Brumley said last October, when the team was still in the early stages of development.

Spotting the Next Heartbleed before the Bad Guys Do

Team members last year won a $750,000 grant that allows them to take time off work for the endeavor. ”Our main motivation is — it’s just fun for us,” explained Brumley, who also is a computer engineering professor at Carnegie Mellon University. “It’s just something that we like and care about. The money allows us to do that.”

That said, they’d be creating the same kind of software in a 9-5 setting even if DARPA hadn’t come calling.

Since 2011, Brumley’s research has involved automatic “exploit generation,” which involves pinpointing security holes that are either created intentionally by hackers or, as in the case of the Heartbleed bug, unwittingly by software developers — and then breaking in.

“The way we see it is, the competition was written for our research,” he said last year.

Brumley’s white-hat hacker research — and the team’s hacker-fighting bot — aims to find the next Heartbleed before the bad guys do. Over the past year, software companies and researchers found about 8,500 security vulnerabilities, according to Department of Homeland Security statistics. It’s unknown how many the hackers found.

No one expects to create a fully-automated cyber warrior within the two-year timeline.

“It took competitive computer chess programs a decade to get competitive with the best people and even longer to beat them regularly,” Brumley said, referring to Deep Blue, the IBM chess-playing supercomputer that beat grandmaster Garry Kasparov in 1997. “It’s not the sort of thing where at the end of a year or two you are going to have unhackable software.”

And partly for this reason, Brumley, when wearing his professor’s cap, trains students for the hands-on hacking sport “capture the flag” at annual hacker confabs like DEFCON. In 2016, the Vegas event will host both DARPA’s tourney and its traditional tournament, known as the “World Series” of hacking. Brumley has been a member of CMU’s “Plaid Parliament of Pwning,” a team that won the contest two years in a row. Just last month, he helped DARPA coach a similar game for members of four military service academies.

It’s doubtful “full automation is going to replace the human in the next 10 years,” Brumley said. “We’d like to see it, but we don’t think so, and in the meantime, we have to grow the field.”

He doesn’t wholly believe in the Cyber Grand Challenge prophecy of artificial intelligence taking charge of cybersecurity. Cyber defense always will require human minds to envision the next vulnerability and design security software accordingly, Brumley said.

“Computers can do what we program them to do, but you always are going to need that human who is thinking up a new attack and then programming the computer,” he said.

So far, so good for the team. For All Secure ended up placing among the top 10 contestants.


The Payoff? $2M and a Chance to Kickstart a Revolution



Trail of Bits, a self-described boot-strapped startup headquartered in NYC, had about 10 employees glued to their computers during last month’s dry-run event. Four of them are staffed to the project full time.

“It was a very tense situation where this was the first time that we were able to test our system from end to end with DARPA’s side,” said Dan Guido, the company’s co-founder. “Everybody was on call. All hands on deck, trying to make sure that the system would operate the way that it would should. That it was correctly solving challenges and that nothing was broken.”

The team’s system, maintained in Amazon’s cloud, also ended up ranking among the top ten.

Trail of Bits, like For All Secure, is receiving government funding to participate.

Guido’s hope is just to break even after winning the competition.

“We’re taking a little bit of a hit,” he last fall. “We’re not looking at this as a project that makes money for the company. $2 million would be a nice bonus.”

The real payoff will be creating software that automatically spots and fixes vulnerabilities. Most organizations cannot afford to hire talented, ethical hackers who are able to identify increasingly sophisticated computer threats, Guido said.

The stakes are much higher than the $2 million prize, according to Mike Walker, the Cyber Grand Challenge program manager.

“The stakes are the beginning of an automation technology revolution — the idea that automation is the future of computer security — and a chance to level the playing field between experts and automation,” Walker said late last year at a Bloomberg cybersecurity conference.

DARPA is not the only federal agency trying to invent self-healing computers. The National Security Agency and DHSrecently started collaborating on the Enterprise Automated Security Environment, or EASE, that could lead to PCs and other devices being able to robotically bounce back from assaults.


Betting on the Robots



Neither humans nor machines are moving fast enough to restrain hackers today. While major previously-unknown vulnerabilities were fixed within about four days after initial detection in 2013,security firm Symantec says it found 174,651 attacks still occurring within 30 days of discovery.

There just isn’t enough human capital in the world to provide adequate protection. Self-defending software would be a more economic approach to cybersecurity for small companies, Guido said. And it would provide large companies with consistent universal coverage, he added.

Trail of Bits couldn’t even recruit 20 pros in New York.

“There is no way that I can have a team that is based one city,” Guido said. His employees, some of whom work in isolation in Chicago, Washington and Oakland, California, have meetings in New York once a quarter.

For the match, the team built a proprietary videoconferencing system from scratch, “because things like Skype are not secure enough for where we’d like it to be,” Guido said.

Trail of Bits and For All Secure are up against stiff competition. Raytheon, a big government contractor with heavy Pentagon cyber defense experience, has a team playing. Deep Red — a riff off the company’s logo color and the name of IBM’s chess-winning computer — won the unofficial dry run.

“We still think that we can beat them,” Brumley said. “We actually really like the fact that they are doing it because it gives us a lot of extra motivation.”


Hand Over the Software and Let the Chips Fall Where they May



Raytheon’s team of three full-timers, and other corporate employees who pitch in as needed, mostly works out of a Florida office space. The group uses a lot of the firm’s hardware while crafting its system. All teams are given the option of hosting their systems in the Amazon cloud.

Raytheon is using its own hardware because “you have a lot of control over what you do. We don’t do it because our hardware is bigger, or are hardware is faster, or smaller or slower,” Deep Red team member Tim Bryant said. “We think that what’s most important is getting the algorithms right, because if you don’t have software that analyzes other software efficiently, in a sense it doesn’t really matter how much hardware you have.”

Raytheon is self-funded and retains all intellectual property. Grant recipients, including the other two teams, must give the government rights to their software and technical data.

While the multinational corporation may not be a startup, its challenge participants have to think like one.

“We use our whiteboards frequently, drawing pictures and going through thought experiments,” said Brian Knudson, another Raytheon player. “Inspirations come from the process of going through those thought experiments and design work and sometimes they occur out of nowhere. You could be sitting on a couch at home and it hits you.”

Raytheon, a participant in the more traditional DEFCON capture-the-flag contest six consecutive years, said it’s preparing to hand over the software for the unmanned competition and let the chips fall where they may. In fact, Bryant said some of his team members might ”possibly” might show up for the other hand’s-on matches.

“With the automated capture the flag, we envision that you sort of press the button and then the machine goes and you drink lemonade or go play in the other capture the flag,” he said.

The World of 2020 According to DARPA

The research agency is making underwater robots that can sleep for years and other robots that can fix satellites in space.
To reduce the price of weapons and other gear by creating new solutions to old problems–or “rethink complex military systems,” as deputy director Steven Walker of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency puts it–is among DARPA’s focus areas for the next few years. This week, the agency highlighted potential solutions to this and other problems, describing a menagerie of magical technologies that are entering a new phase of research or development.

Some are listed in the agency’s biannual Breakthrough Technologies for National Security report, released this morning to coincide with DARPA director Arati Prabhakar’s testimony before the House Armed Services Committee. Others have been highlighted by DARPA officials who recently spoke around Washington. They include:

Zombie Pods Of the Deep

The Upward Falling Payloads program seeks to put robot pods on the ocean floor and then allowing them to lie in wait for years until, triggered by either an event or a command, they wake from their deathly sleep and rise to the surface to release their payloads. “Those payloads could hold things like UAVs [drones] that can go up and do ISR[intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance], to electronic warfare components to UUVs [underwater drones] that can do similar things under the water,” Walker said.

He added that the aim was to create a “worldwide” architecture for such pods, allowing them to be used everywhere —and potentially even replacing submarines.

“Today, the U.S. Navy puts capability on the ocean floor using very capable but expensive submarine platforms. What we would like to do in this program is pre-position capability on the ocean floor and have it be available to be triggered in real-time when needed,” said Walker. He highlighted a wide array of technical challenges in making zombie-pod drones, such as getting them to float to the surface in the right way (a phenomenon that they call upward falling), power supplies and protecting the payloads on the ocean floor for years at a time.

“You put this thing down beneath 4 kilometers you see extremely high pressures that have to be withstood for potentially years. There’s other issues like befouling you have to think about dealing with and then the [communication] system that wakes these things up and tells them what to do,” DARPA program manager Dick Urban said at a National Defense Association event in Washington.

The program consists of three parts, said Urban. “One is to make a canister that is able to hold different types of payloads.”

The program will enter its second phase this year. “We haven’t actually built anything, but we’ve done the design studies,” Urban said. “We’ll be taking those different technologies, taking them into the water and testing and seeing how well they work.” He said, “If we’re successful in this program, we’ll be showing what’s possible here, but we’ll also be showing what’s possible in terms of a distributed architecture across the entire ocean.”

The Distributed Agile Submarine Hunting or DASH program seeks to develop what Walker called “sub-ulites.” Think of these as satellites for the ocean. “Because they’re deep, they have a detection envelope that’s pretty broad,” he said.

Meanwhile, Urban highlighted the Transformational Reliable Acoustic Path System or TRAPS program, a passive sonar that sits at the bottom of the sea at six kilometers, listening for acoustic signatures that could indicate passing submarines. When it detects one, it sends word to a surface node.

Satellites Launched From Planes and Satellite-Fixing Robots

In DARPA’s future, you don’t rely on today’s Global Positioning System to get around. The agency has been working for years to build alternative ways to tell people where they are without connecting them to a network of expensive satellites. ButDARPA’s world is still one in which we go to space—in fact, a lot.

“A major focus on our space investments is a realization that we are extremely reliant on space,” She highlighted military intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities as well as space-based communication and its role on the battlefield. “We can’t fight the way that we’re trained to fight today without this space assets,” Prabhakar said.

She said some of the key questions that DARPA will be asking this year include: “How do we change what’s possible to do on orbit? How do we change space domain awareness so that we can understand in real-time so that we can see what’s happening and then control what we need to do on orbit?”

What does that mean specifically? In his own talk, Urban highlighted the Airborne Launch Assist Space Access program, or ALASA, program as key to that vision. ALASAseeks to send 100-pound satellites into orbit within 24 hours for less than a $1 million apiece. It aims to accomplishes this by shooting them into space from super-high flying jets.

“Where we are today is it takes years to schedule launch, billions to put anything of substance on orbit,” said Prabhakar, who also highlighted the costs of maintaining objects in space as a key challenge to maintaining U.S. space dominance.

“The satellites that we put up there, they’re supposed to last a long time and sometimes things happen to them. They fail; an asteroid goes through the solar sail. But if you can fix them you can potentially save a lot of money,” said Urban.

That’s the aim of the Robotic Servicing of Geostationary Satellites, or RSGS, program. Picture a team of armed robots clinging to a piece of military spy equipment far above the earth, fixing and repairing the damage caused by space junk, debris, the harsh elements of space and simple mechanical age. “We have to have robotic arms that are very accurate. We have to have camera systems that can do inspection and find out what’s wrong,” said Urban. You can read more about it here.

With its $2.9 billion budget, DARPA is hardly the biggest player inDOD or technology development. It faces technological competition not just from adversaries but non-state actors and the commercial sector. The days of being 30 years ahead of the rest of the world are long gone, something that DARPArepresentatives acknowledge frequently. “There are technologies arriving globally that are as good as anything we’re developing in this country,” said Urban. “The cost of our acquisition system is really holding us back.” The hope is to continue to secure some technological advantage, do so repeatedly, and at a cost that doesn’t drive the country bankrupt.

defenseone.com

Pentagon: Yes, Taking Tikrit Just Got Harder

DoD official concedes that Iran was helping Iraq take back its city.The departure of the Iranians from the battlefield of Tikrit will likely prolong ISIS’s presence around the city, say Pentagon officials.

Today, Pentagon officials acknowledged that “hundreds of enemy” ISIS fighters remain around the besieged Iraqi city. When asked if the departure of the Iranian-backed Shi’ite militias would make it harder for Iraqi Security Forces to take back the city, Col. Steve Warren, director of Defense Press Operations, told reporters, “Yes.”

Three Iranian-backed militia groups, a force consisting of several thousand soldiers, are boycotting the fight for Tikrit because the U.S. is also there, leading strikes by coalition air forces, The New York Times reported yesterday. Gen. Lloyd Austin, head of the U.S. military’s Central Command, yesterday told lawmakers that the U.S. had in fact told the Iraqi government to make the militias leave as a precondition for the airstrikes. “I will not—and I hope we never—coordinate or cooperate with Shi’ite militias,” he said.

Warren said that despite the departure of the militias, at least 4,000 Iraqi Security Forces remained in the fight, along with other fighters loyal to the Iraqi government. He declined to say when Tikrit might be recaptured, but expressed confidence in the eventuality.

“Yes, some Shia militia units have withdrawn from the battlefield. These are primarily Shia militia units that we had no interest in being on the battlefield in the first place,” he said referring to Iranian-backed groups that had been leading the assault on ISISin Tikrit since the start of March.


“The forces that remain on the battlefield are regular Iraq forces as well as the People’s Mobilization Forces [PMF], which, as you know are made up of both Sunni and Shia,” he told reporters. “What remains on the battlefield now are forces under the direct control of the ministry of defense and who Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi has made clear to that he has a zero tolerance policy for any sectarian improprieties,” said Warren.

Thanks in part to the U.S.-led airstrikes, Iraqi Security Forces are beginning to move directly into the city to take back neighborhoods from ISIS control after a brief pause in clearance operations.

Warren said that the fighting would be prolonged and deadly. “Urban warfare is difficult. It’s rough, hot, bloody, tiring and exhaustive work. No one should expect this to be an overnight thing. This is a hard fight that the Iraqis are going to have to go through. It will be difficult.”

Σάββατο, 28 Μαρτίου 2015

25η ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ 1946. Ευέλπιδες παρελαύνουν με τις σημαίες από τα πεδία των μαχών..για καποιους συγχρονους ρεμπεσκεδες απλα...πανια που τα παιρνει ο ανεμος..

25η ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ 1946. Ευέλπιδες παρελαύνουν με τις σημαίες από τα πεδία των μαχών, των συνταγμάτων του Ελληνοϊταλικού Πολέμου, μπροστά από το μνημείο του Αγνώστου Στρατιώτη.
Φωτορεπορταζ Κ. Κουρμπέτης. Ελληνικόν Φωτογραφικόν Πρακτορείον, 25 Μαρτίου 1946.

Φωτογραφικό Αρχείο Ε.Ι.Μ.

Οι ασκήσεις των ειδικών δυνάμεων: Από το παιχνίδι της "καυτής πατάτας" στη "Ρωσική ρουλέτα" με πραγματικά πυρά

Σύμφωνα με ασφαλείς πληροφορίες σε καμία χώρα στον κόσμο οι ειδικές δυνάμεις δεν απαγγέλουν τα "παπακια" :)...αν ποτέ συμβεί αυτό θα είναι στην Ελλάδα όταν θα επικρατήσουν οι θολοκουλτουριάρηδες και οι ιδεοληψίες τους...



Το παιχνίδι της "καυτής πατάτας" με απασφαλισμένη χειροβομβίδα.

Αυτό θα πει ετοιμότητα, συγχρονισμός, θανάσιμη πρόκληση και καλή τύχη σε άσκηση του Λαϊκού Απελευθερωτικού Στρατού της Κίνας. Στην άσκηση συμμετέχουν έξι στρατιώτες. Ο πρώτος τραβά την περόνη από τη χειροβομβίδα και στη συνέχεια την πετά ο ένας στον άλλο, εν είδει του παιχνιδιού της καυτής πατάτας. Εκπαιδευμένοι και αποφασισμένοι, οι έξι στρατιώτες γυρνούν την πλάτη στον λάκκο με τη χειροβομβίδα και πέφτουν με ένα εντυπωσιακό ομαδικό άλμα στο έδαφος για να καλυφθούν, σε ελάχιστη απόσταση από την έκρηξη.

Ιορδανία: Ειδικό Κέντρο Εκπαίδευσης Επιχειρήσεων (KASOTC)

Στις 20 Μαΐου του 2009 ο Βασιλιάς της Ιορδανίας Abdullah εγκαινίασε επίσημα το κέντρο προηγμένης προσομοίωσης εκπαίδευσης αντιτρομοκρατικών επιχειρήσεων ή περισσότερο γνωστό ως KASOTC (King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center). Το KASOTC είναι για πολλούς σήμερα το καλύτερο κέντρο εκπαίδευσης στον κόσμο για ειδικές δυνάμεις.

Εκπαίδευση ειδικών δυνάμεων στη Βόρεια Κορέα

Αντέχουν στην έντονη σωματική άσκηση, που ωθούν το σώμα τους στα όρια. Μια από τις δύσκολες ασκήσεις τους είναι το σπάσιμο 20 τσιμεντόλιθων με μια γροθιά.

"Hell Week" της επίλεκτης μονάδας του Πολεμικού Ναυτικού των Φιλιππίνων

Η Ειδική Ομάδα Naval Operations (NAVSOG) είναι η μικρότερη επίλεκτη μονάδα του Πολεμικού Ναυτικού των Φιλιππίνων η οποία εκπαιδεύεται σε ειδικές ενέργειες, δολιοφθορές και ανορθόδοξο πόλεμο. Οι άνδρες της Ομάδας υποβάλλονται για μήνες σε απίστευτα δύσκολες ασκήσεις.Μια από τις χειρότερες δοκιμασίες είναι η λεγόμενη "Hell Week", κατά τη διάρκεια της οποίας οι υποψήφιοι πρέπει να εκτελούν απαιτητικές και εξαιρετικά επίπονες σωματικές ασκήσεις με ελάχιστες ώρες ύπνου όλη την εβδομάδα. Είναι χαρακτηριστικό ότι σε μία τάξη, μόνο 21 φοιτητές πέρασαν την σκληρή εκπαίδευση από τους 79 υποψηφίους που είχαν αρχικά ξεκινήσει το πρόγραμμα της NAVSOG.

Σπάζοτας τσιμεντόλιθους με τους "Κόκκινους Μπερέδες"

Αυτή η βαθιά θρησκευτική στρατιωτική μονάδα θεωρείται μια από τις πιο σκληροτράχηλες της Ευρώπης.Κάτω από την εντολή του Υπουργείου Εσωτερικών της Λευκορωσίας υφίστανται μερικές από τις δύσκολες ασκήσεις.

Cobra Gold

Η Cobra Gold είναι μια κοινή στρατιωτική άσκηση των Ηνωμένων Πολιτειών και της Ταϊλάνδης στην οποία παίρνουν μέρος στρατιωτικές δυνάμεις της Σιγκαπούρης, Νότιας Κορέας, της Ινδονησίας, της Μαλαισίας και την Ιαπωνίας. Μία από τις ασκήσεις τους είναι η αποκεφάλιση ενός κοτόπουλου με τα δόντια.

SAS Death March

Έχουν ακουστεί πολλά πράγματα για τους Βρετανούς της SAS. Αποτελείται από εθελοντές που πρέπει να περάσουν πέντε μήνες σκληρής εκπαίδευσης. Σε αυτή τουλάχιστον το 90% των υποψηφίων την εγκαταλείπει. Μέρος της εκπαίδευσης είναι η μεταφορά ενός σακιδίων 60 λιβρών για 40 μίλια κρατώντας ένα τουφέκι και μόλις ένα μπουκάλι νερό.

"Ρωσική ρουλέτα"... με πραγματικά πυρά

Η πιο επικίνδυνη στρατιωτική άσκηση στον κόσμο πιθανότατα ανήκει στους Ρώσους, οι οποίοι διεξάγουν εκπαίδευση με πραγματικά πυρά με έναν τρόπο που είναι μοναδικός σε σύγκριση με τον υπόλοιπο κόσμο.

Spetsnaz- Εκπαίδευση με αίμα

Η εκπαίδευση και ο τεχνικός εξοπλισμός τους δεν συγκρίνονται με κανέναν από εκείνους που χρησιμοποιούνται από τα αντίστοιχα σώματα της Δύσης. Είναι οι Spetsnaz, και απαρτίζονται από την αφρόκρεμα της αφρόκρεμας όλων των επιμέρους Μονάδων Ειδικών Δυνάμεων της Ρωσίας. Σε μια από τις ασκήσεις τους ξυπνούν μέσα στη νύχτα και τους οδηγούν μέσα σε ένα σκοτεινό, πλημμυρισμένο κτίριο γέματο με αίμα από εντόσθια.

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Προσωρινά καταλύματα για μετανάστες από την IKEA! Θα τους δίνει και απο τα διασημα κεφτεδάκια της;;


η είδηση απο zougla:
Η σουηδική εταιρεία οικιακού εξοπλισμού IKEA ανακοίνωσε σήμερα ότι έλαβε την πρώτη της παραγγελία για την κατασκευή προσωρινών καταλυμάτων μεταναστών σε επίπεδες συσκευασίες και πρόσθεσε ότι αναμένει να διπλασιάσει ή να τριπλασιάσει την παραγωγή της μέσα στα επόμενα τρία χρόνια.

Αφού σχεδίασε τα καταλύματα σε συνεργασία με την Better Shelter, την εταιρεία κοινωνικής οικονομίας του Ιδρύματος του IKEA, η Ύπατη Αρμοστεία του ΟΗΕ για τους Πρόσφυγες (UNHCR) υπέγραψε μια συμφωνία για να παραλάβει 30.000 μονάδες, από τις οποίες οι 10.000 θα παραδοθούν το καλοκαίρι.

Κάθε κατάλυμα σε επίπεδη συσκευασία θα μπορεί να συναρμολογείται επί τόπου, χωρίς εργαλεία πέρα από αυτά που περιέχονται στη συσκευασία, και διαθέτει ηλιακό συλλέκτη και μια λάμπα.

Ο επικεφαλής του τμήματος επιχειρηματικής ανάπτυξης της Better Shelter Γιόχαν Κάρλσον δήλωσε ότι τα πρώτα καταλύματα θα διατεθούν σε προσφυγικούς καταυλισμούς στο Ιράκ και ίσως στην Αιθιοπία.

«Υπάρχουν περίπου 53,5 εκατομμύρια πρόσφυγες και εσωτερικά εκτοπισμένοι σε όλο τον κόσμο, οπότε αυτό φυσικά είναι μια σταγόνα στον ωκεανό», πρόσθεσε, επισημαίνοντας ότι αναμένει πως η δυνατότητα παραγωγής τουλάχιστον θα διπλασιαστεί ή θα τριπλασιαστεί τα επόμενα τρία χρόνια.

Ένα προσωρινό κατάλυμα είναι αρκετά μεγάλο για να φιλοξενεί πέντε ανθρώπους και κοστίζει περίπου 1.000 ευρώ.

Γιατί είναι πρόβλημα να λένε οι ΟΥΚαδες να μπούμε στην Πόλη; και δεν είναι πρόβλημα να λέει ο Ζουράρις να μπούμε στο Βερολίνο;


Η Δήλωση:

Κ. Ζουράρις: «Για πρώτη φορά Έλλην πρωθυπουργός, σε επίσημη ανακοίνωση, αναφέρει το πρόγραμμα των γερμανικών επανορθώσεων και του γερμανικού δανείου και την Siemens. Το Γκαίτε είναι υπό δήμευση πάντοτε. (Ο πρωθυπουργός) το πήρε (πίσω) προσωρινώς, μέχρι να το ξαναθέσει. Όταν παραχωρείς χώρο, για να κάνεις μετά επίθεση, τα λεφτά θα τα βρουν. Διότι οι Γερμανοί προχωρούν από νίκη εις νίκη συνεχώς και στο τέλος μπαίνουν οι Ρώσοι στο Βερολίνο ή προχωρούν οι Γερμανοί από νίκη εις νίκη και στο τέλος μπαίνει η γαλλική επαναστατική στρατιά του Ρήνου στο Βερολίνο. Θα υποχωρήσουν πάλι οι Γερμανοί, η Ελλάς, η οποία μόνη της, η Ελλαδίτσα με τα 600.000 των τετραγωνικών χιλιομέτρων του ενιαίου χώρου Αιγαίου, Νοτίας Κρήτης, Λιβικού Πελάγους και Ιονίου, βεβαίως είναι μεγαλύτερης γεωστρατηγικής σημασίας από τη Γερμανία. Στο τέλος, εμείς θα μπούμε στο Βερολίνο, όπως πάντα».

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