Entao queridos leitores.
Algumas pessoas tem deixado o e-mail aqui nos comentarios e pedem pra eu entrar em contato… em minha defesa eu digo que sou PESSIMA nisso… pego o e-mail, anoto e nao lembro de escrever… entao vou deixar o meu e-mail aqui, por que, quem quiser entrar em contato, eh so escrever… responder fica bem mais facil hahahahaha
Entao la vai… email@example.com Podem mandar que eu juro que respondo!! Kkkkkkkk
Ultimo dia 16 fez 4 meses que eu cheguei aqui nas terras geladas (geladas???). O clima aqui ta uma coisa muito louca. Nao, serio meeeeeeeeeeeesmo. Passamos uns belos de uns 15 dias com solzao, temperatures entre 15 e 25… o que pre mim ta perfeito, desde que nao passé dos 15 hahahahahahahah Dai Alice me manda um e-mail perguntando
E chegam em
E o clima tambem esta esquentando em outro sentido por aqui. Com a proximidade da reuniao do G20 e do G8 aqui, no proximo mes, nao se fala em outra coisa que nao seja SEGURANCA. Sim meus queridos leitores… os lideres mais influentes e importantes do mundo todo estarao aqui nos dias 26 e 27 de junho… e qual eh a primeira coisa que vem a cabeca??? Terrorismo! UIA! Que minha mae nao leia isso, poise u jurei a ela que estava vindo morar num pais seguro!! Semana passada houve um “atentado” a uma agencia bacaria em
Aos que leem ingles, segue abaixo a materia do Metro
May 20, 2010 5:50 a.m.
"The government condemns all acts of violence," Vic Toews said in a statement Wednesday.
"The government of
An anarchist group claimed responsibility for the Royal Bank firebombing in
City police are leading the investigation, which destroyed the branch early Tuesday morning. No one was hurt.
In his statement, Toews said he and Prime Minister Stephen Harper had been fully briefed on the incident.
"The (G8-G20) security plan has been developed by
"Let me be clear, we will not be influenced by thugs.”
The Integrated Security Unit says it has reviewed video of the explosion, and is prepared to lend its intelligence expertise to
"Any time this kind of thing happens, there is a need to step back and say ... 'Is this a one time (event)?'" said Michele Paradis, an ISU spokeswoman.
"It's an isolated incident now, and we hope that it stays as an isolated incident. We'll work on it from there."
The ISU is a joint-forces team drawing from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canadian Forces, and provincial and regional police. The goal is to protect the heads of state attending the G20 and G8 summits, and also to keep the host communities safe.
The unit was prepared for an incident such as the firebombing, Paradis said.
"We've been planning for all of this, and have been since Day 1," she said. "There has always been an element of the population that comes here (to summits) to commit...[
... criminal acts."
Violent protesters probably won't get very far, said security analyst John Thompson, president of the Mackenzie Institute in
"This is not a group that would be able to get anywhere close to the secure area."
City police have laid no charges and are saying little. The Ontario Fire Marshal's office is assisting.
Witnesses said three or four males were seen running from the scene and leaving the area in an SUV shortly before the fire was reported at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday.
In a statement issued hours after the fire, an anarchist group said members targeted a Royal branch because the bank was a sponsor of the Vancouver Olympics, which were held on "stolen indigenous land."
The group also said the bank was a major financier of
The statement was posted on the website ottawa.indymedia.org, along with a video showing what the group claimed was the bank attack.
The images, shot from across the street, show two people running out of the bank as fire explodes inside the building, shattering windows and causing about $300,000 damage.
"This is an escalation from what these guys have done in the past, and that's worrying," said one federal source.
Thousands of delegates, journalists, interest groups and protesters will fill the streets of
Banks have frequently been the targets of vandalism at recent summits, especially in the wake of the global financial crisis.
In Toronto, bankers have been working with government, security and property management officials for months to ensure the downtown area is safe during the summits,...[ ... said Maura Drew-Lytle, spokeswoman for the Canadian Bankers Association.
Some of the big bank towers in the financial sector will be inside the summit security perimeter, and others will be just on the outside of the fence, she said.
All the banks have developed plans to boost security, reroute their employees, and scale back their downtown activities during the summits.
The Royal Bank is reviewing its own plan in light of the firebombing, said spokeswoman Gillian McArable.
"We will increase security as deemed appropriate," she said, adding that the bank will not comment directly on the anarchists.
Some protesters were quick to distance themselves from the anarchists' claims.
"We are a social justice organization and we don't buy into violent means," said Karen Palmer, spokeswoman for Oxfam
Oxfam had no plans to change the nature of their cross-country protests, despite the heightened concern around dissent. The group's protests are non-violent, said Palmer.
Still, the firebombing highlights Oxfam's dilemma about how far it should go in co-operating with other protest groups, some of whom are more tolerant of confrontation.
"It's a constant debate in Oxfam," Palmer said.
Claudia Calabro of the Toronto Community Mobilization Network, the umbrella group organizing protests around the meetings, said it would neither condemn nor support the firebombing because it is "not interested in speaking about tactics."
In a statement, the network said: "One burnt RBC bank branch pales in comparison to the death and devastation that the G20 policies create worldwide, and the Tar Sands create in
Other organizations that are part of a steering committee for a People's
Possible attacks against corporate sponsors of the Vancouver Olympics were a big concern for security officials prior to the Games.
An intelligence report released early last year revealed that the Royal Bank, a key Games sponsor, had been named specifically in anarchist and anti-Olympic Internet postings.
It said that between September 2007 and May 2009, anarchists claimed responsibility for four attacks in which large rocks were thrown through the windows of Vancouver Royal Bank branches.
"The Games in
The statement also said group members will be in