Saturday, March 25, 2017

خبر خوش: دیوید راکفلر 
David Rockefeller, 
نوه بنیانگذار کمپانی نفتی استاندارد 
Grandson of Standard Oil Co-Founder, 
بالاخره در روز دوشنبه 20 مارس 2017 در سن 101 سالگی(!!) بدرک واصل شد
David Rockefeller, the billionaire businessman, died Monday. He was 101.
مرگ بر تمامی سرمایه داران(1% ها)--- زنده باد بقیه بشریت 
پاینده باد آنارشیسم: همبستگی /عشق/ کمک متقابل

Rockefeller died in his sleep at his home in suburban Pocantico Hills, New York, according to his spokesman, Fraser P. Seitel.
He was the youngest of six children born to John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the grandson of Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller. With the passing of his siblings, he became the guardian of his family's fortune and head of a sprawling network of family interests. (by ASSOCIATED PRESS)
7 Anti-Aging Foods That Everyone Over 40 Should Eat
هفت مواد غذائی ضد پیری که هر کس بالای 40  سال باید بخورد  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn_1dRTkeFM
7:26
14 Dic. 2015بارگذاری شده در 14 دسامبر 

The fountain of youth resides in your kitchen.
چشمه جوانی در آشپزخانه شماست .
Stock up on these 7 anti-aging foods to drastically
 improve your quality of life. 
این هفت مواد غذائی را برای بهبود عمده کیفیت زندگیتان همیشه
 در آشپزخانه داشته باشید 
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سخنرانی یهودی ضد صهیونیست خانم جکی واکر
Jewish anti-Zionist Jackie Walker
در اسکاتلند
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ترجمه از : پیمان پایدار

Jewish anti-Zionist Jackie Walker utterly destroys pro-Zionist Jonathan Hoffman when he questions her about the skewed IHRA definition of anti-Semitism which is being used to silence legitimate criticism of Israel.
یهودی ضد صهیونیست خانم "جکی واکر" کاملا داغان میکند "جاناتان هافمن" حامی صهیونیست را وقتی که از او درباره تعریف ا.ب.ی.ه (مخفف سازمان زیر-م) از ضد سامی گرائی که برای خفه کردن انتقادات مشروع از اسرائیل استفاده می شود سئوال میکند .
IHRA:The International Holocaust Remembrance Allianceاتحاد بین المللی  یادبود هولوکاست 

Jackie Walker, who is accused of anti-Semitism for her anti-Zionist position will be doing a speaking tour of Scotland during March, hosted by Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign. This is an important meeting for all anti-racists, free speech and human rights supporters, particularly due to Israeli embassy attempts to 'take down' elected representatives here in the UK.

جکی واکر، که  بخاطر مواضع ضد صهیونیستی اش متهم به ضد سامی گرائی ست  یک تور سخنرانی در اسکاتلند در طی ماه مارس گذاشته، با میزبانی پویش(کمپین)  همبستگی اسکاتلندئی ها با فلسطین . این یک جلسه مهم برای همه ضد نژادپرستان، حامیان آزادی بیان و حقوق بشر میباشد، بخصوص با توجه به  اینکه سفارت اسرائیل تلاش در 'به پائین کشیدن'، نمایندگان منتخب در اینجا در انگلستان است.

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Edinburgh : Mon 27 March - St Columba's, 14 Johnston Terrace
Aberdeen: Tue 28 March - ACT Aberdeen, 33 King Street
Dundee : Wed 29 March - Dalhousie Building, LT2, Dundee Uni
Glasgow : Thu 30 March - UNISON Office, 84 Bell Street
All meetings 6.30pm for 7pm start


کمک متقابل (آنارشی-م) در انقلاب اسپانیا

Apoyo Mutuo | Spanish Revolution - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJE4pcBioKw
16 nov. 2016 - Subido por Spanish Revolution

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EL APOYO MUTUO - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ-UgV3I9tg

10 ago. 2013 - Subido por cgtvalencia

Introducción a les tesis de Kropotkin sobre el apoyo mutuo como a factor de evolución. 
مقدمه ای به تئوری کروپوتکین پیرامون کمک متقابل بعنوان فاکتوری در فرگشت . 
Subtitulado en castellano.زیر نویس به اسپانیائی

El apoyo mutuo - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWyJCHFepkA
22 sept. 2016 - Subido por Empoderamiento en Salud Mental

El apoyo mutuo. Empoderamiento en Salud ... 
کمک متقابل. قدرتمند شدن در (سلامت و) بهداشت
Documental sobre el exilio español en México: Los niños de ...
مستندی در مورد پناهندگان اسپانیائی در مکزیک
¿Qué te parecería si te dijéramos que el motor de la evolución es el mutualismo y no la competencia entre especies como postula el neodarwinismo?


چی فکر میکنید اگر به شما بگیم که موتور فرگشت(تکامل) کمک متقابله و نه رقابت بین گونه ها اونطوری که نئو داروینیستها میگن ؟
¿Qué te parecería si te dijéramos que estamos formados por comunidades de células autoorganizadas que se han asociado gracias a la simbiosis de diferentes bacterias?

چی فکر میکنید اگر به شما بگیم که ما توسط جوامع خود سازمان یافته شده از سلول هائی تشکیل شده ایم که به شکر همزیستی باکتری های مختلف مرتبط بوده اند؟
Sin ese apoyo mutuo, ni tú ni yo existiríamos.
بدون چنین حمایت/کمک متقابل، نه شما و نه من وجود نخواهیم داشت .
El darwinismo social sigue dándose en la forma con que el estado y las empresas quieren moldearnos pese a la interdependencia entre humanos.

داروینیسم اجتماعی همچنان با این ایده پیش میره که دولت و شرکت ها می خوان ما را, با وجود وابستگی متقابل بین انسان ها, به قالب های خودشون در بیارن .

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ترجمه از : پیمان پایدار

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

El ingeniero mas grande de america 
بزرگترین مهندسی در آمریکا
NEZAHUALCOYOTL
نزاهوالکویتل
Cultura Azteca y Cultura فرهنگ آزتک هاMaya
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njoHL-ZiurM
7:53
A Salsa Version of Beethoven
نسخه موسیقی سالسا(آمریکای لاتینی-م) از بتهوون
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xjzyHqSt44
4:45
9 feb. 2013بروز شده در
Salsa Clásicoسلسای کلاسیک

We're back from Iran. 

ما از ایران برگشتیم

Here's what most surprised us.

و در اینجا چیزهائی که خیلی ما را متعجب ساخت
https://www.pri.org/stories/2016-02-16/were-back-iran-heres-what-most-surprised-us

ترجمه سر تیترها و زیر عکسی  از : پیمان پایدار







The capital city of Tehran, Iran, is cosmopolitan, food-centric and 
not as conservatively religious as we'd expected.
تهران ، پایتخت ایران، شهریست جهان وطن ،غذا محور و
نه آنقدر ها محافظه کار مذهبی که ما انتظار داشتیم .
Credit: 
Matthew Bell






Iran has been shut off for most people in America for 37 years, so us first-timers were visiting a place we knew about only through the headlines, and had to be totally open to having our perceptions changed. And they were.

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Since we're just back with these fresh thoughts, we wanted to run down the top moments or things we encountered that tweaked our understanding of the place.
We did not want to attribute these anecdotes to specific people for their own safety and interest.
Our overall impression is spurred by a quote we heard that when the revolution happened in 1979, a lot of people knew what they didn't want. They just didn't know what they wanted.
Now it seems that Iranians, at least in Tehran, are getting much clearer about what they do want.

The World host Marco Werman interviews a food blogger in Tehran, Iran.
Credit: 
Matthew Bell
On-the-ground freedom
داشتن آزادی برای ما خبرنگاران در سئوال کردن از مردم
It's surprising how much freedom we had as journalists to get out, go around and talk to the people we wanted to. But probably the first thing is that we did this trip at all.
We applied for visas — and a lot of news organizations get rejected, they have to apply multiple times. But we jumped through some of the bureaucratic hoops and got the green light from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. That entity oversees the fixer and translation agency that is your official contact and point of entry into Iran.
We had an official minder with us the whole time. There were some reminders of security restrictions here and there, but for the most part it was really interesting how we were able to get out and just talk to so many people.
An emboldened society
جامعه ای جسور
Years of sanctions and authoritarianism in Iran seem to have emboldened people in some ways. 
Whether it's downloading music from the the Internet using virtual private networks — which a lot of people in seem to be using — that skirt you outside of the eyes of government so you can access YouTube and Soundcloud and Facebook. Apparently some of these VPNs are legal, others are not, but people are using them and not really worried about getting caught.
Then there's the way many women seem to be challenging how they wear the hijab — letting it slip farther back off their hairline until there are these moments when they realize it's slipping way too far back and they move it back on their head. And sometimes pairing that symbol of modesty with clothes that suggest the opposite like, thigh-high leather boots or designer clothes.

Just after the anniversary of the Islamic Iranian revolution, a billboard in Tehran displays a photo of the supreme leader.
Credit: 
Matthew Bell
More secular than we thought
غیر مذهبی تر/سکولارتر از آنی که ما می پنداشتیم
In Tehran when we asked people about Friday prayers, most people kind of looked at us with a quizzical look, as if saying, "I don't go to Friday prayers."
If you do want to go to Friday prayers in Iran, there are only certain congregational mosques that do the services, and people do, indeed, congregate there.
In offices and billboards, especially because of the anniversary of the revolution, there were images of the supreme leader's face and this was a reminder of who's in charge of the state. But talking to people from the city, we got such a cosmopolitan vibe and a really a secular vibe.
We met a woman who told us this incredible story of Michael Jackson, who died in June of 2009 — about a week after Iran's elections were disputed elections and people were killed in the streets of Tehran. She told us she was crying, and her mother asked if it was because of the violence.
"Yes, I'm very upset about that," she told her mother, "but I'm really upset about Michael Jackson dying, because it means he's never gonna play in Iran in my lifetime."
"Welcome to the land of contrast"
"به سرزمین تضاد ها خوش آمدید"
At a rally of hardliners for the regime, we heard cries of "Death to America! Death to Israel!"
But when they turned to us and saw I had a microphone in my hand — because we're pretty obviously foreigners there — people would say hello and ask where we were from.
Invariably they said, "Welcome to Iran!" and often people would say, "We love America!" — including a man from the secret police, we thought.
Then they would turn back into the crowd and we'd hear the cries of "Death to America!" again.
A focus on food
تمرکز بر روی غذا
Sure, there's kebab and shishleek, or marinated lamb chomps. But the idea of introducing fruits into savory dishes — lamb with apricots and pomegranate juice or chicken with rice flavored with sour cherries — this is something that really sets Persian cuisine apart.  
The whole city of Tehran, like Paris, seems geared toward really enjoying that food despite years of deprivation caused by sanctions.
Iranians have built up a thriving fast-food industry that may or may not be a good thing, but you can get great kebab to go. There are green grocers everywhere with extraordinary fruit, and bread ovens in the city just exude this incredible smell.
Then there was an amazing saffron ice cream dish served with a signature Iranian dessert called faloodeh, a side of tiny, vermicelli-like noodles that are frozen, and then doused with lemon juice and sweet cherry syrup. 
This is just a taste of our first impressions, but you'll be seeing more Tehran stories in the following days.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Marco Werman and Matthew Bell from PRI's The World spent seven days in Tehran, Iran, around the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.