Gustavo Miranda: Candidato para Dipitado local por Quintana Roo.

Cancun, Qr. Mayo 14, 2019. por Redacción. Gustavo Miranda García, Joven lider empresario, emprendedor, desde muy pequeño se ha preparado para convertirse en lo que es hoy. Una verdadera:

– Promesa del cambio para Quintana Roo y el distrito #8 local –

CREEMOS QUE IMPORTA, ya que este joven que ha trabajado arduamente en la promoción del turismo, la industria sin chimeneas, principal generador de empleo y sea dicho claro; fuente de ingresos en dolares para el Estado y del País.

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Pensamos que México, Cancun y  Quintana Roo, necesita específicamente a Gente como GUSTAVO MIRANDA, ya que no es el clásico perfil del politico que entra a esta labor, para buscar su beneficio personal. Como hemos visto, y  sobran los casos.

GUSTAVO MIRANDA, proviene de una familia pionera de la industria hotelera, y  no tiene la minima necesidad de lucrar con su trabajo; mas bien, observamos, todo lo contrario!.

Es un Joven con todas las ganas, empuje y motivación para “APOYAR Y TRABAJAR POR SU ESTADO Y SU GENTE”.

Desde esta redacción, mantendremos informada a la ciudadanía de sus varias propuestas de trabajo y acciones.

Entre ellas: la del Apoyo a la gente necesitada,  “ECONOMIA FAMILIAR”, donde Gustavo propone; “NO MAS COBROS EXTRAS EN LAS ESCUELAS” y de esta manera, “ESTABILIZAR LA ECONOMÍA DE CADA HOGAR”

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– Mar de dudas

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MAR DE DUDAS

“La gente no sabe amar. Muerde en vez de besar. Abofetea en lugar de acariciar”.

Por Redacción,

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Orden de Trauwitz: no reportar tomas y quemar vehículos, revela exempleado de Pemex | Entérate

Corrupción PEMEX

De Carmen Aristegui, tremendo reportaje, con testimonio increíbles, pero tristemente ciertos.

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Como parte de nuestra misión, la cual; Nos define como un portal digital de noticias. Comprometidos totalmente en exponer casos de corrupción. Es que compartimos estas notas.

Tengan todos un feliz Sabado!

Editor II.

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The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) transits the Strait of Gibraltar

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In our coverage of US Interest and also firm believers of freedom and democracy; we bring you this latest news.

(CVN 72) Entering the Mediterranean Sea as it continues operations in the 6th Fleet area of responsibility in this April 13, 2019 photo supplied by the U.S. Navy. U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clint Davis

(Reuters) – The U.S. aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln, deployed by President Donald Trump’s administration to the Middle East as a warning to Iran, passed through Egypt’s Suez Canal on Thursday, the Suez Canal Authority said.

The deployment of the carrier strike group is meant to show the United States will retaliate with “unrelenting force” to any attack, national security adviser John Bolton said on Sunday.

America Firts 🇺🇸

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This one goes out to all of you,

to all the crazy people, that never understood themselves, neither care for anything that was ordenary.

From AR. 

Broadcasting live from core of my heart.

I really want to say thank you !

For you are Great amazing and extraordinary People, readers & fallowers.

Undestand that it’s not myself,

but rather its you, that inspire me to write.

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”The New York Times”, Last minute communication. For World Press freedom day.

SUPPORT JOURNALISM

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Dear Reader,

I ‘am the international editor of The New York Times, writing to you from our Manhattan newsroom, one of three — the others are in London and Hong Kong — we operate to make sure we can cover the world for you in real time. I want to thank you for reading The Times during our special unlimited access for World Press Freedom Day.

As I wrote in this essay, World Press Freedom Day is a United Nations invention that feels more urgent today than ever before. Freedom of the press is the cornerstone of democracy, but our correspondents and colleagues from other independent news organizations face increasing hurdles and threats as they do their work around the world.

We take very seriously our responsibility to bear personal witness and hold the powerful to account. That’s exactly what our intrepid and brave journalists have been doing in recent weeks in Sri Lanka, where a divided government failed to act on warnings ahead of the horrific attacks on churches and hotels that killed more than 250; in France, to understand the cause and response to the tragic fire at Notre Dame; and in Ethiopia and around the world to trace the responsibility for the devastating crashes of the Boeing Max 8.

We have hundreds of journalists around the globe, and getting them where they need to be — that is, where the news is breaking — costs money. We are committed to doing what it takes, but to support our journalism, and a free press, I hope you will consider becoming a subscriber. If you want to do even more, you can help introduce New York Times journalism to a new generation by providing access to public school studentsthrough our subscription sponsorship program.

Thank you for supporting journalism, and democracy. And thank you for readingDear Reader,
I’m the international editor of The New York Times, writing to you from our Manhattan newsroom, one of three — the others are in London and Hong Kong — we operate to make sure we can cover the world for you in real time. I want to thank you for reading The Times during our special unlimited access for World Press Freedom Day.
As I wrote in this essay, World Press Freedom Day is a United Nations invention that feels more urgent today than ever before. Freedom of the press is the cornerstone of democracy, but our correspondents and colleagues from other independent news organizations face increasing hurdles and threats as they do their work around the world.
We take very seriously our responsibility to bear personal witness and hold the powerful to account. That’s exactly what our intrepid and brave journalists have been doing in recent weeks in Sri Lanka, where a divided government failed to act on warnings ahead of the horrific attacks on churches and hotels that killed more than 250; in France, to understand the cause and response to the tragic fire at Notre Dame; and in Ethiopia and around the world to trace the responsibility for the devastating crashes of the Boeing Max 8.
We have hundreds of journalists around the globe, and getting them where they need to be — that is, where the news is breaking — costs money. We are committed to doing what it takes, but to support our journalism, and a free press, I hope you will consider becoming a subscriber. If you want to do even more, you can help introduce New York Times journalism to a new generation by providing access to public school studentsthrough our subscription sponsorship program.
Thank you for supporting journalism, and democracy. And thank you for reading

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News from our Military academy, Indiana. 91′ Class.

This was the my house for some of the best years! Of my life. I really have to say that I am still a cadet, that is in my soul. Some of the best and most extraordinary people in the world, I meet in this place….  #GoEagles!

Culver’s announcement of New Commandant of Cadets…

I am pleased to convey the very good news to the broad Culver Community that Colonel Michael Squires, U.S. Army, has accepted the position of Commandant of Cadets at Culver and will report for duty in July 2019. His wife, Sarah, and their two children, Adeline, 13, and Declan, 11, also look forward to moving to Culver.

Mike comes to Culver from West Point where he has served first as Tactical Officer of a 1,100 person Regiment and now serves as the Brigade Tactical Officer of the entire 4,500 Cadet Brigade with staff of approximately 85 commissioned and noncommissioned officers. He is responsible for the academic, military, physical and character development of all of the West Point cadets. As part of his duties, he is also serving as a member of the Superintendent’s strategic decision-making team for West Point.

Mike graduated fifth in his class from West Point in 1998 and while at West Point he attended the U.S. Naval Academy for a semester as part of an exchange program. He has the unusual distinction of lettering in Sprint (lightweight) football at both service academies.

As a junior officer he led a 39-man airborne infantry unit in Kosovo and Tunisia and then commanded a 135 soldier mechanized Infantry Company in Iraq. Next, he built a new airborne Ranger Company for combat duty in Afghanistan while commanding targeted raids in support of Joint Special Operations in that country. Following that experience he spent two years at Fort Benning, Georgia leading the training of 4,000 Rangers annually.

Mike was sent by the army in the fall of 2012 to the highly respected Masters’ program at the Sloan School of Management at MIT. He used that education to teach Advanced Economics for three semesters at West Point in the Department of Social Sciences and received the William F. Murdy award for teaching excellence.

After that initial tour at West Point, he became Garrison Commander of Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, Georgia, responsible for 5,000 servicemen from four branches of the nation’s Armed Forces with the mission of readying the airfield for training and as a rapid deployment base. He returned to West Point and his present assignment two years ago.

Mike visited Culver twice this winter and some of you may have seen or met him. We look forward to welcoming him, Sarah, Adeline and Declan to the Culver family this summer.

Sincerely,

Jim Power
Head of Schools
Culver Academies

Pictured: Sarah, Declan, Adeline, and Colonel Michael Squires.

 

USS Abraham Lincoln – Sailing down Beutifully.

REUTERS. Portaviones USS Abraham Lincoln Navengando en el océano Índico. 🇺🇸

El comunicado de John Bolton subraya que “EE.UU. no busca una guerra con el régimen de Irán”, y agrega que Washington “está completamente preparado para responder a cualquier ataque”.

El asesor de Seguridad Nacional de EE.UU., John Bolton, ha anunciado en un comunicado que el país está desplegando el grupo de combate del portaviones USS Abraham Lincoln y un grupo operativo de bombarderos a la región supervisada por el Mando Central (CENTCOM, por sus siglas en inglés) “para enviar un mensaje claro y e inequívoco” a Irán de que “cualquier ataque contra los intereses estadounidenses o de sus aliados se enfrentará con una fuerza implacable”.  — 

Tulum, QR. Mayo 6/19′ – 0515 hrs.

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” Felipe Calderón, Pemex otorgó un contrato por 10 mil 300 millones de pesos para la renta de una plataforma”.

Ciudad de Mexico, Mayo 4. Por Editor II. ‘Paradise Papers’ exhibe corrupción de Felipe Calderón y panistas.

En los inicios del gobierno de Felipe Calderón, Pemex otorgó un contrato por 10 mil 300 millones de pesos para la renta por cinco años de una plataforma marina a una empresa recién creada en Campeche, cuyo dueño fundador es esposo de la actual diputada federal por el PAN, Rocío Matesanz Santamaría.

Una semana después, las acciones de la empresa fueron transferidas a dos sociedades “de gaveta” que habían sido creadas un mes antes de que Calderón asumiera la Presidencia de México en el paraíso fiscal de Islas Caimán, de acuerdo con documentos de la investigación Paradise Papers.

Con el contrato de Pemex, aquella empresa de reciente creación se cotizó muy alto, y empezó a ser codiciada por inversionistas extranjeros que operaban desde los paraísos fiscales de las islas de Bermudas y Gran Caimán, en el Atlántico, y de Guersney, en el Canal de la Mancha. Consorcios de la India y de Inglaterra intentaron quedarse con la mayoría de la compana.

Fox, Calderón y Ruiz en la mira de La Haya por delitos de lesa humanidad

La empresa que obtuvo contratos exprés al mes y medio de haber nacido se llama Sea-Dragon de México.

Su desarrollo fue meteórico, el 15 de marzo de 2007, Pemex publicó en el Diario Oficial la convocatoria para rentar, sin opción a compra, una plataforma de perforación tipo semi-sumergible o de barco perforador, para operar en el Golfo de México.

Al día siguiente de que se lanzó la convocatoria, dos inversionistas de Tabasco iniciaron trámites para crear la empresa. El 16 de marzo de 2007, la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores asignó el permiso número 0400307 para el uso de la razón social Sea-Dragon de México.

Un mes después el empresario chiapaneco José Farrera Redondo acudió al Registro Público de Ciudad del Carmen a inscribir su nueva empresa, la cual había sido constituida ante el notario Emilio del Río Pacheco.

Es decir, los inversionistas crearon Sea-Dragon de México mientras estaba en curso el plazo para inscribirse a la licitación de la plataforma. Al mes y medio de nacer, la empresa ya había ganado el contrato de la plataforma con Pemex.

La asignación fue publicada el 1 de junio en el Diario Oficial de la Federación. El contrato fue por 958 millones 655 mil dólares, equivalente en esos días a 10 mil 300 millones de pesos, con vigencia del 20 de junio de 2007 a diciembre de 2014.

Sabado 4, Mayo. 4:35 a.m.

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