•   
  •   
  •   

Offbeat Steinmeier: "Pandemic will not steal our future"

08:40  29 november  2020
08:40  29 november  2020 Source:   dw.com

NBA Draft tracker 2020: Live results, grades, pick analysis for Rounds 1-2

  NBA Draft tracker 2020: Live results, grades, pick analysis for Rounds 1-2 Keep track of every pick during the 2020 NBA Draft with Sporting News' instant grades and analysis as selections are announced Wednesday night.Minnesota appears to have narrowed down its options to Anthony Edwards or LaMelo Ball if it keeps the pick, but a trade can't be ruled out. A surprise move at the top of the board could have a domino effect and change the plans of several teams.

The few members of the media who were allowed to be read in on this operation were able to keep it secret all this time, and Pieczenik thanks them for doing so. “This has been a set up by Trump for a long, long time,” he says. “This is our counter-coup against the Bidens.” Arrests are coming right away.

Future of Work expert Dan Schawbel and Oracle's Emily He discuss. I am fascinated by the way technology is reshaping human connections and impacting our life, work and business. As SVP of the human capital management cloud business group at Oracle, I have first-hand experience working with

Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier encouraged the population at the beginning of Advent. Although because of the Corona crisis, further waiver is initially required, Germany can be full of confidence.

Provided by Deutsche Welle © AFP Provided by Deutsche Welle

Advances in medical research give hope that the pandemic will not dominate everyday life in the long term. "The pandemic will not rob us of the future," wrote the head of state in a guest post for "Bild am Sonntag".

Cohesion in rough times

Steinmeier praised the behavior of the population in the crisis since spring. "Consideration and solidarity of the overwhelming majority of Germans show that our society sticks together, even when times are rough." The wide range of support for those who were hit particularly hard by the crisis proved that democracy was not powerless to face the crisis, wrote the Federal President.

What Is The Great Reset And Why Are People Blaming Justin Trudeau?

  What Is The Great Reset And Why Are People Blaming Justin Trudeau? If you’ve been on social media in recent weeks, you’ve likely seen talk of the “great reset” in terms of the COVID-19 pandemic. The phrase was trending across Twitter earlier this week, largely fuelled by far-right conservative personalities alleging that certain world leaders, including Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, had a role in creating or exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic for their own personal gain or for a grand overhaul of society. On Friday, Trudeau was asked about the topic during his daily COVID-19 briefing.

The pandemic will strengthen the state and reinforce nationalism. Governments of all types will adopt emergency measures to manage the crisis, and many will be loath to relinquish these new powers when the crisis is over. The COVID-19 pandemic will not fundamentally alter global economic directions.

You think I don't know how to get by without money 3:42 Nothing will be saved after this, use it 3:45 They're on the backfoot lets deliver another blow 3:48 Let us use our sight to our advantage 3:50 If they try something I'll see it 3:52 My troops stay hidden one day more 3

Weihnachtsbeleuchtung ja, Weihnachtsmärkte gibt es im Corona-Jahr aber nicht © Rupert Oberhäuser / dpa / picture alliance Christmas lights yes, there are no Christmas markets in the Corona year, but

Currently, for reasons of infection protection, a lot of things that normally make the dark days shine are required: "Visiting the Christmas market, the get-togethers with loved ones, Christmas parties in a club, singing together ... It is difficult to do without all that - even for me personally! "

Distance yes, closeness too

The Advent weeks are quieter this year. "But even if we keep our distance from one another, we can be close," wrote Steinmeier and appealed: "Let us show the people around us attention and affection, let us give hope and often a friendly word, let us pick up the phone or write - very old-fashioned - another letter! "

He wishes all people in this country confidence and solidarity. "Let's stay together and take care of each other: now in the times of Corona and in the time after!"

haz / ack (dpa, rtr)

Coronavirus live updates: If hospitalizations continue to rise, holiday gatherings will be banned, Legault says .
Updated throughout the day on Tuesday, Dec. 1. Questions/comments: ariga@postmedia.com Top updates If hospitalizations continue to rise, holiday gatherings will be banned, Legault says Liberals want to grill Arruda about Christmas plan, rapid testing and Fauci comment Quebec reports 1,177 new cases, 28 deaths as hospitalizations rise Quebecers most opposed to bans on holiday gatherings, poll finds Should anti-mask protestors forfeit COVID-19 medical care? Canadians not worried other countries will get vaccine first: poll Economy grew at a record pace in third quarter of 2020, Statistics Canada says Here’s where Montrealers can get tested today Sign up for our free

usr: 0
This is interesting!