Trump assures his supporters in Washington that he will “never” concede victory

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured this Wednesday at a rally with his supporters outside the White House that he would never admit he lost the election, as Congress prepared to certify Joe Biden’s victory.

“We never give up. We will never concede, ”Trump told the cheering crowd. “We are going to stop the theft (…) We have won the elections.”

He also urged Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday to failure to certify Joe Biden’s electoral victory in a session of Congress scheduled for this afternoon, repeating unfounded allegations of electoral fraud.

“If Mike Pence does the right thing, we win the election,” Trump told his supporters gathered outside the White House. “You have the absolute right to do so.”

“Mike Pence will have to help us, and if he doesn’t, it will be a sad day for our country,” Trump added, calling Republican lawmakers planning to certify Biden “weak.

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SSG recommends strengthening the immune system with physical activation and a healthy diet – Dependencies Bulletins

Guanajuato, January 12, 2021.- The Guanajuato Ministry of Health recommends seeking a healthy diet and performing physical activation to reduce risks in times of Covid-19.

Having a correct diet combined with the practice of physical activity for 30 to 60 minutes a day and the adequate consumption of plain water and drinks without added sugar.

The consumption of seasonal fruits such as mandarin and orange is important for its high content of vitamin “C”, which will help prevent colds and respiratory diseases.

Combine foods and include vegetables in meals such as apple salads with pineapple or sweet salads based on lettuce adding fruit such as blueberries, strawberries, and little nuts.

Avoiding foods with dressings such as cream, butter and mayonnaise or if they are used in very small quantities (1 teaspoon) to avoid weight gain.

The Guanajuato Health Secretariat informs that it is important to consider that no food is bad, but excessive consumption of food and not measuring our portions is what makes us have an increase in weight this Christmas season.

Physical activity is a healthy way to be, be it walking, running, going to the gym, whatever everyone likes, but always doing some activity.

In addition, exercising helps prevent high blood pressure, certain types of cancer and sleep, releases tension, improves digestion, stress management and self-esteem.

The activities should be at least thirty minutes a day, if the person is not used to doing physical activity, they should start progressively first with ten minutes and increase the time per week as the body endures, without trying too hard to meet thirty minutes, or until completing the hour of physical activation.

In this season, it is advisable to do physical activation indoors to avoid exposure to sudden changes in temperature.

During physical activation, hydration should be maintained with plain water before, during and after physical activity.

It is also important to do a physical warm-up for five to ten minutes before starting the routine, with smooth and continuous movements that aim to prepare the body for exercise and reduce the risk of injury.

It is recommended that the evolution of the movements always follow one direction, either from head to feet in reverse, in this way no muscle group is omitted.

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More than a victory for Banyoles in a direct duel

It was not another match on Sunday at noon at Miquel Morató. Banyoles received Sants in the duel between penultimate and leather category. Any misstep could be lethal for those of Pitu Batlle, who, in a season full of obstacles of all kinds, try to keep their heads out of the water with the resources they have. The 0-1 penalty from the visitor Ot, already in the second half, put things very upside down for the banyolins. However, ninety minutes in the new field of Banyoles are very long. Aware of the importance of the points, those from Pla de l’Estany did not lower their arms for a long time and continued to try despite the 0-1 blow. The prize reached the limit of regulation time with a header from Venzal that equalized the score (1-1).

The joy did not end here, because the banyolins were not enough. Momo, who was making his debut, had two clear chances in the extra time before, in the last second of the six-minute timeout, the Banyolins culminated the comeback with a Sala goal. The 2-1 overwhelmed the euphoria between the local players and a small group of fans watching the match from behind a fence. With the victory, Banyoles adds 7 points and tomorrow recovers the postponement against Vilassar.

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Worked victory of the Uni in Zaragoza

L‘Spar Girona has achieved a new victory. He did it on the track of the Saragossa (76-80) in a very hard-fought match by the team coached by Alfred Julbe and that they have not been able to sentence until the end because some Aragonese very well planted on the track have put the things very difficult to those of Fontajau.

Uni has had moments where it looked like they were escaping on the scoreboard, with 7-18 in the first period or 29-37 in the second. But the locals did not let themselves be intimidated and came to the break with a point below (46-47), although they had previously managed to put themselves above (46-43).

In the last quarter, Girona once again had an advantage of 11 points (62-73) which they did not know how to take advantage of, and they had to suffer until the end to seal the victory. With 76-78, Reisingerova and Elonu missed their shots, but the locals did not know how to concretize the defensive rebound and Chelsea Gray sentenced from the free kick (76-80).

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GEiEG Uni Girona begins the year with a great victory against Matar

He GEiEG Uni Girona he started the year and the second round of the championship with a great victory against Mataró (66-44), a match that the team led by Joan Pau Torralba sentenced in the last period thanks to a convincing partial 22-3.

In fact, the match until then had been very evenly matched and neither team had managed to escape on the scoreboard. The visiting team had tried in the second period (19-24) and in the third (30-36), but the locals always knew how to react to these differences against and made the final thrust in the last 10 minutes of game. All this, without Torralba being able to count, due to injury, on Mireia Daura, Carla Jou and Núria Bagaria.

In this way, the Girona girls took revenge for the defeat in Mataro before Christmas (59-58) and added the third victory of the season, which takes them away from the last position.

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How Paris can support the preservation of LGBTQI history and culture

Tribune. Over the past fifty years, a movement has emerged around the world to trace the past of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, queer, intersex (LGBTQI) and preserve their cultures. This movement is necessary because the experience of LGBTQI people has been excluded from the archives by the traditional institutions that generate the history of our societies. This has resulted in a loss of historical understanding both for LGBTQI people and for society in general. The initiatives aimed at repairing this erasure depend on the specificities of the countries and regions concerned, but they share common objectives: documenting the LGBTQI experience in the past and present; make this documentation available to researchers of all kinds; support the production and dissemination of historical LGBTQI knowledge; and create an LGBTQI public memory through exhibitions, programming and cultural activities.

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One of the fundamental missions of this movement is the creation of structures designed and led by the LGBTQI community itself, in order to bring together and interpret the primary sources of its history and culture. As the people involved in creating, operating and supporting them, we are able to identify the qualities that are essential to their success. We know they will be effective precisely because they take root in the LGBTQI community. The impetus behind their foundation, development and use does not come from elected officials, governments, political parties or academic institutions, but from people genuinely concerned with the past that they are committed to. archive. It is they who respond to the deep desire of the LGBTQI community to claim a place in time and history for those who have been exiled from it. They do this by combining the development of innovative collections, research and critical knowledge while being attentive and responsive to the changing needs of the community.

Requirement of independence and neutrality

This intimate connection between LGBTQI communities and the structures that support their history and public memory is crucial for the production of original, credible and richly detailed knowledge about the LGBTQI past. It enables them to move beyond designs that traditionally define what is historically significant and relevant when it comes to stories and materials to be preserved. It encourages them to rethink the boundaries between archives, libraries and museums, which have the effect of further dispersing the fragments of the LGBTQI past. It also enables them to build and nurture close relationships with individuals on an individual basis, which makes it possible to identify and acquire collections that public archives miss or of which they do not perceive the importance. Finally, it allows them to understand how archives that may seem innocuous in the eyes of traditional institutions are often very rich sources for understanding the history of LGBTQI people.

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To be successful, it is just as important that LGBTQI archives clearly state their demands for independence and neutrality. Their missions, their collections, their programs, their exhibitions and their publications do not reflect the positions of any elected representative, any political party or the point of view of any LGBTQI group in particular. They strive to document history from every possible angle, whether it is political issues, movements, struggles or the everyday life experiences of LGBTQI people. Likewise, they seek to make this documentation available to researchers without partisan considerations. This impartial way of working fosters a relationship of trust between LGBTQI archives and LGBTQI people who know that their memory will be safeguarded, regardless of their personal commitments. And together, it strengthens the legitimacy of these archive centers as contributors to the history of society as a whole.

Preparatory work

All of this does not mean that the state and the university have no role to play in efforts to document the past and participate in the production of historical knowledge of LGBTQIs. In many countries, community-created and managed LGBTQI archive centers receive funding, resources and technical support from the state, regions, municipalities and other public bodies. Higher education and research establishments have built innovative partnerships with these archive centers by providing them with the places and personnel necessary to ensure their operation, leaving the collection, programming and organization of public events in the hands of the community. Such approaches help to establish a productive dialogue between the state, institutional archives, the university and community organizations.

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Despite the international scope of its LGBTQI heritage, Paris has not yet opened a dedicated archive center. Fortunately, the Archives LGBTQI collective, an association founded in 2017, did the preparatory work. It brings together associations and committed people who have the skills and networks required to carry out the task. The members of the collective have developed a proposal for an archive center reflecting best practices in the field and which will give the LGBTQI community the main role in reconstructing its own history.

To take the next step, it will require a respectful commitment on the part of the public authorities, as is the case in many countries. In Paris, Ile-de-France and at the national level, the authorities are now in a position to confirm their commitments to civil society by fully supporting the project of the Archives LGBTQI collective. They will thus help ensure that Paris takes its rightful place alongside the cities that host structures dedicated to the recognition of the LGBTQI past, which is a significant component of public memory, for all of their people. residents and their visitors.

Signatories: Ralf Dose, co-founder of Center Magnus-Hirschfeld-Gesellschaft (Berlin); Ben Miller, Board Member of Gay Museum (Berlin); Katja Koblitz, co-founder of the Spinnboden Lesbian Archives and Library (Berlin); Executive Committee of theAustralian Lesbian and Gay Archives (Parkville, Australia); Hannes Sulzenbacher, co-director of QWIEN Center for Queer History (Vienna); Bruno Brulon AMAI Latin American Network of Archives, Museums, Collections and LGBTQIA + Researchers (Sao Paulo) ; Franco Reinaudo, director of the Museum of Sexual Diversity (São Paulo); Jacques Prince, president of Gay Archives of Quebec (Montreal); Raegan Swanson, Executive Director of The ArQuives (Toronto) ; Museum Q (Bogotá); Tobias Haimin de Fønss Wung-Sung et Bengt Olson du LGBT + Denmark Library National Association for Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgender People (Copenhagen); Transmaricabollo de Sol Assembly (Madrid); Julio Capó Jr and Emily K. Hobson, co-chairs of the Committee on LGBT History (United States) ; Terry Beswick, Managing Director of GLBT Historical Society (San Francisco); John Anderies, Director of John J. Wilcox Jr. Archives, William Way LGBT Community Center (Philadelphia); Nicole Verdes, President of the Board of Directors of Lambda Archives of San Diego (San Diego); Gary Wasdin, Managing Director of Leather Archives and Museum (Chicago); Deborah Edel, treasurer, Joan Nestle, co-founder, and Morgan Gwenwald, coordinator of the Lesbian Herstory Archives (Brooklyn, New York); Ms. Bob Davis, director of Louise Lawrence Transgender Archive (Vallejo, California); Chris E. Vargas, Managing Director of Museum of Transgender Hirstory and Art (Bellingham, Washington); Hunter O’Hanian, PDG du Stonewall National Museum and Archives (Fort Lauderdale, Florida); Association Medusa (Paris) ; Simone-de-Beauvoir Audiovisual Center (Paris); Chrystel Grosso du Family Planning Documentation Center (Paris) ; Lesbian Archives, Research and Cultures (ARCL, Paris); Christian de Leusse, founder of Memory of sexualities (Marseille) ; Minority memories (Lyon) ; Athens Museum of Queer Arts (AMOQA, Athens); Arvind Narrain and T. Jayashree from Queer Archive for Memory, Reflection and Activism (Bangalore, India); Orla Egan, founder and curator of the Cork LGBT Archive (Cork, Ireland); Sara de Giovanni, director of Flavia-Madaschi Documentation Center, Cassero LGBTI Center (Bologne) ; CRAAAZI, independent transfeministaqueer research and archive center (Bologna); Miguel Alonso Hernández Victoria, director ofMiscellaneous files and memories (Mexico); Lonneke van den Hoonaard, Director General of IHLIA LGBT Heritage (Amsterdam); Steering Committee of Society for Queer Memory (Prague); Sigrid Nielsen and Bob Orr, Founders of Lavender Menace LGBT+ Books Archive (Edinburgh); EJ Scott, curator of the Museum of Transology, Bishopsgate Institute (London); Joseph Galliano, co-founder and CEO of Queer Britain (London); Ana-Dolori Marinović, President of the QRAB The Queer Movement’s Archive and Library (Gothenburg, Sweden); Ulf Petersson, co-founder of Unstraight Museum (Stockholm) ; Center Grisélidis Réal (Geneva) ; Aylime Asli Demir, coordinator of Kaos Gay and Lesbian Cultural Research and Solidarity Association (Ankara); Dinh Thi Nhung, fondatrice du Sudden Table (Hanoi).

Collectif Archives LGBTQI

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Fourth day of cuts and claims of fishermen in Santa Fe – Viva la radio

The fishermen have been carrying out the force measure since Thursday to protest against the provisions of a Rosario judge, who prohibited the activity until March 31 in response to an injunction filed by legislators and environmentalists.

On Tuesday night they had lifted the cut but they took it up again this Wednesday at 8 in both hands. From the Victoria side, they divert traffic at the tollbooth to Rosario.

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Every two hours they let cars pass to avoid conflicts. They assure that the measure affects more than 7,000 people indirectly and 4,400 directly.

“They said that the province presented a precautionary measure and that they were looking to sign a project, but we have no concrete answer. We want to go out to work,” said José Luis Díaz, a self-convened fisherman, to Chain 3.

“We ask that what this judge from Rosario said be revoked in order to continue working,” he told Chain 3 Claudio, another fisherman in the area.

For four days now, fishermen have cut the route with lounge chairs and canoes, generating a long queue of trucks and cars.

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During the afternoon of this Tuesday, the Civil Association of Fishermen of north-central Santa Fe decided to lift the cuts until Thursday of next week, although protests by self-organized groups continue.

The leader Jesús Pérez explained to Chain 3 that they took the measure “to avoid problems with the people” and because they cannot keep the routes cut off for so long.

“It will be until Thursday, because from that day on we can get more money from the product for sale to the domestic market and to the tourist,” he warned.

The fishermen ask the provincial government to act in the face of what they consider to be “an unconsulted measure”, since they were not summoned to analyze their situation prior to Judge Carbajo’s measure, and they maintain that the livelihood of “at least 4,200 families “.

Sources from the Omar Perotti administration pointed out that the State prosecutor, Rubén Weder, appealed this Tuesday at noon what was resolved by the Rosario judge.

Report by Muriel Yadanza, Eugenia Iérmoli and Emiliano Guardia.

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LeBron and Davis impose their law in the victory against the Spurs

LeBron James and Anthony Davis rose to the ground this Friday in the NBA to impose their law on the court in the Los Angeles Lakers victory over the San Antonio Spurs by 109-103.

LeBron showed skill and strength to lead alongside teammate Davis in the victory, having reached the break at the front by just one point (58-57). As expected, the Lakers took the win at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.

Davis excelled with 34 points and 11 rebounds while LeBron left with a triple-double of 26 points, 11 sacks and 10 assists, and between the two they made seven triples, four from the first and three for the second, which contributed 21 points. .

In Dallas, the Slovenian Luka Doncic overwhelmed the Miami Heat, who fell to the Mavericks with a score of 93 to 83. The European left with 27 points and a whopping 15 rebounds, in addition to distributing seven assists. The Texan team entered the game with a 2-3 balance to occupy twelfth place in the Western Conference, out of the eight tickets that are given for the ‘playoffs’. They escorted Doncic in the touchdown Tim Hardaway Jr., with 18 points, Dorian Finney-Smith with 12 and Josh Richardson with 11 points.

On the other hand, for the whole of the ´Capital del Sol´, defending champions of the Eastern Conference, the center Bam Adebayo stood out, who dominated under the boards with 19 points and 11 sacks. The Texan team beat Miami in the rebounding chapter (49-41).

Doncic, with his performance, surpassed his compatriot Goran Dragic, who was diminished with 10 points and seven assists at the American Airlines Center stadium in Dallas, Texas. This was the first time in three career games that Doncic beat Dragic, as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak against Miami. The Mavericks were 12 of 37 on three-point attempts.

Heat star Jimmy Butler, who returned after missing two games due to a sprained right ankle, scored just two points, three rebounds and two assists in 27 minutes.

Defeat of the Nets

In Brooklyn, the Atlanta Hawks taught the local Nets and their stars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant a lesson in good basketball by defeating them 114-96. All five Atlanta starters had double-digit scores, with DeAndre Hunter leading the way with 23 points, followed by Trae Young with 21, John Collins with 20 and eight rebounds, and Cam Reddish and Clint Capela with 12 points each, while that the latter also captured 11 balls under the boards.

Forward Durant excelled with 28 points and eight rebounds, while Irving was limited in scoring with 18 points, although he excelled in the rebounding fight with 11 sacks.

In other results of the day, the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Charlotte Hornets 108-93, the Detroit Pistons beat the Boston Celtics 96-93, the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Chicago Bulls 126-96, the Washington Wizards prevailed. the Minnesota Timberwolves 130-109 and the Utah Jazz defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 106-100.

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Comfortable victory for Praviano (3-0)

Praviano achieved a comfortable victory against Avilés Stadium that continues to close the classification and still does not know the victory. At the start of the match, Praviano was slightly better, owner of the ball and the chances, and also managed to get ahead on the scoreboard through Rafa Felgueroso. As the minutes passed, the Avilés Stadium gained ground and confidence, enjoying several occasions, first from Babá and later from Moha and Samu. .

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley plans to object to Biden’s victory

Washington Republican Senator Josh Hawley announced on Wednesday that he will oppose the ratification of the electoral victory of President-elect Joe Biden during the session of Congress scheduled for that purpose, forcing a vote on the result of the November elections.

The maneuver of Hawley, an ally of outgoing President Donald Trump, is doomed to failure and will not prevent Congress from ratifying Biden’s victory in the session scheduled for next January 6, but it will ensure a long debate and vote on the triumph of the president-elect.

“I will file an objection during the certification process on January 6,” Hawley said in a statement.

On that day, both houses of Congress will meet to put the final seal on the result of the elections, and it is only enough for one member of the Lower House and another of the Senate to oppose the counting of electoral votes in a state for them to challenge it.

Several Republicans in the Lower House, such as Congressman Mo Brooks, have said they plan to challenge electoral votes in some key states, and Hawley’s announcement gives them an ally in the Senate, ensuring that they will succeed in executing their plan.

However, to invalidate the result in one or more states, they would have to pass a vote of both houses, something that in practice is impossible because the Democrats, Biden’s party, control the Lower House.

“I have no doubt that next Wednesday, Joe Biden will be confirmed as the 46th president of the United States, when we accept the Electoral College vote,” said the Speaker of the Lower House, Democrat Nancy Pelosi, in a news conference.

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The January 6 session in Congress is the last step in the process of certifying the electoral result, and will give free rein to Biden’s arrival to power on January 20.

Therefore, the maneuver that day will be the last attempt by Trump to interfere in the outcome of the elections, a strategy that many have compared to an attempted coup.

Trump has filed dozens of unsuccessful lawsuits to challenge the outcome without proof in several key states where Biden won, and has also pressured state officials to manipulate the American vote.

Biden’s victory became definitively official on December 14, when it was confirmed by the Electoral College, and it was then that Republican leader Mitch McConnell recognized the Democrat as president-elect.

But Trump remained steadfast in his defiance of the election result, which has deteriorated his relationship with McConnell, who was hoping to avoid the Senate debate on Biden’s triumph that Hawley plans to trigger.

While there is no prospect that voting in Congress will change the outcome of the election, it will force every Republican lawmaker to stand for or against Trump’s battle against the vote, a final test of loyalty that promises to fill with tension to the party.

Additionally, thousands of Trump supporters, including members of the far-right group Proud Boys, plan to demonstrate in Washington on January 6 to support the outgoing president.

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