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Whole grains" such as brown rice and barley rice improve diabetes, sleep, and depression


Mental health Lifestyle Diet

 Eating "whole grains" such as whole grain bread, brown rice, sprouted brown rice, millet rice, and barley rice lowers the risk of diabetes and obesity.

 Studies have also shown that a whole grain eating style can improve sleep and prevent depression.

Not All Carbohydrates Are Created Equal

 Choosing the right carbohydrates and adjusting the amount of carbohydrates you eat is the best approach to controlling diabetes. Of the three macronutrients, carbohydrates are the ones that have the most immediate impact on blood sugar, so we need to be careful about how we consume them.

 Eating refined flour or white rice, for example, may contain the same amount of carbohydrates, but because they contain less fiber, they are absorbed more quickly, leading to an increase in postprandial blood glucose." For diabetics who need to control their blood sugar, the recommendation is whole grains," says Carla Duenas.

 Duenas is a dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, a clinical care network with seven hospitals in the U.S. state of Florida. She stresses, "To achieve a healthy diet, whole grains should be included in the diet, along with high-quality protein, vegetables, and fruits."

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 Whole grains are grains that have not had their hulls, seed skins, embryos, or endosperm removed by processing such as milling.

 Many studies have shown that a diet rich in whole grains reduces the risk of diabetes, obesity, and heart disease more than a diet rich in refined grains.

 Familiar whole grains include foods such as bread, pasta, and oatmeal made from whole wheat grains, brown rice, sprouted brown rice, millet rice, and barley rice containing barley.

 Brown rice is a whole grain and rich in fiber. Although whole grains are not necessarily the best choice, replacing white rice with brown rice is recommended for people with diabetes or obesity," Duenas advises.

You get the fiber you tend to lack.

 Carbohydrates can be divided into simple carbohydrates, which raise blood glucose levels quickly, and complex carbohydrates, which raise them slowly. Simple carbohydrates are those found in sweets and fruits, while complex carbohydrates are those found in grains, potatoes, beans, and other foods.

 Complex carbohydrates take longer to be absorbed and raise blood glucose levels at a slower rate because they are broken down into simple carbohydrates before being digested and absorbed.

 Complex carbohydrates are "healthy carbohydrates. Whole grains such as unrefined flour and brown rice have properties similar to complex carbohydrates. They are rich in nutrients that are often lacking, such as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which are lost during the refining process," Duenas points out.

Refined carbohydrates can also cause insomnia.

 Thirty percent of adults suffer from insomnia, and part of the cause may be dietary style. Refined carbohydrates may increase the risk of insomnia in women, according to a study.

 The study showed that postmenopausal women who eat junk foods and soft drinks, especially those high in carbohydrates, are more likely to develop insomnia.

 Conversely, women who consume more fiber-rich fruits and vegetables have a decreased risk of insomnia.

 The study was conducted by James Ganwish and colleagues from the Bagelos School of Medicine at Columbia University in the United States.

77,860 women were studied for three years.

 Insomnia is often treated with pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, both of which are costly to the patient and expensive. Improving one's diet is low-cost, easy to implement, and free of side effects," says Ganwish.

 The study is based on data from observational studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Women's Health Initiative Study (WHI) to obtain information to prevent and treat health problems among women.

 The researchers examined the association between insomnia and 77,860 postmenopausal women who participated in the WHI. They surveyed them about their dietary habits and followed them for three years from 1997 to 2001.

 The participants were analyzed by dividing them into five groups according to GI level, an index that indicates the ease with which blood glucose levels rise after a meal.

 The results revealed a 16% higher risk of developing insomnia and an 11% higher prevalence in the group with higher dietary GI values. The study also found that the higher the intake of vegetables and fruits, the lower the risk of insomnia.

The study also found a lower risk of developing depression.

 The study found that "a spike in blood glucose levels after a meal stimulates the secretion of insulin, which lowers blood glucose, and may lead to a state of hyperinsulinemia. As a result, blood glucose levels drop and the secretion of hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol increases, which may disrupt sleep," explains Ganwish.

 The foods that trigger insomnia may be processed foods that contain high levels of isomerized sugar, which is composed of fructose and glucose. Such foods are not found in nature, but are mass-produced industrially and sold cheaply.

 Fruits also contain fructose, but they are also rich in fiber. Fruits have a low GI and are thought to be less likely to cause postprandial blood sugar elevation.

 A study of 69,954 women who participated in the WHI, published by Ganwish and colleagues in 2015, also showed that women who ate a high GI diet had a 22% higher risk of developing depression.

 Gunwish noted, "We need randomized clinical trials to determine the benefits of improving diet and increasing intake of whole grains and complex carbohydrates to prevent and treat insomnia and depression."

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増 "Well… do you have something you want to tell to Japanese people?"

B "yes, "Konnichiwa!" "

B "well, I would say something not only to the Japanese, but to many other people. how should I put this?

"Most people began to hate Russians by default. But this war was started by our government, not by us. Of course, we don't want this war, nobody wants it. And I assure you, our people have repeatedly gone to rallies against the government. But always people who participate in such events are sent to prison. Even people on the Internet who express a point of view that the government does not like are jailed for misinformation.

And I will not deny that some Russians have succumbed to the propaganda of our government and are expressing support for this "military operation". But many people in other countries are actually the same. They hypocritically pretend that they are concerned about the fate of Ukraine, although in fact they have only recently learned that this country even exists. In reality, if you ask them "What do they think about the DNR and LNR?", they will have absolutely no idea what are you talking about.

It's good if you sincerely worry about Uraina. But the majority worry about Ukrina and hate Russians only and only because it's a trend that their government has set. In other words, this is the same propaganda.

Well, to summarize, I just wanna say "let's just be friendly to each other." Even if our governments are not friendly to each other, this doesn't mean that we should be the same." "




•what do you think about zelenskii

•do you know other politicians except him

•how future is you predict, how future is you want (i mean politically and concretely)

•What do you think about ukranians language law

•how DNR and LNR people life is?

did you see people which changed after starting this war

•what do you think that Russian army kidnap ukranians

•what do you think about that Russian language uses «в» for any country but «он» for yours?

and anything you want to say to Japanese


  • Что вы думаете о Зеленском?
  • Знаете ли вы других политиков, кроме него?
  • Какое будущее вы предсказываете для себя? Какого будущего хотите сами? (политически и вообще)
  • Что вы думаете о законе об украинском языке?
  • Как, по-вашему, живут люди в ЛНР и ДНР?
  • Видели ли вы людей, которые изменились после начала войны?
  • Что вы думаете о том, что русская армия похищает украинцев? и зачем?
  • Как по-вашему, как в русском языке правильно писать - "на Украину" или "в Украину"?
  • Хотите ли вы что-нибудь сказать японцам?


  • Зеленский это человек с Большой буквы, который с приходом обратил внимание на народ и его потребности, Украина менялась и меняться в лучшую сторону, благодаря Народу и его культуре
  • По поводу других политиков, в Украине каждый Украинец знает всех, так как каждый Украинец в Украине интересуется и переживает за свою страну
  • О будущем скажу только одно, Все будет хорошо, и будет ещё лучше... Одно только не вернуть это жизни других людей, детей, а также детей которые потеряли своих родителей.

О своем будущем скажу только одно, что после войны усыноввлю и удочерю детей которые потеряли своих родителей

  • По поводу закона об Украинском языке, так это у каждого государства приемлемо. Но люди не правильно трактуют его. Я только за него, но сам как видите пишу Вам на русском, и в Украине никто не запрещает говорить на русском, а гос. Учреждениях просят говорить на Украинском.
  • по поводу ЛНР и ДНР, то это колония где люди не имеют свободы слова, того слова которое они имели находясь под юрисдикцией Украинского законодательства
  • По поводу изменений людей - Мы стали ещё дружней и сплаченней, люди думают не только о себе...
  • По поводу русской армии: то у меня просто нету слов... (Это варварство)
  • правильно писать "в Україну"
  • Японцам хочу сказать огромное спасибо за поддержку, понимание, и за то что видят правду и не скрывают то что творится в Украине


About my future, I'll say that after the war I'll adopt children who lost their parents in this bloodshed.



1. Что ты думаешь на счёт Зеленского?

Моё мнение, что Зеленский является лучшим президентом, который не бросил Украину и народ во время войны, как сделал это Янукович. Зеленский, его команда и наш народ делают всё возможное и невозможное для сохранения нашей страны.

2. Знаешь ли ты других политиков кроме Зеленского?

Знаю многих.

3. Какое будущее ты видишь для своей страны?

Хотелось бы чтобы территории Украины вернулись в полном составе, так как это было признано международным правом.

4. Что ты думаешь о законе про украинский язык?

Я поддерживаю этот закон, хотя в нашей стране люди общаются на разных языках, в том числе и на русском, но я ни разу не слышал информации о преследовании или конфликтах на этой почве.

5. Видишь ли ты как люди сменились после начала войны?

Наш народ очень сплотился, каждый старается помочь друг другу, война наложила отпечаток на всех, это бесконечные переживания и боль.

6. Что ты думаешь по поводу того, что российская армия похищает украинцев?

Это является ужасным преступлениям.

7. Что ты думаешь о том, что русские для любой страны говорят "в", но в случае с Украиной говорят "на"?

Я считаю что это очень не красиво по отношению к украинскому государству и людям которые там живут.

8. Что ты хочешь сказать японцам?

Хочу поблагодарить за поддержку нашей страны, пожелать мира, добра и процветания.

9. Что ты хочешь меня спросить?

Почему тебя так детально интересует ситуация в моей стране?

Надеюсь всё правильно понял


•what do you think about zelenskii?

I belive Zelensky is the best president who did not abandon Ukraine and the people during the war, as Yanukovych did. Zelensky, his team and our people are doing everything possible and impossible.

•do you know other politicians except him?

I know many of them.

•how future is you predict, how future is you want (i mean politically and concretely)?

I would like the territories of Ukraine to return in full force, because this is what was recognized by international law.

•What do you think about ukranians language law?

I support this law. Despite the fact that in our country people communicate in different languages, including Russian, I have never heard information about persecution or conflicts on this basis.

•how DNR and LNR people life is?


did you see people which changed after starting this war?

Our people are very united, everyone is trying to help each other, the war left its mark on everyone in the form of endless experiences and pain.

•what do you think that Russian army kidnap ukranians?

This is a terrible crime.

•what do you think about that Russian language uses "в" for any country but "на" for yours?

I think this is very discourteous in relation to the Ukrainian state and the people who live there.

and anything you want to say to Japanese?

I want to thank you for the support of our country. I wish you peace, kindness and prosperity.


増 "Ah, turkestan ban Russian language?"

D "Not really "ban" but "limitation". This sounds more suitable in this case. it is the natural phenomenon for the mononational states. And multinational, actually. Using the one language as official. To strengthen the statehood. Same thing with Ukraine. More separation from the "big brother". That is the point, I guess.

By the way, they strengthened much more after these 8 years. I think it is too late to start an invasion now than these 8 years ago back then in any case. That does not mean that I support it, of course. You knew my point. We talked about it earlier. 🙂 I think that it is just "balls to the wall" (like the title from the one of Accept's albums). Recklessly in a word. It is naive to believe that they have stagnated all this time and have not developed or strengthened.


1) Another Ukranian president that just had "the luck" to get the war. Looks funny and trustworthy. Though he sometimes lacks the experience.

2) Yes I do.

3) I predict OK future for Ukraine, bad future for Russia. Russia lost any trust and contacts that it made for over 30 years. Dark decades ahead. I want good future, with no wars and with everyone helping each other.

4) Ukrainian language law? Well, it's their country. Let them speak what they want to speak. Besides, most Ukrainians speak Russian, and they even have mostly Russian cities, like Khar'kiv. I saw no oppression of Russian.

5) DNR and LNR are basically buffer states for Russia like North Korea with the same amount of freedom. It's hell on earth.

6) Had no information about that, but I had info about killing civilians and looting their homes. It's horrible. Those soldiers are monsters and they do not represent Russia. I don't count themselves as my fellow Russians. They're monsters. Barbarians. Putin's orcs. Not Russians.

7) I say let us use whatever we want. I use "на Украину" simply because I spoke it like that over 20 years and it's the correct one.

8) I love Japan and its people. I wish we could achieve peace and could work together. Please don't think bad of Russian people, we don't support this war. We're the same victims, like Ukrainians. Victims of Putin and his police state.



(n=6)ロシア人ウクライナ人生の声はてな民に教える 前編
























redditでいくつかの投稿に、外国からニュースが入ってくるときメディアはいつも人々を操作しようとしていると書かれていた。メディアはいつも言う……外国ではどれだけの悪がはびこっているか、どんなごろつきが統治しているか、それと違って我が国はなんと秩序がある穏やかな国だろうか、と。west {増田注:西洋西側か迷ったのでとりあえずwest} ではロシアはいつも悪者として描かれ、ロシアではwestがいつも悪者として描かれる。両者は使う言葉さえ同じだ。westはプーチンヒトラーと比べ、ロシアはwestとウクライナファシストとしている。















個人的に? ない。

なんだって? 私たちウクライナ人シベリアに送っていると言われているのか?」















ウクライナ政府のことか? ふむ、思うに、refugeeは彼らの国の意志からから逃れているのだ。どこでもいいから今いる状況から脱出手段を探している」

——えっ? ウクライナ政府が人々をロシアに送ってるの?

「うん? ウクライナ政府のことを指していると思っていたが」


「捕まえる? 政府ウクライナ人誘拐してシベリアに送り込んでいるというのか? ふふっ、ははははは、私が今までに聞いた中で一番馬鹿げた話だ」




「もう一度聞く。何が言いたいんだ? どうして2014年や今ロシアウクライナ人refugeeを受け入れたりするんだ?」








増田はどうやってその情報が嘘でないとわかる? 公式文書からといって本当とは限らない」









——ウクライナのlanguage lawについてはどう思う?





プーチン名誉のために言うと、彼は外国との交渉時には実に強く、熱心で信頼が置けて好ましい印象を与える政治家だ。ただし彼の民には全く関心を寄せていない。『すべてはすぐに良くなる』と言い続けているが、彼の治世で良くなったものなど一つも…少なくとも普通の人々については一つもない。彼の権力に反発すると逮捕される。いつもプーチンを支持していた私の母でさえ失望したようだ。プーチン死ね生活が良くなると思っている人々もいるが、それは純朴すぎる。プーチンの座は同じく腐った人間が奪い取るだけだ。このState Dumaのあらゆる政治家プーチンと同じく腐っている」

——ロシア語で「ウクライナで」を表すна Украинеという言葉についてどう思う?









特に何も。普通ウクライナ大統領に見える。ところで彼はひとたびステージに立つと愉快な人になる。"The Club of the Cheerful and Resourceful"というスダンダップコメディのようなものを演じていた」




「そんな話は初めて聞いた。なぜ彼らがシベリアに送られるんだ? 意味がわからない」



——ウクライナのlanguage lawについてはどう思う?






——この戦争を始めたのに? {増田注:Cが戦争を嫌うそぶりを見せていなかったらもちろん聞かなかった}








——ロシア語で「ウクライナで」を表すна Украинеという言葉についてどう思う?











The North Atlantic Treaty

Article 10


The Parties may, by unanimous agreement, invite any other European State in a position to further the principles of this Treaty and to contribute to the security of the North Atlantic area to accede to this Treaty. Any State so invited may become a Party to the Treaty by depositing its instrument of accession with the Government of the United States of America. The Government of the United States of America will inform each of the Parties of the deposit of each such instrument of accession.




Article 11

This Treaty shall be ratified and its provisions carried out by the Parties in accordance with their respective constitutional processes. The instruments of ratification shall be deposited as soon as possible with the Government of the United States of America, which will notify all the other signatories of each deposit. The Treaty shall enter into force between the States which have ratified it as soon as the ratifications of the majority of the signatories, including the ratifications of Belgium, Canada, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States, have been deposited and shall come into effect with respect to other States on the date of the deposit of their ratifications.














There are many ways to introduce an academic essay or short paper. Most academic writers,

however, appear to do one or more of the following in their introductions:

· establish the context, background and/or importance of the topic

· indicate an issue, problem, or controversy in the field of study

· define the topic or key terms

· state of the purpose of the essay/writing

· provide an overview of the coverage and/or structure of the writing

Introductions to research articles and dissertations tend to be relatively short but quite complex.

Some of the more common moves include:

· establishing the context, background and/or importance of the topic

· giving a brief synopsis of the relevant literature

· indicating a problem, controversy or a knowledge gap in the field of study

· establishing the desirability of the research

· listing the research questions or hypotheses

· providing a synopsis of the research method(s)

· explaining the significance or value of the study

· defining certain key terms

· providing an overview of the dissertation or report structure

· explaining reasons for the writer's personal interest in the topic

Examples of phrases which are commonly employed to realise these functions are listed below.

Note that there may be a certain amount of overlap between some of the categories under which

the phrases are listed.

Establishing the importance of the topic for the world or society

X is a fundamental property of ….

X is fast becoming a key instrument in ….

X is a common disorder characterised by ….

X plays an important role in the maintenance of ….

Xs are the most potent anti-inflammatory agents known.

X is a major public health problem, and the main cause of ….

Xs are one of the most rapidly declining groups of insects in ....

In the new global economy, X has become a central issue for ….

X is the leading cause of death in western-industrialised countries.

Xs are one of the most widely used groups of antibacterial agents and ….

X is increasingly recognised as a serious, worldwide public health concern.

X is an important component in the climate system, and plays a key role in Y.

In the history of development economics, X has been thought of as a key factor in ….

Establishing the importance of the topic for the discipline

A key aspect of X is ….

X is a classic problem in ….

A primary concern of X is ….

X is at the heart of our understanding of ….

X is an increasingly important area in applied linguistics.










React Hook Formと言うのもあるみたいだけど、そもそもコアな部分で、それを吸収できる機構が無いのは如何なものかと思ってしまう。








それがプーチンのCOVIDへの恐怖であるのか暗殺可能性なのかは関係しない。プーチンが最も信頼している者の接近を恐れるのであれば、いったいどうして彼自身と大切な者を破滅することを選択できるであろうか? ( 翻訳終わり ) 姉.街.も.か.わ.い.い.?.そ.れ.は.そ.う

1: スラブ言語英語の間で翻訳を行えば imminent(寸前である) と inevitable(不可避) の単語距離がなくなることが知られている。注意を要する。

2: what [guided [those in charge] [to decide [to proceed with [the execution of [this operation]]]]]]]]]

3: Ref. Elementary Quintessential Russian(5th Ed.) (Mingmei Publishing, 2032), pp. 1337

4: Ref. Language in Memes: Russian State Organizations and Media (Miskatonic University Press, 2048), pp. 1D6

5: 「 欧 州 から人道支援」だと!? ロシア人民よ! 君たちのアイデンティティアジアにあるのか、ヨーロッパにあるのか!? モースコヴァ欧州先進都市か、アジア北東の秘めたる地なのか!? はっきりし給え! そんなことだから君らはキラキラ西側ヨーロッパに対するコンプレックスいつまでも抜けず神話を求め独立国家侵略して解消を図るような羽目になるのだ! 先の戦勝予定稿でもその通り自爆していただろう!

6: "“Denazification” and “demilitarization” are not analytical categories because they don’t have concretely formulated parameters by which meeting of the objectives can be evaluated." 和訳者はこのような文章から冷戦期にしばしば見られる美的目的によって重厚コンクリート建築特有陰鬱に湿っていながらほとんど性的快感を呼び起こす特有ホラーショーのような大気を肺いっぱいに吸引することができ、そして吐きだすことができる。この文章に限っては帝政ロシアから引き継がれた華美な外連味を覚えるが気分を変えるには大変よいと言えよう。

7: 「──の可能性を排除しない」という表現ロシア研究者の使う表現であるようで、「──と考えるが、職を賭すことは避けたい」と解釈してよいようだ。

8: 水爆に用いられるプルトニウム半減期は、文明よりは長い。この十年という数字はこの文書の外でも随所で囁かれているが、どうもプルトニウムを使った熱核兵器に用いられるトリチウム問題のようだ。トリチウム半減期12.32年と短く、24.64年で1/4に減じてしまう。崩壊したトリチウムは安定なヘリウムに変化し、これを内部のガス容器から取り出して補充しなければ爆発規模が漸減するようだ。読者もりっぱなトリチウム夜光時計の光がすっかり暗くなってしまって残念だという声を聞いたことがあると思う。

9: おそらくこの文書が書かれた後の話ではあるが、問題プーチンソ連時代から続くフラッグキャリアたるアエロフロートぴちぴち若手女性CAを卓にぐるり侍らせ、揃って弁当を食べる会食を開いて大変楽しんだような報道がある。新型コロナウイルス対策としてはご法度もいいところであろう! だいたい、人の容姿にけちは付けないが化粧の趣味が悪い。極東においてすら脳筋残念地雷系の地位が必ずしも高くないことは和訳者にとって大変不満である。人は顔、顔は芸術芸術は爆発、そうだろう(†昇天†)。



なぜなら、"おはようございます"、"こんにちは"、"こんばんは "が言えないのです。


このような表現があります。"ウクライナヨーロッパを選んでいる" 私たちが目指してきたもの、目指してきたもの、そして今も目指しているものです。








President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine has addressed the European Parliament.

Thank you very much! Ladies and gentlemen, you know, in recent days I don’t know how to greet anyone. Because I can't say "Good morning," or "Good afternoon," or "Good evening." I can't, and this is absolutely true because every day, that day is definitely not good for some, that evening is the last one for some, every day. I’m talking today, now, about my citizens of Ukraine, who are defending our walls and freedom at the cost of their lives.

I’m very glad that what I saw here is this unifying mood. I’m glad that we have united all of you today – the EU countries, but I didn’t know that it would be at such a price. And this is a tragedy for me, a tragedy for every Ukrainian, a tragedy for every state.

You know, I don’t speak from, I don’t read from papers because the papers are gone from my country’s life. All of this is real, including these dead bodies, this is real life. And you know, I believe that today we sacrifice for values, for rights, for freedom, just for our desire to be close, just like you, like everyone else, we sacrifice our best people: the strongest, mightiest, most extraordinary Ukrainians.

And we very often like to say that we will all win, and I’m very glad that you are not only talking about it, but also seeing it. And we will all win for sure, I'm positive. There is such an expression: "Ukraine is choosing Europe." That’s what we’ve been aspiring to, what we’ve been going, and still going toward. And I would very much to hear from you something addressed to us: "Now it’s Europe choosing Ukraine."

I have a couple of minutes to talk to you because there are small strikes and missile attacks. This morning was tragic to all of us. Two cruise missiles hit Kharkiv. The city, which is near the border with Russia, where there have always been a lot of Russians and they have always been friends, there used to be very warm relations, there are more than 20 universities there, it was and is the hub hosting the largest number of universities in our country. The youths there are bright, smart, always gathering for all holidays in our country’s largest square. Freedom Square. Also, this is the largest square in Europe. And this is true, it’s Freedom Square. Imagine this: in the morning, two cruise missiles hit Freedom Square. Dozens of casualties. So this is the price of freedom.

We are simply fighting for our land and our freedom, and believe me, despite the fact that all the big cities of our state are now under blockade, no one will penetrate our freedom and state. Believe me. Every square today, whatever it is called, will be referred to as Freedom Square. In every city of our state. Nobody will break us, we stand strong, we are Ukrainians.

We want our children to live on. It seems to me that this is fair. Yesterday, 16 children died. And again, President Putin will say that this is some kind of an “operation,” and that they are bombing only our military infrastructure. Where are our children? At what military plants do they work? Which rockets do they operate? Maybe they drive our tanks? You killed 16 children!

We have very motivated people, very much. We are fighting for our rights – freedom and life. And now we are fighting for survival, and this is our main motivation, but we are also fighting to be equal members of Europe. And I think today we are all showing that we are. With us on board, the EU will definitely be stronger. Without you, Ukraine will be lonely. We have proven our strength, that we are at least the same as you. Prove that you’re with us. Prove that you are not giving up on us, prove that you’re truly Europeans, and then life will beat death, and light will beat darkness.

Glory to Ukraine!





The Advance of Russia and the New World

A new world is being born before our eyes.

Russia's military operation in Ukraine has opened a new era - and in three dimensions at once.

And, of course, in the fourth, internal Russian dimension.

Here begins a new period both in ideology and in the very model of our socio-economic system - but we should talk about this separately a little later.

Russia is restoring its unity - the tragedy of 1991, this terrible catastrophe of our history, its unnatural dislocation, has been overcome.

Yes, at great cost, yes, through the tragic events of the actual civil war, because now there are still brothers shooting at each other, separated by belonging to the Russian and Ukrainian armies - but Ukraine as the anti-Russia will no longer exist.

Russia is restoring its historical wholeness by gathering the Russian world, the Russian people together - in its totality of Great Russians, Belarusians and Little Russians.

If we refused to do this, if we allowed the temporary division to take hold for centuries, we would not only betray the memory of our ancestors, but we would be damned by our descendants - for allowing the collapse of the Russian land.

Vladimir Putin took upon himself - without a bit of exaggeration - a historical responsibility, deciding not to leave the resolution of the Ukrainian question to future generations.

After all, the need to resolve it would always remain a major problem for Russia - for two key reasons.

And the issue of national security, that is, the creation of Ukraine as an anti-Russia and an outpost for Western pressure on us, is only the second in importance among them.

The first would always remain a complex of divided people, a complex of national humiliation - when the Russian house first lost part of its foundation (Kiev), and then was forced to accept the existence of two states no longer one, but two peoples.

That is, either to abandon its history, agreeing with the crazy versions that "only Ukraine is the real Russia," or to gnash their teeth helplessly, remembering the times when "we lost Ukraine.

Bringing Ukraine back, that is, turning it back to Russia, would be more and more difficult with each passing decade - the recoding, derussification of Russians, and the setting against Russian Little Russians-Ukrainians would gain momentum.

And if full geopolitical and military control of the West over Ukraine were consolidated, its return to Russia would become impossible at all - it would have to fight the Atlantic bloc for it.

Now this problem is gone - Ukraine has returned to Russia.

This does not mean that its statehood will be liquidated, but it will be restructured, re-established and returned to its natural state as part of the Russian world.

In what borders, in what form will the union with Russia be fixed (through the CSTO and the Eurasian Union or the Union State of Russia and Belarus)? This will be decided after the end of the history of Ukraine as anti-Russia.

In any case, the period of the split of the Russian people is coming to an end.

And here begins the second dimension of the coming new era - it concerns Russia's relations with the West.

Not even Russia, but the Russian world, that is, the three states, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, acting geopolitically as one.

These relations have entered a new stage - the West sees Russia's return to its historical borders in Europe.

And it loudly resents it, although deep in its heart it must admit that it could not be otherwise.

Did anyone in the old European capitals, Paris and Berlin, seriously believe that Moscow would give up Kiev? That Russians would forever be a divided people? And at the same time that Europe is uniting, when German and French elites are trying to seize control of European integration from the Anglo-Saxons and assemble a united Europe? Forgetting that the unification of Europe was only possible thanks to the unification of Germany, which happened by Russian good (albeit not very clever) will.

To take a swing at the Russian land after that is the top of ingratitude, but of geopolitical stupidity.

The West as a whole, and even more so Europe separately, did not have the strength to keep in its sphere of influence, let alone to take Ukraine.

Not to understand this, one had to be just geopolitical fools.

More precisely, there was only one option: to bet on the further collapse of Russia, that is, the Russian Federation.

But the fact that it did not work should have been clear twenty years ago.

And fifteen years ago, after Putin's Munich speech, even the deaf could hear that Russia was coming back.

Now the West is trying to punish Russia for coming back, for not justifying its plans to profit at its expense, for not allowing the expansion of the Western space to the east.

In seeking to punish us, the West thinks that relations with it are of vital importance to us.

But that's not true anymore - the world has changed, and not just the Europeans, but the Anglo-Saxons who run the West, understand this very well.

No Western pressure on Russia will get us anywhere.

Both sides will suffer losses, but Russia is ready for them morally and geopolitically.

But for the West itself, an increase in the degree of confrontation has enormous costs - and the main ones are not economic at all.

Europe, as part of the West, wanted autonomy - the German project of European integration does not make strategic sense while maintaining Anglo-Saxon ideological, military and geopolitical control over the Old World.

And it cannot succeed, because the Anglo-Saxons need a controlled Europe.

But Europe also needs autonomy for another reason - in case the United States moves to self-isolation (as a result of growing internal conflicts and contradictions) or concentrates on the Pacific region, where the geopolitical center of gravity is shifting.

But the confrontation with Russia, into which the Anglo-Saxons are dragging Europe, deprives Europeans of even a chance for autonomy - not to mention the fact that in the same way they are trying to impose on Europe a break with China.

While the Atlanticists are now happy that the "Russian threat" will unite the Western bloc, those in Berlin and Paris cannot but understand that, having lost hope of autonomy, the European project will simply collapse in the medium term.

That is why independent-minded Europeans are now completely uninterested in building a new iron curtain on their eastern borders - realizing that it will turn into a corral for Europe.

Whose century (half a millennium to be exact) of global leadership is in any case over - but various options for its future are still possible.

Because the construction of a new world order - and this is the third dimension of current events - is accelerating, and its contours are becoming clearer through the sprawling cover of Anglo-Saxon globalization.

The multipolar world has finally become a reality - the operation in Ukraine is unable to rally anyone but the West against Russia.

Because the rest of the world can see and understand perfectly well - this is a conflict between Russia and the West, this is a response to the geopolitical expansion of the Atlanticists, this is Russia's return of its historical space and its place in the world.

China and India, Latin America and Africa, the Islamic world and Southeast Asia - no one believes that the West rules the world order, much less sets the rules of the game.

Russia has not just challenged the West - it has shown that the era of Western global dominance can be considered fully and finally over.

The new world will be built by all civilizations and centers of power, of course, together with the West (united or not) - but not on its terms and not by its rules.



クニンクロアチア語:Knin、ラテン語:Tinin、中世ハンガリー語:Tinin、イタリア語:Tenin、セルビア語:Книн / Knin)は、クロアチアのシベニク=クニン郡に位置する都市

クルカ川の源流近く、北緯44度02分18秒 東経16度11分59秒にあり、ダルマチア内陸部、ザグレブスプリトを結ぶ鉄道路線の途中に位置している。

クニンは歴史上、2度おおきく注目を集めており、1度目は中世クロアチア国(medieval Croatian state)の首都として、そして2度目は国際的承認されることのなかった短命の国家・クライナセルビア人共和国首都としてである




俺なんて洋画deep stateのことdeep throatって聴き間違えてどう言う意味ですか?って英語先生に聞いたわ……



2015年06月14日 01時59分 JST

ジンバブエ・ドル、ついに廃止 壮絶なインフレで300000000000000ドル=1円



The Huffington Post

A child poses with wads of Zimbabwean dollar notes begged on the streets of Harare Tuesday, Feb. 19,...


A child poses with wads of Zimbabwean dollar notes begged on the streets of Harare Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008. The official rate of annual inflation in Zimbabwe rocketed past the 100,000 percent barrier, by far the highest in the world, the state central statistical office said Thursday Feb 21, 2008. (AP Photo)







つい先日FMラジオを聴いていたら808statepacific stateが流れてきた。久しぶりに聴いた。というか、仕事家事に追われてレコードCDプレイヤーにセットして音楽聴くということを久しくやっていなかった。

pacific stateはTR808のリズムが心地よく、この音は俺の青春を彩っているということを再認識した。ラジオから往時のテクノが聴けるなんてイキなDJだとも思った。

それ以来なんだか火がついてCDラックを漁ってテクノを聴いている。model500やHARD FLOOR、DERRICK MAYKENNY LARKINなどなど。一番感動したのはUNDER WORLDのTWO MONTH OFF。多幸感のある曲だが、その通りで若い頃にクラブであったあんなことやこんなことを思い出して甘酸っぱい気持ちになった。しかしこの曲のアゲ感というのはなんだろうか。ノスタルジーを横に置いておいてもこんなに素晴らしい曲はないのではないだろうか。若い人が聴いたらどう思うんだろう。やっぱり古臭いのかな。https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsE9iXoXB6s



Energy, Light, Dawn, Soul, Alive

おお、あのELDSAね! 好きだったわ、バッファロー出身5人組のポジティブメタルコアバンド

5人全員がストレート・エッジヴィーガン、影響を受けたバンドはMinor Threat、H2O、Shelter、Earth Crisis。バリバリハードコアサウンド対照的歌詞が極めて前向きで、自己実現とか社会参加とか、最近だと環境問題気候変動とかまで歌ってた。

3rdアルバムの『Positive Influence』がヴィーガンメタルコア名盤とされていて、未だにフォロワーを生み出している。ちなみに、この印象的なジャケットイラストを描いたラーズ・ムステインは現在テキサスアニメーション会社クリエイティブディレクターをやっている。





彼らのイチオシ日本バンドState Craft



(※ すべてフェイクです。)



高市首相誕生して党の任期の3年務めたとすると((3年÷50年) × 0.443) ÷ 4で0.0066上昇して0.662となり順位が2つ上がって118位となる。直近50年中何年女性が在位したかという数値で0.443は"Years with female head of state"にかかるウェイト。採点する大項目が4つあるから平均するため4で割る。









Official Journal of the European Union/ISSN 1725-2423/C 227 E/Volume 51 4 September 2008/149page/E.



“E. whereas the term feminicide emanates from the definition of violence against women which is laid down in Article 1 of the Convention of Belém do Pará as follows: any act or conduct, based on gender, which causes death or physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, whether in the public or the private sphere; whereas the punishment and eradication of feminicide is an obligation and must be a priority for any state based on the rule of law,”


“E. フェミニサイドという用語は、ベレン・ド・パラ条約第1条に規定されている「女性に対する暴力」の定義に由来するものであるが、その定義は次のとおりである。すなわち、性別に基づき、公的領域である私的領域であるかを問わず女性に死または身体的、性的心理的危害苦痛を与えるあらゆる行為または行動である。”








所在地 ブラジルベレン・ド・パラ

エントリー 1995年3月5日

条件 第二次批准書の寄託から13日目

パーティ 32 (全リスト)

預託先 米州機構事務局(General Secretariat of Organisation of American States




1 背景

2 実質的規定

2.1 定義保護される権利

2.2 各国の義務

3 米州における保護の仕組み

3.1 ベレン・ド・パラの条約に見られるメカニズム

3.2 条約実施フォローアップするメカニズム(MESECVI

4 参考資料

5 参照

6 外部リンク

7 フィードバック


ベレン・ド・パラ条約は、米州女性委員会(Comisión Interamericana de Mujeres:CIM)によって起草されました。1928年設立されたCIMは、女性人権認識保証するために設立された最初政府機関であり、OAS内の各加盟国代表者を置き、アメリカ大陸における女性権利ジェンダー平等について議論し、政策策定する主要なフォーラムとなっている[4][5]。

条約はその前文で、女性に対する暴力は「女性男性の間の歴史的に不平等な力関係の表れである」と述べ、すべての女性暴力から自由である権利には、あらゆる形態差別から自由である権利も含まれると認識しています。これは、女性に対する暴力問題の深刻さ、女性歴史的に受けてきた差別との関連性、そして暴力を防止し、罰し、撤廃するための包括的戦略採用する必要性について、アメリカ大陸全体で感じられている一様な関心を反映しています[6]。 この条約のもうひとつの注目すべき質は、米州人権システムの他の文書に含まれ規範創造的に組み合わせることで条約の強度を高めることができるという意味で、国連宣言提供する領域を超える広範な戦略執行メカニズム提供していることです[7]。








a. 女性権利についての認識と遵守を促進すること。

b. 教育プログラムを通じて、男女の社会的文化的な行動パターン偏見、男女の劣等感優越感の考え方に基づく慣習や固定観念修正すること。

c. 司法行政に携わるすべての人々、特に警察官やその他の法執行官の教育・訓練を促進する。

d. 暴力を受けた女性に対し、シェルターカウンセリングサービス被害を受けた子どもケア保護を含む適切な特別サービスを、公的機関および民間機関を通じて提供すること。

e. 教育を通じて、女性に対する暴力問題とその救済策に関する認識を促進すること。

f. 暴力を受けた女性が、公的私的社会的生活に完全に参加できるように、効果的な再適応プログラムや訓練プログラムへのアクセス提供すること。

g. あらゆる形態女性に対する暴力の根絶に貢献し、女性尊厳尊重を強化するために、メディアが適切なガイドライン作成することを奨励すること。

h. 女性に対する暴力を防止し、処罰し、根絶するための措置有効性を評価し、必要な変更を策定し、実施するために、女性に対する暴力の原因、結果、頻度に関連する調査および統計その他の関連情報収集を確保すること。

i. アイデア経験の交換、および暴力さらされている女性保護目的としたプログラムの実行のための国際協力を促進すること(第8条)。











2004年10月26日、OAS事務総長締約国会議招集した際に、ベレン・ド・パラ条約実施フォローアップ機構(MESECVI)の規約承認されました[12]。 MESECVIは、条約目的達成に向けた進捗状況を検証するための、独立したコンセンサスベースシステムです。MESECVIは、条約地域への影響、女性に対する暴力の防止・処罰・根絶における締約国の成果、関連する公共政策実施における既存課題検証するために、条約締約国専門家委員会(CEVI)との間で経験技術協力を交換する場を通じて、体系的かつ継続的評価を行うための方法論を提供しています[13]。”


また、”Official Journal of the European Union/ISSN 1725-2423/C 227 E/Volume 51 4 September 2008/149page/E.”はフェミサイド定義説明しているのではなく、ベレン・ド・パラ条約第1条を引用して”女性に対する暴力”にフェミサイドも含まれるということを書いている。

さらに、”Official Journal of the European Union/ISSN 1725-2423/C 227 E/Volume 51 4 September 2008”の中でもフェミニサイドとされているのは女性殺人事件のみである


英語で " ~! " 表現を使いがちな国民って日本韓国と後どこだっけ?

Too erotic~~~!!!

Oh no, it's too much: ~~~~!!!

I can't wait to see what happens next!

She's super shy~!!!

She's super shy like a maiden~!!!

Super cute~~~!!!

Absolutely beautiful girl in lustful saliva squirting blowjob ~~ !!!

Saliva slurping blowjob ~~ !!!!!

Terribly erotic sucking ~~ !!!

She has such a cute face and is sucking and licking with all her heart~!!!

I can't get enough~~~!!!

Too erotic !!!!!!!!!

I can't stand it~~~!!!

Inserted into the absolute beautiful girl's pussy from the back ~~ !!!!!

I can't stop myself... !!!

Beautiful girl's pussy is fucked and pistons are thrusting~!!!

Screaming while spurting out pussy juice~~~!!!

Delirious fainting in great agony~~~!!!

Absolute beautiful girl going crazy~~!!!

She's lost her mind in pleasure~~!!!

Too erotic~~!!!

I can't stop it~~!!!!!!!!!

I can't stop~~~!!!!!

Direct hit to the uterus: !!!! Piston thrusting deep into the womb~~~!!!

Direct hit to the uterus: !!!! Piston thrusting deep into the womb~~~!!!

Raging young womb direct hit !!!! Piston thrusting deep into the womb~~~!!!

Directly hitting young womb in anger !!!! Piston thrusting to the depths~~~!!!

I've been fucked.

I was fucked in the back.

I've been fucked in the cunt.

I'm already in a state of complete madness and delirium. ~~~~!!!!!

I'm not sure if you've seen this video, but I'm sure you've seen it.

I'm not sure what to do, but I'm going to do it. !!!

Going crazy and screaming out loud~~~!!!!!

She is going crazy and screaming in agony~~!!!!!

Her thin body is about to break~~!!!

A beautiful lomi lomi girl is about to break~~!!!!!

She's convulsing and losing consciousness~~!!!

Completely fainting with white eyes~!!!!!!

Too bad~~!!!!!

It's so erotic: !!!!!!!!!!!

I can't stop~~~!!!!!

A raging blow to a young girl's womb: !!!! Piston thrusting to the depths~~~!!!

Young girl's womb is hit by a raging !!!! Piston thrusting to the back~~~!!!

Big scream~~~!!!!!!

Big scream~~~!!!!!!

I'm going to have a lot of sex.

Completely crazy~~~!!!!!

pleasure fall~~~!!!!!

The absolute most beautiful girl in the world today is falling apart~!!!

I'm not sure what to say.

A lot of sperm is sprinkled on her thin and beautiful body~~~!!!




Years with female/male head of state (last 50)

The number of years in the past fifty-year period for which a woman has held a post equivalent to an elected head of state or head of government in the country. It takes into account prime ministers and/or presidents, royalties are not considered.






  1. 国家元首」と「政治的リーダー」はまったく別の概念である
  2. ジェンダーギャップ指数は「国家元首」と「政治的リーダー」の区別がついていない
  3. したがってガバガバすぎてまったく使いものにならない
  4. それはそれとして、元のnoteにもおかしい点があるのでそこは突っ込む

前提:国家元首(head of state)ってなに?














ドキュメント内を“head of state”で検索すると、最初に出てくるのは次のような文章だ。

...Across the 156 countries covered by the index, women represent only 26.1% of some 35,500 parliament seats and just 22.6% of over 3,400 ministers worldwide. In 81

countries, there has never been a woman head of state, as of 15th January 2021... (p.5)




...However, in Canada, a woman has been in a head-of-state position for only 0.3 years over the past 50 and in the United States, there has never been a woman as president. (p.30)

……やっぱりこの報告書、「国家元首」と「政府の長」を区別してない! カナダはこの半世紀以上ずっと女性国家元首だって言っとろーが!






サミットを開いたときに、なんでアメリカフランス大統領が出てくるのに、日本ドイツカナダイギリスイタリア首相が出てくるのかといえば、後者の5カ国は議院内閣制の国で、国家元首天皇国王大統領)より首相の方が権力を持っているからだ。なんでオリンピック開会式では首相ではなく天皇国王カナダ場合国王代理たる総督)が挨拶するのか? 形式的には彼らの方が偉いということになっているからだ。


なので、「大統領女性」とだけ言われても、どのくらい権力を持っているのかがわからなければ意味がない。仮に、大統領がなんの権力もない完全なお飾りで、首相がすべての権限を握っている国があったとして、大統領がずっと女性首相がずっと男性だった場合女性政治的平等立場にいると言えるだろうか?(インド大統領がこれに近いかもしれない。10年ちょい前のインド大統領女性だったんだけど、覚えてる人ってどんくらいいます? まあ覚えてないよね、インドではここ数十年ずっと首相男性だったので……)


それなのに、無邪気に「国家元首」の男女比を出してきて「ニュージーランドでは過去50年間のうち14年間は女性国家元首でした」なんていうデタラメをぶっこくような報告書を、どうして信用できるだろう(なんでデタラメなのかはわかるよね? NZ国家元首は50年以上前からずっとエリザベス女王からです)。この報告書は「この国は過去何年にわたって女性国家元首でした」という数字を羅列してはいるが、「国家元首」の定義デタラメ融通無碍なのにその数字ハイそうですかと受け入れることはできない。本当に国家元首を数えたのか? 国家元首政府の長を混同してないか? それらの数字は別々に数えたのか、それとも合算したのか? このことがちゃんと注記されていない数字をどう使えというのだろうか。






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