By Dialogo March 03, 2010 Lula and Vazquez as well as Mujica have the distasteful experience to prove that, as marxists, they failed miserably and abandoned their seventiesâ€™ stupidity in order to embrace the reasonably healthy bourgeois right-center. That is why they have been heard and it will go well for them. The peacocks will continue to wave their red flags and their serial psychopathic Castro followersâ€¦ Chilean president Michelle Bachelet indicated that 14,000 military personnel would be deployed by Tuesday in the two regions hardest hit by Saturday’s earthquake, where they will be responsible for distributing aid and preventing looting. “By virtue of the state of emergency declared due to the disaster, between the last two days and what will be completed today, the army will have 11,850 personnel, and the navy will have 2,131 personnel” in the Maule and Biobío regions, the two regions most affected by the earthquake, which has so far left 723 dead. The president was energetic in indicating that no more looting or pillaging will be permitted. “We understand people’s pressing anxieties, but we know that there is criminal activity, and we are not going to accept that,” she said. It is unacceptable that firefighters had to divert resources to responding to a deliberately-set fire Monday in the city of Concepción – the epicenter of the disaster – “or that people have to set up self-defense arrangements in order to keep watch over what little they have left following the earthquake,” the president said. Since Sunday several towns have been targets of severe looting and violent activity, while the inhabitants are complaining that humanitarian aid has not arrived.
QPR boss Mark Hughes gave a damning verdict on the match officials after his team’s controversial defeat at Bolton.Rangers were denied a perfectly good goal in the first half at the Reebok Stadium after Clint Hill’s header clearly crossed the line.Wanderers went on to win 2-1, with Ivan Klasnic’s goal giving them a priceless victory.AdChoices广告Hughes said: “I’m really disappointed in the performance of the officials. The referee was let down by his assistants.“Clearly the ball was over the line. The linesman is there to see that – that is what his job is. The linesman didn’t see it.“Laughably, the FA have come out almost immediately and said they’re in favour of goal-line technology.“Today, it wasn’t about football. We just need officials to give us a fair crack of the whip. “
The league has avoided publicly identifying players who have tested positive since mid-March in accordance with HIPAA regulations.The NBA is scheduled to tip off again July 30, when the Lakers and Clippers are set to face each other for the fourth time this season – and the second time since the Morris brothers joined their ranks.The league plans to complete the season – an eight-game seeding schedule ahead of the playoffs – entirely on a closed campus at Disney World. Personnel in the “bubble” are tested regularly and everyone who comes onto the campus has to wait out a quarantine process and test negative for the coronavirus before they’re allowed to move about.The 30-year-old Morris twins – both 6-foot-8 forwards – have posted on Twitter in recent days, though neither has shared anything that would indicate they had arrived in Florida.The Knicks traded Marcus Morris Sr. to the Clippers on Feb. 6 as part of a three-team deal that sent Moe Harkless, a 2020 first-round pick, the right to swap 2021 first-round picks (as long as that pick isn’t in the top four), and a 2021 second-round pick to New York. The Clippers also sent Jerome Robinson to the Wizards in the transaction.In 12 games with the Clippers before the season was interrupted March 11 by the coronavirus pandemic, Marcus Morris was averaging 9.5 points and 4.0 rebounds for the Clippers.Markieff Morris signed a one-year deal with the Lakers on Feb. 23. In eight games since arriving in L.A., he was averaging 4.8 points and 3.3 rebounds. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers“I don’t check. To be honest, JaMychal (Green) walked in (Wednesday) and surprised the hell out of me. So, because they’re in quarantine and stuff, you don’t ever know.”When Vogel was asked how Markieff Morris looked, he said: “You know, we’re trying not to comment too much on individual players’ performances right now. We’re still waiting to manage this time where we’re respecting players’ privacies. So, I’m going to refrain from commenting on that.”In response to a follow-up question about whether Markieff Morris was in Orlando, Vogel demurred again.“I’m not going to comment on which guys are here and which guys are not here out of respect for our players’ privacy,” Vogel said.On Monday, the league announced that since July 1, 19 NBA players newly tested positive for the coronavirus during in-market testing and that two others tested positive while in quarantine in Orlando. The league reported that those two players were quarantining at home or in isolation housing, away from others. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Marcus and Markieff Morris, the twin brothers who joined the Clippers and Lakers, respectively, in February, have not been documented with their teams in Orlando, Florida.A person with knowledge of the situation told Southern California News Group that Markieff Morris, who signed with the Lakers in February as a free agent, had an excused absence but was expected to join the team soon. It’s unknown whether Marcus Morris, his twin brother who was acquired by the Clippers two weeks earlier, has a similar arrangement with his team.When Doc Rivers and Frank Vogel were asked about their respective players’ whereabouts before their teams practiced Wednesday afternoon, both coaches answered evasively.“Yeah, I don’t even know to be honest,” said Rivers, who was also queried about whether the Clippers’ Landry Shamet and Ivica Zubac had arrived on the NBA campus at Walt Disney World Resort, where the NBA is preparing to restart the season July 30.