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                    [description] => 3.2 Assessing to improve Assessment meetings are organized immediately after each exercise in each crisis center and at ASN a few weeks after the exercise. ASN, together with the other players, ensures that the best practices and areas for improvement highlighted during these exercises are identified. These evaluation meetings allow actors to share their experience ... Read more
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3.2 Assessing to improve Assessment meetings are organized immediately after each exercise in each crisis center and at ASN a few weeks after the exercise. ASN, together with the other players, ensures that the best practices and areas for improvement highlighted during these exercises are identified. These evaluation meetings allow actors to share their experience within the framework of a participatory approach. In particular, they highlighted: ? the importance of having the most realistic scenarios possible, in real weather conditions, and technically complex enough to provide feedback; ? the importance of communication in an emergency situation, in particular to inform the public and foreign authorities as soon as possible and to avoid the spread of rumors likely to prevent proper management of the crisis, in France and abroad ; ? the importance of providing decision-makers with a clear vision of the radiological consequences in the form of cartographic representations: the tool called ?Criter? developed by IRSN allows the representation of the results of measurements of radioactivity in the environment. 4 // Outlook After a year 2020 marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, the year 2021, although still disrupted, enabled the holding of nine crisis exercises, thus returning to a classic training rhythm for its teams of crisis as well as those of other stakeholders. In addition, ASN stepped up its training and training efforts for its agents by continuing to put its on-call team members into real-life situations, producing in-house educational films and enriching its internal training system for crisis. 2021 was also marked by ASN’s participation in the major nuclear exercise SECNUC 2021. In terms of preparation, ASN made a major effort to support the various participants in the new post-accident doctrine proposed by the Codirpa in 2019. This exercise also showed the importance of adapting the nuclear-specific crisis organizations (ASN, IRSN, licensee) so that they interface coherently with the CIC. Also, two national exercises were played in 2021 with the CIC simulation. ASN will continue its investment so that the CIC simulation can be carried out in the national exercises in 2022. The year 2022 will be an opportunity to implement the many lessons learned from this major exercise. It will also see the continuation of the work of the Codirpa to propose, as requested in the Prime Minister’s mandate, changes in the post-accident doctrine. To develop the culture of safety and radiation protection around the nuclear sites, ASN will continue to oversee the work of the dedicated working group and will provide its support to the Government as needed within the framework of the action plan unveiled. by the Ministry for Ecological Transition following the report of the mission on the modernization of the culture of risk in 2021. In order to reinforce the culture of safety at the nuclear facilities, ASN is fully in line with the request for association of the population with crisis exercises, desired by the Ministry of the Interior in its circular INTE2134143J dated December 7, 2021. Crisis exercise of September 15, 2021 at the Penly nuclear power plant (76), view of the departmental operational center de Seine-Maritime ASN report on the state of nuclear safety and radiation protection in France in 2021 181 04 ? RADIOLOGICAL AND POST-ACCIDENT EMERGENCY SITUATIONS 08 07 13 04 10 06 12 14 03 09 05 11 02 01 AN

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) [summary] => 3.2 Assessing to improve Assessment meetings are organized immediately after each exercise in each crisis center and at ASN a few weeks after the exercise. ASN, together with the other players, ensures that the best practices and areas for improvement highlighted during these exercises are identified. These evaluation meetings allow actors to share their experience ... Read more [atom_content] =>

3.2 Assessing to improve Assessment meetings are organized immediately after each exercise in each crisis center and at ASN a few weeks after the exercise. ASN, together with the other players, ensures that the best practices and areas for improvement highlighted during these exercises are identified. These evaluation meetings allow actors to share their experience within the framework of a participatory approach. In particular, they highlighted: ? the importance of having the most realistic scenarios possible, in real weather conditions, and technically complex enough to provide feedback; ? the importance of communication in an emergency situation, in particular to inform the public and foreign authorities as soon as possible and to avoid the spread of rumors likely to prevent proper management of the crisis, in France and abroad ; ? the importance of providing decision-makers with a clear vision of the radiological consequences in the form of cartographic representations: the tool called ?Criter? developed by IRSN allows the representation of the results of measurements of radioactivity in the environment. 4 // Outlook After a year 2020 marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, the year 2021, although still disrupted, enabled the holding of nine crisis exercises, thus returning to a classic training rhythm for its teams of crisis as well as those of other stakeholders. In addition, ASN stepped up its training and training efforts for its agents by continuing to put its on-call team members into real-life situations, producing in-house educational films and enriching its internal training system for crisis. 2021 was also marked by ASN’s participation in the major nuclear exercise SECNUC 2021. In terms of preparation, ASN made a major effort to support the various participants in the new post-accident doctrine proposed by the Codirpa in 2019. This exercise also showed the importance of adapting the nuclear-specific crisis organizations (ASN, IRSN, licensee) so that they interface coherently with the CIC. Also, two national exercises were played in 2021 with the CIC simulation. ASN will continue its investment so that the CIC simulation can be carried out in the national exercises in 2022. The year 2022 will be an opportunity to implement the many lessons learned from this major exercise. It will also see the continuation of the work of the Codirpa to propose, as requested in the Prime Minister’s mandate, changes in the post-accident doctrine. To develop the culture of safety and radiation protection around the nuclear sites, ASN will continue to oversee the work of the dedicated working group and will provide its support to the Government as needed within the framework of the action plan unveiled. by the Ministry for Ecological Transition following the report of the mission on the modernization of the culture of risk in 2021. In order to reinforce the culture of safety at the nuclear facilities, ASN is fully in line with the request for association of the population with crisis exercises, desired by the Ministry of the Interior in its circular INTE2134143J dated December 7, 2021. Crisis exercise of September 15, 2021 at the Penly nuclear power plant (76), view of the departmental operational center de Seine-Maritime ASN report on the state of nuclear safety and radiation protection in France in 2021 181 04 ? RADIOLOGICAL AND POST-ACCIDENT EMERGENCY SITUATIONS 08 07 13 04 10 06 12 14 03 09 05 11 02 01 AN

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[date_timestamp] => 1652834045 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => The Last Kingdom Season 5: The scene a show member refused to do [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/drama/the-last-kingdom-season-5-the-scene-a-show-member-refused-to-do/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Beatriz Deitz ) [pubdate] => Wed, 18 May 2022 00:28:30 +0000 [category] => DramaKingdommemberrefusedsceneseasonSHOW [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3313 [description] => The last episodes of season 5 of The Last Kingdom, had great moments that surprised the fans. So much so, that one of the cast members disagreed with one of the scenes that he had to do for the finale. May 17, 2022 7:54 p.m. After two years of waiting due to problems in the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The last episodes of season 5 of The Last Kingdom, had great moments that surprised the fans. So much so, that one of the cast members disagreed with one of the scenes that he had to do for the finale.

After two years of waiting due to problems in the production of the episodes, the platform of Netflix revealed in April 2022 the fifth and final season of The Last Kingdom. Although his final left many of the viewers wanting more. One of the cast members revealed that he was initially opposed to doing a scene as his character for the drama’s conclusion.

Towards the end of the season last season of The Last KingdomUhtred (played by Alexander Dreymon) eventually learns of Aethelhelm’s location (Adrian Schiller) and launch an attack to rescue Aelfwynn (Phia Saban). But, when King Edward (Timothy Innes) finds out, proposes to sacrifice Aelfywnn to Constantin (Rod Hallett) and split Northumbria in two. Something that surprised all the spectators.

However, the actor in charge of playing Edward, Timothy Innesrevealed that he did not want to act out a key scene at the end of the eighth episode of the fifth season of The Last Kingdom. Because it cast his character as a villain from the Marvel movies, but it resulted in all of his allies turning against him.

“The end of episode eight when I’m, like, going up against Uhtred and the Avengers… It was very, very horrible to play,”

The shocking scene sees Uhtred yelling at Edward for cowardice, while watching as the rest of his allies seem to agree and turn against him. In fact, things get more dramatic when his own son Aethelstan’s (Harry Gilby), accuses him of betraying his Christian faith by the decision he has made. While Alhelm (James Northcote) refuses to sacrifice Aelfwynn

?I read that scene and the first time I read it I thought, ‘I don’t want to do this. I can’t, I’m not okay with this,’? Timothy told The Screen Chronicles podcast.

As the fate of kingdoms hangs in the balance, Timothy Innes he was surprised by the complete change of values ??of his character in the last crucial minutes. That even King Edward decides to lock the council inside and threatens to kill anyone who tries to leave the place. Reason for which the actor revealed that the personality change of his character left him disturbed and he did not want to do the scene.

?I read that scene and the first time I read it I thought, ‘I don’t want to do this. I can’t, I’m not okay with this,’? Timothy told The Screen Chronicles podcast.

Despite everything I thought Timothy Innes about his character’s scene, he thanked the episode’s writer for introducing such a dramatic twist for the final chapter of The Last Kingdom. Getting over mixed feelings about what was about to happen with the role of her that she has been playing since the early seasons of the drama.

Now, fans are eager to see the movie that the Netflix platform is preparing for The Last Kingdomwhich will bear the title Seven King Mustdie. This film will serve to close the epic story of Uhtred and his effort to liberate Bebbanburg.

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) [summary] => The last episodes of season 5 of The Last Kingdom, had great moments that surprised the fans. So much so, that one of the cast members disagreed with one of the scenes that he had to do for the finale. May 17, 2022 7:54 p.m. After two years of waiting due to problems in the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The last episodes of season 5 of The Last Kingdom, had great moments that surprised the fans. So much so, that one of the cast members disagreed with one of the scenes that he had to do for the finale.

After two years of waiting due to problems in the production of the episodes, the platform of Netflix revealed in April 2022 the fifth and final season of The Last Kingdom. Although his final left many of the viewers wanting more. One of the cast members revealed that he was initially opposed to doing a scene as his character for the drama’s conclusion.

Towards the end of the season last season of The Last KingdomUhtred (played by Alexander Dreymon) eventually learns of Aethelhelm’s location (Adrian Schiller) and launch an attack to rescue Aelfwynn (Phia Saban). But, when King Edward (Timothy Innes) finds out, proposes to sacrifice Aelfywnn to Constantin (Rod Hallett) and split Northumbria in two. Something that surprised all the spectators.

However, the actor in charge of playing Edward, Timothy Innesrevealed that he did not want to act out a key scene at the end of the eighth episode of the fifth season of The Last Kingdom. Because it cast his character as a villain from the Marvel movies, but it resulted in all of his allies turning against him.

“The end of episode eight when I’m, like, going up against Uhtred and the Avengers… It was very, very horrible to play,”

The shocking scene sees Uhtred yelling at Edward for cowardice, while watching as the rest of his allies seem to agree and turn against him. In fact, things get more dramatic when his own son Aethelstan’s (Harry Gilby), accuses him of betraying his Christian faith by the decision he has made. While Alhelm (James Northcote) refuses to sacrifice Aelfwynn

?I read that scene and the first time I read it I thought, ‘I don’t want to do this. I can’t, I’m not okay with this,’? Timothy told The Screen Chronicles podcast.

As the fate of kingdoms hangs in the balance, Timothy Innes he was surprised by the complete change of values ??of his character in the last crucial minutes. That even King Edward decides to lock the council inside and threatens to kill anyone who tries to leave the place. Reason for which the actor revealed that the personality change of his character left him disturbed and he did not want to do the scene.

?I read that scene and the first time I read it I thought, ‘I don’t want to do this. I can’t, I’m not okay with this,’? Timothy told The Screen Chronicles podcast.

Despite everything I thought Timothy Innes about his character’s scene, he thanked the episode’s writer for introducing such a dramatic twist for the final chapter of The Last Kingdom. Getting over mixed feelings about what was about to happen with the role of her that she has been playing since the early seasons of the drama.

Now, fans are eager to see the movie that the Netflix platform is preparing for The Last Kingdomwhich will bear the title Seven King Mustdie. This film will serve to close the epic story of Uhtred and his effort to liberate Bebbanburg.

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[date_timestamp] => 1652833710 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Cannes 2022: review of ?Final Cut?, by Michel Hazanavicius (Opening) ? Micropsia [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/comedy/cannes-2022-review-of-final-cut-by-michel-hazanavicius-opening-micropsia/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Zander ) [pubdate] => Wed, 18 May 2022 00:22:44 +0000 [category] => ComedyCannescutFinalHazanaviciusMichelMicropsiaOpeningreview [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3310 [description] => Remake of the Japanese film “One Cut of the Dead”, this zombie comedy from the director of “The Artist” is a tribute to those who give everything for the love of cinema. With Romain Duris and Berenice Bejo. A pleasant surprise is FINAL CUTby Michel Hazanavicius, especially for those of us who never really enjoy ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Remake of the Japanese film “One Cut of the Dead”, this zombie comedy from the director of “The Artist” is a tribute to those who give everything for the love of cinema. With Romain Duris and Berenice Bejo.

1652833360 315 Cannes 2022 review of Final Cut by Michel Hazanavicius Opening

A pleasant surprise is FINAL CUTby Michel Hazanavicius, especially for those of us who never really enjoy THE ARTIST and other films of his: a nice comedy that is not so much about zombies (although it is presented that way) but about cinema, about the complicated, bizarre, chaotic and loving act of making movies. remake of ONE CUT OF THE DEADJapanese cult hit of 2017, the film by the director of the very weak GODARD, MON AMOUR vindicates itself with a film that tries to be for the world of Z-class horror cinema what THE ARTIST it was for classic Hollywood. With fewer pretensions and surely fewer prizes but perhaps for that reason much more fresh, free and unprejudiced.

FINAL CUT It has a complex structure that should not be fully revealed, so here I will try to describe the idea more than the specifics of the proposal. It all starts in the middle of a pretty bad B-movie zombie horror movie. At one point the director of the film in question walks in and gets mad at the actors for how badly they do things. From then on, that plot continues to advance and one soon realizes that this ?meta? resource is part of the film itself, which is being filmed in a single, long sequence shot.

1652833360 838 Cannes 2022 review of Final Cut by Michel Hazanavicius Opening.webp

What one does not fully know ?although it is easy to guess at one point? is that there is yet another ?meta? level and that what we saw during all that time was the result of a shoot whose secrets and problems we will gradually discover through a long flashback that will reveal the other side. Let’s say: your production. I didn’t see the original Japanese film to grasp if there are strong differences or not, but the direct influence of the Japanese in this production is part of those layers of reading that it has.

The character of the director (in and out of fiction) is played by Romain Duris, while Berenice Bejo plays his wife and the actress of the film in question. The plot of the zombie movie itself doesn’t make much sense to explain because, well, it doesn’t make much sense in itself. What is growing with the passing of the minutes is the idea that what we are seeing is a tribute to the efforts to make cinema whatever: good, bad, mediocre, with drunk actors and others with diarrhea, with clumsy assistants and actors too self-centered. That everything can go wrong and the product may be mediocre, but that everyone ? well, almost everyone ? will give their best so that the result is as worthy as possible.

In that sense, the film is somewhat reminiscent of EDWOOD, by Tim Burton, a much more creative but equally kind tribute to the guys who put everything into projects, shall we say, pretty bad. The case of Duris is not exactly the same ? he gets hooked on this project as with everything he does, because he is a director by trade who does everything quickly and cheaply ? but the complications of production and the personal/family echoes of what what happens there they take him to put blood and heart into the matter.

1652833360 105 Cannes 2022 review of Final Cut by Michel Hazanavicius Opening.webp

The most ingenious gesture of the structure of the film is that the second part ?which is a chronicle of the shooting? explains and alters the first part, which is the film already shot. And the grace arises from understanding what circumstances were motivating certain scenes that we saw before, forcing us to reread the zombie movie itself in an even more absurd tone. And the humor there usually works very well. To understand the grace of the film, we must pay attention, fundamentally, to the fact that it was made in a long sequence shot and broadcast live, which forced to solve problems on the spot, including a musicalization on-site which may be the best gag of all.

It is not a film for competition, of course, perhaps it is not quite so for an opening either, but films like FINAL CUT They will work very well in festival night programs, midnight cycles or those that show genre films taken with humor and affection. One could imagine this same film as a tribute to those Troma-type factories (or to Ed Wood himself) or to all those groups of friends who get together to film something in an amateur and chaotic but ultimately loving way. Everyone, even those who do it, know that the product may end up being quite bad, but they will give up everything they have for the love of cinema.



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) [summary] => Remake of the Japanese film “One Cut of the Dead”, this zombie comedy from the director of “The Artist” is a tribute to those who give everything for the love of cinema. With Romain Duris and Berenice Bejo. A pleasant surprise is FINAL CUTby Michel Hazanavicius, especially for those of us who never really enjoy ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Remake of the Japanese film “One Cut of the Dead”, this zombie comedy from the director of “The Artist” is a tribute to those who give everything for the love of cinema. With Romain Duris and Berenice Bejo.

1652833360 315 Cannes 2022 review of Final Cut by Michel Hazanavicius Opening

A pleasant surprise is FINAL CUTby Michel Hazanavicius, especially for those of us who never really enjoy THE ARTIST and other films of his: a nice comedy that is not so much about zombies (although it is presented that way) but about cinema, about the complicated, bizarre, chaotic and loving act of making movies. remake of ONE CUT OF THE DEADJapanese cult hit of 2017, the film by the director of the very weak GODARD, MON AMOUR vindicates itself with a film that tries to be for the world of Z-class horror cinema what THE ARTIST it was for classic Hollywood. With fewer pretensions and surely fewer prizes but perhaps for that reason much more fresh, free and unprejudiced.

FINAL CUT It has a complex structure that should not be fully revealed, so here I will try to describe the idea more than the specifics of the proposal. It all starts in the middle of a pretty bad B-movie zombie horror movie. At one point the director of the film in question walks in and gets mad at the actors for how badly they do things. From then on, that plot continues to advance and one soon realizes that this ?meta? resource is part of the film itself, which is being filmed in a single, long sequence shot.

1652833360 838 Cannes 2022 review of Final Cut by Michel Hazanavicius Opening.webp

What one does not fully know ?although it is easy to guess at one point? is that there is yet another ?meta? level and that what we saw during all that time was the result of a shoot whose secrets and problems we will gradually discover through a long flashback that will reveal the other side. Let’s say: your production. I didn’t see the original Japanese film to grasp if there are strong differences or not, but the direct influence of the Japanese in this production is part of those layers of reading that it has.

The character of the director (in and out of fiction) is played by Romain Duris, while Berenice Bejo plays his wife and the actress of the film in question. The plot of the zombie movie itself doesn’t make much sense to explain because, well, it doesn’t make much sense in itself. What is growing with the passing of the minutes is the idea that what we are seeing is a tribute to the efforts to make cinema whatever: good, bad, mediocre, with drunk actors and others with diarrhea, with clumsy assistants and actors too self-centered. That everything can go wrong and the product may be mediocre, but that everyone ? well, almost everyone ? will give their best so that the result is as worthy as possible.

In that sense, the film is somewhat reminiscent of EDWOOD, by Tim Burton, a much more creative but equally kind tribute to the guys who put everything into projects, shall we say, pretty bad. The case of Duris is not exactly the same ? he gets hooked on this project as with everything he does, because he is a director by trade who does everything quickly and cheaply ? but the complications of production and the personal/family echoes of what what happens there they take him to put blood and heart into the matter.

1652833360 105 Cannes 2022 review of Final Cut by Michel Hazanavicius Opening.webp

The most ingenious gesture of the structure of the film is that the second part ?which is a chronicle of the shooting? explains and alters the first part, which is the film already shot. And the grace arises from understanding what circumstances were motivating certain scenes that we saw before, forcing us to reread the zombie movie itself in an even more absurd tone. And the humor there usually works very well. To understand the grace of the film, we must pay attention, fundamentally, to the fact that it was made in a long sequence shot and broadcast live, which forced to solve problems on the spot, including a musicalization on-site which may be the best gag of all.

It is not a film for competition, of course, perhaps it is not quite so for an opening either, but films like FINAL CUT They will work very well in festival night programs, midnight cycles or those that show genre films taken with humor and affection. One could imagine this same film as a tribute to those Troma-type factories (or to Ed Wood himself) or to all those groups of friends who get together to film something in an amateur and chaotic but ultimately loving way. Everyone, even those who do it, know that the product may end up being quite bad, but they will give up everything they have for the love of cinema.



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[date_timestamp] => 1652833364 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Vegan diets boost weight loss, lower blood sugar in adults with overweight or type 2 diabetes [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/science/vegan-diets-boost-weight-loss-lower-blood-sugar-in-adults-with-overweight-or-type-2-diabetes/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 22:55:40 +0000 [category] => scienceadultsbloodboostdiabetesdietslossoverweightsugartypeVeganweight [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3308 [description] => However, vegan diets that are rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds, with no all animal derived foods, did not affect blood pressure or triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood) compared to other diets. For this study, the researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of all relevant English language randomised trials, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

However, vegan diets that are rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds, with no all animal derived foods, did not affect blood pressure or triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood) compared to other diets.

For this study, the researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of all relevant English language randomised trials, published up to March 2022, comparing the effect of vegan diets to other types of diets on cardiometabolic risk factors ? body weight, body mass index [BMI], blood sugar levels, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (so-called ?bad cholesterol?), high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and triglycerides.

Vegan diets were compared with either passive control groups (participants continuing normal diet with no dietary changes) or active control groups (participants following other dietary interventions such as Mediterranean diets, different diabetes diets, or portion-controlled diets).

Data were analysed for 11 studies involving 796 individuals (average age ranging from 48 to 61 years) with overweight (BMI of 25 kg/m2 or over) or type 2 diabetes. The trials lasted for at least 12 weeks (average duration 19 weeks) and considered weight loss of at least 5 kg (11lbs) clinically meaningful.

Analyses found that compared with control diets, vegan diets significantly reduced body weight (effect average -4.1 kg) and BMI (-1.38 kg/m2). But the effects on blood sugar level (-0.18 %-points), total cholesterol (-0.30 mmol/L) and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (-0.24 mmol/L) were rather small.

Further analyses found even greater reductions in body weight and BMI when vegan diets were compared with continuing a normal diet without dietary changes (-7.4 kg and -2.78 kg/m2 respectively), than compared with other intervention diets (-2.7 kg and -0.87 kg/m2).

?This rigorous assessment of the best available evidence to date indicates with reasonable certainty that adhering to a vegan diet for at least 12 weeks may result in clinically meaningful weight loss and improve blood sugar levels, and therefore can be used in the management of overweight and type 2 diabetes,? says Termannsen. ?Vegan diets likely lead to weight loss because they are associated with a reduced calorie intake due to a lower content of fat and higher content of dietary fibre. However, more evidence is needed regarding other cardiometabolic outcomes.?

The researchers note several caveats to their findings, including the small sample sizes of the majority of the studies, and that the vegan diets varied substantially by carbohydrate, protein and fat content, and none of the studies prescribed a control diet that exactly matched the intervention diet in all other aspects except veganism. Therefore, the effects of vegan interventions on cardiometabolic health may partly be caused by differences in macronutrient composition and energy intake between the groups.

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Vegan diets boost weight loss, lower blood sugar in adults with overweight or type 2 diabetes

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) [summary] => However, vegan diets that are rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds, with no all animal derived foods, did not affect blood pressure or triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood) compared to other diets. For this study, the researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of all relevant English language randomised trials, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

However, vegan diets that are rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds, with no all animal derived foods, did not affect blood pressure or triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood) compared to other diets.

For this study, the researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of all relevant English language randomised trials, published up to March 2022, comparing the effect of vegan diets to other types of diets on cardiometabolic risk factors ? body weight, body mass index [BMI], blood sugar levels, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (so-called ?bad cholesterol?), high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and triglycerides.

Vegan diets were compared with either passive control groups (participants continuing normal diet with no dietary changes) or active control groups (participants following other dietary interventions such as Mediterranean diets, different diabetes diets, or portion-controlled diets).

Data were analysed for 11 studies involving 796 individuals (average age ranging from 48 to 61 years) with overweight (BMI of 25 kg/m2 or over) or type 2 diabetes. The trials lasted for at least 12 weeks (average duration 19 weeks) and considered weight loss of at least 5 kg (11lbs) clinically meaningful.

Analyses found that compared with control diets, vegan diets significantly reduced body weight (effect average -4.1 kg) and BMI (-1.38 kg/m2). But the effects on blood sugar level (-0.18 %-points), total cholesterol (-0.30 mmol/L) and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (-0.24 mmol/L) were rather small.

Further analyses found even greater reductions in body weight and BMI when vegan diets were compared with continuing a normal diet without dietary changes (-7.4 kg and -2.78 kg/m2 respectively), than compared with other intervention diets (-2.7 kg and -0.87 kg/m2).

?This rigorous assessment of the best available evidence to date indicates with reasonable certainty that adhering to a vegan diet for at least 12 weeks may result in clinically meaningful weight loss and improve blood sugar levels, and therefore can be used in the management of overweight and type 2 diabetes,? says Termannsen. ?Vegan diets likely lead to weight loss because they are associated with a reduced calorie intake due to a lower content of fat and higher content of dietary fibre. However, more evidence is needed regarding other cardiometabolic outcomes.?

The researchers note several caveats to their findings, including the small sample sizes of the majority of the studies, and that the vegan diets varied substantially by carbohydrate, protein and fat content, and none of the studies prescribed a control diet that exactly matched the intervention diet in all other aspects except veganism. Therefore, the effects of vegan interventions on cardiometabolic health may partly be caused by differences in macronutrient composition and energy intake between the groups.

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[date_timestamp] => 1652828140 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Robotic remedy: A new effective treatment for chronic stroke rehabilitation [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/science/robotic-remedy-a-new-effective-treatment-for-chronic-stroke-rehabilitation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 19:48:01 +0000 [category] => sciencechroniceffectiverehabilitationRemedyRoboticstroketreatment [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3306 [description] => Journal Reference: Takashi Takebayashi, Kayoko Takahashi, Satoru Amano, Masahiko Gosho, Masahiro Sakai, Koichi Hashimoto, Kenji Hachisuka, Yuki Uchiyama, Kazuhisa Domen. Robot-Assisted Training as Self-Training for Upper-Limb Hemiplegia in Chronic Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Stroke, 2022; DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.121.037260 A study led by Dr. Takashi Takebayashi and published in the journal Stroke suggests continuing therapy for ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Takashi Takebayashi, Kayoko Takahashi, Satoru Amano, Masahiko Gosho, Masahiro Sakai, Koichi Hashimoto, Kenji Hachisuka, Yuki Uchiyama, Kazuhisa Domen. Robot-Assisted Training as Self-Training for Upper-Limb Hemiplegia in Chronic Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Stroke, 2022; DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.121.037260

A study led by Dr. Takashi Takebayashi and published in the journal Stroke suggests continuing therapy for chronic stroke patients is still beneficial while suggesting a radical alternative. Robot therapy can provide repetitive exercises while holding affected limbs, sensing force feedback, and providing real time analysis.

This led the Osaka Metropolitan University researchers to determine if robotic therapy is as effective as traditional therapy during the chronic stage of stroke recovery. If widely adopted, robot therapy could improve care for stroke patients while being cost effective and requiring minimal therapeutic staff guidance.

The research team enlisted the help of 129 stroke patients who met screening criteria for arm and hand paralysis and provided informed consent to participate in the study. The team then coordinated efforts across 25 clinics and hospitals in Japan to test the efficacy of robot therapy. They performed a randomized controlled trial that divided patients with equally severe stroke into three groups with three one-hour weekly therapy sessions for 10 weeks, beginning six months after the patient?s stroke.

The control group received 40 minutes of self-training and 20 minutes of therapist-led occupational therapy, focused on traditional correct movement, joint mobility, stretching, and daily activities. The robot therapy group began with 20 minutes of therapist-led standard occupational therapy. Followed by 40 minutes of rehabilitation with a ReoGo-J upper-limb rehabilitation device, an armature that supports the patients? arms, senses their movement, provides feedback, and matches difficulty to the patients? level of impairment. The movement therapy group sought to combine 40 minutes of robot-assisted self training with 20 minutes constraint induced movement therapy, where therapist-led exercises on hand shaping, task practice, and practice applying those skills to real life situations were conducted.

Contrary to widely accepted clinical practices, the chronic paralysis patients did show signs of improvement from the training despite being in the chronic stroke stage. Importantly, in measurements of daily tasks, the patients who received robot therapy rated the same as the control group who had therapist-led exercises.

The combined approach of robot therapy supplemented with therapist-led standardized occupational training proved most effective. This suggests not only that care for chronic stroke hemiplegia patients needs to be continued, but that robot therapy may be more influential in stroke recovery than traditional therapy alone.

The biggest differences were found in a subset of robot-therapy patients that had large improvements in shoulder, elbow, and forearm use, where the ReoGo-J upper-limb rehabilitation device program focused.

The study was limited as testing was done during the chronic stroke phase, leaving the full scope of robot therapy unexplored. When asked about the importance of the research, Professor Takebeyashi concluded, ?Receiving rehabilitation therapy using robots has been established in the chronic phase following a stroke. It can lead to improvement of the paralyzed hand and increased functionality in daily life compared to current therapeutic approaches. I still want to continue exploring more ways to restore hand movement, as much as possible, to improve chronic stroke patients? health and quality of life.?

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Takashi Takebayashi, Kayoko Takahashi, Satoru Amano, Masahiko Gosho, Masahiro Sakai, Koichi Hashimoto, Kenji Hachisuka, Yuki Uchiyama, Kazuhisa Domen. Robot-Assisted Training as Self-Training for Upper-Limb Hemiplegia in Chronic Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Stroke, 2022; DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.121.037260 A study led by Dr. Takashi Takebayashi and published in the journal Stroke suggests continuing therapy for ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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  1. Takashi Takebayashi, Kayoko Takahashi, Satoru Amano, Masahiko Gosho, Masahiro Sakai, Koichi Hashimoto, Kenji Hachisuka, Yuki Uchiyama, Kazuhisa Domen. Robot-Assisted Training as Self-Training for Upper-Limb Hemiplegia in Chronic Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Stroke, 2022; DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.121.037260

A study led by Dr. Takashi Takebayashi and published in the journal Stroke suggests continuing therapy for chronic stroke patients is still beneficial while suggesting a radical alternative. Robot therapy can provide repetitive exercises while holding affected limbs, sensing force feedback, and providing real time analysis.

This led the Osaka Metropolitan University researchers to determine if robotic therapy is as effective as traditional therapy during the chronic stage of stroke recovery. If widely adopted, robot therapy could improve care for stroke patients while being cost effective and requiring minimal therapeutic staff guidance.

The research team enlisted the help of 129 stroke patients who met screening criteria for arm and hand paralysis and provided informed consent to participate in the study. The team then coordinated efforts across 25 clinics and hospitals in Japan to test the efficacy of robot therapy. They performed a randomized controlled trial that divided patients with equally severe stroke into three groups with three one-hour weekly therapy sessions for 10 weeks, beginning six months after the patient?s stroke.

The control group received 40 minutes of self-training and 20 minutes of therapist-led occupational therapy, focused on traditional correct movement, joint mobility, stretching, and daily activities. The robot therapy group began with 20 minutes of therapist-led standard occupational therapy. Followed by 40 minutes of rehabilitation with a ReoGo-J upper-limb rehabilitation device, an armature that supports the patients? arms, senses their movement, provides feedback, and matches difficulty to the patients? level of impairment. The movement therapy group sought to combine 40 minutes of robot-assisted self training with 20 minutes constraint induced movement therapy, where therapist-led exercises on hand shaping, task practice, and practice applying those skills to real life situations were conducted.

Contrary to widely accepted clinical practices, the chronic paralysis patients did show signs of improvement from the training despite being in the chronic stroke stage. Importantly, in measurements of daily tasks, the patients who received robot therapy rated the same as the control group who had therapist-led exercises.

The combined approach of robot therapy supplemented with therapist-led standardized occupational training proved most effective. This suggests not only that care for chronic stroke hemiplegia patients needs to be continued, but that robot therapy may be more influential in stroke recovery than traditional therapy alone.

The biggest differences were found in a subset of robot-therapy patients that had large improvements in shoulder, elbow, and forearm use, where the ReoGo-J upper-limb rehabilitation device program focused.

The study was limited as testing was done during the chronic stroke phase, leaving the full scope of robot therapy unexplored. When asked about the importance of the research, Professor Takebeyashi concluded, ?Receiving rehabilitation therapy using robots has been established in the chronic phase following a stroke. It can lead to improvement of the paralyzed hand and increased functionality in daily life compared to current therapeutic approaches. I still want to continue exploring more ways to restore hand movement, as much as possible, to improve chronic stroke patients? health and quality of life.?

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[date_timestamp] => 1652816881 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => This Is What Anya Taylor-Joy Looks Like In Her Upcoming Psychological Horror-Comedy Movie, The Menu [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/mystery/this-is-what-anya-taylor-joy-looks-like-in-her-upcoming-psychological-horror-comedy-movie-the-menu/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Kelly Nieves ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 18:13:45 +0000 [category] => MysteryAnyaHorrorComedymenuMoviepsychologicalTaylorJoyUpcoming [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3303 [description] => After the success with Don’t Look Up, Adam McKay returns to the big screen with a new comedy about the culinary world. Menudescribed as a satirical comedy with hints of a thriller, something quite redundant, confusing and to a certain extent antithetical, is presumed to be one of the most anticipated movies for this 2022 ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

After the success with Don’t Look Up, Adam McKay returns to the big screen with a new comedy about the culinary world. Menudescribed as a satirical comedy with hints of a thriller, something quite redundant, confusing and to a certain extent antithetical, is presumed to be one of the most anticipated movies for this 2022 thanks to its producer, its cast and its theme.

The McKay-produced film is directed by Emmy winner Ark Mylord and stars the British-Argentine Anya Taylor-JoyNicholas Hoult and Ralph Fiennes. Which catapulted it to our top list of movies to watch this year and marks it as one of the most interesting satirical comedies of recent times. While we’ve already seen what Adam McKay did with climate change, now we’ll see him taking a snobbish culinary world as his guide.

When does The Menu premiere?

In fact, Menu It has had several modifications since it took its first steps. Initially, the leading roles that were announced for Emma Stone and Ralph Fiennes have taken other directions and new stars have been introduced to the cast. However, after delays and extensions, Searchlight Pictures announced that The film will be released in theaters on November 18..

Anya Taylor-Joy stars in The Menu.

Camilla Falquez.

What is the cast of The Menu?

Anya Taylor-Joy

The actress of the moment and protagonist of The Northman by Robert Eggers, is the star that leads Menu In the role of Margot. The actress with Argentine roots continues to rise after Last Night in Soho and it is expected that she will also premiere this year Catenbury Glass.

Nicholas Hoult

The English actor, whom we have recently seen in more commercial productions alongside the X-Men superheroes in the role of Hank McCoy, takes on the role of Tyler for this new project from the director of Succession.

Ralph Fiennes

One of our favorite villains, in the role of Voldemort in the Harry Potter saga, has gone from the magical world to the world of gastronomy as the eccentric Chef Slowika role that will undoubtedly give a lot to talk about in this acid comedy.

Hong Chau

The American, of Vietnamese origin, takes the role of elsa in TheMenu. After several years as Audrey Temple in Homecoming, Hong Chau returns to the big screen in this new movie.

Janet McTeer

The Tony, Golden Globe and Oscar winner returns to the movies after her role in The Exception. After 6 years of absence from film productions, McTeer will play the role of Lillian Bloom.

What is The Menu about?

Margot and Tyler They are a young couple visiting an exclusive restaurant on a luxurious remote island. Promising ingredients both surprising and unusual, the famous Chef Slowik’s tasting menu will deliver something much deeper than just a meal. Immersing the viewer in a satirical comedy with tints of psychological Horror, worthy of unexpected twists and turns and crazy situations.

Does The Menu already have an official trailer?

Do not. Menu still does not have any official advance by Searchlight. However, the moviewhich is still in the post-production phase, will soon give us the first glimpse of the film that will be released this November.

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) [summary] => After the success with Don’t Look Up, Adam McKay returns to the big screen with a new comedy about the culinary world. Menudescribed as a satirical comedy with hints of a thriller, something quite redundant, confusing and to a certain extent antithetical, is presumed to be one of the most anticipated movies for this 2022 ... Read more [atom_content] =>

After the success with Don’t Look Up, Adam McKay returns to the big screen with a new comedy about the culinary world. Menudescribed as a satirical comedy with hints of a thriller, something quite redundant, confusing and to a certain extent antithetical, is presumed to be one of the most anticipated movies for this 2022 thanks to its producer, its cast and its theme.

The McKay-produced film is directed by Emmy winner Ark Mylord and stars the British-Argentine Anya Taylor-JoyNicholas Hoult and Ralph Fiennes. Which catapulted it to our top list of movies to watch this year and marks it as one of the most interesting satirical comedies of recent times. While we’ve already seen what Adam McKay did with climate change, now we’ll see him taking a snobbish culinary world as his guide.

When does The Menu premiere?

In fact, Menu It has had several modifications since it took its first steps. Initially, the leading roles that were announced for Emma Stone and Ralph Fiennes have taken other directions and new stars have been introduced to the cast. However, after delays and extensions, Searchlight Pictures announced that The film will be released in theaters on November 18..

Anya Taylor-Joy stars in The Menu.

Camilla Falquez.

What is the cast of The Menu?

Anya Taylor-Joy

The actress of the moment and protagonist of The Northman by Robert Eggers, is the star that leads Menu In the role of Margot. The actress with Argentine roots continues to rise after Last Night in Soho and it is expected that she will also premiere this year Catenbury Glass.

Nicholas Hoult

The English actor, whom we have recently seen in more commercial productions alongside the X-Men superheroes in the role of Hank McCoy, takes on the role of Tyler for this new project from the director of Succession.

Ralph Fiennes

One of our favorite villains, in the role of Voldemort in the Harry Potter saga, has gone from the magical world to the world of gastronomy as the eccentric Chef Slowika role that will undoubtedly give a lot to talk about in this acid comedy.

Hong Chau

The American, of Vietnamese origin, takes the role of elsa in TheMenu. After several years as Audrey Temple in Homecoming, Hong Chau returns to the big screen in this new movie.

Janet McTeer

The Tony, Golden Globe and Oscar winner returns to the movies after her role in The Exception. After 6 years of absence from film productions, McTeer will play the role of Lillian Bloom.

What is The Menu about?

Margot and Tyler They are a young couple visiting an exclusive restaurant on a luxurious remote island. Promising ingredients both surprising and unusual, the famous Chef Slowik’s tasting menu will deliver something much deeper than just a meal. Immersing the viewer in a satirical comedy with tints of psychological Horror, worthy of unexpected twists and turns and crazy situations.

Does The Menu already have an official trailer?

Do not. Menu still does not have any official advance by Searchlight. However, the moviewhich is still in the post-production phase, will soon give us the first glimpse of the film that will be released this November.

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[date_timestamp] => 1652811225 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => ?Our Father? overwhelms Netflix subscribers: Where is Dr. Cline and why hasn?t he gone to jail? [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/horror/our-father-overwhelms-netflix-subscribers-where-is-dr-cline-and-why-hasnt-he-gone-to-jail/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Jody Bailey ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 17:54:34 +0000 [category] => HorrorClineFatherhasntjailNetflixoverwhelmssubscribers [guid] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3301 [description] => The true story of a fertility expert gynecologist who impregnated dozens of patients with his experma and without their consent is at the top of the most popular on Netflix. There are real stories capable of overwhelming us as much or more than the most shocking drama or the most disturbing horror film. Now that ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The true story of a fertility expert gynecologist who impregnated dozens of patients with his experma and without their consent is at the top of the most popular on Netflix.

There are real stories capable of overwhelming us as much or more than the most shocking drama or the most disturbing horror film. Now that the ‘true crime’ and the documentary genre are in excellent health, we can find dozens of titles that prove it, but one of them is without a doubt Our father, a true crime feature film that has just arrived on Netflix and that since its debut just a week ago is among the top positions of the most popular on the streaming platform.

The story, incredible as it may seem, is not unique in the world. Like the infamous Dr. Donald Cline, several fertility gynecologists have used their own sperm to impregnate dozens of their patients without their knowledge or consent. On HBO, in fact, you can also find the documentary film Baby God, about the story of another gynecologist known as Dr. Quincy who carried out similar practices for at least three decades. It’s not the only one, but the story about Dr. Donald Cline that is told in the original Netflix title is the one that has currently caused a real explosion on social networkswith tens of thousands of people waiting to hear the story of their victims from the moment it was announced by the platform.

Based in Indianapolis and considered a true eminence in the field of Assisted Reproduction, former fertility doctor Donald Cline used his own sperm in the 1970s and 1980s to impregnate at least fifty patients without their consent or awareness and, in turn, engaged in a series of ethical violations. His heinous actions are recounted in Our father through the testimonies of several of his victims, biological children who have discovered to their horror that, in the Indianapolis metro area alone, they share genetics with at least 90 people. A serious problem -some of them may end up dating, getting married or having children together without knowing their relationship- in addition to the already terrible fact of having impregnated their mothers without their knowledge. In addition, Cline would have repeatedly eluded the strict health control that must be done on donors in her clinic, transmitting genetic health problems to their offspring.

Dr. Cline’s dark actions were uncovered in 2014, when Jacoba Ballard, one of “his daughters,” registered on a donor-conceived and adopted forum with the goal of finding one of her own siblings. However, what she discovered was this sick and traumatic plot that she never would have imagined.

The gynecologist who impregnated 50 patients: ‘Our father’, the Netflix documentary that everyone will talk about in the spring

Produced by the production company Blumhouseknown for his horror movies, Our father has turned out to be shocking enough by her standards. It brings to the table the terrible problem of fertility fraud that has exposed up to 44 more doctors who have committed the same crimes as Cline. The full extent of the trauma and danger of their actions can be addressed through the courage of the whistleblowers and the Netflix documentary, but Donald Cline is still alive and close to his community despite the gravity of what he did.

Where is Dr. Donald Cline now and why hasn’t he gone to jail?

Donald Cline is surprisingly a free man who remains active in his community despite the harm he caused to hundreds of people.

In 2017, he was put on trial for obstruction of justice and charged with two level 6 felonies, which is the lowest felony level there is. As a result, Dr. Cline was subjected to a $500 fine and the loss of his medical license. However, the loss of the medical license is debatable, since Cline had already retired almost a decade earlier, in 2009.

Despite the seriousness of his actions, Donald Cline was not sentenced to prison. The reason is, as the website exposes ScreenRant, that at the time of his sentence, Indiana did not have any legislation on crimes related to illicit inseminations. That, thankfully, has since changed thanks to activism and protest against the lenient sentence toward Cline, who at the time was a highly valued member of his community and was the first known felon. Although Indiana law currently considers her illicit insemination actions illegal, Cline has not been tried on those charges.

Justice was not done, but that is the main objective of the Netflix documentary film Our father: Exposing Cline’s story, listening to victims and whistleblowers, and defending legislation that makes fertility fraud illegal in the United States is a necessary step forward to expose the doctors who commit this crime.

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) [summary] => The true story of a fertility expert gynecologist who impregnated dozens of patients with his experma and without their consent is at the top of the most popular on Netflix. There are real stories capable of overwhelming us as much or more than the most shocking drama or the most disturbing horror film. Now that ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The true story of a fertility expert gynecologist who impregnated dozens of patients with his experma and without their consent is at the top of the most popular on Netflix.

There are real stories capable of overwhelming us as much or more than the most shocking drama or the most disturbing horror film. Now that the ‘true crime’ and the documentary genre are in excellent health, we can find dozens of titles that prove it, but one of them is without a doubt Our father, a true crime feature film that has just arrived on Netflix and that since its debut just a week ago is among the top positions of the most popular on the streaming platform.

The story, incredible as it may seem, is not unique in the world. Like the infamous Dr. Donald Cline, several fertility gynecologists have used their own sperm to impregnate dozens of their patients without their knowledge or consent. On HBO, in fact, you can also find the documentary film Baby God, about the story of another gynecologist known as Dr. Quincy who carried out similar practices for at least three decades. It’s not the only one, but the story about Dr. Donald Cline that is told in the original Netflix title is the one that has currently caused a real explosion on social networkswith tens of thousands of people waiting to hear the story of their victims from the moment it was announced by the platform.

Based in Indianapolis and considered a true eminence in the field of Assisted Reproduction, former fertility doctor Donald Cline used his own sperm in the 1970s and 1980s to impregnate at least fifty patients without their consent or awareness and, in turn, engaged in a series of ethical violations. His heinous actions are recounted in Our father through the testimonies of several of his victims, biological children who have discovered to their horror that, in the Indianapolis metro area alone, they share genetics with at least 90 people. A serious problem -some of them may end up dating, getting married or having children together without knowing their relationship- in addition to the already terrible fact of having impregnated their mothers without their knowledge. In addition, Cline would have repeatedly eluded the strict health control that must be done on donors in her clinic, transmitting genetic health problems to their offspring.

Dr. Cline’s dark actions were uncovered in 2014, when Jacoba Ballard, one of “his daughters,” registered on a donor-conceived and adopted forum with the goal of finding one of her own siblings. However, what she discovered was this sick and traumatic plot that she never would have imagined.

The gynecologist who impregnated 50 patients: ‘Our father’, the Netflix documentary that everyone will talk about in the spring

Produced by the production company Blumhouseknown for his horror movies, Our father has turned out to be shocking enough by her standards. It brings to the table the terrible problem of fertility fraud that has exposed up to 44 more doctors who have committed the same crimes as Cline. The full extent of the trauma and danger of their actions can be addressed through the courage of the whistleblowers and the Netflix documentary, but Donald Cline is still alive and close to his community despite the gravity of what he did.

Where is Dr. Donald Cline now and why hasn’t he gone to jail?

Donald Cline is surprisingly a free man who remains active in his community despite the harm he caused to hundreds of people.

In 2017, he was put on trial for obstruction of justice and charged with two level 6 felonies, which is the lowest felony level there is. As a result, Dr. Cline was subjected to a $500 fine and the loss of his medical license. However, the loss of the medical license is debatable, since Cline had already retired almost a decade earlier, in 2009.

Despite the seriousness of his actions, Donald Cline was not sentenced to prison. The reason is, as the website exposes ScreenRant, that at the time of his sentence, Indiana did not have any legislation on crimes related to illicit inseminations. That, thankfully, has since changed thanks to activism and protest against the lenient sentence toward Cline, who at the time was a highly valued member of his community and was the first known felon. Although Indiana law currently considers her illicit insemination actions illegal, Cline has not been tried on those charges.

Justice was not done, but that is the main objective of the Netflix documentary film Our father: Exposing Cline’s story, listening to victims and whistleblowers, and defending legislation that makes fertility fraud illegal in the United States is a necessary step forward to expose the doctors who commit this crime.

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[date_timestamp] => 1652810074 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Criticism of The Mob Tailor, with Mark Rylance in a role that fits him like a glove [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/action/criticism-of-the-mob-tailor-with-mark-rylance-in-a-role-that-fits-him-like-a-glove/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Amanda Tyer ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 17:43:47 +0000 [category] => ActioncriticismfitsgloveMarkMobroleRylanceTailor [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3298 [description] => Classic movie lovers, me! If you are one of those who really enjoy a good suspense movie, we recommend that you put yourselves in the hands of Mark Rylance (Dunkirk), which leads the cast of The mafia tailor. It’s not only a great thriller but stands as a metaphor for a type of film that ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Classic movie lovers, me! If you are one of those who really enjoy a good suspense movie, we recommend that you put yourselves in the hands of Mark Rylance (Dunkirk), which leads the cast of The mafia tailor.

It’s not only a great thriller but stands as a metaphor for a type of film that is barely made anymore but in which there is care and extreme care for detail so that, despite the fact that the scissors go out of the pre-established pattern and there is even the failure to execute the garment, a reasonably adequate work ends up being born. to expectations.

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Trailer for The Mob Tailor, with Mark Rylance

Leonard is a dedicated worker who runs a tailor shop in the heart of Chicago with his assistant Mable, whose aspirations are to forge a destiny beyond this precarious business. Both overcome as best they can the obstacles they find on their way to have a normal life, since in the establishment is the mailbox of the local mafia.

Thus, in addition to dressing the gangsters in the most elegant way possible and satisfying their expectations using his skills acquired on London’s famous Saville Row, Leonard will have to survive a fateful night in which the boss’s son comes in his help with a serious injury after a brawl with another group that wants to dispute their supremacy.

At gunpoint and with the suspicion that a mole has betrayed them within their ranks, the mobsters will force him to get involved in their plans much more than he initially expected, which will lead to an improvised maneuver to get out unscathed.

The best suspense and mystery movies of all time

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Graham Moorethe Oscar-winning screenwriter of The Imitation Game (Deciphering Enigma) made his directorial debut in a very notable way with The mafia tailor making several wise decisions: few locations, few characters and a lot of mystery.

As if it were one of Hitchcock’s best thrillers (there is a clear homage to The Noose, although no tricks in terms of creating sequence shots), Moore imprisons his characters inside the tailor’s shop, which stands practically as the only stage of the action. There he confronts the characters with their destiny.

One of the attractions of the film is that manages to surprise you with each script twist, and there are quite a few! Just when it seems that interest is beginning to wane and that the plot is going to be resolved in an anodyne way, new information appears that rethinks the characters and makes us doubt again about what we are seeing and who is who in reality.

Loaded with metaphors about the craft of filmmaking itself… and anything else in which talent has to intervene, The mafia tailor shows that there is room for maneuver to create an efficient classic managing resources with ingenuity. Here less is more, but nothing is out of place because the production design is calculated to the millimeter so that everything fits.

The film’s dialogues are sparkling, the performances solvent and Mark Rylance especially looks spectacular. thanks to a paper that is a candy. He extracts all the juice to deliver one of those interpretations that are not forgotten. The staging may be somewhat theatrical, but that does not detract from its impact.

Special mention should be made of the film’s promotional posters, which play precisely with “the instruments” that tailors and gangsters use in their day-to-day lives: scissors and revolvers.

In short, with The mafia tailor We are facing one of those small works of art that slip between the premieres to the cheetah without speaking, but that stand out above the average as a very worthy entertainment. The classics never go out of style.

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) [summary] => Classic movie lovers, me! If you are one of those who really enjoy a good suspense movie, we recommend that you put yourselves in the hands of Mark Rylance (Dunkirk), which leads the cast of The mafia tailor. It’s not only a great thriller but stands as a metaphor for a type of film that ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Classic movie lovers, me! If you are one of those who really enjoy a good suspense movie, we recommend that you put yourselves in the hands of Mark Rylance (Dunkirk), which leads the cast of The mafia tailor.

It’s not only a great thriller but stands as a metaphor for a type of film that is barely made anymore but in which there is care and extreme care for detail so that, despite the fact that the scissors go out of the pre-established pattern and there is even the failure to execute the garment, a reasonably adequate work ends up being born. to expectations.

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Leonard is a dedicated worker who runs a tailor shop in the heart of Chicago with his assistant Mable, whose aspirations are to forge a destiny beyond this precarious business. Both overcome as best they can the obstacles they find on their way to have a normal life, since in the establishment is the mailbox of the local mafia.

Thus, in addition to dressing the gangsters in the most elegant way possible and satisfying their expectations using his skills acquired on London’s famous Saville Row, Leonard will have to survive a fateful night in which the boss’s son comes in his help with a serious injury after a brawl with another group that wants to dispute their supremacy.

At gunpoint and with the suspicion that a mole has betrayed them within their ranks, the mobsters will force him to get involved in their plans much more than he initially expected, which will lead to an improvised maneuver to get out unscathed.

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Graham Moorethe Oscar-winning screenwriter of The Imitation Game (Deciphering Enigma) made his directorial debut in a very notable way with The mafia tailor making several wise decisions: few locations, few characters and a lot of mystery.

As if it were one of Hitchcock’s best thrillers (there is a clear homage to The Noose, although no tricks in terms of creating sequence shots), Moore imprisons his characters inside the tailor’s shop, which stands practically as the only stage of the action. There he confronts the characters with their destiny.

One of the attractions of the film is that manages to surprise you with each script twist, and there are quite a few! Just when it seems that interest is beginning to wane and that the plot is going to be resolved in an anodyne way, new information appears that rethinks the characters and makes us doubt again about what we are seeing and who is who in reality.

Loaded with metaphors about the craft of filmmaking itself… and anything else in which talent has to intervene, The mafia tailor shows that there is room for maneuver to create an efficient classic managing resources with ingenuity. Here less is more, but nothing is out of place because the production design is calculated to the millimeter so that everything fits.

The film’s dialogues are sparkling, the performances solvent and Mark Rylance especially looks spectacular. thanks to a paper that is a candy. He extracts all the juice to deliver one of those interpretations that are not forgotten. The staging may be somewhat theatrical, but that does not detract from its impact.

Special mention should be made of the film’s promotional posters, which play precisely with “the instruments” that tailors and gangsters use in their day-to-day lives: scissors and revolvers.

In short, with The mafia tailor We are facing one of those small works of art that slip between the premieres to the cheetah without speaking, but that stand out above the average as a very worthy entertainment. The classics never go out of style.

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[date_timestamp] => 1652809427 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Don?t Worry Darling, the thriller with Harry Styles and Florence Pugh, promises sex scenes that change [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/thriller/dont-worry-darling-the-thriller-with-harry-styles-and-florence-pugh-promises-sex-scenes-that-change/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Francisco ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 17:38:58 +0000 [category] => ThrillerchangeDarlingDontFlorenceHarrypromisesPughscenesSexStylesWorry [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3295 [description] => We only see a few steamy seconds between Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in the trailer for Don’t Worry Darling, but that was enough to ignite the powder. Olivia Wilde, the director, took the opportunity to confide in the sex scenes of her next feature film. In the next psychological thriller from Olivia Wildeactress Florence ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

We only see a few steamy seconds between Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in the trailer for Don’t Worry Darling, but that was enough to ignite the powder. Olivia Wilde, the director, took the opportunity to confide in the sex scenes of her next feature film.

In the next psychological thriller from Olivia Wildeactress Florence Pugh ? known for her roles in The Young Lady, The Daughters of Doctor March or Midsommar ? will star alongside singer and actor Harry Styles.

And according to the director, the film will make viewers aware ” the scarcity of female pleasure on the big screen.

It makes you want?

Feminine envy in Don’t Worry Darling

If the duo Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde was on everyone’s lips because of the age difference of the coupleit is for a completely different reason that it is stirring today: the release of the trailer for the next film by the American actress and director, which hinted at a torrid scene between the actor and Florence Pugh?

Since then, Olivia Wilde has confided in Don’t Worry Darlingdescribing it as ” female mystic on acid !

I kept thinking, ‘Why isn’t there good sex in movies anymore???

Olivia Wilde for Vogue

The film tells the story of an isolated 1950s housewife in a California desert community who eventually discovers ” a disturbing truth “. Beyond rocking ass scenesaccording to the director, Don’t Worry Darling especially asks the following questions : ? What are you willing to sacrifice to do what is right? If you really think about it, are you ready to blow up the system that serves you? “.

An entire program.

According to her, the plot was inspired by a meeting with Gloria Steinem ? famous American journalist and feminist ? at a rally in New York and thrillers like Fatal attraction by Matthew Parkhill or Indecent Proposal of Adrian Lyne, films that she finds ” really sexy, in a grown-up way “.

I kept thinking, ‘Why isn’t there good sex in movies anymore?” “, has she explained to vogue while adding that he intends to ensure that his audience ” realizes how rarely he sees female desire on screen, and specifically this type of female pleasure “.

  Florence Pugh in Don't Worry Darling

Find an actor who can “let a woman take center stage”

The future thriller almost didn’t see the light of day… The reason? Olivia Wilde would have had great difficulty casting an actor for the character of Jack, the main protagonist’s husband. According to her, in turn, the actors wiggled their ass because they refused to leave the leading role to a woman. She entrusted to vogue :

“I can’t tell you how many men have read the script and said, ‘Unless it’s a two-parter, unless I’m in as many ? or more ? parts of the script as she is, it is not worth it”.

And it’s not their fault. They were raised with this kind of misogyny that is part of society and tells them ?if I don’t take up enough space, I won’t have any value?.

No kidding, it’s hard to find actors who recognize why it’s worth allowing a woman to take center stage.. »

Fortunately, Harry Styles doesn’t seem to have the oversized ego of a fragile male and willingly joined the cast alongside the stunning Florence Pugh.

Can’t wait to see their chemistry burst onto the screen in 2022!


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) [summary] => We only see a few steamy seconds between Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in the trailer for Don’t Worry Darling, but that was enough to ignite the powder. Olivia Wilde, the director, took the opportunity to confide in the sex scenes of her next feature film. In the next psychological thriller from Olivia Wildeactress Florence ... Read more [atom_content] =>

We only see a few steamy seconds between Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in the trailer for Don’t Worry Darling, but that was enough to ignite the powder. Olivia Wilde, the director, took the opportunity to confide in the sex scenes of her next feature film.

In the next psychological thriller from Olivia Wildeactress Florence Pugh ? known for her roles in The Young Lady, The Daughters of Doctor March or Midsommar ? will star alongside singer and actor Harry Styles.

And according to the director, the film will make viewers aware ” the scarcity of female pleasure on the big screen.

It makes you want?

Feminine envy in Don’t Worry Darling

If the duo Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde was on everyone’s lips because of the age difference of the coupleit is for a completely different reason that it is stirring today: the release of the trailer for the next film by the American actress and director, which hinted at a torrid scene between the actor and Florence Pugh?

Since then, Olivia Wilde has confided in Don’t Worry Darlingdescribing it as ” female mystic on acid !

I kept thinking, ‘Why isn’t there good sex in movies anymore???

Olivia Wilde for Vogue

The film tells the story of an isolated 1950s housewife in a California desert community who eventually discovers ” a disturbing truth “. Beyond rocking ass scenesaccording to the director, Don’t Worry Darling especially asks the following questions : ? What are you willing to sacrifice to do what is right? If you really think about it, are you ready to blow up the system that serves you? “.

An entire program.

According to her, the plot was inspired by a meeting with Gloria Steinem ? famous American journalist and feminist ? at a rally in New York and thrillers like Fatal attraction by Matthew Parkhill or Indecent Proposal of Adrian Lyne, films that she finds ” really sexy, in a grown-up way “.

I kept thinking, ‘Why isn’t there good sex in movies anymore?” “, has she explained to vogue while adding that he intends to ensure that his audience ” realizes how rarely he sees female desire on screen, and specifically this type of female pleasure “.

  Florence Pugh in Don't Worry Darling

Find an actor who can “let a woman take center stage”

The future thriller almost didn’t see the light of day… The reason? Olivia Wilde would have had great difficulty casting an actor for the character of Jack, the main protagonist’s husband. According to her, in turn, the actors wiggled their ass because they refused to leave the leading role to a woman. She entrusted to vogue :

“I can’t tell you how many men have read the script and said, ‘Unless it’s a two-parter, unless I’m in as many ? or more ? parts of the script as she is, it is not worth it”.

And it’s not their fault. They were raised with this kind of misogyny that is part of society and tells them ?if I don’t take up enough space, I won’t have any value?.

No kidding, it’s hard to find actors who recognize why it’s worth allowing a woman to take center stage.. »

Fortunately, Harry Styles doesn’t seem to have the oversized ego of a fragile male and willingly joined the cast alongside the stunning Florence Pugh.

Can’t wait to see their chemistry burst onto the screen in 2022!


Read also :

We take stock of the fantasies, essential to the birth of desire, with a sexologist

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Don’t Worry Darling, the thriller with Harry Styles and Florence Pugh, promises sex scenes that change


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[date_timestamp] => 1652809138 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => From La Teste-de-Buch (33) to the Cannes Film Festival, the painful memory of the Senegalese skirmishers [link] => http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/western/from-la-teste-de-buch-33-to-the-cannes-film-festival-the-painful-memory-of-the-senegalese-skirmishers/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Zander ) [pubdate] => Tue, 17 May 2022 17:37:00 +0000 [category] => WesternCannesfestivalFilmmemorypainfulSenegaleseskirmishersTestedeBuch [guid] => https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3292 [description] => The Natus cemetery memorial plaque in La Teste-de-Buch. CL / ?South West? Most festival-goers on the Croisette are unaware that in Fréjus (Var), not far from Cannes, the French military authorities had set up a transit camp for colonial troops. But these authorities had also chosen the region of Arcachon (Gironde) to set up another ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Natus cemetery memorial plaque in La Teste-de-Buch.

CL / ?South West?

Most festival-goers on the Croisette are unaware that in Fréjus (Var), not far from Cannes, the French military authorities had set up a transit camp for colonial troops. But these authorities had also chosen the region of Arcachon (Gironde) to set up another camp there in 1916, that of Courneau, near the port of Bordeaux, where tens of thousands of these soldiers of the “black force”, who counted more than 130,000 men under the orders of General Mangin arrived by boat from Dakar.

“Trail of the Negroes”, “camp of misery”

The memorial of the necropolis of Natus, in memory of 956 Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste-de-Buch.
The memorial of the necropolis of Natus, in memory of 956 Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste-de-Buch.

CL / ?NA?

The Girondin memory of this page in the history of the 1914-1918 war can be discovered on the edge of the user forest of La Teste-de-Buch (or La Teste), between the Dune du Pilat and the road to Cazaux. At the foot of a sandy hill shaded by the pine forest, the necropolis of Natus houses a funerary monument flanked by five metal stelae. They bear the names of 956 African soldiers out of the 27,000 who passed through Le Courneau. A camp whose hundreds of barracks have disappeared but were located precisely there, on the edge of what was called at the time the “trail of the negroes”, later renamed “the road of the Senegalese”.

The thousand Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste died on the spot of illness

We first imagine that these soldiers succumbed in the furious assaults from the front and that the bodies were repatriated to this wintering camp. Such is not the case. The thousand Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste (to which are added 250 soldiers buried in the military square of the cemetery of Arcachon) died on the spot of illness, in what contemporaries called “the camp of misery”, because of their difficult living conditions, especially during the cold and wet winter of 1916-1917.

An epidemic of pneumonia

Senegalese skirmishers in 1916-1917 at the Courneau camp.
Senegalese skirmishers in 1916-1917 at the Courneau camp.

Reproduction C.L.

Disembarked from the steamers ?Bretagne? or ?Niger?, the African battalions had to be equipped and trained before fighting. The Courneau instruction camp, set up on plots at a place called “Natus” pre-empted by the State, had up to 600 removable wooden huts, with roofs covered with tarmac and designed by General Intendant Louis Adrian to serve as dormitories, infirmaries, canteens, offices. This camp was used both for the preparation of black troops and as a place of retreat for units returning from the front.

The barracks of the Courneau training camp in La Teste saw the passage of at least 27,000 soldiers from Africa during the First World War.
The barracks of the Courneau training camp in La Teste saw the passage of at least 27,000 soldiers from Africa during the First World War.

Reproduction C.L.

But in this place reclaimed from the swamp, an epidemic will spread. It is known that many of these Africans were carriers of bacteria that cause pneumonia. Subjected to promiscuity and humidity to which they were not accustomed, the skirmishers died by the hundreds and were buried in a mass grave on the spot. It should be noted that 87 American soldiers, who also passed through the Courneau camp in 1918 and died of the Spanish flu, were briefly buried in the forest of Natus before their remains were repatriated to the United States or to the American cemetery of Suresnes, in the Hauts-de-Seine.

Memorial in 1967, headstones in 2018

It took time for the names of Abdoulaye Ba, Samba Diallo, Ouassa Konaté, Mamadou Aliou, Alayda Coulibaly, Fatoma Bamba, Mandiaye Dieng and all the others to be engraved on the memorial tablets. Out of 956, only 560 names could be reconstructed with certainty. A first ossuary built in 1948 with a stele was succeeded in 1967 by a real memorial thanks to the joint efforts of the French Remembrance Department of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, the Ivorian presidency and the municipalities of Arcachon.

One of the five stelae in the Natus cemetery bearing the names of the Senegalese skirmishers who died at the Courneau camp.
One of the five stelae in the Natus cemetery bearing the names of the Senegalese skirmishers who died at the Courneau camp.

CL / ?NA?

The memory of the Senegalese skirmishers took a more official turn in 2014 when the city of La Teste, labeled “centenary city” from 1914-1918, set up a temporary stele. Four years later, the current stelae were inaugurated. This moving testimony to the participation of Africans from the former colonial empire in the defense of France is not only celebrated on November 11, but also on August 23, which is the National Day of Remembrance in Senegal.

(1) Senegal, Upper Senegal and Niger (now Mali), Mauritania, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Dahomey (now Benin).

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From La Teste-de-Buch (33) to the Cannes Film Festival, the painful memory of the Senegalese skirmishers


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) [summary] => The Natus cemetery memorial plaque in La Teste-de-Buch. CL / ?South West? Most festival-goers on the Croisette are unaware that in Fréjus (Var), not far from Cannes, the French military authorities had set up a transit camp for colonial troops. But these authorities had also chosen the region of Arcachon (Gironde) to set up another ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Natus cemetery memorial plaque in La Teste-de-Buch.

CL / ?South West?

Most festival-goers on the Croisette are unaware that in Fréjus (Var), not far from Cannes, the French military authorities had set up a transit camp for colonial troops. But these authorities had also chosen the region of Arcachon (Gironde) to set up another camp there in 1916, that of Courneau, near the port of Bordeaux, where tens of thousands of these soldiers of the “black force”, who counted more than 130,000 men under the orders of General Mangin arrived by boat from Dakar.

“Trail of the Negroes”, “camp of misery”

The memorial of the necropolis of Natus, in memory of 956 Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste-de-Buch.
The memorial of the necropolis of Natus, in memory of 956 Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste-de-Buch.

CL / ?NA?

The Girondin memory of this page in the history of the 1914-1918 war can be discovered on the edge of the user forest of La Teste-de-Buch (or La Teste), between the Dune du Pilat and the road to Cazaux. At the foot of a sandy hill shaded by the pine forest, the necropolis of Natus houses a funerary monument flanked by five metal stelae. They bear the names of 956 African soldiers out of the 27,000 who passed through Le Courneau. A camp whose hundreds of barracks have disappeared but were located precisely there, on the edge of what was called at the time the “trail of the negroes”, later renamed “the road of the Senegalese”.

The thousand Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste died on the spot of illness

We first imagine that these soldiers succumbed in the furious assaults from the front and that the bodies were repatriated to this wintering camp. Such is not the case. The thousand Senegalese skirmishers buried under the pines of La Teste (to which are added 250 soldiers buried in the military square of the cemetery of Arcachon) died on the spot of illness, in what contemporaries called “the camp of misery”, because of their difficult living conditions, especially during the cold and wet winter of 1916-1917.

An epidemic of pneumonia

Senegalese skirmishers in 1916-1917 at the Courneau camp.
Senegalese skirmishers in 1916-1917 at the Courneau camp.

Reproduction C.L.

Disembarked from the steamers ?Bretagne? or ?Niger?, the African battalions had to be equipped and trained before fighting. The Courneau instruction camp, set up on plots at a place called “Natus” pre-empted by the State, had up to 600 removable wooden huts, with roofs covered with tarmac and designed by General Intendant Louis Adrian to serve as dormitories, infirmaries, canteens, offices. This camp was used both for the preparation of black troops and as a place of retreat for units returning from the front.

The barracks of the Courneau training camp in La Teste saw the passage of at least 27,000 soldiers from Africa during the First World War.
The barracks of the Courneau training camp in La Teste saw the passage of at least 27,000 soldiers from Africa during the First World War.

Reproduction C.L.

But in this place reclaimed from the swamp, an epidemic will spread. It is known that many of these Africans were carriers of bacteria that cause pneumonia. Subjected to promiscuity and humidity to which they were not accustomed, the skirmishers died by the hundreds and were buried in a mass grave on the spot. It should be noted that 87 American soldiers, who also passed through the Courneau camp in 1918 and died of the Spanish flu, were briefly buried in the forest of Natus before their remains were repatriated to the United States or to the American cemetery of Suresnes, in the Hauts-de-Seine.

Memorial in 1967, headstones in 2018

It took time for the names of Abdoulaye Ba, Samba Diallo, Ouassa Konaté, Mamadou Aliou, Alayda Coulibaly, Fatoma Bamba, Mandiaye Dieng and all the others to be engraved on the memorial tablets. Out of 956, only 560 names could be reconstructed with certainty. A first ossuary built in 1948 with a stele was succeeded in 1967 by a real memorial thanks to the joint efforts of the French Remembrance Department of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, the Ivorian presidency and the municipalities of Arcachon.

One of the five stelae in the Natus cemetery bearing the names of the Senegalese skirmishers who died at the Courneau camp.
One of the five stelae in the Natus cemetery bearing the names of the Senegalese skirmishers who died at the Courneau camp.

CL / ?NA?

The memory of the Senegalese skirmishers took a more official turn in 2014 when the city of La Teste, labeled “centenary city” from 1914-1918, set up a temporary stele. Four years later, the current stelae were inaugurated. This moving testimony to the participation of Africans from the former colonial empire in the defense of France is not only celebrated on November 11, but also on August 23, which is the National Day of Remembrance in Senegal.

(1) Senegal, Upper Senegal and Niger (now Mali), Mauritania, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Dahomey (now Benin).

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From La Teste-de-Buch (33) to the Cannes Film Festival, the painful memory of the Senegalese skirmishers


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