The European Jedi Order (EJO) is for all those who who want to make the world a better place by finding a balance between out spiritual and physical sides.
The European Jedi Order (EJO) strives to bring together members of the Jedi Community in Europe operating as both an umbrella organisation to the many Jedi orders within its territory and as an order in its own right. We will also work with our international partners under a unified banner to ensure across the board standards. We will search for members in the Jedi community across Europe and aid them in the development of spiritual training. We will organise gatherings and events as well as train other Jedi and expand the community.
The EJO aims to create a home, both physical and spiritual for all Jedi in Europe and provide spiritual, mental and physical training to all Jedi and prospective Jedi.
To bring peace and balance to ourselves and others.
How to get in touch with the EJO
Posted in Europe, Jedi
Tagged Die Europäische Jedi-Orden, EJO, Europe, European Jedi Order, Jedi, jedi order, Jediism, L'Ordre Jedi européenne, philosophy, real Jedi, religion
Free English, updated daily.
Great for teachers and students.
Teaching lesson plans suitable for a wide range of abilities are freely available for download.
Student lessons have some translations available.
Also Fırat is now here in English!!
Just check out Free English at Debrecen English
Posted in English, ESL
Tagged bedava ingilizce, EFL, English, English as a foreign language, English as a second language, ESL, Free English, free English lessons, Fırat, günlük ingilizce, Ingilizce, lesson plans, Turkce, Turkish, İngilizce öğrenin
A new site is providing free English lessons for both teachers and students.
A work in progress obviously but with some potential for those in the ESL/EFL world.
Go to Red’s English then click ‘Free English’.
The site is updated daily so don’t forget to go back and check for the latest offerings.
It’s not specifically for Turkish learners but there are some Turkish translations available. Lessons could be adapted for a range of nationalities, learner abilities and classroom sizes.
Plus it could make a nice additional resource when looking for lesson ideas.
Posted in English, ESL
Tagged bedava, classroom, Debrecen English, EFL, English, ESL, free, Free English, free English lessons, language learning, lesson plans, Red's English, resources, students, teachers, Turkce, Turkish
Ceylon tea at Carpe Diem Tea House on Batthyány Street
Snow falls in all its beauty
Christmas market in the city centre
Christmas market in the city centre
A tram passes through the Christmas market all lit up
German style burger and hot-dog at the Christmas market
The Northern Great Plain, part of the Great Hungarian Plain
Nagypiac (Big Market) hosting many fresh fruit and veg stalls as well as butchers and fishmongers
Left: Road, Middle: Cycle path, Right: Footpath
Békás-tó (Frog Lake)
Nagytemplom (Great Church) The Great Calvinist Church of Debrecen
Nagyerdő (Big Forest)
University of Debrecen (UNIDEB) main building
2013 Flower Festival – Held in August, annually
Posted in Europe
Tagged Békás-tó, Big Forest, Big Market, Calvin Church, Carpe Diem Tea House, Christmas, Debrecen, Europe, Festival, Flower Festival, Frog Lake, Great Calvinist Church, Great Plain, Hungary, images, in pictures, Magyarország, Nagyerdő, Nagypiac, Nagytemplom, Northern Great Plain, pictures, travel, UNIDEB, University of Debrecen
Turkish President Abdullah Gul approves controversial Internet censorship law as an EU delegation to Ankara states that “There is not much confidence and credibility left for Turkey”.
Hurriyet has a piece today on the EU getting fed up with Turkey and Turkey’s attitude towards European values of freedom, freedom from censorship, freedom of information etc.
Amongst other things an EU delegation to Ankara has said (in regards to opening new chapters for Turkey’s EU accession bid)…
“That could happen in a normal-functioning negotiation process, but after witnessing the Turkish government’s move with regard to the HSYK Law, there is not much appetite left for such gestures,” the diplomat said. “There is not much confidence and credibility left for Turkey.”
The list of things that are happening and have happened in Turkey over just the last year are surely enough for any genuine appetite for Turkey to join the EU to be over.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul has now approved the controversial Internet laws that allow sites to be blocked immediately without the need for a court order that was earlier passed in parliament following a fight by MPs.
Other major factors are the new judiciary rules, limiting their power and giving more power to the government, a serious attack on democracy in the country.
These moves by the AKP government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan come after members of his government and their family members where investigated for corruption in which 4.5 million dollars where found in shoe boxes at the house of former Halkbank general manager, Halkbank is state-run.
The government responded by sacking and relocating over 5,000 police officers and investigators in a great purge.
What now does the future hold for Turkey? Will it now as many Turkish secularists think, turn towards an Islamic Republic like Iran? An alliance with Russia? Upcoming elections could be interesting but no doubt they will actually lead to another AKP victory.
Posted in European Union, Turkey
Tagged AKP, corruption probe, current-events, EU, EU accession, european union, graft, Halkbank, HSYK Law, Hurriyet, Internet censorship, judiciary, news, police purge, politics, President Abdullah Gul, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey, Turkish, Turkish government