Frage zum Secret Service?

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Vom Fragesteller als hilfreich ausgezeichnet

Da es keine einheitliche und objektive Möglichkeit gibt, eine Behörde als "beste" Behörde im Personenschutz zu bewerten, läßt sich das hier sicher nicht sagen. Ich denke dass die Messlatte in der westlichen Welt sehr hoch ist. Egal ob in Frankreich, in England, in den USA, in Deutschland, es gibt überall sehr gute Personenschützer in den Behörden. Ich war einmal in einem Personenschützer - Vergleichswettkampf dabei - aber da ging es lediglich ums Schießen. Dieser war national in Deutschland. Es waren einige deutsche Gruppen dabei, SEK, MEK, BKA, LKA, private Personenschützer, MP - und einige amerikanische und französische Personenschützer haben sich beteiligt. Gewonnen hat damals übrigens das MEK... Aber kann man deswegen sagen, wer die besten Personenschützer hat? Nein - im Personenschutz geht's nicht ums Schießen... es fängt bei der Umfeldaufklärung und den geheimdienstlichen Ermittlungen an... das hat ebenfalls sehr viel Einfluss auf die Qualität des Personenschutzes...

Möglicherweise ist ja auch die Päpstliche Schweizergarde (Cohors Pedestris Helvetiorum a Sacra Custodia Pontificis) die beste Personenschutztruppe? Wie will man entscheiden, wer der Beste ist?

Wer legt die Kritierien für "die besten" Personenschützer fest?

Woran soll sich die Qualität messen lassen? Am Erfolg? Daß den Beschützten (noch) nichts passiert ist? Das kann Zufall sein oder an mangelnder Bedrohung liegen.

Gruß, earnest

9/11 Referat korrektur

Ich muss nächste Woche ein Referat über 9/11 halten, darum bitte ich um ein Korrekturlesen..

Terrorist attack on the World Trade Center It was a morning like any other in New York. On this 11 September had a few minutes changed the world The people who work every day to her in the WTC streamed , had no idea that would later erupt little chaos. And that had begun for many of them the last hours of her life. By 8 Clock 45 ( according to American time) the terrorist attack began. A Boeing 767 of American Airlines contributed about NY on the twin towers of the WTC 411 meters high to . The terrorist pilot corrected once its low altitude and then raced precisely in the north-facing skyscraper. The force of the impact was quite Südmanhhatten tremble . Tons of shattered glass and rubble facade collapsed in depth. Then exploded fifty thousand liters of jet fuel (kerosene ) in the interior of the tower , which was completely torn in the top third. Between the 80th and 110 Floor beat flames and smoke coming from the building . 50 000 people who were in the entire complex (all 2) recognized the panic . Also in the surrounding streets , people were running for their lives. A man in front of the burning tower shouted : " This is war ! " What happened inside the skyscraper , described the first rescued victims. A woman in the 88th Floor was staying , reported: "We were thrown down the stairs . Before the house was littered with rubble , people leaning out of the windows up and cried . Some jumped down , we were running for our lives ! " All U.S. radio and television stations 5 minutes later were live on the air. Nor was the speech of an ordinary plane crash . 48 by 8 clock were all 150 fire stations of New York City on high alert . While the north tower was in flames and firefighters desperately tried to evacuate the WTC , were three more deaths planes on the way .

A Boeing 767 which will fly from Boston to Los Angeles have now headed to NY There were 65 people on board. Again, there was no radio contact and the machine turned into a low-level flight . Only 18 minutes after the first crash broke the second machine into the South Tower of the WTC . Minutes after the double whammy disaster operations were already under way. At 9.17 clock closed the U.S. aviation authority all airports in the city, the giant John F. Kennedy Airport and La Guardia domestic airport . 9.21 to clock all the bridges and tunnels throughout New York City were closed. At 9.30 clock for the first time the President of the United States, George W. Bush announced the CNN channel from the Federal State of Florida . He tratt to an impromptu ( unprepared ) to speech: "The country was just a victim of a terrorist attack ."

Finally followed at 9.40 clock the total lock of the American air space , for the first time in the history of the country. At the southern tip of Manhattan , the drama began. Both towers were burning , the city responded to the disaster. All Avenues , which are the main

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Hilfe bei meiner Englisch-Hausaufgabe

Hallo ich habe eine Englischhausaufgabe für morgen auf und zwar habe ich einen Essay vorliegen, der unstrukturiert ist und nicht fließend ist. Deshalb muss ich diesen Essay in seine richtige Reihenfolge bringen und mit Bindungwörtern fließender schreiben. Ich würde mich sehr freuen wenn Ihr mir dabei helfen würdet.

(1) Barack Obama living the American Dream; Martin Luther King dying for it because he dared to challenge a society where segregation of races was accepted; a confident black middle class, but blacks are still discriminated against: how realistic is the American Dream?

(2) My view of the American Dream is complicated - I can see two sides to it. There is the idea that anyone can be succesful in American society, i.e that it doesn´t matter how poor you are.

(3) Through hard work you can create a better life for yourself. This is believed in it, and many of them have been succesful.

(4) Part of this idea is that anyone can become a millionaire or even a president of the USA. Most people know that is much more difficult than it sounds. Most US presidents in recent years have been very rich. Running for President costs a lot of money. All Americans are supposed to be equal, but some are definitely more equal than others.

(5) It certainly helped George Bush Jr. that he had a rich daddy when he wanted to become President.

(6) If people have to be rich to be President, it´s obvious that presidents will have less sympathy for the poor. The basic idea is that "If they´re poor, that´s because they haven´t worked hard enough."

(7) There is the other side, too.

(8) Things have changed enormously since the 1950s. In the 1950s the election of a non-white president was unthinkable, and nowadays the mayors of many big cities are black.

(9)Discrimination makes sure that some are more equal than others. As an old song from the 1950s goes, "If you´re black, stay back. If you´re brown, stick around. If you´re white, you´re all right.

(10)For me, the only sensible approach to the American Dream is to say that it helps people by giving them the belief that they can improve their lives through hard work. The popular idea that anybody can become a millionaire or US president is missleading. These are impossible goals for most people, even if they do work very hard.

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