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During a joint press conference with President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday Trump said the US will not accept the attacks on Christian communities in Nigeria In a statement issued on Tuesday Ishaq Akintola director MURIC said Trump’s statement “is prejudiced parochial and unpresidential” Akintola also claimed Trump “is luring Nigerian Christians into bolder confrontation” with Muslims “It is sheer interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation Trump has a bully’s instinct” the statement read in part “If this is the same Trump who called African countries ‘shithole’ the same American president who threatened to wipe out North Korea the same US leader who banned Muslims from entering his country the same Republican who said “Torture works ok folks” Nigerians must be wary of America’s involvement in their affairs “We should remember that Nigeria did not get the required support from the moderate and cool-headed Barrack Obama in its war against terrorism We should therefore not expect any from Trump who treats vulnerable nations with contempt and has no respect for African countries Unless Nigerians unite this country will become America’s ‘shithole’ “Trump’s comment on killings in Nigeria implies that he would prefer that it is Muslims alone who are being killed We refuse to believe that a whole American president does not know the true situation on ground in this country He who knows but pretends not to know has his own secret agenda Nigerian Muslims are not intimidated by Trump’s comment We only sympathise with those who will be gullible enough to become Trump’s ‘suckers’ Posterity will judge us “Nigerian Christians should not allow themselves to be deceived by Trump’s comment The advanced countries of today will not compromise the secret of their technological advancement Western countries will not teach us what will benefit our people They will only teach us what will divide us in order to further render us debilitated impoverished and helpless “Nay they will give us fish but refuse to teach us how to fish They will scatter us like wild oats and then give us weapons to kill ourselves Then under the guise of rendering humanitarian services they will take over our land our oil our rich culture and force homosexualism and lesbianism down our throats but at that time it will be too late to resist Mark our words “Trump is only using religion to turn Nigeria into another Iraq Just as former US President Bush used Sunni-Shiite dichotomy to destroy Iraq just to lay his hands on Iraq’s oil field Trump is also eyeing Nigeria’s oil His plan is to use Christian-Muslim divide to set Nigeria ablaze But Nigerians should remember that decades after the invasion of Iraq that country is yet to experience stability Years after the killing of Ghadaffi Libya is yet to find its feet The guns are still booming in Syria and the world holds its breadth each time North Korea sneezes “It is our contention that Trump is luring Nigerian Christians into bolder confrontation with their Muslim neighbours We warn that the West African sub-region will be shaken to its foundation if Nigerian Christians swallow Trump’s bait The extension to Nigeria of America’s crusade which brought ruins to Iraq Syria Afghanistan Libya and Sudan will have dire consequences on the whole African continent” William Brinkman testifies before a Congressional committee earlier this year D Malakoff/Science More change is in store atop the Department of Energy (DOE) On 15 March William Brinkman head of DOE’s Office of Science announced that he will resign his post on 12 April Brinkman says he decided to leave DOE for personal reasons "My wife and I have plans on what we’d like to do that we’ve put off for 4 years" Brinkman says Most immediately Brinkman says he plans to spend part of the summer working with his wife to restore their summer home in Loveladies New Jersey which was damaged in Superstorm Sandy The Obama administration has yet to announce Brinkman’s successor who must be confirmed by the Senate Brinkman joined DOE in June 2009 Prior to taking command of the Office of Science Brinkman was a senior research physicist at Princeton University Before that Brinkman worked at Bell Laboratories where he served as the head of the physics research division and later as vice president of research In a 15 March e-mail to DOE staff members (see below) Brinkman detailed a number the Office of Science’s achievements in recent years including the establishment of DOE’s 46 Energy Frontier Research Centers which were selected in 2009 to push the research boundaries on clean energy topics such as solar power electricity storage carbon sequestration and nuclear power At the same time Brinkman made it clear that Washington’s budget battles are beginning to take their toll on the nation’s R&D "As I leave office my biggest concern remains the erosion of science funding in the United States when most of the industrialized countries of the world are increasing funding" he wrote In a testimony before the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies on 5 March Brinkman expanded on his concerns noting that the recently enacted across-the-board cuts known as the sequester will mean cuts of $215 million for the Office of Science Those cuts he said will force cancellation of the FastForward initiative designed to accelerate progress toward the next generation of supercomputers; elimination of up to 60 graduate student awards at universities; a delay of planned upgrades at the Linac Coherent Light Source in California; cancellation of three funding calls in the biological and environmental research program; and a likely slowdown of the delivery of hardware slated for ITER the international fusion reactor "Sequestration greatly endangers the scope of our scientific program as well as our ability to keep our construction projects on time and on budget" Brinkman concluded Mark Ratner a materials chemist at Northwestern University in Evanston Illinois and a member of DOE’s Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee says that Brinkman’s leadership will be missed "Bill brought insight creativity hard work and a stellar history as a physicist to the Office of Science" Ratner writes in an e-mail "He has led the Office with brilliance and with creativity The sequester has made the job more difficult since it was designed to be irrational (and not to be implemented)" News of Brinkman’s departure brought a wistful reaction from some staff members on Capitol Hill who dealt with him regularly He had earned a reputation as a trustworthy and down-to-earth advocate for DOE’s science programs But he also became known for his soft-spoken demeanor; during hearings lawmakers routinely had to remind Brinkman to speak up or get closer to the microphone so that they could understand what he was saying The exchanges even earned him a moniker form one science lobbyist: "Dr Mumbles" Brinkman says that he’s open to returning to Princeton University or the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia where he and his wife intend to move after leaving Washington Here is the full text of Brinkman’s farewell e-mail: From: SCCAST Sent: Friday March 15 2013 11:39 AM Subject: Moving On It’s time for me to move on Now that the new DOE leadership team is taking shape I am writing to let you know I will be moving on My last day at DOE will be Friday April 12 Between now and then I will be transitioning and taking some personal time and will be away from the office much of the time between March 22 and April 12 As I leave office my biggest concern remains the erosion of science funding in the United States when most of the industrialized countries of the world are increasing funding When I came to DOE I started with a principle that I have used when I changed positions in the past namely that I should assume that all the people in my organization are good at their jobs There is no question that the staff in SC has lived up to that initial expectation We have made some changes but overall I believe SC is a very sound organization today So what did we accomplish Actually a lot Many new exciting scientific advances have occurred: the first X-ray FEL the Higgs particle was discovered strongly enhanced use of simulation in materials science discovery of new aspects of the nature of the quark-gluon plasma and a host of new results on possible energy technologies have been discovered to mention just a few ITER has a new leadership team in place and construction is well on its way Overall our international collaborations have increased and we have sharpened our focus on making these strategically important Probably the largest changes have occurred in our approach to science relevant to energy technologies The Energy Frontier Research Centers two hubs and the biofuels centers are established and are working effectively I believe we have made considerable progress in getting our climate program integrated into the broader US government effort and I look forward to the next IPCC report in which our modeling will surely play a major role We have established "tech teams" to coordinate applied and basic science activities in technology areas important to the DOE energy mission that I believe will continue to have an important role as they already have in fostering funding opportunity announcements that are collaborative among the applied and basic science offices On the lab management side much has changed We have a new strong leadership team in place that is making many changes The processing of grants through our Chicago office has been greatly improved and is much more user friendly than in the past the organization at Oak Ridge has been moved forward more toward what we expect of a service center and several new site office leaders have been appointed It continues to be important to exploit modern communications and data systems to improve operational effectiveness and we are on a path to consolidate IT functions as an important element of this strategy I congratulate the PAMS team for the dedication and leadership they have shown in making PAMS a reality In our internal SC headquarters organization we have recruited new leadership for and have greatly improved our public relations and human resources organizations The national laboratories have grown stronger over the last four years The multipurpose labs are not only doing excellent science but also are broadening their impact on the country through increasing coupling to American industry and greater involvement in national security We continue to manage these laboratories through our annual strategic plan reviews and the grading system which has received praise from within the Department and in external reviews We have made careful judgments on whether to renew or compete lab contracts and have been successful in a number of cases I look forward to interacting with many of you as a function of time and wish the entire organization and all of DOE great success Sincerely Dr W F Brinkman Director Office of Science Mumbai:Declaring himself fully fit after recovering from a thigh muscle strain India’s number one male shuttler Kidambi Srikanth said on Saturday that it was important to win the upcoming Dubai Superseries finals rather than focusing on becoming the World No 1 "I am not thinking about (becoming) World No 1 Its more important to win the Super Series finals (in Dubai) I only think about performance not the ranking" Srikanth told reporters after being conferred with an honorary life membership by the Cricket Club of India "If I can really do well or win the tournament I can become the World No 1" added Srikanth who was a quarter finalist at last year’s Rio Olympic Games File Image of Kidambi Srikanth AP The Dubai World Superseries finals is to be held from 13-17 December and Srikanth is currently ranked No 4 The Hyderabad shuttler who created a sensation this year by winning four Superseries titles besides finishing runner-up in another missed two tournaments after picking up his thigh injury following the nationals in Nagpur "I was injured after the nationals two weeks ago andhad to skip the China and Hong Kong Opens I am feeling good now The body has recovered I am just looking forward for a great next week" said the 24-year-old shuttler who won Superseries titles in Indonesia Australia Denmark and France "I did not play for one-one and a half weeks and then started my rehab It was a thigh muscle strain I am (now) back to full fitness" he added He described the year thats coming to an end as "fantastic" personally "It has been a really fantastic last 6-8 months; just one more tournament left for me this year and I want to do well in the last tournament that I have I feel I did great but there’s still a lot to come" he said Looking ahead to next year Srikanth said he wanted to take a break and train well before the Commonwealth Games Asian Games 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