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}Download Video: mp4 (118MB) | mp3 (12MB) PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good morning. Mr. Secretary General, on behalf of us all, thank you for convening this meeting to address a task that must be the work of all of us -- supporting the people of Libya as they build a future that is free and democratic and prosperous. And I want to thank President Jalil for his remarks and for all that he and Prime Minister Jibril have done to help Libya reach this moment.To all the heads of state, to all the countries represented here who have done so much over the past several months to ensure this day could come, I want to say thank you, as well.Today, the Libyan people are writing a new chapter in the life of their nation. After four decades of darkness, they can walk the streets, free from a tyrant. They are making their voices heard -- in new newspapers, and on radio and television, in public squares and on personal blogs. They’re launching political parties and civil groups to shape their own destiny and secure their universal rights. And here at the ed Nations, the new flag of a free Libya now flies among the community of nations.Make no mistake -- credit for the liberation of Libya belongs to the people of Libya. It was Libyan men and women -- and children -- who took to the streets in peaceful protest, who faced down the tanks and endured the snipers’ bullets. It was Libyan fighters, often outgunned and outnumbered, who fought pitched battles, town-by-town, block-by-block. It was Libyan activists -- in the underground, in chat rooms, in mosques -- who kept a revolution alive, even after some of the world had given up hope.It was Libyan women and girls who hung flags and smuggled weapons to the front. It was Libyans from countries around the world, including my own, who rushed home to help, even though they, too, risked brutality and death. It was Libyan blood that was spilled and Libya’s sons and daughters who gave their lives. And on that August day -- after all that sacrifice, after 42 long years -- it was Libyans who pushed their dictator from power.At the same time, Libya is a lesson in what the international community can achieve when we stand together as one. I said at the beginning of this process, we cannot and should not intervene every time there is an injustice in the world. Yet it’s also true that there are times where the world could have and should have summoned the will to prevent the killing of innocents on a horrific scale. And we are forever haunted by the atrocities that we did not prevent, and the lives that we did not save. But this time was different. This time, we, through the ed Nations, found the courage and the collective will to act.When the old regime unleashed a campaign of terror, threatening to roll back the democratic tide sweeping the region, we acted as united nations, and we acted swiftly -- broadening sanctions, imposing an arms embargo. The ed States led the effort to pass a historic resolution at the Security Council authorizing "all necessary measures" to protect the Libyan people. And when the civilians of Benghazi were threatened with a massacre, we exercised that authority. Our international coalition stopped the regime in its tracks, and saved countless lives, and gave the Libyan people the time and the space to prevail.Important, too, is how this effort succeeded -- thanks to the leadership and contributions of many countries. The ed States was proud to play a decisive role, especially in the early days, and then in a supporting capacity. But let’s remember that it was the Arab League that appealed for action. It was the world’s most effective alliance, NATO, that’s led a military coalition of nearly 20 nations. It’s our European allies -- especially the ed Kingdom and France and Denmark and Norway -- that conducted the vast majority of air strikes protecting rebels on the ground. It was Arab states who joined the coalition, as equal partners. And it’s been the ed Nations and neighboring countries -- including Tunisia and Egypt -- that have cared for the Libyans in the urgent humanitarian effort that continues today.This is how the international community should work in the 21st century -- more nations bearing the responsibility and the costs of meeting global challenges. In fact, this is the very purpose of this ed Nations. So every nation represented here today can take pride in the innocent lives we saved and in helping Libyans reclaim their country. It was the right thing to do.Now, even as we speak, remnants of the old regime continue to fight. Difficult days are still ahead. But one thing is clear -- the future of Libya is now in the hands of the Libyan people. For just as it was Libyans who tore down the old order, it will be Libyans who build their new nation. And we’ve come here today to say to the people of Libya -- just as the world stood by you in your struggle to be free, we will now stand with you in your struggle to realize the peace and prosperity that freedom can bring.In this effort, you will have a friend and partner in the ed States of America. Today, I can announce that our ambassador is on his way back to Tripoli. And this week, the American flag that was lowered before our embassy was attacked will be raised again, over a re-opened American embassy. We will work closely with the new U.N. Support Mission in Libya and with the nations here today to assist the Libyan people in the hard work ahead.First, and most immediately: security. So long as the Libyan people are being threatened, the NATO-led mission to protect them will continue. And those still holding out must understand -- the old regime is over, and it is time to lay down your arms and join the new Libya. As this happens, the world must also support efforts to secure dangerous weapons -- conventional and otherwise -- and bring fighters under central, civilian control. For without security, democracy and trade and investment cannot flourish.Second: the humanitarian effort. The Transitional National Council has been working quickly to restore water and electricity and food supplies to Tripoli. But for many Libyans, each day is still a struggle -- to recover from their wounds, reunite with their families, and return to their homes. And even after the guns of war fall silent, the ravages of war will continue. So our efforts to assist its victims must continue. In this, the ed States -- the ed Nations will play a key role. And along with our partners, the ed States will do our part to help the hungry and the wounded.Third: a democratic transition that is peaceful, inclusive and just. President Jalil has just reaffirmed the Transitional National Council’s commitment to these principles, and the ed Nations will play a central role in coordinating international support for this effort. We all know what is needed -- a transition that is timely, new laws and a constitution that uphold the rule of law, political parties and a strong civil society, and, for the first time in Libyan history, free and fair elections.True democracy, however, must flow from its citizens. So as Libyans rightly seek justice for past crimes, let it be done in a spirit of reconciliation, and not reprisals and violence. As Libyans draw strength from their faith -- a religion rooted in peace and tolerance -- let there be a rejection of violent extremism, which offers nothing but death and destruction. As Libyans rebuild, let those efforts tap the experience of all those with the skills to contribute, including the many Africans in Libya. And as Libyans forge a society that is truly just, let it enshrine the rights and role of women at all levels of society. For we know that the nations that uphold the human rights of all people, especially their women, are ultimately more successful and more prosperous.Which brings me to the final area where the world must stand with Libya, and that is restoring prosperity. For too long, Libya’s vast riches were stolen and squandered. Now that wealth must serve its rightful owners -- the Libyan people. As sanctions are lifted, as the ed States and the international community unfreeze more Libyan assets, and as the country's oil production is restored, the Libyan people deserve a government that is transparent and accountable. And bound by the Libyan students and entrepreneurs who have forged friendships in the ed States, we intend to build new partnerships to help unleash Libya’s extraordinary potential.Now, none of this will be easy. After decades of iron rule by one man, it will take time to build the institutions needed for a democratic Libya. I’m sure there will be days of frustration; there will be days when progress is slow; there will be days when some begin to wish for the old order and its illusion of stability. And some in the world may ask, can Libya succeed? But if we have learned anything these many months, it is this: Don’t underestimate the aspirations and the will of the Libyan people.So I want to conclude by speaking directly to the people of Libya. Your task may be new, the journey ahead may be fraught with difficulty, but everything you need to build your future aly beats in the heart of your nation. It’s the same courage you summoned on that first February day; the same resilience that brought you back out the next day and the next, even as you lost family and friends; and the same unshakeable determination with which you liberated Benghazi, broke the siege of Misurata, and have fought through the coastal plain and the western mountains.It’s the same unwavering conviction that said, there’s no turning back; our sons and daughters deserve to be free.In the days after Tripoli fell, people rejoiced in the streets and pondered the role ahead, and one of those Libyans said, “We have this chance now to do something good for our country, a chance we have dreamed of for so long.” So, to the Libyan people, this is your chance. And today the world is saying, with one unmistakable voice, we will stand with you as you seize this moment of promise, as you reach for the freedom, the dignity, and the opportunity that you deserve.So, congratulations. And thank you very much. 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Upon conclusion of the P5+1 meeting regarding Iran, President Obama sends a strong message on behalf of the international community: Iran must take “concrete action” in regards to its nuclear program. October 1, . (Public Domain)President Obama On Progress Made During P5+1 Meeting from White House on Vimeo.相关内容:The result is clear: The P5-plus-1 is united, and we have an international community that has reaffirmed its commitment to non-proliferation and disarmament. That’s why the Iranian government heard a clear and unified message from the international community in Geneva: Iran must demonstrate through concrete steps that it will live up to its responsibilities with regard to its nuclear program.In pursuit of that goal, today’s meeting was a constructive beginning, but it must be followed by constructive action by the Iranian government.First, Iran must demonstrate its commitment to transparency. Earlier this month, we presented clear evidence that Iran has been building a covert nuclear facility in Qom. Since Iran has now agreed to cooperate fully and immediately with the International Atomic Energy Agency, it must grant unfettered access to IAEA inspectors within two weeks. I’ve been in close touch with the head of the IAEA, Mohammed ElBaradei, who will be traveling to Tehran in the days ahead. He has my full support, and the Iranian government must grant the IAEA full access to the site in Qom.Second, Iran must take concrete steps to build confidence that its nuclear program will serve peaceful purposes -- steps that meet Iran’s obligations under multiple U.N. Security Council resolutions. The IAEA proposal that was agreed to in principle today with regard to the Tehran research reactor is a confidence-building step that is consistent with that objective -– provided that it transfers Iran’s low enriched uranium to a third country for fuel fabrication. As I’ve said before, we support Iran’s right to peaceful nuclear power. Taking the step of transferring its low enriched uranium to a third country would be a step towards building confidence that Iran’s program is in fact peaceful.Going forward, we expect to see swift action. We’re committed to serious and meaningful engagement. But we’re not interested in talking for the sake of talking. If Iran does not take steps in the near future to live up to its obligations, then the ed States will not continue to negotiate indefinitely, and we are prepared to move towards increased pressure. If Iran takes concrete steps and lives up to its obligations, there is a path towards a better relationship with the ed States, increased integration with the international community, and a better future for all Iranians.10/85856

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  mp4视频下载 Prepared Remarks of President Barack ObamaWeekly AddressApril 25, Good morning. Over the last three months, my Administration has taken aggressive action to confront an historic economic crisis. As we do everything that we can to create jobs and get our economy moving, we’re also building a new foundation for lasting prosperity – a foundation that invests in quality education, lowers health care costs, and develops new sources of energy powered by new jobs and industries.One of the pillars of that foundation must be fiscal discipline. We came into office facing a budget deficit of .3 trillion for this year alone, and the cost of confronting our economic crisis is high. But we cannot settle for a future of rising deficits and debts that our children cannot pay.All across America, families are tightening their belts and making hard choices. Now, Washington must show that same sense of responsibility. That is why we have identified two trillion dollars in deficit-reductions over the next decade, while taking on the special interest spending that doesn’t advance the peoples’ interests.But we must also recognize that we cannot meet the challenges of today with old habits and stale thinking. So much of our government was built to deal with different challenges from a different era. Too often, the result is wasteful spending, bloated programs, and inefficient results.It’s time to fundamentally change the way that we do business in Washington. To help build a new foundation for the 21st century, we need to reform our government so that it is more efficient, more transparent, and more creative. That will demand new thinking and a new sense of responsibility for every dollar that is spent.Earlier this week, I held my first Cabinet meeting and sent a clear message: cut what doesn’t work. Aly, we’ve identified substantial savings. And in the days and weeks ahead, we will continue going through the budget line by line, and we’ll identify more than 100 programs that will be cut or eliminated.But we can’t stop there. We need to go further, and we need an all-hands-on-deck approach to reforming government. That’s why I’m announcing several steps that my Administration will take in the weeks ahead to restore fiscal discipline while making our government work better.First, we need to adhere to the basic principle that new tax or entitlement policies should be paid for. This principle – known as PAYGO – helped transform large deficits into surpluses in the 1990s. Now, we must restore that sense of fiscal discipline. That’s why I’m calling on Congress to pass PAYGO legislation like a bill that will be introduced by Congressman Baron Hill, so that government acts the same way any responsible family does in setting its budget.Second, we’ll create new incentives to reduce wasteful spending and to invest in what works. We don’t want agencies to protect bloated budgets – we want them to promote effective programs. So the idea is simple: agencies that identify savings will get to keep a portion of those savings to invest in programs that work. The result will be a smaller budget, and a more effective government.Third, we’ll look for ideas from the bottom up. After all, Americans across the country know that the best ideas often come from workers – not just management. That’s why we’ll establish a process through which every government worker can submit their ideas for how their agency can save money and perform better. We’ll put the suggestions that work into practice. And later this year, I will meet with those who come up with the best ideas to hear firsthand about how they would make your government more efficient and effective.And finally, we will reach beyond the halls of government. Many businesses have innovative ways of using technology to save money, and many experts have new ideas to make government work more efficiently. Government can – and must – learn from them. So later this year, we will host a forum on reforming government for the 21st century, so that we’re also guided by voices that come from outside of Washington.We cannot sustain deficits that mortgage our children’s future, nor tolerate wasteful inefficiency. Government has a responsibility to spend the peoples’ money wisely, and to serve the people effectively. I will work every single day that I am President to live up to that responsibility, and to transform our government so that is held to a higher standard of performance on behalf of the American people.Thank you.04/68124。

  

  the dictates of religion direct us to the cultivation of peaceful and friendly relations with all other powers.和高于一切的宗教指令都引导我们来培育同其它政权的和平友好关系。It is to be hoped that no international question can now arise which a government confident in its own strength,我们希望任何当今发生的国际问题,一个自信其力量并决心保护其权利的政府都能够,and resolved to protect its own just rights may not settle by wise negotiation;通过明智的谈判来解决;and it eminently becomes a government like our own,founded on the morality,and intelligence of its citizens and upheld by their affections,它变得更象我们自己的政府,以其公民的美德和智慧为基础,to exhaust every resort of honorable diplomacy before appealing to arms.由他们的爱戴所维护,在借助于武力之前用尽所有体面的外交手段。In the conduct of our foreign relations I shall conform to these views,在我们的外交事务中,我将遵从这些观点,as I believe them essential to the best interests and the true honor of the country.因为我相信它们对国家的最高利益和真正荣誉非常重要。The appointing power vested in the President imposes delicate and honorous duties.赋予总统的任命权力带有微妙而沉重的责任。So far as it is possible to be informed,I shall make honesty,capacity,尽我所能得知的,我将以正直,and fidelity indispensable prerequisites to the bestowal of office,能力和忠诚作为授予官职的前提条件,and the absence of either these qualities shall be deemed sufficient cause for removal.而缺少其中的任何一个都被认为是解职的充分理由。It shall be my study to recommend such constitutional measures to Congress as may be neccessary,and proper我将调研并向国会推荐那些必要而正当的合乎宪法的措施,to secure encouragement and protection to the great interests of agriculture,commerce,and manufactures,来鼓励和保护农业,商业to improve our rivers and harbors,to provide for the speedy extinguishment of the public debt,和制造业的重大利益,改变我们的河流和港湾,尽快清偿公共债务,to enforce a strict accountability on the part of all officers of the Government and the utmost economy in all public expenditures;对所有的政府官员实行严格的责任制并在公共预算中严谨节约;but it is for the wisdom of Congress itself,in which all legislative powers are vested by the Constitution,但被宪法赋以所有立法权的国会要靠自己的智慧来,to regulate these and other matters of domestic policy.调控这些和其它国内政策。I shall look with confidence to the enlightened patriotism of that body to adopt such measures of conciliation as may harmonize conflicting interests,我将有信心信赖这一政体的开明爱国精神来采纳这些协商的措施,旨在协调矛盾的利益,and tend to perpetuate that Union which should be the paramount object of our hopes and affections.和永远保持我们所希望和热爱的联邦。In any action calculated to promote an object so near the heart of everyone who truly loves his country I will zealously unite with the coordinate branches of the Government.我将把任何符合真正爱国人民心愿,旨在改进的行为,和相应的政府部门联合起来。In conclusion I congratulate you,my fellow citizens,我的同胞,最后我向你们祝贺,upon the high state of prosperity to which the goodness of Divine Providence has conducted our common country.慈祥神圣眷顾所赐予我们共同祖国的高度繁荣。Let us invoke a continuance of the same protecting care which has led us from small beginnings to the eminence we this day occupy,让我们祈求这引导我们从微小的开始到达今日的显赫的保护和关心会得以继续。and let us seek to deserve that continuance by prudence and moderation in our councils,并让我们通过我们的谨慎和节制,by well_directed attempts to assuage the bitterness which too often marks unavoidable differences of opinion,正确地试图消除由不同意见难免引起的怨恨,by the promulgation and practice of just and liberal principles,and by an enlarged patriotism,推广和实践公正而自由的原则,来使我们赢得这种保护的继续。which shall acknowledge no limits but those of our own widesp Republic.以及一个在我们自己广阔共和国内没有界限的广泛爱国精神。02/4364845月11日,在英国伦敦,保守党领袖卡梅伦在唐宁街10号首相官邸前发表讲话。卡梅伦当晚接任首相职务,他应女王伊丽莎白二世的要求着手组建新一届政府。以下为他的讲话视频及全文:201005/103744

  全球顶级CEO的演讲(3) :HPGood morning, and let me join my HP colleagues and welcome you to HP MegaForum. One of the greatest challenges facing Chinese industry, government and education is to fully capitalize on the benefits of the Electronic World, the topic of my address this morning. We are applying the Packard spirit of respect-filled cooperation in working with China to help build China's Electronic World. Later today Mayor Xu and I will witness the signing of a cooperation agreement between China HP and the Shanghai Infoport to create a lab to develop E-Commerce solutions. For many years now, HP has been working towards a world of pervasive information technology that will characterize the 21st century. We call it the Electronic World, and it has four different ingredients.First, there's the Extended Enterprise infrastructure. This foundation of networked systems is based on distributed computing and the Internet. And it allows businesses and people to extend their reach across the boundaries of time and space. Second, there's the sphere of Electronic Business. People are bringing their business processes to “the Net.”And they are using the Net to create entirely new businesses. It's very exciting, and it's happening very fast.But that's not the whole story. There's another sphere developing that most mainstream computer suppliers are paying little attention to, and that's the e-consumer. This world has its own set of technology platforms, information services, operating systems, e-mail applications, etc. Then there is the world of E-commerce, the electronic payment of goods and services. How people exchange value is being redefined, with virtual banks and smart cards and some exciting new devices I'll describe later in these remarks. This is the 21st-century electronic world. And HP is in all spheres of it. Today I want to describe how we are working to build this world. First, we're working to build the foundation —— the necessary technology infrastructure based on distributed computing and the Internet. The environment must be robust, highly available, manageable, and secure. Today I'll discuss the three critical ingredients you see listed here - our systems strategy, the software we offer for making the infrastructure robust and secure, and the services and support we provide.Whenever I begin a discussion of our systems strategy, I use this visual to make a simple point. Customers have a wide range of needs. One size doesn't fit all. And that means that one operating system doesn't fit all. And so we at HP have embraced two —— Unix and NT. We think this approach is well aligned with the needs of customers like the Xiamen Post and Telecommunication Authority.The comprehensive solution we implemented for its Internet Service Provider required both UNIX and NT systems, and our ability to manage and support both environments was critical to the success of the project.Furthermore, we've been working very hard to build bridges between these two worlds. In fact, HP has been the only company with an explicit strategy of bringing these two worlds together. We're working on all levels shown here. We don't have time to go into detail on each, but let me give you some examples in each area.In the area of services and support, HP now provides consulting services in Windows 95, NT and Desktop Exchange. We've created a joint Enterprise Solution Center with Microsoft. And we at HP have created a strong support offering for NT. We're collaborating in the area of high availability. I'll have more to say about that later, when I talk about our PC strategy.In the area of security, Microsoft has endorsed Ver Secure, the cryptography technology developed by HP that the ed States government has just approved for export. HP OpenView is the only management platform that is certified for Microsoft BackOffice, and parts of OpenView are being bundled with the next release of Microsoft's Systems Management Server.In the area of messaging, HP is working with Microsoft on interoperability between HP OpenMail —— our messaging backbone product —— and Microsoft Exchange.And finally, we're working on customer-specific solutions in our Enterprise Solution Center, and we're collaborating on platforms geared to the particular needs of the telecom industry and small businesses. In 1997, HP helped to develop with the long distance service of China Telecom a network management system using HP OpenView which links over 400 switches across China. This key connection between China and the rest of the world is powered by HP 9000 servers and workstations. So... we have a firm commitment to integrating the Unix and NT environments... and lots of development efforts and results to show we're serious. With that caveat, I'd like to talk in more detail about our Unix systems and our PCs separately, and how we are working to provide the performance customers require for their Extended Enterprise infrastructure. HP has a depth of expertise in Unix. We continue to be the number one commercial Unix server vendor, as measured by revenue, and we continue to gain market share. When you add in the disk drives, consulting, support, and all the things wrapped around our Unix servers, they represent a billion business for HP in terms of annual revenue. So our commitment to the business is strong. One of the reasons our Unix systems are ideally suited to power the Extended Enterprise is our ability to guarantee 99.95 percent up time. We're the only company in the industry that can make that guarantee.Delivering 99.95-percent uptime translates to just four hours of unplanned downtime a year. The next best offer in the industry —— 99.5 percent of time —— equals 44 hours of unplanned downtime a year.In the past year, we have accelerated our product-development efforts. The result is a Unix roadmap that we believe will keep us in a clear position of leadership.The V2250 systems we introduced earlier this month are based on our new, 240 MHz PA-RISC processor. They are the world's fastest single-processor Unix servers —— ideally suited for mission-critical and technical applications. We expect to double high-end single-system performance each year. That means that today's high-end of a V-Class system will be the midrange of our family by the year 2000.Furthermore, we plan to take today's 99.95 percent availability guarantee and push that up to 99.999 - 5 minutes of unplanned downtime per year —— by the year 2000.We call this our “5nines:5minutes”vision, and we have succeeded in getting two powerful industry leaders —— Cisco and Oracle —— to embrace this vision and work with us to achieve it.Let me turn now to our other systems business —— PCs. HP has come from virtually nowhere to become a major player —— No. 3 in the world, according to IDC at the end of FY 97.This growth has been fueled by product contributions. Last year, HP earned more than 50 awards for new products introduced in the PC arena. We've been stressing the three major areas you see here.First, manageability.We believe that we can help customers reduce the total life cycle cost of PCs by about half. Notice I said costs, not just purchase price. We have developed a powerful management package called TopTools, and it allows IT administrators to gather 350 key items of information about the PC and to manage the PCs remotely.This information feeds into HP OpenView's Desktop Administrator to deliver the most comprehensive desktop-management solution on the market.HP PCs, NetServers and desktop management system were recently employed by the Government of China in a prototype project which hooks up the Sichuan Province Economic Information System to the National Information Center. Second, availability.We are working with Microsoft to deliver high availability on NT servers. We were the first in the industry to ship Microsoft Cluster Server, which provides shared storage between two computing nodes and automatically restarts an application on another node if one fails.We have integrated into the solution some technology brought over from the Unix side of the house, called Cluster View, which makes it possible to monitor multiple Microsoft Cluster Servers. This is another one of the benefits customers receive from HP's strong support for both Unix and NT. We are able to leverage strengths across these two environments.Finally, performance. Our 8-way, NT-based server is powered by eight 200 MHz processors, each with 1 MB of cache memory. This allows the system to support 14,000 Microsoft Exchange users and 1600 SAP Sales amp; Distribution users. This is truly enterprise-class performance.Intel and Hewlett-Packard have jointly defined a new architecture technology called EPIC (Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing). The name signals the ability of the software to extract maximum parallelism —— that is, a potential to do work in parallel —— in the original code and “explicitly”describe it to the hardware.This architecture goes beyond the limitations of current architectures and is ideal for the advanced, multimedia applications of the future.It will enable both Unix and NT to run on the same hardware platform.The architecture provides excellent investment protection for customers running applications on current Intel-based and PA-RISC systems. Customers can run their current applications unchanged on these new systems, achieving somewhere between 60-80 percent of the architecture's peak performance by just recompiling their applications.Our transition strategy is very customer-friendly. Customers can choose when they migrate, and their applications can coexist on both the old and new architectures.We believe we're years ahead of the competition in thinking about this transition. We are working closely with all the major independent software vendors —— industry leaders such as Oracle and Informix, SAP and PeopleSoft —— to make sure their products are optimized for the new architecture by the time it is launched.Finally, we are quite clear about our intention to make this architecture an industry standard. That means there must be a level playing field for our competitors in terms of access to this new architecture. So we're delighted to see strong competitors like Compaq endorse it.We are confident that we can still differentiate HP products above and beyond the microprocessor level. We have lots of expertise in systems-level architectures, high-availability and reliability, advanced compiler technology, powerful middleware and networking capabilities.And we will complete the value proposition with our worldwide service and support capabilities, strong partnerships with solution providers and diverse distribution channels. So differentiating in the new era will be “business as usual” for HP.06/75962President's Radio Address   THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. I'm speaking to you from Europe, where I attended the NATO summit and witnessed the hopeful progress of the continent's youngest democracies.   The summit was held in Romania, one of the 10 liberated nations that have joined the ranks of NATO since the end of the Cold War. After decades of tyranny and oppression, today Romania is an important member of an international alliance dedicated to liberty, and it is setting a bold example for other former communist nations that desire to live in peace and freedom.   One of those nations is Croatia, which I'm also visiting on my trip. Croatia is a very different place than it was just a decade ago. Since they attained their independence, the Croatian people have shown the world the potential of human freedom. They've overcome war and hardship to build peaceful relations with their neighbors, and they have built a maturing democracy on the rubble of a dictatorship.   This week NATO invited Croatia, as well as the nation of Albania, to join the NATO Alliance. These countries have made extraordinary progress on the road to freedom, prosperity, and peace. The invitation to join NATO represents the Alliance's confidence that they will continue to make necessary reforms and that they will become strong contributors to NATO's mission of collective defense.   I regret that NATO was not able to extend an invitation to a third nation, Macedonia, at this week's summit. Like Croatia and Albania, Macedonia has met all the criteria for NATO membership. Unfortunately, its invitation was delayed because of a dispute over its name. I made clear that the name issue should be resolved quickly, that NATO should intensify its engagement with Macedonia, and that we look forward to the day when this young democracy takes its place among the members of the NATO Alliance.   After a century when the great wars of Europe threatened destruction throughout the world, the continent has now entered into a promising new era. Less than two decades ago, Albania, Croatia, and Macedonia suffered under the yoke of communist oppression. The people in these countries know what the gift of liberty means, because they know what it is like to have their liberty denied. They know the death and destruction that can be caused by the followers of radical ideologies who kill the innocent in pursuit of political power. And these lessons have led them to work alongside America in the war on terror.   Today, soldiers from Croatia, Albania, and Macedonia are serving bravely in Afghanistan, helping the Afghan people defeat terrorists and secure a future of liberty. And forces from Albania and Macedonia are also serving in Iraq, where they're helping the Iraqi people build a society that rejects terror and lives in freedom. These nations have displayed the ultimate devotion to the principle of liberty -- sacrificing to provide it for others.   Albania, Croatia, and Macedonia are not alone in discarding the change to their past and embracing the promise of freedom. Another burgeoning democracy is Ukraine. Earlier this week I traveled to Kyiv to express America's support for beginning the process of bringing both Ukraine and Georgia into NATO. In recent years, both of these nations have seen tens of thousands take to the streets to peacefully demand their God-given liberty. The people of Ukraine and Georgia are an inspiration to the world and I was pleased that this week NATO declared that Ukraine and Georgia will become members of NATO.   Nearly seven years ago I came to Europe and spoke to the students and faculty at Warsaw University in Poland. On that day I declared that all of Europe's new democracies -- from the Baltic to the Black Sea -- should have the same chance for security and freedom and the same chance to join the institutions of Europe. Seven years later we have made good progress toward fulfilling this vision, and more work remains.   In many parts of the world, freedom is still a distant aspiration -- but in the ancient cities and villages of Europe, it is at the center of a new era of hope.   Thank you for listening. 200806/41448

  

  Hello, everybody.In the State of the Union, I laid out three areas we need to focus on if wersquo;re going to build an economy that lasts: new American manufacturing, new skills and education for American workers, and new sources of American-made energy.These days, wersquo;re getting another painful reminder why developing new energy is so important to our future. Just like they did last year, gas prices are starting to climb. Only this time, itrsquo;s happening earlier. And that hurts everyone ndash; everyone who owns a car; everyone who owns a business. It means you have to stretch your paycheck even further. Some folks have no choice but to drive a long way to work, and high gas prices are like a tax straight out of their paychecks.Now, some politicians always see this as a political opportunity. And since itrsquo;s an election year, theyrsquo;re aly dusting off their three-point plans for gas. Irsquo;ll save you the suspense: Step one is drill, step two is drill, and step three is keep drilling. We hear the same thing every year.Well the American people arenrsquo;t stupid. You know thatrsquo;s not a plan ndash; especially since wersquo;re aly drilling. Itrsquo;s a bumper sticker. Itrsquo;s not a strategy to solve our energy challenge. Itrsquo;s a strategy to get politicians through an election.You know there are no quick fixes to this problem, and you know we canrsquo;t just drill our way to lower gas prices. If wersquo;re going to take control of our energy future and avoid these gas price spikes down the line, then we need a sustained, all-of-the-above strategy that develops every available source of American energy ndash; oil, gas, wind, solar, nuclear, biofuels, and more. We need to keep developing the technology that allows us to use less oil in our cars and trucks; in our buildings and plants. Thatrsquo;s the strategy wersquo;re pursuing, and thatrsquo;s the only real solution to this challenge.Now, we absolutely need safe, responsible oil production here in America. Thatrsquo;s why under my Administration, America is producing more oil today than at any time in the last eight years. In 2010, our dependence on foreign oil was under 50% for the first time in more than a decade. And while there are no short-term silver bullets when it comes to gas prices, Irsquo;ve directed my administration to look for every single area where we can make an impact and help consumers in the months ahead, from permitting to delivery bottlenecks to whatrsquo;s going on in the oil markets.But over the long term, an all-of-the-above energy strategy means we have to do more. It means we have to make some choices.Herersquo;s one example. Right now, four billion of your tax dollars subsidize the oil industry every year. Four billion dollars.Imagine that. Maybe some of you are listening to this in your car right now, pulling into a gas station to fill up. As you watch those numbers rise, know that oil company profits have never been higher. Yet somehow, Congress is still giving those same companies another four billion dollars of your money. Thatrsquo;s outrageous. Itrsquo;s inexcusable. And it has to stop.A century of subsidies to the oil companies is long enough. Itrsquo;s time to end taxpayer giveaways to an industry thatrsquo;s never been more profitable, and use that money to reduce our deficit and double-down on a clean energy industry thatrsquo;s never been more promising. Because of the investments wersquo;ve aly made, the use of wind and solar energy in this country has nearly doubled ndash; and thousands of Americans have jobs because of it. And because we put in place the toughest fuel economy standards in history, our cars will average nearly 55 miles per gallon by the middle of the next decade ndash; something that, over time, will save the typical family more than ,000 at the pump. Now Congress needs to keep that momentum going by renewing the clean energy tax credits that will lead to more jobs and less dependence on foreign oil.Look, we know therersquo;s no silver bullet that will bring down gas prices or reduce our dependence on foreign oil overnight. But what we can do is get our priorities straight, and make a sustained, serious effort to tackle this problem. Thatrsquo;s the commitment we need right now. And with your help, itrsquo;s a commitment we can make. Thanks.201202/172729。

  mp4 视频下载 Remarks of President Barack ObamaWeekly AddressSaturday, May 2, Over the last week, my administration has taken several precautions to address the challenge posed by the H1N1 flu virus. Today, I’d like to take a few minutes to explain why. This is a new strain of the flu virus, and because we haven’t developed an immunity to it, it has more potential to cause us harm. Unlike the various strains of animal flu that have emerged in the past, it’s a flu that is sping from human to human. This creates the potential for a pandemic, which is why we are acting quickly and aggressively. This H1N1 flu has had its biggest impact in Mexico, where it has claimed a number of lives and infected hundreds more. Thus far, the strain in this country that has infected people in at least nineteen states has not been as potent or as deadly. We cannot know for certain why that is, which is why we are taking all necessary precautions in the event that the virus does turn into something worse. This is also why the Centers for Disease Control has recommended that schools and child care facilities with confirmed cases of the virus close for up to fourteen days. It is why we urge employers to allow infected employees to take as many sick days as necessary. If more schools are forced to close, we’ve also recommended that both parents and businesses think about contingency plans if children do have to stay home. We have asked every American to take the same steps you would take to prevent any other flu: keep your hands washed; cover your mouth when you cough; stay home from work if you’re sick; and keep your children home from school if they’re sick. And the White House has launched pages in Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to support the ongoing efforts by the CDC to update the public as quickly and effectively as possible. As our scientists and researchers learn more information about this virus every day, the guidance we offer will likely change. What will not change is the fact that we’ll be making every recommendation based on the best science possible. We will also continue investing in every resource necessary to treat this virus and prevent a wider outbreak. The good news is that the current strain of H1N1 can be defeated by a course of antiviral treatment that we aly have on hand. We began this week with 50 million courses of this treatment in the Strategic National Stockpile. Over the course of the last few days, we have delivered one-quarter of that stockpile to states so that they are prepared to treat anyone who is infected with this virus. We then purchased an additional thirteen million treatments to refill our strategic stockpile. Out of an abundance of caution, I have also asked Congress for .5 billion if it is needed to purchase additional antivirals, emergency equipment, and the development of a vaccine that can prevent this virus as we prepare for the next flu season in the fall. The Recovery Act that Congress enacted in February also included expansions of community health centers, a dramatic increase in the training of health care workers and nurses, and 0 million for the development and deployment of vaccines – all of which will help us meet this threat. Finally, thanks to the work that the last administration and Congress did to prepare for a possible avian flu pandemic in 2005, states and the federal government have fully operable influenza iness plans and are better prepared to deal with such a challenge than ever before. It is my greatest hope and prayer that all of these precautions and preparations prove unnecessary. But because we have it within our power to limit the potential damage of this virus, we have a solemn and urgent responsibility to take the necessary steps. I would sooner take action now than hesitate and face graver consequences later. I have no higher priority as President of the ed States than the safety and security of the American people, and I will do whatever is necessary to protect this country. So I want to thank every American for their patience and understanding during this developing challenge, and I promise that this government will continue speaking clearly and honestly about the steps we’re taking to meet it. Thank you. 05/68647

  

  I ask you to share with me today the majesty of this moment.今天,在这个时刻,我要求你们和我分享这种崇高肃穆的感情。In the orderly transfer of power, we celebrate the unity that keeps us free.在有秩序的权力交接中,我们欢庆我们的团结一致,它使我们保有自由。Each moment in history is a fleeting time, precious and unique.历史的每一个时刻转瞬即逝,它既珍贵又独特。But some stand out as moments of beginning, in which courses are set that shape decades or centuries.可是,其中某些显然是揭开序幕的时刻,此时,一代先河得以开创,它决定了未来数十年或几个世纪的航向。This can be such a moment.现在可能就是这样一个时刻。Forces now are converging that make possible, for the first time, the hope that many of mans deepest aspirations can at last be realized.现在,各方力量正在汇聚起来,使我们第一次可以期望人类的许多夙愿最终能够实现。The spiraling pace of change allows us to contemplate, within our own lifetime, advances that once would have taken centuries.不断加快的变革速度,使我们能在我们这一代期望过去花了几百年才出现的种种进步。In throwing wide the horizons of space, we have discovered new horizons on earth.由于开辟了大空的天地,我们在地球上也发现了新的天地。For the first time, because the people of the world want peace, and the leaders of the world are afraid of war, the times are on the side of peace.由于世界人民希望和平,而世界各国领袖害怕战争,因此,目前形势第一次变得有利于和平。Eight years from now America will celebrate its 200th anniversary as a nation.从现在起,再过8年,美国将庆祝建国200周年。Within the lifetime of most people now living, mankind will celebrate that great new year which comes only once in a thousand years the beginning of the third millennium.在现在大多数人的有生之年,人类将庆祝千载难逢的、辉煌无比的新年——第三个百年盛世的开端。What kind of nation we will be, what kind of world we will live in, whether we shape the future in the image of our hopes, is ours to determine by our actions and our choices.我们的国家将变成怎样的国家,我们将生活在怎样的世界上,我们要不要按照我们的希望铸造未来,这些都将由我们根据自己的行动和选择来决定。The greatest honor history can bestow is the title of peacemaker.历史所能赐予我们的最大荣誉,莫过于和平缔造者这一称号。This honor now beckons America--the chance to help lead the world at last out of the valley of turmoil, and onto that high ground of peace that man has dreamed of since the dawn of civilization.这一荣誉现在正在召唤美国——这是领导世界最终脱离动乱的幽谷,走向自文明开端以来人类一直梦寐以求的和平高坛的一个机会。If we succeed, generations to come will say of us now living that we mastered our moment, that we helped make the world safe for mankind.我们若获成功,下几代人在谈及现在在世的我们时会说,正是我们掌握了时机,正是我们协力相助,使普天之下国泰民安。This is our summons to greatness.这是要我们创立宏伟大业的召唤。I believe the American people are y to answer this call.我相信,美国人民准备响应这一召唤。The second third of this century has been a time of proud achievement.本世纪自1933年以来的三十余年,乃是一个辉煌成就层出不穷的时代,We have made enormous strides in science and industry and agriculture.我们在科学、工业和农业各个领域都获得了长足的进步。We have shared our wealth more broadly than ever. We have learned at last to manage a modern economy to assure its continued growth.我们比以往任何时候都更为广泛地分享我们的财富。我们终于学会了如何管理现代经济,以确保其持续增长。We have given freedom new reach, and we have begun to make its promise real for black as well as for white.我们为自由开拓了新的领域,并且开始实践诺言,使黑人和白人一样同享自由。03/63623

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