Monthly Archives: January 2020
The Countess was born at a perilous time in Berlin, Germany before WWII. Her aristocratic family was forced to leave Russia before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution or they would have been imprisoned and eventually killed. Being Russian in Germany was not advisable so once again her family was forced to move to France where she was brought up. Being subjected to persecution and turmoil at such a young age left a lasting imprint on the Countesses mind and heart.
The Countess studied in Paris receiving a degree- Magna Cum Laude from the Sorbonne. When her highly regarded father who was a renowned scholar, professor and writer was offered a position at Harvard the family moved to the USA.
Upon arriving in this country she worked as an interpreter for a highly respected French political VIP, taught at two colleges for several years and had two books published. She also was involved in social affairs as a member of the US social register. In her spare time she created the Russian Nobility Ball which was held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel for many years.
Dr.Hussain, has been honored close to 400 times around the world for his service to humanity, he started at age 10 and been doing Humanitarian work around the world for over 42 years, and helping over a million people, kids, orphans, children with disabilities, homeless, needy and many more Humanitarian projects .He has not taken any money for his services with the 42 years he has been working as a humanitarian, as he says he does it for the love of God.
World Liberty TV, will the official media showcasing these humanitarian projects throughout World Liberty TV, Humanitarian Channels and blogs.
By:Dr.Adal M.Hussain,Phd (AKA) Dr.Abbey ,Editor @ Large for World Liberty TV
We did our 5th Annual Las Vegas homeless and needy presentations, at Fremont Downtown Las Vegas.
We pack bags consisting of, a Tote bag, Tee-Shirts, Hats, Socks, water bottle, and many other basic necessities.
We made the presentation to many people, living on the street including people traveling from the east coast ,looking for jobs and not finding anything and ending up and living on the streets, and local people of Las Vegas, who cannot pay their rent anymore, and because of that they end up on the street.
One of the Homeless person went on to say that, the Casinos are not offering any jobs to him, as he tried on many occasions look for a job, cleaning, security ,watchman.
He has given up hope and feels, he is better of staying on the streets, begging and panhandling, in downtown, Fremont Las Vegas.
About Humanitarians of The World Inc, (HOTWINC). Humanitarians of the World, Inc. (HOTWINC), is also a not for profit 503(c) tax exempt organization.
One of the goals of HOTWINC is to broadcast Humanitarian activities taking place throughout the world via its official online TV, “World Liberty TV Humanitarian Channel” located at www.worldlibertytv.org.
Another goal of the organization is to recognize those individuals and entities that provide humanitarian services through charitable acts or activities throughout the world.
Medals of recognition will be awarded to those whose humanitarian efforts assist, support, and further the economic, social, mental and physical well-being of the underprivileged, disenfranchised, suffering and/or downtrodden people of the world, as a way of honoring them at the annual fundraising galas, and eventually HOTWINC Hall of Fame annual events.
The primary goal of Humanitarians Of The World Inc. is to help the neediest of people throughout the world wherever they may be in need.
Humanitarians Of The World Inc. does not receive federal, state or city funding but raises money through charitable contributions made by corporate or private concerns. The members of HOTWINC are caring community minded people that give their time and funds, to help those less fortunate and in dire need of assistance.
The very essence of the organization’s foundation is the humanitarian causes it serves. Seventy five percent of the money HOTWINC receives through fundraising and other charitable activities will fund the organization’s humanitarian causes.
We like to thank , Murray Mckay International Singing star, who provided transportation to the needy presentations, and Kimberly Barreda , of Unlimited, who volunteered her time and services.
See Exclusive interviews and presentations, by Humanitarians of the World Inc, (HOTWINC), and what a lot of the street people had to say, in our World Liberty TV, Humanitarians Channel and Blogs by clicking here.
BY: Liliana Rocio, Senior Editor For World Liberty TV
CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers.
CES showcases more than 4,400 exhibiting companies, including manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technology hardware, content, technology delivery systems and more; a conference program with more than 250 conference sessions and more than 170,000 attendees from 160 countries.
And because it is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® — the technology trade association representing the $401 billion U.S. consumer technology industry — it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers to a forum where the industry’s most relevant issues are addressed.
With 11 official venues, CES spans more than 2.9 million net square feet of exhibit space and features 36 product categories and 22 Marketplaces.
To help you navigate, venues are grouped into three geographical areas: Tech East, Tech West and Tech South.
The first CES took place in New York City in June 1967. Since then, thousands of products have been announced at the yearly show, including many that have transformed our lives.
The World Trade Center Las Vegas (WTCLV), one of the busiest facilities in the world, is a 3.2 million-square-foot convention center located within a short distance of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
The WTCLV engages in trade activities, provides trade and exhibition services, and provides reciprocal services to other members of the World Trade Center’s Association network.
History of CES. The first CES kicked off in 1967, with 250 exhibitors and 17,500 attendees in New York City. Since then, CES has grown by more than 10-fold and now encompasses both traditional and non-traditional tech industries.
World Liberty TV , Technology and Technology Review Team made their 14th Appearance at CES 2020, see some of the products and vendors we saw debut some of the newest gadgets one can use to change your lives once and for all , See it right here in our World Liberty TV, Technology Channels and Blogs by Clicking here.
Michael Phelps (born June 30, 1985) is a retired American swimmer who holds the record for the most Olympics medals won by any athlete at 28, including 23 gold medals and 13 individual golds.
Phelps competed in his first Olympics at the age of 15, as part of the U.S. men’s swim team. He was the first American male swimmer to earn a spot on five Olympic teams and also made history as the oldest individual gold medalist in Olympic swimming history at the age of 28.
Michael Phelps has accumulated a total of 28 medals at the Olympic Summer Games in Athens, Beijing, London and Rio — 23 gold, three silver and two bronze — setting the record for the most medal wins by any Olympic athlete.
At the 2016 Olympic Games, he won one silver and five gold medals, becoming the oldest individual gold medalist in Olympic swimming history, as well as the first swimmer to win four consecutive golds in the same event, the 200-meter individual medley. Phelps has set 39 world records, the most of all time.
Although his teammate Ryan Lochte told media outlets that Phelps would be back in 2020, Michael Phelps confirmed to reporters that he was retiring following the 2016 Summer Olympics.
“I’ve been able to do everything I’ve ever put my mind to in this sport. And 24 years in the sport. I’m happy with how things finished,” he said.
“I’m ready to retire. I’m happy about it. I’m in a better state of mind this time than I was four years ago. And yeah. . .I’m ready to spend some time with (baby son) Boomer and (fiancee) Nicole.”