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Thats how we forged a Trans-Pacific Partnership to open markets, protect workers and the environment, and advance American leadership in Asia.这还是我们建立跨太平洋伙伴关系协定(TPP)时采取的方法。该协定能打开市场、保护工人利益、保护环境,还能增强美国在亚洲的领导力。It cuts 18,000 taxes on products Made in America, which will then support more good jobs here in America.它将取消针对18000种美国制造商品征收的关税,创造更多优质就业机会。With TPP, China doesnt set the rules in that region, we do.在TPP协定下,中国不再是当地贸易规则的制定者,我们才是。You want to show our strength in this century? Approve this agreement. Give us the tools to enforce it. Its the right thing to do.你们想要美国在本世纪展现它的强大国力?那么就通过这一协议。给我们执行协议的工具。就应该这样做。Fifty years of isolating Cuba had failed to promote democracy, it set us back in Latin America.孤立古巴的50年未能推进这一地区的民主进程,反而削弱了我们在拉丁美洲的影响力。Thats why we restored diplomatic relations, opened the door to travel and commerce, position ourselves to improve the lives of the Cuban people.这就是为什么我们要恢复与古巴的外交关系,开启旅游和经商之门,帮助改善古巴人民的生活。So if you want to consolidate our leadership and credibility in the hemisphere, recognize that the Cold War is over. Lift the embargo.你们想要巩固我们在南半球的领导力和可信度,那么就承认冷战已经结束,解除禁运吧。The point is American leadership in the 21st century is not a choice between ignoring the rest of the world except when we kill terrorists; or occupying and rebuilding whatever society is unraveling.21世纪,美国体现领导力的方式并非只有下面两个选择:除了打击恐怖主义,再不关心其他世界事务;抑或,占领和重建每个正在土崩瓦解的社会。Leadership means a wise application of military power, and rallying the world behind causes that are right.领导力意味着明智地运用武力,团结全世界的力量实现伟大目标。It means seeing our foreign assistance as part of our national security, not something separate, not charity.它意味着将海外援助视为国家安全的一部分,而非施舍。When we lead nearly 200 nations to the most ambitious agreement in history to fight climate change yes that helps vulnerable countries, but it also protects our kids.当我们领导近200个国家签署史上最具雄心的气候协议时,不仅帮助了易受气候变化影响的国家,也在造福我们的后代。201602/427839A very warm welcome to Number 10 Downing Street. As-salamu alaykum. It’s really great to have you here for this Eid al Adha commemoration. Tonight I want to say something about the importance of Eid; I want to say something about the enormous contribution that British Muslims make to our country; and I want to say something about the work that we’re all doing as a country to help Muslims around the world. But before I say that I want to say something about what a difficult Eid I know it has been because of the terrible events in Iraq and Syria and the appalling brutality of ISIL. But in the midst of this brutality and the awful beheading of British hardworking good, compassionate men like Alan Henning and David Haines, in the midst of all that, something has emerged in our country which makes me incredibly proud. And that has been the response of British Muslims who have stood up and stood together and said: “These appalling events are not being done in my name.” And I felt so proud of British Muslims in everything that you have said and everything that you have done. And let us say again tonight that these people in Iraq and Syria doing these appalling things, they have nothing to do with the great religion of Islam, a religion of peace, a religion that inspires daily acts of kindness and generosity. And that leads me to what I wanted to say about Eid. Because I’m not a scholar of any religion but what I love about Eid is it demonstrates how close together our religions are. Because of course we’re thinking of sacrifice, and we’re thinking of compassion. We’re thinking of the moment that Abraham showed his iness to sacrifice to God because he was prepared to give up his son. But God said, “No, you must take a lamb instead.” This is the same in my Bible as it is in your Quran. But what I love with what you have done with the festival of Eid is that you’ve taken it one stage further and said that that lamb should be sacrificed in 3 ways: for family, for friends and neighbours, and then a third for those that are neediest in our society and in our country. And I think that lesson of sacrifice and compassion that I understand at the heart of Eid is so important and something that should bring all our religions and our communities together. The second thing I wanted to say is just about the contribution that British Muslims make in our country. I’ve spoken about the extraordinary outpouring there’s been about these appalling events in Syria and Iraq, but we shouldn’t be surprised about that because British Muslim communities are immensely proud of being British and they give an enormous amount to our country. British Muslims are actually the most generous, charitable givers that there are of any community in Britain, and that’s something to be immensely proud of as well as all the contributions to the arts, to literature, to music, to sport. Before my conference speech I met an absolutely sensational British Muslim woman who not only ran 2 superb restaurants but was also a teacher, was also a Conservative councillor and was also the mother of 5 brilliant children, all of whom I met. And that made me think about the hardworking people in British Muslim communities who are absolutely standing up for the values that make this country great: values of enterprise, values of family, values of community, values of hard work. And that is what we’re celebrating tonight. Third and final thing is just to say a word about what we’re doing as a country to help Muslims who are suffering around the world. And I think perhaps we don’t say enough about this, and I think perhaps we need to say more in all our communities to demonstrate to people who care passionately about the suffering people go through about what a generous and compassionate nation this is. We see these appalling problems in Syria with so many refugees and so many people suffering. Britain is the second largest bilateral donor of any country in the world. We’re always the first to step up and step forward, and we should be proud of that. I’ve just been chairing a meeting today about how we respond to the appalling crisis of Ebola in West Africa, where Muslims and Christians are suffering alongside each other with this appalling affliction. Of course America has taken some great steps but Britain again is the second country in the world, spending £125 million to help people in West Africa. We’re sending ships. We’re sending helicopters. We’re sending doctors. We’re building 700 beds to help those people. If you look at who funds the Palestinian authority, again, Britain is one of the most generous donors, not just to help with aid but also to help with governance and with expertise so that Palestine can have the statehood that it so richly deserves. So in all these areas we should celebrate what we do, what British Muslims do but what our whole country does for those who suffer around the world. We made a promise to the people of the world, the poorest of the world, that we would spend 0.7% of our GDP on aid and development, and we’re one of the few countries in the world that has kept that promise. And that is helping Muslims all over the world, whether in Syria, whether in Africa, whether in East Asia, all over the world. And I think we should be proud of that. So, thank you for coming tonight. Thank you for your contribution to our country. I hope that with all the difficulties of Eid we should celebrate the enormous number of people who’ve made the pilgrimage to the Holy City. And so it only remains for me to say Eid Mubarak. Thank you.201505/377149

Members of the Class of 2006, friends, faculty, parents, members of the Taliban: Thank you very much. What? What? Oh, come on. Come on. What are you going to do, bury me up to my head in the sand? Something, come on. Hey, Ive been there. Ive been there.2006届的毕业生,各位朋友,全体教职员工,各位家长以及塔利班分子,非常感谢你们!什么?你说什么?哦,你们打算做什么?活埋了我?来吧,来吧!嘿,我去过那儿,我亲身经历过塔利班的统治。I have to be honest, I was a bit nervous to come back to Yale. I graduated with the Class of 1989, 17 years ago, and I still have this recurring nightmare. I still have this recurring nightmare. Trumbull, yes, thank you. Trumbull. Sure, why not? I still have this recurring nightmare that theres some exam I havent completed in one of those throwaway science courses like you know Intro. to Psych or something. Oh, come on. I love Intro. to Psych. I just really didnt want to take a science course. And actually last night I literally had a dream that the campus police had an outstanding warrant for my arrest if I returned to Yale. So I was a little bit nervous.坦白说,重返耶鲁我确实有点紧张。17年前,也就是1989年,我从这里毕业,但是噩梦至今仍没有结束。噩梦仍纠缠不休。特兰布尔,没错,这当然得感谢特兰布尔学院,为什么不呢?我至今仍会做这样的噩梦,梦到自己还有某一科考试没有完成,都是一些垃圾学科的考试,比如《心理学入门》。事实上,我挺喜欢《心理学入门》,只是很不愿意学习理科。昨天晚上我确实做了一个梦,梦见我一旦回到耶鲁大学,校警卫将有充分的理由将我逮捕。所以我确实有点儿紧张。And the other reason I was reluctant to return to campus is that being here actually allows the Yale Alumni Association to get a pinpoint on me. Because you dont know this about the Yale Alumni Association yet, but let me just warn you: for the rest of your life, they will hunt you down. No matter where you go, no matter what country you live in, they will find you, and they will write you letters and they will squeeze you for every cent you make. Seriously, enjoy the next 24 hours because right now you are still students. Tuesday morning they will have all your numbers, all your address in the database and they will start tracking you. If Osama bin Laden was a Yale graduate they would know what cave he was in, exactly. Its true. President Bush should get the Yale Alumni Association on the case.我不愿重返耶鲁还有另外一个原因,那就是,一旦我回到这里,耶鲁校友会就能精确把握我的动向。你们也许还不太了解耶鲁校友会吧,那我就给你们提个醒吧,在你们毕业之后,耶鲁校友会将会一直追踪你。不管你走到哪里,不管你生活在哪个国家,他们都会找到你,给你写信,会榨干你挣到的每一分钱。严肃点说,尽情享受这最后24小时的学生时光吧!星期二早上,他们将会把你们所有人的电话号码和地址存入数据库,并开始追踪你们。如果奥萨马·本·拉登是耶鲁毕业的,那么他们将会知道他藏在哪一个山洞里。这是真的。布什总统应该请耶鲁校友会来协助处理本·拉登一案。 /201310/260628

  And many of the questions that we might have about the universe at large scales,我们关于宇宙在宏观上有很多问题,such as, how does gravity work?比如,引力是怎么起作用的?might be answered by studying these systems.这些问题可能可以通过研究这些系统来解决。So that was very big.所以这就是“非常大”。The second things is very hot.第二个特点是“非常热”。Okay, if I take an image of a galaxy cluster,如果我拿出一幅星团的照片,and I subtract away all of the starlight,去掉其中所有的星光,what Im left with is this big, blue blob.留下的是这个巨大的蓝色的一团。This is in false color.这个颜色不是真的。Its actually X-ray light that were seeing.事实上这是X光。And the question is, if its not galaxies,问题是,如果不是这些星系,what is emitting this light?那么是什么在发出这X光呢?The answer is hot gas,是高温气体,million-degree gas in fact, its plasma.一百万度的气体,事实上是等离子。And the reason why its so hot goes back to the previous slide.温度如此之高的原因要回到前一张幻灯片。The extreme gravity of these systems is accelerating particles of gas to great speeds,这些系统的超强引力将气体粒子加速到非常高的速度,and great speeds means great temperatures.而高速则意味着高温。So this is the main idea,这是主要的想法,but science is a rough draft.但是里面的科学还不太明晰。There are many basic properties about this plasma that still confuse us,关于等离子气体,还有很多基本性质的问题仍让我们困扰,still puzzle us,仍然是谜团,and still push our understanding of the physics of the very hot.但它正在推进我们对超高温物理的理解。Third thing: probing the very small.第三个问题是:研究“极小”。Now, to explain this, I need to tell you a very disturbing fact.为了解释这个,我要说一件很让人困扰的事实。Most of the universes matter is not made up of atoms.宇宙的大部分物质不是由原子构成。You were lied to.你们以前被骗了。Most of it is made up of something very, very mysterious,which we call dark matter.宇宙大部分是一种非常神秘的物质,我们称为暗物质。Dark matter is something that doesnt like to interact very much,暗物质不太与周围发生作用,except through gravity,除了通过引力,and of course we would like to learn more about it.理所当然的我们希望对其了解更多。If youre a particle physicist,如果你是粒子物理学家,you want to know what happens when we smash things together.你会想知道当我们撞击物体的时候发生什么。And dark matter is no exception.暗物质也不例外。Well, how do we do this?那么,我们怎么做呢?To answer that question,为了回答这个问题,Im going to have to ask another one,我要问另一个问题,which is, what happens when galaxy clusters collide?那就是,当星团碰撞的时候会发生什么?201512/416058

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  First lady of the ed States of America美利坚合众国第一夫人Mrs. Michelle Obama米歇尔.奥巴马夫人Oh, my goodness哦 我的天啊Good morning早上好I am so happy to be here with you all我很高兴同大家一起聚到这里Im proud to be here in the Big Easy我很荣幸能来到大快活城新奥尔良Look at you all看看你们所有人You look good你们看起来很棒Thank you谢谢I want to start by thanking Nicole for that very kind introduction我想首先感谢妮可 谢谢她友善的介绍and for sharing her story which也谢谢她分享她的故事is not too unfamiliar to me这在我看来 感同身受They told me I couldnt be where I am too原来也有人说我做不到现在的成就So I want to thank Nicole. Im proud of her我要感谢妮可 我为她感到自豪Thank you for the selfie谢谢你的自拍照I think thats the first selfie Ive done at a commencement这应该是我在毕业典礼上的首张自拍照So Nicole, youre my first妮可 你是我的第一次And of course I want to thank Dillard University choir当然 我还要感谢迪拉德大学合唱团201503/363165Today I am going to teach you how to play my favorite game:今天我要教你们怎么玩我最爱的游戏:massively multiplayer thumb-wrestling.超级多人拇指摔跤Its the only game in the world that I know of这是我所知的唯一一个that allows you, the player,可以让你,也就是玩家the opportunity to experience 10 positive emotions in 60 seconds or less.得以在六十秒内体验十种正面心情的游戏This is true, so if you play this game with me today这是真的,因此如果你今天和我玩这个游戏for just one single minute,只需要一分钟you will get to feel joy, relief, love, surprise,你将会感受到喜悦、解脱、爱、惊喜pride, curiosity, excitement, awe and wonder, contentment, and creativity,骄傲、好奇、兴奋、敬畏与惊奇、满足,以及创造力all in the span of one minute.这都将在一分钟内发生So this sounds pretty good, right? Now youre willing to play.听起来很不错吧?你现在会愿意玩这个游戏了In order to teach you this game,为了教你们这个游戏Im going to need some volunteers to come up onstage really quickly,我需要一些自愿者很快地到台上来and were going to do a little hands-on demo.然后我们将会亲身示范While theyre coming up, I should let you know,在等他们上来的同时,我该让你们知道this game was invented 10 years ago by an artists collective in Austria named Monochrom.这个游戏是在十年前,由一位奥地利艺术收藏家Monochrom发明的So thank you, Monochrom.谢谢你,MonochromOkay, so most people are familiar with traditional, two-person thumb-wrestling.好的,大部分的人都对传统的两人拇指摔跤很熟悉Sunni, lets just remind them.Sunni,我们帮他们复习一下吧One, two, three, four,I declare a thumb war, and we wrestle,一,二,三,四,当我说拇指比赛,然后我们就开始and of course Sunni beats me because shes the best.当然Sunni会打败我,因为她是最厉害的Now the first thing about massively multiplayer thumb-wrestling, were the gamer generation.玩多人拇指摔跤,(要知道)的第一件事情就是我们身处玩家的世代There are a billion gamers on the planet now,现在全世界有十数亿个玩家so we need more of a challenge.所以我们面临大挑战So the first thing we need is more thumbs.首先,我们需要更多的拇指So Eric, come on over.所以,来吧,EricSo we could get three thumbs together, and Peter could join us.我们把三个拇指凑在一起,然后Peter可以加入我们We could even have four thumbs together,我们甚至可以把四个拇指凑在一起and the way you win is youre the first person to pin someone elses thumb.如果你是第一个把别人的拇指按住的人,你就赢了This is really important.这很重要You cant, like, wait while they fight it out and then swoop in at the last minute.你不能在一旁观战,然后再最终才突然压下来That is not how you win.这样子赢了不算Ah, who did that? Eric you did that.噢,是谁?是EricSo Eric would have won. He was the first person to pin my thumb.这样Eric就赢了,他是第一个把我的拇指压住的Okay, so thats the first rule,好,这就是第一条规则and we can see that three or four is kind of the typical number of thumbs in a node,三个或四个拇指是在一个节点中常见的拇指数量but if you feel ambitious,you dont have to hold back.但是如果你很有野心的话,别憋在心里We can really go for it.我们真的可以争取更多So you can see up here.你可以看到Now the only other rule you need to remember is,你要记住的另外一条规则就是gamer generation, we like a challenge.身为玩家世代的一员,我们喜欢挑战I happen to notice you all have some thumbs youre not using.让我提醒你们,你们都有一些你现在没在用的拇指So I think we should kind of get some more involved.所以我觉得我们应该试点其他的And if we had just four people,如果我们只有四个人we would do it just like this,我们可以这样做and we would try and wrestle both thumbs at the same time.同时用两双拇指摔跤Perfect.太好了Now, if we had more people in the room,好,如果这房间里有更多人instead of just wrestling in a closed node,我们可以往外延伸,让更多人参与我们we might reach out and try and grab some other people.而不是只在一个封闭的节点里玩摔跤And in fact, thats what were going to do right now.事实上,这就是我们现在要做的Were going to try and get all, something like,我们要试着把这房间里所有的I dont know, 1,500 thumbs in this room connected in a single node.我不确定,大概1500个拇指在一个节点里面连接起来And we have to connect both levels,我们得连结两层楼so if youre up there, youre going to be reaching down and reaching up.所以如果你在楼上的话,你就要同时连接楼上和楼下201512/417387And you know, we have a society, a world,你知道,我们的社会,这个世界,that is paralyzed by fear.已经在恐惧中麻痹。And in that paralysis, of course,当然在这麻痹之中,our capacity for compassion is also paralyzed.我们的慈悲心也受到麻痹。The very word terror is global.恐怖是全球性的。The very feeling of terror is global.这种恐怖感是全球性的。So our work, in a certain way,某种程度上我们的工作,is to address this imago,是要阐明这种意象,this kind of archetype that has pervaded the psyche of our entire globe.这种原型这已经毒害了整个世界的心灵。Now we know from neuroscience that compassion has some very extraordinary qualities.我们从神经科学得知慈悲有些非凡的特性。For example:比如:A person who is cultivating compassion,一个人正在修习慈悲,when they are in the presence of suffering,当他们身处苦难存在之处,they feel that suffering a lot more than many other people do.他们觉得比别人受难更多。However,然而,they return to baseline a lot sooner.他们能很快恢复常态。This is called resilience.这是弹性。Many of us think that compassion drains us,很多人认为慈悲会让自己枯竭,but I promise you it is something that truly enlivens us.但我保它是真正启发我们的东西。Another thing about compassion is that it really enhances whats called neural integration.另一个特性是它可以增强神经整合。It hooks up all parts of the brain.它使脑部的每个部分都联接起来。Another, which has been discovered by various researchers at Emory and at Davis and so on,另外,埃默里和戴维斯和其他一些研究者发现了,is that compassion enhances our immune system.慈悲会增强免疫力。Hey, we live in a very noxious world.嗨,我们生活在充满毒素的世界。Most of us are shrinking in the face of psycho-social and physical poisons,我们很多人经历这个世界上的心理社会性的或肉体上的毒害,of the toxins of our world.于是渐渐凋零。201510/405332

  

  But, if every one of you changed the lives of just ten people 但是 如果你们每个人能够改变十个人的命运and each one of those people changed the lives of another ten people 然后这十个人中的每一个再改变另外十个人的命运and another ten 依此类推then in five generations, 125 years 那么五代人后 125年以后the class of 2014 作为2014届毕业生will have changed the lives of 800 million people你们将总共能改变八亿人的命运800 million people八亿人think about it over twice the population of the ed States 想想 这超过了美国人口的两倍Go one more generation and you can change the entire population of the world 再往前一代 你们将能够改变全世界所有人的命运8 billion people 八十亿人If you think its hard to change the lives of ten people不要认为自己没能力改变十个人的命运change their lives forever youre wrong 这种想法绝对是错误的I saw it happen every day in Iraq and Afghanistan我在伊拉克和阿富汗每天都在碰到这样的例子A young Army officer makes a decision to go left 一位年轻的军官决定往左走instead of right down a road in Baghdad 而不是朝巴格达的道路直走and the ten soldiers with his are saved from close-in ambush 十位战士就因此免受了敌人的伏击In Kandahar province, Afghanistan 在阿富汗坎大哈省a non-commissioned officer from the Female Engagement Team senses something isnt right来自女性战斗小队的一位士官察觉到了异常and directs the infantry platoon away from a 500 pound IED 指挥步兵小组远离了一颗500磅的IED炸弹saving the lives of a dozen soldiers 这就挽救了十多位士兵的生命But, if you think about it 想想这些not only were these soldiers saved by the decisions of one person一个人的决策并不是只挽救了这些士兵的生命but their children were saved and their childrens children 他们的子女也会由此得救 还有他们子女的子女Generations were saved by one decision of one person 一个人的一个决定 就挽救了数代人But changing the world can happen anywhere and anyone can do it 任何人 在任何地方 都可以改变世界So, what starts here can indeed change the world 从这里开始 我们确实能够改变世界but the question is, what will the world look like after you change it? 不过问题是 世界被改变后 会变成怎样201601/423990

  If I hadnt owned to my mistake and confronted failure fast 如果我没有快速承认和改正错误instead of ignoring it, I would not be here today 如果我忽略了这个错误 就不会有今天的我So maybe another possible thing for you guys to remember 也许你们可以记住另外一点see, Im trying to help you guys 看到了吗 我是想帮助大家when you fail 在你失败时face your failure, face it head on, admit it, grow from it 直面失败 承认失败 并从它获得成长When the world spins so fast, it means no one knows what the right answer is 世界发展日新月异 没人知道正确是什么and everyone will face failure 所有人都会遭遇失败Ideas that were once cant miss missed 一度认为不可能失败的想法可能会失败Companies that were surefire 觉得肯定能成的公司went down in flames 也可能会轰然崩塌Its what you do when that happens that determinates 在遭遇失败时怎么做决定了who ultimately succeeds and who does not 你最终是否能够取得成功Failure is part of the process 失败只是过程中的一部分Its where we learn the most 失败能够让人得到最大进步And its what makes us who we are 是成就我们的必经之路Now as I look out at all of you, Im reminded of my own graduation 看到你们 让我想到了我自己的毕业I remember there were an awful lot of question marks for me 我记得 当时我心中有很多疑问Graduating meant leaving behind my friends, my college life 毕业意味着我要离开朋友 离开大学生活It meant Id have to figure out what to do with my real, my ;real; life 意味着我需要去面对;真正的;生活And I had no idea what I was going to do 我对自己要做什么 心里没底I had no job lined up, no prospects 我没有太多工作计划和展望My big plan was to go home 我只想回家live with my parents, and share the family car with my little sister 同父母住在一起 同共用家里的车Now to some of you, that might sound like a strange fear 我的这种恐惧或许会让你们觉得有些陌生Hopkins is a unique place 霍普金斯是一个独特的地方and that some of you have known exactly what youve wanted to do 从踏上这所学校的那一天起since you set foot on this campus 有些人就很明确自己想做什么Many of you have useful degrees 你们很多人都拿到了有用的学位biomedical engineering 生物医学工程public health 公共卫生economics 经济学applied math 应用数学computer science 计算机科学201512/414387。

  I am so proud to stand here today as Prime Minister of four nations in one ed Kingdom. I was always clear about why we called that referendum. Duck the fight – and our union could have been taken apart bit by bit. Take it on – and we had the chance to settle the question. This Party has always confronted the big issues for the sake of our country. And now…England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland…we are one people in one union and everyone here can be proud of that. And we can all agree, during that campaign a new star – a new Conservative star – was born…someone who’s going to take our message to every corner of Scotland: our very own Ruth Davidson.The lead-up to that referendum was the most nerve-wracking week of my life. But I can tell you the best moment of my year. It was June 6th, the 70th anniversary of D Day. Sam and I were in Bayeux, in France, with my constituent, Patrick Churchill…no relation to the great man – but a great man himself. Patrick is 91 years old – and 70 years ago, he was there fighting fascism, helping to liberate that town. I’ll never forget the tears in his eyes as he talked about the comrades he left behind…or the pride they all felt in the job they had done. As we walked along the streets he pointed out where he had driven his tank…and all along the roadside there were French children waving flags – Union Jacks – the grandchildren of the people he had liberated. Patrick’s here today with his wife Karin – and I know, like me, you’ll want to give them the warmest welcome.When people have seen our flag – in some of the most desperate times in history – they have known what it stands for. Freedom. Justice. Standing up for what is right. They have known this isn’t any old country. This is a special country. June 6th this summer. Normandy. I was so proud of Great Britain that day. And here, today, I want to set out how in this generation, we can build a country whose future we can all be proud of. How we can secure a better future for all. How we can build a Britain that everyone is proud to call home.The heirs to those who fought on the beaches of Northern France are those fighting in Afghanistan today. For thirteen years, young men and women have been serving our country there. This year, the last of our combat troops come home – and I know everyone here will want to show how grateful and how proud we are of everyone who served. But the end of the Afghan mission does not mean the end of the threat. The threat is Islamist extremist terrorism – and it has found a new, hellish crucible – with ISIL, in Iraq and Syria. These people are evil, pure and simple. They kill children; rape women; threaten non-believers with genocide; behead journalists and aid workers. Some people seem to think we can opt out of this. We can’t. As I speak, British servicemen and women are flying in the skies over Iraq. They saw action yesterday. And there will be troops on the frontline – but they will be Iraqis, Kurds, and Syrians…fighting for the safe and democratic future they deserve.We are acting in partnership with a range of countries – including those from the region. Because let’s be clear: There is no “walk on by” option. Unless we deal with ISIL, they will deal with us, bringing terror and murder to our streets. As always with this Party, we will do whatever it takes to keep our country safe. And to those who have had all the advantages of being brought up in Britain, but who want to go and fight for ISIL – let me say this. If you try to travel to Syria or Iraq, we will use everything at our disposal to stop you: Taking away your passport; prosecuting, convicting, imprisoning you…and if you’re there aly – even preventing you from coming back. You have declared your allegiance. You are an enemy of the UK – and you should expect to be treated as such.When it comes to keeping Britain safe, I had one man by my side for four years. When he was a teenager, he didn’t only address the Tory party conference…he Hansard in bed…and had a record collection consisting of one album by Dire Straits and dozens of speeches by Winston Churchill. All I can say is this: that boy became a fine Parliamentarian…a brilliant Foreign Secretary…our greatest living Yorkshireman…and someone to whom I owe an enormous debt of gratitude: William Hague.William, there’s one more task I want you to carry out: bringing fairness to our constitution. During that referendum campaign we made a vow to the Scottish people that they will get more powers – and we will keep that vow. But here’s my vow to the people of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. I know the system is unfair. I know that you are asking: if Scotland can vote separately on things like tax, spending and welfare….why can’t England, Wales and Northern Ireland do the same? I know you want this answered. So this is my vow: English votes for English laws – the Conservatives will deliver it.We’ve delivered a lot these past four years…but we’ve had to do it all in a coalition government. Believe me: coalition was not what I wanted to do; it’s what I had to do. And I know what I want next. To be back here in October 2015 delivering Conservative policies…based on Conservative values…leading a majority Conservative Government.So where do we want to take our country? Where do I want to take our country? During these four years, I hope that the British people have come to know me a little. I’m not a complicated man. I believe in some simple things. Families come first. They are the way you make a nation strong from the inside out. I care deeply about those who struggle to get by…but I believe the best thing to do is help them stand on their own two feet – and no, that’s not saying “you’re on your own”, but “we are on your side, helping you be all you can.” And I believe in something for something; not something for nothing. Those who do the right thing, put the effort in, who work and build communities – these are the people who should be rewarded. All of this is underpinned by a deep patriotism.I love this country – and my goal is this: To make Britain a country that everyone is proud to call home. That doesn’t just mean having the fastest-growing economy, or climbing some international league table. I didn’t come into politics to make the lines on the graphs go in the right direction. I want to help you live a better life. And it comes back to those things I believe. A Britain that everyone is proud to call home is a Britain where hard work is really rewarded. Not a free-for-all, but a chance for all…the chance of a job, a home, a good start in life…whoever you are, wherever you are from. And by the way – you never pull one person up by pulling another one down. So this Party doesn’t do the politics of envy and class warfare…we believe in aspiration and helping people get on in life – and what’s more, we’re proud of it.The past four years have been about laying the foundations for that Britain. The next five will be about finishing the job. Put another way – if our economic plan for the past four years has been about our country – and saving it from economic ruin…our plan for the next five years will be about you, and your family – and helping you get on. But Conservatives know this. Nothing comes easy. There’s no reward without effort; no wealth without work; no success without sacrifice…and we credit the British people with knowing these things too.Other parties preach to you about a Brave New World…we understand you have to start with the real world and make it better. So let other politicians stand on stages like this and promise an easy life. Not me. I am here today to set out our Conservative commitment for the next five years.If you want to provide for yourself and your family, you’ll have the security of a job…but only if we stick to our long-term economic plan. If you work hard, we will cut your taxes…but only if we keep on cutting the deficit, so we can afford to do that. For those wanting to buy a home, yes – we will help you get on that housing ladder…but only if we take on the vested interests, and build more homes – however hard that is. We will make sure your children get a great education; the best education…but only if we keep taking on everyone who gets in the way of high standards. For those retiring, we will make sure you get a decent pension; and real rewards for a life of work…but only if we as a country accept we all have to work a bit longer and save a bit more.201505/375399

  You see? If all you remember in years to come is the ;gay wizard; joke, Ive still come out ahead of Baroness Mary Warnock. Achievable goals--the first step to self-improvement.你们知道吗?如果在若干年后你们还仅仅记得“快乐的魔法师”这个笑话,那就明我已经超越了男爵夫人玛丽·沃诺克。确定一个切实可行的目标——这是自我提升的第一步。Actually, I have wracked my mind and heart for what I ought to say to you today. I have asked myself what I wish I had known at my own graduation, and what important lessons I have learned in the 21 years that has expired between that day and this.实际上,我为今天应该给大家讲些什么绞尽了脑汁。我曾自问,在当初自己的毕业典礼上我想要知道些什么呢?从毕业典礼那天到现在的21年里我得到了什么重要的经验和教训呢?I have come up with two answers. On this wonderful day when we are gathered together to celebrate your academic success, I have decided to talk to you about the benefits of failure. And as you stand on the threshold of what is sometimes called ;real life;, I want to extol the crucial importance of imagination.我想到了两个。今天是个美好的日子,我们欢聚一堂一起庆祝你们在学业上取得的成就。然而我决定跟你们谈谈失败的收益;同时,你们即将迈入“现实生活”,所以我还要褒扬想象力的极度重要性。These may seem quixotic or paradoxical choices, but hear with me.这两点似乎是不切实际或自相矛盾的选择,但请先容我讲完。Looking back at the 21-year-old that I was at graduation, is a slightly uncomfortable experience for the 42-year-old that she has become. Half my lifetime ago, I was striking an uneasy balance between the ambition I had for my self, and what those closest to me expected of me.对于已经42岁的我来说,回忆21岁刚刚毕业时的情景并不是一件很舒的事情。21年前,我一直都在自己的雄心和身边的人对我的期望之间寻求平衡。I was convinced that the only thing I wanted to do, ever, was to write novels. However, my parents, both of whom came from impoverished backgrounds and neither of whom had been to college, took the view that my overactive imagination was an amusing personal quirk that could never pay a mortgage, or secure a pension.我一直深信,自己唯一想做的事情就是写小说。然而,我的父母家境都很贫困,两个人都没上过大学,他们认为我过于丰富的想象力是令人惊讶的怪癖,根本不足以让我付按揭,或者获得足够的养老金。201401/273590

  Hi, everybody. This week, we made it official – Im going to Cuba. When Michelle and I go to Havana next month, it will be the first visit of a U.S. president to Cuba in nearly 90 years. And it builds on the decision I made more than a year ago to begin a new chapter in our relationship with the people of Cuba. You see, I believe that the best way to advance American interests and values, and the best way to help the Cuban people improve their lives, is through engagement – by normalizing relations between our governments and increasing the contacts between our peoples. Ive always said that change wont come to Cuba overnight. But as Cuba opens up, it will mean more opportunity and resources for ordinary Cubans. And were starting to see some progress. Today, the American flag flies over our embassy in Havana, and our diplomats are interacting more broadly with the Cuban people. More Americans are visiting Cuba than at any time in the last 50 years – Cuban-American families; American students, teachers, humanitarian volunteers, faith communities – all forging new ties and friendships that are bringing our countries closer. And when direct flights and ferries resume, even more of our citizens will have the chance to travel and work together and know each other. American companies are starting to do business in Cuba, helping to nurture private enterprise and giving Cuban entrepreneurs new opportunities. With new Wi-Fi hotspots, more Cubans are starting to go online and get information from the outside world. In both our countries, theres overwhelming support for this new relationship. And in Cuba today, for the first time in a half century, there is hope for a different future, especially among Cubas young people who have such extraordinary talent and potential just waiting to be unleashed. My visit will be an opportunity to keep moving forward. Ill meet with President Castro to discuss how we can continue normalizing relations, including making it easier to trade and easier for Cubans to access the Internet and start their own businesses. As I did when I met President Castro last year, Ill speak candidly about our serious differences with the Cuban government, including on democracy and human rights. Ill reaffirm that the ed States will continue to stand up for universal values like freedom of speech and assembly and religion. Ill meet with members of Cubas civil society – courageous men and women who give voice to the aspirations of the Cuban people. Ill meet with Cuban entrepreneurs to learn how we can help them start new ventures. And Ill speak directly to the Cuban people about the values we share and how I believe we can be partners as they work for the future they want. Were still in the early days of our new relationship with the Cuban people. This transformation will take time. But Im focused on the future, and Im confident that my visit will advance the goals that guide us – promoting American interests and values and a better future for the Cuban people, a future of more freedom and more opportunity. Thanks, everybody. And to the people of Cuba – nos vemos en La Habana.201602/428188

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