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I don’t think so. let’s see….What about stalin, hitler ceausescu and mao
I have never seen anyone treated with such disrespect after death. How can Thatcher provoke such barbarism!?
‘The BBC has come under fire for a decision not to air a song, which has hit top of the charts after the death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, in its weekly music countdown show.
‘The song, “Ding Dong! The witch is dead” from the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, is now contending to gain the top slot in Britain’s weekly list of the top 40 best-selling singles that are usually played in full on a BBC Radio 1 chart show on Sunday…’
30 years of loathing for Baroness Thatcher explodes in celebrations of her death. Will funeral now be targeted?
‘Violence erupts at death parties across UK as Left marks her death. Six officers injured in Bristol and Barnardos shop smashed in BrixtonGlasgow, Liverpool and Derry were…
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Părinţii lui erau greci – mama, Constantinidi, era din Constanţa, iar tatăl, Moscopol, a venit de pe malurile Mării Egee, de la Mesevria, şi s-a stabilit la Brăila, unde a avut o cofetărie, apoi a fost bijutier, ca şi o soră de-a lui. De mic avea uşurinţa de a învăţa. Ştia să cânte la mai multe instrumente, cunoştea bine franceza, italiana, engleza, germana şi greaca. Cursurile primar şi secundar le-a făcut la Brăila, iar liceul l-a terminat la Galaţi.
În anii 1921-22 a fost funcţionar la Agenţia maritimă “M. Embiricos et Co”, apoi încă doi ani la Agenţia “P. Macri et Son” din Brăila, iar din 1925 până în 1929 a lucrat la Banca “Chrissoveloni” din Bucureşti.
În timp ce era student la Aeronautică, cineva l-a sfătuit să-şi valorifice talentul muzical şi să facă nişte înregistrări. Din acel moment, muzica a devenit profesia sa. Jean Moscopol nu a fost căsătorit niciodată.
În 1929 a debutat la barul “Zissu”, de pe Şerban Vodă. Făcea epigrame pe moment celor de la masă, îi dispunea. A publicat si o carte de epigrame: “101 răutăţi”. În perioada aceea a apărut şi în filmul “O noapte furtunoasă”, el interpretând rolul şansonetistului care cânta la grădina de vară “Union”. Tot atunci a făcut înregistrări pe primele plăci de gramofon şi a debutat la radio.
În 1930 a luat lecţii de muzică, a dat examen şi a fost confirmat ca artist profesionist. H. Nicolaide l-a luat la Teatrul de Revistă “Alhambra”, unde a cântat în operetele: “Alhambritta”, “Lăsaţi-mă să cânt” şi “Contesa Maritza”.
În 1931 a făcut un turneu prin ţară cu Ion Manolescu, actor la Teatrul Naţional. Din acest an a devenit artistul exclusiv al Casei londoneze de discuri “His Master’s Voice“. De-a lungul anilor, a înregistrat pe discuri de gramofon peste 300 de cântece, de facturi diverse, româneşti şi străine.
În 1932 a plecat la Berlin, unde a imprimat discuri cu orchestre celebre ca Honlgsberg, James Kok, şi a luat lecţii de canto cu profesorul Korst.
După război, concepţiile lui politice fiind în totală contradicţie cu regimul care se instala, nu a acceptat să devină cântăreţul noii puteri de la Bucureşti. Îşi făcuse cunoştinţe în lumea teatrală şi Elvira Popescu, care era la Paris, l-a ajutat să plece din ţară, în 1947, cu acte în regulă. A ajuns întâi in Grecia, apoi în Germania, de unde a mers în Franţa. După scurt timp, a trecut oceanul şi s-a stabilit în America, la New York. În America nu a mai avut aceeaşi carieră strălucitoare ca în România, dar s-a implicat în viaţa comunităţii românilor de la biserica “Sf. Dumitru” din New York, al cărei şef a devenit. După slujbă, organiza întâlnirea românilor din diaspora. Pentru a-şi câştiga existenţa, a avut diferite servicii, ocupaţii nesemnificative pentru cariera lui artistică.
În anii ’70, cu sprijinul lui Aristide Buhoiu, directorul ziarului “Universul”, a înregistrat o serie de cântece. Lansarea lor s-a facut la Bucureşti, în 1993.
Lui îi aparţin melodii precum “Vrei să ne-ntâlnim sâmbătă sara?”, “Mână, birjar” şi “Tot ce-i românesc nu piere”.
Din cauza atitudinii sale vehemente împotriva rusificării ţării după invazia sovietică, regimul comunist a incercat sa-l şteargă din conştiinţa naţională prin marginalizarea lui. Regizorul Stefan Gladin a întâmpinat mari dificultăţi in culegera de informaţii despre artist pentru un film biografic pentru că acestea au fost scoase din arhive in anii ’50-’60.”
She broke down and let me in
Made me see where I’ve been
Been down one time
Been down two times
I’m never going back again
You don’t know what it means to win
Come down and see me again
Been down one time
Been down two times
I’m never going back again
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3:08 “I Want to Tell You”
7:48 “If I Needed Someone”
14:00 “Handle with Care”
21:50 “Honey Don’t” 2
5:48 “Sit On My Face” – Monty Python
27:40 “The Lumberjack Song” – Monty Python
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35:40 “Horse to the Water”
40:10 “Beware of Darkness”
45:00 “Isn’s It a Pity”
52:00 “For You Blue”
1:09:25 “The Inner Light”
1:12:40 “My Sweet Lord”
1:17:55 “All Things Must Pass”
1:22:35 “While My Guitar Gently Weeps“
NOTE: No copyrights implied. I’m just a life long fan of George Harrison & The Beatles
- George Harrison (en.wikipedia.org)
- Happy Birthday George! Here’s Top Ten Songs by George Harrison (doodledandy.net)
- Daily Downloads (13 George Harrison Covers and more) (largeheartedboy.com)
- Comedy Line Up Recreate Monty Python ‘Life Of Brian’ Sketch For Campaign For Aid (close-upfilm.com)
E pâinea uscată și-s cuie fierbinți
în suflet de om abătut
privește spre cer și se roagă la sfinți
să-l ridice căci a decăzut.
Pe drum înainte nimic nu s-arată,
nu știe de-i rău sau de-i bine
de mână să-l ia cineva el așteaptă
dar nimeni nu vine.
E singur, desculț însă-o voce îi spune
din tot ce-a făcut și-a rămas
să-nvețe din rele, să-și ia cele bune
să plece la pas.
Cu suflet rănit, el o ia pe-o cărare
atent, răbdator și senin
privind cu speranță și liniște-n zare,
își croiește un tainic destin.
A member of the aristocratic Rothschild banking family, Philippe was one of the most successful winemakers in the world. In the 1920s, the wealthy French playboy took up Grand Prix motor racing, among other pursuits, but soon withdrew to focus on the family vineyard. He spent decades building the Château Mouton Rothschild label, finally achieving Premier Cru—or First Growth—status in 1973. His idea for bottle labels became an enduring part of his vineyard’s image. What was it? More… Discuss
The source of the water pouring into the basements of buildings in the Chicago Loop area had not yet been identified when reports of live fish in the water began surfacing. This helped lead a reporter to the source of the flood—a leak in an old tunnel that ran underneath the Chicago River. It turned out that the leak had been discovered months earlier, but the city had failed to repair it in a timely fashion, allowing it to worsen and eventually inundate the area with how much river water? More… Discuss
As data storage and communication become more and more cloud based, it becomes increasingly apparent that companies that provide these services must address the issue of what happens to data after a user passes on. In the past, families have had to sue e-mail providers for access to the accounts of deceased loved ones, but Google has unveiled a new feature, called Inactive Account Manager, that should obviate the need for such legal actions and hopefully save the bereaved a lot of heartache. The tool gives Google users the ability to “will” e-mail, contacts, photos, music, and other data to preselected contacts after a set period of account inactivity. More… Discuss
12 April 2013 Breaking News China Signals it will Back North Korea in War end times news update 4-12-13
12 April 2013 Breaking News China Signals it will Back North Korea in War end times news update 4-12-13
China won’t sell out North Korea, no matter how much it should, and that sends a message to the rest of the world.
Who would you rather have in your corner? Who is going to stand by you when times are tough? China or America?
Officially China may not be too happy about the way that North Korea is acting. Or maybe it is.
China isn’t too worried that Obama will actually drop his golf clubs and stand up to the Communist banker of his welfare state. It doesn’t want to appear too crazy in public, but it has moved to a more militarist stance and North Korean aggressiveness serves its interests by tying up the United States in Korea while allowing its leaders to be the ones who claim to have the choke hold on the Nuclear Hound of North Korea.
But if push does come to shove, then China has North Korea’s back. Unlike Obama Inc. which only has the Muslim Brotherhood’s back.
China continued moving tanks and armored vehicles and flying flights near North Korea this week as part of a military buildup in the northeastern part of the country that U.S. officials say is related to the crisis with North Korea.
The Obama administration, meanwhile, sought to play down the Chinese military buildup along the border with Beijing fraternal communist ally despite the growing danger of conflict following unprecedented threats by Pyongyang to attack the United States and South Korea with nuclear weapons. The buildup appears linked to North Korea’s March 30 announcement that it is in a state of war with South Korea after the United Nations imposed a new round of sanctions following the North’s Feb. 12 2013 nuclear test and because of ongoing large-scale joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises.
Officials said one key military unit involved in the mobilization is the 190th Mechanized Infantry Brigade based in Benxi, Liaoning Province. The brigade is believed to be the PLA’s frontline combat unit that would respond to any regional conflict or refugee flows. Troops and tank movements also were reported in Dandong, in Liaoning Province. Fighter jets were reported flying in larger numbers in Fucheng, Hebei Province, and in Zhangwu and Changchun, Liaoning Provinces. Additionally, the troop buildup is a signal to Pyongyang that China will abide by its defense commitment to North Korea in the event of renewed conflict.
If the PRC really wanted to discourage North Korea’s misbehavior, then it would avoid the buildup. After all the only thing China really has to worry about is a flood of refugees and it doesn’t need jets or tanks to deal with them.
The message being sent is that China, unlike the United States, doesn’t abandon its allies.
Obama may have sold out Poland on missile defense and sold out the UK on the Falklands and Israel on Hamas. Obama sold out Mubarak and the leaders of most American allies in the Middle East.
March 31st 2013 Presstv reports – Russian president Putin orders unscheduled military drill in Black Sea Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered an unexpected military exercise involving dozens of ships and thousands of troops in the Black Sea.
Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday that Putin issued the order for the large-scale maneuvers overnight as he flew back from the South African city of Durban after a two-day summit of the BRICS group of emerging powers.
Peskov further said the drill is aimed at testing the battle-readiness of Russia’s Black Sea units. “These are large-scale unannounced test exercises. The main goal is to check the readiness and cohesion of the various units,” he said.
The ships taking part in the exercise have already left the Russia-leased Sevastopol port in Ukraine’s Crimea Peninsula, the Russian spokesman added.
According to a Kremlin statement, the drill will involve 36 vessels, up to 7,000 troops and an unspecified number of aircraft. However, the statement did not specify how long the exercise would last.
Russian foreign affairs analyst Fyodor Lukyanov, who is also the editor of Russia in Global Affairs journal, said, “It is flexing muscles and may have more to do with what is happening in the Mediterranean, around Syria, than in the Black Sea.”
In January, Russia launched its largest naval exercises in decades in the Mediterranean and Black Seas near the territorial waters of Syria.
Moscow said the drills were “held in line with the Russian Armed Forces‘ 2013 combat training plan,” and focused on “interoperability of task forces from several fleets while on a mission in a far-off maritime zone.”
In addition to Georgia and Ukraine, Russia shares the Black Sea with Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania.
- China Signals it will Back North Korea in War (fromthetrenchesworldreport.com)
- North Korea Parachutists 04/11/2013 (leaksource.wordpress.com)
- Chinese Military Buildup On North Korea Border Continues (patdollard.com)
The traditional clothing of the Han Chinese people, also known ashanfu, is no longer used as everyday garb in China, but it is worn at festivals, special occasions, and cultural events. There is also a movement to revive hanfu for daily wear, in replacement of Western styles. Hanfu outfits typically consist of diagonally wrapped robes and may include several layers. How did formal hanfu garments differ for ordinary citizens, government officials, and royalty? More… Discuss
Wear our Han cloth, recover our true Chinese culture – Han culture.
This video explained in the modern time, Chinese young people remembered their own cultures, this culture is original Chinese culture, and it has been forgotten by Chinese for more than 300 years after the Mancu Qing Dynasty. (Manchu Qing Dynasty is not Chinese)
In Qing Dynasty Manchu forbit Chinese to wear their own cloth – Han cloth.
Called 剃发易服,不从者斩.—- “Chang your cloth and cut your hair, otherwise kill them “
Now, in our generation, we find back our tradition dress — Hanfu, and Han-Tang cultures.