Monthly Archives: February 2018

Today’s Holiday: Marshall Islands Memorial and Nuclear Victims Day


Today’s Holiday:
Marshall Islands Memorial and Nuclear Victims Day

In 1954, the United States detonated Bravo, the most powerful hydrogen bomb ever tested by the United States, on Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands. Many of the people exposed to the fallout radiation began to experience nausea, vomiting, and itching skin and eyes. Those who were most heavily exposed suffered skin burns and later hair loss. On Memorial and Nuclear Victims Day, Marshallese people from the four atolls that were affected by the bomb and fallout gather to pray and commemorate those who were killed during the bomb testing. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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Today’s Birthday: Marcus Valerius Martialis, AKA Martial (c. 38 CE)


Today’s Birthday:
Marcus Valerius Martialis, AKA Martial (c. 38 CE)

Born in what is now Spain, Martial went as a young man to Rome, where he associated with prominent figures and won fame for his wit and poetry. He is renowned for his 12 books of epigrams—short, pithy sayings, often with a satiric or paradoxical twist. Pointed and often obscene, the poems provide a picture of Roman society during the early empire that is remarkable for its accurate portrayal of human foibles. In one verse, he accuses a man of burning down his own house for what reason? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History: Peace Corps Established (1961)


This Day in History:
Peace Corps Established (1961)

In his inaugural address, US President John F. Kennedy famously tasked Americans to “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” Months later, he gave them the opportunity. Kennedy created the Peace Corps to promote diplomacy and counter foreign stereotypes of Americans by sending skilled volunteers to serve abroad, and since 1961, more than 200,000 people have served in nearly 140 countries. What postcard sparked a controversy in the program’s first year? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Quote of the Day: Ambrose Bierce


Quote of the Day:
Ambrose Bierce

The male of the human race is commonly known (to the female) as Mere Man. The genus has two varieties: good providers and bad providers. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the Day: Prairie Dogs


Article of the Day:
Prairie Dogs

Named for their habitat and warning call, which sounds similar to a dog’s bark, prairie dogs are short-tailed, ground-living rodents native to the grasslands of North America. The highly social animals live in large colonies that can span hundreds of acres. Cone-shaped mounds surround the entrances to their burrows, keeping rainwater out and serving as lookout posts. Why has the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention banned the sale, trade, and transport of prairie dogs within the US? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Idiom of the Day: be made of sterner stuff


Idiom of the Day:
be made of sterner stuff

To be very strong, determined, or of uncompromising character, especially in comparison to others. Watch the video…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Word of the Day: triviality


Word of the Day:
triviality

Definition: (noun) Something of small importance.
Synonyms: small beer, trivia, trifle
Usage: He accused me of making a great fuss about trivialities.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

My birds on the wire today


My birds on the wire today

My birds on the wire today

My Duck today


My Duck today

My Duck today

The sound of everliving love – SoundCloud


Listen to The sound of everliving love by georgebost #np on #SoundCloud

MARIA TĂNASE – CÂNTEC DE NUNTĂ DIN FĂGĂRAŞ Iese muma miresii, In mijlocul curtii, Și se roagă Soarelui: Ține soare ziua mare C-am o fată călătoare, Peste munți, la alte curți, La părinți necunoscuți, La surori fără durori, Și la frați ne întreb – SoundCloud


Listen to MARIA TĂNASE – CÂNTEC DE NUNTĂ DIN FĂGĂRAŞ Iese muma miresii, In mijlocul curtii, Și se roagă Soarelui: Ține soare ziua mare C-am o fată călătoare, Peste munți, la alte curți, La părinți necunoscuți, La surori fără durori, Și la frați ne întreb by georgebost #np on #SoundCloud

Dark night in the bamboo patch engraving


Dark night in the bamboo patch engraving

Dark night in the bamboo patch engraving

Le corbeau et le renard engraving


Le corbeau et le renard engraving

Le corbeau et le renard engraving

Watch “Flashdance – What A Feeling (S.Martin Remix 2015)” on YouTube


Flashdance…What A Feeling
LYRICS
First when there’s nothing
But a slow glowing dream
That your fear seems to hide
Deep inside your mind
All alone I have cried
Silent tears full of pride
In a world made of steel
Made of stone
Well, I hear the music
Close my eyes, feel the rhythm
Wrap around
Take a hold of my heart
What a feeling
Bein’s believin’
I can have it all
Now I’m dancing for my life
Take your passion
And make it happen
Pictures come alive
You can dance right through your life
Now I hear the music
Close my eyes, I am rhythm
In a flash
It takes hold of my heart
What a feeling
Bein’s believin’
I can have it all
Now I’m dancing for my life
Take your passion
And make it happen
Pictures come alive
You can dance right through your life
What a feeling
What a feeling
(I am music now)
Bein’s believin’
(I am rhythm now)
Pictures come alive
You can dance right through your life
What a feeling
(I can really have it all)
What a feeling
(Pictures come alive when I call)
I can have it all
(I can really have it all)
Have it all
(Pictures come alive when I call)
(Call, call, call, call)
I can have it all
(Bein’s believin’)
Bein’s believin’
(Take your passion)
Make it happen
(What a feeling)
What a feeling
(Bein’s believin’)
Happen
(Take your passion)
Songwriters: Irene Cara / Keith Forsey / Giorgio Moroder / Shinichi Osawa
Flashdance…What A Feeling lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

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Watch “REM – Everybody Hurts Lyrics” on YouTube



Everybody Hurts
R.E.M.
LYRICS
When your day is long
And the night
The night is yours alone
When you’re sure you’ve had enough
Of this life
Well hang on
Don’t let yourself go
‘Cause everybody cries
And everybody hurts sometimes
Sometimes everything is wrong
Now it’s time to sing along
When your day is night alone (hold on)
(Hold on) if you feel like letting go (hold on)
If you think you’ve had too much
Of this life
Well, hang on
‘Cause everybody hurts
Take comfort in your friends
Everybody hurts
Don’t throw your hand
Oh, no
Don’t throw your hand
If you feel like you’re alone
No, no, no, you’re not alone
If you’re on your own
In this life
The days and nights are long
When you think you’ve had too much
Of this life
To hang on
Well, everybody hurts sometimes
Everybody cries
And everybody hurts sometimes
And everybody hurts sometimes
So, hold on, hold on
Hold on, hold on
Hold on, hold on
Hold on, hold on
Everybody hurts
You are not alone

Songwriters: Bill Berry / Michael Stipe / Peter Buck / Michael Mills
Everybody Hurts lyrics

© Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Universal Music Publishing Group

Watch “Kate Bush – Moving” on YouTube


LYRICS
Moving stranger does it really matter?
As long as you’re not afraid to feel
Touch me, hold me, how my open arms ache
Try to fall for me

How I’m moved, how you move me
With your beauty’s potency
You give me life, please don’t let me go
You crush the lily in my soul

Moving liquid, yes, you are just as water
You flow around all that comes in your way
Don’t think it over, it always takes you over
And sets your spirit dancing

How I’m moved, how you move me
With your beauty’s potency
You give me life, please don’t let me go (please don’t let me go)
You give me life, please don’t let me go (please don’t let me go)
Oh, you give me life, please don’t let me go
You crush the lily in my soul
Soul

Songwriters: Kate Bush

Moving lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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My pot with flowers today


My pot with flowers today

My pot with flowers today

My Duck today


My Duck today

My Duck today

Spune “NU!” Corupților si Corupției


Spune

Spune “NU!” Corupților si Corupției

Spune “NU!” Corupților si Corupției

Mountain Bluebird (Brenda Kurttu of Naples, Idaho)


Mountain Bluebird.

Mountain Bluebird.(Brenda Kurttu of Naples, Idaho)

Photo of the day! Brenda Kerttu of Naples, Idaho says of this photo, “Anyone who knew my Grandma Bernice knew she loved birds and that her favorite was the mountain bluebird. When I was a kid, we would go check nest boxes to make sure they were clean and ready for new bluebird families. Now, years later, I think of my grandma every time I see a mountain bluebird, especially in spring.”

LUPTAM, LUPTAM, LUPTAM SA BAGAM TOTI PENALI DIN PSD LA PUSCARIE .


LUPTAM, LUPTAM, LUPTAM   SA BAGAM TOTI PENALI DIN PSD LA PUSCARIE .

LUPTAM, LUPTAM, LUPTAM SA BAGAM TOTI PENALI DIN PSD LA PUSCARIE .

Via euronews: Italy’s migrant crisis fuels election campaign


Via euronews: Italy’s migrant crisis fuels election campaign

http://www.euronews.com/2018/02/27/italys-migrant-crisis-fuels-election-campaign

Italy holds a general election this weekend. Key campaign issues have included the economy and jobs; however, the most heated debate has revolved around migration

In this edition of Insiders our reporter Claudio Lavanga travels across Italy speaking with voters, campaigners and activists about migration. Italy has borne the brunt of the migrant crisis, and — because of its proximity to the North African coast — has taken in the largest share of migrants compared to other European countries. The resultant humanitarian crisis has been used by some parties, particularly those right-of-centre, to blame the country’s tattered economy and alleged growing crime rate on migrants.

The leader of Italy’s nationalist Brothers of Italy party pointed out that migration is going in both directions and spoke of a brain-drain of Italian graduates as well as an influx of “illegal immigrants.” But our reporter also caught up with civil society activists that are trying to help migrants find a home in Italy. A group of guerrilla artists were keen to draw attention to the plight of migrants, who embark on risky journeys during which, as one migrant put it, you can die at any time. Meanwhile in Castel Volturno, near Naples, NGOs are helping migrants, mostly for Sub-Saharan Africa, get access to health services and their children better integrate.

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Jessica Jones: the timely return of a feminist superhero | Culture | The Guardian


https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2018/feb/24/jessica-jones-mind-control-and-redemption-the-timely-return-of-a-feminist-superhero

The Guardian

Jessica Jones: mind control and redemption – the timely return of a feminist superhero

As a detective traumatised by loss and abuse, the Marvel superhero remodels the victim narrative in a post-Time’s Up climate

Trouble in mind… Krysten Ritter aka Jessica Jones with David Tennant as Kilgrave

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When she first became Marvel’s Jessica Jones for Netflix in 2015, Krysten Ritter had layers of resonance and magnetism. The actor, whose undignified exit from Breaking Bad had left a world jonesing for her, is quite the performer; not an ounce of sentimentality or shop-bought softness. In her role as superhero Jones, she is the private detective with all the flaws one should have: broken office door-glass; a whisky habit conceived by someone with absolutely no experience of trying to drink throughout the working day; a crummy, shoestring lifestyle despite constantly being handed fists of money; and a deadly enemy in the shape of malevolent mind controller Kilgrave (David Tennant).

Jones has superpowers; quite poorly defined ones that mainly involve throwing people, although she often falls, in a Buzz Lightyear fashion (“That wasn’t flying, that was falling with style”). Emotionally, she is held in suspended animation by her PTSD, which was triggered by a series of harrowing events contributing to her traumatic backstory. She is caught in the eye of a three-way storm: the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of Kilgrave; the car crash that killed her entire family; and the institutional violence that somehow bestowed superpowers upon her while she was in a coma (“horrific” experiments took place on Jones, the nature of which are still opaque, but hospital doors give her the most awful flashbacks). Kilgrave’s abuse (she was his sex slave) left her with more than ambient trauma; it hollowed out her belief in her own power as a force for good. In Jessica Jones, the past never passes, just crashes back into the present, in flashbacks, in parallel cases she undertakes to investigate, and now – in the second series – in the queasy expectation of the victim, that she be the town crier of her own experience, for the prevention of future crimes.

The second season also arrives post #MeToo, like an answer to questions that were unvoiced when it first came out. What does sexual assault mean, and what does it do? Why does it leave the wrong person ashamed and everybody silent? A bit of quickfire dialogue – “I don’t take ‘no’ for an answer,” says a new villain who wants to take over her business; “How rapey,” Jones replies – marks out the new terrain, where the things that have always been said crash headlong into the things that are never said. Yet – never mind even the chronology of the filming – this is no opportunistic female-empowerment yarn. “It’s a coincidence, that it comes out just as we’re all talking about abuse,” Ritter tells me over the phone. “Me Too was only a couple of months ago, we were already done shooting by then. I think what the movement has done, it’s made women so reactive and so emotional. You read the stories and you do an inventory of your own life. So everyone has been triggered or poked at. Which I think is awesome. It’s a crazy coincidence because that’s what our show does as well.”

The show is ensconced in a noir atmosphere – a feeling prompted by the sense Jessica Jones is so close to the hero that nearly but never was: she is the female Humphrey Bogart. The hard-boiled subgenre of noir was getting very near gender parity, with Nick and Nora Charles in The Thin Man, a man and a woman as wise-cracking and hard-drinking as one another. But then the 1950s happened and the moment passed. Scroll forward 65 years and, even post-Wonder Woman, female physical strength and mental verve have the vividness of the unfamiliar. Yet there is one trope more unusual still: the strong victim. As a dramatic construct, the victim functions as a frame and counterpoint to the hero. But in the case of Jessica Jones she is both victim and hero. Despite the fact we repeatedly see examples of Jones’s weakness against Kilgrave and a backstory that reveals rape and forced murder, she is not the damsel in distress but the knight.

Photograph: David Giesbrecht/Netflix
It is well-known Jessica Jones lore that the production team is predominantly female. One exec, Liz Friedman, wrote A Feminist and Class-Based Analysis of Slasher Films for her graduate thesis. “It is a very supportive environment,” says Ritter. “There’s no ego, there’s no infighting, which is important, because I can go into darker places if I feel safe to be vulnerable.”

In this environment the show remodels the victim narrative, and asks the question: how do we define what rape is? Last season, in a psychedelic amplification of a courtroom cross-questioning (“Yet the complainant had previously had dinner with the accused, your honour …”), Kilgrave and Jones had a showdown over what mind-control meant. “We used to do a lot more than just touch hands,” he says. “Yeah. It’s called rape,” she replies. “Which part of staying in five-star hotels, eating at all the best places, doing whatever the hell you wanted, is rape?” he persists. “The part where I didn’t want to do any of it! Not only did you physically rape me, but you violated every cell in my body and every thought in my goddamn head.” A realm where mind control exists can crack open a conversation about violation in terms where the subtle doesn’t undermine the literal, where the spirit is as real as the flesh. Even at the level of the premise, the show made a statement about rape that is fundamental, seldom made and hard to render more boldly than with a superhero. Serious voices on the subject often cite the muting effect that violation has on women, stretching past the event so that their power is quelled for years afterwards. Nobody violent needs an academic to tell them this, which is why rape is such a timeless and prevalent war crime. But the world at large probably needs to be told, and what could be plainer than a woman with superpowers literally eschewing their full potential and going freelance to get away from her trauma?

“Real women on the street came up to me in tears because this was the first time they felt represented by the lead; it made them feel so much better about their own traumas,” Ritter says. “Even hearing women saying they were excited to see a badass female character was great: people responded to her in such a huge way.”

Having covered so much ground, in its second season the show winkles into the knottier areas of the feminist dilemma. Jessica Jones always had a scratchy relationship with her sometime employer Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss) and in the second season, Hogarth has gone full Sheryl Sandberg but distills no feminist ideal. Her feminism stretches no further than the coincidence of wanting what she wants, while simultaneously being female. Indeed, without wanting to give anything away, she is the opposite of sisterly, operating to a rule book that more or less demands she make an enemy of anyone whom she cannot use instrumentally. It is another interesting route, into a conversation that is so murky it’s generally easier not to have: is the cooperative more feminist than the competitive? To Jessica Jones, those external struggles are ancillary to the question of her PTSD – whether or not she has a responsibility to open the door further to the traumas of her past, or whether doing so will make concrete what she suspects: that she has been brutalised by her past and become a monster that only wilful ignorance will contain.

Photograph: David Giesbrecht/Netflix
It is a rarely discussed element of the trauma story: part of silence is that to say anything makes you inherently implausible, yet once you are believed you have a responsibility to yourself and the world to delve as deeply as possible, speak as much as possible. It’s the Rose McGowan bind: an ounce of bravery is never enough. You have to have all the bravery in the world, and then it turns out that you’ve said too much. Here the Humphrey Bogart reticence works beautifully, catching all her avoidance in a caustic self-awareness, while underscoring the harsh truth that post-traumatic stress, like depression, is subject to endless scrutiny about its legitimacy, yet costs the sufferer so much more to explore than it does the casual observer who demands its exploration. There are so many capital-I issues here that it’s amazing it still functions as drama, but it does. You know … Krysten Ritter … being able to throw people, and also kind-of fly.

Jessica Jones returns to Netflix on 8 March

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Via euronews: Nine states censured by EU over illegally high air pollution levels


Via euronews: Nine states censured by EU over illegally high air pollution levels

http://www.euronews.com/2018/02/12/nine-states-censured-by-eu-over-illegally-high-air-pollution-levels

The Czech Republic is one of nine EU states summoned to Brussels recently to explain what they’re doing about illegally high pollution levels.

Officials from the nine, including Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and the UK, were censured at an air quality ministerial summit on 30 January.

They were warned that if they don’t lower their levels they’ll be referred to the European Court of Justice – and cases against Bulgaria and Poland have already commenced.

EU air quality limits are currently breached in 130 cities in 23 EU countries and every year, more than 400,000 Europeans die prematurely from air pollution.

Via euronews: Major cities in Germany can ban heavily-polluting diesel cars, a top German court rules


Via euronews: Major cities in Germany can ban heavily-polluting diesel cars, a top German court rules

http://www.euronews.com/2018/02/27/german-court-may-ban-diesel-in-cities-in-potentially-game-changing-ruling

Big cities in Germany have been given the green light to ban heavily-polluting diesel cars.

The country’s highest federal administrative court made the ruling on Tuesday morning, likely to be a major blow to Europe’s largest car market.

The decision comes after German states had appealed against bans imposed by local courts in Stuttgart and Duesseldorf.

Those cases were brought by environmentalists concerned about poor air quality..

There has been a global backlash against diesel-engine cars since Volkswagen admitted in 2015 to cheating U.S. exhaust tests, meant to limit emissions of particulate matter and nitrogen oxide (NOx), known to cause respiratory disease.

While other countries are also considering restrictions on diesel cars, a ban in the birthplace of the modern automobile is a new blow for the car industry, and an embarrassment for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government, which opposes bans.

Merkel’s government, which has come under fire for its close ties to the car industry, had lobbied against a ban, fearing it could anger millions of drivers and disrupt traffic in cities, with public transport not in a position to take up the slack.

Ugo Taddei, a clean air lawyer at NGO ClientEarth, said: “The win is a tremendous result for people’s health in Germany and may have an impact even further afield.

“This ruling gives long-awaited legal clarity that diesel restrictions are legally permissible and will unavoidably start a domino effect across the country, with implications for our other legal cases.

“Putting traffic restrictions on the most polluting vehicles is the quickest and most effective way to protect people from harmful air pollution.”

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Today’s Holiday: Kuwait Liberation Day


Today’s Holiday:
Kuwait Liberation Day

After Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s troops invaded Kuwait on August 2, 1990, several countries in the United Nations formed a military coalition—including troops and equipment from the U.S., France, and Britain—to force them out. Operation Desert Storm began on January 17, 1991, and, for five weeks, U.S. and British air forces relentlessly bombed Baghdad. This was followed by four days of a ground war, which resulted in Hussein’s troops leaving Kuwait. February 26 is a national holiday in Kuwait celebrating the end of Iraq’s military presence in Kuwait. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Today’s Birthday: John Harvey Kellogg (1852)


Today’s Birthday:
John Harvey Kellogg (1852)

Remembered today as the co-creator of corn flakes, Kellogg was a physician and food reformer. He founded a sanitarium in Battle Creek, Michigan, based on the principles of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in conjunction with his own eccentric ideas about health. He and his brother invented a flaked breakfast cereal for patients, but a feud developed between the two over flake recipes and business rights. At the end of his life, he sent his brother an apology, but it was not received in time—why? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History: The Buffalo Creek Flood (1972)


This Day in History:
The Buffalo Creek Flood (1972)

More than 100 people were killed and thousands more left injured or homeless when a dam in West Virginia’s rural Buffalo Creek Valley gave way. It had been built out of sediment left over from coal mining and collapsed after a heavy rainfall, sweeping away two more dams in its path. The collapse unleashed approximately 130 million gallons of black waste water onto the residents of the valley below. A study done 17 years later found that residents still suffered what lasting psychological effect? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Quote of the Day: Anna Sewell


Quote of the Day:
Anna Sewell

Cruelty was the devil’s own trade-mark, and if we saw any one who took pleasure in cruelty we might know who he belonged to … On the other hand, where we saw people who loved their neighbors, and were kind to man and beast, we might know that was God’s mark. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the Day: The Schmidt Sting Pain Index


Article of the Day:
The Schmidt Sting Pain Index

The Schmidt Sting Pain Index is a scale that rates the relative pain caused by the stings of nearly 80 species of insects in the Hymenoptera order, which includes wasps, bees, and ants. It is mainly the work of entomologist Justin O. Schmidt, who spent years subjecting himself to the stings, ranking them, and describing some of the experiences in colorful detail. Which insect’s sting was described as producing “trembling in the form of a totally uncontrollable urge to shake the affected part”? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Idiom of the Day: lust for power


Idiom of the Day:
lust for power

Intense, insatiable desire to attain power and control. Watch the video…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Word of the Day: skeptic


Word of the Day:
skeptic

Definition: (noun) Someone who habitually doubts accepted beliefs.
Synonyms: doubter
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Eliberatorii ne-au ucis străbunii – peste 1 milion și jumătate de basarabeni uciși de ruși – 10TV


http://10tv.md/2017/08/12/eliberatorii-ne-au-ucis-strabunii-peste-1-milion-si-jumatate-de-basarabeni-ucisi-de-rusi/

luni, februarie 26, 2018
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Istorie Stiri
Eliberatorii ne-au ucis străbunii – peste 1 milion și jumătate de basarabeni uciși de ruși
12 august 2017 3 comentarii
Am observat că majoritatea veteranilor bălțeni sunt de origine rusă sau ucraineană.

E straniu, pentru că Basarabia de până la anexarea de către URSS a fost în majoritate românească. În Județul Bălți de exemplu, actualmente una din cele mai rusificare regiuni din R. Moldova, în 1930 românii constituiau 70,1 % din populație [Detalii AICI]. Iar după ocuparea acestui teritoriu de către bolșevici, basarabenii au fost înrolați în armata roșie, deci au luptat cot la cot cu cei din URSS. Și totuși, nume de familie românești în lista veteranilor din Bălți sunt rarități. Lista AICI

Explicația e simplă. Majoritatea românilor basarabeni au fost nimiciți în timpul ocupație sovietice, iar cei care se numesc astăzi „eliberatori” sunt venetici din stepele rusești, aduși aici prin politica de deznaționalizare și colonizare a Basarabiei.

Potrivit recensământului din 1930, în Basarabia locuiau 2 846 402 de oameni, dintre care o bună parte reprezentau ucraineni, ruși și evrei. Și doar în intervalul 1940-1941, sovieticii au nimicit aproximativ 13% din populație. Populația orașului nostru de exemplu, a scăzut de la 31 mii în 1930 la 18 mii în 1941.

În continuare, vedeți pierderile umane suferite de Basarabia sub ocupația sovietică, prezentate de site-ul memorialromanesc.org

A. PIERDERI UMANE ALE BASARABIEI SUB OCUPAȚIA SOVIETICĂ
I. PRIMA OCUPAȚIE SOVIETICĂ 28 Iunie 1940 – 22 Iunie 1941

În mai puțin de un an, peste 300 000 de persoane au fost arestate, deportate, ucise, aceasta reprezentând 12.23% din populația Basarabiei interbelice.

  1. Arestări: – 48 000 de persoane:
    · Oameni politici care militaseră pentru Unire, învinuiți de trădare, dintre care:
    · 5 foști deputați din Sfatul Țării (Ion Codreanu, Leancă, Secară, Catelli)
    · 1 fost senator
    · Funcționari civili și militari – transferați la Tiraspol pentru siguranță
    · 40 elevi ai Institutului Pedagogic Orhei
  2. Deportări – aproape 300 000 (în Nordul înghețat)
    · 135 000 de persoane până în septembrie 1940
    · 19 200 de persoane între octombrie-noiembrie 1940
    · 27 000 de persoane în decembrie 1940
    · 100 000 de persoane începând cu 13-14 Iunie 1941

  3. Uciși – 30 000 prin împușcare sau tortură

· Orchestra Simfonică a Basarabiei este ridicată pe 3 iulie 1940 din Gara Chișinău la întoarcerea din turneu, dusă lângă Orhei și împușcată în Valea Morii.
· 1 000 de persoane (copii, femei, adulți) – lângă Odesa împușcate prin pereții de lemn ai unui tren de marfă cu 22 de vagoane care-i transporta în Siberia.
· 450 de persoane – găsite (multe mutilate) în gropile de la Consulatul Italian, Palatul Metropolitan, Facultatea de Teologie din Chișinău. Printre ei studenți, elevi, preoți, ceferiști.
· 87 de persoane – Sediul NKVD, Chișinău (15 cu mâinile legate în groapa comună)
· 19 persoane – găsite la Sediul NKVD-Cetatea Albă
· 6 persoane – Sediul NKVD, Ismail (5 bărbați și o femeie cu mâinile legate)

  1. TOTAL pierderi umane în prima ocupație sovietică
    · Deportări: 300 000
    · Uciși: 30 000
    · TOTAL: 330 000

II. A DOUA OCUPAȚIE SOVIETICĂ – 23 August 1944

  1. Deportări
    · 250 000 de persoane între 1944-1948
    · 11 324 de familii 6 iulie 1949
    · 300 000 de persoane între 1954-1964 (în Rusia și Kazahstan)
  • Morți prin înfometarea provocată de Stalin
    · 300 000 de persoane

  • TOTAL pierderi umane în a doua ocupație sovietică
    · Deportați: 875 000
    · Morți: 300 000
    · TOTAL: 1 175 000

  • III. TOTAL PIERDERI UMANE ÎN CELE DOUĂ OCUPAȚII SOVIETICE
    · 330 000 – Prima ocupație sovietică
    · 1 175 000 – A doua ocupație sovietică
    · 1 505 000 basarabeni și 19 477 bucovineni – TOTAL PIERDERI ROMÂNEȘTI

    B. PIERDERILE TERITORIALE ALE PROVINCIEI BASARABIA
    Județele Hotin (Nord), Ismail și Cetatea Albă (Sud) sunt încorporate Ucrainei la 2 august 1940.

    C. PIERDERILE ARMATEI REGALE ROMÂNE ÎN BASARABIA DUPĂ CAPITULARE

    1. Deportări
      · 180 000 de soldați și ofițeri (doar câteva mii s-au întors)
  • Executați prin împușcare în lagăr (Katîn românesc)
    · 50 000 de soldați și ofițeri (schelete descoperite în mlaștinile de la Bălți).

  • Sursa: smbalti.com

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    3 comentarii la „Eliberatorii ne-au ucis străbunii – peste 1 milion și jumătate de basarabeni uciși de ruși”

    aculina
    12 august 2017 la 14:46
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    Iata ca inca odata se poate afirma ca multi locuitori ai acestui pamint tin minte cum ii batea pe bunei jandarmii romani , dar au uitat ca rusii iau ucis pe acei buneii

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    Raut
    13 august 2017 la 12:16
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    – Bre, moldovene, iti plac rusii?
    – Da, mult.
    – Dar romanii?
    – Nu.
    – De ce?
    – Pentru ca l-au batut pe tata cu rigla la scoala’n 37.
    – Si ce face tatal tau acum?
    – Ehe, l-au impuscat rusii in ‘40.

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    bugeac valentin
    12 august 2017 la 21:06
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    Materialul ar trebui trimis ZILNIC lui Dodon si tuturor acolitilor si sustinatorilor sai,pentru ca tinerii sa afle adevarul ! In presa libera ar trebui publicate cifrele ZILNIC,spre aducere aminte ! Catre oficialitatile europene si ale S U A ar trebui trimise in mod repetat ,pentru a cunoaste mai bine adevarata istorie a Basarabiei ! Un gand pios catre toate victimele acelei terori !

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