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Posted 24 May 2007 - 07:41 PM

Originally posted by pacific
B]Colonial people.

USA or Spain? this is the question.
What is the difference they make?
Where is the difference?

Colonization or to be Colony? this is the question.
The big Dilemma.

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Nope. Cuba is diffrence.! Embargo on Cuba. !:clap: :clap: :clap:
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Posted 24 May 2007 - 09:33 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by pacific
Colonial people.

USA or Spain? this is the question.
What is the difference they make?
Where is the difference?

Colonize or to be Colony? this is the question.
The big Dilemma.

The fear to become colony makes the people colonialist, colonists/settlers.

But the new earth is full of indigenous people and of strangers settlers.

To remain or to go? this is the Question, the big Dilemma, the Conundrum.

We haven't heaven. We haven't waters. We have a lot of earth to bury and mourn ourselves.



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Not Cuba but the people is the difference.

The difference is the people.
The destiny is in the hand of the people.

We can only look to the events and record what happens in Cuba.
The actor is the people everywhere in the world.
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Posted 25 May 2007 - 02:24 PM

Originally posted by pacific
B][/B]

Not Cuba but the people is the difference.

The difference is the people.
The destiny is in the hand of the people.

We can only look to the events and record what happens in Cuba.
The actor is the people everywhere in the world. B]



Destiny, fate, . future of nation maybe depends from people if they are communists.
Different situation is in capitalist and the democracy.
In democracy everything depends from individual who steal people power by supplying the false election promises.
Example of prezident Kaczynski in Poland agrees on anti missile defense although 71 % 0f Polish society is against it. :mad:
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Posted 26 May 2007 - 03:00 PM

U.S. military fails to engage target in new anti-missile test



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Posted 27 May 2007 - 11:48 PM

When Napoleon went on Moscow, its defender was Aleksandra, Count Suvorov the
Russian army commander,
who led the first the army in the Russo-Turkish War and was created a count.
He commanded a Russo-Austrian force in Italy in 1799 and captured Milan, expelling most of the French army from Italy. Ordered to relieve a Russian force in Switzerland, he marched across the Alps; surrounded by a larger French force, he succeeded in breaking out and, repulsing the pursuing French and left Moscow undefended to Napoleon.
It gave the Suvorov victory.
Russia don
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Posted 28 May 2007 - 03:12 PM

Americans tells Iran to stop backing Iraq militias,
Why Americans backing Albanians?:wonder:
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Posted 28 May 2007 - 04:51 PM

Cannes Was All About Death, or Maybe Grandmothers; Money Anyway

``what was it all about?'' Was there a dominant theme to this year's Cannes Film Festival? Did anything unite a slate of films that differed wildly in language, intent and quality?

Judging by the prize winners, death, grieving and family breakdown have been to the fore. The winners of almost all the major prizes featured a storyline including one or more of the above. Only ``Persepolis'' by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud, joint winner of the Jury Prize, mixed humor with tragedy.

Although I suppose Best Director winner Julian Schnabel's ``Le Scaphandre et le Papillon,'' about a completely paralyzed man who writes a book, may be seen as uplifting. There are so many ways to carry out this exercise that it's possible to find whatever theme you want.

The wisdom of grandmothers? ``Persepolis,'' ``Alexandra'' and ``Une Vieille Maitresse'' offer that in spades. How about films bent on provoking governments? Michael Moore was characteristically out to get Washington in ``Sicko,'' Satrapi tried hard to play down the irate Iranian response to ``Persepolis'' and the late-arriving documentary ``Rebellion: The Litvinenko Case'' is bound to cause consternation in the Kremlin.

The conflict in Chechnya was prominent in the Litvinenko documentary and ``Alexandra,'' and pole- and lap-dancing featured in too many films to mention.

Pet's Tongue

You could even consider as a theme ``things that actress Asia Argento is prepared to put in her mouth.'' In ``Une Vieille Maitresse,'' it's the blood of her lover-to-be, injured after a duel. In Abel Ferrara's ``Go Go Tales,'' it's her pet Rottweiler's tongue. I didn't get to see ``Boarding Gate,'' the third film she was in at Cannes, but I suspect she must nibble a peanut or something.

Ferrara's ``Go Go Tales,'' a special presentation out of competition, rivaled Harmony Korine's ``Mr. Lonely'' (in the Un Certain Regard section of more independent films) for the wildest casting. Korine had German art-house director Werner Herzog as a priest, alongside James Fox as the Pope and 1960s ingenue Anita Pallenberg as Queen Elizabeth II.

Ferrara cast Pallenberg as an aging night-club hostess, Willem Dafoe as the singing club manager and veteran U.K. character actor Roy Dotrice as his Irish accountant sidekick.

Modine Sings

``Go Go Tales'' is pretty good. It's a weird, yet original tale of a seedy lap-dancing club in Manhattan that faces closure if Dafoe and Dotrice can't pull off a lottery-ticket scam that will pay off the building's owner before she sells the site to be developed into a department store. Argento's unusual routine with her big dog is oddball enough, though it's Matthew Modine's singing act with his lap dog in the staff talent show that out- weirds the rest.

The film is Ferrara's love song to the American dream -- a paean to the little guy who pulls off the big one after never giving up. The much-talked-about ``Death Proof,'' by Quentin Tarantino, is also a love song to America, only it looks at the trashier side.

``Death Proof'' isn't as bad as some say it is, and not as good as others would have it. The film portrays a deranged stuntman, played by Kurt Russell, who uses his reinforced car to murder a quartet of women he met in a bar. He tries the same trick again. Only this time, two of the trio of women in the car are also stunt performers, and they gain bloody revenge.

Alien Power

European movie fans haven't seen ``Grindhouse,'' the double feature from which ``Death Proof'' was extracted and lengthened. Tarantino has said that he and Robert Rodriguez cut back their two films ``beyond the bone'' to keep the ``Grindhouse'' running time down. Watching the over-long ``Death Proof'' after research into what has been added (it now runs over two hours), my best guess is that the original time of around 90 minutes would have been the way to go.

Cristian Nemescu's ``California Dreamin','' which took the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section, also deals with America, though this time as an alien power. The U.S. is both repellent and attractive to the villagers in a small Romanian town where a train carrying NATO equipment to the peacekeeping forces in the former Yugoslavia is waylaid by a corrupt and hostile station master.


Cannes, at id.millar@virgin.net .
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Posted 29 May 2007 - 06:05 PM

Bush Announces New Sanctions Against Sudan Amid Darfur Crisis
President Bush ordered new U.S. economic sanctions Tuesday to pressure Sudan's government to halt the bloodshed in Darfur that the administration has condemned as genocide.

"I promise this to the people of Darfur: the United States will not avert our eyes from a crisis that challenges the conscience of the world," the president said.

The sanctions target government-run companies involved in Sudan's oil industry, and three individuals, including a rebel leader suspected of being involved in the violence in Darfur
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Posted 29 May 2007 - 06:13 PM

May Is Deadliest Month of Year For U.S. Military in Iraq
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Eight American soldiers were killed in roadside bombings and a helicopter crash in Diyala province north of Baghdad, the U.S. military reported Tuesday, making May the deadliest month of the year for U.S. troops in Iraq.

In other violence, five Britons were kidnapped Tuesday from an Iraqi Finance Ministry office in Baghdad,
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Posted 29 May 2007 - 06:57 PM

Brazilian Breast Implant Bargains Entice Americans, Europeans

- Brazil's Ivo Pitanguy is one of plastic surgery's founding fathers. The surgeon, 80, has performed face- lifts, breast enhancements and other operations on thousands of patients. He has taught more than 600 cosmetic surgeons, who are practicing in at least 43 countries, and is the inventor of procedures reproduced around the globe, including techniques for minimizing scarring, and the ``
Brazilian butt-lift,'' in which flesh is added to a patient's behind to make it rounder.

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 02:48 PM

What health-care issue should policy makers make their top priority?


Gaps in government programs for seniors and the poor High number of workers lacking insurance Rising costs of drugs Rising costs of services Something else

142 votes (10%)
465 votes (33%)
78 votes (6%)
330 vote s (24%)
368 votes 27%)
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Posted 30 May 2007 - 07:53 PM

Retired walk along the Promenade of the long Seaside
The Sun frames the Time
The Shadow refreshes it.
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Posted 30 May 2007 - 08:50 PM

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Posted 31 May 2007 - 01:40 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Brazilian Breast Implant Bargains Entice Americans, Europeans

- Brazil's Ivo Pitanguy is one of plastic surgery's founding fathers. The surgeon, 80, has performed face- lifts, breast enhancements and other operations on thousands of patients. He has taught more than 600 cosmetic surgeons, who are practicing in at least 43 countries, and is the inventor of procedures reproduced around the globe, including techniques for minimizing scarring, and the ``
Brazilian butt-lift,'' in which flesh is added to a patient's behind to make it rounder.

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VICTIM WAS BRITISH SPY
Andrei Lugovoi, whom British authorities want to put on trial for the 2006 poisoning death of Aleksandr Litvinenko, said at a televised Moscow press conference on May 31 that Litvinenko was a British spy and that his death occurred under the "control" of British special services,
Lugovoi said that he has evidence to support his claim, but did not elaborate.
He also accused self-exiled Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky of working for Britain's MI6 intelligence agency. Lugovoi said he himself was "recruited" by London to provide intelligence on Russian President Putin and his family.
He reiterated that he was not involved in Litvinenko's murder with the lethal polonium-210 isotope, adding that traces of the substance linking him to the murder were deliberately planted to incriminate him.
Lugovoi argued that Litvinenko was murdered either by Berezovsky, the Russian mafia, or by MI6.:wonder:
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Posted 31 May 2007 - 01:57 PM

Originally posted by pacific
B]
The Sun frames the Time
The Shadow refreshes it.B]


RUSSIA, U.S. 'DIAMETRICALLY' OPPOSED ON KOSOVA
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov indicated on May 30 that Russia and the United States are no closer to an agreement on the future of Kosova, and he appeared to increase the chances that Russia will exercise its veto in the UN Security Council.
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The United States originally hoped the UN Security Council would vote in May on a proposal for the UN-administered region, but after meeting U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on May 30, Lavrov told journalists that "our positions are diametrically opposed and I don't see any chances of the positions moving any closer together." Lavrov said he hopes a veto "will not be necessary," but said, "I cannot imagine a situation where the Security Council would adopt a resolution that would be unacceptable to either of the parties. There will be no such situation." . "The fate of Serbia, the fate of Kosovo, should not be decided in New York.
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Posted 01 June 2007 - 03:03 PM

Reform or France decline ?
Can one show that he is the president is at the wheel and support George W. Bush? ,

Sarkozy seems intent on making France matter again. He to push for agreements with George W. Bush and Tony Blair..

The new president promised to ban ``golden parachutes'' in the next two months and loosen the 35-hour work-week rules by August. He gave unions until September to agree on a minimum transport service levels during strikes and set a year-end deadline to introduce quicker procedures for companies to fire unneeded staff.
``Sarkozy is hated by a lot of the left, so if I had to make a prediction, I'd predict some violence.''
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Posted 01 June 2007 - 07:05 PM

Mistrust all who talk much of their justice.
Verify their souls lack more than honey.
And when they call themselves the good and the just, do not forget that they would be pharisees if they only had power.
Zarathustar- Friedtrich Nietzsche
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Posted 02 June 2007 - 11:13 AM

In questo periodo tutti parlano male di tutti,
vorrei passarvi una frase scritta da un grande rabbino un paio di secoli fa:
Le persone nobili parlano di Idee,
le persone mediocri parlano di cose,
le persone basse parlano di altre persone.....

In these times all the people talk bad over all the persons,
I would remember a proposition wrote by a great Rabbi a couple of centuries ago:

The Noble People talk about Ideas
The Mediocre People talk about the Things
The Low People talk about the persons ......
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Posted 02 June 2007 - 02:29 PM

Originally posted by pacific
B]The noble people talk about Ideas
The mediocrity talk about the things
the low people talk about the persons ...... B]


So in contrary, I will be talk about funny things, not necessary to me, but for Putin very much so, and I am not surprised.
Putin had really good time seeing American proposal for Poland for anti-missile system.
Anti-missile system is in Bush opinion the protection for Poland against Iran and North Korea.
We had never had problems with them in the past, and even in contrary we Polish helped South Korea to get freedom in195 2. Bush finds it as a rationalization for Poland to pay for installation anti missile system.
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Posted 02 June 2007 - 04:04 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
So in contrary, I will be talk about funny things, not necessary to me, but for Putin very much so, and I am not surprised.
Putin had really good time seeing American proposal for Poland for anti-missile system.
Anti-missile system is in Bush opinion the protection for Poland against Iran and North Korea.
We had never had problems with them in the past, and even in contrary we Polish helped South Korea to get freedom in195 2. Bush finds it as a rationalization for Poland to pay for installation anti missile system.


USA proposed also Poland to maintain anti- missile- system after installation itself
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