Ce sa mai comentez... s-au mai taiat nite pomi, da-i drecu, erau batrani, nu produceau nimic, si in plus stateau pe un teren scum. Hotnews : Desi Bucurestiul ar trebui sa aiba 26 de mp de spatiu verde pe cap de locuitor si are doar 12, copacii sunt macelariti in continuare, chiar cu acordul autoritatilor. Astazi dimineata a cazut prada drujbelor un spatiu verde de circa 500 mp din Cartierul Floreasca, intre strazile Ceaikovski, Rahmaninov si Bach. In loc se va construi un hotel cu 3 etaje.
Câteva imagini din frumoasa fostă comună, actualmente oraș, Voluntari, buză-n-buză cu Bucureștii... Cred că vorba ”proști de dau în gropi” se referă la cei care își plătesc taxele și impozitele și nu dețin o firmă de asfaltare...
Am trecut azi prin fata Ministerului de Interne, acolo unde berceanu mananca o ciorba calda, la cantina. Monumentul dedicat martirilor Revolutiei din 1989 arata jalnic, marmura e murdara si la baza chiar sparta, tufa din mijloc e ofilita si pamantul de sub ea e noroios... Pe alocuri, la baza, zapada murdara acopera monumentul, parca ar vrea sa-l acopere de tot, astfel incat sa nu se mai vada, sa il uitam... Da, am avut senzatia ca nu ne pasa... PS Ceva mai departe, in spate, scarile ministerului erau frumos curatate de zapada si de mizerie si asteptau sa fie calcate in picioare de catre organe, asteptau cu covorul ca o limba scoasa la trecatori...
Greeks strike over austerity plan Public sector workers in Greece have launched a national strike, with thousands rallying against the government's budget-cutting measures. Flights have been grounded, many schools are closed and hospitals are operating an emergency-only service. The government wants to freeze pay, gather more taxes and reform pensions. EU leaders will discuss Greece's difficulties at a Brussels summit on Thursday amid concern the crisis could threaten the credibility of the euro. European finance ministers are also due to hold a teleconference on Wednesday to talk about the issue. Public anger Despite heavy rain, there were rallies across Greece on Wednesday, with thousands of striking workers and pensioners gathering in Athens. Several thousand people were also reported to have protested in Greece's second city, Thessaloniki. The rallies have been mainly peaceful, but in one incident police fired tear gas at rubbish collectors who tried to drive th
An Arab ambassador has called off his wedding after discovering his wife-to-be who wears a face-covering veil is bearded and cross-eyed. The envoy had only met the woman a few times, during which she had hidden her face behind a niqab, the Gulf News reported. After the marriage contract was signed, the ambassador attempted to kiss his bride-to-be. It was only then that he discovered her facial hair and eyes. The ambassador told an Islamic Sharia court in the United Arab Emirates he was tricked into the marriage as the woman's mother had shown his own mother pictures of her sister instead of his bride-to-be. He sued for the contract to be annulled and also demanded the woman pay him 500,000 dirhams (£85,000) for clothes, jewelry and other gifts he had bought for her. The court annulled the contract but rejected the ambassador's demand for compensation. The report did not identify the ambassador.
Un comentariu interesant din Haaretz. Trebuie citit si incercati sa inlocuiti ”jewish” sau ”israeli” cu ”romanian”... ---- If Israel lets ex-pats vote, what's to stop enfranchising all Jews? By Gideon Levy, Haaretz Correspondent What rejoicing in America! How delighted they will be - Abe (formerly Avraham), Joe (formerly Yossi) and Sam (formerly Shmulik). From now on, they will be able to vote from afar. We'll have elections by text messages, governments chosen by remote control. We are legitimizing what used to be regarded as Israel's great sin - emigration. The most right-wing government in Israel's history, which hunts down anyone who hasn't done military service and declares war on anyone who questions its whims, is now opening its legs to those whom until recently it regarded as traitors. Advertisement From now on, those who left Israel will be able to vote on its leadership. Tomorrow, maybe all the Jews in the world will do so. Anything to increase
L-am auzit la stiri pe consilierul pe probleme de securitate si aparare al președintelui Romaniei vorbind despre conferinta pe probleme de aparare si securitate de la Munchen. Dl Iulian Fota spunea ca s-a vorbit despre Romania in termeni pozitivi. Cica SUA au salutat decizia de a plasa scutul antiracheta la noi, in timp ce Rusia a tacut. Aoleu? Ia uite ce spun astia de la presa straina: Russia condemns US move to put missiles in Romania Russia has attacked a US decision to site interceptor missiles in Romania, saying the move imperils Barack Obama's much-vaunted "reset" of relations between the two countries and the final stages of nuclear arms reduction talks.The Kremlin said it was taken aback by news that Romania's top military body had agreed to host US SM-3 interceptor missiles and other military infrastructure in response to an alleged missile threat from Iran. Sergey Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, said he had demanded an "exhaustive explanation"