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Sarkozy Absent De La Finale De Coupe De France !

By J.N.PAQUET, published on May 9, 2009

Le président de la République remet traditionnellement chaque année le trophée de la Coupe de France de football au capitaine du club vainqueur de la finale. Le Président Gaston Doumergue inaugura cette tradition le 8 mai 1927. Tradition que tous les présidents s'attacheront à suivre. Sauf cette année !

"Week-end en famille".

L'Elysée a en effet fait savoir vendredi que Nicolas Sarkozy étant actuellement en séjour au Cap Nègre, dans le Var (où il a fait un discours sur la plage... (more)

Tags: france, football

Qui Chantera L'hymne Breton Au Stade De France?

By J.N.PAQUET, published on May 8, 2009

Selon le communiqué officiel de la Fédération Française de Football, et suite aux informations parues ces derniers jours au sujet de l'exécution de l’hymne breton lors de la Finale de la Coupe de France entre Rennes et Guingamp, « la Fédération Française de Football précise ce qu'elle a exactement répondu à la demande qui lui avait été adressée de faire jouer cet hymne juste avant ou juste après "la Marseillaise". La FFF a refusé d'introduire dans le protocole officiel... (more)

Tags: france, football

Green Envelope Campaign Launched To Free Roxana Saberi

By Andreas Klamm, published on May 8, 2009

...green envelopes sent to the embassies and the United Nations (UN) with the following message inside:

“RELEASE INNOCENT ROXANA SABERI, PLEASE !” – send to the Iranian embassy in your country, such as the United States of America, United Kingdom, Mexico, France, Spain, European Union, Russia or any other country in this world.

The plan is to bombard the Iranian embassies across the world with green envelopes that say: “RELEASE ROXANA SABERI, now, please.” to send respectfully a clear and firm message that an innocent... (more)

Tags: france, facebook, iran, germany, russia, mexico

Human Rights Education For All People Needed

By Andreas Klamm, published on May 7, 2009

... a better and peaceful society.

Addiontional information by Andrew P. Harrod:

Andreas Klamm is a French-German journalist, broadcast journalist, TV producer, radio producer and film producer and author of seven books since 1984. He is working in the United States of America, United Kingdom, Beligium, France, and Germany and also as managing editor and a news correspondent of MJB Mission News, ISSN 1999-8414 and Liberty and Peace NOW! Human Rights Reporters. More information available on www.andreas-klamm-books.de.be and www.libertyandpeacenow-online.de.be

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Tags: new york, france, education, germany

Buyer's Remorse?

By Amo, published on Apr 9, 2009

...redistribution of wealth.

And I suspect after witnessing this massive spending orgy that it’s fair to assume, that President Obama will continue to “change”, as much as possible, the fundamental structure of our government, to what we see today in countries such as France and Germany, with more government regulations and intrusion into our personal lives.

However, I suspect that most who voted for President Obama weren’t concerned about

his voting record or his lack of experience or for that matter what the President’s vision... (more)

Tags: france, terrorism, israel, iran, germany, obama

Obama-sarkozy: The War Of The Worlds

By JN PAQUET, published on Apr 8, 2009

... Brown, they end up looking a bit like Laurel and Hardy…).

The gap between the two men is not new. This War of the Worlds started last November, after Obama’s great victory at the Presidential election.

SARKOMANIA

Since his was elected President of France, Sarkozy was able to enchant, to charm the crowds. Amongst is “new” friends one could count celebrities, sports idols, cinema stars, journalists, entrepreneurs, etc. All the media on the planet discovered suddenly the young (52 years old when he got elected) president who was to ... (more)

Tags: new york, france, obama

Obama-sarkozy: The War Of The Worlds

By JN.PAQUET, published on Apr 6, 2009

... Brown, they end up looking a bit like Laurel and Hardy…).

The gap between the two men is not new. This War of the Worlds started last November, after Obama’s great victory at the Presidential election.

SARKOMANIA

Since his was elected President of France, Sarkozy was able to enchant, to charm the crowds. Amongst is “new” friends one could count celebrities, sports idols, cinema stars, journalists, entrepreneurs, etc. All the media on the planet discovered suddenly the young (52 years old when he got elected) president who was to ... (more)

Tags: new york, france, obama

G20: La Guerre Des Mondes

By J.N.PAQUET, published on Apr 6, 2009

...gagner l’attention de tous - amis et ennemis, industriels et stars du cinéma, sportifs et journalistes. Tous les médias de la planète découvraient au même moment le jeune (52 ans lors de son élection) président qui allait gouverner la France.

Puis, suite aux déboires de ce jeune président avec sa femme, le divorce ! Un nouveau coup d’éclat auquel personne ne s’attendait ! L’attention de tous focalisée encore une fois sur Sarkozy. Qu’il se rende à... (more)

Tags: france, obama

A Spending Orgy, Of Biblical Proportion

By Amo, published on Mar 2, 2009

...that Mussolini and Obama have similar objectives, of world dominance indeed they don’t, however I truly believe that President Obama’s agenda is to transform our government through massive entitlement programs, into a hybrid form socialism, similar to what we see today in Italy, France and Sweden, and to that end I believe he’s willing to gamble with our economy and risk driving us into a deeper recession. Why else would he choose this risky course of stimulating the economy and reject what has worked in the past? It simply doesn’t make economic sense.

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Tags: new york, france, movie, healthcare, california, obama

Food Mania In Mumbai

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 21, 2008

...are served in Europe, Japan, America, Australia and in other countries. History being my daughter’s favourite subject; she asked me the origin of Crepes. A poor man’s staple diet can be a rich man’s delicacy. “Well Crepes originated in Brittany; which is in west of France. It originated at a time when there was a shortage of wheat flour in middle ages. Crepes; the authentic one of France were round cakes made by spreading thin the batter of eggs, flour, butter on a hot griddle by a wooden rake”, Adith replied showing us the ones made by the young chef... (more)

Tags: new york, france, australia, japan

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