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WikiLeaks released The Global Intelligence Files.

Started Feb 27, 2012 0 Replies

Interesting reporting by a Stratfor analyst on the Grand Zero Mosque project and the connections between CIA, FBI, a Saudi Prince and News Corp.To me, it has always been obvious who was behind the…Continue

Romanian protests illegal??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hanna McLean Jan 16, 2012. 1 Reply

Romanians took to the streets in great numbers for the first time since the 1989 Revolution asking the resignation of President Traian Basescu and of the government. In Bucharest, students,…Continue

 

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Valery Levchenko liked Rodica Pricop's blog post British reaction to horsemeat scandal tastes bad
Feb 26, 2013
Rodica Pricop posted a blog post

British reaction to horsemeat scandal tastes bad

The British reaction to the horsemeat scandal in which Romania has been unjustly accused, before the completion of a probe, shows that the Brits are far from getting rid of stereotypes. Someone who is not aware of the realities of our country and also ignores the traditional approach of British media, unfortunately not just the tabloids who favour gross drama over facts and fiction – as creative as it may be – over the verified and corroborated information, would have an appalling image of…See More
Feb 21, 2013
Rodica Pricop and Waqar Haider are now friends
Oct 29, 2012
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Stake of the EPP Congress in Bucharest

On Wednesday, as the EPP leaders were being greeted with a poor taste glitter for a country like Romania and with a lot of humbleness by Traian Basescu and (his) party, PDL, to the very place that happens to be called the People’s House, I had the chance to meet a young historian while I was visiting the National History Museum. After an impeccable presentation, the guide, who demonstrated a rare erudition, drew the conclusion that ‘Romanians have always needed masters’, being incapable of…See More
Oct 19, 2012
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On the ‘dictatorship of the majority’

We often hear public voices on the side of Western or local supporters of President Traian Basescu say that in Romania there is a danger – as they call it – of a dictatorship of the majority. The Parliament – the institution which directly represents the will of the voters, the main forum of democracy in a country – is subject to daily tough criticism just because USL ‘dared’ unseat the last government of the Basescu-PDL regime, changing the parliamentary majority. Traian Basescu’s supporters…See More
Oct 12, 2012
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The Romania experiment

These years, Romania has become the scene of economic, public health and – of late – political experiments, meant to be later multiplied in other states of the European Union (EU), more than likely related to the increasingly clear and abrupt shaping of the EU federalisation project.The first experiment was the policy of austerity and annihilation of the social state. This experiment, initiated in 2009 with the EUR 21 bln loan from the IMF, the European Commission and the World Bank, was…See More
Oct 7, 2012
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From independence to abuse

Rodica PricopCriticising magistrates’ activity risks becoming a criminal offence in Romania shortly. Amidst domestic political war, the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) is trying to push a law introducing the censorship of negative opinions citizens pass on the judicial system. In the last few months, Romanians have been shocked by the manner in which CSM was trying to kill in the egg all possible criticism of prosecutors and judges, sending the Judicial Inspection to investigate public…See More
Sep 16, 2012
Rodica Pricop and Qamar-ul-Munir are now friends
Sep 16, 2012
Qamar-ul-Munir left a comment for Rodica Pricop
"Hello Dear Rodica Pricop. i wrote an article about Romania in Pakistani National Language 'Urdu' and i would like to send you and if you will publish it as it is than it will best for the Pakistani community in Romania .awaiting yours…"
Sep 15, 2012
Rodica Pricop commented on Muhammad Shahid's blog post Unpaid Female Journalist Commits Suicide in Lahore
"Very sad...Unfortunately not many people know how journalist are ex ploitedby the media owners/moguls...Probably they would like journalists to work for free and never complain, like slaves..."
Sep 15, 2012
Rodica Pricop and Malik Usman are now friends
Jul 15, 2012
Rodica Pricop posted a blog post

Truth and reconciliation

No one, not even Traian Basescu’s PDL, a party that has set absolute records in the matter of distorting the truth these last few days, can deny any more that Romania is a blocked country, a prisoner to tooth-and-nail struggle over power, with grievous consequences at an economic and social level as well as on international relations. Today the society is divided, primary hatred has deforced public rhetoric, public institutions such as the justice system or intelligence agencies have become…See More
Jul 13, 2012
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Jul 9, 2012
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Disinformation and double standard

The legitimate political action started by the Social Liberal Union Monday to replace the heads of the two chambers of Parliament as well as the Ombudsman, culminating with the initiation of the suspension of the president is the direct result of the conflicting and authoritarian fashion in which Romania has been governed in the last years. It is as normal as it can be in any democratic state, where the Majority appoints the heads of Parliament, Romania being up until Monday a true exception in…See More
Jul 6, 2012
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Music, Media, and Journalism

Music is not only a fact in forming social identities, it is a medium of education, it has an impact on Media, Journalism, and vice versa. This group is devoted to contemporary digital media, the Internet and music revolution, the business of classic music and its decline, PC made-music, digital radio, rap and other loudspeaker media such as DJ-ing, and PA systems. We will be able to discuss the imponderability of the whole media sector and how Music journalists report music facts, building or…See More
Apr 14, 2012
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Apr 14, 2012

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British reaction to horsemeat scandal tastes bad

Posted on February 16, 2013 at 9:39 0 Comments

The British reaction to the horsemeat scandal in which Romania has been unjustly accused, before the completion of a probe, shows that the Brits are far from getting rid of stereotypes. Someone who is not aware of the realities of our country and also ignores the traditional approach of British media, unfortunately not just the tabloids who favour gross drama over facts and fiction – as creative as it may be – over the verified and corroborated information, would have an appalling image of…

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Stake of the EPP Congress in Bucharest

Posted on October 19, 2012 at 11:31 0 Comments

On Wednesday, as the EPP leaders were being greeted with a poor taste glitter for a country like Romania and with a lot of humbleness by Traian Basescu and (his) party, PDL, to the very place that happens to be called the People’s House, I had the chance to meet a young historian while I was visiting the National History Museum. After an impeccable presentation, the guide, who demonstrated a rare erudition, drew the conclusion that ‘Romanians have always needed masters’, being incapable of…

Continue

On the ‘dictatorship of the majority’

Posted on October 12, 2012 at 10:10 0 Comments

We often hear public voices on the side of Western or local supporters of President Traian Basescu say that in Romania there is a danger – as they call it – of a dictatorship of the majority. The Parliament – the institution which directly represents the will of the voters, the main forum of democracy in a country – is subject to daily tough criticism just because USL ‘dared’ unseat the last government of the Basescu-PDL regime, changing the parliamentary majority. Traian Basescu’s…

Continue

The Romania experiment

Posted on October 5, 2012 at 12:30 0 Comments

These years, Romania has become the scene of economic, public health and – of late – political experiments, meant to be later multiplied in other states of the European Union (EU), more than likely related to the increasingly clear and abrupt shaping of the EU federalisation project.The first experiment was the policy of austerity and annihilation of the social state. This experiment, initiated in 2009 with the EUR 21 bln loan from the IMF, the European Commission and the World Bank,…

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At 11:21 on September 15, 2012, Qamar-ul-Munir said…

Hello Dear Rodica Pricop.

i wrote an article about Romania in Pakistani National Language 'Urdu' and i would like to send you and if you will publish it as it is than it will best for the Pakistani community in Romania .awaiting yours reply

regards 

Qamar Yousafzai 

Editor Daily Islamabad Times 

Islamabad -Pakistan

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