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.Curentul: Lotul Petromservice ramane in arest inca 30 de zile. “În temeiul art. 155 şi urm. Cod procedură penală, TB  dispune prelungirea duratei arestării preventive a inculpaţilor CĂLINESCU IONUŢ, DINU TATIANA, NACU MIHAELA, PETRAN IOAN, MIHAI SORIN şi CIUCĂ IOAN pe o perioadă de 30 de zile, începând cu data de 07.11.2010 până la data de 06.12.2010, inclusiv, respectiv prelungirea duratei arestării preventive a inculpatului EFTIME IONUŢ ADRIAN pe o perioadă de 21 de zile, începând cu data de 16.11.2010 până la data de 06.12.2010, inclusive” se arata pe site-ul official al institutiei.”


Adevarul: Talk-showurile şi reality-showurile din România. Cum este exploatată „sămânţa de scandal” a românilor. “„Sămânţa de scandal” a românilor, prezentă în mod normal în viaţa de zi cu zi, s-a dezvoltat viguros şi „pe sticlă”. Emisiunile televizate de tipul talk-showurilor mondene şi a reality-showurilor au prins la un public care, din plictiseală, din incultură sau din nevoia de evadare din cotidian, a ales să asculte mărturisirile picante ale vreunei vedete dornice de publicitate sau certurile unei adolescente răzvrătite şi a unor părinţi obtuzi.”

Financiarul: Mugur Isarescu: Economia va creste din 2011, nivelul de trai – abia din 2012. “Guvernatorul BNR, Mugur Isarescu, a declarat astazi, la postul national de radio, ca, potrivit estimarilor bancii centrale, economia romaneasca va reveni pe crestere anul viitor, insa acest reviriment nu se va face simtit in buzunarele romanilor decat din 2012.”

Capital: Dacia ar putea lansa 8 modele noi și face-lifturi până în 2015. “Dintre toate aceste noi apariții, cel puțin una va fi un nou model, care va fi, cel mai probabil, o nouă vedetă low-cost. Nemții vorbesc despre modelul Dacia Citadine, care va avea un preț de aproximativ 5.000 de euro.”

Ziarul financiar: Transporturile spun că anvelopele de iarnă devin obligatorii în două săptămâni. “Guvernul va aproba, în maxim două săptămâni, ordonanţa de urgenţă privind obligativitatea echipării maşinilor cu anvelope de iarnă în perioada 1 noiembrie-31 martie, a declarat, vineri, ministrul Transporturilor şi Infrastructurii, Anca Boagiu.”

Curierul national: Ce telefoane vor avea în câţiva ani. Cele mai bizare prototipuri şi concepte. “Touchscreen-ul a făcut posibilă apariţia celor mai ciudate telefoane mobile. Prototipuri ale telefoanelor viitorului par rupte din filmele SF”

Bursa: Bursa din Shanghai vrea să reducă tranzacţiile speculative. “Shanghai Futures Exchange din China a stabilit, ieri, noi reguli, menite să prevină tranzacţiile “anormale”. Măsura vine după o decizie similară luată de Bursa din Zhengzhou şi urmăreşte reducerea speculaţiilor în contextul în care preţurile materiilor prime sunt la niveluri record.”

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oblique 28-11-2010 - 01:46

Nigel Farage: ‘Who the Hell do You Think You Are: The Euro Game Is Up!’

oblique 28-11-2010 - 01:56

European Parliament, Strasbourg – 24 November 2010

* Speaker: Nigel Farage (left) MEP, UKIP, Co-President of the EFD group;

Good morning, Mr. van Rompuy,

You’ve been in office for one year and in that time the whole edifice is beginning to crumble, there’s chaos, the money’s running out – I should thank you; you should perhaps be the pin-up boy of the Eurosceptic movement.

But just look around this chamber, this morning. Just look at these faces. Look at the fear. Look at the anger. Poor old Barroso here looks like he’s seen a ghost.

They’re begining to understand that the game is up and yet in their desperation to preserve their dream, they want to remove any remaining traces of democracy from the system. And it’s pretty clear that none of you have learnt anything.

When you yourself, Mr. van Rompuy, say that the euro has brought us stability. I suppose I could applaud you for having a sense of humour, but isn’t this, really, just the bunker mentality?

Your fanaticism is out in the open. You talked about the fact that it was a lie to believe that the nation state could exist in the 21st Century globalised world. Well, that may be true in the case of Belgium, who haven’t had a government for six months, but for the rest of us, right across every member state in this Union – and perhaps this is why we see the fear in the faces – increasingly people are saying, ‘We don’t want that flag. We don’t want the anthem. We don’t want this political class. We want the whole thing consigned to the dustbin of history.’
And we had the Greek tragedy earlier on this year, and now we have this situation in Ireland. Now I know that the stupidity and greed of Irish politicians has a lot to do with this. They should never ever have joined the euro. They suffered with low interest rates, a false boom and a massive bust.

oblique 28-11-2010 - 01:58

But look at your response to them. What they’re being told, as their government is collapsing, is that it would be inappropriate for them to have a general election. In fact Commissioner Rehn here said they had to agree their budget first before they’d be allowed to have a general election.

Just who the hell do you think you people are?

You are very, very dangerous people, indeed. Your obsession with creating this Euro state means that you’re happy to destroy democracy. You appear to be happy for millions and millions of people to be unemployed and to be poor. Untold millions must suffer so that your Euro dream can continue.

Well it won’t work. Because it’s Portugal next, with their debt levels of 325% of GDP, they’re the next ones on the list, and after that I suspect it will be Spain. And the bailout for Spain would be seven times the size of Ireland’s and at that moment all of the bailout money has gone – there won’t be anymore.

But it is even more serious than economics. Because if you rob people of their identity. If you rob them of their democracy, then all they are left with is nationalism and violence. I can only hope and pray that the Euro project is destroyed by the markets before that really happens. – Open speech in European Parliament

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