Monthly Archives: July 2009

Joe Jackson’s father figure!

Do I get it right or is something wrong with me? Isn’t it Joe Jackson the man who bullied his sons and barbarically tyrannized Michael Jackson and tortured him? Isn’t it the man who is the real problem and the excuse behind everything happened to the pop star and probably what followed until the end? The very same man who advertised his new copycat company that was going to based on his sons and the very same man who was sharing smiles ay the funeral obviously promoting his business plans and expecting the mourning musicians to help him.

How this man has turned to be the good farther – patriarch figure who can guarantee a safe and stable future for Michael’s kids is a mystery to me! Was it his idea to put the kid in front the microphone and wasn’t it his idea to turn the whole thing into a circus planning to turn even the Neverland ranch into an entertaining park with Michael’s grave in the middle. Apparently I will not be surprised if he will announce a new church for Saint Michael with him as the pope!

This is definitely sick business and unfortunately Michael’s kids are following his steps!

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Jacksons ‘plan private ceremony’

Pop star Michael Jackson‘s family is to hold a “private function” at a Los Angeles cemetery, police confirmed the event would be taking place at the Forest Lawn Cemetery, but it has not been confirmed if the singer would be buried there.

A memorial service for the singer is due to take place a few hours later.

Private with …1.5million waiting outside to enter?


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Angry Uighurs defy Chinese police

New protests have flared in the western Chinese city of Urumqi, two days after more than 150 people died in clashes involving ethnic groups and police.

About 200 ethnic Uighurs, who are a Muslim minority, faced off against police to protest over the arrest of 1,434 people over Sunday’s unrest. Groups of ethnic Han Chinese have now armed themselves with batons and stones and have gathered in Urumqi.

It seems that resist ants in China comes from the most unexpected sides of the Chinese society!

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Ovi today

Nothin’ Could Be Finah by Leah Sellers
Mark Sanford, South Carolina-s red faced (red-handed) governor, admits that his Queen of Hearts in Argentina is his Soul Mate (even though he declares that he is going to try to fall back in love with his Wedded Wife), and that he is a Cheat.

Join us in Neverland…….. by Dimitra Karantzeni
The king of pop is dead. Breaking news spread all over the world causing sadness, distress or even panic, while at the same time the hidden aspects not only of the cause of his death but also of his personal life are being unstoppably questioned day per…

“Kendileri calip, kendileri oynayanlar” by Uzeyir Lokman Cayci
Etliyle… sütlüyle… tatlıyla beslenenler Bilemezler senin kıymetini.

Obama in Moscow for nuclear talks by Thanos Kalamidas
US President Barack Obama has arrived in Moscow for talks with his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, focusing on further reducing nuclear stockpiles. Next step is …boom!

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Violence in China

Violence in China’s restive western region of Xinjiang has left at least 140 people dead and more than 800 people injured, state media say.

Several hundred people have also been arrested after the violence erupted in the city of Urumqi on Sunday.Xinhua news agency said police restored order after demonstrators attacked passers-by and set fire to vehicles.The protest was reportedly prompted by a deadly fight between Uighurs and Han Chinese in southern China last month.

And these are the news that can reach us…

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Zen Buddhism or “A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body” by Emanuel L. Paparella
Within Buddhism there is a meditative, contemplative school known as Zen. It originally arose in China but the three philosophers who were mostly responsible in transforming the school into a tradition were from outside China…

The Empty Chair by David Sparenberg
The man in the empty chair had years since stopped playing games. He averted his face from the play of children. Because of this, when his world collapsed, there was no one there to welcome him, no other world to go to, no sequel to the adventure of…
10 Helsinginkatu: Chapter 34 by Thanos Kalamidas
The chicken was just too dry and the thin slice of feta in the middle didn’t help much, the oven potatoes were not cooked enough and coriander is not a herb Greeks use, oregano is the herb used for oven potatoes.
Luxembourg report by Euro Reporter
Euro-reporter travels to Luxembourg with …ex-cons news, a fire that destroyed a barn and some …school news!

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