Lecţie despre iubire…loialitate…

Povestea lui Ciccio, un ciobănesc german care  se duce zilnic la biserica unde  stăpînei sale i s-a făcut slujba de inmormîntare cu doua luni în urmă ,cred că a făcut înconjurul lumii…

eu am găsit-o intr-un ziar local …

http://www.sarayanews.com/index.php?page=article&id=185003

Cîinele stă acolo cuminte la slujbă  fără să scoată nici un sunet şi aşteaptă răbdător ca stăpîna să se întoarcă…enoriaşii din Biserica Santa Maria Assunta, din San Donaci, Italia care  primesc o lectie de loialitate de la un cîine sînt profund impresionaţi …

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Mie mi-a amintit de filmul  Hachiko cu Richard Gere la care   am plîns  cu multe rînduri de lacrimi…

Filmul este după o poveste adevărată adînc înrădăcinată în cultura japoneză…Hachiko ,un cîine adoptat de un profesor în anii *20  îşi conduce  şi aşteaptă cu răbdare stăpînul în acelaşi loc pe peronul gării,după care se întorc împreună acasă.

Într-o zi profesorul nu s-a mai întors …suferise un atac cerebral la Universitatea unde el lucra…

Hachiko a continuat să-l aştepte în gară  timp de nouă ani la toate trenurile ,sperînd probabil că dintr-unul va coborî cel aşteptat spre a se întoarce împreună acasă.

Japonezii i-au ridicat un monument cîinelui credincios acolo unde îşi aştepta stăpînul…

Filmele de acest gen nu mă lasă indiferentă…

ba îmi dau şi lecţii…

Am căutat pe internet un film întreg mai ales pentru copiii mei care nu l-au văzut complet dar nu am găsit decît  o scenă,două…dacă ştie cineva un link …

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Tot am zis că ne luăm un cîine mai ales pentru băiat dar a mai trecut ceva timp şi uite că nu am rezolvat-o…

iar copiii se ceartă între ei care e la rînd cu pisica…să se joace…pisica mea

NATO CRITICATA DUPA ATACUL ASUPRA TELEVIZIUNII NATIONALE LIBIENE IN CARE SI-AU PIERDUT VIATA 3 PERSOANE SI ALTE 15 AU FOST RANITE

Media group slams NATO bombing of Libyan TV

BRUSSELS (AP) – An international journalists’ group sharply criticised NATO air strikes against Libyan television, which killed three people and injured 15, saying Wednesday they violated international law and UN resolutions.

The International Federation of Journalists said the bombing Saturday was in contravention of a Security Council resolution passed in December 2006 that explicitly condemned such attacks against journalists and media.

„We utterly condemn this action, which targeted journalists and threatened their lives in violation of international law,” Brussels-based IFJ Secretary General Beth Costa said.

Libyan officials said the air strikes early Saturday killed three journalists and injured 15 other people.

NATO said the bombing of the Libyan TV’s satellite dishes was in compliance with the UN mandate authorising the strikes to protect the civilian population.

NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero there was evidence the state TV was increasingly being used by Muammar Qadhafi‘s regime to incite violence against the civilian population.

„It is for the military commander to decide on the selection of targets, but his decision is always made in full cognition of and in compliance with international law,” Romero said.

Costa dismissed that explanation, saying the use of „violence to stifle dissident media spell catastrophe for press freedom”.

„Our concern is that when one side decides to take out a media organisation because they regard its message as propaganda, then all media are at risk,” Costa said. „In conflict situations, international law is clear that unarmed journalists cannot be treated as combatants, irrespective of their political affiliations.”

She likened the air strikes to the 1999 NATO bombing of Serbian TV in Belgrade, which killed 16 people. At the time, NATO said the station was a legitimate target because it was a „propaganda mouthpiece” for the regime of Slobodan Milosevic.

Costa urged the alliance to refrain from further attacks on media.

NATO has been increasingly embarrassed by the failure of the bombing campaign, now in its fifth month, to dislodge Qadhafi’s regime. With the fasting month of Ramadan due to last through August, there is a growing realisation within the alliance that the costly campaign will drag on into autumn and possibly longer.

Stratfor, a US-based analysis group, said confidence among Western powers leading the air campaign was waning as chances for a quick victory receded.

„The strategy of bombing, waiting for the regime to implode… has been adopted in its stead,” said the analysis, released Tuesday.

The Jordan Times

4 july 2011

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