СНС: ЕПС искључује струју – ДС: Нестина

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СНС: ЕПС искључује струју – ДС: Нестина

БЕОГРАД – Функционерка Српске напредне странке Зорана Михајловић тврди да јавно предузеће „Електропривреда Србије” у појединим деловима земље, у којима је ДС изгубила на изборима, искључује струју домаћинствима, док потпредседница демократа Јелена Триван то негира и истиче да се ради о „бруталном нападу на политичке неистомишљенике”.

„Просто не могу да разумем ту врсту језика, понашања и политичке културе и таквих бруталних политичких напада на неистомишљенике у којима је све и свашта могуће рећи”, нагласила је Триван.

Михајловић је на конференцији за новинаре рекла да СНС захтева од директора јавних предузећа, пре свега ЕПС-а „да престану са политичким препуцавањем преко грбаче грађана Србије”, јер, како је рекла, то предузеће гаси струју домаћинствима и то баш у окрузима у којима је ДС изгубила на изборима, попут златиборског и моравичког.

Функционерка СНС је оценила да је ЕПС „огризла у криминал и корупцију” и да у том предузећу треба да се промени начин управљања.

Потпредседница демократа рекла је Танјугу да не зна како се одговара „на политику која се заснива на неистини”.

„Не знам да ли је уопште више потребно коментарисити изјаве оних који су читаву политичку делатност засновали на неистинама. Не знам да ли ико треба више да коментарише те неистине или за почетак да слободни медији управо то почну да испитују – да ли у Србији постоји икакава одговорност за неистине”, рекла је Триван.

Она је упитала да ли политичка странка, „која је своју победу засновала на причи о изборној крађи и џаковима”, има више права да даље шири неистине и да на такав начин пропагира свој политички рад.

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Madeleine Albright: Russia’s foe and Serbia’s butcher 17.05.2012

Madeleine Albright: Russia’s foe and Serbia’s butcher
17.05.2012

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright turned 75 years old.
She made history as the first woman at such a high office. She can hardly be
called a friend of Russia. A native of the Czech Republic, she strongly
advanced NATO to the Russian borders. She is remembered by the bombing of
Yugoslavia. She is credited with a desire to take Siberia away from Russia.

Can the foreign policy of the world’s strongest power be represented by a
woman? It had been long thought that the answer was „no“. But this
conventional wisdom was refuted by Madeleine Albright. A native of Prague,
she became the first ever female U.S. secretary of state.
She could have become the first female president of the Czech Republic, but
it did not happen. In Russia she is considered a „hawk“
who dreamed of robbing Russia of Siberia. Is that true?

Madeleine Albright was born on May 15, 1937 in Prague. Her name was Mary Jan
Kerbelova. Her father Joseph Kerbel was a prominent Czechoslovak diplomat,
who accepted Catholicism over Judaism for the sake of his career. As for the
name „Madeleine“, this was the nickname the future U.S. Secretary of State
was given by her grandmother.
Gradually the nickname replaced her real name.

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As a child, Marie-Madeleine Jana had to move a great deal. In 1939 the Nazis
occupied Bohemia and her family fled to London. In 1945, Madeleine returned
to Prague, then her father became the Ambassador of Czechoslovakia to
Yugoslavia. In 1948 Communists came to power in Prague. Joseph Kerbel flatly
refused to cooperate with the new regime and went to the United States.
Hostility towards the Communists and the Soviet Union was passed on to his
daughter.

Madeleine had no problems with the English language because of her childhood
spent in London. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in
Massachusetts, and then – Columbia Law School. She was fond of journalism
since young age, and wrote for a variety of publications, the most famous of
which was The New York Times.

When Madeleine was the Secretary of State, she was perceived by many as an
iron woman without nerves and emotions. But, unlike her successor,
Condoleezza Rice, Albright was never deprived of male attention. At the age
of 23, Madeleine Kerbelova married Joseph Albright who had good connections
in the American elite. They had three daughters. The family survived a
tragedy when one of their children was born dead.

The marriage was short-lived. In 1983, Joseph left Madeleine.
Eyewitnesses claim that it was very difficult for her to go through a
divorce and for a very long time she could not forgive her ex-husband.
It was not easy for her to go to Moscow in 1997. And it was not only about
the uneasy Russian-American relations. Joseph Albright worked at the U.S.
Embassy in the Russian Federation. Madeleine, an impervious diplomat, was
barely able to contain herself.

But she was at the peak of her career then. Her ascent to the summit of the
American diplomacy began in 1972. Madeleine Albright joined the Democratic
Party and the team of Democratic Senator Edward Muskie. In the years of
Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) she entered the National Security Council. Likely,
it mattered that the assistant to the president for national security was
another a native of Eastern Europe
– Zbigniew Brzezinski.

Then came the long years of the Republican rule, and until the arrival to
the White House of Bill Clinton in 1993, Madeleine Albright was a professor
at Georgetown University. She worked there with the issues of Eastern Europe
and the USSR. Despite persistent opposition to the Soviet Union, she has
mastered the Russian language and spoke it well.

In 1993, Albright was the U.S. permanent representative to the UN.
There, she has become known as „Hawk.“ She pushes the sanctions against
Yugoslavia, advocated for the bombing of the Bosnian and Croatian Serbs. Her
second „specialty“ was the sanctions against Iraq.
One day she was pointed to the fact that as a result of the sanctions in
Iraq, half a million children had been killed. „I think it’s a very hard
choice, but we think it was worth it,“ said Albright. It is said that she
later regretted her words.

When Albright was still working at the UN, she was asked about the prospects
of taking the U.S. Secretary of State post. She expressed confidence that
she would not be given the post of head of the American diplomacy. She said
that the American society was not ready for a woman at that important public
post. She was mistaken. In 1997, Bill Clinton appointed her Secretary of
State. For the first time a woman led the U.S. Department of State.

As Secretary of State, she will be remembered for two acts: the expansion of
NATO to the East and the bombing of Yugoslavia. Being a native of Prague,
she strongly lobbied for the accession of the Czech Republic and other
former socialist countries to the North Atlantic alliance. All the
objections of Russia were swept aside. In 1997, the Czech Republic, Poland
and Hungary joined the ranks of NATO. Thus began the advancement of U.S.
military vehicles towards Russia’s borders.

In March of 1999, Albright was among those who made the decision to bomb
Yugoslavia. It is interesting that she spent part of her childhood in
Belgrade with her father. She knows the local language.
At one time her father left for the West from Yugoslavia. But for the sake
of U.S. interests in Europe and NATO’s eastward advance her personal issues
were swept aside.

In 2001, Albright left the post of Secretary of State, but did not leave
active politics. Theoretically, she could have become the president of her
native Czech Republic. In 2003, Vaclav Havel who favored her had to go. But
it did not happen.

The Czech society was critical about the bombing of Yugoslavia. During a
visit to the motherland in 1999, Albright was thrown foreign objects at. She
was already an American, not Czech. She was not perceived as their own, so
she did not become president. It is unlikely that she regretted it. In the
end, the post of the U.S. Secretary of State is much better, although the
Czech president Vaclav Havel and Vaclav Klaus also played a significant role
in politics.

After retiring from all her positions, Albright, however, constantly spoke
on the key international issues. Many of her statements are related to
Russia. She is attributed the scandalous phrase „Siberia is too large and
rich to belong to one country.“ But the source of such a declaration has not
yet been found. However, this does not make her a friend of Russia.

Russia in recent years has been repeatedly battered by Albright. She
criticized George W. Bush for being too soft towards Russia. She condemned
nearly everything in Russia: the suppression of armed rebellion in Chechnya,
politics in the post-Soviet space, the state of democracy. In 2010, she said
that Russia had no business telling the U.S. who it should accept into NATO
– Ukraine, Georgia or anyone else.

Albright is a regular at gatherings of almost all anti-Russian hangouts
along with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Mikhail Saakashvili, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, and
other ardent ill-wishers of Russia. Yet, among them, the former U.S.
Secretary of State still looks like a dove. For example, she criticized Sen.
John McCain who called to exclude Russia from the G8. Her approach to the
Russian Federation can be reduced to the following sentence: „To pressure,
severely criticize, but still cooperate.“

The name of Madeleine Albright will forever remain in the history of the
world diplomacy. She will be remembered as a harsh „lady with a brooch,“ the
war in Yugoslavia, and moving NATO eastward. Russia is unlikely to have good
memories about her. However, Albright staked out a solid place in the
pantheon of the world’s prominent politicians of the twentieth century.

Paul Chernyshev

Pravda.R

AKO IMAŠ VREMENA A AKO I NEMAŠ PROČITAJ OVO:

Ako imaš vremena – rekoh. Bog se nasmeši. -...
Господи Помилуй 11:22pm May 28
Ako imaš vremena – rekoh.Bog se nasmeši.
– Moje vreme je večnost. Šta si me hteo pitati?
– Šta te najviše iznenađuje kod ljudi?

Bog odgovori:
– Što im je detinjstvo dosadno. Žure da odrastu, a zatim bi ponovo želeli da budu deca.
– Što troše zdravlje da bi stekli novac, a zatim troše novac da bi vratili zdravlje.
– Što isuviše brinu o budućnosti, zaboravljajući sadašnjost. Na taj način ne žive ni u sadašnjosti, ni u budućnosti.
– Što žive kao da nikada neće umreti, a onda umru, kao da nikada nisu živeli.

Bog me uze za ruku. Ostadosmo u tišini.
Onda upitah:
– Kao roditelj, koje bi životne pouke želeo da tvoja deca nauče?

Osmehujući se Bog odgovori:
– Da nauče da nikoga ne mogu prisiliti da ih voli. Mogu samo voleti.
– Da nauče da nije najvrednije ono što imaju, nego ko su u svom životu.
– Da nauče kako se nije dobro upoređivati sa drugima …
– Da nauče kako nije bogat onaj čovek koji najviše ima nego onaj kome najmanje treba.
– Da nauče kako je dovoljno samo nekoliko sekundi da se duboko povredi voljeno biće, a zatim su potrebne godine da se izleči.
– Da nauče opraštati, tako da sami opraštaju.
– Da shvate kako postoje osobe koje ih nežno vole, ali to ne znaju reći, ni pokazati.
– Da nauče da se novcem može kupiti sve, osim sreće i ljubavi.
– Da nauče da dve osobe mogu posmatrati istu stvar, a videti je različito.
– Da nauče da je pravi prijatelj onaj koji zna sve o njima … ali ipak ih voli.
– Da nauče kako nije uvek dovoljno da im drugi oproste. Moraju i sami sebi opraštati.

– Ljudi će zaboraviti šta si rekao.
– Ljudi će zaboraviti šta si učinio.
– Ali nikada neće zaboraviti kakva si osećanja u njima probudio.