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Fifteen years ago on March 26, 1999, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) bombed a sovereign nation, Serbia, unilaterally intervening in a civil war without UN approval on a phony pretext of "humanitarian" intervention and also in an effort to distract American public attention from the Monica Lewinsky "frosted dress" scandal caused by the philandering US president. NATO violated its own "defensive" charter that required military recourse only when NATO-member nations were attacked which was not the case regarding Serbia. By bombing Serbia for 78 days, US President Bill Clinton violated the US's own War Powers Resolution of 1973 but despite the obvious infraction and even efforts by US Congressmen to hold him accountable, he was never punished for this obviously illegal action.
It was all about crime, heroin, and Albanian Muslims. That’s how Kosovo became an “independent” nation, a heroin haven for world corruption, with such renowned leaders as former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari. The media never once pointed out these underlying evils. “Ethnic Albanians” who had migrated en mass into Serbia’s Kosovo province were presented as victims! Whoever helped them was heroic, just, and to be greatly honored, regardless of reality ..
Journalist, Morning Talk Show Host, Professional Ballet Dancer, Advocate to stop violence against women, Periscope Broadcaster and World Traveler...The amazing Irina Ivic joins us today!
An excerpt from Irina's biography.
As a video journalist, I travelled and filmed reports in Serbia, Copenhagen, Istanbul and Hanover. As a journalist, producer and anchor I was working on a series “The Children in Need”, in cooperation with UNICEF. I was a trademark face and a host of a promotional film in a campaign "We are changing diabetes" organized by The Republic Health Insurance Fund and host of the show "Innovators" from which RTS selects and rewards the best scientific innovations in Serbia each year.
A few years ago I got an offer to become a presenter of the Morning show, and not long after from the editorial board of the Cultural news to become one of their anchors. Today I work as a host of both shows, but new roles in the programme have not changed what one journalist carries inside - the need to observe and analyze social issues twenty-four hours a day.
The question I hear every day is - how can you wake up at four in the morning? The answer is #liveyourlife and in the meantime figure out how to do it in the best possible way.
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In the United States American women are likely to die giving birth to an infant from childbirth related complications than women living in Iran, Serbia, and Bosnia. Americans rank 60th world wide in terms of maternal health. Black women are 3-4 times and Hispanic women are 50% more likely to die giving birth than white women. What is the cause of childbearing death? Is it possible we need more mid-wifes? Should the insurance company pay for this service? These are some of the questions that will be answer tonight. Join us tonight by calling 858-769-4936 press 1 and you will be on the air. Host Paulette Young (Health Care Consultants) and Selena Lindsey (Sowing Seeds For Life 2nd Largest Food Bank in Los Angeles, CA).
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I had the pleasure of doing Q&A for the film The Way I Remember it on the Big Apple Film Festival 2015. Now you can hear the story behind this film.
THE WAY I REMEMBER IT is a narrative film about Vera.
Born in Eastern Europe, Vera speaks five languages; she came to America as a teenager and has lived an extraordinarily exciting life. Now, in her mid-seventies, and recently transferred to the dementia floor at the Harris Health Center, Vera tells her son, Jules, there are three things she wants to do. She also needs to tell Jules her secrets, before her memory slips away.
About the Director
Nada Ray is a filmmaker and journalist based in New York City.
After she moved to the U.S. from her native Belgrade (Serbia) in ’07, she decided to focus on film and video media directing and producing documentaries, long form interviews with uniquely talented artists and branded content.
RAY made her narrative film directorial debut with the drama, THE WAY I REMEMBER IT, a short film about Vera,written and produced by Jules Bacal, starring Christine Ebersole, two-time Tony Award winner for Grey Gardens.
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This week our top story is the attempts by conservative politicians and pundits to make Benghazi, the IRS and the VA issues into a centerpiece of their 2014 campaign. Then we have two international issues to talk about including the President sending troops to Chad to look for the girls kidnapped by the radical islamic terrorist group Boko Haram in Nigeria.
Also I will cover the catastrophic flooding that has hit central europe which has hit Serbia and Bosnia particularly hard. If I have time I will talk about the shooting spree in Isla Vista, California that took the lives of seven people and wounded thirteen more.
At the end we will have our trademark weekly hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals who made great sense or shameful nonsense, respectively.
If you want to write to me and give me your opinion of any topic I cover, write to email@example.com and I may just read your opinion on the air. Again that’s firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason and Daphne Anglin have been married for 22 years with 3 children, Elijah, Gabriel and Tessa Faith. They live in Hamilton, AL and operate in the healing ministry. They founded Fire Ministries in 2012, with a heart to help those God places in their path, through ministering healing and deliverance, through the power of God and demonstration of the Holy Ghost. Throughout the ministry and walk with Jesus, they have seen God work in various ways through healing, re-creating and raising the dead.
They have been commissioned under Dutch Sheets,Clay Nash and Damon Thompson Ministries. Jason traveled with Don Stuart and a group to Macedonia,Serbia and Greece, ministering with signs following. Then Jason and Daphne were able to go to Mexico and experience the mountain life with Brother David Hogan and saw many miracles there as well, including getting the opportunity to meet several People that was raised from the dead.
I was influenced by Bro. David Hogan and Freedom Ministries in the late 90’s and many other great leaders God has connected me with over the years. The first time I was introduced to David Hogan the Lord, through an open vision, showed me my gifts and calling that He had placed on my life. So I pursued it full force, asking Him to see His power as it was in the Bible, as I started speaking his word and realizing I have nothing to do with His Word manifesting, I started seeing miracles and they have not stopped.
Mathew 10:7-8 is the scripture God gave me years ago to stand on, do it! Also Isaiah 61:1-3, Walk in this and know that you are fulfilling it today as you are walking with Jesus. Then I am a firm believer in Acts 19:11-12, so many miracles have taken place from handkerchiefs.
What does it take to win the WBC belt in Muy Thai fighting? Join us as we talk to fighter and Bosnian Serb Ognjen Topic about fleeing war in Bosnia, becoming an American citizen, and living and training in Thailand.
Ognjen Topic was born in Bosnia. He and his family moved to Serbia when the Yugoslav wars broke out. His father eventually won the immigration lottery and brought his famly to the United States. As a child, Topic was drawn to the visual arts and also to martial arts. He won his black belt as a teenager but wanted a bigger challenge and found it when he entered the unrelenting world of Muay Thai fighting.
Topic's love of the visual arts led him to a career in graphic design, but he stepped away from that to fight professionally. In 2014, with his usual unswerving commitment, he relocated to Thailand. he spent seven months living and training in Thailand. He is currently ranked #1 in the United States and is sponsored by Infightstyle. He has won WKA and WBC USA National Titles and the Lion Fight World Title.
On Monday we interview Fort Russ journalist Joaquin Flores who is going to be calling in all the way from Serbia to be the guest for this episode as an interviewee we will be delighted to have him on our show.Call in 347-205-9576
The West is being invaded. In the U.S it is being invaded by immigrants from Central and South America. While in Europe, they are being invaded by the African nations as well as from the Middle East.
It is in man's nature to better one's lot in life, to move to another country and to assimilate and help provide for one's family. But this is not the case today. Much of today's immigration is illegal. The immigrants today are coming here skirting the laws, looking at the host country for food and shelter.
In addition, in most cases, the media outlets are criticizing the West for not doing enough. But what about the host countries themselves from where the people are fleeing? Doesn't Mexico, Honduras, Syria, Turkey, Serbia, etc all have a responsibility to their people? Shouldn't they be providing the means by which their people could flourish?
Unlike in generations past, many immigrants no longer want to assimilate into the host culture. They are bringing with them customs that the West does not promote and then they are getting upset at the citizens for living in a manner foreign to them. Women, Christians and Jews have been subjected to harassment not seen in years.
The political class has been absent in this battle because many stand to benefit from the chaos and new wave of immigration.
Host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) is joined by Eurobasket announcer and coach Kristian Palotie (@4ProPalotie) to preview Eurobasket 2015. They predict each of the four groups and pick the champion and MVP, as well as discussing the NBA players and prospects of interest in the tournament.
On the newest episode of The Total Soccer Show...
0:00-12:34 - Recapping the USA's 0-0 draw with Sweden
12:34-18:20 - Previewing the USA's final group stage game against Nigeria
18:20-34:59 - Recapping the US U-20's loss to Serbia in the U20 World Cup, and reviewing the tournament as a whole (from an American perspective)
34:59-41:59 - British vs American Listener Feedback
Ambassador Panagopoulos joined the Greek Foreign Service in 1978 and brings to Washington many years of rich international experience and a unique understanding of global and European affairs, including an in-depth knowledge of the Balkans and South East Mediterranean issues.
Prior to his current post as Greece’s Ambassador to the U.S., Ambassador Panagopoulos served for the past four years as Director of the Diplomatic Cabinet of the Minister and of the Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs. Previously, he was Ambassador of Greece to the Republic of Serbia, after having spent five years as Ambassador to the Republic of Cyprus.
Ambassador Panagopoulos started his career at the Greek Embassy in Ankara. He has also worked on European issues, as Head of the European Integration Directorate, actively participating in the decision-making process of the European Union and in the promotion of the Transatlantic ties.
Having also served as Consul General in Los Angeles and Dean of the New England Consular Corps in Boston, Ambassador Panagopoulos is no stranger to American politics. He now returns to the United States as Ambassador, at a time when Greek-American bilateral relations are at an unprecedentedly excellent level.
Born in Kalamata, Greece, in 1954, Christos Panagopoulos holds a Degree in Law from the University of Athens and a Master’s Degree in International Law and International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Boston, USA. He served in the Hellenic Navy at the Office of the Admiral, Chief of the Hellenic Fleet. He was also a member of the Junior National Waterpolo Team of Greece.
Among other distinctions, Ambassador Panagopoulos is the recipient of the Grand Commander of the Order of Phoenix of the Hellenic Republic, as well as of the Grand Commander of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Cyprus.
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