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Carla Bruny

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Carla Bruni-Sarkozy a répondu aux questions de Yves Calvi / C.Guibbaud/Abacapress - RTL

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Une interview exclusive ! La première Dame de France, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, a répondu aux questions de Yves Calvi. Du nouveau film de Woody Allen qui sort ce mercredi, "Minuit à Paris", où elle interprète son premier rôle au cinéma, à son combat contre l'illettrisme en passant par la perspective de l'élection présidentielle de 2012, sans oublier quelques indiscrétions... Carla Bruni-Sarkozy s'est livrée aux auditeurs de RTL.

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Patrick Sébastien

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J’ai souhaité avoir ce blog pour être encore plus proche de vous.

Au bout de 30 ans de métier je me suis dit qu’on disait tellement de conneries sur moi qu’il valait mieux que je les dise moi même. Et bien plus encore. Ce blog vous tiendra au courant des réalités que la presse et la télé ne m’autorisent pas à exprimer.

A cette heure où je suis interdit par TF1, fâché avec Arthur et Sarko entre autres pour avoir trop souvent ouvert ma gueule, il est hors de question que je la ferme et cet espace me permettra de lâcher de temps en temps mes humeurs. Vous pouvez vous aussi y lâcher les vôtres. Chaque idée, sentiment, suggestion visant à ce que nous respections encore plus l’individu, chaque message d’amour, chaque rébellion contre les abus de pouvoir seront les bienvenus. Les rumeurs, bassesses et calomnies n’y auront pas leur place.

Vous pouvez vous promener dans mes multiples activités, mes souvenirs, mon grenier… Mais avant tout, j’aimerais qu’au delà de mes humbles créations, ce blog soit un rendez vous pour tout ceux qui comme moi sont boudés par les élites, en guerre contre l’ordre établi, et persuadés que seul l’humanisme peut nous faire avancer.

Et puis l’humour, la bonne humeur. Lâchez vous ! La vie est trop courte pour l’habiller triste… Il ne faut pas vivre pour penser mais penser à vivre.  Cependant si ce blog peut être un carrefour des opinions différentes de ce que l’état-roi veut nous imposer, je serai ravi d’en être le porte parole.

 

A tout ceux qui croient aux étoiles, qui n’ont pas peur des chemins de traverse, qui haïssent les à priori et qui croient en moi, bienvenue chez vous !

Patrick

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Cat club

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Welcome to catclub the different clubrestaurant.
Nestled in the Hollerich district at the heart of the city of Luxembourg,
catclub opened its doors ten years ago to quickly become a playground for the cosmopolitans and locals in the know.
Its trendy decor complete with doomed ceilings, and candle lit interior make it a sexy experience from when you first walk in the door.
The space is a powerful blend of comfort and style with a touch of smoldering decadence.
Catclub's warm and sexy interior makes our discriminating restaurant
and clubber feel at ease in the open space of rich materials and
beautiful design.

Part restaurant, part chilloutbar and part clubbing, catclub always stays at the forefront of music and taste of its restaurant,
mixing new sounds and cuisines from all genres with style and perfecion.
Catclub c’est le mélange des genres, dans un cadre design et contemporain,
de style industriel très tendance,l’ambiance est cosmopolite et animée.
Catclub est établie depuis 11ans,
il fait partie du premier restaurant à thème au Luxembourg.
Ici vous avez de l’espace et encore de l’espace, vous déambulez selon votre humeur soit au Cat Club restaurant ou bien au bar avec ses deux terrasses.
Liberté totale pour déjeuner ou dîner selon ses envies du moment:
cuisine continentale ou pourquoi ne pas savourer une cuisine thaïlandaise et pour
les curieux de cuisine du monde des thématiques gastronomiques seront proposées tout
au long de l’année avec la venue des chefs entres autres du soleil levant et bien d’autres surprises.
Voilà une destination pour épater vos amis et clients, pourquoi ne pas finir la soirée au bar,
des grandes soirées à thèmes sont au programme avec du live music de classe internationale.
DJ’s résidents tous les jours du mercredi au samedi.
Pour la petit histoire et les indiscrétions,
ici de nombreux films ont été tournés, dont un avec F.Ford Coppola,
les stars de cinéma et de la politique se frottent aux habitués, que ce soit Catherine Deneuve, Christophe Lambert,
Mélanie Griffith et bien d'autres.

catclub and catdevelopments thai section and take away
18, rue de l'aciérie Hollerich

Luxembourg L-1112 phone +352 400869 mail:info@catclub.lu



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Madonna booed in Bucharest for defending Gypsies

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BUCHAREST, Romania - At first, fans politely applauded the Roma performers sharing a stage with Madonna. Then the pop star condemned widespread discrimination against Roma, or Gypsies — and the cheers gave way to jeers.

The sharp mood change that swept the crowd of 60,000, who had packed a park for Wednesday night's concert, underscores how prejudice against Gypsies remains deeply entrenched across Eastern Europe.

Despite long-standing efforts to stamp out rampant bias, human rights advocates say Roma probably suffer more humiliation and endure more discrimination than any other people group on the continent.




Sometimes, it can be deadly: In neighboring Hungary, six Roma have been killed and several wounded in a recent series of apparently racially motivated attacks targeting small countryside villages predominantly settled by Gypsies.

"There is generally widespread resentment against Gypsies in Eastern Europe. They have historically been the underdog," Radu Motoc, an official with the Soros Foundation Romania, said Thursday.

Roma, or Gypsies, are a nomadic ethnic group believed to have their roots in the Indian subcontinent. They live mostly in southern and eastern Europe, but hundreds of thousands have migrated west over the past few decades in search of jobs and better living conditions.

Romania has the largest number of Roma in the region. Some say the population could be as high as 2 million, although official data put it at 500,000.

Until the 19th century, Romanian Gypsies were slaves, and they've gotten a mixed response ever since: While discrimination is widespread, many East Europeans are enthusiastic about Gypsy music and dance, which they embrace as part of the region's cultural heritage.

That explains why the Roma musicians and a dancer who had briefly joined Madonna onstage got enthusiastic applause. And it also may explain why some in the crowd turned on Madonna when she paused during the two-hour show — a stop on her worldwide "Sticky and Sweet" tour — to touch on their plight.

"It has been brought to my attention ... that there is a lot of discrimination against Romanies and Gypsies in general in Eastern Europe," she said. "It made me feel very sad."

Thousands booed and jeered her.

A few cheered when she added: "We don't believe in discrimination ... we believe in freedom and equal rights for everyone." But she got more boos when she mentioned discrimination against homosexuals and others.

"I jeered her because it seemed false what she was telling us. What business does she have telling us these things?" said Ionut Dinu, 23.

Madonna did not react and carried on with her concert, held near the hulking palace of the late communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.

Her publicist, Liz Rosenberg, said Madonna and other had told her there were cheers as well as jeers.

"Madonna has been touring with a phenomenal troupe of Roma musicians who made her aware of the discrimination toward them in several countries so she felt compelled to make a brief statement," Rosenberg said in an e-mail. "She will not be issuing a further statement."

One Roma musician said the attitude toward Gypsies is contradictory.

"Romanians watch Gypsy soap operas, they like Gypsy music and go to Gypsy concerts," said Damian Draghici, a Grammy Award-winner who has performed with James Brown and Joe Cocker.

"But there has been a wave of aggression against Roma people in Italy, Hungary and Romania, which shows me something is not OK," he told the AP in an interview. "The politicians have to do s omething about it. People have to be educated not to be prejudiced. All people are equal, and that is the message politicians must give."

Nearly one in two of Europe's estimated 12 million Roma claimed to have suffered an act of discrimination over the past 12 months, according to a recent report by the Vienna-based EU Fundamental Rights Agency. The group says Roma face "overt discrimination" in housing, health care and education.

Many do not have official identification, which means they cannot get social benefits, are undereducated and struggle to find decent jobs.

Roma children are more likely to drop out of school than their peers from other ethnic groups. Many Romanians label Gypsies as thieves, and many are outraged by those who beg or commit petty crimes in Western Europe, believing they spoil Romania's image abroad.

In May 2007, Romanian President Traian Basescu was heard to call a Romanian journalist a "stinky Gypsy" during a conversation with his wife. Romania's anti-discrimination board criticized Basescu, who later apologized.

Human rights activists say the attacks in Hungary, which began in July 2008, may be tied to that country's economic crisis and the rising popularity of far-right vigilantes angered by a rash of petty thefts and other so-called "Gypsy crime." Last week, police arrested four suspects in a nightclub in the eastern city of Debrecen.

Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia also have been criticized for widespread bias against Roma.

Madonna's outrage touched a nerve in Romania, but it seems doubtful it will change anything, said the Soros Foundation's Motoc.

"Madonna is a pop star. She is not an expert on interethnic relations," he said.

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AP Writers Alison Mutler in Bucharest, William J. Kole in Vienna and Nekesa Mumbi Moody in New York contributed to this report. Read more »

Fiddy's Fortress -- Back on Da Market

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50 Cent needs to wave his Magic Stick if he hopes to sell his Connecticut mega-mansion ... he just slashed the price another few million bucks in desperation. Read more »

Chris Brown, Keri Hilson, Others Shoot Video In Los Angeles

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Just one week before he's officially sentenced following the plea deal he struck in the Rihanna case, Chris Brown appeared at ease as he joined Keri Hilson in Los Angeles on the set of what is apparently Hilson's next video, "Slow Down."

The pair were joined by plenty of musical company: Omarion, Monica, Polow Da Don and Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton were all also on set.




At press time, it was unclear what will the premise of the video will be. Chris Robinson is apparently helming the clip — the director spoke with Rap-Up.com earlier this week and confirmed he was in town to collaborate with Hilson. The director previously worked on Hilson's most recent video, for "Knock You Down."

Representatives for Brown and Hilson were not available at press time to confirm details about the video.

Brown was clad in Billionaire's Boys Club garb on set and once again sported his "Ooops" chain. The singer drew the attention of bloggers and fans alike when he wore the same pendant during Diddy and Ashton Kutcher's white party in Los Angeles over the 4th of July weekend. After Brown agreed to a plea deal following his February altercation with then-girlfriend Rihanna, he apologized to the public in a YouTube broadcast.

Images from the set have popped up online, but they appear to have been taken during breaks or after production of the shoot.

Brown is scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles courtroom on August 27 to be formerly sentenced to community labor service, therapy sessions, and probation.
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