Friday, February 12, 2016

Fw: £10,000 PUNISHMENT for DARING to ASK for EQUALITY and the RIGHT to VOTE



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£10,000 PUNISHMENT for DARING to ASK for EQUALITY and the RIGHT to VOTE

How much does a human being's right to vote will cost £100,000 or £1,000,000?

 

 

On 16 April 2015, I started a court action against the UK Government in the High Court of Justice, because the law was not changed in time to allow EU Citizens residents in UK to stand or vote in the UK Parliamentary Election, taking into account they allow this to other foreigners (Commonwealth) who contribute less and that Treaty of the EU says ''Every citizen shall have the right to participate in the democratic life of the Union''.

The Judge rejected my claim ordering me to pay £10,000 for daring to ask for equality with other foreigners and enforcement of an EU Treaty. This was no surprise to me and my lawyers, as we were expecting that a Judge from a lower court would not dare to say that I am right in such a political case and we are expecting a more fair treatment from the Superior courts.

While the Judge tried to justify his decision with reference to many arguments raised by me he kept silence on the most important argument raised by me and enshrined in the Treaty of the EU – ''Every citizen shall have the right to participate in the democratic life of the Union''. He did not address this because they cannot find an argument against this.

Within the EU area there are elections at four levels, and there is not a specification in the EU treaties to say that there is a limitation on the levels at which the application of the treaties works:

                a – supranational / superstate level

                b – national level

                c – regional level

                d – local level

                Democracy is a system of government in which the people vote for their representatives.

It would be an impairment of the EU law which says that ''Every citizen shall have the right to participate in the democratic life of the Union'' if EU citizens are not allowed to vote at all levels, including national elections and any referendum.

I have lodged an appeal and tomorrow I will file the Grounds for my appeal.

I will not stop, no matter how much the next UK court may order me to pay, depending on the length of the next court procedures – £100,000 or £1,000,000?

How much does a human being's right to vote cost?

I will go all the way to the European Court of Human Rights if need be, until a reasonable remedy is offered to me and almost 2.5 million EU citizens in the UK.

 

PS.

In February and March 2015, I presented my 15 reasons for why EU citizens should be able to vote and stand in the UK Parliamentary Elections, which can be found at www.europeansparty.org/let-us-vote--stand.html

I managed to convince Lord Balfe of Dulwich to introduce a Draft Bill in the House of Lords to allow EU citizens who are resident in the United Kingdom to vote in Parliamentary Elections and to become Members of Parliament: www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/bills/lbill/2015-2016/0027/160027.pdf

 
Best Regards,

Dr. Tommy Tomescu, DMD 
President of the Europeans Party 

Telephone +44 (0)7921 815 478
www.europeansparty.org
www.facebook.com/europeansparty

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Monday, January 18, 2016

Fwd: A Piano Tour de Force - Mihai Ritivoiu and Evgeny Genchev in the Enescu Concerts Series | Thu 4 February, 7pm



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From: Romanian Cultural Institute London <office@icr-london.co.uk>
Date: 18 January 2016 16:38:00 GMT
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Subject: A Piano Tour de Force - Mihai Ritivoiu and Evgeny Genchev in the Enescu Concerts Series | Thu 4 February, 7pm
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A Piano Tour de Force - Mihai Ritivoiu and Evgeny Genchev in the Enescu Concerts Series | Thu 4 February, 7pm
A Celebration of the Piano
The Romanian Cultural Institute and The Enescu Society in London cordially invite you to
Enescu Concerts Season, March Concert
RCI London, Thursday, 4 February, 7pm

Mihai Ritivoiu - piano
Evgeny Genchev - piano

This year's first concert in the 'Enescu Concerts' Series offers an exceptional encounter with two brilliant pianists, Romanian Mihai Ritivoiu and Bulgarian Evgeny Genchev, reunited under the aegis of the composers who have authored some of the most fascinating, memorable piano pieces ever scored.

The event is organised in partnership with
Keyboard Charitable Trust.

Johann Sebastian Bach: Overture in the French style, BWV 831 
Carl Vine: Toccatissimo 
George Enescu: Piano Suite No. 2 In D Major, Op. 10: Pavane 
George Enescu: Regrets 
Frédéric Chopin: Fantasy Op. 61 
Franz Liszt: Après une Lecture de Dante: Fantasia quasi Sonata 
Constantin Silvestri: Six folk dances from Transylvania Op. 4 No. 1 

Free. Seats allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please book your seat on Eventbrite

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Saturday, January 09, 2016

Fwd: Cultural Romania - an Intercultural Celebration| Live Streaming, Poetry, Film | RCI London, 15 Jan | free



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Subject: Cultural Romania - an Intercultural Celebration| Live Streaming, Poetry, Film | RCI London, 15 Jan | free
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Cultural Romania - an Intercultural Celebration| Live Streaming, Poetry, Film | RCI London, 15 Jan | free
Live streaming/ Poetry/ Film
Romania from My Heart


Cultural Romania - An Intercultural Celebration
Friday 15 January 2016, 1-9 pm | RCI London, free

Join us, from noon to dusk, in our celebrations dedicated to Romania's Culture Day, with a series of events exulting the richness of traditions that make up the Romanian soul through poetry, film and music. Featuring Cristina Catalina, Levente Molnar, Dragoş Teglaş and Anda Teglaş.

 'At the Gates of the Sky', a bonanza of traditional gems orchestrated by the beloved folk bard, Grigore Leșe, will be screened live from the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest, followed by a demonstration of the multilingual richness of Romania's poetic tradition with actors Cristina Catalina and Levente Molnar, reading exultant verses by Mihai Eminescu, Nikolaus Lenau and Ady Endre.

The evening will peak with the UK premiere of '13 Shades of Romanian', an encounter with the Romanians whose talents and enthusiasm make Britain a vibrant, inclusive society, followed by a Q&A with the creative team behind it.

Accompanied by a glass of Romanian wine.


Programme:
1pm/ Study and play: a discovery of Romanian culture
5pm/ Live streaming from the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest: 'At the Gates of the Sky', featuring Grigore Leşe
7pm/ Poetry readings with actors Cristina Catalina and Levente Molnar: a selection of poems by Mihai Eminescu, Nikolaus Lenau and 
Ady Endre
7:30pm/ Film screening: '13 Shades of Romanian' + Q&A with Senior Editor Dragoş Teglaş and Creative Director Anda Teglaş
8:30pm/ Wine reception

 

The entrance is free, but it is required to book your free ticket on Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.co.uk

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Sunday, December 06, 2015

Fwd: Revista UNIREA


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Pentru publicare
 
 
EVENIMENT EDITORIAL
 
U N I R E A
 
Periodic de cultură şi artă * Anul I, nr. 1, noiembrie 2015 * ISSN 2066-0952
Editat de Asociaţia "Cercul Cultural Româno-Austriac UNIREA"
Wiener Neustadt Austria. Preşedinte Ioan Godja, redactor-şef Gabriella Costescu
 
            Cercul Cultural Româno-Austriac UNIREA din Wiener Neustadt, fondat în urmă cu 13 ani şi condus de Domnul Ioan Godja, a prezentat – în cadrul sărbătorilor din Austria, dedicate Zilei Naţionale a României „Toamna Culturală Românească în Austria!" –, primul număr al periodicului de cultură şi artă „Unirea" realizat și cu sprijinul redactorilor Postului RadioTv-Unirea, de un colectiv redacțional condus de Doamna Gabriella Costescu.
 
            Evenimentul editorial a fost primit cu interes şi bucurie de cei peste 500 de români şi austrieci, care au fost invitaţi la Festivalul de la Wiener Neustadt.
            Periodicul de cultură şi artă Unirea este o revistă cu apariţie trimestrială, în care sunt și vor fi prezentate, în cele 78 de pagini, creaţii literare, ştiri, informaţii, articole, reportaje, evenimente cultural-artistice,  comentarii ale românilor din ţară şi din străinătate, din dorinţa de a-i uni pe românii de pe întregul mapamond, în spiritul prieteniei şi frăţiei, pentru a trăi în cinste și demnitate, în linişte şi pace, în România și în ţările în care ei au ales să se stabilească.
            Numărul 1 al revistei Unirea cuprinde materiale diverse, semnate de: VIORICA BALAŞ, CRISTIAN BUCUR, FLOARE RANTA CÂNDEA, GABRIELLA COSTESCU, DOINA CRAIU, HANS DAMA, IOAN GODJA, AGNES MARIA ORBAN, CORNEL UDREA  şi de alţi autori. Remarcăm titlurile: Amintind despre Marea Unire, Lacrima de suflet, Cosmos românesc, O viață trăită la radio, Vienezul din Gottlob, Banatul în cuvânt și imagine, Visul vieții sănătoase la Viena, Ziua românilor de pretutindeni sărbătoriă în Austria, O noapte la Veneția pe scena din Mörbisch, Pictorul în pacea culorilor, Cronica vieneză, Lumină lină la Sighișoara,  care merită să fie lecturate cu atenție și interes.
            Numărul 2 al revistei Unirea va apărea în primul trimestru al anului 2016.
 
            Transmitem, în final, felicitări realizatorilor acestui minunat proiect și le dorim, în continuare, mult succes în munca lor nobilă de răspândire a culturii și tradițiilor românești în întreaga lume, pentru recunoașterea valorilor națiunii noastre și pentru demnitatea și mândria  de a ne numi români uniți în cuget și simțiri! – așa cum ne îndemna și Andrei Mureșanu în poezia  Un Răsunet, devenită Imnul național al României:
                        "Români din patru unghiuri, acum ori niciodată
                        Uniţi-vă în cuget, uniţi-vă-n simţiri!..."
 
               Mihai ANTHONY
               Redactor corespondent RadioTv-Unirea,


Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Fwd: 1 Decembrie, ora 20.00 - Deschiderea Centrului Comunitar Roman din Londra

 


La Multi Ani Romani,

Cu ocazia Zilei Nationale a Romaniei va invitam la deschiderea Centrului Comunitar Roman din Londra.

Evenimentul se va desfasura astazi, 1 Decembrie 2015, la ora 19.00.

Adresa este 2 Grand Parade, Forty Ave, Wembley Park, HA9 9JS.


Acest centru va pune la dispozitie un spatiu gratuit pentru desfasurarea unor activitati de interes pentru comunitatea romanilor din Marea Britanie.

Va asteptam la un ceai englezesc, in cinstea unui moment romanesc.

Intrarea este libera.

 

Cu stima,

 

Dr Tommy Tomescu

Coordonator al Centrului Comunitar Roman din Londra


Fwd: You're invited to "Romanian Tradition in Motion Festival II...



Hi ,
 
Thank you so much for supporting so far this event aiming at better knowledge of Romanian Traditions and Culture.
 
 
I will be grateful if you  let me know if you have special guests  for complementary tickets.
 
 I will be happy to reserve their places under your name . Just sent the total number of tickets and you will find them at the door box office. I am looking forward to see you there .
 
Kind regards
Ionela Floor
Romanca Society
 
 
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Romanian Tradition in Motion Festival II edition, London 2015 , 5-6 December 2015, Regent College Wembley & Patidar House , London Road HA9 7EX , London, UK
Saturday, 5 December 2015 at 14:00 to Sunday, 6 December 2015 at 19:00 (GMT)
Regent College Wemmbley & Patidar House Auditorium
22-48 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound)
HA9-7EX
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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Romanian Tradition in Motion Festival II edition,... (5 Dec 2015 - 6 Dec 2015)



 
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Event to be held at the following time, date and location:

Saturday, 5 December 2015 at 14:00
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Sunday, 6 December 2015 at 19:00 (GMT)

Regent College Wemmbley & Patidar House Auditorium
22-48 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound)
HA9-7EX
United Kingdom

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We welcome you to a series of events on 5 & 6 December 2015 during the festival days in London, aiming to celebrate talent and tradition in art and science, in Romania and abroad.

FREE ENTRY EVENTS: 

5 DECEMBER 2015

14.00-16.00  Debate ''Gogu Constantinescu- Romanian contribution to Science '' , 5 December 2015 , Regent College Wembley, 4-28 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound station)

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/romanian-tradition-in-motion-festival-ii-edition-london-2015-debate-gogu-constantinescu-romanian-tickets-19631016900

6 DECEMBER 2015- Patidar House Auditorium, 22 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound station)

14.00-19.00 Visual art exhibition by Sanda Voicu (painting), Ioan Astalus (scupture), Sorin Mihailescu & Vali Ciurea (photo).-Banquet Hall -Free entry

14.00-19.00 Book presentation -''What language will speak Romanians living abroad in 200 years''- Cosmin David, George Smarandache and Ionela Flood- Banquet Hall-Free entry

TICKETED EVENTS AVAILABLE ONLINE OR AT THE DOOR:

6 DECEMBER 2015- Patidar House Auditorium, 22 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound station)

14.00-15 .00 -  ''Maria Tanase'' - theatre play with Adriana Trandafir and George Smarandache- Auditorium-Tickets £10/ concession £5, Free entry for children up to 7 years , please follow the link: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/romanian-traditions-in-motion-festival-ii-edition-london-6-december-2015-maria-tanase-theatre-play-tickets-19632472253

15.30-16.30 pm - Medieval Music show with Rapsodia Bucovinei-Auditorium-Tickets £10/ concession £5, Free entry for children up to 7 years , please follow the link for tickets online:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/romanian-traditions-in-motion-festival-ii-edition-london-6-december-2015-1530-1630-medieval-music-tickets-19633238545

17.00-18.30  - Romanian Tradition in Motion Festival II edition 2015 - Folcloric show with Ioan Creteanu, Gusulei Gheorghina, Popescu Denisa, Ovidiu Svart and Rapsodia Bucovinei- Auditorium-Tickets £10/ concession £5, Free entry for children up to 7 years , please follow the link for tickets online:


We welcome artists that would like to perform in  the festival  as guests. Please sent your demo and details to ionelaflood@gmail.com

Food and drinks will be available to purchase in the Banquet Hall.

Thank you for your support, make sure you book your place and bring with you the ticket for the event that will be scanned at the entry.

Special thanks to our partners and supporters as well our media partners: Fundatia IMAGO, Colectia de Azi, APMCR, Editura Contrast, Joy of Sound and Cultural Ligue for Unity of Romanians Living Abroad Romania.

I am looking forward to see you there,

Kind regards

Romanca Society Team




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Cheers,
Organisers Romanca Society, Rapsodia Bucovinei, Eugen Ionescu Cultural Centre & City Hall Slatina, Interart Centre supported by Regent Group, Contrast, Romani UK, Lixandru, Riverside Group, Asociatia Info Manager, Asturian Association, RTV Unirea.
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