Kenal - Richest Man In The Room by Frank Ocean (cover) http://www.kenalsworld.com/ - WEBSITE http://www.twitter.com/kenalmusic - TWITTER h...
Kenal - Richest Man In The Room by Frank Ocean (cover) http://www.kenalsworld.com/ - WEBSITE http://www.twitter.com/kenalmusic - TWITTER http://www.facebook.com/kenalmusic - FACEBOOK http://www.myspace.com/kenalmusic - MYSPACE Less
Kenal - Richest Man In The Room by Frank Ocean (cover)nnGot a heart full of gold, that I ownnThe clothes on my back and a pant suitnI contr...
Kenal - Richest Man In The Room by Frank Ocean (cover)nnGot a heart full of gold, that I ownnThe clothes on my back and a pant suitnI control my own moneynYou wouldn't even tell the differencenBut I just can't sketch the feelingnI get when you're not homenOr recreate the paintingsnYou've hung onto my souln[Bridge:]nOh, oh but I bet they're worth millionsnOh, beautiful works of lovenOh, I'm a go to all the fancy placesnAll the fancy people andnThey can't tell me nothing, nothingn[Chorus:]nCause they all want what I gotnAnd I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younThey can't buy what I gotnCause I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younI'm the richest man in the roomn[Lyrics from www.EasyLyrics.org]nI'm the richest man in the roomnI'm the richest man in the roomnShe got a heart made of glassnWhat's inside of this like hidden in a bottlenNow what would that be worth in your museumnRecently we tradednAnd now that hearts my ownnAnd since we're sewed togethernI feel like I got bothn[Bridge:]nOh, and I bet they're worth millionsnOh, beautiful works of lovenOh, I'm a go to all the fancy placesnAll the fancy people andnThey can't tell me nothing, nothingn[Chorus:]nCause they all want what I gotnAnd I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younThey can't buy what I gotnCause I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younI'm the richest man in the roomnI'm the richest man in the roomnI'm the richest man in the roomnTime itself wants what I gotnSo I don't care about what you've gotnAll I know is my girl is specialnYou make me better, babynYou make me happy, babynNobody needs to remind me exactly why I'mnThe richest man in the roomn[Chorus:]nCause they all want what I gotnAnd I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younThey can't buy what I gotnCause I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younCause they all want what I gotnAnd I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younThey can't buy what I gotnCause I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younI'm the richest man in the roomnI'm the richest man in the roomn[Lyrics from www.EasyLyrics.org]nI'm the richest man in the roomnTime itself wants what I gotnSo I don't care about what you've gotnAll I know is my girl is specialnYou make me better, babynYou make me happy, babynNobody needs to remind me exactly why I'mnThe richest man in the roomn[Chorus:]nCause they all want what I gotnAnd I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younThey can't buy what I gotnCause I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younCause they all want what I gotnAnd I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younThey can't buy what I gotnCause I ain't got nothing but younNothing but you, nothing but younI'm the richest man in the roomnI'm the richest man in the roomnI'm the richest man in the room nnnhttp://www.kenalsworld.com/ - WEBSITEnhttp://www.twitter.com/kenalmusic - TWITTERnhttp://www.facebook.com/kenalmusic - FACEBOOKnhttp://www.myspace.com/kenalmusic - MYSPACEnn*No copyright infringement intended, I am not the writer and original publisher of this song and sound audio. All rights to the record ( Richest Man In The Room) belong to UMG and Frank Ocean. Less
"The richest man in India, Mukesh Ambani, moved into his new home in Mumbai, which is 27 stories high and valued at approximately 630 millio...
"The richest man in India, Mukesh Ambani, moved into his new home in Mumbai, which is 27 stories high and valued at approximately 630 million GBP.nnAmbani, his wife and three children moved into a building named after the mythical island, Antilia.nnThe home boasts a health club, gym, dance studio, a studio, a ballroom, guest rooms, a range of lounges and a 50 seat cinema.nnThe roof sports helicopter pads. There is also underground parking for 160 cars, which will come in handy for guests at Ambani's upcoming housewarming party.nnThe 53-year old tycoon is not only the richest man in India, but the fourth in the entire world." Less
Close the doornShut the world awaynAll the fights gone from this wounded heartnAcross the floornDreams and shadows playnLike wind blown refu...
Close the doornShut the world awaynAll the fights gone from this wounded heartnAcross the floornDreams and shadows playnLike wind blown refugeesnnCall the mannWho deals in love beyond repairnHe can heal the worldnOf hearts in need of carenShine a light aheadnWhen the next step is unclearnCall the mannHes needed herennI close my eyesnI remember whennYour sweet love filled this empty roomnThe tears I crynWont bring it back againnUnless the lonely star should fallnnCall the mannWho deals in love beyond repairnHe can heal the worldnOf hearts in need of carenShine a light aheadnWhen the next step is unclearnCall the mannHes needed herennNeeded in the chaos and confusionnFrom the plains to city hallnNeeded where the proud who walk the wire are set to fallnnCall the mannWho deals in once upon a timenMaybe henCan mend this broken heart of minenShine a light aheadnNow the future isnt clearnCall the mannHes needed herenCall the mannHes needed herennHes needed herenHes needed herenCall the mannnHes needed herenRight here right now Less
Presenter: SmartScarecrow and random Skype call ins Estimated time: 30 minutes Had a fellow all lined up to do my show on January 26th. Seem...
Presenter: SmartScarecrow and random Skype call ins Estimated time: 30 minutes Had a fellow all lined up to do my show on January 26th. Seemed like a nice fellow who had a pretty interesting gadget that lit up a bunch of LED's powered by a hamster running on a wheel. Hey, when you are producing an alternative energy show and need experimenters who are willing to show off thier projects to keep your audience happy, you sometimes take what you can get! In any case, after seeing Andrea Rossi interviewed on The SmartScarecrow show, this fellow calls me up and tells me, "No way I am going to follow Andrea Rossi on your show ... maybe in a month or two!". hmmmm .... First of all, that paragraph above was intended as a joke! There is no guy with a hamster wheel out there lighting LED's ... at least I don't think so. If there is, have him contact me! Second, I have to credit Sterling Allan of http://pesn.com with scoring the interview with Andrea Rossi. Sterling has had previous dealings with the man and Rossi trusts him. The only reason the interview was hosted on The SmartScarecrow Show is because I have the technical ability to do it and the big alternative media outlets could not schedule it in a timely manner. Thanks Sterling! Third, all I can say is wow! I think the interview went very well. Sterling was very well prepared and Rossi, though he kept his trade secrets intact, was very forthcoming in his description of his plans for the eCat. Having listened to just about every interview the man has given, I think this one is probably the best one I have heard. The fact that it was broadcast live on The SmartScarecrow Show and published to the Scarecrow Labs YouTube channel is a matter of some pride. The live broadcast was very well attended. We had about 40 logged into the chat room and as many 285 watching live on Justin TV. It appears that there may have been as many as 1000 watching the show from third party sites that echo the live broadcast. I think the last time I saw numbers like that was when Ozzie Freedom of Water for Gas fame was a guest on the show. So it was easy to get excited with so many live views. Then the YouTube view count started coming in. Sterling had talked me into publishing the interview right after it was aired live. I sort of wanted to hold it back and use it as the feature presentation on the live show scheduled for January 19th 2012. But Sterling made a good argument so it was published to all on demand locations about 2 hours after the live interview was completed. Within 24 hours, I sort of figured out that I was going to need a new topic for the show on January 19th. Within 48 hours total viewer count was exceeding 5000. In just three days after publishing, total viewer count was well on its way to 10,000. When I checked this morning, views on YouTube alone was over 10,000 and its still climbing. hmmmm .... Ok, so the Rossi interview was a "HIT" it seems. I am not totally surprised as the technology Andrea Rossi is putting forward is exciting. It could be the "game changer" many of us have hoped for. And for all his flaws, Rossi comes off as a pretty sharp business man who knows how to put an organization together. So he not only has an exciting technology, he also has the business skills required to get right into fray and win against competition. The future of Andrea Rossi and his eCat could be very bright indeed. And if he is successful, many will benefit. And Andrea Rossi could deservedly nudge Bill Gates out of his "richest man in the world" seat. Go get 'em Andrea !!! But this leaves me with a dilemma. I thought I had a really cool feature presentation to put on for the show of January 19th but at this point it looks like the on demand views have pretty much reached "market saturation". A rebroadcast of the interview as planned would probably bore most to tears. Ok ... think fast ... hmmm ... GOT IT !!! Let's do a sequel !!! Just like Arnold and Stallone !!! yeah, yeah, that's the ticket ... Well, not really a sequel, but a talking head review. Rossi discussed some rather exciting news during the interview. Just the fact that they have figured out how to get it to work without a canister of hydrogen was news worthy. There was much to digest from the interview that required a little time to consider. So tonight we talk about it. Participation from the live audience is hoped for. Would like to get opinions and ideas from as many as possible. First, if you have not already seen the live interview, head over to YouTube and watch it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RP5cG-36Bag Second, if you have an opinion or just have something you want to get off your chest, add "thesmartscarecrowshow" to your Skype contacts list. The whole last half of the show tonight will be devoted to Skype call ins from live viewers. Hope to give as many as we have time for an opportunity to state their case. Hope we can discussion of the pros and the cons as all positions need to be considered. Third, have fun ... none of us are paid a dime for being involved in this stuff ... we do it because we enjoy it and because we feel an obligation to give back to the society that we are a part of. We know that individually we will not change the world. But enough drops of water can become a tidal wave under the right conditions. Become part of the wave. Less
((Lines)) Audrey 1. Roxie? Is that you? 2. OMG guys...Long time, no see 3. (Angry) Are you serious?! NO BODY CARES IF YOUR DAD IS RICH! Roxi...
((Lines)) Audrey 1. Roxie? Is that you? 2. OMG guys...Long time, no see 3. (Angry) Are you serious?! NO BODY CARES IF YOUR DAD IS RICH! Roxie 1. That doesn't surprise me. 2. (Whispering) Um...Does anyone want to go around the campfire? 3. Make up your mind...GEEZ! Larissa 1. Audrey? OMG It's you! We haven't seen each other...(Sarcastic)........ in like years! 2.I'M SO EXCITED! WE HAVE THE SAME ROOM! 3. Pink....That's the style...hehe... Amanda 1. My father is the richest man ever! 2. (Disgusted) Eww...She's such a nerd! 3. I can't take it anymore... I want them out! Valerie 1. Cute shorts! Are you interested in joining our crew? 2. (Excited) Marshmallows? Count me in! 3. I'm not fat.....Fine....I did put on alittle pounds! (Crying) I hate my life! Cassidy 1. Oh...Um...Don't worry about me...I like to stay in the corner...Out of people's way.... 2. (soft voice) Oh...It's Cassidy by the way... 3. Marshmallows? No I'm allergic. Victoria 1.Hello everyone...Welcome to Sunnyville Camp 2. I'm Victoria Banks! Less
For Joe Presley, and all those who dearly love him. Written by: Therese (Presley-Walker) and Ben Walker Performed by: Ben Walker Lyrics: You...
For Joe Presley, and all those who dearly love him. Written by: Therese (Presley-Walker) and Ben Walker Performed by: Ben Walker Lyrics: You should have seen him with his family and his friends The way he'd lightened up the room He was never one to Criticize or judge He just took you the way that you were They can't figure why he's hanging on so long Why he wont check out of this game He was always the one to see things through He never was a walkaway Joe Chorus And if you feel like going, just let go and slip away. You don't need to worry Dad I'm gonna be OK . You didn't raise me to be small or be afraid It's alright Joe, walk away Leaving is never easy so they say You don't want to see me here alone But it's only Just the blink of an eye And another round again He never knew a stranger and worked hard all his life And if ask him what he loved the most He'd say my daughter and my wife Never did ask for much , he had he could want He said I must be the richest man upon gods earth I know that you'll be waiting One more green that's left to play time and space between will surely fades away You'll put your arms around me and we'll start a brand new day Together you and Me, Joe-walk away Less
Pls subscribe for the best in news and entertainment out there. Thanks for Watching and Comments. Thanks to ABC News for the Story. Well not...
Pls subscribe for the best in news and entertainment out there. Thanks for Watching and Comments. Thanks to ABC News for the Story. Well not since the invention of the frozen Margarita -- a business model taken advantage of spring break in such an eye opening way. Girls gone wild took these skin flashing antics of judgment challenge co -- Capture them on video and then sold them on late night infomercials. The idea enough to create a multi million dollar empire but that franchise recently filed. For Chapter Eleven bankruptcy thanks in part -- the very expensive legal battles of the man behind the debauchery. Here's ABC's nick -- Joseph Francis is looking like -- He made millions with his young women in these. Cameras Joseph -- suspended -- and girls gone walk and which just filed for bankruptcy in an LA courtroom why. Because Vegas big -- Steve -- wanted to 500 richest man on our planet wants is money thank god it. And Joseph Francis this smut peddler whose Steve -- casino owner a -- thirteen million dollars. -- cold -- seen it is an understatement the guys -- over two billion he's mister Vegas and beyond demand. It's a wild west -- truly stranger than fiction a five year legal clash of the titans complete with what a jury -- to be false accusations. Of -- merger. They. It's stated that he was gonna get hit me in the back of the head with a shovel and bury me in the desert. It's hard to believe. That anybody sitting in that room. Could come to any other conclusion. Than ... Less
Only Built 4 Cuban Linxnn[Rae] No tricks, no tricks babyn[Nas] Yeah, aiyyo Raen[Ghf] Check it out y'alln[Nas] It's the sciencen[Ghf]...
Only Built 4 Cuban Linxnn[Rae] No tricks, no tricks babyn[Nas] Yeah, aiyyo Raen[Ghf] Check it out y'alln[Nas] It's the sciencen[Ghf] Fly wonderfuln[Rae] Yeah y'alln[Nas] Tony Starks and umm Lex Diamondsn[Ghf] Tony Starks, my nigga Nasn[Rae] Strength my whole team is eatin off this type of shitn[Nas] For all the fake niggaz out there, yaknahmeann[Ghf] Word upn[Rae] Good shit, nigga next time, no more whatever shitn[Nas] Fakes be celebratin but they be mistakenn[Ghf] Word to the wisen[Rae] Keep your eyes open and your wallet in your front pocketn[Ghf] All types of shit, yo sonn[Rae] Rock it, RZA Chef Ghost and Nas niggaz is the prophetn[Nas] Tell em it's on right?n[Ghf] Show those crabs how to rhymen[Rae] RZA Chef Ghost and Nas niggaz is the prophetn[Ghf] It's only like five percent out of a hundredn[Rae] RZA Chef Ghost and Nas niggaz is the prophetn[Ghf] Do it to em babynnVerse One: NasnnThrough the lights cameras and action, glamour glitters and goldnI unfold the scroll, plant seeds to stampede the globenWhen I'm deceased, by then the beast arise like yeastnto conquer peace leaving savages to roam in the streetsnLive on the run, police paying me to give in my gunnTrick my Wisdom, with the system that imprisoned my sonnSmoke a gold leaf I hold heat, nonchalantlynI'm grungy, but things I do is real it never haunts menwhile, funny style niggaz roll in the pilenRooster heads profile on a bus to Riker's IslenHoldin weed inside they pussy with they minds on thenpretty things in life, props is a true thug's wifenIt's like a cycle, niggaz come home, some'll go innDo a bullet, come back, do the same shit againnFrom the womb to the tomb, presume the unpredictablenGuns salute life, rapidly, that's the ritualnnVerse Two: Raekwon the ChefnnPerhaps bullets bust niggaz discuss mad moneynTrue lies and white guys, we can see it through the eyesnCatch the most on tape, kilos disintegratenPyrex pots, we break, fiends lickin platesnIn the building niggaz building, like little children starinnThem older niggaz aint carinnSirens circlin fiends are lurkin in your baggagenoh, one's gone now, what, smack him in his cabbagenIn the woodwork, crack cells bubble like Woolworth'snin the projects, richest niggaz rockin all the real worthnPolice questioning, rooftop cats invested innTradin in they Lexus' GS's sendin messagesnTwo and two makes four, Cristal's crazily pournGun wars my crew phantom like swordsnnVerse Three: Ghostface KillernnWith the green leathers, hunded pound snakes and cakesnFiends found in lakes, jeolously Jakes we shakenWhat I strive for is what I live fornInfatuated by material things, and it's wild like for warnlike somewhere over the rainbow, I see a big pot of goldnFuture stacks yo I holdnThousands of cracks bagged up inside the shoeboxnDon't keep jack in my lap, don't wanna see TupacnGot two spots, a new lot, flooded with rocksnShoot-outs making me hot, crooked cops Bad Tony and the ball dropnIn the Now, I'm bangin niggaz for slide timenHurry up Duke I'm next, show em minenAnd what the fuck is you looking at?nBy the way young blood, hit me off with that Green Bay hatnWatch your back inside the hall, new niggaz slide throughnlike doors yo, you're starin in the mess hallnYour adrenaline runs, cigarette niggas be swindlinnNew jacks surrenderin, come home not rememberinnMade bail with different size kicks on, a white dress shirtnLookin gay in the yard, and you got hurtnFlashbacks, of the day room, mop ringer stylenYour faggot ass got bashed tryin to turn the dialnYou told your boo you was whylinnOnce you heard Wu, out of the blue, your family's from ShaolinnHigh class cooks, throw on vestes out of phone booksnInfirmary niggas are screaming, "I got drugs!"nSharpen toothbrushes 190 mixed with baby oil and shitnYour man's in the kitchen stashing ice picksnWell I'ma end this with a big red cherry on topnMe, Nas and Rae got the best product on the blocknn[Rae] Strength my whole team is eatin off this type of shitn[Ghf] Word up, throw your hands upn[Rae] Good shit, nigga next time, no more whatever shitn[Ghf] Cock back the Mac an say whatevern[Rae] Keep your eyes open and your wallet in your front pocketn[Ghf] Your Hawaiian's stale, exoticness, fly shitn[Rae] RZA Chef Ghost and Nas niggaz is the prophetn[Ghf] Floatin on in nine-five in the basement Less
vedic physics - fabrication of aryan invasion theory a devavision production http://www.devavision.org/ http://www.archaeologyonline.net/art...
vedic physics - fabrication of aryan invasion theory a devavision production http://www.devavision.org/ http://www.archaeologyonline.net/artifacts/scientific-verif-vedas.html A very interesting documentary which deals with aryan invasion theory fabrication, and explaining vedic Indian discoveries covering mathematics and physics, what newton, pythagorus and many others discovered was already had been found by ancient Indians hundred of years ago but credit for that was not given due to racial discrimination. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Indians predated Newton 'discovery' by 250 years Dr George Gheverghese Joseph from The University of Manchester says the 'Kerala School' identified the 'infinite series'- one of the basic components of calculus - in about 1350. The discovery is currently - and wrongly - attributed in books to Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibnitz at the end of the seventeenth centuries. The team from the Universities of Manchester and Exeter reveal the Kerala School also discovered what amounted to the Pi series and used it to calculate Pi correct to 9, 10 and later 17 decimal places. And there is strong circumstantial evidence that the Indians passed on their discoveries to mathematically knowledgeable Jesuit missionaries who visited India during the fifteenth century. That knowledge, they argue, may have eventually been passed on to Newton himself. Dr Joseph made the revelations while trawling through obscure Indian papers for a yet to be published third edition of his best selling book 'The Crest of the Peacock: the Non-European Roots of Mathematics' by Princeton University Press. He said: "The beginnings of modern maths is usually seen as a European achievement but the discoveries in medieval India between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries have been ignored or forgotten. "The brilliance of Newton's work at the end of the seventeenth century stands undiminished - especially when it came to the algorithms of calculus. "But other names from the Kerala School, notably Madhava and Nilakantha, should stand shoulder to shoulder with him as they discovered the other great component of calculus- infinite series. "There were many reasons why the contribution of the Kerala school has not been acknowledged - a prime reason is neglect of scientific ideas emanating from the Non-European world - a legacy of European colonialism and beyond. "But there is also little knowledge of the medieval form of the local language of Kerala, Malayalam, in which some of most seminal texts, such as the Yuktibhasa, from much of the documentation of this remarkable mathematics is written." He added: "For some unfathomable reasons, the standard of evidence required to claim transmission of knowledge from East to West is greater than the standard of evidence required to knowledge from West to East. "Certainly it's hard to imagine that the West would abandon a 500-year-old tradition of importing knowledge and books from India and the Islamic world. "But we've found evidence which goes far beyond that: for example, there was plenty of opportunity to collect the information as European Jesuits were present in the area at that time. "They were learned with a strong background in maths and were well versed in the local languages. "And there was strong motivation: Pope Gregory XIII set up a committee to look into modernising the Julian calendar. "On the committee was the German Jesuit astronomer/mathematician Clavius who repeatedly requested information on how people constructed calendars in other parts of the world. The Kerala School was undoubtedly a leading light in this area. "Similarly there was a rising need for better navigational methods including keeping accurate time on voyages of exploration and large prizes were offered to mathematicians who specialised in astronomy. "Again, there were many such requests for information across the world from leading Jesuit researchers in Europe. Kerala mathematicians were hugely skilled in this area." Source: University of Manchester http://www.physorg.com/news106238636.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made. Albert Einstein. India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grand mother of tradition. Mark Twain. If there is one place on the face of earth where all dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India . French scholar Romain Rolland.Voltaire Francois Marie Arouet (1694-1774) France's greatest writer and philosopher wrote: " I am convinced that everything has come down to us from the banks of the Ganges, - astronomy, astrology, metempsychosis, etc." " It is very important to note that some 2,500 years ago at the least Pythagoras went from Samos to the Ganges to learn geometry...But he would certainly not have undertaken such a strange journey had the reputation of the Brahmins' science not been long established in Europe..." Friedrich von Schlegel (1772-1829) German philosopher, critic, and writer, declared in 1803: "Everything without exception is of Indian origin.." "whether directly or indirectly, all nations are originally nothing but Indian colonies." (source: The Invasion That Never Was - By Michel Danino and Sujata Nahar p. 12 - 13 and 90 - 91). Refer to Voltaire, Lettres sur l'origine des sciences et sur celle des peuples de l'Asia (first published Paris, 1777), letter of 15 December 1775. and Voltaire, Fragments historiques sur l'linde, p. 444 - 445------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ No trace of “demographic disruption” in the North-West of the subcontinent between 4500 and 800 BCE; this negates the possibility of any massive intrusion, by so-called Indo-Aryans or other populations, during that period. Deep late Pleistocene genetic link between contemporary Europeans and Indians, provided by the mtDNA haplogroup U, which encompasses roughly a fifth of mtDNA lineages of both populations. Our estimate for this split [between Europeans and Indians] is close to the suggested time for the peopling of Asia and the first expansion of anatomically modern humans in Eurasia and likely pre-dates their spread to Europe.” Haplogroup U, being common to North Indian and “Caucasoid” populations, was found in tribes of eastern India such as the Lodhas and Santals, which would not be the case if it had been introduced through Indo-Aryans. Such is also the case of the haplogroup M, another marker frequently mentioned in the early literature as evidence of an invasion: in reality, haplogroup M occurs with a high frequency, averaging about 60%, across most Indian population groups, irrespective of geographical location of habitat. Tribal populations have higher frequencies of haplogroup M than caste populations.” - U.S. anthropologists Kenneth Kennedy, John Lukacs and Brian Hemphill. mtDNA haplogroup “M” common to India (with a frequency of 60%), Central and Eastern Asia (40% on average), and even to American Indians; however, this frequency drops to 0.6% in Europe, which is “inconsistent with the ‘general Caucasoidness’ of Indians.” This shows, once again, that “the Indian maternal gene pool has come largely through an autochthonous history since the Late Pleistocene.” U haplogroup frequency 13% in India, almost 14% in North-West Africa, and 24% from Europe to Anatolia. “Indian and western Eurasian haplogroup U varieties differ profoundly; the split has occurred about as early as the split between the Indian and eastern Asian haplogroup M varieties. The data show that both M and U exhibited an expansion phase some 50,000 years ago, which should have happened after the corresponding splits.” In other words, there is a genetic connection between India and Europe, but a far more ancient one than was thought. If one were to extend methodology used to suggest an Aryan invasion based on Y-Dna statistics to populations of Eastern and Southern India, one would be led to an exactly opposite result: “the straightforward suggestion would be that both Neolithic (agriculture) and Indo-European languages arose in India and from there, spread to Europe.” - Twenty authors headed by Kivisild - Archaeogenetics of Europe - 2000. Geneticist Toomas Kivisild led a study (2003) in which comparisons of the diversity of R1a1 (R-M17) haplogroup in Indian, Pakistani, Iranian, Central Asian, Czech and Estonian populations. The study showed that the diversity of R1a1 in India, Pakistan, and Iran, is higher than in Czechs (40%), and Estonians. Kivisild came to the conclusion that "southern and western Asia might be the source of this haplogroup": "Haplogroup R1a, previously associated with the putative Indo-Aryan invasion, was found at its highest frequency in Punjab but also at a relatively high frequency (26%) in the Chenchu tribe. This finding, together with the higher R1a-associated short tandem repeat diversity in India and Iran compared with Europe and central Asia, suggests that southern and western Asia might be the source of this haplogroup". “Given the geographic spread and STR diversities of sister clades R1 and R2, the latter of which is restricted to India, Pakistan, Iran, and southern central Asia, it is possible that southern and western Asia were the source for R1 and R1a differentiation. ” - Kivilsid - 2003 “The sharing of some Y-chromosomal haplogroups between Indian and Central Asian populations is most parsimoniously explained by a deep, common ancestry between the two regions, with diffusion of some Indian-specific lineages northward.” “The Y-chromosomal data consistently suggest a largely South Asian origin for Indian caste communities and therefore argue against any major influx, from regions north and west of India, of people associated either with the development of agriculture or the spread of the Indo-Aryan language family.” “Southern castes and tribals are very similar to each other in their Y-chromosomal haplogroup compositions.” As a result, “it was not possible to confirm any of the purported differentiations between the caste and tribal pools,” a conclusion that directly clashes with the Aryan invasion theory which purports that male European Aryans chased tribal adivasis and aboriginals down south. “For me and for Toomas Kivisild, South Asia is logically the ultimate origin of M17(Y-DNA Haplogroup R1a, associated with the male Aryan invasion theory) and his ancestors; and sure enough we find the highest rates and greatest diversity of the M17 line in Pakistan, India, and eastern Iran, and low rates in the Caucasus. M17 is not only more diverse in South Asia than in Central Asia, but diversity characterizes its presence in isolated tribal groups in the south, thus undermining any theory of M17 as a marker of a ‘male Aryan invasion’ of India. One average estimate for the origin of this line in India is as much as 51,000 years. All this suggests that M17 could have found his way initially from India or Pakistan, through Kashmir, then via Central Asia and Russia, before finally coming into Europe.” -Stephen Oppenheimer ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- F. Max Muller speaks of the colonization of Persia by the Hindus. Discussing the word 'Arya', he says: "But it was more faithfully preserved by the Zoroastrians, who migrated from India to the North-west and whose religion has been preserved to us in the Zind Avesta, though in fragments only. He again says: "The Zoroastrians were a colony from Northern India." (source: Science of Language - By Max Muller p. 242-253). Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeran says: "In point of fact that Zind is derived from the Sanskrit, and a passage to have descended from the Hindus of the second or warrior caste." (source: Historical researches into the politics, intercourse, and trade of the Carthaginians, Ethiopians, and Egyptians - By A. H. Heeren Volume II p. 220). Sir William Jones writes: "I was not a little surprised to find that out of words in Du Perron's Zind Dictionary, six or seven were pure Sanskrit." (source: Sir William Jones' Works Volume I p. 82-82). Louis Jacolliot (1837-1890), who worked in French India as a government official and was at one time President of the Court in Chandranagar, translated numerous Vedic hymns, the Manusmriti, and the Tamil work, Kural. This French savant and author of La Bible Dans L'Inde says: "With such congruence before us, no one, I imagine, will appear to contest the purely Hindu origin of Egypt, unless to suggest that: "And who tells you that it was not Indian that copied Egypt? Any of you require that this affirmation shall be refuted by proofs leaving no room for even a shadow of doubt "To be quite logical, then deprive India of the Sanskrit, that language which formed all other; but show me in India a leaf of papyrus, a columnar inscription, a temple bas relief tending to prove Egyptian birth." 1.1 Peter Von Bohlen (1796 – 1840), a German Indologist, in his two volume monumental work Ancient India with special reference to Egypt compared, at length, ancient Egypt with India. He thought there was a cultural connection between the two in ancient times. Egypt being at the receiving end. Heinrich Karl Brugsch agrees with this view and writes in his History of Egypt that, "We have a right to more than suspect that India, eight thousand years ago, sent a colony of emigrants who carried their arts and high civilization into what is now known as Egypt." The Egyptians came, according to their records, from a mysterious land (now known to lie on the shores of the Indian Ocean)." Col. Henry Steel Olcott, a former president of the Theosophical Society, who explained in a March, 1881 edition of The Theosophist (page 123) that: "We have a right to more than suspect that India, eight thousand years ago, sent a colony of emigrants who carried their arts and high civilization into what is now known to us as Egypt...This is what Bengsch Bey, the modern as well as the most trusted Egyptologer and antiquarian says on the origin of the old Egyptians. Regarding these as a branch of the Caucasian family having a close affinity with the Indo-Germanic races, he insists that they 'migrated from India before historic memory, and crossed that bridge of nations, the Isthus of Suez, to find a new fatherland on the banks of the Nile." 1.2 Many others have also written on similar lines (e.g. El Mansouri, Sir William Jones, Paul William Roberts, and Adolf Eramn). Max Muller had also observed that the mythology of Egyptians (and also that of the Greeks and Assyrians) is wholly founded on Vedic traditions. Eusebius, a Greek writer, has also recorded that the early Ethiopians emigrated from the river Indus and first settled in the vicinity of Egypt. The Egyptians came, according to their own records, from a mysterious land...on the shore of the Indian Ocean, the sacred Punt; the original home of their gods...who followed thence after their people who had abandoned them to the valley of the Nile, led by Amon, Hor and Hathor. This region was the Egyptian 'Land of the Gods,' Pa-Nuter, in old Egyptian, or Holyland, and now proved beyond any doubt to have been quite a different place from the Holyland of Sinai. By the pictorial hieroglyphic inscription found on the walls of the temple of the Queen Haslitop at Der-el-babri, we see that this Punt can be no other than India. For many ages the Egyptians traded with their old homes, and the reference here made by them to the names of the Princes of Punt and its fauna and flora, especially the nonmenclature of various precious woods to be found but in India, leave us scarcely room for the smallest doubt that the old civilization of Egypt is the direct outcome of that the older India." (source: Theosophist for March 1881 p. 123). It is believed that the Dravidians from India went to Egypt and laid the foundation of its civilization there. the Egyptians themselves had the tradition that they originally came from the South, from a land called Punt, historian of the West, Dr. H.R. Hall The Indus Valley civilization is, according to Sir John Marshall who was in charge of the excavations, the oldest of all civilizations unearthed (c. 4000 B.C.) It is older than the Sumerian and it is believed by many that the latter was a branch of the former. Adolf Erman (1854-1937) author of Life in ancient Egypt and A handbook of Egyptian religion, says that the persons who were responsible for a highly developed Egyptian civilization were from Punt, an Asiatic country, a description of which is unveiled by this scholar from the old legends - a distant country washed by the great seas, full of valleys, incense, balsum, precious metals and stones; rich in animals, cheetahs, panthers, dog-headed apes and long tailed monkeys, winged creatures with strange feathers to fly up to the boughs of wonderful trees, especially the incense tree and the coconut trees. Dr. Erman further says that analyzing the Egyptian legends makes it clear that from Punt the heavenly beings headed by Amen, Horus and Hather, passed into the Nile valley...To this same country belongs that idol of Bes, the ancient figure of the deity in the Land of Punt. Klaus K. Klostermaier, in his book A Survey of Hinduism p. 18 says: "For several centuries a lively commerce developed between the ancient Mediterranean world and India, particularly the ports on the Western coast. The most famous of these ports was Sopara, not far from modern Bombay, which was recently renamed Mumbai. Present day Cranganore in Kerala, identified with the ancient Muziris, claims to have had trade contacts with Ancient Egypt under Queen Hatsheput, who sent five ships to obtain spices, as well as with ancient Israel during King Soloman's reign. Apparently, the contact did not break off after Egypt was conquered by Greece and later by Rome. Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeren (1760-1842) an Egyptologist has observed: "It is perfectly agreeable to Hindu manners that colonies from India, i.e., Banian families should have passed over Africa, and carried with them their industry, and perhaps also their religious worship." "Whatever weight may be attached to Indian tradition and the express testimony of Eusebius confirming the report of migrations from the banks of the Indus into Egypt, there is certainly nothing improbable in the event itself, as a desire of gain would have formed a sufficient inducement." (source: Historical Researches - Heeran p. 309). Louis Jacolliot has written: “Egypt received from India, by Manes or Manu, its social institutions and laws, which resulted in division of the people into four castes, and placing the priest in the first rank; in the second, kings; then traders and artisans; and last in the social scale, the proletaire – the menial almost a slave.” Gustav Oppert (1836-1908) born in Hamburg, Germany, he taught Sanskrit and comparative linguistics at the Presidency College, Madras for 21 years. He was the Telugu translator to the Government and Curator, Government Oriental Manuscript Library. He wrote a book Die Gottheiten der Indier ("The Gods of the Indians") in 1905. In his book Oppert discussed the chief gods of the Aryans and he compares Aditi with Egyptian Isis and the Babylonian Ea. (source: German Indologists: Biographies of Scholars in Indian Studies writing in German - By Valentine Stache-Rosen. p.81-82). We are not completely in the dark on the question of Indian influence on Greece. Speaking of ascetic practices in the West, Professor Sir Flinders Petrie (1853-1942) British archaeologist and Egyptologist, author of Egypt and Israel (1911) observes: "The presence of a large body of Indian troops in the Persian army in Greece in 480 B.C. shows how far west the Indian connections were carried; and the discovery of modeled heads of Indians at Memphis, of about the fifth century B.C. shows that Indians were living there for trade. Hence there is no difficulty in regarding India as the source of the entirely new ideal of asceticism in the West." Friedrich Wilhelm, Freiherr von Bissing (1873-1956) wrote: "The land of Punt in the Egyptian ethnological traditions has been identified by the scholars with the Malabar coast of Deccan. From this land ebony, and other rich woods, incense, balsam, precious metals, etc. used to be imported into Egypt." (source: Prehistoricsche Topfen aus Indien and Aegypten - By Friedrich Wilhelm, Freiherr von Bissing. Chapter VIII ). Sir William Jones says: "Of the cursory observations on the Hindus, which it would require volumes to expand and illustrate, this is the result, that they had an immemorial affinity with the old Persians, Ethiopians and Egyptians, the Phoenicians, Greeks, and Tuscans, the Scythians, or Goths, and Celts, the Chinese, Japanese, and Peruvians." (source: Asiatic Researches - volume I p. 426). Michel Danino (b. June 4, 1956 at Honfleur), is a French‐born Indian author who has been living in Tamil Nadu, India since 1977. He participated in the translation and publication of the works of Sri Aurobindo and of The Mother. Danino also edited India's Rebirth (a selection from Sri Aurobindo's works about India, first published in 1993, translated into nine Indian languages) and India the Mother. He engaged himself also for the preservation of tropical rainforest in the Nilgiri Hills. In 2001, he convened the International Forum for India's Heritage (IFIH), having over 160 eminent founder members, with the mission of promoting the essential values of India's heritage in every field of life. In The Invasion that Never Was (2000), he has criticized the "Aryan invasion theory" and its proponents, instead opting for the notion of "Indigenous Aryans". Danino asserts that Aryans are indigenous to India. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * India invented the Number System. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta. * The World's first university was established in Takshashila in 700BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects. The University of Nalanda built in the 4th century BC was one of the greatest achievements of ancient India in the field of education. * Sanskrit is the mother of all the European languages. Sanskrit is the most suitable language for computer software - a report in Forbes magazine, July 1987. * The art of Navigation was bornin the river Sindhu 6000 years ago. The very word Navigation is derived from the Sanskrit word NAVGATIH. The word navy is also derived from Sanskrit 'Nou'. * Bhaskaracharya calculated the time taken by the earth to orbit the sun hundreds of years before the astronomer Smart. Time taken by earth to orbit the sun: (5th century) 365.258756484 days. * The value of pi was first calculated by Budhayana, and he explained the concept of what is known as the Pythagorean Theorem. He discovered this in the 6th century long before the European mathematicians. * Algebra, trigonometry and calculus came from India. Quadratic equations were by Sridharacharya in the 11th century. The largest numbers the Greeks and the Romans used were 106 whereas Hindus used numbers as big as 10**53(10 to the power of 53) with specific names as early as 5000 BCE during the Vedic period. Even today, the largest used number is Tera 10**12(10 to the power of 12). * IEEE has proved what has been a century old suspicion in the world scientific community that the pioneer of wireless communication was Prof. Jagdish Bose and not Marconi. * The earliest reservoir and dam for irrigation was built in Saurashtra. According to Saka King Rudradaman I of 150 CE a beautiful lake called Sudarshana was constructed on the hills of Raivataka during Chandragupta Maurya's time. * Sushruta is the father of surgery. 2600 years ago he and health scientists of his time conducted complicated surgeries like cesareans, cataract, artificial limbs, fractures, urinary stones and even plastic surgery and brain surgery. Usage of anesthesia was well known in ancient India. Over 125 surgical equipment were used. Deep knowledge of anatomy, physiology, etiology, embryology, digestion, metabolism, genetics and immunity is also found in many texts. * The place value system, the decimal system was developed in India in 100 BC. --------------------------------- 1. India invented the Number system. Pingalacharya invented ‘zero.’ in 200 BC. 2. Indians discovered the size, shape, rotation and gravity of earth about 1000 years before Kelvin,Galileo,Newton and Copper Nicus. Aryabhatta I was the first to explain spherical shape,size ,diameter,rotaion and correct speed of Earth in 499 AD. 3. Newton’s law of Gravitational force is an ancient Indian discovery. In Siddhanta Siromani ( Bhuvanakosam 6 ) Bhaskaracharya II described about gravity of earth about 400 years before Sir Isaac Newton. 4. Bhaskaracharya II discovered Differential calculus. 5. Theory of Continued Fraction was discovered by Bhaskaracharya II. 6. The place value system, the decimal system was developed in India in 100 BC. 7. Indians discovered Arithmetic and Geometric progression. Arithmetic progression is explained in Yajurveda. 8. Govindaswamin discovered Newton Gauss Interpolation formula about 1800 years before Newton. 9. Vateswaracharya discovered Newton Gauss Backward Interpolation formula about 1000 years before Newton. 10. Madhavacharya discovered Taylor series of Sine and Cosine function about 250 years before Taylor. 11. Madhavacharya discovered Newton Power series. 12. Madhavacharya discovered Gregory Leibnitz series for the Inverse Tangent about 280 years before Gregory. 13. Madhavacharya discovered Leibnitz power series for pi about 300 years before Leibnitz. 14. Parameswaracharya discovered Lhuiler’s formula about 400 years before Lhuiler. 15. Nilakanta discovered Newton’s Infinite Geometric Progression convergent series. 16. Theorems relating the diameter,volume and circumference of circles discovered by Madhavacharya, Puthumana Somayaji, Aryabhatta, Bhaskaracharya……. 17. The value of pi was first calculated by Aryabhatta I in 499 AD,ie more than 1350 years before Lindemann 18. Boudhayana discovered Pythagorus Theorem in 800BC. ie 300 years before Pythagorus. 19. Algebra, trigonometry and calculus came from India. Quadratic equations were by Sridharacharya in the 11th Century. 20. While the Greeks were using only upto a maximum value 1000, Indians could go upto 18th power of 10 level during Vedic period. 21. Infinity was well known for ancient Indians. BhaskaracharyaII in Beejaganitha (stanza-20) has given clear explanation with examples for infinity 22. Positive and Negative numbers and their calculations were explained first by Brahmagupta in his book Brahmasputa Siddhanta. 23. Sterling formula was discovered by Brahmagupta about 1000 years before Sterling. 24. Demovier’s theorem of positive integral was discovered by Brahmagupta in 628 A.D, i.e around 1000 years before Demovier. 25. Puthumana Somayaji discovered Demovier’s infinite series in 1140 AD,i.e more than 200 years before Demovier. 26. Maharshi Sushruta is the father of surgery. 2600 years ago he and health scientists of his time conducted surgeries like cesareans, cataract, fractures and urinary stones. Usage of anesthesia was well known in ancient India. He was the first person to perform plastic surgery. 27. When many cultures in the world were only nomadic forest dwellers over 5000 years ago, Indians established Harappan culture in Sindhu Valley (Indus Valley Civilization). 28. The world’s first University was established in Takshila in 700BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects. The University of Nalanda built in the 4th century BC was one of the greatest achievements of ancient India in the field of education. 29. According to the Forbes magazine, Sanskrit is the most suitable language for computer software. 30. Ayurveda is the earliest school of medicine known to humans. 31. Although western media portray modern images of India as poverty stricken and underdeveloped through political corruption, India was once the richest empire on earth. 32. According to the Gemmological Institute of America, until 1896, India was the only source of diamonds to the world. 33. USA based IEEE has proved what has been a century-old suspicion amongst academics that the pioneer of wireless communication was Professor Jagdeesh Bose and not Marconi. 34. The earliest reservoir and dam for irrigation was built in Saurashtra. 35. Chess was invented in India. 36. The first philosopher who formulated ideas about the atom in a systematic manner was Kanada who lived in the 6th century B.C. 37. All the atomic reactors in the world are in Shiva Linga Shape which is an Indian contribution. 38. Padanjali maharshi discovered Sound waves. 39. Yoga is an ancient Indian gift to the world. 40. Shayanacharya discovered velocity of light. 41. Maharshi Bharadwaja discovered different types of light rays. 42. Maharshi Bharadwaja was the first person to give definition about aeroplane. He explained about different types aeroplanes in his book “Vimana Thantra” about 2000 years before Right Brothers. 43. Maharshi Bharadwaja discovered spectrometer. In his “Yantra Sarvaswa” he explained about more than 100 instruments. 44. The different colours of light, VIBGYOR are mentioned in Rigveda which was written more than 6000 years ago. 45. Maharshi Charaka discovered Psychology and Quantum healing system. 46. Varahamihira discovered the concept of “Budding of plants”. 47. Varahamihira discovered Comets in 505 AD, i.e more than 1100 years before Haley. 48. Gouthama Maharshi discovered the wave nature of sound about 1400 years before Hyghen. 49. Seven continents are mentioned in Padmapurana. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Early indologists wished to control & convert the followers of Vedic Culture, therefore they widely propagated that the Vedas were simply mythology. Max Muller, perhaps the most well known early sanskritist and indologist, although later in life he glorified the Vedas, initially wrote that the "Vedas were worse than savage" and "India must be conquered again by education... it's religion is doomed" Thomas Macaulay, who introduced English education into India wanted to make the residents into a race that was: "Indian in blood and color, but English in taste, in opinion, in morals, and in intellect." However, the German Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer stated that the Sanskrit understanding of these Indologists was like that of young schoolboys. These early Indologists: • Devised the Aryan Invasion theory, denying India's Vedic past • They taught that the English educational system is superior • They intentionally misinterpreted sanskrit texts to make the Vedas look primitive. • And they systematically tried to make Indians ashamed of their own culture • Thus the actions of these indologists seems to indicate that they were motivated by a racial bias. Facts - • There is no evidence of an Aryan homeland outside of India mentioned anywhere in the Vedas. On the contrary, the Vedas speak of the mighty Sarasvati River and other places indigenous to India. To date, no evidence for a foreign intrusion has been found, neither archaeological, linguistic, cultural nor genetic. • There are more than 2,500 Archaeological sites, two-thirds of which are along the recently discovered dried up Sarasvati River bed. These sites show a cultural continuity with the Vedic literature from the early Harrapan civilization up to the present day India. • Several independent studies of the drying up of the Sarasvati River bed, all indicate the same time period of 1,900 B.C.E. • The significance of establishing this date for the drying up of the Sarasvati River is, that it pushes the date for the composition of the Rig Veda back to approximately 3,000 B.C.E., as enunciated by the Vedic tradition itself. • The late dating of the Vedic literatures by indologists is based on speculated dates of 1,500 B.C.E. for the Aryan Invasion and 1,200 B.C.E. for the Rig Veda, both now disproved by scientific evidence. http://www.archaeologyonline.net/artifacts/scientific-verif-vedas.html http://www.sol.com.au/kor/16_01.htm http://www.stephen-knapp.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Center for Indic Studies July 3, 2006 Press Release Scientists Collide with Linguists to Assert Indigenous origin of Indian Civilization Comprehensive population genetics data along with archeological and astronomical evidence presented at June 23-25, 2006 conference in Dartmouth, MA, overwhelmingly concluded that Indian civilization and its human population is indigenous. In fact, the original people and culture within the Indian Subcontinent may even be a likely pool for the genetic, linguistic, and cultural origin of the most rest of the world, particularly Europe and Asia. Leading evidences come from population genetics, which were presented by two leading researchers in the field, Dr. V. K. Kashyap, National Institute of Biologicals, India, and Dr. Peter Underhill of Stanford University in California. Their results generally contradict the notion Aryan invasion/migration theory for the origin of Indian civilization. Underhill concluded "the spatial frequency distributions of both L1 frequency and variance levels show a spreading pattern emanating from India", referring to a Y chromosome marker. He, however, put several caveats before interpreting genetic data, including "Y-ancestry may not always reflect the ancestry of the rest of the genome" Dr. Kashyap, on the other hand, with the most comprehensive set of genetic data was quite emphatic in his assertion that there is "no clear genetic evidence for an intrusion of Indo-Aryan people into India, [and] establishment of caste system and gene flow." Michael Witzel, a Harvard linguist, who is known to lead the idea of Aryan Invasion/migration/influx theory in more recent times, continued to question genetic evidence on the basis that it does not provide the time resolution to explain events that may have been involved in Aryan presence in India. Dr. Kashyap's reply was that even though the time resolution needs further work, the fact that there are clear and distinct differences in the gene pools of Indian population and those of Central Asian and European groups, the evidence nevertheless negates any Aryan invasion or migration into Indian Subcontinent. Witzel though refused to present his own data and evidence for his theories despite being invited to do so was nevertheless present in the conference and raised many questions. Some of his commentaries questioning the credibility of scholars evoked sharp responses from other participants. Rig Veda has been dated to 1,500 BC by those who use linguistics to claim its origin Aryans coming out of Central Asia and Europe. Archaeologist B.B. Lal and scientist and historian N.S. Rajaram disagreed with the position of linguists, in particular Witzel who claimed literary and linguistic evidence for the non-Indian origin of the Vedic civilization. Dr. Narahari Achar, a physicist from University of Memphis clearly showed with astronomical analysis that the Mahabharata war in 3,067 BC, thus poking a major hole in the outside Aryan origin of Vedic people. Interestingly, Witzel stated, for the first time to many in the audience, that he and his colleagues no longer subscribe to Aryan invasion theory. Dr. Bal Ram Singh, Director, Center for Indic Studies at UMass Dartmouth, which organized the conference was appalled at the level of visceral feelings Witzel holds against some of the scholars in the field, but felt satisfied with the overall outcome of the conference. "I am glad to see people who have been scholarly shooting at each other for about a decade are finally in one room, this is a progress", said Singh. The conference was able to bring together in one room for the first time experts from genetics, archeology, physics, linguistics, anthropology, history, and philosophy. A proceedings of the conference is expected to come out soon, detailing various arguments on the origin of Indian civilization. Less
And he called me sisternThe word unholy in his mouthnThis man with feet upon my shouldersnSoft hands upon my throatnThat rages at the sharpn...
And he called me sisternThe word unholy in his mouthnThis man with feet upon my shouldersnSoft hands upon my throatnThat rages at the sharpness of his 'sister' so soft a word turned harsh upon the tongue of this mannWho is no brother of mine.nWhat familiar familial scene does he hope to reproduce with his sister, brother, comrade?nWhat claim has he to be a kindred spirit, what blood connection?nHis SISTER resounding, sounding my silences in a room of men where hearing my voice is their choice, never my ownnHis SISTER shouted over our battle-cry, reminding us that it is the class-war that's our fight and while women should have rights that's not quite top of the listnHis SISTER a certainty in his idealised unrealised world view where the few aren't the richest but he'll still call women bitches and ask what about the men?nAnd when a woman is raped, where is he heard? In the written word denouncing her as a slag slut whore but still he's SURE he can call me SISTERnThe word a blistering festering sore on my solidarity, as he seeks to speak for me while ignoring me, takes my skills and takes the credit but it's all in the spirit of unity.nAnd I, who used to sneer at sisterhoodnLearnt its meaning in that momentnFound a foothold for myself with that well-meaning mannSo blinded by the brotherhood of privilegenHe did not see that his sisternIs exactly what I'm not Less
Dubai, one of the richest of the Gulf states. In the harbour we look at the expensive yachts that are moored there and in the distance two l...
Dubai, one of the richest of the Gulf states. In the harbour we look at the expensive yachts that are moored there and in the distance two large hotel blocks are visible, the camera passes through the harbour and we see men standing on the yachts. A large bank building which is along the water's edge which then pulls back to reveal the larger area which is surrounded by new buildings. The camera pans round where we can see the whole city and the port, the narrator says that a lot of Dubai's wealth has come from it being a free port. We then see a side shot of the mass of vessels that fill the port, large concrete buildings line the water's edge. William Loose, Britain's ambassador meets with Sheikh Rasid, the ambassador is wearing a dinner suit, the Sheikh wears a head scarf (kafiyyeh) as does a man in the background. The Sheikh is Dubai's wealthy ruler and we see him in close up, a man around fifty with a stubbly beard. In a busy room the ambassador shakes hands with assorted people while moving to the front of the room where he sits down, the people in the room are largely Arabs, all wearing white headscarves, some Western delegates are there as well. We see a long table where delegates from either side sit eating a meal, the narrator tells us that Britain is trying to encourage the Arab states to form an alliance amongst themselves for protection. Side shot of an elderly Arab delegate as they discuss the matters at hand, the narrator tells us that some have agreed to ... Less
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