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I took the recipe from a magazine "Practically in the kitchen". I didn't syrup it with coffee as in the original recipe, but with a sugar syrup, and I fried the walnut that I used to decorate it in the oven. It's delicious !!

  • countertop
  • 5 eggs
  • 10 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 5 tablespoons water
  • 5 tablespoons flour
  • 150 gr ground walnuts
  • 1/2 sachet baking powder
  • Cream
  • 200 gr powdered sugar
  • 200 gr mascarpone
  • 200 gr butter
  • 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
  • Syrup
  • 150 ml water
  • 3-4 tablespoons water
  • 1 esenta de rom
  • decoration
  • 100 gr fried but chopped walnuts

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 60 minutes



Rub the powdered sugar well with the yolks and water. Add ground walnuts and flour mixed with baking powder.

Separately, beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt.

Mix the 2 compositions gradually incorporating the egg whites and pour into a round shape greased with oil and lined with flour beforehand.

Bake in the oven for about 40 minutes or after passing the toothpick test.

For mascarpone cream rub the powdered sugar foam with the vanilla sugar and butter. Add the mascarpone and mix until the composition is homogeneous.

Prepare the sugar syrup by mixing all the ingredients in a cup.

After the top has cooled, prick it with a fork (to penetrate the syrup as well as possible) and syrup it.

Take a little cream and grease the top both on the sides and on top.

The remaining cream is introduced in a posh with the help of which we make "moatze" leaving in the middle a free circle in which we will put the nuts fried beforehand and chopped with the knife or given by the robot to the "pulse" function for a few seconds.

We will put chopped walnuts on the edge of the countertop.

It's a delight!

Tips sites


You can also add cocoa in the cream

In Sector 4, the marking of places for residential parking starts

Parking space rental contracts are renewed only after payment of the occupancy fee, at one of the offices of the General Directorate of Local Taxes and Fees Sector 4 (Calea Şerban Vodă no. 43, Strada Străduinţei no. 1) fee that differs depending on area. Thus, for ZONE A (Splaiul Unirii, Bulevardul Libertăţii, Dimitrie Cantemir, Mărăşeşti, Gheorghe Şincai, Tineretului, Văcăreşti, Şerban Vodă, Olteniţei, between Eroii Revoluţiei and Piaţa Sudului), the tariff is 0.21 lei m² / day, ie 76 , 65 lei / year. For ZONE B (Şura Mare, Giurgiului, Drumul Găzarului, Luică, Constantin Brâncoveanu, Turnu Măgurele, Obregia, Emil Racoviţă, Niţu Vasile, Şoseaua Berceni, Olteniţei, between Piaţa Sudului and Ion Iriceanu), the tariff is 0.16 lei m² / day, ie 58, 4 lei / year. For ZONE C (Emperor Trajan, Mincă Dumitru, Melineşti, Bocaccio, Crişul Alb, Târgul Frumos and Ghimpaţi), the tariff is 0.13 lei m² / day, ie 47.45 lei / year. For the renewal of the contract, the citizens are expected at the Parking Service (str. Străduinţei nr. 1, Sector 4), the working hours with the public being on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, between 8.30 - 14.30 and Thursday, between 12.00 - 18.00.

How to fill your mind with something other than the events of The Wild Narcissus: An Apology for Books

You can find them on library shelves, in the hands of more forgetful travelers when it comes to getting off at the destination station and in the divas posts on Instagram & # 8230 when they feel like burning it on a different kind of culture than avocado and quinoa. which fills their posts with healthy recipes cooked by someone else. The books are the mysterious thing you pass by when you head to Zara near the Cărturești in the mall. Their mysterious voice whispers to you to allocate something from the budget for the 20th pair of sneakers and to adorn your mind. The air should only fill the cushions in the soles of your "Airbags", not the head.

But what about these books? & # 8230 And why buy them?I understand that it is somewhat pleasant to hold them in your hand & # 8230 The hundreds of pages crammed between the covers of bookstore volumes will give you the closest experience of holding the Euro bricks you dream of. In fact, if we think about it, these sheets covered in small letters are worth more than green banknotes, as they give you spiritual wealth, the only one that never perishes. But if you are a person who does not care about such philosophical considerations, think that it is better to have books on your shelves than other decorative objects. It's simply easier to dust off without having to move all the statues from exotic destinations that your rich cousin sent you. He was in Barcelona, ​​you in Mangalia, but by reading you have the opportunity to get where he will never be able to go. Such as medieval Japan or the court of Louis XIV & # 8230 Where will you bring as a souvenir those historical anecdotes with which you can make him feel intellectually inferior.

And there's more & # 8230 books do well: When you have people visiting, when you need a quote to show how cult you are on Facebook, when you're on Zoom call with colleagues in the corporation and you want to look smarter and better prepared & # 8230 Pandemic gives you this opportunity you didn't have when you worked in your office cubicle. Just think & # 8230 when you bring someone home you think they will consider you sexier if they see your computer playing PubG 24/7 (or look on the net for shoes you will never afford, in case are you a woman) or if, sitting on your couch with a wine in your hand, you will whisper sweet words about love & # 8230 Paraphrasing Marquez, Ortega Y Gasset or Lorca? & # 8230 And if the duo with whom you share so much the soul, full of intense emotions, as well as the bacterial flora of the mouth, does not taste such diatribes regarding the meaning of love and life & # 8230 does it still make sense to soak the sheets with its perfume & # 8230 so that you wake up every morning with the smell stinging nonsense?

Dear reader, if I took you like Odysseus to the seas and left you prey to the sound of sirens, if I abandoned you in the Minoan labyrinth with no way back (that's what I say at that Cărtureștiul with a twisted color between the shelves with books) & # 8230 do not worry! You will finally return to the abyss of mental awakening. It would be good to take some intellectual wealth with you. Not the other way around, but it might be of use to you someday. Boccacio's decameron. If such a situation does not occur, at least you have something to say about hobbies when you give a job interview or when you want to impress your fiancée's parents. No one is forcing you to read, but if you had the patience to get to the end of this article, a miracle in the digital age & # 8230 I sense a great reader lies hidden in you!

Boccacio - Recipes

The history of Romania is not known in Western Europe and those who visit it now see the material poverty of today, and by no means its millennial cultural and spiritual richness.

In addition, Hungarian propaganda in the United States is based on the millions of dollars of Mr. Soros, who finances publishing houses and opinions in Bucharest, while in Switzerland I heard from a doctor of history (in Geneva, in June 1999) that Transylvania it appeared in the 13th century from a French ambassador in Romania (in Lausanne, in November 1998) that the Romanian people disappeared for 1000 years in order to reappear, miraculously, in the 14th century!

However, no one mentions that the oldest writing in Europe was archaeologically attested in 1961, also in Transylvania, in the village of Tărtăria, on the Mureş River, in Alba County, by Professor Nicolae Vlassa, from the University of Cluj.

Apart from Romania, the Tablets from Tărtăria, dated 4,700 BC, went around the Anglo-Saxon world (Colin Renfrew, Marija Gimbutas) and created heated debates all over the globe. Although Romanians knew how to write 7000 years ago, this essential detail is not even today, after more than 40 years, known to the Romanian public and does not appear in history textbooks.

What do the specialists from Romania tell us?

In 1998, the "History of Romania" (Encyclopedic Publishing House, Bucharest) was published by an academic team under the leadership of an "authority in the field", Prof. Dr. Mihai Bărbulescu, the top of the peaks, from the same University (from Cluj), which does not say that Professor Vlassa discovered the Tablets. On page 15 of this impressive volume, the Tablets from Tartaria are mentioned with the question mark in a very short sentence, without any comment: “In a cult pit from Tartaria, three clay tablets covered with incised signs (writing?), with analogies in Mesopotamia. ”

But Mr. Doesn't Bărbulescu remember that the proto-Sumerian writing appears 1000 years later and that the Cycladic, proto-Greek one, after 3000 years? Did he forget that metallurgy in Europe also appears in Transylvania, around 3500 BC? That the Thracians are the first great Indo-European people to enter Europe around 3500 BC, more than two millennia before the Celts, Etruscans, Romans, Germans or Slavs appeared on the map of Europe? And that the Thracians occupied the whole territory between the Ural and Tatra Mountains from east to west and from the Baltic Sea to the Danube and the Black Sea from north to south? Also, in the same context, no specialist in the history of Romania draws attention to another primordial "detail", namely that the Thracian-Dacian language is thousands of years earlier than Latin (which appears only in the sixth century BC) and that, consequently, the Romanian language is not derived from Latin, because, although from the same family, it exists historically before Latin, so it is a proto-Latin language.

Latin is formed from Etruscan and Greek, which, although both Indo-European, are written in a Phoenician alphabet, widespread in the Mediterranean world of the time. In addition, the Etruscans themselves were a branch of the Celts, descended into the southern Alps around 1200 BC. In turn, the Celts were a branch of the Thracians who migrated to Western Europe, and were named as such, ie Thracians until the sixth century BC, when they moved from Noricum (Austria) to the Swiss Alps, where they are called Helvetians. .

So many ignored details about the origin, continuity and very existence of the Romanian people are thought-provoking.

Who changes and interprets the history of Romania?

In the mosaic of languages ​​and peoples on the map of Europe, the only ones who have a continuity of 9000 years on the same territory, and a writing of 7000 years, are the Romanians of today. Transylvania was not Hungarian and could not be when the ancestors of today's Hungarians lived in northern Mongolia, the Turkish-Finnish source not only of the Hungarians, but also of the Bulgarians (who invaded Romania and the Byzantine territories south of the Danube in the sixth century), of the Turks and Finns of today.

The Huns entered Europe as far as Paris, Rome and Constantinople under Attila in the 5th century, but retreated to the Urals until the 9th century, when they invaded Pannonia again, a territory then occupied by free Dacians (80%) mixed with Slavs ( 20%). The people and the language are therefore much older than the Roman people and the Latin language, but the two languages ​​were very similar, and that is why the assimilation took place so quickly, in a few centuries.

Ovid, a Roman poet exiled to Tomis on the shores of the Black Sea, not only learned if immediately, but in six months he was already writing lyrics in the language of Zalmoxis! The invasion of Dacia, in fact a corridor to the Apuseni Mountains, had as its precise purpose the gold that Emperor Trajan (of Iberian origin) took to Rome to restore the emptied treasure of the Empire. More than 1,000 years later, after the fall of Constantinople to the Turks in 1453, the tribute paid to the Ottoman sultans will also be in gold, in the form of "techins."

Also in gold, certain interests in Romania are paid today, after the national treasure of 80 tons of gold was sold by Ceausescu at auction in Zurich and bought by the Bank of England. The several million Romanians from outside Romania understand and feel now, better than ever, the meaning of the Transylvanian lyrics "Our mountains carry gold, We beg from gate to gate!"

In the same vein, the Byzantine Empire, which lasted more than 1,000 years (330-1453), while Western Europe slept under the yoke of the Roman Church and illiteracy, is completely unknown in these lands. European culture and civilization moved their center from Rome to Constantinople in 330, when Byzantium became the capital of the Roman Empire.

Although the history and language of ancient Greece are studied, the Byzantine Empire is not only completely ignored in European history, but even considered "barbaric" and "uneducated."

No Swiss historian has been able to name a single Byzantine writer, not even Ana Comnena! No one here knows Byzantine culture and civilization, the Orthodox religion ("Orthodox" is a pejorative term in Western languages), much less Romanian history and tradition. The fact that illiteracy did not exist in Byzantium, but existed in Western Europe at the same time, is even more unknown.

The "pagan" academies (Socratic, Pythagorean, Orphic, Druidic, etc.) were all closed in the sixth century, and when universities finally began to appear in the West in the thirteenth century (Oxford, Cambridge, Padua) they were controlled by The Roman Church and studied theology. Only monks and clergy knew the book, enriched themselves by expropriating lands in favor of monasteries, and took power in all Western countries, through missionaryism and proselytism at first (through terror and Inquisition later), until the eleventh century, when the last free country, of Scandinavian Vikings, falls under the power of Papal Rome.

The Italian renaissance appears as a clear and direct consequence of the fall of Constantinople (1453), with the mass emigration of Byzantine scholars to Italy. For example, Cosimo de Medici alone received 5,000 scholars exiled from Byzantium in one year to Florence, where Petrarca, Dante, and Boccacio would soon write, and where Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci would paint.

Meanwhile, Byzantine culture is preserved and cultivated in Romanian countries (for example in Putna), which not only retains its autonomy from the Ottoman Empire, paying it in gold, as usual, but Romanian voivodes send gold to Greece annually for to support Orthodox monasteries (for example on Mount Athos).

In the West, a short history of Romania appears in 1943, written by Mircea Eliade in English in Lisbon and published in Madrid ("The Romanians, a Concise History", Stylos, Madrid, 1943), and republished over another 50 years in Romania ("The Romanians, a Concise History", Roza Vânturilor, Bucharest, 1992).

While the first serious history of Byzantium appears, also in English, only in 1988 (Lord John Julius Norwich, "A Short History of Byzantium", Penguin Books, London, 1988, 1991, 1995, 1997). Despite his willingness to rehabilitate the "mysterious" history of the forgotten Byzantine Empire, unfortunately not even Lord John Julius of Oxford University had access to Byzantine texts for the simple reason that he knew neither Greek, nor old, nor new.

Finally, the question arises why nine millennia, attested by archeology, of uninterrupted civilization on the territory of Romania are ignored not only in Western Europe but also in Romania? What do Romanian historians do? And Romania's representatives abroad? Who promotes the millennial culture of Romania? If dentists, and not Romanian teachers, want to teach Romanian in Geneva, let's not be surprised if teachers will soon open dental practices in the same city. In 1996, when I went to Bucharest to do research in Thracian mythology at the Romanian Academy, to my amazement, I was asked why I am interested in the Thracians and Dacians, when this was the subject of Ceausescu's predilection, for which the subject must now totally ignored. In my turn, I wonder what 50 years of communism matter compared to the 9 millennia of Romanian history?

Text by Prof. Dr. Maria-Luminița Rollé, University of Edinburgh, Academic Consultant in European Mytholgy

INTERCEPTIONS: The names of Antonescu and Ponta, in the Herţanu-Semcu case

The names of the former PNL leader Crin Antonescu and that of the PSD president Victor Ponta appear in the transcripts from the Herţanu-Semcu file, from the intercepted discussions showing that they were informed and talked about the works contracts from Prahova county.

DNA Ploieşti prosecutors detained, on Wednesday, Adrian Semcu, director of SC Hidro Prahova and former vice-president of the Prahova County Council (CJ) in the period 2008-2012, accused of influence peddling in the case of Prime Minister Victor Ponta's brother-in-law , Iulian Herţanu, deputies Sebastian Ghiță, Vlad Cosma and the president of the Prahova County Council, Mircea Cosma.

In the same case, the businessman Gheorghe Boeru, representative of SC Romair Consulting SRL, a company that conducted business with SC Hidro Prahova SA, owned by the Prahova County Council, was also detained, Boeru being accused of bribery, buying influence and evasion fiscal.

The prosecutors' documents show that, starting in 2010, previously and during the procurement procedures for the service and works contracts that were to be concluded within the project with European funds, the rehabilitation and modernization of water and sewerage systems existed in Prahova County. discussions and agreements between several influential persons and with important political support, regarding the realization of the interests aiming at obtaining, illegally, some sums of money from the payments made by the beneficiary of the project, SC Hidro Prahova SA.

The investigators claim that the money was to be received, in the form of commissions, from the approved companies, which each of the persons involved was to support in awarding the contracts by exercising the influence they had at the management and employees of SC Hidro Prahova SA, respectively at the representatives of the Ministry of Environment and Forests with attributions related to the development of the project.

Prosecutors' documents show several interceptions of telephone conversations in 2010 and 2011. In one of these discussions, on January 21, 2011, between Adrian Semcu and Nicoleta Catalina Buzoianu, the two refer to former PNL leader Crin Antonescu and PSD president Victor Ponta discussing the conclusion of the contract for "Technical assistance for project management, design, supervision of works" within the project with European funds. From the discussions it results that Antonescu knew about "all the ins and outs" of Sebastian Ghiţă, and the latter would have spoken to Victor Ponta:

& quotBOZIANU NICOLETA CĂTĂLINA: I talked to this one.

BOZIANU NICOLETA CĂTĂLINA: Well, he even said to solve it like that. half, that is, to give it back.

BOZIANU NICOLETA CĂTĂLINA: And tonight, when he finishes that, that he is going I don't know where, they meet once more, in the evening.

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL: But didn't they give that verdict?


SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL: But what do you think lasts? Or what does he say?

BOZIANU NICOLETA CĂTĂLINA: Me, he says that tonight he would have a clearer answer. At 7, I don't know how he is doing, he said that as he ends up there, he calls me again and if there's anything more to talk about, he'll either go halfway to me or he'll come, or I don't know anything like that.

BOZIANU NICOLETA CĂTĂLINA: That's how I talked to him.

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL: I spoke with comrade CRIN.


SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL: I called him, he didn't answer and in 2 minutes he called me back. Easy, very so. He knows all about GHIŢĂ, but he talked to PONTA. And Băi said to him, it's your problem, I don't give up in Prahova, one is ours. It doesn't matter which (the contract with the association formed by SC GROSSMAN ENGINEERING SRL, managed by the brother-in-law of the Prime Minister Ponta Victor Viorel, Herţanu Iulian Cristian, and SC EURO CONSTRUCT TRADING 98 SRL) was also concluded. he says it all. Dude, to be honest and fair, I think that the county would be more important, that in Ploieşti there is CĂTĂLINA, it is the organization, we still have the level fief. I'm not in trouble. But & icircn county. Exactly my thinking. Know?


Prosecutors present the documents from the investigation and a discussion from September 19, 2011, when Adrian Semcu is contacted by Mihai Ştefănescu and discusses the projects in Prahova County, Ştefănescu says that they are already divided by the "quotmog", which "quotes" that it is about Sebastian Ghiţă. In the discussion, reference is also made to the "little one", the prosecutors mentioning that the reference is to Vlad Alexandru Cosma.

& quotSEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Happy birthday! Live! I wanted to call you because I heard it was your birthday today! Live!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Look, I had an & icircnt & acirclnire and I'm going to another!

MIHAI & ndash We were seeing each other these days.

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Sure, sure!

MIHAI & ndash That & icircncing to & icircncing the spirits, damn & rsquo!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash For which of them?

MIHAI & ndash For all that, the spirits are here!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash And this & hellip this what news is? For better or for worse?

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Am I also to blame?

MIHAI & ndash A! No, no, no, God forbid! Where. that you were taken out of the books! Now, ready, stop presenting & hellip you are no longer up to date!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Very good!

MIHAI & ndash Well, yes, that's what I said!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Let's do another test, although it's a bit long! Let's see who r & acircde in the end!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash & Icircn fund, it is important to be healthy, to live, to drink another squirt from c & acircnd & icircn c & acircnd!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Give yourself a meal with them today, something. do you do

MIHAI & ndash I'm not doing anything but if you want to do it!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash No, MIHAI, I thought you could do it with them, and you're just sticking your tongue out! You know what a man is like.

MIHAI & ndash I don't do anything with anyone, & icircmi put my feet!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash That this old man. today I came to work, because last week I didn't come to work at all, and today I came to work and I was told that last night at Boccacio there was also the mogul but he says that: & laquoIt was already in a more advanced state and I had nothing to talk to him about! & raquo. They were celebrating with BURLACU, because he got married!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash You know !?

MIHAI & ndash Well, the mogul, I think since October 1st he sucked p. & Icirci take that whole toy!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash I've heard this and I'm no stranger! .

MIHAI & ndash I told her from the beginning that this was going to happen and they said that I was bad and that I wanted to hurt them! I said to them, "God forbid." I just look and see and tell you you're going to suck it! & raquo & laquoNo, we don't suck it! & raquo & laquoGood! & raquo

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash And they want to make I don't know what donkeys locally!

MIHAI & ndash Well, yes, that's how I heard the mogul bragging, that was one of them.

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash The mogul?

MIHAI & ndash The mogul says, he & icircparts everything, he does everything, he.

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash That little one & rsquo?

MIHAI & ndash No, that big one, that big one, the big mogul!

MIHAI & ndash That he does all the games, he all. he & icircmparte, he discusses them. I left them alone, to make them, to talk to them, to break them. Not? Isn't that best?

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Yes, interesting, interesting what it will be, we'll see!

MIHAI & ndash Now comes the battle on. you know what!


MIHAI & ndash The battle is over. that everyone is looking to make money now that, in fact, that was it. in fact, interest!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Upcoming auctions, right?

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash And you get somewhere?

MIHAI & ndash Well, I'll get to it all! I mean, I want to get into everything!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Do you go alone or take a partner?

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Do you go alone or take a partner?

MIHAI & ndash No, well, I'll get another partner!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Well, that's what I wanted to propose to you!

MIHAI & ndash Well, I can't go alone. I can't go alone!

MIHAI & ndash And I'm going to do everything, to dare to kick me out!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash They don't, they don't, but you know what? We will have to make a logic! You say you put on p. Don't go and come with.

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Wait a minute! And come with someone & icircn face!

MIHAI & ndash Well, rest assured I know how to do it

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Come on, let's find out, let's find out, I'll tell you! OK we'll talk!

MIHAI & ndash But I'm waiting for someone to call me too! If he doesn't call me, no problem!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Okay, okay!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Okay, let's talk!

MIHAI & ndash. that's how it goes!

MIHAI & ndash It's rumored that they've already shared!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Nothing was shared!

MIHAI & ndash Well, that's how it goes, I'll tell you what I hear!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash What would have been & icircparted, me?

MIHAI & ndash Don't hear that the mogul shared everything!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash & Icircs dec & acirct two taken out!

MIHAI & ndash Well, yes, and they're already & icircparted by the mogul!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Yes, but how to share with them that for now it is only known the specifications and the date of the first auction !?

MIHAI & ndash Okay, go to the fools!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Give him & icircn p. Me! Come on, I'm starting to get angry! We are talking about what we are doing!

SEMCU ADRIAN-EMANUIL & ndash Okay, okay, MIHAI! Happy Birthday! Health! Bye Bye!

The prosecutors specify, in the cited documents, that there is an interest group regarding the activity carried out at the level of SC Hidro Prahova SA, especially regarding the implementation of the project with European financing, formed by Sebastian Ghiţă, Vlad Alexandru Cosma and other persons. Interests regarding the activity of SC Hidro Prahova SA related to the project with European financing also existed on the part of Adrian Semcu, Mircea Roşca and the county councilor Pătraşcu.

"It is obvious that the very high value of the project, namely 200,000,000 euros, has aroused the interest of many, including those mentioned above. The aim was for the tenders to be won by the approved companies, but later, almost any of the participating companies would have won the procurement procedures, one of the interested parties still had an influence on their representatives, an influence that allowed to obtain patrimonial advantages through different companies. & icircn the money circuit & quot, the prosecutors also showed & icircn the cited documents.

The investigators claim that those who decided who won the works within SC Hidro Prahova SA would have been Dumitru Pantea, Mihail Coman, Adrian Semcu and Mircea Roşca.

"The builders paid commissions for the support provided by awarding the contracts, signing the contracts and starting the works and making the payments," the prosecutors said.

Adrian Semcu and Gheorghe Boeru will be presented, on Thursday, to the Court of Cassation and Justice with a proposal for preventive arrest.

According to the prosecutors, between August 2010 and April 2011, in exchange for a sum of money, Adrian Semcu, at that time vice-president of the Prahova County Council, also used the influence he had on the representatives of the management of SC Hidro Prahova SA Ploieşti and In agreement with Gheorghe Boeru, he helped the association of which the company Romair Consulting SRL Bucharest was a part to win a public procurement contract financed mostly from European funds.

The contract, worth 25,085,000 lei, entitled & quotTechnical assistance for project management, design, supervision of works & quot, is part of the European project & quotRehabilitation and modernization of water and sewerage systems & icircn Prahova county & quot, a project whose contracting authority is SC Hidro Prahova SA Ploieşti, a company owned by the Prahova County Council.

In this case, Victor Ponta's brother-in-law, Iulian Herţanu, the independent deputy Sebastian Ghiţă, the PSD deputy Vlad Cosma, the latter's father, the president of the Prahova County Council Mircea Cosma, the local councilor from Ploieşti, Ionuţ Ionescu, are already being prosecuted for corruption offenses and assimilated to corruption. as well as the businessmen Vladimir Ciorbă, Mihail Coman, former county councilor & icircn CJ Prahova, Liviu Munteanu, Ilie Drăgan and Iuliu Virgiliu Roman.

De câteva săptămâni, Semcu deţine funcţia de director al SC Hidro Prahova, firmă ce aparţine Consiliului Judeţean şi prin care se derulează un proiect pe fonduri europene pentru extinderea reţelei de canalizare în mai multe localităţi din judeţ, iar în perioada în care a fost semnat contractul pentru extinderea reţelei de canalizare de la Comarnic, contract ce face obiectul unei anchete a DNA Ploieşti, Semcu deţinea funcţia de vicepreşedinte al Consiliului Judeţean Prahova.

Adrian Semcu a fost, de asemenea, deputat în Parlamentul României, iar pentru o scurtă perioadă de timp a deţinut şi funcţia de prefect al judeţului Prahova.

Gheorghe Boeru este preşedintele firmei Romair Consulting, înfiinţată în anul 1997, care oferă servicii de consultanţă în afaceri şi management, proiectare şi inginerie.

Ce cărţi recomandă muzicienii?

Cartea este cea mai valoroasă operă pe care o vei citi. Nu există cuvinte potrivite pentru a o descrie. Este incredibilă, fiecare pagină conține informație ce poate fi pusă în practică. La fel ca și cărțile prezentate mai jos de muzicieni cunoscuţi de la noi, îți va schimba percepția asupra felului în care trebuie să relaționezi cu oamenii. Sper să fie aşa! Lectură plăcută!

Viorel Burlacu, interpret, compozitor, textier, aranjor

În ultimul timp citesc mai mult literatură de specialitate - sunet, acustică, mixare, masstering, orchestrare, partituri, aranjamente, orchestră simfonică etc. Mai citesc materiale pe teme filosofice, paranormal, energie, dar în ultima vreme studiez entropica şi evoluţia conceptului despre haos. După facultate am lucrat un an de zile în sala de lectură, unde am încercat să citesc ce nu reuşisem. De atunci trăiesc cu sentimentul remuşcării pentru că nu reuşesc să mai citesc sufficient, aşa cum se cuvine să citească un om de artă. Sunt discipolul dnei Claudia Crăciun, ceea ce înseamnă că am fost mereu îndemnaţi şi orientaţi să citim cărţi bune.

Cea mai valoroasă carte pentru mine va rămâne cartea Lui Dumnezeu - Biblia şi cărţile sfinţilor. "Numele trandafirului" de Umberto Eco - nu ştiu de ce - dar mi-a lăsat impresia că e cea mai bună carte pe care am citit-o vreodată. "Puterea sufletului", de Karl Gustav Jung este o carte pe care trebuie s-o citească fiecare. La fel, pot spune despre ceea ce a scris Vladimir Soloviov şi Nicolai Berdeaev. La facultate am citit autori de piese de teatru. Cred că e cea mai bună literatură pentru a "învăţa viaţa" începând cu teatrul antic şi până la cel contemporan. Am rămas profund marcat de scrierile lui Emil Cioran, Eugene Ionesco şi Mircea Eliade. Penultima carte pe care am citit-o este "Sex şi perestroika", de C. Cheianu - din curiozitate. Ultima e "Steaua fără…Mihail Sebastian", de Dumitru Crudu. M-a impresionat. "Viaţa pe muchie de cuţit", de Simion Ghimpu este o carte pe care trebuie s-o citească fiecare cetăţean din Basarabia. Am fost bolnav de Bacovia şi sunt contaminat de Eminescu. Consider extraordinară cartea "Tăierea capului", de Ioan Mânăscurtă. Consider că fiecare carte citită este o discuţie indirectă cu autorul.

Sergiu Musteaţă, director, producător, muzician

Pentru început recomand Bадим Zеланд Tрансерфинг реальности. http://biblioteka.zerkalomira.net/vadim.htm

Cornelia Ştefaneţ, solistă Marcel Stefanet project

Sunt pasionată de romanele de dragoste, momentan citesc romanul "La rascruce de vânturi" de Emily Bronte. Mi-am achiziţionat de curând colecţia ''Romane de dragoste'' ale surorilor Bronte. Printre cărţile preferate sunt: "Eugenie Grandet", de Honore de Balzac, "Raţiune şi simţire", de Jane Austen, "Maestrul şi Margarita", de Mihail Bulgakov, "Cобачье сердце", de Mihail Bulgakov (preferata lui Marcel). Îmi doresc foarte mult să citesc "Razboi şi pace", de Lev Tolstoi şi lista poate continua la infinit, pentru că sunt prea multe cărţi bune în lumea asta pe care, sper, să reuşesc să le citesc în viaţa mea. Am citit şi “Decameronul” de Giovanni Boccacio, dar nu prea e în stilul meu, dar oricum este ceva deosebit de toate celelalte cărţi.

Nicu Ţărnă, actor, muzician

Recomand tuturor să citească literatura românească, în general. Pentru că "literatura românească nu este un fenomen ci un Imperiu", cum zicea Nichita Stănescu. Recomand culegerile de poezii ale lui Eminescu, Stănescu, Minulescu, Blaga. Romanul lui Mihail Sadoveanu, Liviu Rebreanu, Nicolae Dabija. Piesele de teatru ale lui Ion-Luca Caragiale, Mihail Sebastian. Şi, bineînţeles, multi alţii. E incomensurabilă lista. Dacă te apropiii de literatura românească pot spune cu certitudine că te apropii de literatura mondială. Îmi place şi Vadim Zeland, "Transserfing realinosti".

Dianna Rotaru, interpretă

Cartea lui N. Hill, "De la idee la bani". "Secretul autovindecprii", de D.Sevigny" "De ce bărbaţii se însoară cu scorpii", de Sherry Argov "Cartea despre sex", de Osho "Schimbarea destinului personal", de Peggy Mccoll.

Larisa Busuioc, interpretă

''Mândrie şi prejudecată'', de Jane Austen ''Mănâncă, roagă-te, iubeşte'', de Elizabeth Gilbert. Am primit o plăcere deosebită de la această carte aici, am găsit multe răspunsuri la întrebări care mă frământau. ''Dnevnic pameati'', de Nicholas Sparks. Le-am citit în rusă.

Anatol Lupu, compozitor, interpret

Prefer literatura clasică, opera lui Jack London. Psihologic e foarte profund şi destul de uman. În prezent, din păcate, aceste valori nu sunt apreciate.

Pe cine iubeste Robert Turcescu?

Pe misterioasa bruneta cu care s-a sarutat recent intr-un restaurant?

Sau pe Oana Sarbu, pe care o considera cea mai sexy femeie din Romania?

Incurcate sunt caile inimii! La doar cateva ore dupa ce Robert Turcescu declara sec la matinalul lui Catalin Maruta ca Oana Sarbu este, in viziunea lui, cea mai sexy femeie din Romania, paparazzi de la Ciao! l-au surprins pe jurnalist in bratele altei femei. Conform revistei mai sus amintite, tanara se numeste Dana si este studenta la master la Facultatea de Studii Politice.

Episodul romantic a avut loc la restaurantul Boccacio, din Dorobanti, acolo unde cei doi au luat masa, fara sa stie ca exact in fata lor cei de la Ciao! surprindeau pe film toate gesturile tandre dintre ei. Interesant este faptul ca in aceeasi seara, Oana Sarbu declara, la emisiunea Loredanei de la Acasa TV, ca este in sfarsit fericita, alaturi de persoana iubita.

Mai multe fotografii cu cei doi in numarul revistei Ciao! care apare azi pe piata

În Europa de Vest nu se cunoaște istoria Romaniei. ”Contează mai mult 50 de ani de comunism decât 9 milenii de istorie românească”

In Europa de Vest nu se cunoaste istoria Romaniei si cei care o viziteaza acum vad saracia materiala de astazi, si nicidecum milenara ei bogatie culturala si spirituala.

In plus, propaganda maghiara din SUA se bazeaza pe milioanele de dolari ale D-lui Soros, care finanteaza edituri si opinii la Bucuresti, in timp ce in Elvetia am auzit de la un doctor in istorie (la Geneva, in iunie 1999) ca Transilvania a aparut in secolul XIII si de la un ambasador francez in Romania (la Lausanne, in noiembrie 1998) ca poporul roman a disparut timp de 1000 de ani ca sa reapara, ca prin miracol, in secolul XIV!

Cu toate acestea, nimeni nu mentioneaza ca cea mai veche scriere din Europa a fost atestata arheologic in 1961, tot in Transilvania, in satul Tartaria, pe raul Somes, in judetul Alba, de catre Profesorul Nicolae Vlassa, de la Universitatea din Cluj.

In afara de Romania, Tablitele de la Tartaria, datate 4.700 i.e.n., au facut ocolul lumii anglo-saxone (Colin Renfrew, Marija Gimbutas) si au creat dezbateri aprinse pe tot globul. Desi romanii stiau sa scrie acum 7000 de ani, acest detaliu esential nu este nici in ziua de azi, dupa mai mult de 40 de ani, cunoscut publicului romanesc si nu apare in manualele de istorie.

Ce ne spun specialistii din Romania?

In 1998 s-a publicat «Istoria Romaniei» (Editura Enciclopedica, Bucuresti) de catre un colectiv academic sub conducerea unei «autoritati in materie», Prof. dr. Mihai Barbulescu, culmea culmilor, de la aceeasi Universitate (din Cluj), care nu spune ca Profesorul Vlassa a descoperit Tablitele.

La pagina 15 a acestui impresionant volum, Tablitele de la Tartaria sunt mentionate cu semnul intrebarii intr-o foarte scurta fraza, fara nici un comentariu: «Intr-o groapa de cult de la Tartaria, s-au gasit (…) trei tablete de lut acoperite cu semne incizate (scriere?), cu analogii in Mesopotamia.»

Dar Dl. Barbulescu nu-si aduce aminte oare ca scrierea proto-sumeriana apare cu 1000 de ani mai tarziu si ca cea cicladica, proto-greaca, dupa 3000 de ani? El a uitat ca metalurgia in Europa apare tot in Transilvania, in jur de 3500 i.e.n.? Ca tracii sunt primul mare popor indo-european care intra in Europa tot in jur de 3500 i.e.n., cu mai mult de doua milenii inainte ca celtii, etruscii, romanii, germanii, sau slavii sa apara pe harta Europei? Si ca tracii ocupau tot teritoriul intre Muntii Ural si Tatra de la est la vest si de la Marea Baltica la Dunare si Marea Neagra de la nord la sud?

De asemenea, si in acelasi context, nici un specialist in istoria Romaniei nu atrage atentia asupra altui „detaliu” primordial, si anume ca limba traco-dacica este cu mii de ani anterioara latinei (care apare abia in secolul VI i.e.n.) si ca, in consecinta, limba romana nu se trage din latina, pentru ca, desi din aceeasi familie, exista istoric inaintea latinei, deci este o limba proto-latina.

Latina se formeaza din etrusca si greaca, care, desi amandoua indo-europene, sunt scrise cu un alfabet fenician, raspandit in lumea mediterana a epocii.

In plus, estruscii ei insisi erau o bransa a celtilor, coborati in sudul Alpilor in jur de 1200 i.e.n. La randul lor, celtii erau o bransa a tracilor care migrau spre vestul Europei, si erau numiti ca atare, adica traco-iliri pana in secolul VI i.e.n., cand se deplaseaza din Noricum (Austria) spre Alpii elvetieni, unde se numesc helveti.

Atatea detalii ignorate despre originea, continuitatea, si insasi existenta poporului roman dau de gandit. Cine schimba si interpreteaza istoria Romaniei?
In mozaicul de limbi si popoare de pe harta Europei, singurii care au o continuitate de 9000 de ani pe acelasi teritoriu, si o scriere de 7000 de ani, sunt romanii de azi.

Transilvania nu a fost maghiara si nici nu putea fi cand stramosii maghiarilor de azi locuiau in nordul Mongoliei, sursa turco-finica nu numai a ungurilor, dar si a bulgarilor (care navalesc in Romania si in teritoriile Bizantine din sudul Dunarii in secolul VI), a turcilor si a finlandezilor din zilele noastre. Hunii patrund in Europa pana la Paris, Roma si Constantinopole sub Atila in secolul V, dar se retrag spre Ural pana in secolul IX, cand navalesc din nou in Panonia, teritoriu ocupat la acea data de daci liberi (80%) amestecati cu slavi (20%).

Poporul si limba daca sunt deci cu mult mai vechi decat poporul roman si limba latina, dar cele doua limbi erau foarte asemanatoare, si de aceea asimilarea s-a facut atat de repede, in cateva secole.

Ovidiu, poet roman exilat la Tomis pe malul Marii Negre, nu numai ca a invatat daca imediat, dar in sase luni scria deja versuri in limba lui Zalmoxis! Invadarea Daciei, de fapt a unui coridor spre Muntii Apuseni, a avut ca scop precis cele 14 care cu aur pe care Imparatul Traian (de origine iberica) le-a dus la Roma ca sa refaca tezaurul golit al Imperiului.

Peste mai mult de 1000 de ani, dupa caderea Constantinopolului sub turci in 1453, tributul platit sultanilor otomani va fi tot in aur, in forma de “techini”.

Si tot in aur se platesc in ziua de astazi anumite interese in Romania, dupa ce tezaurul national de 80 tone-aur a fost vandut de Ceausescu la licitatie in Zürich si cumparat de Banca Angliei.

Cele 14, nu care romane ci milioane de romani din afara Romaniei inteleg si simt acum, mai bine ca niciodata, sensul versurilor transilvane “Muntii nostri aur poarta, Noi cersim din poarta-n poarta!”
In aceeasi ordine de idei, Imperiul Bizantin, care a durat mai mult de 1.000 de ani (330-1453), in timp ce Europa de Vest dormea sub jugul Bisericii Romane si a analfabetismului, este complet necunoscut pe aceste meleaguri.

Cultura si civilizatia europeana si-au mutat centrul de la Roma la Constantinopole in 330, cand Bizantul devine capitala Imperiului Roman.

Desi se studiaza istoria si limba Greciei antice, Imperiul Bizantin este nu numai complet ignorat in istoria Europei, dar chiar considerat „barbar” si „incult”.

Nici un istoric elvetian nu a fost capabil sa-mi dea un singur nume de scriitor Bizantin, nici macar Ana Comnena !

Nimeni nu cunoaste aici cultura si civilizatia Bizantina, religia ortodoxa (“ortodox” este in limbile occidentale un termen peiorativ), si cu atat mai putin istoria si traditia romana. Faptul, esential, ca analfabetismul nu exista in Bizant, dar exista in Europa de Vest in aceeasi perioada, este si mai necunoscut.

Academiile “pagane” (socratice, pitagorice, orfice, druidice etc.) au fost toate inchise in secolul VI, iar cand in cele din urma universitatile au inceput sa apara in Occident in secolul XIII (Oxford, Cambridge, Padova) ele erau controlate de Biserica Romana si studiau teologia.

Numai calugarii si clericii stiau carte, se imbogateau prin exproprierea de pamanturi in favoarea manastirilor, si luau puterea in toate tarile vestice, prin misionarism si prozelitism la inceput (prin teroare si Inchizitie mai tarziu), pana in secolul XI, cand ultimul tinut liber, al vikingilor din Scandinavia, cade sub puterea Romei Papale.

Renasterea italiana apare ca o consecinta clara si directa a caderii Constantinopolui (1453), cu emigrarea in masa a savantilor Bizantini catre Italia.

De exemplu, numai Cosimo de Medici primeste 5000 de savanti exilati din Bizant intr-un singur an la Florenta, acolo unde in curand vor scrie Petrarca, Dante si Boccacio, si unde vor picta Michelangelo si Leonardo da Vinci.

Intre timp, cultura Bizantina este pastrata si cultivata in tarile Romane (de exemplu la Putna), care nu numai ca isi pastreaza autonomia fata de Imperiul Otoman, platind-o in aur – ca de obicei -, dar voevozii romani trimit anual aur in Grecia pentru a sustine manastirile ortodoxe (de exemplu la Muntele Athos).

In Occident, o scurta istorie a Romaniei apare in 1943, scrisa de Mircea Eliade in engleza la Lisabona si publicata la Madrid (“The Romanians, a Concise History”, Stylos, Madrid, 1943), si republicata peste alti 50 de ani in Romania (“The Romanians, a Concise History”, Roza Vanturilor, Bucuresti, 1992).

In timp ce prima istorie serioasa a Bizantului apare, tot in engleza, de abia in 1988 (Lord John Julius Norwich, “A Short History of Byzantium”, Penguin Books, London, 1988, 1991, 1995, 1997).

Cu toata bunavointa lui de a reabilita “misterioasa” istorie a uitatului Imperiu Bizantin, din nefericire nici macar Lord John Julius, de la Universitatea din Oxford, n-a avut acces la texte Bizantine, pentru simplul motiv ca nu stie greaca, nici veche nici noua.

In final, se pune intrebarea de ce noua milenii, atestate arheologic, de civilizatie neintrerupta pe teritoriul Romaniei sunt ignorate nu numai in Europa de Vest dar si in Romania? Cu ce se ocupa istoricii romani? Si reprezentantii Romaniei peste hotare?

Cine promoveaza cultura milenara a Romaniei? Daca dentistii, si nu profesorii de romana, vor sa faca scoli in romana la Geneva, sa nu ne miram daca profesorii vor deschide in curand cabinete dentare in acelasi oras.

In 1996, cand am fost la Bucuresti pentru a face cercetari in mitologia tracica la Academia Romana, spre uimirea mea, mi s-a pus intrebarea de ce ma intereseaza tracii si dacii, cand acesta era subiectul de predilectie a lui Ceausescu, fapt pentru care subiectul trebuie acum total ignorat.

La randul meu, ma intreb ce conteaza 50 de ani de comunism in comparatie cu cele 9 milenii de istorie romaneasca?

Prof. dr. Maria-Luminita ROLLÉ
Universitatea din Edinburgh
Academic Consultant in European Mytholgy

În spațiu, ca și pe Pământ, cel mai important combustibil sunt banii

În concluzie, toți cei 3 giganți din domeniul ingineriei astronautice se confruntă cu obstacole substanțiale în temerara lor tentativă de a dezvolta o sondă lunară inovatoare. Cele mai vizibile sunt obstacolele tehnice. Este nevoie de construcția unor noi motoare de rachete și de validarea unor noi tehnologii, precum realimentarea în spațiu. Toate în concordanță cu o agendă foarte strânsă pentru a putea respecta termenul limită 2024.

Totuși, companiile rămân optimiste cu privire la respectarea agendei. Mai greu de convins este însă Congresul american. Unii membri sunt sceptici că abordarea NASA de a trimite oameni pe Lună până în 2024, grație unor parteneriate în cadrul industriei, este cea adecvată. Pentru 2021 se estimează că Congresul va aproba un fond special de finanțare în valoare de 1 miliard de dolari, deși suma totală necesară implementării proiectului este de 3.2 miliarde de dolari. În spațiu, ca și pe Pământ, cel mai important combustibil sunt banii.

Noua fabrică Bulgari Winery vine pe piața moldovenească

În prezent, fabrica Bulgari Winery propune șase produse din seria Frizzante și anume vinurile albe Moscato, Grigio, Flori, rose Rosetto, roșii Fragolino și Bocaccio.

Anul trecut, în Tvardița, raionul Taraclia, s-a deschis o fabrică de producere a vinurilor spumante &ndash Bulgari Winery, deținută de holdingul Vinimpex (acesta mai are două fabrici de coniac în Moldova și întreprinderi în Rusia, Bulgaria, Franța, Italia și Elveția). Primele sale produse erau destinate exportului. Acum însă, acestea se vând și pe piața moldovenească.

Tânărul producător a reușit instant să atragă atenția consumatorilor locali. Vinurile spumante sunt îmbuteliate într-un mod neobișnuit, sticlele având capace cu filet. Până în prezent, astfel de capace apăreau doar pe vinuri simple. Fabrica Bulgari Winery propune șase vinuri Frizzante (perlate), produse prin aplicarea metodei de fermentare secundară în rezervoare. Totuși, acestea diferă de alte vinuri spumante: presiunea în sticlă este mai scăzută, iar însuși lichidul este mai puțin saturat cu dioxid de carbon. Anume acest fapt a asigurat posibilitatea folosirii capacului pe sticlă, înlocuind dopul de plută. Așa, consumatorul poate să păstreze vinul rămas nebăut în sticla închisă.

Seria conține vinuri albe Moscato, Grigio, Flori, rose Rosetto, roșii Fragolino și Bocaccio. După cum afirmă șeful secției de producție al fabricii Bulgari Winery, Dorin Mîndru, care timp de patru ani a ocupat postul de tehnolog la o companie de producere a vinurilor spumante din Italia, băuturile sunt destinate consumului zilnic în perioada caldă a anului. Spre deosebire de spumanții folosiți doar cu ocazia sărbătorilor, Frizzante sunt mai puțin pretențioase, fine și pot fi consumate în timpul lunch-ului sau cinei de vară. Vinurile sunt făcute în baza tehnologiei italiene, iar la procesul de producție au participat specialiști din Italia.

Materia primă culeasă de pe plantațiile de viță-de-vie, situate în preajma fabricii, tehnologii moderne și utilaje performante asigură vinurilor o calitate superioară. Fabrica a fost construită în locul unei vinării vechi, fondate în anul 1877. În perioada sovietică, spațiul era destinat depozitării vinurilor. Anul trecut însă, în locul clădirilor vechi a apărut o nouă vinărie. Producția este exportată în SUA, UE, China, Kazahstan, Ucraina, Belarus, Vietnam, La moment se fac pregătiri pentru exportarea primului lot de vinuri spumante în Japonia.

Video: Meraviglioso Boccaccio 2015 (June 2022).


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