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samedi 22 janvier 2011

MARTINE IN BABASI ȌLDȔ !..MARCEL MARLIER HAS PASSED AWAY...


1950’li yɪllarɪndan beri küçük kɪzlarɪn idolü ‘ MARTINE ‘in

Belçika’lɪ çizeri Marcel Marlier 80 yașɪnda öldü..
Ilk albumünü 1954 yɪlɪnda «Martine à la ferme « adɪyla yayɪnladɪ..
2010 yɪlɪnda 60.ve son albumü olan « Martine et le prince mystérieux» ile sevenlerine veda etti...

http://www.liberation.fr/culture/11011262-martine-le-grand-detournement:i-2

MARCEL MARLIER HAS PASSED AWAY...

Marcel Marlier (born November 18, 1930; died January 18, 2011)
was a Belgian artist and illustrator. He was born in Herseaux, Belgium.
When he was 16, he enroled in decorative art at Saint-Luc de Tournai.
He finished his studies in 1951 with the greatest distinction.
He returned as a teacher two years later.

The Belgium publisher La Procure à Namur organized a drawing contest.
They were interested in finding talented artists to illustrate works for school children.
Marlier won the competition.
Two books resulted from this and these books guided a whole generation
of Belgium children through the first few years of school,
I Read with Michel and Nicole and I Calculate with Michel and Nicole.
Marlier collaboration with La Procure à Namur lasted more than 25 years.

Pierre Servais at Casterman, a Belgium publishing company,
began to notice Marlier's drawings in 1951.
He suggested that Marlier should illustrate a series of books for children.
The result was editions of Alexandre Dumas' adventure books.


This was followed in 1953 by illustrations for a book by Jeanne Cappe
about two very similar rabbits.

Marlier also took part in the Farandole series, intended for children.

From 1954, Marlier illustrated the children's series Martine,
with the stories written by Gilbert Delahaye.
This series spans over 50 issues and has been translated in numerous languages.
In 1969 Marlier also created his own series of children's books,
Jean-Lou and Sophie.

EVOLUTION !...

vendredi 21 janvier 2011

LA BARBE POUR TOUS LES BELGES !..

Komedyen Benoit Poelvoorde ,Bütün Belçika’lɪlara, hükümet kurulana kadar sakal bɪrakma çaǧrɪsɪ yaptɪ !..

dimanche 16 janvier 2011

FOR HRANT DINK !..

ERDOGAN KARAYEL ( GERMANY )
ĺSMAĺL DOĞAN ( BELGIUM )

FOR JUSTICE by SAADET DEMIR YALCIN ( TURKEY )..

Hrant Dink
(September 15, 1954 – January 19, 2007)
was a Turkish-Armenian editor, journalist and columnist.

As editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos (Ակօս), Dink was a prominent member of the Armenian minority in Turkey. Dink was best known for advocating Turkish-Armenian reconciliation and human and minority rights in Turkey; he was often critical of both Turkey's denial of the Armenian Genocide, and of the Armenian diaspora's campaign for its international recognition.Dink was prosecuted three times for denigrating Turkishness, while receiving numerous death threats from Turkish nationalists.

Hrant Dink was assassinated in Istanbul in January 2007, by Ogün Samast, a 17-year old Turkish nationalist. This was shortly after the premiere of the genocide documentary "Screamers" in which he is interviewed about Turkish denial of the Armenian ?Genocide of 1915 and the case against him under article 301. While Samast has since been taken into custody, photographs of the assassin flanked by smiling Turkish police and gendarmerie, posing with the killer side by side in front of the Turkish flag, have since surfaced. The photos created a scandal in Turkey, prompting a spate of investigations and the removal from office of those involved.

At his funeral, two hundred thousand mourners marched in protest of the assassination, chanting "We are all Armenians" and "We are all Hrant Dink". Criticism of Article 301 became increasingly vocal after his death, leading to parliamentary proposals for repeal.

TUNISIAN REVOLUTION by SAADET DEMIR YALCIN ( TURKEY )

http://www.toonpool.com/cartoons/Tunisia_111793