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Iaca Ție... O Inimă Nouă )

Iaca Ție... O Inimă Nouă )Mi se intimplase de mai multe ori să nu fiu înteleasă, să fiu trădată, ignorată. Dar era o zi aparte cînd lovitura venea de la cel mai drag om! Poate stiți cum e cînd armaghjidonul e nimic in comparatie cu ce simți? Cind se pare că ai rămas singur în fața uraganului, fără vise, fără credință, fără speranță si nici să respiri nu poți și nici să mori n-ai voie? Inima mea era frintă?! Nu! Inima mea era ruptă și împrăștiată în tot corpul! Căutam un loc unde să plîng, să înjur tot universul, să urlu de disperare si nu era asa un loc!

M-am ascuns sub o plapumă în speranța că voi fi lăsată în pace și plîngeam pe ascuns... era seară, mergea spre noapte și tot ce mai aveam în față era Dumnezeu caruia nu stiam ce să-i spun! Mi-am închipuit ca stau pe pieptul LUI, încercînd să mă liniștesc. Într-un tîrziu am îndrăznit să-i vorbesc! Nu eram capabilă să gîndesc, nici nu eram prezentă.

"Tată, iartă-mă pentru ce simt, dar nu pot să mai merg înainte! Nu cred că pot și mai am putere sa iubesc, inima mea este zdrobită, Dă-mi o altă inimă, te rog dă-mi o altă inimă ca să pot iubi din nou!" am repetat așa pînă am adormit!

A doua zi m-am trezit și am început sa-mi caut durerea prin gînduri, dar nu era!!! Am mai verificat de citeva ori ce simt și nu era nici urmă de ură, de critică, de disperare... Citeva minute nu puteam înțelege nimic! Am închis ochii și m-am gindit la omul drag care ieri seara nu mai era drag! Acum, dimineatza simțeam din nou inima plină de dragoste față de el si certitudinea că totul poate fi depășit, că totul va fi bine!

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Se spune că prin legalizarea acestor mariaje nu vom fi privaţi de niciun drept.
Este o minciună!

Mărturia Unei Tinere Din Canada, Crescută De Un Cuplu Gay: Căsătoriile Între Homosexuali Erodează DREPTURILE FUNDAMENTALE

Când se vorbeşte despre căsătoriile între homosexuali inevitabil în discuţie intră şi copiii. Pentru că obiectivul lobby-ului LGBT rămâne dreptul cuplurilor gay de a adopta copii.

Puţini sunt cei care, după ce au fost crescuţi de doi taţi sau de două mame, ajung, din diverse motive, să-şi povestească experienţa, anii pe care care i-au trăit privaţi de absenţa mamei sau, după caz, a tatălui.
O astfel de experienţă a dorit să o împărtăşească lumii şi celor care luptă pentru drepturile homosexualilor Dawn Stefanowicz. O tânără din Canada,  ţară care a legalizat mariajele între homosexuali din 2005, crescută de un cuplu gay. Este autoarea cărţii "Out From Under: The Impact  of Homosexual Parenting" şi una dintre vocile care s-au pronunţat împotriva legalizării căsătoriilor între persoane de acelaşi sex în Statele Unite, denunţând faptul că aceste mariaje erodează drepturile fundamentale ale cetăţeanului.

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1. Oleg Savenkov and Mihail Calestru, as members of the religious organsiation known as the Unification Church from 2008 to the present, acted in strict accordance with the provisions both of the Charter of the Unification Church and of the church’s internal rules numbers 1.9; 2.5, 3.2, 5.4, which imply spiritual development, acceptance and collection of donations for the church and voluntary activities in accordance with the provisions of the law, including Article 31 (freedom of religion) and 33 (freedom of expression of opinion) of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova.
2. The actions of Oleg Savenkov and Mihail Calestru show no ”Corpus Delicti” of the alleged crime, namely they lack the necessary objective and subjective elements, and there is no causal relationship between actions complained of and their alleged results. We believe that the term "criminal group" is used intentionally to aggravate the charge that has in fact been fabricated, because the religious organisation known as the Unification Church was registered with the Ministry of Justice in 2008 and operates according to and respecting the law. In terms of the Criminal Code, there are none of the elements of an organized criminal group such as purpose, structure, roles, criminal activity and stability.
3. Also, Mihail Calestru, during the period in question (2008-2015) was actively involved in the public life of the country, conducting projects for peace, promoting family values, inter-religious dialogue, summer schools etc. Oleg Savenkov, being in the country since 2014 to 2015, participated in the church activity, in projects to clean parks and social assistance to
4. We believe that the reason for criminal proceedings stems from the fact that certain former members of the religious organization known as the Unification Church who were expelled from membership of the Church for various actions contrary to the statutes and rules of the Church (minutes of exclusion) appealed to the law agencies for cessation of the activities of the Church, its liquidation and reorganization under a different leadership.
What was done by members following Hyung Jin Nim in Moldova? They wanted that the activities of the church to be stopped and the existing organization to be removed and then to be reorganized under another (their) leadership.

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Peter Zoehrer

Yesterday, the wives of the prisoners went to the prison to bring them food. They told Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) that, their daily menu is porridge in the morning and in the evening. For lunch they just get clear soup (almost water) and it has a bad taste. That is why relatives of the prisoners have to feed them. We are only allowed to pass food once a week. People bring 25-30 kg per week in average. The procedure is burdensome. First we must submit a request in three copies in which we must list the content of the bag. Then we have to wait for our turn until we are called. It means usually 3 to 6 hours waiting outside whatever the weather and for the moment it is -15°C. Once people submit their request, they cannot leave because they must also give their identity card.
Aladin L. is a director in the Office of the Ombudsman of the Republic of Moldova. He requested a file on the case and said it would be looked into. Paul G., Political Officer, US Embassy promised to raise the case in informal meetings with Moldovan officials. Another meeting we had was with Ion M., PROMO-LEX (an NGO), and we also met a leading female representative of the Falun Gong, who has had severe problems with the Moldovan authorities. Their case was brought to the International Court of Human Rights. Furthermore we visited the mission of the OSCE, Organization for Security and Cooperation. We also met Veaceslav B. from the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, as well as Stefan Uritu, former head of the Moldovan Helsinki Committee, an old time friend and colleague of Dr. Aaron Rhodes.
Most people we met agreed: persecution of religious minority groups is nothing new in Moldova. The country has severe problems in upholding the rule of law. Even within its own ranks there are numerous cases of corruption and misuse of power.
Recently one investigative journalist highlighted another possible scenario as a plausible reason for the arrest of the UC members: Elena Guzun and her followers (connected to the SC), who denounced our church for human trafficking, has an eye on our HQ property which is in close proximity to a building complex in which her construction company has high stakes. That would not be a surprise, since she has stated numerous times before that she wants the HQ building...
Whatever the reasons behind the current trials, our human rights experts quickly grasped that the accusations against UC Moldova have no legal base and are essentially trumped up charges. Even if mistakes may have been made, there was no justification for such severe charges-please read the press releases.
On Tuesday there will be an important hearing on the case and it will be decided, whether Mihai and Oleg have to go to jail again or if the prosecutor will drop the charges against them. Thank you for all your prayers and encouraging messages. It was so moving to see our brothers and sisters there and especially the wives and children of the prisoners. During this week in Chisinau I felt the strong presence of our Heavenly Parents. Everything we did was carried by heavenly fortune. It was like surfing on the crest of a wave.

 

Nikolaus Beutl

My dear brothers and sisters, put yourself into the situation of one of these relatives of a prisoner who has to stay once a week 3 to 6 hours outside of the prison only to be able to feed the beloved for the coming week so that he or she does not have to starve. And this not only a few times but week by week for years depending on for how many years your family member has to stay in prison. How will you feel in this situation, knowing that all of this trial and suffering could have easily been avoided had others spoken up and not allowed your relative to be put innocently into prison?
Desire for power and money is once again manifested in one of the main supporters of Hyung Jin Nim in Moldova while his people claim that this has nothing to do with their new king!
Mihai and Oleg could leave the hell of prison life and stay in house arrest from the end of December for one month but the appeal to overturn that court decision was granted two weeks later. So they had to return to the terrible conditions described in these brothers’ testimony which I sent you yesterday. Have you read about what they are going through in their miserable situation because of our collective sin of not speaking out against the crimes committed by top leaders of our Movement? These brothers have to pay the price for our keeping silent in front of the evil in our midst.

The personal testimony by Mihai Calestru And Oleg Savenkov about what kind of hell they experience in the Moldovan prison and how they got there.

Personal Testimony By Mihai Calestru And Oleg Savenkov About The Hell In The Moldovan PrisonTestimony by Mihai Calestru

On Friday morning, October 30th, 2015, at about 7.35 a.m., I was awakened by the sound of the doorbell. Two police officers from the “Anti Human Trafficking Department” arrived to search my home apartment (the 1-room apartment that belongs to my mother in law). They showed me the document from the Prosecutor's office with the statement that I am suspected of a crime under art. 165. al. 3. Of the Moldovan Penal Code relating to Human Trafficking by Criminal Organized Groups over the period 2008-2015, under cover of carrying on a religious organization.

They produced the name list of identified victims. In the list were included ex church members that were recently excluded from the Church for aggressive behaviour towards the church and causing disturbances at its Sunday Service. During my conversation with the policemen I got calls from my colleagues and understood that at the same time 4 other groups of police officers carried out raids under warrant at 4 other locations connected with the UC of Moldova. My wife went to take my 4 year old son to the kindergarten and I gave the policemen my laptop, two size A6 notepads containing my notes, one USB flash drive and my bank card. All this was recorded on paper. I hope these things will be returned to me. I felt the policemen were surprised at seeing the humble living conditions of my family, because I was accused of crimes involving huge amounts of money. All household appliances and furniture in our small one room apartment were old and modest. Our family did not possess any luxury items, did not own a car or have any savings. In my discussions with the officers I felt they realized that the accusations were fabricated and in a certain respect treated me favourably as a result.

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