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Monday, December 30, 2013

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Christmas Video: The Greatest Gift to the World




This Christmas, you can view with friends and family this Christmas video entitled "GIFT TO THE WORLD"


Longer movie version of THE BIRTH OF JESUS




or listen to the ballad Christmas music by David Archuleta


 
A very Merry Christmas to one and all!
"For God (the greatest lover) 
so loved (the greatest degree)
the world (the greatest company) 
that He gave (the greatest act) 
His only begotten Son (the greatest gift), 
that whoever (the greatest opportunity) 
believes (the greatest simplicity) 
in Him (the greatest attraction) 
should not perish (the greatest promise) 
but (the greatest difference) 
have (the greatest certainty) 
everlasting life (the greatest possession)."


Merry Merry Christmas to all our love ones and friends around the world!
©2013 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, December 23, 2013

Mitt Romney the Movie Trailer Viewed by Millions in Less Than a Week


With close to 1.2M views in less than a week released of the Trailer by Netflix, MITT the Movie is hitting popular views in IMDB and other sites.

A year after his 2nd loss in his US presidential bid, we supported Governor Romney because we believed he was and he still is the best leader for America.






From the Washington Post:


"If Romney had released a video like this, perhaps things would've turned out differently.
For six years, Romney was trailed by a single documentary filmmaker named Greg Whiteley. Whiteley's now turned his footage into a film, and it's being released as "Mitt" on Netflix Jan. 24.
In the opening moments of the just-released trailer, Romney is hardly recognizable — he's exhausted, crushed from his loss on election night. You almost think it's an actor. But it's not.
From there, the trailer paints a touching portrait of a man whose least presidential moments are the most memorable ones. Romney snuggled in a blanket under the seats on his campaign bus. Romney ironing his shirt cuffs — while wearing the shirt. Romney playing in the snow. Romney on his iPhone, the signature white Apple earbuds tucked in. His insecurities. His little victories. They're all on display.
In 138 seconds, Whiteley's trailer somehow manages to make Romney more of a real person than all the stumping he did."


In a Washington Post-ABC Poll, Mitt Romney would beat OBAMA  49 over 45 % in the latest survey

"A Netflix original documentary, Mitt is a rare and intimate account of one man's quest for the presidency. 

Given unprecedented access by Mitt Romney and his family for six years, Mitt follows the former governor's presidential aspirations, from Christmas 2006 to his initial run to become the Republican nominee in 2008 and through his Presidential concession speech in 2012. 

Director Greg Whiteley ("New York Doll," "Resolved") travels alongside the campaign through interactions with potential voters, preparations for the debates, personal moments with his family and concluding with final presidential election night results.

Whatever side you're on, see another side.

Mitt premieres January 24, 2014 in all Netflix territories."


Said Nancy French, an Evangelist supporter of Romney.


"He was there when the Romneys prayed, when they fought, when they cried. He was there when Gov. Romney decided to drop out of the race in 2008, and when he lost in 2012.  He captured all the “real” that the campaign seemed hell-bent on keeping from voters."

"Of course, it is a deeply bittersweet moment that — at long last — some portion of the country will get to see the faith, humility and virtue of the family we know and love."



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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Omar Bolkan Al Gala: Most Handsome Saudi Deportation Story Not True


larawan ay kuha dito






Inamin ng actor at photographer na Emirati na si Omar Bolkan Al Gala na hindi nga totoo ang bantog na napabalitang siya at ang dalawa pa niyang kasamahan ay pinadeport mula sa Janadriyah festival o maging sa bansang Saudi Arabia.

Inamin niya na siya ay nasa “wrong place at wrong time”. Ayun sa isang report ang tunay na nangyari ay si Omar daw ay sumasayaw sa isang family section na parte ng festival at sinita ng mga miyembro ng national guard at ang isang female singer rin na emirati ay sinita ng mutawa o religious police.
“Islawmix claims that Al Gala, and the two other mystery men, were not deported from Saudi Arabia, nor were they kicked out of the heritage and cultural festival. Instead, the head of the mutawaeen, Sheikh Abdullatif Al-Sheikh, alleged that Al Gala received several complaints because he was dancing inappropriately in a family section of an event. As a result, he was questioned by members of the National Guard, but he was not asked to leave the festival, let alone the country.
In addition, Al Gala confessed that he was not expelled for his physical appearance in a lengthy interview with Mexican magazine "Who," reports Peru.com.”
"Really I was walking around, I ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time," Omar told the magazine, who learned the news was front page in several countries when I was back in his home in Vancouver.”
Dahil sa balitang siya ay pinadeport sa Saudi Arabia dahil sa sobrang kagwapuhan, umabot ng isang milyon ang kanyang Facebook page


Link 2:  LATINO POST





Wednesday, December 04, 2013

What are the Most Corrupt Countries in the World for 2013?

TOP 20 MOST CORRUPT

1. Somalia
2. North Korea
3. Afghanistan
4. Sudan
5. South Sudan
6. Libya
7. Iraq
8. Uzbekistan
9. Turkmenistan
10. Syria
11. Yemen
12. Haiti
13. Guinea Bissau
14. Equatorial Guinea
15. Chad
16. Venezuela
17.Eritrea
18. Cambodia
19. Zimbabwe
20. Myanmar


TOP 20 LEAST CORRUPT
1.Denmark
2.New Zealand
3.Finland
4.Sweden
5.Norway
6.Singapore
7.Switzerland
8.Netherlands
9.Australia
10.Canada
11.Luxembourg
12.Germany
13.Iceland
14.United Kingdom
15.Barbados
16.Belgium
17.Hong Kong
18.Japan
19.USA
20.Uruguay


The Corruption Perceptions Index ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be. A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 - 100, where 0 means that a country is perceived as highly corrupt and 100 means it is perceived as very clean. A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries and territories included in the index. This year's index includes 177 countries and territories. 

RANK
                         COUNTRY


1.      Denmark
2.      New Zealand
3.      Finland
4.      Sweden
5.      Norway
6.      Singapore
7.      Switzerland
8.      Netherlands
9.      Australia
10.  Canada
11.  Luxembourg
12.  Germany
13.  Iceland
14.  United Kingdom
15.  Barbados
16.  Belgium
17.  Hong Kong
18.  Japan
19.  United States of America
20.  Uruguay
21.  Ireland
22.  The Bahamas
23.  Chile
24.  France
25.  Saint Lucia
26.  Austria
27.  United Arab Emirates
28.  Estonia
29.  Qatar
30.  Botswana
31.  Bhutan
32.  Cyprus
33.  Portugal
34.  Puerto Rico
35.  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
36.  Israel
37.  Taiwan
38.  Brunei
39.  Poland
40.  Spain
41.  Cape Verde
42.  Dominica
43.  Lithuania
44.  Slovenia
45.  Malta
46.  South Korea
47.  Hungary
48.  Seychelles
49.  Costa Rica
50.  Latvia
51.  Rwanda
52.  Mauritius
53.  Malaysia
54.  Turkey
55.  Georgia
56.  Lesotho
57.  Bahrain
58.  Croatia
59.  Czech Republic
60.  Namibia
61.  Oman
62.  Slovakia
63.  Cuba
64.  Ghana
65.  Saudi Arabia
66.  Jordan
67.  Macedonia FYR
68.  Montenegro
69.  Italy
70.  Kuwait
71.  Romania
72.  Bosnia and Herzegovina
73.  Brazil
74.  Sao Tome and Principe
75.  Serbia
76.  South Africa
77.  Bulgaria
78.  Senegal
79.  Tunisia
80.  China
81.  Greece
82.  Swaziland
83.  Burkina Faso
84.  El Salvador
85.  Jamaica
86.  Liberia
87.  Mongolia
88.  Peru
89.  Trinidad and Tobago
90.  Zambia
91.  Malawi
92.  Morocco
93.  Sri Lanka
94.  Algeria
95.  Armenia
96.  Benin
97.  Colombia
98.  Djibouti
99.  India
100.                      Philippines
101.                      Suriname
102.                      Ecuador
103.                      Moldova
104.                      Panama
105.                      Thailand
106.                      Argentina
107.                      Bolivia
108.                      Gabon
109.                      Mexico
110.                      Niger
111.                      Ethiopia
112.                      Kosovo
113.                      Tanzania
114.                      Egypt
115.                      Indonesia
116.                      Albania
117.                      Nepal
118.                      Vietnam
119.                      Mauritania
120.                      Mozambique
121.                      Sierra Leone
122.                      East Timor
123.                      Belarus
124.                      Dominican Republic
125.                      Guatemala
126.                      Togo
127.                      Azerbaijan
128.                      Comoros
129.                      Gambia
130.                      Lebanon
131.                      Madagascar
132.                      Mali
133.                      Nicaragua
134.                      Pakistan
135.                      Russia
136.                      Bangladesh
137.                      Ivory Coast
138.                      Guyana
139.                      Kenya
140.                      Honduras
141.                      Kazakhstan
142.                      Laos
143.                      Uganda
144.                      Cameroon
145.                      Central African Republic
146.                      Iran
147.                      Nigeria
148.                      Papua New Guinea
149.                      Ukraine
150.                      Guinea
151.                      Kyrgyzstan
152.                      Paraguay
153.                      Angola
154.                      Republic of Congo
155.                      Democratic Republic of the Congo
156.                      Tajikistan
157.                      Burundi
158.                      Myanmar
159.                      Zimbabwe
160.                      Cambodia
161.                      Eritrea
162.                      Venezuela
163.                      Chad
164.                      Equatorial Guinea
165.                      Guinea Bissau
166.                      Haiti
167.                      Yemen
168.                      Syria
169.                      Turkmenistan
170.                      Uzbekistan
171.                      Iraq
172.                      Libya
173.                      South Sudan
174.                      Sudan
175.                      Afghanistan
176.                      North Korea
177.                      Somalia

See the result here

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