mislpronzaya (mislpronzaya) wrote,
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mislpronzaya

баба Лиза сообщила миру, что еще пару лет покоптит.

В эпоху инткернетов и гугл-переводчиков СТЫДНО доверяться желтым сайтам!

Тут панику намеренно сеют,что, якобы, баба Лиза всем наобещала конец света и покаялась за убийство принцессы Дианы.
Но не было этого!
Не верите ежели, сами переведите текст из-под ката!

А возмутиться от речи старой хрычевки было от чего!
Дескать, моду на рождественскую елку в мире ввела старуха Виктория, а до нее о елках не слыхивали.
И, типа, во Второй мировой победили бритты и спасибо им за все за это.

Теперь надо бы речугу папы римского найти, опять, небось жидоСМИ все переврали.


здесь оскорбительные для мира выдержки, все полностью-под катом

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Собираясь вокруг елки, мы можем думать о наступающем годе - я предвижу хлопотный 2016 год и меня предупредили, что мне еще споют "с днем рождения!" не раз и не два.
Gathering round the tree gives us a chance to think about the year ahead -
I am looking forward to a busy 2016, though I have been warned I may have Happy Birthday sung to me more than once or twice.

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В популярность обычая иметь елку на Рождество отчасти заслуга моей пра-пра-бабушки королевы Виктории и принца Альберта.
После того, как трогаьельная картинка была опубликована, многие захотели свою елку и обычай распространился.

The popularity of a tree at Christmas is due in part to my great-great grandparents, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
After this touching picture was published, many families wanted a Christmas tree of their own, and the custom soon spread.


еще случай королевского вранья
Традиция наряжать верхушку елки тоже восходит к принцу Альберту.
The custom of topping a tree also goes back to Prince Albert's time.


Да, на этой бабе лизе негде клейма ставить, но любим мы ее не за это

Одна из причин благодарить прошедшее лето-исполнилось 70 лет со дня окончания Второй мировой войны.
В день победы над Японией (!!!) мы чествуем ветеранов этого ужасного конфликта на Дальнем Востоке....
One cause for thankfulness this summer was marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War.
On VJ Day(Victory over Japan), we honoured the remaining veterans of that terrible conflict in the Far East</b>....
The procession from Horse Guards Parade to Westminster Abbey must have been one of the slowest ever, because so many people wanted to say "thank you" to them.


Надеюсь, все увидели подмену старой хрычовки Второй мировой войны-"конфликтом на Дальнем Востоке".
Ведь это японцы, а не немцы бомбили Ковентри.
И старая хрычовка забыла, как она со своей мамой навещали в госпиталях раненых немецкими бомбами.
Вот о чем надо писать, а не о пробляди Диане.

Here in full is the text of the Queen's 2015 Christmas message.

At this time of year, few sights evoke more feelings of cheer and goodwill than the twinkling lights of a Christmas tree.
The popularity of a tree at Christmas is due in part to my great-great grandparents, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
After this touching picture was published, many families wanted a Christmas tree of their own, and the custom soon spread.

In 1949, I spent Christmas in Malta as a newly-married naval wife.
We have returned to that island over the years, including last month for a meeting of Commonwealth leaders, and this year I met another group of leaders: The Queen's Young Leaders, an inspirational group, each of them a symbol of hope in their own Commonwealth communities.

Gathering round the tree gives us a chance to think about the year ahead - I am looking forward to a busy 2016, though I have been warned I may have Happy Birthday sung to me more than once or twice.
It also allows us to reflect on the year that has passed, as we think of those who are far away or no longer with us.
Many people say the first Christmas after losing a loved one is particularly hard.
But it's also a time to remember all that we have to be thankful for.

It is true that the world has had to confront moments of darkness this year, but the Gospel of John contains a verse of great hope, often read at Christmas carol services: "The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it".
One cause for thankfulness this summer was marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War.
On VJ Day, we honoured the remaining veterans of that terrible conflict in the Far East
, as well as remembering the thousands who never returned.
The procession from Horse Guards Parade to Westminster Abbey must have been one of the slowest ever, because so many people wanted to say "thank you" to them.

At the end of that war, the people of Oslo began sending an annual gift of a Christmas tree for Trafalgar Square.
It has 500 light bulbs and is enjoyed not just by Christians but by people of all faiths, and of none. At the very top sits a bright star, to represent the Star of Bethlehem.

The custom of topping a tree also goes back to Prince Albert's time. For his family's tree, he chose an angel, helping to remind us that the focus of the Christmas story is on one particular family.
For Joseph and Mary, the circumstances of Jesus's birth - in a stable - were far from ideal, but worse was to come as the family was forced to flee the country.
It's no surprise that such a human story still captures our imagination and continues to inspire all of us who are Christians, the world over.
Despite being displaced and persecuted throughout his short life, Christ's unchanging message was not one of revenge or violence but simply that we should love one another.
Although it is not an easy message to follow, we shouldn't be discouraged; rather, it inspires us to try harder: to be thankful for the people who bring love and happiness into our own lives, and to look for ways of spreading that love to others, whenever and wherever we can.
One of the joys of living a long life is watching one's children, then grandchildren, then great-grandchildren, help decorate the Christmas tree. And this year my family has a new member to join in the fun.
The customary decorations have changed little in the years since that picture of Victoria and Albert's tree first appeared, although of course electric lights have replaced the candles.
There's an old saying that "it is better to light a candle than curse the darkness".
There are millions of people lighting candles of hope in our world today.
Christmas is a good time to be thankful for them, and for all that brings light to our lives.
I wish you a very happy Christmas.
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35178485
Tags: Британия, Вторая мировая, СМИ, баба лиза, передел истории
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