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28-09-2007, 11:20
The deceased Separmurat Niyazov,"Turkembashi" of Turkmenistan,all the bellow is true:

"In April 2001, ballet and opera were banned after Niyazov felt they were "unnecessary ... not a part of Turkmen culture".[15]
In 2004 it was forbidden for young men to grow long hair or beards.[15]
In March 2004, 15,000 public health workers were dismissed including nurses, midwives, school health visitors and orderlies and replaced with military conscripts.[16]
In April 2004 the youth of Turkmenistan were encouraged to chew on bones to preserve their teeth rather than be fitted with gold tooth caps or gold teeth.[17]
In April 2004 it was ordered that an ice palace be constructed near the capital.[18]S(In December 2006 an article in the UK's Sunday Times revealed the 'ice palace' to be an ornate ice skating rink.[19])
In 2004 all licensed drivers were required to pass a morality test.[20]
In 2004 it was prohibited for news readers to wear make-up[21]
In February 2005 all hospitals outside Aşgabat were ordered shut, with the reasoning that the sick should come to the capital for treatment. All rural libraries were ordered closed as well, citing ordinary Turkmen do not read books.[22]
In November 2005 physicians were ordered to swear an oath to the President, replacing the Hippocratic Oath.[23]
In December 2005 video games were banned as being too violent for young Turkmen to play.
In January 2006 one-third of the country's elderly had their pensions discontinued, while another 200,000 had theirs reduced. Pensions received during the prior two years were ordered paid back to the state.[24]SThe Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan strongly denied allegations that the cut in pensions resulted in the deaths of many elderly Turkmen, accusing foreign media outlets of spreading "deliberately perverted" information on the issue.[25]
(Note: On March 19, 2007 Turkmenistan's new president Gurbanguly Berdimuhammedow has reversed a decision of his predecessor by restoring pensions to more than 100,000 elderly citizens..[26])
In September 2006 Turkmen teachers who failed to publish praise of the Turkmen leader would remain at a lower payscale or be sacked.[27]
In October 2006 Turkmenistan claimed to have set free 10,056 prisoners, including 253 foreign nationals from 11 countries on the Night of Omnipotence. Niyazov said, "Let this humane act on the part of the state serve strengthening truly moral values of the Turkmen society. Let the entire world know that there has never been a place for evil and violence on the blessed Turkmen soil."[28]
The Turkmen words for bread and the month of April were changed to the name of his late mother, Gurbansoltanedzhe. [29]
Car radios, lip-synching, and recorded music are all prohibited.[30]
Video monitors are required in all public places.[30]
Dogs are restricted from the capital city due to unappealing odour.[31]

[edit]SNew names for months and days
All the new names Niyazov introduced refer to the president, national heroes or important historical incidents.

Month New Name Meaning
January Türkmenbaşy named in honour of the Türkmenbaşy; also, this month is the beginning (Turkmen baş) of the year
February Baýdak named in honour of the flag of Turkmenistan, as in this month it was created for the independent Turkmenistan
March Nowruz named after the New Year's Day festival (Nowruz), which is celebrated in March
April Gurbansoltan named in honour of Niyazov's mother, as the month in which everything grows and blooms should be dedicated to the mothers
May Magtymguly named in honour of the Turkmen People's Writer, who is honoured on 18th and 19th of May
June Oguz according to Turkmen tradition, all Turkmens are descended from the legendary Oguz Khan
July Gorkut Gorkut, apart from Oguz Khan, is the second great historical person of the Turkmens
August Alp Arslan Alp Arslan is remembered as a Turkmen national hero. In August of 1071 he defeated the army of the Byzantine Empire in the Battle of Manzikert and introduced the Turkmen language
September Ruhnama named in honour of the book written by Niyazov, which he finished writing on September 19th, 2001
October Garaşsyzlyk named in honour of independence (Turkmen Garaşsyzlyk), which Turkmenistan obtained on October 27th, 1991
November Sanjar Sultan Sanjar continued the work of Alp Arslan, and led the Seljuqs to their last full flowering
December Bitaraplyk named in honour of neutrality (Turkmen Bitaraplyk), which was announced to the United Nations General Assembly on December 12th, 1995

The days of the week are composed of the word Gün (Eng. day) plus the word of the respective meaning. Friday remained unchanged.

Day New Name Meaning
Monday Baş Gün the Day of the Beginning, beginning of the week
Tuesday Ýaş Gün the Young Day
Wednesday Hoş Gün the Good Day
Thursday Sogap Gün the Blessed Day
Friday Anna (the Turkmen word for Friday)
Saturday Ruh Gün the Day of the Mind; at this day people should read the Ruhnama
Sunday Dynç Gün the Day of Recovery "

:rotfl: :rotfl:

28-09-2007, 11:26
tip je poremećen teže

Neven <R>
28-09-2007, 11:30
Tip je umro nedavno tak da više ne vrijede ti zakoni.

28-09-2007, 11:40
al svejedno..prebolesno.. :rotfl:

28-09-2007, 11:40
E ono s penzijama. Zamisli da u nas kažu penzionerima da vrate sve penzije koj su primili u zadnje 2 godine

Lord Jambrek
28-09-2007, 11:59
E ono s penzijama. Zamisli da u nas kažu penzionerima da vrate sve penzije koj su primili u zadnje 2 godine

ako su ih uopće i primili kod nas

28-09-2007, 12:17
E ono s penzijama. Zamisli da u nas kažu penzionerima da vrate sve penzije koj su primili u zadnje 2 godine

ako su ih uopće i primili kod nas

HAHA, potpisan.

28-09-2007, 12:42
čuo,za to i sve ga kao još vole,vjervatno su ga i ubli,i rekli novinama kao umro je spokojna ili od srčanog,ne znam ni od čega je sad umro,i neka kažu kao ljudi tuguju,bla,bla,bla,ma umro je on još prošle godine,right?

28-09-2007, 14:02
A ko ga nebi ubio??

28-09-2007, 14:03
meni nije jasno kako to da se narod nije pobunio. pa strašno, zamislite da morate živjeti u državi u kojoj ne smijete slušati glazbu, imati bradu, ili u kojoj vam baka skapa od gladi jer mora vratiti penziju. to je žalosno :cry: