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Художник-акционист Петр Павленский на стенке инст. Сербского в знак протеста отрезает себе мочку уха  Pyotr Pavlensky ‘Segregation’ Performance over the wall of the Serbsky mental institution of criminal psychiatry

Наталья Горбаневская Позорное наследие. Рецензия на книгу Виктора Некипелова “Институт дураков”

психиатрия имеет дурную славу, психиатрами было уничтожено 300 тыс. человек с 1939 по 1945 год (в Германии). И советская психиатрия имела тоже не очень хорошую репутацию. В частности, из-за того, что институт им. Сербского по заказу КГБ давал в ходе психиатрической экспертизы заключения по делам инакомыслящих, после которых психически нормальные люди на неопределенный срок помещались в психиатрические больницы.http://www.index.org.ru/nevol/2006-6/gorb_n6.htm Постепенное свертывание немногих демократических достижений периода хрущевской “оттепели” вызвало появление нового слоя людей, впоследствии названных диссидентами. Прежде всего, диссиденты начали предавать гласности на Западе все известные им факты применения в СССР психиатрии в карательных целях. http://www.agentura.ru/culture007/history/psyho/ В печати стали появляться свидетельства пребывания в советских “ психушках” известных правозащитников — Патрушева, Горбаневской, Григоренко, Нарица, Буковского, Есенина-Вольпина — и отклики на них Солженицына, Ферона, Марченко, Амальрика, Зожа, Кирсанова, Брамберга и др. Famous Albert Maysles first documentary Psychiatry in Russia which he completed in 1955 presents a rosy picture of the mental health treatment not reflecting the abuse of psychiatry which became an established government and KGB policies. Alberte took a trip to Russia to photograph a mental hospital, and
returned the next year with a camera gifted to him from CBS to
film his first documentary, Psychiatry in Russia to launch his documentary film maker career in USA.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiZezAjaVI4 Here is Institute of Criminal Psychiatry official documentary story but it describes it’s abuse of the Psychiatry inmysles the Soviet time led by Лунц_Д.РDr. Daniil Lunts who was a colonel in the KGB https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D1%83%D0%BD%D1%86,_%D0%94%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B8%D0%BB_%D0%A0%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%87.
Институт Сербского.Страницы истории. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQOobP2ENLo Предыстория фильма «Кащенко Обследование» такова: по направлению одного из московских военкоматов режиссер был отправлен на экспер- тизу в один из московских психоневрологических диспансеров. Там ре- шили, что нужно провести обследование в Психиатрической клинической больнице No 1 (в народе — Кащенко). И для автора раскрылся целый мир «психиатрии специального типа». Цель этого фильма — дать возможность высказаться людям, которых подвергают унижению и сомнительному лечению в специализированной психиатрической больнице.
Once, Moscow Military Commissariat obliged the director to pass medical ex- amination in a psychoneurological health center. There, they decided he needed an additional examination in #1 Moscow Mental Center, so-called Kashchenko. This is how Aleksandr discovered the world of ‘specialized psychiatry’ and it inspired him to make this film. Its purpose is to give a voice to people who are forced to endure humiliation and questionable treatment in the specialized psychiatric hospital.Александр Миронов http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3gkk8n

Old Vic, street smart kid Graffiti as visual tale of dissident life in Moscow, Russia . Зарисовки на тюремной стене, история смышленного пацана в своих палестинах замоскворечья, дяди Вити. Кинокадры из фильма напоминают всю жизнь во время войны в Москве, а любовная сцена в бомбёжку просто вчистую моё рождение по описанию матери в самой квартире, когда кровать с матерью носилась бешенно по спальной комнате.   The Cranes Are Flying Летят журавли. На фестивале в Каннах название фильма было переведено как фр. Quand passent les cigognes (буквально «Когда пролетают аисты»), поскольку дословный перевод слов «журавль» (grue, на сленге также «проститутка») и «лететь» (voler, омоним также «красть») дал бы второй смысл «проститутки воруют».Aesthetically the film looks back to the pre-war, Soviet avant-garde but also draws on the work of neo-realist directors such as Roberto Rossellini and Vittorio de Sica. The Cranes Are Flying had a radically new perspective on the Great Patriotic War, or the  Second World War.

Multimedia experiment a la Godard’s Cinemagraphic Russia (1993) to present personal cinema life history.

 Интересная киномифология у Годара о Зое Космодемьянской, книгу написала её мать, а фильм я помнится смотрел с её презентацией в подвале Дома Писателей в Лаврушинском переулке совсем малышом в конце 40х, что неплохо анализируется в этом докресурсе https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb3tJSebjDo Дом писателей в Лаврушинском переулке – Дом “Драмлита” (согласно роману Мастер и Маргарита Булгакова) в просторечии дом Писателей. ( Stalin as Architect – Dictator in Moscow along with Hitler for Berlin and Mussolini i Rome https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9p3hvOAuCk
Архитектор Сталин. Хроники московского быта )В доме имели квартиры писатели Ф. Гладков у кого я бывал, как одноклассник его внука, как и у внучки К.Тренева чья пьеса Любовь Яровая шла повсюду, а М.Булгаков с его Днями Турбиных по той же теме Белой Гвардии был в загоне как и И. Ильф, В. Каверин, Э. Казакевич, В. Катаев, Ю. Олеша, Б.Пастернак, К. Паустовский, И. Эренбург. 1749932543 (with eng subtitles)

 

Dissident Victor Balashov Interview I NYC

creating original video archives on intellectual dissent history and underground culture in USSR (narration in original russian)

Moscow Dissident Victor Balashov Interview II in New York 2010 Shooting Process work in progress creating video archives of the ex-USSR 1960 Moscow Opposition, an unedited yet Dissident Interview II in New York 2010

Queen Nefertiti0066486800000258-3152001-image-a-63_1436268179507 Mummy Mystery of Ancient Egypt  Nefertiti Mummy“Great Royal Wife” of the “reneNefertiti-berlin-musgade” pharaoh Akhenaten, Nefertiti was a mother of six who helped lead a religious revolution that changed Egypt and the world forever.   Yet after her death, her enemies destroyed all evidence of Nefertiti’s life.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emiOKIoVvTc Now, drawing on 13 years of research, Fletcher and her team bring Nefertiti’s turbulent reign to life as never before using cutting-edge computer animations to recreate ancient Egypt’s great temples; x-rays to reveal the telltale signs of foul play on her mummy; and forensic graphics to recreate the mummy’s face. Have they found the ancient world’s greatest beauty?Nefertiti_Composit “Cautious evaluation of the Factum Arte scans over the course of several months has yielded results which are beyond intriguing: indications of two previously unknown doorways,” he wrote. One was probably a storeroom, he said, and the other, on the tomb’s north wall, was likely a continuation of the tomb containing an “earlier royal interment — that of Nefertiti herself, celebrated consort, co-regent, and eventual successor of Pharaoh Akhenaten.” http://nyti.ms/1lUP5qOEGYPT1-master675

lara loganLara Logan is breaking her silence about the sexual assault she endured in Tahrir Square speaking out about suffering a “brutal and sustained sexual assault”
The long-time journalist feared for her life during the attack.In an interview with the New York Times, Logan said that “for an extended period of time they raped me with their hands.”
“There was no doubt in my mind that I was in the process of dying. I thought not only am I going to die, but it’s going to be just a torturous death that’s going to go on forever,” she explained to CBS correspondent Scott Pelley.
Lara Logan talks to Scott Pelley about the sexual assault she endured while covering the Egyptian revolution in February 2011. 60 Minutes, Sunday, May 1, 7 p.m. Thoughts of her two young children helped reinforce her determination to survive the assault, she says, which finally ended when she was rescued by a group of Egyptian women and soldiers. The soldiers drove her and her team back to their hotel, where she was examined by a doctor. She returned to the U.S. the next day and went directly into a hospital, where she was treated for four days.
When Logan saw her children, “I felt like I had been given a second chance that I didn’t deserve…because I did that to them. I came so close to leaving them, to abandoning them,” she says.

Moscow Dissident Political Chronicle
Dissident Victor Balashov Interview I NYC Unedited final web cut Interview II focused on ADS and Elena Bonner love story epitomising the dissidents life
USSR Military Cadets Dissident Saga memoirs work in progress creating video archives of 1960-70 Moscow Dissidents, Shooting Process work in progress creating video archives of the ex-USSR 1960 Moscow Dissident VB in New York 2010 Interview III
intellectual dissent history and underground culture in USSR begins with memoirs saga of military cadets (narration in original russian) Moscow Dissident Political Chronicle I Interview II

Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo Receives Nobel Prize in Absentia and global digital dissident Wikileaks Editor Julia Assange webcinema news recent intrv with David Frost on his problems with Swede’s prosecution http://english.aljazeera.net/programmes/frostovertheworld/2010/12/201012228384924314.html
with comments by legendary Pentagon whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.

Assange Interview on his high-tech prison mansion on his alleged sexcirimes and messianic total freedom digital transparency ambitions.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9309000/9309320.stm

Below is censored in China cinematic news portrait of Liu Xiaobo 刘晓波 劉曉波

Liu Xiaobo 刘晓波 劉曉波 Chinese Dissident whose trial and verdict Won Him Nobel Prize for 2010
Julian Assange Wikileaks Cablegate Digital Censorship by jailbirding him.
Wikileaks Chief Editor Julian Assange docdrama narrated and shot by his excollegues at Wikileaks while his arrest is a sign of global digital media censorship while he was entrapped with improper sex accusations controversy launched his Cablegate gauntlet of intellectual challenge revenge to global digital media censorship empire.

Terrorist acts in Moscow metro: Black Widow Young girl Shahid Portrait who blasted Park Gorky MOSCOW METRO Station. The first attack in the history of the Moscow metro occurred on 8 January 1977. Then, in Moscow there have been three almost simultaneous explosions. In the train station between stations Izmailovskaya and Pervomajskaya explosion, resulting in 7 people were killed and 37 injuries of varying severity. A little later, in Moscow there were two explosions: one – in the grocery store on the street Dzerzhinsky (now Bolshaya Lubyanka), the second street on October 25. Information about the attacks appeared in the media only two days later. Three months later on charges in the bombing were arrested three people from the Caucasus. Their trial was secret. All figures of the were sentenced to death.

June 11, 1996 in the train between stations “Tula” and “Nagatinskaja” exploded an improvised explosive device: 4 people killed, 14 received various injuries. The explosion of one car was destroyed and others damaged. Passengers had to walk to the nearest station. An explosive device explosive type, equivalent in power to one kilogram of TNT, were placed under the seat in the car, where there was a technical equipment composition. 7 December 1997 were detained two suspected terrorist attack, whose names were not disclosed. Responsibility for the explosion itself took the Chechen separatists, but many later sources do not confirm this information. The most famous of the field commanders of the Chechen separatists at the time – Shamil Basayev and Salman Raduyev – did not make statements about his attitude to this terrorist attack.

August 8, 2000 an explosion in the underpass at the Pushkinskaya metro station in central Moscow. 13 people were killed and more than 90 injured.

February 5, 2001 at 18.45 explosion occurred at the station “Belarus”. Bomb was planted under a marble bench, located on the platform. Thanks to the great weight bench, which softened the blow, the impact of the explosion were not so great.

February 6, 2004 in the Moscow subway, there was another terrorist attack. At 8.30 am blast in a train on the stretch between the stations Avtozavodskaya and Paveletskaya. Bomb capacity of 4 pounds of TNT detonated a suicide bomber. The blast killed 41 people, not counting himself a terrorist. Over 250 were injured.

August 31, 2004 at 20.50 Moscow time, flew bomber attack in the lobby of station “Riga”. 10 deaths, as well as the very terrorist and her accomplice. About 50 people were injured varying degrees of severity. Nicholas Kipkeev, accidentally killed an accomplice of a terrorist, was twice convicted head of “Karachay jamaat. According to investigators, he was involved in the bombings and the bus stops in Voronezh. Of the blast at the “Riga”, on the stretch Avtozavodskaya – Paveletskaya and Voronezh were later merged into one, and three accomplices were convicted terrorists MOSCOW METRO TERROR CINEMASCAPE The two Metro stations targeted were Lubyanka and Park Kultury both in the center of Moscow.
The death toll from the bomb attacks on two Moscow underground stations has reached 38 people. More than 60 others were injured in the explosions during the crowded morning rush hour. Officials say the explosives were detonated by two female suicide bombers likely to be connected with North Caucasus terrorist groups.
Lilia Shevtsova – about the political consequences of terrorist attacks interview by Lyudmila Telen
Explosions in Moscow would lead to a hardening of the political regime? What forces can take tragedy in their own interests? These and other issues leading researcher of the Moscow Carnegie Center said in an interview with Radio Liberty.

– Can we assume that a series of terrorist attacks in the Moscow metro will have political consequences?

– In any state act of terrorism is always political implications. This happens even in the most developed democracies. Remember September 11, 2001. The Bush administration immediately engaged the administrative and repressive resource. In fact, in the United States there was restriction of civil rights and liberties.

– That is the tightening of the political regime in any case in Russia is now a foregone conclusion?

– No, there are other examples. For example, the terrorist bombing in London’s subway in 2005 – the British did not have to restrict the rights of citizens. They went the other way: to borrow a security system to transport. As a result, they managed to create quite an effective mechanism for protecting the people.

– Experience of the last decade makes you think that Russia soon would follow a repressive ways.

– Yes, if you consider the fact that the political system in Russia is not democratic. In this system, the main thing – security, first and foremost, the state and authorities, and only then – the population. So, given our experience I do not rule out that Russia’s authorities will have more restrictions on political and civil liberties. In this regard, I would have thought of two episodes from our recent past. This, above all, in 1999, the apartment bombings in Moscow. Then the terrorist attacks were justified and the reason for the second Chechen war. Another episode – in 2004, the tragedy in Beslan. These events are odd and even, paradoxically, led to serious changes in Russia’s Constitution. In particular, were abolished gubernatorial elections, tightened electoral laws.

– Do you think that the next tightening may also be associated with the election?

– Hypothetically, yes. The following year, Russia is entering the next election cycle, we have an election in the State Duma. A year later, in 2012, the presidential election. I do not exclude that in the structure of Russia’s power is the force that in this political situation will want to follow the tried and tested path. Work the same pattern. The attack – a threat to national security – the tightening of the regime. However, this raises an important question: how power structures – and they are here transmission belt – are able to realize such a scenario. We can see how demoralized the same police … I would describe the situation well. The temptation is guaranteed to retain power, including using repressive methods, in some of Russia’s elite, of course, there is. The temptation is, with good opportunities. This is for the authorities – a problem.

– You talk about a possible tightening of Russia’s political regime, but it is so soft and not name. There is where to go?

– In such systems, which originated in our country, the escalation of repressive methods always possible. Especially in situations where the power begins to feel some uncertainty, and instability.

– You say “power”, implying that it is a monolith. But perhaps the terrorist acts in Moscow will be used in the struggle between the various power groupings?

– I honestly do not see any serious factional struggle within Russia’s power. I think anyone who speaks about it, admits a certain exaggeration. Perhaps realizing – many want to see the power is not as cohesive. But in my opinion, and this tragedy is unlikely to lead to a significant demarcation in power. If only for pragmatic reasons.

– It is stated that the tragic events in Moscow discovered Caucasian trace.

– The ongoing civil war in the North Caucasus – is that at any moment can be used as a cover for the internal squabbles within the government. And the tightening of the political regime in general.

plane_crash2US AIRLINER HUDSON RIVER DITCHED http://www.xmail.net/technologos/AAA.html  Pilot Chelsey Sullenberger Cinematic  Portrait  while investigators say the pilot of US Airways Flight 1549 told controllers just moments after takeoff: “We’re gonna be in the Hudson.  We hit birds. We lost thrust in both engines.”  Aircontrollers then asked if he wanted to return to LaGuardia, but he said he had no power left.  http://www.xmail.net/technologos/
US AIRWAYS Pilot Chelsey Sullenberger, a former US AF fighter pilot steered by gliding the crippled jetliner over NYC and brought it down on the Hudson  river  US AIRLINER HUDSON RIVER AIRCRASHLANDING CHRONICLE  BY US AIRWAYS Pilot Chelsey Sullenberger, a former US AF fighter pilot (with superb NYC resque NYC crews operation) steered the crippled jetliner over NYC and brought it down on the river, warning passengers to “brace for impact.”