• Israel’s Genocide Betrays the Holocaust
    By obscuring and falsifying the lessons of the Holocaust we perpetuate the evil that defined it.

    Chris Hedges

    Never Again and Again and Again - by Mr. Fish

    Israel’s lebensraum master plan for Gaza, borrowed from the Nazi’s depopulation of Jewish ghettos, is clear. Destroy infrastrutrue, medical facilities and sanitation, including access to clean water. Block shipments of food and fuel. Unleash indiscriminate industrial violence to kill and wound hundreds a day. Let starvation — the U.N. estimates that more than half a million people are already starving — and epidemics of infectious diseases, along with the daily massacres and the displacement of Palestinians from their homes, turn Gaza into a mortuary. The Palestinians are being forced to choose between death from bombs, disease, exposure or starvation or being driven from their homeland.

    There will soon reach a point where death will be so ubiquitous that deportation - for those who want to live - will be the only option.

    Danny Danon, Israel's former Ambassador to the U.N. and a close ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, told Israel’s Kan Bet radio that he has been contacted by “countries in Latin America and Africa that are willing to absorb refugees from the Gaza Strip.” “We have to make it easier for Gazans to leave for other countries,” he said. “I'm talking about voluntary migration by Palestinians who want to leave.”

    The problem for now “is countries that are willing to absorb them, and we're working on this,” Netanyahu told Likud Knesset members.

    In the Warsaw Ghetto, the Germans handed out three kilograms of bread and one kilogram of marmalade to anyone who “voluntarily” registered for deportation. “There were times when hundreds of people had to wait in line for several hours to be ‘deported,’” Marek Edelman, one of the commanders of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, writes in “The Ghetto Fights.” “The number of people anxious to obtain three kilograms of bread was such that the transports, now leaving twice daily with 12,000 people, could not accommodate them all.”

    The Nazis shipped their victims to death camps. The Israelis will ship their victims to squalid refugee camps in countries outside of Israel. Israeli leaders are also cynically advertising the proposed ethnic cleansing as voluntary and a humanitarian gesture to solve the catastrophe they created.

    This is the plan. No one, especially the Biden administration, intends to stop it.

    The most disturbing lesson I learned while covering armed conflicts for two decades is that we all have the capacity, with little prodding, to become willing executioners. The line between the victim and the victimizer is razor thin. The dark lusts of racial and ethnic supremacy, of vengeance and hate, of the eradication of those we condemn as embodying evil, are poisons that are not circumscribed by race, nationality, ethnicity or religion. We can all become Nazis. It takes very little. And if we do not stand in eternal vigilance over evil — our evil — we become, like those carrying out the mass killing in Gaza, monsters.

    The cries of those expiring under the rubble in Gaza are the cries of the boys and men executed by the Bosnian Serbs at Srebrenica, the over 1.5 million Cambodians killed by the Khmer Rouge, the thousands of Tutsi families burned alive in churches and the tens of thousands of Jews executed by the Einsatzgruppen at Babi Yar in Ukraine. The Holocaust is not an historical relic. It lives, lurking in the shadows, waiting to ignite its vicious contagion.

    We were warned. Raul Hilberg. Primo Levi. Bruno Bettelheim. Hannah Arendt. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. They understood the dark recesses of the human spirit. But this truth is bitter and hard to confront. We prefer the myth. We prefer to see in our own kind, our own race, our own ethnicity, our own nation, our own religion, superior virtues. We prefer to sanctify our hatred. Some of those who bore witness to this awful truth, including Levi, Bettelheim, Jean Améry, the author of “At the Mind's Limits: Contemplations by a Survivor on Auschwitz and Its Realities,” and Tadeusz Borowski, who wrote “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen,” committed suicide. The German playwright and revolutionary Ernst Toller, unable to rouse an indifferent world to assist victims and refugees from the Spanish Civil War, hanged himself in 1939 in a room at the Mayflower Hotel in New York City. On his hotel desk were photos of dead Spanish children.

    “Most people have no imagination,” Toller writes. “If they could imagine the sufferings of others, they would not make them suffer so. What separated a German mother from a French mother? Slogans which deafened us so that we could not hear the truth.”

    Primo Levi railed against the false, morally uplifting narrative of the Holocaust that culminates in the creation of the state of Israel — a narrative embraced by the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. The contemporary history of the Third Reich, he writes, could be “reread as a war against memory, an Orwellian falsification of memory, falsification of reality, negation of reality.” He wonders if “we who have returned” have “been able to understand and make others understand our experience.”

    Levi saw us reflected in Chaim Rumkowski, the Nazi collaborator and tyrannical leader of the Łódź Ghetto. Rumkowski sold out his fellow Jews for privilege and power, although he was sent to Auschwitz on the final transport where Jewish Sonderkommando — prisoners forced to help herd victims into the gas chambers and dispose of their bodies — in an act of vengeance reportedly beat him to death outside a crematorium.

    “We are all mirrored in Rumkowski,” Levi reminds us. “His ambiguity is ours, it is our second nature, we hybrids molded from clay and spirit. His fever is ours, the fever of Western civilization, that ‘descends into hell with trumpets and drums,’ and its miserable adornments are the distorting image of our symbols of social prestige.” We, like Rumkowski, “are so dazzled by power and prestige as to forget our essential fragility. Willingly or not we come to terms with power, forgetting that we are all in the ghetto, that the ghetto is walled in, that outside the ghetto reign the lords of death, and that close by the train is waiting.”

    Levi insists that the camps “could not be reduced to the two blocks of victims and persecutors.” He argues, “It is naive, absurd, and historically false to believe that an infernal system such as National Socialism sanctifies its victims; on the contrary; it degrades them, it makes them resemble itself.” He chronicles what he called the “gray zone” between corruption and collaboration. The world, he writes, is not black and white, “but a vast zone of gray consciences that stands between the great men of evil and the pure victims.” We all inhabit this gray zone. We all can be induced to become part of the apparatus of death for trivial reasons and paltry rewards. This is the terrifying truth of the Holocaust.

    It is hard not to be cynical about the plethora of university courses about the Holocaust given the censorship and banning of groups such as Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voices for Peace, imposed by university administrations. What is the point of studying the Holocaust if not to understand its fundamental lesson — when you have the capacity to stop genocide and you do not, you are culpable? It is hard not to be cynical about the “humanitarian interventionists” — Barack Obama, Tony Blair, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Samantha Power — who talk in sanctimonious rhymes about the “Responsibility to Protect” but are silent about war crimes when speaking out would threaten their status and careers. None of the “humanitarian interventions” they championed, from Bosnia to Libya, come close to replicating the suffering and slaughter in Gaza. But there is a cost to defending Palestinians, a cost they do not intend to pay. There is nothing moral about denouncing slavery, the Holocaust or dictatorial regimes that oppose the United States. All it means is you champion the dominant narrative.

    The moral universe has been turned upside down. Those who oppose genocide are accused of advocating it. Those who carry out genocide are said to have the right to “defend” themselves. Vetoing ceasefires and providing 2,000-pound bombs to Israel that throw out metal fragments for thousands of feet is the road to peace. Refusing to negotiate with Hamas will free the hostages. Bombing hospitals, schools, mosques, churches, ambulances and refugee camps, along with killing three former Israeli hostages, stripped to the waist, waving an improvised white flag and calling out for help in Hebrew, are routine acts of war. Killing over 21,300 people, including more than 7,700 children, injuring over 55,000 and rendering nearly all of the 2.3 million people in Gaza homeless, is a way to “deradicalize” Palestinians. None of this makes sense, as protesters around the world realize.

    A new world is being born. It is a world where the old rules, more often honored in the breach than the observance, no longer matter. It is a world where vast bureaucratic structures and technologically advanced systems carry out in public view vast killing projects. The industrialized nations, weakened, fearful of global chaos, are sending an ominous message to the Global South and anyone who might think of revolt — we will kill you without restraint.

    One day, we will all be Palestinians.

    “I fear that we live in a world in which war and racism are ubiquitous, in which the powers of government mobilization and legitimization are powerful and increasing, in which a sense of personal responsibility is increasingly attenuated by specialization and bureaucratization, and in which the peer group exerts tremendous pressures on behavior and sets moral norms,” Christopher R. Browning writes in Ordinary Men, about a German reserve police battalion in World War Two that was ultimately responsible for the murder of 83,000 Jews. “In such a world, I fear, modern governments that wish to commit mass murder will seldom fail in their efforts for being unable to induce ‘ordinary men’ to become their ‘willing executioners.’”

    Evil is protean. It mutates. It finds new forms and new expressions. Germany orchestrated the murder of six million Jews, as well as over six million Gypsies, Poles, homosexuals, communists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Freemasons, artists, journalists, Soviet prisoners of war, people with physical and intellectual disabilities and political opponents. It immediately set out after the war to expiate itself for its crimes. It deftly transferred its racism and demonization to Muslims, with racial supremacy remaining firmly rooted in the German psyche. At the same time, Germany and the U.S. rehabilitated thousands of former Nazis, especially from the intelligence services and the scientific community, and did little to prosecute those who directed Nazi war crimes. Germany today is Israel’s second largest arms supplier following the U.S.

    The supposed campaign against anti-Semitism, interpreted as any statement that is critical of the State of Israel or denounces the genocide, is in fact the championing of White Power. It is why the German state, which has effectively criminalized support for the Palestinians, and the most retrograde white supremists in the United States, justify the carnage. Germany’s long relationship with Israel, including paying over $90 billion since 1945 in reparations to Holocaust survivors and their heirs, is not about atonement, as the Israeli historian Ilan Pappé writes, but blackmail.

    “The argument for a Jewish state as compensation for the Holocaust was a powerful argument, so powerful that nobody listened to the outright rejection of the U.N. solution by the overwhelming majority of the people of Palestine,” Pappé writes. “What comes out clearly is a European wish to atone. The basic and natural rights of the Palestinians should be sidelined, dwarfed and forgotten altogether for the sake of the forgiveness that Europe was seeking from the newly formed Jewish state. It was much easier to rectify the Nazi evil vis-à -vis a Zionist movement than facing the Jews of the world in general. It was less complex and, more importantly, it did not involve facing the victims of the Holocaust themselves, but rather a state that claimed to represent them. The price for this more convenient atonement was robbing the Palestinians of every basic and natural right they had and allowing the Zionist movement to ethnically cleanse them without fear of any rebuke or condemnation.”

    The Holocaust was weaponized from almost the moment Israel was founded. It was bastardized to serve the apartheid state. If we forget the lessons of the Holocaust, we forget who we are and what we are capable of becoming. We seek our moral worth in the past, rather than the present. We condemn others, including the Palestinians, to an endless cycle of slaughter. We become the evil we abhor. We consecrate the horror.

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    Israel’s Genocide Betrays the Holocaust By obscuring and falsifying the lessons of the Holocaust we perpetuate the evil that defined it. Chris Hedges Never Again and Again and Again - by Mr. Fish Israel’s lebensraum master plan for Gaza, borrowed from the Nazi’s depopulation of Jewish ghettos, is clear. Destroy infrastrutrue, medical facilities and sanitation, including access to clean water. Block shipments of food and fuel. Unleash indiscriminate industrial violence to kill and wound hundreds a day. Let starvation — the U.N. estimates that more than half a million people are already starving — and epidemics of infectious diseases, along with the daily massacres and the displacement of Palestinians from their homes, turn Gaza into a mortuary. The Palestinians are being forced to choose between death from bombs, disease, exposure or starvation or being driven from their homeland. There will soon reach a point where death will be so ubiquitous that deportation - for those who want to live - will be the only option. Danny Danon, Israel's former Ambassador to the U.N. and a close ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, told Israel’s Kan Bet radio that he has been contacted by “countries in Latin America and Africa that are willing to absorb refugees from the Gaza Strip.” “We have to make it easier for Gazans to leave for other countries,” he said. “I'm talking about voluntary migration by Palestinians who want to leave.” The problem for now “is countries that are willing to absorb them, and we're working on this,” Netanyahu told Likud Knesset members. In the Warsaw Ghetto, the Germans handed out three kilograms of bread and one kilogram of marmalade to anyone who “voluntarily” registered for deportation. “There were times when hundreds of people had to wait in line for several hours to be ‘deported,’” Marek Edelman, one of the commanders of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, writes in “The Ghetto Fights.” “The number of people anxious to obtain three kilograms of bread was such that the transports, now leaving twice daily with 12,000 people, could not accommodate them all.” The Nazis shipped their victims to death camps. The Israelis will ship their victims to squalid refugee camps in countries outside of Israel. Israeli leaders are also cynically advertising the proposed ethnic cleansing as voluntary and a humanitarian gesture to solve the catastrophe they created. This is the plan. No one, especially the Biden administration, intends to stop it. The most disturbing lesson I learned while covering armed conflicts for two decades is that we all have the capacity, with little prodding, to become willing executioners. The line between the victim and the victimizer is razor thin. The dark lusts of racial and ethnic supremacy, of vengeance and hate, of the eradication of those we condemn as embodying evil, are poisons that are not circumscribed by race, nationality, ethnicity or religion. We can all become Nazis. It takes very little. And if we do not stand in eternal vigilance over evil — our evil — we become, like those carrying out the mass killing in Gaza, monsters. The cries of those expiring under the rubble in Gaza are the cries of the boys and men executed by the Bosnian Serbs at Srebrenica, the over 1.5 million Cambodians killed by the Khmer Rouge, the thousands of Tutsi families burned alive in churches and the tens of thousands of Jews executed by the Einsatzgruppen at Babi Yar in Ukraine. The Holocaust is not an historical relic. It lives, lurking in the shadows, waiting to ignite its vicious contagion. We were warned. Raul Hilberg. Primo Levi. Bruno Bettelheim. Hannah Arendt. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. They understood the dark recesses of the human spirit. But this truth is bitter and hard to confront. We prefer the myth. We prefer to see in our own kind, our own race, our own ethnicity, our own nation, our own religion, superior virtues. We prefer to sanctify our hatred. Some of those who bore witness to this awful truth, including Levi, Bettelheim, Jean Améry, the author of “At the Mind's Limits: Contemplations by a Survivor on Auschwitz and Its Realities,” and Tadeusz Borowski, who wrote “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen,” committed suicide. The German playwright and revolutionary Ernst Toller, unable to rouse an indifferent world to assist victims and refugees from the Spanish Civil War, hanged himself in 1939 in a room at the Mayflower Hotel in New York City. On his hotel desk were photos of dead Spanish children. “Most people have no imagination,” Toller writes. “If they could imagine the sufferings of others, they would not make them suffer so. What separated a German mother from a French mother? Slogans which deafened us so that we could not hear the truth.” Primo Levi railed against the false, morally uplifting narrative of the Holocaust that culminates in the creation of the state of Israel — a narrative embraced by the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. The contemporary history of the Third Reich, he writes, could be “reread as a war against memory, an Orwellian falsification of memory, falsification of reality, negation of reality.” He wonders if “we who have returned” have “been able to understand and make others understand our experience.” Levi saw us reflected in Chaim Rumkowski, the Nazi collaborator and tyrannical leader of the Łódź Ghetto. Rumkowski sold out his fellow Jews for privilege and power, although he was sent to Auschwitz on the final transport where Jewish Sonderkommando — prisoners forced to help herd victims into the gas chambers and dispose of their bodies — in an act of vengeance reportedly beat him to death outside a crematorium. “We are all mirrored in Rumkowski,” Levi reminds us. “His ambiguity is ours, it is our second nature, we hybrids molded from clay and spirit. His fever is ours, the fever of Western civilization, that ‘descends into hell with trumpets and drums,’ and its miserable adornments are the distorting image of our symbols of social prestige.” We, like Rumkowski, “are so dazzled by power and prestige as to forget our essential fragility. Willingly or not we come to terms with power, forgetting that we are all in the ghetto, that the ghetto is walled in, that outside the ghetto reign the lords of death, and that close by the train is waiting.” Levi insists that the camps “could not be reduced to the two blocks of victims and persecutors.” He argues, “It is naive, absurd, and historically false to believe that an infernal system such as National Socialism sanctifies its victims; on the contrary; it degrades them, it makes them resemble itself.” He chronicles what he called the “gray zone” between corruption and collaboration. The world, he writes, is not black and white, “but a vast zone of gray consciences that stands between the great men of evil and the pure victims.” We all inhabit this gray zone. We all can be induced to become part of the apparatus of death for trivial reasons and paltry rewards. This is the terrifying truth of the Holocaust. It is hard not to be cynical about the plethora of university courses about the Holocaust given the censorship and banning of groups such as Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voices for Peace, imposed by university administrations. What is the point of studying the Holocaust if not to understand its fundamental lesson — when you have the capacity to stop genocide and you do not, you are culpable? It is hard not to be cynical about the “humanitarian interventionists” — Barack Obama, Tony Blair, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Samantha Power — who talk in sanctimonious rhymes about the “Responsibility to Protect” but are silent about war crimes when speaking out would threaten their status and careers. None of the “humanitarian interventions” they championed, from Bosnia to Libya, come close to replicating the suffering and slaughter in Gaza. But there is a cost to defending Palestinians, a cost they do not intend to pay. There is nothing moral about denouncing slavery, the Holocaust or dictatorial regimes that oppose the United States. All it means is you champion the dominant narrative. The moral universe has been turned upside down. Those who oppose genocide are accused of advocating it. Those who carry out genocide are said to have the right to “defend” themselves. Vetoing ceasefires and providing 2,000-pound bombs to Israel that throw out metal fragments for thousands of feet is the road to peace. Refusing to negotiate with Hamas will free the hostages. Bombing hospitals, schools, mosques, churches, ambulances and refugee camps, along with killing three former Israeli hostages, stripped to the waist, waving an improvised white flag and calling out for help in Hebrew, are routine acts of war. Killing over 21,300 people, including more than 7,700 children, injuring over 55,000 and rendering nearly all of the 2.3 million people in Gaza homeless, is a way to “deradicalize” Palestinians. None of this makes sense, as protesters around the world realize. A new world is being born. It is a world where the old rules, more often honored in the breach than the observance, no longer matter. It is a world where vast bureaucratic structures and technologically advanced systems carry out in public view vast killing projects. The industrialized nations, weakened, fearful of global chaos, are sending an ominous message to the Global South and anyone who might think of revolt — we will kill you without restraint. One day, we will all be Palestinians. “I fear that we live in a world in which war and racism are ubiquitous, in which the powers of government mobilization and legitimization are powerful and increasing, in which a sense of personal responsibility is increasingly attenuated by specialization and bureaucratization, and in which the peer group exerts tremendous pressures on behavior and sets moral norms,” Christopher R. Browning writes in Ordinary Men, about a German reserve police battalion in World War Two that was ultimately responsible for the murder of 83,000 Jews. “In such a world, I fear, modern governments that wish to commit mass murder will seldom fail in their efforts for being unable to induce ‘ordinary men’ to become their ‘willing executioners.’” Evil is protean. It mutates. It finds new forms and new expressions. Germany orchestrated the murder of six million Jews, as well as over six million Gypsies, Poles, homosexuals, communists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Freemasons, artists, journalists, Soviet prisoners of war, people with physical and intellectual disabilities and political opponents. It immediately set out after the war to expiate itself for its crimes. It deftly transferred its racism and demonization to Muslims, with racial supremacy remaining firmly rooted in the German psyche. At the same time, Germany and the U.S. rehabilitated thousands of former Nazis, especially from the intelligence services and the scientific community, and did little to prosecute those who directed Nazi war crimes. Germany today is Israel’s second largest arms supplier following the U.S. The supposed campaign against anti-Semitism, interpreted as any statement that is critical of the State of Israel or denounces the genocide, is in fact the championing of White Power. It is why the German state, which has effectively criminalized support for the Palestinians, and the most retrograde white supremists in the United States, justify the carnage. Germany’s long relationship with Israel, including paying over $90 billion since 1945 in reparations to Holocaust survivors and their heirs, is not about atonement, as the Israeli historian Ilan Pappé writes, but blackmail. “The argument for a Jewish state as compensation for the Holocaust was a powerful argument, so powerful that nobody listened to the outright rejection of the U.N. solution by the overwhelming majority of the people of Palestine,” Pappé writes. “What comes out clearly is a European wish to atone. The basic and natural rights of the Palestinians should be sidelined, dwarfed and forgotten altogether for the sake of the forgiveness that Europe was seeking from the newly formed Jewish state. It was much easier to rectify the Nazi evil vis-à -vis a Zionist movement than facing the Jews of the world in general. It was less complex and, more importantly, it did not involve facing the victims of the Holocaust themselves, but rather a state that claimed to represent them. The price for this more convenient atonement was robbing the Palestinians of every basic and natural right they had and allowing the Zionist movement to ethnically cleanse them without fear of any rebuke or condemnation.” The Holocaust was weaponized from almost the moment Israel was founded. It was bastardized to serve the apartheid state. If we forget the lessons of the Holocaust, we forget who we are and what we are capable of becoming. We seek our moral worth in the past, rather than the present. We condemn others, including the Palestinians, to an endless cycle of slaughter. We become the evil we abhor. We consecrate the horror. 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    #classicalguitar #classicalguitarshorts - YouTube: A playlist of YouTube videos featuring classical guitar music by various artists.
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    Lágrima - Tarrega \uD83D\uDCA7 #guitar #classicalguitar #tarrega #guitarra: A short video of Anais Rk playing classical guitar and singing a song by Francisco Tárrega, a Spanish composer and guitarist.
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    Tárrega: Guitar Edition: A video that presents the complete guitar works by Tárrega, as played by the eminent guitarist Giulio Tampalini.
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    Adrian Danaila #ClassicalGuitar #voice: A YouTube channel of Adrian Danaila, a Romanian classical guitarist and singer. He posts videos of his classical guitar and voice performances, featuring songs by Tárrega, Falla, Andries, and others.
    https://www.youtube.com/c/AdrianadriandanailaguitarD%C4%83n%C4%83il%C4%83
    classical guitar shorts soprano voice christmas Sa-mi Canti Cobzar: A short video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a Romanian patriotic song on classical guitar and soprano voice.
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    classical guitar soprano voice youtube alexandru andries blues christmas: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a blues song by Alexandru Andries, a Romanian singer-songwriter, on classical guitar and soprano voice.
    classical guitar soprano voice youtube alexandru andries blues christmas: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a blues song by Alexandru Andries, a Romanian singer-songwriter, on classical guitar and soprano voice.
    https://studio.youtube.com/video/ct8DCuhdjOU #FlorinBogardo was a #Romanian composer and singer of light music. He was born in #Bucharest on 16 August 1942 and died in the same city on 15 August 2009. He composed many popular songs, such as #Sănuuitămsăiubimtrandafirii”, “Tu eÈ™ti primăvara mea” and #Anideliceu”. He also wrote music for films. He was married to #StelaEnache, another singer, from 1971 to 2009 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB0LK6T736AK5bmyI_rhc_A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgJo7fR6Ujc https://music.youtube.com/channel/UCRs9NRunZHUxe5IKLxF88iA #florinbogardo i #ClassicalGuitar #adriandanaila #shorts: A short video of Adrian Danaila playing classical guitar and singing a song by Florin Bogardo, a famous Romanian composer and singer. https://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=ct8DCuhdjOU #adriandanaila #adriandanailashorts: Another short video of Adrian Danaila performing various songs on classical guitar, accompanied by different singers such as Ana Maria Miga and Gigi Andreciuc. https://www.youtube.com/shorts/kuYyTeybHlI #shorts #FlorinBogardo #classicalguitar @AdrianDanaila # …: A third short video of Adrian Danaila playing classical guitar and singing another song by Florin Bogardo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54-Hq_XH2jk Silent night: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a Christmas song on classical guitar and soprano voice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78ON4B4Jaws Adrian danaila: A YouTube channel of Adrian Danaila, a Romanian classical guitarist and singer. He has a SoundCloud account where he uploads his classical guitar music1. He also has two YouTube channels where he posts videos of his classical guitar and voice performances2 https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8mz2qt A post by adriandanailaclassical: A BandLab post by Adrian Danaila, where he shares a YouTube short video of him singing a song by Alexandru Andries, a Romanian singer-songwriter, accompanied by Ana Maria Miga on classical guitar1. https://www.bandlab.com/adriandanailacla Away In A manger - #adriandanaila - #classicalguitar # … - YouTube: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a Christmas song on classical guitar and soprano voice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qgn1xO8JzPA Silent night- #adriandanaila #classicalguitar #anamariamiga # … - YouTube: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing another Christmas song on classical guitar and soprano voice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78ON4B4Jaws Adrian Danaila #ClassicalGuitar #voice: A YouTube channel of Adrian Danaila, a Romanian classical guitarist and singer. He posts videos of his classical guitar and voice performances, featuring songs by Tárrega, Falla, Andries, and others. #classicalguitar #classicalguitarshorts - YouTube: A playlist of YouTube videos featuring classical guitar music by various artists. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jItG4gM1WqA&list=PLr1e8NVrtgMZ_bth3rDDR7ccM_tYOq7-H Lágrima - Tarrega \uD83D\uDCA7 #guitar #classicalguitar #tarrega #guitarra: A short video of Anais Rk playing classical guitar and singing a song by Francisco Tárrega, a Spanish composer and guitarist. https://www.youtube.com/shorts/_zKlqRnNunc Tárrega: Guitar Edition: A video that presents the complete guitar works by Tárrega, as played by the eminent guitarist Giulio Tampalini. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weQz5tGEKwE classical guitar shorts soprano voice Doamne ocroteste -i pe romani: A short video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a Romanian patriotic song on classical guitar and soprano voice. https://www.youtube.com/shorts/kmpuJVQNeyk Adrian Danaila #ClassicalGuitar #voice: A YouTube channel of Adrian Danaila, a Romanian classical guitarist and singer. He posts videos of his classical guitar and voice performances, featuring songs by Tárrega, Falla, Andries, and others. https://www.youtube.com/c/AdrianadriandanailaguitarD%C4%83n%C4%83il%C4%83 classical guitar shorts soprano voice christmas Sa-mi Canti Cobzar: A short video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a Romanian patriotic song on classical guitar and soprano voice. https://www.youtube.com/shorts/BFTISM5WTIg classical guitar soprano voice youtube alexandru andries blues christmas: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a blues song by Alexandru Andries, a Romanian singer-songwriter, on classical guitar and soprano voice. classical guitar soprano voice youtube alexandru andries blues christmas: A video of Adrian Danaila and Ana Maria Miga performing a blues song by Alexandru Andries, a Romanian singer-songwriter, on classical guitar and soprano voice.
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  • Printing Your Passion: Artwork in Focus

    Printing Your Passion: Artwork in Focus celebrates the fusion of creativity and precision in art printing. This process transforms vivid visions into tangible masterpieces, capturing every brushstroke and nuance with meticulous detail. From canvas to paper, every medium finds its essence, ensuring your artistic expressions are vividly brought to life. Discover the magic where artistry meets technology, as your passion takes centre stage. Explore a world where each print is a testament to the dedication of artists and the art of printing. Elevate your creations with a process that cherishes and magnifies the heart of every artwork.

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    Printing Your Passion: Artwork in Focus Printing Your Passion: Artwork in Focus celebrates the fusion of creativity and precision in art printing. This process transforms vivid visions into tangible masterpieces, capturing every brushstroke and nuance with meticulous detail. From canvas to paper, every medium finds its essence, ensuring your artistic expressions are vividly brought to life. Discover the magic where artistry meets technology, as your passion takes centre stage. Explore a world where each print is a testament to the dedication of artists and the art of printing. Elevate your creations with a process that cherishes and magnifies the heart of every artwork. Contact details: Working Days:- Mon to Fri (9:00-5:00) and Sat (9:30 - 3:30 )(am-pm) Opening Hours:- Monday- Friday & Saturday Phone No.:-(02) 43424993 For More info visit our website:-https://www.deluxeart.com.au/
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  • Life is a canvas and we are the artists, painting our own masterpiece one stroke at a time. Don't be afraid to mix colors, take risks, and create something uniquely beautiful.
    Life is a canvas and we are the artists, painting our own masterpiece one stroke at a time. Don't be afraid to mix colors, take risks, and create something uniquely beautiful.
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  • Hi guys i published an eBook on Amazon kdp which is out for sell now.

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    Getting started with hive; a guide to monetizing your content on the hive blockchain.

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    Hi guys i published an eBook on Amazon kdp which is out for sell now. Title; Getting started with hive; a guide to monetizing your content on the hive blockchain. Description This eBook is perfect for bloggers, writers, artists, or content creators of any kind who are interested in earning money by sharing their work with the world. It provides a step-by-step guide to setting up your account, creating and publishing content, growing your audience, and cashing out your earnings. https://a.co/d/7tNaYi3
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  • Vibe right now -#Chillin ????
    Came across Music Travel Love
    It's a #YTChannel that features the duo's collaboration with local music artists. What got me the most is having to watch and listen to them creating music with #nature as their main stage. Watch, relax and enjoy this video featuring Anthony Uy as they cover the song How Deep is Your Love by the Bee Gees

    https://youtu.be/fhn3VE7G06g
    Vibe right now -#Chillin ???? Came across Music Travel Love It's a #YTChannel that features the duo's collaboration with local music artists. What got me the most is having to watch and listen to them creating music with #nature as their main stage. Watch, relax and enjoy this video featuring Anthony Uy as they cover the song How Deep is Your Love by the Bee Gees https://youtu.be/fhn3VE7G06g
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  • ![IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmPxj3HwDiAjQQzNzKBW7dnL3Sw78WxY9PdB7iNVfSzmBk/IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg)
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    Maisie Williams is one subject I think I've explored once or twice in the past year. The first I did (I think) must've been early last year. It was a sideview drawing and the artists' style was very unique. I think that was one of the things that drew me to it.
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    I don't really remember the others but I do remember that one because I made portrait of a little boy that same day (I might be sharing the little boys' portrait soon, depending on the subjects I have at hand).
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    I think I don't need to say much about this character as her face speaks for itself.
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    The outlines...
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    **Thanks for the visit friends.**
    ![IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmPxj3HwDiAjQQzNzKBW7dnL3Sw78WxY9PdB7iNVfSzmBk/IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg) ___ ___ Maisie Williams is one subject I think I've explored once or twice in the past year. The first I did (I think) must've been early last year. It was a sideview drawing and the artists' style was very unique. I think that was one of the things that drew me to it. ___ I don't really remember the others but I do remember that one because I made portrait of a little boy that same day (I might be sharing the little boys' portrait soon, depending on the subjects I have at hand). ___ I think I don't need to say much about this character as her face speaks for itself. ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmPxj3HwDiAjQQzNzKBW7dnL3Sw78WxY9PdB7iNVfSzmBk/IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg) ___ ___ ___ ___ The outlines... ![IMG_20230511_140512~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmZG5AFZBkhqUFvL5Wwk4muBZJohkMYTHB3kuXyHp9b2zi/IMG_20230511_140512~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_141342~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmXvF2bnKpwKMTjnmyhD99a2TCZhaP7mvwWLwsyDrATaLE/IMG_20230511_141342~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_141902~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmSNR8ZyVaeKZiXLzv4XzJ1At9pRf6cbCfipUBAy1D9njn/IMG_20230511_141902~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_142639~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQme8F422nfM8L3aTCe3cbTrYdzGncB36Wq39H4TrQFTf3T/IMG_20230511_142639~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_143506~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmRPMLzBi6jeYadXX5fr4uAmYrdPs8hW8u7cPrfyFGGbrE/IMG_20230511_143506~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_144052~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmP7vkx8NYzESBbnyJwkNcrrp3Q2NGez5bNj39u41uGc6U/IMG_20230511_144052~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_145006~2.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmQLUC1breiYakqJ94B79U1wvbS92itjjLy54kZ7GfVpEZ/IMG_20230511_145006~2.jpg) ___ ___ ![IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg](https://images.hive.blog/DQmPxj3HwDiAjQQzNzKBW7dnL3Sw78WxY9PdB7iNVfSzmBk/IMG_20230511_145006~3.jpg) ___ ___ **Thanks for the visit friends.**
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  • Greetings friends. My first time on this platform and it's pretty cool place to be. Meeting new friends and showcasing what I love doing is always something I love doing.

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    Greetings friends. My first time on this platform and it's pretty cool place to be. Meeting new friends and showcasing what I love doing is always something I love doing. #newbie #artist #NFTartists #somee #someeofficial
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  • #Ceek made a touch low again at 0.07 and it won’t go lower.trade volume is up 47% today.
    It is a lot of black people on their Instagram handle and it might be that there is an segregated under tone or an ideology to push from the company to lift up up black people…Only
    And going ”woke” is to go broke, so one wonder why a nice product like this has this Non inclusive marketing and takes artists if other ethnicities.
    I hope it changes and CEEK moons
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    #Ceek made a touch low again at 0.07 and it won’t go lower.trade volume is up 47% today. It is a lot of black people on their Instagram handle and it might be that there is an segregated under tone or an ideology to push from the company to lift up up black people…Only And going ”woke” is to go broke, so one wonder why a nice product like this has this Non inclusive marketing and takes artists if other ethnicities. I hope it changes and CEEK moons https://instagram.com/ceekvr?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
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