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Candidate for city Mayor becomes a You Tube star
Joanna Najfeld reports:
A few weeks ago Krzysztof Kononowicz was just a middle-aged, overweight man from the provincial town of Białystok. But that was before he decided to run for Mayor of Białystok in this year’s local elections. Although he received only 2% of the votes, he became the best known and most discussed local government candidate. And all that because of his personality … and the internet.
Several weeks before the elections, members of one electoral committe in Białystok, talked Krzysztof Kononowicz into running for Mayor of Białystok. Kononowicz, a 43 year-old unmarried, unemployed and under-educated man, living with his mother, agreed.
So the committe made a political commercial picturing Kononowicz, dressed in a shabby sweater, talking about his political goals. They put the video on the do-it-yourself internet broadcaster YouTube. In the video Kononowicz, who clearly does not appear to be an intellectual, describes how he would like to make a difference in the world. But his ideas about how to make Białystok a better place sound a bit naive and unclear to the point of being illogical. Among other things he declares he would like to “punish drivers for drinking, smoking and… for everything!”
Within several days, nearly 3 million internet users had seen Krzysztof Kononowicz’s commercial on You Tube. The video also made it to national TV. Kononowicz’s sweater was put on internet auction where its price greatly exceeded its value. Fragments of his speech have been converted into digital ring tones and are available for download to your mobile phone. The phenomenon of Konowicz has made news the world over.
We asked Miłosz Lodowski, of Iceage multimedia design company, how to explain the Kononowicz craze:
‘He was authentic, he was casual and after that he was funny. It’s similar to a Big Brother kind of program. People are searching for something from everyday life, not for people fluent in their language and with good manners, because they are totally sick of such people. There is no connection between normal people and politicians. Kononowicz, as a normal person, could be a marketing star for ordinary people.’
Relates: Kononowicz Clip
INDIANAPOLIS—Today, upon news of the death of Nobel Laureate economist Dr. Milton Friedman, Gordon St. Angelo, president and CEO of the Milton and Rose D. Friedman Foundation, offered the following statement:
America has lost a true visionary and advocate for human freedom. And I have lost a great friend.
Milton’s passion for freedom and liberty has influenced more lives than he ever could possibly know. His writings and ideas have transformed the minds of U.S. Presidents, world leaders, entrepreneurs and freshmen economic majors alike. The loss of his passion, incisive mind and dedication to freedom are all national treasures that we mourn for today.
Milton never chose to slow down; even at 94 he kept fighting to bring educational equality to all of America’s children. And it’s this vision, this drive for educational liberty that the Friedman Foundation will continue to bring to families throughout America.
His impact on my life over the last 33 years was significant. His impact on the world was momentous. Without a doubt, few people have done more to advance civil and economic liberties throughout the world during their lifetime than Dr. Milton Friedman.
Rest in Peace Milton we salute you!
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The 11th of November is a special day for Poles, celebrated as the Independence Day meaning the return to the map of sovereign European states after 123 years of foreign rule. Naturally, regaining independence is not an event that could be discussed in terms of one specific date in calendar but rather a long and complex process. This special date, however, marks a series of important events that gave the day a symbolic meaning: the Compiegne armistice is signed, ending long and bloody World War I.
The Polish State was wiped out of Europe’s map after the Third Partition in 1795. The Partitions of Poland (1772, 1793, and 1795) divided the Polish Kingdom among its three powerful neighbours, Russia, Austria, and Prussia. The opportunities for regaining independence emerged only in the end of the World War I when the three conquerors were defeated.
The 11th of November was celebrated in the inter-war Poland as a national holiday. After the World War II, under communist regime, the holiday was repudiated. In line with the doctrine, the communist governments put an emphasis on the impact of the Russian Revolution of 1917 as the decisive factor in regaining independence by Poland. The first serious historical publications on Jozef Pilsudski and his contribution to the re-emergence of the Polish state started to appear only in the 1970-ties. In the end of the 1980-ties, people opposed to the communist system started to lay flowers on the Unknown Soldier Tomb on the 11th of November 11. In 1989, the 11th of November was re-established as the Independence Day.
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