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Pääsihteeri Nikita Hrustsov - ja kenkä josta tuli osa historiaa

Pääsihteeri Nikita Hrustsov ja-  kenkä josta tuli osa historiaa

Sarjassamme huonosti käyttäytyviä miehiä.  Eli eräs Kylmän Sodan surrealistisimmista hetkistä; Hruštšovin kenkä ja muita lentäviä esineitä YK:ssa 1960

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Miten hyvä onkaan ihmisen muisti?

Muistan aivan elävästi miten makasin naapurissa salin lattialla ja luin ViikkoSanomia, noita Aatos Erkon Amerikantuomisia.  Suuren itäisen naapurimaamme päämies Hrutsev (näin meillä häntä kutsuttiin, tai ehkä vielä niukemmin konsonantein: ”Rutsev”) hakkasi kengällä pöytään.  Se tapahtui Amerikassa, Yhdistyneiden Kansakuntien yleiskokouksessa, Hrutsev oli huvittava, erikoinen ja vähän pelottava. 

The leader of the Soviet delegation (Hrustsov) to the United Nations was upset ... very upset.  It was the 12th of October, 1960, and his anger had been brewing for nearly two weeks.;

https://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Nikita-Khrushchev-and-the-UN-Shoe-Banging-Incident

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Ukrainalaisen talonpojan uho

Näin sen kertoo Wiki tänään;   Kun Filippiinien edustaja puhui, kimmastui Hruštšov ja meni puhemiehistön korokkeelle ja pyysi työjärjestyspuheenvuoron, ja teatraalisin elkein vaati edustaja Sumulongia väistymään pois, kuitenkaan koskettamatta fyysisesti tätä, ja aloitti perusteellisesti paheksua Sumulongia, syyttäen tätä muun muassa:

”ääliö, koomikon apupoika, lakeija, Amerikan imperialistien perseennuolija.. etc”

Wikipedia;

Upon hearing this, Khrushchev quickly came to the rostrum, being recognized on a Point of Order. There he demonstratively, in a theatrical manner, brushed Sumulong aside, with an upward motion of his right arm—without physically touching him—and began a lengthy denunciation of Sumulong, branding him (among other things) as "a jerk, a stooge, and a lackey", and a "toady of American imperialism"[14] and demanded Assembly President Frederick Boland (Ireland) call Sumulong to order. Boland did caution Sumulong to "avoid wandering out into an argument which is certain to provoke further interventions", but permitted him to continue speaking and sent Khrushchev back to his seat. 

YK:n yleiskokouksen istunto 12.10.1960.

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Nuppi lentää

Eräiden lähteiden mukaan tilanne vain kiihtyi, ja päättyi istunnon keskeytykseen.  Keskeytyspäätöksen todettuaan yleiskokouksen puheenjohtaja Frederick Boland (Irlanti) iski nuijan niin kovaa pöytään, että nuijan varsi katkesi ja nuppi lensi ties minne.

According to some sources, Khrushchev pounded his fists on his desk in protest as Sumulong continued to speak, and at one point picked up his shoe and banged the desk with it.[15] Some other sources report a different order of events: Khrushchev first banged the shoe then went to the rostrum to protest.[16] Sumulong's speech was again interrupted. Another Point of Order was raised by the highly agitated Romanian Foreign Vice-minister Eduard Mezincescu, a member of the Eastern Bloc. Mezincescu gave his own angry denunciation of Sumulong and then turned his anger on Boland, managing to provoke, insult and ignore the Assembly President to such an extent that his microphone was eventually shut off, prompting a chorus of shouts and jeers from the Eastern Bloc delegations. The chaotic scene finally ended when Boland, crimson-faced with frustration, abruptly declared the meeting adjourned and slammed his gavel down so hard he broke it, sending the head flying.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoe-banging_incident

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Hruštšovin kenkä

https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hru%C5%A1t%C5%A1ovin_kenk%C3%A4  (Pvm. 12.10.1960)

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Eräs Kylmän Sodan surrealistisimmista hetkistä

NSH kiukuttelee YK:ssa 12.10.1960

"one of the most surreal moments in the history of the Cold War."

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/nikita-khrushchev-throws-a-tantrum-at-the-united-nations

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Feikki vuodelta 1960

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Khruschev_shoe_fake.jpg

Tässä alkuperäinen kuva päivämäärältä 23.9.1960

Ja siihen ympätty tohveli/jalkine/kenkä.  Tämä tehostettu kuva on julkaistu mm. Time Magazinessa.

A collage of an image made by an anonymous photographer, at the United Nations, September 23, 1960, copyrighted RM Bettman/ Corbis/ Associated Press, and a fake image with shoe added to Khrushchev's hand (unknown author). The fake image is used by multiple medias, including Time magazine.

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Fotoshop

http://www.dreamtimepodcast.com/2009/07/k-blows-top.html

Täällä: Fred Bals (15 July 2009). "K Blows Top!". Dreamtime.

Reaction: K. blows top.

"Enraged, Khrushchev jumped up again, his face beet red," Peter Carlson relates in K Blows Top. "He had something in his hand and he waved it like a club. It was his right shoe, a tan loafer. For a moment, Washington Post reporter Murrey Marder thought Khrushchev was going to throw it at the podium. But he didn't. Instead, the premier sat down and began banging the shoe on his desk. His first blows were mere taps, but then he pounded harder and harder, louder and louder. Soon the other delegates were turning around, craning their necks to see who was making such a racket."

Khrushchev never explained what had inspired him to bang the shoe, but it became a signature gesture, forever after to be associated with Nikki the K. Many in the Soviet delegation were embarrassed, although they all dutifully banged their shoes along with their Premier. The U.N. was officially outraged. The media was alternately amused and frightened in their reports, given that this, this, this seeming buffoon prone to throwing temper tantrums also had a nuclear arsenal at his disposal.

As Carlson notes, "...the phrase 'Khrushchev banging his shoe' conjures up such a vivid mental image that many Americans believe they watched the event on television." I'm one of those Americans. Even though I was only eight years old at the time, I can close my eyes and see Khrushchev - in fuzzy black-and-white - slamming that shoe on the table. What I'm actually seeing is a fantasy image, maybe brought on by the dread of being fried to a radioactive krispy kritter at the tender age of eight by this guy who looked like somebody's grandfather.

Carlson goes on to point out that not only was there no video of the banging of the shoe, there's not even a still photo of the banging. (the photo above, which circulates on the Web as from Look magazine, is a Photoshopped fake). The closest thing we have to a photo of the shoe banging is a UPI picture of the shoe quietly sitting in front of Khrushchev's U.N. nameplate.

There's some controversy about whether there even was a shoe-banging incident. In a 2003 editorial in The New York Times, William Taubman expresses doubt that it ever happened. "According to [a Times reporter], Taubman writes, "Khrushchev leaned over, took off a slip-on shoe, waved it pseudomenacingly, and put it on his desk, but he never banged his shoe." And a photographer from Life, who was covering Khushchev's visit, notes, "...I can assure you that every camera in the booth was trained on Khrushchev, waiting for him to use the shoe. He only put it on again and left. None of us missed the picture — which would have been a serious professional error. The event never occurred."

Shoe-banging or no shoe-banging? Proof is lost in the mists of history.

See more: http://www.dreamtimepodcast.com/search/label/Nikita%20Khrushchev

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Mutta

Minähän olen nähnyt kuvan/tilanteen, jossa Hrustsov ihan selvästi piti kädessään mustaa kiiltonahkakenkää ja naputti sillä pöytää!

Mitä tämä on?

Lisäksi muistan nähneeni filminpätkän, jossa pääsihteeri H. toden totta nappasi mustan kengän vasemmasta jalastaan (muistan selvästi, että se oli hänen vasen jalkansa, kameran puoleinen jalkansa, kamera oli hänestä katsoen vasemmalla) ja napsi sillä pöydän kantta.

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Kauan kateissa olleen filmin todistus

Sanotaan että tämä filmi oli monta vuotta kateissa.  Missä ja miten?

Mutta kuten nähdään lähipiirin reaktiot ovat lähinnä huvittuneita, joten kyse lienee huumorista?

http://welcome.philstockworld.com/terrific-tuesday-everything-is-awesome-again/

“On 12 October, head of the Filipino delegation Lorenzo Sumulong referred to "the peoples of Eastern Europe and elsewhere which have been deprived of the free exercise of their civil and political rights and which have been swallowed up, so to speak, by the Soviet Union".[12] Upon hearing this, Khrushchev quickly came to the rostrum, being recognized on a Point of Order. There he demonstratively, in a theatrical manner, brushed Sumulong aside, with an upward motion of his right arm—without physically touching him—and began a lengthy…”

Nyt puhutaan lokakuusta; 12.10.1960,

“Vain kolme viikkoa ennen Yhdysvaltain presidentinvaalien huipennusta Nixonin ja J.F. Kenndyn välillä. Pääsihteeri Hrustshovin surullisenkuuluisa kengällä paukuttelu –välikohtaus.

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Unohtumattomat 37 sekuntia

https://

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Mikä kenkä?

Kenkä-keissistä kysyttiin Hrutshevin pojan Sergein tyttäreltä, Nina Hrutshevalta vuonna 2000.  Nina oli kohdannut kenkä-kysymykset tuhanteen kertaan ja päättänyt ottaa asiasta selvän.  Etsiä totuuden. Niinpä hän 18 vuotta sitten vastasi The New Statesmanin haastattelussa:

Kun he kuulivat nimeni, Hrutshev, he kysyivät, senkö tytär, joka löi kengällä pöytään. Ei, ei ja vielä kerran ei.  Tingattiin, olinko nähnyt kuvia siitä. En, todellakaan en, enkä halunnut enkä halua! Vaihdetaan jo puheenaihetta.

Link: https://web.archive.org/web/20061123043518/http://www.newstatesman.com/nssubsfilter.php3?newTemplate=NSArticle_NS&newDisplayURN=200010020025

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Sergei Hrutshev, - Nikitan poika tutki asiaa

vuonna 1991 yhdessä Kanadan Yleisradioyhtiön CBC:n kanssa – heikoin tuloksin.

Khrushchev's son, Sergei, who has lived in Rhode Island since 1991, told us that he and his family sought photographic evidence from the archives of NBC and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. They came up empty-handed.

https://www.politifact.com/rhode-island/statements/2015/jan/18/arthur-cyr/curious-case-khrushchev-shoe/

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Never ever

Amherts Collegen politologian professori William Taubman, joka alkujaan uskoi kenkäteoriaan, palasi aiheen piiriin vuonna 2003 artikkelissaan, jossa hän kertoi että TIMESin YK-kirjeenvaihtaja James Feron, joka oli väitetyllä tapahtumahetkellä YK:n istuntoa seuraamassa, väitti kiven kovaan, ettei Neuvostojohtaja koskaan paukuttanut kengällä pöytää YK:ssa. 

Hrutshov ”kumartui, irrotti nauhattoman kenkänsä, heilutti sitä näennäisen uhkaavasti ja laittoi sitten työpöydälle, mutta hän koskaan hakannut sillä pöytää”, Taubman kertoi Feronin sanoneen.

When Amherst College political science professor William Taubman -- who originally believed that Khrushchev used the shoe to bang on the table -- revisited the question for a 2003 article, he reported that another Times correspondent, James Feron, who was also at the U.N. at the time, insisted that the Soviet leader never banged it.  Khrushchev "leaned over, took off a slip-on shoe, waved it pseudomenacingly, and put it on his desk, but he never banged his shoe," Taubman quotes Feron as saying. - Feron told Taubman that the author of the Times article, Benjamin Welles, didn't witness the banging but based his story on second-hand accounts.

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Väärin ymmärtämisen taidosta

Pääsihteeri Nikita S. Hrutshovin elämäkerran kirjoittaja, William Taubman siteeraa myös LIFE-lehden entistä kuvaeditoria John Loengardia, joka ilmoitti, että Hrustshov oli kurottautui alas, otti ruskean mokkasiinin (loafer), asetti sen työpöydälleen ja ilmoitti eräille valtuutetuille, että hän aikoo paukuttaa kengällään . Lehdistöhuoneessa oli noin kymmenen valokuvaajaa valmiina ottamaan kuvaa tapahtuma. Mutta he pettyivät.
"Hän vain laittoi sen uudestaan jalkaansa ja lähti, eikä kukaan meistä missannut kuvaa - mikä olisikin ollut vakava ammatillinen virhe; mitään vain ei koskaan tapahtunut", Loengard kertoi Taubmanille.
"Olen kuullut myös teoriasta, jonka mukaan hänellä olisi ollut kahdet kengät, joista yhtä hän olisi paukuttanut pöytään YK:ssa", Taubman kertoi meille sähköpostilla.
Huomaamme, että spekuloidaksemme voisimme ajatelle, että on olemassa toinen tilaisuus, joka syntyy New York Timesin vielä vuoden 1960 aikana. Nimittäin The Times mainitsee, että ”toinen kenkähäiriö” oli pian ensimmäisen jälkeen.;

"Later," the Times reported, "during the debate on colonialism in which tempers flared among several delegations, Mr. Khrushchev alternately shouted, waved a brawny right arm, shook his finger and removed his shoe a second time. The second shoe incident occurred during a speech by Francis O. Wilcox, an Assistant United States Secretary of State. Mr. Khrushchev and Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko exchanged smiles and winks and Mr. Khrushchev then reached down and slipped his shoe back on."

Perhaps Khrushchev did bang his shoe and most people missed it. And when word spread to the photographers to focus on Khrushchev, the Soviet leader didn't deliver. That would also explain why the only photographic evidence the Times had was the photo of the shoe sitting on his desk.

Lähde: The curious case of the Khrushchev shoe

By C. Eugene Emery Jr. on Sunday, January 18th

https://www.politifact.com/rhode-island/statements/2015/jan/18/arthur-cyr/curious-case-khrushchev-shoe/

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Did he bang it?: Nikita Khrushchev and the shoe?

Wiliam Taubmann, The International Herald Tribune, 26.7.2003.

https://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/26/opinion/did-he-bang-it-nikita-khrushchev-and-the-shoe.html

- siis 15 vuotta sitten! – tähän tapaan:

Tätä juhlallista kenkää väitettiin paukutetun 13. lokakuuta 1960.

New York Timesin kirjeenvaihtaja Benjamin Welles ilmoitti, että Hruščov oli reagoinut Filippiinien valtuuskunnan puheeseen, tämän syyttäessä Neuvostoliittoa siitä, että se oli "idättänyt" Itä-Eurooppaa ja "kadottanut" ”poliittiset ja kansalaisoikeutensa".

Wellesin mukaan Hruščov "vetäisi esiin oikean jalan kenkänsä, nousi ylös ja heristi kengällä Filippiinien edustajaa kokoussalin toisella puolella, ja sitten hän paukutti kengällään pöytää."

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Venäläinen taho kommentoi

Vastauksena, Hruschov kutsui filippiinien delagaatti Sumulongia "avustajaksi ja amerikkalaiseen imperialismiin pesiytyneeksi tyypiksi".

Istuntohallissa kaikki oli sekaisin, Hruščov otti takin ja alkoi taputella kengällään pöytälevyä, mikä aiheutti shokin ranskalaisten ja brittiläisten keskuudessa.

Amerikkalaiset ottivat tämän toimivana, ylivertaisena retorisena happeninginä, kuivaa kokousjärjestystä "rikastuttavana oratoris-diplomaattisena taiteena”.

http://www.aif.ru/politics/world/8207

В ответ Хрущёв обозвал Сумулонга «прихвостнем и холуем американского империализма». В зале поднялся шум, Хрущев снял ботинок и стал стучать им по трибуне, что вызвало шок у французов и англичан. Американцы восприняли этот поступок как экстравагантный риторический приём, «обогащающий ораторско-дипломатическое искусство».

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Hrustshev ja kenkä

https://www.google.fi/search?q=hrustsov+kenk%C3%A4&tbm=isch&tbs=rimg:CWOHVVX4XNx6IjhCg9TGuxZQU0P7xwwY_1qd5d4iQDVLXP3vp0cAmNclbFoRXh3zCccWXrDAYc7snpl5eyYzeMUBw1CoSCUKD1Ma7FlBTEUWv3WBm0pBMKhIJQ_1vHDBj-p3kRnLv_1InWkKqoqEgl3iJANUtc_1exH6KNjl0vDcWCoSCenRwCY1yVsWEQCnk6ZeWB88KhIJhFeHfMJxxZcR3h6EGT55GpUqEgmsMBhzuyemXhGHGDtcaXRfwSoSCV7JjN4xQHDUEb4wUa_19JzYi&tbo=u&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjihdviqLzcAhWQh6YKHXouDBUQ9C96BAgBEBs&biw=1536&bih=745&dpr=1.25

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Vävypoika, Aleksei Adshubei, kirjoitti elämäkerran appiukostaan (1989):

http://www.belousenko.com/books/adjubey/adjubey_10_years.htm

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Hrutshev haluaa haudata sinut

Kuvia Kylmän Sodan päiviltä:

byryan poulsen ; Khruschev- We will bury you

https://

Koeta kestää c. 4:38 min.

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Appendix of the Soviet leader's book—Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev: Statesman, 1953-1964—the following events took place:

[Khrushchev] resolved to ask the president of the session to give him leave to speak on a point of order - a right provided for under the official procedure.  Nikita Sergeyevich raised his hand, but Boland either did not see it or pretended not to see it. 

Khrushchev stood up and again raised his hand.  Now it was simply impossible not to notice Nikita Sergeyevich standing there with his hand raised.  But the speaker continued to hold forth, while the head of the Soviet delegation continued to stand with his hand raised.  It seemed that the chair was simply ignoring him.
 

Then Khrushchev took off one of the light boots he was wearing and began to bang it on the table.  That was the moment that entered world history as Khrushchev's famous shoe.  The conference hall of the United Nations had never seen its like before.  (Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev: Statesman, 1953-1964, by N.S. Khrushchev, et al., page 892.)

https://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Nikita-Khrushchev-and-the-UN-Shoe-Banging-Incident

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YK:ssa 29.8.1960;

1960: Khrushchev anger erupts at UN

The Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has disrupted a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly with several angry outbursts.

Twice he pounded his desk and twice he shouted interruptions to show his disapproval at the way UN forces have intervened in the recent trouble in former Belgian Congo.

Mr Khrushchev is calling for the UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold to be replaced by a three-man executive representing the western, Soviet and neutral camps.

His interruptions came during a speech by British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, who expressed total confidence in Mr Hammarskjold's "energy, resourcefulness and above all integrity".

Military force

While most of the Assembly applauded his sentiments, Mr Khrushchev pounded the table with both fists.

When Mr Macmillan referred to the recent four-power summit in Paris, which was called off after a US spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union, Mr Khrushchev began shouting in Russian and waving his forefinger.

His words were translated as: "Don't send U2s. You were supporting aggression."

Another more violent interruption came when Mr Macmillan moved on to the subject of inspection and control of disarmament.

The prime minister said he understood Soviet concerns that inspection and control of arms could be a cover for espionage.

At this point, Mr Khrushchev stood up and waved his hand and shouted: "You accept my disarmament proposals and I'll accept any controls."

During last Friday's session of the General Assembly, Mr Khrushchev accused the UN of siding with the so-called colonial powers.

He is angry at the UN's refusal to use military force in newly independent Congo, which appears to be on the brink of civil war. Instead, a UN peacekeeping force has been deployed with orders not to intervene to influence the outcome of the conflict.

Link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/september/29/newsid_3087000/3087171.stm

Tapahtui 29. päivä syyskuuta

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RAI – Italian valtiollinen televisioyhtiö on sijoittanut Rai-Historia –sivustolleen tällaisen kippaleen, kesto 1:04 minsaa.

Seuraa, miten miehet vaihtuvat, penkkirivit vaihtuvat – ja jopa mikrofonit vaihtuvat.  Se on näppärää kun sen osaa:

Accadde Occi Anno 1960;

La Scarpa di Kruscev:

http://www.raistoria.rai.it/articoli/la-scarpa-di-kruscev/11034/default.aspx

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TIME-lehden

Top 10 U.N. General-Assembly Moments

The World Stage

Khrushchev Loses His Cool

On his last full day in New York City for the 1960 Assembly meeting, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev took offense to the words of a delegate from the Philippines who claimed that Eastern Europe had been "deprived of political and civil rights" and had effectively been "swallowed up by the Soviet Union." What happened next has been debated, but William Taubman, author of Khrushchev: The Man and His Era writes that after banging a table with both his fists, the Soviet leader took off his right shoe — a loafer or sandal, according to Khrushchev's son, because he hated tying laces — waved it and then "banged it on the table, louder and louder, until everyone in the hall was watching and buzzing." Afterward Khrushchev was said to have remarked, "It was such fun! The U.N. is sort of a parliament, you know, where the minority has to make itself known, one way or another. We're in the minority for the time being, but not for long." The incident is so often associated with the United Nations and the General Assembly, Taubman says, that the most frequent question asked of U.N. tour guides is,

"Where was Khrushchev sitting when he pounded his shoe?"

http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1843506_1843505_1843496,00.html

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Khruschev Speaks At UN (1960)

Britsih Pathe; 4:34 minuuttia https://

…Janoinen ukrainalainen kehuu pääsihteerin tarjolle saattaaa vettä..

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YK-kalabaliikin vastapuoli, Filippiinien edustaja,

Former Senator Lorenzo Sumulong (1905-1997) saakoon pienen huomion vielä lopuksi:

Filippiiniläis-diplomaatti, joka suuttutti Neuvosto-johtajan.

https://filipiknow.net/nikita-khrushchev-shoe-banging-incident-in-un/

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TIME 1960

https://alchetron.com/Shoe-banging-incident#demo

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Tosipolitiikan tapauksesta tuli pian elävää kansankulttuuria:

Superman eli teräsmies puhuu:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-nPmQMKn6xHg/UJYYGfLl23I/AAAAAAAAL-M/YSkD-_TRoh8/s1600/Action311-07.jpg

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https://www.google.fi/search?q=shoe+banging+incident+nikita+khrushchev&sa=N&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&ved=2ahUKEwjqso757rzcAhUlD5oKHQzDCFs4ChCwBHoECAYQAQ&biw=1536&bih=745

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Piditkö tästä kirjoituksesta? Näytä se!

2Suosittele

2 käyttäjää suosittelee tätä kirjoitusta. - Näytä suosittelijat

NäytäPiilota kommentit (6 kommenttia)

Käyttäjän veikkohuuska kuva
Veikko Huuska

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PS.
Linkit eivät tietenkään enää toimi. Tekstit ovat vuodelta 2003.

Hi there

I didn't find any photo though some must exist. However, it seems the
shoe pounding incident did involve some previous planning. This from
the Cincinnati Enquirer, Friday, January 25, 2002:

"Anger can work as a negotiating tool but it should probably be
planned and contained, suggests Mark McCormack in What They Don't
Teach You at Harvard Business School. “A photo of Nikita Khrushchev's
historic shoe-pounding incident at the United Nations revealed that he
was still wearing both his shoes,” Mr. McCormack says. “A third
pounding shoe, now that's calculation.”

http://enquirer.com/editions/2002/01/25/fin_mornin... - Third
article down the page
Subject: Re: Khrushchev at a 1960 UN conference slamming his shoe on the desk, picture?
From: aceresearcher-ga on 26 Jan 2003 03:52 PST

christianh,

Brown University apparently has an
"Enlarged photocopy of photograph published in The New York Times,
October 13, 1960. Caption: 'Puts shoe to new use: Premier Khrushchev
with his shoe before him at U.N. He waved and banged with it.'"
However, the picture of this is missing from their web page.

They also have a
"Pair of Nikita Khrushchev's shoes.
No, this is NOT the pair that he wore at the United Nations on October
12, 1960‹after his death his family threw it out by mistake‹but
another pair with which it had been confused. Sergei Khrushchev
subsequently learned that his father had sent a bodyguard to buy a
pair of American shoes more appropriate for the unexpectedly warm
weather. Gift of S. Khrushchev."
http://www.brown.edu/Facilities/University_Library...

It does seem clear that at least one photo (possible made from
television footage) exists:
"At the time daily PSA's ran on television describing how to build a
home bomb shelter. That was followed by a picture of Khrushchev
pounding his shoe on the table at the UN yelling 'We will bury you!'"
http://www.anvilfire.com/FAQs/archives/g102002a.htm

There are numerous mentions of film footage of the incident:
"We've all seen the footage of Khrushchev hammering a podium with his
shoe..."
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/8.11/streetcred...

"Perhaps the most famous "irrational" negotiation ploy involved former
Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev. It occurred at the United Nations
when Krushchev practically woke up the world by pounding his shoe on a
table to emphasize a point... A published photo of Krushchev's
shoe-pounding antic later found him with two shoes on his feet while
he pounded a third shoe on the table."
http://www.negotiationinstitute.com/articles/archi...

"An intriquing example of what might be learnt by studying a person's
bodily behaviour concerns an allegation about Nikita Khrushchev's
conduct during a famous debate at the General Assembly of the United
Nations. Khrushschev interrupted proceedings by banging on the table
with his shoe... The allegation is that TV cameras revealed Khrushchev
had shoes on both feet and that the one he banged on the table just
before he left the platform was third shoe brought into the conference
chamber expressly for that purpose. If the allegation is true, it
reveals that the demonstration was a calculated piece of histrionics,
and not a spontaneous burst of anger."
http://www.thomsonlearning.co.uk/businessandmanage...

I am sorry I was not able to find an actual picture for you!

aceresearcher
Subject: Re: Khrushchev at a 1960 UN conference slamming his shoe on the desk, picture?
From: omnivorous-ga on 26 Jan 2003 09:22 PST

Christianh --

It appears that you're going to have to go to video to get Krushchev
in the act of banging the shoe. The picture that you've referenced in
your link above is the exact picture carried in the New York Times on
p. 14, Oct. 13, 1960.

The photo carries a credit to the NY Times and photographer Carl T.
Gossett, Jr. The caption reads: "Puts Shoes to New Use: Premier
Krushchev with his shoe before him at U.N. He waved it and banged
with it."

The article says that Krushcheve "brandished the shoe at the
Phillipine delegate on the other side of the hall" before banging it
on the desk. It also refers to Krushchev removing the shoe a second
time.

Google search strategy:
Use of Proquest Historical Newspapers, the online access to the New
York Times archive. This service is available via many public library
systems (for a fee).

Best regards,

Omnivorous-GA
http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=14...
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PS.
Linkit eivät tietenkään enää toimi. Tekstit ovat vuodelta 2003.
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Veikko Huuska

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bfnxj9U_aVY

pitkä puhe.

tasan tunti. One Hour

Julkaistu 4.10.2017

Khrushchev sperging out at the UN while others laugh.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bfnxj9U_aVY

Käyttäjän veikkohuuska kuva
Veikko Huuska

Nuoret ottavat mallia:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVurMFppIg4

1:04 min
Julkaistu 11.5.2015

My 4th quarter PRP for the best class on Earth, AP European History. Actual, legit, real-life historical evidence of Nikita Khrushchev banging his shoe at a UN conference.

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Tomi Vaalisto

Hrustsov taitaa olla venäläinen ja hänen synnyinkotinsa on Kurskissa Venäjällä, jossa kävin joku vuosi sitten.
Ukrainalaiset silti muistavat Ukrainassa puoluejohtajana toimineen Nikitan eikä ne muistot ole kovin hyviä.

Käyttäjän veikkohuuska kuva
Veikko Huuska

Niinpä.

Laitan kuriositettiina tähän yhden jutun "hullusta ukrainalaisesta pallopäästä":

Kun NSH syrjäytettiin lokakuussa 1964, salaliiton keulahahmot, Brezhnev, Kosygin ja Podgornyi, tiesivät, että "jotain tässä täytyy tehdä", mutta vaikka kaikki olivatkin kovia miehiä, tiesivät, ettei Nikitakaan mikään taikina ole, joten mieltä kalvoi syvä epävarmuus.

Mutta kello tikitti, ja toimeen oli ryhdyttävä:

"Salaliittolaiset eivät suinkaan noudattaneet menettelyissään maan lakeja eikä puolueen pyhiä pykäliä.
Miehet, jotka eivät olleet mitään ”pitsinnyplääjiä” lajiltaan ja luonnoltaan, tiesivät kuitenkin, että ”pimeiden töiden osastolla liikutaan”.
Onkin aika kiinnostavaa lukea, kuinka Brezhnev – vanhan pelimiehenä – lopulta empi ja keikkui aidalla loppuun asti, kunnes tapahtumien vyöry oli jo väistämättömällä tavalla sysätty liikkeelle, eikä paluumahdollisuutta ollut.

Tuolloin, iso B. pureskeli kynsiään ja voivotteli:

”Jos tämä homma palaa pohjaan, se hullu ukrainalainen pallopää ei tunne mitään sääliä, vaan teurastaa meidät surutta”.

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Vinkki: Blogini 1.11.2014, kun tuli kuluneeksi puoli vuosisataa Nikitan syrjäyttämisestä;
Salaliiton ääriviivat – näin Hrustsov syrjäytettiin 50 vuotta sitten
http://veikkohuuska.puheenvuoro.uusisuomi.fi/17902...

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