Now we have reached the end of the presumption of innocence and this is just the beginning of a serious international crisis with no certainty that it can be kept under control.
The political leaders of Europe may do not have a common moral or intelligence to see through the distorted image of lies in connection with the demise of a Russian spy in England. For the “post-factual” bull-horns this is not a problem but this is why the corrupt EU bureaucracy is in big trouble. Their feeble leaders betray the true needs of humans for the sake of geopolitical charades. Such a repugnant decadence will not be forgiven by ordinary people.
1.) "Russia shot down the passenger jet over Ukraine." No evidence provided, not considered necessary.
2.) "Russia ignores Assad's troops using chemical weapons in Syria." No evidence provided, not considered necessary.
3.) "Russia has interfered in the US, France, Germany, etc. Elections and the Brexit referendum" There was no evidence, none was considered necessary.
4) "Russia used a chemical in a botched attempt to kill a useless double agent they had a year ago in a jail jail, but decided it would not do any good to them or the British." - Again, no evidence because they do not think it necessary.
Remarkable is the timing with anniversaries: this month it's been fifteen years since launching an illegal war on Iraq based on lies that claimed over one million lives and set the entire Middle East on fire. Also its been seven years since the Americans and British broke the fence on the covert wars for regime change in Syria and Libya, which has flooded Europe with a refugee crisis. And last US & UK began their support of the Saudi war against Yemen, which has been described by the United Nations as the worst man-made humanitarian crisis in decades.
All the evidence for these American-British acts of terror is so clear. And yet the sanctimonious European states have not imposed any sanctions on these crimes.
Instead, the not elected political responsible of the EU bureaucracy are ready to fall into a “thought coma” and to spoil their own relations with Russia, - all at the behest of self-serving British policies which is crafted by HSBC, Goldmann Sachs and all sorts of sinister conservatives.
... is famous for its nasty reputation as being wicked and overall aggressive. Frankly speaking, it’s hard to draw any certain conclusion about the character of the dog all in all since so many discreditable or ignorant masters have brought up lots of short-tempered and ill-behaved dogs. Most Rotweilers come to be perilous only as a consequence of its owner’s carelessness or purposeful maliciousness.
Majority of the Rotweilers are well fit for being trustworthy and observant defender provided they were properly trained and socialised. It might seem strange for lots of the breed’s slanderers, but the Rottweiler tends extremely cling to a human being. It’s affectionate and mischievous with those it knows well. Highly devoted and fearless, the dog would sacrifice its life for the sake of its beloved housemates.
Russia in the spotlight, -
but this time not in a blame and shame…
Not only in Leipzig, also in Paris is a book fair! And, in contrast to upset Clown Boris and our other friends on the island at the “Paris Livre” book fair the exhibitors are welcoming Russia as a guest of honour.
Russia is represented by 38 Russian authors, internationally recognised authors, but also new talents. The historical, cultural and literary links between France and Russia are quite unique as they’re not too anglophone
Buddy's way of having fun is chasing hogs. He possesses a powerful prey drive. He also may never tolerate another home pet and the only save cat is this of my neighbour. Generally all other cats are good cats when they're "growing" on trees. Some issues also arise with dog’s like Jack Russells, Staffies all dogs with high tensions. Specifically, Buddy is harsh with strange dogs intruding "his" domain.
Given the fact he's a trained detection dog his hunting is more playing and having fun. Surprisingly Rottweiler seem to have a high risk awareness and because he's listening first time calls.
I really should spend more time in Italy now when I’m there to do the construction documentations for the yachts because EU’s nightmare scenario still possible!
Some must have had a strange reminder from a 10 years ago president who. Still it did not stop over a quarter of Italians to still vote for him again….
Italy’s national election held on Sunday was a resounding victory for the country’s euro-skeptic Five Star Movement, which emerged as the largest party, garnering a third of the vote.
While the populist party’s share of the vote is not enough to form a government on its own, its 31-year-old leader, Luigi Di Maio, has reportedly said he is now open to forming an alliance. The reversal from Five Star’s insistence that it will go it alone came as Di Maio said Monday that the party now had “a responsibility to govern Italy.”
Sunday’s vote was a stinging rebuke to all establishment parties, with the ruling centre-left coalition led by Matteo Renzi’s Democratic Party finishing in a distant third place. Former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-right party was out-shined by its far-right ally Lega (League), which won the second most votes for a single party.
Most analysts took comfort ahead of the election that a centre-right coalition would prove an insurmountable bulwark against the Five Star Movement’s ability to form a ruling coalition, which might eventually threaten to pull Italy out of the euro area. But Five Star’s strong results, coupled with the centre-right’s worse-than-expected performance, have given the anti-EU party momentum to push to form a ruling alliance.
For the moment, Lega says it will stick with a centre-right bloc, which is projected to win the most seats in the lower house of parliament but will still be shy of a ruling majority. Some point out, however, that an alliance between the anti-immigrant Lega and Five Star – the worst-case scenario for the European Union – is still possible.
Regardless of the outcome, Italy is now facing weeks of uncertainty as parties negotiate to form a ruling government. The situation bears some resemblance to that which is unfolding in Germany, also as a result of an upsurge in support for right-wing, anti-immigration candidates. But unlike Germany, Italy can ill afford policy uncertainty as it continues to battle significant economic woes.
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