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A Conversation With Jery II

Jerry is a great friend of mine. Born in Ostpreußen, he rode on the cattlecars west as the Russians came to burn their homes and murder all Germans. 5,010 more words

Wenn ich Kanzler von Deutschland wär

Unser Freund, der Autor Norbert Nussbaum, schaut seinen lieben Mitmenschen liebend gern aufs Maul. Nussbaum schreibt schon lange als Freier Autor für den Spiegel, aber manchmal, gerade über die Feiertage, ist ja auch in Nachrichtenredaktionen nicht allzu viel los. 407 more words

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Cameron's EU Future

Yesterday, David Cameron set out on his mission to tackle the great European machine to the ground and to force-feed it ‘British Interests’. That phrase is rather visceral and no one is really sure what he is planning to demand, but immigration is sure to take centre stage in any negotiations. 260 more words

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Merkel Spying on France & EU Commission ? / Armstrong Economics

New post on Armstrong Economics

Merkel Spying on France & EU Commission?

by Martin Armstrong

Angela Merkel has so far beaten every scandal which has emerged from the Euro to the NSA. 91 more words

Georgia and Ukraine likely to get free visa travel

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini (L), President of European Parliament Martin Schulz and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) talk on the second day of the fourth European Union (EU) eastern Partnership Summit in Riga, on May 22, 2015 as Latvia holds the rotating presidency of the EU Council. 57 more words

NEW IMMIGRATION LAWS

GREECE – NEEDS TO LEARN: THE TAIL DOES NOT WAG THE DOG; or, THE NEW GREEK “ZOLA”: J’ACCUSE, J’ACCUSE, etc. !

Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis has Chutzpah. He just told the Euro Group lenders to stop wasting time and give us, Greece, what we want! It’s either crass or brass. 629 more words

EU

Merkel urges tighter WHO management after 'Ebola catastrophe'  

From Channel NewsAsia, May 2015

GENEVA: German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday the World Health Organization must streamline its management to respond quickly to crises like West Africa’s “Ebola catastrophe” that has killed more than 11,000 people. 348 more words

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