Sunday, November 12, 2017

anonymous speaks (to future generations and) TO US

anonymous tells the truth about our world 12 minutes ... who will listen how to escape the upcoming NWO agenda? just watch the video below :-) 

btw, who is anonymous? maybe someone like you and me?
source of the picture? it is a screenshot from the following youtube-video, but let my show you this message first (if you asked me, i would put 'corporate + governmental' power instead):
source here
12 minutes

if you want to see my previus blog post on anonymous, just jump here. in case you better like mainstream media, go here.

november 22th, 2017: what a great video about the elites, who rule the world. anyway, i wouldn't call these psychopats 'elite', whould you?
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hands off yemen!

the biggest humanitarian crisis happens right now in yemen: war, famine (hungersnot), cholera epidemic, drinking water shortage, ...
source: youtube ... and the text in youtube's search bar shows you how easy you can get tons of  information beside the mainsteam media propaganda presented in major TV channels in western world. will you try it from time to time?

since march 2015, the saudi arabia led war coalition with many of neighbouring arab countries supported by USA, UK, france and even by germany which sells weapons, war ships (patrol boats) and other military material to saudi arabia, kills thousands yemenis and destroys the basis of existence for millions ...

btw, yemen was the 2nd country after syria which was directly attacked by trump's administration in 2017 in the so called 'yakla raid (@wikipedia)'. ... "...the operation severely damaged a local clinic, the mosque, and the school in the impoverished Yemeni village" ... "and killed at least 14 civilians included nine children under the age of 13, with the youngest being a three-month-old baby." ...  [wikipedia]
in comparison, the administration of nobel prize winner for peace, barack hussein obama, attacked SEVEN countries in 2016. thanks to mainstream media, most of us will even not be able to tell the names of these countries ... here the recapitulation by dr. daniele ganser
source: facebook here

here the short 3 minutes english language video by al jazeera:

would you like to watch one possible explanation why are saudis loosing in yemen (12 minutes video)? the next video tells part of the yemen catastrophy in 6 minutes in german language (by ken jebsen's KenFM):

when will the people in the west wake up and try to stop their corrupt governments who supports that tragedy? only then, if millions of yemenis refugees will reach europe and make the conflict visible here like the awareness of war on syria arose in last year's 'refugee crisis'? so sad :-(
well, let's hope that next year we will be more peace activist who will join the protest against the u.s. military air base ramstein in germany, which co-ordinates (all? / most?) of the worldwide drone attacks conducted by u.s. military in recent years). this september we have been approximately 5,000 folks building a people chain for peace during the StoppRamstein protest week. 5,000 is quite a lot, wouldn't you say? well, i've just tried to google how many fans come to germany's top soccer league bundesliga each week on average .... 44,820 (@12.11.2017). why has peace only so few fans and soccer that many? please leave a comment if you have any opinion on that for me such a sad fact, will you? if you know, why do we allow our corrupt governments and global corporations to destroy the entire world (human life, environment, climate,..), leave a comment either. we are the 99%, aren't we? let's give PEACE a chance.

more coming soon or never ...
november 22th, 2017: few days ago i've shared a blog about the humanitarian crisis in yemen. here comes an article by former u.s. candidate for presidency, ron paul, who describes why does america support genocide in yemen http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2017/november/20/why-are-we-helping-saudi-arabia-destroy-yemen/
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Saturday, November 4, 2017

ingolstadt

you probably know already that when at long trips, we do not like to make stops on highway restaurants. we usually find a nice (small) place close to the highway and try to find s.th. nice and some food there. on our way home from poland and dresden, we have visited the medieval city of ingolstadt (bavaria, germany) at the danube river (donau), today probably best known for its audi car plant and its soccer and ice-hockey teams.

if it was saturday afternoon and all the shops were open (the regular shops are still not allowed to be open on sundays or all night in bavaria, you know?), it was quite difficult to find a restaurant there. so we stayed at corso italia, something between a cafe and a sports bar, with very few main dishes and had a really tasty pasta and i additionally enjoyed the beautiful women at all their pictures + menue list.

enjoy few pictures, too :o)
 ingolstadt castle (schloss ingolstadt)
medieval city walls
 the main (shopping) street
 cafe / bar corso italia
sex sells, isn't it?

few more pictures here
some old pictures from 2010 here
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Friday, November 3, 2017

dresden

on our way back from lodz, we have spent 1 night and 1 day in dresden.

i liked most our boat hotel (= botel) pöppelmann on the elbe river and also the many free parking places in front of it. even if the hotel was quite simple, cheap and had a flair of a youth hostel. actually, for me it is  really romantic to sleep on a boat as we did in yangon too :-). also the location was really, really good as it was close to both, the hotspot at night and the city center next morning.
my daughters liked better our tour through the party district neustadt and would love to visit the museum of the DDR, which my wife + me didn't like to see yet as our memories at socialism are still present enough :-). 

well, dresden remembered me somehow on prague, but it was not that nice. especially a bridge of the category of prague's charles bridge was badly missing, if you asked me.

enjoy few pictures from the alaunstrasse (neustadt), graffitis and also the classical sightseeing highlights like semperoper, zwinger, kathedrale - hofkirche, frauenkirche, castle / schloss, ...
 botel pöppelmann
alaunstr, neustadt
 
DDR museum
 
 
 zwinger
semperoper
 castle
 kathedrale - hofkirche
 more pictures here
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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

lodz

enjoy few impressions from lodz, poland :-)

if you asked me, poland and also the preceding textile industry city of LODZ (= the 'polish manchester' which was first mentioned in 1322 but become big and an important industrial center only in 19th century) develops economically very well recently. there are new highways, so we needed this time with 2 short breaks only 9 hours by car from munich. the old bake stone industrial sites turns into shopping centers, pubs, offices, art galleries, ... even the prices for food + drinks are quite high almost everywhere in the city center (especially in the beautiful shopping and leisure centre manufaktura, which was build in izrael poznanski's old textile factory grounds ....
piotr szczesny (1963 - 2017) ~ i love freedom over all

even if our older family members like the ruling party PiS (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość = law and justice) because of its support for families (very high children's allowance) and its anti corruption proceeds against former government members, there are also many people concerned about the dwindling democracy in poland. by coincidence we also joined a demonstration concerning the suicide of Piotr S. who burned himself few days ago in warsaw as a protest against the swindling freedom due to PiS politics and listened to his farewell letter the demonstrators read loud in the ulica piotrkowska, which is the main street in lodz.
my 3 women always like to visit the ptak outlet center :-)
all saints + all hollows? here we are at the first and not so nice cemetery
tomb of karl scheibler (textile magnate) at the protestant cemetery in lodz
the old central cemetery contains beside the protestant part also a roman catholic and an orthodox part, so it is really interesting place to visit. just see few nice tombs below
a  really nice orthodox grave
poznanski's textile factory is now the shopping center manufaktura
karl scheibler's palace is part of the technical university today
scheibler & grohman factory ground
old industrial sites in new design :-)
back to ulica piotrkowska (piotrkowska street)

more pictures (mostly from 2 cemeteries and street arts like graffiti & sculptures) here
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