Sunday, August 24, 2014

Jürgen Todenhöfer

quelle für alle 3 bilder: das facebook-profil vom Jürgen Todenhöfer
JT auf facebook im november 2015 nach paris attentaten (parisshooting) vom 16.11.2015

Publizist und Friedensaktivist Jürgen Todenhöfer spricht klartext über ISIS, Kurdistan, Westen (usa, ...) ... und ja Jürgen Todenhöfer ist gerade im Nordirak an der ISIS-Kurden-front .... also wem wollen wir glauben: Todenhöfer oder mainstream medien? btw, es ist absolut horizonterweiternd, die berichterstattungen über syrien, ukraine, gaza / israel / palästina, usw .. also niX wie hin zur facebookseite von Jürgen Todenhöfer

... entnomen aus Jürgen Todenhöfers facebook-profil:

a) j. todenhöfer über die ISIS / kurden / irak, 23.08.2014


Protokoll einer Reise in irakische Flüchtlings-Lager und an die IS-Front. 
Von meinem Sohn Frederic. Euer JT 

Saturday, August 23, 2014

3 voices

there is so much misinformation aka war propaganda in the mainstream media, that it is badly needed to read the other side as well .... here are 3 articles i liked a lot in the last few days ...
re-print ot the full articles:

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

eastbourne + beachy head + birling gap

our last stop in south england was eastbourne (sussex). we have stayed only one night in a really nice old hotel at the sea-side, but have managed also do the nice walk (3 hours trekking tour) to beachy head & birling gap ... and to swim in the ocean :)

eastbourne was very similar to our last stop brighton, just the tourists here were on average 50 years older then the folks we have seen in brighton. whole eastbourne appeared like an old age home to me :-)

the overview blog about our trip to london + south england

few pictures
beachy head
eastbourne, our shore view hotel

Monday, August 18, 2014


england has beaches full of summertime tourists? and there are people swimming in the english sea? yep, in brighton. and unbelievable expensive parking as well :-)

the overview blog about our trip to london + south england

few pictures
brighton's museum + art gallery
cold, of course ....

Sunday, August 17, 2014


our next stop? southampton ... well, you have to go deep into eastern europe in order to see a city so run-down as southampton => feeling like at home :-)

even at the sea-side the are almost no cafes, restaurants, no promenade for pedestrians ... just huge parking places in front of the ferries, traffic roads and much much empty space in superior location ... and what about the titanic, which left southampton for its first and final trip? you will not find any titanic ship / museum / model in the harbour ... just a titanic pub which we've found by accident and where i've had few beers with quite old local folks :-)

but anyway, we liked the remaining historic sites of southampton a lot: the survived parts of the medieval city walls, old city gates, few nice houses, the ruin of the church tower in the middle of the main street from arundel tower (arundel gate?) to the harbour ,,,

back to london / collector blog about our trip to south england

and yes, in southhamton we have had our most expensive accommodation in south england. probably because there are not many folks travelling there and thus there is not much supply and demand ... and no real competition (all hotels we have seen on the internet were similar expensive ~ 120 pounds per night without breakfast)

few pictures
sea-side ... no additional comment needed, are they?
part of medieval city walls

Saturday, August 16, 2014


after we have missed the entry to the windsor castle 2 days ago, we have decided to spent a lot of time in (the cathedral of) salisbury in order to satisfy our 'old england' cliche (london, ...).

our nicest memories of salisbury? the concert of phat bollard in the pedestrian zone as we sat there for lunch. even if i couldn't understand all of their lyrics i had the feeling that their music and their intention is about waking people up and move them from consumerism and obedience into a nice world of love, sharing and self-responsibility ... like #OccupyWallStreet two years ago => #OccupyAllStreets + #OccupyTogether and yes, the great CDs from phat bollard can bring the south england feeling to our living room in munich / germany any time we want to :-)
phat bollard


our next stop after london + windsor were the old, old stones of stonehenge ... 4,500 years old, they say ... well, everyone we spoke to about stonehenge told us we will be disappointed, so we didn't expect much and were not disappointed ... we even really liked the 30 minutes walk (instead of using the cars to the visitor centre) on the way back beside old (celtic?) graves and through the fields and forest ... but the best about stonehenge was our accommodations some 10 miles away. a small inn with only 4 tourist rooms and a pub from 16th century ...

few pictures

Friday, August 15, 2014


there is a famous castle, isn't there? well, we came to the ticket office at 4:15 pm and yes, it closed at 4 pm. wtf? well, we have seen the castle walls from outside, the small town as well and had a nice coffee break at the river thames, ... maybe we can see it some other time or never, who knows? it is not far away from our former stop london, but it is not on our stuff-to-see-list any longer ....

few pictures

 windsor castle

Tuesday, August 12, 2014


enjoy view insights + pictures from my father-daughter-program in london & south england

first of all, we have had nice weather as you can easily see at the pictures and yes, we have had nice time there. i have been to london 20+ years ago, but what surprised me this time most was that i didn't feel like abroad. strange, isn't it? maybe because we spoke german to each other and i also met 3 friends there i spoke german, slovak and english to. and yes, many things were somehow similar to our last year's father-daughter-program in new york. maybe because of the overwhelming surveillance all over the city :-( ... omg, dear broken system #stopwatchingus you can't afford it anyway :-)

our next stops after london were (pictures + stories follow soon, i hope):
st. pancras station. we have seen it every day, but not only therefore it is this my favourite london view 

Monday, August 11, 2014

rüdiger dahlke

rüdiger dahlke spricht klartext ... 14 minuten auf mysrica TV ... also alle auf die straße, ab zur montagsdemo und ja, alle bedeutet sowohl die bisher schlafenden als auch die revolutionär angehauchten und die spirituell angehauchten gemeinsam, denn zu warten bis jede(r) einzelne der 7 milliarden erdbewohner/innen sein/ihr bewußtsein bzw gedanken ändert reicht in absehbarer zeit für eine bessere welt angesichts der gesellschaftlichen schiefstände nicht :-) #montagsdemo2014

paar stichwörter: medienlüge, politikversagen, putin, TTIP, ukraine, montagsdemo, harald schmidt, NATO, chemtrails, vogelgrippe, schweinegrippe, merkel, DDR, bonn - berlin, ...

.. und noch ein *.jpg foto aus dem video zum verlinken


Saturday, August 2, 2014

gaza still under fire :-(

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. ~ Edmund Burke, Irish orator, philosopher, & politician (1729 - 1797)

No one could make a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little. ~ Edmund Burke

the idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world ~ dr. paul farmer
source: my last blog post about gaza

few decades ago ....
source: here

... it is not any different today :-(

every few years start israel a 'war' against palestinians because of various strange (and often unconfirmed) reasons. the last one was in november 2012

many call it war but it is not war, it is murder (noam chomsky on israels attacks on gaza,  2012): ... The Israeli decision to rain death and destruction on Gaza, to use lethal weapons of the modern battlefield on a largely defenseless civilian population, is the final phase in a decades-long campaign to ethnically-cleanse Palestinians.
Israel uses sophisticated attack jets and naval vessels to bomb densely-crowded refugee camps, schools, apartment blocks, mosques, and slums to attack a population that has no air force, no air defense, no navy, no heavy weapons, no artillery units, no mechanized armor, no command in control, no army… and calls it a war. It is not a war, it is murder. ... read the full article here:
michael heart 2009 ...

pictures from today: