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Forum convention
Belgrade Knez 13:03 GMT 03/27/2020
understand .... cheers .... thought about it

Forum convention
Mtl JP 12:35 GMT 03/27/2020
knez - it is not necessary to thank profusely for posts.
IF one asks a Q and TIA-s in advance,
(tia = Thankyou In Advance), whoever has decided by their own grace o reply has accepted the tia
imagine if every exchange were followed w/thankyou profusion
brevity of word is usually inversely proportional to quality of info it delivers
fwiw

COVID-19
Coronavirus 10:53 GMT 03/25/2020
Prince Charles tests positive for Coronavirus

COVID-19
Cape May john 10:25 GMT 03/25/2020
Not surprising with everyone telling him his Easter schedule was unrealistic...


"President Trump appears to be revising his plans to end the lockdowns that have crippled the US economy, while promising that the federal government could actually spend much more than the $2 trillion in economic stimulus to prevent a virus-related economic catastrophe, FOX Business has learned." -- Fox news.com

COVID-19
Forex Forum 08:58 GMT 03/24/2020

From Forex Forum MTL JP

Is this exponential or parabolic:

German coronavirus cases rise by 4,764 cases to 27,436: Robert Koch Institute - Reuters·2 hrs ag

COVID-19
New Jersey john 07:35 GMT 03/24/2020
Wuhan China reportedly emerging from lock down, as they say new cases have waned.

Hawaii
Hawaii RB 07:27 GMT 03/24/2020
Apparently, if you lose your sense of taste and smell, it's a strong early indicator you have it without showing other symptoms. It's unique to this virus and widely reported by contractees.

Hawaii
Westchester RB 07:26 GMT 03/24/2020
Example of malaria drug working:

Florida man with coronavirus says drug touted by Trump saved his life

https://nypost.com/2020/03/22/florida-man-with-coronavirus-says-drug-touted-by-trump-saved-his-life/?utm_campaign=iosapp&utm_source=mail_app

COVID-19
New Jersey john 07:23 GMT 03/24/2020
I learned more in 2minutes (Bloomberg) then I have learned in hours of
blab. Chief of emergency Room Mount Sinai Brooklyn

"We really don't need a test anymore. We have seen enough cases. We can
diagnose by symptoms."

Symptoms in this region:

fever, cough, body aches

If you have these symptoms call Telehealth and they will decide what you
should do. 80% of patients can stay home. Of the remaining 20% some
must be hospitalized with oxygen for a while. A small percentage are
severe.

Their biggest problem is that patients admitted check in and then stay.
They are getting seriously backed up.

He said this is not definitive, but his impression is that the vast
majority of patients have developed an immunity.


Masks
Vancouver MS 23:07 GMT 03/23/2020
Canada can't create anything except currency. Why not just print extra BoC notes and fashion n95 face masks out of notes in Canada? LOL!

Masks
NYC JM 21:23 GMT 03/23/2020  - My Profile
It is said the N95 mask, which is used by hospitals is the only one that protects the wearer. Other masks, such as the type used in nail salons, protects the transmission by the wearer but not the wearer from incoming particles.

Masks
Huntington DS 19:51 GMT 03/23/2020
Do you think it is safe to go to a supermarket without a mask?

Baron Rothschild on money addiction
Mtl JP 13:36 GMT 03/19/2020
exclusive transcript of an interview Robert Scully did with Baron Rothschild a short while before the good Baron departed this World for the Forever land.

Here it goes:

Q.- Well, Baron Rothschild, I welcome your wisdom on that, and with your permission, sir, in the next half of the show, I’d like to tap your wisdom on money… on public debt, on Wall Street, on excesses, recovery, recession, depression… all these things that are assaulting… that are assaulting our senses these days… that’s all we read about in the papers, and I’m sure you’ve got a lot to say about that. So I’ll be right back to this chat with Baron Guy de Rothschild, talking to us from Paris. Be right back.

[BREAK]

Q.- Hi, welcome back. This is Bob Scully, and I’m speaking with a guest who’s sitting in Paris, but he could have been sitting in London or any number of cities, because his family, as we mentioned earlier, was one of the first multinational families, one of the first to succeed in various countries at the same time. He’s Baron Rothschild. Guy de Rothschild… he’s of the French branch, but speaks excellent English. But , Baron, as I mentioned, just before we left for the break, you were a banker for a number of years, and now retired from business, but your family, as we were discussing, created so many instruments in the financial world, like letters of credit, like transportation of valuables that didn’t involve physical means. When someone like you saw all the leverage on Wall Street a few years ago, you must have thought it was the same vision gone wild… I mean people buying companies with 1% equity. You must have shaken your head and thought it would never work. How did you react to that?

R.- Well, first of all, there was some really absurd behavior… absurd behavior happening, which… the absurdity being that it was accepted. I’m not talking about the illegal… the cheating. That’s a segment of its own. But the fact of people accepting to lend banks or individuals… to lend money on what? PayPal, hopes, good looks… I don’t know anything… it’s totally absurd. I don’t think that the inflation of those particular things we are referring to really upset the economy. But obviously it didn’t help… it didn’t help. I don’t think that… really it was too small in comparison to the whole world economy, which is always in play in any of these things, to have a world effect. It has certainly had a very bad moral effect. You know, when I think back on a time when… I believe you were still only a promise, in the middle of the 1920s, and when I became little by little conscious a little later of what had taken place in the huge slump, the famous October 29 collapse of Wall Street, you know, when the theatrical newspaper, I’ve forgotten its name, magazine…

Q.- Variety.

R.- Variety came out with the big title “Wall Street Lays an Egg”, which has become famous. Um… and in the early thirties, no one understood why… what’s wrong, what’s different between 32 and 28 if you like, because the mechanisms of inflation, creation of money or destruction of money, were not understood or had not been analyzed… I mean, it was a science that didn’t exist. But a little later, when it started being understood, it became obvious to even an amateur like myself that what had happened in Europe, and in America… more in America than in Europe was there really a fabulous inflation between 1922, 24 and 29. Speculation, creation of money, everyone was borrowing… everyone was speculating on anything, so therefore there was a real creation of money. Really a fabulous inflation that took place, and as things don’t go to the sky, there was one moment that trips on anything… the detail, whatever it is, someone asks to be reimbursed, and the whole thing, which is a bubble, bursts. And… and it bursts in the most dramatic way, naturally in the end, as you know.

Q.- Yes, and now… now we’re worried about something else… another kind of bubble, something relatively new in the world economy… it’s not the stock market that has the biggest bubble or the most worrisome one. It’s rich western governments, and it hasn’t been for capital expenditure like after the war… it’s for operating expenses. It’s not Latin America. It’s Europe, North America, and it’s just to pay the grocery bills. That’s a bubble… that’s very scary. What do you think of it?

R.- I believe that money owed by one country to another, or one country to banks, or whatever it is… it will never be paid back. It could only be paid back by borrowing more, which is the same thing… it won’t be paid back. The situation is what it is. Loans were… loans were made to South America… practical none have or will be reimbursed. The countries were broke. So… or to Africa, so it has to be consolidated… if it’s done by banks, it has to be consolidated by governments.

Q.- But is there a risk of massive deflation? Will, for instance, Canada and the United States that owe a lot of their money to foreign banks in Japan or elsewhere… can they go broke?

R.- No… it doesn’t work that way. If you look historically, you realize that borrowing and at the later stage government borrowing, or borrowing from one country to another on the virtual governmental level, something that has always existed that has grown ever since, I don’t know… King Solomon, with his silver mines in Israel or in Palestine. And it has never been reduced… the total volume of indebtedness has grown faster or slower, depending on time, but it has never disappeared… it has never been contracted. Impossible. What happens is… as time goes on, currencies go down. Now I’m not talking about the currency of one versus the other. I’m talking of… the…

Q.- Buying power.

R.- Exactly. The buying power of even… leaving out all form of voluntary evaluation, of floating or whatever it is in the currency… the buying power of currencies goes on forever… and goes down. I mean, the buying power… the demolition or the erosion goes on forever, and that’s why… I mean, world indebtedness is bearable, because actually the more erosion of the buying power is against the creditor, the chief creditor in fixed terms, and the power that he has, the buying power that he has acquired goes down and down and down and down…

Q- But that takes us away from deflation and… Baron, and brings us back to the psychology of inflation, which encourages the borrowing in the first place, and that’s why, I guess, some people in North America are starting to say, well, let’s print some money and get out of the mess the easy way.

R- Yes. But now that’s a different aspect… it’s a different aspect because, in one case, I thought you were asking about what I call global indebtedness, that including… including the case of Canada and America, which is not an important one, because you are so much part of the same community. The same economic community. But therefore that’s one thing. Now the other thing is that people fear that right now the slump, the depression… call it as you like, is due to disinflation, which is the opposite. I don’t know if it is or not. It’s extremely difficult and only very, very, very clever specialists can give you the answer… they’re usually wrong. So we leave that out… but if there is this inflation, or, if you like, an equilibrium, which is neither disinflation or inflation, maybe a very, very small amount of inflation would help it. Or at least fighting potential disinflation… it could only be worthwhile if it’s done on a world scale… world being the whole developed… developed economy of the world. And then in a very, very, very controlled way. Inflation as such is morphine… it’s morphine when you have a pain, and then you kill the pain for a time, and then you die, because of the medicine… so…

Q- Because you’re addicted.

R- Yeah… well, because it kills you. You know what I mean… some people want a painkiller, people who are very sick… and I tell you, well, you might get well, but if you use that painkiller, it will finish you off. And… so that inflation is a painkiller, and, in most cases than others, it’s a lethal painkiller. So therefore one has to resist it… whatever is the urge. But a very limited amount of reflation… is one of the words used in my country… worldwide, highly controlled, strictly controlled, maybe would be helpful, but it has to be universal, because otherwise, if… let’s say France alone gets some inflation, the benefit of the inflation will be immediately outside of France, and not for the benefit of the French. And it will go, I don’t know, to Japan, to Germany, to wherever, to be now used, and the damage will remain for the French later.

Q.- Well, Baron, you’ve had plenty of wisdom for us…and you’ve given us good medicine for the world economy, and food for thought, and none of that will finish us off I’m sure… and I wish you, sir, good luck and good health.

R- Thank you very much indeed. I appreciate doing this very much.

Coronavirus
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Trump Impeachement Trial
Mtl JP 02:31 GMT 01/16/2020
I predict ...
-
Trump will be impeached (or resigns before):
a) no
b) yes

Hong KONG
Livingston nh 13:14 GMT 11/13/2019
RF -
The Communists are not going to tolerate the current situation, especially in a period of economic distress.

I wrote the following over 20 years ago
____________
CHINA: The Long March II
(reprinted from our July letter in light of President Jiang's visit)
The last vestige of the politics of the Nineteenth Century vanished when the Union Jack was hauled down for the last time over Hong Kong yesterday. The destiny of over 6 million people was handed over without a shot to a despotic government. Despite Margaret Thatcher's recent reiteration of "we did the right thing", I think her attitude in 1994 towards a handover of Hong Kong might have been a little different than the conciliatory attitude of 1984. After 150 years a plebiscite would have been a far more appropriate response to China's call for unilateral reunification.
For those readers who think Communism died when the Berlin Wall crumbled and the Soviet Empire dissolved into its constituent fractious parts, think again. Consider what the NATO response would have been ten years ago to a Soviet offer to withdraw to its Russian border if West Berlin was ceded to the control of East Germany. Fat Chance - how long do you think West Berlin would have lasted as an independent Administrative Region? Oh, but the Chinese are different. They're not really communists anymore.
The problem isn't even communism; the problem is dictatorships of all stripes whether they are grounded in religious fanaticism like Iran, personality cults like Iraq, Cuba or North Korea or the numerous military thugs from Bosnia to Africa and South America. Investing in these countries is insanity. People still do it and act surprised when their pockets are picked.
Let me make three critical points about China. China is a lawless society because such law as may exist is subject to the whims of its political leadership. In an economic sense China is an emerging third world country with virtually no modern infrastructure. Chinese foreign policy is childish and is rooted in the gunboat diplomacy that it learned from the European powers in the 19th Century and from the Japanese in the early 20th Century. Its most recent foreign policy experience under the Communists was as a Soviet card against the United States for twenty years and then as an American card against the Soviet Union for the next twenty. Only recently has China emerged from the shadows of other political entities to cast its own long shadow.
Now longtime readers may be confused by this unsual political diatribe and new readers who (given the title of this newsletter) hoped for some discourse on the economy may be even more confused. But bear with me; there is significant long term economic import to the events of yesterday. Just as good politicians can't survive a bad economy, a good economy can't survive bad politicians. Hong Kong's economy and its financial strength will not survive the ministrations of its new political master. But for the next few years China will use the financial expertise and capital of Hong Kong to attract much needed foreign investment. Some commentators see the handover of Hong Kong as a virus that will infiltrate the Chinese mainland and hasten the introduction of democratic reform. It is far safer to view Hong Kong as a luscious fruit that will be sucked dry by the Chinese dragon, providing short term benefit to the mainland and leaving Hong Kong as a dried out husk. …

....The handover of Hong Kong has increased significantly the financial strength of a major adversary. Fortunately the PRC government will likely kill this golden goose at the first sign of discontent. At that point I hope rational national interest replaces the lure of China's markets in formulating our foreign policy.

Hong KONG
Livingston nh 13:14 GMT 11/13/2019
RF -
The Communists are not going to tolerate the current situation, especially in a period of economic distress.

I wrote the following over 20 years ago
____________
CHINA: The Long March II
(reprinted from our July letter in light of President Jiang's visit)
The last vestige of the politics of the Nineteenth Century vanished when the Union Jack was hauled down for the last time over Hong Kong yesterday. The destiny of over 6 million people was handed over without a shot to a despotic government. Despite Margaret Thatcher's recent reiteration of "we did the right thing", I think her attitude in 1994 towards a handover of Hong Kong might have been a little different than the conciliatory attitude of 1984. After 150 years a plebiscite would have been a far more appropriate response to China's call for unilateral reunification.
For those readers who think Communism died when the Berlin Wall crumbled and the Soviet Empire dissolved into its constituent fractious parts, think again. Consider what the NATO response would have been ten years ago to a Soviet offer to withdraw to its Russian border if West Berlin was ceded to the control of East Germany. Fat Chance - how long do you think West Berlin would have lasted as an independent Administrative Region? Oh, but the Chinese are different. They're not really communists anymore.
The problem isn't even communism; the problem is dictatorships of all stripes whether they are grounded in religious fanaticism like Iran, personality cults like Iraq, Cuba or North Korea or the numerous military thugs from Bosnia to Africa and South America. Investing in these countries is insanity. People still do it and act surprised when their pockets are picked.
Let me make three critical points about China. China is a lawless society because such law as may exist is subject to the whims of its political leadership. In an economic sense China is an emerging third world country with virtually no modern infrastructure. Chinese foreign policy is childish and is rooted in the gunboat diplomacy that it learned from the European powers in the 19th Century and from the Japanese in the early 20th Century. Its most recent foreign policy experience under the Communists was as a Soviet card against the United States for twenty years and then as an American card against the Soviet Union for the next twenty. Only recently has China emerged from the shadows of other political entities to cast its own long shadow.
Now longtime readers may be confused by this unsual political diatribe and new readers who (given the title of this newsletter) hoped for some discourse on the economy may be even more confused. But bear with me; there is significant long term economic import to the events of yesterday. Just as good politicians can't survive a bad economy, a good economy can't survive bad politicians. Hong Kong's economy and its financial strength will not survive the ministrations of its new political master. But for the next few years China will use the financial expertise and capital of Hong Kong to attract much needed foreign investment. Some commentators see the handover of Hong Kong as a virus that will infiltrate the Chinese mainland and hasten the introduction of democratic reform. It is far safer to view Hong Kong as a luscious fruit that will be sucked dry by the Chinese dragon, providing short term benefit to the mainland and leaving Hong Kong as a dried out husk. …

....The handover of Hong Kong has increased significantly the financial strength of a major adversary. Fortunately the PRC government will likely kill this golden goose at the first sign of discontent. At that point I hope rational national interest replaces the lure of China's markets in formulating our foreign policy.

RESPONSE
Mtl JP 16:58 GMT 09/18/2019
it is increasingly apparent that the would-be swamp drainer is being thwarted at every attempt at either peace or pull America from conflict.

I expect DJTs earlier tweet endorsing netanyahu was a tactical for appearances lie. Inside DJR, odds r, he ll be relieved to see bibi POOF!

The one burning question as always:who would benefit from increased "response" ? Who is pushing for $100 + + oil?

I suspect Trump's heart is not in for a conflict let alone a war w/iran.
Maybe trumps sending pompeo for tea w/the head cutters is a set up for failure and reason for u r FIRED - an attempt at correcting an earlier mistake and continuation of draining the swamp.




RESPONSE
Livingston nh 16:20 GMT 09/18/2019
jp - Iran has been getting away w/ hostages and extortion, proxies and denials for 40 years w/o any response -- the list is long but if the Attack originated from IRAN it's different

US has no dog in this fight YET - So maybe Saudi Arabia drags Iran into the UN as a first step or maybe w/ US assistance the Saudis hit the Revolutionary Guards along the Gulf coast

BUT if RF's post that Iran sent a message to US w/ the attack then Iran may need to step up its game to trigger a US response // "Nobody fights Wars anymore" but Iran might be the exception to that RULE

Sliver of light
haifa ac 05:29 GMT 06/12/2019  - My Profile
at end of tunnel?!
Trump is forming a convention for his peace plan in Bahrain
Jordan, Egypt are coming
The Palestinians continue to never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. They ban it.
However they are at their lowest point of Arab consensus for them since their inception in 1964.
This time it is different. For the first time the ARAB STREET is turning against them. Getting tired of fire baloons, knife stabbing innocent people on the streets and continue with their missile project (now they use Saturated fire to confuse iron dome)
The government of Jordan and Egypt are coming to the peace conferernce EXACTLY BECAUSE OF THIS CHANGE OF ATTITUDE in the ARAB STREET!
so maybe there is small light there

2020
Mtl JP 14:44 GMT 06/09/2019
winners and losers - (climate change)
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Climate change: Young Quebecers present arguments seeking class action against Ottawa

Lawyers for the young Quebecers presented their arguments on Thursday morning at the Montreal courthouse before Quebec Superior Court Justice Gary Morrison.

Morrison will render a ruling at a later date, with the merits of the case to be argued should the case be authorized to proceed.


2020
Dillon AL 23:21 GMT 05/24/2019  - My Profile
Once again the hate program by The Ds tries to get to Trump through his people
They just don't get it. They lost the last election and they will lose the next one

AOC and Warren go after Munchkin


Guns
Dillon AL 21:28 GMT 05/19/2019  - My Profile
Voters back EU regulations

Swiss align themselves with EU


2020
Dillon AL 23:55 GMT 05/17/2019  - My Profile
zp are you referring to the newspaper who:
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In 2013, the AP Stylebook told news outlets to stop using the legally appropriate term “illegal alien” or “illegal immigrant” and to start calling them “undocumented immigrants” to avoid hurtful labels.

Now The Guardian wants to change the language surrounding climate change, which used to be global warming or global cooling depending on the decade. The news outlet published an article on Friday from its environmental editor, Damian Carrington, saying the outlet would now write “climate emergency, crisis, or breakdown” instead of climate change and “global heating” instead of “global warming.”

The original terms have not been banned, Carrington wrote.

“We want to ensure that we are being scientifically precise, while also communicating clearly with readers on this very important issue,” Editor-in-Chief Katharine Viner said in a statement provided in the article. “The phrase ‘climate change,’ for example, sounds rather passive and gentle when what scientists are talking about is a catastrophe for humanity.”

“Increasingly, climate scientists and organisations from the UN to the Met Office are changing their terminology, and using stronger language to describe the situation we’re in,” she added.

The Guardian based its decision on the use of these terms by several prominent climate scientists, without noting that studies that find a possibility of catastrophe rate that possibility at a low percent. No change or a beneficial change are also possible due to some aspects of climate change, yet the hysteria sells more papers
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Ryan Maue, a meteorologist with a Ph.D., mocked The Guardian on Twitter for the changes.

“Of course, from a scientific and literal point of view, this is idiotic. But if you read the Guardian for your climate change news, then you deserve to be misinformed,” he wrote.
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Afraid I have to agree with Mr Maue

2020
Dillon AL 23:47 GMT 05/17/2019  - My Profile
" Mark Cuban doesn't have much hope that any of the now 23 people contending for the Democratic presidential nomination have a real shot at taking down Donald Trump in 2020. The billionaire also doesn't have a very high opinion of most of their proposals, which he slammed as nothing but "headline porn."

2020
kfar saba zp 09:34 GMT 05/15/2019
nh, you should know by now that The Guardian is a foundation for truth in our world.

2020
Dillon AL 02:04 GMT 05/12/2019  - My Profile
Pelosi: Quote "It has nothing to do with politics. it's about E Pluribus Unum" Unquote

Out of many one.

13 letters and a phrase representing the original 13 states becoming united

........Facts and The Law and Patriotism........The American people are owed the truth..........

2020
Dillon AL 01:41 GMT 05/12/2019  - My Profile



2020
Dillon AL 02:57 GMT 05/11/2019  - My Profile
the fight between The D and R has not even begun

All of the above plays straight in Trump's hand and The D side need to make sure that they do not open themselves up to more of the lock em up chanting

U.S. prosecutors brought additional charges against Jho Low, the Malaysian national accused of looting the 1MDB wealth fund, for campaign-finance violations related to President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election effort.


2020
Dillon AL 02:44 GMT 05/11/2019  - My Profile
whats wrong with the picture


Simple it aint climate change that is eroding the coastline in the picture shown.

Climate change threatens some UK seaside town


2020
Dillon AL 02:20 GMT 05/11/2019  - My Profile


for all the climate change people take a look at the snow

2020
Livingston nh 13:36 GMT 04/30/2019
Follow the Money

Greenpeace spokesy:
"Sauven said: “The government clearly needs help as they are not sure how to respond. So we have produced an action plan to show how, with a little bit of courage, the UK can help avert the climate crisis, and take responsibility for our historic emissions. The plan ensures the green transition is fair and democratic for all, with new jobs and economic benefits spread across the country.”" - The Guardian

Got it - "new jobs and economic benefits" but not for you

2020
Livingston nh 12:37 GMT 04/30/2019
This Climate Emergency is a politician's dream crisis -- pols get to spend billions (none of which is to the benefit of the Great Unwashed in the streets) to "prepare for, resolve or eliminate" an ill defined event that may or may not occur fifty years hence (fifty YEARS !! perfect)

Chicken Little science in its Finest Hour -- Luddites and Malthusians rampant -- like a religious revival -- BURN the Deniers!! // Follow the Money

2020
Dillon AL 00:16 GMT 04/30/2019  - My Profile
Presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke announced a climate change plan of his own Monday, calling for $5 trillion to address climate change largely funded by changes to the tax code — in other words, a tax hike paid by corporations and the wealthy.

The former Texas congressman who narrowly lost his bid to take Ted Cruz’s Senate seat in the November midterm elections pitched his 10-year plan that seeks to spur investment in clean energy and energy efficiency, and achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The plan also seeks to shore up communities that are vulnerable to the impacts of global warming.

“The greatest threat we face — which will test our country, our democracy, every single one of us — is climate change,” O’Rourke wrote in a statement published Monday. “We have one last chance to unleash the ingenuity and political will of hundreds of millions of Americans to meet this moment before it’s too late.”


ahem....Someone needs to tell all these D that 1. they lost the election previously and 2. with policies like this they have already lost the next one.
and
3. becasue of their stupidity they are equally to blame for when the climate thingy occurs
not that anyone will care by then becasue it will all be too late and game over or so they say

Here is what Trump should say
Madrid 11:01 GMT 04/28/2019
China may win and will be #2 without question, cause so much development going on in that country for decades. However America cause of Trump actions should get something back as well, like really big amount of jobs get back to them in near future.

Brexit
Dillon AL 02:30 GMT 04/27/2019  - My Profile
taking a jp post and link from the FF
this is what hit me

the Schengen Area no longer works

er? well this is one of the major reasons WHY Brexit has /is occurring
The Brits do not want free passage and open immigration but Schengen allows precisiely that so now if Macron is pulling back is this a realization that Germany's open border policy especially during the Syrian refugee crisis was perhaps wrong........DOH!
and
the migration issue is the second biggest challenge for Europe, after climate.

Well if climate gets us then there is no 2nd
but again he seems to begin to understand what The EU issue(s) are and that The Experiment is still just that

BUT
then he goes one step possibly too far
a strong sovereign Europe

WHAT?? Sovereign....haha thats funny pull the other one. Europe is 27 odd countries which individually are Sovereign. Europe is far from that.

some of the member countries who are not contributing in migration issues should be excluded from the area.
Really? does he not understand that that phrase alone could endanger The EU for in reducing the size of the Schengen area and excluding The Visegard group he will be marginalizing the very people who will likely harden their stance and quit The EU

I am afraid to say that Macron is like all previous French leaders. Pompous, arragant , full of his own self importance....must be something to do with living in the Elysee Palace...

It would be funny if the eventual breakup of the EU eminates from the very core center and one of the original 6

Macron



2020
Dillon AL 01:12 GMT 04/23/2019  - My Profile
President Donald Trump proclaimed “Game Over” with a tweet last week after the release of the Mueller report, which found he didn’t collude with the Russian government during his 2016 campaign.

Far from it, House Democrats say. Quite the opposite, in fact, and more like “game on” as the political witch hunt is clearly far from over, much to the dismay of Trump and his attorneys.

The president and his business filed a lawsuit against House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings on Monday, seeking to block a subpoena sent last week seeking information about his finances.

The complaint was filed in Washington, D.C. federal court, with Trump’s lawyers saying Democrats have “declared all-out political war” against the president, and “subpoenas are their weapon of choice.”

The House Oversight Committee last week subpoenaed Mazars, an accounting firm the president used to prepare several years of financial statements, according to the filing. The committee requested a number of financial documents and related materials to Trump, his trust, the Trump Organization, the Trump Corporation, Trump’s holdings company, the Trump Foundation and the Trump International Hotel in Washington.

Mazars declined to comply without a subpoena, so one was issued, according to Cummings.

Lawyer William Consovoy said in a statement that the attempt by Cummings and the committee to “obtain years’ worth of confidential information from their accountants lacks any legitimate legislative purpose, is an abuse of power, and is just another example of overreach by the president’s political opponents.”

“We will not allow Congressional Presidential harassment to go unanswered,” White House counsel Jay Sekulow said on NBC News.

The president’s legal team is arguing that the subpoena is an invalid action for a congressional committee to take.

“With this subpoena, the Oversight Committee is instead assuming the powers of the Department of Justice,” the complaint says.

“Its goal is to expose plaintiffs’ private financial information for the sake of exposure, with the hope that it will turn up something that Democrats can use as a political tool against the president now and in the 2020 election.”

Cummings dismissed the lawsuit as an attempt to sidestep Congress’ oversight powers.

“The president has a long history of trying to use baseless lawsuits to attack his adversaries, but there is simply no valid legal basis to interfere with this duly authorized subpoena from Congress,” Cummings said. “This complaint reads more like political talking points than a reasoned legal brief, and it contains a litany of inaccurate information. The White House is engaged in unprecedented stonewalling on all fronts, and they have refused to produce a single document or witness to the Oversight Committee during this entire year.”

Is it already time to exterminate the SUNDAY people?
haifa ac 14:56 GMT 04/22/2019  - My Profile
Churches Have Become The #1 Target For Hate Attacks – An Average Of 105 Every Single Month
https://www.infowars.com/churches-have-become-the-1-target-for-hate-attacks-an-average-of-105-every-single-month/


Why now?
My guess is that Israel proves to be too strong and Islam only attacks the weak!
This pope going around the world kissing the feet of criminals is seen as particularly weak in the eyes of Islam-thus an easy target.
Only Trump and Duterte can save us.

2020
Dillon AL 02:11 GMT 04/20/2019  - My Profile
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Bernie the front runner money wise


Immigration
Dillon AL 23:17 GMT 04/19/2019  - My Profile
I found this interesting


USCIS is issuing policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to clarify that violations of federal controlled substance law, including violations involving marijuana, are generally a bar to establishing good moral character for naturalization, even where that conduct would not be an offense under state law. The policy guidance also clarifies that an applicant who is involved in certain marijuana-related activities may lack good moral character if found to have violated federal law, even if such activity has been decriminalized under applicable state laws.

Since 1996, some states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws to decriminalize the manufacture, possession, distribution, and use of both medical and non-medical (recreational) marijuana in their respective jurisdictions. However, federal law classifies marijuana as a “Schedule I” controlled substance whose manufacture (which includes production, such as planting, cultivation, growing, or harvesting), distribution, dispensing, or possession may lead to immigration consequences.

autonomous automobile association - going global
Mtl JP 11:20 GMT 04/05/2019
automobile manufacturers across the globe have now formed an association to establish common rules and standards for the "automated driving" portion of their vehicles.

Everyone - especially hackers and other types of character folks - knows what institutionalized homogeneity and lack of diversity does in Nature, to competitiveness and to innovation.

Brexit
Livingston nh 20:23 GMT 04/02/2019
The future is not in Europe - the future is in Africa or Asia - Europe is self absorbed

The EU is based on the false premise that economics will trump politics and avoid wars -- bad bet - go back a century

England has always been the balance point - if Europe loses England the EU will fold because its main focus is lost

GAZA IBIZA-- YOU HAVE 3 YEARS LEFT!
Mtl JP 20:20 GMT 03/27/2019
Kuala Lumpur 05:59 ... and our profits have been steady and ...
so you do not see any problem with posting your trades record for us to see , do you ?

REFLECTIONS
Frankfurt 22:07 GMT 12/24/2018
Donald Trump thinks that media is against him. The media is just showing Trump the reflection of his action. He needs to realize that no one has won against the media. You need to make allies in them. This is the best way you will complete your term peacefully.

Here is what Trump should say
Frankfurt 21:57 GMT 12/24/2018
Trump needs to realize that he is the leader of the Free World. He needs to act upon it. He needs to see at this foreign policy. He has induldged in trade war with China which i can say with conviction that China will win. What are the aspects that Donald Trump needs to see first?

How Trump could soon be at war with Yellen
Frankfurt 21:39 GMT 12/24/2018
I pray that Donald Trumps completes his term and leave before he instigates World War III. The world can't afford another major war. Donald Trump is involved in a lot of situations that he has created himself for himself. He dodged a bullet with the adult actress allegations.

Do the mid-terms matter for stocks or the USD?
Frankfurt 20:42 GMT 12/24/2018
I think that the stock market is vulnerable. Not all the investers have the courage to go through such an event like the mid-terms. I hope that they will help the stock market grow. The world can't afford a crisis like 09. We should pray that such a time never comes.

When Bullies Collide
Frankfurt 19:36 GMT 12/24/2018
I don't know who is right or wrong in this war of words. We need to understand that there is nothing beautiful in a war. We need to play our part in achieving peace. There is so much hate in the world. We need to do the hard stuff and engage in peace talks. Who is with me?

Olymp Trade broker reviews
Frankfurt 19:56 GMT 12/23/2018
Hey, guys, anyone trading with this broker? If so, please share your opinion, is it worth to count on Olymp trade's bonuses? The fact is that to receive bonuses, you need to transfer an amount greater than the minimum, but I do not have full confidence in the need for bonuses yet.


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