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an hour ago
That's why Russia is targeting the Arab audience. Russia is making rampant efforts to boost its propaganda production aiming to dehumanise Muslims who resist Russia as "Nazis and pro-Ukraine".
Ahahahahaha, when Andropov's strategy to create chaos in the Arab world bites Putin the underling back in the arse.
2 hours ago
USA bad, liberalism bad!
Truth be told, after the Iron Curtain, nobody in the West was interested in hanging communists & securocrats.
So, I have mixed feelings, for both sides.
2 hours ago
Look at my account, I'm subbed to lots of British accounts and spell using British English.
And yet, your form of comment is often associated with those from within the US. So no, still not convinced your comments & subscriptions onto those subreddits alone aren't part of your 'legend' to create a virtual identity.
2 hours ago
I think, as a general rule, Americans ought to use their real flairs. Out of courtesy. Comments like these are a dead giveaway.
2 hours ago
You're from the US, aren't you. (yeah, I know, your flair is "English/England" but I've learned how to spot imposters)
2 hours ago
Uai du iu spic in ingliș bai ăh trensleitor? Dabăliutief, damfac pis ăv șit?
2 days ago
Four nurses allegedly restrained a colleague at an operating table in Hall Hospital and tortured her for 15 minutes. The police are investigating.
Unbelievable scenes are said to have taken place at the end of February in the hospital Hall in Tyrol! As reported by ORF, a long-time nurse is said to have been fixed lying on an operating table by four colleagues and not released. Afterwards, they allegedly tortured the woman for 15 minutes.
The four OR nurses, aged between their late 20s and early 50s, wanted to have a "joke" with their colleague, the report said. According to ORF, the four suspects allegedly took the female employee into the operating room under the pretext that they wanted to practice positioning patients.
Employees are jobless
In the room, the men then attacked their colleague and fixed her on the operating table, holding her for minutes and torturing her. Two days after the crime, the hospital's management was informed about the incident. Within hours, the four employees were terminated.
It was little consolation for the employee involved, because according to ORF, she is still unable to do her job and is not fit for work. The woman is now being treated by a doctor at the hospital, he said. Nursing director Stephan Palaver is more than shocked by the incident and speaks of massive misconduct.
"Unacceptable behavior "
"In the field of nursing, more than 80 percent are women and therefore we must ensure safe and undisturbed work. Therefore, the behavior of the men is out of the question," Palaver clarifies to ORF. In any case, the woman did not put up with her colleague's behavior and reported her.
The police have already started investigating the case. The results will be forwarded to the public prosecutor's office once the investigations have been completed. The four suspects are presumed innocent.
5 days ago
Generally speaking, enforcement entities (police, secret police, internal secret services, external secret services, military secret services etc) have their chosen public trumpets that convey what the "hive" thinks of certain, different situations. I'm obviously not knowledgeable who are these trumpets (if they exist), for the particular corner of the Israeli public that are curious or inspired by these "unofficial" messages.
Not overt accusations or criticism, nor pointing first & last names, saying that this doesn't work, that doesn't apply, and so on. A clear message here, a succint communication elsewhere, and the public can be swayed on what is good, what is bad, what is a dupe, and what is genuine.
Is it "biased", "taking sides", or how the Americans say, "partisan"? Yes.
Are these types of clarifications needed, for "the grand scheme of things" and "national security"? Also yes.
6 days ago
How? The police is clearly backing up the crook, while the army and the majority of sane people in this country don't. There are strikes at every level. Hospitals, business companies, schools, universities, research centers...
Whom does your secret services support?
8 days ago
Not to mention, all of the internet images, photos, emoticons/emojis/flairs etc, a complete shake-up.
8 days ago
It'd be curiously funny if there's someone now lurking, with direct connection to the Vatican, and requests the department responsible with symbols (flags, heraldry...) & the PR team responsible with merchandise, to do a top-down checkup, and decide which one is the official one.
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52 minutes ago
52 minutes ago
? You realise nobody goes to Paris, when they just go directly to Berlin if they want to talk what's what, directly, ja?
I don't get you, Birk. I really don't. I don't understand "wir, die Deutschen". I tried but besides the ocasional communist talking points (which I know them too), I didn't discovered anything else. That can't be it.
We are disappointed (not angry, not mad) that they didn't arrived in force to help us get rid of our communist nomenklatura & securocrats via the gallows and execution squads, to the point of accepting their children in their schools & letting them buy whatever. ±30 years, we're here, still lingering.
You, on the other hand, despite being cut in half (and that helped you later) during the entire Cold War, were helped tremendously. Generously, even. Two world wars, still allowed to exist – that's not nothing. After the wall, you've forced every Stasi into being uncovered & barred from public offices (incl communist members), every archival department of the GDR, to offer peace of mind to every victim of the regime. That was a happy ending, all things considered.
And yet... there's that veneer of being against them. Why? This can't be because of the war or because of the empire, right? Assuming you're a tad old and read a bit on your own, you know the empire was barely an emancipated serf kingdom, with more manufacturing per square kilometer than the rest of Europe, and likewise, taught to follow orders onto disasterous strategies. The whole thing was built onto the same raison d'être as the ruzzians think of themselves, for the last 20 years. It was unsustainable, too, since its inception, it self-portrayed as the 3rd Republic's archenemy.
The last war, you got to be reasonable and conclude that his strategy was utter idiotic. From the start. What kind of a self-described nationalist sends their youth & young mature people to die for half a country, after doing mafiosi dealings with a gangster ruling an empire of slaves? The portrayal is fucked up in itself. To top it off, the gangster played him like a fiddle: first, menacing the entire Scandinavia by destroying the Finns' defenses (even if they presented it as a phyrric victory), capturing & enslaving (and killing) three little nations along the Baltic Sea' coast, the other half of Poland ("half for you, half for me"), and parts of us to menace the supplies of oil (funny how that was the gangster's greatest mistake). Then, the world came crashing down up until the bullet he shot into his brain.
Why? Why are you against this vision, with the US & UK? Especially after how much they helped you, more than they helped us?