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This website is about Manchester and Dublin. There are concerns about the labor unions and military academies in Germany's eastern provinces. East Germany traded in East German mark. There are likely radio signals sent between Lubeck and Manchester pertaining to organized labor. Lubeck is a German port near the Gulf of Danzig. Warsaw is inland. There seem to be labor leaders in Warsaw who manage trade through Irish ports.
Archive 1, Archive 2, Archive 3, Archive 4, Archive 5, Archive 6, Archive 7, Archive 8, Notes about the Virginians, Archive 9, Archive 10, Archive 11,
Archive 12, Archive 13, Archive 14, Archive 15, Archive 16

Manchester and Dublin

"Vucic spoke about how Serbia will manage in the new global, tectonic changes, about economic topics, about the Franco-German plan and Kosovo and Metohija, about relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina, including the elections in Montenegro and about the new president of that country, Jakov Milatovic."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
The EU has been really aggressive about Kosovo.
(April 7, 2023)

"PETROZAVODSK, April 7. /TASS/. A decision by Finland to opt out of hosting foreign troops after joining NATO would be appreciated by Russia, Vladimir Chizhov, First Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council (upper house of parliament) and senator from the Karelia Region, told TASS."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe there are right wingers in the German navy who want to trade through the ports on the Baltic Sea.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
(April 7, 2023)

"BEIJING, April 7. /TASS/. China will continue to take the necessary measures to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity, China's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning told a news briefing Friday, while commenting on reports that China had sent several warships to the Taiwan Strait after a meeting between the head of the Taiwan Island's administration, Tsai Ing-wen, and US House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy."
This is from the Russian news.
Notice there is a statement from the Chinese foreign ministry.
I guess they are saying that their sovereignty allows them to send these ships toward Taipei.
(April 7, 2023)

[Vessels certified by the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping will not have access to Bulgarian sea and river ports from April 8, a new order by the Executive Agency "Maritime Administration" reads.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the German navy wants to use those ports.
(April 7, 2023)

"Caretaker Prime Minister Galab Donev said that Bulgaria joining the Schengen area in October is a feasible scenario. In an interview for bTV on Friday morning the premier said that measures were taken towards the countries that blocked Bulgaria's accession, while dialogue with the EU Member States continues."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Schengen expansion efforts are right wingers.
It seems to benefit the German army.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(April 7, 2023)

"Israel Attacked Hamas targets in Southern Lebanon and stepped up Strikes on the Gaza Strip" "Israel's military said it attacked targets of the Islamist group Hamas in southern Lebanon and stepped up strikes on the Gaza Strip after yesterday's rocket attacks on Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called an emergency meeting of the security cabinet, and the United Nations called on all parties to exercise restraint. Israel's military press service said the airstrikes were in response to security regime violations by Hamas in recent days. Yesterday, more than 30 rockets were fired from Lebanese territory."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe right wingers in Tel Aviv are responsible for these airstrikes.
There might be military research facilities in the Syrian desert.
(April 7, 2023)

This is me talking about 'Air' (2023). 4-6-23


["I received #USA Senator @stevedaines you won't believe it, he's from Belgrade, but Belgrade, Montana. That city was named after the Serbs who built the railway there and named the new station in honor of their homeland. We had a good conversation about all important issues", wrote Vucic on the Instagram profile "buducnostsrbijeav". Senator Steve Daines is a senator on the US Energy and Natural Resources Committee.]
This is from the Serbian news.
Notice there is a Belgrade, Montana.
(April 6, 2023)

"Japan to allocate $393 mln for thermal power plant in Uzbekistan"
This is from the Tashkent news.
Maybe the Germans assist with these energy contracts.
(April 6, 2023)

"ANKARA, April 6. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov begins a two-day visit to Turkey on Thursday at the invitation of his Turkish counterpart, Mevlut Cavusoglu. He is expected to hold talks on a wide range of issues, including energy matters, the situation in Ukraine, the implementation of the grain deal, as well as measures to normalize the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh and in Ankara's dialogue with Damascus."
This is from the Russian news.
It speaks to Ankara, Kiev, and Damascus as cities of government.
Maybe they shouldn't export grain so much.
There are complaints about Turkish weapons exports.
(April 6, 2023)

Where I have been is the Dakota Hotel. Across the street is Central Park. John Lennon died on 12-8-1980. He arrived home in a car, as he got out, he was shot with a handgun and he was walking on the sidewalk. He was shot between the car and the door to the hotel.
I believe that he died in the ambulance, he didn't make it to the hospital.
I have been to exactly where he was shot and I spoke with the people who worked at the hotel.

"MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. The European Union, although not a warring party in Ukraine, is taking part in the conflict by providing assistance to Kiev, former French President Francois Hollande said in a conversation with Russian pranksters on Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
The EU maybe assists the Germans to expand defense spending.
They have been aggressive about Kosovo.
It seems like EU policies benefit the German army.
(April 6, 2023)

"Military training in schools will be entirely theoretical, Bulgaria's Ministry of Defence said. Students will not acquire military qualifications, training or special skills. The deadline for public consultation on the draft regulation expired on March 31. The document states that students in 10th and 11th grades will have five hours of military training per school year."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The concern is about right wingers in NATO.
Maybe the Germans have Poles have right wingers in their armies.
(April 6, 2023)

"Keel Laying for Bulgarian Navy's Second Multi-Role Patrol Ship Due in June" "The keel of the Bulgarian Navy's second multi-role modular patrol ship will be laid in June, the NAVY Commander, Rear Admiral Kiril Mihailov, said here on Thursday. He added that construction of the first multi-role ship is making trouble-free progress on schedule. The hull of the first ship will be launched this coming summer. A keel laying ceremony was held for the Bulgarian Navy's new multi-role patrol ship Hrabri was held on June 17, 2022 at the shipyard of MTG Dolphin near Varna. Rear Admiral Kiril Mihailov recalled that the first one of the new ships will be ready in 2025 and the second one in 2026."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The concern is that the Germans assist with these military contracts.
Maybe the Germans help build the hardware.
The Germans have a large military now.
(April 6, 2023)

"US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen met in California. The American politician thus became the highest-ranking US official since 1979 to speak with a Taiwanese leader on American soil. The Tsai-McCarthy meeting took place despite threats of retaliatory measures from China, which views the self-governing island of Taiwan as its province, Reuters reported, quoted by BTA."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are complaints about the police in Taipei.
Maybe the Germans send Taipei military items and police radios.
(April 6, 2023)

I guess societal elitism.
UT-Austin would be the big fish.
And I would learn to talk to people who went to for example Texas State.
Lyndon Johnson went to Southwest Texas State which is now Texas State.
That is in San Marcos.
And so some of this is on paper.
And then as my brain reorients to other parts of the country.
The Fordham people, maybe their school somehow is similar to UT-Austin or something.
It's a Catholic school in New York City.
Kind of wealthy people for a long time have sent their kids there.

"After Aukus submarine deal, Australia and UK to extend ties in 'clear cut' critical minerals deal"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans use weird methods to pay for energy for their navy.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(April 6, 2023)

"Bulgaria Receives Note from Russia Condemning Helicopter Repairs and Delivery to Ukraine"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe these are German-made warplanes.
The German air force might assist the Ukrainians a lot.
(April 5, 2023)

"Blinken will help Bulgaria get Replacement Weapons from the US"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
Maybe they are on a labor strike.
Maybe some of this is German-made hardware.
(April 5, 2023)

Their motive is to wear shorts and take pills while they operate police radios.
The motives don't make sense.

This is me talking about the Donald Trump. 4-4-23


This is me talking about the ambassador from Tashkent. 4-4-23


Harry, William, and Michael.
They were born wealthy.
Now they are overweight.
And they do it with their own wives a lot.
And tell everyone this.
That's the British government now.

There are reports today in the Washington Post about right wingers in Tel Aviv. They are launching air strikes and they want to establish a new military police or national guard #DC

"Israeli airstrikes injure 5 in Syria"
"Israel to form national guard urged by far-right minister"

The Washington Post is reporting on Tel Aviv.
(April 4, 2023)

[Chaos in Serbia: "Situation is critical"; Cut off from the world; Traffic accidents It is snowing in most of Serbia, and about 20 centimeters of snow fell in the capital as well.]
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans can cause weather events with a space weapon.
(April 4, 2023)

"Furkat Sidikov was appointed as the new Uzbek ambassador to the United States."
This is from the Tashkent news.
It's really controversial about the Uzbek foreign ministry.
This last guy wasn't well liked.
(April 4, 2023)

"MOSCOW, April 4. /TASS/. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin has discussed the course of implementation of package agreements within the framework of the grain deal, as well as the state of affairs in Syria, with his Turkish colleague Burak Akcapar, according to a statement released by the Russian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday following the April 3 conversation."
This is from the Russian news.
It speaks to Damascus, Ankara, and Kiev.
About the governments in those cities.
The Russians say that the Ukrainians don't want to do normal government tasks.
For example, it's strange that they want to export so much grain.
Maybe there are German labor unions there.
(April 4, 2023)

"BERLIN, April 4. /TASS/. Germany is likely considering reducing the size of its diplomatic mission to Russia as a pre-emptive move against Moscow's reaction should Russian diplomats be expelled from Berlin, Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) radio and Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) television reported on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the German army has right wingers.
There are reports about right wingers near the Baltic Sea.
(April 4, 2023)

The media really convinced us that England would win. And they didn't. I never since thought they would win.
It's unreal about William and his wedding.
And he just ignores the soccer team.
In Harry's book he talks about how they believe rugby is as important as soccer.
William might not think soccer is a special sport and that the World Cup is a special event.

"Russia launches Iranian-made drones on Odessa" "Russia launched 17 Iranian-made drones on the southern port city of Odessa overnight. Ukraine's air defense destroyed 14 unmanned aerial vehicles, local authorities said, adding there is damage in the area. A fire also broke out, but no casualties were reported, UNIAN informed. Urgent talks are underway in Washington on the provision of older HAWK air defense missile systems to Ukraine, reports Politico. In the early 1990's the Hawk missile system was replaced by the Patriot system, but is still in service in some European countries. Spain has pledged to send Ukraine HAWK missile launchers."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice that the Iranians make and export drones.
It's really controversial about the Turks and Iranians building and exporting weapons.
There are reports about the Turks and smartphone malware.
(April 4, 2023)

The English culture part of this website.
The British never want to talk about the empire.
There is a debate about the world's sport.
In Boston they'll say it's baseball.
When I was little I was talking on the phone to my grandma's sister.
Her husband was Dave Collins.
I own a Collins Latin dictionary.
She said that baseball is the world's sport.
And I said that soccer was.
I hadn't before heard that baseball was.
In Texas I took for granted that soccer is the world's sport.

Another funny story.
My friends in college.
They were Texans.
One time I was over at their house.
And someone said something about soccer.
And they just looked at me.
Because they knew I wouldn't let anyone say anything about soccer.
Maybe they were behaving as Frenchmen or something.

"Only Half of Video Surveillance Devices Broadcast at Peak Time on Election Day, Says E-government Minister"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can affect the legislature in Sophia.
Sometimes there are reports that they cannot form a mandate.
(April 4, 2023)

It's unique to English culture.
I cannot believe other countries knew what was happening.
In 1998 kind of the media announced that Michael Owen.
He was a soccer player.
Kind of he was England's hope for the future.
And then they lost the game and they still haven't won the World Cup since 1966.
He ended up getting married and having four children.
He's 5'8".
He played in the European leagues.
Also there are tales that he would like ride a helicopter to practice or whatever.
I watched him play a long time ago.

They are going to make us wear the masks again!

[Elections in Bulgaria: The Parent Party of GERB calls for Pro-European Forces to put the State above Themselves "An excellent result for GERB-SDS and congratulations to Boyko Borisov for once again winning the trust of the voters", writes Weber, referring to the result, according to which GERB leads WCC-DB by 2 percent.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can affect the Bulgarian parliament.
Sometimes there are strange stories about the Bulgarian Socialist Party.
(April 4, 2023)

"Malaysia scraps mandatory death penalty, in first step to transform criminal justice system"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans use the banks in Kuala Lumpur to buy energy for their navy.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
The Germans might send Malaysia strange police and prison items.
(April 3, 2023)

-I think Hunter Biden is guilty, I don't even really mind the bureau and what they are doing to him. Other people are complaining that they need to charge him or let him be.
-I don't want them to bring a trial against Donald Trump because I think he is senile. He's too old to commit the crimes he's being accused of.
-I think Hollywood actors usually shouldn't testify at trials because it's a circus or something.

Maybe the Germans tell Pyongyang to test their weapons
Maybe the Germans send Beijing police radios and that's why there are weird smartphone applications
"North Korea: High activity noticed at nuclear complex"
"Lemon8 is a Chinese app from ByteDance. Can it survive the hype cycle?"

This is from the Washington Post.
Holistically it seems like the Germans send radio signals and military items to East Asia.
(April 2, 2023)

First of all, the fight was a decision. It's like in gambling to win but you didn't really win. Kind of in boxing there are only KOs or kind of a tie. I'm joking, but one time I bet for a football team to win, and they won, and I thought I would collect money, but they didn't win by enough so I still lost my money. That was the main event. "But that early finish never came, and the fight went to the judges' scorecards with all three officials scoring the fight 117-111 in the Brit's favour."
Anthony Joshua defeated Jermaine Franklin by a decision.

That is one thing that is going on. The other thing that is going on is the Hatton family. "The former world champion's 17-year-old son, Campbell welcomed his daughter Lyla Nevaeh to the world with Kiera Brown, 16, on Monday." Campbell was a 17 year old dad. That's hard to overcome. It's some kind of a fallacy in England, maybe, about the cost of parenting. Any 17 year old, he would really have a hard time being a parent. Either of them, it would be really hard to finish high school. It would be really hard to go to college. Matty Hatton, of them, anymore, is the most likeable. I wonder if he trains other boxers. It's fun kind of that he trains Campbell. There are complaints though that Campbell fights as a Junior Welterweight. Maybe that weight class isn't popular. Campbell is 5'6". "Hatton's body blow sent Louis Fielding to one knee with 1:42 to go in the first round of their eight-round junior welterweight bout at O2 Arena in London." It's crude, but one way to say it. They are fighting in London. I make all of these British jokes. When I can kind of I live like Colin Farrell and end up in the mental hospital from being out all night in the big city. Between Matty and Campbell. That is kind of a boring trip to London. The heavyweights, women in the hotel or whatever aren't going to hurt them. I think that is a part of boxing culture. These Manchester guys. It's like boring in the hotel or whatever because Campbell has his kid and Matty has his two kids.
If they didn't have the kids. Colin Farrell, for example, has two kids with two different moms but he's a Hollywood movie star and he's really wealthy. I don't have any kids. As I can, I try to stay out of trouble these days.
Maybe it gets so it isn't English culture or something if these boxing guys are too boring.

Donna Welles
Washington, DC
April 1, 2023

Poland sits within a German land route between the Baltic Sea, Prague, and Bosnia. It但����s maybe a southern tip of Scandinavia #London pic.twitter.com/i8uXXbOw0J

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) April 1, 2023

"Asia's start-ups start to squirm as contagion fears linger, easy money dries up"
This is from the Chinese news.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
Maybe Singapore serves as a German navy tech hub.
Sometimes fake news stories seem to come from Singapore.
Also, maybe the Germans use the banks in Kuala Lumpur to buy energy for their navy.
(April 1, 2023)

This is me talking about Joshua vs Franklin tonight at the O2 Arena. 4-1-23


"Unions and German officials failed to come to an agreement in their third round of pay negotiations this week. Is this the beginning of a long-term wave of strike action? This week saw representatives from services union Verdi and civil servants' association DBB back around the negotiating table in yet another round of talks with employers."
This is from the German news.
Notice there are labor strikes.
Maybe the Germans use too much energy for their army.
(April 1, 2023)

The Russians will do it with their wife, I'll be far beyond that with my morality. I was traumatized as a child because my sister was a teenage mom. And so I think intimacy isn't immoral if there aren't children.
Alex will be giving it to Anastasia thinking he's allowed to.
This is traumatizing for me because there are two little kids in his house.

I am a radical by nature.
I think Campbell isn't fun at these things because he is thinking about his girlfriend and daughter the whole time.
In Mexican street gangs, for example, they insist you do it and stuff.
All these years later.
At some point if you cannot do it.
There is something wrong.

"In northern Kosovo, local Serbs' cars were set on fire by unknowns, reportedly over the issue of Kosovar license plates Thursday. The vehicles, according to a statement, formerly had Serbian license plates, but the attack happened after they were re-registered with Kosovo license plates, which is a current dispute between the two countries."
The Turkish news is reporting on Kosovo.
The EU has been really aggressive about Kosovo.
Maybe the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(April 1, 2023)

"Taiwan's Tsai arrives in US to warnings from China of 'serious confrontation'"
This is from the BBC.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
There are complaints about the police in Taipei.
There are reports about the German navy in Jakarta.
Maybe the Germans export so many military items that both the Virginians and the Taiwanese use the same hardware.
(April 1, 2023)

"Western arms supplies 'no guarantee' of a decisive victory for Ukraine" "Ukraine has been preparing to launch a spring counteroffensive to recapture territory seized by Russians and is hoping to repeat the success of its counterattacks last September. Despite the supply of Western arms, including battle tanks, Ukrainian forces will have to change their tactics if they hope to achieve a breakthrough, according to historian and retired army officer Michel Goya. Ukraine has made no secret of its plans to launch a counteroffensive in the spring and reclaim land occupied by Russian forces since Moscow launched its invasion in February 2022. The Ukrainian army has already successfully carried out similar attacks last September, driving back Russian forces in Kharkiv and Kherson provinces."
This is from France24.
It might be corruption to send more weapons to Kiev.
There are complaints that the government in Ukraine doesn't want to do normal tasks.
Also, there are complaints about the Ukrainian officer corps.
Maybe Zelensky asks for weapons and the Ukrainian army doesn't need them, etc.
(April 1, 2023)

This is me talking about Matty Hatton. 3-31-23


"Approved: Finland joins NATO" "Turkey has finally ratified Finland's request to join NATO, ending months of delays."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the German navy has right wingers.
The Germans might use the ports in Finland.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
(March 31, 2023)

"President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visits Karakalpakstan"
This is from the Tashkent news.
Remember there was a riot in this region of Uzbekistan.
(March 31, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 30. /TASS/. It is impossible to completely rule out the UK's direct participation in the conflict in Ukraine in the future, Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrey Kelin said in an interview for RTVI Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
The Scottish areas in northern England.
Maybe they assist the German military.
The Germans might use the ports in Ireland and Scotland.
(March 31, 2023)

"BUDAPEST, March 31. /TASS/. The risk of another world war is quite palpable, and that is not an exaggeration, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban told Kossuth Radio on Friday. As the European Union continues discussing sending troops to Ukraine, this may lead to a direct conflict with Russia, he warned."
This is from the Russian news.
Notice that the EU and the Hungarians talk a lot.
Maybe the Germans use airbases in Budapest.
There are strange reports now sometimes from Hungary.
It could be that Hungary does a lot of German air force stuff.
(March 31, 2023)

"The Justice Minister of North Macedonia Krenar Loga has issued an order for the closure of the Bulgarian club Tsar Boris III in Ohrid, BGNES news agency reports. This is taking place a week after the closure of the Bulgarian club Ivan Mihailov in Bitola. The motive for this decision is that the name of Tsar Boris III stirs up tension and intolerance in Macedonian society, as he is responsible for crimes committed during the Bulgarian occupation of Macedonia in the years of World War 2."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
It seems like corruption or something in North Macedonia.
(March 31, 2023)

"Spanish Interior Minister: Spain Firmly Backs Bulgaria's Accession to Schengen"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It seems like right wingerism about the EU and the Schengen agreement.
The German army might benefit from EU expansion stuff.
The Germans might want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 31, 2023)

Kind of if I had two kids, I think I would have. I cannot believe where I would be. I wouldn't have made it or something.
Jenna Hatton has two kids and I can't believe what she does for living. Kind of isn't she just a woman with two kids.
These are the arguments between Washington, DC and London.
The banks and the Scottish everything.
Thank goodness Princess Kate gets to live in the palaces.
The women in England become for a living make babies and live with their husbands.

"A tenth of people who lived in France in 2021 were born abroad, the national statistics agency INSEE said in its first survey on immigration in a decade, AFP reported. Almost seven million people, or 10.3 percent of all people in France this year, are immigrants, meaning "born as a foreigner in a foreign country," it said. For comparison, in 1968, 6.5% of French residents were foreigners, adds the publication. More than a third of immigrants to France in 2021 acquired French citizenship, the report said."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice how many immigrants live in France.
(March 31, 2023)

"Myanmar: Junta dissolves Suu Kyi's ousted party" "Myanmar's military government..."
#DC Maybe the PLA and the Germans do secretive military operations in Burma
This is from the Washington Post.
(March 30, 2023)

This is me talking about FDI in Tashkent. 3-30-23


This is some kind of a true story.
The Virginians have surveillance teams. They are homosexual men. It's because they think a lot of their job is that like trespassers cannot get into the building. And so they're homosexuals to make sure like a normal person isn't there. It's because they are on pills and they're not working. Supposedly that's happening locally in DC and in Virginia. That it's almost a general strike because they misuse police radios so much.

"Several people were killed when two U.S. military helicopters collided in Trigg County, Kentucky, near the Fort Campbell Army Airfield."
This is from the Serbian news.
I have been to Fort Campbell.
That is where we have like special forces people and the 101st airborne.
Maybe the Germans used a space weapon to crash these helicopters.
(March 30, 2023)

"Foreign direct investment in Tashkent constitutes 63.9%"
This is from the Tashkent news.
I wonder about the Germans and their banks.
Maybe the Germans use their computers to make it seem like they are investing money in foreign countries.
(March 30, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 30. /TASS/. An agreement between Russia and Estonia on customs cooperation and mutual assistance has been terminated from March 26, 2023, according to a Russian Foreign Ministry's statement posted on Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe Germans use the ports in Estonia and Poland.
They might be right wingers.
(March 30, 2023)

"VIENNA, March 30. /TASS/. Deputies of the opposition Freedom Party of Austria have left the National Council Hall (the country's lower house of parliament) in protest of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's video address. The lawmakers left signs on their seats that read 'Places for Peace' and 'Places for Neutrality', the Standard newspaper reported on Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
It's controversial now about sending weapons to Ukraine.
Some people think it's unconstitutional.
There are reports that the weapons in nearby countries don't work because so many kinds of weapons have arrived in Ukraine.
(March 30, 2023)

"Protests of grain producers against import of cheap grain from Ukraine continue today"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's another complaint about the government in Ukraine.
The Russians are saying that Kiev doesn't want to do normal government tasks.
Maybe Ukraine shouldn't export much right now.
(March 30, 2023)

"The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) under the Council of Europe presented on Thursday a new report that examines the treatment of persons in police custody; material conditions, regime and healthcare in prisons; situation of patients/residents in psychiatric/social care establishments. The report notes that Bulgaria still fails to implement the recommendations made so far."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on prisons.
Maybe this means the Germans are exporting police radios.
It's possible both Sophia and Ankara import German-made police radios.
(March 30, 2023)

"Russia's cyber war against Ukraine has largely failed, and Moscow is increasingly targeting Kyiv's European allies, US and French analysts say. French defense firm Thales said in a report that Russia is striking Poland, the Nordic and Baltic countries with an arsenal of cyber weapons aimed at sowing division and promoting anti-war messages. In a threat assessment earlier this month, Microsoft said that in the first six weeks of this year, Russian actors had carried out attacks in at least 17 European countries."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice the mention of cyber weapons.
The Germans might be cyberattacking Russia.
Also, there might be right wingers firing weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
(March 30, 2023)

"Hong Kong and Singapore's economies are 'closely intertwined', minister K Shanmugam says"
This is from the Chinese news.
There are complaints about the police in Hong Kong.
Sometimes it seems like fake news stories come from Singapore.
Maybe the Germans use Singapore as a naval tech hub.
The police in Hong Kong might use German-made radios.
(March 29, 2023)

"French defense company Thales said in a report published today that Russia plans attack on Poland, the Nordic and Baltic countries with an arsenal of cyber weapons to create divisions and promote anti-war groups. Earlier this month, Microsoft said Russian actors had launched attacks in at least 17 European countries in the first six weeks of this year."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's talking about Warsaw.
Maybe the Germans and Poles work closely together.
There might be right wingers who use the ports near the Gulf of Danzig.
(March 29, 2023)

Hopefully Anastasia and Alex's kids can accompany Nikolai in New Delhi.

There is nothing free in this world. #Caps

"$764 million of foreign investment utilized"
This is from the Tashkent news.
Maybe the Germans and Budapest facilitate weird investments in Tashkent.
They opened up a new Hungarian embassy in Tashkent.
(March 29, 2023)

"NEW DELHI, March 29. /TASS/. Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev arrived in India on a working visit on Wednesday."
"He attended intelligence and security courses at the KGB School in Minsk, and later at the Higher School of the KGB in Moscow (the present-day FSB Academy)."

This is from the Russian news.
Notice the Russian Security Council Secretary attended KGB School in Minsk.
It seems like the Germans use the ports in Sri Lanka.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 29, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 29. /TASS/. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said he was ready to receive a visit from Chinese leader Xi Jinping."
This is from the Russian news.
It's kind of a crazy story about Zelensky.
He's been at the White House.
I think he met with King Charles III.
Now he is meeting with Xi Jinping.
The Russians complain that the Ukrainians don't want to do like normal government tasks.
They only want to receive weapons imports and then Zelensky wants to conduct diplomatic visits.
(March 29, 2023)

"Feb 8, 2023 - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has arrived at Buckingham Palace to meet King Charles III, shortly after he addressed members of UK parliament..."

[Grain growers from across the country are organising a three-day national protest on 29, 30 and 31 March, organised by the National Association of Grain Growers. The reasons for the protest are the uncontrolled import of grain from Ukraine, the low purchase prices and the impossibility to sell the Bulgarian production, which is piling up in warehouses, the chairman of the Vidin Union of Grain Producers, Zhechko Andreynski, told BNR-Vidin. The protest will take place in Vidin, Ruse, Kardam and Silistra, which are border crossings with Romania and through which grain from Ukraine is transported. "Bulgaria and Romania are the most affected at the moment...," Andreynski said.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about agricultural exports.
This comes up about Ukraine.
It seems like Ukraine shouldn't export agricultural items right now.
Maybe regionally there should be less importing and exporting.
(March 29, 2023)

"It was snowing in many parts of Turkiye Wednesday morning, including the capital Ankara and Istanbul. The temperatures plunged by as much as 15C within a couple of days. It was minus 4C in Ankara and the forecast for Thursday is for minus 6C."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can cause earthquakes and climate stuff with space weapons.
It seems like the Germans are aiming space weapons at Ankara.
(March 29, 2023)

"The US Department of Defense has begun preparing the US Space Force (USSF) for a possible future conflict with Russia and China in space, the Wall Street Journal reported. The decision comes amid Russia and China deploying lasers and missiles that could disable satellites and disrupt civilian communications."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
Maybe they use German-made space weapons.
There are reports about labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe the Germans use too much energy for their army.
Also, maybe the Virginians aren't efficient about budget items.
(March 29, 2023)

Spaceship. (Me)
Motherfuc$er. (Alex)

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"Hungary launches Uzbekistan embassy"
This is from the Tashkent news.
I think it's not alright about the Hungarian embassy.
They are friendly with right wingers, it seems.
There are reports about the Hungarians working with the Ukrainians.
It's controversial about sending weaponry to Kiev.
(March 28, 2023)

"European Union's collapse not far off, says Russian security chief" "According to Nikolay Patrushev, the paradox is that Washington has a direct interest in the collapse of the EU"
This is from the Russian news.
That is fun they are talking about the EU.
Maybe the EU is ending.
The German army is really big now.
(March 28, 2023)

[Germany's Scholz confirms Ukraine received 18 Leopard 2A6 tanks This was announced by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at a press conference following talks with Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte BERLIN, March 27. /TASS/. Ukrainian armed forces received 18 German-made Leopard 2A6 tanks, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said at a press conference in the wake of talks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Monday. "We have delivered the tanks, as was announced," Scholz said, answering a question. Thus, the Chancellor confirmed the report from Der Spiegel saying that Germany handed over 18 Leopard 2A6 tanks to Kiev.]
This is from the Russian news.
Notice that the German army is talking about tanks.
The German army is really big now.
There are labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe the Germans take too much energy for their army.
(March 28, 2023)

Colin Farrell was in the Recruit. I am sure that day the Germans were pointing a space weapon at me because I went into an autistic fit in the movie theater. Of course I went to see the movie. But I couldn't actually watch it because I was so upset.
Now I know that the writer of the move was an English actor named Eugene Lipinski. I really like him. He is Abe Slaney in The Dancing Men.
I think you need to go to kind of an engineering school to be recruited. I was really excited about going to Georgia Tech. Kind of, they don't accept Texans that often. I know less than five people from Austin who went to Georgia Tech. I am one of very very few people from Austin who have been to the Georgia Tech campus.
Matt Durham at Los Alamos, he ended up going to SUNY-Stony Brook. He never did get accepted into one of the good engineering schools.

"Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has told the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, that the safety of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant cannot be guaranteed until Russian troops left the facility. Russia is holding Ukraine's and Europe's largest nuclear power plant hostage in order to use it for radiation blackmail, Zelensky said, quoted by Reuters."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice somehow Budapest is assisting the government in Ukraine.
Maybe the Germans work closely with the Hungarian army.
The German army is really big now.
(March 28, 2023)

In Texas we are the engineers who build the ships. We would complain about the pilots. This most recent Top Gun remember Tom Cruise refuses to read the ship manual.
I tell the Serbians to make fun of the pilots.

"Another 4.5-Magnitude Quake in Turkish Kahramanmaras Province"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can cause an earthquake with space weapons.
The German army is really big now.
(March 28, 2023)

I flew in the airplane from Austin to Atlanta. It was a direct flight. My cousin had been a commercial pilot in Atlanta. He worked for Delta. He was Uncle Edward's son, Pete. His son, Peter had hung himself in Tennessee. I guess he'd wanted to go to music school. My cousin had flown to Europe, and then they told the mom. And she had to wait for him to get back. Because their son had died. He had been in the US Navy during the Vietnam War. He was a Navy pilot. His wife was from Atlanta originally. I think he shouldn't have married her because they would have been Confederates. Maybe that is what Top Gun is about. Because it's about flight school. Obviously HW had been a Navy pilot. I still talk to Anna sometimes at family events. I remember them because I met them in Vermont. When I was at Georgia Tech though, that is an example of I didn't do anything but school stuff. I just stayed on campus and I went to church. I made friends at school. I actually had a lot of friends on the Georgia Tech campus. Pete has died. I was sad that Pete died because I liked him. He was nice to me when I met them in Vermont.

"North Korea to increase production of 'Nuclear Weapons Material'"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans send Pyongyang military items.
There have been reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 28, 2023)

"British: Russian base attacked" "The British Ministry of Defense announced that on March 22nd, an attempt to attack the Russian naval base was carried out, but the attack failed."
"Unprecedented in the last three decades: Total traffic collapse in Germany VIDEO" "Today, a one-day general strike in the transport sector began in Germany, completely paralyzing rail, air and sea traffic."

This is from the Serbian news.
Notice there was an attack on a Russian naval base.
Also, labor strikes in Germany.
The German army is really big now.
Maybe the army is responsible for the labor strikes.
Also, maybe the Germans attacked the Russian naval base.
(March 27, 2023)

"The EU may impose sanctions against Central Asian countries. Uzbekistan is back on the list. The European Union may impose trade restrictions on countries that help Russia buy washing machines, used cars and other equipment to repair tanks. EU officials first plan to hold diplomatic talks with Central Asian countries to warn them of the consequences."
This is from the Tashkent news.
Notice that the EU is being aggressive.
They have been aggressive also about Kosovo.
Maybe it is to assist the German army.
The Germans might want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 27, 2023)

"DONETSK, March 27. /TASS/. A chemical plant in Gorlovka in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) came under attack from Ukraine last night, and a nitric acid unit was severely damaged, Mayor Ivan Prikhodko reported on Monday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans send chemical munitions to Ukraine.
The German army is really big now.
(March 27, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 27. /TASS/. Russian Ambassador to Libya Aydar Aganin is heading off for Tripoli where the Russian diplomatic mission will be restored to full capacity, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov told TASS on Monday."
This is from the Russian news.
The Germans used to test weapons in Libya.
Maybe there are still weapons tests in North Africa.
(March 27, 2023)

"Former deputy defense minister: Bulgarian munitions to reach Ukraine through intermediaries"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe it's corruption now to send weaponry to Ukraine.
Sometimes there are reports that too many kinds of weapons are there and so it doesn't work.
(March 27, 2023)

The Virginians are Prussian immigrants. They have surveillance teams. For example, they might as a group watch an empty building or a dark room. They will do this for days and weeks. They know there isn't anything illegal. It seems like bad defense contracts. They don't read or write during their shifts. It seems like they're not sure how to operate the radios. (March 27, 2023)

"Former Macedonian Ambassador to Bulgaria: Bulgaria's Offensive Rhetoric Due to Macedonian Disorganized Diplomacy"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
It seems like mismanagement or criminal something at the ports.
(March 27, 2023)

[The last border checks in Croatia have been abolished after the country's accession to Schengen. Internal border control at Croatian airports for flights from member countries of the free movement area was lifted. The change coincided with the switch to the summer air transport schedule. Border control at the land and sea borders was abolished at the beginning of the year. Schengen law also applies to the nine international airports in Croatia, including Zagreb, Dubrovnik and Split. According to official data, on average 70 percent of passenger traffic at Croatian airports is within the Schengen area. The exception is Dubrovnik airport, where passengers from and outside Schengen are roughly equally distributed. The removal of border checks will facilitate the passage of visitors and is expected to increase interest in air travel to Croatia.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans use the ports in Croatia.
The EU has been really aggressive about Kosovo.
Maybe this EU stuff is right wingerism because it allows the German army to move.
The German army is really big now.
(March 27, 2023)

King Charles III has two sons, William and Harry.
William married Kate Middleton.
Pippa Middleton is William's wife's sister.
Pippa is married to James Matthews and they have three children.
James has a brother named Spencer.
Spencer married Vogue Williams and they have three children.
William and Kate have three children.
And so when William, James, and Spencer meet for the holidays, they have nine young children there.
They say they're Prussian immigrants.
Maybe they work for German defense firms.

"...the German collapse on the western front..."
These are photos of me and Nikola Jokic.
Kind of, we're wanting to phase out the rest of the team.
Nikola has learned to pass the ball to himself.
Often, he'll get a triple double which means he has double digits points, assists, and rebounds for that game.
Usually, he'll make the most points of any other player in that game.
Also, his stats are kind of like the third team's stats.

[Thutan Chewang, 71, still remembers the day the war began. It was October 1962 and China had just launched a surprise attack on what was then known as the North East Frontier Agency (which later became Arunachal Pradesh state) in north-eastern India. "They [Chinese troops] came charging from all sides. People started to flee, fearing for their lives," says Mr Chewang, who was just 11 at the time. The attack was swift, and despite putting up stiff resistance in some areas, Indian forces appeared to be struggling against Chinese troops. Soon, China seized Mr Chewang's hometown Tawang, a few miles away from the disputed border between the two countries. China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops remained there for around a month before withdrawing. More than 60 years later, that war still casts a shadow over the people of Tawang - especially when tensions escalate between the nuclear-armed neighbours. In December the town was back in the headlines when Indian and Chinese troops clashed along the Tawang border. But locals say despite the pain of the past, they are looking forward to a more promising future.]
This is from the BBC.
It's a really cool report about Beijing and New Delhi.
Notice this description of the PLA.
"They [Chinese troops] came charging from all sides. People started to flee, fearing for their lives."
Supposedly they do this in Burma now.
(March 25, 2023)

"EXPLAINED: What to expect during Monday's 'Mega Strike' in Germany" "After a month of repeated public-sector strikes in Germany hitting everything from airports to public transport and childcare, the next round of collective bargaining kicks off Monday with the biggest walk-out yet. Here's how your plans could be affected."
This is from the German news.
Charles III was going to visit Germany.
Maybe he does stuff that contributes to the labor strikes.
There are complaints that the Germans take too much energy for their army.
(March 25, 2023)

"Authorities in Paris announced that TikTok, Twitter and other well-known programs will no longer be allowed on government employees' mobile devices because they provide insufficient security and data protection Friday."
This is from the Turkish news.
Maybe the German army makes these software applications.
It's difficult then to operate smartphones or laptops.
There have been complaints about German-made police radios.
(March 25, 2023)

"Charles III's state visit to France postponed due to unrest over pension reform" "Britain's King Charles on Friday cancelled a state visit to France after social unrest over President Emmanuel Macron's new pension law erupted into some of the worst street violence seen in years across the country. The postponement will be a major embarrassment to Macron, who had hoped the monarch's visit would mark a symbolic step in the two countries' efforts to turn a page after years of poor relations post-Brexit. Charles had been due to travel to France on Sunday for three days before moving on to Germany, an itinerary that had been seen as a win for the French leader who has sought to position himself as Europe's de facto leader."
This is from France24.
Notice it is about labor strikes in Europe.
And that Charles was going to visit Germany.
Maybe he is a Prussian immigrant.
There have been labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe somehow Charles contributes to what they're striking about.
(March 25, 2023)

"Serbia marks 24 years since the beginning of NATO aggression" "24 years ago, on March 24, 1999, NATO aggression against Serbia, that is, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, started."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the German air force does a lot with space weapons.
It's been suggested that space weapons can cause an earthquake.
(March 24, 2023)

"WASHINGTON, March 24. /TASS/. The US administration has made a travesty of the First Amendment to the US Constitution, which guarantees the freedom of speech, by posing numerous obstacles to Russian media working in the country, Press Secretary of the Russian Embassy in the USA Igor Girenko said."
The Russian news is reporting on the Virginians.
They are Prussian immigrants.
Maybe they're on a labor strike.
There are reports about labor strikes in Germany.
(March 24, 2023)

"BEIJING, March 24. /TASS/. The liquefied natural gas (LNG) imported by Germany from the United States turned out to be 'far more expensive and worse' than Russian gas delivered via pipelines, a member of the German parliament has said."
This is from the Russian news.
The German army is really big now.
Maybe the Germans take too much energy for their army.
(March 24, 2023)

"There will be more staff to receive the tally sheets from the polling stations abroad" "Votes will be cast at 737 polling stations in 61 countries at the 2 April snap election for parliament"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can use their computers to affect the legislature in Sophia.
(March 24, 2023)

"Head of Center for National Security: Cosmos Must Be Bulgaria's Priority Once Again"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the German air force does a lot with space weapons.
It's been suggested that a space weapon can cause an earthquake.
(March 24, 2023)

["North Korea tested an Underwater Nuclear-Capable Attack Drone" "North Korea has tested a new underwater nuclear-capable attack drone, Al Jazeera reported citing the country's state news agency KCNA said on Friday." Significantly, the drone operated continuously for 59 hours underwater before being destroyed as part of a drill to intimidate the US and South Korean armed forces. The North Korean military deployed and tested-fired the new weapons system this week during a military drill directed by Kim Jong Un, with the aim of determining if it could produce a deadly blast and wave on a "super-scale."]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans assist the North Koreans with military things.
The drones might be German-made.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 24, 2023)

There was a lot expected of me at the time. I really did need to pass these math tests. I wanted to play on the soccer team. Neither of my parents are from here.
The best example is that one time my uncle, who lived in Dallas, would walk around in the desert wearing loafers. That is funny, but there are snakes in the desert. He really could have gotten bitten by a spider or something.

It's as if Ricky thinks first of all, it's his money. But he's under some delusion that he made the money that he has. I think his dad made the money. And so it's unethical because I think some of what he spends is actually Campbell's.

My dad is from New York City. We moved to Texas. My childhood looked like competing with the locals here for like jobs and school stuff. I ended up doing alright. I moved to Washington, DC. Some of that was really hard. The locals can be really formidable about exactly these things, fitness stuff and math tests. That's how I thought I would be able to succeed.

When you are young, you have to live with your parents. I am talking about English culture. What wins the day is fitness and passing your exams.

My dad is drinking soda pop. I need to study for my exams. The locals are formidable. They're from here. Their dads passed these same exams.

At the time, it was actually expected of me to pass all of these math exams and play on the soccer team.

Ricky Hatton has three kids. A son who is older, and then two daughters who have a different mom. The daughters seem really overweight. They have weird names. Their mom has red hair. Like she's from a movie she is huge and has red hair. The daughters roller skate around his house.
Campbell is trying to become a boxer. He's 22 years old. He's 5' 6". He is kind of too short to be a boxer, probably. This year Ricky took a trip with his friends to the Canary Islands for St. Patrick's Day.
I cringe for Campbell because he can see Ricky wastes the money. And Campbell needs some money to kind of maintain standards. It seems like he is some legitimate heir to Ricky's dad's money.

The English.

Grandpa
Dad
Grandkid

Who gets to decide what we do with the money?

This is the lifelong argument. About how we live here in Texas. The money. I would have spent that money on four coffees.

My dad went to the LBJ School which is the Texas graduate school of government. He immediately got a job working for the Texas state government. In North Carolina he worked for the newspaper. He was a crime reporter. I guess, the east coast and the west coast and the desert. Bill Clinton grew up in rural Arkansas, for example. I guess, whatever everyone does to get a keep a job.

[German "Bild": Ukraine intends to attack Zaporizhzhia and Luhansk, German "Bild" announced, citing an unnamed NATO official, that Ukraine intends to attack Zaporizhzhia and Luhansk.]
This is from the Serbian news.
The German army is really big right now.
The EU has been very aggressive about Kosovo.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 23, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 23 /TASS/. The Russian president's arrest overseas based on the International Criminal Court's (ICC) warrant would be a casus belli, Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev said."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the German army sends out fake news stories with their computers.
This seems to evidence that the ICC news story is army-like.
(March 23, 2023)

"ANKARA, March 23. /TASS/. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said he wanted to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the next few days about supplying African countries with flour that would be milled in Turkey using Russian grain, he said in an interview with Turkish news media."
The Russian news is reporting on agricultural exports.
Maybe Turkey, Ukraine, and Syria shouldn't export much now.
There are complaints generally about the governments in those countries.
(March 23, 2023)

"North Macedonia's Central Registry Deletes Bulgarian Cultural Centre Association in Bitola"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
It seems like a strange story about the Balkans.
(March 23, 2023)

The Virginians speak Brazilian in the swamp. #DC

[2.5 million eggs have imported from Ukraine to Bulgaria under a partnership program, the chairman of the Union of Poultry Breeders, Ivaylo Galabov, has told BNR. He expressed fears that by Easter the import will exceed 10 million and the eggs will be rebranded as Bulgarian. The union will signal the Food Safety Agency to investigate the case of origin manipulation. Information was also requested from the "Customs" agency.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice it's talking about Ukrainian agricultural exports.
Maybe they shouldn't export right now.
There are complaints generally about the government in Kiev.
(March 23, 2023)

"In the latest in a series of Moscow reactions to Great Britain's announcement to send depleted uranium ammunition to Ukraine, the Russian Defense Minister reminded today that such ammunition was also used by NATO during the bombing of Serbia in 1999, and that it had a negative impact on the health of NATO soldiers."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the German navy uses the ports in Scotland and Ireland.
There are reports about right wingers in the German navy.
(March 22, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 22. /TASS/. The American legislators who urged US President Joe Biden to start the deliveries of cluster munitions to Ukraine hardly realize the consequences of such moves, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Wednesday."
This is from the Russian news.
It's talking about sending weapons to Kiev.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
Maybe they're on a labor strike.
(March 22, 2023)

Wayne wants his ice cream cone.

"Syrian citizen was detained for inflicting bodily harm on his compatriot in the registration and reception centre (RRC) for migrants in Harmanli, Southeastern Bulgaria. At around 16:00 on Tuesday a report of an injured man, resulting from an interpersonal quarrel, was received at the Regional Directorate of the Interior Ministry in Haskovo."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are complaints that the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria.
Maybe the border has German-made fence items.
(March 22, 2023)

Like the Virginians.
It's hard to understand their motives.
Wayne is almost 40 years old.
Why can't he act like an adult and coach the team right?
I guess he's a Prussian like the Virginians.
He's got some mental problem where he doesn't age normally.

Our values about the sports leagues.
Ricky, when he was young.
He was really great because he had great fundamentals.
The athletes need to be like buildings that are well built or whatever.
That's the point of the sports leagues.

[The Bulgarian Irina Dilkinska has been extradited to the USA and charged in connection with the "OneCoin" crypto-fraud, announced the American Ministry of Justice, as quoted by BTA. A statement from the ministry said she was extradited on March 20 and will appear before a US judge.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to Sophia.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
There are reports about labor strikes in Virginia.
Maybe it's bad policy to extradite people like this.
(March 22, 2023)

[New York City FC 3-2 DC United: Wayne Rooney's side nearly fight back to snatch a tie in five-goal thriller but pay the price for a terrible first half performance. Wayne Rooney told his DC United players 'there's no chance I'm finishing f***ing bottom again' before the season. Although it is early days with DC's record 1-1-2 after New York City FC clinched a 3-2 victory, they simply cannot afford a first half like the one on show at the Yankee Stadium on Saturday night, or they will be competing at the wrong end of the table once again. It wouldn't have been a surprise to hear more expletives sounding in the away locker room from the visiting head coach at the break. Rooney confirmed that was indeed the case in his post-match press conference. 'I don't think I can give the language I used if I'm being honest,' Rooney said of his halftime message. 'I wanted to see a reaction from the team. 'I thought the first half was nowhere near good enough. I don't know why. I could have taken every player off at halftime. I told the players that.]
Notice that Wayne is confessing to cursing and berating his players in the locker room.
Also, DC United is close to the bottom of the eastern conference.
It seems like Wayne is to blame because the team is playing so badly.
(March 21, 2023)

This is me talking about Wayne Rooney and DC United. 3-21-23


"Chinese President Xi Jinping is on a three-day state visit to Russia."
This is from the Serbian news.
I think Xi looks overweight and unhealthy.
(March 21, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 20. /TASS/. A meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping has ended, lasting for almost four-and-a-half hours. The Chinese leader has left the Kremlin. The two leaders met on Monday, on the first day of the Chinese president's visit to Moscow. The meeting started at 4:36 p.m. Moscow time. First, they talked in the Kremlin, and then their conversation continued one-on-one over a working lunch."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about Xi's visit to Moscow.
(March 21, 2023)

"BUDAPEST, March 21. /TASS/. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has warned NATO countries against engaging in a direct conflict with Russia following a meeting with the bloc's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Hungarians assist the German army a lot.
(March 21, 2023)

"A hitherto unknown painting by Jackson Pollock from 1949 has been discovered in Bulgaria during an operation by the Bulgarian and the Greek anti-organized crime services, coordinated by Europol, the BNR has found out from sources of its own. According to experts, the painting may be worth up to EUR 50 million. The operation, targeted at the trafficking of cultural objects, took place in Sofia, in Athens and on the island of Crete. Three Greek and one Bulgarian citizen have been detained. Five other paintings by prominent artists have been seized during parallel operations by the Greek police on the island of Crete and in Athens. Jackson Pollock is an American painter, a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. He died in 1956 at the age of 44."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to Sophia.
There are complaints that the Turks don't enforce their side of the border with Bulgaria.
Also, maybe the Turks use German-made police radios.
(March 21, 2023)

"Deputy Foreign Minister Takes Part in EU Foreign Affairs Council"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The EU has been really aggressive about Kosovo.
The German army is really big now.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 21, 2023)

"US biolabs in Africa pose threats to continent - Russian diplomat" "Ambassador-at-Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, head of the secretariat of the Russia-Africa Partnership Forum Oleg Ozerov said that Africa is facing issues of biological threats" "MOSCOW, March 19. /TASS/. The United States and its partners are establishing biological laboratories in Africa, which pose threats to the countries of the continent, Oleg Ozerov, Russian Foreign Ministry's Ambassador at Large, said on Sunday."
The Russian news is reporting on biolabs.
Maybe the Germans maintain these kinds of labs.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
It's possible the Pentagon and the Germans works together on this kind of research.
(March 20, 2023)

["Armed foreigner plotting terror attack neutralized by Belarus' security officers in Grodno" "The Committee noted that he resisted the soldiers of the special forces" "MINSK, March 19. /TASS/. An armed foreigner who crossed into Belarus to stage a terror attack have been neutralized by Belarusian security officers, the BelTA news agency reported on Sunday, citing the Belarusian State Security Committee (KGB)." "In the course of a special operation to suppress the activities of individuals crossing into Belarus' territory with an aim of committing a terror attack, a foreign citizen was neutralized in the city of Grodno on March 19, 2023. The man used an automatic gun and hand grenades to offer armed resistance to the KGB special Group A officers," the KGB said in a statement. According to the KGB, neither civilians nor law enforcement agencies were hurt. A criminal case was opened.]
This is from the Russian news.
Notice it's about the police in Minsk.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe the Germans have right wingers in their navy.
It's not clear about the trade through these ports on the Baltic Sea.
(March 20, 2023)

"Bulgarian Counter-Cybercrime Officers Share Experience with Counterparts in Netherlands"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can use their computers to affect the legislature in Sophia.
There are reports about elections in Bulgaria.
Sometimes they have difficulty forming a majority, etc.
(March 20, 2023)

"One illegal migrant died and more than ten others were injured after a car overturned in a ravine near the Aldomirovo swamp in the Dragoman region. The incident happened around midnight. According to initial information, an attempt was made to stop the car with the migrants by Border Police teams. However, the driver refused to obey and crashed in his attempt to escape. According to initial information, the driver is Serbian and has been detained. All the migrants, including the deceased, were from Afghanistan."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria.
Also, maybe the border has German-made fence items and labor unions.
(March 20, 2023)

"China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not confirmed the news that Chinese President Xi jinping will have a telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. It is noteworthy that China's foreign minister yesterday insisted that ukraine and russia should resume peace talks as soon as possible."
This is from the New Delhi news.
Maybe the Chinese import German-made radios.
It seems like fake news stories are coming from the German army.
(March 19, 2023)

This is me talking about Valeria Kasciuhova. 3-19-23


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#DC Maybe the German navy has right wingers who trade through the ports on the Baltic Sea

Maybe these think tanks in #Minsk are German defence contractors and right wingers

"Turkey backs Finland for NATO membership, but snubs Sweden"
"Valeria Kasciuhova, founder of a think tank..."

This is from the Washington Post. First, Ankara has made comments about right wingers in Sweden. Second, maybe these think tanks in Minsk are German-funded defense contractors. There are concerns about these ports in northern Europe. For example, Lubeck and Gdansk. Maybe right wingers in the German navy use those ports. They could then sail to Ireland and even Jakarta. There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 19, 2023)

The American Revolution was in the 1770s. The Americans won, but it meant we couldn't go back to England, really. It's disputed today about Americans going to England and the British coming here. I feel like I cannot in real terms visit England, anymore. Can they more come here or can we more go there?

#DC Kate is having dinner with soldiers, and she's wearing high heels and smiling with her mouth open. I think she shouldn't dress like that around the infantry. (March 18, 2023)

#DC Kate is having dinner with soldiers, and she's wearing high heels and smiling with her mouth open. I think she shouldn't dress like that around the infantry. pic.twitter.com/SymwOt0k6u

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) March 18, 2023

Private Cowboy?
He's that guy who shot all of those people from that tower in Austin, Texas, sir!

William gives it to Kate and thinks she's Mary and he's Joseph. They're Prussians.
Coleen is Mary and Wayne is Joseph.
Pippa is Mary and James is Joseph.

There are today a lot of labor strikes in Europe.

Are right wingers trading through the ports in the Baltic Sea?
How about Lubeck, Gdansk, and Copenhagen?
Are there right wingers in those ports and labor unions?

Maybe somehow labor unions can explain some of these labor strikes.

One child policy
Zero covid policy
Flu lockdown policy
Cultural revolution stuff

The Germans might develop radios to assist Beijing in enforcing these policies.

This is me talking about the labor strikes in France and Germany. 3-18-23


"EXPLAINED: Why travel chaos from transport strikes in Germany could get worse" "Imogen Goodman 17 Mar, 2023"
This is from the German news.
There are labor strikes in both Germany and France.
(March 18, 2023)

William and Harry have my complete attention right now.

Sir, can you come up with a new one? One I have not heard?

The British will get right back up. You have to really hit them hard.

No, you guys weren't there. If you aren't old enough you weren't there. If you are old enough you weren't there. I can't believe, Harry kind of was there. Harry said William wrote to him when he was in Kabul.

"Turkiye has decided to begin the process of ratifying Finland's NATO membership, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday, stressing what he said were concrete steps by Helsinki to address Ankara's concerns."
This is from the Turkish news.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
In Germany and France there are labor strikes.
Maybe the Germans have right wingers in their navy.
It's concerning about right wingers and these ports on the Baltic Sea.
(March 18, 2023)

I went to London in 2003. And I was at a bar. They were into like, imperial Chinese stuff and how ancient China were morally superior cultural examples.
That's what the bars in London were like at the time.
They were radically in favor of China everything and opposed to America everything.

In the Rome show, the woman at the end talks about how she's still there. I was in Austin like every minute until I turned 29. That's when I moved to Atlanta for graduate school. My dad worked for the state government. He never traveled for work. Other dads, they might travel. Believe that because it's true. If we traveled, so to speak, that would look like driving somewhere in Texas.

The Bush twins and I went to high school at the same time, but their school was down the street from my high school. They are a year older than me. My dad worked for the state government, their dad was the governor. But, they left and I was still there forever. Jenna and I were at UT at the same time.

"What China's baby woes mean for its economic ambitions"
The BBC is reporting on Beijing.
Maybe the PLA imports German-made police radios.
This is an example of a strange domestic policy.
Maybe these kinds of policies are possible because of German radio technology.
(March 18, 2023)

"French unions see threat of Yellow Vest rerun over Macron's retirement push" "Unions, united in coordinating their protests, called for a ninth strike day next Thursday, but many expressed fears they could lose control of the protests as more radical demonstrators set the tone."
France24 is reporting on labor strikes.
There are also labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe the army is taking too much energy.
There are reports about right wingers near the ports on the Baltic Sea.
(March 18, 2023)

"Singapore says TikTok use on government devices only on 'need-to basis'"
This is from the Chinese news.
It seems like Singapore serves as a German navy tech hub.
Sometimes it seems like fake news stories are coming from Singapore.
Also, there are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 17, 2023)

This is me talking about the Chinese MFA. 3-17-23


[ADDIS ABABA, March 14 (Xinhua) -- Xue Bing, Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa Affairs of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Tuesday refuted the groundless cliche that China is creating a "debt trap" in Africa, calling it a narrative trap instead. Addressing media here in the Ethiopian capital, the special envoy said Africa's debt burdens should not be blamed on China.]
This is from the Chinese news.
It's controversial about Beijing lending money.
After the pandemic, maybe they shouldn't be allowed to lend money.
(March 17, 2023)

Another thing that is true is the carrier fleet.
Admiral Spruance.
Navy battles in the 1940s.
He was from Indiana.
He knew when to send our planes and when they were refueling their planes.

"Vucic tours the Srem district today" "President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, will visit the Srem district today."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's just a fun story about President Vucic.
(March 17, 2023)

Also, in Black Hawk down it talked about how the British type for fun.

Uncle Dave was David Collins. Like the Collins Latin dictionary.
The Irish desk in London. I wish you guys were more like Uncle Dave.
Kind of days on and holidays and stuff.

"Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Recep Tayyip Erdogan meet in Ankara"
This is from the Tashkent news.
I complain about the Uzbek foreign ministry.
(March 17, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 16. /TASS/. South Ossetia must coordinate its security-related actions with Russia, considering the ongoing complex geopolitical processes, South Ossetian President Alan Gagloyev said during the meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Turks are sending infantrymen and radio signals into the Caucasus region.
South Ossetia is near the Russian border in Georgia.
(March 17, 2023)

"HONG KONG /XIANGGANG/, March 17. /TASS/. Taiwan has reported the approach of 15 aircraft and three ships of the People's Liberation Army of China (PLA) in the region near the island over the past 24 hours, Taiwan's Defense Ministry said in a statement posted on its website on Friday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans send the PLAAF warplanes.
Also, maybe the Germans assist to train the PLAAF pilots.
(March 17, 2023)

"Trade unions call for adequate income policy"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are reports about labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe there are German labor unions in Bulgaria.
(March 17, 2023)

Usually there isn't news on Fridays. One time ever there was.

"UPDATED EU Court Rejects Clean Air Non-Compliance Claim Against Bulgaria"
The Bulgarian news is reporting on air quality.
There are complaints that the Germans take too much energy for their army.
Maybe they want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 17, 2023)

"Libyan Militias announced that they had Found the Missing Uranium" "Armed militias in eastern Libya said they had found about two and a half tonnes of uranium ore that had been declared missing by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the BBC reported on Friday."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The Germans used to test weapons in the Libyan deserts.
Maybe they still do.
There are reports about the Wagner group in North Africa.
It might be secretive about the weapons tests there.
(March 17, 2023)

Did the DoS insist that Ambassador Antonov walk to their building from his building? #DC @Amb_Ulyanov pic.twitter.com/ZzTTCYhGAb

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) March 16, 2023

Did the DoS, like, insist that the Russian ambassador, like go over to their building?
I think I don't like that.
Sometimes locally the police are frightening kind of.
What if they were like, you know, mentioning something about Guantanamo Bay?
Were they going to take out the water board?

It seems French for it to be a big deal that the Russian diplomat walk to their building. Like Chardonnay or Amateur or another French word.
Was it symbolic to them that he got up and walked to their building?
That seems French.

This is me talking about Ned Price. 3-16-23


[Now what you need are the specialized skills, informed perspectives, and nuanced understanding to be an even more effective leader in solving public problems. The two-year Master in Public Administration (MPA) from Harvard Kennedy School is that vital next step.]

Kate has too many kids.
Pippa has too many kids.
Coleen has too many kids.
Ned has an MRS degree from Harvard.

Sir, I would like you to come up with a new one.

["We have acquainted ourselves with the statements of the official representative of the US State Department Ned Price made during his interview with MSNBC. We consider the Press Secretary's assessments of Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States of America Anatoly Antonov's comments on the incident with the MQ-9 Reaper drone over the Black Sea to be unacceptable, especially if they come from an employee of the US diplomatic service," he stressed. "Such definitions are beyond any decorum." In an interview with MSNBC, the State Department spokesman claimed that the statements Antonov made when he was summoned to the US Department of State over the incident over the Black Sea were unconvincing.]
Price has kind of an MRS degree from Harvard. It's not a math-based degree. For example, I have an MSLIS which is math-based because I learn to sort digital files.
That's what is going on with this. He went to, I guess, the Georgetown foreign service school, but then for graduate school he kind of has a MRS from Harvard. It's a non-substantive time filler degree.
(March 16, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 15. /TASS/. Syrian President Bashar Assad thanked Russian authorities for the aid in elimination of the aftermath of recent earthquakes in the Arab Republic."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans have developed space weapons that can cause an earthquake.
(March 16, 2023)

"Nearly 200,000 contraband cigarette boxes were seized in an operation of the Border Police, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. The operation was carried out earlier in day in Sofia by officers of the anti-organized crime directorate."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria.
Also, maybe the border has German-made fence items.
(March 16, 2023)

[About 2.5 tons of natural uranium have disappeared in Libya, announced the UN nuclear agency, AFP reported. The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, told the organization's member states that inspectors on Tuesday found that 10 barrels containing uranium ore concentrate "were not available as previously announced" at the site in Libya]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The Germans used to test warplanes in the Libyan desert.
There are reports about the Wagner group in North Africa.
Maybe the Germans are still using these deserts to test weapons.
(March 16, 2023)

It would be great for the Chinese MFA to talk about the Korean War and the Vietnam War more, and about the PLA's activities during those conflicts.

This is me talking about the Chinese foreign ministry. 3-15-23


"UNITED NATIONS, March 15. /TASS/. With Western support and under the guise of the Minsk agreements, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky was getting ready for a war with Russia, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya told the UN Security Council."
This is from the Russian news.
It's more complaints about the Ukrainian government.
They seem to not want to do public services stuff.
Lots and lots of complaints about the Ukrainian government.
(March 15, 2023)

Here is the Walter Payton leap. It might be time to leap so to speak over, because Beijing is really on the defensive.

THIS IS A BIG DEAL
WE ARE WANTING MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY BECAUSE IT'S LIKE AT THIS POINT WHAT CAN THEY SAY?

"BEIJING, March 14. /TASS/. The member countries of the AUKUS alliance, the US, the UK and Australia, should stop chasing the idea of an absolute Anglo-Saxon security, a representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in exclusive comments provided to TASS on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about the Chinese foreign ministry.
Remember they are struggling with their message.
The last thing I read is that the Chinese are complaining that the Americans have too many bases abroad.
Anything we say they do, they say we do.
(March 15, 2023)

"Bulgaria's head of state Rumen Radev expects the measures taken by the caretaker cabinet to reduce the prices of food products will lead to normalization of the market, BTA reported. Before the annual awards ceremony for responsible business, in which he participated, the president commented to journalists that a comprehensive information system was needed to track food and its pricing. The caretaker government is working hard to devise such a system, and according to the president, it will have an effect. Radev added that the system should be operational soon."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's more reports about the economy.
The EU and the German army.
Maybe there is inflation because the Germans use too much energy.
(March 15, 2023)

"President Radev and Romanian Counterpart Iohannis to Discuss Accession to Schengen, Energy, Economic and Transport Connectivity"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's more EU stuff.
Maybe the EU advocates for things that benefit the German economy.
It could cause inflation.
The German army is very big now.
Maybe the Germans are using too much energy for their army.
(March 15, 2023)

["The Croatian Government will Introduce a Fixed Price for Basic Food Products" "At its meeting on Thursday, the Croatian government will take a decision to set a fixed price for eight basic products, said Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic. The price of sunflower oil will be lower - 1.72 euros per liter (now it is 1.86 euros), there will be a price limit for milk, flour, sugar, whole chicken and minced pork. The price of fresh milk with 2.8 percent fat content will be EUR 0.98 per liter, minced pork - EUR 4.11 per kilogram, flour type 500 - EUR 0.80 per kilogram, sugar - EUR 1.33 per kilogram, reports BTA. The price of electricity for households, public and non-profit sectors, small businesses will remain the same until the end of September. The price of gas will not change until April next year for households, the public and non-profit sector and all micro, small and medium enterprises with an average annual consumption of up to 10 GWh.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There might be inflation in Croatia because the Germans use those ports.
Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia have strategic ports.
The EU has been very aggressive about Kosovo.
Maybe the EU is responsible for some of these reports about inflation.
(March 15, 2023)

The Germans do this to me sometimes. I believe in space weapons.
I was in school, sitting in class, I could have gotten up. Because the students next to me said they had just seen Tommy Lee Jones. But I stayed in class and took notes.
That happened to me in Atlanta.
Floyd Mayweather was in town and I heard that on the radio but I just stayed in my apartment and did homework.
There is a third example. I took a chemistry class during summer school once early in the morning. It was every day early in the morning. And when I was waiting for the bus, I saw this group of people across the street getting their boat ready to take it out on the lake.

I guess regionalism. East and west.
I am a big fan of Hollywood. I always try to promote Hollywood as a part of the American machine. I love the actors in Hollywood.
I complain about the theater district in New York City. I complain about New York City film directors. I complain about the NYU film school.
Currently my favorite directors are Ben Affleck and Guy Ritchie. Neither of them are from New York City. Jason Statham and Tommy Lee jones.
Tommy Lee Jones comes from a family that settled in Texas when it was still very frightening to go there. Back then, my relatives were still in the French territories to the north like Missouri or even Wisconsin or Canada.
(March 15, 2023)

Prussia 59
Prussia 60

I couldn't believe it when Alex started complaining about the Russian army in Ukraine.

This is me talking about the Tashkent news. 3-14-23


"Ursula did not want to answer one question about Serbia" "President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, stated that the normalization of relations between Belgrade and Pristina is of great importance."
This is from the Serbian news.
The EU has been really aggressive lately about Kosovo.
Maybe it's because the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 14, 2023)

That's like half of what I do over here.
Alex will tell people not to get dental work.
Wayne will tell people to get married and live with their relatives.
Anastasia will tell the other hockey players to get married and have children.
Mayor Bowser insisted everyone had to wear a mask during yoga class.

It's like east coast leadership styles.

"Illegal connection to the electricity, heat, gas or water networks, as well as intentional damage to electricity, natural gas, cold or hot water meters, including their seals, will be treated as theft. This offense is punishable by up to five years in prison. For minor theft: A fine of 10 to 20 BRW (3 million to 6 million sums) or administrative arrest up to 15 days."
This is from the Tashkent news.
There are reports about labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe the Germans use too much energy for their army.
Also, maybe the Virginians use too much energy for the police.
There are complaints about the police in Washington, DC and Virginia.
(March 14, 2023)

"ULAN-UDE, March 14. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Ulan-Ude on Tuesday where he is set to visit the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant and hold a meeting on the development of Far East cities."
This is just a fun story about Siberia.
This is the city closest to the Mongolian border.
I have been there.

"You should never do what he says."
This comes up with the SNS even. They'll do what they don't want to do.
I have read a lot about this.
If there is someone in the army.
It is persuasive in the army to say, well this person.
Everyone would agree nobody should ever do what he says.
"Well he's a..."

Somehow, wouldn't the Boston people be dumb about government? As compared to people from out west.

"WARSAW, March 14. /TASS/. Poland plans to supply MiG-29 fighter jets from its own fleet to Ukraine within the next four to six weeks, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a news conference on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe there are right wingers in the Polish army.
The Germans and Poles might work closely together.
Remember they both sent tanks to Kiev.
Also, maybe it's unconstitutional now to send weaponry to Kiev.
(March 14, 2023)

"Bulgaria stopped 190,000 illegal migrants at border with Turkey in 2022" "The unprecedented migrant pressure towards Bulgaria has increased by 30% since the beginning of the year. However, a very small number of attempts for illegal entry are successful, caretaker Minister of Interior Ivan Demerdzhiev said in Stara Zagora. In 2022, the Bulgarian authorities prevented 190,000 people from illegally crossing the border with Turkey, Demerdzhiev added and pointed out that more and more foreigners are involved in migrant trafficking for money. He called on the new parliament to adopt changes to the Penal Code to deter illegal migration."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the border with Turkey.
Maybe the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border.
Also, maybe the border has German-made fence items.
(March 14, 2023)

"San Miguel Chapel, is a Spanish colonial mission church in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Originally built around 1610, it is often referred to as the oldest church in the United States (excluding Puerto Rico)."

The oldest church in the United States is in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The oldest college is in Boston, Massachusetts.
I've been to both.

"31-year-old Wanted By German Authorities for Computer Crimes and Fraud is Detained in Sofia" "The Interior Ministry detained a 31-year-old Bulgarian wanted by Germany in Sofia, the Interior Ministry said Tuesday. The operation was carried out earlier in the day, the arrested is from Burgas, on the Black Sea coast. German authorities have issued a European arrest warrant for the arrest of this man for committing computer crimes and fraud. He is about to be handed over to the competent authorities, who will execute the warrant."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on the German police.
Maybe there are right wingers in Germany.
There have been reports about labor strikes in Germany.
The German army is really big now.
Maybe they are taking too much energy for their army.
(March 14, 2023)

Some people start on the east coast and move west.
I started out west and moved east.
For example, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon of course started in Boston.
I started in Texas and moved to Washington, DC.
Right now I love going to Baltimore and Philadelphia. Baltimore is on the ocean. I look at the birds by the harbor and I think that a long time ago my relatives arrived from England and they would have seen those same birds.

[Interior Minister: Attempts to Enter Bulgaria Illegally have Increased by 30% this year "The migrant pressure we are under is unprecedented. The growth of attempts to cross the Bulgarian border since the beginning of this year is 30 percent." This was stated by the Acting Minister of Internal Affairs Ivan Demerdzhiev in a comment on the migrant pressure. Demerdzhiev is in Stara Zagora to attend the annual report of the Regional Directorate of Internal Affairs. "I appeal to the next National Assembly to take measures and revise these three texts in the Penal Code, so that these people are deterred. Such a prevention would help tremendously," urged the minister. He pointed out that despite the greater number of attempts to enter the country illegally, a very small proportion of migrants succeed.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are complaints that the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria.
Maybe the border has German-made fence items.
Also, maybe German labor unions work at the border.
(March 14, 2023)

If it were up to me, William and Kate wouldn't go back to Harvard. Neither of them went to Oxford or Cambridge.
Do the Americans have any say about this?

[On Edward's wedding day in 1999, he was given the title of Earl of Wessex after marrying Sophie Rhys-Jones in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The couple have two children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, now the Earl of Wessex.]
Duke Edward has two kids, and they both have titles.
It's as though the British, make babies and they don't work.
These people are all so huge and obese.
It's really controversial because they behave as Germans.
Another thing is their schooling.
When William and Kate visited Boston, Kate visited the Harvard campus.
William didn't go to Oxford, he went to St. Andrews which is known for labor union management jobs.
I think maybe they don't have to visit Ivy League schools if they don't go to Oxford or Cambridge.
(March 13, 2023)

"IT hub India seeks to chip away at China's grip on electronics" "India looking to produce electronic items for domestic market that defy Western model of 'use and throw', as it eyes pivot from IT services to production" "Country also set to benefit from China's 'trust deficit' arising from zero-Covid policy that disrupted supply chains and spurred firms like Apple and Foxconn to look elsewhere, insider says"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans use the ports near Sri Lanka.
There are reports about the infantry in New Delhi.
The Germans might send New Delhi military items and police radios.
(March 13, 2023)

"Hostage crisis in Germany: The building was cordoned off by the police PHOTO" "German police in the city of Karlsruhe announced that an operation is underway due to suspicion of a hostage situation, reports Deutsche Welle. Authorities responded to a hostage situation allegedly taking place at a pharmacy in a city in southwestern Germany. The police announced on Twitter that due to the currently unclear risk situation, the area has been secured and that more information is expected. It was also announced that the police established contact with a person suspected of taking hostages, according to Deutsche Welle."
This is from the Serbian news.
I guess the German police is responding to a hostage crisis.
Karlsruhe is near the border with France.
(March 13, 2023)

"Constitution article regarding sovereignty of Karakalpakstan remains unchanged"
This is from the Tashkent news.
The ambassador here in Washington, DC from Tashkent sometimes writes about this.
I guess there were riots there.
Maybe somehow the Germans use this region to send radio signals to East Asia.
It's another example of separatism.
(March 13, 2023)

"LUGANSK, March 13. /TASS/. Ukraine has stepped up efforts to recruit women with a background in chemistry and biology to serve in the army, retired Lieutenant Colonel of the Lugansk People's Republic's (LPR) People's Militia Andrey Marochko told TASS on Monday."
The Russian news is reporting on Kiev.
There are complaints about women in the Ukrainian infantry.
This image of women Ukrainian army soldiers carrying weapons.
Maybe then you cannot send them artillery.
Not everyone is alright with women in the army.
(March 13, 2023)

"ANKARA, March 13. /TASS/. As many as 6,600 foreign nationals, mostly Syrians, were killed in Turkey's earthquakes, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said at a press conference on Monday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans can cause an earthquake with a space weapon.
(March 13, 2023)

[Rally in Central Sofia Demands Bulgarian Neutrality in Ukraine Conflict "Hundreds gathered at a protest rally on Alexander Burov Square in central Sofia on Sunday afternoon to demand Bulgaria's full neutrality in the military conflict in Ukraine. The protesters prayed for peace in front of the President's administration building. They raised slogans with inscriptions "Bulgaria a zone of peace - We do not shoot at brothers!", "Eastern front once again - without us! No Bulgarian boys in the slaughterhouse". Bulgarian and Russian flags were carried by some. The organizers are from the Bulgarian National Peace Council, Free and Peaceful Bulgaria.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's maybe criminal or corruption now to send weapons to Kiev.
There are complaints that the Ukrainian officer corps cannot receive the weapons.
Also, maybe it's unconstitutional to send Kiev weapons from other countries.
(March 13, 2023)

Maybe the Turks live flashy lifestyles, but they maybe have to live with their relatives. I live alone, and I don't drink and stuff as much as them.

[Bulgarian Police Detained over 30 Migrants near Sofia" "More than 30 migrants were detained this morning near Sofia, reported the Ministry of the Interior. They were loaded into a Bulgarian minibus, the driver of which is also Bulgarian. The police operation took place around 8:00 a.m. this morning at the beginning of the "Struma" highway near "Lyulin" district. The police took fingerprints from the detained migrants. The bus driver was detained and taken away in a patrol car.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are reports about the border between Turkey and Bulgaria.
Maybe the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border.
Also, maybe the border has German fence items and German labor unions.
(March 13, 2023)

"Japan's birth rate policy could be funded by government bonds, says ruling party heavyweight" "Hiroshige Seko, the LDP's secretary general for the upper house, says funding for child-related policies through government bond issuance 'should be allowed'" "Births in Japan plunged to a record low of just below 800,000 last year, according to official records"
This is from the Chinese news.
It seems like a strange domestic policy like the flu lockdowns in China.
Maybe the Germans send East Asian countries radios and that's how they implement these policies.
Also, the one child policy, the zero COVID policy, even the Cultural Revolution.
(March 12, 2023)

Princess Kate is ready to deploy to Donbass #Ukraine #London

[Donbass Devushka @PeImeniPusha "Fascists!" Czech protesters shout towards people with Ukrainian flags in Prague. The protesters demanded to remove the flag of Ukraine from the building of the National Museum near Wenceslas Square. The police blocked the main steps in front of the museum to prevent protesters from entering.]
That is from Twitter today.
(March 11, 2023)

Duchess Sophie has large tracts of land #Edinburgh

- One child policy
- The Red scare
- Zero COVID policy
- Flu lockdown

These are examples of weird Chinese domestic policies. Maybe they need to import German radios to implement these policies.

This is me talking about the Chinese Communist Party. 3-11-23


"Chinese city Xi'an draws backlash with flu lockdown proposal"
The BBC is reporting on Beijing.
There are weird domestic policies in China.
Maybe it's because they use German-made police radios.
It seems like the Germans make radios that allow for largescale strange policies.
(March 11, 2023)

"On Thursday, the Verdi union announced that Deutsche Post workers have voted in favour of strike action for an indefinite period. How will this affect deliveries of letters and parcels?"
The German news is reporting on labor strikes.
It seems like the Germans use their computers to make their economy look healthy.
Maybe they take too much energy for their army.
(March 11, 2023)

"Baku swiftly denounced Yerevan's recent series of aggressive moves that heightened border tensions and advocated for a peaceful conflict resolution, instead of further exacerbation"
The Turkish news is reporting on the Caucasus region.
Maybe the Turks send infantrymen into the Caucasus region.
Also, radio signals.
(March 11, 2023)

"Li Qiang, one of Chinese President Xi Jinping's most trusted allies, was confirmed as premier on Saturday, as Xi cements his influence on the country's top leadership. Li, the former Shanghai party chief who oversaw the city's gruelling two-month lockdown last spring, was named the successor of outgoing premier Li Keqiang at a meeting of the country's rubber-stamp parliament."
France24 is reporting on the CCP.
Maybe Beijing imports German-made police radios.
There have been complaints about the police in Macau, Hong Kong, and Taipei.
(March 11, 2023)

These are true stories. Once someone told me that Alex Ovechkin looked like a Mongolian.
At Texas, one time, in a class of three hundred students in Astronomy, the professor did a demonstration and he wrote a small word on the chalkboard. He asked if anyone could read it. I was the only one who could read it. That's how good my eyesight is.
The Virginians, the men go around saying they cannot see. And so they will slowly take ten minutes to read anything. My body shakes when they start looking because they all have such bad eyesight.

Uncle Dave was my dad's favorite. Because he and my aunt went to jazz music concerts. My grandpa, my dad's dad, he like wasn't a good driver and stuff. He had bad hearing.
Uncle Dave was handsome and good at everything. He married my aunt. My dad would get irritated at his dad because he was sometimes socially awkward.

"German police confirmed last evening that the shooting took place at the center of Jehovah's Witnesses in Hamburg."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's just an interesting story about the Hamburg PD.
(March 10, 2023)

[John Kirby, the Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the US' National Security Council, has confirmed the presence of American biolaboratories in Ukraine, noting that they were suspended by staff members and "deactivated" before the onset of the military operation, Kirillov noted, adding that the papers received by the Russian Defense Ministry provided evidence of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency's (DTRA) biological program in Ukraine being underway.]
This is from the Russian news.
It's about bioweapons.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
Maybe the Virginians and the Germans both maintain these kinds of labs.
(March 10, 2023)

"BERLIN, March 10. /TASS/. Germany, Denmark and Sweden are continuously exchanging data concerning the progress of the investigation into the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines, German cabinet spokesperson Christiane Hoffmann said at a briefing on Friday."
This is from the Russian news.
The German army is really big now.
They might be taking too much energy for their army.
(March 10, 2023)

That Bulgarians around the world all need to take care of each other.

"Magnitude 3.6 Earthquake Registered Northeast of Dimitrovgrad, Southeastern Bulgaria"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are causing these earthquakes with space weapons.
(March 10, 2023)

"Day 380 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Turkey Stopped the Transit to Russia of Goods covered by EU Sanctions"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It seems like the EU and the German economy grow at the same time.
Maybe the EU does stuff to make it easier for the German army.
They have been very aggressive about Kosovo.
Maybe the EU is so interested in Kosovo because the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 10, 2023)

"North Korea's Kim Jong-un orders military to get ready for 'real war' as he supervises fire assault drill State media said Pyongyang fired a volley of missiles to show its capability to 'counter an actual war' The latest launches came as the US and South Korea were set to kick off large-scale military exercises next week"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans send radio signals to Pyongyang about the army.
It's possible Berlin is telling North Korea to rearm.
(March 9, 2023)

The British, to their credit. They point out sometimes what Harry said and it's right.

If people don't know this. Harry really did go over there. OK?
These photos. The first one, notice how Queen Rania of Jordan, she wears clothes so you can see her bust sticking out. Both Kate Middleton and Coleen Rooney do that. I think it means they are Prussians. I wear clothes and you cannot see my bust sticking out. Also, here is Princess Kate wearing a Pakistani headscarf. I wonder about the British army being deployed to Islamabad and then Kate wearing Pakistani clothes. Remember, Harry was deployed to Afghanistan. Supposedly William wrote to him when he was at the front. Maybe William didn't serve in Afghanistan. Maybe Harry is right to point out that of them, it does seem like Harry did more for the army. (March 9, 2023)

[New earthquake in Turkey: "This is a disaster" Early this morning, 28 minutes after 6 o'clock, Turkey was hit by another earthquake.]
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans can cause an earthquake with a space weapon.
(March 9, 2023)

"BERLIN, March 7. /TASS/. The German government has taken under advisement the New York Times report that a pro-Ukrainian group is responsible for sabotaging the Nord Stream pipelines, a German cabinet spokeswoman told TASS on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
The German army is really big now.
Maybe there are right wingers in the German navy.
Lubeck used to be an East German port.
(March 9, 2023)

"UNITED NATIONS, March 9. /TASS/. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is keeping an eye on the situation in Georgia, where protests against the bill on foreign agents are underway, and urges all the parties to avoid actions leading to escalation of tensions, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General Farhan Haq told TASS."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Turks send infantrymen and radio signals into the Caucasus region.
(March 9, 2023)

"New German ambassador to Bulgaria: We all live in the European home"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The EU has been really aggressive lately about Kosovo.
Maybe the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(March 9, 2023)

"Public Procurement Issued for Provision of Video Surveillance of Elections"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's possible the Germans can use their computers to affect the Bulgarian legislature.
(March 9, 2023)

"Bulgaria has the Highest Death Rate in the EU"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are reports about German labor unions in Bulgaria.
Also, there are suggestions that the Turks don't enforce their side of the border with Bulgaria.
(March 9, 2023)

"Germany pledged 1,000 anti-tank weapons..." "A German interpreter translating the speech on live TV..." "President Zelensky told German newspaper Die Zelt..." Those are excerpts from a biography of Zelensky by Urban and McLeod. (March 8, 2023)

"Two Italian Air Force training planes collided near Rome PHOTO/VIDEO" "Both pilots were killed when the military planes they were flying collided over Guidonia Montecelio, about 35 km northeast of Rome, the media reported."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans can use cyberattacks to make planes crash.
(March 8, 2023)

"BERLIN, March 7. /TASS/. The German government has taken under advisement the New York Times report that a pro-Ukrainian group is responsible for sabotaging the Nord Stream pipelines, a German cabinet spokeswoman told TASS on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
The German army is really big now.
Maybe the Germans take too much energy for their army.
(March 8, 2023)

"BRUSSELS, March 8. /TASS/. The adoption of the Georgian version of the law on foreign agents would be an unfavorable development for Georgia and its people, and will run counter to Tbilisi's EU membership aspirations, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell said in a statement."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Turks send infantrymen and radio signals into the Caucasus region.
(March 8, 2023)

"Bulgarian, Austrian Directors-General for European Affairs Hold Meeting in Sofia"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
The EU seems really aggressive about Kosovo.
(March 8, 2023)

"There is no unconstitutionality in sending military aid to Ukraine, decided the Bulgarian Constitutional Court (CC). With its decision from yesterday, March 7, the Constitutional Court rejects the request of 50 people's representatives from the 48th National Assembly to establish the unconstitutionality of the Decision to provide military and military-technical support to Ukraine and strengthen the defense capabilities of Bulgaria, adopted by the National assembly on 3.11.2022 (promulgated SG No. 89 of 2022), and Decision on providing military and military-technical support to Ukraine, adopted by the National Assembly on 9.12.2022 (promulgated SG, No. 99 of 2022)."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice that some people think it's illegal to send weaponry to Kiev.
Zelensky keeps asking for more weapons.
It's been suggested that the Ukrainian officer corps isn't able to effectively receive them.
It's so many kinds of weapons that they don't work.
Also, supposedly the weapons make other hardware not work.
(March 8, 2023)

"A vehicle with a dangerous level of radiation stopped at the Serbian-Croatian border" "As reported, at the Serbian-Croatian border crossing, in the area of the town of Sombor, a dangerous level of radiation was detected in a passenger vehicle."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans trade through the ports in Croatia.
There are strategic ports in Bosnia, Albania, and Croatia.
(March 7, 2023)

"WASHINGTON, March 7. /TASS/. Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov has difficulties in conveying Moscow's position to US Department of State officials, the Russian Embassy's Press Secretary Igor Girenko said in a statement."
This is from the Russian news.
I really like Ambassador Antonov.
I think of him as a codename.
Ambassador Pizza.
Because his name sounds like the word pizza.
(March 7, 2023)

"MINSK, March 7. /TASS/. The Ukrainian agent trained for committing an act of sabotage against the Russian A-50 plane reached Minsk via Poland, Latvia, and Russia, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Tuesday."
This is about the Ukrainian intelligence community.
Maybe they are right wingers.
Notice he traveled to Warsaw before going to Minsk.
It seems like the Ukrainians work closely with Berlin and Warsaw.
(March 7, 2023)

"CC-DB and GERB-UDF Running Head-to-Head - Survey"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans use their computers to manipulate the Bulgarian legislature.
(March 7, 2023)

[These were some of the sharp messages from the new Chinese foreign minister, Qin Gang, whose first press conference was filled with criticism of the US and defense of ties with Russia, and explanations of his idea of what the Chinese alternative to the "Western system" could be.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans send weaponry and police radios to Taipei.
There are complaints about the police in Hong Kong, Taipei, and Macau.
(March 7, 2023)

The Virginians are Prussian immigrants. It's a lot of expectations for the women to make as much money as the men. Maybe the men don't make much. Also, they spend their money on weird vacations, etc. I get weird questions about what I do for work and if I have a prestigious job title.

"North Korea warns US of 'declaration of war' if any missile shot down" "Kim Jong-un's powerful sister threatened 'quick and overwhelming action' if the US shoots down one of North Korea's missiles fired towards the Pacific" "It came a day after the US flew a nuclear-capable B-52 bomber to the Korean peninsula, in what Pyongyang blasted as 'a reckless military provocation'"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans send radio signals to Pyongyang about military matters.
Also, the North Koreans might use German-made hardware.
(March 6, 2023)

This is me talking about Hungarian immigrants I met today. 3-6-23


"China: Government defends bigger military budget" "...to meet 'complex security challenges'..."
This is from the Washington Post.
There are complaints that the PLAN take too much energy.
Maybe the Germans used the banks in Kuala Lumpur to buy energy for their navy.
(March 6, 2023)

-This is important because it might be the first I have read about infighting between the Ukrainian army and the president.
-At the same time the Russians are reporting problems within the Ukrainian officer corps.
-Maybe Zelensky wants to take command of the army.
-The whole thing is that he's asking for weapons and then the Ukrainian officer corps maybe doesn't know what to do.

Zelensky's office says Zaluzhny supports further battles in Artyomovsk It was earlier reported that the situation around Artyomovsk caused disagreement between the Ukrainian president and the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces MOSCOW, March 6. /TASS/. The commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces, Valery Zaluzhny, and the commander of the Ground Forces of the Ukrainian armed forces, Alexander Syrsky, have supported further battles in Artyomovsk, a town known in Ukraine as Bakhmut, and efforts to reinforce Ukrainian positions in the town, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's office said on Monday. The statement followed news media reports that Zelensky and Zaluzhny had differences. Zelensky held a meeting of top military officers that, among other things, had an in-depth discussion of the situation in Artyomovsk, and asked Zaluzhny and Syrsky about further plans of Ukrainian forces in the area. "They [Zaluzhny and Syrsky] spoke in favor of continuing the defense operation and further reinforcement of our positions in Bakhmut," said the statement that was published on the Ukrainian presidential website. The Bild newspaper earlier reported, citing sources, that the situation around Artyomovsk caused disagreement between Zelensky and Zaluzhny. According to the report, Zaluzhny told Zelensky a few weeks ago that Ukrainian troops needed to be pulled out of Artyomovsk. The Ukrainian president, however, had a fundamentally different view on the issue. Artyomovsk is located in the Kiev-controlled part of the DPR and is an important transportation hub for supplying Ukrainian troops in Donbass. Fierce fighting has been raging for the town. Denis Pushilin, the interim head of the Donetsk People's Republic said on February 16 that Russian forces had seized control of all key heights near Artyomovsk. Zelensky said on February 20 that Ukraine would fight for Artyomovsk "while it makes sense." Additional units continue to be sent to the town. Andrey Marochko, a retired lieutenant-colonel of the People's Militia of the Lugansk People's Republic, told TASS that Kiev had sent even underage children to take part in the hostilities. Yan Gagin, an adviser to interim head of the Donetsk People's Republic, said on Monday that Ukrainian forces in Artyomovsk were trapped just like they were in Debaltsevo in 2015.

(March 6, 2023)

"BAKU, March 6. /TASS/. Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry on Monday said some positions of its armed forces on the border with Armenia and in Nagorno-Karabakh came under fire on March 5 and 6."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Turks send infantrymen and radio signals into the Caucasus region.
(March 6, 2023)

"Bulgaria is to participate in the world's largest and most prestigious travel and tourism trade fair- ITB Berlin 2023 (Internationale Tourismus-Borse). The event will take place from March 7 to March 9. Bulgaria's caretaker Minister of Tourism Ilin Dimitrov is to meet with Dieter Janecek, Coordinator for the Maritime Industry and Tourism at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action. Minister Dimitrov is also expected to meet with representatives of the tourism business, representatives of the German Travel and Tourist Agents Association, air carriers, etc."
This is a description of the German economy.
There are reports about labor strikes in Germany.
Maybe the Germans use their computers to make their economy seem healthy.
The Germans have a large army now.
(March 6, 2023)

"Interior Ministry Opens Channels for Reports of Violations in Preparation and Conduct of April 2 Elections"
This is the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can use their computers to affect the legislature in Sophia.
(March 6, 2023)

"Ship with Military Equipment for Training NATO Forces in Bulgaria and Romania arrived from the US in Alexandroupolis" "An American ship with military equipment intended for NATO forces stationed in Bulgaria and Romania has arrived at the port of Alexandroupolis, Greece, reported ANA-MPA, quoted by BTA. The cargo is intended for military training in the Black Sea in Southeast Europe."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are complaints that the Germans take too much energy for their army.
Maybe the Germans are too active within NATO politics.
(March 6, 2023)

"Pakistani police on Sunday served arrest warrants to former prime minister Imran Khan to ensure his appearance in court on charges of misusing his office to sell state gifts, authorities said, after Khan's supporters tried to prevent police entry into his home." This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Islamabad PD used German-made police radios.
It seems like the German navy uses the ports in Sri Lanka.
Also, there are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 5, 2023)

They won't stop flying in the airplane.

This is me talking about the local economy. 3-5-23