Manchester Labor About Me

http://www.districtofcolumbia.tech/

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

Manchester and Dublin

"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


"A young British soldier (Jack O'Connell) must find his way back to safety after his unit accidentally abandons him during a riot in the streets of Belfast. Release date: October 10, 2014 (UK) Director: Yann Demange Screenplay: Gregory Burke"

"Philippines says Chinese navy ship spotted near disputed Spratly islands" "Coastguard said 42 vessels believed to be crewed by Chinese maritime militia were seen, while a navy vessel was observed 'slowly loitering' near Thitu island" "Thitu in the Spratly Islands is a strategically important outpost in the South China Sea, where several countries have conflicting territorial claims"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans assist the PLAN to build ships.
Also, there are complaints sometimes about energy scarcity in Manila.
Maybe the PLAN uses too much energy.
(March 4, 2023)

#DC Germans and Poles fire weapons into Russia from #Kiev
"Kremlin accuses Kiev of violent attack in western Russia"
(March 4, 2023)

"Strikes: Who is most affected by Friday's public transport strikes across Germany?"
This is from the German news.
There are reports about labor strikes in Germany.
Why then do they need to increase defense spending?
(March 4, 2023)

[Swedish telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson agreed to pay over $206 million to the U.S. in a bribery investigation on Thursday. The Stockholm-based multinational networking and telecommunications firm breached a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) that it had entered with the Office in 2019 "by violating the agreement's cooperation and disclosure provisions," it said in a statement on Thursday.]
This is from the Turkish news.
Notice it's about the Swedish economy.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe the German navy has right wingers.
The Germans have ports in Lubeck.
(March 4, 2023)

This is from the internet. It talks about how he is originally from Saint Petersburg.
"YEVGENIY VIKTOROVICH PRIGOZHIN Born June 01, 1961 in Leningrad. Mother is a nurse, father is a mining engineer."
https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/23693738/yevgeny-prigozhin-resume.pdf
(March 3, 2023)

Conceptually what does an officer corps do?
Can the Ukrainians do that?

First, what is the state of the Ukrainian officer corps?
There are reports from the Russian army that the Ukrainians no longer have a professional seeming officer corps.
Is that true?
Also, for example, if they receive weapons do they know how to operate them?
Other stuff an officer corps does, do the Ukrainians know how to do that?
(March 3, 2023)

This is me talking about Yevgeny Prigozhin. 3-3-23


There is kind of an unbelievable Twitter conversation now.
I guess it's the head of the Wagner group.
He is talking about the Ukrainian officer corps.
He's saying that if they used to be a well-seasoned group, they are no longer a professional unit.
He's talking about a specific region of Ukraine.
The soldiers in the video, don't seem to be hardened professionals.
I guess, can Zelensky talk about the state of the Ukrainian officer corps?
Bakhmut, Ukraine maybe.

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— War Monitor (@WarMonitors) March 3, 2023

"Dangerous laboratory very close to Serbia; It will soon reach a P-4 biosecurity level" "In Italy, near Trieste, on the border with Slovenia, there is a Science Park, where International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnologies is located."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's about biolabs.
Maybe the Germans maintain these kinds of laboratories in foreign countries.
(March 3, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 2. /TASS/. Russia has to state that the grain deal isn't working as the West sabotages the execution of the Russian part of the agreements, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about the Ukrainian grain deal.
Maybe it's not true that Ukraine should export grain.
Also, maybe the surrounding area doesn't need Ukrainian grain.
It's strange that Ukraine asks for so many weapons, and then there is an expectation for them to maintain export quantities.
They should stop asking for weapons and stop exporting grain.
(March 3, 2023)

"SEOUL, March 3. /TASS/. The Republic of Korea will continue to maintain dialogue with Russia for the sake of stability in bilateral relations, South Korea's Foreign Ministry told TASS on Friday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans send weaponry and police radios to East Asia.
Beijing, Pyongyang, and Seoul might all use German-made items.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 3, 2023)

"Central Election Commission to Open 11,818 Polling Stations, 9,366 Offer Machine Voting"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's possible the Germans can use their computers to affect the Bulgarian legislature.
Sometimes there are strange stories about the BSP.
Also, maybe there are reports about ballot boxes.
(March 3, 2023)

[Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of the Wagner mercenary military company, said today in a video that the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut is practically surrounded by Russian forces, Reuters reported. Prigozhin, dressed in a military uniform in the clip, called on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to withdraw his forces from the city, which "Wagner" has been trying to capture for months. He added that the Ukrainian troops were left with an evacuation route.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's just an interesting story about the Wagner group.
(March 3, 2023)

"Jens Stoltenberg (born 16 March 1959) is a Norwegian politician who has been serving as the 13th secretary general of NATO since 2014." "Branch/service: Norwegian Army"
It seems like he's too old for that post.
Also, I might not want American or British soldiers to serve under Norwegian commanders.

This is me talking about Jens Stoltenberg. 3-2-23


"Strong support to Serbia: We haven't recognized Kosovo, our position remains the same" "After talks in Brussels about the European proposal, the Ministry of the Interior of Romania said that this country welcomes the willingness to compromise."
The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo.
Maybe the Kosovars allow the Germans to use their airbases.
(March 2, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 1. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar underscored at their meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday that their mutual aspiration was to step up coordination on the international stage and in multilateral forms, particularly at the United Nations, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans use the ports in Sri Lanka a lot.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(March 2, 2023)

[BERLIN, March 2. /TASS/. Germany's Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock reiterated that the issue of supplying Kiev with fighter planes is currently not on Berlin's agenda. "We are not holding debates with regards to this," the Welt newspaper quoted her as saying. In February, Ukrainian top diplomat Dmitry Kuleba said that Kiev had not received any commitments from any country on delivering fighter jets. Earlier, the German government noted that it was not considering supplying Kiev with warplanes.]
This is from the Russian news.
Notice the mention of German warplanes.
Maybe Berlin has been assisting the Ukrainian air force a lot.
(March 2, 2023)

["There is evidence that certain people in high public positions have been opening a protective umbrella over the falsification of data regarding greenhouse gas emissions, or have at least failed to probe shady deals," Todor Galev from the Centre for the Study of Democracy said in an interview with Lora Tarkoleva from the BNR's Horizont channel.]
The Bulgarian news is reporting on energy.
There are complaints that the Germans take too much energy for their army.
(March 2, 2023)

"Caretaker Minister of the Interior Ivan Demerdzhiev will visit the Capitan Andreevo checkpoint on Thursday at 11:00, the Interior Ministry said."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are complaints that the Turks don't enforce their side of the border.
Maybe the border has German-made fence items.
Also, maybe German labor unions work at the border.
(March 2, 2023)

"Chinese Military Aircraft in Taiwan's Air Defense Zone" "A mass entry of Chinese military aircraft into Taiwan's air defense zone for the second day in a row, reported the Ministry of National Defense in the capital, Taipei, quoted by Reuters and BTA. 21 aircraft were spotted, the Chinese military sent 25 aircraft and three ships yesterday. China, which claims Taiwan as its territory, continues its campaign of pressure on the self-ruled island, Reuters notes. For the past three years or so, Taipei has complained about increased military activity by Beijing in the area. Today, Taiwan's Ministry of Defense announced that 17 Chinese J-10 and four J-16 fighter jets had entered the southwestern edge of the island's air defense identification zone."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe these are German-made warplanes.
Also, maybe the Germans assist to train some of the PLAAF pilots.
Notice there are J-10s and J-16s.
That sounds like F-16s.
(March 2, 2023)

[Vucic: I don't expect Kurti to form CSM; "As president, I will not sign recognition" President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, addresses the public on the occasion of the continuation of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina in Brussels.]
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe there are airbases in Kosovo and the Kosovars allow the Germans to use them.
It seems like the EU is putting a lot of pressure on Belgrade.
(March 1, 2023)

"MOSCOW, March 1. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova expressed hope on Wednesday that peace initiatives formulated jointly with Russia would be used in resolving the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan."
The Russian news is reporting on the Caucasus region.
It seems like the Turks send infantrymen and radio signals into the Caucasus region.
Maybe they trade through those ports.
(March 1, 2023)

"Energy Minister: Bulgaria will not provide Ukraine with equipment for Belene NPP"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are taking too much energy for their army.
(March 1, 2023)

"Prosecutor General Geshev to Visit Azerbaijan"
The Bulgarian news is reporting on Baku.
Maybe the Turks do secretive missions in the Caucasus region.
(March 1, 2023)

"The European Prosecutor's Office is conduction 143 Fraud Investigations in Bulgaria for 492.6 euro million" "In Bulgaria, 143 investigations are being conducted on suspicion of fraud with the EU budget for a total of 492.6 million euros. This is stated in the report of the European Public Prosecutor's Office for 2022 announced today. Last year, 101 of these inspections were launched, involving costs of 176.3 million. The VAT fraud audits are for 2.6 million in damages."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on fraud investigations.
Maybe this means there are German labor unions in Sophia.
Also, maybe they use German-made hardware.
The Virginians are sometimes guilty of fraud.
They are German immigrants and they work for defense contractor firms.
(March 1, 2023)

"'Respect our sovereignty', Malaysia tells European courts handling Sulu claim by Philippine heirs"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe it evidences the German navy.
It seems like the Germans use financing from the banks in Kuala Lumpur to buy energy for their navy.
Sometimes there are reports about energy politics in Manila.
(February 28, 2023)

The Virginians have surveillance teams. They are overweight now, and so there are jokes that they cannot run covert operations. But, they also don't want to work from home. Maybe they take pills. It seems like they don't really work during their shifts, but they work long hours and they submit invoices.

The EU wants to recognize Kosovo.
Does the EU drive panzers in the forest?
Does the EU test stukas in North Africa?

This is me talking about Kosovo. 2-28-23


["I am making a thorough analysis of what happened. We fought as much as possible in difficult conditions and fought for the future of Serbia in peace, for the continuation of investments in our country. And we keep our oath and the Constitution of Serbia pertaining to Kosovo and Metohija as part of Serbia," the President said. As he stated, "after a difficult, still, I believe successful fight, in Brussels, tonight I am going to respond to all political and media manipulators who would trample on their own country for a piece of power in return. Serbia has no price, that is something they have never understood. We will defeat them. Serbia will win".]
This is from the Serbian news.
It seems like the EU is putting a lot of pressure on Belgrade.
It might be because the German army wants to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
The Kosovars might allow the Germans to use their airbases.
(February 28, 2023)

"Shavkat Mirziyoyev congratulates Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his birthday" "During the conversation, the heads of the states considered in detail the prospects for further expansion of Uzbek-Turkish cooperation and exchanged views on current issues of the regional and international agenda."
This is from the Tashkent news.
It's difficult right now for DC-Tashkent relations.
The ambassador here from Tashkent isn't well liked.
He has spent like two years traveling around America.
His name is Javlon Vakhabov.
It's not clear about his routine.
I think he doesn't do a good job.
(February 28, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 28. /TASS/. Threats by the European Union (EU) to punish third countries for failing to comply with its anti-Russian sanctions will only increase the rejection of Western policies by the rest of the world, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova stated on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the EU grows along with the German army, economy, and energy needs.
There are concerns that Berlin takes too much energy for its military.
The Germans have a large military now.
(February 28, 2023)

"Serbia, Kosovo support EU-drafted agreement - Borrell" "According to the head of the foreign policy service of the European Union, additional negotiations will still be required to agree on all the details of its implementation" "BRUSSELS, February 27. /TASS/. Serbia and the self-proclaimed republic of Kosovo have supported the EU-proposed agreement on the normalization of relations but more talks will be needed to agree the details of its implementation, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Monday after a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti." This is from the Russian news.
Kosovo is a unique area.
Maybe they are vulnerable to right wingerism.
The Germans seem to want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
Maybe the Kosovars allow the Germans to use their airbases.
There are reports about the Wagner group in Kosovo.
Those are secretive right winger defense contractors.
(February 28, 2023)

British English:
Russia says.
Putin is doing.

This has to mean the Russian officer corps, but it's American English:
The Russians are saying. [Meaning, the Russian officer corps has reported.]
The tsar of the Russias.

"Energy Minister Invites Ukraine to Explore Gas Market in Southeast and Central Europe" "Caretaker Energy Minister Rosen Hristov invited Ukraine to join an initiative for exploring the gas market in countries from Southeast and Central Europe, said the Energy Ministry on Tuesday. The aim is for each country to provide information on the amount of gas it needs and the capabilities of its transmission infrastructure. Hristov held a bilateral meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart German Galushchenko in Stockholm, Sweden, where an informal meeting of the EU's Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council is taking place."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice it's talking about the Ukrainian energy minister.
It seems to be just a strange story about the Ukrainian government.
There are still all of these Ukrainian refugees.
The Russians suggest that Kiev doesn't want to do like normal civil government actions.
That it's a city filled with energy and military contractors.
(February 28, 2023)

"However, the diverse and dispersed nature of our election infrastructure provides inherent resilience and presents real challenges to a coordinated, significant incident having an impact on election results."
This is from Andy Ozment's website.
Notice he is talking about diversity in infrastructure.
It seems like it's unethical now to send weapons to Ukraine.
Maybe they have so much different items they don't work.
Also, does the Ukrainian officer corps know how to operate the hardware?
There are reports that the Ukrainian officer corps isn't very professional.
(February 28, 2023)

"Bulgaria's President: We will Rely on the US for the Modernization of our Armed Forces" "Bulgaria is an extremely important strategic partner of the US and a valuable member of NATO and the EU, emphasized Ambassador Herro Mustafa emphasized in her speech"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe some of this is German-made hardware.
There are reports about German-made web applications.
For example, what if the navy uses German-made web applications on the ships.
Also, what if there are German-made fence items.
(February 28, 2023)

This is funny, maybe risk is higher where there are more German made web applications #DC

This one you wonder about software and hardware. I think a computer and a space weapon are hardware and web applications and vulnerability alerts are software #DC
That's Charles relative, Ursula. They're both Prussians #DC #London
Andy seems holistically unaware of German military technology. Panzer means tank, luftwaffe means air force, truppenfurung is the German infantry book #DC
I don't agree with Andy on what is a vulnerability #DC He might not understand cyberattacks and space weapons
This is talking about how cyberattacks can damage hardware. Maybe a space weapon can cause an earthquake #DC
#DC This might be describing that the alert is a German cyberattack

This is me talking about German-made web applications. 2-27-23


This is funny, maybe risk is higher where there are more German made web applications #DC pic.twitter.com/j19aUUKNB7

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 27, 2023

"Recent news reports have mentioned cyber incidents in several states this year related to election infrastructure, specifically voter registration databases. Our NCCIC has shared actionable information about these incidents through direct outreach to state and local governments and through the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), to enhance situational awareness and provide election officials with the information needed to protect themselves from similar incidents. Importantly, none of the reported incidents contain indications of malicious activity that would impact the ability of voters to cast their ballots."
This is from Andy Ozment's website.
Notice the mention of cyber incidents and elections.
Maybe the Germans can cyberattack and affect foreign legislatures.
We've seen this also with the Bulgarian parliament.
They sometimes have trouble forming a majority.
Also, there are strange stories about the BSP.
Maybe it's the Germans using their computers to send out fake news stories.
(February 27, 2023)

I think Ksenia Sobchak and Alexei Navalni are cool about computers because they develop these messages and then they type them, and then like the navy can they get the messages to other parts of Russia. Andy seems to be like Edward Snowden and like run to the front door of his house from his car. Jokes about Andy and Edward Snowden. How they are overweight and socially awkward and they live with a weird girlfriend and stuff.

Andy Ozment is a computer engineer here in Washington, DC. I know him in the sense we have spoken on the phone about alumni stuff. I was a Georgia Tech fellow.
He is an extreme example about education and then what does he do now.
I went to school in Saint Petersburg.
There were Russian bloggers like Ksenia Sobchak and Alexei Navalni. Kind of, that's what I think is cool about computers.
I have been to Russian computer labs. I have seen Russian college kids at their computers in Saint Petersburg. I can read the Russian language and I try to make my website like what they are writing.

An example is that when they write about the hockey league, somehow they will have a very personalized description of what they're talking about. He likes this player for this reason. It's a different way of talking than maybe talking about baseball stats or something.

About Andy. I kind of cannot believe he still lives in DC. I have a lot of friends who move out to San Francisco. Sometimes they can move up to Boston. It's a little enigmatic to me about Andy and why he wants to live here. Sometimes at Georgia Tech they want to go work for the public sector. That is rare. Now Andy works for a bank. But he works in cybersecurity for a bank.
(February 27, 2023)

[The letter was jointly signed by the President of the Republic of France, Emmanuel Macron, the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Olaf Scholz, and the President of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Italy, Giorgia Meloni. They sent a letter to President Aleksandar Vucic ahead of the meeting in Brussels on February 27. The public will be informed about the content of the letter in more detail tomorrow, RTS learns. A new round of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina will be held on Monday, February 27, in Brussels.]
This is just a fun story about President Vucic.
(February 27, 2023)

"Ukrainian troops use toxic agents in Donbass, says Wagner founder" "It is noted that the chemistry is actively used by Ukrainian army units" "MOSCOW, February 27. /TASS/. The Ukrainian military is using various toxic agents against Russian troops in Donbass, Yevgeny Prigozhin, founder of the Wagner private military company, said on Monday."
The Russian news is reporting on chemical munitions.
Maybe the Germans build chemical munitions and send them to Kiev.
(February 27, 2023)

"Only 30% of German army's Leopard tanks ready for combat, expert says" "According to head of the Armed Forces Association Andre Wustner, the German army has not ordered a single self-propelled howitzer out of those that were sent to Ukraine last year" "BERLIN, February 27. /TASS/. Only 30% of the Leopard tanks that are in service with the German Armed Forces are ready for combat, head of the Armed Forces Association Andre Wustner said in an interview with the Bild am Sonntag newspaper."
The Russian news is reporting on the German army.
Maybe the Germans are right wingers.
It's possible Warsaw and Berlin coordinate a lot with their armies.
The German army seems really big now.
(February 27, 2023)

[Ten migrants have been detained by police near Ihtiman (Southeastern Bulgaria), the Interior Ministry told BTA on Monday morning. According to initial information, the migrants, who were being transported by car, are Afghan citizens. The driver of the vehicle has been arrested. He does not hold a driving licence. As BTA reported earlier, a van carrying 46 illegal migrants crashed on the Trakia Motorway on February 26, killing one person.]
The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kabul.
There are suggestions that the Turks don't maintain their side of the border with Bulgaria.
Maybe the border has German-made fence items.
(February 27, 2023)

["US Agency: Covid was probably Created in a Chinese Lab" Experts from the US Department of Energy concluded that COVID-19 most likely spread due to a leak from a laboratory in China, reported the Wall Street Journal. The Ministry is responsible for the operation of the national network of laboratories, some of which are engaged in research in the field of biology. "The Department of Energy now agrees with the FBI that the virus likely began to spread because of an incident at a laboratory in China," the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. It said the conclusion was reached after reviewing new intelligence. The FBI came to a similar conclusion using its own sources in 2021, the newspaper recalled.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Notice the mention of Chinese laboratories.
Maybe the Germans assist Beijing with that kind of research.
(February 27, 2023)

Alright.
There are mentions sometimes about the Sino-Indian War. When was that? If someone asked you when that was?
It was in the 1960s. And it was a big deal. Kind of the Indians and the Chinese are rivals.
They share a border. And they both have large armies.
And so that has been in the newspaper, it's kind of unbelievable if there are skirmishes between Beijing and New Delhi. It was an actual war in the 1960s though. It's called the Sino-Indian War.

"Germany wants to ease visa application process for Indian IT experts" "During a visit to Bangalore, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said improving the legal framework to attract software developers is a priority for his government" "Scholz was speaking on the second day of his trip to India, after meeting on Saturday with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the war in Ukraine"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the Germans send New Delhi police radios.
There are reports about the Indian army near the border with China.
Also, maybe the Germans use the ports in Sri Lanka.
It's possible the Germans are mentioning Ukraine because they send New Delhi military items.
(February 26, 2023)

"A U.S.-armed Poland aims to be Europe's top military" "NATO ally looks to spend billions on weaponry to keep Russia at bay"
"Azerbaijan. U.N. court: Armenia must get free passage"
"Mourning Ovechkin returns to the ice"
"Tunisian president's racist and xenophobic rhetoric sparts fear" "Baseless claims about sub-Saharan Africa leave Black residents worried"


#DC The newspaper is reporting on #Warsaw. It seems like the Polish army is really big now, maybe they are right wingers
#DC The newspaper is reporting on the Caucasus region, many the Turks do secretive military stuff in the Caucasus region
#DC The newspaper is reporting on right wingers in Tunis, the Germans used to test weapons in the Libyan desert
(February 26, 2023)

I am writing about Alex Ovechkin. I think for a while people have wondered, maybe they are Czech immigrants in Moscow. He might be from Moscow, but maybe he is ethnically Czech. Sometimes people even mention his Russian language skills because he has been here in DC and Virginia for so long.
About his dad. I think he is behaving as a German in the wake of his father's death.
The English. When my grandfather died, my dad thought to himself, how can the world continue? And he would notice busy city streets going on as before. As though nothing had happened.
When my friend died, it was as though I was the only one who knew what had happened. I kind of refused to go on as before. Because somehow I didn't understand how the world could continue in the wake of this tragedy.
Alex flew to Moscow, missed a few hockey games, and now he's playing again. But the newspaper is reporting he's mourning while he is playing.
I think he should take the rest of the season off, because he has said he is mourning. I don't want the team or the league to pay him his normal salary, if he is mourning. There are already complaints about his dental work and his fitness. (February 26, 2023)

These are descriptions of German radio technology.
Notice here this photo of Alex Ovechkin. It seems like he needs dental work. He makes $10m annually. I think it's strange about his health, maybe he intentionally doesn't do things and so he isn't as healthy as he could be.

These are descriptions of German radio technology.
Notice here this photo of Alex Ovechkin. It seems like he needs dental work. He makes $10m annually. I think it's strange about his health, maybe he intentionally doesn't do things and so he isn't as healthy as he could be.

This is me talking about BASF. 2-25-23


#DC The German navy buys energy using the banks in Kuala Lumpur and they rely on Singapore to serve as a tech hub

"German chemical giant BASF said Friday it would cut thousands of jobs worldwide and close several units at its historic home in Ludwigshafen as it contended with sharply increased energy prices."
This is from the German news.
Maybe the Germans use BASF to build chemical munitions.
There are reports about labor strikes.
Maybe the Germans strike because of weapons manufacturing.
(February 25, 2023)

[Turkish defense company BMC Power is showcasing its two domestically produced military land vehicle engines, named Tuna and Azra, for the first time at an international fair in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The engines - developed by the company that works to reduce Turkiye's foreign dependency on power and transmission systems - are being showcased at the IDEX International Defense Exhibition and Conference and NAVDEX Maritime Defense and Maritime Security Event, which took place concurrently in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Mustafa Kaval, the general manager of BMC Power, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that this was the company's first participation in an international fair. Kaval added that the serial production of the 400 hp Tuna engine had already started, with the first 20 engines being delivered. The company plans to produce a total of 90 engines, with all deliveries expected to be completed by the end of May. The 400 hp engines are going to be used in BMC production Vuran vehicles, and the company is currently working on incorporating them into Kirpi vehicles, which they hope to complete by the end of the year.]
The Turkish news is reporting on the army.
Notice these descriptions of all of the military hardware the Turks build.
Sometimes they talk about how they build drones.
I tell the British that these Turkish-made drones are really controversial.
Remember sometimes they accuse the Turks of cellular phone spyware stuff.
(February 25, 2023)

"New Delhi (AFP) - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz arrived in India on Saturday seeking to deepen business ties between the world's number four and five economies and push for progress on an EU trade deal despite differences over Ukraine."
This is from France24.
Notice the mention of the German economy.
The Germans have a large military now.
Maybe they send police radios and weaponry to New Delhi.
It seems like the German navy uses the ports in Sri Lanka.
(February 25, 2023)

"Malaysia budget 2023: Anwar aims taxes at 'rich elites' amid cost of living crisis" "The government will spend US$87 billion to help people struggling with soaring inflation, including on handouts for the poorest and income tax cuts for middle earners" "The wealthy face higher taxes on luxury goods and capital gains, while e-cigarettes will also be taxed to fund health services" This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the German navy uses the banks in Kuala Lumpur to finance the energy for their navy.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
Also, it's possible Singapore serves as a German navy tech hub.
It seems like fake news stories come from Singapore.
Maybe the Germans use their computers to send out fake news stories.
(February 24, 2023)

The Virginians have surveillance teams. They're Prussian immigrants. I have heard they have gained so much weight from stomach infections. It's strange now because it's as though they're not capable of covert operations. And they refuse to document their timesheets. They are in the building, but they don't document what they do.

"Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that the only way for Moscow to ensure a lasting peace with Ukraine was to push back the borders of hostile states as far as possible, even if that meant the frontiers of NATO member Poland."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe there are right wingers within the Polish army.
Warsaw and Berlin might coordinate a lot in their armies.
There are ports in both northern Germany and the Gulf of Danzig.
I wonder about weaponry traded from those ports.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
(February 24, 2023)

"UNITED NATIONS, February 23. /TASS/. Relations between Russia and the European Union continue their fall into an abyss, and they are basically gone, Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya said on Thursday at a meeting of the UN Security Council on cooperation with the European Union."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about the EU.
Maybe it's because the Germans affect the EU so much.
The EU is so tied to the German economy.
(February 24, 2023)

"NEW YORK, February 24. /TASS/. Deliveries of F-16 fighter jets to Kiev are a long-term issue, US President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky have discussed the topic, US national security adviser Jake Sullivan told CNN in an interview."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans assist a lot with the Ukrainian air force.
It's not well understood about the modern German air force and what all they do.
Luftwaffe is the German word for air force.
(February 24, 2023)

"During an operation by the General Directorate Combating Organised Crime, two people were detained as complicit in the international trafficking of half a kilogram of cocaine, BNT reported. The special police operation took place late last night on the territory of Kyustendil."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to both Ankara and Sophia.
(February 24, 2023)

The EU and the Eurozone and the EC.
Maybe they expand when the German economy expands.
If one then the other.
Both.
If and only if and the other and both.
There are complaints the German army is very large now.
Right wingerism has been reported.
When the EU and the Eurozone expand then there is energy scarcity and right wingerism.

[During the opening of the conference "Bulgaria on the road to the euro", the President pointed out that the adoption of the euro will bring significant economic benefits to the country, and the big challenge is to prepare the citizens for this. President Rumen Radev announced that Bulgaria's membership in both the Eurozone and Schengen is a strategically important goal. "This requires responsible work of the institutions," he added. He announced that the process of entering the Eurozone should not lead to a lowering of the standard of living of Bulgarians.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the EU and the German economy expand at the same time.
I wonder about right wingers and the EU.
The German army seems very large now.
Maybe the Germans use too much energy for their army.
(February 24, 2023)

He would insist his coworkers teach the class if he was the only student.
He would not do the cleaning tasks and so his coworkers did.

He worked at the yoga studio, and show up during his shift. But he didn't do all of the tasks he was supposed to. But then he would definitely take the classes.

I'm writing about the locals.
The Virginians are Prussian immigrants. Maryland is north of DC. This is about the Marylanders.
Two different men I know.
The first is my coworker from the yoga studio in DuPont Circle. We would get to take the classes for free. I kind of didn't take many classes, because I worked there full time and I was in the studio enough. I cleaned a lot. It was my job to clean the studio and check in the yogis. My coworker didn't do much of the cleaning, but then he would take the classes. Years later, it seems Prussian in its disbelief. Also, if he was the only student he would still insist that the teacher teach the class anyway. I'm a teacher also, I'm always happy when nobody shows up and I can go home early.
The other man, I also know from the yoga studio but he is a student. He is married to a woman from Switzerland. He is about to take two weeks off to go skiing in Switzerland.
I guess both of these guys, they aren't great in the workplace because their priorities aren't like the goals of the company. The first one didn't want to clean the studio but he would show up to take the classes. The second one, he spends his vacation time on strange exotic trips. When he gets back I cannot believe he's rested and doing a good job.

#DC The EU expands and then the German economy expands and then the German army takes too much energy pic.twitter.com/hHmMrhl2O8

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 23, 2023

Notice this here, 1917. Maybe in 1916 the year before, it sat within the Russian territories. Russia is such a large land. The tsar was the tsar of the Russias. You can accurately call Kiev part of the Russias.
Ivan was the tsar of the Russias.
Ukraine and Kiev are part of the Russias.

Are the Germans sending air force items to the PLAAF?
Is Berlin assisting the PLAAF to train pilots?
Four kids came out of Coleen.
Three kids came out of Kate.
Three kids came out of Vogue.
Three kids came out of Pippa.

People's Liberation Army
People's Liberation Army Navy
People's Liberation Army Air Force

Are the Germans sending the PLAAF items?
You can send a short message like that.
Is Berlin sending fence items or radios to the PLAN?

"It's over: China has chosen sides?" "The head of NATO said today in Warsaw that the military alliance sees 'certain signs' that China may be planning to support Russia in its war in Ukraine."
This is the Serbian news.
It's about the Chinese army.
Maybe the German navy sends the PLA weaponry.
(February 23, 2023)

"Uzbek-Hindi military training started in India"
This is from the Tashkent news.
There are actually a lot of unsettling reports right now about Uzbekistan.
Maybe there are right wingers or something in their parliament.
The ambassador here in DC has three kids.
I think he doesn't go a good job.
His name is Javlon.
(February 23, 2023)

Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Dushanbe Tajikistan
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Kabul, Afghanistan
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

This one, Uzbekistan has a daily news report. A lot of it anymore seems not good. There are strange reports generally now about Tashkent. Maybe the Germans go there a lot or something.

Today there are two reports about the EU.
Both the Russians and the Bulgarians have reported on it.
It means that the Germans are using the EU to expand their economy.

"BRUSSELS, February 22. /TASS/. The EU ambassadors failed to agree on the tenth package of sanctions against Russia on Wednesday, negotiations will continue on Thursday afternoon, Reuters reported on Wednesday."
This is another report about the EU.
Maybe the Germans are being aggressive about the EU because it assists their military.
There are complaints that the Germans take too much energy for their army.
(February 23, 2023)

It's possible this is an illegal act of the Ukrainian government, sending away so many refugees.

Maybe, the Russian government and some of these other governments are starting to believe it's illegal about the refugees.

The Ukrainian refugee debate.
Where is it?
This is saying that this many have gone total.
It means that.
Probably it's corrupt to send so many people from Ukraine.
The Ukrainian government sometimes is accused of being illegitimate.
Maybe if Zelensky didn't ask for so many weapons there wouldn't be so many refugees.
It's strange that Zelensky doesn't mention the refugees.
The Russians seem to be formally protesting this, as an example of illegal stuff the Ukrainian government is doing.
That's why I say it's the Russian news.
"GENEVA, February 22. /TASS/. A total of 8,087,952 Ukrainian refugees have arrived in European countries since Russia launched its special military operation, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on Wednesday."
This is from the Russian news.

"The Central Election Commission (CEC) Public Council issued an opinion on Wednesday which insists that CEC should reconsider its decision taken Monday for after paper ballots and machine-voting ballots are counted, the records for both types of ballots to be entered into the tally sheets together rather than separately."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on elections.
It seems like the Germans use their computers to affect the Bulgarian parliament.
For a while they couldn't reach a majority.
Also, the BSP has strange stories sometimes.
(February 23, 2023)

"Dombrovskis: The EC supports Bulgaria's Entry into the Eurozone, but the Failure to Meet the Inflation Criterion is too great"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It seems strange that the EU is recruiting people to the currency group.
Maybe the Germans use the EU to expand their economy.
There are also reports about the Chinese lending money.
It seems like after the pandemic, can everyone go back to a localized economy.
Maybe the Germans use their computers to convince people the EU needs to expand, and that benefits the German army.
(February 23, 2023)

"China lends Pakistan a further US$700 million to shore up forex reserves" "The loan comes as the country is thrashing out a deal with the IMF to unlock funds from a US$6.5 billion bailout" "A finance ministry official said the loan was in addition to other facilities China has already extended to Pakistan"
This is from the Chinese news.
It seems like fake news.
Because how at this point could Beijing lend money?
After all of the pandemic everything.
Maybe the Germans use their computers to send around stories like this.
Also, how can the Germans lend people money?
(February 22, 2023)

I don't know about you, but I'm waiting for more information about all things Wagner group in Kosovo.

[KFOR announced Albin Kurti spoke about presence of the Russian groups "Wagner" and "Night Wolves" in the north of Kosovo, as 2 criminal groups that want to destabilize Kosovo.]

I have seen like every police, mafia, street gang television show. For example, remember when Vinnie Jones went to Laredo and Baltimore? I've been to both Laredo and Baltimore. Many times.

About the Wagner group.
You are right that Wagner is definitely a German word.
But, there do exist in Russia, like Nazi youth groups.
One thing about the Wagner group in Kosovo, it's not impossible they are Russian people, who are that out there in their politics.
It does seem like a mystery about the Wagner group, especially what they do in Kosovo and the Balkans.
You are smart to read this story and wonder, hoping for more details about Kosovo and/or the Wagner group.
(February 22, 2023)

It seems like Evgeni Malkin is guilty of some labor union infraction. Because he is brandishing his contract. Also, he just had knee surgery. I think the league doesn't hold some of these foreign players to standardized fitness standards. What if an American or a Canadian was in better shape? (February 22, 2023)

This is me talking about Evgeni Malkin. 2-22-23


These are Greek Christians. They are Greek speaking peoples in lands far away in the east. It is a meditation to read about Russia and think about what is happening there. It is some kind of monastic effort to calmly read the news about think about lands far away.

Fa#g@t, I like work in the morning at my jobs. I don't have all day to read every sentence of this stuff. I actually like reading about this all day. And then it's like, what is this stuff. Like it's Kate's kids or Meghan's kids.

This is another one that is really important. Like the Minsk agreement. These are like small issues, maybe I don't ever get to read about or something.
FOR THE PURPOSES OF TODAY: The point here is that it evidences right wingers in the Balkans and it suggests that the Germans trade though ports in Albania, Croatia, and Bosnia. Kosovo might allow right wingers to use airbases or something there. Kosovo seems to allow for strange trade through the Balkans. But, I wish I had like all day to read this report because the Wagner group is a hot topic right now and people should write books on it and stuff. It is likely a German defense contractor group but it's in different countries and it's mysterious.

["Wagner" present in the north of Kosovo and Metohija? KFOR announced Albin Kurti spoke about presence of the Russian groups "Wagner" and "Night Wolves" in the north of Kosovo, as 2 criminal groups that want to destabilize Kosovo. Kurti's claim was not confirmed by KFOR. The NATO mission, whose primary goal is to maintain stability, says that there is no evidence of the presence of these two groups in the north of Kosovo, reports Reporters. Commander of KFOR, Angelo Michele Ristuccia, said that KFOR is aware of the situation in Kosovo, including that in the north of the country. He added that in addition to KFOR, 27 NATO allies are working to ensure peace and stability in Kosovo. "First of all, let me say that it is our professional and moral duty to fully understand the situation. Let's give each phenomenon the appropriate dimension. Allow me to assure the entire population of Kosovo that we are fully informed about everything that is happening on the ground," Ristuccia said in an interview for Klan Kosova. He stated that KFOR has "a clear picture of what is happening". Kurti previously said that there are 48 operational bases around Kosovo, some of which are soldiers of "Wagner's" group, and others of "Night Wolves". When asked if the presence of "notorious Russian groups" was registered, based on Prime Minister Kurti's statements, KFOR commander said that there is currently no evidence of this. "At the moment, we have no evidence of what you mean. We have no information about it. But we are closely following the development of the situation," replied Ristuccia. However, he did not deny "the existence of Serbian criminal groups", which he said that "the Kosovo police are doing a good job of disbanding them".] This is from the Serbian news.
(February 22, 2023)
https://www.b92.net/eng/news/world.php?yyyy=2023&mm=02&dd=22&nav_id=115449

"China to construct solar photovoltaic stations in Uzbekistan worth $2 bln"
This is from the Tashkent news.
It's about the Chinese economy.
Maybe the Germans and Chinese work together on projects like this.
(February 22, 2023)

Windsor, Kate, Harry, Meghan.
The Scottish names and wives and everyone's kids.

"MOSCOW, February 22. /TASS/. Unlike his Normandy Quartet partners (Germany, Ukraine and France), Russian President Vladimir Putin was doing everything he could to put the Minsk package of agreements on Ukrainian reconciliation into practice, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told TASS in an interview."
This is from the Russian news.
It's just an interesting story about Minsk.
(February 22, 2023)

"BUDAPEST, February 22. /TASS/. The Hungarian parliament on March 1 will start deliberating the agreements on the accession of Sweden and Finland to NATO, and will probably ratify them later that week, the HVG news outlet said on its website on Tuesday."
This is the Russian news.
It's about the Baltic Sea.
It might mean that right wingers trade through the ports in northern Germany and Poland.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe the German navy has a lot of right wingers.
(February 22, 2023)

Remember when Liz Truss advocated for sending weapons to Ukraine, and now more than a million Ukrainian refugees are in Bulgaria.

"UNHCR Bulgaria Representative Kuzucu: Some 1.1 Mln Ukrainian Refugees Have Entered Bulgaria Since Onset of War"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
That seems like a lot of refugees.
Maybe it's corrupt about the Ukrainian refugees in terms of transporting them away from Ukraine.
(February 22, 2023)

Maybe the Ukrainians don't know how to operate the weapons they receive.
It's possible women are operating heavy weapons in Ukraine.

"Bulgaria's President: It is Unacceptable to See the Army not as Guarantor of Security but as a Donor to Ukraine" "Radev called on the politicians who criticize that Bulgaria did not take advantage of the opportunity to provide its old weapons to Ukraine in exchange for new ones according to NATO standards, to answer specifically what such a deal would mean."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe it's corrupt now to send weapons to Ukraine.
It seems like labor unions do this for a living.
(February 22, 2023)

Zelensky asks for weapons and sends away Ukrainian refugees. Someone asked if the Ukrainian refugees in Ireland celebrate Irish holidays now.

The news has photos of women army infantrymen in Ukraine. Also, pregnant Ukrainian women. It's as though they have babies and then join the army in Kiev.

"Singapore warns of radicalisation via gaming as 2 teens issued orders under ISA law" "In two separate cases, a 15-year-old boy considered beheading non-Muslims, while a 16-year-old pledged allegiance to Isis in an online game, authorities said" "The Internal Security Act is a law that grants the home affairs minister power to detain individuals without trial for two-year terms"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe Singapore serves as a German navy tech hub.
Sometimes there are fake news stories about Singapore.
Also, the Germans might use the banks in Kuala Lumpur to pay for energy for their navy.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(February 21, 2023)

This morning there was a report in the Russian news about Ukrainian infantry deployments. I guess they are sending Ukrainians to the Chernobyl region. Maybe the fertility rates in Ukraine are so high that there are pressures for people to live in strange regions. Also, you wonder about the quality of the Ukrainian officer corps. Maybe the Ukrainians don't have high quality army officers. (February 21, 2023)

"Syria: 5 dead after Israeli missile hits building" "An Israeli rocket strike early Sunday hit a building in central Damascus..."
"Israelis protest judicial overhaul plans for 7th week"
"Secretary of state meets with Chinese diplomat in Munich"
"U.K. and E.U. are at odds over Northern Ireland Protocol"
"British prime minister travels to Belfast to meet with Irish leaders"
"As world leaders meet in Munich, antiwar demonstrators gather outside"


These are from the Washington Post.
The working theory here, is that the EU.
The EU assisted the German economy and the German army.
They both got bigger.

As that happened, the Germans began to export police hardware and weaponry.
They have to go by Ireland to go to East Asia.
Because they use the ports in northern Germany and Poland.
And here are these stories about the Irish protocol and right wingers in Tel Aviv.
It means that the German navy sails from Lubeck, past Dublin and Tel Aviv, and we see photos of their ships near Jakarta.

-These are more complaints about the Israeli army because they keep sending warplanes into #Syria
-#DC This seems to evidence right wing politics in Tel Aviv
#DC To me this means the Germans send weapons to East Asia by way of Irish ports and they rely on EU
trade laws, AKA the Northern Ireland Protocol
#DC This to me means the Germans themselves are aware of right wing politics domestically
(February 21, 2023)

"Biden left Kyiv after five hours VIDEO/PHOTO" "The U.S. President left Ukraine after spending 5 hours in Kyiv."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's just an interesting story about Zelensky.
(February 21, 2023)

"Biden left Kyiv after five hours VIDEO/PHOTO" "The U.S. President left Ukraine after spending 5 hours in Kyiv."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's just an interesting story about Zelensky.
(February 21, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 21. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin does not plan to watch the address that US President Joe Biden will deliver in Poland on Tuesday night, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Channel One."
I think this is just a fun story about the Kremlin.

This is kind of a big deal.
Because we're researching the Ukrainian army.


"KIEV, February 21. /TASS/. The Joint Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are holding drills in the Chernobyl zone near the Belarusian border, Joint Forces Commander Sergey Nayev said."
This is from the Russian news.
It's a strange story about the Ukrainian army.
Maybe some of them are weirdos.
They might have bad leadership.
Remember in WWI, the French army deserted a lot.
Maybe the Ukrainians have really bad military officers.
(February 21, 2023)

"President Rumen Radev will be among the participants in a meeting of the Bucharest Nine (B9) group of countries in Warsaw on February 22, said the President's Press Secretariat. B9 is a format for political dialogue that brings together NATO eastern flank member states Bulgaria, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on Warsaw.
Maybe there are right wingers within the Polish army.
They might work with the German army a lot.
You wonder about the ports in northern Germany and near the Gulf of Danzig.
Maybe the Germans send weapons out of those ports.
Also, there are complaints that the Germans are using too much energy for their army.
(February 21, 2023)

"Director of Bulgaria's Border Police: Punishments in our Country do not Scare the Traffickers"
The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey.
Maybe the border has German-made fence items.
It's possible German labor unions work at the border.
It seems like the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria.
(February 21, 2023)

"Army ready: NATO starts a conflict in Taiwan?" "After Ukraine, NATO intends to start a new armed conflict in Taiwan, as indicated by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Munich."
The Serbian news is reporting on Taipei.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to Hong Kong, Macau, and Taipei.
There are complaints about the police in all three regions.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(February 20, 2023)

"Akhmat commando unit takes strategic height near Belogorovka, says Chechen leader" "Ramzan Kadyrov also said that Kirgiz Musikhanov who had returned from the Ukrainian captivity rejoined the Akhmat commando unit"
This is just a fun story about the Chechens.
'Hero of Russia?'
(February 20, 2023)

"TOKYO, February 20. /TASS/. The government of Japan has requested an urgent session of the United Nations Security Council regarding North Korea's recent ballistic missile test launches, Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said."
This is the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans send radio signals to East Asia about military stuff.
It's possible Berlin even tells Pyongyang when to test their weapons.
(February 20, 2023)

"Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev welcomed his Montenegrin counterpart Milo Djukanovic in Alexander Nevsky Square in Sofia. Milo Djukanovic is paying an official visit to Bulgaria at the invitation of the Bulgarian Head of State. During the official welcoming ceremony, the two presidents paid tribute to the Monument to the Unknown Soldier."
This is the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
Albania, Croatia, and Bosnia have strategic ports.
(February 20, 2023)

"Interior Minister: EU Financial Assistance for Border Security Will Be Discussed This Week" "Talks on the financial assistance that Bulgaria will receive from the European Commission for border security are expected to take place this week, caretaker Interior Minister Ivan Demerdzhiev said in Varna. He urged all institutions in Bulgaria to be active in solving the problem of migrant trafficking and border security. He added that the fight against illegal migration should become a national priority. Demerdzhiev stressed that as long as he is Interior Minister, the fight against election fraud and human trafficking will not stop." This is the Bulgarian news.
It's as though the Germans send the items for the border fence.
And that is why there are complaints.
(February 20, 2023)

"Unduly Lenient Sentences- German Media on Bulgaria's dealings with the Trafficking Problem" The Bulgarian news is reporting on Berlin.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to both Ankara and Sophia.
There are lots of reports about the border between Bulgaria and Turkey.
Also, the Bulgarian police.
Maybe it's due to German-made hardware.
(February 20, 2023)

Before, what they did looked like covert operations. Now it's weird they don't read or write. And they have gained so much weight it's as though they cannot either do covert ops or operate the hardware they're assigned to.

The Virginians are Prussian immigrants.
Covert operations and surveillance teams are Virginians.
They are on pills while they operate the police radios.
They got so they don't leave the office, they just watch the radios.
Maybe they are too overweight to operate the police radios.
It seems like they are too overweight to run covert operations.
It's weird then they don't document their time.
Kind of they sit and watch the radios.
They don't work really.
Sometimes they say strange things through the loudspeaker.
They harass the civilian agents when they type.
They aim the loudspeaker at the civilian agents when they sleep.
(February 19, 2023)

"Bulgarian officials find 18 migrants dead in truck" "The truck was found abandoned along a highway near the capital, Sophia. The driver was not there..."
This is from the Washington Post.
It seems really dark and sinister.
Maybe the Germans export police radios to both Sophia and Ankara.
There are complaints that the Turks don't enforce their side of the border with Bulgaria.
(February 19, 2023)

"North and South Korea remain as divided as ever, 70 years after truce" "North Korea's communications with the South and the UN Command have dwindled in recent years, with Covid-19 further encouraging its retreat from in-person meetings" "It's become harder to keep the peace and 'reduce the chance of something untoward happening', says a member of the UN Command Military Armistice Commission"
This is from the Chinese news.
Pyongyang and Beijing sit across the border.
Both cities are inland.
Maybe the Germans send hardware and radio signals to both cities.
Also, maybe they are allied or whatever to oppose Seoul.
(February 19, 2023)

The Virginians talk like this.
"I'm going home to eat salad and fruit."
"I'll just have a Twix."

They struggle with weight gain, because sometimes salads are hard for your stomach to digest. Not all salads are really good for you. Any candy bar probably has sugar and it's not really good for you.
I did not at the time, understand exactly what was happening. I did at the time, know this is different than I how I live.
What was happening is that like, the grocery store. Somehow the food has some preservatives. And you can get so you feel better, if you eat as little preservatives as possible. It's some kind of a, you are what you eat perspective.

Believe it because it's true. That is the one percent. Also, people from England are there. They live by the banks.
Where I am with it right now, I've been here ten years. I think to myself, "Wasn't there a farmers market in that neighborhood somehow?" "When was that?" It's like the lochness monster because I am thinking to myself, where did I see that like five and eight years ago.

Amy at the gym, she's really fun. She goes to Catholic church. I went to Catholic University, sometimes I go to Catholic mass. But really I am an Episcopalian. Episcopos is the Greek word for bishop. I think government should be governed by governors. Some of the stuff Amy says to me I cannot believe she said that. She's also friends with my other friend Kelly at the yoga studio. Kelly is really fun.
Sometimes I cannot believe what Kelly does.
In Austin, one time I had this boyfriend and he was an engineer. He lived in one of the nice apartment complexes downtown. You can see the building in the skyline. It's a famous building if you see a photo of the Austin downtown area, that's his apartment. If he still lives there.
When we would go out, he would stop at the farmers market and he would buy something. Because it would be right by his apartment, and he actually did intend to eat this somehow at a later point.
At the time, I thought to myself that a different group lives like that. What is this stuff?
A few things, it's far from our house in Austin and so how would I even get over there. Also, it's like weird food. How do you eat this? Also, the paying for it. You have to have an up to date way to pay for it.
Right now, kind of what I do is I go around and I try to only eat what I buy at the farmers markets.
Because the vaccine or whatever made my stomach so sick.
I think to myself, how wealthy I must be now. That's the one percent.

"PODCAST: How bad will strikes get in Germany and should public officials have to speak English?"
This is from the German news.
Notice the mention of labor strikes.
It seems like the Germans use their computers to make their economy look healthy.
You wonder about labor strikes and weapons exports.
(February 18, 2023)

[China has had an unusually busy and bizarre week. On Monday - as the saga over the alleged spy balloon dragged into its 11th day - a fresh spat erupted between Beijing and Manila. This one was over lasers. The Philippines accused China of using a "military grade" laser light on a Philippine coastguard boat. It said the incident had happened on 6 February when the boat was attempting to take supplies to the Sierra Madre, a vessel that is used as a Filipino naval outpost in the South China Sea; and that a Chinese vessel intercepted the Filipino coast guard boat, blocked its way and used a laser device to temporarily blind the crew. It's not clear what sort of device the Chinese crew used or how powerful it was, but laser weapons designed to damage eyesight are banned under UN convention. The incident has been quickly condemned by a host of countries including the United States, Australia, Japan and Germany.]
This is from the BBC.
Notice the mention of a laser.
Maybe these are German-made laser weapons.
It's possible the Germans send laser weapons to East Asia.
There have been complaints about the police in Hong Kong, Macau, and Taipei.
(February 18, 2023)

"Erdohan and Komsic held a closed-door meeting at the Vahdettin Mansion, according to the Presidency's Directorate of Communications. No further information was released about the meeting."
This is from the Turkish news.
It's about Ankara and Sarajevo.
There are strategic ports in Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia.
Maybe the Germans or Turks trade through those ports.
(February 18, 2023)

"French court convicts far-right militants over Macron assassination plot" "A French court on Friday found three members of a far-right group guilty of conspiring to prepare an act of terrorism against President Emmanuel Macron in 2018." "The Paris criminal court handed the three men sentences ranging from three to four years in jail, with one to two years suspended each, saying it found a causal link between preparations they were involved in and the violent project to kill the French president."
This is from France24.
Notice the mention of right wingers.
There are reports also about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe there are right wingers within the German and Polish armies.
You wonder about the ports on the Baltic Sea in Germany and Poland.
(February 18, 2023)

This is an example of what I talk about as a Russian scholar:
#DC The Germans take too much energy for their army, they are using their computers to make their economy look healthy, Berlin exports a lot of police radios and weaponry.

This is me talking about Michael McFaul. 2-17-23


"About 1 million Rohingya, a persecuted mostly Muslim minority from Myanmar, fled to Bangladesh to escape an army crackdown the UN said was genocidal intent"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe the German navy sends weaponry to the ports in Burma.
And then the PLA crosses the border into Burma.
(February 17, 2023)

"Ballet director suspended in Germany over feces attack" "Another E.U. lawmaker charged with corruption" "Belgian prosecutors have charged another European Union lawmaker..." Cambodia: Prime minister orders news outlet shutdown" "Scrutiny for FBI over ex-agent's side work" "Allegations of illegal dealings in Albania and for sanctioned oligarch"
The Washington Post has these stories.
The bureau is in the newspaper.
So is the EU.
Maybe this is about the German economy and trade unionism.
Maybe the bureau does a lot with German labor unions.
Notice this mention of Cambodia. Maybe the German navy uses those ports.
Also, a mention of a strange attack in Germany at a ballet event.
(February 17, 2023)

His cousin lives in Berlin and works for the Berlin PD. The Virginians themselves immigrated here from Prussia when Germany was Prussia.

The bureau is in the newspaper #DC The Virginians are Prussian immigrants. Maybe the bureau works too closely with Berlin pic.twitter.com/InRWZy9HNY

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 17, 2023

"Another strong earthquake" "Romania was hit by an earthquake of magnitude 4.3 today." The Serbian news is reporting on Bucharest.
Maybe the Germans can cause an earthquake with a space weapon.
(February 17, 2023)

Why are you asking about that?

"MOSCOW, February 17. /TASS/. Dhaka's ban for Russian ships to enter ports of Bangladesh was introduced not on its own initiative, but under threat of secondary sanctions from the US, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said during a briefing Friday."
This is a really big deal also.
It means maybe the German navy is in the Indian Ocean or at the ports in Sri Lanka.
(February 17, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 17. /TASS/. Warsaw is trying hard to conceal evidence of the mass participation of Polish citizens in military activities in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a briefing on Friday."
This is a really big deal.
Maybe the Germans and Poles work together a lot.
It's possible both Berlin and Warsaw send defense stuff into Ukraine.
Maybe they fire weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
It's not clear about right wingers in Poland.
(February 17, 2023)

"Foreign Minister Minister Milkov Participates in Summit on Responsible AI Military Domain"
The Bulgarian news is reporting on artificial intelligence.
There are concerns about German weapons exports.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to both Sophia and Ankara.
(February 17, 2023)

[Spain's parliament on Thursday approved a "menstrual leave" law for women with painful monthly bleeding, the first country in Europe to do so, Politico reported.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
I wonder maybe about bioweapons and chemical munitions.
Why are women getting so sick?
(February 17, 2023)

"In the night"
"At night"
"All night"

It's from England about business hours, that is when work gets done. The Germans think you can work whenever, at whatever hour.

I live near the ATF building. It might be that building, but yesterday I saw something. It was just a woman working in her office. But, I could see her through the window. It was still dark out. It was early in the morning. I was waiting for the metro, it's an outdoor metro stop. The metro opens at 5am but the first train is at 5:25am or so.
I think she shouldn't be allowed to be in her office at that hour. If it's the ATF building, I don't want them thinking they can work that early as though it is during the day.
The point I am making is this:
Any work done at 5am, isn't the same as work done during business hours.
She should be paid like half time or something.
I cannot think if it's the police, I wonder about the prisons and due process.
(February 17, 2023)

"East Timor has Indonesia's backing, but road to Asean filled with financial concerns" "It is likely that the Asean ascension of East Timor, which gained independence from Indonesia in 2003, was among Jakarta's priorities as the current chair as this year will be the last time Widodo hosts an Asean summit before the 2024 election, analysts said."
This is from the Chinese news.
It's about Jakarta.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
Maybe the Germans use the energy trading in Indonesia for their navy.
Also the banks in Kuala Lumpur.
It seems like the Germans send weaponry to East Asia.
For example, there are complaints about the police in Hong Kong and Macau.
(February 16, 2023)

"Vucic congratulated the citizens on the national holiday and said that this protest would not deserve special attention, and that these are not informal right-wing groups."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's just a fun story about President Vucic.
(February 16, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 16. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday is expected to wrap up a series of meetings with the leaders of parliament factions, ahead of his address to the Federal Assembly that's scheduled for February 21."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about Russian studies.
I wonder if this United Russia guy is a right winger.
There are right wingers within Russia also.
We cannot know yet maybe.
Vladimir Vasilyev.
(February 16, 2023)

"SEOUL, February 16. /TASS/. The North Korean authorities replaced over 40% of Political Bureau officials in the ruling Workers' Party of Korea and more than 60% of party secretariat members over the last year, the Yonhap news agency reported on Thursday, citing South Korea's Ministry of Unification."
The Russian news is reporting on Pyongyang.
Maybe the Germans send radio signals to North Korea.
They could assist them with military research or political stuff.
(February 16, 2023)

"A Bulgarian wanted by the United States authorities over the re-export of US electronic microchips and high-tech components to Russia via a company in Bulgaria is in remand at Diavata Prison near Thessaloniki, Northern Greece, the ANA-MPA news agency reported on Wednesday."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are concerns about German-made police radios.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to both Sophia and Ankara.
(February 16, 2023)

"German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius believes there are good arguments for bringing back conscription. According to him, this would improve the country's ability to respond to disasters and strengthen the army and rescue services, DPA reported, quoted by BTA."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
The German military is very big now.
Maybe they want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
It seems like the EU assisted the German economy to expand.
And now the German army is very big.
You wonder about weapons exports and the ports near Poland.
(February 16, 2023)

The surveillance teams are Virginian men. They are homosexuals. They work for a defense contracting firm. They take pills during their shifts. They think they need to in order to operate the surveillance hardware. Maybe these are controversial police radios. For example, in Xinxiang province supposedly the police use facial recognition software. It seems like then the Virginians submit invoices for their shifts. But they were kind of drunken the whole time because of the pharmeceuticals. Maybe the pills make it so they don't mind not working much during their shifts. They seem to forget what has happened from one shift to the next. (February 16, 2023)

"As North Korea unveils stamps of Kim's daughter, South says she's unlikely to be a successor" "Since its foundation in 1948, North Korea has been successively ruled by male members of the Kim family, but Ju-ae may change that trend" "South Korea said it's still premature to determine if the daughter of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is being groomed as her father's successor"
This is from the Chinese news.
You wonder about Beijing, Pyongyang, and Seoul.
Maybe they use the same hardware.
It seems like the Germans send them police radios.
Maybe the German navy sends the same weaponry over there.
Beijing and Pyongyang sit across the border.
They are both inland and there is a railroad that runs between the cities.
(February 15, 2023)

Today Alex Ovechkin's dad died. He missed the hockey game last night and now he's flown to Moscow. Wayne Rooney, when he played for DC United, sometimes he would request time to fly to Manchester because of Coleen and the kids. It's some kind of, now there are airplanes and so people need to fly a lot. I get weird that Wayne flies so much and Alex flies so much. They both have wives and small children. The wives and small children fly a lot. (February 15, 2023)

"A new earthquake; it was felt in Belgrade VIDEO" "A new earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 was recorded in Romania, according to data from the European Mediterranean Service."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans are aiming space weapons at that is causing the earthquakes.
Do the Germans have space weapons and they can aim them to cause an earthquake?
(February 15, 2023)

"UNITED NATIONS, February 15. /TASS/. Russia expects that Japan will show transparency regarding its release of contaminated water from the crippled Fukishima-1 nuclear power plant (NPP) into the ocean, Russian Deputy Permanent Representative Dmitry Chumakov has told the UN Security Council."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans are sending weapons to Tokyo.
(February 15, 2023)

"BERLIN, February 15. /TASS/. US investigative journalist Seymour Hersh said the United States organized their sabotage on the Nord Stream gas pipelines because Washington wanted Berlin to keep the anti-Russian sanctions in place."
This is from the Russian news.
Again, the Germans might trade through ports in Sweden and Poland.
Lubeck, Germany was an East German port.
Maybe some of this is right wingerism.
(February 15, 2023)

"A part of the defense line of the Ukrainian forces in the Luhansk region has been breached, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced. Moscow said that their forces had overcome the first and second lines of defense and had advanced three kilometers as the Ukrainians were retreating in disorder. Reuters points out that the information has not been confirmed by an independent source and the message did not indicate where the breach occurred."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
It's possible the German air force has been assisting the Ukrainians.
(February 15, 2023)

"PM Donev: Judicial Reform, Anti-Corruption Bills Must Become a Fact"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans export police radios to Sophia and that explains the reports about judicial reform.
(February 15, 2023)

"Moscow has replaced Northern Fleet forces deployed for the war in Ukraine with tactical nuclear weapons in the Northern Fleet for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the Baltic Sea.
Lubeck, Germany is near Poland.
There have been reports about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe right wingers trade through the ports in northern Germany and the Gulf of Danzig.
The Russian navy might be deploying ships to confront right wingerism in the Baltic Sea.
(February 15, 2023)

The surveillance teams are homosexual Virginian men. They have relationships with each other. There used to be overweight ones and thin ones. The thin ones outranked the overweight ones. Now they are all overweight. But, the ones who used to be overweight seem to have monkeypox. This means that their stomachs are infected. And so it's strange now about the homosexual conduct, also maybe they are making each other sick. Maybe none of them anymore have command authority. (February 15, 2023)

#DC Singapore might serve as a German navy tech hub because sometimes it seems like fake news there, also reports about inflation pic.twitter.com/nVAfqTvLiv

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 14, 2023

"The decision on the organizational upgrade of the Special Forces of the Serbian Army contains several elements. One of them refers to the expansion of the peacetime and wartime organization of the Special Forces of the Serbian Army to the projected unit strength. For the execution of this decision, the Minister of Defense and the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces will issue the necessary acts, and the decision itself will enter into force on the day of its adoption."
This is just a fun story about the Serbian army.
(February 14, 2023)

"Turkish company may build a 1,000 MW solar power plant in the Fergana region."
This is from the Tashkent news.
Maybe the Germans and the Turks work together on projects like this.
(February 14, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 14. /TASS/. The State Duma on Tuesday adopted a draft appeal from the Russian Federal Assembly to the world's parliaments in connection with US military biological activity outside its territory."
The Russian news is reporting on biolabs.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
Maybe they maintain biolabs because the Germans want to also.
During the Vietnam War, for example, the Pentagon had DOW chemical.
(February 14, 2023)

"BRUSSELS, February 14. /TASS/. Western countries will help Ukraine advance during its spring counter-offensive, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said at a meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group in Brussels on Tuesday."
This is from the Russian news.
The Virginians are German immigrants and they work for labor unions.
Maybe they are on a labor strike.
That's maybe why they want to send weapons to Ukraine.
(February 14, 2023)

[President Rumen Radev said Tuesday that he is "firmly opposed" to sending armament from the Bulgarian military reserves to war zones. "Let the parties of war first win the elections, form a government and take responsibility for a decision of the Bulgarian Armed Forces to give weapons to Ukraine," Radev said as he visited vineyards in the southern village of Ustina.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe it's corrupt to send weapons to Ukraine.
It's possible labor unions make a living sending weapons around.
(February 14, 2023)

"The North Atlantic Alliance will analyze ways to provide concrete assistance to the Republic of Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georgia in the context of Russian threats, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, quoted by Ziarul Financiar."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
Albania, Croatia, and Bosnia have strategic ports.
It might be right wingers who want to use the ports.
(February 14, 2023)

"Philippines issues fresh warning over Chinese-run crypto scams amid repatriation effort" "Filipinos have been targets of scam networks operating in Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia, because of their English-language and computer skills" "50-70 Filipinos are believed to be still working for Chinese scammers in Myanmar, with another 100 working for scams in Laos and Cambodia"
The Chinese news is reporting on Burma and Manila. Maybe this evidences the German navy.
It seems like the Germans send weapons to Burma.
The PLA might do secretive military stuff in Burma.
(February 13, 2023)

"New earthquake: The ground shook again in Turkey" "An earthquake measuring 4.5 on the Richter scale was recorded today in eastern Turkey, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center announced."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans can cause earthquakes with space weapons.
Are the Germans aiming space weapons and that's the cause of the earthquakes in Turkey?
(February 13, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 13. /TASS/. Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov revealed that an assassination attempt targeting his aide, Commander of the Akhmat commando unit and Deputy Commander of the 2nd Army Corps Apty Alaudinov had occurred a couple of days ago."
This is just a fun story about the Chechens.

"MOSCOW, February 13. /TASS/. The United States is the world's biggest spy power with the widest intelligence network, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a briefing on Monday."
This is about the Chinese diplomatic corps.
They aren't sure about their message after the spy balloons.
I guess now they're saying that the Americans also do this.
(February 13, 2023)

"Justice Minister Krum Zarkov believes that Bulgaria should have followed up on the Magnitsky Act sanctions long ago. He told journalists that among the measures it should have taken, are the reform of the anti-corruption commission, adoption of a mechanism for investigating the prosecutor general, adoption of the bills called for by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan and compliance with the EC recommendations."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on the police.
Maybe the Germans send police radios and they are used in Sophia.
The complaints could be about German-made hardware.
(February 13, 2023)

"The Eurozone economy will grow more than previously forecast in 2023 as the energy crisis eases and the Eurozone avoided recession this winter, according to the European Commission."
This is the Bulgarian news reporting on the EU.
It's not clear about the German economy.
Maybe the EU allows the Germans to expand their economy.
There are concerns about weapons exports and labor strikes.
(February 13, 2023)

That was a different scenario because it had to do with tennis. Novak is back on top now.

Obviously Zelensky himself is a right winger and he's friends with right wingers in Warsaw.

"U.S.: China spying with balloons on 40 countries" "China says second balloon in Americas is its own" "China flips from regrets to threats as balloon saga tests its diplomatic stance" "Zelensky pleads to ban Russians from Games" "Poland: Warsaw closing border crossing with Belarus"

These are from the Washington Post this week. Notice the Pentagon is talking about the PLA. They're saying the PLA uses balloons and spies on dozens or fifty foreign countries. Beijing admitted this second balloon was theirs. And now Chinese diplomats aren't sure about their message.
The other articles are about Warsaw. Maybe there are right wingers in Warsaw and that's why they're closing the border with Minsk. Also, notice Kiev wants to ban Russians from the next Summer Olympic games. (February 12, 2012)

"Why Hong Kong must act fast in post-Covid-19 world to regain place as international talent hub" "City needs to entice well-qualified entrepreneurs and innovators who can drive greener economic growth in Greater Bay Area, members of Better Hong Kong Foundation say"
The Chinese news is reporting on Hong Kong.
There are complaints about the Hong Kong PD.
Maybe the Germans send them police radios.
This is talking about the economy in Hong Kong.
The Germans seem to use banks in Kuala Lumpur to pay for energy for their navy.
Singapore might serve as a German navy tech hub.
There are also complaints about the police in Macau and Taipei.
(February 11, 2023)

I do everything I know to do here in DC.
I politick and raise awareness. It really bothers me about William and Harry. I think they're Prussians. They don't read or write enough. I don't like how they talk. I think they're not legitimate governors in London. They admit to being from the continent. I never know what to do really, other than I just tell everyone I don't like them.
William is now too overweight to walk any distance. Kate goes out with these dresses and you can see her breasts and shoulders and stuff. She has three little kids.

"And then we're home...to #England." pic.twitter.com/yqPS1cTjWy

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 11, 2023

"Erkin Tuniyaz: UK MPs urge government to block Xinjiang official's trip"
The BBC is reporting on human rights stuff in China.
This is about Xinxiang province.
Supposedly there are strange work camps there and the police use facial recognition software.
(February 11, 2023)

"'Here to stay': How the far-right AfD became a strong political force in Germany" "The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has gained an increasingly strong foothold in German politics. How did it go from being a little-known Eurosceptic party to a prominent political force in the space of a single decade?"
The German news is reporting on right wingers.
(February 11, 2023)

"Ukraine's Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov on Monday said that the country's military will spend nearly $550 million on drones in 2023 and 16 supply deals have already been signed with Ukrainian manufacturers."
The Turkish news is reporting on drones.
Supposedly the Turks themselves build and export drones.
Are the Turks planning to send a lot more drones to Ukraine?
(February 11, 2023)

Ben Affleck, essentially, has an overweight wife. I'm saying it's embarrassing. Also, here in DC we get a lot of that. Coleen Rooney is overweight. Kate Middleton is overweight. Ivanka Trump is overweight.

When I lived with Eliot, he was embarrassed of me because I was so skinny.
I tell the British that Coleen is embarrassing because she is fat.
Kate is embarrassing because she is fat.
Are skinny or fat wives embarrassing?

"'We will be in danger if Russia wins': Security concerns drive Poland's support for Ukraine" "The war in Ukraine has conferred a new importance to the Baltic States and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe geographically closest to Russia - particularly Poland. Warsaw is determined to learn from Poland's own history and help Ukraine win the war."
France24 is reporting on Warsaw.
Maybe the Germans and Poles work closely together within their armies.
This could mean there are right wingers in both armies.
The thought is that the Germans fire weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
Maybe the Poles, for example, speak Russian and they assist the German military.
(February 11, 2023)

The Virginians are Prussian immigrants. They work for defense contracting firms. It seems like there is a culture, where the Virginians behave as dumb people so the Germans can be more in charge. The Virginians seem to want Berlin to manage the defense posture, etc.

"Malaysia's economy sees best growth in 22 years" "The public and analysts don't all agree with the level of optimism amid risks and difficult daily life of many, but central bank says no 2023 recession due to strong economic progress" "Full-year growth came in at 8.7 per cent in 2022, almost triple the previous year, and the quickest pace since the 8.9 per cent expansion in 2000"
The Chinese news is reporting on Kuala Lumpur.
Maybe the Germans use the banks in Malaysia for their navy.
The German navy might benefit from Malaysian energy trading.
Also, the Germans might use Singapore as a navy tech hub.
(February 10, 2023)

"Vucic told Pristina: Congratulations, finally the truth" "President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, commented in the Kursumlijska Banja on the statement of the Chairman of the assembly of Kosovo, Glauk Konjufca."
The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
The EU has been very aggressive about Kosovo and North Macedonia.
(February 10, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 10. /TASS/. Supporting compatriots abroad, and tenaciously battling Nazism and ethnic discrimination are Russian diplomacy's top priorities, President Vladimir Putin said in his message of greetings on Diplomats' Day on Friday."
The Russian news is reporting on right wingers.
Maybe the Germans have bases in Ukraine.
It's possible they are firing weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
(February 10, 2023)

"WASHINGTON, February 10. /TAS/. Ukrainian officials admitted that Ukrainian troops were firing US-made rocket systems at targets designated by Washington or its allies, the Washington Post reported citing Ukrainian and US officials."
The Russian news is reporting on the Pentagon.
The Virginians are Prussian immigrants.
Maybe they are assisting the Germans, Poles, and Ukrainians in Kiev.
It's possible they are assisting other Prussian immigrants.
(February 10, 2023)

[British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace ruled out sending British fighter jets to Ukraine in the near future, saying it would be like "going from a bicycle to a Formula 1 team", the Daily Telegraph reported. The European tour of Ukraine's President Zelenskiy is taking place against the backdrop of an intensified Russian offensive along the entire front line (Luhansk- Donetsk-Zaporizhzhia).]
This is the Bulgarian news.
Notice the British are wanting to send more warplanes to Kiev.
Maybe they are corrupt trade union members who make a living selling weaponry.
(February 10, 2023)

I think there is nerve gas by the ATF building and so my face looks weird. Maybe they use facial recognition software for their police radios, and then the nerve gas makes it so the radios are weird.

"Russia demands Penalties from Bulgaria after the Suspension of Payments to Gazprom" "Russia has demanded penalties from Bulgaria because of the suspended payments to Gazprom. This was announced by the Acting Energy Minister Rosen Hristov on BNT. According to him, the amount of Moscow's claim is confidential."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on energy.
Maybe the Germans take too much energy for their army.
Also, maybe the German can use their computers to manipulate the Bulgarian legislature.
(February 10, 2023)

"Hong Kong and Macau lead Asia-Pacific travel recovery, thanks to China's reopening" "Aviation seat capacity is also up for other destinations popular with Chinese tourists, including Thailand, Singapore and South Korea" "In 2019, travellers from China made 155 million trips abroad and splurged nearly US$255 million, accounting for about 14 per cent of the global tourism spend"
This is from the Chinese news.
Notice the mention of Hong Kong and Macau.
Maybe the Germans use those ports.
There are complaints about the police in both places.
The Hong Kong PD and the Macau PD might both use German-made police radios.
(February 9, 2023)

"The ground of Serbia is shaking: The third earthquake since this morning" "New earthquakes were recorded today in Serbia, and the ground of Donji Milanovac was the first to shake."
The Serbian news is reporting on an earthquake.
Maybe the Germans have space weapons that can cause earthquakes.
(February 9, 2023)

"KHARTOUM, February 9. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has arrived on a working visit in the Sudanese capital city Khartoum, a TASS correspondent reported on Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
The Germans used to test warplanes in North Africa.
You wonder if they still do that.
Do the Germans test weapons in the deserts of Libya, Chad, and Egypt?
(February 9, 2023)

At the bar on Capitol Hill, I saw a Royal Navy sailor drinking whiskey. I couldn't believe I saw him doing that. I think it immobilizes people. They incapacitate themselves when they drink whiskey. Years ago in Austin, a doctor once told me that a night of drinking lasts a week at the workplace. I couldn't believe I saw that Royal Navy sailor drinking whiskey at the bar.

"PARIS, February 9. /TASS/. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has confirmed Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's participation in a two-day EU summit opening in Brussels on Thursday and has once again pledged that Germany would support Kiev as long as necessary."
This is from the Russian news.
The German military seems to be really big now.
You wonder about the EU and the German economy.
Kind of, did the EU effectively expand the German economy?
There are concerns about German weapons exports.
(February 9, 2023)

"Defence Minister Dimitar Stoyanov Thursday will inspect the construction and repair works at the 3rd air base in Graf Ignatyevo, his ministry said. A project to upgrade the facilities of the air base is now two years behind schedule and everything must be done to deal with the delay, the Minister said earlier in February. He expressed hope that all infrastructure projects at the airbase would be completed by mid-2024."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on warplanes.
Maybe some of these are German-made warplanes.
The Germans might want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
Also, all of the hardware sent to Ukraine seems to be making some of the other hardware not work.
(February 9, 2023)

These are three true stories:
A man in Texas had a vasectomy before he had any kids, and he never had any kids.
An Italian man from Philadelphia had the same procedure, after he had two kids.
A Greek man had a different procedure, he and his wife were wanting to conceive but they couldn't. The surgery wasn't successful and they ended up adopting a kid.
(February 9, 2023)

"Thailand's 'Deep South' conflict in focus as Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim meets Prayuth Chan-ocha" "Meeting will focus on border area between the countries, where a near two-decade insurgency is undermining big investment plans for the zone" "Malaysia has mediated several rounds of peace talks between Bangkok and some insurgent factions, but the meetings have made little impact"
This is from the Chinese news.
Notice the mention of Kuala Lumpur.
It seems like the Germans use computers, and they benefit from the banks in Kuala Lumpur to finance energy for their navy.
Does Berlin use the money in Malaysian banks to pay for oil for their navy?
Notice this mention also of Thailand. Maybe the Germans are using those ports.
(February 8, 2023)

"Will reopened Hong Kong triumph over rival Singapore? Here's 5 ways it could" "Analysts say the mainland China factor will help lift Hong Kong's economy and population, as Singapore's reopening benefits begin to fade"
This is from the Chinese news.
It seems like Singapore is a German navy tech hub.
There are strange reports sometimes in the news about Singapore.
Maybe the Germans put up fake news stories with their computers.
Also, there are complaints about the Hong Kong PD.
Maybe the Germans send them police radios.
(February 7, 2023)

The surveillance teams watch the civilian agents sleep with the police radios. They're Prussians and they might intentionally keep people awake at night.

"Pristina accepted EU proposal in principle" "EU Special Envoy Miroslav Lajcak issued a statement after a conversation with the Prime Minister of Pristina's temporary institutions, Albin Kurti."
The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo.
Maybe the EU is aggressive about Kosovo because the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(February 7, 2023)

"German company will build a 600 MW solar power plant in Surkhandarya" "The cost of the project is 500 million US dollars" The Tashkent news is reporting on the German economy.
(February 7, 2023)

"GROZNY, February 7. /TASS/. Russia's special military operation in Ukraine may end before late this year, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said an in interview with the North Caucasian republic's National Policy, Foreign Relations, Press and Information Minister Akhmed Dudyaev."
This is just a fun report about the Chechens.

Hero of Russia? Hahahaha

"BUDAPEST, February 7. /TASS/. Prime Minister Viktor Orban urged leaders of the European Union and its member-states to start consultations for reconsideration of sanctions against Russia, press secretary to the Prime Minister Bertalan Havasi said."
The Russian news is reporting on the EU.
Maybe the EU is being used too much to assist the German economy.
(February 7, 2023)

"PM Donev Discusses Transport Connectivity, Schengen Accession with Romanian Counterpart"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Schengen agreements allow the Germans to trade through ports in the Balkans.
(February 7, 2023)

[1. What is your opinion on the bilateral political and business relations between Bulgaria and your country? Historically, Bulgaria and Croatia have enjoyed very good bilateral relations additionally strengthened by our common EU and NATO membership. Economic relations are on the steady rise every year yet there is still strong potential to widen this cooperation, especially in the fields of trade and investment.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Albania, Croatia, and Bosnia have strategic ports.
It seems like the Germans want to trade through the ports.
The EU seems very aggressive lately about, for example, issues related to Kosovo and North Macedonia.
(February 7, 2023)

Does the United States Secret Service need a golf cart to play golf?
If so, then they are out of shape.
Do these Chinese flybys resemble the kamikaze fighters?
Maybe the Germans help train the Chinese air force.

This is me talking about the Chinese flybys. 2-7-23


The British intelligence people are trying to send reports to their own navy about illegal items being sent to Pyongyang. There are comments like the British ships are artificial dwellings because the sailors are in real terms illiterate. It's been suggested they simply enjoy sailing around ASEAN nations. When the intelligence people send them a report, they either ignore it or they read it and don't relay the information. (February 7, 2023)

"North Korea's Kim Jong-un orders military to prepare for war, expand combat drills" "Pyongyang's latest warning came a week after it threatened to counter US military moves with the 'most overwhelming nuclear force'"
This is from the Chinese news.
Beijing and Pyongyang are near each other.
There is a railroad that goes between the cities.
Both cities are inland.
Maybe the Germans send them weaponry.
It's possible both the Chinese and the North Koreans use the same German-made police radios.
Maybe Berlin is telling Pyongyang to buy more weaponry for political reasons.
(February 6, 2023)

@Amb_Ulyanov #DC See attached. pic.twitter.com/EbyXymaZTH

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 6, 2023

@Amb_Ulyanov #DC See attached. pic.twitter.com/EbyXymaZTH

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 6, 2023

"President Vucic tonight with Miroslav Lajcak" "Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will meet tonight in Belgrade with the EU's special representative for Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak." The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo.
It seems like the Germans are wanting to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
That's why the EU is being so aggressive about foreign and economic policy in the Balkans.
(February 6, 2023)

Yeah but, I'm sometimes on the board of DC Phi Beta Kappa. My grandpa studied at Oxford. He was a Time Inc. executive. My uncle was in the Air Force. I'm from Texas.

When I meet them, they are mean to me, is why they are bad.

About the Russian news. I am not a fan of FM Lavrov. I think he is friends with the Turks. And so reports I read about him, I maybe argue.

"MOSCOW, February 6. /TASS/. A search for additional ways to protect troops from the chemical weapons that Ukrainian forces are using is underway in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), the region's Acting Head Denis Pushilin said on Monday."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about chemical munitions.
Maybe the Germans are building chemical munitions.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
Maybe there are a lot of chemical munitions.
For example, during the Vietnam War there was DOW Chemicals, etc.
(February 6, 2023)

"MINSK, February 6. /TASS/.The West will be financing Belarus' foreign opposition to commit radical actions, including the overthrow and assassination of the president, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday."
This is from the Russian news.
The government in Minsk has opposed Kiev.
Maybe they know about right wingers in Warsaw and Berlin.
It seems like Minsk, and then Warsaw and Berlin.
Maybe this evidences the German army in Poland, etc.

It's too crazy to me about William and the helicopter and now the rope on his army uniform. I tell the British, I think it was bad judgement that Charles let William learn to fly a helicopter in the army. It's not the point of the defense budget if William wants to learn to fly a helicopter.

There is always some difference between the Americans and the British about command structure.
The Russians will say that about the Catholics.
"You should never do anything he says."
Somehow the British are different about obvious do this because he said this.

"The caretaker Minister of Defence Dimitar Stoyanov has commented that there are gaps and ambiguities in the decision adopted by the last parliament on the modernization of the Bulgarian army by 2032. No financial security has been envisaged, he claims."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on military hardware.
It's possible the Germans made some of these warplanes.
Maybe some of it doesn't work.
Now the war in Ukraine, it's all of this different military hardware there.
Maybe the Germans are sending more or different items now to the Balkans.
(February 6, 2023)

"Interviewed on bTV on Monday, Deputy Foreign Minister Kostadin Kodzhabashev said Skopje's grounds for stopping Bulgarian citizens from paying homage at the monument to Gotse Delchev on February 4 were very unconvincing and at odds with earlier promises. He added that the attitude to Bulgaria and the Bulgarian people of the authorities in the Republic of North Macedonia is humiliating and unacceptable." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the Balkans.
It seems like the Germans are wanting to trade through these ports in the Balkans.
Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia have strategic ports.
There are reports about the EU and other entities.
It's as though the Germans are being really aggressive about economic policy stuff in the Balkans.
(February 6, 2023)

"New 7.5 Earthquake in Turkey - World | February 6, 2023, Monday // 14:03"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe a German space weapon caused this earthquake in Turkey.
It's possible that the Germans have space weapons that can affect both climate stuff and can cause earthquakes.

"Canadian Parliament votes unanimously to accept 10,000 Uyghur refugees" "...to decry China's treatment of Uyghurs" "Israel: AG bans Netanyahu from judicial overhaul" "France: Weapons from Iran on way to Yemen seized" "French naval forces in January seized thousands of assault rifles, machine guns and antitank missiles in the Gulf of Oman..."
These are from the Washington Post on Friday. Maybe the Chinese use German-made police radios and that explains these reports about Xinjiang Province.
Also, maybe the Germans trade through the ports in Tel Aviv. It could be German navy ships that assist these weapons to go between Tehran and Sanaa.
(February 5, 2023)

That��s where the #Dutch would go pic.twitter.com/t9ZDK3QSid

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 3, 2023

"Special Serbian Parliament session on Kosovo scheduled for today, Vucic will attend" "Special Serbian Parliament session on KiM, whose agenda includes a report on negotiations with Pristina from September 1 to January 15, is scheduled for today."
This is from the Serbian news.
It seems like the EU is really interested in Kosovo right now.
Maybe it's so the Germans can trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(February 2, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 2. /TASS/. The West wants to turn Georgia into another irritant for Russia again, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in a Thursday interview with TV news anchor Dmitry Kiselyov."
This is from the Russian news.
It might mean that the Turkish army is sending infantrymen into the Caucasus region.
The Turks cross into Syria for counterterrorism operations.
(February 2, 2023)

"BEIJING, February 2. /TASS/. Taiwan has reported the approach of military planes and drones, as well as four ships of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (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 Thursday."
This is from the Russian news.
Notice the mention of the PLA.
Maybe the Germans send them the warplanes.
There are reports about the PLA in Burma.
Maybe the PLA has secretive operations in Burma.
(February 2, 2023)

"Bulgaria's National Assembly condemns the acts of violence against ethnic Bulgarians in North Macedonia"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's more reports about the Balkans.
It seems like the Germans want to trade through the ports and there is lawlessness.
(February 2, 2023)

It's like the British have so many kids, they make their own home such that a navy officer cannot live there. Wayne has four kids, and then all of Coleen's relatives show up. William has three kids and then all of Kate's relatives show up. The wealthy in London, their homes have so many relatives that the men themselves, it seems like they cannot be in real terms military officers.

"Bulgaria Should Join Schengen As Soon As Possible - Hungarian President" The Bulgarian news is reporting on the EU.
It seems like the EU is aggressively both recruiting and dictating policy now.
Maybe it's because the Germans want to trade through the ports in the Balkans.
(February 2, 2023)

Kate uses her office.
William wears his rope on his army uniform.
I always want to give the Royal Navy a low assessment because they ignore all of this Scottish everything in London.

"Day 344 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Russians hit Kramatorsk, Von der Leyen visits Kyiv" "The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and most of the European Commissioners arrived today for a visit to Ukraine. In Kyiv, they will talk with President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Ukrainian government, and an EU-Ukraine summit will be held tomorrow. For the first time, the entire European Commission is visiting Kyiv. The main topics that will be discussed are European financial, military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine, as well as the country's membership in the EU." "Andriy Chernyak, a representative of the main intelligence directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, says there are already signs that Russia is preparing for a new offensive to seize the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine."

This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the EU.
Maybe the German army does a lot with both Warsaw and Kiev.
It could mean there are right wingers in Berlin, Warsaw, and Kiev.
Notice this mention of the Ukrainian intelligence office.
Maybe they are right wingers or they might be friends with the German army.
(February 2, 2023)

"Jilted Singapore man sues woman for US$2.3 million for giving him 'emotional trauma'" This is another one about Singapore. It seems like a fake news story. Maybe the Germans put weird stories like this in the news with their computers.

"Singapore detains teenage Isis supporter for plotting three attacks" "Muhammad Irfan Danyal Mohamad Nor, who was self-radicalised, was arrested under Singapore's Internal Security Act in December"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe Singapore serves as a German navy tech hub.
This seems to be a report about the police in Singapore.
It's possible they use German-made police radios.
There are complaints about the police in Taipei and Hong Kong.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to Singapore also.
(February 1, 2023)

"Murder of Aleksandar Vucic and overthrowing Serbian government? Everything's revealed" "Member of Veljko Belivuk's criminal group and defendant-collaborator Srdjan Lalic continued to answer the accused's questions before the Special Court yesterday"
This is from the Serbian news. (February 1, 2023)

"WASHINGTON, February 1. /TASS/. The US authorities contradict themselves in remarks regarding the work of US biological labs in Ukraine, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans maintain biolabs.
During the Vietnam War the Pentagon had DOW Chemical.
Maybe the Pentagon maintains biolabs.
The Virginians are German immigrants.
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(February 1, 2023)

"Czech leader calls for using any chance of peace talks on Ukraine" "Retired Army General Pavel secured 58.32% of the votes in the Czech presidential election that ended on Saturday, seeing off his challenger Andrej Babis with 41.67%"
This is from the Russian news.
The Czechs seem to have German airbases.
The Prague PD sometimes resembles the German police.
(February 1, 2023)

"Ekaterina Zaharieva Takes Part in Joint Statement by Chairs of Foreign Affairs Committees of European Parliaments in Support of Ukraine"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
There are a lot of debates right now about weapons sent to Kiev.
Maybe it's corruption to send weapons to Kiev.
(February 1, 2023)

[Financier: In Bulgaria, We've been Using Euro, which is called Lev, in a ratio of 2 to 1 for 25 Years Now "The lev is attached to the euro, the exchange rate is fixed. In Bulgaria, we operate with the euro, which is called the lev in a ratio of 2 to 1 for 25 years - since the currency board was introduced." This is what Julian Voinov, a financier, said on Nova TV.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It speaks to the role of the German economy within the EU.
The Germans seem to use computers to benefit their own economy.
Maybe with exchange rates or trade.
It seems to be belligerent about trade with Germany.
(February 1, 2023)

"Jakarta condemns videos, urges public to report similar content and create material that does not take advantage of Indonesians' generosity"
This is from the Chinese news.
There have been reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
Maybe Jakarta has German police radios.
It's possible it's the same police radios as in Taipei and Hong Kong.
The Germans might holistically use Indonesian ports.
You wonder about energy trading and police radios.
(January 31, 2023)

"A major scandal: Discovered by accident, Kadyrov involved. The details are awful. According to some Ukrainian media, Russia is shattered by a major scandal after a memo from Russian NTV, which also mentions Kadyrov, was leaked to the public."
The Serbian news is reporting on Grozny.
This is just an interesting anecdote about the Chechens.
(January 31, 2023)

"MOSCOW, January 31. /TASS/. The Baltic countries and Poland are ready to do anything to provoke further confrontation with Russia thinking little of any repercussions, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Tuesday." The Russian news is talking about the Baltic Sea. Lubeck, Germany was an East German port. Maybe right wingers trade through these ports on the Baltic Sea. There have been recent reports about right wingers in Sweden.

There are historically, German immigrants that live in Ukraine. That is also true.

[WASHINGTON, January 31. /TASS/. Kirill Budanov, head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, admitted there are agents in Russia who engage in terrorist activities. Budanov said in an interview with the Washington Post released on Tuesday that there were people on Russian soil who planted explosives and that this threat would remain "until the territorial integrity of Ukraine is restored." The Ukrainian intelligence chief also said that Kiev had been recruiting Russians, "people who understand that Russia should be different."]
This is from the Russian news.
It's just a story about the intelligence people in Ukraine.
"I speak Russian, which is similar to Ukrainian."
"Я говорю по-русски, который похож на украинский."

"Vazrazhdane issued on Tuesday a statement on Nagorno-Karabakh saying that 120,000 people and 30,000 children have been living in distress for 51 days because of the blockade of the Lachin corridor. Reading the declaration from the parliamentary rostrum, party leader Kostadin Kostadinov said that January 31 was the fifty-first day of the blockade of the Lachin corridor, the only road linking Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenia, through which 400 tons of supplies pass per day. Kostadinov said these are daily supplies for Nagorno-Karabakh's 120,000-strong population."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the Caucasus region.
Maybe the Turks are cyberattacking the Caucasus region.
They have sent infantrymen into Syria.
Maybe they also send infantrymen into the Caucasus region.
There are complaints that the Turks don't enforce their side of the border with Bulgaria.
(January 31, 2023)

[WCC and DB accuse the other parties of a Conspiracy against the Admission of Bulgaria to the Eurozone" The reason for the declaration read by him was the lack of a quorum at yesterday's meeting of the Economic Policy Committee, which was the reason why the changes in the Code were not accepted in the second reading. According to the petitioner, the Ministry of Finance, they are a condition for Bulgaria's negotiations to join the Eurozone, and according to the insurance industry and the rest of the people's representatives, they would lead to fraud, siphoning off companies and an increase in the price of the mandatory "Civil Liability" insurance due to the requirement that domestic insurers pay first for road accidents abroad, and only then to be able to dispute the claims.]
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe the Germans can use computers to manipulate the Bulgarian legislature.
There have been strange stories about not being able to form a mandate.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has some strange anecdotes.
Also there are reports about the border with Turkey.
Maybe the border uses German-made fence items.
(January 31, 2023)

"1MDB scandal: Malaysia PM Anwar tells Goldman Sachs to pay up on settlement"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe Kuala Lumpur is a German navy bank or something.
They use the banks for energy trading.
The Germans somehow use their computers, and the banks in Malaysia, and they benefit from energy trading.
There have been reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(January 30, 2023)

American English:
-There are drones in Tel Aviv and Tehran, maybe the Germans made them and maybe the Germans are sending radio signals to operate them.
-There are military operations in the Syrian desert.
-Maybe the Germans assist with the military research at these facilities.

I am writing about the British.
They write these reports. I guess they, in their conversations, correct each other so much that it's like they cannot write intelligence assessments because maybe what they said isn't right.
Kind of, the Germans sell warplanes. The Germans are firing space weapons.
Bright English.
American English is.
They are doing this, here.
The British have all of these other sentence forms. They cannot as Americans can write intelligence assessments about the army.

"The Russians are saying this about the Germans, that they are firing space weapons at Tehran."
"The Germans are likely exporting weapons to Tel Aviv."

"MOSCOW, January 29. /TASS/. Russia's embassy in Iran has offered sincere condolences over the victims of the powerful earthquake in northwestern Iran."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans caused this earthquake with a space weapon.
There have been reports about skirmishes between the Turks and Iranians.
It seems like the Germans fire space weapons and they can cause earthquakes.
(January 30, 2023)

It seems like the Turks want to claim Syrian cities, like the Iranians wanted to claim Fallujah during the Iran-Iraq war. #DC pic.twitter.com/LX7kbywy3C

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 30, 2023

"Iranian trucks come under attack on border between Syria and Iraq - TV" "It is noted that the attack caused material damage only" "CAIRO, January 30. /TASS/. A group of Iranian trucks carrying food aid for Syria came under fire in Abu Kamal near the border between Syria and Iraq late on Sunday, Al Hadath reported. According to the television channel, there were 25 trucks in the group, and the first four vehicles managed to cross the border. Unidentified attackers opened fire when the second group of three trucks approached the border crossing. Al Hadath reported some injuries, with ambulances rushing to the scene of the incident. According to Al Mayadeen television, the attack caused material damage only."
This is from the Russian news.
It's about the Iranian army.
Maybe there are military research facilities in the Syrian desert.
The Turkish army has been crossing the border into Syria because of counterterrorism operations.
Also, the Israelis have been sending warplanes into Syria.
This is a strange conflict now between Ankara, Tehran, and Tel Aviv.
(January 30, 2023)

"UPDATED Production Process for Bulgarian Batch of Fighter Aircraft Has Begun, Lockheed Martin Representative Says" The Bulgarian news is reporting on warplanes. Maybe the Germans make warplanes and sell them. (January 30, 2023)

"Israel strikes an Iranian Munitions Site with Targeted Drones" "Iranian officials said drones struck a munitions manufacturing facility in the central Iranian city of Isfahan overnight in what U.S. officials on Sunday said was an Israeli operation, the Wall Street Journal reported. Tehran initially did not claim responsibility for the attack and said there was only minor damage to the facility's roof. Iran's Defense Ministry also said several drones were shot down by Iran's surface-to-air defense system. According to multiple reports, it is unclear if any of the drones survived the operation."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the Iranian army.
Notice the mention of both drones and surface to air missiles.
Maybe right wingers trade through the ports in Tel Aviv.
It's possible the Germans send radio signals to the Israelis about drones.
Maybe these are German-made drones.
(January 30, 2023)

The surveillance teams are right wingers. They are Virginians and Prussian immigrants. They work closely with the German army because of NATO. They seem to misuse the police radios. They watch the civilian agents. For no reason really.
It has become that they watch them closely, but this keeps the agents awake at night, and so the civilian agents sleep a lot.
And so the surveillance teams end up staring at a dark room for hours on end. (January 30, 2023)

The PLA does secretive operations in Burma and the Germans send weaponry to the ports. "Myanmar coup anniversary: 'Hatred of junta' mounts as military ruler Min Aung Hlaing plans polls"
(January 29, 2023)

"Police suspect a man in Japan was also in the gang after a person charged with robbery said he met an individual employing the Luffy username in Tokyo"
This is from the Chinese news.
It's about the Tokyo PD.
Maybe there are right wingers in the Tokyo police departments.
It's possible the Germans send Tokyo police radios.
Tokyo has military academies, for example.
(January 28, 2023)

It seems like a dumb location for anything tech hub. Maybe the German navy uses it weirdly for their ships. Singapore.

"Lazada, founded in 2012 and headquartered in Singapore, is one of Southeast Asia's largest e-commerce platforms" The Chinese news is reporting on Singapore.
Maybe Singapore serves as a German navy tech hub.
This is an example of a strange story.
Maybe it's fake news and the Germans are using their computers to spread strange news stories.
Because Singapore is so small and it's a remote location.
(January 28, 2023)

"DUESSELDORF Half of all flights from Dusseldorf cancelled due to strike" "STRIKES UPDATE: German postal workers to continue strike on Friday" The German news is reporting on labor strikes. It's been suggested that the Germans are using computers to falsely describe their own economy as healthy. They have been for a long time complaining about inflation and energy problems. Now there are these reports about labor strikes in Germany. Maybe they are like, printing notes or something. Some kind of computer effort to make the German economy to look healthier than it is. (January 28, 2023)

["Ji Chaoqun: Chinese engineer jailed for eight years for spying in US" A Chinese engineer has been jailed for eight years for spying in the US, in a case linked to Chinese efforts to steal aviation trade secrets. Ji Chaoqun, 31, had identified scientists and engineers for possible recruitment, according to the US Department of Justice. He also enlisted in the US Army Reserves and lied to recruiters. US authorities said Ji worked under the direction of a key Chinese state intelligence unit. Last September he was convicted for acting as an agent of a foreign government without notifying the US attorney-general - a charge used in espionage cases - and of making false statements to the US Army."] The BBC is reporting on Beijing. Notice this mention of Beijing stealing American scientific and military secrets. (January 28, 2023)

["Two Indian military jets crash, one pilot killed" New Delhi (AFP) - Two Indian Air Force fighter jets crashed Saturday, killing one pilot, in an apparent mid-air collision while on exercises south of the capital New Delhi. The crash involved a Russian-made Sukhoi Su-30, carrying two pilots, and a French-built Mirage 2000, operated by a third. Both aircraft had taken off in the morning from the Gwalior air base, around 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of where they came down. "The aircraft were on routine operational flying training mission," the country's air force said in a statement, adding that one of the three pilots had sustained fatal injuries. An investigation was underway to determine the cause of the crash, it added. Police officer Dharmender Gaur told AFP from the scene of the crash that another pilot had been found alive but injured in the forests of Padargarh around 300 kilometres (185 miles).]
This is from France24. Maybe the Germans send radios to New Delhi. It's possible the Germans used a cyberattack to crash this plane. The newspapers have been reporting on the Indian army. There have been some clashes on the border with China. (January 28, 2023)

"He argued Duterte government was already looking into the deaths of suspects during an anti-drug crackdown under the former president"
This one is about Manila.
Maybe the German navy sends weaponry to Manila.
They have a military academy and a European-like army command structure.
(January 27, 2023)

"Rasmus Paludan, a convicted Danish-Swedish racist who heads a Danish far-right party, burned copy of the Koran on January 21 in front of Turkey's embassy in Sweden" The Chinese news has this up.
Notice the mention of right wingers in Scandinavia.
Lubeck, Germany is a port on the Baltic Sea.
Maybe there are right wingers who trade through Lubeck.
It's possible right wingers are on German navy ships in the South China Sea.
(January 27, 2023)

#DC Maybe New Delhi needs fewer infantrymen pic.twitter.com/dOiarywxxj

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 27, 2023

Both Warsaw and Berlin have the same tanks. Maybe there is right winger coordination between the Polish and German tank units #DC pic.twitter.com/dIZ41eYWwT

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 27, 2023