Manchester Labor About Me

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.
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Manchester and Dublin

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

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 27, 2023

"Learning at work"
The locals are weird about learning. They don't have good schools here, really. There is Penn in Philadelphia, but there aren't Ivy League schools or large state schools near DC.
At the gym once, I met the gym director and she'd gotten all of these scuba diving certifications. That is an example of how she learned something.
The locals have a goal sometimes, of learning to do something.
It is true that from the beginning, the on paper of the EU made it apart and inherently separate from the American economy. That is an example of modern history, how everyone agrees that is right. I learned that in school.
This example from the Bulgarian news today.

"EU Commissioner Rejected the Idea of Financing a Fence along the Bulgarian-Turkish Border" "European Union interior ministers discussed on Thursday ways to curb illegal immigration and return more migrants amid a surge in arrivals following lows during the pandemic, Reuters reported. The agency notes that controversial ideas about border fences and centers for asylum seekers outside Europe have been revived. European Commissioner for Internal Affairs Ylva Johansson has rejected the request of Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer for financing the additional construction of the fence along the Bulgarian-Turkish border."

I haven't 'learned' anything from this, other than I am reading that the EU is active now in this border fence dispute. I already know, I think, that the border has German trade union people and German-made fence items. This is one perspective of what is going on at the border between Ankara and Sophia.

What I already know is that the Turks aren't enforcing their side, and yet their army is in all of these other foreign countries.
Why are the Turks allowed to send infantrymen into Syria and the Caucasus region, if they aren't enforcing this border with Bulgaria?
It seems like lawlessness and that the Turkish army is out of control.

Washington, DC
January 27, 2023

Yeah but Princess Kate likes to make babies with William.
The EU is active now in this border dispute between Turkey and Bulgaria.
The Germans export border fence items.
Yeah but Coleen likes making babies with Wayne.

"U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo refused to answer questions" "Ambassador of the United States of America at the so-called Kosovo Jeffrey Hovenier refused to answer journalists' questions about the latest events in Kosovo."
This is the Serbian news.
It seems like Kosovo lets Germany use their airbases and this allows for the Germans to trade though the ports in the Balkans.
(January 27, 2023)

"Russian diplomat wants Germany's clarifications on Berlin's status in Ukraine conflict" "Earlier, Germany's Foreign Ministry said providing assistance to Kiev did not make Berlin party to the conflict in Ukraine"
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans are right wingers.
The Germans could have bases in Ukraine.
Maybe they are firing weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
(January 27, 2023)

"WARSAW, January 27. /TASS/. Western countries should give Ukraine all the weapons it needs regardless of their range, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Pawel Jablonski said on Friday."
Maybe there are right wingers in the Polish army.
The Germans might work closely with the Polish army.
(January 27, 2023)

"Interior Minister Participates in Meeting of Justice and Home Affairs Council in Stockholm"
There have been reports about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe there are right wingers at the German ports on the Baltic Sea.
(January 27, 2023)

"EU Commissioner Rejected the Idea of Financing a Fence along the Bulgarian-Turkish Border" "European Union interior ministers discussed on Thursday ways to curb illegal immigration and return more migrants amid a surge in arrivals following lows during the pandemic, Reuters reported. The agency notes that controversial ideas about border fences and centers for asylum seekers outside Europe have been revived. European Commissioner for Internal Affairs Ylva Johansson has rejected the request of Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer for financing the additional construction of the fence along the Bulgarian-Turkish border."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the border between Turkey and Bulgaria.
It seems like the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border, but they have their army in Syria and maybe the Caucasus region.
Maybe they use German-made items for the border fence.
It could be German labor unions who work at the border.
(January 27, 2023)

"Serbia is conditioned" "Within the EU, there are no talks about terminating negotiations with Serbia, said the rapporteur of the European Parliament (EP) for Serbia, Vladimir Bilcik." This one is about the EU. It seems like the Germans want to use the ports in Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia. (January 26, 2023)

What does that mean that this French guy said that about Zelensky?
What does that mean the Russians are auding these oil and gas companies?
It means that the Germans maintain bases or trade unions in Ukraine.
And that the Germans take too much energy for their military.

"Ministry of Energy on agreement with Gazprom: 'Sovereignty is not threatened'"
This is from the Tashkent news. It's more about maybe the Germans are using too much energy for their army. Maybe somehow the Germans use computers and they can steal or whatever gas and oil for their military.
(January 26, 2023)

"MOSCOW, January 26. /TASS/. The Ukrainian military made unsuccessful attempts to employ combat aircraft to halt the Russian troop advance in Ugledar, adviser to the acting head of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) Yan Gagin said in a live broadcast on the Rossiya-1 television channel on Thursday." The Russian news is reporting on warplanes.
Maybe these are German-made warplanes.
It's not well known about how the Germans are assisting the Ukrainian air force.
(January 26, 2023)

Zelensky. He is like Navalny in that it's weird he has a wife. Right?
They are these political Slavic guys.
They both seem to be friends with the French or the Germans or something.
People say stuff about them.
Zelensky is so strange looking. He wears those t-shirts all of the time.

When it was the Australian Open 2023, you refused to let us just watch the tournament. We spent the whole week writing about ASEAN.
You also don't know what the Schengen agreement is.
You also don't follow funny stuff people say about Zelensky.

Do you know what the Schengen agreement is?
Have you heard similar comments about Zelensky, like this Frenchman is saying?
Are you aware that the Russians say Ukraine isn't behaving as a responsible modern nation-state in terms of providing public services, etc?

"MOSCOW, January 26. /TASS/. Florian Philippot, leader of France's The Patriots political party and former European Parliament member, has called Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky a 'madman' after he asked long-range missiles and warplanes from the West."
This one is from the Russian news.
Notice French people are commenting about Zelensky.
It does seem like he asks for a lot of weapons.
The extent to which Ukraine today behaves as a nation-state.
(January 26, 2023)

"UPDATED National Assembly Chair in Rome: Bulgaria Has Met All Conditions for Joining Schengen" "During his working visit to Rome, National Assembly Chair Vezhdi Rashidov met with the President of the Senate of the Italian Republic, Ignazio La Russa, Parliament reported on Wednesday. At the meeting, Rashidov stressed that Bulgaria has met all the conditions for its accession to Schengen and is grateful for Italy's support. Rashidov emphasized that Bulgaria joining the Schengen area would lead to an overall increased security in the EU."
This one is about the EU.
Maybe the Germans want people to join the Schengen agreement.
It seems to be about group trade and German exports.
Maybe it's a communist or right winger group.
(January 26, 2023)

"US State Department avoids commenting on India's ban of documentary critical of Modi"
This is from the Chinese news.
Maybe it means the Germans send New Delhi police radios.
It seems like the Germans use the ports in Sri Lanka.
Also, the zero COVID domestic policies in China and North Korea.
These are strange government policies that might be possible only by using German radio technology.
It speaks to German radio technology in Asia and the Germans using ports in the Indian Ocean.
(January 25, 2023)

[Air raid alerts across Ukraine, MiGs from Belarus took off; "New wave of aggression" The 335th day of the special military operation that Russia is conducting in Ukraine is underway.] This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe the Germans have warplanes that are active in the Ukrainian theater.
Maybe the German air force has right wingers.
(January 25, 2023)

"VILNIUS, January 25. /TASS/. Estonia is not planning to shut the Russian embassy in Tallinn, and its diplomatic mission in Moscow will also continue its work, Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said on Wednesday."
This one is about the Baltic Sea.
Maybe the German navy has right wingers.
Maybe the Germans have bases in the Baltic States.
Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are the Baltic States.
(January 25, 2023)

"BERLIN, January 25. /TASS/. The supply of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine will have a negative impact on the defense capability of Germany, the head of the Union of Bundeswehr military personnel, Andre Wuestner, said on the ZDF TV channel on Wednesday."
This one is about tanks and Germany.
Maybe the Germans have right wingers in their army.
Maybe the Bundestag knows there are right wingers around.
We're watching to see how people respond to these tanks.
This one isn't actually an event.
We are slowly, knowing how people are responding to these tanks.
Does that make sense?
This is one example of how people are responding to these German tanks in Ukraine.
(January 25, 2023)

"Russian parliament to investigate LUKoil Burgas" This is from the Bulgarian news. Maybe the Germans are taking too much energy for their military. (January 25, 2023)

"The Bulgarian Navy destroyed a floating mine discovered in the Black Sea on January 24, the Defence Ministry said Tuesday. The report of a floating object resembling a sea mine was received at the Navy headquarters at 5:05 pm on January 23 from the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre. The object was sighted 14.8 nautical miles east of Cape Kochan, by a Ukrainian-flagged motor vessel. The Navy's Hydrographic Service issued a navigational mine threat alert to notify ships sailing in Bulgarian maritime spaces."
This one is about a sea mine.
Maybe the Germans build sea mines and give them to Kiev.
(January 25, 2023)

"North Korea has ordered a Five-Day Lockdown in Pyongyang" "Authorities in North Korea have ordered a five-day lockdown in the capital Pyongyang due to an increase in cases of an unspecified respiratory illness, Reuters reported, citing a North Korean government statement. It did not mention anything about COVID-19, but said that residents of the capital were required to stay indoors until Sunday and that they should take their temperature several times a day, according to South Korean news portal NK News, which monitors news from the DPRK. Yesterday, South Korean media reported that Pyongyang residents had stocked up on goods in anticipation of tougher measures. It is not clear whether new lockdowns have been imposed in other areas of the country."
This is the Bulgarian news.
It is about North Korea.
Maybe the Germans send radio signals to Pyongyang about weapons tests.
Maybe the Germans send them weaponry.
It's possible both Beijing and Pyongyang use the same police radios.
These are strange domestic policies about the zero-COVID stuff.
Maybe German radio technology makes it possible to have these strange local government everything.
It seems like the zero COVID policies are German-like radio efforts.
(January 25, 2023)

At Texas, you read a LOT. The exams are multiple choice and short answer. And that's how they give out the right grades. They know who read and listened and learned.
The British intelligence people, they are into typing like Ewan McGregor in Black Hawk Down. But they don't kind of read and understand, like they really know a lot about what they are typing.
It's an effort of reading and understanding in silence, and then later if asked, typing.
It's a luxury they work in these offices and have these machines they type on. But they are too lazy to also read and understand a lot about what they're writing.

"ROSU special forces shot at the Serbs, opened fire on the Serbian vehicle" "Members of the special police unit of the so-called Kosovo, ROSU, opened fire today at the checkpoint on the Bistrica Bridge on the KM-Leposavic main road."
This is the Serbian news.
Maybe the Kosovars allow the Turks and Germans to use their bases.
That could explain these reports about army stuff there.
It could be German labor unions that train the Kosovo police.
(January 24, 2023)

"MOSCOW, January 24. /TASS/. Germany's defense company Rheinmetall said on Tuesday it may send as many as 139 Leopard tanks to Ukraine."
This is the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans are seeing right wingers in the army.
That could explain all of these reports about German tanks.
(January 24, 2023)

"Sofia acquaints the EU about the deteriorating situation of Bulgarians in North Macedonia"
This is the Bulgarian news.
Again, it seems like the Germans are wanting to use these ports in the Balkans.
Maybe that explains this tension in North Macedonia.
It speaks to general unrest in Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia about right wingers.
(January 24, 2023)

[The Tuesday meeting of the Parliamentary Committee for of the Security Services, the Application and use of the Special Intelligence Means and the Data Access under the Electronic Communications Act failed due to lack of quorum. The MPs had to hear State Agency for National Security (SANS) chairman Plamen Tonchev, National Service for Protection (NSP) head Emil Tonev, and the deputy Justice Minister on the case with the security of former Prime Minister Kiril Petkov.]
This is the Bulgarian news.
Maybe they use German-made police radios.
There are complaints about the border with Turkey.
The Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border, maybe.
Maybe the Turks use German-made police radios also.
(January 24, 2023)

"Serbia has received an ultimatum from leading Western countries to normalize relations with Kosovo, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic. In an address broadcast on national television, Serbia's president, Aleksandar Vucic, said he had been presented with a proposal to resolve tensions with Kosovo." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kosovo.
Maybe the EU is wanting Germany to trade through ports in the Balkans.
It could be right wingers using the ports.
Is that why they are pressuring Belgrade about Kosovo?
It's not fair for them to choose this topic, so they can use those ports.
(January 24, 2023)

"Is Japan's Yoshihide Suga planning a comeback as PM Fumio Kishida's approval rating sinks?"
This is from the Chinese news.
It's about the Japanese Diet.
Maybe there are right wingers in the Japanese Diet.
It's possible the Japanese military or the military academies are right wingers.
Maybe the Germans are sending them weaponry.
Maybe the Germans are using computers to manipulate the parliament.
(January 23, 2023)

"Vucic: The only thing I can say is that I did my best to protect Serbia VIDEO" "Special envoys of five countries arrived in Belgrade to meet with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic." The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. There are talks about Kosovo. It seems like the Germans want to trade through ports in the Balkans. Maybe Kosovo lets the Germans use their bases. (January 23, 2023)

"TEHERAN, January 23. /TASS/. Relations between Russia and Iran are developing dynamically on the basis of decisions taken by their presidents and the national parliaments now need to convert them into laws, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said at a meeting with the Speaker of Iran's Islamic Consultative Assembly Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf in Tehran on Monday."
This one is about Tehran.
There might be military research facilities in the Syrian desert.
There are reports of Iranian soldiers in Syria.
Also, the Turks send soldiers into Syria.
(January 23, 2023)

"STOCKHOLM, January 23. /TASS/. The Finnish Defense Ministry is set to make a decision soon about the purchase of Israeli air defense systems, the Helsingin Sanomat newspaper reported on Sunday." This is from the Russian news. Maybe the ports in Tel Aviv are used by right wingers. There are reports right now about right wingers in Sweden. (January 23, 2023)

"Skopje demands renaming of the Bulgarian clubs in North Macedonia" "North Macedonia's Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, in an interview with bTV, said that the Bulgarian cultural clubs in North Macedonia should change their names according to the law adopted by Skopje censoring the names of cultural institutions. According to Osmani, names from the "fascist period" of history should not be used."
This one is about the Balkans.
Notice the mention of fascism.
Maybe the Germans are wanting to trade through ports in the Balkans.
(January 23, 2023)

Coach Rooney likes it with his wife.
Captain Harry likes it with his wife.

"Vazrazhdane Party Asks President, PM to Include Trade Unions in Resilience Plan Negotiations" "A press conference of Vazrazhdane was held in BTA Stara Zagora on Sunday. It was attended by Iskra Mihaylova, MP, and Daniel Prodanov, regional coordinator of the party. They announced that Vazrazhdane is asking President Rumen Radev and caretaker Prime Minister Galab Donev to include the trade unions CITUB and Podkrepa in the group that will negotiate with the European Commission potential revisions of Bulgaria's Recovery and Resilience Plan to preserve coal-fired power plants."
The Bulgarian news is reporting on trade unions.
Maybe there are German labor unions in Bulgaria.
There have been issues raised about the border with Turkey.
Maybe there are German labor unions that manage projects like that.
They might use German-made hardware.
(January 23, 2023)

"Day 334 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Germany will Not Stop Poland from Sending Leopard Tanks" "The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, said that a new offensive by the Russian Federation could be launched in any direction. In an interview with Germany's ARD television, he noted that there is now a big gap between Ukraine's and Russia's worldviews, as Putin thinks about where to attack and Ukrainians where to defend. Meanwhile, Poland has requested to create an alliance of countries willing to send Leopard battle tanks to Kyiv." (January 23, 2023)

This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about tanks.
Warsaw might have right wingers.
Maybe the Germans use bases in Poland.
The Germans could trade through Polish ports.
Notice the mention of Germany's ARD division.
Maybe they are right wingers.

There exists between the Americans and the British about command structure. The Americans are different about orders within the army. Different people give and receive orders within the two armies.
"Doesn't he have a wife and little kids?"

I was born in 1983. Austin, Texas is my hometown. When I was little, the Dallas Cowboys won the Super Bowl three times. 1992, 1993, 1995. The quarterback had gone to Oklahoma University. I took it as a given that the Dallas Cowboys always win the Super Bowl. Troy Aikman was the quarterback.
They haven't won since then.
The Cowboys keep hiring these quarterbacks from other parts of the country. And they don't come anywhere close to winning.
Dak Prescott is the current quarterback. He went to Mississippi State. That's like swamp and they speak creole. You wonder about everyone's diet over there. They might speak some kind of dialect of French swamp lingo.
The playoffs are this minute. The Cowboys are playing out in San Francisco. It's the third quarter. No touchdowns yet. It's 9-9 in the third quarter.
(January 22, 2023)

"Sri Lanka says China willing to back debt restructuring plan" "Sri Lanka is 'on track' to meet IMF requirements, will reach out to lender to affirm whether assurances are enough to set in motion the bailout programme"
Sri Lanka.
This is a small island in the Indian Ocean.
They seem to have a lot of military hardware.
Maybe the Germans send them weapons.
They are a unique case that they seem like huge and like they have military training.
Maybe the Germans use the ports in Sri Lanka.
It's possible the Germans assist the government in Sri Lanka about trade.
They could use computers to make the economy there look healthy.
(January 22, 2023)

"Indonesian President Jokowi's approval rating at all-time high after Covid-19 curbs eased: poll"
This is from the Chinese news.
Jakarta and Bali are cities in Indonesia.
There are reports about the German navy near Indonesia.
We have photos of the ships.
Indonesia is an energy exporter.
The concern is if the Germans use too much energy for their navy.
Maybe they are bringing weapons to North Korea, for example.
Also police radios to Taiwan, Macau, and Hong Kong for example.
This might be an example of fake news.
It could be a German cyberattack that put this story up about the Indonesian president.
(January 22, 2023)

"PM Lee Hsien Loong confident Singapore can avert recession in Year of the Rabbit despite global uncertainties" "The prime minister said 'we should be able to avoid this recession, but we will still have to look at China and how they resume activities'" "Lee also called on Singapore to make the most of its advantages to overcome economic challenges"
This one is about Singapore and the economy. Maybe the German navy uses the ports in Singapore. It's possible the Germans use cyberattacks or whatever to benefit the Singapore economy. It's financial weird about the German navy and using those ports. Maybe Singapore serves as a German tech hub. (January 21, 2023)

"US, Philippines vow to address 'flashpoints' in boost to security ties" "Manila hosted dialogue with its top defence ally as part of efforts to restore a seven-decade partnership that was unsettled by Rodrigo Duterte" "Bound by a 1951 mutual defence treaty, the two countries agreed to hold talks in mid-2023 that would allow their governments to 'plan ahead'"
This one is about military hardware and exports. Also, energy. There have been reports about energy trading in Manila. Maybe the German navy uses too much energy to send weaponry and police radios to Manila. Maybe there are right wingers in Manila. (January 21, 2023)

Maybe the Turkish army is cyberattacking the Caucasus region and that��s why there was a fire at this military base. #DC #Ankara

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 21, 2023

"Alvin Chau: Macau gambling kingpin jailed for 18 years"
This one is about the police in Hong Kong and Macau.
Maybe they use German-made police radios.
(January 21, 2023

[Turkiye eliminates 11 YPG/PKK terrorists after rocket attack The Turkish military eliminated 11 YPG/PKK terrorists in retaliation for rockets fired into the Turkiye-Syria border area, the Defense Ministry said Friday. "PKK/YPG terrorists carried out a multi-barrel rocket attack from Tal Rifaat to the area of our Oncupinar Border Post. While there was no damage/loss in our units, the terrorist targets were hit strongly within the scope of self-defense," the ministry said in a written statement. Any attack by the terrorists will not remain unanswered, it reiterated.]
The Turkish news is reporting on the PKK.
Essentially they are saying they will continue with their counterterrorism stuff maybe even in Syria.
The Turkish army has been crossing the border into Syria.
(January 21, 2023)

This one is about the German economy.
There have been reports about inflation and energy problems.
Maybe the Germans are printing notes or something.
There is some maneuvering or something about the German economy.
It's from the German news.
"REVEALED: How property prices in Germany are sinking dramatically" "According to the latest survey from property portal ImmoScout24, German cities saw a major drop in house prices at the end of last year. Could the downward spiral continue in 2023?" (January 21, 2023)

This one is from France24.
It's about the Caucasus region.
There is a humanitarian crisis and protesters.
Maybe the Turkish army is cyberattacking all three countries in the Caucasus region.
Russia is to the north.
Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia are in the Caucasus region.
["Thousands of Armenians trapped in Nagorno-Karabakh face humanitarian crisis" The Lachin corridor, the lifeline road connecting the self-proclaimed republic of Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenia, has been blocked by Azerbaijiani protesters since December 12, trapping its 120,000 Armenian residents in an increasingly precarious situation. FRANCE 24's Armenia correspondent Taline Oundjian reports. For the past 40 days, Azerbaijani protesters wielding placards and flags have blocked the Lachin corridor, a 32-kilometre mountainous road that connects Armenia with the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh in the South Caucasus. Day and night, Azerbaijiani protesters demonstrate against the exploitation of natural resources in the region, blocking access to Nagorno-Karabakh and cutting off food, medicine and supplies for its 120,000 Armenian residents. The tiny, mountainous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh became a self-proclaimed and independent republic during the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. It is internationally recognised as part of Azerbaijan but its population is predominantly Armenian. The blockade risks scuppering the fragile peace process between the two countries, which have fought two wars in the past three decades. Armenia accuses Azerbaijan of being behind the protests, saying the demonstrators are government agitators and that they are sparking an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. But Baku has denied the accusations, saying that Russian peacekeepers closed the road, and that the protesters are concerned about illegal Armenian mining in the area.] (January 21, 2023)

This one is about right wingers in Scandinavia. Lubeck, Germany was an East German port. Maybe there are right wingers who trade through Lubeck. Maybe the German navy has right wingers. It's from France24.
[Turkey cancels Swedish defence minister's visit over protest permit Turkey said on Saturday that it had called off a visit by Sweden's defence minister over a planned anti-Turkey protest in Stockholm. "At this point, Swedish Defence Minister Pal Jonson's visit to Turkey on January 27 has lost its significance and meaning, so we cancelled the visit," Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said. The Swedish minister visit was aimed at overcoming Ankara's objections to Sweden's bid to join the NATO military alliance. Turkey has been angered by permission obtained by a right-wing extremist to demonstrate later on Saturday in front of the Turkish embassy in the Swedish capital. The Danish-Swedish politician, Rasmus Paludan, whose anti-Islamist actions sparked riots across Sweden last year, has expressed his intention to "burn the Koran", Islam's holy book, during his protest on Saturday. Turkey had on Friday summoned Sweden's ambassador to "condemn this provocative action which is clearly a hate crime -- in strongest terms," a diplomatic source said. This is the second time in more than a week that Sweden's ambassador to Turkey was summoned. Last week, he was called to answer for a video posted by a Kurdish group in Stockholm that depicted President Recep Tayyip Erdogan swinging by his legs from a rope. Sweden, along with neighbouring Finland, needs Turkey's consent to join NATO. Both countries dropped decades of military non-alignment last year when they applied to join the Western defence alliance in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Ankara says any progress depends on Swedish steps to extradite people it accuses of terrorism or of having played a part in the 2016 coup attempt against Erdogan. Turkey argues that Sweden has not done enough to crack down on Kurdish groups that Ankara views as "terrorist."] (January 21, 2023)

Smart to dumb to dumb
The British intelligence people's relay isn't great. They have Irish and Scottish English guys. But it's new for them about reading a lot and reports. And then the other group is married with a bunch of kids.

I can read your languages. The Czech PD and the Warsaw PD. You guys are right wingers and you trade through ports in the Balkans. #DC

"Media: Vucic will be given an ultimatum" "According to the media, the representatives of the big five, coming to Belgrade today will deliver an ultimatum to the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic."
It's possible the EU is putting a lot of pressure on Belgrade about Kosovo. Maybe the Germans want to trade through ports in the Balkans. (January 20, 2023)

It's possible the EU is putting a lot of pressure on #Belgrade about Kosovo. Maybe the Germans want to trade through ports in the Balkans. #DC

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 20, 2023

I also speak Russian.
This is about the German intelligence people. Maybe they are right wingers. It's the Russian news reporting on the Stasi. "BERLIN, January 20. /TASS/. The Foreign Intelligence Service of the Federal Republic of Germany (BND) submitted a report to Bundestag delegates this week which indicates that the losses of the Ukrainian army in the vicinity of Artyomovsk (Bakhmut) are in the triple digits, Der Spiegel reported on Friday."
We don't take West Germany very seriously, it's the East Germans who speak Russian.
"Probably, still east Germany."
"Наверное, еще восточная Германия."
(January 20, 2023)

"BELGRADE, January 20. /TASS/. The conflict in Kosovo and Metohija cannot be resolved by freezing it, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday."
This is just a nice story about President Vucic. It's in the Russian news. (Give the Russians a hard time, maybe they don't follow events in Serbia as closely as we do.) (January 20, 2023)

Kind of there were dudes, and they descended on Gerard Butler's plane in the Philippines. I guess they were dudes and they had trucks and machine guns.

The Germans are responsible for lawlessness at the ports in the Balkans.
This means maybe it is the Germans because it's like such big deal about this guy and it's a remote part of the world.
"Hristiyan Pendikov, who was attacked in Ohrid, transported to Sofia onboard government plane" (January 20, 2023)

The genre of 'crazy sh$t about the Turks'.

It seems like the Turks are not enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria. They send their army into Syria and the Caucasus region instead. #DC #Ankara "President Radev, Austrian Chancellor Nehammer to Get Acquainted with Security Measures at EU's External Border with Turkiye"

It seems like the Turks are not enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria. They send their army into Syria and the Caucasus region instead. #DC #Ankara

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 20, 2023

"The State Sent a Plane to transport the Bulgarian Beaten in North Macedonia for treatment in Bulgaria"
This one is about the Balkans. It might be general misconduct or lawlessness at the ports in the Balkans. Bosnia, Albania, and Croatia have strategic ports. Maybe the Germans trade there. (January 20, 2023)

"Xiaomi dethroned in India in fourth quarter by Samsung, Vivo after five years as top smartphone brand" "Xiaomi shipments in India tumbled 40 per cent year on year in the fourth quarter after intensifying government scrutiny and a raid on its offices" "The Chinese smartphone maker remained the top brand for all of 2022 despite having the steepest decline in shipments at 26 per cent"
This one has to do with smart phones. Maybe the Germans assist the Chinese to build police radios. It speaks to domestic infrastructure and police radios. Do the Germans export that kind of stuff to Beijing or New Delhi? (January 20, 2023)

These two articles are both from today. One is about tanks and the other warplanes. It seems like the Germans assist the PLA to build both tanks and warplanes. (January 20, 2023)

It seems like the German navy sends weaponry to Sri Lanka. Maybe they send police radios to Sri Lanka. There are reports about the German navy near #Jakarta.

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 20, 2023

"Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is in Davos, where he is participating in the 53rd annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF)."
This one is about largescale trade.
Maybe the Germans trade through ports in the Balkans.
(January 19, 2023)

"DONETSK, January 19. /TASS/. A captured militant of the Azov nationalist battalion (outlawed in Russia), Rinat Aliev, told TASS that NATO instructors had participated in the military training of Ukraine's armed forces long before the Donbass conflict escalated."
This one is from the Russian news.
Maybe it means there are right wingers within NATO.
The Germans have too much say about NATO.
(January 19, 2023)

"Timing of appointment of Russia's envoy to EU depends on readiness of Brussels - diplomat" "On September 26, 2021, President Vladimir Putin has relieved Vladimir Chizhov of his duties as Russian permanent representative to the EU"
This one is about trade.
Maybe the Germans send weaponry when they're supposed to be sending other items.
Like the Ukraine grain deal.
It's about largescale foreign trade and weapons exports from Germany.
(January 19, 2023)

"Yordan Tsonev: The third cabinet-forming mandate is not doomed to failure if the parties engage in dialogue"
This one is about the Bulgarian parliament.
Maybe the Germans can use cyberattacks to manipulate the Bulgarian parliament.
(January 19, 2023)

"Sofia Expresses Condolences after Ukraine Helicopter Crash" "Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Milkov offered condolences to his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba on Wednesday after the three main figures in Ukraine's Internal Affairs Ministry were killed in a helicopter crash beside a nursery in an eastern suburb of the capital Kyiv, Milkov's ministry reported."
This one is about Ukraine.
A helicopter crashed.
Maybe the Germans cyberattacked the helicopter and that's why it crashed.
(January 19, 2023)

Germany is a member of NATO.
Maybe they shouldn't be.
Sometimes they don't pay their NATO dues.
The German army seems really large now.
Maybe there are right wingers in Germany and NATO.
Maybe Germany shouldn't have leadership positions within NATO.
[Day 330 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Germany is unwilling to Send Tanks for now Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours: "There are no accidents during war": Zelensky on the helicopter crash that decapitated the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior "There are no accidents in war." This is how Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky commented on the helicopter crash near Kyiv, in which the leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the country was killed. Among the dead are Minister Denys Monastyrsky, First Deputy Minister Evgeni Enin and State Secretary Yuriy Lubkovich.] (January 19, 2023)

I am not stupid. They are radically anti-American at times. They really hurt my feelings. They are your aunts and cousins over there.

The British always side against the Americans and with the Australians in every dispute. They only side with Canberra, they never side with Washington, DC. I tell them the Australians are closer relatives.

"MOSCOW, January 18. /TASS/. The Western countries are trying to create blocs against Russia and China in the Asia-Pacific Region (APR), Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a press conference on the results of Russian diplomacy in 2022 on Wednesday."
This one is about the German navy.
Maybe the Germans do too much with their navy in the Pacific.
(January 18, 2023)

"BEIJING, January 18. /TASS/. NATO is trying to inflate the so-called Russia threat to justify its existence, China's Global Times newspaper said in an editorial on Wednesday."
This one is about NATO.
Maybe the Germans do too much within NATO.
Maybe it's right wingers in NATO.
The German military seems to be really large now.
(January 18, 2023)

["Syrian Citizen Detained for Offering EUR 10,000 Bribe to Police Officers" A Syrian citizen was detained in Sofia for offering to bribe police officers, the Ministry of the Interior informed BTA on Wednesday. On Tuesday night, around 1:30 am in Sofia centre, while trying to avoid a police check, the man planted EUR 10,000 into the car of the law enforcement authorities. He was detained immediately for 24 hours. The man was field tested for drugs and tested positive. The alcohol test was negative." ]
This one again is about the border between Bulgaria and Turkey.
Maybe the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border.
(January 18, 2023)

[A Syrian Man who tried to Bribe Traffic Police Officers with nearly 10,000 Euros was Arrested in Bulgaria A 23-year-old Syrian man was detained after he attempted to bribe traffic police officers in Sofia with nearly 10,000 euros. The arrest was made around one o'clock this morning on "Maria Luiza" boulevard in Sofia. After an argument between the young man who was driving a car and people who were driving in another car, a traffic police team came to the scene. When the police tried to carry out an inspection, the Syrian citizen threw two bundles of five thousand euros into the patrol car. He was then detained. The man refused an alcohol and drug test. He was detained together with the people from the other car. The case is being clarified.]
This one.
It is about the police in Bulgaria and a Syrian immigrant.
The border with Turkey isn't being policed.
The complaint is that the Turks aren't enforcing their side of the border.
(January 18, 2023)

I'm writing about Canberra.
I have never been to Australia.
I would never go to Australia.
I have never wanted to go to Australia.
It has to do with the nature of Boston and New England within the empire.
There is a sense that the Americans and Australians have common military goals.
We do.
Both of us came from England.
But, the Australians seem to not understand Boston and its role in the empire.
When I meet people from Australia here in Washington, DC.
Occasionally I will meet someone I think is really likeable.
They do not see in me, like someone who is important within the empire.
I can ask them to dinner, they won't go.
I can ask them to hang out at all, they don't want to.
Yeah but I'm the station chief.
My grandpa studied at Oxford.
January 18, 2023

Oh Jeez. I have to get the vaccine now. Uggh.

["It's confirmed: Derecognition of Kosovo is definite" "President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, today received the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and Diaspora of the Republic of Togo, Robert Dussey."] The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo. It seems like there are airbases in Kosovo that manage regional trade. (January 17, 2023)

[Ukrainian presidential aide Arestovich steps down On the evening of January 14, Alexey Arestovich said that part of a residential building in Dnepropetrovsk had collapsed because a projectile shot down by Ukrainian air defenses fell on it KIEV, January 17. /TASS/. Ukrainian Presidential Aide Alexey Arestovich has announced his resignation. "I have written a notice of relinquishing my position. I would like to set an example of civilized behavior: a fundamental error [was made], this means resignation," he wrote on his Facebook page (owned by the US-based corporation Meta, outlawed as an extremist organization in Russia) on Tuesday. On the evening of January 14, Arestovich said that part of a residential building in Dnepropetrovsk had collapsed because a projectile shot down by Ukrainian air defenses fell on it. Following this, he was sharply criticized by Ukrainian society.] The Russian news is reporting on Kiev. I guess even the Ukrainians are saying the Ukrainian army is partially responsible for damage to infrastructure. (January 17, 2023)

Sir, I will remind you.
Weren't they mean to the Serbian PM when she called?
Last year they didn't even let Novak play at all in the Australian Open. It's unethical to watch some of this stuff. I didn't watch it after they said Novak couldn't play.

Last year at the Wimbledon tournament. Novak won. But Kate was there with George and it was like England has a child king. Because didn't George oversee the tournament or something? Coleen Rooney was there in her bathing suit.
I'm saying these aren't consistent with American values about these tennis tournaments.

"Marijuana Smuggling Prevented at Kapitan Andreevo Border Crossing" "Two Bulgarian nationals have been charged with attempting to smuggle 4.820 kg of marijuana from Bulgaria into Turkey, the Haskovo District Prosecution Office said on Tuesday. The men, identified as Z.D., 35, and H.A., 46, carried the drug in 16 vacuum-sealed bags that were hidden in the spare tyre of their Ford Galaxy motor car. The marijuana was found during a customs inspection of the vehicle at the Kapitan Andreevo Checkpoint on Bulgaria's border with Turkey on January 15. The suspects are held in custody for 72 hours, and the car has been impounded. Pre-trial proceedings have been instituted in the case." This one. There is a border between Turkey and Bulgaria. I guess the Turks haven't been enforcing their side of the border. Now it's Bulgarian people who are being arrested. They are supposed to more enforce immigration coming from the south.
(January 17, 2023)

"One of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's top advisers has asked to be fired after a statement that sparked widespread outrage, Ukrainian media reported this morning. Commenting on a Russian missile strike on an apartment block in the city of Dnipro on January 14, 2022, which killed dozens of civilians, Oleksii Arestovych said the missile hit the building after being hit by a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile."
This one. Ukraine is near Russia. Kiev is the capital of Ukraine.
Zelensky is the President of Ukraine. He has an advisor.
I guess Zelensky's staff are saying that the Ukrainians themselves are partially responsible for damage to infrastructure. Somehow this one had to do with a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile.
(January 17, 2023)

#DC The PLAN thinks as they like they can conduct live fire drills near American ships #Beijing

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 16, 2023

I think it means that they are firing at our ships. I guess if they war dance then that's not firing. I believe it's the same as incoming. #DC

[South China Sea: PLA strike group holds live-fire drills after US warships enter region Flotilla led by Chinese-made Shandong aircraft carrier performs 'confrontational exercises' as US Navy carries out training and anti-submarine activities Defence experts say Beijing forced to be vigilant as Lunar New Year approaches because military tensions tend to escalate during festival periods A Chinese aircraft carrier strike group has conducted intensive live-fire drills in the South China Sea since the US Navy sent its USS Nimitz strike group to the area last week. The flotilla is led by the Shandong, China's first domestically built aircraft carrier, and includes a Type 055 stealth guided-missile destroyer and three guided-missile destroyers. The strike group began a series of confrontational drills in the South China Sea last week, the PLA Navy said on its WeChat account on Sunday. Defence experts say that with Lunar New Year approaching, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is on high alert because the US and China have intensified military confrontations in the region during major festivals. Loaded with dozens of J-15 fighter jets, the Shandong carrier took part in live-fire confrontational exercises, night take-off and landing, emergency response, joint operations between different vessels, damage control and other drills, the Chinese navy said. The drills came as the US Navy's 7th fleet announced on Friday that the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group had conducted its first routine South China Sea operations of the year, including maritime strike training, flight operations and anti-submarine activities. Zhou Chenming, a researcher at the Beijing-based Yuan Wang military science and technology think tank, said the PLA was forced to be vigilant because in recent years the US military had deployed more aircraft and warships to China's southeastern coast during the Lunar New Year period. The most recent close-in reconnaissance flight was conducted by a US Boeing RC-135 spy plane near the eastern Chinese cities of Shanghai and Qingdao on January 7, he said. "It's very hard for the PLA to predict the US military's motivations for such provocative moves, as the two countries have yet to resolve their differences over the maritime order," Zhou said. Around three weeks ago, the American and Chinese militaries blamed each other after a close call between two PLA J-11 fighter jets and a US spy plane over the South China Sea. Zhou said the US was able to "arbitrarily" perform freedom of navigation exercises and flights in the area because it refused to sign the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, which recognises the waters as part of China's exclusive economic zone. The PLA feared the incursions by US planes and ships could lead to uncertainties and conflicts, he said. While the PLA routinely deploys warships such as destroyers and frigates to watch American carrier strike groups in the region, it was unusual for China to send a carrier-led flotilla, Zhou said. "The Shandong aircraft carrier has routine training tasks this year, but it seems like the PLA Navy decided to send the carrier and its accompanying vessels ahead of its scheduled time to respond to the USS Nimitz's visit to the region." Collin Koh, a research fellow with the maritime security programme at Singapore's Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, said the increased encounters and engagement between the world's two military powers could be seen as an attempt to avoid escalation. "The US continues its military reconnaissance flights, and in response the Chinese ramp up PLA training, and then this results in the US further keeping close tabs on what the PLA is up to," Koh said. Koh said the close encounters might not help the two militaries improve their understanding, but at least it would help them to form "a rather predictable pattern of tit-for-tat behaviour" in their military engagements. "I don't see how the PLA stepping up training will dissuade the US to cease such missions anyway, since such events would be of huge interest to the Americans' own peacetime preparation for future military conflict," he said. He said it was unlikely that the powers would roll back their activities as that would "signal weakness to each other". However, both sides are trying to prevent their confrontations from escalating into conflicts, which is consistent with the consensus reached during meetings between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his American counterpart Joe Biden, according to Koh. "The crux of the matter is how to engage in such patterns of activities without unduly escalating. I believe this is what Biden is talking about when he mentioned 'common sense guardrails', which would refer to crisis management and stability."]

This is from the South China Morning Post today.
The issue is what the PLA Navy can do when American ships are nearby.
I think it endangers our ships and our sailors for them to do these live fire exercises.

Donna Welles
Washington, DC
January 16, 2023

This is me talking about Prince William. 1-16-23

He put his dick in and she gave birth but they won��t comment on Harry��s new book #London

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 15, 2023

"Novak on his injury: I am more cautious and save energy for the opening week" "Novak Dokovic in front of the press in Melbourne before the start of the Australian Open." The Serbian champion is ranked number one in the world! Number one. (January 16, 2023)

"SEVASTOPOL, January 16. /TASS/. A fourth drone in 24 hours has been downed approaching Sevastopol, Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev wrote on his Telegram channel on Monday." The Russian news is reporting on drones. (January 16, 2023)

"ANKARA, January 15. /TASS/. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has confirmed plans of free supplies of Russian agricultural products to poor countries in Africa."
The Russian news is reporting on the Ukrainian grain deal.
It's a false sense that the region relies on Ukrainian grain.
Maybe the Ukrainians need their grain.
(January 16, 2023)

The BSP is going to make us wear the masks again!

"Foreign Minister Milkov Meets with Hungarian Counterpart" The Bulgarian news is reporting on Budapest. Maybe the Germans have airbases in Budapest. (January 16, 2023)

[In an interview with Nova TV, when asked if [Russian President Vladimir] Putin was an aggressor, the socialist replied: "It depends on who you ask. Certainly, the fact that he entered the territory is a kind of invasion despite the provocations. I think it will become clear during the negotiations whether he is an aggressor". Asked if he was against the fact that Putin entered Ukraine, the Bulgarian politician replied that he could not comment on the decisions of an entire country. And he added that "whether there were provocations or not, only the Russian intelligence knows."]
It seems like right wingers from Germany and Poland maintain bases in Ukraine. They conduct military tests there. Maybe they fire weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
(January 16, 2023)

["Biden to ask US Congress to approve F-16 sale to Turkiye" U.S. President Joe Biden's administration is planning to ask Congress to approve a $20 billion sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkiye, a report said Friday. The sale "is larger than expected" and includes 40 F-16 fighters and modernization kits for 79 of the warplanes already in Ankara's possession, the Wall Street Journal newspaper reported, citing anonymous officials familiar with the matter. Ankara requested the F-16s and modernization kits in October 2021 in what was previously estimated to cost $6 billion.] The Turkish news is reporting on warplanes. The Turkish army has been crossing the border into Syria. Maybe also the Caucasus region. (January 14, 2023)

["US House Republicans investigate Biden documents, ask if Hunter had access" "Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives launched an investigation on Friday into the Justice Department's handling of improperly stored classified documents possessed by President Joe Biden, and questioned whether his son, Hunter, had access to any. In a Jan. 13 letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, top Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee said the Justice Department's appointment of Robert Hur as special counsel for the case this week raised "fundamental oversight questions." They demanded all relevant documents and communications between the department, the FBI, the White House and Biden's attorneys. The letter came a day after Biden's legal team acknowledged it had found classified documents relating to his time as vice president in the Obama administration at his Delaware home, including some in his garage. Aides previously found another batch of classified documents at his residence, and at a Washington think tank he was associated with. Earlier on Friday, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer wrote to the White House asking whether Hunter Biden had access to classified documents found at the president's private residence. "It is unclear when the department first came to learn about the existence of these documents, and whether it actively concealed this information from the public on the eve of the 2022 elections," House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan and fellow panel Republican Mike Johnson told Garland in their letter. "We expect your complete cooperation with our inquiry," they wrote, setting a Jan. 27 deadline for compliance. White House and Justice Department officials were not immediately available for comment. The two Republican probes present a distraction for the Democratic president, who has criticized his Republican predecessor Donald Trump's handling of classified material, and could cast a shadow over Biden as both he and Trump gear up for a possible 2024 election rematch. It also provides fodder for House Republicans, who have pledged to focus their new majority on a number of investigations into the Biden administration. In addition to examining Biden's handling of classified documents, Republicans are preparing to probe Hunter Biden's past business dealings in Ukraine. In Comer's letter to the White House, the House Oversight Committee chairman said the home where the documents were found was listed as Hunter Biden's address on his driver's license as recently as 2018. "The Committee is concerned President Biden stored classified documents at the same location his son resided while engaging in international business deals with adversaries of the United States," the letter read. Republicans have sought to compare the investigation of Biden's handling of classified documents to the ongoing probe into how Trump handled classified documents after his presidency. But their cases are not the same, legal experts say. The White House said Biden's attorneys found a small number of classified documents and turned them over after discovery. Trump resisted doing so until an August FBI search turned up about 100 classified documents, raising questions about whether Trump or his staff obstructed the investigation.]
The documents maybe are about business deals that Hunter Biden conducted in Ukraine.
France24 is reporting on the White House.
(January 14, 2023)

"MOSCOW, January 12. /TASS/. A meeting between the foreign ministers of Russia, Syria and Turkey is being hammered out, but the date has not yet been set, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a briefing on Thursday." The Russian news is reporting on Damascus. The Turkish army has been crossing the border into Syria. (January 12, 2023)

"Since January 4, the signals of the GPS navigation system, which are used by citizens and the military, have been jammed along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, the maps of the GPS jam system indicate, writes 24 Chasa daily. At least 10% of users have no signal or receive incorrect data. GPS navigation is silenced from the Romanian port of Constanta along the entire Bulgarian coast and in the territorial waters of Turkey in the Black Sea. The data was collected from pilots of civilian aircraft who reported a lost connection." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the Black Sea. Maybe the Turks are cyberattacking these positions from Ankara. (January 12, 2023)

"Comprehensive Investigation into Border Sanitary Control Begins at Kapitan Andreevo" "The Interior Ministry is beginning to investigate the way in which a private company has run the disinfection service for vehicles entering Bulgaria from Turkiye via the Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint. Part of the investigation will focus on suspicions that some cash registers at the site have not been linked to the system of the National Revenue Agency, caretaker Interior Minister Ivan Demerdzhiev told journalists at Kapitan Andreevo on Thursday. Demerdzhiev was visiting the border checkpoint in a show of determination to wipe out sanitary control malpractices at the site, popularly known as "the golden puddle" as it has allowed persons of dubious reputation to make easy money. After a 10-year contract, expiring on March 12, the private owner is expected to transfer the operation to the state. Demerdzhiev's visit came two days after Agriculture Minister Yavor Gechev inspected the laboratories at Kapitan Andreevo. Demerdzhiev said he was visiting the checkpoint for several reasons, one of which was to establish state control over the border, a task assigned by President Rumen Radev to two earlier caretaker governments in 2021." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (January 12, 2023)

["Police Operation against Cryptocurrency Company NEXO in Bulgaria's Capital (UPDATED)" "An international operation against a large-scale scheme for financial crimes, money laundering and violations of international sanctions against Russia is taking place in Sofia at the moment. According to BNT, it is the company NEXO. The ownership of the company is related to a former member of parliament and the son of a former social minister from the NDSV political party. The suspicions are that the Bulgarians behind the large company acted according to the scheme of Ruja Ignatova and the OneCoin pyramid led by her. The Bulgarian woman known as the "Queen of Cryptocurrencies" is in the top 10 most wanted persons by the FBI. Europol and Interpol are also on her trail. Prosecutors, investigators from the National Investigation and SANS employees, together with foreign agents, have begun searches of the Bulgarian offices of the company that trades cryptocurrencies worldwide. The company's operations were carried out from the Bulgarian capital, and depositors were invited to invest in bitcoins and other types of cryptocurrencies, with promises of high returns. The interest rates that investors would receive were many times higher than those of classic banking institutions and various brokerage houses. There are reports that the owners of the company, who are Bulgarians, have appropriated part of the assets amounting to several billion dollars. The investigation into the activities of the crypto company in Bulgaria began a few months ago, after foreign services detected suspicious transactions, which were reported to be aimed at circumventing the sanctions imposed by the European Union, Great Britain and the United States against Russian banks, as well as companies and citizens of the Russian Federation."] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the police. (January 12, 2023)

The Virginians are Prussians. They live in a swamp and they speak creole. The surveillance teams seem to be trade union people. They didn't go to law school, business school, or engineering school. They don't really know how to operate the radios they use.
They are in the office day and night. They take pills.
But they don't really know what to do with the radios. They end up kind of watching nothing for hours at a time. (January 11, 2023)

"A few weeks later, Bosnia and Herzegovina received the status of a candidate country for EU membership. Such a development is not difficult to explain, the Guardian adds." The Serbian news is reporting on Sarajevo. It seems like the Germans are wanting to trade through Bosnian ports. (January 11, 2023)

"BAKU, January 11. /TASS/. The government of Armenia should take responsibility and sign a peace treaty with Azerbaijan, Azerbaijani President Ilkham Aliyev told the local media on Tuesday." The Russian news is reporting on Baku. Maybe the Turkish army is crossing the border into the Caucasus region. (January 11, 2023)

"Bulgarians in Slovakia: our heart beats to the rhythm of Bulgaria" The Bulgarian news is reporting on Bratislava. Maybe the Germans use airbases in Czech. (January 11, 2023)

"Agriculture Minister: State Company to Handle Disinfection of Vehicles Entering from Turkiye" "A state company will be responsible for the disinfection of vehicles entering from Turkiye through the Kapitan Andreevo border control check point. The private company carrying out this activity received notice of termination of the contract, which expires on March 12, 2023, the caretaker Minister of Agriculture Yavor Gechev told reporters on Tuesday, after he performed a routine inspection of the laboratories at the border. The Minister emphasized that it was also the will of the President that the state should take ownership of the so-called golden puddle - a pool of disinfectant solution through which motor vehicles pass. A company will be established, which will be managed by at least five Bulgarian institutions, among which the Ministry of Transport, the National Revenue Agency, and the General Directorate National Police. The golden puddle operates when there is an epidemic situation and a threat of diseases, the Minister pointed out. The fees will remain the same - BGN 5 per car, BGN 25 per truck. All revenues will go into the budget." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. Maybe the Turkish army is crossing into both Syria and the Caucasus region. It seems like they are not enforcing their side of the border with Bulgaria.
(January 11, 2023)

This is me talking about Ukraine. 1-10-23

"Croatian dilemma: Why People are Fleeing the Country?" "While Croatia is faced with new price increases after the introduction of the Euro and higher inflation, a dormant question arose." The Serbian news is reporting on Zagreb.
Maybe the Germans are using Croatian ports for their navy.
(January 10, 2023)

"West supplies Ukraine with expired weapons, says country's envoy to London" "At the same time, Ukrainian envoy to the United Kingdom Vadim Pristayko noted that recently there have been positive developments in the supply of Western weapons to Ukraine" "NEW YORK, January 10. /TASS/. Western countries supply Ukraine with weapons that have already expired, Ukrainian envoy to the United Kingdom Vadim Pristayko told the Newsweek magazine in an interview." The Russian news is reporting on Kiev. The Virginians are German immigrants. Maybe they are on a labor strike. (January 10, 2023)

"YEREVAN, January 10. /TASS/. Armenia is still waiting for a response from Azerbaijan regarding proposals on the peace agreement, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said on Tuesday." The Russian news is reporting on Baku. Maybe the Turks are cyberattacking the Caucasus region. The Turkish army has been crossing the border into Syria. (January 10, 2023)

[If it keeps up military aid to Kyiv, Sofia stands "a realistic chance" of acquiring substitute capabilities, National Assembly Defence Committee Chair Hristo Gadjev said in an interview for Monday. Apart from Bulgaria's military aid for Ukraine, he also takes questions about the condition of the Bulgarian Air Force, Armed Forces modernization, and the response to Russia placing investigative journalist Christo Grozev on a wanted list. Aid for Ukraine Asked whether the military assistance that Bulgaria has sent to Ukraine is what this country can spare and what Kyiv expected, Gadjev said that the Defence Ministry probably did not provide everything possible because Parliament's resolution envisages a reserve to be tapped if the allies agree to supply this country with substitute capabilities. In his words, the allies have offered Bulgaria to acquire substitute capabilities and new capabilities, which opens up "realistic opportunities" for replacing the obsolete Soviet materiel by up-to-date and NATO-compatible equipment. "Certainly, these opportunities are contingent on our further support for Ukraine," the MP explained. The interviewee noted that an amendment to the agreement between the Ukrainian and the Bulgarian defence ministries, which has been laid before Parliament and which requires any new consignments of military assistance to be approved by the legislature, will definitely result in a delay and will also give a platform to MPs backing the Russian position and propaganda. "Such actions will also tire the Bulgarian public of the subject and will erode support for the victim in the conflict," said Gadjev. Military Aviation He doubts whether an option which is the most expensive one and which the Defence Ministry prefers - to acquire "substitute" jet fighters after the MiG-29 are grounded - will work. He notes that the "substitute" aircraft will arrive in 2025, i.e. at the same time as the first F-16s. This means that in 2025 the Bulgarian Air Force will have to repair, maintain and man with pilots and ground crews four different platforms: MiG-29, Su-25, F-16, and the new type of "substitute" fighter. This will drain the Ministry's budget and will seriously jeopardize the modernization and even the upkeep of the Armed Forces, he warned. Another option worth exploring is to use the aircraft repair facilities in Western Ukraine, which could handle the engines and other components. Ukraine has staged presentations at the National Assembly and at the Defence Ministry, demonstrating that it is ready and capable of maintaining MiG-29 fighters even in wartime. In parallel with that, the caretaker cabinet is negotiating with Poland on the acquisition of six aircraft engines. An agreement has already been signed on the first two engines, Gadjev said. Modernization He argues that "there are many question marks" about an ambitious programme for the Armed Forces modernization which the caretaker cabinet has tabled in Parliament and which will be considered before the end of January. "When military materiel is purchased, the full capability should be acquired, including command, control, communications and ammunition. Otherwise, money and time will be wasted," Gadjev argued. He believes that, drawing on the lessons learnt from Russia's war in Ukraine, a far greater emphasis should be placed on the special operation forces. "The 3D radars are critical and must not be delayed any longer because they are essential for the full-capacity operation of the new aircraft," the interviewee said. In his opinion, both observation and combat drones should be acquired. Grozev Wanted by Russia Replying to a question, the Defence Committee Chair said that "ultimately, all Bulgarian institutions and the political class reacted appropriately" to Russia placing Bulgarian investigative journalist Christo Grozev on a wanted list. Asked about the Bulgarian response to the conduct of Russian Ambassador in Sofia Eleonora Mitrofanova, Gadjev said: "I hope that she will keep up the good manners, just as all other ambassadors accredited to Bulgaria." Concerning the calls for Mitrofanova's recall, the MP pointed out: "Those who call for Mitrofanova's expulsion from Bulgaria should be aware that this may lead to a practical severance of diplomatic relations with the Russian Federation. So far only Lithuania has expelled the Russian Ambassador and, reciprocally, the Lithuanian Ambassador was expelled by Moscow. Let us think a little bit more beyond emotions."] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Kiev. (January 10, 2023)

"Amid the global unrest over the civil unrest triggered by Mahsa Amini's death, the Iranian judiciary on Monday handed down three more death sentences, reported France24." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Tehran.
Maybe the Iranians use German-made police radios.
(January 10, 2023)

[Kyrgios was due to take part in the Adelaide tournament, which serves as a "warm-up" for the AO, but the 27-year-old pulled out with an ankle injury. While it seemed that the Australian would enter the domestic Grand Slam without competitive matches, the last few days were filled with rumors that he would play a training match with Djokovic. This was confirmed by the Serbian star, stating that his offer for the match with Kyrgios was accepted - but under one condition. "We are talking with the Australian Open to do something in a week before the start of the tournament. Yes, I had a chat with Nick, I would really like to play with him, and he accepted, but he wants shorter sets. We will see if it will work," Djokovic revealed.] The Serbian news is reporting on Canberra. (January 9, 2023)

["Foreign aid to Ukraine a money laundering scheme, head of Chechnya says" "Ramzan Kadyrov noted that there is no need to worry about hostilities currently happening on Russian territory" MOSCOW, January 8. /TASS/. The Western aid to Ukraine is a working money laundering scheme, Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov said on his Telegram channel Sunday. "I see that some are worried about the foreign aid to Ukraine. Do not worry! This is a working money laundering scheme. Western and Ukrainian officials will embezzle these funds, and no more than 15% of the entire aid will reach the trenches," he said. Kadyrov also noted that there is no need to worry about hostilities currently happening on Russian territory. "These are our regions, which opted to join our state for the sake of protection of their people from Satanist actions of Ukrainian and NATO nationalists," he underscored. On January 6, the US announced a new aid package to Ukraine worth over $3 billion. According to the White House, the aid will be provided directly from the Pentagon reserves, and will include Bradley armored vehicles, self-propelled howitzers, MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected) vehicles, air defense missiles and other weapons and ammunition.] The Russian news is reporting on Grozny. (January 9, 2023)

"Half of Finland opposes establishment of NATO base on Nordic country's soil - TV" "It is noted that 49% of Finns support Finland's active participation in the US-led bloc's international activity and joint military operations under its auspices" The Russian news is reporting on Helsinki.
Lubeck, Germany is a port.
Maybe the Germans are using East German and Polish ports to trade weaponry.
This NATO base in Finland might be in real terms a German navy base.
(January 9, 2023)

["Energy Minister: Agreement with Turkiye's Botas Historic for Bulgaria, Great Breakthrough for EU" Interviewed on Bulgarian National Television on Sunday, Energy Minister Rossen Hristov said the agreement signed with Turkiye's Botas energy company is historic for Bulgaria and a great breakthrough for the EU because it provides for natural gas supplies through the Turkish terminals to Bulgaria and Europe. "We have the European Commission's full support," he said.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Ankara.
Maybe the Turkish army is using too much energy.
They have been crossing the border into Syria.
The Turkish army maybe has been crossing into the Caucasus region.
(January 9, 2023)

[In a Chinese Province, 90% of the Population is Infected with COVID-19 Almost 90% of the residents of China's third most populous province are infected with COVID-19, AFP reported, citing a senior Chinese official. It comes a day after China lifted travel restrictions requiring mandatory quarantine after returning from abroad and reports of heightened demand for tickets and congestion at borders. The director of the Henan Central Provincial Health Commission, said at a press conference that "as of January 6, 2023, the infection rate of COVID-19 in the province, which is located in the central part of eastern China, is 89%." With a population of 99.4 million, the numbers suggest that around 88.5 million people in Henan may have been infected. Visits to fever clinics peaked on Dec. 19, the director said, "and then showed a continuous downward trend." China has been grappling with a surge in cases since its decision last month to scrap its zero-Covid policy, which called for mass testing and the closure of large communities when even single cases of infection are detected. After its three-year implementation, it caused mass protests in major cities, and in early December, the authorities canceled it. After the spread of the epidemic in China and due to the lack of sufficient data on its development, the EU decided to introduce mandatory testing of passengers arriving from China and strengthened controls at airports. Most European countries already apply the restrictions. For now, Bulgaria does not follow the EU's coordinated approach, as the Ministry of Health has only issued recommendations that operators can apply at their discretion.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Beijing. (January 9, 2023)

There are lists of Russians and Uzbek nationals in Washington, DC. They work here, and they bring their wives and little kids with them.

Javlon's wife's cunny made three babies.
Alex's wife's cunny made two babies.
Dimitri's wife's cunny made one baby.
Evgeni's wife's cunny made two babies.

"China-Japan relations: past the point of no return amid Tokyo's military build-up?" "China sees Japan's huge defence spending plans as 'hostile' while Tokyo views Beijing recent 'coercive' actions as 'existential threats', analysts say They caution 'a reciprocal quid pro quo' on Taiwan may be required for the two sides to maintain their 'mutually beneficial yet awkward relationship'" The Chinese news is reporting on Tokyo.
Maybe the Germans are sending weapons to East Asia.
Maybe this means heavy weapons, police radios, military academy stuff, and radio signals.
(January 8, 2023)

-Karakalpakstan is a region in Uzbekistan.
-They have their own language.
-Dauletmurat Tazhimuratov is the name of an activist.
-He has been charged with trying to seize power through violence.
-"Investigations into the days of disturbances that tore through the Karakalpak capital of Nukus and nearby towns on July 1-2"
-"According to official information, at least 21 people, including four law enforcement officials, were killed during clashes that the authorities say caused around $300,000 worth of damage to businesses and government buildings."

This is me talking about Tehran. 1-7-23

["China Covid: WHO warns about under-representing Covid deaths" "The World Health Organization has warned that China is under-representing the true impact of Covid in the country - in particular deaths. The removal of most restrictions last month has led to a surge in cases. But China has stopped publishing daily cases data, and has announced only 22 Covid deaths since December, using its own strict criteria. "We believe that definition [of a Covid death] is too narrow," WHO emergencies director Dr Michael Ryan said.] The BBC is reporting on Beijing. (January 7, 2023)

Alex and Anastasia Ovechkin are married with two kids.
Dimitri and Varvara Orlov have one kid.
The Embassy of Uzbekistan is near DuPont Circle.
I think that building isn't always well managed.

"Turkiye, Armenia launch direct cargo trade amid normalization" "Turkiye and Armenia launched direct air cargo trade as of the first day of 2023, amid normalization efforts between the two countries, diplomatic sources said Friday. According to the sources, the decision was disclosed to Turkish exporters' associations by the Turkish Trade Ministry." The Turkish news is reporting on Yerevan.
Maybe the Turks are cyberattacking the Caucasus region.
The Ottoman empire used to use ports in the Caucasus region.
The Turkish army has been crossing the border into Syria.
Maybe the Turkish army crosses into Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.
(January 7, 2023)

France24 is reporting on Tehran.
Notice the mention of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
Maybe they have German-made weaponry.
["Iran executes two more men detained amid nationwide protests" "Iran said it executed two men Saturday convicted of allegedly killing a paramilitary volunteer during a demonstration, the latest executions aimed at halting the nationwide protests now challenging the country's theocracy. Iran's judiciary identified those executed as Mohammad Karami and Mohammad Hosseini, making it four men known to have been executed since the demonstrations began in September over the death of Mahsa Amini. All have faced internationally criticized, rapid, closed-door trials. The judiciary's Mizan news agency said the men had been convicted of killing Ruhollah Ajamian, a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard's volunteer Basij Force, in the city of Karaj outside of Tehran on Nov. 3. The Basij have deployed in major cities, attacking and detaining protesters, who in many cases have fought back. Heavily edited footage aired on state television showed Karami speaking before a Revolutionary Court about the attack, which also showed a reenactment of the attack according to prosecutors' claims. Iran's Revolutionary Courts handed down the two other death sentences already carried out. The tribunals don't allow those on trial to pick their own lawyers or even see the evidence against them. Amnesty International has said the trials "bore no resemblance to a meaningful judicial proceeding." State TV also aired footage of Karami and Hosseini talking about the attack, though the broadcaster for years has aired what activists describe as coerced confessions. The men were convicted of the killing, as well as "corruption on Earth," a Quranic term and charge that has been levied against others in the decades since the 1979 Islamic Revolution and carries the death penalty. Activists say at least 16 people have been sentenced to death in closed-door hearings over charges linked to the protests. Death sentences in Iran are typically carried out by hanging. At least 517 protesters have been killed and over 19,200 people have been arrested, according to Human Rights Activists in Iran, a group that has closely monitored the unrest. Iranian authorities have not provided an official count of those killed or detained. The protests began in mid-September, when 22-year-old Amini died after being arrested by Iran's morality police for allegedly violating the Islamic Republic's strict dress code. Women have played a leading role in the protests, with many publicly stripping off the compulsory Islamic headscarf, known as the hijab. The protests mark one of the biggest challenges to Iran's theocracy since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Security forces have used live ammunition, bird shot, tear gas and batons to disperse protesters, according to rights groups.] (January 7, 2023)

-State Agency for National Security (SANS)
-Russian citizens who are on a sanctions list
-Do they have real estate properties in Bulgaria?
-"Informal paramilitary structures on Bulgarian territory"
-What are the intentions of these structures?
-"Inspection of properties in Bulgaria of Russian citizens included in various sanctions lists"

List of Russian citizens, Do they own properties in Bulgaria, On these properties, are there paramilitary structures, Exactly how are these structures being used?, Vladimir Rusev. "Rusev himself is in a military uniform with a tag with his name and blood type, under it is an eagle badge with the Russian flag, and the video is against a geographical map. "

This is me talking about the SANS. 1-6-23

"Djokovic negotiates with Kyrgios - but there is one condition Novak Djokovic confirmed that he is negotiating with Nick Kyrgios about joint training before the start of the Australian Open." The Serbian news is reporting on Canberra. (January 6, 2023)

"UNITED NATIONS, January 6. /TASS/. Russia expects the new Israeli Cabinet will not embark on the escalation course but will show the political will and forgo radical steps, Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said at the UN Security Council's meeting." The Russian news is reporting on Tel Aviv. (January 6, 2023)

"ANKARA, January 6. /TASS/. Turkish authorities do not rule out the escalation of the Ukrainian crisis in the coming months, so they will make intensive efforts to resolve it through negotiations, Ibrahim Kalin, a chief adviser and spokesman for the Turkish president, said on Twitter on Friday." The Russian news is reporting on Ankara. (January 6, 2023)

"SANS probes whether sanctioned Russians have acquired property in Bulgaria" "The Sofia City Prosecutor's Office mandated the State Agency for National Security (SANS) to verify whether citizens and legal entities from the Russian Federation, included in sanctions lists of the European Union, the United States and the United Kingdom, have acquired a number of real estate properties in Bulgaria, as stated in media publications. Informal paramilitary structures on Bulgarian territory, which are reportedly trying to push interests that could harm national security, will also be subject to verification. At the end of 2022, Sofia City Prosecutor's Office and SANS launched investigation over a report that the Military Union - Bulgarian People's Militia "Shipka" was committing crimes against the Republic of Bulgaria." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the security service. (January 6, 2023)

"Interior Minister: Ukrainian Refugees' Protection Status in Bulgaria Will Be Extended" "The protection that Bulgaria provides to Ukrainian refugees will be extended, said the caretaker Minister of Interior Ivan Demerdzhiev during Friday's Question Time in Parliament. He pointed out that three working groups and a task force had been set up to monitor the latest EU trends and that Bulgaria would comply with the best practices and standards." The Bulgarian news is reporting on Ukrainian refugees. (January 6, 2023)

["Bulgaria's Security Service will check whether Sanctioned Russians have Properties in the Country" The Prosecutor's Office entrusted the State Agency "National Security" with an inspection of properties in Bulgaria of Russian citizens included in various sanctions lists of the European Union, the United States and Great Britain. SANS will also have to check whether there are paramilitary structures working in Bulgaria, for which there are reports of trying to advance interests against Bulgaria's national security, the state prosecution announced. After the inspection in question, the materials will be reported to the Sofia City Prosecutor's Office to assess whether sufficient data has been collected to initiate pre-trial proceedings. The Sofia Prosecution also indicates that the investigation continues for a possible crime under Chapter One of the Special Part of the Criminal Code - a crime against the republic, in the activities of the Military Union - Bulgarian People's Militia "Shipka". It was launched on December 12 after a tip-off that the militia's activities were anti-state. On the Facebook page of the paramilitary union in question, a video was uploaded with a man named Vladimir Rusev, who called on the militia's supporters to prepare for important events of an international scale, suspending Facebook and advising them to download Telegram on their phones to stay informed in time for an approaching apocalypse. Rusev himself is in a military uniform with a tag with his name and blood type, under it is an eagle badge with the Russian flag, and the video is against a geographical map. A few days later, the prosecutor general Ivan Geshev announced that the prosecutor's office will not allow "malicious Russian influence in Bulgaria, which harms not only our interest, but also that of our Euro-Atlantic partners."] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the security service. (January 6, 2023)

[WASHINGTON - The Pentagon's top general told congressional investigators scrutinizing the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol that he has become a "lightning rod for the politicization of the military," decrying critics who have sought to "smear" him and the Defense Department's other senior leaders. Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, offered the assessment during a remarkable portion of his discussion with the House select committee in November of that year. The panel in recent days released Milley's interview transcript along with dozens of other documents as its work drew to a close.] (January 5, 2023)

#DC This one is about right wingers at the Pentagon

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 5, 2023

"Earlier today, the Ministry of Finance announced that public debt amounts to 53.5 percent of gross domestic product (GDP). As recorded between January and November, budget deficit was 81 billion dinars, with revenues of 1,519.1 billion dinars and expenditures of 1,600.1 billion. In November, the deficit was RSD 106.3 billion, revenues were collected for RSD 137.5 billion, of which tax revenues amounted to RSD 120.9 billion." The Serbian news is reporting on the economy. (January 5, 2023)

The British intelligence people sometimes argue with me about diplomatic etiquette. And then Kate will show up to a formal dinner wearing a ball gown with her shoulders bare.

Anastasia can bring the kids to the hockey games.
Kate can show off her bare shoulders at dinner.
And the Tashkent diplomats can be mean to me when I ask them something.
I'm alright if we don't have this phone call today.

"Shavkat Mirziyoyev holds phone call with Vladimir Putin" The Uzbekistan embassy here in Washington, DC is near the Brookings Institute. They are alright. Sometimes I don't like what they do. This one speaks to diplomats and how embassies are used. Tashkent has a new foreign minister.
(January 5, 2023)

"MOSCOW, 3 January. /TASS/. Japan does not abandon its anti-Russian course, so any dialogue on a peace treaty is impossible, Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko told TASS in an interview." The Russian news is reporting on East Asia.
Maybe the Germans send weaponry to Tokyo.
There are military academies in Japan.
The Germans might send them tanks.
(January 5, 2023)

"SEOUL, January 5. /TASS/. A North Korean drone entered the no-fly zone around the office of the South Korean president in central Seoul in December 2022, Yonhap reported on Thursday, citing a military source."
This one is about drones in North Korea.
Maybe the Germans send them the drones.
The Germans could send radio signals to Pyongyang about the drones.
(January 5, 2023)

"The Organisation of Czechs and Slovaks in Bulgaria marked 130 anniversary of its establishment Large community of Czechs and Slovaks settled in Bulgaria in the 19th century, driven by ideas for Slavic unity Club of Czechs and Slovaks in Sofia awakens to new life" The Bulgarian news is reporting on Prague. Maybe the Germans are using Czech airbases. (January 5, 2023)

"The National Assembly Thursday ratified a contribution agreement between Bulgaria and the EU under the Member State compartment of the InvestEU Programme in accordance with Regulation 2021/523 of the European Parliament and of the Council."
This one is about the Bulgarian parliament.
Maybe the Germans are cyberattacking the Bulgarian parliament.
(January 5, 2023)

This one is about Sophia.
The economy.
I think it means that Berlin is affecting the Bulgarian parliament.
Because weirdly Bulgaria is being singled out among other nations.
"Bulgaria is a Champion in Wage Growth in Europe - 16%" "Hourly labor costs in the EU increased by an average of 3.4% per year, according to Eurostat data for the third quarter of 2022. Against this slight average increase, Bulgaria stands out with a record jump of over 16%. The largest increase was in the mining industry - 14.2%."
(January 5, 2023)

#DC Zagreb is reporting price increases. Maybe the Germans are causing inflation in Croatia because they use the ports for their navy

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) January 4, 2023

I don't like that Kate and William have so many kids. It's overwhelming that Kate wears these dresses and you can see her shoulders. I would like the two of them to stay home with their kids. I wish they didn't send their kids to boarding school or whatever.

[Massive price increases make Croats furious - "Early warnings were there..." The Prime Minister of Croatia, Mr. Andrej Plenkovic responded to numerous complaints. Complaints were made by the citizens due to price increases made by certain merchants disguised by the introduction of the Euro. In today's meeting with the relevant ministers, he announced a prompt reaction and inspections. Plenkovic pointed out that the introduction of the Euro is not the reason for the increase in the prices of goods and services. EVRO HR is the official government website of the government, with all relevant information related to consumer protection, stating that the consumer must not be in a less favorable financial position than he would have been if the Euro had not been introduced, reports.] The Serbian news is reporting on Zagreb. (January 4, 2023)

"WASHINGTON, January 4. /TASS/. The United States believes that relations with Syria should not be upgraded and improved at the moment, Spokesman of the Department of State Ned Price said at the briefing, answering a question about the US position in respect of plans for trilateral communications of Turkey, Syria and Russia." The Russian news is reporting on Damascus. (January 4, 2023)

"Before the National Assembly's first sitting of the year, MPs from GERB party stated, in interviews with different TV channels, that they were prepared to support a government formed by Democratic Bulgaria." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the parliament. (January 4, 2023)

["Bulgarian, Turkish Authorities Exchange Info on Investigation into Killing of Bulgarian Border Policeman" "Bulgarian Border Police officer Petar Bachvarov, who was killed on November 7, 2022, while patrolling the Bulgarian-Turkish border, was shot by a Turkish national attempting to steal livestock. This is the main version on which the Bulgarian and Turkish investigators are working, prosecutor Doychin Doychev, administrative head of the Yambol District Prosecution Office (Southeastern Bulgaria), told the media on Tuesday. He took part in a joint coordination meeting with representatives of the Turkish authorities, held at the Kapitan Andreevo border control checkpoint so that the two sides could exchange information on the investigation. Doychev also said that Bachvarov was killed with a 12-gauge hunting shotgun loaded with pellets for hunting big game. The work on the pretrial proceedings is close to being finished, he added. The meeting was also attended by the observing prosecutor, Interior Ministry Chief Secretary Petar Todorov, the National Police Director, Chief Commissioner Atanas Ilkov, and the Border Police Director, Chief Commissioner Rositsa Dimitrova. The Border Police officer, Sergeant Petar Bachvarov, was shot dead while patrolling the border with Turkiye, near the village of Golyam Dervent. A Turkish national was detained for the killing. The autopsy showed that the police officer was shot with hunting shotgun pellets, which eliminates the possibility of a shootout between Bulgarian and Turkish border police, the head of the National Investigation Service, Borislav Sarafov, explained back in November 2022.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (January 4, 2023)

[Macron prepares "Made in Europe" Strategy against US Policies French President Emmanuel Macron has said he is pushing for a "Made in Europe" economic strategy to counter US policies. During a joint press conference ahead of his meeting with Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson in Paris, Macron said their discussion would focus on Europe's economic situation. "My view, as you know, is that we need a 'Made in Europe' strategy to give our own response to the changes in the world, as well as to the voluntarist policy of the US, which is perfectly legitimate," he said. He called for the need to protect the "fabric" of the European industrial network -- to create jobs, increase its competitiveness, as well as the production of clean energy.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Paris. (January 4, 2023)

[Vucic offered a job to Nikola Nedeljkovic: You can make a choice VIDEO Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic received Nikola Nedeljkovic, who was released after spending six months in prison in Pristina. Vucic received Nedeljkovic in the Secretary General Building. "They wanted to break a young man just because he was a Serb, we tried to help with those who never wanted to talk. It's important that you remained calm". "We learned what family you come from, when I saw your family hugging you yesterday, I was overjoyed, my heart was in place", the president points out. "Thank you once again for being so courageous and calm, making your people proud", Vucic concluded. Nikola thanked Serbia, the President and the people for showing support to him. "I don't hate anyone, I only love and respect my country," Nikola said.] The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (January 3, 2023)

I think he is new at his job.
This is a test about Russian studies.
Kind of, Moscow and Tokyo maybe never signed a peace treaty after WWII.
Maybe they did.
That is hard to know.
There are a lot of reasons.
One reason is that Stalin didn't want to get involved in that theater.
It is a legitimate source of pride of the American navy about the Victory over Japan.

Russia to block military threats coming from Japan - MFA Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Andrey Rudenko called Japan's course to abandon the country's peaceful development a serious challenge for the security of Russia and the Asia-Pacific region MOSCOW, January 3. /TASS/. Moscow considers Tokyo's policy of abandoning peaceful development as a serious challenge to the security of Russia and the Asia-Pacific Region in general and warns that if this practice continues, it will be left with no choice other than to take adequate counter-measures in order to block military threats, Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko told TASS in an interview.

Washington, DC
January 3, 2023

Tel Aviv is a port on the Mediterranean Sea.
Ankara is the capital of Turkey.
Do we want Ankara and Moscow always coordinating about everything?
We suspect the Turks are allied with right wingers in Germany.
I worry about too much cooperation between Ankara and Moscow.
Maybe Ankara is assisting Tel Aviv with its operations in Syria?

The Russian news is reporting on Damascus and Ankara:

[Damascus demands UNSC stop Israel's aggression against Syria - Foreign Ministry The corresponding appeal to the international organization was published by the Syrian Foreign Ministry BEIRUT, January 3. /TASS/. The UN Security Council must react to Israeli air raids on Syria and prevent their recurrence in the future, the Syrian Foreign Ministry said in an appeal to the international community on Monday. In a message to the UN Security Council, released by the SANA news agency, the Syrian Foreign Ministry demanded bringing Israel to justice for a new aggressive sortie against Syria."]

[Turkey's NATO membership no hindrance to cooperation with Russia - presidential spokesman According to Ibrahim Kalin, Ankara's priority is to ensure "belts of peace, stability and prosperity" in its region and beyond ANKARA, January 3. /TASS/. NATO membership and allied relations with the US do not prevent Turkey from maintaining constructive relations with Russia, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin has said. "Turkey's participation in NATO and its allied relations with the United States do not prevent good relations with Russia. Our priority is to ensure peace, stability and prosperity in our region and beyond. With this in mind and staying committed to the traditional foreign policy, we simultaneously are expanding the horizons of foreign policy through new approaches," he said in an interview with Kriter magazine.]

Washington, DC
January 3, 2023

Within Prussian culture are tanks. Prussians think mythologically, their people are tank drivers.
This one is about tanks. And tank specialists.
Maybe the Germans built the tanks. Maybe the Germans train the tank specialists. It's a whole month.
This article is some kind of red flag that maybe the Germans are around.
"Shooting Exercises Start Jan. 4 at Batmish Firing Range in Southeast Bulgaria" "The centre for training tanks specialists here announced the first dates of this year's planned shooting exercises at the Batmish firing range near Sliven, the local Municipality reported on Tuesday. The exercises will start on January 4 (Wednesday) and will be held throughout the month of January. Sliven Municipality's security and crisis management directorate warns local residents to take notice of the warning signs and not enter the prohibited zones." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the army.
(January 3, 2023)

Yesterday at the yoga studio a woman from Australia was really nice to me. She helped me with my yoga photos.

I can't anymore have a laptop. When I moved to DC, I had a huge laptop and then I got a smaller one. I have trauma in my mind from carrying it around so much.
Kind of a British army joke.
I think sometimes I am out and I see a British man, he is handsome, he is at a restaurant or something and he is working on a laptop.
Can't he do that at home?

The Bulgarian news is reporting on a mine. Maybe the Germans made it. Also, maybe the Germans use Bulgarian ports for their navy.
"The Bulgarian Military Destroyed a Mine found on the Beach in Obzor" "Military personnel from the Naval Forces (VMS) destroyed today, January 3, an unexploded ordnance found on the beach in the town of Obzor, Burgas Region. At 10:50 p.m. last night, the Maritime Operations Center of the Navy received a request from the regional governor of Burgas for the assistance of Navy specialists in identifying and possibly destroying an object resembling a mine found on the beach. A formation for reconnaissance, transportation and destruction of unexploded ordnance from the Naval Base - Varna, led by Captain III rank Ilia Stoychev, inspected the discovered object, which was classified as an old heavily corroded anti-landing mine. The mine was destroyed on site, with the area cordoned off, with strict observance of safety measures."
(January 3, 2023)

This is me talking about the Turkish border with Bulgaria. 1-2-23

"MOSCOW, January 1. /TASS/. The hryvnia is completely out of circulation in the new regions of Russia as of January 1, 2023, and the ruble will be the only currency used in these territories. Last year, authorities had already begun to pay all social payments and salaries to state employees in rubles. Nevertheless, until the end of the year, a dual-currency system was used in the regions - the Ukrainian hryvnia and the Russian ruble were both in use. From January 1, it will no longer be possible to pay with the hryvnia, and citizens who still hold the Ukrainian currency can exchange it at bank branches." The Russian news is reporting about bank notes. (January 2, 2023)

It's faulty border fence items and so it's maybe German-made stuff.

The desert
The ports
And then German-made hardware
German radio signals

The Syrian desert
Israeli ports
German-made warplanes
Berlin sends radio signals to IDF warplanes

The Syrian desert is near Damascus. Raqqa, Syria is near Iraq. It seems like there are military research facilities in that desert. Maybe the Germans trade through Israeli ports. Maybe the Germans are sending radio signals to Israeli warplanes about these airstrikes.

"Two Syrian servicemen died as a result of Israel's air strike - SANA" "According to the agency, two more people were injured" "MOSCOW,January 2. /TASS/. Two Syrian servicemen died on Monday as a result of an air strike from Israel against the Damascus airport, SANA news agency said, citing sources. Two more individuals were wounded, according to them. The Damascus airport suspended operations, the news agency said." The Russian news is reporting on the IDF. (January 2, 2023)

Maybe the illegal migrants come because of faulty German-made border fence items.

"A total of 15,605 third-country nationals were detained in Bulgaria in January - November 2022, including 2,206 apprehended at the entrance of the state border and 2,293 at the exit without registration, according to the latest data of the Interior Ministry of Interior on the migration situation in the country released on Saturday. The migrants found to be illegally staying in the interior of the country by November 30 numbered 11,106, with the majority being citizens from Afghanistan - 49.9% and Syria - 36.1%. A 1.6-fold increase was recorded compared to the total number of detainees in the same period of 2021 (9,574). The latest monthly statistics of the Ministry for November show that 1,178 migrants were detained, including 170 upon entrance at the state border, 224 upon exit without registration, while 784 were found in illegal sojourn in the interior of the country. The number is 30.2% less compared to the previous month of October (1,687 individuals). As of November 30, the number of people accommodated in the refugee centres of the State Agency for Refugees was 2,534, which is 67% of their capacity. These are mainly Syrians (2,102) and Afghans (172). The Migration Directorate of the Ministry is currently housing 673 people, which which is 63.5% of its capacity. Citizens of Syria - 256, Afghanistan - 207 and Morocco - 124." The Bulgarian news is reporting on illegal migration. (January 2, 2023)

This one is about Vienna, Austria. Austria is sometimes included in maps of the Balkans. Sometimes it isn't.
I wonder about German exports and border fence items. Maybe it is German labor unions that operate some of the border fence technology.
The Bulgarians sometimes are investigated, maybe they let people in illegally, for example.
["Bulgaria's President and Austria's Chancellor: Guarding the EU's External Borders is Key to tackling Illegal Migration" "Protecting the external borders of the European Union is a common commitment of all member states and is key to tackling illegal migration." This was the general position of President Rumen Radev and the Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Austria Karl Nehammer, who talked today in Vienna, reports the press service of the Bulgarian presidency. At the invitation of Karl Nehammer, the Bulgarian president is the only state leader invited to this year's edition of the traditional New Year's concert of the Vienna Philharmonic in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein. The two leaders highlighted during the warm-up the good cooperation between Bulgaria and Austria and discussed the European migration and asylum policy before the European Council on February 9 and 10. Rumen Radev stressed that the protection of the external European borders requires even closer cooperation between European countries, as well as targeted technical and financial support from the EU. The President also reminded that Bulgaria has made substantial investments in the improvement of the protection of its borders and this has been confirmed by all the missions of the European Union. For his part, the Federal Chancellor of Austria - Karl Nehammer expressed his appreciation for the invitation accepted by the Bulgarian head of state to visit Vienna to continue the bilateral dialogue and highlighted Austria's desire to strengthen cooperation with our country in the protection of the EU's external borders to deal with illegal migration. In his words, Europe cannot afford tens of thousands of unregistered migrants to cross the territory of EU member states. The high number of illegal migrants also represents a serious problem for the security of the entire European Union, for which more support is needed for the countries guarding the external borders of the Union and exposed to migratory pressure, including Bulgaria. Chancellor Karl Nehammer is scheduled to visit Bulgaria on January 23, where he will familiarize himself with the measures taken by our country to protect the borders of the EU. Nehammer stressed that Bulgaria has made a lot of efforts to strengthen the protection of the external European borders to counter the increased migratory pressure, and our country should also receive greater financial support from the EU to improve the border fence, as well as to increase the presence of Frontex. During his visit to Austria, the head of state Rumen Radev also spoke with the federal president Alexander Van der Bellen and held a meeting with the minister of foreign affairs of India Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, the press release of the Bulgarian presidency also states.] The Bulgarian news is reporting on Vienna. (January 2, 2023)

The Caucasus region is Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia.
This means Yerevan, Baku, and Tbilisi.
North of the Caucasus region is Russia and to the south is Iran.
This is inherently contested territory between Russia, Turkey, and Iran.
It's likely the Turkish army cyberattacks, or whatever all three countries in the Caucasus region.
Of course the Armenian genocide of the twentieth century.
Recently there have been reports about Iranian army groups near Damascus.
Maybe the Iranians are also cyberattacking, or whatever the Caucasus region.
The Pahlavi family, they had relatives in Azerbaijan.

Russia used to span fourteen time zones.
There is a list of neighboring countries.
The Caucasus region, it's tempting for the Turks to use those ports.

About the Far Right election in Tel Aviv.
From Washington, DC, often the concern is about what goes between Tel Aviv and East Asia.
And if it's a far right government in Tel Aviv.
Maybe right wingers, or whatever, from East Asia use Israeli ports for trade.
When the Israeli parliament is right wing, maybe that means military stuff is traded to East Asia.

Washington, DC

This is me talking about the Caucasus region. 12-31-22

If there is right wingerism in Tel Aviv, maybe there is right wingerism in the Balkans. Maybe right wingerism explains these tensions in Kosovo. (December 31, 2022)

This is me talking about James Matthews.


— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) December 31, 2022

"China stages big military incursion, Taiwan says" "China has staged one of its biggest incursions in the seas and skies around Taiwan, the island's government says. It said that 71 Chinese air force planes, including fighter jets and drones, had entered Taiwan's so-called air defence identification zone. The US said China's military activity was "destabilising" and undermined "regional peace and stability". Taiwan is self-ruled - but China sees it as a breakaway province with which it will eventually reunite. Tensions between the two sides have steadily increased in recent months. In August, Beijing was enraged by a visit to the island by US Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, the most senior US politician to visit Taiwan in 25 years. China responded to that visit by holding what was then its biggest-ever military exercises in the seas around Taiwan, and also blocked some trade with the island. Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu condemned China's action then as highly provocative. China has never said it would not use force to bring Taiwan under its control. On Monday, Taiwan's defence ministry said 43 Chinese aircraft had crossed over the so-called median line, an unofficial buffer separating the two sides inside the air defence zone. China said it had conducted "strike drills" around Taiwan on Sunday in response to what it said was provocation from the island and the US. A White House National Security Council official said the US was concerned by the latest development, adding it would "continue to assist Taiwan in maintaining a sufficient self-defence capability in line with our long-standing commitments and consistent with our one-China policy". Washington has always walked a diplomatic tightrope over the issue of Taiwan. On the one hand it adheres to the one-China policy, a cornerstone of its relationship with Beijing. Under this policy, the US acknowledges that there is only one Chinese government, and has formal ties with Beijing rather than Taiwan. But it also maintains close relations with Taiwan and sells arms to it under the Taiwan Relations Act, which states that the US must provide the island with the means to defend itself." The BBC is reporting on Taipei. (December 31, 2022)

"Azerbaijan's foreign minister said that his country does not obstruct traffic in the Lachin corridor, which connects Armenia to Karabakh.In a phone talk with his Estonian counterpart Urmas Reinsalu, Bayramov pointed out that Azerbaijan put forward a number of initiatives to restore relations with Armenia, including proposals for a peace agreement, but the process was hampered by Armenia." The Turkish news is reporting on the Caucasus region. (December 31, 2022)

["UN vote on Israel's occupation 'a victory,' say Palestinians" "The Palestinians on Saturday welcomed a vote by the United Nations General Assembly requesting that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) provide an opinion on the legal consequences of Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories. The Hague-based ICJ, also known as the World Court, is the top U.N. court dealing with disputes between states. Its rulings are binding, though the ICJ has no power to enforce them. The vote on Friday nonetheless presents a challenge for Israel's incoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who took office on Thursday at the head of a hard-right government that includes parties who advocate for occupied West Bank lands to be annexed. Israel captured the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem - areas the Palestinians want for a state - in a 1967 war. Peace talks broke down in 2014. "The time has come for Israel to be a state subject to law, and to be held accountable for its ongoing crimes against our people," Nabil Abu Rudeineh, spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, said.] France24 is reporting on Tel Aviv. (December 31, 2022)

That's what I like. That's what I want. #Amsterdam

"Kosovo: NATO peacekeepers investigate shooting" "...after Serbia sent its army chief to the border area in response." "The peacekeepers known as KFOR..." The Washington Post is reporting on Kosovo. (December 28, 2022)

This is me talking about Kosovo. 12-28-22

Wayne, really got Coleen pregnant a lot. But Coleen is kind of not smart, and so she needs a lot of his help with the every day about the kids. #DCU

"Vucic visits the units between Kraljevo and Raska" "President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, completed his tour of the units of the Serbian Army between Kraljevo and Raska this evening." The Serbian news is reporting on President Vucic. (December 28, 2022)

[MOSCOW, December 27. /TASS/. The situation in Syria and issues of political settlement in that country were the focus of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov's telephone call with his Syrian counterpart, Faisal Mekdad, the Russian foreign ministry said on Tuesday. "The ministers discussed the development of the situation in and around Syria with a focus on the efforts to promote a comprehensive political settlement in that country. High praise was given to the results of the 19th Astana-format international meeting on Syria, which was held in Kazakhstan on November 22-23," the ministry said.] The Russian news is reporting on Damascus. (December 28, 2022)

Wayne agrees to coach the team.
The he doesn't.
He says he cannot coach the team because of Coleen and the kids.

[Russia's Ambassador to Sofia Eleonora Mitrofanova has been summoned to a meeting at the Foreign Ministry on the first working day after the holidays, the Foreign Ministry's press office told BTA on Tuesday in connection with the case of Bulgarian investigative journalist Hristo Grozev declared wanted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. The meeting will discuss the ban on the study of the Bulgarian language in the occupied regions of Ukraine by the Russian Federation, the removal of portraits of Bulgarian historical figures, as well as the inclusion of Hristo Grozev on a federal wanted list, the Foreign Ministry said. Grozev was declared wanted on Monday, a statement from Russia's Interior Ministry said he was wanted for violating "an article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation."] The Bulgarian news is reporting on the Russian foreign ministry. (December 28, 2022)

"Serbian President Vucic discusses with Patriarch Porfirije situation in Kosovo, Metohija" "The situation in Kosovo and Metohija was still tense, with Serbians in the north of the country remaining at the barricades for the 18th day in a row" "BELGRADE, December 27. /TASS/. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic discussed with Patriarch Porfirije of Serbia the situation in Kosovo and Metohija, the Tanjug news agency reported on Tuesday. The meeting reportedly took place on Monday night after Pristina banned the patriarch from entering the region before Christmas. It was held at the residence of His Holiness. Several Serbian media outlets reported that Vucic had asked Patriarch Porfirije to give his blessing to defend Kosovo and Metohija just like Prince Lazar did before the Battle of Kosovo in 1389. The situation in Kosovo and Metohija was still tense, with Serbians in the north of the country remaining at the barricades for the 18th day in a row. The situation in Kosovo escalated sharply on December 6, when special forces of the unrecognized entity, accompanied by patrols of the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX), started to occupy the premises of election commissions in northern Kosovo and Metohija. The Serbian population fought back against the Kosovars, who withdrew across the Ibar River. On December 8, about 350 Kosovo police officers entered the Serb-inhabited north of the province in armored vehicles and blockaded the northern part of Mitrovica. On December 10, the Kosovo police in Mitrovica arrested former Serb policeman Dejan Pantic on spurious charges. In retaliation, the Serbian population held mass protests and blocked several roads with barricades." The Russian news is reporting on President Vucic. (December 27, 2022)

"South Korea has raised Warplanes after an Attack by North Korean Drones" "South Korea has raised fighter jets and attack helicopters and fired warning shots after North Korean drones invaded its airspace today, Reuters reported, citing the South's armed forces. South Korea has determined that the drones came from North Korea, crossing the so-called military demarcation line between the two countries. They were spotted in the skies over the western South Korean city of Gimpo at around 10:25 a.m. local time, the military said. A KA-1 light attack aircraft crashed shortly after taking off from its base to counter the drones, a South Korean defense ministry official said. The two pilots managed to leave the plane before it crashed and were taken to hospital. South Korea's transport ministry said flights from Incheon and Gimpo airports were temporarily suspended at the request of the military. Flights were suspended for about an hour and airports are now operating again, a ministry official said." The Bulgarian news is reporting on drones. (December 27, 2022)

It's known as the One China perspective.
Maybe obviously Taiwan is a part of China because it's a small island near the Chinese mainland.
Maybe obviously it isn't because it sits on a different seismic plate.
There are historically waves of migrants that move from mainland China to Taiwan.
For example, the Mings and the Republicans were exiled there.

Indonesia has a difficult language about maps and stuff.
The North Koreans really fired off a lot of missiles in 2022.


— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) December 26, 2022

I don't want to agree.
I refuse to agree.

"Indonesia: 58 Rohingya migrants land after weeks at sea" "Taiwan: China conducts 'strike drills' around island" "Iran: Currency nears record low as unrest goes on" "North Korea: Missiles add to tension over arms allegation" The Washington Post is reporting on East Asia. Notice both the PLA and the North Koreans are doing military stuff. Maybe the Germans are sending radio signals to both Beijing and Pyongyang. Maybe the Germans sent both cities the hardware they're using. (December 26, 2022)

"Serbs at the barricades on the 14th day; Resolution 1244 is functional in Kosovo" "Serbs are on the fourteenth day at the barricades on the main road routes in the north of Kosovo, firmly determined to stay there until their demands are met." The Serbian news is reporting on Kosovo. (December 26, 2022)

"BELGRADE, December 25. /TASS/. The authorities of the non-recognized republic of Kosovo have banned Patriarch of Serbia Porfirije from visiting Kosovo and Metohija on Christmas, the press service of the Serbian Orthodox Church said on Sunday." The Russian news is reporting on Kosovo. (December 26, 2022)

["Taiwan registers 71 PRC aircraft, 7 ships approaching the island in 24 hours" "The Taiwanese military engaged ships and dispatched an air patrol for monitoring, and deployed missile air defense systems" "TASS, December 26. The Taiwanese Defense Ministry registered 7 People's Liberation Army ships and 71 aircraft in the past 24 hours, with 47 aircraft approaching the island, the Ministry said in a daily summary published Monday." "By 06:00 [local time] today, a total of 71 aircraft and 7 PLA ships were registered around Taiwan," the statement says. A total of 47 PLA planes crossed the so-called median line in the Taiwan Strait and entered the Taiwanese air defense identification zone. The Taiwanese military engaged ships and dispatched an air patrol for monitoring, and deployed missile air defense systems.] The Russian news is reporting on Taipei. Maybe these are German-made warplanes.
It's possible the Germans send over both warplanes and anti-aircraft weapons.
(December 26, 2022)

[Bishop Gerasim read the Christmas Message by Patriarch Neophyte from the pulpit. "Let us desire, seek, and treasure the peace the Lord brought to earth by His birth as man, and let us not forget that, though at odds with our Lord and Creator from the very beginning of our existence, 'while we were God's enemies, we were reconciled to him through the death of his Son' (Rm 5:10)," Patriarch Neophyte said in his message. "Today, when our world continues to be torn apart by internecine strife and controversy, when goodwill among men is increasingly giving way to enmity and intolerance of the other, when military conflicts as a means of settling our disputes are not only not diminishing but are assuming ever more threatening proportions and are ruining millions of human destinies, we have again the only true hope, and that is our faith and our trust in God's goodness and God's all-forgiving love. That love which led God Himself to take on human nature, to enter our world and live among us as man; which led Him to the Cross and the crucifixion, to suffering and death, and even to the abyss of hell, in order thus to accomplish our redemption and salvation," the Patriarch stressed and extended his Nativity greetings.] This is the Bulgarian Christmas message. (December 26, 2022)

At Texas I took Nutrition. At the end of it, what I thought is that everyone agrees on a few things. For example, bacteria sours food under these conditions. Such as certain things need to be kept cold. Part of nutrition is eating safe for you food in terms of it won't make you sick.
The other thing everyone seems to agree on is fiber.
Not everyone maybe agrees on protein.
But, I think everyone does agree that we all need a lot of fiber.

[Kremlin accuses US of using Ukraine as battleground to weaken Russia Russia on Thursday accused Kyiv and Washington of turning a deaf ear to its concerns and charged the United States was using Ukraine as a battleground to weaken Russia. It came as President Vladimir Putin insisted Russia was aiming for a speedy end to the fighting. "Our goal is... to end this conflict. We are striving for this," he told reporters. "We will seek to make sure that it all ends, and the sooner, the better." "All conflicts end, some way or another, with talks... The faster our adversaries (in Kyiv) understand that, the better it will be," Putin said. Moscow's military chief has said Russian forces are now concentrated on wresting control of the eastern Donetsk region where the battered city of Bakhmut has become an epicenter of fighting. fficials in Moscow have repeatedly said in recent months that they have not ruled out talks with Ukraine. They blamed the closure of diplomatic channels on President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who has said he will not negotiate while Putin is in power. The Ukrainian leader has returned from a historic trip to Washington, where he told Congress his country was "alive and kicking" and supporting it was an investment in global security.]

This one. The Virginians are German immigrants. It seems illegal if they spend too much money on Ukraine because you wonder about labor strikes. Did everyone go to college? Is anyone drinking too much? There should be real concern about the Virginians wasting money on sending too much stuff to Ukraine. (December 24, 2022)

This is from the BBC. It seems like German radio technology allows for strange domestic policies like this one.
Maybe the Germans sent radios to New Delhi and that's why they have the technology so they can enforce weird epidemic measures.

"India steps up Covid surveillance after China surge" "India's health ministry is on alert following a surge of Covid cases in neighboring China. The government has instructed states to ensure genome sequencing of all positive cases in the country. It has also asked state governments to step up efforts to curb any possible spread during the Christmas and New Year festivities. India witnessed two deadly waves of Covid in 2020 and 2021, but has seen low infection levels this year."

Washington, DC
December 24, 2022

"Taiwan scrambles jets to warn away Chinese air force incursion" "TAIPEI: Taiwan scrambled combat jets to warn away 39 Chinese aircraft that entered its southeastern air defence zone, the island's defence ministry said on Thursday (Dec 22). Taiwan has complained of repeated missions by the Chinese air force over the last two years, often in southern areas of its air defence identification zone, or ADIZ. Thursday's incursion included 21 fighters and four H-6 bombers, as well as early warning, antisubmarine and aerial refuelling aircraft, Taiwan's defence ministry said in a report detailing Chinese activities in its ADIZ over the last 24 hours. Many of the aircraft flew over a waterway known as the Bashi Channel to an area off the island's southeastern coast, according to a map provided by the ministry. Three Chinese navy ships were also detected near Taiwan, the ministry said. Taiwan sent unspecified combat aircraft to warn away the Chinese planes, while missile systems monitored their flight, the ministry said, using standard wording for its response. Separate Taiwan government notices have said the defence ministry's research and development arm, the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology, is holding a missile firing drill this week on the island's southeastern coast. China, which claims Taiwan as its own, has stepped up pressure in recent years on the self-governed island to accept Beijing's rule. Taiwan's government rejects the Chinese claims and says it wants peace but will defend itself if attacked."

'Myanmar junta foreign minister meets some ASEAN counterparts at 'informal' Thai meeting' 'BANGKOK: Three Southeast Asian foreign ministers and a regional envoy tasked with solving the Myanmar crisis met with the junta's top diplomat at an "informal" meeting in Thailand on Thursday (Dec 22), the Thai government said. The meeting came shortly after the United Nations Security Council adopted its first resolution on Myanmar, demanding "an immediate end to all forms of violence". The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has led diplomatic efforts to resolve the turmoil that has gripped Myanmar since the military seized power last year. There has, however, been little progress on a "five-point consensus" agreed with the junta in April 2021, which calls for an immediate end to violence and dialogue between the military and the anti-coup movement. There was "candid and constructive" discussion between the foreign ministers of Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia, Thai foreign ministry spokesperson Kanchana Patarachoke said. "This included the opportunity to hear from Myanmar and to exchange views on finding the exit strategy and pathways towards a return to normalcy in Myanmar," she said. The meeting touched on facilitating humanitarian assistance, Kanchana said, as well as "exploring other approaches that could support the implementation of the Five-Point Consensus".'

'North Korea sold arms to Russia's Wagner group: United States' 'WASHINGTON: North Korea has delivered arms to Russia's private military group Wagner, the White House said Thursday (Dec 22), calling the group a "rival" for power to the defence and other ministries in the Kremlin. The US will boost sanctions on the Wagner group following North Korea's sale to the group of infantry rockets and missiles last month, in violation of UN Security Council resolutions, said White House national security spokesman John Kirby. "Wagner is searching around the world for arms suppliers to support its military operations in Ukraine," Kirby told reporters. "We can confirm that North Korea has completed an initial arms delivery to Wagner, which paid for that equipment," he said. Kirby said the Wagner group, which is independent of the Russian defense establishment and is leading a bloody siege of Bakhmut, Ukraine, is spending more than US$100 million each month in its Ukraine operations. "Wagner is emerging as a rival power center to the Russian military and other Russian ministries," Kirby said. "SIGN OF DESPERATION" In a statement, British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said the UK concurs with the American assessment that North Korea delivered arms to Russia for the Wagner group in violation of UN resolutions. "The fact that President Putin is turning to North Korea for help is a sign of Russia's desperation and isolation," Cleverly said. "We will work with our partners to ensure that North Korea pays a high price for supporting Russia's illegal war in Ukraine." The Wagner group is controlled by Yevgeny Prigozhin, a businessman once called "Putin's chef" for his work catering dinners for Vladimir Putin before and after he became the Russian president.

'Hong Kong court rejects bid to terminate sedition trial of Stand News' HONG KONG: A Hong Kong Court on Thursday (Dec 22) rejected an application to terminate a sedition trial against now-defunct online media outlet Stand News, a case that could see two former top editors jailed if convicted. Former editors Chung Pui-kuen, 53, and Patrick Lam, 35, and the outlet's parent company, Best Pencil (Hong Kong), have been charged with conspiracy to publish seditious material related to news articles and commentaries between July 2020 and December last year. They have pleaded not guilty and are free on bail. Sedition is punishable by a maximum two years jail. Defence lawyers Audrey Eu and David Ma applied to terminate the proceedings arguing the National Security Department had improperly handled evidence related to scores of additional articles prosecutors have cited as seditious since the trial began. But District Court Judge Kwok Wai-kin said the defence could not prove that the prosecution had failed to disclose relevant material in a way that would compromise the fairness of the trial, or would "abuse the court procedures in future hearings". Stand News was forced to shut and took down all their online content after police raided its office and arrested seven former editorial staff and board members in December 2021. Hong Kong's government has said press freedom is enshrined in the city's mini-constitution, the Basic Law.

- Maybe these are German-made Chinese warplanes that are flying in the Taiwanese ADIZ.
- The Chinese infantry and the Germans might do secretive military stuff in Burma and that's why there is a need for a UNSC resolution.
- These might be German-made infantry rockets and missiles that passed from North Korea to the Wagner group.
- The Hong Kong PD might use German-made police radios and that's why they jail people for sedition.

Washington, DC
December 22, 2022

"Investigation Into Death of Bulgarian Border Police Officer Is At Advanced Stage, Turkish Court Is Yet to Rule" "The investigation into the death of the Bulgarian border policeman Petar Bachvarov, who was shot at the Bulgarian-Turkish border, is in an advanced stage and a court ruling in Turkey is pending, Interior Ministry Secretary General Petar Todorov told journalists. He received the information in his meetings late last week with the Turkish authorities. Most likely, the sentence in the case will be served on Turkish territory, Todorov assumed. The Border Police officer, Sergeant Petar Bachvarov, was killed on November 7 while patrolling the border with Turkiye, near the village of Golyam Dervent. Two days later, the Turkish authorities arrested two brothers, one of whom confessed to shooting at Bachvarov from Turkish territory through a chink in the border fence. Turkiye will build a monument to Bachvarov, it emerged during a visit by Bulgarian National Assembly Chair Vezhdi Rashidov earlier this week. Todorov and part of the Interior Ministry's leadership attended a ceremony in front of the Monument to Police Officers Killed in the Line of Duty, where flowers were laid on the occasion of the professional holiday of the Border Police." The Bulgarian news is reporting on the border with Turkey. (December 22, 2022)

This is me talking about James Matthews. 12-21-22