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stupid … I cannot let these questions

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Banks receive some people’s savings and pay them a very small interest. Then banks lend this money to clients and ask some more interest. But, the bank lends only 10% to 2% of the savers money, the rest, 90%-98% will be virtual money -  means created out of nothing, means: THE BANK DOES NOT POSSESS IT.

THUS, WHY THE HELL DO WE PAY THEM INTERESTS FOR THIS 90%-98% ?

I guess we cannot explain it, we just repeat the same eternal stupidity, as we are forbidden to see the emperor without its clothes.

And more: IF the banks have NO DEPOSIT for this virtual money, why should we pay it back to them? Why not put it (the 90%-98%) into a common account (a big pot) to pay with this money all public needs, developments, researches, scools, medical needs, even free houses, transports … ?

What makes us unable to think in this way? Are we so much submitted that – in economics – we all live with a kind of Economic Stockholm Syndrome? What the hell is happening …

I guess, aristocrats, who invented in some dark middle ages this banking system, strongly filled up our brains with their rules. Rules then out of a feodal believe system. A system submitting us (the 99,99%) automatically (to them). Thus, today we are unable to leave the system … to let go the known … leave it for the unknown.

Like in the Stockholm Syndrome

Look, guys, IF we could become able to force our govs to STOP all the running stupidities … my god …

we just have to accept it ourselves, and force them

(Heidi)

from now on less work on this blog

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… with from time to time some music or a text for mind and soul …

.R (97) korrigiert rogne 28p.
… a little snake from divings in Thailand …

The Delhi Headquarter of AEHRF has got ECOSOC-status

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Virus-Wahn

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Video mit Dr. Claus Köhnlein: Milliarden-Profite mit erfundenen Seuchen, 50.09 min, von Dokusant1 am 30. Juli 2011 hochgeladen: Michael Vogt im Gespräch mit Dr. med. Claus Köhnlein über die Märchen von den Viren und das ganze große Geschäft.   Continue Reading…

The right for changes in our life patterns

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(Published already on Feb 26, 2008 on my blog Mein privater Garten, blog showing a fake virus alert / explication). And hereafter again what I mean:

  • Everyone has the right to change his individual behaviour, the believes, the way we understand ourselves. We are allowed to change all those arrangements giving an individual its Identity. Clan traditions have to come second. Formulated in UN language we could say: We have the right to change our identity, as long as we are able to.   Continue Reading…

Woman at the Window: Judging Edward Snowden from Next Door, Part 1

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Published on Spiegel Online International, by Alexander Osang, Dec 6, 2013 (Photo Gallery).

Joyce Kinsey and Edward Snowden were neighbors. She observed him night and day. Now that he’s gone, she is passing judgment on the former NSA contractor turned whistleblower. Like many Americans, Kinsey views the world from a narrow suburban perspective … //

… My Neighbor, the Traitor’s Mom:  Continue Reading…

Caveman Cuisine: Scientists Question Rise of the Paleo Diet

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Published on Spiegel Online International, by Frank Thadeusz, November 08, 2013 (Photo Gallery: Stone Age Eating on the Paleo DietTranslated from the German by Christopher Sultan).

The paleo diet – which supposedly mimics what our caveman ancestors ate – has become a new health craze. But many scientists doubt that this hunter-gatherer cuisine of meat, veggies and fruit is as healthy as advertised, or even historically correct.

There are a growing number of people dedicated to the world of healthy food and starvation diets. Sometimes they try to convince their fellow human beings to join them in their strict approach to eating, advising friends and partners to cut down on beer consumption or give up bratwurst.   Continue Reading…

My anorexic 9-year-old

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I never thought this could happen to a child so young, in a body-positive household like ours. Boy, was I wrong – Published on SALON.com, by KRISTI BELCAMINO, August 6, 2013.

My 9-year-old daughter was starving herself to death. And somehow, God forgive me, I didn’t notice until it was almost too late.
We were busy running from soccer to swim lessons to play dates. But that’s no excuse. The mere idea of a fourth-grader becoming anorexic was so foreign, so wild and so far-fetched, that it never crossed my mind.  Continue Reading…

Chile red-hot as student protest turns violent

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Published on Russia Today RT, June 28, 2013.

First a short video, 1.18 min: Students clash with riot police during a protest to demand Chilean President Sebastian Pinera’s government to improve the public education quality, in Santiago, on June 26 …
Santiago police responded to hooded protesters in the Chilean capital with tear gas and water cannon, marring a largely peaceful demonstration by more than 100,000 students and union workers demanding fair distribution of wealth.   Continue Reading…

statistics per end of June 2013

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see them on our Gesundheits-Blog, the only one having the newest upgrade permitting to publish these graphics.

Die Klasse

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TV film auf SF2 am 18.11.2012/22.25h

Wäre ich als Lehrerin vor dieser Klasse gestanden, hätte ich einigen Jungen und Mädchen dies sagen wollen:

Ihr wisst nicht, warum ihr hier zur Schule geht. Ihr seid hier, weil das Erziehungskonzept unserer zivilisierten Länder euch dazu zwingt. Ihr müsst euren Tag hier verbringen, weil ihr während der Schulzeit an keinem anderen Ort sein dürft.   Continue Reading…

Aufpassen: Phishing-Nachrichten = Betrugsmasche

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Zuerst erhielt ich folgendes e-mail:   Continue Reading…

Scaramouche, a Romance of the French Revolution

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Scaramouche, by Rafael Sabatini, 36 videos on YouTube in autoplay: Book 1: Chapters 1 – 9; Book 2: Chapters 1 – 11; Book 3: Chapters 1 – 16 …or find it directly on CC Prose: page 15, and page 16;

Find also on CC Prose Pride and Prejudice: Page 21; page 22; Page 23;

… and many, many other videos …

NGOs: The Missionaries of Empire

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Published on Global Research.ca, by Devon DB, March 3, 2012.

Non-governmental organizations are an increasingly important part of the 21st century international lanscape performing a variety of humanitarian tasks pertaining inter alia to issues of poverty, the environment and civil libertites. However, there is a dark side to NGOs. They have been and are currently being used as tools of foreign policy, specifically with the United States. Instead of using purely military force, the US has now moved to using NGOs as tools in its foreign policy implementation, specifically the National Endowment for Democracy, Freedom House, and Amnesty International.   Continue Reading…

Enforcing the law

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What chance does the new minister of interior have in building public confidence in the way Egypt is policed? – Published on Al-Ahram weekly, by Reem Leila, 15 – 21 December 2011.

Newly appointed Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim Youssef has received strict instructions from Prime Minister Kamal El-Ganzouri — they have met three times since Youssef was sworn in last week — to ensure security returns quickly to the streets. Youssef has pledged to rebuild confidence between the public and the police, ensure public safety and impose law and order in the streets.   Continue Reading…

worldwide economic, social and cultural Institutions

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why not create them analog to Swiss political Institutions – we have:

  • an Executive branch: the Federal Council, Switzerland’s government, has seven members. Each year, a different member becomes Federal President …
  • a Legislative branch: the Parliament: The Federal Assembly is made up of two chambers, the National Council representing the people, and the Council of States, representing the cantons …
  • The Sovereign is the people, as they people has the power for the last decision: (see politics of Switzerland: For any change in the constitution, a referendum is mandatory; for any change in a law, a referendum can be requested. Through referenda, citizens may challenge any law voted by federal parliament and through initiatives introduce amendments to the federal constitution, making Switzerland the closest state in the world to a direct democracy).  Continue Reading…

The day the silent majority voted

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The first stage of Egypt’s first post-Mubarak parliamentary elections saw the silent majority turning out in their millions to vote despite continuing unrest and political divisions – Published on Al-Ahram, Issue No. 1074, weekly online, by Gamal Essam El-Din, 1-7 December 2011.

… A large number of foreign and local civil society organisations took part in monitoring the polls for the first time, with observers coming from the US-based International Foundation for Electoral Systems, the Carter Center at Emory University, and the National Democratic Institute and International Republican Institute. The observers toured a number of polling stations in Cairo, and reported positive experiences.   Continue Reading…

Labor Must Choose Between Occupy and the Democrats

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Published on Global Research.ca (see also on WORKER’s ACTION), by Shamus Cooke, November 21, 2011.

The Occupy Movement couldn’t have come along at a worse time, from the viewpoint of the Democrats. Election season is just getting started and Occupy has thrown a giant wrench into the political machinery. Some labor leaders too are sensing “politics as usual” shifting under their feet; the “get out the vote” for the Democrats may elicit blank stares from the rank and file. Occupy has the potential to create earthquakes within the labor movement and labor’s relationship to the Democrats, if it approaches the subject intelligently. This seismic shift could permanently change politics in the United States, much for the better.   Continue Reading…

Here’s the Risk: OCCUPY ends up doing the bidding of the global elite

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Published on Global Research.ca (first on The Guardian), by Patrick Henningsen, November 17, 2011.

History shows us it is easy for ‘grassroots’ campaigns to become co-opted by the very interests they are fighting against. A 21st-century grassroots movement faces many pitfalls. This was as true back in 1968 as it is today. It could be infiltrated by law enforcement and intelligence agencies, or co-opted by a major party. As the state continues to creep further into our lives, activists can expect that it will use all its resources – not just the violent reaction seen in New York overnight, but also its agents, informants and surveillance packages – in its effort to monitor both sides of any serious social debate.   Continue Reading…

Der Mensch als EGO – ein anderer Blickwinkel

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1989, in einer Zeit intensiver Esoterik-Therapie-Workshops geschrieben (aber der Ursprung all dieser Erkenntnisse muss irgendwo zwischen der Psycho-Werkstatt in Big Sur /Kaliforniern und den buddhistischen Klöstern in Japan liegen, wo die Gründer von Big Sur damals ihre Erleuchtung holten … gemäss dem, was uns damals erklärt wurde). Hier also der Text gemäss dem, was ich selber damals verstanden habe. Und weil ich heute, im September 2011 immer noch dazu stehen kann, habe ich das damals Geschriebene zum Teil bloss etwas besser ausformuliert.  Continue Reading…

how women’s privat sex behavior is answered – a real story

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an expat women living in the United Arab Emirates made a trip in Europe for shoppings and found a nice sex toy for her personal use. Coming back to the UAE, the customs made her open bags, the toy was found and confiscated. No right to enter this in the UAE, even not for personal use. Even not for expats.

Explanation: not compatible with UAE’s rules.

The difference between Europe and UAE is – in fact – not only in the use of sex toys, but mainly that a state, a nation, a so called governement dominated by a ruling family can decide about privat lifes inside the own house – even of (westeners) expats.

Don’t be mystified by the so called modernity of Scheik led countries: they are deeply dominating your privat life, even if actually no arab spring is happening there. They are still deeply dictatorial about all your life.
Heidi.

forgotten how Govs have to be run?

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to all those complaining Obama’s unability to save the world:

  • Hey guys, do you forget that it is up to the US-people, means up to YOU to force a president what has to be done!
  • Instead you are waiting that any poor president may perform miracles to save your A…, regardless all dirty plays of this naughty US-oligarchy and AGAINST a congress YOU had elected?
  • … and: against the blackmailings of the still working rainmakers … WE collectively have to disable.

Gedankenfetzen zur öffentlichen Meinung

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(War schon im Februar 2006 auf meinem Blog Mein privater Garten, heute etwas verdeutlicht).

Das Recht auf Distanz zur öffentlichen Meinung zu gehen und nach aussen zu vertreten fängt damit an, diese Fähigkeit erst einmal zu entwickeln. Das heisst, intim überzeugt sein, ich habe dieses Recht. Dann zugeben, wie viel bin ich dazu fähig? Kann ich öffentlich Anderstdenkenden gegenüberzutreten? Bin ich fähig, grösserem Druck stand zu halten? Es wird immer wieder vergessen, dass das auch gelernt werden muss (heute in der Schweiz etwa Arenafähigkeit* zu zeigen, dort auftreten zu können).

Dann weiter: bin ich überhaupt gewillt, zu so etwas anzutreten? Alleine? Denn gemeinsam (besonders als neu entstandene Partei oder gar Sekte) geht es doch besser. Solange Gemeinsamkeit besteht, kann eine öffentliche Gegenmeinung sehr lustvoll sein.  Continue Reading…

The right for changes in our life patterns

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Was already my blogs on February 2008 in Mein privater Garten. – Linked on this blog with Ein kleines Arabermädchen in german.

Everyone has the right to change his individual behaviour, his believes, the way we understand ourselves. We are allowed to change all those arrangements giving an individual its Identity. Clan traditions have to come second. Formulated in UN language we could say: We have the right to change our identity, as long /as soon as we are able to do so.

But these Rights were created by a society of individuals, our western world. If we do not accept the behaviour, the mentality, the law of a group, we leave it as soon as we can. Or we try to change the group, we manipulate it in our sense. Continue Reading…

Machtverteilung im Mittelalter

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War schon im Februar 2006 auf meinem Blog Mein privater Garten.

Schon anfangs vierzehntes Jahrhundert waren die reichen Bürger von Köln die Herren der Stadt. Die Adeligen wohnten auf ihren Burgen, bekriegten sich gegenseitig, indem sie einander die Bauernhöfe niederbrannten und sonstigen Unfug anstellten. Sie begannen zu verarmen, weil sie nie arbeiten lernten.

Der Erzbischof von Köln durfte um 1340 herum nur dann in die Stadt, wenn seine Schäfchen ihn verlangten, oder wenn er in zweiter Instanz Recht sprechen musste. Da erfanden die Adeligen einen Trick, um die Macht wieder zu erhalten.

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