Nigel Farage could have written this speech.
Interesting. Doesn’t explain what motivated him that day, however.
Something’s funny here. The guy they are describing doesn’t just randomly do this.
You know, after listening to her story, I do understand why she is doing it. She says it. She is trying to expunge a great shame on what she feels is her heritage. It seems to me she is unable to distinguish between German heritage and culture and that horrible time created by the inner Nazi circle and those in the military and political elite who were complicit. So, ultimately, she denies the facts, facts which have been verified over and over.
She speaks of a big lie but she hasn’t rationally thought through from the facts that she will accept to the rationale behind the so-called “lie.” It makes no sense to anyone not directly involved in the events, and who can be objective about history after the fact. Why such a lie? History reports that the Aliies and the people at home in Canada and America could scarcely believe what they were being told. There had been rumours of some atrocities but it was the evidence of those who actually were there, boots on the ground, ordinary soldiers sickened and horrified by what they found.
Her Mother Was Right
She may not be the next Margaret Thatcher but she is already kicking cabinet butt and I like that she is going directly to Scotland to try and mend that fence. Good move.
She’s incorporating some of the Brexit people so it seems to me she wants to move forward with the job of independence, but at the same time is trying to unify the Kingdom.
I think leaders like Justin Trudeau and Barack Obama need to get over their gloomy tsk-tsk-ing about Brexit and extend a public hand to Theresa May. Unless of course they secretly hope she and the UK are not successful and prosperous.
Perhaps it is too early after the horror to say this, but I hear it every time there is an event of this nature, and I hear it from people who should know better, including national leaders, etc.
Maybe it is a small point but it irritates me to no end to hear people say, “our prayers go out to the families of the victims” or something similar.
Really, you are going to pray to the families of the victims? It is they that need you to pray for them, presumeably to someone powerful like God who can do someting to help them.
Now, if you said, “our prayers go out FOR the families of the victims” it would make sense.
Where does evil come from? It is hard to tell from this man’s background…
How do you quantify this? Not typical terrorism, not a typical terrorist. A deadly puzzle…
There is already so much outrage and by what I’ve heard people saying, it is beginning to sound like retribution is on everyone’s mind.
Understandable, but until there is some sense made of how and why this Tunisian went ahead and did this it may be a little early to go into action.
Seriously? For a woman who built her career in front of a camera and that based in large measure on how she looks, I think she’s just a little bit overly testy. OK, she`s also a talented actress in her own right.
Still, she would be clamouring for face time if the media ignored her. Come on.
Playing chicken with Putin is a dangerous game I think.
So what is the moral difference between those who sold temple money at a profit to the poor, and those people today who package and re-package money created out of thin air in the form of debt, and sell it as a “product” creating air upon air.
They never create anything tangible of value, they never produce anything, yet in 2008 their greed and games nearly crashed the entire North American system. Guess what, that was eight years and many bailouts ago and the American banks and financial institutions went right back at it, and today the total air economy is now ten times what it was then.
Who will bail them out this time?