The Nobel Peace Prize
Anton Goryunov reports from Oslo about the unelected people who turned up to the Nobel Peace Prize to broadcast more of that EU information. People like, Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission who as you will find out was chiming on about the single currency, still.
Find out more about the main things you should do when attending the Nobel Prize to impress the Committee
If you perhaps just want to know more about this years events from attendees like Thorbjoern Jagland, the Norwegian Nobel Committee top dog, or perhaps you are a President Barack Obama supporter then again this post is great for connecting dots.
Find out the three things the Secretary General to the Council of Europe award himself for all the good work they think they have done with the Chinese Communist Party and find out exactly how politics converges with banking in Europe.
Standing proud and unelected
Here you can find out more about Herman Van Rompuy he is one of the guys Anton mentions from United Europe . As you will find out without a special CV your leaving a lot of opportunities on the table, so go now and find out a humorous report about the Nobel Peace Prize in Europe.
“The Nobel Peace Prize To The EU Is Like Giving The Chinese Communists A Medal For Compassionate Politics” By Anton Goryunov.
EU orders have propagated a lot of angry rants from various people about Cyprus. The European Central Bank and the European Union apply pressure on everyone within the Eurozone. Angela Merkel hopes Athens will do what Brussels says because the European Union are spending a lot of other peoples money to keep Federal Europe in check. Greece falls into two categories. The Greek people awaiting Nikos Michaloliakos response to the future of further politics in Greece that will make the EU orders possible and they hope balance the scales and make the figures look better than they actually are. Anton Gorynov has wrote this detailed article from Athens.
Followers of the Angela Merkel and the team in Brussels are doing all they can to get the right message out to the rest of Europe who will have to dig even deeper to help out Greece a former host of the Olympics a few years a go. There is a lot of money on the table and the last thing they want is someone to blow it all, especially when it is other peoples cash.
So the European Union’s are asking lots of questions, who wouldn’t? The Greek government in addition are under suspicion of being members of the anti-EU Golden Dawn party. The MPs named it is believed have been dabbling in all sorts of stuff rather than following EU orders wasting the countries surplus on the arts.
The story although seeming something out of the movies is linked with shady rappers and followers of German Nazis 1936 values, its pretty much text book stuff. Anton manages to capture the uncomfortable situation between the two countries quite well and objectively highlights the main parts of scoop.
Anton thinks both Brussels and Greece have sold out to the same forces creeping in before World War II and underlines the National Socialists as the ring leaders, back in the 30’s and reappearing today in the EU orders from Federal Europe and its banking system ready for the next wave, a cone of power is needed to fix fire with fire.
Looks pretty similar these days, doesn’t it? A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally – Humorous comments and analysis of EU orders, news and current affairs.
Germany is a leader in Banking economics and people look to Angela Merkel from the European Union for the news. Adam Lovejoy responds in London about German Euro and the US dollar.
The US Federal Reserve and Ben Bernakaee, read all about Singapore, China and the IOUs on natural products.
Find out the latest change in the market on Wall Street, then disregard everything and use your own sense of judgement about the charts, graphs and candles to see where the real profit is going to be.
In today’s satirical article you can read some old jokes about German Nazis chewing gum and find out more about Angela Merkel and how she won the polls this week. Find out more about the up and coming coalition over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
As a special bonus we have provided entertaining and informative news about Eurozone debt crisis , EU members. Find out how games like Grand Theft Auto 5 and companies like Paddy Power are taking over the hearts and high streets, meanwhile Match Of The Day and the BBC are providing entertainment to get people out of their homes and onto the terraces.
Ben Delicious is in Berlin talking about German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the next four more years. Find out who Peer Steinbruck is and what he is standing up for in German politics. Read all about the Fukushima disaster and how the news shed light on Germany and its need for alternative energy. On top of all this over on Stirring Trouble Internationally read all about the Eurozone debt crisis, the EU, Jose Manuel Barroso and the European Central Bank, from Germany to Brussels Europe is feeling the pinch. The bottom line is will Angela serve another four more years for the country. Find out this and much much more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Jasmine Jenkins is on the ground in Gibraltar talking about what she is experiencing on her trip there and her observations about the influx of ships in port. The Spanish government and Mariano Rajoy is experience ing difficulties in Spain with a decline in tourism. This could well be due to the border taxes that are being implemented. Also a rise in taxes on booze and cigarettes Being part of the EU is a big and running a Spanish navy is one thing that makes Spain shine above the other members of the EU.
USS Mitscher and USS Gettysburg join a Spanish navy ship in a tactical maneuvering exercise. (Photo credit: Official U.S. Navy Imagery)
The tensions of border checks creating long queues in traffic going into the British colony is unknown why it is happening though is is breaking the freedom the move around rule. The Royal Navy were passing buy and paid a visit to ask why it is happening.
The pressure on Gibraltar according to Fabian Picardo has developed into more deeper and worrying threats as the pressure pot begins to boil . The Maritime industry has been under a lot of pressure since the funding has drastically cut, universities have been shut down and studies of the sea capped.
The 50 euro’s charge coming and going in this economic climate is to much for people to afford. This is a progressive economic that has gone on for over 300 years. The story is very similar and relationships with Spain and Britain have always been strong. Britain feels very guilty that it did not know Spain was is so much trouble and will help as best it can and sympathises with the pressure being put on the country from the European Union. Jasmine shares her experience over on Stirring Trouble Internationally ( see link and supportive quotes below).
Crest of HMS Marlborough (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The navy is always in close communications with David Cameron and the HMS Westminster is in Gibraltar right now. The British government commanded by William Hague are doing there best to suggest effective measures to be there for the Gibraltarian government. People are turning to Paulo Coehlo (author of The Alchemist) to find the answers when stuck in traffic and flying on planes to Spain.
Morsi in Cairo and the Muslim Brotherhoods journey through Tahir Square.
Fiona Sweetheart reports from Brussels about the voice of the EU Cathy Ashton and conversations between President of the European Commission and Jose Manuel Barroso she also talks about the shocking things that happened in Egypt and where to put Mohamed Morsi now that he has been ejected from his seat.
Read all about al Fath mosque and find out everything you needed to know and more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally about the disbanded Muslim Brotherhood. You can also read about William Hague and the crush and admiration she has for him in these conversations.
An interesting post about Vitor Gaspar, Paulo Portas and Portugal’s government debts. Since the audit by the international monetary fund that it put in place to read the virtual economy and save government bonds from around the world to protect national governments. PM Coehlo has commented on the debt crisis and has unveiled some interesting news about the middle men like the finance minister who has to answer to speculators of austerity and the vicious cycle ahead to preserve trillions. Ted Obvious reports from Lisbon.
Stirring Trouble Internationally news about: The Financial Crisis In Lisbon
In Lisbon a financial crisis has been reported austerity pressure from the European Union and the international Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank is giving Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coehlo good cause for worry. Stirring Trouble Internationally has captured the news and boiled it down for you to what it actually all means. [read more]
Stirring Trouble Internationally news about: Portugal’s Struggle To Collect Trillions
The European debt crisis in Portugal is no different to other countries who have had to join the EU to solve the financial problems. The temptation of receiving public expenditures from around Europe is to much for any European country to resist, But Stirring Trouble Internationally asks the probing question about what happens when the well runs dry. [read more]
Stirring Trouble Internationally news about: ECB And Central Banks in Portugal
Its like an episode of Watchdog as the ECB and central banks inject European members money from taxes into the rest of the world. Portugal has noticed some interesting terms in the small print they might not want you to know about and what you can do in your area to stabilise the scales of financial power. [read more]
Stirring Trouble Internationally news about: Jose Manuel Barroso and the debt crisis
In todays entry Vitor Gaspar, Paulo Portas talk openly about the government debts and covers interesting topics like the international monetary fund. You can also get a refreshing oversite about the virtual economy and open the lid on government bonds to find out the effective similarities with national governments. PM Coehlo has underlined some interesting things about the debt crisis and has underlined a clear message for the finance minister to address. Many speculators of austerity will recognise the vicious cycle as trillions disappear. US military [read more]
UK 2010 election: What if the Spanish electoral system had been used? (Photo credit: oledoe)
Adam Lovejoy reports from London: Bumped into Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independent Party, or UKIP for short. European Union Chancellor George Osborne David Cameron European parliament the House of Commons. A One Issue Party That Seems To Be A One Man Party As Well. Read more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Nigel Farage ‘not opposed to the devolution of policing and new fiscal. Pensioners are being driven into the arms of Nigel Farage. Nigel Farage makes a comical smear campaign against himself. Europe unites against Germany, IMF Agrees to Disburse More Funds to Romania Balkan Insight. Breakthrough announced on a reduction on connecting European Facilities. The hope is they can put the European project back on track. MP is congratulated by George Osborne about his flagship rights for shares scheme risks falling flat and the demonisation of the jobless is based on complete ignorance. Labour pays price of George Osborne’s failure to cut deficit Chancellor of the Exchequer backs UK rocket research and squeezes until the pips squeak with his political victory another cause for celebrations they want you to know about. European Parliament member call for traffic light labelling, Tonio Borg plays down talk of European Parliament candidature, implementing directive on better medicines for children. The European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund and a multi annual financial framework was discussed in Europe too.
English: Argentinean president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (L) and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) in Ankara, Turkey. Español: La jefa de Estado se reunió con el primer ministro de Turquía,Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Türkçe: Başbakan Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Arjantin Cumhurbaşkanı Christina Fernandez de Kirchner ile Başbakanlık Resmi Konut’ta görüştü. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Ted Obvious reports from Istanbul about the Turkey Riots.
In case you thought the troubles in Turkey faded away over the weekend, think again. Street protests continued and the police were having lots of fun dispersing them, proving once again that if you dress cops in riot gear and let them use water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets to their heart’s content, they will carry on for days.
But the oddest thing about the current upheaval that has been going on for eight days now is that no one still can figure out what the hell is going on and why thousands of people come out on the streets every day, in Istanbul, Ankara and other places, demanding that Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his government step down.
The masses wanting to embrace Christianity or Judaism
Prime Minister Erdogan we’ve been elected in free and fair election so if you are against us that mean you’re against everything that is democratic say protesters in Turkey. (more…)
Lets be cynical about this cops in Turkey on orders from the top kicked butt of protesters protesting against another one of those bland shopping centres. Turkey, Taksim Square in Istanbul the orders are sent to the cops from head just like happened in Russia and the United States in the 1930’s. The European Union is demanding changes and the Ministry of the Interior in (Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan is doing all he can to keep everyone happy, turned out a lot of the protesters like many received an unwelcome reception.
Anton Goryunov reports from Istanbul
How about those cops in Turkey, eh, kicking protesters’ butts with such gusto?
All part of Prime Minister’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan government’s policy of strengthening democracy, no doubt.
Mr Erdogan likes to talk about democracy and one day join the European Union.
And to think that it all started with a peaceful demonstration about plans to transform part of Taksim Square into a Istanbul shopping centre.
According to the new law, booze can be sold only between 10 am and 6 pm. The idea is that the protesters saw it as part of the general Islamisation of the country.
The demonstrators are ‘extremists’ said the Turkish Interior Minister.
People still buy alcohol in Turkey from the underworld happened in America and it also happened in Russia.
Stirring Trouble Internationally ‘…How About Those Cops In Turkey, Eh? Kicking Protesters’ Butt With Gusto…’