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Terror works for sure

30 March, 2010 (14:33) | homeland security | By: Aerar

(German version published on 31 December, 2009) I still believe that the main impact of (attempted) terror strikes is the panic reaction of the western world which punishes itself with self selected cuts of freedom, isolation due to hatred of foreigners and waste of money and quality of live. Even the possibly most powerful man […]

Boom: new jobs

23 November, 2008 (16:11) | abroad, economy, series | By: Aerar

The boom will now create new Jobs in the USA. The designated president Barack Obama has announced a an economic program to create another 2,5 million jobs (german). This is not only the double amount of jobs which has been lost in the so called financial crisis. If the German government will get the idea […]

How do we vote?

8 November, 2008 (15:40) | elections, federal states, political trade | By: Aerar

This article knowingly foregoing on statistics and numbers and instead naming opinions and impressions. It starts with the fact that Andrea Ypsilanti resigned (german) from the leading candidacy in the most probably coming reelections in Hessen. This is not surprising news as the reputation of Ms. Ypsilanti has been massively damaged within the last months. […]

Elect differently

26 September, 2008 (17:43) | abroad, elections | By: Aerar

Actually we have enough elections on our own and with the election in Bayern the next one is about to come this weekend already. But we can not totally ignore the election of the new president in the USA as the political future there will have deep impact on german politics as well. If you […]