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Pascal “Le Bakala” Gienger
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Moments in Switzerland.

I was just asked to take some pictures of a couple which obviously adopted two children. They had fun with their bikes (they were on a bike tour which brought them through Winterthur). And the kids just laughed and smiled when being taken on a picture with their parents.

Upon asked, the man stated that he had to marry his wife in order for the adoption to be approved by the authorities (it is the only allowed constellation for adoptions to be approved in Switzerland).

Which brought me immediately back to the facts in Switzerland sigh.

#family #Switzerland #Diversity
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Overly strict adoption rules is something I never understood. I do get that authorities want to prevent kids from being adopted by "bad parents", but if they were currently living with "good parents", they wouldn't be up for adoption, anyway, so chances are that they will end up in a better position even if their adopted parents are not entirely perfect.
It looks to me more like most of the bad parents just have their own children, for which there are no rules at all.
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German "Conservatives" in action. Without logic, but hey who needs logic when someone can be Republican Conservative!

Petr Bystron (head of the Bavarian Tea Party AfD) claims that there was "the time now to discuss how to send all those migrants back to their home countries. We need rather reinforced deportations than futile integration efforts."

He came 1986 to Germany as asylum seeker because of "political problems" - he has been a refugee. Did he buy a ticket to deport himself from Germany as a good example?

The only "trick" why this does not seem to be a contradiction to those nasty and annoying party members and voters seems to be that Petr is WHITE and CHRISTIAN. This is my only explanation that this message works. He tries to establish the message "We must deport muslim and black immigrants rapidly" in his voters' heads. Which is disgusting.

#AfD #Bystron #Refugees #Germany
 
Lieber Petr,
na klar können wir darüber diskutieren. Fangen wir der Einfachheit halber doch bei Dir an:
"Bystron wuchs in der Tschechoslowakei auf. 1987, als er 16 Jahre alt war, flohen seine Eltern mit ihm nach Deutschland und beantragten politisches Asyl." (Wikipedia)
Wenns Dir also um eine "verstärkte Rückführung statt aussichtsloser Integrationsbemühungen" geht, führ Dich einfach selber rück.

Lorenz Meyer
Vorsitzender Guru

Quelle bzw. weiterführende Links:
Post der "Junge Alternative Bayern": http://bit.ly/2ajXZxC Wikipedia-Eintrag Petr Bystron: http://bit.ly/2a8ji30
Routenplaner (für Petr): https://maps.google.de/
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Was für ein Arsch. So wie die xenophoben Herkunftsleugner mit Migrationshintergrund bei der SVP...
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Mbongo sauce, fried planters bananas, pig ears.

Sauce Mbongo, banane planteur, oreilles de porc.

#Afrique #Africa
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+Pascal Gienger Looks extremely deicious. Well done!
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And now this brainfuck rebegins. The victims have not yet been given funeral service but the German interior minister already blames computer games to be the culprit for the gun rampage in Munich.

The news media also did one of the worst jobs. As if they wanted to make a terrorist attack out of this.
Nobody explained that a "German Iranian" is often German and carries Iranian citizenship because the country does not let people renounce it.
Second, basic knowledge about Islam would be sufficient to know that Iranians are mainly Shias whereas Daesh are Sunni.
Third, No one looked at the calendar to see that the Breivik rampage has happened exactly five years ago.
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+Pascal Gienger
Vous racontez n'importe quoi. Rien à voir avec les contes mielleux de Disney. Je ne dénonce que ceux où la violence extrême est montrée à outrance, glorifiée, sans aucune retenue.
Combien d'enfants regardent ou jouent avec la violence sans aucun contrôle parental, sans aucune explication entre le bien et le mal. Pire encore, leurs parents montrent l’engouement pour cette violence auprès de leurs enfants. Trouvez-vous cela normal et acceptable?
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#now

Aziz, light!
So Green!

Regional code anno 1997: "Available for sale in North America only" ;-)
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"Anyone else want to negotiate?"
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One of the numerous examples that the separation between church/religion and state will never happen in Germany (same situation as in Switzerland and Austria).

They are really discussing about putting "God" into the constitution of the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. sigh
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Der Kieler Landtag muss über einen Gottesbezug in der Landesverfassung entscheiden. Die Abgeordneten tun sich schwer: Der Glaubensschwund macht das Verhältnis von Staat und Religion hoch kompliziert.
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the vote was negative. not by a comfortable margin, though. 
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One of the good things about Switzerland is that you can always rely on public transit. Even the most complicated connection route will work as planned.

S8 to Winterthur. Every evening. Two failures and three delays in four years (Delay is over 4 minutes, 1-3 minutes means on time on the Swiss Travel System).
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one main reason why: https://www.sbbrcs.ch/en/
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African funk from Abidjan, Ivory Coast 1972-1982. On record.
And yes, a room in a house without a record player and stereo is incomplete.
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Ears and tails of pigs (porc).
Preparing an African dish.

Oreilles et queues de cochon. Ça donnera un repas à l'Africaine.
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#1 immigrant group in the UK. Fastest growing immigrant groups in the UK: India.
This is fine to me - but it is another example that the lies and horror stories about immigration to the UK from the EU had nothing to do with reality.

I did not know that Polish people is now the #1 immigrant groups in Germany. This is great to me - two former enemies mix.

Great immigration graphics from Jakub Marian.

#immigration #eu #brexit #brexitlies
What is the most common country of origin for immigrants to the UK?
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Nice that Switzerland is the country in Europe with highest percentage of Foreign-born. 😁
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I did not know that HiFI/stereo sets were not affordable by most people in Japan in the mid 1960ies.

A Japanese collected many of those ubiquitous cheap plastic record players of that time. Very interesting collection.

(In Germany those plastic sets existed as well, e.g. the Telefunken "Party Hit" - most of them beared the problem that their piezo crystal-based pickup needed a quite high weight/pressure (wearing out the record rapidly) and the crystal just dissolved itself over the year due to humidity (like salt)).
 
An Exhibition of Japanese Portable Record Players
The 1960s ushered in the golden age of record players as affordability made them a staple in almost every household. In Japan however, quality stereo sets remained unattainable for most, who then gravitated to a smaller, more affordable gadget: the portable record player. The devices
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Maybe the notion was that 45's were basically disposable. I seem to recall even a cereal box or something had a record embedded on the back as a promo?

https://goo.gl/images/bVG3EC
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Old, but as I am (also) a German citizen, this graphic nails it.

"
Things which ruined Germany in the last 116 years:

Brown - Nationalism
Yellow - Immigration
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    IT Security Consultant, 2001 - 2012
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Cameroon/Ivory Coast/Senegal Africa enthusiast.

The opinions presented here are my own personal opinions and not necessarily those of my employer.

I like public transit infrastructure and how these systems work.

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Schnelle Terminvergabe und sehr höflicher Empfang. Sehr kurze Wartezeiten bei Röntgen, modernes digitales Röntgengerät. Hatte einen sehr freundlichen Arzt zugeteilt bekommen.
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The new "VIP" service includes a decent travel bus with very good seating and a very responsible driver. A small snack and lemonade is included.
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