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Wenn man bedenkt, daß es " im Ermessen des Sachbearbeiters liegt" und hört, daß die auch noch eine Art "Prämie" für jede Einsparung bekommen, fragt man sich wozu es Gesetze gibt, die einem sagen "Die Würde des Menschen ist unantastbar"..?!
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bereits drei Jahre in Folge über eine Million Sanktionen von Hartz IV unter das gesetzliche und lebensnotwendige Existenzminimum! www.HartzIV.org
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Seh ich auch so ;)
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Liebe Tierfreunde aus (der Nähe von) Wetzlar: 
WER HAT ETWAS GESEHEN? Wir haben eine Belohnung in Höhe von 1.000 Euro ausgesetzt.

Dieses Verbrechen darf nicht ungestraft bleiben: www.peta50plus.de/wetzlar-vier-hundewelpen-getoetet


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😱😥😥😥schrecklich
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Vorbildlich! 
Auch deutsche Politiker können sich mal bitte ein Beispiel daran nehmen!
Meine Meinung.
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Uruguay President José Mujica wait to be treated at hospital

10 Reasons to Love Uruguay’s President José Mujica

1. He lives simply and rejects the perks of the presidency. Mujica has refused to live at the Presidential Palace or use a motorcade. He lives in a one-bedroom house on his wife’s farm and drives a 1987 Volkswagen. “There have been years when I would have been happy just to have a mattress,” said Mujica, referring to his time in prison. He donates over 90% of his $12,000/month salary to charity so he makes the same as the average citizen in Uruguay. When called “the poorest president in the world,” Mujica says he is not poor. “A poor person is not someone who has little but one who needs infinitely more, and more and more. I don’t live in poverty, I live in simplicity. There’s very little that I need to live.”

2. He supported the nation’s groundbreaking legalization of marijuana. “In no part of the world has repression of drug consumption brought results. It’s time to try something different,” Mujica said. So this year, Uruguay became the first country in the world to regulate the legal production, sale and consumption of marijuana. The law allows individuals to grow a certain amount each year and the government controls the price of marijuana sold at pharmacies. The law requires consumers, sellers, and distributors to be licensed by the government. Uruguay’s experience aims to take the market away from the ruthless drug traffickers and treat drug addiction as a public health issue and will have reverberations worldwide.

3. In August 2013, Mujica signed the bill making Uruguay the second nation in Latin America (after Argentina) to legalize gay marriage. He said legalizing gay marriage is simply recognizing reality. “Not to legalize it would be unnecessary torture for some people,” he said. In recent years, Uruguay has also moved to allow adoption by gay couples and openly gay people to serve in the armed forces.

4. He’s not afraid to confront corporate abuses, as evidenced by the epic struggle his government is waging against the American tobacco giant Philip Morris. A former smoker, Mujica says tobacco is a killer that needs to be brought under control. But Philip Morris is suing Uruguay for $25 million at the World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes because of the country’s tough smoking laws that prohibit smoking in enclosed public spaces and require warning labels, including graphic images of the health effects. Uruguay is the first Latin American country and the fifth nation worldwide to implement a ban on smoking in enclosed public places. Philip Morris has huge global business interests (and a well-paid army of lawyers). Uruguay’s battle against the tobacco Goliath will also have global repercussions.

5. He supported the legalization of abortion in Uruguay (his predecessor had vetoed the bill). The law is very limited, compared to laws in the US and Europe. It allows abortions within the first 12 weeks of the pregnancy and requires women to meet with a panel of doctors and social workers on the risks and possible effects of an abortion. But this law is the most liberal abortion law in socially conservative, Catholic Latin America and is a step in the right direction for women’s reproductive rights.

6. He’s an environmentalist trying to limit needless consumption. At the Rio+20 Summit in 2012, he criticized the model of development pushed by affluent societies. “We can almost recycle everything now. If we lived within our means – by being prudent – the 7 billion people in the world could have everything they needed. Global politics should be moving in that direction," he said. He also recently rejected a joint energy project with Brazil that would have provided his country with cheap coal energy because of his concern for the environment.

7. He has focusing on redistributing his nation’s wealth, claiming his administration has reduced poverty from 37% to 11%. “Businesses just want to increase their profits; it’s up to the government to make sure they distribute enough of those profits so workers have the money to buy the goods they produce,” he told businessmen at the US Chamber of Commerce. “It’s no mystery--the less poverty, the more commerce. The most important investment we can make is in human resources.” His government’s redistributive policies include setting prices for essential commodities such as milk and providing free computers and education for every child.

8. He has offered to take detainees cleared for release from Guantanamo. Mujica has called the detention center at Guantanamo Bay a “disgrace” and insisted that Uruguay take responsibility to help close the facility. The proposal is unpopular in Uruguay, but Mujica, who was a political prisoner for 14 years, said he is “doing this for humanity.”

9. He is opposed to war and militarism. “The world spends $2 million a minute on military spending,” he exclaimed to the students at American University. “I used to think there were just, noble wars, but I don’t think that anymore,” said the former armed guerrilla. “Now I think the only solution is negotiations. The worst negotiation is better than the best war, and the only way to ensure peace is to cultivate tolerance.”

10. He has an adorable three-legged dog, Manuela! Manuela lost a foot when Mujica accidentally ran over her with a tractor. Since then, Mujica and Manuela have been almost inseparable.

Mujica’s influence goes far beyond that of the leader of a tiny country of only 3 million people. In a world hungry for alternatives, the innovations he and his colleagues are championing have put Uruguay on the map as one of the world’s most exciting experiments in creative, progressive governance.

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Nur solche in der Politik und die Welt wäre eine bessere.
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Alberta is using taxpayer dollars to fund the barbaric slaughter of hundreds of grey wolves in a scientifically flawed attempt to increase dwindling caribou populations. Aerial gunning, poisoning, and neck snaring have already killed more than a thousand wolves. All of these methods are widely recognized as causing considerable distress and agony. The Canadian Council on Animal Care (1993) forbids inhumane methods of killing animals for resear...
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Idaho has recently passed a law which will allow farmers to use domestic dogs in order to lure wolves in to be killed. The dogs will be used as bait so the wolves, whose numbers are just beginning to recover, can be slaughtered. Let your voice be heard and protest this law which endangers innocent domestic and wild animals.
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The challenge of LEADERSHIP is to
Be strong, but not rude;
Be kind, but not weak;
Be bold, but not bully;
Be thoughtful, but not lazy;
Be humble, but not timid;
Be proud, but not arrogant;
Have humor, but without folly.
REMEMBER ……
The different between
A Boss and A Leader;
A boss says “Go!”
A leader says “Lets go!”
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Jobcenter bedienen sich am Hartz IV Fördertopf, um eigene Verwaltungskosten zu decken...und Langzeitarbeitslose bleiben auf der Strecke...unglaublich! LESEN & TEILEN!!!!!
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Ja, da kannste mit Recht haben, denn merkwürdigerweise sind ja nie Ansprechpartner da, sondern "Kollege gerade nicht an seinem Platz/im Urlaub/Umstrukturierung,.." usw
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Consider this:

EVERY piece of plastic ever created, 'worldwide', still exists in one form or another.

Please dispose of your waste properly and keep your neighbourhood and oceans free from plastic pollution!
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