par Dimitirs Kazakis ελληνικά « Les hordes de musulmans arrivent, cachez vous ! » Voici quel est le message que les médias officiels transmettent systématiquement aux populations de l'UE et des USA surtout après les attentats terroristes à Bruxelles. Jamais auparavant – au moins jamais depuis l'ascension du nazisme en Europe - n'a eu lieu … Continue reading Vous avez dit racisme ? Quel est le vrai danger
Jan Fabre to curate Athens International Festival by Alan Hope, Summary Antwerp artist Jan Fabre has been appointed curator of the Athens and Epidaurus International Festival for the next four years. "His first act on accepting was to change the festival’s name." [He has been given a great honour by the Hellenic (Greek) government … Continue reading What exactly is it that Mr. Fabre does not like in the name Hellenic (Greek)?
[Or is it a rewarmed love-affair between old wannabe-global-masters...Berlin and Ankara?] By Peter Spiegel March 31, 2016 When Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, shows up for a summit in Washington today, he’ll get something of a cold shoulder. Instead of a one-on-one with President Barack Obama, as Ankara requested, Mr Erdogan will instead be … Continue reading Are the U.S. and E.U. playing bad cop-good cop with Turkey?
Advance Unedited Version Distr.: General 29 February 2016 Original: English Human Rights Council Thirty-first session Agenda item 3 Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development. Report of the Independent Expert on the effects of foreign debt and other related international financial obligations of … Continue reading Report of the UN independent expert on the effects of foreign debt to human rights in Greece, 29 Feb. 2016
Podcast: (Greek) (English) Transcript: (English) Interview with Antti Pesonen of Finland’s Independence Party Ακολουθεί το κείμενο της συνέντευξης μας με τονΆνττι Πέσονεν από το Φινλανδικό Κόμμα Ανεξαρτησίας. Αυτή η συνέντευξη μεταδόθηκε την εβδομάδα της 17-23 Μαρτίου 2016. Μπορείτε να βρείτε και να κατεβάσετε το podcast της συνέντευξης εδώ. ΜΝ: Μαζί μας σήμερα στο Διάλογος Radio … Continue reading Interview with Antti Pesonen of Finland’s Independence Party
by Ronald Janssen on 30 March 2016 @JanssenRonald1 Something peculiar is happening. Up until recently, many central bankers were looking at robust collective bargaining and wage formation systems as a possible source for inflationary wage developments. Indeed, central banks, and the ECB in particular, have on numerous occasions called for more flexible and decentralised (read: … Continue reading Central Banks Warm To Collective Bargaining [!!]
UGent [Belgium] considers adding 3% on results to minimum-period graduates by Andy Furniere, Summary Ghent University is considering a proposal to boost students’ final results by 3% if they graduate in the minimum number of years their degrees require Incentive to graduate Ghent University (UGent) is considering offering students an extra 3% on their final … Continue reading A 3% academic subsidy (in grades) favoring the well-off
By Peter Spiegel March 29, 2016. Brussels briefing by the FT. "...an investigating judge ordered the man, Fayçal Cheffou, released yesterday after the initial evidence he was the third airport conspirator could not be corroborated by DNA and fingerprints. Instead, investigators are back where they started..." What else could possibly go wrong? After days of … Continue reading Caught him, caught him not, caught him, caught him not…
Germany is boasting a 35 year record low of 4.3% unemployment rate (January 2016), a record high Disposable Personal Income of 457.80 EUR Billion, an interest rate of 0% (!), an interbank rate of -0,21% (!!), a Trade Balance of 13.6 EUR Billion (!!!), etc, etc, etc, AND, at the same time, the poverty rate … Continue reading Is Wolfgang Schäuble incapable of doing his job or is he trying to purposefully impoverish the German people?