David Graeber, one of the heads of the Occupy movement, sees a meaningless new world of work-and demands the unconditional basic income (UBI)
After decades of lobby-controlled-democracy – democracy in Germany is weaker than ever.
Jürgen Trittin (also GreenParty) “Niemand kann dauerhaft gegen den Markt regieren” “You can not make politics against the market (forever)”
After all even Socrates believed only the “noble” and the rich shall rule – because people are “too stupid” to rule themselves.
After 2008-subprime-crisis and 2015-refugee-crisis – it just takes another 1929-like finance-economic bank failure crisis – to give all power to extreme-right.
Most (99%) of non-extreme-right politicians are not aware of their massive responsibility of averting another 1929 and the right-wing and possible war fallout.
Most (at least 95%) are egoistic bastards that do not care about anything but their own pockets.
Best example: Joschka Fischer – from activist to lobbyist – lobbyist for what?
This is VERY bad publicity for the EU. Bulgaria is a poor ex-Soviet country – but it was included into the EU – now citizens are fleeing the country EN MASS to the WEST out of poverty – and become prostitutes of capitalism.
congratulations all involved. Now the next scandal: If you are a journalist in ex-soviet countries – better watch what you say:
“Meanwhile, demands are being made to send a Delegation of the EU Parliament to Bulgaria. This was suggested by Green MP Sven Giegold:
“The cruel murder of Victoria Marinova is a matter whole of Europe.
The EU Parliament must now send an Ad hoc Delegation to Bulgaria.
We need quick clarification as to whether the murder is related to Marinova’s research on the embezzlement of EU funds.
A Delegation of the EU Parliament should gather facts on the ground as soon as possible.”
My opinion: Kick Bulgaria out of the European Union – they are not ready for it – same goes for Turkey out of NATO.
Rumanian Murder Suspect fled and arrested in Germany: “The arrests and inquiry follow enormous international pressure on the Bulgarian authorities. It built up after the news broke that Marinova was killed just after she had presented “Detector”, her TV show on investigative journalism.
The Interior Ministry has now announced that prosecutors have opened an investigation into the suspected GP Group, the building company alleged to have misused the EU money, and have frozen 14 million euros of its assets. Bivol reported on the case already a month ago, but then nothing happened, Bivol’s editor-in-chief, Atanas Tchobanov told the ECPMF.” (src)
Bivol Reporter Dimitar Stoyanov: Freedom of the Press/Free Speech/Media in Bulgaria Are in Dire State
… is massively clashing with the long tradition of corruption in those countries.
Every country needs to learn and evolve – you can’t treat them all as “equal” EU union members and call them “Europe”.
Unless you see “Europe” as a purely financial institution and not a union of values.
The case is linking high profile oligarchs and political persons to corruption. After we published, we got the information that documents and computers are taken away from the offices of the companies exposed in our investigation. We alerted the Anti-Mafia Police immediately on Wednesday. ” (src)
“It is particularly piquant because Marinova is already the third journalist murdered in the EU within a year.
The journalist organisation Reporters Without Borders spoke of a “frightening Trend”:” more and more journalists are murdered in the European Union because they are addressing unpleasant topics, ” explained Christian Mihr in Berlin. “The EU must not look away.”The deputy president of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans was sent via Twitter. A committed Journalist, had been killed in the fight for truth and against corruption.
“Derweil werden Forderungen laut, eine Delegation des EU-Parlaments nach Bulgarien zu entsenden. Dies schlug etwa der grüne Abgeordnete Sven Giegold vor:
“Der grausame Mord an Victoria Marinova geht ganz Europa etwas an.
Erst Malta, dann Slowakei, jetzt Bulgarien: Es ist nicht hinnehmbar, dass in Europa wieder Journalisten ermordet werden.
Das EU-Parlament muss jetzt eine Ad-hoc Delegation nach Bulgarien schicken. Wir brauchen schnelle Aufklärung, ob der Mord in Zusammenhang mit Marinovas Recherchen über die Veruntreuung von EU-Geldern steht.
Eine Delegation des EU-Parlaments sollte vor Ort schnellstmöglich Fakten sammeln.”
Besonders pikant ist der Fall auch, weil Marinowa bereits die dritte Journalistin ist, die innerhalb eines Jahres in der EU ermordet wurde. Im Oktober 2017 wurde die maltesische Investigativjournalistin Daphne Caruana Galizia bei einem Bombenanschlag getötet. Im Februar sorgte die Ermordung des slowakischen Journalisten Jan Kuciak und seiner Verlobten für Entsetzen.
Die Journalistenorganisation Reporter Ohne Grenzen sprach von einem „erschreckenden Trend“: „Immer häufiger werden auch in der Europäischen Union Journalistinnen und Journalisten ermordet, weil sie unangenehme Themen ansprechen“, erklärte Christian Mihr in Berlin. „Die EU darf nicht wegschauen.“ Der stellvertretende Präsident der EU-Kommission, Frans Timmermans zeigte sich via Twitter schickiert. Wieder sei ein engagierter Journalist beim Kampf für Wahrheit und gegen Korruption getötet worden.
Death: raped and beaten
On the afternoon of October 7, 2018, Marinova’s body was found in a riverside park in Ruse. She had been beaten and raped prior to being murdered, which the authorities believe happened during daylight. Marinova was the third journalist killed in the European Union in less than a year, after Daphne Caruana Galizia from Malta, and Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend from Slovakia.
This is SATANIC!