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the i'm. i've just told one of the most influential organizations in germany i'm not talking about the government or german intelligence. or even the bundle. it's a nonprofit government american a fund called the atlantic bridge. this is the bill in office a seemingly nondescript building with no signage on the outside but it's going to by the german police from whom. by the way just thirty paces away is the private apartment belonging to germany's madam johnsen. somehow i can't help feeling that
this is where crucial decisions about german life are made. that's what i brushed off sounds like in germany. i knew i had to look to the past if i wanted to find dunces know. it all goes back to the time went off to world war two the victims was shaping the future both of europe and germany. the one remaining witness to those historic events that i was able to make contact with. now lives in moscow is a good thing. because what. you.
need. don't explode the rest called your money you don't need to be in the movement the birth of his mind yeah. valentyn father is one of the ideologists behind the to strike up and jump a great unification. he was still a young diplomat after world war two when he and a group of colleagues prepared analytical reports on germany for stalin's successes . we're going to new princeton. who should your must give you a better. story into who you're most group or any producer most it's pretty silly thing that the police think instead of water near noon it was appreciate. the shoe no no you couldn't really see through you when you saw him do this. if you didn't scream. it was in march nineteen fifty two that stalin drew up his famous note. in learning british and it's made in the art of mean you know pretty immediate
attention to your money who shared stuck with you because the need for secrecy got these a boon dished out in the world to those of us on the board torch of high school in this because of the. life test of this community of goodness. and she's what they call social supports bob's. vote can go to a member of the bundestag. no other man they're pretty sure if if a bit and the bit of how did it go it's as i get tired of this thought of my torso on have this on the board scoffs with good reason it's fine it was you know and bush in chicago. does it said that she. but why will members of the under hitler coalition so opposed to the unification of germany with a neutral and known alliance status just like its neighbor austria. because. bremer
being here may have contributed more to be a very good thing for you with three of whom are here many people are going to continue with the world who are with i mean you've gone through the thirty year money we're in ukraine even within you without or with various things. like. this kind. of time. this myth of germany clearly shows all foreign military bases spread across the entire country by the mid nine hundred fifty s. germany had once again been turned into a military stronghold and the most militarized country in europe. american nuclear balls recently being delivered here in russia and france in the bucolic embrace. this says ramstein the largest american military base outside the united
states this is where nato is european air force command post is based. in. afghanistan. and. often had. a lot of pressure and flesh of war as all of its own and. build sites a newspaper is a freelance journalist no but fleischer has conducted an independent investigation into the legitimacy of operations carried out to graham's dyna base on german soil he even made a film about it. he says.
i'm not a comma in the name. forgive me. it's a pos and what if he goes to get. a columnist and if he can get outside. it's mines i. know but was told by german police officers that the german government had also transferred the road that leads to the base directly to american sovereignty. on the ship it's not just the rule. during the investigation. before my teacher who lives near the ramstein base.
as an antiwar activist young has been working to have the base shut down he realized of course the protest wouldn't help so he took the fight to the court. and he sued the government. this. is an instance and they didn't is to ask us for bones on board and all this. because it's so i have. no idea. but the case was dismissed it turns out that a german citizen is not entitled to file such an action list because proof of the military base presents a threat to the us and. the left wing buddhist.
alexandra noise is certain that the government knows very well what the americans are up to at the ramstein base in the i.d.f. it's a. good one this we don't start in the peak of the folks who want the on the start for us on what kano just did a tour of a few missed their own goddess to return it was some one hundred just so it's a few industry off western was not so every person does it's got on board. who is expanding to the east american generals a drinking buddy. into new rules. they conduct exercises close to russia's border you need provocation like that. when it comes to national defense there is no consensus in german society. from. your posts from you since it was so
and so not on so many constant bos'n on them to constantly have often office important i do feel. shameful to want to read these posts this is the essence of most of the meetings will dog shit as the two fives on those lights in school does not cool him as one communications team and it will fire lots of awful titles boots because of them and if so what is good is that the money is what we just all here use. for out of us the issue of darfur just so who come on the cruise it's you or do. not call list if you fought the russians. in potsdam we spoke to members of the alternative to germany parliamentary group. we talked about those role as america's instrument of influence of the german politics. the. just diffidence young
musicians almost on this do not was doesn't see this but i do this to this dozens to nobble didn't buy the dusty novel so devil scheme. doesn't even follow the rules unless one sees just. doesn't cut off the leash maybe even the most to lose most of them to them in vain but not to. lose football just most of them he does for me because of unpleasant you know that he was always that isn't. it seems most . of the decent movies like this stuff. do colin is still exist. ricos treated as one. and only close and
really throw them all kind of thrown him along on the portal three cool. little can i know a lot of seats and they can be seen on the top the island is controlled by the u.s. government and some puerto ricans crave independence joe it was the only kind of you know it was going out on a bike does it we're good at either but i'm going to sort of i make overtaking again way in the last year obviously. still many do wish to join the us hundreds more leave every day knowing. i'm a long way from mania. beings. with the country at a crossroads for anger on the island is on the rise. made he's not even gold there are plenty of oil because of the nuclear know no genes new energy sources so how can. new invests into the difference in technologies
is a very important theme for the governments for abuse of should do. in one nine hundred ninety the usa u.k. france and the us as ashleigh signed the final settlement treaty on germany it was reunified and regain full sovereignty. that's when germany could have demanded the withdrawal of all foreign troops it could even have quit nato will together but germany didn't take that shot only the russians withdrew. be on the hands of a purpose so that all thoughts of civil war to coordinate. boiling
. christian velma philosopher and columnist. with all their interest. in food in the two thought us all some fear to cook the food citrine it. was in the business. it is and yet so it seemed to go through. the because it is you do not love the group. everyone i've spoken to agrees. despite the federal republic of germany always being the u.s.a.'s most loyal ally after reunification it came on to even tougher control. in much nine hundred ninety nine germany invaded another country for the first time since the third reich. was no un sanction and in violation of its own constitution it took. nato's war against because nothing.
in. involved. in this goes those to him with orders to go play from it was not from within the loss of it when buffy all throughout. believe him x. bundestag member form a german secretary of state for defense vice president of the o.e.c.d. they was lobbying clique this move pushed them out flaws and all those dozen dogs on the court did see one also saw them upon. you did so with a gun in the money and i'm like honestly it was a been. lobbying creek been out in clumps a bit died because of too because he was good to be with this lawyer. is so the no come simple some just. need to make decent.
interest at this least for the if he does it week each to. the moment it will mature for this nice and he was off on the fly the stalled front and run pretty to try to. take no hold on him only guns from infosys to the creek the local throughout the whole debacle on the whole policy. does for fun clique and in on a good thing you can go on and im i want to go to. and doing it even if it is country or from. good that's good if from turkey then you know yeah from get on iraq. simple enough going to reduce the. d.v.m. it creates pretty kinds of people to squeeze your. food off.
everything that. i've. got is that. these end up. with your mention of a scoop. on my orders coalition forces began striking selective parts ports. in two thousand and two when the bush administration was only planning its military incursion into iraq chancellor schroeder said germany will not be part of this war which means that nato forces cannot be used. schroeder's position was supported by france's president chirac he was joined by russian president putin those have
a veto in the un security council bush was furious spiegel magazine quoted the us ambassador to germany. and. the christian democratic group in the bluntest on puts pressure on schroeder among germany's support the military incursion into iraq. angela merkel still leading the opposition flies to the us. in the washington post. bush defiantly severed all ties with schroeder washington considered introducing sanctions against france and germany but what caused the greatest concern at washington was a number between france germany and russia all too frequent me. things between the
three leaders along with the plans to create a consolidated eurasian space stretching from the edge and i'm sick to the pacific oceans this is the side i've come through with the wish and hope and the hope of the sale of those this month sophia and even the us who was a good that's a vote. on this is will smith for herself because it will smith. those who both he could have freed them for she never had it in both and then she didn't bet on them while this goes europeans who lived through the twentieth century a few years ago thirties former director of the stratford private intelligence and little working for the u.s. intelligence and the department of state george friedman made a stunning admission for the united states to primordial fears for german technology cermak capital russian natural resources russian manpower as the only combination that has for centuries skit how the united states. that revelation
should have provoked discussion in both german political circles and the mass media however no one seemed to notice. when given to one of i get on with is how does. giving this money does often exist but if. it is that what's your name does money not all and a few all would fall under the bush people believe. to most germans america is their savior protect and best friend it's the pillar of freedom and democracy several generations of f.l.g. citizens have clung to that view for some time. was only a connaught. sucking from. russia and that's old world often not in doubt but some form of quick away under boredom because the boredom this all stalls are going to beat up will come on is
names hundreds of journalists and other organizations that will help u.s. intelligence agencies sway public opinion in europe. he was found dead in january twenty seventh officially he died of a heart attack but it has yet to be specified. we entrusted in forcings the politicians in the press no one else german citizens whether they will be willing to sponsor millions of immigrants and refugees. whether they were willing to host nuclear weapons on their let. us go into the. open the
saw some volatility. so it. ended and also what was your view how did it move the multiple injuries among can't connect them to yourself you hope the look of shows real you know more so on the phone to the phone lock on if you can book a political social services so you know what i'm going to put in a moral sense of what a month. from hanumant of nothing left off allowed me. something that will save the walk. down long enough something outside of. the market alone to hospitals look ma itself but up to now maybe admitting the medical board after.
the war in yemen has its own distinct phases but is the face of a child emaciated by a mongo in cells of yemeni children are fighting off deaths do they stand a chance. to merge and again earn a six thirty five and you have a career and a clear involves using your eyes fill in your computer and things like that in an office and perhaps you sort of getting from it's circular to going to have to stop doing all this in this tell you lou the minutes must be frightening my world became smaller and smaller and smaller until i ended up learning it in a box. or out at a very strong magnetic field on a car field in my head. think of it like
a real hard pressure on my skin burned and bad. wireless access point and just continues on with our students in the schools. continually our citizens in this microwave radiation it is certainly electro small and it's getting worse. made these not even go there are plenty of oil because of the new genes new energy sources so how can you invest into the new technologies is a very important. producer of should do. in
the u.s. a child can choose a school. with his teachers really don't. recruit will sister if the cadet is interested in going in the military but we don't. see. the pentagon is funding a program to boost interest in the military among teenagers. to step up to an apollo so that. with yourself. you can't go wrong with the military it's a great stepping stone for whatever career you want to do but some veterans are willing to tell enthusiastic children a little more they ask me call of duty is very popular first year video game. it's play. like call of duty turn off call of duty oh yeah.
these kids just don't hear. the darker side does the pentagon allow them to be told does it just need more recruits. iraqi government launches a probe into the alleged executions of terrorist suspects off to a series of disturbing videos online. a poll reveals americans see north korea as the biggest threat to national security we look at how much blame can be attributed to the media. the german interior minister proposes tightening potential wanted to following the violent scene of the g. twenty protests in last week. and a ban on pork on kindergarten menus is stirring controversy in austria.
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