Monday, June 24, 2024

Holy Humanist: Sick of Sinning | The Power of Religious Indoctrination

Jun 23, 2024 | “Join me in conversation with Jennifer Graham as we unpack her fascinating and enduring life story, delving into the power that religious indoctrination once held sway over her.

Jennifer grew up in South Africa under the oppressive apartheid government and gave her life to the Lord early in life. As cognitive dissonance began to set in and the claims of Christianity fell apart, Jenn eventually de-converted. She let go of her limiting beliefs and discovered a sense of empowerment leaving it all behind.

Many thanks to Jennifer for sharing her story!" - Nuriyah


Sunday, June 23, 2024

The Conservative Party Is FINISHED For Good. Here’s Why. | Aaron meets Peter Oborne

June 23, 2024 | The Tories are going to lose the upcoming General Election. It looks as though this loss will be their worst loss in over a century. So, how did the Conservative Party find itself in this situation? How did the so-called ‘most successful political party in the West’ lose itself? To discuss this, Aaron is joined by Peter Oborne, self-proclaimed Conservative and former chief political correspondent for The Daily Telegraph.

Jon Danzig: MPs Who Voted against Brexit

Jun 23, 2024 | Today is the 8th anniversary of the EU referendum that took place on 23 June 2016.

After the referendum, the new Brexit Prime Minister, Theresa May, was in a hurry to get the UK out of the EU. She wanted to trigger the Article 50 notice-to-quit the EU without the involvement of Parliament. Campaign supremo Gina Miller stopped her, by taking the UK government to the Supreme Court, and she won.


Ex-Muslim on Why He Left Islam & the Horrors of the Iranian Regime

Jun 23, 2024 | On today's New Culture Forum, we speak with Iranian-born political commentator and ex-Muslim Younes Sadaghiani on all things Islam and Iran.

A Cardiologist’s Top 3 Supplements for Heart Health | #shorts

Dr. Jeremy London tells us what they are.

The Beauty of the Amalfi Coast, Italy | #shorts

Romantic, serene and heavenly.

Churchill's Zurich Speech, 19 September 1946

Aug 29, 2016 | "We must build a kind of United States of Europe. In this way only will hundreds of millions of toilers be able to regain the simple joys and hopes which make life worth living.

The process is simple. All that is needed is the resolve of hundreds of millions of men and women to do right instead of wrong, and gain as their reward, blessing instead of cursing."


Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill's Speech in the University of Zurich, 1946

Mar 2, 2013 | The term "United States of Europe" was used by Winston Churchill in his speech delivered on 19 September 1946 at the University of Zürich, Switzerland.

In this speech, given after the end of the Second World War, Churchill concluded that: "We must build a kind of United States of Europe. In this way only will hundreds of millions of toilers be able to regain the simple joys and hopes which make life worth living.

Auf Deutsch:

Im September 1946 rief Winston Churchill in einer Rede an der Universität Zürich dazu auf, „eine Art Vereinigte Staaten von Europa" zu errichten. Im selben Jahr fand ein Kongress der europäischen Föderalisten in Hertenstein in der Schweiz statt. Dort wurden zwölf Thesen verfasst, die als Hertensteiner Programm zur Grundlage der europäischen Arbeit der Nachkriegsjahre und zugleich zum politischen Gründungsdokument der Europa-Union Deutschland wurden. Ziel ist bis heute eine auf "föderativer Grundlage errichtete, europäische Gemeinschaft"

Source/Quelle: Wikipedia.org


The Man Softening the Ground for an Extremist Germany

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Björn Höcke has done more than take the far right into the mainstream. He is tilting the mainstream toward the far right.

From the small stage of a pub in a wooded town of eastern Germany, the right-wing ideologue Björn Höcke regaled a crowd of followers late last year with the tale of his imminent trial. He faced charges for saying “Everything for Germany” at a political rally — breaking German laws against uttering Nazi slogans.

Despite that approaching court date, he looked down at the crowd, and gestured to them with an impish grin. “Everything for?” he asked.

“Germany!” they shouted.

After a decade of testing the boundaries of political speech in Germany, Mr. Höcke, a leader of the Alternative for Germany party, or AfD, no longer needed to push the limits himself. The crowd did it for him.

That moment crystallizes why, to his critics, Mr. Höcke is not simply a challenge to the political order, but a threat to German democracy itself. » | Erika Solomon | Erika Solomon reported from Halle, Germany, and the state of Thuringia in eastern Germany. | Sunday, June 23, 2024

Senior Tories Line Up to Denounce Nigel Farage’s Defence of Putin’s War

THE OBSERVER: Conservatives are desperate to halt the rise of Reform UK, which is splitting their party in two

Rishi Sunak and a string of senior Conservatives have condemned Nigel Farage for claiming the west provoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine, amid a growing internal Tory battle over how to deal with the Reform UK leader.

The prime minister accused Farage of playing “into Putin’s hands” after he made the claim in a BBC Panorama interview on Friday, in which he linked Nato and EU expansion to the conflict in eastern Europe. Tom Tugendhat, the security minister went further, telling the Observer: “It doesn’t matter whether you’re Jeremy Corbyn or Nigel Farage – if you parrot the Kremlin’s lies, you cannot be trusted with our national security.”

Home secretary James Cleverly also criticised the comments, adding that Farage wanted to “destroy our party”. Ben Wallace, a former defence secretary, described Farage as a “pub bore”. Labour leader Keir Starmer also condemned Farage’s comments as “disgraceful”. » | Michael Savage, Policy Editor | Sunday, June 23, 2024

Starmer’s Growth Plan ‘Doomed’ without Access to EU Markets, Warn Economists

THE OBSERVER: Labour leader told if elected he will have to rejoin the customs union to meet party’s manifesto pledges, while 56% of voters say Brexit was bad for economy

A Labour government under Keir Starmer will fail to maximise the UK’s economic growth unless it takes the country back into the European Union’s single market and customs union, leading economists and diplomats have said.

The warnings come as an Opinium poll for the Observer finds that 56% of voters now believe Brexit has been bad for the UK economy as a whole, compared with just 12% who believe it has been economically beneficial.

Some 62% of people questioned also believe Brexit has contributed to higher prices in shops, against 8% who think that it has had the opposite effect. » | Toby Helm and Phillip Inman | Saturday, June 22, 2024

This is precisely what I have been saying on this forum, and in many comments elsewhere, since the very beginning. Even Economics 101 teaches us that one cannot expect economic growth when walking away from the largest single market and customs union which this world has ever known, and which is on one's doorstep. Where is your growth going to come from? A nation should do the bulk of its deals with its nearest markets whenever possible.

The idiots who pushed Brexit clearly had never heard of the adage ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’! Moreover, those right-wing loons failed to understand that one of the Single Market’s founding architects was no other than Margaret Thatcher herself. (She must be turning in her grave!)

We can all thank Nigel Farage for the lunacy that was, is, and will forever be Brexit. He screwed up big time. And Cameron did for running scared of him, too. The Tories screwed up under Cameron, and have screwed up ever since as well, truth to tell.

The best thing Farage can do now is hang his head in shame. Perhaps, as a face-saving measure, his American chum will give him sanctuary in Florida. – © Mark Alexander

Saturday, June 22, 2024

Holy Humanist: The Dark Side of the Ottoman Empire: Janissaries & Eunuchs | #short

Nuriyah sheds light on the practices.

Does Sugar Make Us Stupid? | ARTE.tv Documentary

Jun 22, 2024 | Our view of sugar has changed drastically. Once seen as a healthy appetite suppressant in the 1960s, it's now linked to serious illnesses like obesity and diabetes. What is even more alarming is that it has the potential to affect our brains. Learn more about the latest research being done on this addictive substance and its true impact on our health and well-being.

Dr. Ellie Phillips: Dental Care – This Damages Your Teeth and You Would Never Expect it!

Jun 22, 2024 | Lets take a look at this common thing people do that damages teeth. Plus, lets talk about how to fix it and create perfect oral health.


Dr. Ellie »

In Trump We Trust: Religious Right On Crusade to Make Their Man President

THE GUARDIAN: America’s evangelicals sense a chance to impose a radical agenda and resist what they see as a tide of liberal secularism

God’s army is on the march. And many of its foot soldiers are wearing “Make America great again” regalia, sensing that their unlikely standard bearer, former US president Donald Trump, is once again close to the promised land.

“I do not believe that America can survive another four years of Joe Biden,” Ralph Reed, founder and chair of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, told a gathering of the religious right in Washington on Friday. “I haven’t felt this way since Jimmy Carter was president.” The audience burst into knowing laughter.

Reed promised they would knock on 10m doors of Christian and conservative voters in every battleground state, make 10m phone calls, send 25m text messages and put 30m voter guides in 113,000 churches, producing “the biggest turnout of Christian voters in American history”. » | David Smith in Washington | Saturday, June 22, 2024

Christ Almighty! Which version of Christianity do these dimwits follow? Considering a man as leader of their group, a man who allegedly worshipped "pussy", is hardly a suitable man to follow in order to establish God's kingdom on earth! These nincompoops need to take stock! – © Mark Alexander

DJ Khaled : Wild Thoughts | Official Video | ft. Rihanna, Bryson Tiller

Jun 16, 2017 | Views on YouTube: 1,184,174,409

Why is Bread in USA so Bad & Unhealthy? Shopping with Dr. Dhand

Mar 26, 2024 | This really is an unbelievable situation in the huge bread section!


Great video! I know from personal experience that what you have stated in this video is absolutely true. On the whole, what Americans consider bread is soft, spongy, and unhealthy. And, as you say, full of unhealthy ingredients. And this is the cr** that our UK, pro-Brexit, brain-dead government wants to foist upon us Brits! Garbage, in other words! However clever Americans might be, or can be, one thing is for certain: they cannot teach the world how to eat healthily. – © Mark Alexander

U.K.’s Richest Family Found Guilty of Exploitation but Is Acquitted of Trafficking

THE NEW YORK TIMES: A Swiss criminal court handed prison sentences to members of the Hinduja family for exploiting domestic workers at their villa in Geneva.

A Swiss court on Friday found members of Britain’s wealthiest family guilty of exploiting domestic workers at a luxury villa in Geneva, but acquitted them of the more serious charge of human trafficking.

Prosecutors had charged four members of the family — Prakash Hinduja; his wife, Kamal Hinduja; their son Ajay Hinduja; and their daughter-in-law Namrata Hinduja — with trafficking and exploiting several workers from India.

They were accused of confiscating the employees’ passports and forcing them to work 16 hours a day or longer without overtime pay in the villa. Lawyers representing the Hindujas had denied the allegations.

The court on Friday sentenced Prakash and Kamal Hinduja to four years and six months in prison, and Ajay and Namrata Hinduja to four years, according to news agencies. It also ordered them to pay about $950,000 in compensation, as well as about $300,000 in procedural fees. Najib Ziazi, a business adviser for the family who also faced charges, was found complicit in the exploitation. » | Isabella Kwai, Reporting from London | Friday, June 21, 2024

Related article here.

Dr. Marianne Teitelbaum: Addressing Poor Circulation: Ayurvedic Strategies for Today

Nov 22, 2023 | It’s important to keep the channels of circulation up and running, especially in this modern era where most of us are sedentary all day long and don’t move enough to push the blood through our extremities. That’s why exercise and moving is so important. And of course, we have numerous remedies, transdermal creams, herbs, teas, mineral and herbal baths to open up these physical channels using thermogenic or heat-producing therapies. …

'Complete Nonsense!' | Bill Browder SLAMS Nigel Farage for Justifying Putin's Invasion of Ukraine

Jun 22, 2024 | “He had huge sympathy for me and for my mission and…all the terrible things we’ve suffered at the hands of Putin.” Bill Browder says Nigel Farage is “opportunistic” in changing his tone towards Putin for the election.

Lebanon: Robbery of the Century | ARTE.tv Documentary

Jun 22, 2024 | In 2019, Lebanon suffered an unprecedented economic crisis which pushed most of the population into poverty. How could a small ruling élite become so rich and powerful while everyone else loses their life savings? This is the story of Lebanon’s slide into a kleptocracy.

Holy Humanist: Lest We Forget Whom the Muslims Enslaved | #shorts

Nuriyah Khan explains.

Holy Humanist: Harems in the Muslim World | Ottoman Empire | #shorts

Nuriyah enlightens us here.

Michal Lambert: CLACTON - Charity Shops, Mobility Scooters and Lost Hope

Jun 22, 2024 | This week I visited Clacton-on-Sea, the town which voted 73.04% in favour of Brexit and where Nigel Farage is standing in the coming general election.

Clacton is a small seaside town of 50,000 population. The town centre is shabby and neglected. The people in Clacton appear to be poor and deprived. It is evident that many people are overweight, no doubt because of poor diet, and many are dependent upon mobility scooters.

There are eleven charity shops in the town centre. There are homeless people in the town who clearly need help.

Clacton voted overwhelmingly in favour of Brexit and yet it seems clear that they have suffered from its consequences. Nigel Farage, the leader of Reform UK, is standing for Parliament and could well be elected on 4th July as the MP for Clacton. It is very doubtful how keen he will be to devote time and attention the poor citizens of Clacton, though.



About Clacton… As you said, it’s not Bel Air or Knightsbridge. Nor, as a seaside town, is it Nice! The descriptors that immediately come to mind are depressing, sad, shabby, and, in parts, tacky. Clearly, the town has seen its best days.

But in fairness to Clacton, it is surely not alone. So many towns up and down the country look sad these days. Shopfronts right and left are so often boarded up. Brexit has taken its toll, of course; but so has the Internet with online shopping. When visiting a town outside of London or the home counties, salubriousness is not to be expected anymore, and if it is found, one must be surprised. – © Mark Alexander

Friday, June 21, 2024

Kettensägen-Präsident in Berlin | DW Nachrichten

Jun 21, 2024 « Das "Rattennest": So nennt Javier Milei das argentinische Parlament. Wohl auch weil er als neuer Präsident von dort kaum die nötige Zustimmung für seine umstrittenen Gesetzesvorhaben bekam. Seit einem halben Jahr ist Milei nun im Amt: Was ist seitdem aus der wirtschaftlichen Radikal-Reform geworden, die Milei versprochen hat? Wie macht er sich auf dem internationalen Parkett und warum wird er beim Staatsbesuch in Berlin nicht mit militärischen Ehren empfangen?

Sen. Josh Hawley: “Boeing CEO Grilled over $32.8 Million Salary amid Safety Scandals” | #shorts

We are being screwed.

Dr, Suneel Dhand: How I Stay Away from Doctors & the Scam Medical System

May 13, 2024 | I try my best to stay away

British Billionaire Hindujas Sentenced to Jail in Swiss Exploitation Case

THE GUARDIAN: Prosecutors claimed four members of family underpaid staff and gave them little freedom to leave Geneva mansion

A Swiss court has handed jail sentences to four members of Britain’s richest family for exploiting Indian staff at their Geneva mansion.

The Hindujas, who were not present in court, were acquitted of human trafficking but convicted of other charges on Friday in a stunning verdict for the family, whose fortune is estimated at £37bn.

Prakash Hinduja and his wife, Kamal, were each sentenced to four years and six months in prison, and their son Ajay and his wife, Namrata, received four-year terms.

The case stemmed from the family’s practice of bringing servants from their native India and included accusations of confiscating the staff’s passports once they had arrived in Switzerland. » | Agence France-Presse in Geneva | Friday, June 21, 2024

Hinduja Family.

Let’s Try and Make This World a Better Place by Being Tolerant and Accepting. There Is Far too Much Strife in the World Today. This Is Indeed Troubling.

Mark Alexander: I get many visitors to this website. And for that, I am truly grateful. However, I feel that I need to clear up a few important facts about this website. They are:

This website should be considered a moderating influence. Extremes in politics almost always lead to no good place. The Twentieth Century taught us this clear lesson.

From time to time, this website shows gay material. However, the massage should not be misunderstood. This website does not promote the gay lifestyle; rather, it promotes the tolerance of the gay lifestyle (within reason). And therein lies the difference!

This website promotes peace and security.

This website promotes freedom of choice, even if that choice might be perceived by some as being unhealthy. Personally, I believe in small government. I do not believe that it is the government’s responsibility to interfere in lifestyle choices, even if those lifestyle choices are deemed by some to be unhealthy. To allow the government the right to intervene is a slippery slope indeed.

This website promotes freedom of choice.

© Mark Alexander
All Rights Reserved

Der Bundestag gedenkt der Opfer des Nationalsozialismus

Jan 21, 2024 | Im Bundestag findet eine Holocaustgedenkstunde statt. Als Gastredner sind die Holocaustüberlebende Eva Szepesi und der Publizist Marcel Reif geladen. | Bildrechte Thumbnail: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

Classic Greek Meatballs | Akis Petretzikis

Jun 20, 2024


Get the full recipe here.

Britain Betrayed? How Dark Money Corrupted Brexit | DISPATCH | Full HD UK Politics Documentary | Reupload

Jun 20, 2024 | Brexit was presented as a populist revolution against the élite. But in the years since the referendum, a group of men deep in the heart of the British establishment have been carrying out a coup of a different kind – using Brexit to try and turn Britain into a low-tax, low-regulation, high-finance utopia. This revolution is funded by dark money – cash from unknown sources – which has been flooding into the British political system through mysterious front groups, opaque offshore firms, clandestine digital campaigns, and corporate lobbyists in disguise.

Today, dark money and shadowy influence-operations continue to push an agenda that is anything but popular, and is deeply undemocratic.

In this film, we follow the dark money trails to find out: who are the men who bought Brexit, and what is their vision for Britain’s future?

This documentary was first released in 2021.



With a general election coming up, we, the electorate, have the opportunity to punish severely the bastards who have ruined the British economy. Don’t allow yourselves to be fooled by sweet talk by loudmouths! Kick the bastards into the long grass! – © Mark Alexander

Bloomberg Originals: Why the UK's Economy Stopped Working

Jun 21, 2024 | The UK’s new government will inherit an historic economic challenge as a result of Brexit, the pandemic, Russia’s war on Ukraine and the debt burden exacerbated by all three. Inflation is just one obstacle facing the Labour Party under Leader Keir Starmer, the Conservatives under Prime Minister Rishi Sunak or whomever the country chooses. While raising taxes or increasing debt are unlikely options, there is a potential solution to Britain's economic crisis: increasing productivity and efficiency.

Rejoin Majority Are Being Gaslighted by Politicians

Jun 20, 2024 | Committed Brexiter Oakshott largely agrees with former LibDems leader Jo Swinson that Brexit is here for good and they claim Britain doesn’t want to revisit the issue. Michael Gove also projects Tory habits on the Labour Party!

Question Time | Election Leaders' Special | 20th June 2024 (Day 29)

Jun 21, 2024 | With just two weeks until the general election, Fiona Bruce presents a special two-hour edition of Question Time. The four leaders from the country’s biggest political parties will each face 30 minutes of questions from an audience of voters in York. That’s Rishi Sunak, prime minister and Conservative leader, Sir Keir Starmer, who leads Labour, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Ed Davey, and the Scottish National Party leader John Swinney MSP.

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French Election Becomes ‘Nightmare’ for Nation’s Jews

THE NEW YORK TIMES: An attack on a 12-year-old Jewish girl is inflaming an already tense and divisive situation.

The alleged rape last weekend of a 12-year-old Jewish girl by boys who hurled antisemitic abuse at her has ignited simmering tensions in France over attitudes toward the largest Jewish community in Western Europe.

President Emmanuel Macron, a centrist whose decision to call snap elections this month shocked even his closest allies, responded by denouncing the “scourge of antisemitism” in French schools. The prime minister, Gabriel Attal, urged politicians to “refuse the banalization” of hatred toward Jews, a thinly veiled attack on Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the ardently pro-Palestinian leader of the left who on June 2 called antisemitism in France “residual.”

There were more than 360 antisemitic episodes in France in the first three months of this year, or an average of four a day, an increase of 300 percent over the same period last year, the government said. In the most recent one that shocked the country, the three boys are said to have dragged the girl into an abandoned building where she was repeatedly raped and insulted.

The three boys, ages 12 and 13, one of them previously known to the girl, are being investigated for rape, death threats and insults “aggravated by their link to the victim’s religion,” a prosecutor’s statement on Wednesday said. Two of them have been placed in pretrial detention, it added. » | Roger Cohen, Reporting from Paris | Thursday, June 20, 2024

Rishi Sunak Suggests Young People Might Face Sanctions for Refusing National Service

Jun 21, 2024 | Rishi Sunak has indicated that young people might face restrictions on access to finance or driving licences if they refuse to do national service, as he faced a TV quizzing from voters.

Asked during a BBC Question Time special what sanctions people could face for declining to take part in the Conservative policy of compulsory national service for all 18-year-olds, the prime minister pointed to 'driving licences, or the access to finance, all sorts of other things' Rishi Sunak floats sanctions on young people for refusing national service



Who’d want to be young in Sunak’s Britain? Sanctions for the young people who refuse to take part in national service, and they won’t be allowed to smoke a cigarette while doing it, either! Kill for your country, and perhaps be killed, but don’t expect to be able to enjoy a smoke, because cigarettes might kill you in fifty years’ time!

Kick this arrogant and petulant little pip squeak out of Number 10! Send him packing. – © Mark Alexander


Read the Guardian article here.

Thursday, June 20, 2024

After Over 1,000 Deaths: How to Make Hajj Safer in Extreme Heat? | DW News

Jun 20, 2024 | A searing heatwave in Saudi Arabia has led to the deaths of over 1,000 people in the city of Mecca during the annual Hajj pilgrimage, according to a tally by the AFP news agency. At least two-thousand people were hospitalized as temperatures there rose above fifty degrees Celsius. The Hajj is one of the largest gatherings of people in the world with an estimated 1.8 million people attending this year.



Are these deaths truly Allah's will? – © Mark Alexander

George Michael, Aretha Franklin : I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) | Official Video

Oct 3, 2009 | Views on YouTube: 54,386,472

Make Smoking Cool Again! It Really Is Anyway

The pleasure of smoking is undeniable. Take that pleasure away from people and it will be replaced by other pleasures which will almost certainly, in the long-run, prove to be even more injurious to health. Smoking is one of life’s true pleasures. For Christ’s sake, stop this war on smoking! Say 'NO' to this Neo-puritanical nonsense! – © Mark Alexander

With thanks to Pinterest for this delightful image.

Sklaverei in Italien | ARTE Re:

Jun 20, 2024 | Yvan Sagnet hat der Sklavenarbeit in der italienischen Landwirtschaft den Kampf angesagt. Der gebürtige Kameruner stand früher selbst auf den Feldern und pflückte für wenige Euro Tomaten. Seitdem kämpft er für die Rechte der hunderttausend Arbeiter aus Afrika und Osteuropa und gegen die Caporale, die kriminellen Arbeitsvermittler.

Yvan Sagnet nennt sie Sklaven: hunderttausende Erntearbeiter aus Afrika und Osteuropa auf Italiens Feldern. Ohne sie würde in Italien keine Tomate, keine Orange, keine Olive geerntet werden. Doch sie werden ausgenutzt, leben oft unter menschenunwürdigen Bedingungen, hausen in Ruinen und sogenannten Ghettos.

Im Jahr 2011 stand Yvan selbst auf den Feldern nahe der süditalienischen Kleinstadt Nardo und pflückte Tomaten. Vier Tage lang füllte er unter Schmerzen die 350 Kilo Kisten. Er verdiente 14 Euro am Tag. 10 musste er an den Caporale zahlen, für Transport, für Wasser. Caporale heißen die kriminellen Arbeitsvermittler, die die Männer kontrollieren und ausbeuten. Nach einem 14 Stunden Tag in der Hitze und unter Schlägen blieben Yvan nur 4 Euro. Er organsierte einen Streik, den ersten der Erntearbeiter. Mit Erfolg. Seitdem kämpft er für ihre Rechte und gegen die Caporale, die ihn deswegen immer wieder mit dem Tod bedrohen.

Trotzdem hat er nun „NoCap“ gegründet, eine Organisation mit der er Produkte zertifizieren will, die unter ethisch korrekten Bedingungen hergestellt wurden. "Re:" begleitet Yvan Sagnet bei seinem Kampf.

Reportage (D 2018, 30 Min)
Video verfügbar bis zum 24/11/2024



Es ist herzzerreißend, daß Menschen in der heutigen Zeit so schlecht behandelt werden. Sicherlich können wir im Namen Jesu Christi besser als dies tun. Überall in Europa, inklusiv Großbritannien, werden arme Immigranten wie Sklaven behandelt. Die Sklaverei muß neumals bekämpft werden und einmal schlußendlich ausgerottet. – © Mark Alexander