“Japan Vs North Korea Military Power Comparison 2021”
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Japan Vs North Korea Military Power Comparison 2021
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Old men are dangerous it doesn't matter to them what is going to happen to the world. (George Bernard Shaw)
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“If there’s life on other planets, then the earth is the Universe’s insane asylum. (Voltaire)"
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"A Taste of the Social Media - Facebook - Is your paradigm about mistfits in the society the same after reading this? The misfits in the society are always free thinkers and do not deviate from their own norms of morality. When a society goes
on a wrong path, and that is most often, all right thinking persons, all philosophers, all moralists and all non-conformists become misfits in the society. Indeed, these misfits are the pioneers to bring back the society on the right path by
resetting its norms. Even if the social norms appear to be rightly set, the misfits in the society has a great significance as showing an alternate way of life to the people. — August 2012 "
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"Der Kapitalismus ist das Mittel um die unteren Gesellschaftsschichten unten zu halten und die oberen noch reicher werden zu lassen. (unbekannt) "
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In the U.K. there is supposedly, every person in the U.K., if you are out walking in the street, you are photographed at least 30 times in one day and 1 out of 78 people in the U.K. is specifically monitored by security systems and as you know the U.K. is the most monitored camera crazy country in the universe and U.S. would be second and Germany as well. Everything you do and everything you say is on Camera and they want your Genetics. I´ve seen this in the train stations in U.K., but there are scientists that say: If you spit on the platform, they will get your dna and trace you on the government computers to know exactly who you were and your dna will be online forever in their computer system and will be find.. (Stewart Swerdlow)