Aan de ‘overheid’
Wellicht is het u in uw overijverige regelzucht ontgaan, maar niet iedereen is in staat of zelfs maar gewillig om naar Nederland te reizen om e.o.a. Digi-ID code op te halen. Hoe gek kun je het verzinnen? Ik moet dus honderden euros uitgeven alleen maar omdat een raamambtenaar er nooit over na heeft gedacht dat het een idiote regeling is?
De laatste keer dat ik in dat vreselijke regelzucht land was wist ik niet hoe snel weer te vluchten. Wat een stank! Wat een aggressief volk! Wat een totaal debiel systeem van openbaar vervoer. En toen moest ik er zijn om een prachtvrouw te ontmoeten. Nu hoor ik dat ik ook al naar Parijs moet reizen om mijn paspoort te verlengen… Goh dat zal me een puist geld schelen in besparingen zeg om consulaat Nice op te heffen als ophaalpunt! Consulaat Nice was een vies oud goor kantoortje met 2 sjacherijnige medewerkers maar iig was het maar een uurtje rijden.
Wat mis ik de chip in mijn vuilnisbak, de boete voor het weggooien van 2 enveloppes in een openbare prullenbak, de illegale NummerPlaatHerkenning, de incompetente politie, het lachtertje wat het woord ’legermacht’ niet waard is, 3300 belastingen, leges, toeslagen, uitgeklede ‘zorg’ tegen hogere premies, belastingen op belastingen om het calimero effect van de Nederlandse politiek te betalen. Ook jammer dat ik niet mee kan betalen aan de koningshow, wel fijn dat ik AWBZ mag betalen waar ik geen aanspraak op kan doen. Gelukkig hoef ik dan weer niet te betalen voor de volstrekt onredenable windfantasien, recyclage buiten nederland algemeen erkent wordt als duurder dan wat het in welke vorm dan ook opbrengt. Gelukkig hoef ik niet mee te maken hoe het land dat ooit nog wel eens wat betekende langzaam steen voor steen wordt afgebroken en lijdzaam afzakt tot de laagste gemene deler.
Wingewest Nederland… Zou me verbijsteren als het binnen een eeuw niet in de 2de wereld land lijst staat. Maar gelukkig voor de politici die het domgehouden schapenvolk telkens weer herkiest… jullie kostje is gekocht. Apres vous le deluge n’est-ce pas?
Vergeet niet over echt belangrijke zaken te discussieren, zoals zwarte piet of bed, bad en bier.
Adjusted to take into account the racial breakdown of the U.S. population, he said black men are 3.5 times more likely to be killed by police than white men. But also adjusted to take into account the racial breakdown in violent crime, the data actually show that police are less likely to kill black suspects than white ones.
“If one adjusts for the racial disparity in the homicide rate or the rate at which police are feloniously killed, whites are actually more likely to be killed by police than blacks,” said Mr. Moskos, a former Baltimore cop and author of the book “Cop in the Hood.”
“Adjusted for the homicide rate, whites are 1.7 times more likely than blacks die at the hands of police,” he said. “Adjusted for the racial disparity at which police are feloniously killed, whites are 1.3 times more likely than blacks to die at the hands of police.”
Mr. Moskos listed two possible reasons for the racial disparity. The first is that police assigned to largely black neighborhoods face “more political fallout when they shoot, and thus receive better training and are less inclined to shoot.”
The second is that police assigned to black communities with high crime rates are more accustomed to dangerous situations and thus are more likely to be able to resolve them without resort to lethal force.
Obviously those hysterical believers in any causal link between Vaccination and diverse neurological disorders will never ever accept anything as mundane as simple empirical data, but still maybe this might reach the more rational persons
Autism Occurrence by MMR Vaccine Status Among US Children With Older Siblings With and Without Autism
Conclusions and Relevance
In this large sample of privately insured children with older siblings, receipt of the MMR vaccine was not associated with increased risk of ASD, regardless of whether older siblings had ASD. These findings indicate no harmful association between MMR vaccine receipt and ASD even among children already at higher risk for ASD.
JAMA Full Free Article
Not only constitute the solar panels themselves a hazard for causing fires, even if any fire breaks out in your solar house firefighters won’t be able to go full ahead to put it out…
Research commissioned by the DCLG and carried out by BRE on fire safety and solar electric/photovoltaic systems, identifies the major obstacle facing firefighters: “In contrast to the power used by conventional mains electrical equipment, the power that PV systems generate is DC (direct current) and parts of the system cannot be switched off. DC installations have a continuous current, making them more hazardous (volt for volt) than normal AC (alternating current) electrical installations.”
The issue is that a household’s AC supply can easily be shut off by firefighters, however, the DC current supplied by the solar panels will also be generating as long as the sun is out.
How a firefighter approaches a house fire in a property with solar installed
According to Kent Fire and Rescue Services
Conduct a risk assessment to identify if any solar thermal (ST) of photovoltaic panels (PV) were or likely to be affected by fire
Identify the system fitted (we would treat as PV if not clear)
Isolate the main consumer unit
Identify the location of inverter and isolation switches and isolate
Inform personnel about the existence of the system in place and highlight the hazards present (electrical and risk of collapse)
Any fires within the inverters would be extinguished with a dry powder extinguishing agent
Additional control measures would be applied when appropriate:
Ladder contact with PV systems would be avoided
A safety officer would monitor for signs of collapse
A cordon would be established below panel arrays
Avoid application of firefighting water directly on to the PV array
Electrical rated gloves would be used for any contact with components of PV arrays and wiring
Consider covering the PV panels to reduce the generation of DC power
Seek specialist advice where necessary
More scary stuff at Source
Again the migratory overflow from a poor overpopulated place, as happened so often in the past, whilst once it came from the east now it comes from the south. The victim industry fares well by it, with each boat load of strong young men sinking (after having thrown excess baggage such as women, children and kafirs overboard) the victim industry gleefully jumps on their corpses.
As beforehand the African tribes dealt with overpopulation by selling their excess into slavery, they now settled on the more direct way of mutual extermination.
For a while Africa was a thriving continent, providing food for large parts of the world, that quickly ended when the colonists were ‘thrown’ out. Having ejected all knowhow, cultural tradition of hard work and planning ahead inevitably the continent fell back to it’s usual modus operandi. The law of the jungle.
The strongest soon realized that there was a guilt ridden (why is unclear but hey why waste a good opportunity) western world eagerly falling for their narrative of poor fugitives having to be accepted as a debt to old times the creation of fugitives was a matter of time.
Excepting the ones having the money to pay for good stories and comfortable transport, the rest were easy marks for their ‘fellowman’ dumping all the poor and resource draining peoples in the Mediterranean. Mixing in a lot of their mentally/physically ill, criminals and extremists to wreak havoc in that so despised world. The world that everyday by it’s pure existence proved how it could be done and how they are incapable to.
The same reason why Israel has to be erased.. Who needs proof that you fail as a people, as an ethnicity right next to you in your backyard proves under dire circumstances the desert can bloom?
Luckily the emotional vultures who like to see themselves as saviors of the masses are well funded, and use their disgusting appeal to the moral high-ground are here to ensure those masses come… the 1000’s of drowned are just a cynical means to further their cause to be displayed on their websites.
Yuck, and we call ourselves the superior species…
The importance of the buffer zone expansion is becoming clear in light of the armed forces’ announcement on March 29 of the discovery of a secret tunnel connecting Gaza to Sinai and stretching along 2.8 kilometers (1.7 miles) into Egyptian territory. This tunnel is the longest tunnel yet to be discovered by the armed forces.
Nasser Khaled, an infrastructure expert and soil mechanical engineer, told Al-Monitor that digging such a tunnel requires modern equipment and a large number of workers to dig either in rocks or loose land. He said the process takes four to five months, while the average cost of the required equipment is no less than about 10 million Egyptian pounds ($1.3 million).
Khaled said that most of the manufacturers of such equipment do not authorize sales except to states and major engineering and construction companies. He added that the primitive or manual drilling of such tunnels may take years.
Amr Radwan, an infrastructure expert and soil mechanical engineer told Al-Monitor that it is difficult to determine how long it takes to dig such a tunnel unless the nature of the used equipment is identified and the number of workers as well as the specifications of the rocks and soil are known. He said those operations are risky because of loose rocks where drilling could lead to the quick collapse of a tunnel.
The information about the costly equipment, the fact that they are only sold to specific parties and the importance of identifying the nature of the rocks before drilling are factors that indicate that construction companies or experts may be secretly supporting the drilling operations.
Major construction companies in the Gaza Strip have faced difficulties after the Egyptian authorities tightened their control over the tunnels, after the ousting of Mohammed Morsi in July 2013 and the intensification of the terror attacks in Sinai, through which a large proportion of building materials would enter the country. This led in January 2014 to the closing of about 280-300 companies and factories amid a blockade imposed by Israeli forces on the entry of construction materials into the Gaza Strip.