It’s time for a political rant again. Today I went to my bank because I saved money and since it’s easier to count 100 Euro notes, I wanted to exchange my remaining 50 Euro notes. The idea did sound easy, just go to the bank with 300 Euro in 50 Euro notes, and ask them to give me 3 green 100 Euro notes. The woman behind the bar then asked me for my credit card and I told her that I just would want to exchange the notes to larger ones, I didn’t plan to put this on my account. … Continue reading When You Welcome Such Masses of Refugees, You Sure Need A Surveillance State
It would be amusing if that wouldn’t be so serious. Our German government plans to create a center to fight “disinformation” online ahead of next year’s elections. Looks like our government is scared shitless that they might not be re-elected. If they can’t control citizens anymore with their propaganda TV channels and radio stations thanks to the internet, they now have to change the strategy and go one step further. Now they want to control information’s in the web or on social media channels. I always said it, and I stick with it, the real extremists do already govern our … Continue reading Ministry of Truth
This is not a news, Facebook has been criticized by German politicians for not censoring Facebook comments, or for not giving the right tools to censor comments on the own fan pages at Facebook. Currently all known German politicians battle with the ever-increasing amount of negative comments on their pages, and while it’s true, you can find hate speech, the majority of the comments are not hateful but written by people with justified worries and question. When Merkel talked with Zuckerberg, she probably didn’t ask for better moderation tools on Facebook pages to be able to delete the hate speech … Continue reading Does Merkel Know The Difference Between Meaningful Critique And Hate Speech?
So, yesterday I did read this news article about Islamists trying to recruit refugees in Germany. To be honest, while reading the article I rolled my eyes for two reasons, the first one is that this is not a news, … Continue reading A Few Points About The Refugee Crisis, Related To Germany
I mentioned already that I was in a therapy since the end of 2014. It’s a therapy for depression and anxiety disorder. I suffered from depression and anxiety disorder but the problems waned over the years as I have read a lot about it and as I developed strategies to reduce the interval of my panic attacks. However, I contacted a therapist anyway last year as I mentioned, reason was that the problems can still randomly appear at times. Also I do often suffer from extreme sleep problems but they come and go in phases as all the other symptoms. … Continue reading Discussing The Therapy End
This list will be mainly related to the WordPress.com community. This community is a great one. A powerful community with powerful tools. But there are also some people who seems not to understand that there can be behaviors that the majority of bloggers won´t accept. So, here is a list of ten behaviours that you better should not integrate in your daily blogging routine: 1. Instant liking of articles. To be honest, it is absolutely ok to like photo postings as soon as they are published if you primarily like the shown photo rather than the text but if you … Continue reading 10 Things That Can Make You Instantly Look Like A Dubious Blogger