Posted by [info]slepkava in [info]pajautaa on 2017.06.25 at 14:54
Kreicbergs vispār latviešu valodā ir lasāms?

Posted by [info]po on 2017.06.25 at 14:21
Video

Posted by [info]grizzly_bear on 2017.06.25 at 11:37
Vai kādam mājās ir vecs, nevajadzīgs akordeons, ko varētu atdot? Var neskanēt kārtīgi vai arī neskanēt pavisam. Diezgan steidzami meklēju.

lieks akordeons

Posted by [info]grizzly_bear in [info]pajautaa on 2017.06.25 at 11:36
Vai kādam mājās ir vecs, nevajadzīgs akordeons, ko varētu atdot? Var neskanēt kārtīgi vai arī neskanēt pavisam. Diezgan steidzami meklēju.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 10:29
Zemes skočs ar Pāvilostas nekonkrētību un aizvestajiem vāciešiem milzīgos tiroļos skaita pasakas amfiteātros.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 10:24
Tētim dolāram saldējums.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 10:22
Es būšu vilciena vadītājs apakšbiksēs.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 10:16
Staraja kvartāla uguns par briesmīgo zemenes sāli un garklāviem, ko nav iespējams uzbarot, kultivējot mazos marokāņus.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 10:09
My daddy was a milkman
Mamma vēl gu-uļ
Im hurting
Im hurting
Im hurting
Im hurting my pri-ide.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 10:03
Laiž gaisā virmojošus audumus ar plašu dzijas kalngalu, modernizējoties pateicībā par skaidrību.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 09:51
Plasticīda gozēšanās armatūrām mazlietotos ekrānos zobratu zemes apšuvumi maksā zibenīgi ātri.

Posted by [info]peacemaker on 2017.06.25 at 08:44
esmu paskatījies pa vienam puslaikam no visām itālijas u-21 spēlēm šitajā eiropas čempī, un Pelegrīni + Kjēzo ir reāli labi, nu, un par Rugani visi jau zina. Bernardeski ir potenciāls, bet nedomāju, ka viņš izsitīsies daudz augstāk par stabilu lielās izlases rezervistu.

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.25 at 07:49
Balons ar pateicību apoteozes nostūros sagriež partiju vāvuļus.

Posted by [info]santech on 2017.06.25 at 03:02
Pietix kost, pirmdien uz darbu.

apātija turpinās

Posted by [info]qgmr101 on 2017.06.24 at 16:30
jūtās/nejūtās: okay
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Joprojām man turpinās un ir milzīga apātija.

Sajūta, ka kontroli pār dzīves gaitu esmu pilnībā zaudējis. Kā sēdēt caurumainā laivā — vienu caurumu aizlāpi, divi citi atveras; vai kā skriet pakaļ no kalna lejup ripojošiem ratiem...

Man gribas kādreiz vēl padzīvot mana saprāta vadītā dzīves sistēmā: [iecere/vēlme]→[plāns]→[darbs]→[sasniegts mērķis]. Bet šobrīd nesanāk.

Citādi jau viss daudz maz normāli.


ko es paveicu jāņu rītā

Posted by [info]marle on 2017.06.24 at 13:28
izgatavoju diorāmu "suns kakā grāvī" M 1:20

Posted by [info]punkts on 2017.06.24 at 13:08
Punkts uz mūžu āmen tev.

May matter

Posted by [info]po on 2017.06.24 at 10:20
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One of the intellectual founding fathers of the European Union, the Austrian diplomat and Freemason Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi outlined his plans for the overall future implications of the EU in his book ‘Practical Idealism’. Looking back at this text many years after it was initially penned by Kalergi it is interesting to note how many of his peculiar and often disturbing plans might be coming to fruition in contemporary Europe.

THE KALERGI PLAN

Kalergi described his dreams for a One World Government with its foundations in the European Union. He hoped that the European project would go on to become the blueprint for a society run entirely by the global elite over a completely powerless population. He wrote that he wished to see the end of national sovereignty and self-determination and he believed that nationalism, and indeed the very concept of nations, could be demolished through multi-culturalism. He wrote that a society that was racially and ethnically diverse was one which was easily controllable by the political elite.

According to Kalegri, a diverse and multi-cultural people were easy to control as they had no common identity to rally behind in the event of a political crisis. In addition to that, a diverse population would be easy to conquer by the means of divide and rule. The newly arrived immigrants would be pitted against the native people with both sides believing that they were a persecuted minority languishing under a system of law that was rigged against their favour.

Over the years, the European Union has gradually eroded aspects of national sovereignty for nation states, often making national law subordinate to that decided by unelected figures at the head of the international organisation. There has also been a concerted attempt to chip away at nationalist sentiments and nation-orientated social projects by such policy decisions as freedom of movement and Angela Merkel’s open door policy towards Syrian refugees.

While Kalergi’s text might seem to be a relic of a more authoritarian and intellectually warped era, it is notable that he is still celebrated and honoured among key members of the European Union today. The Kalergi prize, otherwise known as the Charlemagne Prize, was created in his honour to be awarded to European figures who have helped to promote his plan. Among those awarded this prize in recent years are Angela Merkel, Herman Van Rompuy (the former Prime Minister of Belgium and first President of the European Council) and Pope Francis.

The fact that Kalergi is still apparently alive in the minds of many prominent Europeans has led to the suggestion that this is what lies at the obvious antipathy towards the president-elect Donald Trump by European leaders. Kalergi hoped that the United States would be the next region to fall under the One World Government he envisaged and perhaps many people still nourished that dream until his shock election last year. Trump has proven himself to be openly hostile to the idea of multiculturalism and further immigration to the United States, in stark contrast to any of his recent predecessors. He has also preached an isolationist foreign policy and appears to be drawing the lines of the classic nation state in much darker shades than previous presidents. Perhaps it is the case that he is seen as a potential fly in the ointment when it comes to pursuing Kalergi’s bizarre plan for world domination.

Posted by [info]zirka on 2017.06.23 at 18:37
ar katru gadu ignorēt svētkus (to tradicionālajā izpratnē) kļūst arvien vieglāk. ja agrāk bija tāda kā drusku skaudība, drusku vainas sajūta, tad tagad viens vienīgs prieks par papildus brīvu dienu
tāpat ikdienā nav laika un spēka tiem pašiem serikiem, tā ka - līgo! līgo! - svinēsim ar serikiem un semuškām

Global Nazionism

Posted by [info]po on 2017.06.23 at 16:30
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Mazliet par jaunākajām kultūras aktivitātēm.
makes me wonder...
Var nestīties visu. Galvenais ir pats jautājums.

Posted by [info]santech on 2017.06.23 at 15:05
Telwfõns sācis nopietni jūgties. Factory reset vai jaunu.

Posted by [info]santech on 2017.06.23 at 12:30
ZbS modernās tehnolōģijas! Par bezrindas.lv atcerējos vēlāk. Mobilly izrādījās kkādi eiriki palikuši. Tad nu par tiem nopirkās biļec. Un RS bezmaksas šon. Un alu pirks praktiski uz vietas, varēs tagad nepārkrauties. Jāiemet fočiks un siltās drēbes (jo nu jūnijs) un aidā - daudz alus un daudz gaļas. Papardes zieds izpaliek. Man vismaz. Jo jau norāvu ;D

Tikmēr Fallout 4 jau palaidu kačāties. Lai uz atvaļinājumu tik vien kā piestartēt un aidā.

Un man patīk nākotnes plāni. Ja vēl izdosies saskaņot ar tagadnes plāniem, tad vispār būs zbs. Sāk atkal patikt dzīvot.

arī slotas kāts vienreiz mūžā izšauj

Posted by [info]livia in [info]vajag on 2017.06.23 at 11:43
Labdien! Nereāli, bet ja nu- vai kāds vakarā nevar mani pa ceļam/vai vienkārši aizvest uz Tukuma pusi, Zentenes pagastu? Vai arī rīt no rīta ? Atlīdzība un tā tālāk (:
kāds ar auto, ANYONE ?

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Posted by [info]digna on 2017.06.23 at 00:25
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1)Teiciens "izlietu ūdeni nesasmelsi" īsti neatbilst patiesībai. Nezinu, cik tur bija izlijis, bet kādus deviņus litrus sasmēlu. Ar krūzīti un rokām.

2)Sāk zust jebkāda cerība, ka šajās mājās tikšu pie iespējas mazgāt savas padauzas drēbes savā veļasmašīnā.

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