Free Republic 3rd Qtr 2021 Fundraising Target: $88,000 Receipts & Pledges to-date: $24,019
27%  
Woo hoo!! And the first 27% is in!! Thank you all very much!! God bless.

Keyword: german

Brevity: Headers | « Text »
  • Hillary Clinton, GOP leaders will join Biden for dinner with German chancellor

    07/16/2021 8:27:48 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 44 replies
    NY Post ^ | 07/15/2021 | Steven Nelson
    Hillary Clinton and top congressional Republicans Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy will join President Biden on Thursday for a small dinner party with visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel. It’s unclear if Clinton will speak to reporters during her return to the White House — as high-profile visitors sometimes do on the driveway. The meal in the State Dining Room is closed to reporters. Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, is not on the 25-person guest list — nor are the top Democrats in Congress. As first lady, Clinton lived in the executive mansion for eight years, but failed to get...
  • German Study Finds Lockdown ‘Had No Effect’ on Stopping Spread of Coronavirus

    06/04/2021 9:09:01 AM PDT · by george76 · 32 replies
    Summit News ^ | 4 June, 2021 | Paul Joseph Watson
    Infection rates already falling before restrictions put in place. A major new study by German scientists at Munich University has found that lockdowns had no effect on reducing the country’s coronavirus infection rate. Oh. “Statisticians at Munich University found “no direct connection” between the German lockdown and falling infection rates in the country,” reports the Telegraph. The study found that, on all three occasions before Germany imposed its lockdowns in November, December and April, infection rates had already begun to fall. The R rate – the number that indicates how many other people an infected person passes the virus to...
  • German lockdowns had ‘no direct connection’ to falling COVID rates

    06/04/2021 1:26:16 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 6 replies
    breitbart ^ | 06/04/2021 | Ben Feuerherd
    Coronavirus lockdowns had “no direct connection” to falling infection rates in Germany — as transmission was already declining before the restrictions were imposed, new research found. The research, conducted by statisticians at Ludwig Maximilians Munich University, found that the country’s R rate — or the number of people an infected person passes the virus onto — had already dipped below 1 prior to the national lockdown being imposed last November, according to the Telegraph. The rate was also decreasing in December and April when the lockdown was tightened, the research found.
  • Bishop Bätzing Opens Path to Protestants Receiving Catholic Communion in Germany

    04/29/2021 6:24:41 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 21 replies
    The National Catholic Register ^ | 4/23/21 | Edward Pentin
    In his latest challenge to Rome’s authority, the president of the German bishops conference is publicly rejecting recent Vatican instructions regarding this issue.In his latest salvo to challenge Rome's authority, the president of Germany’s bishops’ conference has said that any German Protestant who wishes to receive Holy Communion in a Catholic Church on Ökumenischen Kirchentag — a day of Christian unity in May — may do so. “Anyone who is Protestant and attends Communion can receive Communion,” Bishop Georg Bätzing told an online discussion in Frankfurt on Thursday about the May 15 event that usually brings thousands of Christians to...
  • CureVac's COVID-19 vaccine attracts rising interest: German biotech firm has seen the number of requests for its experimental COVID-19 vaccine increase as concerns over rare side effects hit other vaccines.

    04/15/2021 11:06:01 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 3 replies
    Reuters via Yahoo News ^ | 04/15/2021 | Ludwig Berger
    German biotech firm CureVac said it has seen the number of requests for its experimental COVID-19 vaccine increase over the past few days, as concerns over rare side effects have hit some other coronavirus shots. Remarks made to Reuters by a CureVac spokesman on the growing interest on Thursday were underscored by Chief Executive Franz-Werner Haas in an analyst call on fourth-quarter results. "There is much more vaccine needed than is available. We are talking primarily with governments but also ... with COVAX," Haas said, referring to the international vaccine-sharing facility. "There are very hot discussions," he added. The European...
  • Merkel Attributes Virus and Vaccine Failures to German ‘Perfectionism’

    03/29/2021 6:21:40 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 23 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 03/29/2021 | BREITBART LONDON
    BERLIN (AP) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel has blamed her country’s difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic — from the slow vaccine rollout to the back-and-forth over lockdown rules — on “a tendency toward perfectionism” and called for greater flexibility to tackle the latest surge in cases. In a lengthy television interview with public broadcaster ARD late Sunday, Merkel acknowledged that mistakes were made by her government, including on plans for an Easter lockdown.
  • Anna Sorokin, Fake German Heiress, Released From Prison

    02/12/2021 4:38:52 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 26 replies
    MSN ^ | 12 FEB 2020 | Wilson Wong and Diana Dasrath and Minyvonne Burke
    Anna Sorokin, a woman who once pretended to be a wealthy German heiress named Anna Delvey to swindle friends and banks out of tens of thousands of dollars, is out of prison. After serving nearly four years, she was released on parole Thursday from the Albion Correctional Facility in upstate New York, according to Department of Corrections records. In April 2019, Sorokin, 30, was convicted by a Manhattan jury on four counts of theft services, three counts of grand larceny and one count of attempted grand larceny. She was acquitted of grand larceny and attempted grand larceny, according to The...
  • German quarantine breakers to be held in refugee camps, detention centers

    01/19/2021 3:51:59 AM PST · by knighthawk · 18 replies
    NY Post ^ | Januari 18 2021 | Lee Brown
    Germans who repeatedly refuse to quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19 will be held in detention centers — and even under police guard, according to reports. Officials in the state of Saxony — which is experiencing one of the worst outbreaks in the European nation — have already approved plans to hold quarantine-breakers in a fenced-off section of a refugee camp, the Telegraph said. Another state, Brandenburg, also plans to use a section of a refugee camp.
  • I Now Better Understand the 'Good German'

    01/10/2021 1:15:11 PM PST · by Libloather · 25 replies
    Townhall ^ | 1/05/20 | Dennis Prager
    As my listeners and readers can hopefully attest, I have been on a lifelong quest to understand human nature and human behavior. I am sad to report that I have learned more in the last few years, particularly in 2020, than in any equivalent period of time. One of the biggest revelations concerns a question that has always plagued me: How does one explain the "good German," the term used to describe the average, presumably decent German, who did nothing to hurt Jews but also did nothing to help them and did nothing to undermine the Nazi regime? The same...
  • German virologist downplays fears about new mutation of COVID-19

    12/21/2020 8:28:31 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 2 replies
    nypost ^ | 12/21/2020 | Yaron Steinbuch
    A leading German virologist on Monday downplayed fears about the new mutation of the coronavirus spreading through the UK – and questioned Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s claim that the strain is 70 percent more infectious, according to reports. “I wonder whether a scientist gave an estimate, perhaps asked what he would say if he had to give a figure, and then it takes on a life of its own,” Christian Drosten said, the Daily Mail reported.
  • Painting worth $340K is found in German dumpster

    12/12/2020 11:50:06 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 34 replies
    ktla ^ | 12/12/2020
    A surrealist painting worth more than a quarter million dollars that was forgotten by a businessman at Duesseldorf’s airport has been recovered from a nearby recycling dumpster, police said Thursday. The businessman, whose identity was not given, accidentally left behind the painting by French surrealist Yves Tanguy at a check-in counter as he boarded a flight from Duesseldorf to Tel Aviv on Nov. 27. By the time he landed in Israel and contacted Duesseldorf police, the 340,000-dollar oeuvre, which had been wrapped in cardboard, had disappeared. ....dumpster used by the airport’s cleaning company.
  • Pigeon message found over a century after sent by German soldier

    11/10/2020 7:26:30 PM PST · by MAGA2017 · 78 replies
    BBC ^ | 11/9/2020
    In September, a couple out for a stroll in the eastern French Alsace region, came across a tiny aluminium capsule in a field. Inside was the message, written in barely legible German on a kind of tracing paper. The message appears to carry the date 1910, or 1916. Dominique Jardy, curator of the Linge Museum, near where the discovery was made, thinks 1910 is more likely, Le Parisien reports (in French) . Describing the find as "super-rare", he told the paper the capsule was likely to have come to the surface of the soil over time as have many military...
  • German intelligence says China asked the WHO to help it cover up COVID-19

    05/09/2020 4:47:33 PM PDT · by rxsid · 69 replies
    thenationalsentinel.com ^ | 05.09.2020 | Duncan Smith
    German intelligence says China asked the WHO to help it cover up COVID-19 May 9, 2020German intelligence officials say they have obtained evidence that the Chinese government asked the World Health Organization to help it cover up the coronavirus outbreak in a finding that is sure to place no small amount of renewed pressure on Beijing. In fact, Chinese President Xi Jinping personally asked the World Health Organization to delay the release of critical information early in the outbreak, German intelligence officials conclude.Xi met with WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on January 21 to request that he withhold information about...
  • How Tinder Saved a Woman’s Life While Stranded in Wilderness

    01/24/2020 7:21:41 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 44 replies
    New York Post ^ | January 24, 2020 | Natalie O'Neil
    SNIP A road-tripping German woman was rescued from the treacherous Norwegian wilderness when she set up a Tinder account — and enlisted help from one of her matches, according to a report Friday. Lonia Haeger, a pro kite surfer and self-styled “adventurer,” was traveling through the remote Nordkapp region in a camper van with two friends when they became stranded on the side of a mountain by a deluge of freezing rain, according to Central European News. SNIP She soon learned emergency responders were too far away to help them quickly, so she set up the location-based dating app to...
  • Germans think Trump is more dangerous than Kim Jong Un and Putin

    12/26/2019 5:30:35 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 104 replies
    DW ^ | 12 26 2019 | Staff
    Although Washington is one of Germany's closest allies, public trust in the US has significantly eroded under President Donald Trump, a new YouGov survey showed. Germans were asked who was more dangerous: North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Russian President Vladimir Putin or US President Donald Trump. Some 41% of Germans said they thought Trump was the most dangerous out of the five world leaders. In second place was Kim with 17%, followed by Putin and Khamenei with 8%. Coming in last was China's Xi with 7%. Over 2,000 people...
  • Cultural casualty: Pakistan's plunge towards Al-Bakistan

    11/17/2019 3:53:02 PM PST · by Jyotishi · 6 replies
    IndiaFacts ^ | Saturday, November 16, 2019 | Rakesh Krishnan Simha
    Fed on an anti-infidel diet from childhood, Pakistanis no matter where they are born, grow up ready for jehad. Even Muslims with a nominal Pakistani connection are beyond help. Pakistan is a country where the arrow of time is travelling backwards. In the 'Land of the Pure', Prime Minister Imran Khan promises to create a mythical seventh century Riyasat-e-Madina (1) yet Islamic demagogues such as Maulana Fazlur Rehman call him a Jewish agent. Rehman and hundreds of thousands of his frenzied followers are protesting nationwide, seeking Khan's resignation. With the corrupt, cowardly and jehadi generals of the Pakistan Army choreographing...
  • Pompeo to formally unveil Reagan statue in Berlin

    11/06/2019 10:36:17 AM PST · by yesthatjallen · 18 replies
    The Hill ^ | 11 06 2019 | Justine Coleman
    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will formally unveil a statue of former President Reagan in Berlin, 30 years after the Berlin Wall fell in the city. During his visit in Germany, Pompeo will reveal the statue of Reagan at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, according to a Facebook post from the U.S. Mission to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The statue will overlook the location where the president gave his speech calling for Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the wall. Pompeo will inaugurate the statue on Friday, the day before the 30th anniversary of the momentous...
  • These are the hardest-to-spell words in the English language

    05/21/2019 5:02:30 AM PDT · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 64 replies
    CNN ^ | 21 May 2019 | Mallory Hughes
    (CNN) Bondieuserie. Bewusstseinslage. Ayacahuite. Most of us wouldn't even know how to pronounce those words, let alone spell them. The Scripps National Spelling Bee is a week away and it is sure to be filled with a plethora of problematic words. An international team of linguists from the language-learning app Babbel partnered with Merriam-Webster to analyze a decade's worth of words and find out what knocked out Bee contestants in the final round. Bondieuserie [bohn-dyooz-ree]: banal and often shoddy religious art (almost all religious art) Zenaida [zen-eye-da]: any bird of a genus of tropical American pigeons (know of some Mexican...
  • German fortification, Normandy, World War II (photo)

    05/16/2019 10:58:29 AM PDT · by ransomnote · 72 replies
    imgur.com ^ | 5/15/19 | Imgur username nallex
    German fortification, Normandy, World War II.    
  • What if America Had Been Conquered By The Germans in WWII?

    04/10/2019 6:05:12 AM PDT · by vannrox · 91 replies
    War History Online ^ | 8APR19 | Christian Oord
    What if America Had Been Conquered By The Germans in WWII? INSTANT ARTICLESWORLD WAR IIApr 8, 2019 Christian Oord   Photo: © Russell Cobb 2018 SHARE:FacebookTwitter Had the Führer’s strategic vision gone according to plan, the Third Reich would have reached its full military might in 1948.On June 22, 1941, Operation Barbarossa had begun. The military successes achieved in the following weeks and months proved astounding. More than three million German soldiers and over 600,000 other Axis soldiers participated in what was then the biggest military offensive in history––the Soviet Union was on the cusp of collapse.At the beginning of...