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Chaos Descends over Germany
Sunday, September 27, 2015 22:00
This is from a retired RAF officer who served in the sixties and is now working and living in Germany.
Europe is now in total chaos and I think that you should know about it.
I have waited a week or so to see how things will develop and to glean more information before presenting the facts.
As you may know from the media, the flood of refugees cum economic immigrants into Europe has reached ridiculous proportions and to the extent that Hungary and other Balkan states have closed their borders and Turkey is considering doing the same.
Angela Merkel in an ill advised speech to the Bunderstag, welcomed all refugees to Germany and the floodgates opened and, in my view, this was all pre-planned beginning with the Pope’s appeal last year for Islam to move closer to Christianity.
This was then followed up via the Italian Government instructing the Italian Navy to rescue all boat refugees and bring them to Italy.
As a result, it seems that some 8000 people per day are now entering Europe via various routes. Most of these are young males between 17 and 25. The result is chaos as you can imagine.
Here in Saarland we have been overwhelmed with refugees mainly young males but some families. In Lebach, some 10 kilometres from here, a camp for 200 was set up and a further 100 added this last week.
The politicians, local government and religious leaders have fallen over themselves to bring them in and cater for them.
And so what is the result?
In Ventimiglia near Monte Carlo, the refugees banded together (organised by smart phone) and overran the market and stole or destroyed everything and ransacked the town.
Here in Lebach, a group entered a supermarket and took what they wanted and destroyed the rest. When the Manageress confronted them, they called up their friends and smashed the place to bits.
The police arrived but were overwhelmed. The supermarket is now closed.
Yesterday, my friends rang from Weissenfels near Leipzig since two supermarkets and a Kaufland store in Halle suffered the same way.
More news is coming in from all over Germany of the same situations.
[b]The media report none of this.[/b]
Many people have demonstrated against being over run by immigrants.
In Weissenfels, families were thrown out of an eight flat apartment block and 70 refugees moved in. Small towns of some 2000 to 3000 people are over run by some 5000 to 6000 refugees.
Much civil unrest is apparent and is just boiling under the surface.
Europe is in chaos and the do gooders have totally lost control of the situation. Islam has overwhelmed us.
For the Syrian and Afghan refugees, I have every sympathy and they need help. They should get it.
But for the rest, in my view, the state authorities must be firm and send them back. Perhaps it is too late.
Anyway, I thought that you should know that the situation here is pretty grim and I fail to see how it can be resolved.
I can only foresee a Police State."
I had one of my friends here contact me via PM, not to chastise but to comment on the "vigorous" banter between myself and NixonsBest.
It did make me think about why the uninitiated (for the want of a better term) so easily misunderstand blokes like me, so I thought it only right to offer an apology and something of an explanation.
It's hard for veterans to re-assimilate back into society, we surface from being submerged deep within an alien lifestyle and culture really, and for good or bad we're forever changed.
We can never be what we were before our military experiences, similarly we can never fully identify with conventional social groups or cliques in the population we once were a part of.
It doesn't mean we believe that we're right or superior to anyone else, it's just that we have a strange and bullshit-free way of comprehending things at times; and too often it rubs people the wrong way.
Inevitably we offend and alienate even our wives and family members, not intentionally; but from from their point of view with a distanced, blunt and insensitive manner.
Unfortunately we are hardened and at times scathing to the sensitivities of those of you who remained in a civilised and caring society, that's the daily struggle we have to manage within ourselves.
I can’t understand why anyone could be jealous of a veteran, we might be proud of our service; but most of us carry a burden of personal guilt for surviving, when so many within our own experiences were horribly wasted and lost.
We don't ask for your thanks, or even your expressions of respect; all we expect is some tolerance and understanding.
I never want anyone else to endure the degradation and deprivation of war; and I can't agree with many of our deployments to far-off parts of the world where we knew it was pointless.
Those of us still sane enough, do everything to make light of our remaining lives, we call it “shit-stirring” and for us it’s a conscious strategy for getting by one day at a time.
I tend to do it a lot here on PA and in my own daily life.
To my own discredit I get too easily seduced by current politics and issues close to my heart, and yet I'm here on PA to learn all I can about financially "seducing" P4P Thai Girls....how fucked up is that when it comes to a man's thinking! LOL.
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Throughout my 13 years in Pattaya I am still amazed at the hideous prices on items. I never have, and probably never will, figure out how prices of everything in a country with ten dollar a day labor can be five times what they are in the US. I have been purchasing many items on ebay lately where they add the import tariffs at shipping and I pay one price with no hassle. I have learned that the import tariffs are only twenty to fifty percent depending on the item and shipping is reasonable. Most items from China, Japan, and a lot of other place ship free but the US is a little pricy. I have found I can buy items on ebay, pay the shipping, pay the import taxes and still save 75%.
Try it sometime.
I wonder if there's been any consideration given to the future requirement for Nappy changing and disposal services in Pattaya for our older Mongerers as time goes on.
It could be a "growth industry" in LoS and certainly one a little less intrusive for the working TG's.
I can see the day when we older addicts are sharing details about where the best amd most sensitive disposable gloves are available....both for clean-up purposes and finger fondling etc.....
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Although it has never happened to me, I have a friend that has several girls tell him they don't barfine or they are having their period after sucking a couple of drinks out of him. Has anybody had these experiences? Is this place getting as bad as the Philippines?
Does anyone one know if there is a duty to be paid on electricals, namely televisions. Im moving my furniture over next month and want to know if its better to bring my own. Ive looked in the shops around Patts, and the small ones are as cheap there as they are here. But the bigger 60" ones are way more expensive. Thanks for any info at all.
Does anyone know or discover the means to staying long term (like 3 to 6 months) without going through all those visa runs, applying for visas (e.g. marriage, retirement, etc)?
Right now I heard they've changed the rules to 30 days stay and then exit and return for another 30 perpetually. But that is tedious and tiring especially for retirees who couldn't (or don't want to) meet their requirements for retirement visa.
If you know a way, then big rewards for you ...
HI ALL just wondering what happened to mark as I and MANY people enjoyed his journey greatly through the ups and downs and hope he is well ,AGAIN I am not being too nosy but was wondering where he is in life
Chatting with a fellow PA member here, I took the effort to explain where my PA nickname came from; what about the rest of you ?
The "Captain Courageous" label came from a nickname I was given when we were on exchange with the Canadian Army; we were doing a Mountaineering course at the time up at Banf and I'd wandered out to the distant portable Toilet building to empty my bowels.
I was later told that while I was seated doing the job a full grown black Bear came out of the woods and started shaking the hell out the little building I was in. I remember at the time I came out holding my trousers up thinking it was some of the boys practical joking until I saw the Bear !
I don't think I've run so fast in my life, half-wiped arse and still folding my trousers up with both hands.
Thankfully the still roaring Bear stayed where he was rocking the building until a couple of our blokes with shotguns loaded up with rubber projectiles drove it off.
After that I was referred to as "Captain Courageous" ! I did wear the rank though.
My Wife and I are going to Pattaya in September this year. My wife is bi sexual and we also, apart from sightseeing, meet with the local ladies for some sexual threesome fun. Any suggestions or dos and donts would be much appreciated. Kind Regards
I've met a couple of Vets on the PA forums here and one of them asked me if there were any regular Bars used a meeting places in Patts.
Does anyone know of such a place ?
If not, are any of you Vets from anywhere interested in nominating such a Bar ?
Not that I'm proposing a splinter group in any way.
Raise your hands all those who've served please.
I have been addicted to Pattaya, I must not only admit, but also declare complete weakness and loss of control to prevent myself from having to go back again ...again and again ...while every time, I promise myself to be the LAST..... Any suggestions how to HEAL from Pattaya ????? Any experiences I could benefit from ???? HELPPPPPPP, Please...
Arriving 17th May for 9 nights minus a wing man.
Anyone up for a few beers.
Staying in Areca Lodge.
Not a newbie (16th trip)
Free at last, had a nice girl but wanted to fuck fuck and fuck around! Intend to kick the arse out of it this time!
Are there any meets for fellow PAs.?
Was at Areca last April. Hotel is extending at the back by the Evergreen building. Anyone know if it's completed yet.
I'm bringing $3,000 for spending for 6 days of fun. My plan is to spend 2 days in bkk and 4 days in patts, any suggestions on specific things or places to do or go?
Pattaya has been on my list of places I need to go ASAP. That being said I'm a 32 year old guy I have never been to Thailand before however before I schedule a trip of a lifetime does anyone have any suggestions on what to tell the wife I'm doing for a week of debauchery? PLEASE help.
Well I have a blog here it seems! Cool. This will probably be more like notes-to-self than anything else. We'll see.
So I made a trip to Pattaya this afternoon. What was the best thing that happened? Hm. Definitely the 6-incher I got to taste with all spices. (There's a Subway on 2nd Rd not far from North Pattaya Rd.)
Well let's start from the beginning. I wanted to see a massage lady again at [b]Blue Massage on Soi 3[/b] but she obviously "went back home" and is not working there anymore. Next time I'll call her myself and ask if she's still around. But anyway I needed a new plan. I walked up to [b]Soi 6[/b] and all the way down to the beach. I didn't see anyone really interesting. (maybe I walked too fast?) A new plan again. I actually had plans to go for a massage so I raised the budget and headed back to 2nd Rd to [b]Sabai Dee Body Massage[/b]. By the way, it was packed when I left after 4pm but very quiet around one hour earlier.
Two prices, 2000 and 2400. Not like I really care, but I chose a lady who looked nice and who actually seemed interested in me. 2400 + 200 for two drinks. Nothing really wrong with the service but ... it's a long story. She's clearly a pro but she doesn't have a boyfriend. Being her boyfriend would come with benefits though so I got her number. ปุ้ย 26 maybe next time I'll call her instead?
With some new ideas in my head I paid a quick visit to [b]Subway[/b] before returning home. No, I didn't actually go back home. I went back to work but I'm already planning my next trip to Pattaya.
I will be coming to Pattaya soon for a 3 month stay and was wondering what the best way to avoid paying all the bank charges that come with lifting your money from an atm with a UK account. I will only have a holiday visa and am led to believe that i can not open a thai bank account without a work permit, any advice would be appreciated