Auszug aus dem Video-Interview zwischen dem Abgeordneten Jewgeni Alexejewitsch Fjodorow und Hans-Joachim Müller aus 2020, also nur wenige Wochen alt.
(Jewgeni Alexejewitsch Fjodorow (russisch Евгений Алексеевич Фёдоров; * 11. Mai 1963 in Leningrad, Russische SFSR, Sowjetunion) ist ein russischer Politiker, Abgeordneter der Staatsduma der Föderalen Versammlung der Russischen Föderation (1993–1996, 2003 bis jetzt), Mitglied des Staatsduma-Ausschusses für Haushalt und Steuern, Mitglied des zentralen politischen Rates der Partei Einiges Russland, wirklicher Staatsrat der Russischen Föderation, Kandidat der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Koordinator der Organisation Nationale Befreiungsbewegung.)
Unsere gemeinsame Aufgabe als Volk ist damit klar. Wir brauchen für "Deutschland" eine eigene Administration, eine eigene Übergangsregierung, die vom Volke ausgeht und keine Neuauflage einer Okkupationsverwaltung Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Die Alliierten brauchen einen Ansprechpartner für die Regelungen der Zukunft und zur Erledigung der geschichtlichen Ereignisse.
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The Obamagate scandal refers to several scandals during President Barack Obama tenure, notably the misuse of government agencies, Uranium One bribery scandal, media manipulation, illegal wiretaping, and domestic spying on American citizens to harass political opponents and critics.
In 1835, the Three Witnesses were asked by Smith to select the original twelve members of the church's Quorum of the Twelve. They announced their choices at a meeting on February 14, 1835. The Three Witnesses also ordained the twelve chosen men to the priesthood office of apostle by the laying on of hands, with the ordinations taking place between February and April 1835.
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Eine Swastika (auch Svastika, Suastika; von Sanskrit m. स्वस्तिक svastika ‚Glücksbringer‘) ist ein Kreuz mit vier etwa gleich langen, einheitlich abgewinkelten Armen. Sie können nach rechts oder links zeigen, recht-, spitz-, flachwinkelig oder rundgebogen und mit Kreisen, Linien, Spiralen, Punkten oder sonstigen Ornamenten verbunden sein. Solche Zeichen, das älteste von etwa 10.000 v. Chr
It also stars Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner, Blake Lively, Titus Welliver, Pete Postlethwaite, and Chris Cooper, and follows a group of Boston bank robbers who set out to get one final score by robbing Fenway Park.Plot
Four lifelong friends from the Boston neighborhood of Charlestown, Douglas "Doug" MacRay, James "Jem" Coughlin, Albert "Gloansy" MacGloan, and Desmond "Dez" Elden, rob a bank. They take the manager, Claire Keesey, hostage, but release her unharmed. When they find out Claire lives in their neighborhood, Doug begins to follow her to find out how much she has told the police, and to make sure that Jem does not eliminate her as a witness. Soon a romance grows between them, which Doug hides from the gang. As they grow closer, Doug tells Claire of his search for his long-lost mother, who he believes went to live with his aunt in Tangerine, Florida. He also recounts his chance to be a professional hockey player which he threw away for a life of crime, following in his father's footsteps. She in turn tells Doug that she saw a tattoo on one of the robbers, and he realizes that she can identify Jem and send them all to prison. He knows that Jem will kill her if he discovers the truth, so in order to discourage her, he advises her to tell the police, and tells her that the authorities will then put her in witness protection and send her to live in another state. His plan works, and she decides not to tell the police.
After Claire tells Doug about being harassed and her car vandalized by Alex, a local Dominican thug, Doug enlists Jem for a favor, which they can never talk about. Doug and Jem don hockey masks and violently assault the offenders without Jem knowing the true reason for the favor is to protect Claire.
FBI Agent Adam Frawley surveils the gang and recognizes their ties to local crime lord Fergus "Fergie" Colm, who has another robbery planned for them. During a visit to his father Stephen in prison, Doug reveals his plans to leave Boston and go to Florida. The gang's next robbery in the North End goes awry, and the gang barely escapes. The gang is interrogated by Frawley, but he fails to get any confessions and is forced to release them. During the interrogation, Doug lets slip the barbeque the FBI surveilled them at was an act to bait them; the crew already knew they were under FBI surveillance by the type of antenna mounted on the rear windshield of unmarked police vehicles used for police radios. (FBI uses a matte black antenna; Massachusetts State Police uses a pig-tail style; Boston Police uses either style. FBI would be the logical choice since they have legal jurisdiction on bank robberies.) Doug asks Claire if she will go away with him, and she agrees. When Frawley learns that Claire quit her job, he wiretaps her phone, and threatens to prosecute her as an accomplice after realizing that she is seeing Doug. Shocked to discover that her lover was one of her assailants, she is forced to cooperate with the FBI and breaks up with Doug. Meanwhile, Fergie and Jem are pressuring Doug about the next heist, but Doug is determined to get out. Fergie threatens to kill Claire if Doug does not go through with the job, and reveals to Doug how he controlled his father by making his mother an addict, which led to her suicide. Doug gives in but swears that he will kill Fergie if anything happens to Claire.
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Terminator: Dark Fate is an upcoming American science fiction action film directed by Tim Miller, with a screenplay by David Goyer, Justin Rhodes and Billy Ray from a story by James Cameron, Charles Eglee, Josh Friedman, Goyer and Rhodes