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Assault defense :)
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Tega so gotovo najstrožje kaznovali, kajti z orožjem na nič hudega sluteče barabe se vendar ne sme.
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Mislim, da moramo ustanoviti nek sklad ali pa organizirati koncert za našo vojsko. Strelci pa bi zbrali prostovoljne prispevke recimo vsak 1 škatlo patronov.

http://www.slovenskenovice.si/novice/slo...e-streliva

Obstaja pa še ena možnost - tko en pošten deal: donatorjem naj organizirajo "dan odprtih vrat" v magacine z možnostjo izbire enega kosa po želji - seveda plačamo po nabavni ceni. S tem bi bili lahko na razpolago kot "rezervni sastav" in dobili plačano stalno (profesorsko) pripravljenost 24/7, ker to so resnejše stvari kot indexi, pa tudi "neprijatelj nikad ne spava" . Mislim, da bi bilo to pošteno.
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Captain Higgins evo sem 'šeral' ........., ko sem se nehal krohotat LOL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoJizBrXR08
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http://www.slovenskenovice.si/novice/sve...uzni-jahti
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In medtem ko so spali so že skozi Gibraltar :)...
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To so že vse šipci naštudiral , ko je tam  ena piramidna shema sesula celo državo so jo takole mahnili v Italijo ,pa so jih Italjani hitro nazaj  deportiral.


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Beat that

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Dogovor EU - GB
Zanima me, kaj pomeni tisto o "federalističnem projektu vse bolj povezane EU" ? Je to spet kaj novega ?

Siol.net
Podrobnosti dogovora za zdaj uradno niso znane. Po neuradnih informacijah britanskih medijev so se dogovorili:
- za omejitev socialnih pravic nebritanskim delavcem na Otoku za sedem let.
- Veliki Britaniji nikoli ne bo treba finančno reševati držav iz evroobmočja.
- EU ne bo diskriminirala britanskih podjetih, ker niso v evroobmočju.
- VB bo dobila več pooblastil za preprečitev vstopa kriminalcem v državo in za njihovo deportacijo.
- VB ne bo del federalističnega projekta vse bolj povezane EU.
- VB lahko sprejme ukrepe za zaščito londonskega Cityja - posebnega območja z lastnimi (davčnimi) pravili.


Vir: http://www.siol.net/novice/svet/2016/02/...anija.aspx
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Mogoče TTIP?
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Ne to je to kar poteka pospešeno v zadnjem času pa se vodilni izogibajo taki formulaciji, uradno gre za povezovanje, optimiranje, konsolidiranje, iskanje sinergij. Tokrat se je pa tudi novinarju zapisalo, da gre v resnici za povsem politično federalizacijo evrope kateri cilj je močna evrobirokracija in odsotnost nacionalnih držav, evro pa je bil zgolj eno od sredstev tega dolgoročnega cilja iz poznih 70ih oz. mokrih sanj evropskih elit iz ozadja.
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Me prav zanima kako se bo tale referendum iztekel... sem z kar nekaj angleži dnevno v stiku in še nisem slišal da bi kdo nasprotoval odcepitvi, res pa je da gre za skupino s podobnimi interesi in so tudi mnenja temu podobna.
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GB po vsem tem sploh ne potrebuje referenduma.
V bistvu je ugodeno vsem zahtevam Faragea, za katere se je v govorih zavzemal. Uspelo jim je in kapo dol !
Ko prebereš dobro po vseh točkah, kaj so si Angleži izborili, potem vidiš, kako ogromno smo mi izgubili.

Me je pa presenetil - čeprav je slučaj (recimo), da se je na tem meetingu voditeljev držav EU, Merklova pojavila v suknjiču rjave barve - ravno taki, kot je bila barva Hitlerjevega suknjiča (v filmu Propad) ob njegovem koncu.

Mislim, da se angleška kraljica (kraljestvo) ne bo klanjala neki Fritzovi frau.
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Šokantno. LOL  http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2016/...story.html

To je ziher kaka komunajzerska propaganda. Drool

The media are misleading the public on Syria


Citat:
Coverage of the Syrian war will be remembered as one of the most shameful episodes in the history of the American press. Reporting about carnage in the ancient city of Aleppo is the latest reason why.
For three years, violent militants have run Aleppo. Their rule began with a wave of repression. They posted notices warning residents: “Don’t send your children to school. If you do, we will get the backpack and you will get the coffin.” Then they destroyed factories, hoping that unemployed workers would have no recourse other than to become fighters. They trucked looted machinery to Turkey and sold it.
 
This month, people in Aleppo have finally seen glimmers of hope. The Syrian army and its allies have been pushing militants out of the city. Last week they reclaimed the main power plant. Regular electricity may soon be restored. The militants’ hold on the city could be ending.
Militants, true to form, are wreaking havoc as they are pushed out of the city by Russian and Syrian Army forces. “Turkish-Saudi backed ‘moderate rebels’ showered the residential neighborhoods of Aleppo with unguided rockets and gas jars,” one Aleppo resident wrote on social media. The Beirut-based analyst Marwa Osma asked, “The Syrian Arab Army, which is led by President Bashar Assad, is the only force on the ground, along with their allies, who are fighting ISIS — so you want to weaken the only system that is fighting ISIS?”
This does not fit with Washington’s narrative. As a result, much of the American press is reporting the opposite of what is actually happening. Many news reports suggest that Aleppo has been a “liberated zone” for three years but is now being pulled back into misery.


Americans are being told that the virtuous course in Syria is to fight the Assad regime and its Russian and Iranian partners. We are supposed to hope that a righteous coalition of Americans, Turks, Saudis, Kurds, and the “moderate opposition” will win.
This is convoluted nonsense, but Americans cannot be blamed for believing it. We have almost no real information about the combatants, their goals, or their tactics. Much blame for this lies with our media.
Under intense financial pressure, most American newspapers, magazines, and broadcast networks have drastically reduced their corps of foreign correspondents. Much important news about the world now comes from reporters based in Washington. In that environment, access and credibility depend on acceptance of official paradigms. Reporters who cover Syria check with the Pentagon, the State Department, the White House, and think tank “experts.” After a spin on that soiled carousel, they feel they have covered all sides of the story. This form of stenography produces the pabulum that passes for news about Syria.
Astonishingly brave correspondents in the war zone, including Americans, seek to counteract Washington-based reporting. At great risk to their own safety, these reporters are pushing to find the truth about the Syrian war. Their reporting often illuminates the darkness of groupthink. Yet for many consumers of news, their voices are lost in the cacophony. Reporting from the ground is often overwhelmed by the Washington consensus.
Washington-based reporters tell us that one potent force in Syria, al-Nusra, is made up of “rebels” or “moderates,” not that it is the local al-Qaeda franchise. Saudi Arabia is portrayed as aiding freedom fighters when in fact it is a prime sponsor of ISIS. Turkey has for years been running a “rat line” for foreign fighters wanting to join terror groups in Syria, but because the United States wants to stay on Turkey’s good side, we hear little about it. Nor are we often reminded that although we want to support the secular and battle-hardened Kurds, Turkey wants to kill them. Everything Russia and Iran do in Syria is described as negative and destabilizing, simply because it is they who are doing it — and because that is the official line in Washington.
Inevitably, this kind of disinformation has bled into the American presidential campaign. At the recent debate in Milwaukee, Hillary Clinton claimed that United Nations peace efforts in Syria were based on “an agreement I negotiated in June of 2012 in Geneva.” The precise opposite is true. In 2012 Secretary of State Clinton joined Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Israel in a successful effort to kill Kofi Annan’s UN peace plan because it would have accommodated Iran and kept Assad in power, at least temporarily. No one on the Milwaukee stage knew enough to challenge her.
Politicians may be forgiven for distorting their past actions. Governments may also be excused for promoting whatever narrative they believe best suits them. Journalism, however, is supposed to remain apart from the power elite and its inbred mendacity. In this crisis it has failed miserably.
Americans are said to be ignorant of the world. We are, but so are people in other countries. If people in Bhutan or Bolivia misunderstand Syria, however, that has no real effect. Our ignorance is more dangerous, because we act on it. The United States has the power to decree the death of nations. It can do so with popular support because many Americans — and many journalists — are content with the official story. In Syria, it is: “Fight Assad, Russia, and Iran! Join with our Turkish, Saudi, and Kurdish friends to support peace!” This is appallingly distant from reality. It is also likely to prolong the war and condemn more Syrians to suffering and death.
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Dosegli so kar so "dosegli" kot zadnjo trohico upanja da bi GB ostala v EU... Moč nasprotnikov ostanka se kaže ravno v tem kar so dosegli... vprašanje pa je koliko že odločenih bodo uspeli prepričati.. bore malo če mene vprašaš.
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www.sdpolicist.com | Proarmis d.o.o. Trgovina za strelce in lovce
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http://policija.si/images/stories/Zaposl...merila.doc


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Daleč smo prišli... avtomehaniki bodo ljudi varovali.. (verjetno itak bolj usposobljeni kot vojska in policija)... daleč smo prišli!! Mogoče bi pa morali strelci svoje usluge ponudit? Za malo pozitivnega piara? http://www.rtvslo.si/slovenija/zaskrblje...nce/386663
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