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Abu Camp in Botswana?? No longer riding but offers walks and interactions... still not okay right? Even though they do release back into the wild when possible? cost of abortion in south africa
Ai - the quest for Africa to remain poor has soooooo much energy
The Chinese students haven't had much appetite for protest since Tiananmen square. It obviously works. Pandering to young people devoid of common sense and whose only response to problems is violence and destruction doesn't. cost of abortion
Instead of demanding and threatening others Seabe, why not sit down calmly and get your fellow students who are "learning" economics to explain the content and impact of yesterday's interim budget? There is no money left, the anc has stolen the lot and bankrupted our nation through their incompetent administration and self serving enrichment. The taxpayers are also bled dry and are gatvol of sponsoring never ending handouts, freebies and corruption. Destroying the establishment, threatening life and limb of others and abusing their rights is also not on - do grow up and challenge the anc in their own kraal!
That's par for the course, the failed ones trying to pull everyone else down with them. At least they'll be popular with Zuma, who doesn't like clever blacks, or clever anyone for that matter.
These are absolutely wonderful images, thank you for sharing!
thanks for sharing these photo's with us, they are really good
its too bad the lemur has to dance because his forest habitat has been taken away.
What fun on a Friday!
Is it easier to race French Bulldogs? (just wondering)
in south africa Racing pugs? Try racing French Bulldogs
If you follow the sequence of events, the government only called a snap election because and when the Catalan leader declared independence and not because of the October 1st, Catalonia only, election, which was declared unconstitutional by the Spanish high court.
I agree. But then would the government have agreed to call an election unless the Catalans would not have called an unofficial one on October 1st? 😉
Catalonia only enjoyed a degree of auto-government, but the absolute government in Spain is Madrid.
He and the CATALONIA authorities were and are on the LAW, right side Where democracy reign incarceration does not exist, nor a Spanish junta enforce illegal conditions and police trample on free population exercising their rights
Given Spain’s history of using violence to suppress internal dissent, Rajoy now is trying to gain control via an election. After failing to totally suppress the 1st October referendum, via police brutality (and after the Catalan head police, refused to comply to Madrid), the Catalans voted for independence. Puigdemont then undeterred by the election next month called Rajoy's bluff, thinking that Madrid would gain control over the situation. Now the only issue would be to determine if a free and unsuppressed elections would take place. As Stalin once wrote, it is not who votes that count, but who counts the votes! Rest assured of a hefty budget from Madrid to selected parties in Catalonia and the mass media to garnish control in the coming elections.
Could it be that the October 1st election was not an official election held by the only recognised government in Spain?
So, my question is this. If the election on October 1 was deemed to be illegal by d Spanish courts why would d courts now decide that the one due to be held on December 21 should be legal?
Easy to critisise when you are hundred of kilometers away.
I would say anyone, no matter his age, would try to avoid a 30-year incarceration; however, if this 55-year old wanted to avoid incarceration, he should have stayed on the good side of the law.
Maybe that's why last Sunday tens of thousands turned up in Barcelona to celebrate the Madrid government - in other words, Spanish unity.
At first that's what I thought... but then if he is to be a 'free' candidate in the forthcoming election he has no choice but to leave his homeland. While I'm really very sorry to see the beginning of the possible disintegration of Spain, I can understand that some Catalans, like us Maltese, wish to be a sovereign state. The best option in the circumstances, would be more autonomy - with more say in how their GDP is shared with the rest of Spain. This should augur well for renewed friendly ties between Madrid and Barcelona and also continue to foster the ideal of unity in diversity so dear to us all in the EU. A prosperous and happy Iberian peninsula is something all the EU states should work for.
The man is nearly 55 years of age. To seek to avoid a possible 30 year incarceration seems to me totally understandable.
Mr Puigdemont is a cowardly fugitive on the run from Spanish justice begging the EU to save his hide from 30 years' hard labour for sedition.
Accepted the snap election? As if he now has any say in the matter.
The October 1st Catalonia referendum was a shame on the Madrid government when police attacked the people and polling stations. That's what is called democracy in Spain as an EU member country. Shame on you Mariano Rajoy