Land of hope and glory, Land that once was free,
all the JewBoys praise thee while they plunder thee.
Poorer still and poorer grow the trueborn Sons,
faster still and faster, they're sent to feed the guns.
Land of Jewish finance, fooled by Jewish lies,
In press and books and Movies, while our birthright dies.
by Cpt. Ramsay
There's room at the top they are telling you still,
but first you must learn how to smile as you kill
if you want to be like the folks on the hill.

A working class hero is something to be
A working class hero is something to be.
by John Lennon 1979

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Mubarak -Transfer to German Hospital

Will Hosni Mubarak travel to Germany as a patient as part of a graceful exit strategy for the Egyptian president? Plans for a possible hospital stay here appear to be more concrete than previously believed. SPIEGEL ONLINE has learned that a luxury clinic near Baden-Baden is being favored.

The United States government's scenario for an end to the political chaos in Egypt appears to be this: President Hosni Mubarak travels to Germany for a "prolonged health check" that would offer the 82-year-old a dignified departure. Over the weekend, the New York Times reported that secret talks to that effect were being held between the US government and Egyptian military officials.

According to information obtained by SPIEGEL ONLINE, plans for a possible hospital stay in Germany are far more concrete than had been assumed so far. Talks are already being held with suitable hospitals, particularly with the Max-Grundig-Klinik Bühlerhöhe in the southwestern town of Bühl near Baden-Baden, SPIEGEL ONLINE has learned from sources close to the clinic. The hospital management declined to comment.

The luxury clinic has an excellent reputation, as well as a respected oncology department, and says on its website it offers "first-class medical care" and the "comfort and service of a top hotel." Patients are accommodated in suites up to 200 square meters (2,152 square feet) in size. Former Ukrainian President Vickor Yushchenko and former Russian Economics Minister German Gref have been treated there.............see:
from: Reuter
Switzerland's government moved Friday to freeze any assets in the country's banks that might belong to former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak or his family, the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs said Friday.

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