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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Earthquake hits Peru

The shake occured in the coastal region near Ica with a magnitude of 6.9 and was felt in Cusco too. Scary stuff. Just read an interview with the Peruvian foreign minister. Made some good reading in my book, although Michael Palominos comment certainly bears some truth. I know some expats here, who run a business  and are harassed by authorities. Also most mayors seem to be kleptocrats and red tape in connection with corruption is widespread. Meanwhile German foreign minister Westerwelle  let us recently know, that he and his husband bought a villa in Mallorca for 1.9 Million Euros.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Need to vent more steam here

When chancellora M. and French  Pres. Sarkozy stick their heads together, German taxpayers know some more of their precious hard earned will be burnt for a country, that will not get his act together, as long it belongs to the eurozone. Thanks to a financial trick called " leverage " we are looking at a trillion  now and Germany guarantees for a large portion of it. Mind-boggling, isn´t it. German politics these days is nothing but appalling. Chancellora M. only tries to keep the financial markets happy, her finance minister Schäuble is a notorious liar, the oppositon is a complete drop out and the parliament is full with lazy dumbfucks, who voted for the euro bailout fund without knowing any details. Read more on the subject here - It is getting more ridiculous. Bureaucrats of the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) went to China and Norway to solicit investments. The Norwegians turned them down right away.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Few things are more entertaining,...

... than a birthday party with peruvian kids and a clown. Talking about unspoiled children, hard to find nowadays in the somewhat screwed up western society.

It is official now...

... seven billion butts are pushing and shoving on Planet Earth (don´t blame me ). Will the latest arrival has parents, which expect him to speak fluid Mandarin Chinese at the tender age of three ? Will he be born in an african refugee camp and never enjoy an halfway pleasant day in his life ? Was he born for the sole purpose, that his single mother wants to obtain some welfare money ? I will never know, why so many people keep reproducing, completely ignoring the circumstances their offspring has to live in.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Glamour twin is in town...

Mick Jagger arrived in Cusco and people are fallen over each other to get a glimpse of him. While i like some of the early " Stones " - stuff, my arousal because of his presence is confined.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

The madness continues...

Actually i didn´t want to pollute my blog with another post featuring chancellora Merkel, also known as "IM Erika" ( that´s right, she was a Stasi mole, read more here ), the weather vane or Miss Energy Pirouette. But her recent annoucement to hand over more billions of peoples hard earned to banks in need winds me up. Germany a democracy ? I would rather call it a party dictatorship, whose government continues to ignore the will of the vast majorty of the people. M. demands more democracy in eastern european countries, but if a member of her own party has a deviating opinion ( not everyone in the CDU is a bootlicker ) she unleahes her bandog R. Pofalla to bring him back in line. Why she acts like that ? Simple. She is under the thumb from "Deutsche Bank" boss J. Ackermann.

Kamikase Bar closed it´s doors

An icon of Cusco's nightlife and well known among travellers from all over the world, it has ceased to operate now. One final beer and that was it.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Nice one. People take it to the streets  adressing the utter insanity inflicted by banksters and speculators. The organisation has my moral support.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Trip to Saylla, located just outside Cusco...

...and famous for a pork dish, called ¨chicharron ¨. Further down the road is Tipon, the guinea-pig capital. Hungry vegetarians should avoid this section.