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can anyone confirm if the entire lot of them have resigned, or is it just a rumour ?

I read the background to this yesterday, but can;t say if true or not. Apparently they have been a German state since WW2 and the country didn;t exsist in law.

lts a question before the screamers start, l don't know either way. l'm hearing stuff about other governments including Italy/Germay/Latvia in chaos, be interesting if true.

For the record, please re-read this before jumping to conclusions, as l only ask !
 

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can anyone confirm if the entire lot of them have resigned, or is it just a rumour ?

I read the background to this yesterday, but can;t say if true or not. Apparently they have been a German state since WW2 and the country didn;t exsist in law.

lts a question before the screamers start, l don't know either way. l'm hearing stuff about other governments including Italy/Germay/Latvia in chaos, be interesting if true.

For the record, please re-read this before jumping to conclusions, as l only ask !
I read yesterday that the governing coalition may break up in response to a very damning report on the way certain aspects of child benefit (or similar) were administered by the tax authorities. I think this means that the leading party would continue to act a caretaker government rather than resigning, as there are elections due in March. I haven;t seen any update to the story.

I think the idea that they are a German state is someone being fanciful or perhaps misunderstanding some aspect of the historical record.

The Christian Democrats in Germany are about to chose a new leader and by implication successor to Merkel as Chancellor, but not aware of any change to the government that could be regarded as chaos (mind you that Wirecard affair was pretty hair-raising). Renzi has taken his small party out of the Italian governing coalition so that will bo doubt destabilise things a bit. My recent reading hasn't extended to Latvia though.
 

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I read yesterday that the governing coalition may break up in response to a very damning report on the way certain aspects of child benefit (or similar) were administered by the tax authorities. I think this means that the leading party would continue to act a caretaker government rather than resigning, as there are elections due in March. I haven;t seen any update to the story.

I think the idea that they are a German state is someone being fanciful or perhaps misunderstanding some aspect of the historical record.

The Christian Democrats in Germany are about to chose a new leader and by implication successor to Merkel as Chancellor, but not aware of any change to the government that could be regarded as chaos (mind you that Wirecard affair was pretty hair-raising). Renzi has taken his small party out of the Italian governing coalition so that will bo doubt destabilise things a bit. My recent reading hasn't extended to Latvia though.
cheers, it wasn't Latvia actually it may be Estonia but don't quote me. I read stuff about Merkel as well as various other countries. l'll get abuse for this but l feel we are seeing corruption via Maritime Law and corporations.
 

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Just saw a video saying the entire Russian government have resigned as well. I can't confirm this either.

I had a message last week to get a spread sheet in for my currency investments in readiness to cash out, (its too good to be true actually but), could i actually be NESARA being implemented. :unsure: 🤪
 
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