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Price of Property in Malta?

“The property market is losing all sense of proportion. I know it, you know it and every estate agent on this island knows it.” This was the first line of an article in The Independent in 2005. They pointed out that in 1985 an apartment with 3 bedrooms in St Julians was sold for about 13000 Lm (30000 Euro) equivalent to 8 times annual minimum wage. The article also pointed out that the crazy property market now (in 2005) are seeing the same properties sold for 60000 to 70000 Lm (140000 to 165000 Euro) or 22 times the annual minimum wage.
 
What about now? IS the market less crazy? The same property in St Julians is today priced between 380000 and 600000 Euro or 34 to 54 times the annual minimum wage. A Danish proverb says that; “The trees does not grow into heaven”, or said more direct, there is an upper limit to everything. The question is; when will this 30 years property bull market end?
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Danish consumer association Tænk used outdated method to test sunscreen products

As reported by swiss sunscreen, the danish consumer association Tænk (Think) used an outdated method to test sunscreen products. This have resulted in a wrong and even misguided review of a number of sunscreen products on the danish market.Especially a number of Organic products where misrepresented by the publisher.

The organisation Tænk is a private entity existing on income from advertisement and sales of magazines, even thou it often try to give the impression that its an almost government acknowledged entity.

Politiet har brugt svarende til 238 sygeplejeskelønninger på at beskytte Paludan i år

Hvad skaber mest værdi?

Det har kostet politiet adskillige millioner at beskytte lederen af partiet Stram Kurs, Rasmus Paludan, i år – og særligt under den fire uger lange valgkamp.

Det viser to aktindsigter, som DR Nyheder har fået.

Fra 1. januar til valgdagen 5. juni 2019 har politiet brugt 100 millioner kroner på at sikre, at Rasmus Paudan har kunnet demonstrere og deltage i arrangementer rundt om i landet.

– Udgifterne omfatter ressourcer til arrangementer og demonstrationer vedrørende partiet Stram Kurs samt den øvrige landsdækkende politimæssige indsats i forbindelse med folketingsvalget, oplyser Rigspolitiet.

En væsentlig del af omkostningerne vedrører partiet Stram Kurs, skriver Rigspolitiet.

Omkring 78 millioner kroner er gået til løn, 21 millioner er gået til det, politiet betegner som særlige ydelser, og cirka to millioner kroner er gået til indkvartering og forplejning af politifolk.

Dertil kommer udgifter til det overarbejde, som politibetjentene har oparbejdet, og det er en del, står der i aktindsigten. Det skønnes at løbe op i 30-45 millioner kroner.

Danes are the most gullible people in the world

Denmark the small kingdom in north Europe. Known for being the home for H.C. Andersen, birth place of LEGO, Carlsberg and LURPAK. However according to Transparency International its also the least corrupt country in the world, follow by New Zealand and the 3 brother nations in the north Finland, Sweden and Norway. But how does Transparency International measure this?

URNews24 asked Coralie Pring the Research Coordinator on the Survey and got this answer:

“With regards to the Global Corruption Barometer, this is a public opinion survey of the general public in countries around the world. The results of Denmark in the GCB, are therefore based on what the public thinks, knows, and has experienced about corruption in the country.”

So what does this mean? Well it means that 2/3 of the result of the survey as based on what the Danes knows and think! It has nothing to do with audit or research of whats going on behind closed doors are Christiansborg the danish parlament or other parts of the public administration. So basically this high score is based on how gullible the danes are and how good the government of Denmark are hiding the dirty laundry.

 

 

 

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Danish politicians demands porkmeat served in public daycare.

The city councel in the town of Randers amended a new local statute regarding food served for the children in the public daycare. To promote the danish way of living the daycare institutions in the town of Randers must serve porkmeat to the children. The statute has been pushed for by councel members from Danish Peoples Party who has been looking for oppertunities to emphasise Danishness and also to promote their anti emmigration viewpoints.

Randers is a town in the farm area of Denmark and many danes view the Ranhusianere, the people from Randers, as hillbillies. Its also in these areas that Danish Peoples Party have most supporters. A bit like the KKK have in the USA.

Something rotten in Denmark?

Corruption? or Corruption! To be or not to be that is the question.
The former Finance Minister and MP, Bjarne Corydon has left danish politics to be a consultant with McKinsey an international consultancy company. That itself does not cause any alarm. However less that a year ago the Ministry of Finance under the supervision of Mr. Corydon paid McKinsey more than 300 mio DKK (40.3 mio €).

No wonder danish MPs are asking questions. Denmark are one of the few countries that do not enforce a “cool off” period on politicians. The reason might be that Denmark is one of the very few countries where politicians dont become corrupt.

Looking at the Global Corruption Barometer by Transparency International, Denmark is one of the least corrupt countries in the world. But how is that actually measured? URNews24 asked Coralie Pring, Research Coordinator at Transparancy International and got this answer:

“With regards to the Global Corruption Barometer, this is a public opinion survey of the general public in countries around the world. The results of Denmark in the GCB, are therefore based on what the public thinks, knows, and has experienced about corruption in the country.”

You might be confused. The high score on the GCB survey has nothing to do with facts but is solely based on what the people in Denmark believe and think about the government and the MPs ruling the country. So maybe we should ask the people of in Denmark:

To be or not to be… Corrupt.

 

 

 

Swedish courts do now follow EU rules regarding translation of judgements

 

 

 

Kammarrätten court in Stockholm has denied a EU citizen from another EU country the right to have his judgement translated into his language. Sweden say they follow guidelines from ECHR. However Article 6. clearly states that a fair trial include the acused understanding what the case is about and being able to understand the judgement and how to appel a decision made by the court.

The Swedish court do not seem to care about this provision.  Judge Lagmannen Magnus Ekman from Kammarrätten in Stockholm believe than all people should understand Swedish. At least he has declined translating swedish court decission into the language requested by the defendent.

It seems to be a general trend in Sweden to not follow EU laws and regulation. A number of cases the last few years have shown that Sweden is depriving justince in their courts more than ever before. Is this the end of the rightous Sweden that is promoted around the world. Home of the Nobel peace prize!

City sues 2 South L.A. property owners in an effort to curb gang violence

Frustrated by rising gang violence at two South Los Angeles residential complexes, the city of Los Angeles has filed lawsuits to force the property owners to take steps to deter criminal behavior.

City Atty. Mike Feuer has filed a pair of nuisance abatement lawsuits against the owners of a 36-unit…

Tuesday’s Morning Email: Turkey Shot Down Russian Military Plane

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TURKEY SHOT DOWN A RUSSIAN MILITARY PLANE NEAR SYRIAN BORDER “Turkish fighter jets shot down a Russian-made warplane near the Syrian border on Tuesday after repeatedly warning it over airspace violations, Turkish officials said, but Moscow said it could prove the jet had not left Syrian airspace.” [Reuters]

ANALYSTS ALLEGE CENTCOM LEADERSHIP TRIED TO COVER UP ISIS INTELLIGENCE MANIPULATION Analysts have accused “senior intelligence officials at Centcom, Maj. Gen. Steven Grove and his civilian deputy, Gregory Ryckman, of deleting emails and files from computer systems before the inspector general could examine them,” according to the Daily Beast. [Daily Beast]

SUICIDE VEST FOUND IN PARIS The explosive vest was found near the site of a cell phone believed to have been used in the attacks. [AP]

LOCKDOWN IN PARIS THE NEW NORMAL “All over France, from Toulouse in the south to Paris and beyond, the police have been breaking down doors, conducting searches without warrants, aggressively questioning residents, hauling suspects to police stations and putting others under house arrest.” [NYT]

FORD RECALLS HALF A MILLION CARS If you drive a 2010 or 2011 model of Ford Fusions and Mercury Milans, you should get the fuel tank checked out. [CNN]

THE COAL THAT RUNS ELECTRIC CARS Not as clean-energy as you think. [WaPo]

‘CLOCK KID’ AHMED MOHAMED SUING FOR $15 MILLION He also wants an apology from his former school district after he was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school. [Nadya Agrawal, HuffPost]

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WHAT’S BREWING

IS THAT BLACK FRIDAY DEAL AS GOOD AS IT SEEMS? Taking a look at the “tricky math” of the season of deals. [WSJ]

OF COURSE ADELE’S RECORD SALES ARE INSANE She’s sold 2.3 million albums … in three days. [AP]

PRESIDENT OBAMA SAYS HE WON’T DYE HIS HAIR And promptly throws his fellow world leaders under the bus for doing so. [HuffPost]

RIHANNA DROPS SOME ALBUM NEWS The drought may soon be over. [HuffPost]

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT THAT JON SNOW POSTER Is he or isn’t he? [HuffPost]

TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE NEW YORK TIMES’ TOP COMMENTATORS From stay-at-home moms to consultants and engineers. [NYT]

WHAT COCA-COLA’S NEW MINI-CANS MEAN FOR ‘THE SODA BUSINESS’ “What’s significant about a Coke executive calling little cans and bottles — in other words, less soda — ‘a core part of our strategy’ is the acknowledgement that the American market for soda indeed is getting smaller.” [Buzzfeed]

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REDIRECTING MEDICAID TO THE HOMELESS “Communities with big homeless populations are increasingly turning to a strategy known as housing first. The idea: helping chronically homeless people to find a permanent home – and stay in it – is the best way to help them lead stable, healthy lives.” [Stateline]

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~ A first look at Juliane Hough as Sandy for the “Grease: Live” Jan. 31 production.

~ The best Thanksgiving centerpieces made out of … phone chargers.

~ These women are sewing sweaters for rescued chickens this winter.

~ How to peel a pomegranate without staining all of your clothes.

~ ’90s fans, rejoice — Nickelodean is planning a “Hey, Arnold” TV movie.

~ The Thanksgiving hosting mistakes we are all guilty of.

~ All the meteorologists are wearing the same $22.99 dress.

~ Yes, Obama’s “Amazing Grace” is making an appearance on Coldplay’s album.

~ We are a bit disappointed with how poorly we did remembering the first “Friends” episode.

~ We’re with Deadspin — Cam Newton cannot take a bad photo.

~ Yogi Berra, Steven Spielberg among 17 to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom today.

~ Elizabeth Hasselbeck is saying goodbye to Fox News after two years.

~ And life lesson: maybe don’t drink half a bottle of rum while piloting a sea vessel.

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China, Thailand joint air force exercise highlights warming ties

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s military held an air show with China on Tuesday ahead of joint maneuvers in a sign of warming ties, but Thailand said it was not distancing itself from the United States which downgraded their military relationship following a 2014 coup.