Hello readers from Germany!

Thanks for visiting!  Drop me a line through my contact form to share your views on the Islamic terrorism that is so deeply affecting Germany, as well as the geopolitical and economic situation under Angela Merkel’s government. I would particularly like to hear about the opinion that people in your neighborhood / community have regarding Merkel’s immigration policies, considering the consequential Islamic terrorist attacks. You are in my prayers.

Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Würzburg, Germany
Würzburg, Germany




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MUNICH on Lockdown: How one of Europe’s major cities has been paralyzed by terrorism

Reading time: +/- 2 minutes that will open your eyes about your life under socialism.

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By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

“We have forgotten that history is fundamentally tragic… the French have to prepare for this threat, to bear in mind that there will probably be more attacks.”Manuel Valls, Prime Minister of France, member of the Socialist Party, following the November 2015 Islamic terrorist attack in Paris.


The words spoken to the press by Manuel Valls, quoted above, are a clear message of what the Euro-Socialists have created in Europe: total chaos.

Today we are reminded of Valls’ depressing socialist message as we watch in horror that a major city like Munich remains under lockdown, as of the time that I write this brief post. Reports out of Germany indicate that 10 people are dead (some of them children)– after a terrorist opened fire at approximately 17:52.
I mourn the lives lost in Nice, Brussels, Paris, Mogadishu, Orlando– and so many other cities and towns, including the ongoing massacres in ISIS-controlled territory. My heart is broken, but my spirit is strong that we will defeat terrorism– if we elect Donald J. Trump, the only leader who has shown a decisive approach to eliminating Islamic terror.

I also see a new strong relationship between the United States and Great Britain– who is now free from the grip of the EU socialists. I believe that the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, will work very well with Donald Trump. In a world held back by globalist compromise, I am confident that Great Britain will reemerge into the world stage as the powerful and independent country it deserves to be– now that the European Union no longer interferes with British policies. This in itself is a major advancement in the fight against terrorism.

I pray for the people of Munich, who cannot even go home to their loved ones tonight, since all transportation has been shut down, as they search for more terrorists. Munich is a city under siege by terrorism on the march. God help us all.

UPDATE: Reports out of Germany indicate that there was one shooter (and not three) and that he killed himself. My impression is that there is a lot more to this story, as is usually the case– and that the German people need to ask A LOT of questions.

Dr. Max Abrahms, assistant professor of political science at Northeastern University, and terrorism expert, spoke to BBC News and expressed his concern over the way in which German authorities handled and communicated today’s tragic event in Munich.

Americans need to carefully observe how the German government and the socialists at the EU handle this. Where are the strict laws and public policies that protect the European people under EU laws? This is after all, the third major attack in Western Europe during the past week.

Someone has to say the truth…

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Russia decides Ukraine’s future

Opera House in Kiev, Ukraine

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

In my commentary titled Ukraine in the Key of G I covered the tragic reality of Ukraine’s future– and the fact that no matter which way it turns, it will have to choose between worse…. and worse.

Ukraine, which finds itself practically defenseless against Russian military intervention, gave up its nuclear arsenal on December 5, 1994 under the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances– a political agreement providing security promises to Ukraine, by its signators (Russia, the United States, United Kingdom, China and France– the latter gave weaker individual assurances in separate documents).

This memorandum led Ukraine to believe that it would have protection in case of threats or use of force against its territorial integrity or political independence. But it appears that the Budapest Memorandum has not done a bit of good for Ukraine– considering its loss of Crimea and the lack of strong and decisive action by the European Union and the United States concerning the Russian-backed separatist chaos in eastern Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin sees this weakness from the West as a window to assert his power and determination– and reportedly said “if I want to, I can take Kiev in two weeks.”  The recipient of this brutal message was José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, according to the newspaper La Repubblica in Italy.

Meanwhile, Germany’s Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is described as being infuriata con Putin (furious with Putin)– but apparently not furious enough to take a strong stand against him.  She is not alone. The European Union is too afraid to rock the boat– given its strong economic ties with Russia.

The following entry retweeted by Ukraine’s Ambassador-at-Large, Olexander Scherba, describes the EU’s disastrous reaction to the Ukrainian crisis:

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By the way, Ben Judah, whose Twitter entry appears above as Scherba’s retweet, writes for OpenDemocracy– a website supported by the likes of the Ford Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation– who are notorious for their support of population control.  If I were Scherba I would be retweeting and quoting someone else. Unfortunately, traditional values and vetting journalists are not priorities at this point for Ukrainian spokespersons, who are desperately seeking to draw attention to the Ukrainian crisis.

Ambassador Scherba laments how Ukraine is being punished for wanting to be part of the European Union, against Russia’s wishes– and how the EU is turning its back on Ukraine. Scherba has stated that the Ukrainian military forces are running out of weapons and are in need of aircraft.

Ukraine was afraid to be part of NATO under President Viktor Yanukovych– so as not to offend Russia’s sensitivities, when Yanukovych aspired to major economic benefits from Russia.

Now Ukraine wants to be a member of NATO– but NATO is not interested– particularly because extending the alliance into Eurasia is considered a geopolitical threat to the economic interests of the United States, the most powerful member.

It looks like the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroschenko, has accepted the fate of his country by not forcefully objecting to Vladimir Putin’s “cease fire regime” proposal. This puts Russia in control of the terms for eastern Ukraine.

How tragic. European socialism is at work– while Russian communism resurfaces through its expansionist agenda.

Will Ukraine ultimately choose neutrality during this “new” Cold War– as Austria and Finland did during the “old” Cold War?

Do you really think the Cold War ever ended?

I don’t.

Someone has to say the truth… (please share it).

… time to read Ukraine in the Key of G.


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