Sunday, 1 December 2013

EXPOSED -Illuminati control the rainbows

“After chemtrails the evil Illuminati (bankers, politicians, rappers, alien, and reptiles) take over our RAINBOWS” – who will stop them?
 
It all started with the song “(Somewhere) over the rainbow”. On the 7th of October 1938 the Illuminati princess Judy Garland recorded this song on the Illuminati MGM soundstages and it was one of the most successful songs in the music history and appeared in the Illuminati movie “The Wizard of OZ”, a truly satanic film with thousands of proves for a New World Order (NWO) and Satanism. 7th of October 1938… doesn’t it say it all? Just add 7+10+1+9+3+8 and you get 38. See? If you just add 628 … what do you get? Exactly: 666. Satan is everywhere.

…And one of Lucifer’s helpers is the all-evil frog, an amphibian, which only differs from reptiles (ohoh!) in that they lack scales and return to water to breed. Otherwise they are like reptilians… and they are poisonous…ok… some of them at least.
Now take a look at the rainbow colors. First we pick YELLOW. This rainbow color is made of the poison of Dendrobates leucomelas (the yellow banded poison dart frog), which is secreted from their skin. Second: RED. This is made from the red-backed poison frog (Ranitomeya reticulate). Third: BLUE. And of course another frog: the blue poison frog. Now mix these three toxins with Agent ORANGE (another ohohoh!), African VIOLETs and the venom of the Eastern INDIGO Snake. Wow. Now add GREEN potatoes and to strengthen the “RED” just add the blood of an Executive of the Illuminati organization “Red Cross” and some red food dye… and the satanic mixture is ready. (OK, sometimes they add a little bit of blue-green algae).
Now we come to the Illuminati signs: In some places (for example “the Earth”) the rainbow represents “Peace-movements” and/or Gay and Lesbian communities. Isn’t it the most amazing distraction? And don’t forget Hopsin’s “Nocturnal Rainbow”… See? Rapper, instruments of the Illuminati, and on top of it: nocturnal… what a satanic word.
But we exposed the Illuminati, who made one huge mistake: They told children and adults that at the end of a rainbow you will find a treasure. But Mr. Rothschild was of course too stingy to put some of his money there. With our intensive research we found out that there is no treasure whatsoever! OK… Elvira W├╝ppelmann once found an old shoe at the end of a rainbow, but we believe that this does not count.
Next time we will educate you about “Satan and banana peel”.
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Sunday, 21 July 2013

ABOUT TAM AIRLINES and TAM supervisor Eduarda in Curitiba

About TAM – Brasilian Airlines and TAM supervisor Eduarda in Curitiba

This is mainly a big compliment to TAM, Brasilian airlines, still a member of Star Alliance. But middle of July, due to the new joint venture/new company with LAN (which changes LAN and TAM into LATAM or LANTAM or TAMDERAMTAMTAM, like a Samba drum), they will leave the Star Alliance to join the One World Alliance, which is like relegating themselves from the Premier League into the 2nd division. But I am sure the big guys at LAN and TAM will earn themselves a huge bonus, which is common all over the world, but maybe a little bit bigger in Brasil. But this is a different story.

I flew TAM on the following connections:
Porto Alegre – Florianopolis, Florianopolis – Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo – Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro – Salvador da Bahia, Salvador da Bahia – Brasilia, Brasilia – Manaus, Lima – Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo – Foz da Iguacu, Foz da Iguacu – Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo – Curitiba (here we will have a big criticism coming up, but just the only one), Curitiba – Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro – Belem, Manaus – Brasilia, Brasilia – Vitoria, Vitoria – Rio de Janeiro.

First of all, the staff was very kind and friendly (hello Ryan Air), except in Curitiba, but more about this later, although most of them struggled a little bit with the English language, because Brasilian generally don’t understand why not the whole world speaks Portuguese.  (As mentioned before in a different article, their Portuguese sounds a bit like a drunken Russian puts two tampons up his nostrils and speaks backwards.) But they did their best, because this silly foreigner could not say much more than bom dia (pronounced “Bong ghia”, like in Carman Ghia) or boa tarde (pronounced “Taji”, like in Fuji) and Obrigado 
(pronounced Brigaaaaaaaaaado, although the o at the end turns more into an u, but the female version of “thank you” would be Brigaaaaaaaada anyway,athough the a at the end turns more into an u.

All my flights were booked through Expedia.de and I never had any problems with the check-in. My luggage was constantly overweight, but they always smiled and did not charge me extra (except, of course, in Curitiba). And my hand luggage, because of all the camera equipment, was even heavier, but Brasilians have no problems to take even 17 handbags on a flight.
When the staff found out, that I have some disabilities, they always took special care of me and boarded me first. Special care means “special care” and not what Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryan Air, promised business class passengers on forthcoming transatlantic flights that blow-jobs will be included. Occasionally TAM even let me into their Premier lounge which is normally reserved for big guys or guys from TAMDERAMTAMTAM. Only one (1) of the above mentioned flights was delayed… and just 30 minutes. Otherwise we were always on time and my luggage was never lost (hello Alitalia).

OK, being friendly to staff helps (hello Brasilians). It’s a wonderful experience for TAM personal not being abused or shouted at. PS: at this stage I should mention, that GOL or Azul are good airlines as well, but TAM has a little bit more.

So, what was wrong in Curitiba? First of all, none of the check-in staff could speak English, although one guy tried it, but gave up after “Hello”. Then they insisted that I have to pay for my overweight luggage. When mentioned to them that I never had to pay on any other TAM flights and even when I showed them my special Star alliance card (and a golden card from a London video store, because they could not speak English, I thought this card might impress them) they insisted and said “No, this is Curitiba”. I thanked them very much for the incredible information, which confirmed just the town I was in and asked for the supervisor. There she was: Eduarda, who behaved more like Eduardo. I was so surprised, that even the supervisor Eduarda/o could not speak English. All she said with a smile like recovering from a hangover after a three-day-party “help me, help me, help me”. Now I got even more confused, because I was under the impression that she was there to help me. So, I gave up and then they told me that I had to go, or better said limp to a counter, approximately 10 miles or so away, where I had to pay my 35 $ overweight penalty, because Eduarda/o showed no mercy… but then again who would with this incredible hangover? So I limped to the “sin bin”, waited 30 minutes in a long line, before I was generously allowed to pay the penalty. Although arriving three hours before departure at the airport, I nearly missed my flight.
After all these good experiences which I had with TAM, Curitiba killed it nearly all. But I honestly believe now that I should be fair and I have to accept, that Curitiba is probably the TAM sin bin. I guess, TAM has a competition every year regarding friendliness, kindness, and professionalism and the losers are sent to Curitiba – as a penalty – to work there. Of course not to improve, but as hopeless candidates who will never make it back into the real TAM world. On a TAM monopoly game version, Curitiba stands for “jail”.

Oh, Eduarda/o, I am so scared of you. If I meet you again one day, you will take revenge by screaming “help me, help me. Help me”.

To all the football fans who will come to the World Cup in Brasil in Summer 2014: I can only hope your team does not have to play in Curitiba, although it is not fair to the city. Curitiba is nice and has a lot to offer. Just do not use TAM when leaving this lovely city unless you are a masochist who loves the encounter with the TAM people there and of course the supervisor Eduarda.


 Dirk van Appeldorn

Saturday, 20 July 2013


DRIVING IN LIMA

When you have travelled the world you think you know it all. But lots of surprises are still waiting for you. Of course it is impossible to beat the Portuguese when it comes to the table of the worst drivers in the world… but that´s before you go to Peru!
Not only do the Peruvians drive careless and concentrate more on the beeping than the driving, but if you are a pedestrian, you are already close to death. If you see a big enough gap to cross the street, please cross the street. Please! Listen to me! But if you are at the traffic lights and are stupid enough to wait for the green light which clearly shows you that you can cross, please DON´T!
Most Peruvians don´t do it… and they have a very good reason. Cars are approaching you from everywhere and the drivers do not care if they drive through a red light or if you have the green crossing light. They even target you and increase their speed. Some sources told me that the drivers receive bonus points for hitting pedestrians. Of course this was never officially confirmed, but it seems to be the truth. Hitting an old age pensioner? 1000 bonus points. Hitting a child? Still 500 points. Hitting a tourist? Well, only 100 points unless it was one of these long haired, rucksack carrying and Birkenstock wearing hippies…this would lead to 250 points.
The police? Interesting point. They are just there to watch and smile…either you get hit by a car (which happens all the time) or if you are being robbed. They will never interfere. The only time when police gets involved is when THEY want to rob you. Tourist in rented cars are their easiest target. You haven’t done anything wrong, but they invent something, wave with dangerous weapons and ask for 100 Dollars or so. If you refuse to pay, you might get some time to enjoy in a police cell and get abused. And if you ask for a receipt for the 100 Dollars, you will just be laughed at.
So, if you go to Lima, don’t walk and don’t drive. Take a taxi. Arrange the price with the driver beforehand, because they don’t use meters. Whatever price the taxista mention… just offer half of it and both will be happy. And you will witness in a kind of first-hand experience how enjoyable it is to hit pedestrians, while the driver is calling his girlfriend on his cellphone and waves with the other hand to a policeman, who waves back in a friendly manner, because he just received 100 Dollars from a tourist in a rented car (before he, the tourist, was hit by a car while crossing the road at a green traffic light).
from http://traveldirk.com