Saturday, January 16, 2016

Wolfgang Hampel, Betty MacDonald and the real story

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Betty MacDonald in the living room at Vashon on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post.

Wolfgang Hampel - and Betty MacDonald fan club fans,

breaking Betty MacDonald fan club news!

You'll be able to read some new very interesting letters by Betty MacDonald in Betty MacDonald fan club letter collection. 

We are still working on Betty MacDonald fan club newsletter January because of so many great information.

It'll be available during next week. 

Many Betty MacDonald fan club fans can't wait to read the updated story by Anita and Eartha Kitt about one of Betty MacDonald's strangest personalities in her books - rather  mysterious Dorita Hess.

I'd say Dorita Hess was not only a rather strange but also a dangerous lady.

The real Dorita Hess story is even much more exciting than Betty MacDonald's description in her book 'Anybody can do anything'.

Congratulations dearest Anita and Eartha Kitt II!

Did you already pick Betty MacDonald's favourite flower?

It's not so difficult as you might think. There are letters and documents in Betty MacDonald fan club letter collection and a book by Betty MacDonald.............

Deadline: January 31, 2016

International Betty MacDonald fan club events are the best opportunity making wonderful friends.

Great Vita Magica news!

Wolfgang Hampel's new Vita Magica guest is a very famous TV lady, author and singer. 

Wolfgang Hampel  aldready introduced Betty MacDonald fan club honor member - artist and author Letizia Mancino -  in Vita Magica.

Other Betty MacDonald fan club honor members will follow.

The thrill of it all is that one and only  Betty MacDonald fan club honor member Mr. Tigerli  is back.

Let's have  breakfast at the bookstore with Brad and Nick, please.

Betty MacDonald very beautiful  Vashon Island is a magical place.

I adore Betty MacDonald's Onions in the Stew.

I really believe that Onions is Betty MacDonald best book.

This outstanding song and singer have great chances to win ESC 2016  in Stockholm!

Many ESC fans are already crazy about it. 

Stockholm we come soon!

Have lots of fun on Saturday.


Don't miss this very special book, please.

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It's getting more and more difficult for Angela Merkel. 

A majority of Germany's population thinks that Mrs. Merkel's politics regarding refugees is a bad one and should be changed. 

I totally agree with this. 

According to my opinion it's time to go for Angela Merkel.

Die Kritik an Kanzlerin Angela Merkel beim Thema Flüchtlinge wird immer lauter -…|By
Pat McCraw The elections start in March. You will see that Merkel will get the receipt for her desastrous politics.
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Henry-Sebastian Damaschke
Henry-Sebastian Damaschke Mrs Merkel is no longer acceptable.
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A Bavarian brings Chancellor Merkel a busload of refugees

In protest against Germany’s refugee policy, a local Bavarian administrator, Peter Dreier, has sent 31 refugees by bus from his rural district to the chancellery in Berlin. Fabian von der Mark reports from Landshut.
The bus left the Bavarian town of Landshut at about 10 a.m. on Thursday. On board: 31 Syrian migrants, who, according to the district administrator, all volunteered to go along for the ride. What District Administrator Dreier hopes to achieve with this campaign is, as he puts it, "to make a statement that refugee policy cannot and may not continue this way." The Syrians lived in refugee accommodations in Landshut. They were unable to find ordinary housing, despite official recognition as refugees.
'We can't do it'
The politician, from the conservative Free Voters of Bavaria party, announced his plans in a phone call with Chancellor Angela Merkel on October 28, saying "We can't do it." According to the newspaper "Die Welt," he told her that 1,800 of the one million refugees taken in by Germany would be allotted to his district. He would be ready to accept only this many and every additional person he would send by bus to the chancellery in Berlin.
According to "Die Welt," the chancellor told the district administrator that the refugees would technically then have to be sent back to Greece. However, they would just go running right back to him. Furthermore, Merkel is reported to have requested that were Dreier to take this measure, he inform the chancellery in advance. Peter Dreier was also in contact with two people who are close to the chancellor, his spokesperson told DW.

Infografik ARD-Deutschlandtrend vom 7.1.2016 Obergrenze für Flüchtlinge ENG

A clear majority of Germans think limits should be established for accepting refugees
The refugees want to go to Berlin
Even though the Bavarian politician can count on the support of locals, the Free Voters, and even a few refugees themselves, Bavaria's Minister of Social Affairs Emilie Müller does not want to embrace the bus campaign. "Mr. Dreier is acting here as a private individual and not as district administrator." Even so, Müller mentions the fact that recognized refugees are allowed freedom of movement within Germany, something she views as wrong.
Some of the refugees are said to have friends in Berlin and are apparently happy to trade the Bavarian countryside for the capital. Whether they have already heard about the problems with registration, accommodation and provisions for migrants in Berlin is unclear. Dreier's spokesperson also told DW that if the refugees decide they don't like Berlin, the bus will take them back to Landshut.

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