jueves, 29 de septiembre de 2016

Pedro Sánchez, no dimite porque no. Un ejemplo a seguir, todo un maestro de la izquierda.


Como progresistas, los psicópatas son individuos  arriesgados, pero también más proclives a reaccionar frente a situaciones que ellos desconocen -osados-.  No se puede entender a los psicópatas en términos de retroceso o de desarrollo antisocial. Son simplemente individuos depravados moralmente que representan a los "monstruos" en nuestra sociedad. Son depredadores infrenables e imposibles de tratar en quienes la violencia es planeada, decidida y carente de emociones. 

Pedro Sánchez ha tenido que cometer muchos actos de temeridad para personas de bien, este es una bestia de dos patas. Esas risas ha destiempo en mi Mojácar, esa mirada fija al horizonte, eso de llamar a la prensa para hacerse fotos medio escondido, esos platos de comida que pedía -para dejar casi todo el contenido, eso de pedir 10 helados............ ya le delatan como un sociópata haciendo oposiciones a más cruel.

Resultado de imagen de PSOE se deshace

Aquel colegio de maníacos sexuales,  yo. probablemente, la persona más normal de toda la dotación, era un perverso sanguíneo. Pero Sánchez es un elemento, altamente, peligroso para el pueblo español.

Vista la parte alta de la cabeza que es bastante fácil de diagnosticar paso a los daños colaterales. 

El Partido Popular va a ser uno de los más perjudicados, si como todo apuntan le reemplazará la Sultana andaluza,  casi todos los votos que, bajo el poderío del tarado trotón se perdieron volverán al PSOE bajo el lema de la Nueva Izquierda y la diferencia máxima será de un millón de votos, como que son cuatro partidos "grandes" y algunos independentistas, los retos van a ser determinantes, el PSOE retomará grandes núcleos rurales y el PP le igualará en capitales de provincia que es donde se jugarán el uso y disfrute de la Moncloa.  

No  sin tener en cuenta que del mismo modo que en esta legislatura van 2/3 elecciones en las próximas puede haber 50 y nunca ganaría NADIE. Solo os puede salvar lo tan de moda en otro países, o seak, un diputado adicional en cada provincia para el partido más votado.

miércoles, 28 de septiembre de 2016

Pedro Sánchez, un sicópata que no se rinde en política.

Resultado de imagen de Pedro Sánchez de militar
Como progresistas, los psicópatas son individuos  arriesgados, pero también más proclives a reaccionar frente a situaciones que ellos desconocen -osados-.  No se puede entender a los psicópatas en términos de retroceso o de desarrollo antisocial. Son simplemente individuos depravados moralmente que representan a los "monstruos" en nuestra sociedad. Son depredadores infrenables e imposibles de tratar en quienes la violencia es planeada, decidida y carente de emociones. 

Pedro Sánchez ha tenido que cometer muchos actos de temeridad para personas de bien, este es una bestia de dos patas. Esas risas ha destiempo en mi Mojácar, esa mirada fija al horizonte, eso de llamar a la prensa para hacerse fotos medio escondido, esos platos de comida que pedía -para dejar casi todo el contenido, eso de pedir 10 helados............ ya le delatan como un sociópata haciendo oposiciones a más cruel.



Aquel colegio de maníacos sexuales,  yo. probablemente, la persona más normal de toda la dotación, era un perverso sanguíneo. Pero Sánchez es un elemento, altamente, peligroso para el pueblo español.

Vista la parte alta de la cabeza que es bastante fácil de diagnosticar paso a los daños colaterales. 

El Partido Popular va a ser uno de los más perjudicados, si como todo apuntan le reemplazará la Sultana andaluza,  casi todos los votos que, bajo el poderío del tarado trotón se perdieron volverán al PSOE bajo el lema de la Nueva Izquierda y la diferencia máxima será de un millón de votos, como que son cuatro partidos "grandes" y algunos independentistas, los retos van a ser determinantes, el PSOE retomará grandes núcleos rurales y el PP le igualará en capitales de provincia que es donde se jugarán el uso y disfrute de la Moncloa.  

No  sin tener en cuenta que del mismo modo que en esta legislatura van 2/3 elecciones en las próximas puede haber 50 y nunca ganaría NADIE. Solo os puede salvar lo tan de moda en otro países, o seak, un diputado adicional en cada provincia para el partido más votado. 

martes, 27 de septiembre de 2016

PAY IT AGAIN, SAM £3m salary wasn’t enough for wheeler-dealer England boss Sam Allardyce, brought down by non-stop pursuit of cash


Big Sam continued to maintain a host of lucrative investments and company directorships despite £3million salary
GREEDY Sam Allardyce’s relentless pursuit of money finally proved his undoing last night.
The ex-England boss was due to be paid £3million a year to get the Three Lions to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
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Ashen villa . . Big Sam at his house in Spain
But that was not enough for Allardyce, 61, who continued to maintain a host of lucrative investments and company directorships he had built up during his years in football management.
Records show he is currently a member of four film production schemes used by investors to gain tax relief — including three whose creators were jailed for nine years each in June.
He is also a member of a multi-million pound property scheme which has been investigated by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, and a director of a company buying and selling real estate.
Sam Allardyce at his Villa in Spain
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Refuge . . . Allardyce paid for his villa with £4m Newcastle pay-off
Sam Allardyce resigns as England boss after telling reporters how to get around FA transfer rules
Allardyce has held investments or directorships in 19 different companies over the 22 years he has been a football manager.
His tax affairs have twice been investigated but yesterday it emerged how he boasted only a “s**t accountant” would pay HMRC’s demands.
Speaking to undercover reporters, he described the HMRC as the “most corrupt business” in Britain, adding: “They fly out tax demands without any real knowledge whether they should or shouldn’t.
“They just put ’em out willy-nilly and if you pay them, people s**t themselves and pay them.”
Last night football experts warned the next England chief needs to drop all his outside business interests.

THE SUN SAYS

THE greed of Sam Allardyce boggles the mind.
Here was a man facing the greatest challenge and privilege of his long career — managing England for £3million a year plus bonuses.
His every waking thought ought to have been on how to transform a team of perpetual losers.
Instead, before he had presided over even his first game, his focus was on using his new status to grub around for even more dosh.
Greed alone isn’t usually a sacking offence.
But an England manager cannot survive if he suggests to strangers that he will flout the rules of his FA employers for money.
The Telegraph’s reporters have done the country a service in exposing him.
Our national team has suffered many embarrassments, not least the Iceland shocker at the Euros.
But to hire and fire this wide-boy in just 67 days has made us an even bigger global laughing stock.
Ex-England and Chelsea midfielder John Hollins, who managed teams for more than 30 years, said: “You’ve got to be squeaky clean to be the manager of your country, especially as England boss.
“Sam’s been protected as a Premier League manager by his club all these years but now he’s open to all these people.
“I never took a bung in my life as a manager and I don’t see the need for it. It should be all about what happens on the pitch.”
And the FA’s former communications director Julian Eccles said: “We cannot have such a senior figure in our game being so disrespectful of such important rules and also having his head turned by the prospect of earning extra money by an outside commercial organisation.”
FA chief executive Martin Glenn on ending Sam Allardyce's tenure as England boss
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Disgraced . . . Allardyce emerges from his Bently

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Allardyce, who has lived in his £500,000 semi-detached home near Bolton, Lancs, for more than 30 years, is believed to be worth around £10million.
He currently has an active role in nine firms which include two directorships holding almost £1million in cash.
He runs Sam Allardyce Investments which holds £431,630 in shareholder funds.
His wife Lynne is sole director of Sam Allardyce Limited which has £329,446 in shareholder cash.
Records show his real estate firm SMH Investments, based at an office unit he owns near his home, has £667,236 in assets of which £337,179 is shareholder cash.
Records for his other investments cannot be detailed but collectively they total in the hundreds of millions, which includes assets and capital from other investors.
The Sun's Martin Lipton on Sam Allardyce resigning as England boss after one game
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Alllardyce's Mercedes parked outside his Bolton home
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Wife Lynne is sole director of Sam Allardyce Limited which has £329,446 in shareholder cash
Allardyce was named in connection with an HMRC investigation in 2013 over a £450million scam involving a firm called Waverton Property he had invested in.
The company had been set up to convert a Birmingham warehouse into a data centre using tax breaks on renovating old commercial buildings which had been introduced by the last Labour government.
Investors included Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish, West Ham chairman David Gold, golf star Rory McIlroy and Man United’s Wayne Rooney.
He is also an investor in three film production schemes by Little Wing Films.
Little Wing saw its four creators jailed for a total of 27 years in Juneion in film projects and used offshore accounts to cover their tracks and increase their ­supposed losses.
More than 275 investors including celebrities and sportsmen contributed over £76million to the scheme in the belief they were helping the British film industry.
Keith Hayley, Robert Bevan and Charles Savill were each sentenced to nine years in jail at Birmingham crown court while Norman Leighton received a two-year suspended ­sentence.
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West Ham chairman David Gold was an investor in Waverton Property
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Greedy Sam Allardyce is believed to be worth around £10million
The schemes, named the Film Development Partnership, D III LLP and D IV LLP, are still active and show Allardyce as a member in Companies House records.
Allardyce is also an investor in property investment schemes with £32million in assets with others including boxer Joe Calzaghe, footballer Ashley Cole, politician Lord Owen and golfer Graeme McDowell.
However, there is no suggestion of any impropriety in regard to these.
He was also a director of a number of firms along with his financial adviser Shane Moloney — also present at his meeting with undercover reporters — which have since been dissolved.
Sam Allardyce gives a statement after resigning as England manager
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Sam was forced to deny he had pressured starlet Ravel Morrison to sign with his agent Mark Curtis
Julian Eccles
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FA’s former communications director Julian Eccles has spoken out about the manager
But he has been hit by a series of allegations of impropriety over the years, including a 2006 BBC
Panorama investigation into him being paid transfer bungs by agents.
Two years ago he was embroiled in a row as West Ham boss when he was forced to deny he had pressured starlet Ravel Morrison to sign with his agent Mark Curtis.
Yesterday, he sped away from home in his £47,000 Mercedes CLS.
Over the years he has been spotted sunning himself in Marbella and Mauritius and his £1.5million villa on the Costa Blanca which was funded by the £4million pay-off following his firing by Newcastle in 2008.
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Sam Allardyce also made disrespectful comments about Roy Hodgson
Sam Allardyce
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Ex-England boss was due to be paid £3m a year to get England to the 2018 World Cup
He has said it took two years to build “Big Sam’s Villa”, which he described as a “refuge from the madness of football”.
Last night a Premier League insider said: “Sam has worked hard in football and has not always got the respect he deserves.
“So he enjoys earning a good living and living the good life.
“He is not afraid to take opportunities to earn more money.”

Canada royal tour 2016 recap: Kate Middleton wraps up in green trench coat for 'cultural show' by campfire

The first official stop is Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley where they will meet students at the Okanaga campus of the university of British Columbia and watch a match by

And then they wash it down with something to drink

In this video the royal couple wash down their snack with something to drink.
It’s not clear what they are sampling - but Prince William gives it a cautious sniff before taking a sip.
Next stop for the couple is Whitehorse.

Kate enjoys a snack


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Kate tucks in
William and Kate have been trying out some delicacies while at the food festival.
In this picture the Duchess can be seen munching on a tidbit - although what it is isn’t unclear.
Earlier the pair were shown round a vineyard.

Trump and Hillary Clinton clash over ISIS, tax returns and 'temperament' in first live US Presidential debate


Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed over the fight against Isis, paying tax and "temperament" in their first head-to-head debate in the race to the White House.
The US presidential candidates squared off in a 90-minute debate at Hofstra University in New York, which was screened to tens of millions of television viewers in America and live-streamed across the world.

During a number of fiery exchanges, Mr Trump claimed he had a "better temperament" than Mrs Clinton and accused his Democrat rival of not having the "stamina" to be president.
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Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump reacts
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Hillary Clinton Donald Trump greet the audience at the end of the first presidential debate
"This is a man who has called women pigs, slobs and dogs," Mrs Clinton said.
Discussing the fight against Isis, Mr Trump attacked Mrs Clinton for revealing her plan to tackle the extremist group on her website.
"You're telling the enemy everything you want to do. No wonder you've been fighting Isis your entire life," the billionaire tycoon said.
Watch: Apprentice star Lord Sugar on Donald Trump.
The pair also addressed Mr Trump's refusal to release his tax returns, with Mr Trump insisting they were under a "routine audit".
But the Republican said he would release his tax returns against his lawyers' advice if Mrs Clinton releases 33,000 deleted emails from her private server.
His comments prompted cheers from sections of the audience, with moderator Lester Holt having to remind those watching to remain quiet.
GettyModerator Lester Holt listens during the Presidential Debate
Moderator Lester Holt listens during the Presidential Debate
AFP/Getty ImagesMelania (L) and Ivanka Trump look at Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton
Melania (L) and Ivanka Trump look at Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton
Mrs Clinton said her use of a private email server was a "mistake" and claimed Mr Trump could be refusing to release his tax returns because he was not as rich or as charitable as he claimed.
She said: "I think probably he's not that enthusiastic having the rest of our country see what the real reasons are because it must be something really important, even terrible, he's trying to hide."
After Mr Trump claimed Mrs Clinton had described the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal as "the gold standard", she replied: "Donald I know you live in your own reality but that is not accurate".
GettyFormer U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) and his daughter Chelsea Clinton (R) look on
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) and his daughter Chelsea Clinton (R) look on
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump looks on
Former President Bill Clinton and Melania Trump were among those in the audience for the debate.
Police on Long Island said about 2,000 protesters gathered outside the debate, including Hardhats for Hillary, socialists and activists calling for a living wage. Nassau County police said 24 people have been arrested on mostly disorderly conduct charges.
Mr Trump and Mrs Clinton will square off for two more debates next month, while their running mates, Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, are set to meet next week.