Roger Federer Best Points 2016 - Clay Court
Dalriada's hair is again, very long . I wonder whether how long they wash their hair or never wash?Haha the singer girl is a hairdresser maybe she fixes their hair
shaked their bodies vigorously.Hahahaha cool description
Were you one of them?No, even though they were near Bergamo and i go there often
It seems that Germany will continue to let in more refugees. They want to keep their faces so they keep on telling lies:Yes, it shows what kind of scum politicians are.... They choose keeping their faces over the safety of their citizens....... It also shows they don't know how to do something properly.... if you're doing your job and mess up it's bad but it's even worse if you don't fix the messup asap...... Lol all of the attackers were syrians, afghans, etc. but lol!!!! the threat is not bigger from refugees!!!!! lol Also the machete guy killing the pregnant woman was not a terrorist attack!!!! that makes it so much better lol!!!!! well, elections in Germany start in a few months 'til then we'll keep out these guys on the south And when they boot Merkel and get someone less brain dead things will improve.....
"German minister rejects blanket suspicion of refugees after attacks
Chancellor Angela Merkel's deputy spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer also added that most of the terrorists who carried out attacks in recent months in Europe were not refugees.
Germany’s Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Monday cautioned Germans against indiscriminately branding all refugees a security threat after a rash of attacks over the last week.
“We must not place refugees under general suspicion despite individual cases that are under investigation,” he said in an interview with the Funke media group after a string of assaults in southern Germany, some involving asylum-seekers.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s deputy spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer later expressed the government’s “shock” after the rash of violence over the last week but also warned against labelling all refugees.
“Most of the terrorists who carried out attacks in recent months in Europe were not refugees,” she said.
“This fact corresponds with ongoing investigations indicating that the terrorism threat (among refugees) is not larger or smaller than in the population at large.”