Brazil has been rocked by massive political turmoil on a scale unseen in decades, with many calling Dilma Rousseff's removal from power a coup that could be traced to Washington. If indeed true, the fifth-largest country in the world will not be the first to be thrown into chaos by US policymakers and the CIA. Read more: http://sputniknews.com/politics/20160515/1039647769/cia-coup-iran-guatemala.html#ixzz48mA1TuEV
Germany's Pirate Party has gone from a tiny group of hackers to a significant force in an astoundingly short amount of time. Its growing pains are obvious to all, but the party could succeed in fundamentally changing German politics. First it must agree on what it stands for.
Renowned playwright Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956), was highly critical of state and religious authorities. Brecht's play, Die Dreigroschenoper (The Threepenny Opera , 1931), is set in Victorian London and focuses on an amoral, antiheroic criminal. The score is influenced by jazz and is an early example of the modern musical comedy genre. Brecht left Germany early in 1933, exemplifying the impact of politics on the nation's creative intelligentsia.
On the English coast dozens of these anti-aircraft towers between 1940 and 1941 were built (During the Battle of Britain). The photo is the “Red Sands” and were located in the Thames estuary. They documented at least 37 German aircraft destroyed. The most interesting of these towers is that they were moving. Filled with water to keep them fixed and then pumps the water came out and could carry the tug to another site.