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elfigio dzikiti
Sun, 13 Aug 2017 05:53 EDT
express visa
hie i want to make an inquiry does the embassy of Switzerland in Senegal Dakar offer e Visa thanks await your response my email address is
What is your govt &
Thu, 9 Jul 2015 17:05 EDT
good people thinking?
About the chaos in the world, that is going on and on. America demonizing everyone who is not under their boot (countries like yours, of which we have few, is never demonized by them and there are good reasons for it, not least the fact their elite has trillions stashed away in your banks, right?) and wants to stay independent, does not want Americanization of their country/economy/people, or simply wants to be left alone.
Right now it is Russian turn. America and her puppet states/NATO are busy inventing all kinds of "demon" things they apply to Russia, while they keep their own people in total dark as to what can happen if this goes on. If history of American demonizing anyone is any proof, they, The Americans with their partners in war-crimes, will be attacking Russia sooner or later, depending when and how much they whip up the hysteria among their population, that is already scared stiff from other "ills" of the World America is directly responsible for. Like ISIS, the current "flavor" of American generated evil.
Once they turn Russia into such "evil" by demonizing, lies, fabrications and usual MO of this current evil empire, the time will have come to attack. Just as they did to; Granada, Panama, Yugoslavia (they initiated and supported its destruction as their master plan to encircle Russia), Iraq, Afgh. mention few of many.
The problem they will have then is a big one; Russia ain't any of those countries (as they would put it) that could not fight back to repel and defeat the aggressor.
Russia as the biggest country in the world, that has never been conquered by anyone and never will, is going to fight back, and fight back big time. In fact they are already on record, they would use every means at their disposal IMMEDIATELY, against any aggressor who attempts to cross the sacred Mother Russia borders.Not only they will destroy absolutely, the aggressor at that border (say still on Poland's or Baltic state's soil moving on Russia)but they will immediately at the same time also destroy the mother countries of aggressors.
And they can do that absolutely and are willing and ready absolutely.
Where does your wonderful, peaceful, neutral and simply the best country come in?
It does not take much to think about it.You will be in the tick of it, for all the potential aggressors (NATO club), under the orders from their puppet-master from Wa. are your "good" neighbors, surrounding you. Would any good neighbor do this to another good one? Well you decide, for if they decide to go along the orders to attack Russia (for now they are only following the demonizing orders from America) and commit mass suicide of their population and destruction if their countries, you will have not much of the choice, for the whole continent including Russia, of course, will have been turned into radioactive ruble. Something what Berlin and many other German cities looked like at the end of WWII, multiplied by thousand upon thousands of times. Will your wonderful country manage to avoid all that devastation, resulting from American relentless march towards World hegemony.
For the sake of the World and your unique country, perhaps you can influence some of the players now playing this dangerous game. Your neutrality may be the key to it.
Thank you.
Mon, 16 Jul 2012 04:21 EDT
immigration department
I was planning to do MBA course in Switzerland for 18 months. I checked your website where it has been mentioned for the UK resident do not need a visa for three months. Do I need any resident permit for that period? And how to organise that , please?
R. shahin

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