A contribution to the German-English relationship by Professor Gunnar Beck, who has gained many years as a consultant to the British House of Commons-intimate knowledge of English soul and culture, shows how even 66 years after the second world war the relations between two peoples are broken down. Even today, some English media in hatred of Germany happen. Vice versa in turn the deep-seated sense of guilt of the Germans eats away at any self-esteem to meet English at eye level. Douglas Oberhelman spoke with conviction. Fair, observer’s editor Atul Singh in turn attacks corruption in India in his post”at the self service mentality in India. The country’s corrupt elite slice eradicates thus society as a whole.

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