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Euro not only went to the two named, but also to the co-accused real estate agent Ernst Karl Plech – and to Grasser.

According to the indictment, the 9.6 million euros went not only to the two named, but also to the co-accused real estate agent Ernst Karl Plech – and to Grasser. The latter is said to have given the necessary bid amount of “” over 960 million euros “” to Meischberger, who passed it on via Hochegger to Karl Petrikovic, who was co-accused of Immofinanz.

Only Hochegger partially confessed

Except for Hochegger, all of the accused deny the allegations, the ex-lobbyist has made a partial confession. He confirmed the charge that Grasser, Meischberger, Hochegger and Plech had planned to illegally cash in on the privatization of the republic. Since then, there has been an ice age between the former friends in the large jury court of the Vienna criminal court.

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Andreas Gabalier sued the rappers Kroko Jack and Kid Pex for “dangerous threats”, but flashed off the judiciary Kid Pex is now reciprocating musically.

“So much police” is the name of the song by rapper Kroko Jack and Kid Pex, which is critical of the government and which Andreas Gabalier did not go over with. He reported the two musicians and spoke of a “dangerous threat”.

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Gabalier is chased through Austria

Now the self-proclaimed “Viennese Tschuschenrapper” kid lets the music do the talking and wants to return the favor for this ad. He published the song “Hulapolizei” and in the accompanying video the rapper presented as the sheriff of the state “Tögetherland”. The “Volks Rock’n’Roller” is chased all over Austria.

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Pop star meets people “” of whom he normally harbors great fears and prejudices “

The production of the video is signed by the “collective of concerned citizens and frightened democrats”. On the journey through the Carinthian Alps, Lower Austrian vineyards and Viennese Heurigengassen, Gabalier repeatedly encounters people and groups “of whom he normally harbors great fears and prejudices,” says the rapper, referring to the country’s daughters, such as Maria Theresia, depicted with cardboard masks or Austria’s first Minister for Women, Johanna Dohnal.

Phettberg was there too

Gabalier’s path also leads to Hermes Phettberg, who is also involved in the video.https://123helpme.me/ This tells the pop star more about “Christian values ​​and charity”. Andreas Gabalier thanks in the video by washing his feet – “in Jesus-style”, as Phettberg wrote in his weekly Falter “Sermon on the Mount”.

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At this year’s Academy Awards it was THE whispering topic: What’s really going on between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper? And what does his partner Irina Shayk think of all this?

Not only since their romantic appearance at the Oscars has been whispered whether Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are more than just film partners and friends.

When they performed their song “Shallow” from the movie “A Star Is Born”, in which Bradley Cooper not only played the male lead, but also directed it for the first time, love was in the air. Is this chemistry really just an act? Many viewers cannot believe that. Bradley Cooper’s partner Irina Shayk, with whom he has daughter Lea de Seine, was pitied on Twitter.

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Ex-Spice-Girl Mel B also found the intimate appearance of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper inappropriate. “” I felt so uncomfortable with Bradley’s girlfriend. I would like to believe that this was part of the overall performance because there is a code of honor among women. Hopefully they were just professional, “” she said on the talk show “Good Morning Britain” “.

What does Irina Shayk think of Bradley’s Gaga flirt?

And what does Irina Shayk think of Bradley Cooper’s close relationship with his film partner? During the Academy Awards, the top model, who used to be in a relationship with star kicker Cristiano Ronaldo, sat between Lady Gaga and her boyfriend. When the singer got the Oscar for the best movie song, Irina hugged her deeply. And even after the romantic performance, she was the first to give a standing ovation. Is she just making a good face for the bad game, or is Irina Shayk really above it all?

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The top model has been in a relationship with Bradley Cooper for almost four years, and she posed beaming with joy on the red carpet with him and his mother Gloria Campano. In the last two years she has had to do without her loved one due to his double burden as director and actor of “” A Star Is Born “”, but allegedly the couple are planning to have another child together now that things are getting quieter again.

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Even if the relationship between Lady Gaga and her boyfriend Christian Carino recently broke up after a short engagement period: The love between Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk seems to be stronger.

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He has witnessed and shaped Austrian politics for decades: Now former Federal President Heinz Fischer is turning 80 and is still sensitive to dangerous tendencies. He does not want to be a warning, but he speaks to the rulers and the people in the country – and always remains an optimist

You were politically active for 65 of your almost 80 years and always a man of balance. There is a much rougher tone in politics today. Why is that? Yes, the tone has become rougher and the effort to reach consensus has become significantly weaker. Those who are currently in government think: “We are one hundred percent right, the others are zero percent right.” So there is not much to negotiate. A few days ago I turn on the television and see the interior minister in parliament on the government bench at a special session on the BVT affair. The minister is responsible to the National Council, should answer questions and say literally: “I am right and you are wrong.” So I thought: something is missing. Namely, the feeling that we live in a pluralistic and liberal democracy where this attitude of a minister towards a parliamentarian is extremely misplaced.

Where is this going? Of course there are many who look into the past and say: This is a dangerous development. We have already seen that the contrasts keep getting bigger and then the development becomes uncontrollable. But I’m an optimist and I hope history doesn’t repeat itself. The old coalition apparently lasted too long and made mistakes, so that now the pendulum is swinging in the other direction, namely to throw all the virtues of a grand coalition and a social partnership overboard. I hope that this does not go to extremes, but that reason prevails in good time.

The rejection between SPÖ and ÖVP has grown over the years, and proponents now seem almost hateful. I don’t think the political climate in the 1950s and 1960s was much softer, but the historical experiences from the civil war in 1934 were more present than they are today. In the light of the experiences of National Socialism and the war, they came together and said: We have to overcome the past and start over. The terrible mistakes of that time must not be repeated. There was therefore an awareness of the importance of pluralism and that the social partnership is not an end in itself and not a self-service shop. In a generation that was born decades after the Second World War, this knowledge is not so pronounced that it is reflected in everyday political life. In any case, it is overshadowed by the pursuit of as much power as possible.

At what point did the ongoing conflict between the SPÖ and ÖVP begin? When the first grand coalition came to an end in 1966, after 21 years, there was great concern in the SPÖ, especially among Bruno Kreisky, that we would start again where we left off in the interwar period. But the ÖVP sensed this and did a lot to avoid the impression that it was coming back to “Dollfussstrasse”. She has made many gestures that she does not want to marginalize the SPÖ or eliminate it from the political spectrum. For his part, Kreisky took up this when he became Chancellor in 1970 and tied many threads to the ÖVP and people from business. The rise of Jörg Haider in the 80s and 90s and the way in which he made politics has intensified the political climate in Austria, because it has been seen that this aggressive, very populist politics was successful. Some ÖVP members say that the takeover of Creditanstalt at the end of the 1990s was a shocking experience, a declaration of war. Many in the SPÖ say that the coalition of Schüssel and Haider was the next step towards alienation.

© Ricardo Herrgott Even two years after the end of his presidency, Fischer is recognized, greeted and asked to take selfies. He likes that

Today in the ÖVP a generation is at the helm that despises the “Sozen”, as they call them. Personally, I can’t complain, but I hear from many friends that they clearly sense aggressive feelings and the other side’s great awareness of power. In the case of personnel decisions, such as in the Constitutional Court or the National Bank, in the past, even sole governments made sure that certain unwritten rules were retained. If you ask me today about an unwritten rule between the governing parties on the one hand and the SPÖ on the other – I don’t know of any that are still valid.

Could the SPÖ have prevented the turquoise-blue government if it had been cheaper after the election? What does “cheaper” mean? A new edition of the last coalition would have presupposed that there would have been a firm will on both sides to say: Whatever happened last, however the braking mechanisms were designed so as not to grant the Chancellor at the time any success – we want to continue this cooperation completely overhauled . But according to my subjective judgment, this wish was relatively weak in the SPÖ because they distrusted the top candidate of the ÖVP, and in the ÖVP it was not at all because they wanted a turn in politics and all power.

You have seen the FPÖ fail in government twice, in the 1980s and 2000s. How is it currently doing? To give a current example: When a man says, Franz Jägerstätter, who at the time of Hitler refused to serve with a weapon in the German Wehrmacht and died for it, should not be appreciated, but condemned, what should one say about it ? I got to know Jägerstätter’s widow and talked to her about the immense pain that his conscience caused her. One cannot honor and appreciate Jägerstätter highly enough – and then that …

The federal government had nominated Mr Keyl, to whom you are referring, for the Federal Administrative Court. Was that a conscious provocation? I don’t think it was a provocation because this government wants to be recognized at home and abroad. As a provocation that would be extremely stupid, one cannot accept that. But the nomination is a fact. Just as a certain songbook was a fact that circulated in a fraternity. So some – not all – are in the FPÖ. Part of Austrian history is the fact that the national trend, which also existed in other countries, developed in such a way that it became a pillar of National Socialism. This historical fact has only minor, but still existing, after-effects. And there is currently a national-populist upswing in Europe.

The 2017 election was won with the refugee issue. The government is pushing the issue further. It reminds some of the dark ages of history. Rightly – or is that a disproportionate exaggeration? This is an important but also a sensitive question. Austria is still a functioning democracy, a state embedded in other European democracies, with a flourishing economy. On the other hand, I agree with those who say: you have to be vigilant. And scapegoating minorities is a dangerous game. Making refugees the object of aggression because it can be converted into effective campaign ammunition should not be allowed to pass. That doesn’t mean that today’s time is compared with that of 80 years ago. But it has to be learned from the fact that people have good and bad qualities and it is important not to serve the bad ones and not to make them an instrument of politics.

Would you still describe the ÖVP as Christian-social today? Hm … (thinks). There are heated discussions about this within the ÖVP itself, and I don’t want to interfere. But the basic values ​​of Christianity say that weak people or those on the run and in need must be met and helped in a human way. I do not know how the Cardinal and others who are authorized to judge it. My understanding of Christianity is that one of the basic principles is to be on the side of the weaker and not to make the living conditions of refugees more and more difficult in a targeted manner so that there is no pull effect.

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