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Das skrupelloseste und menschenverachtendste System kommt, wie es die Menschheit noch niemals erlebt hat.

von Heinz Duthel

Das skrupelloseste und menschenverachtendste System kommt, wie es die Menschheit noch niemals erlebt hat. Der Mensch hat versagt da er absolut obrigkeitshörig, des Denkens entwöhnt, typischer Befehlsempfänger, ein Held vor dem Feind und einen

Morbus Crohn und Colitis ulcerosa

Ursachen, Symptome, Therapie

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Morbus Crohn und Colitis ulcerosa Ursachen, Symptome, Therapie Bisher ist nicht geklärt, wie der Morbus Crohn entsteht und welche Auslöser für die Krankheit verantwortlich sind. Morbus Crohn kann erblich bedingt sein: Bisher sind mehr als 70 Gene bekannt, die mit einem Morbus Crohn in Verbindung gebracht werden.

Ernesto Che Guevara

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Ernesto Guevara, más conocido como «Che Guevara» (Rosario, Argentina, 14 de mayo de 1928 – La Higuera, Bolivia, 9 de octubre de 1967), fue un político, escritor, periodista y médico argentino-cubano. Guevara fue uno de los ideólogos y comandantes que lideraron la Revolución Cubana (1953–1959) que desembocó en un nuevo régimen

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Saviors or Destroyers?

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The Bilderberger Group (Buch 1)

Attendees of Bilderberg include central bankers, defense experts, mass media press barons, government ministers, prime ministers, royalty, international financiers and political leaders from Europe and North America. Bilderberg news is not fit to print – or broadcast. No journalists from any media controlled by Bilderberg multinational

WikiLeaks documents expose US foreign policy conspiracies

WikiLeak’s Julian Assange more hunted then death Osma Bin Laden.

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David Cameron Prime Minister branded ‚a lightweight‘ Angela Merkel German Chancellor described as ‚Teflon‘ Muammar Gaddafi Libya’s leader has ‚hot blonde‘ for a nurse Nicolas Sarkozy President of France is a ’naked emperor‘ Kim Jong Il N. Korean

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Markus Wolf: Freunde sterben nicht.

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ANGELA MERKEL Zwei Leben – Zwei Welten War Herrn Dr. H. Kohl ein Opfer der STASI mit Angela Merkel wie Willy Brandt’s Guenter Guillaume? Warum werden die STASI Akten Dr. H. Kohl und Angela Merkel so versiegelt und unter Verschluss gehalten?

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Wahrheit oder Einbildung? Geister sind in den Filmen schreckliche Monster aber im richtigen Leben sind sie um einiges gespenstischer. Unsere Neugier wird groß, wenn wir von ihnen hören. Vielleicht geben Geister uns einen kleinen Vorgeschmack auf das

Thailand’s next reign will end in disaster if His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn is successor to the crown

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Thailand’s Political Struggle.

The honorable General Prayut Chan-o-cha ประยุทธ์ จันทร์โอชา , retired Royal Thai Army officer who is the head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) must stay in power to avoid civil unrest or civil war should aging King Bhumibol Adulyadej pass away.
The Royal Household and the acting Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha ประยุทธ์ จันทร์โอชา with National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) should nominate as successor to the crown Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn มหาจักรีสิรินธร, born Princess Sirindhorn Debaratanasuda Kitivadhanadulsobhak สิรินธรเทพรัตนสุดา กิติวัฒนาดุลโสภาคย์; to „Returning happiness to the people of Thailand“ because Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn มหาจักรีสิรินธร is so much loved by the Thai peoples and also international respected.
The Royal Household and the acting Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha ประยุทธ์ จันทร์โอชา with National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) should remove the Lèse majesté law in Thailand, to present the new democracy with the Royal successor to the crown, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn มหาจักรีสิรินธร

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Thailand without His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and Thaksian Shinavatra in the background will stay a great Nation in the spirit of the always  beloved and admired King Bhumibol Adulyadej

Forecast

Thailand’s new draft constitution will cement the military’s role as the country’s ultimate authority and will hinder attempts by exiled Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return to power. Despite mounting criticism of its authoritarian ways, the military will face only meek resistance from its support base to its vision of a „managed democracy.“ Because of Thaksin’s enduring popularity, the junta’s new rules could renew political unrest following a charter referendum in the second half of the year.

As the junta sees it, Pheu Thai leaders looking to move on from Thaksin will lack the fortitude and motivation for a pre-election fight over the charter, especially if it would be seen only as a futile exercise primarily serving Thaksin’s ends. Indeed, even the Democrats‘ criticism of the junta is rooted in a growing belief that Thaksin and his political machine cannot overcome the military’s resolve. In a political world without Thaksin, politicians will not want to contend with extreme military oversight. But few Red Shirt factions have openly called for a split from Thaksin. For now, the movement remains his and still exists primarily to provide political muscle.

Pro-Thaksin groups are already advancing the idea that, with two failed charter initiatives to its credit, the military will have failed in its attempt to „save the nation.“

On the other hand, should aging King Bhumibol Adulyadej pass away before the transition back to nominal civilian rule is complete, it would further forestall political change. His death would represent an unprecedented historical juncture in Thailand. Moreover, the state-mandated mourning period that would follow, with willing participation from most of the population, would ensure temporary stability in the country, enforced with further draconian measures. But this would just amount to another pause in Thai politics. As long as Thailand’s underlying fractures remain unresolved, the power struggles inherent to the country’s political system will eventually return to the fore.

In 2002, The Economist wrote that, „Vajiralongkorn is held in much less esteem (than the king). Bangkok gossips like to swap tales of his lurid personal life… Besides, no successor, however worthy, can hope to equal the stature King Bhumibol has attained after 64 years on the throne.“ This issue of The Economist was banned in Thailand. In 2010, another issue of The Economist (which was not distributed in Thailand) asserted that Vajiralongkorn is „widely loathed and feared“ and „unpredictable to the point of eccentricity“, while the online journal Asia Sentinel alleged that he is „regarded as erratic and virtually incapable of ruling“[9] and was blocked shortly thereafter. In a diplomatic cable leaked by WikiLeaks, senior Singaporean foreign ministry official Bilahari Kausikan asserted that Vajiralongkorn has a gambling habit which was partly funded by now self-exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

Vajiralongkorn still keeps in touch with his old colleagues there and welcomes them with a royal treatment when they visit him in Thailand.

But it is the love of Germany’s Bavaria that ultimately drew Vajiralongkorn back time and again over the years. While the primary reason for Vajiralongkorn making Munich his second home are his regular medical check-ups, the crown prince found the region relatively tranquil and far enough away from the sophisticated atmosphere he normally encounters elsewhere. In particular, withdrawing from maddening crowds provides him privacy.

When King Frederick of Prussia yearned for a private residence where he could strip away royal ceremonies and customs, he ordered the construction of a palace called Sans Souci (Without Worries) in Potsdam, near Berlin, in 1745. At Sans Souci, Frederick was living a secret life in an all-male society away from the public eye, similar to what was seen within the royal court of King Vajiravudh.

Sans Souci lent its idea to Prajadhipok, who built a summer royal residence outside Bangkok in Hua Hin – construction commenced in 1926 and finished in 1933. Prajadhipok called the new palace Klai Kangwon, a Thai translation of Sans Souci.

Vajiralongkorn’s familiarity with Munich was formed during the years he spent with his former consort, Srirasmi, whom he divorced in late 2014. It is also imperative to mention that the Crown Property Bureau has the majority holding in the Kempinski Hotels group and Vajiralongkorn often stayed at the Kempinski Munich, before he purchased an ultra-luxurious mansion at Lake Starnberg for 12 million euros (US$13.2 million).

Named Villa Stolberg, it has a living area of 1400 square metres, houses at least 15 rooms and serves as a main home for his new consort, Major General Suthida Vajiralongkorn, nicknamed Nui, a former Thai Airways crew member, as well as for his son Prince Dipankorn Rasmichoti (from his previous marriage). Located about 30 kilometres southwest of Munich, the villa sits adjacent a beautiful lake.

The less sophisticated lifestyle in Bavaria perhaps permits the crown prince to be himself, and to let loose. The latest photos of him wearing a skimpy undersized singlet barely covering massive Yakuza-styled tattoo stickers on his back, chest and arms reinforce this freedom of expression outside the rigidly royal traditions back in Bangkok. Yet, the beauty of the Bavarian scenic landscape refuses to treat his uninhabited lifestyle kindly. He has provided time and again much-sought-after stories to feed the appetite and curiosity of German tabloid readers.

Vajiralongkorn’s presence in Munich today is much more explosive. In 2011, the German court impounded a Boeing 737 aircraft at Munich Airport, which belonged to the crown prince, as compensation for a long-overdue debt of 30 million euros the Thai government owed a now-defunct German construction company for the Don Muang Tollway. The Thai government subsequently agreed to pay a deposit of 20 million euros to bail out the aircraft.

Meanwhile, Vajiralongkorn took steps to prevent his Mercedes-Benz SLK being confiscated after the aircraft was seized, hiding it in a private carpark inside the Munich Kempinski, where it was protected by a dozen bodyguards.

Like his father, Vajiralongkorn loves fast cars. German paparazzi often get snapshots of him driving expensive cars in the Bavarian region. For example, he was once spotted in Erding with a white Porsche 911 Turbo, which costs almost 200,000 euros.

His extravagant and peculiar lifestyle has become a major attraction for the German media. Vajiralongkorn often makes headlines – even on seemingly insignificant stories. For example, the German press once reported a dispute between Vajiralongkorn and a restaurant owner in Germany. Vajiralongkorn made a reservation at the restaurant and the owner, eager to please him, closed the entire place for the privacy of the Thai royalty. But Vajiralongkorn turned up very late and did not order a lot of food, thus upsetting the owner who claimed to have lost a substantial profit that evening.

This week, a widely circulated tabloid paper, Bild, published a set of photos of Vajiralongkorn at the Munich Airport in a bizarre crop tank top with tattoo stickers on his body. A few days later, former Reuters reporter Andrew McGregor Marshall released another photo of the crown prince roaming Munich in a similar tank top with different tattoo prints on his torso. Although Vajiralongkorn is protected by Article 112 of the Thai Criminal Code, better known as lèse-majesté, these photos were shared widely on social media.

In the age of social media, the private life Vajiralongkorn really wants, as if he were at Sans Souci, is nowhere to be found in Bavaria. In Thailand, many Thais lack opportunities to see the heir apparent going wild, as it is forbidden in Thailand to print news, reports or photos that potentially damage the reputation of the monarchy. But he is in Germany and there can be nothing to stop the German media from publishing his saucy stories and disseminating them through social networks.

At the critical royal transition, royal image-making is vital, even if it is too late for Vajiralongkorn to reinvent himself. It might be true that Vajiralongkorn might care little about his own image in public. The mysterious death of Moh Yong seems to suggest this argument.

But the recent episode revealing the crown prince in shocking dress has caused great anxiety, particularly among royalists who fear that the nation’s next reign will end in disaster. A throne in trouble is trouble for them too.

สมเด็จพระบรมโอรสาธิราช เจ้าฟ้ามหาวชิราลงกรณ สยามมกุฎราชกุมาร

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In 2002, The Economist wrote that, „Vajiralongkorn is held in much less esteem (than the king). Bangkok gossips like to swap tales of his lurid personal life…

Besides, no successor, however worthy, can hope to equal the stature King Bhumibol has attained after 64 years on the throne.“ This issue of The Economist was banned in Thailand. In 2010, another issue of The Economist (which was not distributed in Thailand) asserted that Vajiralongkorn is „widely loathed and feared“ and „unpredictable to the point of eccentricity“, while the online journal Asia Sentinel alleged that he is „regarded as erratic and virtually incapable of ruling“ and was blocked shortly thereafter.

In a diplomatic cable leaked by WikiLeaks, senior Singaporean foreign ministry official Bilahari Kausikan asserted that Vajiralongkorn has a gambling habit which was partly funded by now self-exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

Early in Thaksin’s administration, Thaksin seemed to invest heavily in cultivating close ties to the Crown Prince. The two men later had a spectacular falling-out, prompting the Crown Prince to abandon the Nonthaburi Palace that Thaksin had purchased and outfitted for him, moving to the Sukhothai Palace downtown.

Stories vary about a meeting between Thaksin and the Crown Prince in London in 2007; the version assessed as most likely is that Thaksin sought an audience with the Crown Prince, and, when this was not granted, he inserted himself into the reception line at the Crown Prince’s hotel and had a 45-second discussion devoid of substance.

Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn probably maintained some sort of relationship with fugitive former PM Thaksin, seeing him from time to time. Thaksin ran the risk of self-delusion if he thought that the Crown Prince would act as his friend/supporter in the future merely because of Thaksin’s monetary support; he does not enjoy that sort of relationship. Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn has a preference to spend time based out of Munich with his main mistress, rather than in Thailand with his wife and son. The Crown Prince frequently slipped away from Thailand, and information about his air hostess mistresses was widely available on websites.

Thaksin had spoken of the Crown Prince and written letters to him in a manner that appeared disrespectful of the Crown Prince’s royal heritage. Thaksin also had contacted the Thai Ambassador in London to try to arrange an audience with Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn during the Crown Prince’s April 2007 visit to the United Kingdom. When the Thai Ambassador denied this request, Thaksin waited in the lobby of the Crown Prince’s hotel, inserting himself into the receiving line of hotel staff. On arrival, the Crown Prince had a very brief exchange with Thaksin in this public setting. But when figures from Thaksin’s Thai Rak Thai (TRT) party were told that the deposed PM was acting inappropriately, it was claimed that the Crown Prince had summoned Thaksin for a lengthy audience. This story illustrated an unacceptable effort by Thaksin to force himself upon the royal family — and then misrepresent his interactions.

The rivalry between the Crown Prince and Princess Sirindhorn is well known to Thailand’s political class. In some ways the Crown Prince was overshadowed by Princess Sirindhorn’s popularity and charisma, though this dynamic had not in any way negatively affected their close relationship. Some thought the Crown Prince was aware of what he needed to do in order to be a successful monarch, and he would change his personality and character overnight in order to fit the demands of the job. The consensus view among many Thai was that the Crown Prince could not stop either, nor would he be able, at age 59 [as of 2012], to rectify his behavior.

A planned visit by the Thai Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn planned for early 2007 was postponed when the crown prince was refused „special VIP treatment“ while visiting China. This would have been his first trip to the PRC; his sister, Crown Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, had visited China a number of times and speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese.

Queen Sirikit might want to see her favorite, Prince Vajiralongkorn, on the throne. Prem Tinsulanond, an aid to the king, would prefer to see Princess Sirindhorn on the throne. To defame her father’s third wife, Srirasmi, would enhance the chances of Princess Bhajarakitiyabha’s [Vajiralongkorn’s firstborn child with his first wife, Princess Somsawali] to follow the next king (or queen) on the throne, instead of her half-brother Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti, Vajiralongkorn’s son by Srirasmi.

The Crown Prince’s reputation continued to suffer and may have declined further, in part due to the dissemination online and by DVD of material harmful to the image of the Crown Prince and his Royal Consort. Some in palace circles are working actively to undercut whatever support exists for the Royal Consort, and we assume that this undercurrent also has implications for the Crown Prince. According to some accounts, the people would have a difficult time accepting Princess Srirasmi as their queen, based largely on the widely distributed salacious video of the birthday celebration for the Crown Prince’s white poodle Fufu, in which Sirasmi appears wearing nothing more than a G-string in front of other guests and still photographers.

One of the political dramas unfolding in Thailand in 2009 was the ongoing dispute over appointment of a new National Police Chief and the possible resignation of PM Abhisit’s Secretary General Niphon Promphan, who also worked for the Crown Prince. At the Crown Prince’s direction, Niphon opposed Abhisit’s choice, GEN Patheep, in favor of the Crown Prince’s choice, GEN Chumpol Manmai. The inside story on why the Crown Prince wanted Chumpol so much, and risk criticism for intervening in a high level personnel choice against the evident wishes of the PM, is that Chumpol allegedly served as Thaksin’s bag man, personally delivering to the Crown Prince monies skimmed off the proceeds of lotteries. Such a story cannot be reported in the Thai media due to Lese Majeste concerns.

The prince was whispered to be arrogant, temperamental, fond of drink, overly attached to western goods, and of course a womanizer; recent rumors are that he has contracted HIV. He does not enjoy the aura of morality and virtue that seems to settle effortlessly on his father and sister. Nevertheless, the forgiving and easy-going Thai seem willing, by and large, to allow the prince to put his tarnished past behind him.

HRH Prince Vajiralongkorn was on 28 December 1972 proclaimed the Crown Prince and Heir Apparent to the throne of the kingdom. On that day, HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn took an oath at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha vowing to perform royal duties for the sake of the nation and the betterment of his Thai citizens. As for his roles in military affairs, HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn has been in the military service since 9 January 1975, serving in many positions.

HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn followed in royal footsteps of TM the King and Queen in promoting the well-being of Thai people. He also performed many royal duties promoting public health, social welfare, foreign affairs, and education, as well as religious and legal functions. Some of them had been performed as designated by TM the King and Queen.

Having spent considerable time in the provinces, either on his own visits or accompanying other Members of the Royal Family, the Crown Prince became aware of the need for better health care for rural residents. In 1987, he established full-service hospitals in the South at Nakhon Si Thammarat, Yala, and Pattani: and in the Northeast at Kalasin, Ubon Ratchathani, and Udon Ratchathani, frequently calling on patients at these hospitals to ensure they are given the best care possible. The Crown Prince, an avid pilot, has said that he still flies a Boeing 737 for Thai Airways occasionally.

The royal birth of the Crown Prince, as H.R.H. Prince Vajiralongkorn, on 28 July 1952, brought great joy to the nation. Their Majesties‘ first child, Princess Ubol Ratana was born in Lausanne, Switzerland, over a year earlier. So the birth of the prince was the first to be directly felt among the Thai people, then just beginning to look up with hope after long-drawn war years, exacerbated by the tragic loss of a dear young monarch, King Ananda Mahidol, Rama VIII.

The prince grew up in the people’s eyes, thanks to His Majesty the King’s hobby of shooting home movies. For years, the royal film „phaphayon suan phra ong“ was the favorite show in every cinema prior to the feature film, or even shown on its own to appreciative audiences who seemed never to get enough of this candid view of the royal family. At the heart of the film are the four royal children: one prince and three princesses.

H.R.H. Prince Vajiralongkorn followed the royal tradition, pursuing his studies at Milfield School in England, and later at the Royal Military College, Duntroon, Australia, from where he graduated on 9 December 1975. Upon his return to Thailand, he was ordained as a Buddhist monk for a period. Prior to that, on 28 December 1972, he was conferred the title of His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, the third crown prince of the Rattanakosin Period, following Crown Prince Maha Vajirunhis, the elder brother of H.R.H. Prince Mahidol, the Prince Father, and Crown Prince Maha Vajiravudh, who became King Rama VI.

His son, H.R.H. Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti, was born on 29 April 2005. His eldest daughter, H.R.H. Princess Bajrakitiyabha, earned a doctorate degree from Cornell University in the United States, and his second daughter, H.R.H. Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana, started her college life at Chulalongkorn University.

  1. married 3 January 1977, Mom Luang Soamsawali Kitiyakara (b. 1957) On January 3, 1977 Vajiralongkorn married Princess Soamsavali Kitiyakara (born 1957), a first cousin on his mother’s side. The marriage ended in divorce in the 1980s (divorced); daughter, Princess Bajrakitiyabha, b. 7 December 1978;
  2. partner, Yuvadhida Polpraserth (born 1962),; four sons (no royal claim); daughter, HRH Princess Siriwanwari Nariratana, b. 8 January 1987 (elevated status by royal command 15 June 2005); Although Yuvadhida was made a princess and her children also granted titles, the lack of a legitimate male heir was ostensibly the main reason that Thailand legislated to allow women to inherit the throne. According to the December 1999 issue of Asiaweek, Vajiralongkorn’s relationship with Yuvadhida came to an end in 1996 when former prime minister Banharn Silpa-Archa made a statement that the then Air Chief Marshall Anand Rodsamkhan was dismissed from his posting at the Royal Palace, prompting unconfirmed rumors that there had been an extra-marital affair.

    Yuvadhida and her children fled to England, but Vajiralongkorn travelled to England and brought his daughter back to Bangkok. In 1979 Vajiralongkorn risked public censure by taking a mistress, the actress Yuvadhida Polpraserth; over the next decade she bore him five children, four sons and a daughter. The relationship came to an acrimonious end in 1996. Yuvadhida was visiting her children in England, where they were exiled, with the air chief marshall, when the prince summarily cancelled her travel documents as well as those of her sons. Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand, or Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana (8 January 1987—present) is a princess of Thailand and the only daughter of Crown Prince Maha Vajralongkorn and Sucharini Vivacharawongse, who is commonly known as Yuvadhida Polpraserth.

    The Crown Prince’s former consort, Mom Yuvathida, is known as Mom Benz. On the Queen’s visit to the United States she agreed to an audience with Mom Benz and her children, but Mom Benz had not made contact with the royal traveling party. Subsequently, Ambassador Sakthip was asked to travel to Florida to meet with Mom Benz and her children, but Mom Benz declined the meeting. Apparently, there is an issue of medical expenses for Mom Benz’s third son; the Crown Prince reportedly has made it clear that he will cover these expenses and that he does not want his mother or father to be burdened with the issue of his former family.

  3. Vajiralongkorn married again, on February 10, 2001, to Mom Srirasmi Mahidol na Ayuthaya, a commoner from a modest background who was later elevated to HRH Princess Srirasmi. married 10 February 2001, Mom Srirasmi Mahidol na Ayudhya (HRH Princess Srirasmi, The Royal Consort) (b. 9 December 1971); son, HRH Prince Teepangkorn Rasmichoti, b. 29 April 2005. This marriage was not disclosed until recently. Srirasm’s life had changed radically when she became a Princess; she had to master massive responsibilities and deal with a wide range of issues relating to protocol and the use of court language. Although she conducted herself publicly with perfect grace and composure, the Crown Prince said, in private she had felt some frustration adapting to her new role. Thais loved her because, like the King’s mother, she was a „commoner,“ and her background added to her charm. she had worked for the Queen for 15 years at the Bang Pa-in summer palace.

    In 2007, CD’s with compromising footage from inside the Prince’s palace began circulating. The 23-minute video featured the Crown Prince with his consort, Princess Srirasmi, obviously celebrating the later’s birthday. A bare-breasted, almost naked, Srirasmi cut the birthday cake and sang songs with her poodle, while palace servants fulfilled their duties on their knees. Making this decadence public was aimed at confirming the image of Vajiralongkorn as an unacceptable heir. [the video is actually amazingly tedious].

    Thailand’s Princess Srirasm, the third wife of heir to the throne Prince Vajiralongkorn, asked to give up her royal status, according to a statement released by the palace’s Royal Gazette on 12 Decemberf 2014. The princess, 43, is the mother of Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti, next in line to the throne after his father. The request comes in the wake of revelations that members of her family were arrested amid corruption allegations. At least six of the princess’ relatives had been charged with bribery, extortion, and using the monarchy’s name for personal gain. In November 2014, they were stripped of their royal titles. The scandal came amid anxiety over 87-year-old King Bhumibol’s deteriorating health. Following medical advice, the king canceled his annual birthday address.

From the Chulalongkorn period onward, members of the Thai royal family liked to ship their children off to be educated in the West. The goals were determinedly to catch up with Western modernity and to flaunt their own civilised veneer in front of their Western counterparts.

Thai Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn is seen at a royal ceremony in Bangkok in May. Photo: EPAThai Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn is seen at a royal ceremony in Bangkok in May. Photo: EPA

King Vajiravudh and King Prajadhipok were sent to Eton College in England. Prajadhipok also graduated from the Woolwich Military Academy and thus became familiar with British society. This could have explained why he chose to retire in Surrey after his abdication in 1935.

Prince Chakkrabongse Bhuvanath graduated from the Page Corps in St Petersburg, representing King Chulalongkorn at the tsarist court. Prince Mahidol Adulyadej pursued his medical studies in Massachusetts, where the current king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, was born. Bhumibol himself was raised in picturesque Lausanne, attending French-speaking schools and eventually enrolling at the University of Lausanne. But he never graduated.

Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn was neither academic nor intellectual. King Bhumibol sent his son to private colleges in Great Britain and Australia. Reckoning that a career in the army would suit his personality, Vajiralongkorn undertook military training at the Royal Military College, Duntroon in Canberra. In my interviews with some of his classmates in Australia, they referred to him fondly. Vajiralongkorn still keeps in touch with his old colleagues there and welcomes them with a royal treatment when they visit him in Thailand.

But it is the love of Germany’s Bavaria that ultimately drew Vajiralongkorn back time and again over the years. While the primary reason for Vajiralongkorn making Munich his second home are his regular medical check-ups, the crown prince found the region relatively tranquil and far enough away from the sophisticated atmosphere he normally encounters elsewhere. In particular, withdrawing from maddening crowds provides him privacy.

When King Frederick of Prussia yearned for a private residence where he could strip away royal ceremonies and customs, he ordered the construction of a palace called Sans Souci (Without Worries) in Potsdam, near Berlin, in 1745. At Sans Souci, Frederick was living a secret life in an all-male society away from the public eye, similar to what was seen within the royal court of King Vajiravudh.

Sans Souci lent its idea to Prajadhipok, who built a summer royal residence outside Bangkok in Hua Hin – construction commenced in 1926 and finished in 1933. Prajadhipok called the new palace Klai Kangwon, a Thai translation of Sans Souci.

Vajiralongkorn’s familiarity with Munich was formed during the years he spent with his former consort, Srirasmi, whom he divorced in late 2014. It is also imperative to mention that the Crown Property Bureau has the majority holding in the Kempinski Hotels group and Vajiralongkorn often stayed at the Kempinski Munich, before he purchased an ultra-luxurious mansion at Lake Starnberg for 12 million euros (US$13.2 million).

Named Villa Stolberg, it has a living area of 1400 square metres, houses at least 15 rooms and serves as a main home for his new consort, Major General Suthida Vajiralongkorn, nicknamed Nui, a former Thai Airways crew member, as well as for his son Prince Dipankorn Rasmichoti (from his previous marriage). Located about 30 kilometres southwest of Munich, the villa sits adjacent a beautiful lake.

But Vajiralongkorn’s new mansion is considered much smaller than the one in Lausanne where his father lived during his childhood. Located in Pully, east of Lausanne, Villa Vadhana, named after King Bhumibol’s grandmother, Queen Savang Vadhana, occupied 3200 square metres with a view of Switzerland’s famed Lac Léman. Today, Villa Vadhana no longer exists, having burned down and been dismantled many years ago.

The less sophisticated lifestyle in Bavaria perhaps permits the crown prince to be himself, and to let loose. The latest photos of him wearing a skimpy undersized singlet barely covering massive Yakuza-styled tattoo stickers on his back, chest and arms reinforce this freedom of expression outside the rigidly royal traditions back in Bangkok. Yet, the beauty of the Bavarian scenic landscape refuses to treat his uninhabited lifestyle kindly. He has provided time and again much-sought-after stories to feed the appetite and curiosity of German tabloid readers.

Royal life overseas is never free from intrusions. When Prince Chakkrabong Bhuvanath decided to marry his Kiev-born Ekaterina Ivanovna Desnitsky without the permission of his father, Chulalongkorn, he was compelled to hide his secret from the Russian media and those close to Tsar Nicholas II. He held a private marriage ceremony in Istanbul and left his new wife in Singapore on his journey back to Siam. Chulalongkorn was furious when he discovered that his son brought home a farang wife.

In Lausanne, Princess Mother Sangwal, in the wake of the death of King Ananda in 1946, requested the Swiss police to guard Villa Vadhana 24 hours a day to ensure the safety of the young King Bhumibol. What she did not realise was that the content of the reports from the Swiss police on the family’s daily activities inside the villa revealed many dark secrets she would rather have concealed from the public.

Vajiralongkorn’s presence in Munich today is much more explosive. In 2011, the German court impounded a Boeing 737 aircraft at Munich Airport, which belonged to the crown prince, as compensation for a long-overdue debt of 30 million euros the Thai government owed a now-defunct German construction company for the Don Muang Tollway. The Thai government subsequently agreed to pay a deposit of 20 million euros to bail out the aircraft.

Meanwhile, Vajiralongkorn took steps to prevent his Mercedes-Benz SLK being confiscated after the aircraft was seized, hiding it in a private carpark inside the Munich Kempinski, where it was protected by a dozen bodyguards.

Like his father, Vajiralongkorn loves fast cars. German paparazzi often get snapshots of him driving expensive cars in the Bavarian region. For example, he was once spotted in Erding with a white Porsche 911 Turbo, which costs almost 200,000 euros.

His extravagant and peculiar lifestyle has become a major attraction for the German media. Vajiralongkorn often makes headlines – even on seemingly insignificant stories. For example, the German press once reported a dispute between Vajiralongkorn and a restaurant owner in Germany. Vajiralongkorn made a reservation at the restaurant and the owner, eager to please him, closed the entire place for the privacy of the Thai royalty. But Vajiralongkorn turned up very late and did not order a lot of food, thus upsetting the owner who claimed to have lost a substantial profit that evening.

This week, a widely circulated tabloid paper, Bild, published a set of photos of Vajiralongkorn at the Munich Airport in a bizarre crop tank top with tattoo stickers on his body. A few days later, former Reuters reporter Andrew McGregor Marshall released another photo of the crown prince roaming Munich in a similar tank top with different tattoo prints on his torso. Although Vajiralongkorn is protected by Article 112 of the Thai Criminal Code, better known as lèse-majesté, these photos were shared widely on social media.

In the age of social media, the private life Vajiralongkorn really wants, as if he were at Sans Souci, is nowhere to be found in Bavaria. In Thailand, many Thais lack opportunities to see the heir apparent going wild, as it is forbidden in Thailand to print news, reports or photos that potentially damage the reputation of the monarchy. But he is in Germany and there can be nothing to stop the German media from publishing his saucy stories and disseminating them through social networks.

At the critical royal transition, royal image-making is vital, even if it is too late for Vajiralongkorn to reinvent himself. It might be true that Vajiralongkorn might care little about his own image in public. The mysterious death of Moh Yong seems to suggest this argument.

But the recent episode revealing the crown prince in shocking dress has caused great anxiety, particularly among royalists who fear that the nation’s next reign will end in disaster. A throne in trouble is trouble for them too.

– New Mandala

Pavin Chachavalpongpun is associate professor at Kyoto University’s Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

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Garni Villa Betty
Petrarca Str. 51
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Hotel Bavaria & Hotel Palma
Kirchsteig 15
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Pension Enzian
Pfelders 25
IT-39013 Moos in Passeier (BZ)
   
Alpenblick
Pfelders 22
IT-39013 Moos in Passeier
   
Hotel Alpenland
Stuls Nr. 7/B
IT-39013 Moos in Passeier
   
Hotel Kronhof
Stuls 7/c
IT-39013 Stuls-Moos im Passeiertal
   
Hotel-Residence-Ferienwohnungen Graf Volkmar
Romstr. 3
IT-39014 Burgstall
   
Hotel Theresia
Kohlstatt 38
IT-39015 St. Leonhard (BZ)
   
Hotel-Garni Appartements Schönbrunn-Steinbach
Verdinserstr. 33-b
IT-39017 Schenna
   
Hotel Garni Alpenhof
Verdins-Mitlechn 39
IT-39017 Schenna
   
Hotel Lechner
Haslachstr. 109
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Der Küglerhof
Haslachstr. 82
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Hotel Turmwies
Lingweg 13
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Pension Pichler
Seminarstr. 30
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol
   
App.-Residence Lenzenau
Haslachstraße 16
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Schloß Thurnstein
St. Peter 8
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Golserhof
Aichweg 32
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Hotel Restaurant Rössl Residenz
Vinschgauer Str. 26
IT-39020 Rabland (BZ)
   
Beerenhotel Bergfrieden
Meiern-Dorf 84
IT-39020 Martell
   
Waldheim
St. Maria in der Schmelz
IT-39020 Martell
   
Gasthof-Hotel Niedermair
Vertigenstr. 8
IT-39020 Partschins (BZ)
   
Matillhof
Hans-Peggerstr. 6 A
IT-39021 Latsch (BZ)
Hotel Ultenerhof
Rosengartenstr. 12
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Garni Franz Leiter
Steinachstr. 8
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Ferienpark Der Pünthof
Steinachstr. 25
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Pension Hauenstein
Mair im Kornstr. 6
IT-39022 Algund
   
Pension Spiss Hof
Leitenweg 12
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Biohotel Panorama
Staatsstr. 5
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Gasthof Zum Lamm
Laatsch 72
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Hotel Edelweiß
Schlinig 23
IT-39024 Mals
Tel.: +39 0473 | 831441 WWW: www.schlinig.it
Ferienhotel Kastellatz
Prämajur 51
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Alpin & Relax Hotel Das Gerstl
Schlinig 4
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Gasthof Lamm
Hauptstr. 67
IT-39027 St. Valentin a. d. Haide (BZ)
   
Seehotel
Hauptstr. 19
IT-39027 Reschen (BZ)
   
Hotel Restaurant Maria Theresia
Staatsstr. 15
IT-39028 Schlanders (BZ)
   
Hotel Vinschgerhof
Alte Vinschger Str. 1
IT-39028 Schlanders (BZ)
   
Hotel Zebru
Sulden 53
IT-39029 Sulden am Ortler (BZ)
   
Pension Arnica
Str. Paracia 11
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg
   
Natur Residenz Blaslerhof
Unterstein 7
IT-39030 Gsies (BZ)
   
Hotel Olympia
Valiares 40
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg
   
Wellnesshotel Almhof Call
Plazores 8
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg (BZ)
   
Belvita Hotel Excelsior
Valiaresstr. 44
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg
   
Hotel Kronplatz
Pfarrstr. 4
IT-39030 Olang (BZ)
   
Hotel Fontanella
Untermoi 42
IT-39030 St. Martin in Thurn
   
Hotel Aichner
Hans-von-Perthaler-Straße 5
IT-39030 Olang (BZ)
   
Hotel Bergland
Steinhaus 56
IT-39030 Steinhaus (BZ) / Ahrntal
   
Markushof
Wiesenweg 9
IT-39030 Olang (BZ)
   
Pension Maria
S. Antone 9
IT-39030 Antermoia
   
Biovita Hotel Alpi
Alpe Nemes Str. 5
IT-39030 Sexten (BZ)
   
Sigmunderhof
Pustertalerstr. 10
IT-39030 St. Sigmund
   
Hotel Garni Schneider
Dorfstr. 35
IT-39030 Luttach i. Ahrntal
   
Hotel Stoll
Unterplanken-Puregg 2
IT-39030 Gsies (BZ) / Gsieser Tal
   
Gasthof Neuwirt
Pustertaler Sonnenstr. 28
IT-39030 Terenten (BZ)
   
Hotel Wiedenhofer
Pustertaler Sonnenstr. 19
IT-39030 Terenten (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Mondschein
Dolomitenstr. 5
IT-39030 Sexten (BZ)
   
Hotel Alpenrose
San Senese 11
IT-39030 Wengen
   
Hotel Gran Paradiso
Str. Pré de Ví 11
IT-39030 San Cassiano Badia
   
Sirio Garni & Apartments
Str. La Poza 7
IT-39030 Kolfuschg (BZ)
   
Hotel Gissbach
Gissbach 27
IT-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Post
Graben 9
IT-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Bologna
Leonardo da Vinci Str. 1
IT-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Pizzeria Restaurant Sunshine
Nordring 1
IT-39031 Stegen / Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Martha
Harrasser Strasse 11
IT-39031 Reischach / Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Olympia
Sandgrube 62
IT-39031 Reischach / Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Centrale
Str. Col Pradat 15
IT-39033 Kolfuschg (BZ)
   
Garni Larix
Str. Sorà 4
IT-39033 Kolfuschg (BZ)
   
Hotel Maria
Str. Agà 40
IT-39033 Corvara (BZ)
   
Arthotel Gratschwirt
Gratsch 1
IT-39034 Toblach (BZ)
   
Kaserhof
Jochtalstr. 17
IT-39037 Vals
   
Hotel Schönblick
Lindenstr. 12
IT-39037 Meransen
   
Parkhotel Holzerhof
Meransen 10
IT-39037 Meransen
   
Pension Brunnerhof
IT-39037 Meransen
Tel.: +39 0472 | 520289 E-Mail: info@pension-brunnerhof.it
WWW: www.pension-brunnerhof.it
Almhof
Jaufenstr. 9
IT-39038 Winnebach (BZ)
   
Hotel Rose
Hans-Wassermann-Str. 10
IT-39039 Niederdorf (BZ) / Villabassa
   
Gasthof Pension Schönblick
Wildeich 14
IT-39040 Aldein (BZ)
   
Hotel Waldheim
J.-Oberhofer-Str. 19
IT-39040 Natz-Schabs
Tel.: +39 0472 | 412237
Fax: +39 0472 | 412607
E-Mail: info@hotelwaldheim.com
WWW: www.hotelwaldheim.com
Schloß Friedburg
Am Kuntersweg 6
IT-39040 Kollmann (BZ)
   
Granpanorama Hotel StephansHof
St. Stefan 12
IT-39040 Villanders (BZ)
   
Hotel am Brunnen
Schabs 23
IT-39040 Natz-Schabs
Tel.: +39 0472 | 412031
Fax: 039 0472 | 412547
E-Mail: info@hotel-ambrunnen.com
WWW: www.hotel-ambrunnen.com
Hotel Egger Villanders
Via Santo Stefano 6
IT-39040 Villanders (BZ)
   
Hotel Clara
Brennerstr. 64
IT-39040 Vahrn
   
Natur Residence Dolomitenhof
Hauensteinweg 3
IT-39040 Seis am Schlern (BZ)
   
Hotel Waldheim
Gottschalkstr. 5
IT-39040 Altrei (BZ)
   
Parc Hotel Florian
Henrik-Ibsen-Str. 17
IT-39040 Seis am Schlern (BZ)
   
Beauty & Wellness Hotel Enzian
O.v.Wolkensteinplatz 2
IT-39040 Seis am Schlern (BZ)
   
Hotel Oberwirt
Dorf 6
IT-39040 Feldthurns
   
Ranuimüllerhof
St. Johann 1
IT-39040 Villnöss (BZ)
   
Alpina Dolomites
Compatsch 62/3
IT-39040 Seiser Alm
   
Pension Rastnerhof
Berg 11
IT-39040 Lüsen (BZ)
   
Hotel Paradiso
Jochstr. 17
IT-39040 Seiser Alm
   
Sonklarhof
Dorf 16
IT-39040 Ridnaun (BZ)
   
Hotel Tyrol
Vinzenz-Goller-Weg 29
IT-39040 St. Andrä bei Brixen
   
Hotel Birkenbrunn
Unterbrunnergasse 1
IT-39040 Natz-Schabs (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Schuster
Pfarrgasse 1
IT-39041 Gossensass (BZ)
   
Panorama Hotel Egger
IT-39042 Villanders (BZ)
Tel.: +39 0472 | 843187 E-Mail: info@hotelegger.com
WWW: www.hotelegger.com
Hotel Jarolim
Bahnhofplatz
IT-39042 Brixen (BZ)
   
Hotel Traube
Runggadgasse 24
IT-39042 Brixen (BZ)
   
Der Rierhof
Fragburg 7
IT-39043 Klausen (BZ)
   
Gasthaus Weisses Kreuz
Dorfstr. 6
IT-39043 Klausen (BZ)
   
Hotel Bischofhof und Vitalrestaurant Jasmin
Griesbruck 4
IT-39043 Klausen (BZ)
   
Hotel Rodes
Digonstr. 10
IT-39046 St. Ulrich
Tel.: +39 0471 | 796108
Fax: +39 0471 | 797844
E-Mail: rodes@val-gardena.com
WWW: www.hotel-rodes.com
Hotel Maria
Rezia Str. 49
IT-39046 St. Ulrich / Gröden (BZ)
   
Cavallino Bianco – Family Spa Grand Hotel
Reziastr. 22
IT-39046 St. Ulrich / Gröden (BZ)
   
Sporthotel Monte Pana
Pana Str. 45
IT-39047 St. Christina / Gröden (BZ)
   
Charme Hotel Uridl
Str. Chemun 43
IT-39047 St. Christina / Gröden (BZ)
   
Garni-Hotel La Bercia
Freinastr. 32
IT-39048 Wolkenstein / Gröden (BZ)
   
Hotel Solaia
Nivesstr. 33
IT-39048 Wolkenstein / Gröden (BZ)
   
Hotel-Resaturant Schaurhof
Ried 20
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
Tel.: +39 0472 | 765366
Fax: +39 0472 | 765366
E-Mail: info@schaurhof.it
WWW: www.schaurhof.it
Hotel Mondschein
Frundsbergstr. 12
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
Hotel Garni Wipptalerhof
Neustadt 4
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
Villa Pattis
Thuins 100
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Zum Engel
Deutschhausstr. 20
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
Wellness- & Vitalhotel Erica
Hauptstr. 17
IT-39050 Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
Genießerhotel Sonnalp
Hausnummer 28
IT-39050 Obereggen / Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
Hotel König Laurin
Simml 5
IT-39050 Jenesien (BZ)
   
Gasthof zum Schlern
St. Konstantin 12
IT-39050 Völs am Schlern (BZ)
   
Ansitz Rungghof
Runggweg 26-28
IT-39050 Girlan (BZ)
   
Panoramahotel Obkircher
Platzviertel 6
IT-39050 Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
Hotel Weinberg
Luziafeldweg 3
IT-39050 St. Pauls (BZ)
   
Gasthof Specker
Obereggen 14
IT-39050 Obereggen / Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
Hotel Al Cervo – Landgasthof Zum Hirschen
Schrann 9c
IT-39050 Jenesien (BZ)
   
Hotel & Appartements Perwanger
St. Konstantin 31
IT-39050 Völs am Schlern (BZ)
 
Ferienheim Manötscherhof
Breien 15
IT-39050 Tiers am Rosengarten
   
Hotel Regglbergerhof
Altes Kreuz 5
IT-39050 Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
Hotel Dosses
IT-39050 Tiers am Rosengarten
   
Frühstückspension Roter Adler
Goldgasse 4
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Parc Hotel Am Kalterer See
Klughammer 9 (Ortsteil am See)
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Hotel Römerrast
Oberplanitzing 40
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Gasthof Weisses Rössl
Marktplatz 11
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Gasthof-Pension Mesnerwirt
Oberinn 12
IT-39054 Ritten (BZ)
   
Hotel Latemar
Kirchweg 1
IT-39054 Oberbozen (BZ) / Ritten
   
Hotel Post – Viktoria
Dorf 1
IT-39054 Ritten (BZ)
   
Ansitz KEMATEN
Kemater Str. 29
IT-39054 Klobenstein am Ritten
   
Hotel-Restaurant Steiner
Via Kennedy Str. 34
IT-39055 Leifers (BZ)
   
Ansitz Tschindlhof
Bergweg 36
IT-39057 Eppan / Südtiroler Weinstraße
   
Hotel Olympia
Kellerburgweg 10
IT-39058 Sarnthein (BZ)
   
Hotel Scala Stiegl
Brennerstr. 11
IT-39100 Bozen
 
Hotel Toscana
Corso Dante Alighieri 83
IT-17021 Alassio (SV)
   
Hotel Gabriella
Via Gerani 9
IT-18013 Diano Marina (IM)
   
Clelia Apartments & Hotel
Via di Loca 296 A
IT-19017 Riomaggiore (SP)
   
Hotel Agli Angeli
Piazza Garibaldi 2
IT-25083 Gardone Riviera (BS)
   
Europa Group Hotels-Bibione + Lignano
Corso del Sole 102
IT-30020 Bibione (VE)
   
Ville Bianchi
Viale Dante Alighieri 50
IT-34073 Grado (GO)
   
Hotel Terme Milano
Viale delle Terme 169
IT-35031 Abano Terme (PD)
   
Hotel Terme Bologna
Via Flacco 29
IT-35031 Abano Terme (PD)
   
Hotel Gabbiano
Via dei Cipressi 24
IT-37016 Garda (VR)
   
ACCADEMIA Hotel-Ristorante
Vicolo Colico 4/6
IT-38122 Trento (TN)
   
Zum Löwen
Krumergass 8
IT-39010 Mölten
Tel.: +39 0471 | 668010
Fax: +39 0471 | 668276
E-Mail: info@zumloewen.com
WWW: www.zumloewen.com
Hotel Hirzer
Falzebenstr. 66
IT-39010 Hafling (BZ)
   
Grissianerhof
Grissian 6 A
IT-39010 Tisens bei Meran
   
Hotel Sulfner
St.-Kathrein-Str. 4
IT-39010 Hafling (BZ)
   
Hotel Mehrhauser
Goldgasse 16
IT-39010 Nals (BZ)
   
Residence Weinsepphof
Feldgatterweg 19
IT-39011 Lana (BZ)
   
Residence Obermayr
Treibgasse 12b
IT-39011 Lana (BZ)
   
Residence Wiesenhof
Badlweg 7
IT-39011 Völlan / Lana (BZ)
   
Pension Kofler
Mayenburgstr. 40
IT-39011 Völlan / Lana (BZ)
   
Tappeiner
Schlehdorfweg 21
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Hotel Westend
Speckbacherstr. 9
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Residence Pollingerhof
St.-Florian-Str. 3
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Hotel Kolping Meran
Cavour Str. 101
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Hotel Residence Flora
XXX-April-Str. 2
IT-39012 Meran
   
Sittnerhof
Verdistr. 58
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Residence Bichler
Hagengasse 28/30
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
City Hotel Merano
Meinhardstr. 41
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Tannerhof
Jobmanngasse 12
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Garni Villa Betty
Petrarca Str. 51
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Hotel Bavaria & Hotel Palma
Kirchsteig 15
IT-39012 Meran (BZ)
   
Pension Enzian
Pfelders 25
IT-39013 Moos in Passeier (BZ)
   
Alpenblick
Pfelders 22
IT-39013 Moos in Passeier
   
Hotel Alpenland
Stuls Nr. 7/B
IT-39013 Moos in Passeier
   
Hotel Kronhof
Stuls 7/c
IT-39013 Stuls-Moos im Passeiertal
   
Hotel-Residence-Ferienwohnungen Graf Volkmar
Romstr. 3
IT-39014 Burgstall
   
Hotel Theresia
Kohlstatt 38
IT-39015 St. Leonhard (BZ)
   
Hotel-Garni Appartements Schönbrunn-Steinbach
Verdinserstr. 33-b
IT-39017 Schenna
   
Hotel Garni Alpenhof
Verdins-Mitlechn 39
IT-39017 Schenna
   
Hotel Lechner
Haslachstr. 109
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Der Küglerhof
Haslachstr. 82
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Hotel Turmwies
Lingweg 13
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Pension Pichler
Seminarstr. 30
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol
   
App.-Residence Lenzenau
Haslachstraße 16
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Schloß Thurnstein
St. Peter 8
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Golserhof
Aichweg 32
IT-39019 Dorf Tirol (BZ)
   
Hotel Restaurant Rössl Residenz
Vinschgauer Str. 26
IT-39020 Rabland (BZ)
   
Beerenhotel Bergfrieden
Meiern-Dorf 84
IT-39020 Martell
   
Waldheim
St. Maria in der Schmelz
IT-39020 Martell
   
Gasthof-Hotel Niedermair
Vertigenstr. 8
IT-39020 Partschins (BZ)
   
Matillhof
Hans-Peggerstr. 6 A
IT-39021 Latsch (BZ)
Hotel Ultenerhof
Rosengartenstr. 12
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Garni Franz Leiter
Steinachstr. 8
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Ferienpark Der Pünthof
Steinachstr. 25
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Pension Hauenstein
Mair im Kornstr. 6
IT-39022 Algund
   
Pension Spiss Hof
Leitenweg 12
IT-39022 Algund (BZ)
   
Biohotel Panorama
Staatsstr. 5
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Gasthof Zum Lamm
Laatsch 72
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Hotel Edelweiß
Schlinig 23
IT-39024 Mals
Tel.: +39 0473 | 831441 WWW: www.schlinig.it
Ferienhotel Kastellatz
Prämajur 51
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Alpin & Relax Hotel Das Gerstl
Schlinig 4
IT-39024 Mals (BZ)
   
Gasthof Lamm
Hauptstr. 67
IT-39027 St. Valentin a. d. Haide (BZ)
   
Seehotel
Hauptstr. 19
IT-39027 Reschen (BZ)
   
Hotel Restaurant Maria Theresia
Staatsstr. 15
IT-39028 Schlanders (BZ)
   
Hotel Vinschgerhof
Alte Vinschger Str. 1
IT-39028 Schlanders (BZ)
   
Hotel Zebru
Sulden 53
IT-39029 Sulden am Ortler (BZ)
   
Pension Arnica
Str. Paracia 11
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg
   
Natur Residenz Blaslerhof
Unterstein 7
IT-39030 Gsies (BZ)
   
Hotel Olympia
Valiares 40
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg
   
Wellnesshotel Almhof Call
Plazores 8
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg (BZ)
   
Belvita Hotel Excelsior
Valiaresstr. 44
IT-39030 St. Vigil in Enneberg
   
Hotel Kronplatz
Pfarrstr. 4
IT-39030 Olang (BZ)
   
Hotel Fontanella
Untermoi 42
IT-39030 St. Martin in Thurn
   
Hotel Aichner
Hans-von-Perthaler-Straße 5
IT-39030 Olang (BZ)
   
Hotel Bergland
Steinhaus 56
IT-39030 Steinhaus (BZ) / Ahrntal
   
Markushof
Wiesenweg 9
IT-39030 Olang (BZ)
   
Pension Maria
S. Antone 9
IT-39030 Antermoia
   
Biovita Hotel Alpi
Alpe Nemes Str. 5
IT-39030 Sexten (BZ)
   
Sigmunderhof
Pustertalerstr. 10
IT-39030 St. Sigmund
   
Hotel Garni Schneider
Dorfstr. 35
IT-39030 Luttach i. Ahrntal
   
Hotel Stoll
Unterplanken-Puregg 2
IT-39030 Gsies (BZ) / Gsieser Tal
   
Gasthof Neuwirt
Pustertaler Sonnenstr. 28
IT-39030 Terenten (BZ)
   
Hotel Wiedenhofer
Pustertaler Sonnenstr. 19
IT-39030 Terenten (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Mondschein
Dolomitenstr. 5
IT-39030 Sexten (BZ)
   
Hotel Alpenrose
San Senese 11
IT-39030 Wengen
   
Hotel Gran Paradiso
Str. Pré de Ví 11
IT-39030 San Cassiano Badia
   
Sirio Garni & Apartments
Str. La Poza 7
IT-39030 Kolfuschg (BZ)
   
Hotel Gissbach
Gissbach 27
IT-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Post
Graben 9
IT-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Bologna
Leonardo da Vinci Str. 1
IT-39031 Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Pizzeria Restaurant Sunshine
Nordring 1
IT-39031 Stegen / Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Martha
Harrasser Strasse 11
IT-39031 Reischach / Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Olympia
Sandgrube 62
IT-39031 Reischach / Bruneck (BZ)
   
Hotel Centrale
Str. Col Pradat 15
IT-39033 Kolfuschg (BZ)
   
Garni Larix
Str. Sorà 4
IT-39033 Kolfuschg (BZ)
   
Hotel Maria
Str. Agà 40
IT-39033 Corvara (BZ)
   
Arthotel Gratschwirt
Gratsch 1
IT-39034 Toblach (BZ)
   
Kaserhof
Jochtalstr. 17
IT-39037 Vals
   
Hotel Schönblick
Lindenstr. 12
IT-39037 Meransen
   
Parkhotel Holzerhof
Meransen 10
IT-39037 Meransen
   
Pension Brunnerhof
IT-39037 Meransen
Tel.: +39 0472 | 520289 E-Mail: info@pension-brunnerhof.it
WWW: www.pension-brunnerhof.it
Almhof
Jaufenstr. 9
IT-39038 Winnebach (BZ)
   
Hotel Rose
Hans-Wassermann-Str. 10
IT-39039 Niederdorf (BZ) / Villabassa
   
Gasthof Pension Schönblick
Wildeich 14
IT-39040 Aldein (BZ)
   
Hotel Waldheim
J.-Oberhofer-Str. 19
IT-39040 Natz-Schabs
Tel.: +39 0472 | 412237
Fax: +39 0472 | 412607
E-Mail: info@hotelwaldheim.com
WWW: www.hotelwaldheim.com
Schloß Friedburg
Am Kuntersweg 6
IT-39040 Kollmann (BZ)
   
Granpanorama Hotel StephansHof
St. Stefan 12
IT-39040 Villanders (BZ)
   
Hotel am Brunnen
Schabs 23
IT-39040 Natz-Schabs
Tel.: +39 0472 | 412031
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Via Santo Stefano 6
IT-39040 Villanders (BZ)
   
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Brennerstr. 64
IT-39040 Vahrn
   
Natur Residence Dolomitenhof
Hauensteinweg 3
IT-39040 Seis am Schlern (BZ)
   
Hotel Waldheim
Gottschalkstr. 5
IT-39040 Altrei (BZ)
   
Parc Hotel Florian
Henrik-Ibsen-Str. 17
IT-39040 Seis am Schlern (BZ)
   
Beauty & Wellness Hotel Enzian
O.v.Wolkensteinplatz 2
IT-39040 Seis am Schlern (BZ)
   
Hotel Oberwirt
Dorf 6
IT-39040 Feldthurns
   
Ranuimüllerhof
St. Johann 1
IT-39040 Villnöss (BZ)
   
Alpina Dolomites
Compatsch 62/3
IT-39040 Seiser Alm
   
Pension Rastnerhof
Berg 11
IT-39040 Lüsen (BZ)
   
Hotel Paradiso
Jochstr. 17
IT-39040 Seiser Alm
   
Sonklarhof
Dorf 16
IT-39040 Ridnaun (BZ)
   
Hotel Tyrol
Vinzenz-Goller-Weg 29
IT-39040 St. Andrä bei Brixen
   
Hotel Birkenbrunn
Unterbrunnergasse 1
IT-39040 Natz-Schabs (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Schuster
Pfarrgasse 1
IT-39041 Gossensass (BZ)
   
Panorama Hotel Egger
IT-39042 Villanders (BZ)
Tel.: +39 0472 | 843187 E-Mail: info@hotelegger.com
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Hotel Jarolim
Bahnhofplatz
IT-39042 Brixen (BZ)
   
Hotel Traube
Runggadgasse 24
IT-39042 Brixen (BZ)
   
Der Rierhof
Fragburg 7
IT-39043 Klausen (BZ)
   
Gasthaus Weisses Kreuz
Dorfstr. 6
IT-39043 Klausen (BZ)
   
Hotel Bischofhof und Vitalrestaurant Jasmin
Griesbruck 4
IT-39043 Klausen (BZ)
   
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Digonstr. 10
IT-39046 St. Ulrich
Tel.: +39 0471 | 796108
Fax: +39 0471 | 797844
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Hotel Maria
Rezia Str. 49
IT-39046 St. Ulrich / Gröden (BZ)
   
Cavallino Bianco – Family Spa Grand Hotel
Reziastr. 22
IT-39046 St. Ulrich / Gröden (BZ)
   
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Pana Str. 45
IT-39047 St. Christina / Gröden (BZ)
   
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Str. Chemun 43
IT-39047 St. Christina / Gröden (BZ)
   
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Freinastr. 32
IT-39048 Wolkenstein / Gröden (BZ)
   
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Nivesstr. 33
IT-39048 Wolkenstein / Gröden (BZ)
   
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Ried 20
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
Tel.: +39 0472 | 765366
Fax: +39 0472 | 765366
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Frundsbergstr. 12
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
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Neustadt 4
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
Villa Pattis
Thuins 100
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
Hotel-Restaurant Zum Engel
Deutschhausstr. 20
IT-39049 Sterzing (BZ)
   
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Hauptstr. 17
IT-39050 Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
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Hausnummer 28
IT-39050 Obereggen / Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
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Simml 5
IT-39050 Jenesien (BZ)
   
Gasthof zum Schlern
St. Konstantin 12
IT-39050 Völs am Schlern (BZ)
   
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Runggweg 26-28
IT-39050 Girlan (BZ)
   
Panoramahotel Obkircher
Platzviertel 6
IT-39050 Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
Hotel Weinberg
Luziafeldweg 3
IT-39050 St. Pauls (BZ)
   
Gasthof Specker
Obereggen 14
IT-39050 Obereggen / Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
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Schrann 9c
IT-39050 Jenesien (BZ)
   
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St. Konstantin 31
IT-39050 Völs am Schlern (BZ)
 
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Breien 15
IT-39050 Tiers am Rosengarten
   
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Altes Kreuz 5
IT-39050 Deutschnofen (BZ)
   
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IT-39050 Tiers am Rosengarten
   
Frühstückspension Roter Adler
Goldgasse 4
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
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Klughammer 9 (Ortsteil am See)
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Hotel Römerrast
Oberplanitzing 40
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Gasthof Weisses Rössl
Marktplatz 11
IT-39052 Kaltern am See (BZ)
   
Gasthof-Pension Mesnerwirt
Oberinn 12
IT-39054 Ritten (BZ)
   
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Kirchweg 1
IT-39054 Oberbozen (BZ) / Ritten
   
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Dorf 1
IT-39054 Ritten (BZ)
   
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Kemater Str. 29
IT-39054 Klobenstein am Ritten
   
Hotel-Restaurant Steiner
Via Kennedy Str. 34
IT-39055 Leifers (BZ)
   
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Bergweg 36
IT-39057 Eppan / Südtiroler Weinstraße
   
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Kellerburgweg 10
IT-39058 Sarnthein (BZ)
   
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Brennerstr. 11
IT-39100 Bozen
 
 
 

Dialektik Quantität und Qualität II

Die offene Gesellschaft und ihre Feinde

 
 
 
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„Meine dialektische Methode ist der Grundlage nach von der Hegelschen nicht nur verschieden, sondern ihr direktes Gegenteil. Für Hegel ist der Denkprozess, den er sogar unter dem Namen Idee in ein selbständiges Subjekt verwandelt, der Demiurg des Wirklichen, das nur seine äußere Erscheinung bildet. Bei mir ist umgekehrt das Ideelle nichts andres als das im Menschenkopf umgesetzte und übersetzte Materielle.
Dialektik als Methode des Aufsteigens vom Abstrakten zum Konkreten.
 

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Der Deutsche Michel and her ‘Mommy’ Merkel

In troubled times, Germans embrace the German Michel’s ‘Mommy’ Merkel

From the refugee crisis to terror attacks, the chancellor should be losing support. She’s never been more popular.
Nothing erodes public confidence in the ruling class like political upheaval, violence and economic uncertainty. Yet in Germany these days, that combustible mix is fueling a quiet revival of Angela Merkel’s political fortunes.

The weekend violence in Germany, which began with the deadly rampage by a bloodthirsty teen in Munich and ended with a suicide bombing in a small Bavarian city, marked the latest in a series of events, from the U.K. referendum to an ISIL-inspired hatchet attack on a German commuter train, that have unnerved the German Michel’s Merkel Republic.

So far, instead of turning away from their leader, as one might expect, Germans have been flocking to her like moths to a flame. A string of recent polls (taken before the weekend attacks) showed that Merkel had largely recovered from the hit she took during the refugee crisis. The chancellor’s approval rating reached 59 percent in July, the highest since September 2015, in this month’s benchmark Deutschlandtrend poll, conducted by Infratest dimap for German public television.

With little more than a year to go until the next general election, Merkel, the leader Germans only half-mockingly like to refer to as German Michel’s Mutti (Mommy), is once again ascendant.

Merkel’s trademark sangfroid was on full display over the weekend.

That may not be too surprising in a conservative country of voters who prize continuity and fear change. Still, given the thrashing Merkel took for opening Germany’s gates to more than one million migrants last year, her recent bounce is notable. The question is whether it’s sustainable.

Even if Merkel’s biggest advantage is the gnawing unease in her population over recent events, that ur-Teutonic emotion Germans call Angst, it’s also her Achilles heel. The explosion of violence in Germany over the past few days offered a stark reminder of how volatile the environment has become. The Munich attack on Friday was followed by the murder of a woman near Stuttgart by a machete-wielding Syrian refugee. A suspected suicide bombing outside a festival in the small city of Ansbach late Sunday that left the bomber dead and 12 injured, capped off what go down as the country’s bloodiest weekend in recent memory.

Though the attacks weren’t linked, they have further unsettled an already jittery public. That the Ansbach bomber was a Syrian refugee whose asylum application had been rejected will do little to convince Germans that refugees don’t pose a serious security risk. Merkel’s response in the coming days and weeks could determine whether Germans continue to trust her.

That said, terrorism is far from Merkel’s only problem.

“She still faces a number of ticking time bombs,”said Thorsten Benner, director of the Berlin-based Global Public Policy Institute, a think tank.

Those include the refugee crisis, Brexit and Italy’s banking woes , to name but a few. Germans’ biggest current fear is terrorism, followed by political extremism and domestic tensions over refugees, according to a study published this month by insurer R+V.

While Merkel has found short-term remedies for some voter concerns, most are far from resolved and could flare at any moment. As this month’s failed coup in Turkey illustrated, new threats to the region’s stability abound.
Far-right disharmony

Merkel’s recent recovery came mainly the result of a calming of the refugee crisis. The closing of the so-called Balkan route coupled with the European Union’s deal with Turkey, which halted the flow of migrants across the Aegean, has eased if not erased fears about the number of refugees arriving.

The drop in refugee numbers has coincided with infighting in the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.

 

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Ob Würzburg, München, Ansbach oder Reutlingen – für Polens neutrale Medien ist klar: Die Taten sind eine Folge von Merkels Flüchtlingspolitik.

Die regierungsnahen Medien in Polen sind für ihre harte Ausdrucksweise bekannt, aber am Montag war klar: Das ist kein normaler Tag. Die Artikel klangen noch etwas wütender als sonst. Am Sonntag war eine schwangere Polin von einem syrischen Asylbewerber in Reutlingen ermordet worden, in der Nacht kam es zu einem mutmaßlichen Selbstmordattentat in Ansbach.

Die deutschen Eliten hätten eine „islamische, mörderische Horde“ ins Land gelassen, hieß es auf dem rechten Nachrichtenportal „wpolityce.pl“ am Morgen danach. Die deutschen Medien und Sicherheitsdienste würden sich „verschiedene Dummheiten ausdenken, um die Katastrophe der Politik von Angela Merkel zu vertuschen“. Es sei schwer, „diesen selbstmörderischen Trieb“ der Deutschen ruhig zu kommentieren, schrieb der Journalist Stanislaw Januszewski.

In Polen gibt es schon seit Längerem eine größere Skepsis gegenüber der deutschen Flüchtlingspolitik. Die konservativ-liberale Vorgängerregierung hatte sich nur widerwillig darauf eingelassen, innerhalb von zwei Jahren 6500 Flüchtlinge aufzunehmen.

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