Book Fair in Leipzig Saxony Germany 2017

Book Fair Leipzig 2017 in Saxony, Germany’s second-largest book event and the spring event of the book and media branch, guest country was Lithuania. Authors, readers, media representatives and publisher got together to exchange and to discover the world of books.

Die Leipziger Buchmesse ist heute nach der Frankfurter Buchmesse die zweitgrößte Deutschlands und neben der Automesse Auto Mobil International sowie der universellen Mustermesse, die bis nach der Wiedervereinigung bestand, die bekannteste Messe Leipzigs. Sie findet alljährlich Mitte März auf dem Gelände der Leipziger Messe statt, 2018 zwischen dem 15. und 18. März. Als erster großer Branchentreff des Jahres gilt sie mit der Präsentation der Neuerscheinungen des Frühjahres als wichtiger Impulsgeber für den Büchermarkt.


Cultural Economical Educational Scientific and Social Facebook Groups

Enjoy a remix for Rooftop Greening Sessions Barcelona, Spain

Welcome to our social, cultural, economical, educational, scientific and friendly network. Join our groups, exchange and share together!

Learn and Understand Your Freedoms

Learn and understand your freedoms.

Carl Sagan – Who Speaks For Earth?

A must watch by Carl Sagan. Spend the time to watch the entire video…

Posted by Freedom To Think on Mittwoch, 21. Januar 2015

World Press Freedom Index:
Index of Economic Freedom:

Interplanetary Internet – Next Generation Network For Earth And Space

Interplanetary Internet Logo

Most have already heard of Satellite Internet Services to get access provided through communications satellites. Since decades different providers offering One-Way Terrestrial Return Satellite Internet Systems based on conventional Internet access over the provider for upstream and downstream directly via satellite. Two-Way Satellite Internet Services can send and receive data from a remote terminal via satellite to a hub telecommunications port which then relays data via the terrestrial Internet. The old and actual services are expensive and unsuitable for mobile. Another method is the Internet via satellite phone, but modern models or services only reach data rates of some kbit/s upstream and downstream. This will change with the next generation of the Internet, the Interplanetary Internet. This new network is an expansion of the current Internet into near-earth space. The first developers and companies of the new Internet are Greg Wyler’s OneWeb, Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic. These three competitors have their own plans and solutions to connect the whole world with this new Internet from Space. Future generations will expand this network to other planets and into deep space, this will be the Solar System Internet and the Galactic Internet. More detailed information you can find on the Wikipedia articles ‘Satellite Internet Access’, ‘Interplanetary Internet’ and the official information portal.More detailed information you can find on the Wikipedia articles ‘Satellite Internet Access’, ‘Interplanetary Internet’ and the official information portal.


Tax And Justice – Human Rights In Germany

Steuern und Gerechtigkeit / Menschenrechte in Deutschland:,,,,
I’m in danger, it’s very hard for me since end of the last year. Some institutions like GEMA and tax office in Leipzig threaten my life,
even though i’m living the last years below the subsistence level partly near the poverty line. They ignore my situation although they know I’m self-employed person and had it hard the last years. So for example they know my Schufa and can exchange data with the Jobcenter, from where I get my social benefits because I don’t earn or earned enough to live from.
I’m really disappointed about this system or humans who suppress and harm poor people, even they know it. No trust and ignorance, this has nothing to do with democracy or a constitutional state. There are so many iniquitous trials and convictions against truthers like human rights activists and critics. All this ignorance, jealousy, mistrust and hate – more and more turn into negative and brainwashed zombies. It’s really not easy for me to keep on my work on my social projects and of course on my main project. Since weeks I’m blocked by these institutions. Here you can read my complete statement in english/german:

The truth that is suppressed by friends is the readiest weapon of the enemy. – Robert Louis Stevenson
A peace that depends on fear is nothing but a suppressed war.
– Henry Van Dyke
And that is my definition of democracy, the right to be in a minority and not be suppressed. – Lee Harvey Oswald

Das Schwierigste, was es in der Welt zu verstehen gilt, ist die Einkommensteuer. – Albert Einstein

If you hear here longer than a week nothing from me,
then there is something wrong, but you can try
to reach me over all my other channels.


Since end of last year I informed a lot of international aid agencies, associations and lawyers and deposited all information for security. All parties and persons concerned will be reported to the International Court of Justice and Human Rights Council. I have to do with many important people, organisations and also governments because of our projects, but I can’t really work, my home was searched and the door lock exchanged (02/10/2016).

Corrupt practices and the truth will be revealed and published. After this terror, injustice, threats to life and violence against me I really lost any trust in this constitutional state. If the situation don’t gets better I will go into exile.

Also read:

Don’t Make War Play Video Games

Today i declare my new quotes: Don’t make war play video games! 🙂
or “Don’t make war, make music or play video games!” or maybe “Don’t make war, play and make music or video games.” or what do you think? 😉

Enjoy a round Space Tanks, download and play free:

Thank You And Please In Many Languages

God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say ‘thank you?’ – William Arthur Ward
‘Thank you’ is the best prayer that anyone could say. I say that one a lot. Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility, understanding. – Alice Walker
Music is love, love is music, music is life, and I love my life. Thank you and good night. – A. J. McLean


Abenaki Wiliwni
Abkhaz Иҭабуп (It̢abup)
Adyghe Тхьауегъэпсэу (sg)
Тхьашъуегъэпсэу (pl)
Тхьаегъэпсэу (>m/f)
Тхьаегъэпсэух (>pl)
Afrikaans Dankie
Baie dankie Dis ‘n plesier
Ainu Hioy’oy
Alabama Alíila
Albanian (Gheg) Falimin-nerit
Shum faliminerit S’kä përse
Albanian (Tosk) Falemenderit
Shumë falemenderit S’ka përse
Aleut Qaĝaasakung
Aklan Saeamat
Saeamat gid
Saeamat nga abu
Abu’ng saeamat
Saeamat kimo Owa it ano man
Indi mo eon pagmitla-ngon
Alsatian Mersi
Vielmohls mersi ‘S esch nitt de Wart
‘S esch (schon) güet
Amharic አመሰግናለሁ (amäsäggänallähw) – I praise you
በጣም አመሰግናለሁን (bäṭam amäsäggänallähun) ምንም አይደለም (mənəm aydälläm) – it is nothing
ችግር የለም (čəggər yälläm) – there is no problem
Apache Apache
(Egyptian) (shukrān) ﺷﻜﺮﺍﹰ
(mut shakkrān) متشكّرين
(shukrān gazēlan) ﺷﻜﺮﺍﹰ جزيلاً (‘afwan) عفواً
(Lebanese) Chokran Tekram
(Modern Standard) (shukran) شكرا
(shukran jazīlan) شكرا جزيل (al’afw) ألعفو
(Moroccan) (shukran) ﺷﻜﺮﺍ
(shukran bezzef) شكرا بزاف (bla zhmīl) بلا جميل
(la shukran ʿla wazhb) لا شكرا علي واجب
(barak llāhū fīk) بارك الله في
Aragonese Grazias
Aramaic Tawdi sagi
Arapaho Hohóu
(Eastern) մերսի (Mersi)
(Shnorhakalutyun) vfrm խնդրեմ (Khndrem)
չարժե (Chʻarzhe)
Ոչինչ է (Vochinch e)
(Western) Մերսի: (Mersee)
Շնորհակալ եմ:
(Shnorhagal em) frm խնդրեմ (Khndrem)
չարժե (Chʻarzhe)
Ոչինչ է (Vochinch e)
Aromanian Hristo
Hristo multu
Assamese ধন্যবাদ (ḍhonyobaaḍ)
Asturian Gracies
Munches gracies De nada
Atikamekw Mikwetc
Aymara Juspajaraña
Azeri Təşəkkür edirəm
Çox sağ ol
Çox sağ olun (pl) Buyurun
Balinese Suksema (inf)
Matur suksema (frm)
Basque Eskerrik asko
Mila esker
Esker aunitz Ez da eser
Batak Mauliate
Bavarian Daq ce
‘Geids god (frm)
Measse (inf) Basd co
Seq s’ god (frm)
Belarusian Дзякуй (Dziakuy)
Дзякую вам (Dziakuyu vam)
Шчыры дзякуй (Ščyry dzjakuj) Няма за што (Nyama za shto)
Bemba Tsikomo
Bengali ধন্যবাদ (dhonnobad)
Bhojpuri धन्वाद (dhanvaad) कोई ना (koi naa)
Bislama Tangkiu
Blackfoot ᖹᒧᐧᖹᖱᔪᒣᖽ (nitsíniiyi’taki)
Bosnian Hvala
Hvala lijepa Nema na čemu!
Breton Trugarez
Trugarez vras Netra
Mann bet
Bulgarian благодаря (blagodarya)
Мерси (Mersi) inf
Благодаря ти (blagodarya ti) – sg/inf
благодаря ви (blagodarya vi) – pl/frm
благодаря ви много (blagodarya vi mnogo)
Много благодаря (mnogo blagodarya)
Много Ви благодаря (mnogo vi blagodarya) добре дошъл (dobre došãl)
Няма защо (Njama zašto)
Моля (Molja)
Burmese ေက်းဇူးတန္ပါတယ္။ (cè-zù tin-ba-deh) ရပါတယ်။ (ya-ba-deh)
Cape Verdean Creole Obrigadu Di nada
Catalan Gràcies
Moltes gràcies
Mercès De res
Cebuano Salamat
Salamat kaayo Ok ra to oy
Ok ra to uy
Wala ra to oy
Wala ra to uy
Walay sapayan
(Guam dialect) Si Yu’us Må’åse’ (God have mercy) Buen probechu
(North Marianas dialect) Si Yu’us ma’ase (God have mercy) Buen prubechu
Chechen Barkalla
Cherokee ᏩᏙ (Wado) ᎬᎵᎡᎵᎦ (Gvlieliga)
Cheyenne Néá’eše
Chichewa Zikomo
(Cantonese) 多謝 (dòjeh) – for a gift
唔該 (m̀hgòi) – for a service 唔駛 (m̀hsái)
唔駛客氣 (m̀hsái haakhei)
冇問題 (móuh mahntàih)
(Hakka) 多謝 (do1sia5)
感謝 (gam3sia5) 唔駛客氣 (m1sii3 hak7hi5)
(Mandarin) 謝謝 [谢谢] (xièxie)
感謝你 [感谢你] (gǎnxiè nǐ)
非常感謝你 (fēicháng gǎnxiè nǐ) 不客氣 [不客气] (bú kèqi)
不用謝 [不用谢] (bú yòng xiè)
沒關係 [没关系] (méi guānxi)
沒問題 [没问题] (méi wèntí)
(Shanghainese) 谢谢 (xxia2 xxia5)
谢谢侬 (xxia2 xxia5 nong2) 勿要谢 (vio jia)
没关系 (mak5 gue3 xi1)
勿要客气 (vio khaqchih)
没事体俄 (meq zyhthih req)
覅客气 (viô-khaqchi)
覅谢得个 (viô-jâ teqreq)
霞霞侬 (xiaxianong)
(Taiwanese) 多謝 (to-siā)
感謝 (kám-siā)
撈力 (ló làt) 免客氣 (bián kheh-khì)
熟似 (se̍k-sāi)
(Teochew) joi7 謝 (joi7 sia7)
感謝 (gam2 sia7) 免客气
(miang6 ket8-ki3)
(mai5 ket8-ki3)
Chipewyan Mársi
Marsi tchógh
Dégharé marsi nénesdhen Sughuá hásįlá
Choctaw Chi̱ yakōkilih chi̱toh (frm) Yakokih (inf)
Cimbrian Vorbàis Gott!
Comanche Ura
Cornish Meur ras
Durdaladawhy (MC)
Merastawhy (MC) Heb grev (no problem)
Wolkomm os ta
Corsican À ringraziavvi / Vi ringraziu Di nunda
Cree ᑲᓇᓇᐢᑯᒥᑎᐣ (kinana’skomitin)
ᒦᒃᐌᒡ (mîkwêc)
Croatian Hvala
Hvala lijepa Nema na čemu
Crow Ahó
Cuyonon Salamat
Matamang Salamat Ara anoman
Ara sapayan
Ara dato
Ara dan
Czech Dík (inf)
Díky (inf)
Dĕkuju (inf)
Dĕkuju pĕknĕ (inf)
Dĕkuji (frm)
Dĕkuji vám (frm)
Dĕkuji pĕknĕ (frm)
Dĕkuji vám mnohokrát
Mockrát dĕkuji (frm)
Děkuji nastotisíckrát (frm) Prosím, nemáte zač
Není zač
Rádo se stalo
Danish Tak
Mange tak
Tusind tak (thousand thanks)
Tak for … (thanks for …) Det var så lidt
Ingen årsag
Maldivian (shukuriyyaa) ޝުކުރިއްޔާ Maruhabaa
Dinka Yin aca leec
Dutch Dank u
Dank u wel (frm)
Dank je wel (inf)
Dank u zeer (thank you very much)
Duizendmaal dank (thousand times thanks) Graag gedaan
Geen dank
Efik Sọsọŋọ
Elfdalian Tákk
English (British) Thank you
Thank you very much
Thanks a lot (inf)
Thanks (inf)
Ta (inf)
Cheers (inf) You’re welcome
You’re very welcome
Don’t mention it
No problem
No worries
Esperanto Dankon
Dankegon Nedankinde
Estonian Tänan
Tänan teid
Tänan teid väga
Suur aitäh Pole tänu väärt
Võta heaks
Ewe Akpe Akpe melio
Mesu akpe o
Faroese Takk
Takk fyri Tað var so lítið
Fijian Vinaka
Vinaka vaka levu
Finnish Kiitos
Kiitoksia oikein paljon Eipä kestä
Eipä kestä kiittää
Flemish (West) Merci
French Merci
Merci beaucoup De rien
Il n’y a pas de quoi
Je vous en prie
Avec plaisir
À votre service
Frisian (North) Foole tunk
Frisian (West) Tankewol
Tankje wol
Tige tank Gjin probleem
Nimme net kwea ôf
Friulian Graciis Di bant
Di nuie
Galician Grazas
Moitas grazas De nada
Non hai de que
Garo Mitela Aiao! Mamungba ong’ja na’a!
Georgian გმადლობთ (gmadlobt)
დიდი მადლობა (didi madloba) არაფერს (arapers)
German Danke
Danke schön
Vielen Dank
Tausend Dank
Danke vielmals
Recht schönen Dank
Ich danke dir
Ich danke Ihnen
Ich bin sehr dankbar für…
Ich bin dir sehr dankbar für…
Ich bin Ihnen sehr dankbar für…
Mit tiefer Dankbarkeit Bitte
Bitte schön
Bitte sehr
Nichts zu danken
Greek (Modern) Ευχαριστώ (Efharistó )
Ευχαριστώ πολύ (Efharistó polí) Παρακαλώ (Parakaló)
Greenlandic Qujanaq
Qujanarsuaq Illillu (sg)
Ilisillu (pl)
Guarani Aguyje
Gujarati ધન્યવાદ (dhanyavaad)
આભાર (aabhar) તમારું સ્વાગત છ (tamaarūṃ svaagata cha)
Haida Háw’aa
Haitian Creole Mesi
Mesi ampil Merite
De ryen
Hausa Na gode Ba kome
Hawaiian Mahalo
Mahalo nui
Mahalo iā ʻoe
Mahalo nui loa
ʻAʻole pilikia
He mea iki
Ka hauʻoli naʻu
Hebrew (rav todot) רב תודות (toda) תודה
(toda rabah) תודה רבה (bevakasha) בבקשה
Hindi Thanks (inf)
धन्यवाद (dhanyavād) – frm
आभारी हुँ (ābhārī hōṅ) – frm [silence/smile]
कोई बात नहीं (koi bāt nahiṅ)
Hmong (White) Ua tsaug Tsis ua licas (it’s nothing)
Zoo siab pab (happy to help)
Hungarian Köszi
Köszönöm szépen Szívesen
Nincs mit
Icelandic Takk
Takk fyrir
Þakka þér fyrir
Kærar þakkir Það var ekkert
Igbo ịmela; dalụ ndewo
Iloko Pagyamanan
Indonesian Terima kasih
Terima kasih banyak
Makasih (vinf) Kembali
Dengan senang hati
Ingush Barkal (thanks)
Barkal xalda hwuona (thanks be to you)
Saagha xalda hwa (thank you very much)
Deala reaza xalda hwuona (thank you very much)
Interlingua Gratias
Multe gratias Il es nihil
Inuktitut ᖁᔭᓇᐃᓐᓂ (Quyanainni)
ᖁᐅᓇ (Quana)
ᒪ’ᓇ (Ma’na)
ᖁᔭᓐᓇᒦᒃ (Qujannamiik)
ᓇᑯᕐᒦᒃ (Nakurmiik) ᐃᓛᓕ (Ilaali)
Iñupiaq Quyanaq
Taikuuqpauraq Akuqtuġikpiñ
Irish (Gaelic) Go raibh maith agat (sg)
Go raibh maith agaibh (pl)
Go raibh míle maith agat (sg)
Go raibh míle maith agaibh (pl)
Gura míle (inf) ’Sé do bheatha
Ná habair é
Tá fáilte romhat
Italian Grazie
Molte grazie
Grazie mille Prego
Italian (Roman dialect) Grazzie
Japanese どうも (dōmo)
ありがとう (arigatō)
ありがとうございます (arigatō gozaimasu)
どうもありがとう (dōmo arigatō)
どうもありがとうございます (dōmo arigatō gozaimasu) どう致しまして / どういたしまして (dō itashimashite)
Javanese Matur nuwun (Kromo Inggil)
Trim (Ngoko) Sami-sami (Kromo Inggil)
Pạdhạ-pạdhạ (Ngoko)
Jèrriais Mèrcie
Mèrcie bein des fais
Kannada ಧನ್ಯವಾದ (dhanyavāda)
ಧನ್ಯವಾದಗಳು (dhanyavādagaḷu) ಯಾಕೆ ಸುಮ್ಮನೇ ಥ್ಯಾಂಕ್ಸು (yāke summane ṭhanksu?)
ಪರವಾಗಿಲ್ಲ ಬಿಡಿ (parwagilla biḍi)
Kashmiri शुकिया / شکریہ (shukriya)
Kazakh Рахмет! (Raxmet!) – gen Оқасы жоқ! (Oqası joq!) – gen
Тілеуіңіз болсын! (Tilewiñiz bolsın!) – frm
Тілеуің болсын! (Tilewiñ bolsın!) – inf
Khasi Khublei Ymleilei
Khmer ឣរគុណ (aw kohn) ឣត់ឣីទេ (awt ei te)
សូមអញ្ជើញ (sohm anjoe-in)
Khoekhoe (Nama) Gangans. Aios.
Kinyarwanda Murakoze
Murakoze cyane Ntacyo
Kiribati Ko rab’a
Ko bati n rab’a
Klamath Sepk’eec’a
Klallam Háʔnəŋ cn
Korean 감사합니다 (kamsahamnida) – frm
고맙습니다 (komapsumnida) – frm
고마워 (komawo) – inf 아니에요 (anieyo)
!Kung San !Kin !ka
Kazakh Рахмет! (Raxmet!) – gen Оқасы жоқ! (Oqası joq!) – gen
Тілеуіңіз болсын! (Tilewiñiz bolsın!) – frm
Тілеуің болсын! (Tilewiñ bolsın!) – inf
Kurdish (Kurmanji) Sipas
Gelek sipas
Zor sipas Fermû
Kurdish (Sorani) Sipas dekem
(supas) سوپاس شایانی نیه‌
Kyrgyz Рахмат (Rakhmat)
Чоң рахмат (Chong rakhmat) Эчтеке эмес (Echteke emes)
Lakota Sioux Pilámaya
Lao ຂອບໃຈ (khàwp ja̖i)
ຂອບໃຈຫລາຍໆ (khàwp ja̖i lãi lãi) ບໍ່ເປັນຫຍັງ (baw pe̖n nyãng)
Latin Gratias tibi ago (inf)
Gratias vobis ago (frm/pl)
Multas gratias vobis ago Precare (sg)
Precamini (pl)
Latvian Paldies
Liels paldies Vienmēr laipni
Lingala Merci
Lithuanian Ačiū, Dėkoju, Labai ačiū Prašom
Lojban ki’e
ki’ecai je’e do
fi’i do
Lozi Ni itumezi, mme/ndate U amuhezwi
Luganda Weebale
Lule Sámi Gijtto
Luxembourgish Merci
Villmols merci ‘T ass gär geschitt
‘T ass näischt
Macedonian Благодарам (Blagodaram)
Ви благодарам (Vi blagodaram) – frm Молам Нема на што
(Molam, nema na shto)
Malagasy Misaotra
Misaotra betsaka Tsy misy fisaorana
Malay Terima kasih Sama-sama
Malayalam നന്ദി (nāndi)
ഉപകാരം (upakaram) നിങ്ങള്‍ക്കു സ്വാഗതം
(ningngaḷakku svāgatam)
Maldivian (shukuriyyaa) ޝުކުރިއްޔާ Maruhabaa
Maltese Grazzi
Grazzi ħafna Merħba bik
Ta’ xejn
M’hemmx mn’hiex
Xejn, xejn
Mam Chjonte
Manx (Gaelic) Gura mie ayd (inf/sg)
Gura mie eu (frm/pl)
Gura mie mooar eu/ayd
She dty vea
Māori Kia ora
Marathi आभारी आहे (ābhārī āhe)
धन्यवाद (dhanyāvad) आपले स्वागत आहे (āpale svāgatha āhe)
Mauritian Creole Mersi
Mayan (K’iche’) Maltiox
Mi’kmaq Wela’lin (sg)
Wela’lioq (pl)
Michif Marci
Mohawk Nia:wen
Mongolian Баярлалаа (Bayarlalaa)
Гялайлаа (Gyalailaa)
Танд их баярлалаа (Tand ikh bayarlalaa ) Зүгээр (Zügeer)
Nahuatl Tlazohcamati
Cenca tlazohcamati
Navajo Ahéhee’
Tʼáá íiyisíí ahéheeʼ Ahéhee’
Ndebele (Northern) Ngiyabonga Kulungile
Ndebele (Southern) Ngiyathokoza
Nepali धन्यवाद
(dhanyabad) no equivalent
Newari / Nepal Bhasa सुभाय्
Niuean Fakaaue
Northern Sotho Ke a leboga
Ke a leboga kudu Go leboga rena
Northern Sámi Giitu Leage buorre
Norwegian Takk (thanks)
Tusen Takk (a thousand thanks)
Mange Takk (many thanks)
Takk skal du ha Ingen årsak
Vær så god
Occitan Mercés Amb plaser!
Ojibwe Miigwech
Okinawan Nifee deebiru
Oriya ଧନ୍ୟବାଦ୍ (dhanyabaad)
ତୁମ୍ଭଙ୍କୁ ଧନ୍ଯବାଦ୍ (tumbhangku dhanyabaad) ଆପଣଙ୍କୁ ସ୍ବାଗତ (aapananku svaaagata)
Papiamento Danki
Masha danki Na bo ordo (frm)
Di nada (inf)
Pashto (manana) مننه (tashakor) تشكر (har kala rasha) هر كله راش
Persian (Farsi) vinf – (mersi) مرسي
frm – (mamnūnam) ممنونم
vfrm – (moteshakkeram) متشكرم خواهش مي كنم
(khahesh mikonam)
Piedmontese Grassie
Grassie tant
Pijin Tanggio
Polish Dzięki
Serdecznie dziękuję
Dziękuję bardzo
Dziękuję pięknie Proszę bardzo
Nie ma za co (inf)
Portuguese Obrigado (m)
Obrigada (f)
Muito obrigado (m)
Muito obrigada (f)
Obrigadinho (m)
Obrigadinha (f)
Muito agradecido (m)
Muito agradecida (f)
Muito agradecidos (pl)
More details about saying thank you in Portuguese Você é bem-vindo
Portuguese (Brazilian) Obrigado (m)
Obrigada (f)
Muito obrigado/a
Muito agradecido/a
More details about saying thank you in Portuguese De nada (inf)
Não há de quê (frm)
Punjabi ਧਨਵਾਦ / مہربانی (tànvād)
ਸ਼ੁਕਰੀਆ / شکریہ (shukrīā) ਤੁਹਾਡਾ ਸੁਆਗਤ ਹੈ। / تہاڈا سواگت ہے۔ جی آیاں نوں (tuhāɖā suāgat he)
ਕੋਈ ਨਹੀਂ। / کوئی نہیں (kōī nahī̃)
Quechua Solpayki / Urpichay sonqoy
Quenya Hantanye
Rapanui Maururu
Romanian Mersi / Mulţumesc
Mulţumesc foarte mulţ Cu plăcere
Romansh Grazia / Grazia fitg / Engraziel Anzi
Romany Nais
Rotuman Noaʼia
Russian Спасибо! (Spasibo!)
Огpомное спасибо! (Ogromnoe spasibo!)
Большое спасибо! (Bol’šoe spasibo!)
Благодарю вас! (Blagodarju vas!) – frm Не за что! (Ne za čto!)
Пожалуйста! (Požalujsta!)
Sakha Махтал (maxtal)
Улахан махтал (ulaxan maxtal)
Баһыыба (bahɯɯba) – inf
Баһаалыста (bahaalɯsta)
Samoan Fa’afetai
Fa’afetai tele E le afaina
Sanskrit धन्यवादाः (dhanyawādāh) अस्तु तावत् (astu tāvat)
(Logudorese) Grazie / Grazie meda De nudda
Scots Thank ye Nae problem
Scottish Gaelic Tapadh leat (inf)
Tapadh leibh (frm/pl)
Taing mhór
Móran taing ‘S e do bheatha (inf)
‘Se ur beatha (frm)
Sepedi Ke a leboga
Serbian Хвала (Hvala)
Хвала лепо (Hvala lepo)
Хвала вам (Hvala vam)
Много вам хвала (Mnogo vam hvala) Молим (Molim)
Sesotho Ke a leboha / Ke a leboha haholo O amohetswe
Setswana Ke a leboga
Shona Waita zvako (sg) Maita zvenyu (pl) Unotendei?
Sibe (Manchu) Sinde baniha
Sicilian Grazij Di nenti
Sindarin (Rim) hennaid
Sinhala ඉස්තුති (istuti)
බොහොම ස්තුතියි (bohoma stutiyi) එකත කමක් න
(ehkata kamak na)
Slavey Masi
Slovak Ďakujem
Ďakujem vám
Ďakujem pekne
Ďakujem velʼmi pekne Prosím
Niet za čo
Slovenian Hvala
Hvala lepa
Najlepša hvala Prosim
Ni za kaj
Somali Mahadsanid / Wad mahadsantahay Adigaa mudan / Adaa mudan
Sorbian (Upper) Dźakuju
Sorbian (Lower) Źĕkujom
Southern Sámi Gæjhtoe
Spanish Gracias
Muchas gracias De nada
No hay de qué
Sranan Grantangi
Stellingwarfs Daank
Sundanese Nuhun
Hatur nuhun (frm)
Nuhun pisan Sami-sami
Swahili Asante
Asante sana (sg)
Asanteni (pl) Asante kwa kushukuru
Swazi Ngiyabonga
Swedish Tack (thanks)
Tack så mycket (thanks very much)
Tusen tack (a thousand thanks) Inget att tacka för
Ingen orsak
Var så god
Det var så lite
Swiss German Merci
Merci vielmal
Dangge Nüt z’dangge
Gäärn gscheh
Tagalog Salamat po
Maraming salamat po (frm)
Maraming salamat (inf) Wala pong anuman (frm)
Walang anuman (inf)
Tahitian Māuruuru
Māuruuru roa ‘aita pe’ape’a
Tamil நன்றி (nandri)
ரொம்ப நன்றி (romba nandri) தேங்க்ஸ் எதுக்குங்கா
(thanks edukkungaa?)
பரவா இல்லீங்க
(parva illinga)
Tatar Räxmät / Küp räxmät Zur üs / üzenä Räxmät
Telugu ధన్యవాదములు
(dhanyavaadhamulu) మా సంతోషం (maa saṅthoashaṅ)
Tetum Obrigadu (m)
Obrigada (f)
Obrigadu/a barak La iha buat ida
Lalika temi
Thai ขอบคุณ (kòp kun)
ขอบคุณมาก (kòp kun mâak) ไม่เป็นไร (mâi bpen rai)
Tibetan ཐུགས་རྗེ་ཆེ་།
(tujay shita-chay) ཞུ་དགོས་ཡག་ཡོད་ཡོད་མ་རེད།
(shu-goyak yaw maray)
Tigrinya የቐንየለይ! (Yekenyeley!)
ክብረት ይሃበለይ! (Kbret Yhabeley!) ገንዘብካ (Genzebka) m/sg
ገንዘብኪ (Genzebki) f/sg
ገንዘብኩም (Genzebkum) m/frm
ገንዘብክን (Genzebken) f/frm
Tlingit Gunalchéesh
Gunalchéesh hó hó
Tok Pisin Tenkyu
Tenkyu tru
Tenkyu tumas Nogat samting
Tongan Mālō
Mālō ‘aupito ‘io mālō
Tsez Баркала (Barkala)
Tshivenḓa Ndi a livhuwa
Tsonga Ndza nkhensa
Ndzi khense ngopfu
Tswana Ke a leboga, rra (frm>m)
Ke a leboga, mma (frm>f)
Ke itumetse, rra (frm>m)
Ke itumetse, mma (frm>f) Ke itumetse, rra (frm>m)
Ke itumetse, mma (frm>f)
Turkish Teşekkür ederim
Çok teşekkür ederim
Sağolun Bir şey değil
Rica ederim
Ukrainian Дякую (Diakuju)
Дуже дякую (Duže diakuju) Прошу будь ласка
(Prošu, buď laska)
Ulch Кэси банха
Urdu (bahut) shukrīya (بہت) شكريه (koi baat nahin) کوی بات نہیں
Uzbek Rahmat
Katta rahmat Arzimajdi
Venetian Grassie De niente / Gninte
Vietnamese Cảm ơn ông (>m)
Cảm ơn bà (>f)
Xin cảm ơn Không có gì
Võro Aiteh / Tennäsi Pallõsi
Walloon Mèrci
Mèrci brâmint
Welsh Diolch
Diolch yn fawr
Diolch yn fawr iawn
Diolch o galon Croeso
Wolof Jai-rruh-jef Agsil (sg)
Agsileen ak jaam (pl)
Xhosa Ndiyabulela
Enkosi Wamkelekile
Yapese Kammagar Daariy
Yiddish (A dank) אַ דאַנק
(A sheynem dank) אַ שיינעם דאַנק (Nishto farvos) נישטאָ פֿאַרװאָס
(Zol es zayn dir voyl bakumen) זאָל עס זײַן דיר ווויל באַקומען
(Tsu gezunt) צו געזונט
Yolngu Ga’
Yoruba Ọ se
E se Ko to ọpẹ
Yucatec Maya Dios bo’otik Mixba’al.
Yumpla Tok Eso po yu
Yup’ik Yum bo’otik
Zazaki Weş u war be / Berxudar be Şıma xér amey
Zulu Ngiyabonga
Ngiyabonga kakhulu (sg)
Siyabonga (pl) Uyamukelwa (sg)
Niyamukelwa (pl)

Key to abbreviations: (v)inf = (very) informal, (v)frm = (very) formal, sg = said to one person, pl = said to more than one person.

Human Rights Days, Week Or Year

It’s not easy to describe the feelings we all have in these days.
Why we havn’t Human Rights Days, a Human Rights Week or Year?

We fear violence less than our own feelings. Personal, private, solitary pain is more terrifying than what anyone else can inflict. – Jim Morrison
Being a leader for me is about having the courage to speak the truth, and live the truth, despite attempts to silence our thoughts, feelings, and past experiences. – Zainab Salbi
The way that people feel changes everything. Feelings are forces. They cause us to time travel. And to leave ourselves, to leave our bodies. I would be that kind of psychologist who says, ‘You’re absolutely right – there are monsters under the bed.’ – Helen Oyeyemi

Oppression Of Human Rights And Social Projects

I don’t want support the german participation in the actual war with paying taxes, but it is a problem because I paying taxes almost every day by buying food or products with value added taxes or other taxes. It’s a shame and against a lot of national and international rights. I just found articles that todays’s tax laws were enacted and signed by Adolf Hitler!

I have massive problems with the tax authority and GEMA at moment, since weeks I can’t live normaly or keep on my daily work! The bit free time I have I use to keep on my work for Human Rights and social projects. It is hard to defend oneself against this injustice.
Tax authority, collection, lawyers usa. pushing me all at once to pay money I havn’t. Although I have earned nothing in 2013 and since then until today, no significant gains have done, I am sorry to relate social money since the last event in spring 2014, because of the unjust GEMA demands i can’t continue since the last event with projects like Hip Hop Fusion or Urban DanceFest.
I was threatened from all sides, blocked and harassed. Because of ~700€ they want open my flat and start a search. My health and independence suffers extremely. I’ll criminalized and my situation is shamelessly exploited.
This procedure against me clearly goes too far. I have also written several times and clarified the situation.

Just a little statement. I live since years far below subsistence level close to the poverty line. A refugee gets the double money (~12.000€) a year I get.

More documentaries about countless injustices in Germany:,,,,,,,,,,,

Please help and show some support. Share my messages, inform yourself and others about the true history and the actual situation.

Nuclear War Dangers 2015-2016

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There are running some really dangerous developments at moment, the world is falling deeper into a big (nuclear) war – call it Holy War, World War III or however you want. Military actions or aggressions can make a bad situation even worse. The only way to stop this is to calm down and diplomacy on all ways! ?
Nuclear Explosions contaminate(d) our planet earth:,
Stop any new pollution and clean up the waste first!
Nuclear Powers:,,,,,,,
Doomsday Clock:
Every dollar spent on nuclear is one less dollar spent on clean renewable energy and one more dollar spent on making the world a comparatively dirtier and a more dangerous place, because nuclear power and nuclear weapons go hand in hand. – Mark Z. Jacobson

USA, Europe, Russia In The Syrian Civil War

Terrible wars are held at running, supported by countless weapons and money of bankers, media, political and military campaigns. The biggest war players in this game are US, UK, Germany, France, Russia and other industry nations. The only way to solve this problem is communication, diplomacy, disarmament and to hold a reasonable, defensive or neutral position. – oGc ?,,,,,,,,,,,,
Germany please stop this war!
Syria may appear to be a small country, but it is just the type of entangled conflict that can lead to a world catastrophe. It does not take much imagination to see Syria as the Sarajevo of the 21st century, leading to world war. – Ahmed Zewail
More than just an end to war, we want an end to the beginnings of all wars. – Franklin D.
Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding. – Albert Einstein
Yes, peace can and must be won, to save the world from the terrible destruction of World War III. – Paul Robeson

War In Syria, Germany And Europe Facts

Some more facts about the conflicts or wars in Syria, Germany and Europe!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Stop Hating And Wasting Our Planet

Why humans hurt each other, destroying nature and themselfs? Stop hating and wasting our wonderful planet.
Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. – Yoda
Where ignorance is our master, there is no possibility of real peace.
The opposite of love is not hate, the opposite of love is ignorance. – Brian Hwang

Conflicts In Middle East – Syria

The last days I was unfortunately prevented to report about important facts and news related to the conflicts or wars in Near East, especially Syria! There are running some really dangerous developments at moment, the world is falling deeper into a big (nuclear) war – call it Holy War, World War III or however you want. Military actions or aggressions can make a bad situation even worse. The only way to stop this is to calm down and diplomacy on all ways! More information:,,,,,,,,,,,,,
More information about Iran, Iraq, Israel and IS:,,,,,,

This is my statement and warning! Stop these senseless wars today and in future until no more weapons are used against civilians and other innocents! It is maybe our last chance to prevent the end of our world we know.

Nuclear Explosions Contaminate Planet Earth

Nuclear Explosions contaminate(d) our planet earth:
Stop any new pollution and clean up the waste first!
Nuclear Powers:
Doomsday Clock:
Every dollar spent on nuclear is one less dollar spent on clean renewable energy and one more dollar spent on making the world a comparatively dirtier and a more dangerous place, because nuclear power and nuclear weapons go hand in hand. – Mark Z. Jacobson