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James Bond, Money, and News: NUMBER OF CASINOS PER CAPITA IN EUROPE 7 COUNTRIES THAT TOP THE LIST ACKPOT REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA 1 casino for every 299,429 residents. The most casino densed nation in Europe! Congratulations to the Republic of Macedonia. This rather new country that broke free from Yugoslavia in 1991 has a total of 7 casinos. RELAND 1 casino for every 305,769 residents. That Ireland's among the top countries here is probably not a surprise to anyone. Guiness and gambling sounds like a good mix! Ireland now has a total of 16 casino facilities. Out of these, 14 are located in Dublin. SWITZERLAND 1 casino for every 386,754 residents. After the regulation in 2000, Switzerland has been enjoying quite a boost in casino facilities. The country is now the home for 21 casinos. We'd like to think that with the amount of banker money available - it's only fair some go to casi no. BULGARIA 1 casino for every 502,710 residents. Casino action in Bulgaria is scattered in 5 cities, with the city of Sofia leading the charge with 6 casino facilities, more than 600 slot and video poker machines and 53 table games. It's quite obvious we should all pay Sofia a visit Casino PER CAPITA SPEND WW IS TOPPED BY AUSTRALIA US$990 MONTENEGRO 1 casino for every 657,394 residents. This small country was featured and romanticized in the James Bond movie Casino Royale. In the movie, the country 'was featured as the scene of a casino action where Bond was seen playing poker at Hotel Splendid in Montenegro. AUSTRIA 1 casino for every 722,129 residents.Gaming in Austria is focused in different niches and segments that include sports betting, horse racing and casinos. The hottest casino action is located in Innsbruck, offering 3 casino facilities, 196 slots and 22 table games. PORTUGAL 1 casino for every 984,119 residents. The regulated casino market of Portugal is home to some of the popular casino selections including craps, American and French Roulette, poker, poker tournaments and slot machines. Land based casinos are only allowed to operate 12h per day HITCASINO BONUS.COM <p><a href="https://hitcasinobonus.tumblr.com/post/164685010801/casinos-per-capita-europe" class="tumblr_blog">hitcasinobonus</a>:</p><blockquote><p>Read our special in-capita piece on “<a href="https://hitcasinobonus.com/casino-news/infographic-number-casinos-per-capita-in-europe/">Number of Casinos Per Capita in Europe</a>”, feel free to embed our infographic on your own site.<br/></p></blockquote>
James Bond, Money, and News: NUMBER OF CASINOS
 PER CAPITA IN EUROPE
 7
 COUNTRIES THAT
 TOP THE LIST
 ACKPOT
 REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
 1 casino for every 299,429 residents. The most casino
 densed nation in Europe! Congratulations to the
 Republic of Macedonia. This rather new country that
 broke free from Yugoslavia in 1991 has a total of 7
 casinos.
 RELAND
 1 casino for every 305,769 residents. That Ireland's
 among the top countries here is probably not a surprise
 to anyone. Guiness and gambling sounds like a good
 mix! Ireland now has a total of 16 casino facilities. Out of
 these, 14 are located in Dublin.
 SWITZERLAND
 1 casino for every 386,754 residents. After the
 regulation in 2000, Switzerland has been enjoying quite
 a boost in casino facilities. The country is now the home
 for 21 casinos. We'd like to think that with the amount of
 banker money
 available - it's only fair some go to casi
 no.
 BULGARIA
 1 casino for every 502,710 residents. Casino action in
 Bulgaria is scattered in 5 cities, with the city of Sofia
 leading the charge with 6 casino facilities, more than
 600 slot and video poker machines and 53 table games.
 It's quite obvious we should all pay Sofia a visit
 Casino
 PER CAPITA
 SPEND WW
 IS TOPPED BY AUSTRALIA US$990
 MONTENEGRO
 1 casino for every 657,394 residents. This small country
 was featured and romanticized in the James Bond movie
 Casino Royale. In the movie, the country 'was featured
 as the scene of a casino action where Bond was seen
 playing poker at Hotel Splendid in Montenegro.
 AUSTRIA
 1 casino for every 722,129 residents.Gaming in Austria
 is focused in different niches and segments that include
 sports betting, horse racing and casinos. The hottest
 casino action is located in Innsbruck, offering 3 casino
 facilities, 196 slots and 22 table games.
 PORTUGAL
 1 casino for every 984,119 residents. The regulated
 casino market of Portugal is home to some of the
 popular casino selections including craps, American and
 French Roulette, poker, poker tournaments and slot
 machines. Land based casinos are only allowed to
 operate 12h per day
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 BONUS.COM
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Africa, America, and Assassination: Map 2: US Military and CIA Interventions since World War ll targeted countries US bombingsUS government assassination plots Source: William Blum, Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Intervention Since World War II, 2004 and Rogue State, 2005. (http://www.killinghope.org/) Copyright 2010 by Richard D. Vogel at combatingglobalization.com Permission to copy granted. <blockquote> <p><strong>“We came, We saw, We destroyed, We forgot” by William Blum</strong></p> <p>An updated summary of the charming record of US foreign policy. Since the end of the Second World War, the United States of America has …</p> <p>1. Attempted to overthrow more than 50 governments, most of which were democratically-elected.<br/>2. Attempted to suppress a populist or nationalist movement in 20 countries.<br/>3. Grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least 30 countries.<br/>4. Dropped bombs on the people of more than 30 countries.<br/>5. Attempted to assassinate more than 50 foreign leaders.</p> <p>In total: Since 1945, the United States has carried out one or more of the above actions, on one or more occasions, in the following 69 countries (more than one-third of the countries of the world):</p> <ul><li>Afghanistan</li> <li>Albania</li> <li>Algeria</li> <li>Angola</li> <li>Australia</li> <li>Bolivia</li> <li>Bosnia</li> <li>Brazil</li> <li>British Guiana (now Guyana)</li> <li>Bulgaria</li> <li>Cambodia</li> <li>Chad</li> <li>Chile</li> <li>China</li> <li>Colombia</li> <li>Congo (also as Zaire)</li> <li>Costa Rica</li> <li>Cuba</li> <li>Dominican Republic</li> <li>East Timor</li> <li>Ecuador</li> <li>Egypt</li> <li>El Salvador</li> <li>Fiji</li> <li>France</li> <li>Germany (plus East Germany)</li> <li>Ghana</li> <li>Greece</li> <li>Grenada</li> <li>Guatemala</li> <li>Honduras</li> <li>India</li> <li>Indonesia</li> <li>Iran</li> </ul><ul><li>Iraq</li> <li>Italy</li> <li>Jamaica</li> <li>Japan</li> <li>Kuwait</li> <li>Laos</li> <li>Lebanon</li> <li>Libya</li> <li>Mongolia</li> <li>Morocco</li> <li>Nepal</li> <li>Nicaragua</li> <li>North Korea</li> <li>Pakistan</li> <li>Palestine</li> <li>Panama</li> <li>Peru</li> <li>Philippines</li> <li>Portugal</li> <li>Russia</li> <li>Seychelles</li> <li>Slovakia</li> <li>Somalia</li> <li>South Africa</li> <li>Soviet Union</li> <li>Sudan</li> <li>Suriname</li> <li>Syria</li> <li>Thailand</li> <li>Uruguay</li> <li>Venezuela</li> <li>Vietnam (plus North Vietnam)</li> <li>Yemen (plus South Yemen)</li> <li>Yugoslavia</li> </ul></blockquote>
Africa, America, and Assassination: Map 2:
 US Military and CIA Interventions since World War ll
 targeted countries
 US bombingsUS government assassination plots
 Source: William Blum, Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Intervention Since World War II, 2004
 and Rogue State, 2005. (http://www.killinghope.org/)
 Copyright 2010 by Richard D. Vogel at combatingglobalization.com
 Permission to copy granted.
<blockquote>
<p><strong>“We came, We saw, We destroyed, We forgot” by William Blum</strong></p>
<p>An updated summary of the charming record of US foreign policy. Since the end of the Second World War, the United States of America has …</p>
<p>1. Attempted to overthrow more than 50 governments, most of which were democratically-elected.<br/>2. Attempted to suppress a populist or nationalist movement in 20 countries.<br/>3. Grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least 30 countries.<br/>4. Dropped bombs on the people of more than 30 countries.<br/>5. Attempted to assassinate more than 50 foreign leaders.</p>
<p>In total: Since 1945, the United States has carried out one or more of the above actions, on one or more occasions, in the following 69 countries (more than one-third of the countries of the world):</p>
<ul><li>Afghanistan</li>
<li>Albania</li>
<li>Algeria</li>
<li>Angola</li>
<li>Australia</li>
<li>Bolivia</li>
<li>Bosnia</li>
<li>Brazil</li>
<li>British Guiana (now Guyana)</li>
<li>Bulgaria</li>
<li>Cambodia</li>
<li>Chad</li>
<li>Chile</li>
<li>China</li>
<li>Colombia</li>
<li>Congo (also as Zaire)</li>
<li>Costa Rica</li>
<li>Cuba</li>
<li>Dominican Republic</li>
<li>East Timor</li>
<li>Ecuador</li>
<li>Egypt</li>
<li>El Salvador</li>
<li>Fiji</li>
<li>France</li>
<li>Germany (plus East Germany)</li>
<li>Ghana</li>
<li>Greece</li>
<li>Grenada</li>
<li>Guatemala</li>
<li>Honduras</li>
<li>India</li>
<li>Indonesia</li>
<li>Iran</li>
</ul><ul><li>Iraq</li>
<li>Italy</li>
<li>Jamaica</li>
<li>Japan</li>
<li>Kuwait</li>
<li>Laos</li>
<li>Lebanon</li>
<li>Libya</li>
<li>Mongolia</li>
<li>Morocco</li>
<li>Nepal</li>
<li>Nicaragua</li>
<li>North Korea</li>
<li>Pakistan</li>
<li>Palestine</li>
<li>Panama</li>
<li>Peru</li>
<li>Philippines</li>
<li>Portugal</li>
<li>Russia</li>
<li>Seychelles</li>
<li>Slovakia</li>
<li>Somalia</li>
<li>South Africa</li>
<li>Soviet Union</li>
<li>Sudan</li>
<li>Suriname</li>
<li>Syria</li>
<li>Thailand</li>
<li>Uruguay</li>
<li>Venezuela</li>
<li>Vietnam (plus North Vietnam)</li>
<li>Yemen (plus South Yemen)</li>
<li>Yugoslavia</li>
</ul></blockquote>

<blockquote> <p><strong>“We came, We saw, We destroyed, We forgot” by William Blum</strong></p> <p>An updated summary of the charming record...