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Nov 28 06:24


Normalization—the mainstreaming of people and ideas previously banished from public life for good reason—has become the operative description of a massive societal shift toward something awful. Whether it’s puff pieces on neo-Nazis in major national newspapers or elected leaders who are also documented sexual predators, a good deal of work goes into making the previously unthinkable seem mundane or appealing.

Nov 28 06:11

Mom Arrested After Her Father Finds Newborn’s Remains Under Porch

A 23-year-old Pennsylvania woman stands accused of killing her newborn baby after the woman’s father found the baby’s dead body outside in a garbage bag as he was hanging up Christmas lights, according to multiple reports.

Nov 28 06:11

Indiana nurse loses job after saying sons of white women 'should be sacrificed'

A nurse at an Indiana hospital was let go after an offensive tweet suggesting that the sons of white women "be sacrificed to the wolves" was traced back to her Twitter account.

Nov 28 06:04


Congress doesn’t have much time left on the legislative calendar for the year, but there’s still a lot on the agenda to get across the finish line. In the few remaining days, Republicans hope to pass a tax reform bill and either another short-term continuing resolution or an omnibus to fund the government.

November 27, 2017

Nov 27 19:35

MI5, Police Absolve Themselves Of Any Blame After Failing To Stop 4 Terrorist Attacks

Official reviews look set to clear MI5 and police of serious blunders that allowed terrorists to strike four times in Britain in the past year. The inquiries, however, were conducted by MI5 and the police, raising questions about their impartiality.

Nov 27 19:20

Uber Paid Off Hackers To Hide Breach Of 57mn Users’ Data – Report

Personal data of over 50 million riders and 7 million drivers of the taxi-alternative service Uber was hacked in 2016, but the rideshare company reportedly paid the hackers $100,000 to delete the stolen goods, in order to keep the breach under wraps.

In an effort to be “honest and transparent,” Uber Technologies Inc. CEO Dara Khosrowshahi confirmed Tuesday that a security data breach occurred in late 2016, before he had taken over as chief executive officer.

Nov 27 18:17

Magic Mushroom Legalization Gets Nod To Move Toward California Ballot

A bill to legalize magic mushrooms received the green light in California to move forward with gathering signatures as California’s attorney general just approved a...

Nov 27 18:03

They Ruled His Death A Kratom Overdose But Mom Wants Research Not Ban

A man fighting addiction has tragically died, yet his death was inexplicably ruled “intoxication by kratom” – the plant from Southeast Asia that people are using as a supplement to ease pain and stop opioid addiction.

Nov 27 18:00

Hackers stole information from 1.7 million Imgur accounts in 2014

Imgur’s Chief Operating Officer, Roy Sehgal, confirmed that the breach occurred in 2014. Sehgal explains that Imgur doesn’t collect names, addresses, or phone numbers from its users, and that only user e-mails and password information was leaked.

Nov 27 17:59

AI-controlled brain implants for mood disorders tested in people

Brain implants that deliver electrical pulses tuned to a person’s feelings and behaviour are being tested in people for the first time. Two teams funded by the US military’s research arm, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), have begun preliminary trials of ‘closed-loop’ brain implants that use algorithms to detect patterns associated with mood disorders. These devices can shock the brain back to a healthy state without input from a physician.

Nov 27 17:50

“Animals Can’t Feel Pain Or Emotions,” Government Votes

Recently, underground but prominent wildlife photographer Richard Bowler got the attention of hundreds of thousands of people when he said the UK government’s vote to reject the inclusion of animal sentience...

Nov 27 17:18

A Breakthrough in Soft Robot Muscles, Funded by the Military

Future military robots may come in softer, more cuddly, and stranger forms.

Nov 27 16:49

Theresa May Expected To Cave To EU And Offer DOUBLE Brexit ‘Bill’ Pay-Off To Brussels

Britain is expected to cave to the European Union (EU) today and discuss offering a higher Brexit settlement, despite earlier claims that the government did not “recognise” the two-week deadline.

Theresa May’s government is expected to offer a larger sum to the EU in a desperate bid to unblock negotiations – after Michel Barnier and his Brexit team refused to budge.

Nov 27 16:43

AI is God: Ex-Google Engineer Creating New Religion

Anthony Levandowski of Google's self-driving car’s fame, has set up a religious nonprofit organization called Way of the Future and devoted to the worship of artificial intelligence.

According to the organization’s founding documents, it intends to “develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.”

An AI god sounds like something coming from a sci-fi flick or computer game and as such could certainly appeal to Silicon Valley futurists and transhumanist more than to espousers of traditional religions.

Nov 27 16:30

Al Gore Will Cap Off A Disappointing Year With A 24-Hour Global Warming Broadcast

Former Vice President Al Gore is preparing to host another 24-hour-long broadcast to to sound the alarm on manmade global warming, capping off a disappointing year for the world’s most famous climate activist.

Nov 27 16:07

Young ‘Money Mules’ Handing Their Bank Accounts Over To Criminals And Terrorists

The number of young people helping criminals and terrorists to launder money has soared to record levels, according to the UK’s fraud prevention service. Being a ‘money mule’ may effectively equate to being a fraudster, experts have said.

According to Cifas, the number of people aged 21 and under providing their bank details to criminals in exchange for money has seen a staggering increase of 150 percent in the past year to 6,484 cases.

Nov 27 15:41

Koch Brothers Among Time Magazine’s New Owners

Media company Meredith has acquired Time Inc. after borrowing a huge sum from Republican mega donors Charles and David Koch, who might have political interests in the deal.

Nov 27 15:37

60% Of Kids Referred For Mental Healthcare In England Sent Home Without Treatment

A new report has revealed that the majority of children who are referred for specialist mental healthcare in England are being denied the treatment they need.

Data from nearly half of the organizations within England’s National Health Service (NHS) has shown that around 60 percent of under-18s who are referred to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) by their doctor are not receiving any treatment.

Nov 27 14:57

Snopes CEO Accused in Divorce Proceedings of Embezzling Company Money to Spend on Prostitutes

Anyone verify this with Snopes?

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Nov 27 14:47

YouTube’s Autocomplete Tool Shows Users ‘Profoundly Disturbing’ Child Sex Results When They Search For ‘How To’ Videos

A shocking report has revealed that searching for the phrase ‘how to have’ on YouTube brings up a list of disturbing auto-complete results.

Creepy suggestions include ‘how to have s*x with your kids’ and ‘how to have s*x kids.’

Nov 27 14:29

Tackling corruption: Why Saudi Prince Muhammad’s approach raises questions

James Dorsey argues that “power and assets rather than anti-corruption” are behind Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad’s purge of princes and businessmen, and that the aim appears to be “to intimidate and put the kingdom’s elite on notice”.>>

Nov 27 14:26

People have stopped paying their car loans, and it’s a risk to a $200 billion market

Nov 27 14:05

Libya “Chose” Freedom, Now It Has Slavery

NATO’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 has justifiably earned its place in history as an indictment of Western foreign policy and a military alliance which since the collapse of the Soviet Union has been deployed as the sword of this foreign policy. The destruction of Libya will forever be an indelible stain on the reputations of those countries and leaders responsible.

Nov 27 13:49

U.S. Sends Weapons To Kurds Two Days After Alleged Reports of Trump Ending Shipments

By Brandon Turbeville

Two days after Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu stated that U.S. President Donald Trump had promised to end American weapons shipments and support to Kurdish fanatics fighting in Syria, the United States military has been videotaped doing just that...

Nov 27 13:39

I was offended - steve hughes

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Posted for the corporate media's brouhaha over Trump's Pocahontas joke.

Nov 27 13:37

Why Mueller Is REALLY Indicting Flynn

So why is Mueller really going after Flynn?

When Flynn was head of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency and afterwards, he blew the whistle on the U.S. and its allies willfully allowing Islamic terrorists to flourish in Syria.

That didn’t ingratiate him with the Deep State …

Then last November, Flynn ruffled more feathers by writing:

The primary bone of contention between the U.S. and Turkey is Fethullah Gülen, a shady Islamic mullah residing in Pennsylvania whom former President Clinton once called his “friend” in a well circulated video.

Nov 27 13:33

VIDEO | Pelosi Calls Conyers ‘An American Icon,’ Says Franken Shouldn’t Resign, Gets Busted For Hypocrisy On Bill Clinton

Here's Pelosi's Meet The Press appearance yesterday that caused all the outrage.


Nov 27 13:20

US Traps Over 50,000 People by Sealing Zone Around Its Base in Syria - Moscow

The humanitarian situation in Syria's At Tanf is extremely difficult, as refugees in the neighboring Rukban camp cannot get access to humanitarian and medical aid due to the US' actions, according to the Russian military.

Nov 27 13:11

Trump Questions Authenticity Of 'Access Hollywood' Tape

US President Donald Trump has expressed doubt about the authenticity of the "Access Hollywood" video in which he was recorded in 2005 bragging about his ability to grope women because he's "a star."

Nov 27 13:10

Japan: North Korea preparing for new missile test.

Earlier today, Russia's deputy foreign minister Igor Morgulov warned that while there is a latent danger of an "apocalyptic scenario of developments" on the Korean Peninsula, he brought attention to the apparent "denuclearization" of the Kim regime, pointing out that North Korea’s last provocation was on Sept. 15, when it fired its second missile over Japan in as many months. The 73-day pause is the longest since a 116-day break between October 2016 and February.

That may soon be changing because according to a tweet from Michiyo Ishida, the Tokyo Bureau Chief for Channel News Asia, the Japanese government has deteced a "signal from #NorthKorea on preparation towards a ballistic missile launch according to local media"

Nov 27 13:06

Report: Court Documents Show Roy Moore Accuser Has History of Committing Fraud

Tina Johnson, one woman behind accusations of sexual assault against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, has a history of mental health issues, drug problems, and a conviction on felony fraud charges analysis of court documents reveal.

Documents show that as a then 28-year-old, Johnson had to sign documents in Moore’s law office to turn custody of her son over to her mother.

After the mother left the room, Johnson claims Moore became aggressive.

“It was so uncomfortable,” she said. “He just grabbed me from behind, on my buttocks.”

Nov 27 13:03

Nolte: Shaky Allegations Against Roy Moore Are Not Enough to Disqualify Him

Any commentary I have thus far made about the Roy Moore scandal has been on social media, and that has centered primarily on mocking the media’s hypocrisy while also noting my thoughts on individual aspects of the story. The big question, though, the question of whether or not the allegations add up to something serious enough to knock Moore out of Alabama’s Senate race, I have saved until now.
It may no longer be fashionable to wait for all the facts before expressing an opinion, but when it comes to something as deadly serious as a man’s reputation and allegations of child molestation, call me a fuddy-duddy.

From my vantage point, the issue comes down to four allegations:

Nov 27 12:51

Armed Police To Escort Joggers In Swedish City For Protection

Residents of the Swedish city of Oskarshamn will now have the option to be accompanied by armed police officers while out jogging.

Oskarshamn police inspector Peter Karlsson said the programme was designed to ease the insecurities of those who wish to go jogging after dark. Karlsson, who came up with the idea for the programme, said police would form jogging groups and all those who were interested in joining the officers were welcome, SVT reports.

Nov 27 12:38

An Open Letter to the Biological Weapons Convention

By Janet Phelan

The 8th review conference of the Biological Weapons Convention, held in December 2016 in Geneva, saw progress in confronting the fact that one state party to the convention, the USA, was engaged in considerable violations of the prohibitions contained in the Convention. The subsequent media coverage to the report on the US’s violations, specifically articles in TASS, Natural Blaze and elsewhere, were the beginnings of acknowledgement that the US’s violations have put the entire world at risk.

In the intervening year, another report was published revealing that the US is also violating the UN 1540 Resolution...

Nov 27 12:36


This is so good. Milo has his 'A-Game' here. It's not even a fair fight.


Nov 27 12:23

Indiana Nurse Says Every White Male Baby Should Be Killed

Nurse Taiyesha Baker of Riley Children’s Health in Indiana is under investigation for tweeting that every white male baby is “a detriment to society” that “should be sacrificed to the wolves.”

“Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son. Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star. Historically every son you had should be sacrificed to the wolves B***h,” Baker said on Twitter.

Nov 27 12:00

John Conyers Resigns Position As Top Democrat On House Judiciary Committee…

This 'touch my penis' geezer has been in Congress for 52 years, and his wife spent 3 years in federal prison for bribery and racketeering.


Nov 27 11:59

FACEBOOK Is 100% Anti Gun…

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Nov 27 11:54

The speech where Adolf Hitler declared war on the USA, 1941

On December 11, 1941, several days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the United States declaration of war against the Japanese Empire, Nazi Germany declared war on the United States, in response to what was claimed to be a series of provocations by the United States government when the US was formally neutral during World War II.

Nov 27 11:43

Pakistan Protests Swell Into Nationwide Chaos: Islamabad Protests Spreading Precipitously

In early November, from 2,000 protesters from the Tehreek-e Labaik Ya Rasool Allah Pakistan (TLY) began a sit-in in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad. The protesters, led by cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi, were originally provoked by a minor change to the oath for election candidates.

Though the government has already reversed the oath change, the TLY has kept the protest going, with Rizvi saying they want the resignation of the Law Minister, and that they need to “defend the honor of the Prophet.”

Officials had for weeks tried to placate them, offering talks, and even an apology from the Law Minister. On Saturday, however, police and paramilitary forces tried to push them off the streets, and that went very poorly.

After violent exchanges in the streets, more protesters are in the streets than ever, and Islamabad’s protest is now just the largest of several protests across the country, threatening to bring multiple cities grinding to a halt.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Are we looking at a potential regime change in Islamabad?!?

This is who these people are, what they believe, and what they are demanding of the government:

The Tehreek-e-Labaik

They are looking for a complete return to Sharia law in Pakistan, through legal process, and to fight back against any human rights gains made by Pakistani women in the last couple of decades.

Nov 27 11:40

Amazon Workers Treated Like ‘Animals’ In Exhausting Working Conditions, Reporter Reveals

Amazon workers are being treated like “animals,” forced to work to the point of physical collapse, it has been revealed. An undercover reporter for the Daily Mirror laid bare the working conditions at the world’s largest retailer.

Daily Mirror reporter Alan Selby found that workers at the Amazon plant in Tilbury, Essex, were so tired that they “fell asleep on their feet” while working a 55-hour week.

Nov 27 11:37

McCain Reignites Personal War With Trump

Senator John McCain has reignited a personal war with President Trump, commenting in an interview that he does not believe Trump has any “principles and beliefs”.

McCain told Esquire “I don’t agree with the way he’s conducting his presidency, obviously.”

Nov 27 11:32

Saudi-led ‘Arab NATO’ declares total war on terrorism; Iran, Iraq & Syria not invited

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman has vowed to “wipe” terrorists from the “face of the earth” using resources available to the Islamic Military Alliance, a so-called ‘Arab NATO’ which claims to be targeting a “faceless enemy,” rather than any particular “sect” or “country.”

Formed in 2015 by then-deputy Crown Prince and defense minister of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, the IMA has so far only functioned on paper. Now the Crown Prince wants to take his brainchild to the next level by declaring a total “war against terrorism,” during the Sunday summit of IMA, also referred to as the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) or the “Arab NATO.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 


Forgive me, but I am nearly close to choking from nausea, invoked by the glaring hipocrisy of the words coming out of this guy's mouth, relative to the hellish realities on the ground he has created for the people of Yemen.

So please: when does Prince Salman intend to announce the end of the terror he and his coalition are raining down on Yemen with these damnable bombing raids, which are killing civillian women, children, and the medically fragile elderly here?!?

When will he stop the US-enabled blockades of Yemeni ports, leading to massive deaths by malnutrition?!?

And when will he get a reasonable, and rapid, medical response going to the horrific outbreak of cholera, which is killing thousands in Yemen?!?

Prince MBS, if you want to stop a lot of terror in the region, you had better damned well take a good, long look in a mirrior first.

Nov 27 11:24

Diaspora Jews have had enough of Israel and Zio-Barbarism   

Attila Somfalvi, a leading Israeli journalist reports on Ynet that American Jews are showing signs of Zio-fatigue. Some prominent leaders of the Jewish American community have openly admitted that in recent years there has been a radical shift in attitudes about Israel. Many Diaspora Jews prefer to stay away from Israel and its Zionist leagues.

According to Somfalvi, many youths active in various Jewish organisations see Israel as "a burden." "Israel is not part of our day to day existence," said students at NYU as well as young members of Gather DC, an organization comprising about six thousand Jews who live in the American capital. "We don’t really understand how Israel is connected to our Jewish identity; Israel is a tough subject so we gave up on it."

Nov 27 11:18


Put broadly, BDS is an effort to help save the positive potential inherent in modern post-colonial society: the civilizing potential to be found in international law, in human and civil rights, in a benevolent and egalitarian rule of law for all of us.

So successful has BDS been to date, and so much potential does it have to help force Israel down the same road as white-ruled South Africa, that Israel and its surrogates in the U.S. and Europe are willing to undermine the very laws and rights that help uphold what freedoms there are within the public realm. For instance, in the U.S., the very right to engage in such a boycott is under Zionist attack, and by extension, so is the constitutional protection to free speech. American Zionists seem willing to subvert their own constitutional protections in order to support a racist foreign state.

Nov 27 11:11


The Saudi blockade of Yemen has left 20 million people on the brink of starvation, but some UK parliamentarians prefer not to notice, instead filling up their bellies with the help of royal hospitality of Riyadh, measuring in tens of thousands of pounds.

According to the Middle East Eye, members of UK parliament have accepted some £94,189 ($126,939) worth of luxury hotel stays, lavish dinners, business class flights, donations and other forms of hospitality from the Saudi government this year alone.

So far this year, 13 Conservative MPs have accepted the royal welcome, as well as one Labour MP, who reportedly got a donation worth £6,722 ($8,964), from the Saudi Kingdom.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

-Proving again that American politicians aren't the only ones for sale, or who have had their conciences collective surgically removed!!

Nov 27 11:08

Protesting Workers At Bankrupt Air Berlin Denounce Merkel Government

More than a thousand employees of the insolvent airline Air Berlin protested last Wednesday in front of Berlin Central Station to oppose mass layoffs. The workers were accompanied with family members and supporters from all over Germany.

Nov 27 11:04


Middle East Eye editor-in-chief David Hearst notes that “All in all, the first military venture to be launched by the 32-year-old Saudi prince as defense minister is a tactical and strategic shambles.”

The Saudi war is heavily backed by the United States and the United Kingdom.

Zerohedge reports on MBS’ disastrous and illegal military adventure in Yemen that is killing millions of civilians and bankrupting the Saudi Kingdom.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good that the coalition appears to be crumbling.

I, very frankly, hate being a citizen of a country colluding with Saudi Arabia in war crimes in Yemen. And I link back to these images again and again, because I think the American people need to be having a very honest dialogue about what is being done, with our tax dollars and in our names in the Middle East.

It is financially very profitable for the US merchants of death to continue to supply Saudi Arabia with the bombs and bullets which kill, and maim for life, innocent infants, toddlers, women, and the medically fragile elderly.

These same corporations, the heads of which have all had their consciences surgically removed before taking office, contribute generously to both parties, so why shouldn't the assassinations of Yemeni innocents continue, as long as they are profitable?!? That is the only thing that matters anymore in American society, profitability, right?!?

Here is what that "profitability" is looking like to Yemeni kids these days:

Images:Yemeni children being killed and maimed for life in Saudi bombings

More images: Yemeni children being killed and maimed for life from Saudi bombings

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Nov 27 11:01

Keystone Spills Massively Exceed Pre-Construction Estimates

The operators of the 2,147-mile Keystone pipeline underreported the risks of oil spills to regulators, internal documents have revealed, casting a shadow over the proposed Keystone XL expansion.

Nov 27 10:52

Backlash As Prince Harry Announces He Is About To Marry A TV Star

News that Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle will be tying the knot in spring 2018 hasn’t been greeted with universal joy from the wider public.

Nov 27 10:50

U.K. Begins Another Gun Surrender Initiative Amid Increase in Gun Crime

The United Kingdom's National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NABIS) is conducting a new gun surrender program from Nov. 13 to Nov. 26 after gun crime in England and Wales increased by more than a quarter in the past year.

The Office for National Statistics found a 27 percent increase in crimes involving firearms during its most recent review of crime data. Despite a near ban on the civilian ownership of handguns the review found crimes committed with handguns increased by 25 percent and accounted for the majority of gun crimes. The agency said the increases in 2016 were part of a multiyear trend.

"The latest rise continues an upward trend seen in firearms offences in the last few years, however, offences are still 31 percent below a decade ago," the most recent annual report from the agency said. "Over the last year, over two-thirds (32 of the 439) of police forces recorded a rise in offences involving firearms."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To the knotheads in NABIS; the baddies will not surrender their guns, making the next rise in gun crime after this "surrender" a dead moral certainty!!

Nov 27 10:45


As Saudi Arabia spins from crisis to crisis, U.S. oil hasn’t missed a beat. It’s stronger and more resilient than ever--and it has nothing to do with OPEC oil production cuts.

In this war, U.S. oil wins, and the recent purge of billionaire princes in Saudi Arabia is icing on the cake.

But when Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman arrested key members of the royal family on corruption charges two weeks ago all of them his rivals--oil shot up. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) spiked more than $2 a barrel, closing around $57 a barrel—a nearly two-year high.

OPEC cuts have done little to boost oil prices, and Royal Family arrests are welcome news for oil tycoons the world over, but it’s still not what’s kept the U.S. on the winning side in this war: Fracking bust the U.S. through the front line, and major advancements in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) are cementing the victory.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF this technology works as advertised, this will be a major, positive step for the oil industry.

Nov 27 10:42

Keystone's existing pipeline spills far more than predicted to regulators

TransCanada Corp’s (TRP.TO) existing Keystone pipeline has leaked substantially more oil, and more often, in the United States than indicated in risk assessments the company provided to regulators before the project began operating in 2010, according to documents reviewed by Reuters.

The Canadian company is now seeking to expand the pipeline system linking Alberta’s oil fields to U.S. refineries with its proposed Keystone XL project, which has U.S. President Donald Trump’s backing.

The existing 2,147-mile (3,455 km) Keystone system from Hardisty, Alberta, to the Texas coast has had three significant leaks in the United States since it began operating in 2010, including a 5,000-barrel spill this month in rural South Dakota, and two others, each about 400 barrels, in South Dakota in 2016 and North Dakota in 2011.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why am I completely unsurprised by this?!?

Nov 27 10:18

Man Files Civil Suit Against Awans, Podesta Group, and Others

The Podesta group and others are facing new legal battles after a former Bernie Sanders supporter files suit. One America's Emerald Robinson has more from Washington.

Nov 27 09:47

Chinese NUCLEAR BOMBERS on 24/7 alert amid growing World War 3 fears

CHINA has placed its nuclear bombers on 24/7 alert following growing tensions between the US and North Korea.

Nov 27 09:23

3 Teens Plotted to Kill New Classmate Who 'Disrupted' Social Order: Police

Three teenagers were discovered to have allegedly plotted to murder a classmate who they said “disrupted the flow” of social order at their Washington State school, authorities said.

Nov 27 08:35

Pokémon GO caused hundreds of deaths, increased crashes

Pokémon GO killed at least two people and spiked rates of car accidents and injuries, according to a study of the game's impact on just one United States city.

“Death by Pokémon GO” (PDF), by a pair of researchers from Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, says the game caused “a disproportionate increase in vehicular crashes and associated vehicular damage, personal injuries, and fatalities in the vicinity of locations, called PokéStops, where users can play the game while driving.”

Nov 27 08:33

World's Biggest Botnet Just Sent 12.5 Million Emails With Scarab Ransomware

A massive malicious email campaign that stems from the world's largest spam botnet Necurs is spreading a new strain of ransomware at the rate of over 2 million emails per hour and hitting computers across the globe.

The popular malspam botnet Necrus which has previously found distributing Dridex banking trojan, Trickbot banking trojan, Locky ransomware, and Jaff ransomware, has now started spreading a new version of Scarab ransomware.

According to F-Secure, Necurs botnet is the most prominent deliverer of spam emails with five to six million infected hosts online monthly and is responsible for the biggest single malware spam campaigns.

Nov 27 08:14

2017 Christmas Decorations at the White House

Nov 27 08:14

Homeless veteran who received over $360K now wants to pay it forward, 'I just want to do the right thing'

A homeless veteran, who received a reward he never expected after he spent his last $20 to help a stranded woman buy gas, now says he wants to touch other people's lives the way his was touched.

Nov 27 08:14

The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs

Republicans in Congress just voted to reverse a landmark FCC privacy rule that opens the door for ISPs to sell customer data. Lawmakers provided no credible reason for this being in the interest of Americans, except for vague platitudes about “consumer choice” and “free markets,” as if consumers at the mercy of their local internet monopoly are craving to have their web history quietly sold to marketers and any other third party willing to pay.

Nov 27 08:12

Damascus Shelled, Civilians And Children Killed By U.S.-Backed Terrorists – Silence From MSM

While the United States continues to pant wildly and promote disproven claims of chemical weapons, Assad’s alleged “brutality,” and the SAA’s supposed “crimes against humanity,” the fighters it has funded since 2011 are engaged in the very definition of terrorism in Damascus as we speak. For nearly two weeks, terrorists surrounded in areas like Jobar and Ghouta have been launching missiles and mortars indiscriminately at civilians in old and new Damascus.

Since the beginning of November, random shelling and mortars have been terrorizing the people of Damascus.

Nov 27 08:11

One Disgusting Fact About Mueller’s Legal Team Will Make You Sick

Robert Mueller is on the warpath and won’t stop until he ends at Trump.

To do so, he has pulled together a team of elite lawyers to help in his investigation.

But there is one disgusting fact about someone on his legal team that will leave you sick.

Andrew Weissmann has a shady past.

Nov 27 08:11

Founder of non profit “Unlocking Autism” found dead in canal ruled days later as accident

Beck was traveling with her son, who is autistic. Police say she went outside to smoke but never came back. The next night, police found her deceased in a canal behind the Rodeway Inn where they were staying. 1 Police said almost immediately they do not suspect foul play, which many experts have found absurd.

We have talked to several in Beck’s camp, one of whom said that if she were murdered, they do not believe it had anything to do with her autism advocacy.

Nov 27 08:09


Syrian President Bashar Assad reportedly offered Netanyahu a comprehensive deal that would include a demilitarized zone stretching 40 kilometers from the border.

Nov 27 08:09

Dubai Security-Chief Unleashes Tweet-Storm Demanding Bombing Of Al-Jazeera

Interesting enough, Al Jazeera was the only media outlet to report on their own bomb-threat as most outlets fell silent. Here is how Al Jazeera interpreted Khalfan’s tweets,

“The alliance must bomb the machine of terrorism … the channel of ISIL, al-Qaeda and the al-Nusra front, Al Jazeera the terrorists,” the former police chief and now head of security in the Emirate told his 2.42 million followers on the social media site.

“For how long will they [Al Jazeera] continue to tamper with the security of Egypt and the Arab world?” he tweeted.

Khalfan then posted an image of Al Jazeera’s iconic logo superimposed in front of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, head of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group, former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, and 91-year-old Islamic theologian Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

Nov 27 08:08

"He Can't Accept The Fact He Screwed Up" - Special Counsel Mueller's Surprisingly Flawed Past

When he was named special counsel in May, Robert S. Mueller III was hailed as the ideal lawman - deeply experienced, strait-laced and nonpartisan - to investigate whether President Trump’s campaign had helped with Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

But, in a surprisingly 'fair and balanced' LA Times story, David Willman exposes the truth that, at 73, Mueller’s record also shows a man of fallible judgment who can be slow to alter his chosen course. At times, he has intimidated or provoked resentment among subordinates. And his tenacious yet linear approach to evaluating evidence led him to fumble the biggest U.S. terrorism investigation since 9/11.

Willmann points out the accolades squared with Mueller’s valor as a Marine rifle platoon commander in Vietnam and his integrity as a federal prosecutor, a senior Justice Department official and FBI director from 2001 to 2013, the longest tenure since J. Edgar Hoover.

Nov 27 08:06

Top North Korean Official Says Nuke Program Targets Only US - Reports

The North Korean nuclear program targets no other country than the US, Deputy of North Korea's Supreme People's Assembly and director of the National Reunification Institute Ri Jong-hyok was quoted as saying by the Yonhap news agency on Sunday.

"Our nuclear deterrence is a sword of justice aimed at fighting [the US] nuke and Asia and any country in the world need not worry about our threats as long as they do not join an invasion and provocations toward us," the official noted.

Nov 27 08:06

‘US drops Kurds like hot potatoes after ISIS power wanes’

The Americans have finished with the Kurds, now they can pack up and go. This is what happened in Iraqi Kurdistan, and in Syrian Kurdistan the same situation will be repeated, says award-winning Iraqi Kurdish journalist Hiwa Osman.

US President Donald Trump has apparently promised he will “not provide weapons to the YPG [People’s Protection Units],” according to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, who was present during the phone call between the US president and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Nov 27 08:05

Susan Sarandon is glad 'dangerous' Hillary didn't win because 'we would be at war' and says everyone in Hollywood aware of Weinstein's abuse 'perpetuated it too'

Susan Sarandon has announced that she's glad Hillary Clinton lost the election because she's 'very dangerous' and America would be 'at war.'
The outspoken actress faced a furious backlash from the left who accused her of allowing Donald Trump to win because she'd refused to vote for Clinton in the US election.

Nov 27 08:04

Arrest made in vandalism of 5 black churches; Bias ruled out as motive

Authorities have ruled out bias as the motive in the vandalism of five predominantly black churches after charging a 45-year-old Morristown resident on Sunday.

Zuri C. Towns attended services at one of the churches as a child, Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp said.

"As a result of the investigation, no evidence was obtained that would indicate this was a bias incident which legally requires purpose to intimidate a person or group based upon their protected class," authorities said in a news release announcing the arrest.

Towns has been charged with four counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief and one count of third-degree criminal mischief.

Nov 27 07:50

The electricity used to mine bitcoin this year is bigger than the annual usage of 159 countries

The amount of energy used by computers "mining" bitcoin so far this year is greater than the annual usage of almost 160 countries, according to new research.

Nov 27 07:50

Ex-Clinton Foundation Official Tied To Chinese Kindergarten Embroiled In Bizarre Sexual Abuse Scandal

A former Clinton Foundation official who is now an independent director at a company which operates private schools in China has found himself embroiled in a bizarre child abuse scandal involving needles, pills, “brown syrup,” nudity, and sexual molestation, according to parents.

The head of a Beijing kindergarten has been fired after China launched a nationwide investigation into a chain of private schools operated by RYB Education Inc. ($RYB) following claims of abuse at multiple locations. Parents report at least 8 toddlers with mysterious needle marks, while others said their children were forced to take white pills that were supposed to be “a little secret” between the children and teachers, along with some sort of “brown syrup” given to the students. Children were also allegedly stripped naked and forced to stand, or locked in a dark room, one parent said.

Nov 27 07:49

Time Prime Minister please: May could be banned from all her local pubs

Angry publicans in Theresa May’s constituency of Maidenhead, Berkshire are seeking to get the prime minister banned from all the pubs in the area. Their motivation is being upset by government cuts to policing services.

The pub landlords have banded together and are said to be furious about a £413 million cut to the police budget over the last 12 months, saying that the lack of funds puts their staff and customers in danger.

“This seems to be the only way she’ll get the message,” Maidenhead pub manager David Kimber told The Mirror, adding that there are “very few police officers here on a Friday or Saturday night.”

Nov 27 07:49

Saudis woo Tory MPs with lavish dinners & hotels as 20 million Yemenis starve

The Saudi blockade of Yemen has left 20 million people on the brink of starvation, but some UK parliamentarians prefer not to notice, instead filling up their bellies with the help of royal hospitality of Riyadh, measuring in tens of thousands of pounds.

According to the Middle East Eye, members of UK parliament have accepted some £94,189 ($126,939) worth of luxury hotel stays, lavish dinners, business class flights, donations and other forms of hospitality from the Saudi government this year alone.

So far this year, 13 Conservative MPs have accepted the royal welcome, as well as one Labour MP, who reportedly got a donation worth £6,722 ($8,964), from the Saudi Kingdom.

Nov 27 07:48

'Club of decadent and obsolete countries' Catalan leader issues STAGGERING attack on EU

DEPOSED Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has branded the EU a “club of decadent and obsolete countries” and said a British-style “Catalexit” might be the solution.

Nov 27 07:46

Energy bosses raking in MILLIONS as they raise UK families' bills and abuse their monopoly

ENERGY firms "abuse their monopolies", earn billions in profit and give their bosses £6million a year as they raise their bills for UK families.

Nov 27 07:46

Andrew Neil SAVAGES Germany as ‘worse than 1940s’ - and Remainers are furious

ANDREW Neil has sparked a Twitter storm with furious Remainers claiming Germany’s current political crisis was the worst the country has faced since the 1940s.

Nov 27 07:44

Verhofstadt holds UK to ransom with threats to frustrate negotiations over citizen rights

THE European Parliament's Brexit chief Guy Verhofstadt has insisted that diluting the right of migrants from the European Union in the UK should not be an option despite attempts to move the divorce talks along.

Nov 27 07:43

Kevin Dowd Summarizes Populism for His Sister Maureen’s Liberal Readers: Trump Has 43.2M Twitter Followers; NYT Has 3.1M Subscribers

In keeping with her annual holiday tradition, liberal New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd let her Republican brother Kevin write her Thanksgiving Day column this week.

Kevin Dowd has been delighting conservatives and outraging Dowd’s limousine liberal readership for years now. (Personal favorite: Kevin’s Christmas 2009 column when he told Sarah Palin: “Keep up the good work. Anyone who annoys Keith Olbermann that much is a friend to all of us.”)

This year, Kevin found a pithy way to summarize why President Trump’s tweeting “can be an effective defense” – Trump, he writes, “has 43.2 million Twitter followers. The New York Times has 3.1 million subscribers.”

Nov 27 07:43

Pelosi Defends Clinton, Conyers, Franken; Attacks Trump, Calls Moore ‘a Child Molester’

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) defended former President Bill Clinton, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) and Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) against allegations of sexual misconduct while attacking President Donald Trump and Alabama GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore.

On Clinton, Pelosi said, “I think it is a generational change. Let me say the concern we had then was that they were impeaching the president of the United States. and for something that had nothing to do with the performance of his duties and trying to take him out for that reason.”

Nov 27 07:41

Morrissey: I’d Kill Donald Trump for the ‘Safety of Humanity’

British musician Morrissey says if given the chance, he’d kill President Donald Trump to ensure the “safety of humanity.”
The 58-year-old former Smiths frontman said in an interview with der Spiegel this week that if he were presented with a button that could instantly kill Trump, he wouldn’t hesitate to press it.

“I would [push it], for the safety of humanity,” Morrissey told the outlet. “It has nothing to do with my personal opinion of his face or his family, but in the interest of humanity I would push.”

The singer also explained that it was the media, who so derided Trump during the 2016 campaign season, that ultimately created Trump, ensured consistent coverage of his campaign, and led to his victory over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

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Attention Secret Service: Sic em!!!!!!

Nov 27 07:40

They're Trying to Ban Another Harmless Plant That Helps People - Truthstream Media

There is a solution to these buttheads that has been around for awhile. Ole Étienne de La Boétie wrote it out some time ago in his "The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude"


Nov 27 07:38

Israel arrests 280 Palestinians for Facebook posts

The Israeli occupation authorities have arrested 280 Palestinians since the start of the Quds Uprising in October 2015 for posts or “likes” on social media, the PLO’s Palestinian Prisoners’ and Freed Prisoners’ Committee said on Sunday.

According to Quds Press, the head of the studies and documentation department with the Committee said that Israel has increased the number of detentions of social media users, including women and children who posted, commented positively about or liked pro-Palestinian social media content. Abdel-Naser Ferwaneh explained that most of those detained are from occupied Jerusalem. While some were indicted and sentenced to prison terms or fined, others were held under administrative detention with neither charge nor trial.

Nov 27 07:37

Liberal media airs segment calling for entire Republican Party to be jailed

During a segment on Saturday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” the liberal network allowed a Democratic pollster to call for his political enemies to be arrested and put in prison for failing to adhere to a variety of left-wing viewpoints.

Nov 27 07:37

Israel, Trump administration ‘working feverishly’ to block UN settlements database

The Israeli and US governments are “working feverishly” to block the publication of a United Nations database of companies complicit in West Bank settlements, according to The Associated Press (AP).

The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC)-mandated list of companies was due to be published in December, but will reportedly now occur “early next year”, the latest such postponement.

“We will do everything we can to ensure that this list does not see the light of day”, Israel’s UN ambassador, Danny Danon, told AP, adding that its publication would turn the UNHRC into “the world’s biggest promoter of BDS”, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign.

Nov 27 07:36

Russia works on MiG-41 doomsday fighter jet

The new MiG-41 fighter jet, which is being developed in Russia, is likely to be put to test in 2020. At the same time, the MiG-31 interceptor aircraft that are now in service will not become obsolete before the 2030s.

Nov 27 07:34

What the? Lithuania suddenly transfers $2m worth of weapons to Ukraine

The inventory lists more than 7,000 Kalashnikov rifles, almost 2 million cartridges, more than 80 machine guns, several mortars, anti-tank weapons and other military equipment that will shortly be transferred to Ukraine.

Nov 27 07:34

Council of Europe may give in to Russian 'blackmail' to stop 'step back for Europe'

RUSSIAN “blackmail” and its threat to stop paying into the Council of Europe’s budget could see sanctions lifted over fears it may leave and "step back for Europe", according to a European official.

Nov 27 07:33

'She cannot recover' Merkel faces 'imminent demise' as her party scrambles for new leader

THE German Chancellor faces the end of her tenure in power, after 12 years at the helm of Europe's largest economy, according to a key news correspondent.

Nov 27 07:33

Ted Heath historic child sex probe could be SHUT DOWN after claims branded 'fantasy'

THE HISTORIC child sex investigation against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath could be dropped after a report dismissed abuse claims as the result of an “overactive imagination”.

Nov 27 07:32

UK lives in DANGER because of Russian propaganda and fake news over MMR jabs

BRITISH citizens are at risks from deadly diseases because of Russian lies, propaganda and misinformation, it has been claimed.

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Nov 27 07:31

California Church Pressured to Stop Serving Meals to the Homeless Because it Lures the Needy

A church in the upscale neighborhood of Malibu, California has been told by officials to stop serving food to the homeless because they were attracting too many homeless people.

Nov 27 07:30

Bali issues red alert fearing ‘imminent’ larger eruption of Mount Agung volcano

Indonesian authorities have halted all air traffic at Bali’s international airport after raising the Agung volcano alert back to the highest level, and ordering people within 10 kilometers of the crater to evacuate out of fear of a potential big eruption.

As many as 100,000 people should evacuate expanded danger zone around Bali volcano, the Indonesian disaster agency said on Monday. Mount Agung volcano on the resort island of Bali has erupted two times in less than a week, firing columns of ash thousands of meters into the air. The increase in the volcano activity and discharges into the atmosphere prompted the local authorities to close off Ngurah Rai International Airport and issue the highest alert warning.

Nov 27 07:30

More Than 180 Women Across the US Have Reported Sexual Assault at Massage Envy

A new investigation from BuzzFeed News found that more than 180 U.S. women have filed sexual-assault lawsuits, police reports, and state-board complaints against Massage Envy, the country’s largest massage franchise that promotes affordable services at its 1,200 spas nationwide. The reports have been filed against the national company, individual spas, and their employees.

Nov 27 07:30

Innocent woman knocked down by Israeli ‘skunk cannon’ targeting ultra-Orthodox protesters

An innocent passerby trying to cross the street in Jerusalem on Sunday has been hit in the back of her head and sent flying several meters away by an Israeli police skunk-water cannon, deployed against ultra-Orthodox Jews protesting army conscription.

A crowd of protesters staged yet another sit-in, obstructing traffic at the corner of Jaffa Road and Nordau Street in the center of Jerusalem in protest against the compulsory military draft of ultra-Orthodox Jews. To disperse the gathering, Israeli police resorted to the so-called “skunk” cannons loaded with stinking fluids. Not without some collateral damage, though.

Nov 27 07:29

French Police Attacked by Car With Migrants in Northern France - Reports

A car carrying migrants sped toward police officers in the northern French city of Calais, with at least one serviceman receiving injuries, the LCI broadcaster reported on Saturday night. The incident took place when the officers stopped the vehicle to carry out the search of the car.

"As a result of the hit, an officer received a knee injury, [after which] security forces had to open fire," local authorities said as quoted by the broadcaster.

Nov 27 07:29

New World Capitalism: Outer Space Treaty, Now 50, Needs a Rethink Says Business

As more private enterprises turns their gaze toward outer space, there are certain international limitations that leave many questions unanswered so that private entrepreneurship is is effectively paralyzed.

When the US and the USSR engaged in a nuclear weapons race, there was a real possibility that doomsday weapons would go to outer space and, eventually, to the moon. In order to prevent the Cold War from turning into Star Wars madness, several international treaties were signed, whose regulations remain in effect to this day.

But these treaties, which discussed theoretical possibilities, are faced with pretty practical — albeit peaceful — incentives. More companies are interested in doing business beyond the low orbit around Earth, and legislative basis for such activity is uncertain, leading to questions raised by governments and tech giants alike.

Nov 27 07:28

Bahrain Regime Forces Besiege Home of Shiites’ Spiritual Leader

Bahraini security forces have extensively surrounded the house of prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim, whose health condition is severely deteriorating.

According to officials from the country’s dissolved al-Wefaq party on Sunday, Sheikh Qassim is in immediate need of medical treatment.

Last year, the Bahraini regime dissolved the country’s main Shiite opposition group, al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, as well as Islamic Enlightenment Society (Tawiya) and al-Risala Society.

Nov 27 07:27

North Korea and Syria are growing closer: That's bad news for the US

Closer ties between two of the world's most acute political powder kegs — North Korea and Syria — are fanning fears of deeper cooperation on missile technology and chemical weapons.

The longstanding bilateral relationship, which stretches back to the late 1960s, has prospered this year even as both countries face international sanctions. Syrian minister of social affairs and labor Rima al-Qadiri met with North Korean ambassador Jang Myong Ho last week to discuss enhancing bilateral links, Syrian state media reported, with Jang saying his country wanted to help President Bashar al-Assad's regime with reconstruction efforts.

Nov 27 07:20

Are Sandy Hook Dominoes Beginning to Fall? Civil Suit Against Investigator Wolfgang Halbig Dropped

In a stunning move, the father of Noah Pozner, an alleged Sandy Hook victim, has dropped his civil lawsuit against investigator and school security expert Wolfgang Halbig just as Leonard Pozner was about to have to provide a video a deposition in the case.

Nov 27 06:46

Mail carriers accuse USPS of faking Amazon delivery records so customers don't get free stuff

Getting an Amazon package after it's due may come with a silver lining.

CBS46 is uncovering how post offices in every corner of metro Atlanta are running behind schedule on deliveries, and if you're expecting to get something important in the mail, it's frustrating.

Nov 27 06:46

Norway's $1 Trillion Wealth Fund Steps Up 'No' Votes on CEO Pay

When Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund said it wanted companies to curb excessive and opaque top-management pay, it meant business.

Nov 27 05:48

Hans-Georg Henke - 16 year old German soldier crying after being captured by the Allies, 1945

A sixteen-year old German anti aircraft soldier of the Hitler Youth, Hans-Georg Henke, taken prisoner in the state of Hessen, Germany. He was a member of the Luftwaffe anti-air squad who burst into tears as his world crumbled around him. His father died in 1938 but when his mother died in 1944 leaving the family destitute, Hans-Georg had to find work in order to support the family. At 15 years of age he joined the Luftwaffe.

November 26, 2017

Nov 26 20:52

What to expect when ‘We the People’ win over illegal .01% US rogue state empire: 1) temporary depression, 2) massive Truth, 3) unimaginable inspiration/breakthroughs. Are you ready?

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The US is an lying and illegal rogue state empire (full documentation and video walkthrough here). This is ongoing history of empire: taking over as much of the world possible to control resources (natural and humans as work animals), and with propaganda in corporate media and public education for pretense of a constitutional republic. Importantly, the Roman Empire devolved from a republic into tragic-comic .01% oligarchic “eat their own” self-destruction, as did ancient Greek democracy voting for the death of Socrates rather than face his obvious questions about virtue within that wanna-be empire.

There are three possible outcomes of this human condition:
The empire wins, with tighter control over We the People to serve them.
We the People win, after an Emperor’s New Clothes breakthrough of truth and .01% arrests for obvious crimes centered in war, looting, and lying.

Nov 26 18:01

N.Korean politician 'optimistic' on ties with Turkey

A parliamentarian from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said he was "very optimistic about the future relations between" his country and Turkey.

Kim Chung Song, a member of the DPRK's Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA), told Anadolu Agency:

"There are many things in common between the independent foreign policy of Turkey and DPR Korea."

Nov 26 17:59

1,000 job openings, some paying $100k or more - and no takers.

You probably know the products Ingersoll Rand manufactures, such as Trane air conditioners and Club Car golf carts, even if you didn’t know the parent company’s name. The Irish conglomerate with its North American headquarters in Davidson has grown to about 2,000 local employees since planting its roots in the quaint Lake Norman town in the mid 1970s.

The problem? The company has about 1,000 open jobs that it’s having trouble filling.

The main cause of that is the so-called skills gap, CEO Michael Lamach said in a recent interview at the company’s headquarters. The term refers to a shortage of workers with the necessary technical skills to handle machinery, perform service on the equipment and use advanced technology, among other functions.

Nov 26 17:55

Israel warns Assad against allowing Iran to establish itself in Syria

Israel recently sent a warning to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad amid the reports about Iran being allowed to establish a military presence in Syria. In the message, Israel clarified that by allowing Iran to establish a stronghold in Syria, Assad would be putting himself at risk.

Nov 26 17:52

Hackers fill official Isis channels with pornographic pictures

Hackers have targeted Isis by slipping pornographic images into its official communication channels.

Members of the Iraqi hacking group, Daeshgram, said they wanted to show distrust among Isis supporters about messages from the group’s leaders, according to Newsweek.

In one image the hackers photoshopped an image of a naked woman into an announcement about a media centre which was being opened in a part of Isis-controlled Syria. The image made it look as though Isis leaders had been viewing pornographic images.

Nov 26 17:49

Saudis step up perks for British MPs to keep mum on Yemen: Report

Saudi Arabia has reportedly intensified lobbying efforts since the start of its deadly war on Yemen, with dozens of British lawmakers having accepted thousands of pounds in lavish perks in breach of the code of conduct.

British MPs have enjoyed over £130,000 in Saudi hospitality since March 2015, when the kingdom launched its military campaign on Yemen, the Middle East Eye (MEE) reported on Sunday.