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Nov 03 19:25

French cartoonist Zeon arrested for anti-Zionist work

The French cartoonist Zeon was [arrested] Tuesday morning … by four police officers of the Brigade of Repression of Delinquency People (BRDP).

[At 7am] four police officers woke the cartoonist to take him before the judge to the High Court Instance of Paris. A complaint appears to have been filed by the BNVCA (National Bureau of Vigilance against Anti-Semitism).

The complaint seems to refer to the drawing – for which Zeon had yet been released last year by the 17th chamber – representing a balance and unbalanced weight of several historical crimes, but also for another drawing, which was not retained by the prosecutor at the trial, representing a Palestinian child stabbed by a Israel-shaped knife.

The judge has indicted the designer of incitement to racial, religious hatred, by speech, writing, picture or means of electronic communication. Zeon refused to answer his questions. He was set free in late morning.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This from the same nation that declared the following as protected free speech!

Nov 03 19:22

The TPP, Internet censorship, and Trudeau's first big test as prime minister

Despite vowing to release the full text before the election, Trade Minister Ed Fast reneged on his promise only days later, leaving Canadians without an opportunity to judge for themselves if the trumped-up benefits of the TPP are truly there at all.

For an example of just how bad the TPP is for Canadians, let's take a look at the Intellectual Property (IP) chapter. For years, digital rights experts the world over have been calling it "one of the worst global threats to the Internet."

The previous government assured Canadians that the TPP's changes to copyright law are "fully consistent with Canadian law and policy." But only days after the announcement by trade ministers, the final version of the IP chapter was leaked -- and it's even worse than we could have imagined.

We know now that Canadians will see copyright terms extended by 20 years, robbing the public domain and snatching what experts estimate will be hundreds of millions of dollars out of our pockets every year.

Nov 03 19:07

Hillary Clinton And The Funding of Al-Qaeda Terrorists In Libya And Syria

By Brandon Turbeville

Picking up where the Benghazi scandal left off, it cannot be stated often enough that Hillary Clinton, in her tenure as Secretary of State, was instrumental in helping to fund, organize, train, and direct al-Qaeda terrorist forces in Libya and Syria...

Nov 03 18:58

Before the US was demasculated

The 80s were the best time for a boy to grow up

Nov 03 18:32

Mass killings and school shootings spread "contagiously." Not dependent on location, leading researchers to believe that national media coverage of a mass shooting might play a role

Mass killings and school shootings spread "contagiously," a study found, where one killing or shooting increases the chances that others will occur within about two weeks.

Nov 03 17:31

Russian government to begin stockpiling protective bio-nuke gear

President says country must be prepared for threats ‘both in peacetime, and – God forbid… in wartime’

Nov 03 16:59

How Wall-Street Financial Engineering Vaporized Valeant

In the US alone, another $15 trillion of bottled air is waiting to be released.

Nov 03 16:53

Anti ad-block firm PageFair becomes cyberattack victim, distributes malware

PageFair is an anti-adblock firm which provides analytics to publishers who wish to see how much revenue they are losing due to ad-blocking software impacting these networks. Perhaps ironically, the company's free analytics mimicked ad networks which distribute malware over the weekend -- through its use by a cybercriminal to propel Trojans through websites using the software and towards visitor devices.

"If you are a publisher using our free analytics service, you have good reason to be very angry and disappointed with us right now," PageFair CEO Sean Blanchfield said.

Nov 03 16:45

Atzmon testifying on behalf of Arthur tomorrow in Canada

Tomorrow, Nov. 3 Gilad Atzmon will take the stand as an Expert Witness to testify on behalf of Arthur Topham and RadicalPress.com. It promises to be a most interesting day for all concerned.

Nov 03 16:33

A Scientific Study Shows that in U.S., Uneducated Whites Are Now Dying Younger

An article published in the latest issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), documents that, ever since 1998 in the U.S, Whites who are of non-Hispanic origin have been dying younger and younger, and that this is especially true for those Whites who are low-educated (non-BA’ed) and middle-aged (45- to 54-year-old). But it’s true also for the other age-categories of non-Hispanic Whites.

Nov 03 16:30

Apple May Have To Stop Selling iPhone In The UK If Surveillance Law Passes

Here’s the deal. The UK government is trying to pass legislation that will prevent anyone from using strong encryption. What it means is “any encryption we can’t break is banned”. So Apple AAPL +0.82%, which has great security and makes it quite clear that it doesn’t want to see users data, will have to make a decision.

The options for Apple and WhatsApp, Facebook FB -0.98%, Snapchat and any other service that encrypts user chats will be the following:

Let the UK government in through a back door
Do not use encryption for messaging

Nov 03 16:27

Arthur Topham's First week Report of Canada Supreme Court Trial

Now that the first week of the trial has ended and there’s been no mention of it in Canada’s mainstream media, other than the local Quesnel Cariboo Observer, I believe it’s fair to assume that the mainstream news outlets in this country have collectively decided to censor the case in order that the Canadian public remains unaware of the importance of what’s occurring in British Columbia. It’s therefore up to the alternative news media to do its best to cover this important historic event in Canadian jurisprudence and bring it to the attention of internet readers.

Nov 03 16:23

Teacher physically abuses Autistic 12-yo then calls him an ‘idiot': Claims lawsuit

According to a lawsuit filed against the Lansing School District, while filling in for another teacher at Gardner Leadership Law and Government Academy, a substitute by the name of Lester Duvall brutally abused a 12-year-old Autistic child

Nov 03 16:18

ISIL Terrorists Sustain Heavy Losses in Syrian Airstrikes in Deir Ezzur, Hama

Informed sources announced on Tuesday that Syrian fighter jets have been pounding ISIL positions in the two provinces of Deir Ezzur and Hama heavily, killing or wounding large groups of militants.

The sources said that the ISIL positions and command centers in Jufrah and Almrieih in the Eastern part of the Deir Ezzur province came under massive attacks of the Syrian fighter bombers, which resulted in vast destruction of the sites' infrastructures, military equipment and vehicles.

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Nov 03 16:18

162 Days Later, The Treasury Finally Updates The Total US Debt Number, And It Is...

As of Friday, this peculiar situation has been resolved following the latest deal by both parties to suspend the debt ceiling until March 2017 which also means that we finally got an updated total public debt number.

And so, after 162 work days without an update, the latest US debt number is $18,492,091,120,833.99 (yes, and 99 cents), an increase of $339.1 billion since the latest official pre-debt ceiling update. This is also 102.5% of GDP.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The words "completely insane" and "have they gone completely barking mad in Congress and the Fed?" just don't do this number justice!!

Nov 03 16:17

FLASHBACK: Linux makers release patch to thwart new 'Ghost' cyber threat

Old bug. Fixed about 10 months ago.

Red Hat Inc and other makers of the widely used Linux operating system for business computers updated their software on Tuesday to thwart a serious new cyber threat they warned could allow hackers to gain remote control of their systems.

The previously undisclosed vulnerability, dubbed "Ghost," is deemed critical because attackers could exploit it to covertly gain complete control of a targeted Linux system, according to cyber security firm Qualys, which uncovered the bug.

Nov 03 16:16

Climate Change Kills the Mood: Economists Warn of Less Sex on a Warmer Planet

Hot weather leads to diminished “coital frequency," according to a new working paper put out by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Three economists studied 80 years of U.S. fertility and temperature data and found that when it’s hotter than 80 degrees F, a large decline in births follows within 10 months. Would-be parents tend not to make up for lost time in subsequent, cooler months.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Nonsense. The warmer the weather is, the easier it is to talk your date out of her clothes! :)

Nov 03 16:05

Is This War World III?

There are 60 million refugees in the world, the same number as were refugees at the end of WW II.

On October 31 in an unprecedented joint warning, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Peter Maurer, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross called for "states to stop conflicts, respect international law and aid refugees." Criticizing the global response to the refugee crisis, Ban Ki-moon said, "In the face of blatant inhumanity, the world has responded with disturbing paralysis."

Nov 03 15:58

Ben Carson had been sued for malpractice at least six times including by a girl who suffered facial disfigurement and woman who claimed he left a SPONGE in her skull

Ben Carson has been running his campaign for the White House as an outsider, heavily relying on his stellar reputation as a brain surgeon, but the National Enquirer has revealed that a string of malpractice lawsuits dating back to the 1980s suggests that the Republican presidential candidate’s medical career was far from flawless.

Carson, 64, who according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll was in second place with 23 percent behind fellow political neophyte Donald Trump, who polled 28 percent in several early-voting states, stepped down in 2013 as a surgeon at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland.

Announcing his retirement in March of that year, Carson stated: ‘I'd much rather quit when I'm at the top of my game.'

Nov 03 15:50

Sweden Facing Collapse Due To Massive Influx of Refugees

Sweden has long been considered one of the most peaceful and prosperous nations on the planet. However, that prosperity is rapidly dissipating as hundreds of thousands of refugees move into Europe. And according to Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallstrom, they’ll do more than just hurt her nation’s standard of living.

“I think most people feel that we cannot maintain a system where perhaps 190,000 people will arrive every year – in the long run, our system will collapse.” Rather than asking her government to restrict immigration, she has since called on other EU nations to accept a higher percentage of the refugees. As it stands now, Sweden is taking in more migrants as a percentage of their population, than any other EU state. Now ethnic tensions are brewing as arson attacks against refugee centers become more frequent, and crime rates soar in cities with high migrant populations. However, the refugee crisis is really just the straw that broke the camel’s back.

Nov 03 15:49

77% of Two-Year-Olds Now Use Mobile Devices on a Daily Basis

There is no doubt that the pace of technological development we’ve seen in recent years has been both amazing, and frightening. It’s certainly made our lives easier, but no one can ignore the fact that these developments are happening faster than the human race can adapt to them. Predictably, this has spawned a widespread fear of technology in our culture

These fears must be prolific. If they weren’t, then Hollywood would have never made a fortune on movie franchises like The Terminator and The Matrix, and TV shows like Battlestar Galactica. Clearly, there are plenty of people in our society who are deeply afraid of the direction that modern technology is lurching towards.

Nov 03 15:47

American Police State: Cops Have Killed 1,000 People So Far This Year in U.S.

Monday night marked the passing of 1,000 people killed by police in the U.S. this year. Although officers claim these killings were justified, video evidence and witness statements often contradict the official narrative.

In contrast, 105 law enforcement officers have died since the beginning of the year. Last year, the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund reported 117 officer fatalities. Instead of waging a fictitious war on cops, officer fatalities have actually been declining since 2007 and 2001, which reported 192 and 241 deaths respectively.

Nov 03 15:46

Bye Bye Flu Shots: Japanese Researchers Have Created a Flu Cure that Works in One Day

It is being reported in foreign press outlets that Japanese researchers have created the world’s first drug which can cure a person of the flu — any flu — in just one day. It reportedly has the ability to stop the spread of flu viruses in the human body instantly.

Of course, sadly, we probably won’t see or hear anything about it here in America.


Because the flu is a $1.6 billion industry in this country and it can’t make that much money if its cured in a single day, now can it?

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Nov 03 15:45

Rice, wheat, mustard … India drives forward first GMO crops under veil of secrecy

A secret application has been made to India’s GEAC (Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee) for a new variety of GMO mustard to be released for cultivation.

Nov 03 15:35

Hemp Finally Legalized In North Carolina

Now LEGALIZED, North Carolina will be home to the only industrial hemp commercial decortication facility in the United States. On October 31, 2015 Governor Pat McCrory passed Senate Bill 313 (by not vetoing it) as "an act to recognize the importance and legitimacy of Industrial Hemp research,…

Nov 03 15:06

Swedish News Site Editor: Flood Country With ISIS So Anti-Immigrant Swedes Are Exiled

Sweden should be “filled” with Islamist terrorists so that anti-mass immigration, rural, working class Swedes are forced into exile, the opinion editor of a left-wing news site has said.

Nov 03 15:05

Heads roll at Lockheed Martin over troubled F-35 program

Problems with the most expensive weapons project in Pentagon history, the $400 billion and counting F-35 jet have forced a reshuffle at Lockheed Martin.

The US aircraft designer named Jeff Babione the new executive vice president and general manager of the F-35 Program, succeeding Lorraine Martin.

“Jeff is a seasoned leader who is uniquely qualified to lead the F-35 team through this critical phase of the program,” said Orlando Carvalho, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics executive VP in a statement. “He brings a deep understanding of the F-35 program, strong customer relationships and a collaborative leadership style that will ensure we continue the positive momentum of the program.”

Nov 03 15:04

Feds Order High School To Allow Boys Who Dress As Girls To Use Girls’ Shower, Locker Room

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has ordered a taxpayer-funded school district in the suburbs of Chicago to allow a male transgender student who dresses like a girl and otherwise identifies as female to use the girls locker room and shower on school premises.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'll wager that a lot of normal heterosexual boys will start dressing like girls just so they can share the showers with the hotties! :)

Nov 03 14:46

Verizon Begins CENSORING Customer E-mails

Verizon has begun censoring emails SENT by customers; ANY email containing ANY hyperlink, is auto-rejected as "SPAM" even if it is related to your business dealings or research!

It began on or about October 27, 2015 when a customer of Verizon FiOS tried to send an email reply to someone as part of an ongoing conversation. In the e-mail was a link to a story on the Internet that the Verizon FiOS customer had previously been discussing with his client. Strangely, the e-mail was rejected seconds later, when the customer received an email saying:

Nov 03 14:44

12 Days Before ’08 Crash, Congress Was Secretly Told to Sell off Their Stocks

Earlier this month, it was reported that less than two weeks before the economic collapse of 2008, several members of Congress took their money out of the stock market. Many high-ranking government employees were given a heads-up about the impending market crash in secret meetings with the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department. Then they used that information to engage in insider trading.

It was revealed that Senator Shelley Capito and her husband sold $350,000 worth of Citigroup stock at $83 per share, just one day before the stock dropped to $64 per share. Another shady trader was Congressman Jim Moran, who had his biggest trading day of the year days after the secret meeting, sellings stock in nearly 100 different companies.

These actions would be illegal for any American in any other circumstance, but members of Congress and high-ranking government officials are actually exempt from insider trading laws.

Nov 03 14:43

Palestinians bury 5 murdered teens, baby in West Bank

Violence broke out Saturday in the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron as Palestinians buried five teenagers killed in a wave of attacks and clashes with Israeli forces.

The funerals came as Israeli border guards shot dead a Palestinian at a checkpoint between the West Bank and Israel after he allegedly tried to stab one of them, police said.

Nov 03 14:42

Ex-French president Nicolas Sarkozy's mobile phones are seized and examined by judges probing £35m cocaine smuggling ring

A judge ordered two mobile phones belonging to Nicolas Sarkozy to be examined in relation to a £35million cocaine smuggling scandal, it has been revealed today.

The former French president’s name appears in court papers about an attempt to fly 680kg of the drug out of the Dominican Republic.

Two French pilots involved in the case dubbed ‘Air Cocaine’ made a ‘James Bond-style’ escape from the country last week, leading to accusations that politicians in their own country were involved in setting them free.

Nov 03 14:32

Bank of America Admits – Central Bank Policy Enriched Wall Street While “Steamrolling” Main Street

Wall Street is counting its winnings from seven years of easy money.

The results represent a clear victory for Wall Street over Main Street, according to the team of Michael Hartnett, BofA’s chief investment strategist.

Nov 03 14:29

Why Are People Worshiping Hillary?

This, right here, is bread and circuses. Sorry if you feel lobotomized after watching this. Dear God, it's not even 2016 yet.

Nov 03 14:20

If Congress Won't Scrap the Espionage Act, Maybe the Supreme Court Will

Chelsea Manning’s attorneys are gearing up for a long and hard appeal of the former soldier’s espionage convictions. It’s not going to be easy: The Supreme Court has had several opportunities in the past to rule the Espionage Act unconstitutionally broad (which it is), but has not done so. Let’s hope the Court has come to its senses. It’s time for the Espionage Act to go.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

... before Hillary gets charged!

Nov 03 14:17

Investigation of the Russian plane crash in Egypt. Chronicle of events

23:28:27 Russian and Egyptian experts during the preliminary examination didn't reveal mine-explosive traces on bodies of victims of a plane crash A321 at Sinai. About this TASS said a source in the Center of judicial medical expertise

Nov 03 14:12

Shaker Aamer should be denied Gitmo compensation – Tory MPs

Former Guantanamo detainee Shaker Aamer should not be given compensation for his 13-year imprisonment without charge by US authorities because he “freely chose” to live in Afghanistan, a Tory MP claims.

Nov 03 14:08

How the Myth of the Meritocracy Ruins Students

The plight of the over-scheduled, over-tested, stressed out student has become the subject of much hand-wringing and several good educational policy prescriptions. ?But if youth are to escape the educational pressure cooker, we need to understand how the pervasive myth of the meritocracy traps them in it.

Nov 03 14:03

South African Students Demand Free University Education While Building a Broad Front

Vishwas Satgar of The University of the Witwatersrand says peaceful and deciplined student protests over several weeks have brought about a concession from the ANC on tuition fees, yet the demands for labor rights on campus remain unmet -

Nov 03 14:00

Syrian IMMIGRANTS run RIOT on CYPRUS UK Military Base!

Footage has emerged showing a series of disturbances by migrants who want to leave a UK military base in Cyprus.

It shows a tent on fire, people trying to climb fences and one person shouting "We are people, not animals".

The group landed at RAF Akrotiri last month and have been at a temporary camp elsewhere while their asylum applications are processed by Cyprus.

The Ministry of Defence says the 100 migrants - mostly Syrians - are being given three meals a day and shelter.

Nov 03 13:58

Russia takes advantage of modern times in arms sales

The Americans have thus created a precedent when US arms dealers can be arrested in almost any third country, because there will always be countries that will be able to prove that the Americans supply arms to organizations that are recognized as terrorist groups in this or that country.

Nov 03 13:47

Osborne calls for changes to membership in EU

British Chancellor George Osborne has called for drastic changes to Britain’s membership of the European Union.

Nov 03 13:46

UAW using economic blackmail in effort to ram through sellout deal

With thousands of General Motors workers voting on a tentative agreement signed by the United Auto Workers for a new four-year labor deal, the UAW is mounting a campaign to break the resistance of rank-and-file workers and ram the sellout deal through.

Nov 03 13:43

Liberal media financier George Soros openly admits plan to destroy national borders, flood Europe with refugees

Leftist Billionaire admits national borders are the "obstacle" he is fighting against.

Nov 03 13:32

Hollande takes climate hopes to China

Right after German Chancellor Angela Merkel wrapped up her eighth visit to China, French President Francois Hollande embarked on a Chinese tour on Monday. Like Berlin, Paris bears in mind that it needs this high-level visit given Hollande's absence in Beijing's Victory Day parade to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression. Besides, France is also facing a series of thorny problems both at home and abroad, including crises in Europe and the Middle East. It is thus necessary to have an exchange of views with China.

More importantly, unlike Germany, Hollande came to win China's support for the forthcoming climate change conference in Paris. He wants to secure attendance of Chinese leader in the Paris climate change summit and a strong joint statement from Beijing, in order to ensure the Paris conference with comprehensive, effective achievements.

Nov 03 13:31

Germans Race to Capture the Iranian Market

Ahead of the planned lifting of Western sanctions against Iran, businessmen from around the world are visiting the country, and as one group from Germany discovered, there is no shortage of opportunities.

Nov 03 12:58

Russian plane crash in Sinai: Flight recorders reveal ‘unusual sounds’ moment before jet disappeared

The disappearance of the Russian airliner which crashed in Sinai on Saturday was preceded by sounds in the cockpit “uncharacteristic of a standard flight”, according to Russian media.

The Interfax news agency quoted officials in Cairo as providing a first insight into audio recordings from the Airbus 321’s “black box” recorders.

They reported that after a period of routine discussions between crew members, “the recordings show sounds uncharacteristic of a standard flight precede the moment of the airliner’s disappearance”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, something altered the plane's flight characteristics, but did not produce an explosive sound which would have been captured on the recorder before the sounds "uncharacteristic of a standard flight."

Recall that the altitude data provided by flightradar24.com showed a sudden climb preceding the dive. This and the recorded sounds would suggest that the tail of the aircraft started to separate, starting at the bottom of the fuselage. This would lower the angle of attack of the horizontal stabilizers, which in turn would cause the aircraft to climb. The added turbulence from the out-of-alignment empennage would account for the sound.

Nov 03 12:56

Laika, the space rover: The dog who inspired the world

On the 3rd of November 1957 the Soviet Union launched a space capsule with the dog Laika on board. She was the first animal to enter orbit around the earth. The experiment proved that a living being was able to survive a space launch and zero gravity, which opened the door to manned space flights.
Laika herself, though, died on board 5-7 hours after the launch due to overheating. Her death caused global outrage. The Kremlin was accused of animal cruelty. Laika's fate inspired artists, film-makers and musicians around the world. Many of their works suggested a happy end instead.

Webmaster addition: My understanding is that the last meal fed to the dog by the satellite was drugged.

Nov 03 12:54

Press digest: U.S. Secretary of State tours Central Asia

Kerry's tour began with Kyrgyzstan. After Bishkek, Kerry arrived in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. On November 3 he will visit Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Andrei Kazantsev, director of the Analytical Center of the Institute for International Studies at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, highlighted the three main objectives of the tour – Afghanistan, Russia and China. Kazantsev sees Afghanistan as being the number one issue. Secondly, Kazantsev believes that Kerry wanted to see how strong Russia’s position had become in the region. "After the Ukrainian crisis, Moscow's influence in Central Asia has increased dramatically," Kazantsev says. "There is a gradual expansion of the EAEC (Eurasian Economic Community – RBTH),” and cited the fact that Kyrgyzstan had expelled an American military base as another matter of U.S. interest. He also stated that many experts believe that the role of Central Asia could be of fundamental importance for the next American president.

Nov 03 12:46

Prominent Ukrainian Jewish politician arrested in security raid

A prominent Ukrainian Jewish politician linked to tycoon Ihor Kolomoisky was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of running an organized crime organization.

Hennadiy Korban, who served under Kolomoisky as deputy governor of the Dnepropetrovsk region until earlier this year and currently heads the UKROP political party, was detained during a massive raid by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) that also targeted the Kolomoisky-linked Fund for the Defense of the Country and the office of Kolomoisky confidant and legislator Boris Filatov.

Korban is a member of the board of trustees of the Dnepropetrovsk Jewish community.

Nov 03 12:38

Instructor at Harris-Stowe gets almost $5 million in racial discrimination suit

A St. Louis Circuit Court jury has awarded a former Harris-Stowe State University instructor $4.85 million after finding that the historically black university discriminated against the instructor because she is white.

The suit, filed in 2012, zeroes in on one particular administrator, accusing her of subscribing to the “Black Power” mantra and working systematically to purge Harris-Stowe’s College of Education of white faculty.

The Missouri attorney general’s office, which represented Harris-Stowe, declined to comment on the verdict.

Nov 03 12:32

Vatican arrests senior priest and adviser over leaks

Vatican police have arrested a senior Spanish priest and an Italian communications adviser for allegedly leaking confidential documents about Pope Francis’s reform of the church’s finances.

Nov 03 12:31

Surveillance Planes With Thermal Imaging Used to Spy on American People

New internal documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation reveal that surveillance planes the agency flew over Baltimore and Ferguson during highly-publicized protests also operated thermal imaging equipment.

The documents, obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union via Freedom of Information Act requests, outline how the bureau is using planes equipped with infrared and night vision cameras. They also reveal that the FBI retains the videos for an unspecified length of time.

The release of the documents comes just days after FBI Director James Comey confirmed to Congress that the agency flew surveillance aircraft over Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore during the protests following the police killings of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray.

Nov 03 12:31

Leaked DHS memo shows Obama might circumvent DAPA injunction

A newly leaked internal DHS memorandum produced for an off-the-record agency conclave reveals that the Obama administration is actively planning to circumvent a federal court injunction that suspended part of last November’s deferral-based amnesty initiative. The document, apparently prepared as follow-up from a DHS “Regulations Retreat” last summer, appears sure to re-ignite concerns in Congress as well as federal judges in the Fifth Circuit. The Administration has already been criticized from the bench for handing out work permits to hundreds of thousands of deferred action beneficiaries, in direct violation of a district court’s order. With the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals deciding any day now whether to deny the Administration’s request to reverse that injunction, this public leak has come at a critical juncture for U.S. enforcement policy.

Nov 03 12:27

Mexico holds mayor caught with gang leader

Mexican prosecutors say the mayor of a town in southern Mexico has been ordered held under house arrest after he was detained with a drug gang leader.

Nov 03 12:26

BEX ALERT - U.S. drawing a line against Putin in Europe

NATO allies are working hard to deter Russian aggression against the Baltics.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Russian aggression? Let's tally up just how many nations the United States has invaded, drone struck, or overthrown these last 13 years!

Nov 03 12:26

“The Disorder Is In The System, Not The Children” Teacher Quits With Epic Rant

Teacher Wendy Bradshaw pointed out that how the structure of modern schooling is abusive to children, and that children who are labeled as “bad” are many times just having trouble fitting into the rigid structure that is being forced on them.

Her resignation letter can be read below:

Nov 03 12:25

Government-Haters for President

When Winston Churchill made his remark about democracy being the worst form of government except for all the others that have been tried, the positive side of what he was saying about democracy had as background the Westminster system with which he was familiar and that has served Britain fairly well.

Nov 03 12:24

Bavaria promises to bus refugees to Merkel’s office in Berlin

A Bavarian official has called Chancellor Angela Merkel to tell her that if Germany welcomes a million refugees, his town will only take in around 1800.

Nov 03 12:24

White Americans dying at startling rate from addiction, suicide: Study

Middle-aged white people in the United States have suffered a startling rise in death rates since 1999, a sharp reversal in decades of progress toward longer lives, according to new findings by researchers.

The death rate for white men and women ages 45-54 with a high school education or less increased significantly between 1999 and 2013, most likely because of problems with legal and illegal drugs, alcohol and suicide, according to two economics professors at Princeton University.

(Note: "White Genocide" = Shamed to death by Jewish "Cultural Marxism")

Nov 03 12:21

Iraqi Volunteer Forces Use New Modified Weapon against ISIL

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraqi volunteer forces from Kata'ib Hezbollah brigade use a new modified rocket against ISIL militants in Mukhtar village North of Fallujah. [PHOTOS]

Nov 03 12:20

7 Al-Qaeda Affiliated Commanders Killed by Syrian Army in One Day

The terrorist groups operating in Western Syria have taken quite a hit over the last 24 hours, as several field reports have revealed a heavy death toll among the leadership and top ranks of these groups in the provinces of Aleppo, Damascus, Lattakia, and Hama.
A senior ISIL commander who has also been a ranking commander of Al-Qaeda terrorist organization was killed by the Syrian army in the Eastern countryside of Aleppo province on Tuesday. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940812001204
The Syrian Army alongside Hezbollah fighters stormed ISIL's positions near Aqayrbat town and retook full control over a rich oilfield and its facilities after killing and wounding scores of the militants, local sources said on Tuesday. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940812000725

Nov 03 12:20

Spratly Islands

In November 1946, the ROC sent naval ships to take control of the islands after the surrender of Japan.[58] It had chosen the largest and perhaps the only inhabitable island, Taiping Island, as its base, and it renamed the island under the name of the naval vessel as Taiping. Also following the defeat of Japan at the end of World War II, the ROC re-claimed the entirety of the Spratly Islands (including Taiping Island) after accepting the Japanese surrender of the islands based on the Cairo and Potsdam Declarations. The Republic of China then garrisoned Itu Aba (Taiping) island in 1946 and posted Chinese flags and markers on it along with Woody island in the Paracels.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is a bit difficult to wade through, but the short version is that China has held ownership of the Spratley Islands going back to the end of WW2. The claims by the Philippines and Vietnam are recent, urged on by the United States to provoke a conflict.

Nov 03 12:17

Deputy FM: No Talks on Transitional Period Acceptable

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Meqdad said the Damascus government will never accept to discuss establishment of a transitional government in its talks with different parties. Meqdad's remarks came after the western media reports said earlier today that the representatives of the Syrian government and the opposition groups will meet in Moscow next week to discuss the transitional period in Syria. "There is no talk about a transitional period in Syria and those who talk about this issue are unaware of Syria's realities," Meqdad told reporters after meeting with his Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir Abdollahian in Tehran on Tuesday. The senior diplomat said that the Damascus government would only accept to discuss national dialogue, a broad-based government and the constitutional process in Syria. He reiterated that no official report has been received yet about a possible meeting between the Syrian government and opposition groups.

Nov 03 12:14

French-US fund now compensating for Holocaust deportations

Holocaust survivors and family members in the U.S., Israel and elsewhere can now apply for compensation from a $60 million fund for those deported to Nazi camps by France's state rail company SNCF.

The application period for the French-funded, U.S.-administered program opened Tuesday. The money will be available for survivors of deportations, or spouses or family members of deportees who have since died.

Nov 03 12:13

Supreme Leader: No Change in US Hostile Policies towards Iran

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei cautioned that despite the nuclear deal and Washington's claims, the US is still seeking to change the ruling system in Iran. "The reality is that the US objectives vis a vis the Islamic Republic of Iran have not changed at all and if they can, they will not hesitate a moment to annihilate the Islamic Republic but they cannot, and with God's help, they will fail in materializing this goal in the future too in light of industrious moves by the youth, increasing and deepening insight of the nation and Iran's progress," Ayatollah Khamenei said in Tehran on Tuesday, addressing the Iranian university students and pupils on the threshold of the 'Students Day' and the 'Day of Campaign against Arrogance' in Iran.

Nov 03 12:10

Syrian Deputy Minister: Saudi Officials Need Psychotherapy

Syrian Deputy Economy Minister Hayan Salman lashed out at the Riyadh government officials for interfering in his country's internal affairs, and said that the Saudi officials have psychological problems and need intensive medical care.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian and UN special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed in a telephone conversation on Tuesday discussed the latest developments and international efforts to halt the Saudi aggression against Yemen. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940812001543

Nov 03 12:07

Fatigue Crack Might Be Cause of Deadly A321 Crash in Egypt

"I saw the APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) is somewhere in the desert, separated from the main wreckage, and you can see a clear cut, as if this part was separated from the aircraft like by a saw.. So it’s definitely not a sign of an explosion. It could be a fatigue crack," Karel Mundel, a Czech pilot employed by the Airbus Company, stated after watching a video of an aerial view of the wreckage of the plane.

Nov 03 12:06

Merkel: We must hit climate target to avoid refugee waves

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the world must do everything it can to meet an international goal to fight global warming, arguing that failing to do so could set off large new waves of refugees.

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This lady is insane!

Nov 03 12:03

Finally! Studies Prove That Unvaccinated Children Are Far Healthier

A study from the 1990s has come to light, proving that compared to unvaccinated children, vaccinated children were more likely to suffer from asthma, eczema, ear infections, hyperactivity and many other chronic conditions.

Furthermore, the study identified that there was a ten-fold increase in the incidence of tonsillitis in the children who were vaccinated, and a total lack tonsillectomy operations among the children who were unvaccinated.

In 1992, the Immunization Awareness Society (IAS) conducted a survey to examine the health of New Zealand’s children. Unsurprisingly, the results of their study indicated that unvaccinated children were far healthier than vaccinated children.

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"But vaccines make money. They make MONEY!!!!! Isn't that more important?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Nov 03 12:03

Ahmed Chalabi, key lobbyist for US invasion of Iraq and leading voice behind WMD claims, dies aged 71

Ahmed Chalabi, a key lobbyist for the US invasion of Iraq who was blamed for providing false intelligence on weapons of mass destruction to justify it, died of a heart attack in Iraq on Tuesday.

Chalabi, a 71-year-old lawmaker and a secular Shiite politician who headed the finance committee, 'died this morning... of a heart attack,' parliament said in a statement offering condolences for his death.

Nov 03 12:02

Israel panicked by global boycott on its goods

News sources indicate that within the coming days the European Union is going to register barcode on the Israeli goods with the aim of boycotting the goods made by Zionists in the Occupied Territories. According to Palestine Information Dissemination Center, the EU will begin putting barcode on the commodities manufactured in the Zionist settlements.

Nov 03 11:50

ISS: 15 years orbiting the Earth

On November 2, 2000, a Russian Soyuz rocket carrying Russian cosmonauts Yuri Gidzenko and Sergei Krikalyov and NASA astronaut William Shepherd docked at the International Space Station (ISS). Expedition 1 was the first long-duration stay on the ISS. The mission lasted for 136 days, from November 2000 to March 2001.

Nov 03 11:49

Kosovo can become corridor for radical Islam breaking into Europe — diplomat

...Serbian ambassador to Russia Slavenko Terzic said on Tuesday. "Most Islamists from the Balkans are fighting in the Middle East," the diplomat said. "Kosovo is an open corridor for penetration of radical Islam into Europe. It’s a pity that Europe was late in realising this," Terzic said. "As practice shows, Europe is not ready to settle this serious problem on its own," he said.

Nov 03 11:48

Aloha to the US: Is Hawai'i an occupied nation?

An upcoming election has highlighted the deep disagreement between native Hawaiians over what the future should look like. For some, it's formal recognition of their community and a changed relationship within the US. Others want to leave the US entirely - or more accurately, want the US to leave Hawai'i.

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Nov 03 11:47

US general explains why only Russia that can destroy USA

Mark Milley, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, said that it was only the Russian army that could pose a threat to the United States of America. The official also said that Russia was the only country in the world that could destroy the United States.

Milley voiced the remarks during a conference on security issues and the United States.

Nov 03 11:47

Russian Foreign Ministry: Regime change in Syria to become global-scale disaster

Bashar al-Assad remaining in power in Syria is not a principled aspect for the Russian Federation, but the change of regime in that country would be a global-scale disaster, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mariya Zakharova said Tuesday. "We have never said Assad's staying in power is a principled aspect. We are saying that the change of regime in Syria could become a disaster not only on a local or even regional scale, but, with account for that problem with refugees that we have now, this could become a big black hole," Zakharova said on the Ekho Moskvy radio. Statehood in Syria is a key aspect in the fight against terrorism, Zakharova underscored. "If there’s no Syrian statehood, there will be no one to fight terrorists on the ground," she said.
Syrian opposition, government delegations may meet in Moscow next week — diplomat http://tass.ru/en/world/833722

Nov 03 11:44

China to respond toughly to provocations in South China Sea — Foreign Ministry

"We firmly oppose other countries' attempts to damage China’s sovereignty and security interests in the freedom of navigation and air traffic. I want to emphasize that China stands firm in the defense of its territorial sovereignty and security as well as its full-fledged and legitimate interests at sea," Hua Chunying said.
US actions in South China Sea may escalate tensions — Indonesian defense minister http://tass.ru/en/world/833786 Asked if the freedom of navigation conducted by the United States was helpful or otherwise, Ryamizard said all parties should avoid going to areas that may bring about unwanted incidents. "This action risks further escalation of tensions in the disputed waters," he noted.

Nov 03 11:40

JOINT STATEMENT: Final declaration on the results of the Syria Talks in Vienna as agreed by participants

Meeting in Vienna, on October 30, 2015, China, Egypt, the EU, France, Germany, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United Nations, and the United States [“the participants”] came together to discuss the grave situation in Syria and how to bring about an end to the violence as soon as possible.

The participants had a frank and constructive discussion, covering major issues. While substantial differences remain among the participants, they reached a mutual understanding on the following:

Nov 03 11:39

Deep Divisions in German Coalition Threaten Merkel's Power Base

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing the toughest test of her political career after talks to resolve deep divisions within her coalition government threaten to split the union, with potentially serious consequences for Germany and the EU itself.

Nov 03 11:38

Kremlin attaches no importance to absence of condolences from Obama over plane crash

"While talking to [Russian Foreign Minister Sergey] Lavrov, Kerry conveyed sympathies from the entire American people," the Kremlin spokesman said, answering a question whether the U.S. president had personally offered his condolences. "Perhaps, this should be explained not by the Kremlin," Peskov noted. "For us the main thing now is the work to assist families who lost their loved ones in the plane crash, and we are focusing on this," the presidential spokesman said answering a question on the attitude of the Russian authorities to the fact that Obama had not offered condolences personally.
Experts find components that are not of the crashed A321 airliner http://tass.ru/en/world/833666

Nov 03 11:35


First they came for the Arabs ….

Then they came for the gays ….

Now they are after my cat!

Nov 03 11:35

Kiev accused of using Grad rocket launchers in night shelling of Donetsk

Ukrainian troops shelled the Donetsk suburb of Staromikhailovka from Grad multiple rocket launcher systems, the Donetsk News Agency said on Tuesday, citing a local administration official. "Examination of a private house in Staromikhailovka destroyed in shelling by Ukrainian troops overnight to November 3 revealed fragments of a Grad multiple rocket launcher system," he said.
"The shelling started around 4am. After a direct hit, a roof of a residential house was destroyed. No one was injured as people managed to hide. Explosions were heard throughout the day yesterday, and strong shellings by Ukrainian forces started in the evening" http://tass.ru/en/world/833673
Donetsk republic may postpone weaponry withdrawal due to repeated shellings http://tass.ru/en/world/833761

Nov 03 11:34

How the F.B.I. Can Detain, Render and Threaten Without Risk

Eight years after Mr. Meshal’s rendition, his case ended up before a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The questions hanging over the proceeding were: can the United States government allow, or even facilitate, the rendition of an American citizen to another country for interrogation? And can United States officials themselves conduct rendition and interrogations of American citizens, including threats of torture, on foreign soil?

According to a decision handed down last week, the answers appear to be yes. If this decision stands, it will mean that an American citizen overseas who is unlawfully targeted by the United States government for rendition, interrogation and detention with the help of a local government will have no form of redress in the courts.

Nov 03 11:33

Calais Now So Dangerous British Truck Drivers Are Choosing Tasers To Thwart Violent Migrant Attacks

Illegals attempting to enter Britain by France’s port of Calais are resorting to violence to break their way into trucks, forcing drivers to take radical steps to defend themselves.

Nov 03 11:32

Pegida 02.11.2015 Pegida march in Dresden takes 20 minutes to pass the camera

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This UN/Soros attempt to end national sovereignty will backflash into civil war!

Nov 03 11:32

German official says Merkel’s open door migrant policy will lead to ‘civil war’ after thousands march through one city holding crucifixes during anti-Islam protest

A German official has said that Angela Merkel's open door migrant policy will lead to 'civil war' after thousands marched through one city's streets holding crucifixes during an anti-Islam protest.

Hansjoerg Mueller, of the Alternative for Germany party, said the country was 'sliding towards anarchy' and risks becoming a 'banana republic without any government'.

He made the claims after about 8,000 people joined the anti-Islam Pegida movement for a rally in Dresden over Angela Merkel's decision to allow up to one million migrants into the country this year.

Some demonstrators held crucifixes and upside-down German flags while others shouted 'Merkel out!' alongside doctored images of the German Chancellor in a burqa and a Nazi outfit.

The group's leaders, who have been described by German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere as 'hard right-wing extremists', are demanding an immediate end to the policy.

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Nov 03 11:29

UN Special Rep: EU/U.S. Must Take More Refugees, End Sovereignty

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There it is, right from the United Nations! The agenda behind flooding Europe with refugees and the US with illegal immigrants is to destroy the identity of the separate nations, so that they can all be merged under one global government ... which cannot be achieved without wars with Russia and China!

Nov 03 11:25

Russian, US air groups drill skills to prevent midair proximity over Syria — General Staff

Russian and United States air groups conducted joint exercise on Tuesday to drill skills of pilots and ground services in case of midair proximity over Syria, chief of the Main Department for Operations at the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Gen Andrey Kartapolov said. "At eleven in the morning Moscow time today, Russian and US air forces conducted joint exercise to drill skills of interaction between crews and ground forces in case of midair proximity," he said.

Nov 03 11:23

General Staff: Coordinates of 24 terrorist targets in Syria provided by opposition

The Russian military have established contacts with leaders of the Syrian opposition and field commanders of a number of armed groups, chief of the Main Department for Operations at the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Gen Andrey Kartapolov said on Tuesday. "As part of efforts to create a broad international anti-terrorist coalition in the Middle East, we have established contacts with leaders of the Syrian opposition and field commanders of a number of armed groups... Despite their four-year-long confrontation with the government troops, these patriotically-minded forces postpone their political ambitions to the ideas of preserving Syria as a united independent state free from the Islamic State and other terrorist organizations... We hope this step will give a new vector in the settlement of the Syrian conflict... We have reached an agreement on joint actions against terrorists and established contacts for information transfer.

Nov 03 11:23

Secret British Papers on Syria Reveal Russian Role

a US diplomat in Syria at the time, Deane Hinton, cabled to Washington:

"I want to go on record as saying that this is the stupidest, most irresponsible action a diplomatic mission like ours could get itself involved in, and that we've started a series of these things that will never end."

They do indeed continue to this day. What averted the turn to the worst back in 1957 was western understanding that Moscow was prepared to defend Syria's independence by all means.

Nov 03 11:23

Audi, Porsche join VW scandal: EPA finds more emission cheating software

Audi and Porsche have been pulled into Volkswagen’s emission-cheating scandal. The US environmental regulator has broadened its investigation and found that the Porsche Cayenne and five Audi models also have software cheating federal pollution standards.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended its list of affected vehicles to include a new 2015 Porsche Cayenne and the yet-to-come 2016 Audi A6 Quattro, A7 Quattro, A8, A8L, and Q5. It also includes the 2014 Volkswagen Touareg.

Nov 03 11:22

Is Berlin Ready to Risk Washington's Wrath by Restoring Ties With Russia?

Berlin is ready to restore its relationship with Russia, clearly understanding that it would “create friction” with Washington, which, in turn, will use all its influence over Eastern European states to restrain the rapprochement of the two. But for now, Germany is only “testing the waters” before its final decision, according to Stratfor.

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"You can't DO that!!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Nov 03 11:19

Russian plane 'broke up in air' before Sinai crash

Russian aviation official says inspection of wreckage in Egypt shows plane broke apart but this does not necessarily indicate bomb.

Russia’s transport safety watchdog, Rostransnadzor, said it had ordered the Kogalymavia airline, which is also known as Metrojet, to ground its fleet of Airbus A321s until the cause of the disaster was established, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.

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The Russians get the benefit of the doubt here, because from Russia's point of view, the plane being brought down by ISIS justifies escalation of Russia's activities in Iraq and Syria.

Nov 03 11:19

Israel raids hospital, blocks medical care in Jerusalem

For three straight days, Israeli soldiers rampaged through East Jerusalem’s only emergency hospital, located on the Mount of Olives.

Medical and human rights groups say the raids are part of a pattern of Israeli obstruction to medical care in the occupied city.

Over the last month, Israeli occupation forces have seriously hindered medical care to Palestinians by blocking ambulances at checkpoints, harassing medics and violating patient privacy.

Nov 03 11:17

Russia sends 100,000 tonnes of wheat as humanitarian aid to Syria

"Russia’s Unified Grain Company sent some 100,000 tonnes of soft red winter wheat [fourth-class wheat] from the intervention fund".

Nov 03 11:13

Russian Air Force,Syrian Opposition Reach Agreement On Joint Action Against Terrorists!

Pure Genius!

"In the framework of a broader international coalition on the fight against terrorism in the Middle East, we have established contacts with leaders and field commanders of several opposition units. These patriotic groups which, despite fighting government forces for four years, hold the idea of preserving Syria as a united sovereign state, free from ISIL and other terrorists of all sorts, higher than their political ambitions. We hope that this step will become a turning point in the resolution of the Syrian conflict.

"Russian Aerospace Forces and the Syrian opposition have reached an agreement on joint action against terrorists, he said.

According to Kartapolov, the Russian air group deployed in Syria has already coordinated joint anti-terrorism efforts with the Syrian opposition by establishing reliable data exchange channels.

Nov 03 11:09

TransCanada Asks US to Suspend Keystone Pipeline Application

The company sponsoring the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline Monday asked the State Department to suspend the review of its federal permit application, a request that could push a final decision on the pipeline beyond President Obama’s tenure in office.

The administration is preparing to reject a cross-border permit for the project aimed at transporting hundreds of thousands of barrels of heavy crude oil from Canada’s oil sands region to Gulf Coast refineries, according to several individuals who have been briefed but spoke on the condition of anonymity because the White House’s decision has not been announced. In asking for a delay, TransCanada could hand the issue, which has come to symbolize the broader battle over how the United States should address climate change, to the next U.S. president.

Nov 03 11:07

Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported that Israeli and American teams are in talks to increase the annual US military aid to Israel by as much as $1 billion, on top of the current $3.1 billion

American and Israeli military officials are in talks for increasing the annual US military aid to Israel by as much as $1 billion, according to the Israeli daily Haaretz.

An anonymous source told the Israeli daily, that this boost will be on top of the current $3.1 billion that Tel Aviv annually receives from Washington.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, a military and financial aid package to Israel, which so obese it has to be rolled down the stairs, is the US government's "price" for the Iran deal?!?

Right now, here in our city on Oahu, there are homeless Vets, sleeping on our streets; infrastructure is crumbling; homelessness to people whose jobs have been outsourced/offshored is becoming the norm. This scenario is played out a million times over on the mainland; and yet you're giving this additional "blood money" money to a wretchedly apartheid, self-proclaimed theocracy with nuclear weapons?!?

As reported at CNN, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's Prime Minister, is due to meet with you on Monday next.

With the country you allegedly lead on the ropes, at so many levels, what more are you going to be throwing at his feet when he walks through the doors of the Oval Office?!?

Sir, forgive me, but the American people, many of whom are in dire straits, directly due to your policy decisions, have to be asking: what the hell are you thinking?!?

Nov 03 11:07

Shadowy Web Site Creates Blacklist of Pro-Palestinian Activists, Reminiscent of “McCarthyism”

A new website is publicizing the identities of pro-Palestinian student activists to prevent them from getting jobs after they graduate from college. But the website is keeping its own backers’ identity a secret.

“It is your duty to ensure that today’s radicals are not tomorrow’s employees,” a female narrator intones in a slick video posted to the website’s YouTube account.

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As I mentioned on yesterday's radio show, these kinds of tactics are a public confession that the perpetrators know they cannot win an open debate on the facts, logic, and law. It is simply strike-in-the-dark terrorism to get what they want.

Nov 03 11:06

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