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on November 20, 2017 in World News

Sweden: Crimes Against the Person Surge to New Highs Following Migrant Influx

by Jack Montgomery Crimes against the person in Sweden have risen to “the highest level since measurements began”, according to the latest National Security Survey. “Vulnerability to fraud, sexual offences and harassment has increased,” confesses a press release issued by the Scandinavian country’s Crime Prevention Council (Brå). Fully 15.6 per cent of the population aged 16-79 were subjected to abuse, threats, sexual offences, personal property, fraud, or harassment in 2016, based on a sample of 12,000 people. Brå notes that “young women aged 16-24 are the most vulnerable to sexual offences”, and reveals that an astonishing 14 per cent of young women in...

by Jack Montgomery Crimes against the person in Sweden have risen to “the highest level since measurements began”, according to the latest National Security Survey. “Vulnerability to fraud, sexual offences and harassment has increased,” confesses a press release issued by...

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on November 20, 2017 in Featured World News

French ‘Free Thinkers’ Who Denounced Christian Cross Now Plead for Islamic Mosque

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. In a bizarre turn of events, the group of “free thinkers” that fought to have a cross removed from public property in northwest France is now fighting to save a mosque. For years, the National Federation of Free Thought (FNLP) has been leading the legal battle for the removal of a monument to Pope John Paul II situated on public land in the Breton town of Ploërmel. The group proclaimed victory earlier this month when the French administrative court ordered the removal of the stone cross that surmounts the statue, saying it violated the...

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. In a bizarre turn of events, the group of “free thinkers” that fought to have a cross removed from public property in northwest France is now fighting to save a mosque. For years, the...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

Minor Violations Lead To Massive Prosecution Fees For Violators In Two California Desert Towns

Thank you, sir may I have another? Via Reason: A couple of cities in the California desert have found a novel and remarkably cruel way to make money—force citizens to pay for the privilege of being prosecuted by the attorneys contracting with these cities. We’ve seen cities across the country abuse their own citizens—particularly its poorest residents and visitors—with vicious enforcement of petty laws designed to create a revenue stream via a cascade of fines and fees. But I don’t think we’ve seen an enforcement mechanism as nasty and cruel as the one the Desert Sun has uncovered out...

Thank you, sir may I have another? Via Reason: A couple of cities in the California desert have found a novel and remarkably cruel way to make money—force citizens to pay for the privilege of being prosecuted by the...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

WATCH: Hillary Praises Bill For Staying Off Twitter As President — Before It Was Created

“He didn’t tweet about it, he got to work about it and he actually got it done.” By Ryan Saavedra Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at a Clinton Foundation event on Saturday where she complained about people spreading misinformation about her as she delivered some misinformation of her own. The event, which commemorated the 25th anniversary of Bill’s victory in the 1992 presidential election, featured both Clintons and their former campaign manager, James Carville. Hillary blamed Fox News and other news outlets for many of both her and her husband’s problems and complained that right-leaning websites were...

“He didn’t tweet about it, he got to work about it and he actually got it done.” By Ryan Saavedra Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at a Clinton Foundation event on Saturday where she complained about people...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

NYT Blames Racism for Americans Wanting to Keep the Money They Earn

“I have written about this country’s uniquely stingy tax policy before.” by Alex Parker Some people like to keep the money they make. There’s a word for those people, according to leftist economics columnist Eduardo Porter: (wait for it…) racists. (Eureka!) New York Times writer Porter says in Wednesday’s “Considering the True Cost Of Keeping Taxes Lower” that Americans would have no problem shelling out mega-money for the government’s pet projects if only we weren’t so doggone filled with hatred for minorities. Eschewing notions of “rugged individualism” as a reason to hold onto one’s earnings, Porter lands the front page of the Business...

“I have written about this country’s uniquely stingy tax policy before.” by Alex Parker Some people like to keep the money they make. There’s a word for those people, according to leftist economics columnist Eduardo Porter: (wait for it…)...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

Top US General Says He Would Disobey Trump – Refuse to Launch ‘Illegal’ Nuclear Strike

by Jim Hoft The top US nuclear commander told a conference in Canada he would push back against an “illegal” order from President Trump to launch nuclear weapons. It’s not clear what he meant by an “illegal” order from the Commander in Chief.  Air Force Gen. John Hyten, commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM), told a Halifax audience that he has given it a lot of thought since President Trump was elected. What the hell? And why does this guy still have a job? full story at http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/11/top-us-general-says-disobey-trump-refuse-launch-illegal-nuclear-strike/

by Jim Hoft The top US nuclear commander told a conference in Canada he would push back against an “illegal” order from President Trump to launch nuclear weapons. It’s not clear what he meant by an “illegal” order from...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

Liberals Make Case That Christian Beliefs Are “Incompatible” for Adopting Child

By Benjamin Arie What happens when people with Christian worldviews and traditional family values are openly persecuted by the government? That appears to be what is already happening in Canada, and a disturbing trend within our northern neighbor should serve as a warning of what may be coming to the United States soon. In the province of Alberta, a couple hoping to adopt a child has had their application rejected by the government. The reason? They happen to personally believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. “The Edmonton married couple say they submitted their application last year...

By Benjamin Arie What happens when people with Christian worldviews and traditional family values are openly persecuted by the government? That appears to be what is already happening in Canada, and a disturbing trend within our northern neighbor should serve...

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on November 19, 2017 in Alternative News - Conspiracy News World News

USAID and Wall Street: Conflicts, Coups, and Conquest

By Tony Cartalucci In 1928 when the US-based United Fruit Company – now known as Chiquita Brands International – faced labor issues in Colombia, it had at its disposal Colombian troops which gunned down hundreds of strikers to maintain production and profits. Ensuring that Colombia protected “American interests” was the US State Department who hosted company representatives at the US embassy in Bogotá, which in turn was in contact with Washington. The United Fruit Company’s actions in Colombia was far from an isolated incident. US Marine Corps General Smedley Butler would write a book regarding his personal, first-hand experience in fighting...

By Tony Cartalucci In 1928 when the US-based United Fruit Company – now known as Chiquita Brands International – faced labor issues in Colombia, it had at its disposal Colombian troops which gunned down hundreds of strikers to maintain...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

Seeing The Effects of Mass Migration in Western Europe Turns Young Poles Populist

by Oliver JJ Lane In a piece perpetuating the perception of annual independence day celebrations in Poland as a “far right” festival, Britain’s Guardian newspaper has inadvertently identified an unexpected side effect of European free movement of labour — the growth of populist-right ideas among young Poles. Rather than right-wing views becoming more prevalent among those ‘left behind’ by globalism and the breaking down of borders — a common trope repeated about a perceived lack of education among Brexit voters by sneering remainers — anti-mass migration views may actually be encouraged in Eastern European nations by their best travelled and internationalist...

by Oliver JJ Lane In a piece perpetuating the perception of annual independence day celebrations in Poland as a “far right” festival, Britain’s Guardian newspaper has inadvertently identified an unexpected side effect of European free movement of labour — the...

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on November 19, 2017 in World News

Oxford University Introduces Mandatory ‘Cultural Appropriation’ Classes

by Liam Deacon An Oxford college has become the first to introduce compulsory racial awareness classes to ensure ethnic minorities are not offended. Students at Magdalen College voted to compel all first-year freshers to attend the sessions, which will cover racism, ‘institutional racism’, ‘cultural appropriation,’ and implicit bias. According to The Telegraph, students will learn about how to “participate effectively in fighting racism for both BME [Black and Minority Ethnic] and non-BME students”. Farheen Ahmed, Oxford Student Union’s Vice President for Welfare and Equal Opportunities, said she welcomed the move as “an important part of bringing the conversation about race and...

by Liam Deacon An Oxford college has become the first to introduce compulsory racial awareness classes to ensure ethnic minorities are not offended. Students at Magdalen College voted to compel all first-year freshers to attend the sessions, which will cover racism,...

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