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on October 12, 2016 in Featured World News

SOUTH AFRICANS RISE IN SUPPORT of the Monsanto Tribunal

Crimes against humanity, human rights violations and ecocide by Rushka Johnson Over the Weekend of 14 – 16 October, South Africans will be joining their voices in a call against Agro chemical Giant Monsanto and others like them, in support of the international Tribunal in the Hague. With organic markets, seed swaps, garden project initiatives, celebrating organic farmers, talks by doctors in the field, environmental lawyers, practicing permaculture implementers, environmental activists, parents, teachers, farmers, farm workers who have either been drastically effected, seen the effects of or who are working on the solutions to the problems which these agro chemical...

Crimes against humanity, human rights violations and ecocide by Rushka Johnson Over the Weekend of 14 – 16 October, South Africans will be joining their voices in a call against Agro chemical Giant Monsanto and others like them, in support...

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on October 4, 2016 in Featured World News

Pro-American Arab Refugee Unloads About Trump, Milo, Islam and Feminism

“If you’re planning to bring the Muslims I fled to the land I found, meet me in the next 15 minutes for an ass-kicking.” by Mark Tapson During the Q&A after a speech given by gay conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of San Francisco last week, a brave Arab girl stepped to the mic and opened up about her support for Trump and Milo while unloading on feminism and Islam apologists. Having fled a Muslim marriage in Kuwait to come to America three years ago, Sarah “I found home in America, and I would really hate it...

“If you’re planning to bring the Muslims I fled to the land I found, meet me in the next 15 minutes for an ass-kicking.” by Mark Tapson During the Q&A after a speech given by gay conservative firebrand Milo...

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on September 30, 2016 in Featured World News

The Real Reasons Behind Obama’s Hypocritical Veto of the 9/11 Justice Bill

By Darius Shahtahmasebi Nobel Peace Prize-winning President Barack Obama suffered an embarrassment this week when Congress voted overwhelmingly in favor of overriding his veto of the so-called 9/11 bill. The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is controversial because it would allow victims of the September 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for their alleged involvement in the attacks. Most interesting, however, is Obama’s response to the congressional decision. Of specific concern is his essential argument that the 9/11 bill could erode the concept of sovereign immunity, which would leave American citizens and assets vulnerable to lawsuits from overseas countries:...

By Darius Shahtahmasebi Nobel Peace Prize-winning President Barack Obama suffered an embarrassment this week when Congress voted overwhelmingly in favor of overriding his veto of the so-called 9/11 bill. The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is controversial because...

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on September 29, 2016 in Featured World News

China launches ‘RELIGIOUS WINTER’ in bid to DESTROY Christianity in fierce crackdown

CHRISTIANS are preparing for a “harsh religious winter” as the Chinese authorities ban them from travelling in the latest government crackdown. By Katie Mansfield The Chinese Communist Party is tightening its grip on worship and has released a new set of religious restrictions to come into place next month. All unofficial religious activity will be suppressed with house churches forced to disband and strict travel restrictions in place as China continues its attempt to undermine the Vatican. The ruling Chinese Communist Party is officially atheist with more than half of China’s 1.4billion population not associated with any religion or...

CHRISTIANS are preparing for a “harsh religious winter” as the Chinese authorities ban them from travelling in the latest government crackdown. By Katie Mansfield The Chinese Communist Party is tightening its grip on worship and has released a new...

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on September 29, 2016 in Featured World News

India’s organic rice success story proves that GMOs are unnecessary

 by: Daniel Barker One of the biggest – but most easily debunked – lies we’ve been told about GM agriculture is that the technology is necessary to feed a steadily increasing world population. Monsanto and other GM agriculture companies would like for us to believe that their methods increase crop yields and are therefore essential in fighting world hunger, but it simply isn’t true. Many people who might otherwise be skeptical about GMOs have been led to accept the idea that the supposed increase in yields justifies the widespread planting of GM crops, so they tend to overlook the...

 by: Daniel Barker One of the biggest – but most easily debunked – lies we’ve been told about GM agriculture is that the technology is necessary to feed a steadily increasing world population. Monsanto and other GM agriculture companies...

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on September 29, 2016 in Featured World News

George Soros’s False Flag Factories

By Wayne Madsen Strategic Culture Foundation Global hedge fund tycoon and political provocateur George Soros is leading a war of symbols, namely flags and banners either resurrected or conjured up by his myriad non-profit groups, to stir religious, racial, and ethnic tensions the world over. From the Serbian OTPOR! movement and its clenched-fist symbol adopted by protests groups around the world to the menacing black and white flag of the Islamic State, which first appeared during the Soros-backed «Arab Spring» rebellions, Soros’s «false flag» factories have been running at break-neck production speeds. Soros and his acolytes saw the importance...

By Wayne Madsen Strategic Culture Foundation Global hedge fund tycoon and political provocateur George Soros is leading a war of symbols, namely flags and banners either resurrected or conjured up by his myriad non-profit groups, to stir religious, racial,...

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on September 22, 2016 in Featured World News

Jury Finds Woman NOT Guilty of “Manufacturing Drugs” Because the Cannabis She Grew Was Medicine

By Justin Gardner In a state where medical and recreational cannabis is still completely prohibited, a jury found Bridget Kirouac not guilty of cultivating cannabis plants. This heartening example of jury nullification is yet another indication that public opinion is firmly on the side of medical cannabis — and government’s war on drugs is being rejected. Years ago, Kirouac was prescribed medical cannabis by a doctor in Maine to treat chronic pain where opioids failed. Maine has long acknowledged the healing power of cannabis, enacting their first medical legalization in 1999. Florida, however, is still in a primitive state regarding...

By Justin Gardner In a state where medical and recreational cannabis is still completely prohibited, a jury found Bridget Kirouac not guilty of cultivating cannabis plants. This heartening example of jury nullification is yet another indication that public opinion is...

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on September 22, 2016 in Featured World News

Charlotte rioters try to toss unconscious photographer INTO A FIRE

This is really disgusting: One of our crews was attacked in Uptown. Reporter & Cameraman taken by ambulance to hospital. — Mike Hanson (@MikeWCNC) September 22, 2016 WCCB is reporting a few people tried to put a news photographer into a flaming trashcan and police came to his aid — Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) September 22, 2016 UPDATE – there’s video of the photographer being saved by police: We have the latest on the #CharlotteProtests following the fatal officer-involved shooting of #KeithScott. View: https://t.co/BGOofpgmyp pic.twitter.com/K2SluvZpq4 — TWC News Charlotte (@TWCNewsCLT) September 22, 2016 Unbelievable. #WCCB witnessed protesters try to throw...

This is really disgusting: One of our crews was attacked in Uptown. Reporter & Cameraman taken by ambulance to hospital. — Mike Hanson (@MikeWCNC) September 22, 2016 WCCB is reporting a few people tried to put a news photographer...

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on September 22, 2016 in Featured World News

Sheriff David Clarke on Charlotte Rioting: ‘Primitive, Subhuman Behavior’

“What was on display last night was something you see in a third world nation.” by  Mark Tapson   Sheriff David Clark joined Neil Cavuto on Fox News to highlight the irresponsible reporting and politically-charged decision making during the rioting that took place in Charlotte NC after a suspect was shot during an altercation with police. “What was on display last night was something you see in a third world nation, like Haiti. It didn’t represent the good city of Charlotte, North Carolina, here in the United States. You saw primitive behavior on display — at best, primitive behavior,...

“What was on display last night was something you see in a third world nation.” by  Mark Tapson   Sheriff David Clark joined Neil Cavuto on Fox News to highlight the irresponsible reporting and politically-charged decision making during the...

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on September 19, 2016 in Featured World News

MIGRANT HORROR Teen tied up and gagged after three men gang rape her at Eiffel Tower

A TEENAGER in Paris has been found tied up and gagged after being gang raped by a group of illegal immigrants next to the Eiffel Tower. By Alix Culbertson A source close to the case, said: “It was a warm night, and she expected to eat strawberries and grapes, and to drink Coke, but then the attack took place.”The woman was dragged under a bush behind where a blanket had been laid out.She was then assaulted by three men who then gagged, beat her up and tied her up. Getty Makeshift migrant camps have sprung up all over Paris...

A TEENAGER in Paris has been found tied up and gagged after being gang raped by a group of illegal immigrants next to the Eiffel Tower. By Alix Culbertson A source close to the case, said: “It was a...

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