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“What is not being discussed is a much bigger and more imminent threat that makes action imperative, an existential one for the United States… The nightmare scenario of an America sent back centuries in time before electricity, refrigeration, and smart phones has grown unnervingly closer with the presence of two North Korean satellites with orbits over a blissfully unaware American populace and an Obama administration that was indifferent to the apocalyptic threat of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack…” – Daniel John Sobieski, “Could North Korea Destroy the US?” – American Thinker, April 19th, 2017.
(I strongly recommend reading this article in full -JG).
All emphasis added by me -JG.
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Poland: New government thinks young male “refugees” should be made to join an army which could be sent back to ‘liberate’ Syria from ISIS – “We can help them form an army… Tens of thousands of young men disembark from their rubber dinghies with iPad in hand and instead of asking for drink or food, they ask where they can charge their cellphones… They can go to fight to liberate their country with our help”
Germany: Dental professionals say the teeth of many immigrants are so bad they require “significant work, which will cost the tax payer billions of Euros” – In cities like Hamburg, the city government has ordered the private insurance schemes to accept migrants onto their books, passing on the cost to local tax payers
Council blames Romans for poor roads in U.K.
“Cyprus model” to guide future bank bailouts?
Interesting philosophical dissertion on individuals versus collectives
Hawaii former official’s affidavit says there is “no Obama birth certificate”
TransPacific Partnership will hand power to the “global financial elite”
Genetic meddling with humans?
The new Pope’s controversial stand on the Falklands
Migrating fish carry Fukushima radiation
U.S. Alaska defences aimed at Arctic control – ex-MI5 officer
Earthquake expected anytime on US West Coast
Court rules Obama’s appointments unconstitutional
Bank of England ready to set up Yuan ‘swap line’
Washington didn’t tell Marine General he was being replaced
Mississippi moves to ‘neutralize’ federal laws, protect sovereignty
The Germans don’t trust Obama with their gold…
Obama’s shameless exploitation of children
Iran sending warships to the Mediterranean
U.S. Supreme Court to hear case on Obama’s eligibility to be President
Sandy Hook AR-15 Hoax? Still No School Surveillance Footage Released
Firebrand cleric raises fear of coup in Pakistan
White House petition response: There’s no right to secede
U.K. prepares to defend Falkland Islands
European Court to rule on controversial ‘Christian freedom’ cases
The decline and fall of the United States Navy
Black writer: Blacks are bound by their own chains
‘Routine’ binge-drinking on nuclear submarine where officer murdered
NRA gets 100,000 new members after Sandy Hook shooting
Gun channel boss found shot dead in rural area
U.S. rebellion could result in ‘a nation of Sarajevos’
China prepares for war with Japan
Slaves to technology?
“Most people do not use independent, critical thinking to question whether their quality of life is actually improved by the incessant use of technology products that are marketed more aggressively than just about anything else.”
Letter from a Chinese labourer
“…the conditions described in the letter certainly conform to what we know about conditions in re-education through labour camps.” – Human Rights Watch.
Russia upgrading naval capabilities
“Russia aims to add 50 new warships, including nuclear submarines, to its defensive arsenal by 2016.”
New York Police lawsuits
“Lawsuits filed against the New York Police Department (NYPD) cost the city’s taxpayers a record-high of $185.6 million in the fiscal year 2011.”
U.S: Bill to allow an unlimited number of Presidential terms
Nasty, but doomed… courtesy of Congressman José E. Serrano.