PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea presented a detained American student before the media on Monday in Pyongyang, where he tearfully apologized for attempting to steal a political banner — at the behest, he said, of a member of a church back home who wanted it as a “trophy” — from a staff-only section of the hotel where he had been staying.
North Korea announced in late January it had arrested Otto Warmbier, a 21-year-old University of Virginia undergraduate student. It said that after entering the country as a tourist he committed an anti-state crime with “the tacit connivance of the U.S. government and under its manipulation.” Continue reading “North Korea puts tearful detained American before cameras”
Natural News – by Ethan A Huff
Absent even a shred of science-based evidence showing it to be safe, a new variety of genetically modified (GM) pharmaceutical “corn” awaits its planting somewhere in Central California, where authorities have agreed to allow a San Luis Obispo-based biotechnology company to grow it in the open air without any safety testing. Continue reading “Drug-producing GM corn to be grown in California despite lack of evidence showing safety”
Video Rebel’s Blog
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
And the following advice came from Don Vito Corleone in the Godfather movie as a warning to Mafia chieftains at an organized crime peace summit: Continue reading “Memo To The Elite: Forget About Assassinating Donald Trump”
DAYTON — The pastor of St. Peter’s Missionary Baptist Church was shot and killed at the end of Sunday services, and his brother is behind bars, accused of pulling the trigger.
The Prince William County Police Department swore in Officer Ashley M. Guindon on Friday, tweeting a photo of her and another new recruit and including a message: “Be safe!”
Twenty-four hours later, on her first day on the street, Guindon, 28, was one of three officers called to respond to a domestic-violence incident in Woodbridge, Va. Continue reading “Man charged in killing of Va. officer is Army staff sergeant at Pentagon”
I took down my Rebel flag (which you can’t buy on eBay any more) and peeled the NRA sticker off the front door. I disconnected my home alarm system and quit the candy-ass Neighborhood Watch. I bought two Pakistani flags and put one at each corner of the front yard. Then I purchased the black flag of ISIS (which you CAN buy on eBay) and ran it up the flag pole.
Now, the local police, sheriff, FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, Secret Service and other agencies are all watching my house 24/7. I’ve NEVER felt safer and I’m saving $39.95 a month that ADT used to charge me. Plus, I bought burkas for my family when we shop or travel. Everyone moves out of the way and security can’t pat us down.
Hot Damn — Safe at last!
Ain’t America great or what?
Anti-Media – by Billy Briggs
London — In a new report, a British anti-poverty charity puts Britain at the center of a growing global mercenary industry worth around $560 million to companies in the United Kingdom alone.
In its report, “Mercenaries Unleashed: The brave new world of private military and security companies,” War On Want names a number of major military and security companies (PMSCs) making vast profits in conflict zones around the world, including Control Risks, G4S and Olive Group. Continue reading “Mercenary Industry Booming as Private Armies Wage Wars for Corporations”
Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez and other Southern California bishops announced Saturday an initiative to assist an estimated 2.4 million legal permanent residents in the United States who are seeking citizenship.
The joint effort, announced at the Immigration Summit held at the Christ Cathedral in Orange County, will “offer practical assistance for legal residents seeking citizenship,” according to a release from the Los Angeles Archdiocese. Continue reading “Los Angeles archbishop, others announce immigration initiative”
Breitbart – by Bob Price
A Virginia police officer was shot and killed Saturday afternoon during her first day on the job. She and two other officers were shot while responding to a domestic-related call.
The Prince William County Police Department announced on Saturday that Officer Ashley Guidon died just hours after beginning her first shift as a police officer after being sworn in on Friday. She and two other officers were shot while responding to a domestic-related shooting that occurred in in Woodbridge, VA. The other two officers are being treated for their injuries at a local hospital, according to a statement from the department posted on Facebook. Continue reading “Virginia Police Officer Killed One Day After Swearing In”
Fox News 1450 KZNU – by Kate Dalley
I’ve thought about you. All three of you, with your guns pointed at LaVoy Finicum. The video still haunts me.
I would have been the first one to give you the benefit of the doubt. I was raised around law enforcement. I know good men in law enforcement. But that changed for me, as it did thousands of Americans, with the events that unfurled in Oregon as I felt utterly stunned at what I viewed in that video. Continue reading “An Open Letter To The Three FBI Agents That Killed LaVoy Finicum In Oregon”
International Middle East Center
US President Barack Obama, this week, signed into law a sweeping trade agreement which protects Israel from boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) by countries who oppose the ongoing military occupation of Palestine.
The agreement — H.R. 644: Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 — was passed 75-20, on February 11, and later signed into law by the president, on February 24. Continue reading “Obama Signs anti-BDS Trade Agreement into Law”
Redress Online – by Rich Forer
Colorado House Bill 16-284, which requires the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) to divest from companies that have economic prohibitions against Israel, passed the State House of Representatives on Friday 26 February.
On Tuesday 23 February I testified against the bill before a house committee. The state representatives who co-sponsored the bill went first and said the bill was needed to combat anti-Semitism and the delegitimisation of. Continue reading “Anti-BDS legislation moving through Colorado legislature: the case for the Israel boycott BDS”
At least three people were stabbed, one critically, near a planned Ku Klux Klan rally Saturday inSouthern California, police said.
The violence erupted between KKK members and counter-protesters in Anaheim, about 35 miles southeast of Los Angeles, Sgt. Daron Wyatt with theAnaheim Police Department told The Associated Press. Continue reading “Police: 3 stabbed at KKK rally in Southern California”
Liberty Blitzkrieg – by Michael Krieger
As the Apple vs. FBI battle rages in the court system and throughout the halls of Congress, Obama decides to do what he does best. Using “his pen” to make consequential decisions unilaterally.
Just another day in the American banana republic. Continue reading “Obama to Expand Surveillance State Powers by Signing a 21 Page Memo”
The four people killed by a Washington state man who later fatally shot himself were his wife, her two adopted sons and a neighbor, the Mason County Sheriff’s Office said on Saturday, a day after the shooting in a rural home west of Seattle.
The sheriff’s office chief deputy said the gunman, David Wayne Campbell, 51, had “an extensive criminal history.” Continue reading “Four killed by Washington state gunman included his wife, her two sons”
Orlando Sentinel – by Gal Tziperman Lotan
Three seventh-graders at Deltona Middle School are facing criminal charges after allegedly putting crushed red pepper flakes in their teacher’s can of Mountain Dew, a Volusia County sheriff’s spokesman said.
The three 12-year-old girls were arrested are being held at the Volusia Regional Juvenile Detention Center.
Two face charges of poisoning food or water and tampering with consumer products. The third faces charges of tampering with consumer products and being a principal to poisoning food or water.
Continue reading “Seventh graders arrested, accused of putting pepper flakes in teacher’s soda”
Maine Republic – by David Robinson
Your time-line (road-map) to explore the fraud and deception for yourself!
- 1754-1776: The “United Colonies” take shape as a loose political association, and the First and Second Continental Congresses result.
- 1776: The Colonies declare independence. Continue reading “The specific details of how you were defrauded – by Judge Anna von Reitz, Alaska”