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March 16, 2018, 01:02 PM
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Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

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March 16, 2018, 05:41 PM
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A satirical documentary, broadcast a few months before the Iraq invasion in 2003, about the prologue to the war that cost so many lives, and trillions of paper money.

Between Iraq and a Hard Place

Truly, a must see. Shame it is in really bad resolution.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

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April 05, 2018, 02:24 AM
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This two-part article explains in estimated numbers how many people were killed for the excuse of a false-flag attack perpetrated in-part by the US government:

Part 1:

Part 2:

We live in a sad unjust world ruled by evil men.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

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April 05, 2018, 05:28 AM
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What is the difference between US allied forces in Afghanistan & Abu Mus'ab Al-Zarqawi's forces..

They are both ready to kill hundreds of innocents for no reason other than killing a few of their enemy.. They are using the same Fatwa..
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

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April 05, 2018, 05:39 AM
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This is one of my favorite documentaries that I've watched recently..

The US government doesn't mind killing women & children by CS gas, fire, and mid-ranged automatic weapons

Waco - A New Revelation

Tear gas should be banned globally..
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

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April 05, 2018, 10:54 AM
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United States military veteran suicide is an ongoing phenomenon regarding a reportedly high rate of suicide among U.S. military veterans, in comparison to the general public. According to the most recent report published by the VA in 2016, which analyzed 55 million veterans' records from 1979 to 2014, the current analysis indicates that an average of 20 veterans a day die from suicide.

Read the rest here:

They were expendible during their tours, and they are not taken care of afterwards as the politicians don't give a damn about them anyways.
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April 23, 2018, 03:05 PM
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Here are a few new links for various videos and documentaries:

For Howell, a lot of bearishness to come for the markets:

Understanding the concept of society collapse: (in French with English subtitles)

Climate change in Peru:

Get out (of the white house):

The war against the baboons in South Africa:

Mufti Menk is explaining whether smoking haschich is allowed in Islam:

 An Israeli soldier vs Ahed Tamimi. One of them does not stand a chance.

Hitler getting his electricity bill:

Maybe this week there will be another, smaller repack of Outlast 2.
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April 24, 2018, 11:47 AM
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Tonight, I'm going to hold another conference. Maybe humbert and topdog will be interested.

Man, serial killer of large mammals?

The study of the registers containing thousands of fossils is rather clear: at each arrival of "Sapiens" on a continent, the average size of the animals collapses. This has been going on for more than 125,000 years.

Mammoth hunting scene. Print of 1892

It was some 14,000 years ago. The American continent was home to a fauna like no other. In Alaska and the Yukon lands, mammoths of 10 tonnes and 5 meters at the withers quietly swallowed grasses and other sedges. A little further south were the lands of the impressive woolly rhinoceros (2 meters at the withers for 3 tons) and, as far as the tropics, those of the terrible saber-toothed tiger (450 kilograms, 3.5 meters long).

And then, in a few centuries, 3,000 years at most, these giants have disappeared. Eradicated. The cause ? For a long time scientists disagreed about it. A meteorite, as when the dinosaurs died, 66 million years ago? A sudden change in climate? a disease transmitted by mosquitoes? the fault of M baboon? Or again, the man, clever and unscrupulous hunter? In an article published in the journal Science, on Friday 20 April, an American team supports the latter hypothesis. It does not only blame the conquerors of the New World, who probably arrived in the Behring Strait, with having eradicated some imposing species. It holds man responsible for "the decline in the size of mammals through the late quaternary", as the title of the publication plainly indicates. In other words, we would be guilty of the general disappearance of the largest mammals on the five continents, and that for at least 125 000 years.

April 29, 2018, 07:53 PM
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JFK II - The Bush Connection - The Assassination of John F Kennedy

The Assassination of JFK Jr

These 2 films + (RFK Must Die) are essential to understand what's going on in the sick world we live in.
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April 30, 2018, 03:11 PM
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Tonight, I’m going to hold an exceptional conference about climate change. Maybe you have understood that times are tough. In this context, the climate negotiations in Bonn between states may be tense.

As the planet warms up, the UN Framework Convention's opening session on Monday does not look like a peaceful one.

The model of the Earth exhibited at the India Pavilion on November 6, 2017, at the United Nations COP23 Conference on Climate Change in Bonn

At what pace will the negotiators meeting until May 10 in Bonn, Germany, conduct their work? This issue, recurrent at the beginning of each session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), is expected to become more acute this year. For the delegates of the 195 signatory countries of the Paris agreement to contain warming below the 2 ° C threshold know that time is running out.

Outside the bubble of the Bonn Convention Center, where representatives of nations will sit, the state of the planet is deteriorating. The last three years have been the hottest in the history of weather records, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said in a report released in late March. "The beginning of 2018 continued as 2017 ended, with extreme episodes costing lives and destroying livelihoods," wrote Petteri Taalas, the secretary general of the agency.

The WMO also points out that atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations are now above 400 parts per million, while several studies conclude that CO2 emissions will increase again in 2017.

To deal with the heterogeneity of these negotiations and the reluctance of major players - the United States has announced its intention to withdraw from the agreement; Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia have still not ratified the text - the UN agency plans to add an extra working session in September in Bangkok. This option is not without risk: it could encourage some countries to reveal their positions only in the autumn and thus empty the substance of the discussions that open on April 30th.

This choice would have a financial cost, whereas the UNFCCC must already make up for Washington's refusal to pay. It can count, however, on the generosity of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Foundation, which, on April 22, paid $ 4.5 million to the Framework Convention.

But this good news will not be enough to ease the ever-increasing tensions over climate finance. Developed states are regularly criticized for not honoring their promise to raise 100 billion euros per year by 2020 to help the countries of the South.

Another commitment of the Paris agreement has poisoned the COP23 debates in Germany in 2017, that of the "predictability" of the financing on which the developing nations can count. "This is a legitimate question for the countries of the South, but we can not ignore the real budget constraints of some countries in the North, said Lucile Dufour, Climate Action Network (RAC).
Another point could be discussed: the wish of several developing countries to see a principle of "bifurcation" appear in the application of the Paris Agreement. It would be a matter of setting a course for the northern states, obliged to reduce their polluting emissions, another for those in the South, invited to act at their own pace and within their means. "This is a very sensitive subject, notes the RAC official, that would be tantamount to accepting a two-speed implementation of the Paris agreement", contrary to the spirit of the text adopted during COP21, at the end of 2015. According to many observers, developing countries are wielding this threat in the hope of obtaining additional financial and technical resources.

The latest unknown in these climate talks is the ability of Fiji, which is chairing debates until December, to impose compromise solutions. The small island state will run in Bonn the exchange format validated at COP23: the "Talanoa dialogue". The first stage is scheduled for Sunday, May 6, with the organization of eighteen round tables about long-term strategies. Each of these workshops will be attended by thirty states and five non-state actors. These sessions will be closed to the public, that the NGOs regret, worried about the limited space left to civil society.