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YoNews Portal / Charlottesville: Outrage, Hypocrisy & Obama’s Betrayal
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Charlottesville: Outrage, Hypocrisy & Obama’s Betrayal

Photo by Maureen | CC BY 2.0 It is simply untrue to claim that the United States has a problem with white supremacy. It is untrue because the United States is synonymous with white supremacy; it is a nation founded and established by white supremacists, whose constitution was written by white supremacists, and in which white […]

Source: Charlottesville: Outrage, Hypocrisy & Obama’s Betrayal
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Obama’s Charlottesville comments become the most popular Twitter message of all time

Daily MailAugust 16, 2017 A tweet quoting Nelson Mandella posted by Barack Obama in response to the situation in Charlottesville has become the most popular Twitter message of all time.  Obama’s tweet has been liked 2.9 million times while 1.2 million people have retweeted it. He wrote: ‘No one is born hating another person because of the color of […]

Source: Obama’s Charlottesville comments become the most popular Twitter message of all time
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1 in 5 unemployed people in Britain are migrants – official data

Published time: 16 Aug, 2017 13:19 One in five jobless people in the UK are migrants, representing a 5.3 percent overall unemployment rate among non-British natives, according to official figures. The majority of those unemployed are from outside the European Union. A total of 317,000 migrants are unemployed in the UK, according to figures released […]

Source: 1 in 5 unemployed people in Britain are migrants – official data
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‘Rape by cop’: Dashcam footage shows student’s 11-minute vaginal search (VIDEO)

Dashcam footage has been released showing three Texas police officers subjecting a college student to a shocking road-side vaginal search that lasted 11 minutes. Charneisha Corley was a 21-year-old college student with no criminal history when she was pulled over by police in Harris County, Texas on June 21, 2015, for allegedly running a stop […]

Source: ‘Rape by cop’: Dashcam footage shows student’s 11-minute vaginal search (VIDEO)
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Video: Violence flares as US population splits into opposing ‘camps’ after Charlottesville clashes

Two days after bloody clashes in the US town of Charlottesville, Donald Trump has bowed to overwhelming pressure and made a second statement, … Via Youtube

Source: Video: Violence flares as US population splits into opposing ‘camps’ after Charlottesville clashes
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No, Affirmative Action Isn’t Keeping White Students Down

There’s a saying: “When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.” I thought of that when I heard about the Trump administration’s recent moves against affirmative action. According to The New York Times, the Department of Justice, led by Attorney General Jeff Session, is looking for lawyers to work on “investigations and possible litigation […]

Source: No, Affirmative Action Isn’t Keeping White Students Down
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America's internal ideological conflict comes from a lack of national confidence

Nations at peace with themselves tear down statues and fight over history far less than nations suffering an internal or external crisis.

One of the strange knock-on effects of the recent events in Charlottesville in the American state of Virginia is that the American liberal-left has decided to pause from re-inventing the Cold War with the Soviet Union and has instead resurrected the American Civil War.

One could easily say that such things are symptomatic of a left that refuses to examine its own policies which have not only failed at the ballot box but have deeply divided America along sectarian lines.

For over a year, Russia was the enemy of the self-identified patriotic liberal left. It was Russians who were meddling in US elections, it was Russians who deprived Hillary Clinton of her 'anointed' election victory and everywhere in the world, it was Russians who were the proverbial bad guys whether they were fighting terrorism in Syria or building internal bridges across the Kerch Strait.

Now though, there is a new enemy which in terms of time is an old enemy: that enemy is fellow Americans. Just as modern Russia is not the Soviet Union neither technically nor ideologically, the states which once comprised the Confederate States of America are in the United States and have been since 1865. Nor are all of the so-called and at times self-defined alt-right from the American deep south, they are from every state in the US.

Source: America's internal ideological conflict comes from a lack of national confidence
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NY governor Cuomo pushes to make violent protest a 'hate crime'

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants the state to prosecute violent protests against "protected classes" as a hate crime, suggesting higher criminal penalties. His so-called "Charlottesville Provisions" are a response to the violence in Virginia.

Cuomo has proposed to amend the state's hate crime laws to include rioting or incitement to riot against protected groups, according to the governor's office.

New York law protects groups and individuals on the basis of race, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, age, disability or sexual orientation.

Source: NY governor Cuomo pushes to make violent protest a 'hate crime'
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Mike Pence calls on Latin American countries to cut off relations with North Korea

Pence wants the region to do more to isolate North Korea and called on countries there to "do more" to address the situation in Venezuela.

Source: Mike Pence calls on Latin American countries to cut off relations with North Korea
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Here’s what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments

After the Civil War, Lee received a number of letters requesting support for the erection of Confederate memorials.

Source: Here’s what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments
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