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Disease Outbreak News / Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Outbreak in Uganda
« Last post by beast on Today at 08:16:37 PM »
Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Outbreak in Uganda

As of December 2, 2012, the Ugandan Ministry of Health reported 7 cumulative cases (probable and confirmed) of Ebola virus infection, including 4 deaths, in the Luwero District of central Uganda.
Source: Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Outbreak in Uganda
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Manchester attack: Blow back from the west's acceptance of Salafist "refugees"

There is no greater structural threat to a secular Muslim-majority country than Salafists, which is why the West welcomed those "fleeing" from the "political and religious repression" in their homelands in order to weaponize them for future Hybrid War use.

Brits have been struggling to figure out how their government dropped the ball and failed to prevent the Manchester suicide bombing when the attacker was already on their radar, but what many people are overlooking is the "politically incorrect" fact that it should have been obvious from the first day that the bomber's family set foot in the UK that they'd end up being trouble. Lost amidst the flurry of media reports about this tragic incident is that the attacker's family arrived on British soil as Libyan "refugees" decades before the 2011 NATO war devastated their country. It's rather peculiar that they'd seek "refuge" from Libya because the Jamahiriya had the highest living standards in all of Africa during the time that they "fled" and hadn't fought a conflict within its borders since World War II.

This means that his family didn't leave because of any desperate material or military conditions, but because of socio-political ones which they disagreed with, namely that Libya was a secular socialist state that forbade Salafism. To bring the reader up to speed in case they're not already aware, Salafism (colloquially called "Islamism" by many Westerners) is the school of thought which preaches that Muslims must live by an ultra-conservative interpretation of the Quran. Not only must they abide by strict socio-cultural and political standards, but Salafists also believe that it is their God-given duty to proselytize their way of life all across the world, even in the foreign civilizations which host them as migrants. This is the mindset of the bomber's family, and true to kind, they raised their son the same way. The Manchester suicide bomber wasn't radicalized on the internet or by Wahhabi imams, he was indoctrinated by his family since birth.

Source: Manchester attack: Blow back from the west's acceptance of Salafist "refugees"
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YoNews Portal / The ICEmen Cometh
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 08:16:36 PM »
The ICEmen Cometh

Photo by Mette Vorraa | CC BY 2.0 The doorbell rang on a dreary afternoon in late February. On the porch, huddling against a lashing Oregon rain, stood my friend Javier (not his real name). “Something has happened, Jeffrey, and maybe you can help,” he said. “We don’t know what to do.” I’ve known Javier […]

Source: The ICEmen Cometh
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YoNews Portal / FBI Refuses To Hand Over “Comey Memos” To Congress
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 08:16:35 PM »
FBI Refuses To Hand Over “Comey Memos” To Congress

Zero HedgeMay 26, 2017 House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz said today that the FBI had decided to withhold documents, including memos, notes, summaries, and recordings, requested by his committee in regards to the ongoing Russia probe. This was revealed in a letter sent by Chaffetz to the FBI responding to the agency’s decision to withhold documents […]

Source: FBI Refuses To Hand Over “Comey Memos” To Congress
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Rex Tillerson: US takes ‘full responsibility’ for leaked Manchester attack intelligence

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has issued an unprecedented apology to Britain, saying the US takes “full responsibility” for information leaked on the Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 and injured 116 on Monday evening. A transatlantic spat developed between Britain and the US after information from Britain’s police investigation into the deadly bomb […]

Source: Rex Tillerson: US takes ‘full responsibility’ for leaked Manchester attack intelligence
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16 epic trips every group of friends should take in their lifetime

Traveling in a group can be hard, and some destinations are better suited for big parties than others. Here are the best places to go with friends.

Source: 16 epic trips every group of friends should take in their lifetime
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Today's News / The 50 best places in the US to travel to this summer
« Last post by News Bot on Today at 08:16:33 PM »
The 50 best places in the US to travel to this summer

Here are America's top 50 summer hot spots of 2017, according to TripAdvisor.

Source: The 50 best places in the US to travel to this summer
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Rex Tillerson breaks 18 year tradition, declines to host Ramadan event at the State Department

"We are still exploring possible options for observance ... of Ramadan."

Source: Rex Tillerson breaks 18 year tradition, declines to host Ramadan event at the State Department
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Choir Boy James Comey Spied On Attorney-Client Chats, Illegally Shared Info With Third Parties

Former FBI Director James "The Choir Boy" Comey, who is above politics and beyond reproach, had the FBI under Obama spy on Attorney-Client communications then illegally share the information with unauthorized third parties, according to newly declass...

Source: Choir Boy James Comey Spied On Attorney-Client Chats, Illegally Shared Info With Third Parties
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Three decades ago the People' Republic of China was an economic backwater. Today the PRC sports the world' second-largest economy. Shanghai most dramatically illustrates the country' transformation. The city is filled with stylish office buildings, five-star hotels, luxury stores and foreign visitors.

Reflecting their success, the Chinese are increasingly confident as well. If not yet a great power, the PRC seems destined to eventually share global leadership with the United States. And its people know that.

Which means future U.S.-China relations could be rocky.

Ties turned confrontational under the Obama administration, which announced a "pivot" or "rebalance" to Asia. Washington officials unconvincingly claimed that the policy was not directed against Beijing. The Chinese may be many things, but they are not stupid.

Candidate Donald Trump sounded like he intended to pursue an even more truculent course, upgrading relations with Taiwan, launching a trade war, blockading Chinese possessions in the South China Sea and pressuring the PRC to "solve" the North Korea problem. But then came the bilateral summit and the president' one-way love-fest with Chinese president Xi Jinping. All suddenly became sweet and light in Trumpland.

However, in the long-term the president' pleasant words backed by an offer of unspecified trade concessions won't go far in buffering relations between a unipower determined to preserve its dominance and a rising power equally determined to assert itself. First, the Trump administration yielded Pacific economic leadership to the PRC. Beijing is likely to find new commercial opportunities, limiting Washington' ability to do trade harm.

More:  https://nworeport.me/2017/05/26/how-america-could-end-up-in-an-unexpected-war-with-china/   
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