Category Archives: World Politics

BUCK STOPPING HILLARY DID NOT STOP – BUT DHS DELAYED – ANTI-US PAKISTANI IMRAN KHAN’S ENTRY TO U.S. FOR NYC FUND RAISER

IMRAN KHAN, NOTORIOUS ANTI-AMERICAN PAKISTAN POLITICIAN AND TALIBAN SUPPORTER, VISITED NYC OCTOBER 26, 2012 AND SPREAD HIS ANTI-WEST AGENDA  AT A MUSLIM EID CELEBRATION BECAUSE HILLARY’S ISLAMABAD U.S. AMBASSADOR ISSUED HIM A VISA AND SHE DID NOT REVOKE IT.    … Continue reading

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WANT A WIFE CHEAP? HUMAN TRAFFICKERS PROVIDE RAPED SYRIAN WOMEN AS WILLING INEXPENSIVE BRIDES TO GET OUT OF REFUGEE CAMPS IN JORDAN/TURKEY.

DESTRUCTION OF CIVILIZED BEHAVIOUR IN THE SYRIAN CIVIL WAR HAS RESULTED IN GOVERNMENT FORCES RAPING WOMEN – MARRIED AND SINGLE – MULTIPLE TIMES AND OVER A MILLION REFUGEES IN TURKISH AND JORDANIAN CAMPS BY 2014.        Rape in … Continue reading

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GITMO YOUNGEST TERRORIST RELEASED TO CANADA PENITENTIARY

           A U.S. military aircraft from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba brought Omar Khadr, 26, a Canadian citizen and the youngest terrorist prisoner in American custody, to Canada on Sept. 29, 2012.            Khadr … Continue reading

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LIBYA KILLING U.S. AMBASSADOR (FIRST IN 33 YEARS) AN ACT OF WAR!

LIBYIAN ORGANIZED TERRORIST MILITIA KILLING U.S. AMBASSADOR J. CHRISTOPHER STEVENS, 52, (above) AND THREE  STAFFERS AT THE BENGHAZI U.S. CONSULATE (below) IS AN ACT OF WAR!  ALSO KILLED WERE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER SEAN SMITH AND PRIVATE SECURITY GUARDS GLEN DOHERTY … Continue reading

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TAKE YOUR CHILD INTO A LIQUOR BAR/PUB IS OK IN UK & NM BUT DON’T FORGET HER THERE

          In New Mexico and Briton it is apparently legal to take underage children into bars/pubs with you.             But very embarrassing when you are the United Kingdom Prime Minister, David … Continue reading

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