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September, 2015

  • 4 September

    Britain takes in so few refugees from Syria they would fit on a subway train

    Just 216 Syrians have been accepted under the U.K.’s resettlement program. Of the 4 million Syrians who have fled their country since the war began, including hundreds of thousands who have poured into Europe, the number who have been resettled in Britain could fit on a single London Underground train — with plenty of seats to spare. Just 216 Syrian …

  • 3 September

    Budapest police reopen station following two-day stand-off with migrants 

      Crowds stormed a stationary train at Budapest’s main railway station this morning, cramming children through open windows in the belief they might travel west to Austria and Germany. A desperate refugee family have been photographed being dragged off an Austria-bound train by Hungarian authorities who wanted to take them away to a migrant holding camp. Having finally been allowed …

  • 3 September

    Family of children found on Turkish beach were trying to come to Canada | Ottawa Citizen

    The two small boys whose bodies washed up on a Turkish beach Wednesday were Kurdish refugees from Kobane, Syria, whose family had been desperately trying to emigrate to Canada. Galip Kurdi, five, and his three-year-old brother Aylan died along with their mother Rehan and eight other refugees when their boat overturned in a desperate flight from Turkey to the Greek …

  • 1 September

    Yemen’s Hidden War: How the Saudi-Led Coalition Is Killing Civilians

      IN THE ISLAMIC CONCEPT of qadar, your divine destiny is inescapable. If you try to cheat death it will find you. For two women on a dusty road in mid-June on the southwest corner of the Arabian Peninsula, their repeated attempts to dodge fate ended in tragic failure. Leaving the war zone of Yemen’s southern port city of Aden …

August, 2015

  • 30 August

    Assad Resignation Essential for Victory Over ISIL – US Department of State

    A political transition in Syria is not only necessary for the good of its nation, but also in order to defeat the extremists operating in the Middle East, according to the US Department of State. The resignation of Syria’s President Bashar Assad is “an important part of the fight” against the Islamic State (ISIL) militant organization, the US Department of State said Friday. The …

  • 28 August

    Saddam Hussein | Filling the gaps of a Western Narrative

    Saddam Hussein: Filling the gaps of a western narrative

    A Wolf coming to the party as a Wolf is far less dangerous than a Wolf dressed as a sheep.

  • 27 August

    Total War in Yemen Totally Ignored by Western Media

      With almost a whimper, the Western media reported that the US-backed regimes of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and their auxiliary fighters drawn from Al Qaeda have begun carrying out what is the ground invasion of Yemen. Along with an ongoing naval blockade and months of bombing raids, the ground invasion adds a lethal new dimension to …

  • 27 August

    Hatred: The biggest threat to humanity

    Hatred: The biggest threat to humanity

    HATE: noun, often attributive a :  intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or sense of injury b :  extreme dislike or antipathy My mother would tell me as a Child never to use the word ‘Hate’ . “Hate is a very strong word” she would tell me. Hate is not dissimilar to a highly contagious virus, it …

  • 27 August

    Scotland Yard recruiting convicted terrorists to counter ISIS propaganda

      UK police are recruiting convicted terrorists in prison and employing them following their release to develop a ‘counter-narrative’ to extremist propaganda efforts. “We are more likely to have success, as we do, with those who have been radicalized here and those who have been to prison,” Commander Richard Walton, head of the Metropolitan Police’s counter-terrorism command, told the Evening …

  • 25 August

    Hidden Influence: The Rise of Collectivism (2015 Documentary) 

    Hidden Influence: The Rise of Collectivism is the first film in a 3 part saga. This chapter documents how the ruling class, through their billion dollar foundations, have infiltrated the public education system in the west and have used it as a tool to indoctrinate children into a totalitarian ideology. This film explores the chronological paper trail uncovered by Charlotte …