Migrant cartels squeeze into homeless trough

EL threw away the curtains and staff promised to replace them four months ago.

Homeless Services Limited Shrinking Accountability Due to Increases in Migrants Thank to the Biden Administration with its gates wide open for all-migrants rushing into the United States, “Houston, we have a great problem!” Not only is New York facing a deficit and possible bankruptcy accommodating the migrants, but so are other sanctuary cities. All citizens living in the city nowadays […]

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Bullying against AAPI: Fightback News

President John F Kennedy, 35th president of the United States, the ideal Peace President

Most AAPI know that the discrimination against nonblacks is getting worse by the day. Brave journalists such as Jonathan Choe of Discovery Institute has brought to the fore the atrocities against Asians committed on the streets of Seattle. Most recently this includes a racist person smashing windows at the Wing Luke Museum, racist robberies and shootings in South Seattle/Beacon Hill […]

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No Peace Plan for Ukraine, Just More Escalation

Ukrainian National Cemetery in Kiev

Random attacks traceable to amoral standards In the U-R War campaign, half of the war is here at home within the United States. It becomes who we are and what we fail to do to help our country past this impasse—a moral impasse. It explains why the government is unable and unwilling to address the deterioration of once thriving cities, […]

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Too many fires, why oh why?

Fire_as in wildfires, sudden fires

According to the news, the first sign of the tragedy that unfolded in Lahaina, Maui in Hawaii two weeks ago, on August 8, 2023, was an early morning brush fire in uninhabited lands off the coastal highway roughly northeast of town. The fire crew had put the fire out according to various reports by about 10am in the morning, and […]

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Russia-Africa Summit Dialogic Themes – Developing New Ties

Russia-Africa Summit, July 27-29

In the Age of Autocracy, third world countries face stark choices after the postponement of the Black Sea Grain Initiative. While China has alleviated its poverty or has devised innovative ways upon which to expand its agriculture, the grain dependent nations of Africa are queuing up to offer deals with Russia in exchange for grain shipments, promises of security, and […]

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China vs Africa Peace Deal: Magic Mushroom?

Endless food supply_tiangong

The China Peace Initiative launched in February 2023 is the People’s Republic of China desire to play a constructive role in resolving the Ukraine-Russia War. As discussed in brief in official China news, the 12-point proposal includes[1]: The ceasing of civilian disruptions to business and trade, and having secure logistics and transportation routes makes imminent sense; however, those engaged in […]

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Gangland USA

shen mo shi, what's going on

As an ABC who grew up in Fresno, CA., we lived under the myth that our city was just a sleepy farm-town. The worst crime might be a car-theft (that usually was returned after a fun night out). MS-13 (or F-13) was a gang that the Fresno County Sheriffs had a stranglehold on, and anyway, they didn’t do hard drugs. […]

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Thorny issue of immigration (Op-ed)

Angels Unawares

There is absolutely no doubt that immigration is a thorny issue on the side of the West these days. Under liberalism, especially neoliberalism, no matter what the conditions of the state, we must serve as a receivership of migrants, both legal and illegal nowadays. This had been going on a long time. Recall the days in the 1990s when Asian […]

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Update on wars

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There are so many facets on the bits-and-pieces of World War 3 that it is not easy to cover. Anyone who thinks we are not already mired in World War 3 is a fool. The NATO is just wrapping up yet another exercise from the past two weeks in Europe, with practice exercises adjacent to the Russian border. About 20 […]

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World Day of Humanity: #NotAlone Event

Declaration of Human Fraternity prepared by Nobel Peace laureates

On a sunny Spring day in Rome, the World Day of Humanity global ceremony began officially in mid afternoon, June 10, 2023 in Vatican City at Saint Peter’s Square. The signing of the Declaration of Human Fraternity 2023 as prepared by more than 30 Nobel Peace Prize laureates took place at 6pm. Today it was signed by Nobel Peace Prize […]

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Waging Peace During Raging U-R War

From Scott Ritter Extra on Rumble

Summary: Scott Ritter retired intel is on a mission of cultural and political diplomacy because the U.S. is not willing to undertake the role of peace-maker for Ukraine. Is he a Manchurian candidate for a diplomat? Scott Ritter, retired U.N. Weapons inspector, has been touring Russia to film a “Waging Peace” documentary. The documentary will probably include material from several […]

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Consequences are simple

What you harbor is what it can become

“All thoughts that have huge consequences are always simple. My idea is that since vicious people unite with one another and become strong, then honest people must but do the same. It’s that simple.” Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace Easter always brings on unique challenges just like Christmas. At Christmas, the challenge generally is on the competition between consumerism vs […]

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