Iran wrapped in mourning due to President Raisi tragedy

Dam on Aras (Araks/Arax) River border between Iran and Azerbaijan

Over the past week, the country of Iran is embroiled in statewide mourning and ceremonial expressions of grief. The sadness is due to the loss of President Ebrahim Raisi, Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, East Azerbaijan Governor (Iran) Malek Rahmati, Representative of the Iranian supreme leader in East Azerbaijan Mohammed Ali Ale-Hashem, Head of presidential guard Mehdi Mousavi, along with other […]

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RFK Jr Independent Platform Needed for Youth Vote

Robert F Kennedy Jr 2024 Presidential candidate declares Independence

Dark Times Ahead Yesterday while watching Jonathan’s ChoeShow footage of skirmishes between the Israeli defenders vs Palestinian activists in Kirkland, WA, there was a watershed moment at the end of one of the videos. This reporter could almost swear she saw one of her nephews at the event, standing on the third “observer” corner designated by police. It brought tears […]

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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?

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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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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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Mysterious Turkiye-Syria Earthquakes: Inquiry Needed

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According to Gospanews.net, the origins of the catastrophic earthquakes that struck in Turkiye and Syria on February 6, 2023 may have links to hydrofracking activity. This is important to investigate, whether or not oil-and-gas development is linked to the earth rupturing events. The latest reports from the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC/CESM) indicate that every day there are earthquakes happening […]

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U-R War: 100 Seconds to Midnight

Orbs floating on water hope from the past

Current situation: 60 seconds to midnight The current state of the Ukraine-Russia War remains dire as in the recent reports, troops and arms continue to amass along the borders east and north of Ukraine. According to updates by retired veterans, such as Douglas MacGregor, who served as a Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Defense under the Trump administration, these […]

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Expert Asserts California Needs More Reservoirs, Here’s Why

Fresno County, Friant-Kern Canal

On June 4, 2022, in an interview with California Insider, Brett Barbre, a former Yorba Linda Water Board Member, summed up why California needs more water reservoirs soon: “We’ve not built the necessary storage to keep up with population growth.“ In an exclusive interview with California Insider’s host Siyamak Khorrami, Brett Barbre, a fourth-generation Los Angelesan, asserts California’s drought is […]

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Indigenous and environmental activists watchful amid DC standoff

The People sitting in support @BIA Oct 14, 2021

Washington—-Indigenous and environmental activists gathered in groups for the People vs. Fossil Fuels for a week of marches, rallies, and demonstrations in Washington, D.C. The week of October 11th kicked off with a celebration in front of the White House on the renaming of Columbus Day as Indigenous People’s Day. There were scores of protesters at the White House and […]

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Build Back Better takes keen look at ICE-free transportation by 2050

EVgo Fast DC charging with CCS and CHAdeMO connectors

The transportation portion of the Build Back Better (BBB) (Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by 117th Congress) takes a keen look at alternative fueling methods. It’s in effect a road map of supporting largely non-internal-combustion-engine (ICE) type vehicles by 2050, with critical targets set for 2030, and report reviews at five year intervals. H.R. 3684 is much bolder than […]

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Biden policy still ‘America First’ overseas

Government vs Taliban Afghanistan, Map, Southfront.org

Doomsday cultists claim that the four apocalypse horses have arrived in the form of climate change, never-ending war, resources shortages, and totalitarianism. However for every problem, there is a solution, but the choices which the globalists are making are not benefitting the people. All one has to look at are the rise in homelessness, unrest, unemployment, and a dysfunctional leadership […]

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Farmers Long Strike Against Modi

Oxen are healthier for the ecosystem

Indian farmers have set a record strike since November 26, 2020. These have made the headlines in India newspapers but are scarcely given any attention in Western media. According to People’s World, farmers, joined with tradespeople from all over India, are striking, and the numbers are daunting. Over 250 million workers, joined by students, supported by farmers wives who prepare […]

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