(VLOG at bottom for those who prefer to watch and listen rather than read).
“…in many important ways, the United States no longer has a department of justice.” – Leonard Pitts, Jr., Columnist at the Miami Herald
There are caravans of immigrants clamoring to get into this country. Why? Because there is no country that will give them the liberties that this country does. The immigrants know one thing for sure: America is the beautiful place that will save them from the stifling country from which they came.
The Venezuelan crisis is economic, political, and also emotional. The exodus of hundreds of thousands of compatriots fleeing from hyperinflation, scarcity, violence, and misery fractures families and breaks the national soul. As a consequence, a new division is created in this republic already divided into a thousand pieces: those who stay and those who leave.
I have a story to tell you. A story that causes my heart to pound and my blood pressure to rise as I type each and every word. A true story of a woman of great wealth and power, who rode on Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express” private jet on several occasions. She appears to be a German-born Israeli state intelligence operative based in London. An ex-model whose name appeared in the Panama Papers from the Mossack Fonseca leaks and who became embroiled in a FIFA corruption scandal with Sepp Blatter and his family. She is perhaps the closest example that you could possibly find to a real-life “Bond Girl.” Yet, she is almost completely unknown to the majority of us.
British government is failing to govern.
I read about the Nigerian senator who physically assaulted a shop owner and had her arrested by one of his police aides. Much to my chagrin, I accidentally watched the video.
Hundreds of people are displaced in the Ogaden, the eastern region of Ethiopia, every month; it is one of the largest sources of refugees worldwide. They flee from violence and persecution at the hands of both the military and insurgent rebels. Some regions in the Ogaden have been in a perpetual state of civil war since the 1990s.
Censorship and Alternative Media: How harsher regulations inspire resistance