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The world needs Venezuela's blue gold - coltan.

   Why the Western world is so determent to gobble ...

Russia Signs Deal to Send Navy to Venezuela After 'Unacceptable U.S. Moves
By Tom O'Connor On 8/15/19

  The Russian military has signed a deal that would allow it to send military ships to Venezuela, expressing support for the Latin American country...

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Post time 2019-8-16 15:18:45 |Display all floors
52-year-old Newcastle lawyer who was stabbed to death with a screwdriver in a busy shopping center...
   Seven teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of his murder.

The boys, a 14 year-old, two 15-year-olds and four 17-year-olds, remain in custody.

    That's why I say;  the Opium war is hunting them today...

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Post time 2019-8-16 15:25:28 |Display all floors
Queen pictures removed from Northern Ireland Office

   The Northern Ireland Office (NIO) has removed portraits of the Queen from its Belfast headquarters.

Three weeks ago, Lord Maginnis told the House of Lords an NIO Civil Servant was paid £10,000 for having to walk past portraits of the Queen.

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Post time 2019-8-16 16:29:11 |Display all floors
OPEC: Venezuela has World’s Largest Oil Reserves

OPEC’s proven crude oil reserves rose 12.1 percent in 2010 to 1.19 trillion barrels led by Venezuela, which has surpassed Saudi Arabia as the group’s largest reserves holder, OPEC said in its Annual Statistical Bulletin.
di Arabia as the group’s largest reserves holder, OPEC said in its Annual Statistical Bulletin.

  OPEC’s growth in oil reserves was mainly due to Venezuela, whose holdings climbed to 296.5 billion barrels from 211.2 billion in 2009, the report said. Top OPEC exporter Saudi Arabia’s reserves were steady at 264.5 billion barrels.

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Post time 2019-8-21 09:07:15 |Display all floors
Venezuela to open embassy in North Korea

  North Korea's embassy in Caracas is in operation since 2015...

   Currently, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea maintains 48 embassies abroad as well as six consulates and one other representation. The North Korean capital Pyongyang hosts 25 embassies, and in addition there are two consulates and one other representation in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

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Post time 2019-8-21 09:18:20 |Display all floors
Chicago Teachers Union Goes To Venezuela

  Four Chicago Teachers Union representatives went to Venezuela, a failed nation, singing praises of its corrupt leader.

   The Chicago Tribune comments Surprised by CTU’s Venezuela Visit? Then You Haven’t Been Paying Attention.

Four representatives of the Chicago Teachers Union, including a member of its executive board, visited Venezuela in July and returned with high praise for the socialist polices of President Nicolás Maduro.

This should not surprise anyone paying attention to the increasingly left-leaning political views of the leadership at the union, which represents some 25,000 teachers across Chicago.

  • Through major economic hardships, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro never closed a single public school or a single health clinic. This stands in stark contrast to our experience in Chicago, where Mayor Rahm Emanuel closed 50 public schools and several mental health clinics in a single year.”
  • Chambers also posted on social media her astonishment that, during her trip, she “didn’t see a single homeless person.” She and others praised literacy rates in the country and the commune-style culture.

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Post time 2019-8-27 18:42:17 |Display all floors
This post was edited by emanreus at 2019-8-29 14:49

From Convicts to Colonists: the Health of Prisoners and the Voyage to Australia,

   The First Fleet is the name given to the group of eleven ships carrying convicts, the first to do so, that left England in May 1787 and arrived in Australia in January 1788. The ships departed with an estimated 775 convicts (582 men and 193 women), as well as officers, marines, their wives and children, and provisions and agricultural implements. After 43 convicts had died during the eight-month trip, 732 landed at Sydney Cove...

  Today, Australian incarceration rates have increased by 130% since 1985, with a report claiming Indigenous Australians are more likely to end up behind bars than African Americans...

  In 1990, Indigenous adult jail numbers were 1,124 per 100,000 people, by 2017, the  figure had jumped to 2,433 incarcerated people.

  These soaring levels have put Indigenous Australians as being more likely to be behind bars than African-Americans, whose 2017 numbers decreased to 2,304 people per 100,000 adults.

  While rates for most crimes have fallen, governments have deliberately chosen policies that have toughened bail laws and increased the amount of time that the typical prisoner serves.'

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