'You Lie, You Die': Cops Admit to Lying About Raid that Left Innocent Couple Murdered

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A botched drug raid last month shook the nation as a couple was killed by police in their own home and four officers shot. Now, after controversy and rumors have swarmed the case, the Houston police department has admitted that the entire raid was based on the lies of one of their own.

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Trilateral Commissioner George Shultz Speaks On Emerging New World Order

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George Shultz has observed that the world ahead will not be like the world behind us. His Project on Governance in an Emerging New World explores the challenge to governance posed by changing demographics, the information and communications revolution, emerging technologies, and new means of production of goods near where they are used. Its contributors aim to understand the impact of these global transformations on our democracy, our economy, and our national security and inform strategies for how best to proceed in a rapidly changing world.

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The US Government Just Reclassified 'Pink Slime' as 'Ground Beef'

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According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), that slimy pink goo is actually ground beef.In another case of big business getting the best of the legitimate concerns of consumers, South Dakota pink slime purveyors Beef Products Inc (BPI) have received the stamp of approval from the USDA to allow it to call the repulsive goo “ground beef.”

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French Schools Replace "Mother" And "Father" With "Parent 1" And "Parent 2"

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In the latest example of political correctness run amok in Europe, the French National Assembly this week passed an education reform bill which included a controversial amendment to replace all instances of the words 'mother' and 'father' on official school-related paperwork with the 'gender neutral' phrases "Parent 1" and "Parent 2".

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US sees ‘shared interests’ between Israel, Arab states

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There are “shared interests” between Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Jordan and Israel, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday. “The US is building a coalition which is intent on delivering something that the world has been looking for for quite some time, taking down the threat and the risk that’s associated with terrorism in the Middle East,” Pompeo told Poland’s Polsat, adding that the risk to which he referred was Iran.

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The State Expands its Responsibilities In Order to Expand Its Power

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Many moviegoers might recognize the following quotation: “with great power comes great responsibility. ”Reality, however, is the exact opposite of what the quote describes. In reality, it is responsibility that precedes power. In a corporation, for instance, when you’re hired you are told your responsibilities and the powers granted to you are those that are necessary for you to accomplish your responsibility.

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Observers pool for Nigeria polls: ECOWAS, AU, Commonwealth, EU, UN

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Elections have become fairly routine across much of Africa. There has been on average six presidential polls per year since 2016.

At the center of an average election are the candidates and their respective parties, the elections body, the voters, the security agencies and also crucially, the media.

But with these elections comes observer missions, that have increasingly become key stakeholders in the bigger election enterprise.

From the sub-region, continental and international blocs, teams are dispatched to ‘observe’ and to report on the good, the bad and what could be made better.

The first presidential vote for 2019 is in Africa’s most populous nation and its biggest economy, Nigeria. Some 84 million plus voters are expected to cast votes for over seventy candidates.

Observer missions have been dispatched to the country to as usual observe the process. The Economic Community of West African States, the African Union, the Commonwealth, European Union and United Nations have all sent their teams on the ground.

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, chairperson has over the last few days met with delegations from the respective groups assuring that his outfit was ready to deliver credible polls.

Who is leading which delegation?

ECOWAS – Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former Liberian president (2007 – 2018)
African Union – Hailemariam Desalegn, former Ethiopian Prime Minister (2015 – 2018)
Commonwealth – Jakaya Kikwete, former Tanzanian president (2005 – 2015)
European Union – Marie Arena, Belgian lawmaker serving in EU parliament

United Nations – Mohammed Ibn Chambas, Head of UN office for West Africa and the Sahel

The main aspirants being the incumbent Muhammadu Buhari – seeking a second and final term and former vice president Atiku Abubakar – pushing for perhaps his last attempt to go one step past his last political post.

During the signing of a final peace pact between Buhari and Atiku on February 13, the Commonwealth and ECOWAS representatives were present. The pact was put together by the National Peace outfit is led for an ex-military ruler, General Abdul Salaam Abubakar.

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Malaysian Airlines MH17 Brought Down by Ukrainian Military Aircraft. The BBC Refutes its Own Lies?

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This week, BBC reporter Riam Dalati confirmed that last year’s “Assad sarin attack” on Douma was indeed “staged”. After a “six month investigation” he concludes,

“I can prove without a doubt that the Douma Hospital scene was staged.”

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Polls critical to future of democracy in Nigeria, across Africa – U.S.

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The United States says Nigeria’s presidential elections slated for today, February 16, is critical to the future of democracy in the country and across Africa.

The U.S. view was contained in a press release following calls between Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo and the two main aspirants in the race – President Muhammadu Buhari and ex-VP Atiku Abubakar.

Pompeo spoke to both men with barely 24-hours to the polls and stressed Washington’s support for the Nigerian goal of a free, fair and credible poll that reflects the will of the voters.

“The Secretary noted the conduct of the elections is critical for the future of democracy in Nigeria and across Africa,” a statement attributed to him said.

Buhari is seeking a second and final term in charge of Africa’s most populous nation and its largest economy. He came to power in 2015 becoming the first opposition candidate to defeat an incumbent – at the time Goodluck Jonathan.

The impact of Nigeria’s politics and its economy has made it a big brother across especially the West African subregion and the wider continent.

Over 84 million potential voters are expected to cast ballots across the 37 states with over 70 candidates on the ballot paper. Buhari is running on the ticket of the All Progressives Congress, APC with Atiku Abubakar leading the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party.

Earlier today I received a call from US Secretary of State, SecPompeo, who reaffirmed the international community’s commitment to free and fair elections in Nigeria. Wishing you all a peaceful elections, wherever you are. God bless Nigeria. pic.twitter.com/cDoIN9g7jY— Atiku Abubakar (atiku) February 15, 2019

Full Statement: Secretary Pompeo’s Calls With Nigerian Presidential Candidates President Muhammadu Buhari and Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar

Secretary Michael R. Pompeo spoke with major Nigerian presidential candidates President Muhammadu Buhari and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar in advance of the country’s February 16 presidential election.

The Secretary noted the deep and long-standing partnership between the United States and Nigeria, Africa’s most-populous democracy and largest economy.

He underscored U.S. support for the Nigerian goal of free, fair, transparent, and peaceful elections that reflect the will of the Nigerian people.

He welcomed both candidates’ signing of a peace pledge and public commitment to renounce violence and to accept the results of a credible process. The Secretary noted the conduct of the elections is critical for the future of democracy in Nigeria and across Africa.

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Video: 5G Wireless: A Dangerous ‘Experiment on Humanity’

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Scientists, environmental groups, doctors and citizens around the world are appealing to all governments to halt telecommunications companies’ deployment of 5G (fifth generation) wireless networks, which they call “an experiment on humanity and the environment that is defined as a

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Serious Drawbacks in Ukraine’s Adopted ‘Church’ Bill

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On January 17, Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada (parliament) passed the bill No. 4128 on new amendments regarding the subordination (denomination) of religious organizations and the procedure of state registration of religious organizations with the status of legal entities. The relevant law

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Frayed Colonial Media Propaganda Transmission Lines. Fake Atrocities Used to Justify “Humanitarian War Crimes”

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Colonial media traffics in war lies as policy.  It advances anglo-zionist imperial projects of global war and poverty. Powerful interests benefit from global warfare as target countries are destroyed and domestic populations are impoverished. 

Vast flows of monies are transferred

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South China Sea, the Geopolitical Pivot to Control Asia

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The decision of excluding China from the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) evolved into tense diplomatic relations among the countries located in the South China Sea. Former Secretary of Defence, James Mattis, warned that the exclusion of China from

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