Friday, February 17, 2017

PIX-N-TOONZ-N-STUFF 021717

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France in Flames: Racial Unrest Sparks Riots
Paris and suburbs rocked with violence after report of police brutalityAmericans distracted by the media surrounding the resignation of National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn may not have noticed that the forces of multiculturalism and mass migration are currently tearing France apart.


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A Florida Man Reportedly Tried to Blow Up Target Stores to Hurt the Company's Stock
But rather than waiting for markets to hit the right conditions, a Florida man allegedly tried to tank Target's stock by setting off homemade explosives in several of the superstore's East Coast locations.


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On PewDiePie and the inherent difficulties in policing YouTube
Advertisers might want more stringent ways to police YouTube content in light of the controversy surrounding YouTube's biggest star, PewDiePie, making anti-Semitic comments on several of his recent videos. Unfortunately, the problem is a lot bigger and ...


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In China, a sense of betrayal after the assassination of Kim Jong Nam
BEIJING - China's Foreign Ministry has been at its stonewalling, non-committal best this week after news of the dramatic assassination of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea'S leader, repeating the mantra that it has “noticed relevant media ...


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President Trump signed a new executive order today making English the official language of the world.
Titled, "Making English the Official Language of the World", the order would effectively ban the use of all other languages across the globe.


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Only in America: Illegally enter our country and the proggies will use taxpayer dollars to defend your “human rights.” Ain’t it grand?
From the Seattle Times: King County may allocate $750,000 to help immigrants become U.S. citizens and to educate them about their rights.
County Executive Dow Constantine plans to propose legislation to make the money available. Metropolitan King County Council Chair Joe McDermott plans to sponsor it. They held a news conference Wednesday, but the legislation wasn’t yet available.


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From Fox News: Sanctuary city advocates in one state with a Trump friendly Republican governor are digging in their heels in the face of President Trump’s threat to cut off federal funding.

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Is the NSA the real president of the United States?
The US intelligence community continues its war to kick Donald Trump to the curb and destroy his presidency.
Obviously, the NSA, the CIA, and their silent partners want to continue to run this country.
So they spy and leak, spy and leak.
We’ll get to the guts of the problem in a minute, but first a word from Bill Binney.


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LOS ANGELES (AP) - A close friend who for years didn't want to believe Robert Durst was capable of homicide dropped a bombshell Thursday implicating the real estate heir in two killings.
Nathan "Nick" Chavin testified in Los Angeles Superior Court that their mutual friend, Susan Berman, told him years ago that Durst confided in her that he killed his first wife, Kathleen Durst, who disappeared in 1982 and has never been found. Chavin said Durst admitted to him that he killed Berman in 2000.
"I had to," Durst said, according to Chavin. "It was her or me, I had no choice."


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A high-end restaurant in Santa Clara County agreed to a six-figure settlement with local prosecutors after an investigation revealed the restaurant was charging customers for expensive fish but serving them a cheaper species. The settlement requires that the Morgan Hill restaurant Odeum pay $30,000 in restitution by offering customers $30 gift cards as restitution,

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A South Carolina woman who spent two months chained inside a large metal container says her captor raped her daily and bragged that he was good at killing, claiming that his victims tallied nearly 100.
Kala Brown says she did what she had to do to survive.
"He told me as long as I served my purpose, I was safe," Brown told Phillip McGraw, the host of the television show "Dr. Phil."
It was the first time she has talked publicly since her Nov. 3 rescue, which authorities say helped them solve seven killings in the area dating back 13 years. Police said Todd Kohlhepp, a real estate agent with his own firm until his arrest, killed Brown's boyfriend, a couple who had been missing nearly a year and four people at a motorcycle shop in 2003.


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Even if President Trump can’t convince the courts to approve his extreme vetting executive order, he may have another tool at his disposal that would allow him to strip visas from some of the seven countries he’s trying to target, crackdown supporters say.
A federal law says the government can stop issuing visas to countries that are deemed “uncooperative” because they refuse to take back their citizens when the U.S. tries to deport them. At least five of the seven countries Mr. Trump is targeting — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia and Sudan — are already on that list, according to new data obtained by the Immigration Reform Law Institute.


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The U.S. Army depicted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as an insider threat in a Powerpoint presentation to soldiers on cyber security.
A photograph of Mrs. Clinton, who lost the Nov. 8 presidential race, is depicted along with two murderers, two leakers of classified information and one who mishandled secrets.
Mrs. Clinton, as secretary of State, exclusively used a home-based server to handle all her government emails, instead of a more secure state.gov address. Some contained highly classified information and the FBI said the server was vulnerable to foreign intrusion. She was not charged.


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Almost right out of the gate, the Trump administration is facing its first arms control challenge from Moscow.
Russia has reportedly deployed its new cruise missile in an apparent violation of the Reagan-era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, in effect since 1988.
The treaty prohibits the possession of ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with ranges of between 500 and 5,500 kilometers. Russia’s ground-launched SSC-8 cruise missile has been under development and testing for several years.


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Moscow (AP) — Russia’s main domestic security agency said Wednesday that one of its agents and an army soldier were killed while fending off what it described as a series of attempted terror attacks by Ukrainian “saboteurs” in Crimea, a claim Ukrainian officials denied.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin condemned what he described as a “stupid criminal action” by the Ukrainian authorities and vowed to take additional steps to ensure security of Crimea.


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PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — A British man suspected of involvement in the gangland-style slaying of another Briton in the Thai resort town of Pattaya has been arrested, Cambodian authorities said Wednesday.


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SINGAPORE - Income inequality in Singapore last year was the lowest in a decade, statistics released by the Government on Thursday (Feb 16) showed.
The Gini coefficient, which measures income inequality and assigns lower scores to more equal societies, went down from 0.463 in 2015 to 0.458 in 2016.
This was Singapore's lowest score in 10 years.
At the same time, the median monthly income for employed households grew from $8,666 in 2015 to $8,846 in 2016, the Department of Statistics' annual Key Household Income Trends survey showed.


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PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia: A legally binding bilateral agreement that paves the way for the implementation of the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High-Speed Rail (HSR) project was signed by both countries on Tuesday (Dec 13).
The HSR lines in Singapore and Malaysia are to be linked by a bridge over the Straits of Johor with a height clearance of 25m above the water level, it was revealed in the agreement.


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