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China has a ‘chilling’ system to control everyone

China’s chilling dictatorship is moving quickly to introduce social scorecards, in which all citizens will be monitored 24/7 and ranked on their behavior.  The Communist Party’s plan is for every one of its 1.4 billion citizens to be at the whim of a dystopian social credit system, and it’s on track to be fully operational by the year 2020.



September 20, 2018

Trump’s State Dept. Holds Back Obama’s $221 million

Congresswoman Kay Granger (R-Texas), who sits on the House Appropriations Committee, is very upset with President Obama’s last-Friday-in-office decision to send the Palestinian Authority $221 million, because Granger had placed a hold on it, because the PA had broken its commitment to the US and sought membership in international organizations, according to an early Wednesday PA report. Those Congressional holds are not legally binding, but they are part of the ongoing business between the Administration and the branch of the legislator which holds the purse strings. Like disgruntled office workers on their last day at work, Obama and Kerry broke that trust because they no longer had any business with this body.  Read

January 25, 2017

BREAKING: Mexican Prez. Surrenders… “We’ll Pay”

President-elect Donald Trump might as well have been in office for the past month. His latest accomplishment already overshadows everything that President Barack Obama did in the past eight years.  Building a wall on our southern border was a cornerstone of Trump’s campaign platform, and he insisted that Mexico would pay for it. Despite repeated denials, Mexico has now seemed to be inching toward that inevitability.  In a meeting with ambassadors and consuls yesterday, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said that Mexico will invest in modernizing and increasing security along the border, according to El Financiero.


January 14, 2017

A suspected terrorist and drug trafficker just became Venezuela’s vice president

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the successor to the late socialist President Hugo Chavez, announced on Wednesday that former minister Tareck El Aissami would become vice president of the country.

That means that, in a country of complete and utter chaos — where people are starving, healthcare is nonexistent, electricity is scarce, and vigilante justice is becoming a norm — a suspected terrorist is one heartbeat away from the highest office in the land.



January 11, 2017

Hundreds Of Muslims Gather In London To Call For A Caliphate & Chant “USA, You Will Pay”

Last Tuesday, over a thousand British Muslims gathered in the streets of Londons and called for the establishment of a caliphate. Just a few days later on Saturday, a couple hundred gathered in London once more to take part in a second rally which made the same sentiments. Saturday’s event was organized after online leaflets were posted just one day in advance.


December 23, 2016

U.S. Yogurt billionaire asks businesses to hire more foreign refugees

U.S. Yogurt billionaire asks businesses to hire more foreign refugees

Ever wonder why the federal government would be sending hundreds of foreign refugees to a relatively small town in Idaho?

Wonder no more.

They’re sent there, many of them, to work in the world’s largest yogurt factory.

As WND previously reported, Twin Falls is in line to receive about 300 refugees this year, many of them Muslims from Syria. And the state of Idaho, despite its reputation as a mostly white, conservative farm state, has been a popular destination for refugees in recent years.


June 13, 2016

Freightening Prediction For America

I received this video from a friend yesterday and found it to be so profound and telling, I feel the urgent need to share it. It is not political! The information presented comes straight from the source and is most credible. This is from a CPAC panel discussion on March 3, 2016, by Mr. Paul Weston.

Hi, This takes a little more time to listen to than the average email but well worth it for the information imparted. And, the problem with demographics and political correctness.


June 4, 2016

Maduro in crackdown under Venezuela emergency decree

Maduro in crackdown under Venezuela emergency decree

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced a sweeping crackdown Saturday under a new emergency decree, ordering the seizure of paralyzed factories, the arrest of their owners and military exercises to counter alleged foreign threats.  The embattled leftist is struggling to contain a raging economic crisis that has led to food shortages, soaring prices, riots, looting and vigilante justice, pushing Venezuela to the brink of collapse.  He accused the United States on Friday of destabilizing the country at the behest of the “fascist Venezuelan right,” prompting him to declare a state of emergency.  read

May 15, 2016

Syrian refugees ‘sneaked’ into communities across America

Syrian refugees ‘sneaked’ into communities across America

About 100 Syrian refugees are being placed in a small city in Vermont, the home of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, and they are not getting an altogether warm welcome.

In fact, when residents of Rutland, Vermont, found out about the secretly negotiated deal to seed their community with migrants from a Middle Eastern hotbed of Sunni radicalism, they were livid.

They packed a local library for an “informational” meeting Thursday night. At least 20 of them stood outside with protest signs, demanding that their mayor explain why he negotiated the entire deal with the federal resettlement contractors behind closed doors and outside the purview of public scrutiny.   read

May 14, 2016



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Pearson Education is a company that designs “education products and services to institutions, governments and direct to individual learners”. They have 40,000 employees in 80 countries. “Pearson is listed on the London and New York stock exchanges (LSE: PSON; NYSE: PSO). In fact, Pearson is one of the few companies to have been a constituent of the FTSE100 ever since the index began in 1984. However, though the name has remained the same the company behind it has changed beyond all recognition”.

The three main changes the company cites are as follows: (www.pearson.com)

  1. “A corporate focus on ‘education in the broadest sense of the word’, a strategy of becoming the world’s leading learning company with heavy exposure to the growing global education market.”
  2. “A transformation from book publisher to digital services company.”
  3. “A significant expansion into fast-growing developing economies including China, India, Africa and BrazilRead more

March 1, 2015

BOLTON says Mall threat VERY SERIOUS, only matter of time before this happens in America

BOLTON says Mall threat VERY SERIOUS, only matter of time before this happens in America

John Bolton says Al-Shabaab’s call for a terrorist attack on the Mall of America is very serious, pointing out groups like ISIS have shown that they are perfectly capable of inspiring terrorist attacks in Europe and that it’s only a matter of time before it happens here in the US. He also points out that there are many Somali-Americans who we know that have attended terrorist training camps and it would be easy for them to return without being flagged or put on a watch list.



February 22, 2015

Tipping our hand? US official lays out plan to retake Mosul

A U.S. military official on Thursday outlined plans to retake the vital Iraq city of Mosul from Islamic State terrorists as early as April — an unusual move that swiftly drew criticism that the Pentagon was revealing too much information to the enemy.

A senior U.S. Central Command official said the “shaping” for the battle is currently underway, and the Iraqi military hopes to begin operations in the “April, May timeframe.” The goal is to retake the city before Ramadan begins on June 17.

The official said five Iraqi Army brigades will be used in the fight, as well as several smaller brigades, composing a total force of up to 25,000 Iraqi troops. Three brigades of Kurdish Peshmerga fighters will participate as well.

But the details, disclosed at the close of a White House summit on combating violent extremism, raised some concerns.

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February 22, 2015

Obama: We can’t kill terrorists who murder innocents, suggests jobs program

Obama: We can’t kill terrorists who murder innocents, suggests jobs program

In an op-ed published Tuesday at the Los Angeles Times, Barack Obama declared that terrorists who murder innocent civilians can’t be dealt with by military force alone. Instead, he suggested the world “lift up the voices of Muslim clerics and scholars who teach” what he called the “true peaceful nature of Islam.”

“We know that military force alone cannot solve this problem,” he said after recalling terrorism conducted by Islamic groups in Pakistan and Nigeria. “Nor can we simply take out terrorists who kill innocent civilians.”

Instead of fighting Islamic terror with military force, Obama suggested helping “Muslim entrepreneurs and youths work with the private sector to develop social media tools to counter extremist narratives on the Internet.” In short, Obama suggested a type of “jobs for terrorists” plan he said would “offer the true path to opportunity, justice and dignity.”

The idea was also floated by State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf. Speaking with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, she suggested going after what she called “the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs … the U.S. should work with other countries to ‘help improve their governance’ and ‘help them build their economies so they can have job opportunities for these people.’”

Obama doubled down on the idea Wednesday, telling attendees at the White House summit on countering extremism and radicalism the world must “offer something better” to those who engage in terrorism. Countries, he said, need to invest in job training and education in order to divert young people from a life of terror.

Speaking with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Ralph Peters slammed the idea and reminded viewers that Osama bin Laden was very wealthy. “I mean, Osama bin Laden was wealthy. Major [Nidal] Hasan, the Fort Hood butcher, he had a job as I recall. He was a major in the Army,” he said. “Do you think the guy in Copenhagen this last weekend, when he pulled the trigger, trying to kill a cartoonist and as many other Danes as he could, was he screaming jobs, jobs, jobs? No, he was screaming Allahu Akbar. I mean this is sheer idiocy.” He also reminded the administration about the nature of war.

“The other thing she said, in the same interview, is we can’t kill our way out of a war,” he added. “Hey, Marie! War is about killing! You get out of wars by killing enough of the other guys until they either quit, or they’re gone. They’re dead, they’re gone, they’re finished. I mean she heard somebody somewhere say we can’t kill our way out of this.”

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February 22, 2015

Okay, so Brigitte Bardot doesn’t look like that anymore. But as they say, beauty comes from the inside. What could be more beautiful than a woman with the courage to stand up against moonbattery?

Former film star Brigitte Bardot, France’s iconic blonde bombshell and “sex kitten” who reigned supreme from 1952 – 1973, has been on trial five times for insulting Muslims and “inciting racial hatred.”

The prosecutor in her fifth trial, Anne de Fontette, wants a heftier fine and a tougher sentence: the equivalent of $24,000 and a two month (hopefully) suspended jail term.

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February 21, 2015

The Myth of Chinese Super Schools

Diane Ravitch

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Dragon? Why China Has the Best (and Worst) Education System in the World

by Yong Zhao
Jossey-Bass, 254 pp., $26.95

On December 3, 2013, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced yet again that American students were doing terribly when tested, in comparison to students in sixty-one other countries and a few cities like Shanghai and Hong Kong. Duncan presided over the release of the latest international assessment of student performance in reading, science, and mathematics (called the Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA), and Shanghai led the nations of the world in all three categories.

Duncan and other policymakers professed shock and anguish at the results, according to which American students were average at best, nowhere near the top. Duncan said that Americans had to face the brutal fact that the performance of our students was “mediocre” and that our schools were trapped in “educational stagnation.”

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November 20, 2014

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