Somali refugee Abdul Razak Ali Artan posted on Facebook that he was ‘sick and tired of seeing my fellow Muslim brothers being killed and tortured’ shortly before he went on a slashing rampage at the Ohio State University that left 11 injured.
Authorities are currently investigating the posts, allegedly made by Artan, which mention radical cleric Anwar Awlaki and accuse America of ‘interfering’ with other nations.
‘I am sick and tired of seeing my fellow Muslim brothers and sisters being killed and tortured EVERYWHERE,’ it stated. ‘I can’t take it anymore.
‘America! Stop interfering with other countries, especially Muslim Ummah (communities)… [if] you want us Muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks.’
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‘I’m really happy to reach 80. I never expected it, not least having a neighbor, the greatest power in the world, trying to kill me every day.’ – Castro on July 21, 2006
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- A 20-year-old man was shot dead and his brother was wounded in a shooting outside a Macy’s store in New Jersey early Friday morning
- The shooting occurred at the Hamilton Mall in South Jersey as people lined up outside for shopping deals
- In Nevada on Thursday, a person was shot dead in a road rage incident in a Walmart parking lot in Reno
- A man in Tennessee suffered a gunshot wound after shots were fired at a mall in Memphis on Thursday
- On Friday, stores opened their doors for what is still one of the busiest days of the year
- The first Black Friday sales got underway at some stores across the country on Thursday night
- Department store J.C Penney was one of the first major chains to kick-off the sales offering huge discounts on Thursday
Black Friday shoppers appear to have largely stayed away from the madness in brick-and-mortar stores this year, and have instead opted to venture online for the best post-Thanksgiving deals.
The opening of stores on Thursday evening appeared to invite chaos and trouble early on, with several shootings reported in mall parking lots, while a number of videos capturing tense shopping scenes also emerged.
A man was fatally shot and his brother was wounded in a shooting outside of a Macy’s in New Jersey on Friday morning while another was shot dead in an apparent road rage incident in a Walmart parking lot in Nevada on Thursday.
A fourth person suffered a gunshot wound on Thursday at a mall in Tennessee as shoppers were taking part in early Black Friday sales.
Amid the Black Friday madness, cellphone footage from various stores showed shoppers fighting over items in a bid to score shopping deals.
In video apparently recorded inside a Walmart in Bainbridge, Georgia, showed shoppers fighting over towels that were on sale for $1.60 during the Black Friday rush on Thursday.
At one point, one woman so eager to get her hands on a towels that she fell into the box.
Meanwhile, shoppers at a Walmart in Houston broke into an all-out melee on Black Friday, as customers battled it out for some $99 kiddie convertibles.
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Washington has shown us again on 8 November that they offer only the choice between risking nuclear annihilation of humanity and total corporate privatization of our lives and our live services that we, the people, have created. The latter means impoverishment and enslavement to corporations for the majority of the population. It is a choice between the Satan and Lucifer.
Here are just a few examples of what the establishment gets away with and nobody protests.’
Read more: Unbridled Global Capitalism: People Wake Up! Time is Running Out
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‘There’s a brand new way to save the planet, and a group of professors from Oxford University wants to force the issue by assessing enormous taxes on foods said to have higher “climate impact.”
To make a long story short, they want to force everyone who doesn’t have a high income to become vegan by taxing the living daylights out of animal products. If you think your grocery bill is out of control now, just you wait if these scientists get their way.
By taxing items like beef by 40%, dairy products and poultry by 20%, and certain vegetable oils, the planet will be saved.
Read more: Save The Planet From Climate Change: Tax Meat By 40%
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| 22 Nov 2016 | Tsunami waves hit areas along the Japanese coast after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Fukushima prefecture. Hours later a magnitude 6.3 earthquake also struck New Zealand about 1.19pm local time (11.19am AEDT). Sirens rang out in the early hours of Tuesday morning as residents were urged to evacuate immediately following the Japanese quake…A one metre tsunami wave also hit the coast at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, where a massive tsunami caused a meltdown[s] in 2011.
Waves from 7.4 quake reach Fukushima nuclear power plant
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‘A rare weather phenomenon known as “thunderstorm asthma” reportedly caused two deaths and crippled emergency services in Melbourne, Australia after extreme winds whipped high levels of pollen into the air causing widespread respiratory issues.
Ambulance Victoria received 1800 calls over a five-hour period on Monday, the equivalent of “a normal day’s case flow for the entire state,” Mick Stephenson from the service told 3AW. Hospitals were at capacity with emergency services experiencing an unprecedented number of people with breathing problems.’
Read more: ‘Thunderstorm asthma’ kills two as freak weather conditions wreak havoc in Melbourne , Australia
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‘If humans were largely moral and ethical beings, then globalization could be a workable proposition. Unfortunately, the dark behavioral narcissism expressed by compulsive greed and an infinite appetite for power seems to have become the guiding precept of our collective nightmare.
If only the desire to dominate others and have a lot more than them were not the prime motivations for the global elite on top of the human food chain, we could all have our respective modest slice of happiness on this planet.
The Utopia of globalization through institutions such as the United Nations (UN), World Bank, and International Monetary Fund (IMF) was supposed to eradicate the universal pestilence of war, extreme poverty, hunger and slavery using the might of the above supranational institutions to prevent the rise of so-called rogue nations usually ruled by dictators.’
Read more: Globalization: The Expressway to Universal Slavery
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Less than a week after India’s surprise move to scrap its highest denomination cash notes, another front in the War on Cash has intensified down under in Australia.
Yesterday, banking giant UBS proposed that eliminating Australia’s $100 and $50 bills would be “good for the economy and good for the banks.”
(How convenient that a bank would propose something that’s good for banks!)
This isn’t the first time that the financial establishment has pushed for a cashless society in Australia (or anywhere else).
In September 2015, Australian bank Westpac published its “Cash Free Report,” suggesting that the country would become cashless by 2022.
In July 2016, Australian payments firm Tyro published an enormously self-serving blog post touting the benefits of a cashless society and saying, “it’s only a matter of time.”
Most notably, two days ago, Citibank (yes, THAT Citibank) announced that it was going cashless at some of its Australian branches.
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‘As governments move forward in their attempts to force their citizens into vaccination, whether they want it or not, researchers are now moving forward with what may become the future of forced vaccination – transmissible vaccines.
This is an area of research that scientists have been interested in for quite some time but that is only now becoming feasible.
The idea behind these vaccines are that they would themselves be infectious, passing along the vaccine from one person to another as if it were a virus.
Thus, it would be possible to vaccinate a small number of people manually, but as a result of the vaccine’s self-transmission, actually vaccinate a very high number of people.’
Read more: New Transmissible Vaccine Spreads Like Virus, No Consent Necessary
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‘Have you read The Peanut Allergy Epidemic by historian Heather Fraser?
She begins by asking us why the peanut allergy epidemic is only found in Western cultures, where at least 4 million people experience the mysterious phenomenon, yet there are virtually no reported cases in India, where peanuts just so happen to be the main ingredient in most baby food products.
Consider this: one century ago, you couldn’t find anyone allergic to peanuts, but now it’s commonplace for parents to send EpiPens to school for the teacher and nurse to keep near to their children, just in case someone so much as opens a snack in the room that contains peanuts, or even if someone opens a food product that was so much as manufactured in “a facility that processes peanuts.”‘
Read more: Severe Allergies to Peanuts, Eggs and Dairy Directly Linked to Ingredients in Common Vaccines
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‘The manager of U2, a rock band well known for human rights campaigning, has taken part in fundraising activities for an organization that supports Israel’s war crimes.
Guy Oseary, who also manages Madonna, attended a 2014 fundraising gala in Los Angeles, California, for Friends of the IDF.
The event – which reportedly brought in $33 million to the organization’s coffers – was held just a few months after Israel’s 51-day bombardment of Gaza that year.’
Read more: U2 manager supports Israeli war crimes
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