Marking an escalation of ongoing hostilities between the Indian government and Greenpeace India, the Tamil Nadu Registrar of Societies on Wednesday cancelled the environmental NGO's license to operate in the country—a move akin to kicking the group out altogether.
Mexico's Supreme Court ruled 4-to-1 Wednesday that outlawing the possession and use of the marijuana plant represents a violation of fundamental human rights.
Maldives' Parliament voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to impeach the country's vice president, who will be charged with terrorism for plotting to kill the president, a minister said. Ahmed Adeeb second vice president impeached in three months, allegedly planning to kill President Yameen Abdul Gayoom in an explosion on his speedboat, denied involvement in the blast.
At the first meeting of the New York State's Pollinator Task Force (Aug 6 2015), commercial beekeeper Jim Doan was flabbergasted to learn that state officials had appointed two representatives of the national pesticide industry to the 12-member panel. Bumblebee (Bombus affinis), once common in New York and the Northeastern US, is now a candidate for the endangered species act.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will update by year's end proposed guidelines for assessing the safe life span for nuclear reactors -- a central issue for the nuclear industry, the nation's future electric power supply and the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan. The new guidance is linked to NRC's current judgment that there are as yet no "aging" issues with reactors' structures and components that would prevent current plants from being licensed out to 80 years of age.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his spokesman – officially appointed by himself – does not speak for him. Ran Baratz, recently appointed as his new chief of “public diplomacy,” has history of insulting American officials, said US Secretary of State John Kerry’s “mental age” no more than a 12-year-old.
Denmark rejected the appeal of Swedish authorities to Europe to redistribute a massive influx of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa, local media reported. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven asked the European Commission to urge other EU states to participate in redistribution of refugees from Sweden, as the country “has long taken an unreasonably large responsibility in comparison with other countries.”
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter used a visit yesterday to the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and an on-board press conference to deliver further provocative threats against China over disputed territorial claims in the South China Sea.
The European Union is set to issue guidelines for labeling Israeli products made in the occupied territories. Israel is trying hard to convince the E-U not to go ahead with its plan, describing it as a boycott against Tel Aviv. Israel’s deputy foreign minister is on tour to Spain, France, and Germany this week in an effort to make the bloc change its mind.
Mexico's Supreme Court has blocked a move by the nation's agriculture ministry to allow genetically modified soya seeds to be planted in two states.
More than 1,100 local, state, and tribal law enforcement departments responded to the 2015 National Drug Threat Survey. aCops do not perceive marijuana to be a threat. Drugs that cops are worried about are heroin and methamphetamine. Prince George’s County police blame recent spike in Maryland murders on decriminalization of marijuana – despite no evidence to back up their claim.
The Russian and Indian defense ministers signed a military-technical cooperation agreement in followup to the India-Russia Intergovernmental Commission for Military-Technical Cooperation (IRIGC-MTC), the Russian Defense Ministry press service said Monday.
US Senator Lindsey Graham has said the US Congress is unlikely to reach an agreement on a war authorization against Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in Syria, where “the next 9/11 is coming from.”Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Bob Corker, argued Tuesday that a new war bill was not needed.
Ireland’s State Minister in charge of the National Drugs Strategy announced Monday he would work to initiate the process of decriminalizing all drugs in the country. A main element of the plan seeks to create “injection centers” where addicts can safely consume their drugs and receive treatment.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has voted for a resolution calling for scrapping new federal rules to protect smaller streams, tributaries and wetlands from development and pollution.
Israel has provided the United States with a list of weapons that it would like to have available as part of the US aid package, Israel’s Yedioth Ahronoth revealed yesterday. According to the newspaper the list included a modern aircraft carrier and a squadron of F-15 aircraft as well as material assistance to support Israel’s anti-ballistic missile system, Arrow 3.
Following its provocative naval intervention last week against Chinese territorial claims in the South China Sea, the Obama administration is engaged in an aggressive diplomatic offensive throughout Asia, seeking to ramp up the pressure on China over the explosive issue.
Ohio voters rejected a ballot measure that would have legalized the recreational and medical use of marijuana in the state, the Associated Press reported. The proposal would have only permitted a small set of investors to control the commercial pot industry.
A secret application has been made to India’s GEAC (Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee) for a new variety of GMO mustard to be released for cultivation. If accepted, this would be the first GMO variety to be approved in India – and could open the way for many more such applications for other major crops including staple foods like rice, wheat and chickpeas.
Bashar al-Assad remaining in power in Syria is not a principled aspect for the Russian Federation, but the change of regime in that country would be a global-scale disaster, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mariya Zakharova said Tuesday.
WE ARE now officially living amid the sixth great extinction, according to scientists, global economy has not shifted to prevent climate change's threat to civilization and the biosphere. Loss of biodiversity, ocean acidification and pollution not sufficient to catalyze changes in global economic order. Changes to capitalism most likely to come about through shifts in economic practices which makes some forms of production unacceptable; through profitable technological innovation; or political influence of corporations.
The mayor called homelessness in Seattle a human tragedy “seldom seen in the history of our city,” while King County Executive Dow Constantine said the situation countywide has become “just as devastating to thousands as flood or fire.”
The ACA has nothing in common with universal health care. That was merely the slogan initially advanced to disguise a corporate-designed scheme to dramatically shift health care costs onto the working class
More than 70 Palestinians have been killed and over 2,600 injured by Israeli soldiers during the month of October alone. The senators, among whom are Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) both running for the 2016 presidential election, are backing a resolution to pressure Obama as well as the international community to show "solidarity" with Israel after the alleged attacks.
German chancellor calls emergency summit with government leaders amid claims her coalition is so divided that it is incapable of tackling crisis. Thousands of refugees continue to arrive in Germany every day, and the number is expected to reach more than a million by the end of the year.
Turkish riot policemen and Kurdish protesters clashed in Diyarbakir late Sunday after results from the country’s snap parliamentary elections were announced, showing a victory for the Justice and Development Party (AKP).
Just the helmet for the pilot of the new F-35 Lightning II is going to cost taxpayers nearly half a million dollars. And since we are going to need 2,400 of those helmets, the total bill is going to end up approaching a billion dollars.
The U.S. has decided to sell Turkey $70 million worth of “smart bombs,” a key item in a set of crucial weapon systems that Washington had been refusing to send to Ankara.
A federal judge in suburban White Plains has rejected Malcolm Smith's request to delay his seven-year sentence so he could attend a seminar on living behind bars. The Democrat made the request Friday, a week before he was due to start his sentence. He was convicted of trying to pay off local Republican leaders to get a shot at the GOP ballot line in the 2013 New York City mayoral race.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said Saturday that Russia and Iran must agree to a date and means for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to quit the country, and to the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Syria.
Jonathan Lundgren’s research found bees and monarch butterflies can be harmed by a widely used class of insecticides. In a whistleblower case filed Wednesday, the United States Agriculture Department entomologist alleges he faced retaliation because of his research.
Starting next fall it will be illegal to install wood-burning heaters and stoves in new homes in at least one major American city: San Francisco. Even wood stoves certified as low emission by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be banned.
Plans to deploy some 4,000 NATO combat troops in countries bordering Russia were reported Thursday amid escalating tensions between Washington and Moscow over conflicting US and Russian military interventions in Syria.
A small contingent of US special forces will be sent as part of an “advise and assist” mission to the Syrian rebels fighting against Islamic State militants, Reuters reported citing unnamed US officials. Unnamed US officials told Reuters that 20-30 special forces operatives will be sent to Syria as military advisers, presumably to the US-backed rebel groups.
MEPs voted 285 - 281 to recognise the NSA whistleblower's status as a "human rights defender" and asked member states to grant him protection from extradition to the US, where he is wanted under several Espionage Act charges.
Two Russian lawmakers propose to amend the Law on Consumers’ Rights. It would demand food producers attach large and readable warnings on all GMO-containing products as well as detailed explanations of artificial additives in foodstuffs.
"In the United States we have 2.2 million people in jail today, more than any other country. And we’re spending about $80 billion a year to lock people up. We need major changes in our criminal justice system—including changes in drug laws," the U.S. Senator from Vermont said.
Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner insisted the move was aimed solely at bringing order to the unrelenting influx of people entering the country, telling parliament there were no plans "to build a fence around Austria."
Defence spokesman Yang Yujun said the PLA would take all steps to protect national security as it sent its own guided-missile destroyer Lanzhou and frigate Taizhou to warn USS Lassen, which had entered waters within 12 nautical miles of the Mischief and Subi reefs in the Spratly archipelago.
"I would like to mention one crucial issue in the development of the energy industry, and the economy as a whole. It is a question of finally stopping the use of foreign currency in internal trade,” said Putin at the fuel and energy presidential commission on Tuesday.
Russia’s defense ministry calls on foreign states to form a broad international coalition to counter the terrorist organization Islamic State, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said on Tuesday.
The European Commission is taking legal action against six European countries, including the Netherlands and Luxembourg, after they failed to implement rules that would allow for depositors to have their cash confiscated.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii’s second congressional district and member of the Armed Services Committee; “The U.S. and the CIA are working to overthrow the Syrian government of Assad while Russia, a long-time ally of Assad for decades is working to defend or uphold the Syrian government of Assad, and this puts us in a position of a possible direct head-to-head conflict with Russia as long as the U.S. and CIA continue down this path.”
Battling howling winds, driving rain and icy temperatures, thousands of migrants today marched into Slovenia. Photographed from above, the refugees formed a single column as they crossed into the country from Croatia. Slovenia's Prime Minister warns the EU will break up if leaders cannot agree on how to deal with crisis.
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar: "If we do not deliver some immediate and concrete actions on the ground in the next few days and weeks, I believe the EU and Europe as a whole will start falling apart," Cerar said on Sunday as he arrived for an emergency summit on the refugee crisis in Brussels, Belgium.
Slovenia “will not be able to endure this for weeks if we do not get help.”
The US government has opposed South Korea’s plans to export T-50 Golden Eagle supersonic training jets to Uzbekistan as it fears a possible leakage of technology to Russia, the Korea Times newspaper reported citing a military source on Sunday.
The state has $66.1 million in excess tax revenue from recreational pot sales and the voters get to decide how it’s spent. Proposition BB, up for a vote in less than two weeks, would allocate all of the extra funds entirely to the state; $40 million for school construction and $12 million for marijuana education.
Governor Hickenlooper, who opposed the legalization of recreational marijuana, now supports keeping all of that revenue for the state.
President Vladimir Putin has familiarized himself with data on Islamic State positions in Syria supplied by former US President Jimmy Carter, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, noting that the information had been supplied through open channels as it was not of military nature.
In the 2016 defense budget, hundreds of millions of dollars — funds that could be spent improving America for Americans — are openly going to train and arm “rebel” forces in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine in what amounts to little more than a thinly-veiled proxy war with Russia (and a payday for American defense contractors).
The U.N. envoy charged with safeguarding free speech around the globe has declared in a dramatic new report that confidential sources and whistleblowers are a crucial element of a healthy democracy, and that governments should protect them rather than demonize them.
As Russia unleashed fighter jets Thursday from this air base in western Syria to pound militant targets, President Vladimir Putin pushed diplomatic efforts with the West, stressing the need "to consider each other as allies in a common fight." Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Friday in Vienna.
A review of Mr. Bush’s finances shows that he has built his personal wealth with the help of companies that had business interests with Florida while he was governor, and that singled out his political expertise and government experience as important assets. Roughly half of the $36.8 million he has earned since he left office in 2007 stems from such companies, according to campaign disclosures and government filings.
Iceland has just sentenced 26 bankers to a combined 74 years in prison. The majority of those convicted have been sentenced to prison terms of two to five years. The maximum penalty in Iceland for financial crimes is six years, although hearings are currently underway to consider extending the maximum.
Putin: "Why play with words dividing terrorists into moderate and not moderate. What's the difference?" Weapons provided to "moderate" opposition in the region had ended up in the hands of terrorists. Some countries are playing a double game.“Success in fighting terrorists cannot be reached if using some of them as a battering ram to overthrow disliked regimes."
In the wake of President Bashar al-Assad’s trip to Moscow Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin has initiated a series of diplomatic feelers indicating that the Kremlin is prepared to seek a negotiated “political transition” in Syria.
Obama is pressing for Congress to give Puerto Rico (PR) sweeping powers to reduce its $73 billion debt burden through a form of bankruptcy protection not now available to American territories and will also ask lawmakers to establish an independent body to monitor the island’s fiscal affairs (a la Troika).
More than 35,000 troops are participating in NATO’s month-long Trident Juncture war games, along with some 140 warplanes and 60 warships. The militaries of 30 different capitalist governments aligned with the NATO alliance are involved. Massive NATO drills are taking place in Italy, Spain and Portugal. The drills are designed to prepare the NATO powers for large-scale strategic warfare
Defying the international call for an arms embargo over war crimes concerns, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced Tuesday it has approved an $11.25 billion deal to sell combat ships to Saudi Arabia, which has been waging war against Yemen for more than six months.
News sites around the world today are talking about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s assertion in a speech yesterday that Hitler didn’t want to kill the Jews, just expel them, till he was convinced to exterminate them by the Palestinian leader, Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. The criticism is so universal, and angry, that the remarks look to be a landmark in Netanyahu’s cynicism; they draw back the curtain for the world on his refusal to sincerely address Palestinians aspirations for freedom today.
US officials expressed outrage at the visit, saying Russia was “emboldening” Assad by allowing him to visit, and claiming it was at odds with Russia’s previous support for a transitional government. They went on to say that the war would be lengthened by the visit.
The declared neoconservative intention of achieving global hegemony has resurrected the threat of nuclear armageddon as Russia and China are most definitely not going to submit, as every European country, the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Colombia, and Japan have submitted, to being Washington’s vassals. If the arrogance, ignorance and incompetence of the Western political systems permit the continuation of the crazed, totally unrealistic, neoconservative agenda, the planet will die.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says that cell phone video recordings of police officers are interfering with the officers’ ability to do their jobs … and that is why the murder numbers are rising for his city. Emanuel blamed the higher murder rate on “the chilling effects of high-profile protests against police brutality and officers’ fear of cell phone videos of their actions going viral.”
Thousands of people streaming into Europe from the war-torn Middle East have been stranded in the cold with inadequate food, shelter and housing as one country after another imposes border restrictions in an effort to prevent refugees from entering.
"Russia has caught the United States and its allies by surprise. Due to his pragmatism, knowledge of geopolitics and strategic thinking, Putin has strengthened Russia's weight in international politics,
The Chinese payment system intends to replace Visa and MasterCard that were forced to leave the peninsula following sanctions after it rejoined Russia in 2014. BaykalBank is the first lender to start issuing UnionPay payment cards in Crimea.
Illinois Comptroller Leslie Geissler Munger; due to the bitter budget battle going on in Springfield, the state would miss a $560 million pension payment in November. Unable to pass a budget leading to all types of absurdities including possibility of shortened school years to lottery winners being paid in IOUs.
The United States is not calling for the immediate removal of Syrian President Bashar Assad and believes he has a role to play in the transitional process in Syria, US State Department spokesman Mark Toner said on Monday.
Thousands of people trying to reach the heart of Europe surged across Serbia's border into Croatia on Monday after authorities eased restrictions that had left them stranded for days in ankle-deep mud and rain. Estimated 3,000 more migrants to enter Croatia bound for its small Alpine neighbor, which also has been struggling to slow the flow of humanity across its frontiers — and faced another wave of trekkers seeking to reach Austria and Germany to the north.
General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff, flew to Tel Aviv Sunday to discuss a 10-year military aid package worth some $3.7 billion a year. The pledge of increased American military support came in the midst of an increasingly brutal Israeli crackdown on Palestinians within both the occupied territories and Israel itself.
"Russia's victory in its fight against the Islamic State will mean Washington's crushing defeat in front of everyone. … Everyone will know that Russia's Armed Forces are more effective that American troops. And most importantly, Russia will secure a footing in the Middle East," Spanish newspaper La Republica.
The $825,000 Z Backscatter Vans the NYPD drives around the city look like regular police vans, but are equipped with powerful X-rays that can see through walls and vehicles. NYPD’s refusal to disclose information is further undercut by the fact that other agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, have already revealed the same types of information about similar technology.
Saudi Arabia planning to behead and then publicly crucify a 21-year-old protester, who was a child at the time of his alleged ‘crime, sits on the United Nations’ Human Rights Council.
Other countries felt powerless in the face of the arrogant hegemonic Unipower. Putin denounced Washington’s assaults on the sovereignty of other peoples, declared that Russia can no longer tolerate this state of affairs in the world. Two days later he took over the war in Syria; showed Washington’s EU vassals that Washington’s ABM system could not protect them if Europe permitted Washington to force Europe into conflict with Russia.
If the terrorists in Syria obtain portable surface-to-air missiles Russia will view it as direct means of condoning terrorism and will bring the matter before the UN Security Council, a Russian deputy foreign minister said on Saturday.
Londoners have held a massive rally condemning Israel’s aggressive policies towards the Palestinians. The pro-Palestinian rally outside Israeli embassy in London comes amid mounting Israeli aggression against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank.
e EU and the Greek government agreed in 2011 to eliminate universal health care, by requiring the unemployed to pay for their own care. Pensions are to be be reduced from €486 to €392 per month. One quarter of workers unemployed in Greece, retirees often provide the only income in families.
“Any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians it is an act of terrorism.”- Barack Obama, 15th February 2013; talking of stray missiles after bombing a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan a week before – when coordinates of the buildings had been confirmed to US authorities prior to the attack.
Hungary says it will close down its border with Croatia to the free flow of migrants overnight Friday in a move experts say could leave thousands of migrants on their way to western Europe stranded in the small Balkan nation. Normal border checkpoints between the two countries will remain open, though inspections will be tightened.
German Government is considering 'helping' Greece more financially – but only if Athens is more involved in the refugee crisis, there could be more money for The Greeks IF they take on more refugees.
Former Montenegrin president Momir Bulatovic told Sputnik that Montenegrins have not forgotten the suffering unleashed by NATO military action against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The NATO bombings of 1999 are strong in the memory of Montenegrins, and the level of popular support for joining the military alliance is widely overestimated.
Darrel Whitman decided to sound the alarm over the dysfunction he had seen while working for OSHA. He was employed with the Whistleblower Protection Program within OSHA, and investigated claims of illegal activity and safety issues among workers. But after revealing that his department managers closed complaints to alleviate backlogs, altered reports, and failed to protect workers who complained, he was fired.
“I don’t really understand how our American partners can criticize Russia’s counterterrorism effort in Syria while refusing direct dialogue on the all-important issue of political settlement.”
Putin was commenting on the refusal by the Obama administration to receive a Russian delegation headed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to discuss the differences the two nations have on the Syrian crisis.
Members of the Environment Committee shot down a draft EU law that would allow member states to restrict or prohibit sales of genetically modified crops. A total of 19 EU countries plan GM bans.
Google believes that screening and censoring information requested by its users will help avoid “websites full of misinformation” from showing up at the top of the search list. By sorting through the actual content of websites to determine whether or not they fit the official narrative for the particular idea or concept presented, the Knowledge Vault will act as a type of knowledge gatekeeper in censoring out information and content deemed to be “false.”
The candidates presented themselves as opponents of war, poverty, injustice and the domination of politics by big money, without in any way suggesting that these were all connected to a common cause, the profit system.
EPA is running a $160 million PR Machine, $715 million police agency, a near $1 billion employment agency for seniors, and a $1.2 billion in-house law firm,” said Adam Andrzejewski, the founder of Open the Books. From page 13 of the report: EPA agents have the latest state of the art ‘policing’ gear such as “guns and ammunition,” “camouflage and other deceptive equipment,” “night vision,” “unmanned aircraft,” “radar,” “body armor,” “surveillance equipment,” “mobile GPS monitors.
California has become the first state in the nation to ban the use of antibiotics in livestock for any other reasons other than to prevent or treat illness.
Basilio Juracan; mayor of the western Guatemalan town of Concepcion in Solola Province has been lynched by a mob; attacking the mayor’s house where they dragged him out, beat him and set him on fire, after reportedly ordering an attack on political rival.
Major protests have broken out in Belgium over AUSTERITY, according to Le Monde. According to the police, up to 100,000 people demonstrated in the center of the capital against the AUSTERITY measures imposed by Prime Minister Charles Michel.
In a stunning move towards the elites' endgame of 'banning cash', Greek authorities unveiled stricter capital controls for civil servants and pensioners this weekend. By drastically limiting cash withdrawals and forcing the more 'controllable' compulsory use of plastic money, Greek authorities hope to stop tax evasion through the use of 'fake cash registers'.
We’re not going to do this [ground operation] and our Syrian friends are well aware of it,” President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with Russian TV anchor Vladimir Solovyov. The primary task of the Russian operation in Syria is “stabilizing the legitimate authority in this country and creating conditions to look for political compromise.”
A day after British and NATO pilots were reportedly given the green light to take drastic action against Russian fighter jets if they come under threat during missions over Iraq, Interfax reports that the Russian Defense Ministry has demanded clarification.
Thanks to a new policy in the Canadian city, housing is mandated for everyone who has spent 10 days in a shelter or on the streets. Now, when officials of the city learn of an individual living in these circumstances, they move him or her (or the family) into a house or apartment. Mayor of the town, Ted Clugston, says 10 days is the absolute limit an individual may live on the streets – even though the city is normally quick to find housing for homeless individuals.
Scuffles broke out Sunday in the Turkish capital Ankara as police used tear gas to prevent pro-Kurdish politicians and other mourners from laying carnations at the site of two suspected suicide bombings that killed 95 people and wounded hundreds in Turkey's deadliest attack in years.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday urged the international community to unite anti-terrorism efforts as he expressed condolences to families of victims from the deadly terrorist attack in Ankara, capital of Turkey.
Russia’s involvement in Syria is an important signal to the world that the crisis can’t be resolved without Moscow. The US is slowly losing its influence and position as a dominant force on the planet, Contra Magazin wrote; proved to be inefficient and even counterproductive. Its propaganda war against Russia has nothing to do with reality, Russia is seeking to reach peace and establish stability in the region, the newspaper wrote.
The decision to stop the training came after senior US officials admitted that, despite the programs’ $500 million budget, the US had only trained a handful of fighters. Even more disastrous was the fact that a stockpile of weapons given to the US-trained rebels ended up in the hands of terrorists, after the so-called ‘moderates’ willingly handed it over soon after crossing into Syria.
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson – former chief of staff to Colin Powell; the U.S. is exhibiting all of the signs of a failing empire, including: Relying on massive military force (and using gigantic complexes to support it) as the be-all and end-all of power, and belittling diplomacy/ Maintaining standing armies, instead of disbanding military forces between wars. Using more mercenary forces than citizen troops. Spending disproportionately large amounts of blood and treasure in order to counter threats on the status quo … which simply exacerbates the threat against the empire. Going ethically and morally bankrupt. Ending up up having bankers and financiers end up running the real power. Suffering great hiccups in finance and trade. The leaders no longer really believe in or follow the ideals of the founders
The world is beginning to realize that a seachange in world affairs occured on September 28 when President Putin of Russia stated in his UN speech that Russia can no longer tolerate Washington’s vicious, stupid, and failed policies that have unleashed chaos, which is engulfing the Middle East and now Europe. Two days later, Russia took over the military situation in Syria and began the destruction of the Islamic State forces.
Governments of North America are quietly conspiring to unite Canada, Mexico, and the US into a superstate, much like the European Union. The latest revelation of this plan comes from Canada, where it’s been revealed that Chief of the Defence, Staff Gen. Tom Lawson and the former chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, once discussed a plan to fully integrate the militaries of the US and Canada.
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