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Dec 14 23:51

Russia introduces draft UNGA resolution to save INF Treaty

In an attempt to salvage the cornerstone treaty limiting the deployment of nuclear missiles, which the US has decided to unilaterally suspend, Moscow has introduced a draft resolution to the United Nations General Assembly.

The US decision to leave the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty could seriously undermine international non-proliferation as well as arms control mechanisms, and would jeopardize world security, the Russian delegation said, presenting the draft to the UNGA.

The resolution urges the parties to engage in consultations on strategic issues and key points of concern, in the hope that constructive dialogue will not only lead to compliance with the treaty but pave the way for further efforts in global arms reduction. The document also calls for additional ‘confidence-building’ measures, and urges the international community to safeguard the INF treaty.

Dec 14 23:49

Israel’s ambassador to Kiev ‘shocked’ after Ukrainian region honors Nazi collaborator Bandera

The Israeli ambassador to Kiev has expressed outrage, after a region in Ukraine dedicated the year 2019 to the prominent nationalist leader and Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera.

Joel Lion took to Twitter on Thursday to say he was “shocked” after the Lviv region honored Bandera in this manner. The move was to mark the 110th anniversary of Bandera’s birth.

Dec 14 23:47

‘Unregistered foreign agent’: Clinton Foundation oversight panel hears explosive testimony

Fraud investigators have exposed the Clinton Foundation’s alleged misdeeds in a Congressional hearing, describing it as a de facto “foreign agent” devoted not to charity but to “advancing the personal interests of its principals.”

The Clinton Foundation acted as an agent of foreign governments “early in its life and throughout its existence,” according to testimony by former government forensic investigator John Moynihan, which, if true, would not only render it in violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act but also would violate its nonprofit charter, putting it on the hook for a massive quantity of unpaid taxes.

Dec 14 20:09

Why Your 401k Is A Bad Investment

Dec 14 18:48

The mysterious rise of meat allergies: Tick bites are driving rates up - but researchers warn many cases are actually due to sugar sensitivity

Clue to solving the mysterious rise of meat allergies:

https://healthimpactnews.com/2017/gelatin-in-vaccines-can-cause-allerg...

Clinical allergy to the ingestion of gelatin may or may not be present in patients who have allergic reactions to the systemic injection of gelatin. Reactions to a gelatin-containing vaccine may occur after the first dose of vaccine because of prior exposure to (and sensitization from) gelatin in other medications or vaccines or by ingestion of gelatin-containing foods.

What this essentially means is that people with a gelatin food allergy may develop an anaphylactic reaction after receiving a gelatin-containing vaccine; however, it has also been reported that people without a prior gelatin allergy can also experience anaphylactic reactions in response to gelatin-containing vaccines.

Dec 14 18:45

The Jeiwsh Suicide Bomber

He clearly smuggled explosives across the border and then blew up himself and his fellow Israeli soldiers, all while waving a Palestinian flag.

Dec 14 18:28

WATCH: Anti-Trump Shep Smith Goes Off on Colleague for Bringing Up Hillary

Undercover CNN reporter @ShepNewsTeam Shepard Smith Is Trending on twitter -- Here's Why

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Dec 14 18:25

Jean-Claude #Juncker must be the most creepiest world leader alive (including Joe #Biden).

I would like to ask all the women out there; would you appreciate it if an old man acted in this way against you?

video

Dec 14 18:21

Oh the irony #GoogleHearing

Dem congressman complains to Indian-born Google CEO: I call tech support & get somebody I can’t understand.

Dec 14 17:49

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Examined By Doctors As MSM And Democrats Push Fake News Story On Meeting With Paul Manafort

By Aaron Kesel

WikiLeaks founder and former editor Julian Assange underwent a series of medical exams, Ecuador’s top attorney Inigo Salvador said.

Salvador told reporters Ecuador did not have access to the results of the tests as doctors are forbidden from sharing patient information in the UK.

A lawyer for Assange stated he did not know the results of the medical tests, while further calling on Ecuador to produce documentation proving that the UK would not extradite him to any country where his life would be at risk. Most notably, an at-risk country would be the United States...

Dec 14 17:30

Firefox add-on: Facebook Container

Prevent Facebook from tracking you around the web. The Facebook Container extension for Firefox helps you take control and isolate your web activity from Facebook.

Dec 14 17:18

Trump appoints budget director and self-proclaimed ‘right-wing nutjob’ Mulvaney as chief of staff

A former South Carolina Congressman, Mulvaney was quite open about where his loyalties lay, telling an American Bankers Association conference in April: “We had a hierarchy in my office in Congress. If you’re a lobbyist who never gave us money, I didn’t talk to you.”

“If you’re a lobbyist who gave us money, I might talk to you.”

When Mulvaney introduced himself to economic adviser Gary Cohn as “a right-wing nutjob,” it was clearly meant in humor, but he told Politico he is proud of his extremism.

“I don’t think anyone in this administration is more of a right-wing conservative than I am.”

His budget-slashing ideas have made it into many of the administration’s proposals, and he continues to push for even deeper cuts to Social Security and Medicare despite Trump’s campaign promises to leave those programs alone.

Dec 14 17:13

‘Time to learn from the French!’ Yellow Vest protests spread to Israel, 10 arrested (VIDEOS)

Outraged by the rising cost of living and price hikes on basic services, Israeli citizens who were inspired by the French Yellow Vest movement took to the streets of Tel Aviv demanding concessions from the government.

Wearing bright fluorescent yellow vests, symbolic of the French grassroots movement, some 600 Israeli activists blocked the Azrieli intersection and adjacent roads in the city center, accusing the government of “robbing” the people.

Concerned over the rising price of electricity, water and food, organizers stressed that the “time has come to learn from the French” and that they are “done being nice.” The crowd boldly advised Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet to address their grievances before the “entire country is on fire.”

Dec 14 17:00

The Future of Education is Borderless

By Steven Maxwell

We are finally starting to see indications that countries are competing for new employees by offering a range of incentives to become residents, but strangely we have yet to see such a borderless approach when it comes to incentivizing the students who will help build the most productive new crop of employees...

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