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Tenth victim of Manchester attack had called for ‘genocide’

ManchesterMartyn Hett who also died in the ISIS terror attack at the Manchester Arena, has been remembered this week as living a life “lived with passion and courage”, the British tabloid, The Sun reported. Missing from reports however, were Hett's calls for mass genocide of "straight white men" and defending sexually deviant Muslims.

No blacks participating in US voter registration and BLM drive

A new $80 million anti-white network is being led by an organisation funded by George Soros to fight US voter identification laws in order to make it easier for non-white immigrants to vote. But the drive generally includes few non-whites.

A majority of Americans believe mainstream news is fake

Cambridge, MAA Harvard University survey has confirmed that a majority of Americans across the political spectrum regard mainstream media report as fake news.

Kissinger called Zbigniew Brzezinski a ‘total whore’

WashingtonHenry Kissinger once called Zbigniew Brzezinski a "total whore", the Washington Post revealed. His legacy in Washington's foreign policy lives on after Afghanistan, today in Ukraine.

French doctor who incited Muslims to rape FN supporters, suspended

A medical doctor in France who called for ethnic minorities to rape white female Front National (FN) voters was forced to quit his job after a ruling by the Order of Physicians.

German minister says Germans should learn from Islam

BerlinGerman Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, believes Islam was not responsible for the Manchester attack, but a "misunderstanding" and said Germans could "learn" from Islam he described as one of the world's "great religions".

Zbigniew Brzezinski, creator of Al-Qaeda dies

Zbigniew Brzezinski, Cold War architect and one of the creators of Al-Qaeda, died at the age of 89. Brzezinski spent most of his career plotting against the Soviet Union, but did not foresee many of the consequences of his actions.

How did Manchester happen?

LondonIn 2011 when the British, French and the US launched the war on Libya, the British government introduced an "open door" policy that allowed Libyan exiles and British-Libyan citizens to join the 2011 uprising against Muammar Gaddafi. Theresa May, now the British Prime Minister, was the British Home Secretary responsible for the transfer of fighters to Libya at the time.

Moscow accuses US of supporting ISIS in Afghanistan

MoscowRussia has accused the US and NATO of "support for terrorists, primarily ISIS militants" in Afghanistan.

Pentagon has no idea what happened to $1 billion in arms in ME

WashingtonA declassified audit from the US Department of Defense, newly released, shows that the Pentagon has not the faintest idea what happened to more than $1 billion in weaponry and military equipment meant for the Iraqi Army.