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Double Standard Oil

So some political hacks in the U.S. Government have sounded the alarm that Russian investors have gained the largest block of shares in Citgo oil. So, why the whining? These are the same outfit who demanded for generations that Russians … Continue reading

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Kid abandoned as a witch?

I had watched a preacher show on TV about a Witch Hunter from Nigeria. It wasn’t an accusation against the Witch Hunter, though. HuffPo has the story, it starts in Nigeria, same country as the Witch Hunter. I’m christian and … Continue reading

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Trump and Standing Rock

It’s a classic maneuver to make We The Peasants pay for the luxury of the Rich. All money is a reflection of available resources, whether in “our” jurisdiction or foreign. To take the resources in other jurisdictions usually requires war … Continue reading

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Colo. Springs peaceniks, Unitarians and NAACP fall for latest Africom campaign

They fell for Darfur and Kony (and Obama!) and now the Colorado Springs social justice community confirms that the city’s national repution for dim-bulbedness doesn’t reflect just its conservatives. Even the dissenting voice in this belly of the US military-judeo-christian-racist … Continue reading

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Want to save Nigerian girls? Buy them! But first ask who is abducting whom?

Western interest are desperate to create public consent for airstrike interventions in Africa, having failed with their KONY 2012 campaign, the Rwanda remembrance handwringing, ad infinitum. Now Nigerian insurgents have thwarted a military “rescue” of two hundred schoolgirls abducted by … Continue reading

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Occupy Nigeria- Inspiration for all of Africa

Per wikipedia, Occupy Nigeria is a protest movement that began in Nigeria on Monday, 2 January 2012 in response to the fuel subsidy removal by the Federal Government of President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday, 1 January 2012. I believe that … Continue reading

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Shoot him in the chest – I want his hat

Olympic television audiences can be shown Sunday’s violent luge death, over and over, but they won’t see the video recently leaked from Nigeria, of last summer’s cleanup effort against Islamic rebels. Nigeria is a US client state, violently repressing indigenous … Continue reading

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Give this lackey a new directive

BagnewsNotes has juxtaposed two photos of African colonialism. One taken more than a century ago shows a white bwana being ferried by two porters, the second is the recent image at left. The difference is that today’s servants are trusted … Continue reading

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Shell Oil’s Green shell game

Shell Oil claims to be Green, Green, Green! Corporate Green is more like it though, yet that did not stop the oil company from running advertisements in recent years that included a picture of an oil refinery, with chimneys producing … Continue reading

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