No that’s not a typo, it’s how I feel.
I do love it though when the official government “bean counters” the Office For National Statistics blow the governments lame attempts of covering up immigration wide open. 390 more words
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In September, the Interfax news agency reported that Russian consulates in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Myanmar and Namibia would be implementing fingerprinting technology starting next year. 233 more words
Before going through this writing, let me clarify a little bit that this is, by no means, related to any political post. This is just my full opinion toward the current Cambodia society based on my own observation. 1,819 more words
It was an hour past sunset when the Falcon finally reached the massive dock of the Stony Bay, two hours behind schedule. Ropes were tossed down to waiting figures who seemed almost iridescent in the near darkness of the lamp lit dock, five or six adults and a fair gaggle of children, none of whom could have been older than twelve winters. 1,332 more words
In essence it encapsulated a practice of Roman emperors who, upon losing the support of those who were Roman citizens by birth or by right, would allow foreigners to take residence inside Rome’s territory and declare all who were in these outlying provinces to be new Roman citizens. 96 more words
Pic by R.OliverLuce
~R.OliverLuce | 11-21-14
TODAY WE DRAW THE LINE in saving the Constitution and the nation.
It’s TRUE a few or perhaps more previous LEADERS have broken CONSTITUTION for quiet convenience for farming out American jobs to foreigners in America for example! 233 more words