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Australia implements 'Steve's law'

Following pressure from a fringe religious group called ‘the servants of Steve’ , the Australian government has buckled to pressure from the group because of it’s control of Australia’s electrical distribution system. 410 more words

Law & Government

Pakistani pedophiles rape 1400 kids in 16 years: Rotherham UK

The more disturbing elements to this case are the following:

Authorities refused to act due to fears of being branded a racist, because perpetrators were Pakistani in origin. 47 more words

Whistle Blowers

New Jersey police caught on camera assaulting citizen

Over six months ago this story emerged but despite the whole’ hands up don’t shot’ theme clearly displays here very little in the media frenzy. Police caught out by their own cameras. 154 more words

Australia

Banco Espirito Santo nationalised, debts jetisoned

Portugal’s largest bank has been bought by the government after toxic debts were discovered. Rather than stupidly bailing out the speculators and banking executives, the bank has been divided into two parts, the good part with all the assets, and the bad part with all the toxic debts for all the shareholders and speculators. 78 more words

Monetary System

MH17

Perhaps one day we will know the truth and have closure, perhaps we will not.

One thing is certain now though, this war will not be ignored much longer.

Australia