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Independence Day - What's it all about?

Independence Day of the United States, also referred to as Fourth of July or July Fourth in the U.S., is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the… 483 more words

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Suez Canal: It Will Never Work

The disaster of the Indian mutiny in 1857 and the delays in getting news of it made people consider ways of improving contact between Europe and Asia. 181 more words

Real Life

JULY 4, 1776

The Declaration of Independence was passed late in the day on July 4, 1776.  This started the creation process of the greatest country ever to exist to date on planet Earth. 540 more words

Suez Canal: It Will Never Work

The disaster of the Indian mutiny in 1857 and the delays in getting news of it made people consider ways of improving contact between Europe and Asia. 181 more words

Real Life

Hey you! You broke my heart...

Hey you, out there on my walls stomping on me.  Won’t you help me.  You walk my ramparts, scribbling love messages to each other on me, but not one to me. 416 more words

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Is it a cultural thing?

Since arriving in the UK, my abnormally insensitive mind has begun to pick up on things about the place that most people probably already knew. The most striking of these things is that theft is an important part of British culture, and the more grandiose the better. 645 more words

Culture

The British Empire's Green Fascism

Schellnhuber as a Satanic Force

In the name of saving the environment, the British Royal family—through their agent John Schellnhuber, an official Commander of the Order of the British Empire—has moved to take over the Catholic church and use it as an instrument for their global depopulation, genocide agenda. 385 more words

British Imperial Strategy