2. Something missing in the description at YT but I can’t quite work out what it is…
3. Excellent expose of the disease of the Australian immigration system that Canada, the US, and nearly every other Western nation has.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has found that the Trudeau government is exempting foreign oil from the emissions regulations they impose on oil made right here in Canada.
This means the government is purposely giving an advantage to oil from countries like Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and Venezuela, while punishing our own homegrown Canadian oil industry.
Here’s what the CTF found:
“In August 2017, the federal government decided to change the rules halfway through the Energy East pipeline review by requiring the project to go through an “upstream and downstream emissions review.” TransCanada cancelled the project soon after the federal announcement.
The CTF then filed Access to Information requests with the federal government, and has discovered that foreign oil imported into Canada will not be subjected to a similar review.”
CTF Alberta Director Colin Craig said, “Ottawa is holding Canadian oil to a higher standard than foreign oil that is imported to Canada. The situation is insane. By putting up roadblocks in front of Canadian oil companies, governments are literally losing out on billions in lost tax revenues.”
ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkey on Friday denied as “baseless allegations” a Swiss media report that Turkish diplomats tried to abduct a Swiss-Turkish businessman allegedly linked to the 2016 failed coup in Turkey, a case now under investigation by Zurich prosecutors.
Swiss daily Tages-Anzeiger said one of the two diplomats linked to the alleged plot to snatch the Swiss-based businessman – who was active in the Gulenist movement that Ankara blames for the coup bid – remains in office in Bern. It said the second diplomat had since returned to Turkey.
“We utterly deny the baseless allegations contained in an article regarding the attempted abduction of a Swiss business person … that also point to our embassy and our personnel as a target,” Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said.
Earlier on Friday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu lashed out at a journalist during a news conference in Kazakhstan for asking a question related to the matter.
6. London Church does Crucifixion themed art display. Jesus as Star Wars Storm trooper less popular than originally thought for some reason.
Previous studies have suggested that between 50 per cent and 75 per cent of intelligence is inherited, and the rest comes through upbringing, friendship groups and education.
8. Acting FBI Director David Bowdich: 500K names purged from criminal database
(Justice at last, justice at last, may Clinton swing for it, justice at last. With apologies to Dr. King)
The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), the Clinton foundation’s flagship project, has failed for years to disclose hundreds of millions in foreign government donations as required by New York State law, according to an investigativereport by Scripps Washington Bureau.
From 2010 to 2014, CHAI failed to list $225 million in contributions on disclosure forms with the New York state government, which requires charities to itemize each domestic and foreign government donation.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who was appointed by Hillary Clinton to her campaign’s “leadership council” in New York, refuses to enforce his office’s law and compel CHAI to publicly disclose the names of foreign governments and the millions in contributions they’ve donated.
10. Geert Wilders’ latest attempt to inform the sleeping and truth-resistant
11. British MPs upset with the presence of Tommy Robinson within those corrupted and subverted halls.
(I agree with the MPs actually. Poor Tommy must have had to have several showers after being in such a place. It must be sickening to be in a place that once meant so much to so many, and now is just a vestigial mockery of rule of law and equality.)
Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Xanthippa, EB., Richard and MANY more and many who I lost track of. Stay around though, more to come.