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    The end of Canada as we know it

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    Note: Thank you to AofA contributor Ted Kuntz for his post. I was reminded of a favorite song that my daughters and I used to sing - C-A-N-A-D-A by Raffi. I embedded it at the bottom of this post.  Ted laments the loss of...

    Is It Chic to Destroy Public Art?

    The Emancipation Memorial in Washington, DC, is currently enclosed by a fence. The purpose of the fence is to protect the monument from a group of vandals bent on knocking it down. They will feel justified in doing so, they say, because the...

    Viral Images Of Putin's 'Cathedral Of War' Like 'Glimpse Of Alien Civilization'

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    At a moment that monuments in the West from statues of Thomas Jefferson to George Washington to Winston Churchill to Confederate generals like Robert E. Lee to various war memorials are being torn down, a new unprecedented in size memorial has gone up in Russia on the...

    The Valiant History of the Underground (Catacomb) Church Persecuted by the Soviet Regime

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    Introduction by The Saker:  Today I have decided to post a short article by Professor Ivan Andreev (see his interesting biography here) describing how the Russian Orthodox Church also had to ascend to Her own Golgotha when the Bolshevik theomachs took power in 1917.  It...

    Libya’s UN-backed govt. regains full control of capital Tripoli

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    Fighters loyal to the UN-recognized Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) cheer after retaking Tripoli International Airport from rival forces loyal to strongman Khalifa Haftar, on June 3, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Libya’s UN-backed government says its forces have managed to fully regain control of...

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 30, 2020, #251

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    May 30, 2020     5.6K Shares Dane WigingtonGeoengineeringWatch.org Has the storm arrived? Have we reached the boiling point? The true expanse and depth of the injustices that are being carried out against populations could never be calculated or...

    See Yourself Well

    by Kelly Brogan, MD See yourself well Forty-five percent less blood loss during spinal surgery.1 Sounds good, right? How’d they do it? Some new intraoperative technique or device? Some promising pharmaceutical product that supports coagulation? Nope. These patients simply visualized less blood loss before surgery. That’s it. I read this...