Pan African Palestine Solidarity Network calls on AU to deny apartheid Israel observer status

The Pan African Palestine Solidarity Network (PAPSN) has accused the African Union (AU) of flouting its foundational values by upholding Apartheid Israel's observer status. In a statement issued yesterday the organisation said the AU summit had ignored the obligations enshrined in the body's charter to “fight against apartheid, racism, colonialism and Zionism”. The PAPSN condemned the “outrageous and unilateral” decision taken by the AU Commission Chair Moussa Faki Mahamet in July 2021 to accredit Israel with observer status. Sunday's summit threatened to split the African Union with several states led by South Africa, Algeria and Nigeria opposing the accreditation, while another bloc including the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Cameroon supported the move. Algeria FM: 'Granting Israel observer status at AU a double mistake' The PAPSN […]

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New Zealand Scientists also Find Microcircuitry and Nanotech in Shots

Dr Matt Shelton is a physician in Wellington, New Zealand with university studies in mathematics and physics and extensive experience with phase contrast microscopy. He tells Sue Grey the dark field microscopy images which he has taken of the Pfizer Comirnaty® vaxxine currently being deployed in New Zealand. Dr Shelton explains, “People who were injured by the Pfizer jab started showing up in my practice. At this time in 2021, I didn’t have a microscope. “Several doctors had come forward in other countries to report strange observations. Dr Zandré Botha from South Africa showed the uniform strange round circles. La Quinta Columna showed what appeared to be microchips and other formations. Two other doctors talked about parasites and of all things, hydras! “This is not my first rodeo. Having previously experienced how those of us that critically look at the vaccine situation are heavily infiltrated by persons wishing to divert and control the narrative, I thought, “What is real?”, “What is put forth in order to lead questioners to look like fools?” “Because of my previous extensive microscopy experience, learning to use a dark field microscope didn’t take a huge amount of education. I took a 12 week course on

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Deceased Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond Tutu Faces Zionist Reputational Firing Squad

JOHANNESBURG – Vilakazi Street in Soweto is perhaps the most famous street in all of Johannesburg, maybe even in all of South Africa. The street is named after Dr. B.W. Vilakazi, who was a South African poet, novelist, and intellectual. He was the first Black South African to teach at the University of the Witwatersrand; though, because they did not allow Black lecturers at the time, he was employed as a language assistant. But that is not why Vilakazi Street is famous. At the corner of Vilakazi and Ngakane is the home of Nelson Mandela, known today as the Mandela House. It serves as a sort of museum and memorial to Nelson Mandela. When I was there in 2014, I was given a tour by the very lady who worked for the Mandelas as a housekeeper. Also on Vilakazi Street is the home of the recently deceased Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It is said to be the only street in the world where two Nobel Prize laureates resided, and these were no ordinary laureates even by Nobel Prize standards.

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Robert F Kennedy Jr Full Speech | Milan, Italy November 13th 2021

TRANSCRIPT No government in the history of mankind has ever relinquished power voluntarily. The power that they have taken away from us over the past 20 months they will never give back. They have taken away our freedom of speech, they have closed the churches, they have taken away jury trials against companies, no matter how negligent they, no matter how reckless they are, no matter how grievous your injury, you cannot sue that company. They have taken away our property rights in the United States. They closed a million businesses for a year with no just compensation and no due process. They have taken away our right to be free of warrantless searches and seizures and surveillance by the government. In the United States all of those rights are enumerated in our Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. And among the most important of those rights, after the right to free expression, which is gone, is the right to be able to participate in rule-making. So, when the government wants to pass a law, it has to publish the law, propose the law, it has to explain the scientific basis for that law, it has to

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Dreamtime: a cruel delusion of British anthropologists

This was first published by cairnsnews 25th September 2015. We were inundated with inquiries about the real ancestry of Australian

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Is White Genocide Brewing in South Africa?

[embedded content][embedded content] Christopher Mathias poster on Twitter: “Don’t invite people on your show to argue there is a White

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