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African showed just how ungrateful they truly are, after black churches around the USA spent tens of millions to have this solar farm built, ungrateful Africans that had power for the first time destroyed them within just one month of being in operation, providing much needed electric to run wells and bring water to areas that were desperate for the ability to feed their children.
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Democratic New Jersey Senator Cory Booker bashed America during the progressive Netroots Nation conference on Friday. “I’m a big believer that if America, if this country hasn’t broken your heart, then you don’t love her enough,” Booker said. “Because there’s things that are savagely wrong in this country. There’s a normalcy of injustice that we’ve accepted.” Booker did not elaborate on what things he thinks are currently “wrong” in America, but instead waxed poetic about gaining “wisdom” from “moons.” “And I tell you, Newark has gifted me a wisdom that can only come from moons, a sense of purpose that can only come from shared pain,” Booker asserted. “It’s a city that at times where my heart has been broken but I’ve learned that the heart is this interesting organ that, it’s the only one that really works even if it’s gotten broken.”
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On Friday August third, Therese Patricia Okoumou, the woman who climbed the Statue of Liberty demanding that Trump reunite all detained immigrant children with their families attended her hearing in downtown Manhattan.
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AUSTRALIAN nurses are pushing back against a change that requires them to “acknowledge white privilege” before treating patients. Nurses and midwives around the country must now adhere to a new code of conduct with a section specifically dedicated to “culture” and which details white Australians’ inherent privilege “in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders”. The new code, which came into effect in March, has been labelled “eye-watering”, “cultural madness” and “unacceptable”. A peak body representing nurses in Queensland is even calling for the chairman of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia to be sacked over it. “This is eye-watering stuff,” Graeme Haycroft from the Nurses Professional Association of Queensland told Sky News host Peta Credlin. “We’re calling for the resignation of the chairman of the board (Associate Professor Lynette Cusack) because she’s put her name to it and it’s unacceptable.” Credlin called it “almost too hard to believe”. “Before (a midwife) delivers a baby to an indigenous woman she’s supposed to put her hands up and say: ‘I need to talk to you about my white privilege’, not about my infection control, my qualifications or my training as a midwife?” she asked Mr Haycroft.
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Brazil's leftist Workers' Party nominated its charismatic founder Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for the upcoming presidential contest Saturday despite him being imprisoned for corruption. In a message read aloud to the party convention in Sao Paulo, Lula urged "a ceaseless battle for democracy." Although serving a 12-year sentence for corruption, Lula, 72, remains by far the frontrunner in opinion polls. Three big party conventions were held Saturday, two months before the first round of voting on October 7 in Latin America's dominant economy. In Brasilia, center-left environmental campaigner Marina Silva was crowned by her Rede party. Also in the capital, former Sao Paulo governor and establishment heavyweight Geraldo Alckmin secured the nod from the center-right Brazilian Social Democratic Party, or PSDB. Alckmin, 65, accepted his nomination with a speech blaming the Workers' Party for having laid the roots of today's economic disarray, with some 13 million people unemployed, and corruption rife, during more than a decade in power. "I am the candidate whose campaign can be summed up in one sentence: 'We will change Brazil and give back to Brazilians the dignity which has been taken from them,'" he said. But while both Silva and Alckmin are serious contenders in a likely match-up against controversial right-winger Jair Bolsonaro, it was Lula's highly unusual convention in Sao Paulo that overshadowed proceedings.
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This is what happens when white businesses are posted on twitter after this genocidal South African president that former Pres. Barack Obama just praised issues a statement demanding whites leave the country.
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Is it any wonder the U.S. government has a $21.3 trillion debt when politicians can’t tell the difference between a number with 6 zeros and one with 12? Nancy Pelosi made an appearance this week at San Francisco’s Mission Neighborhood Health Center, and during a brief media appearance afterward, she confused millions with billions with trillions, had trouble speaking, and got her government programs mixed up. “Imagine that,” she said, lamenting the number of people with pre-existing conditions, “130 million people, meaning 130 million families, probably,” she told reporters. That would be difficult, given that according to government stats, there were only 126 million households in 2017. Attacking Republicans, Pelosi said, “They did this, handing a massive tax cut, uh, to the wealthiest, uh, families in— people in America. 83 percent of the benefits went to the top 1 percent. A couple trillion dollars, uh, added to the national debt. Ans they said how are we going to pay for that? We’re going to cut Medicare and we’re going to cut Social Security. “One and a— 1.4 million, billion dollars,” she corrected with emphasis, before looking off towards a staffer, who was undoubtedly attempting to correct her. After staring off, she corrected herself again, “No, 1.4 trillion dollars in Medicare, and half a trillion in Medicaid,” she said, confusing Social Security with Medicaid.
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This is the moment Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his wife narrowly escaped an assassination attempt after a drone packed with explosives blew-up just inches away. Dramatic footage shows the president's wife Cilia Flores cower in fears as she spots the drone coming towards them as he made a speech in Caracas on Saturday. As Maduro was speaking about Venezuela's economy in a televised broadcast, the audio suddenly went and he and others on the podium looked up, visibly startled. Scores of soldiers, who were lined up in ranks, can then be seen running from the blast just before the transmission was abruptly cut. The President and the rest of the government escaped unharmed in what Communication Minister Jorge Rodriguez said was an "attack" against the leftist leader.
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These rednecks apparently didn't follow the rules or having a barbecue in the park, and paid the price by burning down the tree that was directly above their grill.
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Some of you were about to start asking this girl is before the makeup started coming off. Don't deny.
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