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McDonald’s Just Recalled 1 Million Chicken Nuggets. The Reason Why Will Sicken You

Last week, McDonald’s Japan apologized to a customer after they found bits of blue plastic in an order of their Chicken McNuggets. As a result, McDonald’s has pulled a million McNuggets from the factory. Another customer found a piece of vinyl in their McNuggets. “We deeply apologize for the trouble we have caused our customers and we are taking quick measures to analyze the cause of the contamination,” sai ...

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Drone Footage Reveals Russia’s Massive Tesla Tower

Western energy sanctions levied against Russia are already threatening to trickle down and compromise the energy security of the entire EU, according to the most recent reports. Amid economic and political instability, ingenuity often arises. 40 miles west of Moscow lies “The High Voltage Marx and Tesla Generators Research Facility.” Russia has long experimented both economically and militarily with Tesla t ...

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Losing the battle over truth and information, U.S. State Dept. asks for more propaganda money

It is a hilarious dichotomy that a news outlet from the Russian Federation is being seen as much more truthful than broadcast outlets in the West, especially in light of the Brian Williams scandal that saw the most popular nightly news anchor be suspended for outright lying.  But even as network and cable news stations in the U.S. and EU continue to lose viewership to rising foreign stations like Russia Tod ...

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What These Archaeologists Found All Over The World Is Deeply Disturbing. And Yes, It’s Real.

Over the course of human history, societal sensibilities have changed quite a bit. For example, apparently 8,000 years ago having a stake driven through your noggin was not much more than a bad case of the Mondays. Thanks to the work of archeologists, we are now discovering just how horrifying life used to be. By the end of this list, you’ll be glad you don’t live thousands of years in the past because it l ...

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Brazil’s Football Stadiums To Be Turned Into Homes For Homeless People

TIP- After the 2014 Football World Cup which took place in Brazil, was over, almost all brazilian stadiums were left behind staying vacant. Two French architects Axel de Stampa and Sylvain Macaux in their project “Casa Futebol” proposed a reappropriation of the stadiums using modules of housing of a surface of 105 m ². Stadiums will continue to receive soccer matches, a part of the income will support the c ...

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Here’s What Happened When Hundreds of Muslims Surrounded a Synagogue to Show the ‘True Face’ of Islam

A large group of Muslims made a powerful and symbolic gesture showing they want to protect Norway’s Jewish community, gathering hand-in-hand Saturday to form a “ring of peace” around a synagogue. Muslim youths organized the peace vigil in solidarity with the Jewish community following deadly shootings at a free speech event and at a synagogue last weekend in neighboring Denmark. The English-language website ...

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China responds to U.S. surveillance by putting Apple and Cisco on a ‘No buy list’

In a war against a fascist state, the best way to asymmetrically attack your opponent is through their wallets.  And since the U.S. government is now completely intertwined with banking and corporate hegemonies that not only write legislation (Obamacare), but provide guidance on such things as the Debt Ceiling, the Chinese are going for the bottom lines of companies to send a message on how they feel about ...

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Since the U.S. continues to sanction Cuba, door opens for Russia to move in

Despite the hoopla that President Obama tried to cash in on when he spoke about improving ties with Cuba late last year, little has changed regarding the overall relationship between Castro and Washington.  However, because of Congress's unwillingness to forgive events that took place more than 50 years ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin sees a new opportunity in the island nation just 90 miles off Ameri ...

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Exposed: This Guy From Obama’s Past Could Destroy Barack And Prove Giuliani Was Right

Rudy Giuliani is being roundly criticized for several recent statements he has made about President Barack Obama, including the claim that Obama in his youth was influenced by a literal communist. I cannot address all of Giuliani’s remarks, but I can certainly speak to the influence of the communist he referred to. In short, Rudy was correct; and he even had Obama’s exact age (nine) right when he was first ...

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Security Cameras At Disneyland Caught Something Bizarre & Inexplicable On Film…Unbelievable

It's a well known fact that there are some creepy Disneyland urban legends. One of those legends is that the park is haunted by various ghosts, including the ghost of Walt Disney himself. A few years ago, security cameras at the park allegedly caught one of these ghosts walking around at night. The quality of the video is not great, but you can clearly see there is something there that should not be. Take a ...

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Iraq’s Army Has Shot Down Two British Planes As They Were Carrying Weapons For The ISIS

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraq’s army has shot down two British planes as they were carrying weapons for the ISIL terrorists in Al-Anbar province, a senior lawmaker disclosed on Monday. “The Iraqi Parliament’s National Security and Defense Committee has access to the photos of both planes that are British and have crashed while they were carrying weapons for the ISIL,” Head of the committee Hakem al-Zameli said, accord ...

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