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VICTORY: Hungary Orders The Rothschild Banks To Leave The Country

VIA| Hungary, in 2013, finally kicked out the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from its country. In July it announced its plans to repay the IMF bailout and for it to vacate the Budapest office. By August the same year, the Central European country had indeed arranged early payment of the loan.A kindly worded letter from Gyorgy Matolcsy, the head of Hungary’s Central Bank , asked Managing Director, Christi ...

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Here’s How Texas Deals With Dads Who Deliver Deadly Beatdowns to Child Rapists

VIA| A 23-year-old Texas father didn’t face charges after walking in on a pedophile who was attempting to rape his five-year-old daughter in a small barn and beating him to death in a fit of defensive rage. That’s because Texas state laws authorize the use of deadly force to stop either aggravated sexual assaults or sexual assaults. Not only did the father beat the 47-year-old pedophile, Jesus Flores, to a ...

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These Two Heroes Died To Stop A Suicide Bomber Entering A Mosque

VIA| Two Saudi men gave their lives to stop a suicide bomber from detonating inside a packed mosque earlier today. Witnesses told local press the attacker was dressed in traditional female clothing as a disguise and tried to enter the Mosque by the female entrance, but it was shut. He was barred from entering by Mohammed Hassan Ali bin Isa and Saeed Abdel Jaleel Jumaa al-Arbash, the two young men, who had b ...

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Dubai‚Äôs New ‚ÄėFloating Seahorse‚Äô Homes Are Absolutely Incredible

VIA| In what can only be described as a neighbourhood of secret ocean lairs for James Bond super-villains just off the coast of Dubai, the real estate agency,¬†Kleindienst Group, is constructing a series of lavish floating villas¬†that it has nicknamed ‚Äúfloating seahorses.‚ÄĚ The villas are a part of the company‚Äôs ‚ÄúHeart of Europe‚ÄĚ development, a group of artificial islands modelled after European design and he ...

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Court Rules That NSA Phone Data Collection Is Illegal

VIA| Last week, a federal appeals court ruled that the controversial NSA spy program which collects phone records is actually illegal. This is one of the spy programs that Edward Snowden helped to expose with his series of leaks in 2013. Up until now, the NSA and the US government have maintained that their program was legal under the Patriot Act. However, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan ...

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African Student Gets EPIC Revenge On His Classmate Bullies

It doesn‚Äôt matter where in the world you come from, everybody hates bullies.¬† In this video a young African student is being tormented by some classmates.¬† These wise guys eventually push him too far.¬† As always, it‚Äôs not the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog.   ...

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This Poor Dog Faced Unimaginable Cruelty, But Was Swiftly Rescued By An Amazing Team

Warning: the following story contains graphic images. VIA| Anyone who works with abused animals, like Charleston Animal Society Director of Anti-Cruelty Aldwin Roman, has seen some pretty sickening displays in their time. Yet this case shocked even him. Roman called it "the most malicious case of animal abuse" he'd seen in his entire career. The case is that of Caitlyn, a 15-month-old chocolate staffie mix ...

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FED UP Child Bride Takes Out BRUTAL REVENGE On Pedophile Husband

Murder charges against 15-year-old girl accused of using rat poison to kill a 35-year-old man she was forced to marry are dropped by Nigerian court Prosecutors had sought death penalty for accused Wasila Tasi'u Said it was 'with a heavy heart' they dropped the case against her   Umar Sani, who had two wives, died days after marrying her in Kano state  Human rights campaigners maintained she was victim of ab ...

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Hundreds Of Economists Agree Marijuana Legalization Could Save Us Taxpayers $13.7 Billion Per Year

VIA| Marijuana prohibition currently costs taxpayers billions of dollars a year to enforce, and it accomplishes little or nothing beneficial in terms of economic benefits. On the contrary, legalizing marijuana would not only save taxpayers billions of dollars a year in unnecessary costs, but it would also jump start the economy to the tune of $100 billion a year or more, say some economists. In an open lett ...

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Rapist Forces Her Into Bedroom, Rips Her Clothes, Then Flees in Terror After What Happened Next

VIA| Ralph Young, a recently released sex offender, went to his female neighbor’ss apartment to return dishes that he had borrowed, and while there he tried to kiss the woman and she refused. The woman, who knew the 52-year-old Young, told him that she didn’t want to come between him and his wife and tried to evade Young’s advances. Young did not stop and forced the woman into her bedroom, pinned her to the ...

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Native American Tribes Declare Sovereignty, Break Away from State of Maine

(TFC)¬†Augusta, ME¬†‚ÄĒ Due to Governor Paul LePage launching direct political and environmental attacks against the Penobscot,¬†Micmac and Passamaquoddy tribes of Maine, leaders of those tribes have recalled their representatives from the state legislature and are asserting their sovereignty from the State of Maine. ‚ÄúThe Maine Indian Land claims Settlement act has failed and we cannot allow ourselves to continu ...

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