During his interview of the 14th July on TF1 and France2, President François Hollande denied that Israël possesses the atomic bomb. But the Hebrew state has between 80 and 400 nuclear war-heads, and has already used neutron bombs against civilian populations. Is Mr. Hollande ignorant, to the point where he should be judged inapt to assume the responsibilities of Head of the Armed Forces and the strike force, or simply using bad faith in contempt of his fellow citizens ?
On the 20th May 2015, Israël, which participates in the Common Arab Force, dropped a neutron bomb in Yemen. This type of tactical nuclear weapon kills living creatures without damaging the infrastructures.
The traditional interview of the President of the French Republic on the 14th July, the date of the national celebrations, was this year the occasion for François Hollande…
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Why Republicans Should Be Afraid to Debate Donald Trump
Yahoo ^ | Ken Tucker
Posted on 7/25/2015, 9:50:41 PM by Mariner
The first Republican debate takes place Aug. 6. The candidates are busy conducting mock debates, rehearsing ways to get their messages across, and studying their opponents for signs of weaknesses, preparing little zingers that will enable them to score points and distinguish them from the herd.
Silly candidates: They should be studying tapes of The Apprentice.
If they don’t, they may end up steamrolled by the chairman of Trump Organization. No one is going to be “fired” by Donald Trump on Aug. 6, but many will be singed — they will feel the flames of his forest-fire fury. “Do not try to match him in anger and aggressiveness,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich advised the GOP candidates in an interview with the Associated Press. “It’s not possible.”
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When Bill Gates, along with Paul Allen, began a little tech venture called “Microsoft” in a garage in 1975, he couldn’t possibly have imagined that the company would grow into the largest personal computer company and most widely used PC operating system on the planet.
Or make him the richest man in the known galaxy.
But all of that happened, of course, and for the last two decades Gates, through his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, have been involved in socially engineering the world to be a place they want to mold in an image they have devised.
A huge blaze broke out at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas in the rooftop pool area. One person has reportedly been hospitalized with smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire is not yet known.
Two people were injured and hundreds of others were forced to flee after a fire broke out (inset) at a luxury hotel in Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon. The blaze started at an outside pool area on the rooftop of The Cosmopolitan and quickly spread, setting pool cabanas and trees alight. As large plumes of black smoke billowed into the sky (left and right), hundreds of terrified guests fled down 14 floors and firefighters rushed to the scene. One person injured in the blaze was taken to hospital.
A motorcycle able to travel up to 500 kilometres (310 miles) on a litre of water was trumpeted by creator Ricardo Azevedo in Sao Paulo.
I served as a Marine infantryman in Vietnam during 1969 and 1970. I managed to catch malaria, get hit by a handful of scrap metal and gain a permanent distrust for the US government, one that had been festering in me after the killings of John and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King. Author of this Article: Gordon Duff
Little did I know then that the lessons I learned, the cynicism proven so correct, nearly a half century of entropy, America the slowly rotting corpse we see today, those signs were there then for any to see.
Forth three years later, the Vietnam War continues to define America, not through the accomplishments of war veterans instilled with courage and leadership gained through surviving a brutal struggle but quite the opposite.
Vietnam was a great evil. If genocide on such shallow pretense could be perpetrated there, why not anywhere or everywhere? All that was needed was to instill, not just obedience, that would be easy.
What kind of nation would elect, again and again, criminals and degenerates to high office, each designated the “leader of the free world?”
The flotsam and jetsam of the Vietnam War, the short-lived “Age of Aquarius” and the national descent into someone no one has been able to adequately describe, are enjoying their waning days.
Vietnam is still important, the war at least, but few understand why.
Within the first five years of the “end of the war,” 50,000 veterans had already died. Survival rates for amputees was low, thousands died of infection and neglect in filthy veterans hospitals.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or so it is called today, was unimagined, unthought-of and, most certainly, undiagnosed and untreated. It ravaged a generation, filling prisons, destroying families and infecting generations to come.
Nearly a million more veterans would die of exposure to Agent Orange, a defoliant still devastating Vietnam decades later.