Posts Tagged ‘years’

Lonely dog that has been in a shelter for almost 8 years begs someone to give her a “second chance”

Each human being has its own fate that determines how things in their life will develop. The same goes for animals. And as many of them are lucky enough to end up with loving families, others experience days of solitude. Ginger, a Labrador retriever mix located in Lake of the Ozarks in Osage Beach, Missouri, […]

Man Wants His Dogs of 10 Years to Be Euthanized Because of His Girlfriend

It is a well known fact that dogs are the only animals who love their humans more than they love themselves. Waiting for the owners at the front door to get back home, wagging their tails whenever they see them, and treating them with bunch of licks are just few of the things that make […]

Touching Moment Rescued Dog Reunites With Her Siblings Whom She Hasn’t Seen for Four Years

Most puppies who are part of the same litter only get to spend the first eight weeks of their life together. Once they reach that age, they are usually given up for adoption and head to different families. That was the case with a lovely female dog named Samo and her siblings. She was taken […]

After 60 years, Canada’s leading Jewish newspaper to close amid coronavirus crisis

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What Is Humanity Capable Of? This Man Got 152 Million Mangrove Trees Planted In 10 Years

The Facts: In the latest White House press conference regarding the novel coronavirus, President Trump and his team predicted that, with the current data available, between 100,000 and 200,000 may die from Coronavirus. Reflect On: Are we doing the right thing here? How accurate is the date, do we have enough data? Why haven’t we […]

The Military Knew Years Ago That a Coronavirus Was Coming

Despite President Trump’s repeated assertions that the Covid-19 epidemic was “unforeseen” and “came out of nowhere,” the Pentagon was well aware of not just the threat of a novel influenza, but even anticipated the consequent scarcity of ventilators, face masks, and hospital beds, according to a 2017 Pentagon plan obtained by The Nation. […]

For 40 years I watched ‘rampant fraud’ on Wall Street destroy capitalism, Covid-19 nailed its coffin shut

Last week, I spoke with a young stock trader currently working on Wall Street. I remember saying: “The last time I remember seeing volatility like this in markets, my 40-year Wall Street career flashed in front of my eyes. I was like a deer in the headlights.” Thirty seconds of silence followed before I added: […]

Dutch Jew who rescued 100s in Vichy France finally recognized — 80 years later

LONDON — In August 1942, as the Nazis’ net grew ever tighter around the Jews of Vichy France, a Dutch diplomat walked into Lyon’s Palais de Justice and successfully demanded the release of 118 prisoners being held there. The following day, the same Dutchman, Sally Noach, appeared at the Stade des Iris on the outskirts […]

Arizona Man Receives 25-Years Prison Sentence for Killing On-Duty K9 Officer Bane

Police officers are those people who care for our safety on a daily basis and are the first to respond when we find ourselves in trouble. This is true for the K9 officers, too. Bane was one of those dogs who dedicate their life serving humans. Officers who had the pleasure to work with him […]

Gaza families suffer under 13+ years of Israeli imposed ‘quarantine’

Palestinian mother and children in Gaza, February 2001, during an Israeli closure. (Photo by Alison Weir) While many Americans are inconvenienced, or in some cases suffering under coronavirus quarantining orders and isolation, the people of Gaza have suffered far longer under an Israeli-imposed quarantine that has caused malnutrition and growth stunting in children, deep poverty, […]

One Month. 20 Years. Same Story

Submitted by Nicholas Colas of DataTrek Research Three points today, 2 focused on the short term and 1 very, very long term: #1: An update on our “buy the 5% down days” strategy and what it says about the comparison of 2020’s COVID-19 Crisis to 2008’s Financial Crisis in terms of stock market performance: When […]

UK: Black Gets 15 Years for Dragging Woman Down Staircase and Attempting to Rape Her

Charles Martel Daily Stormer March 26, 2020 Sean Manning Common sense dictates that real rape would involve at least some violent dragging. Isn’t it strange that white “rapists” never seem to do that? MyLondon: A “dangerous” man who tried to rape a woman he had met in a pub after she refused […]

Two Hundred and Thirty Years of Rights and Liberties Shredded: Why I Oppose The Lockdown

Op-Ed by Brandon Turbeville Although it was nearly twenty years ago, I can remember 9/11 like it was yesterday. I remember the shock of hearing about the planes crashing into towers, at first believing it was a tragic accident and quickly learning it to be otherwise. I remember being told that 19 hijackers, part of […]

21 Years Since the Beginning of NATO Aggression against Yugoslavia

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Before the coronavirus, I hadn’t gone to synagogue in years. Now I’m more Jewishly connected than ever.

CREEDMOOR, N.C. (JTA) — “Are you going to the singing thing?” my camp friend texts me. It’s 11:58 a.m., I’m working, and she’s 543 miles away. The song session begins at noon. “Coming soon,” I respond. I get there before she does, the music just beginning when I arrive. The energy is welcoming and joyous, […]

21 Years Ago, Remembering the 1999 NATO led War on Yugoslavia: Kosovo “Freedom Fighters” Financed by Organized Crime

Twenty-one years ago, March 24th 1999, marks the commencement of NATO’s  aerial bombardment of Yugoslavia. The bombings which lasted for almost three months, were followed by the military invasion (under a bogus UN mandate) and illegal occupation of  the province of Kosovo. The following article was written and published in April 1999. Michel Chossudovsky, March 21, […]

Vietnam War Started 55 Years Ago: Neoliberalism and “The Vietnam Model”. Who Won the Vietnam War?

Fifty five years ago, March 8 1965 marks the commencement of the Vietnam war. April 1975 marks the official end of the Vietnam War.  Yet today, almost 44 year later Vietnam is an impoverished country.  The Hanoi government is a US proxy regime. Vietnam has become a new cheap labor frontier of the global economy. Neoliberalism […]

Owner Thought Dog Died Two Years Ago but Rescuers Found Her Living All Alone in the Mountains

A terrified dog was spotted wandering in a neighborhood placed near the mountains. Locals called animal services who tried to get near the dog but to no avail. That’s when they decided to ask the skillful volunteers from Hope For Paws to help them reach for the dog. Thankfully, they were more successful, and after […]

"We Can Sh*t For 10 Years" – Dutch PM Mocks Toilet-Paper Shortage Rumors

With concerns rising in the Western world that toilet paper shortages have developed due to panic hoarding among consumers amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the prime minister in the Netherlands has reassured a fellow citizen that the country has at least a decade worth of the fluffy stuff, reported RT News. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte was […]

LEGO Bricks Can Survive in Oceans for 1,300 Years, Study Shows

Jordan Davidson, EcoWatch Waking Times The Danish building block toy LEGO has sprouted an empire of amusement park like stores, movies, and reality TV competitions premised on building complicated characters, vehicles and settings from inter-locking pieces of plastic. Unfortunately, all that plastic will be with us for a long, long time, according to a new study […]

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