Posts Tagged ‘hopeful’

Merkel successor hopeful Armin Laschet apologises for book plagiarism

A politician hoping to replace Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel late this year has apologised for committing plagiarism in a 2009 book. Armin Laschet, the CDU nominee to succeed Merkel, admitted that he failed to credit a source in his book about immigration. “There are obviously mistakes for which I bear responsibility … I would like […]

Carter Says He’s Finally Hopeful That He Won’t Be Worst Presidential Failure In His Lifetime

Carter Says He’s Finally Hopeful That He Won’t Be Worst Presidential Failure In His Lifetime PLAINS, GA—In a rare interview with the media from his tiny dollhouse living room, former president Jimmy Carter expressed hope that he will no longer be considered the worst presidential failure in his lifetime.  “I’ve been seen as one of […]

Israel Could Be a ‘Superpower of Goodness,’ Says Presidential Hopeful Yosef Abramowitz

(The Media Line) Yosef Israel Abramowitz, 56, an American immigrant to Israel and well-known environmentalist, announced last week that he will run for the position of president of Israel. A graduate of Boston University in Jewish public policy and a Wexner graduate fellow at the Columbia Journalism School, Abramowitz has been a pivotal player in […]

Nicaragua: Scary Covid Projections Are More Newsworthy Than Hopeful Results

Above photo: Guardian Nicaragua poster. One year ago, as both the Trump administration in the US and the Johnson government in the UK responded fitfully to the growing pandemic, the international media were looking for whipping boys: other countries whose response to the virus was even worse. There were some cases of obvious neglect—Brazil was […]

Holy Sepulchre Church Opens on Palm Sunday as Latin Patriarch Says ‘We Feel More Hopeful’

Christian worshippers hold palm fronds during a Palm Sunday procession in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem’s Old City March 28, 2021. Photo: REUTERS/Ammar Awad In scenes very different from last year, Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre was open to the public on Palm Sunday, allowing Christians to attend mass at the […]

Olympic Surfing Hopeful Katherine Diaz, 22, Killed By Lightning At Training Session

Olympic surfing hopeful Katherine Diaz was killed by lightning near her El Salvador home at a training session for a qualifying contest. The 22-year-old athlete was struck at El Tunco beach about an hour south of San Salvador on Friday, and efforts to revive her failed.  Her uncle Beto Diaz, a surfing coach, was with […]

Katherine Diaz: Olympic surfer hopeful killed by lightning while getting into sea

Katherine Diaz, a 22-year-old surfer, was struck by lightning shortly after she entered the ocean at El Tunco Beach, around 10 miles (16km) south of the capital San Salvador.  Ms Diaz was preparing for the International Surfing Association (ISA) World Surf Games which are being held in El Salvador in May and would act as […]

Palestinians are hopeful about Biden, but know they won’t top his agenda

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A Most Hopeful Korean Summit With Little Chance Of Final Success

A Most Hopeful Korean Summit With Little Chance Of Final Success Above Photo: From At widely observed meeting today the leaders of North and South Korea took a step towards a peace agreement and maybe even a reunion of the partitioned country. We have been here before: Leaders of North and South Korea signed a […]

Christmas 2017: Why I’m Hopeful

Christmas 2017: Why I’m Hopeful By Charles Hugh Readers often ask me to post something hopeful, and I understand why: doom-and-gloom gets tiresome. Human beings need hope just as they need oxygen, and the destruction of the Status Quo via over-reach and internal contradictions doesn’t leave much to be happy about. The most hopeful […]

‘Solidarity in Istanbul made Muslims hopeful about Palestine’

“Solidarity in Istanbul summit made the Muslims of the world hopeful about the issue of Palestine,” said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday. The Iranian president made the remarks during his meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the OIC extraordinary summit in Istanbul of Turkey. The Iranian top executive also […]

Emmanuel Macron banns RT and Sputnik. Is the Presidential hopeful out to kill free speech in France?

Emmanuel Macron has banned popular international media outlets RT and Sputnik from his campaign headquarters and his private events which most media sources are more or less automatically allowed to cover. After Macron’s victory in the first round of the French elections, The Duran asked if a nationwide ban would come to pass […]

Presidential hopeful says will create 5 million jobs

IRNA – Presidential candidate Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf said if he is elected as the next president, he will create five million jobs in his four-year term. Appearing on the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) Channel one television station on Thursday evening, Qalibaf noted that he would pay 2,500,000 rials (almost $67) per month to […]

Makran Petchem facility to produce 26m tons of petrochemicals

Chabahar, Hormuzgan Prov., June 16, IRNA – Director of Makran Petrochemical Complex Jahanbakhsh Jaafari said on Thursday that his facility will produce about 26 million tons of products, about 22 million tons for exports. Jaafari told IRNA that the rest of the output will serve as the feedstock for the petrochemical facilities and the downstream […]

Ex-UN Asst. Sec-Gen: Turkey’s military slaughter of Kurds is a return to autocracy

     The growing international outcry is sending Ankara a clear message to “reconsider” its military quest against the Kurds. It is causing immense civilian suffering and undermines regional security, former UN Assistant Secretary-General Hans Christof von Sponeck told RT. RT: How do you assess the humanitarian situation in the Turkish southeast, where Ankara is carrying […]

"Campaign Against Antisemitism" Demand BBC Caller Exposing Jewish Supremacy Be Identified and Arrested

By John Friend | Editor’s comment: This is an update on the story about the BBC caller who denounced Jewish rule over British society. Now the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” has urged the BBC to hand over details of caller to the police, so he can be identified and arrested. Was his […]

The Paradox of Tolerance: Herbert Marcuse’s Lie

Herbert Marcuse, a “chosen one” Herbert Marcuse, in his essay titled ‘Repressive Tolerance’, advocated the need for revolutionary minorities to subdue and oppress the opinions of those that do not subscribe to the behaviours and customs of these small groups. Minorities are bound together by the left into identifiable groups and are encouraged to […]

Unarmed Man Says Florida Cop Shot Him With Hands Up For No Reason

A man shot by a Florida police officer says he was unarmed and had his hands up when the overzealous cop pulled the trigger. Thirty-six-year-old Michael Gavins was being arrested for a drug charge after he was pulled over by two South Miami cops at a gas station on U.S. Hwy 1 near the University […]

Scott Roberts: White Goy Bleed A Lot

Don’t Make the jews Angry This is a critique of Colin Flaherty’s coverage of black on White crime, while refusing to acknowledge any jewish culpability. Source Article from 00

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