A fight erupted in McDonald's after a popular actor was accused of jumping the queue. Federico Bal's fellow customers were distinctly not lovin' it when the popular performer seemed to ignore queuing
East Turkestan, known as the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, is located in northwest China. In the early 20th century, Uighurs used the name East Turkestan as an appellation for the whole of Xinjiang. The Uighur people reject the name Xinjiang since China aims to destroy the historical heritage of the Muslim population by changing the names of cities. Xinjang in Chinese means "gained territories." Therefore, the Uighur people prefer to use East Turkestan to emphasize connection to other westerly Turkic groups.
In 1921, China officially defined Uyghurs, the sedentary Turkic people from Chinese Turkestan, as part of their nation building policy in Central Asia. Multiple rebellions arose against China in the early 1930s throughout the region led by Chinese Muslims. In the Kashgar region on Nov. 12, 1933, Uyghurs declared the short-lived and self-proclaimed East Turkestan Republic. It is home to a number of ethnic groups including the Uighurs, Hans and Kazakhs.
The Uighur people have long suffered from human rights abuses, as 26.3 million people were killed between 1949-1965 and 8.7 million people have been killed since 1965. About 35 million people died because of the Chinese army's oppression or famine. China has applied the one-child policy since 1985. Chinese officials force women who have more than one child to have abortions. Wearing a headscarf in public, including on public transportation and when getting married in a religious ceremony, were banned in 2014, with fines of about TL 960 for wearing a headscarf in public. Radical behaviors are banned. The Chinese define not drinking alcohol, non-smoking and avoiding eating non-halal food as radical behaviors.
Chinese oppression of the Muslims of East Turkestan increases, especially in Ramadan. Public servants are banned from attending Ramadan iftar meals. According to local sources, if Muslims break the rule, they face the risk of loosing their jobs. Officials force Muslim restaurants to remain open all day in Ramadan.
The Chinese arrested Muslim youths for attending a religious ceremony in 1997. Then, some 15,000 East Turkestanis demonstrated to protest China and demanded the release of the arrested Muslim youths in Ghulja.
MATAMOROS, Tamaulipas — Fearing stiffer immigration enforcement in the coming months, approximately half of the Mexican nationals who had traveled through this city on their way to their hometowns claim they will not be returning to the United States, city officials said.
In recent weeks, the Matamoros city government has been preparing logistical and security measures to accommodate not only the returning travelers, but also for a possible increase in deportations, said Matamoros Mayor Jesus “Chuchin” De La Garza.
According to De La Garza, at least 50 percent of the Paisanos who have crossed through the three international bridges in Matamoros have reported to authorities that they will not be returning to the U.S. and plan on seeking jobs in Mexico.
Known in Mexico as Paisanos, every year, groups of legal and illegal immigrants travel through this and other border cities during the holidays on their way to their hometowns. The name Paisano comes from a government program aimed at easing the customs and tax process that the Mexicans face when they travel home. In years past, customs officers, local police and other officials were known for demanding bribes and extorting the travelers.
In preparation for the expected increase in the number of returning locals and deportees, De La Garza has been meeting with Mexico’s Regional Security Team and U.S. law enforcement.
Rep. John Lewis has been forced to admit that Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday will not be the first inauguration of a president he’s missed, contrary to what he told Chuck Todd on “Meet The Press” on Sunday. Rep. Lewis had tried to claim that Friday’s ceremony would be the “first one” he’s missed since he’s “been in Congress”. -- Earlier on Tuesday, Trump called out Rep. Lewis for his slip-of-the-tongue: Donald Trump: John Lewis said about my inauguration, "It will be the first one that I've missed." WRONG (or lie)! He boycotted Bush 43 also because he thought it would be hypocritical to attend Bush's swearing-in....he doesn't believe Bush is the true elected president." Sound familiar! WP ---- Trump wins again.
A man told a reporter he tried to set himself on fire Tuesday night in front of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. to protest President-elect Donald Trump. WRC-TV reporter Shomari Stone posted video to Twitter of his on-scene interview with the man. The man did not apparently succeed in setting himself ablaze as he appeared uninjured. A small fire was seen burning in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the hotel. The man told Stone he is from California and set the fire to protest Trump being a “dictator who’s been elected” and is “incapable of respecting the Constitution of the United States.”
Eight people — five of them children and teenagers — were shot as thousands ran for cover Monday during a festival in Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park in Miami on the day celebrating the civil rights leader's life, authorities said.
Two people were detained for questioning, and two weapons were recovered, Miami-Dade County police said. It wasn't known whether other subjects could be at large, said police, who described the investigation as "very active."
The eight victims were ages 11 to 30, police said. One of them, a 20-year-old man, was in critical condition.
Five others were listed as stable, with their conditions not reported. Two children were treated at the scene for superficial bullet wounds and were sent home with their parents.
Aerial video of the scene showed scores of law enforcement officials among hundreds of people in a North Miami street lined with booths and tents for the festival.
DL Hughley shared his thoughts on Donald Trump on Friday (January 13) night, and the comedian didn't seem too happy about the president-elect's meeting with Steve Harvey on the same day. Hughley told listeners, "If Donald Trump cared about black people, he wouldn't have denigrated the President with claims of birther-ism."
Hughley continued to speak about how he thinks Trump is setting the country back, as he added, "Y'all would rather see black people as comedians, football players, and rappers than the President."
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Tucker Carlson vs Jehmu Greene FULL HEATED Interview. Tucker Carlson takes on Jehmu Greene who is currently in the race to be chairman of the DNC. Tucker Carlson and Jehmu Greene go back and forth on the legitimacy of Donald Trump and the race baiting comments of Symone Sanders on CNN. Jehmu Greene gets stuck when asked by Tucker Carlson about the role of white people in the DNC leadership
New video released by Germany paid for by taxpayers, helps women escape migrants sexual assaults at discos and other bars around the country. It's a sad reality when the way to fight rapes and other sexual assaults in a nation that claims to be profeminist is actually not stopping the people that are raping, but forcing the women out of the building instead.
Model YoYo posted a tearful video wearing an IV drip on her arm after trying to commit suicide and stream it live to Facebook.
Hong Kong model YoYo has been taken to hospital after attempting to take her own life and live stream it to Facebook Live.
CNN analyst Marc Lamont Hill attacked a fellow panelist Monday for his work on Donald Trump‘s National Diversity Coalition, calling him a “mediocre Negro” being manipulated by Trump.
“I love Steve Harvey and I have respect for Steve Harvey and I think his intentions were appropriate, but my disagreement is the way in which he’s being used by folk like Donald Trump,” Hill said.
“They keep bringing up comedians and and actors athletes to represent black interests. It’s demeaning, it’s disrespectful, and it’s condescending,” he continued. “Bring some people up there with expertise Donald Trump, don’t just bring up people to entertain.”
“You weren’t even there…” responded Bruce LeVell, a member of Trump’s diversity team. “Pastor Darryl Scott, Mike Cohen, they are in the process of bringing all types of people from all over the country, from all different backgrounds. Remember the diversity coalition where we reached out to all different types of people?”
“Yeah, it was a bunch of mediocre Negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo-op for Donald Trump’s exploitative campaign against black people. And you are an example of that,” Hill shot back.
Unsurprisingly, the conversation immediately devolved into shouting. “I’m not name-calling,” Hill insisted.
Listen to this award-winning British journalist named Douglas Murray absolutely eviscerate liberals and those attempting to push propaganda to allow Muslim migrants into the nation's of Europe. not only has the continent of Europe and under constant terrorist attacks throughout the past several years due to policies by liberal politicians, but the worst is yet to come as no go zones continue to expand into formerly easy to control areas that have become slums due to the influx of Muslim migrants from both the Middle East as well as Africa.
We’ve heard a lot about “fake news” from those whose master narratives are threatened by alternative sources and analyses. We’ve heard less about the master narratives being threatened: the fomenting of mass hysteria, which turns the populace into an easily manipulated and managed herd, and induced insanity, a longer-term marketing-based narrative that causes the populace to ignore the self-destructive consequences of accepting the fad/ ideology/ mindset being pushed as “good” and “normal.”
In terms of “fake news,” it’s hard to beat the mainstream media and its handlers’ attempts to whip up mass hysteria via unsubstantiated claims that Russian hackers working for Putin deprived Hillary of the presidency. The campaign to spark mass hysteria was launched with great precision, unleashing the overwhelming forces of endless repetition (the marketer’s favorite tool) and appeals to national security authorities: The C.I.A., F.B.I, and all the other security agencies purportedly concur that Russia “hacked” (whatever that means) the U.S. election.
The intent of the campaign was painfully obvious: by wheeling out the big guns of authority without any actual evidence, the campaign’s designers hoped the public would automatically assume the bizarre, outlandish claim must be “true,” even though no evidence was submitted to substantiate this fact-free claim, and respond as planned, i.e. willingly join a mass hysteria herd in favor of discrediting the U.S.election results.
Did the “hackers” change the election results issued by voting machines? Did they “hack” the election totals? Wouldn’t there be tell-tale forensic evidence of such tampering? How else could “hackers” change the election other than by changing votes and vote totals?
Or was the media campaign to generate mass hysteria based on nothing but purposefully vague and unsubstantiated claims of Russia-inspired “fake news” that undermined the election by questioning the mainstream media’s biased coverage of the presidential campaign?
“Fake news” is of course the staple of marketing products that end up killing the unwary consumers who buy the hype. The classic example is the cigarette/ tobacco industry, which ran adverts for decades proclaiming absurdities such as the health benefits of smoking (other than dying a horrible, needless death), the “fact” that doctors preferred one brand of cigarette over the other brands, and so on.
The industry famously went to truly monumental lengths to hide the facts about the destructive consequences of smoking from the public, and aggressively attacked any evidence that smoking was remarkably unhealthy as “unscientific,” i.e. beating back the truth with The Big Lie.
That a form of consumption that killed the consumers was unquestionably accepted not just as “normal” but as cool/hip for decades illustrates the staying power of induced insanity. Mass hysteria eventually wears off, as it overloads the emotional circuitry of the target audience; humans soon become desensitized to the triggers used to generate mass hysteria, and it takes heavier and heavier doses of propaganda to maintain the feverishly herd-inducing hysteria.
Eventually, the populace habituates to the stimulus and becomes exhausted by the hysteria.
Induced Insanity, on the other hand, is not an emotional state–it is a state of mind and a state of perception that filters and interprets inputs to produce the desired output– an acceptance of insanity as “normal” and “good.”
A tailor has confessed to the rape and attempted rape of hundreds of girls as young as seven in India.
Sunil Rastogi, 38, was arrested after CCTV of girls being abducted led police to him in the capital, New Delhi, in northern India.
The father-of-five then admitted targeting around 600 schoolgirls over a 14-year period, with most victims aged seven to ten.
His mode of offending was to tell passing girls that he had packages of clothes to give to their parents, convincing them to follow him to a secluded area to hand them over.
Senior police officer Omvir Singh said: 'The accused told us he used to target girls between seven and ten.
04:56, "I believe that the time has come for us to adopt the secular, rational, scientific approach, and to remove religion from public life and confine it to the private sphere. Every person is free to understand his religion as he sees fit, and he is free to change his religion, to adopt any school of thought or religion, and to spread his ideas in keeping with modern rules of human rights." - Nasser Dashti
European leaders have been left angered and bemused following U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's slamming of the continent's migrant policy. With just three days until Trump officially takes office, former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls - who's running for the presidency in France this year - called the incoming U.S. leader's remarks a "declaration of war".
The BBC's flagship current affairs programme has aired an edition on the alleged financial ties between U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. It also reports on whether Russia played a key role in Trump's election success. Making its assumptions very clear, the BBC called the programme 'The 'Kremlin Candidate'. RT's Ilya Petrenko explains how pulling-in the viewers often means rolling with the rumours.
The battle between logic and illogical, between reason and idiotic gets underway with Judge Jeanine asking her guest, a liberal attorney and talk show host named Coco Soodek, how she could possibly think a document created without questioning the accused or any of the witnesses makes any sense at all.
Coco shows she might be coconuts by answering, “Judge, Senator Feinstein is an American hero. And releasing this report is the best thing we can possibly do because look, there’s obviously controversy about what was done with all of these detainees. And the best thing to do in a democracy, in a representative republic, which is what we’ve got, is to put this information out there and let the people look at it and decide whether it was appropriate or not. And I don’t think it was appropriate. What was done in my name is abysmal.”
Judge Jeanine notes the fact that the DOJ has already investigated it and raises the obvious political timing and the risk to Americans in captivity, asking, “What is that about?”
She says that she doesn’t think that the DOJ is saying there was no crime committed, just that the DOJ didn’t have the political will to pursue it.
Judge Jeanine makes a strong case for the CIA even without pointing out to the liberal that the methods used were approved in advance by the DOJ, as not being torture. The liberal compares our actions to the Nazis of World War ll and repeats the worn out line, “We’re supposed to be better than this.”