Families of Iraqi soldiers abducted by ISIS storm parliament – reports

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Desperate and grieving relatives of Iraqi soldiers abducted by the Islamic State in Tikirt in June burst into Baghdad’s parliament. Over 100, some armed with metal bars and stones, demanded answers to what has happened to their loved ones.
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Monsanto Sues Farmers for 16 Straight Years over GMOs, NEVER Loses

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Source: Natural Society, by Christina Sarich

Where is the justice? Since 1997, Monsanto has filed 145 lawsuits, or on average about 9 lawsuits every year for 16 straight years, against farmers who have “improperly reused their patented seeds.”

The biotech giant hasn’t lost a single case, either. Not one. This includes when farmers tried to sue Monsanto over cross-pollination of their organic crops with GMO seed. For example, a federal court dismissed one of those cases, saying that it couldn’t protect Monsanto against unfair lawsuits should they side in the farmers’ favor.

What about unfair business practices? What about 92% of people saying they want their food labeled if it contains genetically modified ingredients? What about the right of farmers to grow food from seed that hasn’t been altered to turn it into a DNA freak show?

The lawsuit representing over 300,000 farmers who wanted the right to grow organic food was also dismissed on the grounds…

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The Memories From One act of Kindness can Last a Lifetime

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:

The Memories From One act of Kindness can Last a Lifetime

by Douglas Evans


Over 30 years have passed, since this particular act of Kindness was shown towards me, yet I can still clearly remember what happened and I remain deeply thankful to the person who helped the little boy that I once was.

I was an eight year old school boy, a bright but shy and skinny lad with not much confidence at all. The opposite of me was Frank (not his real name) who was an over-confident 8-year old lad with piercing blue eyes that didn’t seem to blink as often as they should. He was a bit ‘starey’, ya know? Sort of Starey-scarey. I knew that some of my friends were frightened of him. He swore sometimes, even had sworn at a teacher once, and had been escorted out of class many times for being a nuisance…

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IRAQ: ‘ Islamic State Militants Carried-Out Atrocities of ‘Unimaginable Scale ‘ and Should be Constituted as War Crimes’

Originally posted on Ace News Services 2014:

#AceNewsServices (Exclusive) – IRAQ (Baghdad) – September 02 – Twelve people have been killed and 41 others were injured after two cars exploded in Iraq’s capital Baghdad, local media reported. Though this is just the tip of the iceberg and as recent reports confirm they numbers killed, maimed and sexually abused or displaced are growing daily.

A militant Islamist fighter gestures as he takes part in a military parade along the streets of Syria's northern Raqqa province (Reuters)

A militant Islamist fighter gestures as he takes part in a military parade along the streets of Syria’s northern Raqqa province (Reuters)

The blasts took place five minutes apart in the south-western part of the city. Both vehicles used in the bombing were parked at the intersection of 20th and 30th streets in the al-Amil area.

The number of victims could rise, radio station Shafak FM cited a police spokesperson as saying. Iraq has been fighting off the attacks of Islamic State (IS), Sunni extremist group, since June.

The group has gained control over…

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Celebrity defends sex with drugged victim. Says it is not rape if they do not remember it

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Cee-Lo says it does not count as rape if they are drugged and can not remember what happened

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QuickTrip Mart Will Not Re-Build in Ferguson

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Well, the fools who destroyed their own neighborhood during riots in Ferguson, Missouri after a teenager was killed by a police officer there have made their own neighborhood into a lesser place. The one convenience store and gas station they had in their area, the one burned down, will not be rebuilt.

The QuickTrip, the famed convenience store that “gentle giant” Michael Brown robbed moments before he was confronted by a Ferguson police officer, was burned to the ground by rioters two weeks ago.

It was the only convenience store in the area. But now, Gateway Pundit reports that the company says it will not bother to rebuild the store.

The company sent gasoline tankers to the site to pump out all the gas in the underground holding tanks and have said it will tear the store down leaving an empty lot.

They say the store was barely breaking even…

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NATO’s Options in Ukraine. Propaganda Retrenchment Before “Aggressive Military Aid” Directed against Russia

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After provoking what is increasingly a devastating and expanding conflict in Ukraine, NATO appears to be out of options as its proxy regime loses its grip on both its military campaign against its own population in eastern Ukraine, as well?

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