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In 1998, a study conducted by Andrew Wakefield, a former British surgeon and researcher, and his colleagues was published in The Lancet. According to the conclusions of the study, there was a direct connection between the MMR vaccine and autism. However, a new examination of the data reveals that Wakefield may have altered some of the information used in his study to reach his conclusion.

As if news of the restoration of the Soviet Union through the new Customs Union was not alarming enough on its own, Britain's Telegraph recently reported that Russia’s “domestic FSB security service is trying to subsume the SVR foreign intelligence service in order to recreate a latter day KGB in all but name.” 

Only a few weeks after the European Commission expressed “significant concerns” over the compulsory fingerprinting of British students, the Daily Express is reporting that a quarter of all schoolchildren in Scotland are being tracked throughout their daily activities by means of biometric identification.

Belgian flag"Bigger is better in government" — that is the mantra of collectivists. History books they write warn of the danger of nations dividing into several smaller countries. So, if South Carolina had seceded from the Union, our whole nation — we are told — would have fractured into a number of mini-nations.

Jakob ScharfThe chickens of multiculturalism, diversity, and open borders have returned home to roost in Denmark, that land of open-mindedness on just about everything.

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