“See something, say nothing” seems to be the message of the German government, and they do have ways of making you not talk. This is apparent after the Berlin Police conducted large-scale raids on Wednesday — on Internet users.

The Obama administration has simple demands for the long-suffering people of Colombia and their legitimate government: Do not just negotiate with murderous Marxist narco-terrorists, but surrender to them. Give them full amnesty for everything from mass murder and kidnapping to torture and treason, and then allow them into positions of power. That was the message delivered most recently by Obama's Secretary of State John Kerry in Havana meetings last month amid “peace” talks between Colombian authorities and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army, or “FARC,” as the savage terror group is more commonly known.

June 23. That’s when British voters go to the polls to vote on exiting the EU. A telephone conference transcript reveals talk by IMF insiders about causing a destabilizing “event” tied to the Greek debt problem before that.

A report issued on April 5 by Frontex — the EU’s agency for the “Management of Operational Cooperation at the [EU’s] External Borders” — stated that EU member states reported 1.82 million illegal border crossings, a number that was more than six times the previous record set in 2014.

 

 

After President Obama’s visit to Cuba, hopes are high that the Caribbean nation will see reform and increased freedom for its citizens. Under the Castros, this is not likely.

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