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He cofounded a violent terrorist organisation who's policy was to bomb innocent civilians and brutally torture people to death, but dramatically changed his ways in later life, uniting whites and blacks to bring some justice, respect and equality between the two distinctly different races, and tribes. An inspirational figure to many, and hopefully terrorists everywhere will see that it's through kindness and respect that the biggest prizes are won, not through...
Because another undemocratic, authoritarian, power hungry superpower in the world, is not in America's interests.
Everybody's jealous Scotland has been told it'll have to wait to join the EU. Now that's a triumph!
Yes, it should, and America's future depends on it.
So in other words, "The Jews did it!"
Oops, sorry about that! "Militant Islamist rebels in Syria linked to al-Qaeda have asked for "understanding and forgiveness" for cutting off and putting on display the wrong man's head. In a public appearance filmed and posted online, members of Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, one brandishing a knife, held up a bearded head before a crowd in Aleppo. They triumphantly described the execution of what they said was a member of an Iraqi Shia militia fighting for President...
"The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions surveyed 14,000 people in six countries, asking them to grade their own healthcare system from A to F. The standardized results allow comparisons among all six countries.   Canada:  A or B: 46 percent; D or F: 15 percent; spending per person: $3,895   France: A or B: 63 percent; D or F: 12 percent; spending: $3,601   Germany: A or B: 18 percent; D or F: 44 percent; spending: $3,588   Switzerland: A or B: 66 percent; D or F:...
 When it comes to healthcare, it's pure madness to have the main goal being profit. That's where the US has gone so fatally wrong. Some elements work well though, like innovation, entrepreneurship etc, but much of that can still happen even with a nationalised healthcare system. Indeed, Europe's now not that far behind the US, and other countries like China and Brazil, are rapidly developing their markets.
That's another very good reason then to have a nationalised healthcare service like the one in the UK.
If these computer systems are ever attacked and brought down for an extended length of time, then chaos and violence will ensue-   "A couple of Walmarts in Louisiana decided to allow people to shop, even though the system was down and they had no real way of knowing how much credit people had on their cards. The resulting chaos had the store’s shelves in Springhill and Mansfield, LA stripped bare, as food stamp recipients attempted to defraud the grocery stores. When...
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