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November 5, 2015

Speech delivered by General Director Christopher Stokes in Kabul, 5 November 2015 regarding of the MSF Hospital in Kunduz

“The view from inside the hospital is that this attack was conducted with a purpose to kill and destroy. But we don’t know why. We don’t have the view from the cockpit, nor what happened within the US and Afghan military chains of command.” MSF has released an internal review of the horrendous attack on our Kunduz hospital, which killed 30 of our patients and staff.
www.kunduz.msf.org

Former MI6 director ‘could be to blame’ for missing child abuse dossier – Labour MP

© Russell Boyce

A Labour MP has called for the reopening of an investigation into a missing dossier that allegedly exposes the names of high-profile pedophiles.

The so-called “Dickens Dossier” was first handed to then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan in 1984 by Conservative MP Geoffrey Dickens.

‘Dossier is intriguing to say the least’

Labour MP John Mann, who claims he has recently seen the document, is calling for the government to reopen an investigation into why it mysteriously vanished after being handed to the Home Office in 1984.

full article at RT

Living Wild

We aim to “live” in the wilderness, rather than “survive” it to get back to civilization.
Our programs focus on re-kindling and applying the practical skills based on ancient knowledge, experiencing the inter-dependency necessary in community living, and nurturing an appreciation for the Earth as a living organism. We do this through intensive hands-on wilderness living skills training, teaching people how to harvest and transform the gifts of nature for everyday needs such as tools, fire, shelter, food…. in a conscientious and sustainable manner, as the ancients did.
link to courses,skills and photographs :Living Wild

The KKK files are being leaked

here are the first of the leaked KKK membership files,names and addresses.

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