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Turks leger begint militaire operatie tegen Grieken Turks.nl Redactie 15 februari 2018 1 min read 1.3K

Zionistische Tereur

Verdrijving in slow motion De documentaire ‘Sumoud’ laat zien hoe Israël het bestaan van een bedoeïenenfamilie in de Palestijnse Jordaanvallei ondermijnt, met de bedoeling dat zij vroeg of laat vertrekt. Sumoud, de hoofdrolspeelster uit de gelijknamige documentaire.Al-Haq De Palestijnse mensenrechtenorganisatie Al-Haq heeft een korte documentaire uitgebracht over een Palestijnse bedoeïenenfamilie in Al-Hadidya, een dorp in de noordelijke Jordaanvallei. Dit gebied is een van de plaatsen op de bezette Westelijke Jordaanoever waar Israël probeert de lokale bedoeïenengemeenschappen het leven dermate onmogelijk te maken dat ze vertrekken. Standvastig De documentaire laat zien wat de dagelijkse gevolgen van die politiek zijn voor de familie Bisharet, die al generaties in het gebied woont en leeft van de landbouw en het hoeden van vee. De film is genoemd naar Sumoud, de jongste dochter van de familie. Sumoud (gewoonlijk geschreven als Sumud) is het Arabische woord voor ‘standvastigheid’. Het…

A Good Day on Wall Street Is a Bad Day for Most American

FEB 16, 2018
TD ORIGINALS A Good Day on Wall Street Is a Bad Day for Most Americans
The stock market recently had one of its worst single-day plunges in history: 1,600 points at one point. All the corporate media heads ran around telling you everything will be OK and not to panic because your bichon frisé puppy still will be able to afford his mani-pedi. But the mainstream media are careful to avoid telling you the censored side of this story. They’re not telling you that we have an economy that, at its core, is based on death, misery and hardship. It’s not based on health and happiness and life. When it’s humming along, that means our obliteration of the planet is running full steam ahead, and average workers are being appropriately repressed and held down, hoping to collect enough food stamps to papier-mâché a cast on their broken arm. In fact, The Washington Post admitted it this week—but acted surprised when they said it: “Many analysts pointed to a seemingly unusual cause for the …

Investors withdrew $6.3 billion from U.S. junk bond funds

REPORT: Investors withdrew $6.3 billion from U.S. junk bond fundsFebruary 16, 2018 By Leave a Comment How did your stock portfolio and mutual funds fare during last week’s volatile sessions? It was a roller coaster ride, and it is likely just a glimpse into the near future. But it was so bad that a particular market took quite the beating: junk bonds. According to Bloomberg, investors sold $6.3 billion from U.S. high-yield junk bond funds, which is the second-largest amount in history – the biggest, $7.06 billion, occurred in August 2014. In total, it was the fifth straight week of outflows, as more than $15 billion worth of junk bonds have been withdrawn. This represents the longest consecutive period, and it could be a sign of things to come. It was also reported that U.S. government mortgage funds posted outflows of $182 million, U.S. corporate investment-grade funds experienced outflows of $790 million, and municipal-bond funds witnessed outflows of $443 million. Henr…

Lasting Peace on the Korean Peninsula