ABC News - Australia
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The Event Chronicle
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As mentioned earlier, besides being perceived as a threat to the advancement of the new world order agenda for having certain qualities or alternative views, getting labeled as a ‘heretic..,’ there are other reasons for targeting. This includes, being chosen as an experimental R & D subject, or for social engineering purposes, or to stop you manifesting a particular outcome from, for example, something you’re specialized in which T.H.E.Y (The Hierarchy Enslaving You) dont want others to know about, or for eugenics purposes (are T.H.E.Y trying to get rid of good humanitarian people?)… The effects may be used for psyops. For instance, a targeted individual may be made to hearAllah’s voice in his head,’ telling him to go on a shooting rampageThen there’s the mind control technology’s potential for inducing racial hatred or for the use of sexual exploitation… -As you can imagine the list of the technology’s manipulative capabilities is long.
Sky News
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BBC News 24
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keywords: anger, anger at the elite, rejection of them a fear of the future and of the other and a strong element of nostalgia for a France that no longer exists. That was much less diverse. You were telling me that for all the policies that have been discussed in this campaign. You still believe Europe with the central core issue?.
Derby Telegraph
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The parents of loving and happy 19-year-old George Newall have spoken for the first time of their pain at him taking his own life which they never expected to happen in a million years.Elaine Newall and husband Blane are now urging anybody with similar thoughts to get help, telling them: There is help and support out there if you need it.The couple, who have another son Jack, 24, have spoken out on the anniversary of the huge Derby County fan's death which...
Sky News
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embrace other people's religions and accept people's face for what they are. I wouldn't accept anybody telling me I couldn't we cross. -- were a cross. I don't think we should impose ourselves on other people's faiths. I.
Mondoweiss
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Vanessa Bayer is Jewish and knows the territory. The Forward found the Vanessa Bayer sketch delightful though it didn't mention the Israel bit. Here is Bayer telling Rolling Stone about that character four years ago . The town I grew up in was at least fifty percent Jewish, so every weekend in the 7th grade, we went to Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. It's kind of based on that... When I started doing standup in college, I just started doing that character. My first year on the show, one of the writers wrote me into a sketch where I played a Bar Mitzvah boy and I got to do it, which was so cool. . . but the whole thing started in my standup. I felt like I had seen that boy so much, and it's so fun to play that little awkward boy who likes to tell dad-style jokes. It's one of my favorite characters. It just seems very familiar. It's so funny that a little boy that age has to be so formal for an entire weekend.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Gold Coast man Gable Tostee hit back at critics on Facebook who called him a 'murderer', telling them the 'the only thing I murder is p***y.'
Sky News
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spectrum for more debate on face veils and their place in British public life. We should embrace of the people religions and accept peoples favourites for what they are. I would not accept anybody telling me that I could not wear a cross
Sky News
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imprisoned. Because I'm being stopped from doing what my religion is telling me to do. The full face veil, seen by some Muslims as a requirement of their faith, is viewed by others as a political.
TYT YouTube
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Gold Coast man Gable Tostee hit back at critics on Facebook who called him a 'murderer', telling them the 'the only thing I murder is p***y.'
BBC Two England
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Certainly not be telling safety shot from Guodong
BBC Two England
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wasn't going to try that again. Certainly not be telling.
BBC News 24
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Despite being covered in layers of hashish from Ali's factory, we headed straight to the police office. I wanted to know how Ali could be so open about this without getting into trouble with the authorities. A lot of people I'm speaking to here keep telling me the police.
BBC Two England
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Leads to put a telling safety and that wasn't quite good enough. Watch the difference between the safety shots
BBC News 24
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for me came around the 22 mile mark. How it felt really is that you're just talking to yourself, you telling yourself to keep going, keep moving, don't stop. telling yourself to keep going, keep moving, don't stop. I could sense but I was reducing.
BBC News 24
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emotion on the finish line, because it is a test of endurance. David Wear, the winner of the wheelchair event, a record seventh win for him and he was telling the earlier how he felt after his race. I've been waiting.
Sky News
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Is that what the people in the queue are telling you? Is it about Brexit? Dream much so. That is one of the reasons they say they came out here. Remember that in 2013, Boris Johnson declared he was made of.
BBC News 24
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But that only increases the sense of adventure when you set out on a trip like this. Knowing your guide will have to use all of his skills and training to spot what you've come to see. It's like looking for a needle in a haystack. Tino was just telling me that we're looking out.
BBC Two England
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pot because it is one of those situations, I do not see a safety here. Fair play to him, he did. And that could be a telling one. He has got the snooker
Politico
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Other risk-taking businessmen might periodically cop to falling short while pivoting to what’s next. Not Trump. He has dealt with his roster of losses largely by refusing to acknowledge them as anything other than wins. More than a belief in the power of positive thinking or the casual audacity of a tireless salesman, Trump has perfected a narrative style in which he doesnt merely obscure reality—he tries to change it with pronouncements that act like blaring, garish roadside billboards. Unrelenting in telling his own story, he has defined himself as a success no matter what—by talking the loudest and the longest, and by insisting on having the first word and also the last. And it’s worked. Again and again, throughout his adult life, Trump in essence has managed to succeed without actually succeeding. This, not his much-crowed-about deal-making prowess, is Trump’s most singular skill, I’ve heard in more than a dozen recent interviews.
Politico
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But two people close to the administration say that White House staffers do much of their lying for sport, rather than to further any larger agenda. “They all lie,” said a conservative journalist with close ties to the West Wing, who described an informal contest to smuggle the biggest whoppers into print. “It’s a game to them.” A conservative activist close to the administration said a member of the White House communications team recently divulged the same to him over drinks. According to the activist, the staffer described the attitude inside the press shop toward lying to reporters as: “They’ll print what they want anyways, so we may as well have fun.” All of this has combined to make the press office useless in the eyes of much of the press. “I dont trust anything I’m told by a comms person,” said one correspondent. “If they’re telling me something’s wrong, I’m going to keep checking.
BBC One London
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powerful in distance running. One of the advisers to Mo Farah was telling me there is nobody, no athlete he has ever worked with who has got the engine as he calls.