Wednesday, November 13, 2019

May Day rallies descend into violence clashes with police

PARIS - Groups of hooded, black-clad protesters threw rocks and other objects at police officers, smashed up vehicles, and set fires as the annual May Day rallies in the French capital quickly took a violent turn on Wednesday. (Fox News)

Venezuela’s Guaido call for military uprising

The power struggle between embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition met its most bold action on Tuesday when Juan Guaido called for a military uprising to oust the socialist leader. (Fox News)

Redacted Mueller report released

WASHINGTON - The long-awaited Mueller Report was released for online download Thursday morning by the federal Department of Justice. (New York Post)

Rachel Notley, the Rockefellers and Alberta’s landlocked oil

Alberta is in the final days before an election and the backbone industry of its economy is practically broken because all pipeline projects out of the province have been stalled or ended. This didn’t happen for no reason. This was planned and is precisely what a Rockefeller Brothers Fund campaign was funded to bring about. (Financial Post)

KNIGHT: Scheer not chilled by threatened lawsuit

Threatening a libel lawsuit is often called ‘libel chill.’ By design it is intended to shut someone up who is being critical. On March 29, 2019, after the explosive recording and related documentation from former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould was released, the Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition released a press statement concerning the Prime Minister’s handling and involvement in what has become known as the SNC-Lavalin scandal or more colloquially on social media as #lavscam. (True North)

Upskirting now a crime in UK after woman’s campaign

Upskirting is now a criminal offence in England and Wales after a campaign by a woman targeted at a music festival. Offenders will face up to two years in prison for taking an image or video under somebody's clothing in order to see their genitals or underwear. (BBC)

Julian Assange dragged from embassy and arrested

LONDON - Police in London say they’ve arrestedWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorean embassy on a court warrant dating back to 2012. In a statement Thursday, police said Assange has been taken into “custody at a central London police station where he will remain, before being presented before Westminster Magistrates’ Court as soon as is possible.” (National Post)
  • Read the indictment here
  • Desperate Venezuelans looting cemeteries, rotten corpses for jewelry

    Desperate Venezuelans, a BBC report revealed Sunday, have begun targeting cemeteries for potential income, stealing everything from jewelry to bones that they can then sell on for a profit. (Breitbart News)

    Trudeau threatens Scheer with lawsuit over SNC-Lavelin comments

    Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has received a lawsuit threat from the prime minister regarding comments he made about the SNC-Lavalin affair.  Scheer says he received a letter from Justin Trudeau's lawyer on March 31. (CBC)
  • Full legal document
  • The one and only person to blame for the SNC-Lavelin scandal

    The Liberals and their surrogates would like you to know they’re sick and tired of the  media’s continued scrutiny of SNC-Lavalin, a.k.a. the great vampire squid wrapped around the face of Justin Trudeau’s government. (MacLeans)