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Independent Journalist Eva Bartlett on Venezuela

In Gaza


Published on May 12, 2019

“Interview with independent journalist Eva Bartlett who recently returned from reporting on the ground in Venezuela. Eva discusses the recent sabotage on Venezuela’s national electricity and the deceptive corporate media.”

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La causa de corrupción contra Lenin Moreno que Wikileaks expuso y terminó con la detención de Assange

Tomado de KontraInfo

Más allá de que EEUU venía impulsando la detención del fundador de Wikileaks, Julian Assange, lo que aceleró la decisión del presidente ecuatoriano Lenin Moreno para quitarle el asilo diplomático fue la revelación de los “INA Papers”, la cuenta offshore en Panamá de la familia presidencial:

INA Investment
Balboa Bank Panamá.

En la trama de corrupción que rodea a dicha cuenta están involucrados además del presidente: su hermano, Edwin Moreno; su esposa, Rocío Gonzáles; sus hias, Irina, Cristina y Karina Moreno; el empresario Conto Patiño, su

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US plan to prevent fall of last terrorist nest in Syria, no concern for civilians


US plan to prevent fall of last terrorist nest in Syria, no concern for civilians – Russian UN envoy

Washington and its allies pursue their geopolitical interests under the guise of humanitarian concerns as they apparently try to prevent the destruction of the last terrorist enclave in Syria, the Russian envoy to the UN said.

The US and its allies have done virtually nothing to contribute to the real peace process in Idlib, the Russian ambassador to the UN, Vassily Nebenzia said, adding that the US particularly did not deliver on its promise to separate the “moderate opposition” groups from the terrorist organizations.

“Instead, [they] are hatching yet another aggressive plan, which includes false flag attacks involving the use of chemical weapons,” the envoy said.

The Western states apparently “go out of their way to prevent the fall of…

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Blessed Mary, Ever-Virgin

The Catholic Thinker

Many Protestants, in an unhistorical and unbiblical manner, try to prove that Mary, the Mother of God, had other children after Jesus. This argument is most certainly unhistorical, as the Early Christians (otherwise known as first Catholics), believed the same doctrine as the Roman Catholic Church of today does: that Mary was perpetually a virgin, and Jesus Christ was her only child.

The  Protoevangelium of James, a document written what is to be considered roughly 60 years after the conclusion of Mary’s earthly life, near 120 AD, contends for Mary’s virginity. From reading the Protoevangelium, one can conclude that it was believed that Mary had professed a vow of virginity.

“And Annas the scribe came to him [Joseph] . . . and saw that Mary was with child. And he ran away to the priest and said to him, ‘Joseph, whom you did vouch for, has committed…

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The Dark Ages: A Historical Misnomer

The Catholic Thinker

The time in history between the collapse of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance (usually interpreted as the period between the 5th and 15th century) is referred to by many as the “Dark” Ages. This period of time is often thought to be an age of ignorance in Europe, a time only ended by the “enlightenment” of the Italian Renaissance. The Renaissance, the praised period of progress and free-thinking, is viewed to be far superior to the time of the Dark Ages.

The people of the Dark Ages are treated as if they were cave men; slow minded and stupid. The time period is thought to be a period of intense ignorance and utter gloom. It was only after the era of the Renaissance that man’s eyes were opened, and he was enlightened. The point that I wish to make is that the “Dark” Ages were not as dark as…

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