Monthly Archives: April 2016
Everyone from hippies to several creditable scientists have previously argued that smoking or ingesting the herb can have medicinal benefits.
SUBMITTED BY ACE KNIGHT
FATWA: Cannabis is Halal (Lawful) —Ace Knight
One of the country’s worst military air crashes is linked to Iran/Contra
Robert O’Dowd Global News Centre
(GANDER, Newfoundland) – Arrow Air Flight 1285 was the one of the worst military air crashes in US history, killing 248 troopers from the 101st Airborne Division and 8 crew members on December 12, 1985, at Gander International Airport, Newfoundland. The Arrow DC-8 fully loaded with 45,000 liters of jet fuel took off from Gander and seem to have difficulty gaining altitude, according to witnesses. Witnesses on the highway saw a “bright glow emanating from the aircraft before it struck terrain just short of Gander Lake and crashed… 3,000 feet from the end of the runway.” 
New Research John the Baptist The Black Prophet is rattling the windows of orthodoxy with its assertion that we have gotten the Crucifixion of Jesus all wrong. Everybody knows that Jesus was put on the cross and crucified, right? Well, maybe not, according to Ace Knight.
A Muslim father has failed to persuade a judge to rule his sons should be circumcised.
GLOBAL NEWS CENTRE
HAMMER!!! —Ace Knight
Activist Angela Davis Demands Justice With A Call to Action to Exonerate Ex Black Panther & Cuban Exile Assata Shakur
Global News Centre
Submitted by Ace Knight
Assata Shakur is an activist who rose to prominence with Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army.
By Staci Wilson via FanBread provides Democracy Now broadcast interview translation
This post has been edited by Kai EL’ Zabar
Global News Centre
By Chris Butera
Submitted by Ace Knight
Brooklyn has a new author, and she’s only nine-years old.
On Saturday morning, the Mill Basin Library hosted Anaya Lee Willabus for a book signing of her first published work: “The Day Mohan Found His Confidence.” This book follows young Mohan as he struggles at home and school. He finally discovers that when he has the support of friends and family, he can accomplish many things.
Nobel Peace Prize nominee and “banned Canadian” Rev. Kevin Annett is interviewed by veteran civil rights leader Colia Clark from New York City’s MNN TV. This exclusive March 31 interview features Kevin discussing one of his recently published books “Unrelenting: Between Sodom and Zion” in which he describes his valiant and successful twenty year struggle to expose and prosecute genocide and child murder in Canada by church and state. See also www.murderbydecree.com. To order Unrelenting see www.createspace.com.6052421 . Posted 8 April, 2016.
The FDA approved OxyContin for children using the maker of the killer drug, Purdue Pharma’s own research studies. They did not find it necessary to conduct their own studies.
Marianne Skolek Global News Centre
(MYRTLE BEACH) In the fourteen years I began exposing the criminal activity of the FDA, pharma, pain foundations and physicians funded by pharma, U.S. Senators profiting from pharma, as well as pill mill doctors, I have become more and more frustrated. A few weeks ago, I received a message telling me in no uncertain terms to “back off” and stick to “advocacy”. First, I don’t back down to anyone and I don’t advocate. This country is drowning in advocates as this epidemic claims a generation of our young people — I put out facts and hope people will educate themselves on why this epidemic will only worsen. Here are some examples of why addictions and deaths will increase rather than decrease in the coming years:
Mazin Qumsiye Global News Centre
When we are engaged in planting we feel great. This is because we are
connecting to our core as human beings. We invented agriculture here in the
Fertile Crescent some 12,000 years ago and since then this has entered our
deepest psyche (who does not love to have their own garden). But the joy of
planting is also true whether it is planting seeds for plants via digging
or planting seeds of hope via action or seeds of knowledge via education or
seeds of freedom via resistance or seeds of peace via justice.