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After Paris, Russia And France Unleash A Puppy Of Diplomacy And The Dogs Of War

November 22, 2015

Russia gives France a puppy As a symbol of young friendship “Cry ‘Havoc,’ and let slip the dogs of war,” Shakespeare wrote in Henry V, a play that glorifies war while slyly questioning it. Following the attacks in Paris and…

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Forget Our GOP-Run Congress, Here Are 10 Ways We Can Help Refugees Right Now

November 20, 2015

It’s no surprise the fear-mongering American Taliban Republican Party has gone to great lengths to use the unfortunate terrorist attacks in Paris to push their Islamophobic, xenophobic agenda. This week, the GOP voted overwhelmingly to suspend America’s acceptance of Syrian refugees into…

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Paris Attacker’s Syrian Passport Is FAKE — That’s Huge Evidence DAESH Want Us To Fear Refugees

November 18, 2015

The passport of a Syrian refugee who passed through immigration in Greece was found near the “pulverized” body of one of the Paris attackers. I discussed these reports on Saturday and analyzed that there was a high probability that this information…

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ISIS Will Cut Your Tongue Off For Calling Them ‘DAESH,’ So We’re Calling Them DAESH (VIDEO)

November 17, 2015

Here at Reverb Press, we have been discussing what exactly to call the group that hails from Iraq and Syria, which attacked Paris on Friday. It has several names, and we want to use the right one for the right…

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The War On Terror Has Dialed Our Notions Of Justice Back About 4,000 Years

November 16, 2015

After the attack on the nightlife of The City of Light, the media immediately turned to the Eiffel Tower as the symbol of Paris, and of solidarity with the French. But there is an equally exquisite building in Paris that…

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Let The Fear Mongering Begin! States Ban Syrian Refugees (TWEETS)

November 16, 2015

8 state governors fear mongering against Syrian refugees and counting. States are rushing to ban Syrian refugees from their borders, in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris. When I went to bed on Sunday night, two governors had…

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Paris Attacker Had Syrian Refugee Passport? Beware Of Psy Ops

November 14, 2015

It’s always wise to be wary of early information in the aftermath of a major tragedy. People are shocked and anxious. The mind becomes susceptible to all kinds of suggestion. It becomes easier in the days that follow a major…

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Paris, Russian Airliner, Beirut Bombings: ISIS Has Declared War On The World

November 13, 2015

French SWAT forces have ended the hostage situation at Bataclan concert hall in Paris, where, reportedly, more than 100 people have been killed. One witness said assailants with AK-47 assault rifles shouted “Allahu akbar” before firing into a crowd. Alleged…

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Burmese Political Prisoner Wins Landslide Victory In First National Democratic Election Since 1960

November 9, 2015

For the first time in over half a century, the people of Myanmar have spoken. Myanmar, the impoverished Southeast Asian nation also known as Burma, has lived under the boot of a repressive military junta since 1960. The most visible…

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22 Years Ago Russian President Ordered A Bloody Coup On Parliament

October 3, 2015

After the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation was facing a rebirth. It had been the center of first the Russian Empire, then the Soviet Union, for over 400 years. Now it had to stand on its own.…

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