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UBER BANNED IN LONDON AFTER SEXUAL ASSAULTS BY MIGRANT DRIVERS SKYROCKET Company has failed to report serious crimes

Uber has been banned in London partly in response to skyrocketing rapes by predominantly migrant drivers which the company did not report to police. According to Transport for London, Uber’s license will not be renewed beyond September 30, with the first reason listed being the company’s “approach to reporting serious criminal offenses.” This includes Uber’s failure to report rising numbers of rapes and sexual assaults by its own drivers. Latest figures show that Uber drivers are now responsible for one sex attack in London every week, with sexual assaults by…

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KIM JONG-UN THREATENS TO TAME ‘MENTALLY DERANGED’ TRUMP WITH ‘FIRE’ “Whatever Trump might have expected, he will face results beyond his expectation”

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has threatened U.S. President Donald Trump with “fire” in response to the president’s speech at the United Nations (U.N.) this week. In a rare, televised speech Friday, Kim labeled the maiden U.N. address as “rude nonsense” and accused Trump of being “mentally deranged” for threatening to destroy North Korea.“The mentally deranged behavior of the U.S. president openly expressing on the UN arena the unethical will to ‘totally destroy’ a sovereign state, beyond the boundary of threats of regime change or overturn of social system, makes…

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TRUMP ORDERS NEW SANCTIONS TARGETING NORTH KOREA “North Korea’s nuclear program is a grave threat to peace and security in our world,” Trump says

U.S. President Donald Trump ordered new sanctions Thursday targeting people and entities tied to North Korea. Trump announced the new actions at the United Nations alongside key administration officials, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.“Today I‘m announcing a new executive order, just signed, that significantly expands our authority to target individual companies, financial institutions, that finance and facilitate trade with North Korea,” Trump told reporters.The executive order, which aims to pressure North Korea into “complete denuclearization,” empowers the U.S. Treasury Department to go after any groups…

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ILLUMINATI-THEMED FASHION SHOW HELD AT LONDON CATHOLIC CHURCH St. Andrews Church used as location for black mass fashion show

A troupe of models pranced the runway inside of a Catholic church while rocking Turkish fashion designer Dilara Findikoglu’s Illuminati-inspired line for “Fashion Week.” The controversial pieces make up Dilara’s “Spring/Summer 2018 collection,” and are likely to attract the attention of deep-pocketed fashion goers from around the globe, such as Rihanna who’s previously been spotted in the designer’s exotic rags. Dilara’s newest designs range from a Nightmare Before Christmas look, to a Beetlejuice meets Lacuna Coil witchcraft-vampire feel, and were introduced by average models who were caked with pale face paint and temporary tattoos….

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VENEZUELAN DICTATOR CALLS TRUMP THE ‘NEW HITLER’ You could cut the irony with a knife

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro lashed out at President Trump following his blistering UN speech Tuesday, calling him the “new Hitler of international politics.” The scathing remarks by the socialist dictator were retaliation for Trump’s comments about Venezuela’s “faithful” implementation of socialism which have resulted in riots, mass starvation, and bankruptcy in the country. “The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented,” Trump said. “The Venezuelan people are starving and their country is collapsing. Their democratic institutions are being destroyed….

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ANNUAL BEER FESTIVAL CANNED FOLLOWING PROTESTS FROM ISLAMISTS Malaysia cancels ‘Better Beer Festival 2017’ to abide by Islamic code

An annual craft beer festival held in Malaysia has been canceled following protests from Islamists and security concerns. Officials in Malaysia on Monday announced the cancellation of the sixth annual Better Beer Festival, set to take place in Kuala Lumpur the first week of October, citing complaints from the Pan-Malaysian Islamic party (PAS). Organizers of the event, MyBeer, say the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) rejected their application for a permit over the festival’s “political sensitivity.” “At our meeting with DBKL officials, we were instructed to cancel our event as…

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REFUGEE LINK TO LONDON BOMBING PROVES TRUMP RIGHT The travel ban is vital to keep America safe

The revelation that the two terrorists involved in a plot to bomb the London Underground were refugees from Iraq and Syria proves Donald Trump was right when he said that a travel ban of individuals from terror-linked countries is vital to keep America safe. 21-year-old Yahyah Farroukh, who was arrested in Hounslow on Saturday night, was responsible for planning the bombing that would have killed untold numbers of commuters at rush hour on Friday if the IED had properly detonated. Farroukh was a Syrian refugee who arrived in the UK…

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22 INJURED AFTER LONDON TERROR ATTACK BOMBER REMAINS UNIDENTIFIED AND AT LARGE

London, England – An explosion rippled through a train at Parsons Green Station. 22 individuals are said to have been injured during this terror attack. The terror suspect is unknown and a manhunt is underway while he is still at large. According to the SUN UK Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced “a manhunt is underway” as bomb squads and counter-terror cops swarmed on the scene. He added: “The person or people responsible for this attack will be caught and will be brought for justice.” Police have revealed that the homemade…

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REPORT: UK Police Threaten to Unmask ‘Islamophobic’ Facebook User to Employer British government targeting concerned citizens as 25,000 jihadists roam free

An anonymous Facebook user has relayed a harrowing encounter with UK police in which they claim law enforcement threatened ‘hate crime’ prosecution and unmasking of their identity to their employer if they continued to post ‘Islamophobic’ content. The admin of a small fanpage called “The Church of Mogg” – a reference to conservative UK Parliamentarian, Jacob Rees-Mogg – posted an explanation detailing the reasons behind a lengthy absence from social media. According to the user’s story, they were visited in person by two UK police officers, who advised the user…

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NORTH KOREAN HACKERS STEALING BITCOIN TO CIRCUMVENT SANCTIONS Pyongyang seeks new revenue streams amid international condemnation

North Korean hackers are increasingly stealing bitcoin in an attempt to offset international sanctions and raise funds for the government of Kim Jong-un, researchers say. According to cybersecurity firm FireEye, at least three South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges have been targeted since May by state-sponsored actors working for Pyongyang. The hackers are said to have sent spearphising emails containing PEACHPIT, malware previously linked to North Korea, to the personal accounts of employees at the exchanges. A timeline presented by FireEye shows what appears to be an uptick in attacks against cryptocurrency-related entities…

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