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News round-up for Monday, October 31, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 31, 2016

shutterstock_136997168Because there is way too much happening, here is another News Round-up of stories that interested me, but for which I have no time to post!

(Don’t confuse this round-up with my usual ‘Top posts of the week’ which I skipped this past week. Will do an October round-up tomorrow for hot news at RRW over the last month).

Listed here in no particular order:

Seventeen migrant men attack two women in Freiburg, Germany

Migrants moved from “The Jungle” at Calais, France to Alpine resort, want out of there ASAP

Canada admitted tens of thousands of Syrians, now all the relatives want in too!

Australia bars any rejected (boat people) asylum seekers from ever entering Australia again

Taqiyya at St. Ann Catholic Church in Arlington and more here: No questions allowed! (featuring one of our all-time favorites—Anastasia Brown)

Keep an eye on new pro-Palestinian Socialist UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres

Automation and advancements in technology will make jobs scarce for unskilled immigrant labor

Mogadishu, Minnesota: Somali activists upset by coming film about “recruitment” etc. in Minnesota

Federal pre-election coverup of US Southern border invasion.

Hillary’s America is already here—in Michigan!

More later…….

6 Responses to “News round-up for Monday, October 31, 2016”

  1. michellefromsandiego said

    “If tomorrow there was a no-fly zone and they stopped Assad from dropping these bombs and killing his people, we would immediately go back and live in Syria.” –Fadi Antar
    At Rodef Shalom, he talked about his family’s flight on foot from Syria to Jordan, where they lived for three years before applying for resettlement in the United States
    from (JUNE 7, 2016) Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church, VA joined an interfaith partnership with Lutheran Social Services in addition to their work with the HIAS Welcome Campaign


  2. “Our” countries are run by TRAITORS and the People must retake control.


  3. kerberos616 said

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.


  4. Reblogged this on Booksbyjameswnelson and commented:
    Links to pertinent stories of what’s going on.


  5. geoffgio said

    Just curious, Ann, are you or have you been an editor? As a lifelong editor myself, I’m most impressed with your diligence, frequency and perfectly executed aggregations.

    Best regards,




    • Ann Corcoran said

      No, writing has never been a strong suit (sp?). I am trained in science and I’m a farmer who homeschooled my kids for many of their school years. My diligence is because I am driven to expose this program (and its secrecy!) in the hope of reforming it—getting rid of it altogether if necessary. I loathe the hypocrisy of phony ‘religious’ charities using unsuspecting taxpayers’ dollars (to change communities) and then claiming they are humanitarians!


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