The Government Does Not Want You To See This Letter

In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down the latest redacted letter that was sent by the FBI to MLK.

Director for Niki Minaj says new music video “The term New World Order isn’t just an edgy pop culture reference. It is very real and was a term used by president George H.W. Bush, ironically 10 years to the day before 9/11.”

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‘As far as applying Nazi imagery, 100% me,’ Jeff Osborne says in new statement.

The controversy surrounding the lyric video for Nicki Minaj’s “Only” has been ongoing, and director Jeff Osborne wants to further clarify his creative intentions.

Since the clip’s premiere last week, Minaj and the director have faced criticism for the video’s Nazi imagery.

While Osborne told Myspace on Tuesday that the models and symbols used inthe visual “are all representative of Nazism,” the director tells Billboard that neither he nor the video are anti-Semitic.

Nicki Minaj’s ‘Only’ Video Director: ‘Sorry I’m Not Sorry’

In an exclusive statement, Osborne breaks down the creative process behind the video, including Young Money’s brief guidelines. Read in full below:

Social Service is Stealing Children and Abusing Them

In this video Luke Rudkowski travels to the U.K to learn about a horrible situation with social services taking away children from parents. The parents in this case are Bhupeshkumar Navinchandra Patel and they explain in detail what they had to go through.

Blair signed secret contract with Saudi oil firm promising him £41,000 a month and a slice of any deals he helped broker

By GEMMA MULLIN FOR MAILONLINE

  • Tony Blair signed contract with PetroSaudi to promote it to Chinese leaders
  • The firm, founded by senior member of Saudi royal family, proposed fees of £41,000 and a 2% commission on any successful deals he brokered
  • In turn the Saudi oil firm was told it was not allowed to disclose Blair’s role
  • It is the first time a detailed contract by his office has been disclosed
  • Revelations may bring fresh criticism to his role as Middle East peace envoy
  • Blair’s office maintains work with firm had ‘nothing to do with Middle East’ 

Tony Blair signed a secret contract with a Saudi oil firm, which promised him £41,000 a month and commission on deals he helped broker, it has been claimed.

The former prime minister signed the agreement with PetroSaudi – founded by a senior member of the Saudi royal family – in November 2010 in a deal that would promote the firm to Chinese leaders.

It proposed fees of £41,000 a month and a two per cent cut on any successful negotiations for Blair, while the firm was told it was prohibited from disclosing his role without consent.

Mystery of American journalist killed in car crash in Turkey… just days after she claimed intelligence services had threatened her over her coverage of siege of Kobane

By John Hall for MailOnline 

  • Journalist Serena Shim killed in car crash in southern Turkey over weekend
  • On Friday she expressed concerns she may be arrested by Turkish officials
  • Told Press TV that local intelligence agents had accused her of being a spy
  • She earlier claimed to have seen ISIS militants being smuggled into Turkey 
  • Terrorists were travelling from Syria in the back of aid vehicles, she claimed

 

An American journalist has been killed in a car crash in Turkey just days after claiming she claimed the Turkish intelligence services had threatened her over her reporting of the siege of Kobane.

Serena Shim, who worked for Iran’s state-owned Press TV as Turkey correspondent, died in the city of Suruc after the car in which she was travelling reportedly collided with a ‘heavy vehicle’. 

Britain threatens Internet ‘trolls’ with two years in jail

AFP

People found guilty of Internet "trolling" in Britain could be jailed for up to two years under government proposals outlined, following a number of high-profile case of abuse on Twitter

People found guilty of Internet “trolling” in Britain could be jailed for up to two years under government proposals outlined, following a number of high-profile case of abuse on Twitter (AFP Photo/Damien Meyer)

London (AFP) – People found guilty of Internet “trolling” in Britain could be jailed for up to two years under government proposals outlined on Sunday, following a number of high-profile cases of abusive and threatening behaviour on Twitter.

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling told the Mail on Sunday newspaper: “This is a law to combat cruelty — and marks our determination to take a stand against a baying cyber-mob.”

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