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  1. How clever, fat ones are in the inner cyrcle (centrifugal force)
  2. I was big Trump supporter, but not any more. It seems to me even Jesus himself has been voted to be a president, deep state would turn him around to work for them. There is no chance against them through the voting system they are controlling, doesn´t matter who comes. US is doomed and we the rest of the world. Long live Israel! Hip, hip, hooray! Cinnamon started the day in a good rhythm, so do I
  3. At last some good news
  4. A statement released by the Islamic State on YouTube Friday called on followers to wage “all-out war” on the West during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan which starts Saturday. Those unable to travel to Iraq and Syria are urged to attack “infidels…in their homes, their markets, their roads and their forums…double your efforts and intensify your operations… Your targeting of the so-called innocents and civilians is beloved by us,” the message says. Targets listed include “scholars of evil” and politicians. http://debka.com/newsupdatepopup/20674/ISIS-calls-on-followers-to-wage-all-out-war-on-the-West-during-Ramadan
  5. Breitbart reporting the same White House economic advisor Gary Cohn asserted that President Donald Trump’s views were evolving on the Paris Climate agreement reached by world leaders during former President Barack Obama’s administration. “His views are evolving, which is exactly what they should be,” Cohn explained to reporters during a press briefing in Sicily at the G7 summit. Cohn said that Trump had several discussions about the climate agreement with global leaders, many of which had worked on the plan to combat climate change for many years. “If he were standing here, he would tell you that he feels much more knowledgeable on the topic today,” Cohn said. He said that Trump had not made a decision yet whether or not he wanted to stay in the agreement. “He came here to learn and he came here to get smarter,” Cohn said. “He did quote say: ‘The environment is very, very important to me, Donald Trump. I care a lot about the environment.'” In an earlier briefing, Cohn also downplayed the future of coal as an energy source, promoting solar and wind energy instead. “Coal doesn’t even make that much sense anymore as a feedstock,” he said, referring to energy used for industry. “Natural gas, which we have become an abundant producer, which we’re going to become a major exporter is, is such a cleaner fuel.” He said that solar and wind power would help the United States become “a manufacturing powerhouse” while still becoming “environmentally friendly.” Trump’s national security advisor H.R. McMaster reminded reporters that the president’s decision would be based on what was best for the country. “The one thing that won’t change though is he’s certain to base his decision on what he thinks is best for the American people,” he said, “While his views are evolving, his basis for the decision remains unchanged.” http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/05/26/gary-cohn-donald-trumps-views-evolving-paris-climate-change-agreement/
  6. Egyptians, Turks, Israelis...as well
  7. One more 180° degree turn? Forceful face-to-face talks this week with fellow world leaders left President Donald Trump "more knowledgeable" and with "evolving" views about the global climate accord he's threatened to abandon, a top White House official said Friday. Trump also was impressed by their arguments about how crucial US leadership is in supporting international efforts. The president's new apparent openness to staying in the landmark Paris climate pact came amid a determined pressure campaign by European leaders. During Friday's gathering of the Group of 7 wealthy democracies—as well as at earlier stops on Trump's first international trip—leaders have implored him to stick with the 2015 accord aimed at reducing carbon emissions and slowing potentially disastrous global warming. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the G-7 leaders "put forward very many arguments" for the US sticking with the agreement. And by Friday evening, White House economic adviser Gary Cohn said Trump's views were indeed "evolving." http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4967869,00.html
  8. They say this The organization has also recorded at least 1,530 deaths on the Mediterranean in 2017, the vast majority in the waters between Libya and Sicily. That figure is higher than the same period last year. Between January-May 2016, the agency documented 193,333 migrants and refugees arriving at sea and 1,398 fatalities.