Illegal Alien in Fla. Drug Bust Deported 3 Times, Easily Reentered U.S.

A startling drug trafficking case out of south Florida is especially disturbing because the illegal immigrant caught with more than half a million dollars in crystal methamphetamine had been deported three times in three months shortly before the drug bust. A few months after the…

South Africa: Civil War | Simon Roche and Stefan Molyneux – YouTube

MP3: https://www.fdrpodcasts.com/#/4000/south-africa-civil-war-simon-roche-and-stefan-molyneux Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stefan-molyneux/fdr-4000-south-africa-civil-war-simon-roche-and-stefan-molyneux As South Africa President Jacob Zuma is forced from power, a growing water crisis is overtaking South Africa and escalating threats of white land confiscation without compensation have increased racial tensions to disconcerting levels. Simon Roche joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss…

South Africa: Failed State 2.0

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South Sudan: Warring Parties Break Promises on Child Soldiers

South Sudanese armed forces and armed opposition groups continue to recruit child soldiers and force them into the conflict, despite numerous commitments to stop.  (Nairobi) – South Sudanese armed forces and armed opposition groups continue to recruit child soldiers and force them into the conflict,…

Deaths, injuries reported after Amtrak, CSX trains collide in South Carolina

AMTRAK TRAIN COLLISION SOUTH CAROLINA… DEVELOPING… (Top headline, 1st story, link) Related stories:HORROR CRASH; MULTIPLE CASUALTIES…2 DEAD; 50+ INJURED… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Deaths, injuries reported after Amtrak, CSX trains collide in South Carolina

Time is Ripe for a UN Arms Embargo on South Sudan

Expand People walk inside the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) Protection of Civilians site (PoC), near Bentiu, northern South Sudan, February 9, 2017. © 2017 Reuters Today, the United States government decided to impose a unilateral arms embargo over South Sudan. The gesture…

Confronting Korea’s Censored Discourse on Comfort Women

On December 28, 2015, Japan and South Korea signed a landmark agreement over the former’s wartime sexual exploitation of Korean “comfort women.” Japan formally apologized and contributed 1 billion yen (about $8.3 million) to compensate the living survivors or the families of the deceased. In…

Capetown will run out of water in less than 90 days

They are calling it “Day Zero” – the day that Capetown, South Africa will run out of water. That day will happen in less than 3 months.  The water conservation efforts of the city’s population has been spotty at best. Apparently the dire nature of…

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