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  • Fresh Meat

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    The UN-backed commission advocating for prostitution legalization, under the guise of combating HIV, evidently prefers government-inspected fresh meat–similar to factory farms. Good for transnational organized crime, pharmaceutical companies and hedge fund traders like convicted felon George Soros, but not so great for the 90% of prostitutes forced into retail serial rape by ruthless sex traffickers... more →

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  • Deceptive UN Propaganda

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    Sustainable Development Goals propaganda is the obvious motive for the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples op-ed at Indian Country Today. After her ritual listing of all the corporate state woes that indigenous peoples face around the world, Special Rapporteur Victoria Tauli-Corpuz advocates embracing the corporate state solution of Sustainable Development Goals. [&hellip... more →

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  • Trust Lands Cold War

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    Judge David Avraham Voluck, Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, and Sarah Deer discuss the need to end the State of Alaska’s opposition to Alaska Native tribal self-government. Recently struck down by the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. is the U.S. Department of Interior ‘Alaska exclusion rule’ as illegal and [&hellip... more →

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  • Ports and Treaties

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    Lloyd Zimmerman for Port Commissioner: Most Important issue over 4 years? Stewardship and restoration of Bellingham Bay. Mitigating the negative impacts of Bakken Oil Trains and Coal Trains. They are monopolizing the railroad right of ways and risking everything for profits over the people of the Salish Sea. Point Elliott Treaty Violations by corporate interests [&hellip... more →

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  • Tribes Fight Coal and Oil

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    As reported by Ashley Ahearn, tribal leaders from Washington, Montana and British Columbia gathered May 14 in Seattle to draw attention to the battle between the region’s tribes, and the coal and oil exporters whose plans threaten treaty fishing areas... more →

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