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In this episode of the Keiser Report from a beach in Florida, Max and Stacy advise the audience to check to see whether their hedge fund manager has bought a … Via Youtube
Police in Arkansas are offering a $40,000 reward for finding the man who killed a three-year-old boy when he fired at his grandmother during a road rage incident. A 911 dispatcher tape released on Monday shares the harrowing screams of an Arkansas grandmother as she realized her grandson, Acen King, had been shot by a […]
‘Truth in news’ citizen offers $10,000 reward, payable in Bitcoin, for names of PropOrNot news hoaxers behind the WashPo Russian conspiracy fabrication
A private citizen working in the public interest to increase news transparency has announced a $10,000 reward, payable in Bitcoin, for the names of the PropOrNot news hoaxers. If successful, the names will be shared with the FBI, Sen. Jeff Sessions and the Trump administration.
Last week, the Washington Post was hoaxed by PropOrNot, which tricked the Post into printing an article that falsely claimed 200 independent news websites were being run by the Russian government. Natural News demanded the Washington Post retract the fabricated story, but the Post has so far refused to issue a retraction or apology, proving the news organization has abandoned all pretense of reporting factual news.
PropOrNot, a shadowy group at the center of the story, is obviously nothing more than a cabal of disgruntled, delusional liberals wallowing in paranoid delusions and political conspiracy theories. ( This is the new standard of “facts” the Washington Post now embraces, by the way.) While ridiculously accusing hundreds of websites of working for the Kremlin, (more…)
August 17, 2016, 10:31 PM (IDT)
“We will implement a differential policy in Judea and Samaria,” said Avigdor Lieberman at a news conference called in Tel Aviv to Wednesday to unveil his program for West Bank Palestinians. “Its purpose is to continue to give benefits to those who desire to co-exist with us, and make life difficult for those who seek to harm Jews and opt for terror.”
A key element of the new plan is to engage in dialogue with the Palestinian public and its representative figures, while sidestepping the Palestinian Authority and its chairman, Mahmoud Abbas, whom he called “an obstacle to peace,” and boycotting Hamas.
Palestinian districts would henceforth be divided into “green” areas (clean of terrorists) – the largest – and smaller strips of “yellow” and “red” – mostly in the south and Hebron – with an active terrorist presence.
The former would receive benefits – a hospital for Beit Sahour, an industrial zone for Nablus, a soccer field for Kfar Bida, infrastructure development in Qalqilya, Hableh and Itzbat Tabib and an economic corridor connecting Jericho to Jordan.