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Cuba Dealt Diplomatic Defeat at the UN Human Rights Council

The Cuban missions to the United Nations in New York and Geneva are among the largest and their work, mostly carried on by intelligence officers fronting as diplomats, is very active and effective. But sabotaging the UPR pre-session on Cuba … Continue reading

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The Rotherham, England Case and the Consequences of Political Correctness for Western Civilization

Children of all ages have been systematically exploited by men of Asian descent in the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham, England, over a period of sixteen years.

Although the exact number of children being abused is not yet known and the scale of this torturous behavior is so far undetermined, a damning report commissioned by the Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council titled, Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham (1997 – 2013), states that what may be considered a conservative estimate is that of “approximately 1400 children [being] sexually exploited over the full Inquiry period.”

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