Daily News Digest March 30, 2016

Images of the Day:

When I think of Belgium I think of how King Leopold used it as his personal rubber production slave plantation and killed 10 million people. I think of how they killed Patrice Lumumba (man in the photo) when he fought for true independence.Margaret KimberleyImageoftheDay LiberalsImageoftheDay2

Quote of the Day:

Right now, massive numbers of fish and sea creatures are dying in the Pacific Ocean. In addition, independent tests have shown that significant levels of cesium-137. Divers were out in Puget Sound waters Saturday to see if they can help solve a mystery. Scientists are trying to figure out what’s causing one species of starfish to die in parts of Puget Sound and the waters off of Canada. Something Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean

Video of the Day:

The false flag attack against Cuba — A serious plan hatched by the Pentagon


On pardons, Obama could go down as one of the most merciless presidents in historyObamaPardonsCriminal Bankers Control US Government Push War — Paul Craig Roberts By Greg HunterPaulCraigRobertsEnvironment:

 UN Begins Negotiations on Treaty to Protect Marine Resources By Thalif Deen UNEnvironmentThe World Is Not Converting to Renewable Energy Fast Enough to Save It By Tim Radford TimRadfordSomething Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean by Michael Snyder MichaelSyner

Ongoing/Big Energy Disasters!:

 Black Liberation/Civil Rights:

Why the EPA Must Clean Up Environmental Racism and Toxic Injustice By Gerald L. Durley and Marc A. YaggiEnvironmentalRacismBlack Agenda Radio for Week of March 28, 2016BarRadio

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Colonial Chickens Come Home to Roost in the West

No Slavery Remembrance Day at the White House

Newark City Council Approves Police Review Board


Why I am walking out with the CTU on April 1CTUStrike


The global debt reckoning – Total global debt at $230 trillion. Total world debt over 300 percent annual GDP. There is no escape from a reckoning with debt markets. WallStreetOnParadeNew $25 Million Fraud on Wall Street Is Making Some Rich Guys Nervous By Pam Martens and Russ Martens


Irish Unification Remains the Issue: Easter Rebels Vindicated by New Report by Dan Glazebrook

Growing International Movement Seeks to Place Arms Embargo on Saudi Arabia SaudiArabia

Health, Education and Welfare:

US Doctor Group Demands Price Controls for Out-of-Control Drug Industry by Nadia PrupisNadia Prupis

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