April 21, 2015

Evening Fix: Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

Harper government tables balanced budget, $1.4B projected surplus. PLUS:

* Saudi Arabian-led airstrike campaign in Yemen ends

* UN calls migrant shipwreck deadliest in Mediterranean, 800 feared dead

What else were people talking about today? Let us know in the comments!

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commented 2015-04-21 18:47:37 -0400
What else were people talking about today?

At The New American, Alex Newman was talking, well writing, which I guess qualifies for this space, the following:

“World Bank projects dealing with everything from ‘carbon credits’ and ‘development policies’ to crony capitalist ‘business’ deals have forcibly evicted and ruined the lives of millions of people around the world, according to an investigation into the globalist organization’s own documents. A comprehensive review of World Bank records by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and various media outlets revealed that close to 3.5 million of the planet’s poorest people, many of them already struggling just to survive, have been forced off their land and relocated as a direct consequence of policies and projects pursued by the government-backed global lender over the last ten years.”

Further along in the article:
….“According to investigators, many of the victims also faced violence and intimidation as governments and World Bank-funded goons terrorized them and destroyed their lives.”
…and further still:

“…Last summer, for example, UN and World Bank carbon projects in Kenya resulted in Sengwer communities having their homes torched by troops to make way for trees that would allow Westerners to purchase carbon offsets to assuage their misplaced guilt about CO2 emissions. A coalition of more than 650 non-profit organizations denounced the tragedy as ‘genocide’.” … www.thenewamerican.com/world news/item/20704-world-bank-schemes-displace-millions-of-victims


Does this remind you of the Hitlerites (the world premier greenies) who evicted people from their villages and farms and then burned the buildings to make room for their planned forest extension? Won’t a future of world governance be great?