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BLACK JACK SCHRAMME OF THE CONGO CRISIS

Born in 1929, Belgian national Jean Schramme had little need to travel to the Congo Republic. As manager of a vast estate in the Belgian Congo, Schramme was already a Congo national during the Congo Crisis (1960 – 1965). The setting to his contribution was the scene of the unrest following the breakaway of mineral-rich Katanga and Kasai Provinces.

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ANTI-REGIME HELL LETS LOOSE IN SPAIN

Anti-Lockdown protestors in Spain and Madrid, in particular, have been battling the State Police for two days. Protests and violence continued over the weekend in Madrid, as clashes between concerned citizens and the state’s well-armed police grew increasingly violent. Video shared to social media showcases the increasing violence.

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BLM AND MAINSTREAM LOSES TO SOCIAL MEDIA

Support for Black Lives Matter protests is falling across nations after months of media-driven unrest that has seen people killed, shops burned, and frequent clashes between activists and police. A new poll shows that just 39 per cent of Americans now approve of the protests, down from 54 per cent in June, while 44 per cent of now disapprove of them.

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A Tragic Story of What Happened to Women After D-Day

They called it the épuration sauvage, the wild purge, because it was spontaneous and unofficial. But, yes, it was savage, too. In the weeks and months following the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944, Allied troops and the resistance swept across France liberating towns and villages, and unleashing a flood of collective euphoria, relief and hope. And then the punishments began.

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THE ALLIES WAR AGAINST WOMEN

Much has been recorded about the mass rapes by the troops of the Soviet, British and American armies mass rape of German women in 1945. Comparatively lesser known is the mass rape of Italian women by French Colonial soldiers in 1944. These soldiers later continued with their degeneracy in Stuttgart, Germany in early 1945. The allies and especially mainstream media and palace publishing houses kept silent on this as the soldiers doing this were allied soldiers.

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