A ‘good amount’ of Venezuela’s millions of fleeing migrants won’t ever return, UN envoy says

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Those who’ve fled report more signs of backlash in host countries of Colombia, Peru Venezuelan migrants arrive at immigration control in Tumbes, Peru, on June 14. Over four million have fled Venezuela amid the political and economic turmoil in the … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 8 November 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, Pardon our skepticism.  USA Today, one of the more widely read national newspapers, is predicting that next week may see as many as 170 record cold readings across the United States.  It sounds brutal, with freezing temperatures … Read More

Venezuelan Death Squads Have Killed An Estimated 831 People, Many Who Dared To Protest The Regime

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Back in February Reuters reported on murders being carried out in Venezuela’s slums by a special police force known as the FAES. Wednesday the AFP published a follow-up on this story that reveals the death toll has climbed to over 800. SEE ALSO: It’s … Read More

11,000 Experts Propose Final Solution To Global Warming: Just Kill Billions Of People

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Over 40 years ago, scientists from 50 nations pivoted on a longstanding “global cooling” thesis that was going to blanket the earth in ice, and instead adopted what was then called the “CO2-climate problem” which would lead to theories on … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 1 November 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, We got through the world’s Halloween observance without incident.  Maybe they’ll start removing the spider webs and flashing inflatables from the neighborhood yards, and the skeletons from the entries of every dollar store.  Not that we’re frightened … Read More

Venezuela refugee crisis: ‘we are beginning to see outbreaks of xenophobia’

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Social stability in Latin America is at risk under the pressure of Venezuelan refugees. More than 4 and a half million people have left the country and the flow continues to grow dramatically as the political crisis has not been … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 25 October 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, We’re all home now from the annual Feast of Tabernacles, which by all accounts was a wonderful experience at each of the five sites we sponsor.  There was surprisingly good attendance and the friendly, joyful atmosphere you’d … Read More

Chaos in Ecuador as protesters ransack govt buildings, clash with police as military restricts movement throughout country

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©  Reuters / Ivan Alvarado Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno has declared a curfew and sent in troops to force protesters off the streets of the capital Quito. He also agreed to assess the cancellation of fuel subsidies that had triggered … Read More

No, Climate Change Will Not End the World in 12 Years

Stoking panic and fear creates a false narrative that can overwhelm readers, leading to inaction and hopelessness. Credit: Getty Images “This is what I’m talking about,” the text from Rachel reads, with an attached image of Time’s latest cover story, entitled “Our … Read More

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