Tag: assassination

The Stigma Enigma a Fusillade of City Mayhem

THE STIGMA ENIGMA Michael Walsh Double-crossed in love, former mercenary Jack Scarlett has the sinister sinners of Liverpool’s underworld in his cross-hairs. Detective Chief Inspector Eric Jansen vows to stop his high-octane lethal feud. Detective Chief Inspector Eric Jansen stop Jack Scarlett, and does he really want to?

The Cost of the Afghan War to Workers and Taxpayers

Brown University’s Costs of War Project estimates that the US has spent some $2.26 trillion on the war in Afghanistan over the past two decades. More than 100,000 Afghan civilians, tens of thousands of Afghan security forces personnel and Taliban fighters, about 3,500 US and NATO troops and 4,000+ Western mercenaries were killed in that time, with hundreds of thousands more injured, and millions becoming refugees.

A military chaplain rescues a child sold for his organs.

The story of Father Ignacio María Doñoro de los Río is worthy of the greatest James Bond. The 57-year-old former military chaplain has been nominated to receive the Princess of Asturias Prize in the Concord category. This is to reward his work for 25 years with young victims of extreme poverty and against human trafficking. 

Westminster Regime bankrolls and protects violent Jihadists

BREAKING NEWS: A former Afghan interpreter who once worked with ex-UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been repeatedly denied sanctuary in Britain, preventing him from being rescued from the Taliban, a retired senior British officer has warned, according to the Daily Mail.

A British jihadi bride who lost an arm in an airstrike is living in a £500,000 council house and has been fitted with a prosthetic limb, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Samia Hussein was injured when coalition forces launched an attack on a weapons store next to her home in the Syrian city of Raqqa, which was under the control of Islamic State.

Globalist EU Luring migrants to Europe with huge bribes

BREAKING NEWS: Will game-changing Austria join the VISEGRAD 4-nation assault on beleaguered Brussels EU commissioners? Austria’s interior minister has blasted the European Commission’s stance on migration and declared that Vienna will form alliances with other EU states that want to combat the illegal movement of people in their own way.