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The Vatican...what a joke, what ...you know what? I cannot even find the words to describe how I felt after seeing all the homeless and mainly disabled homeless going from Bin to bin, begging from off the floor where they are forced to be...meanwhile, behind the very wall they sleep beside every night....is enough riches to put them right for the rest of their short little lives...I WISH I HAD NOT SEEN THIS..it is haunting me

The Vatican City is the smallest country on this planet ...they have a Solar Observatory, they their own banks, army and a special security force so tight it would put to shame a Black Hole....
We took so many pictures that I could not possibly post them all here but...I think a slide show for youtube might be the perfect way to show people that the Vatican is nothing more than a very rich, very evil bunch and very reminiscent of a Disney world, but here the Dragons, serpents and other types of obviously hybrid creatures being killed are just horrific...I would estimate that over 80% of what I observed was death, killings and hybrids with a few Popes thrown into the mix just for good luck...It works out expensive but the people there...we were shoulder to shoulder for over two hours until we could not cope any more with the pushing, shoving and barging that we had to endure, we made it to a small Vatican cafe and got ripped off for two expensive drinks, water and a coke, point is...These self exclaimed God fearing gentle folk are full of shit, they care not one jot for those that follow the faith and they are rude too, every one of the Vatican workers that we went to for guidance or to ask where we actually were were so rude and abrupt it turned me into WTF? Mode and that was it..BUT the ordinary tour guides were fantastic and so charmingly helpful it was heart warming....Why the Vatican cannot help those in need is way beyond my comprehension and I can only say is....Go back to your own Planet and take your alien ass away because without you lot the world could be a better place..Religion is evil and not good at all....if you want to follow something and call it God them just call it the faith of the good and be done with it...
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I hope you are ready for this, ... some know this others disbelieve it and yet the whole story reads like a fictional horror like the death camps at Auschwitz, in WW 2 Germany --- (or) the novels about "Hannibal Lecter", ... except far more of it and horribly many, many millions of more bodies over centuries of conquest, debauchery and madness! Please pass this to all you know because this looks like it shall await us to be added to the toll of the dead and mutilated right here in our very nation! This is not a work of fiction it is proven historical fact which is still on going may G-d help us ...

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UPDATE (9/8/16): An earlier version of this blog post incorrectly suggested that no authorized audio devices or connectors that used the Lightning port existed prior to yesterday’s announcement. It also implied that the only way to achieve lossless sound quality on an iPhone was through a wired connection, which was also incorrect. We’ve edited the post accordingly.
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Loch Lomonds & the Trossachs are a National Park. They are not a commercially themed area. It is a place of natural beauty of which would be forever reduced if developments like this one get the go ahead. We must stand up to this as a strong voice against the commercialisation of a national gem for future generations. This will in turn keep them free from these kind of planning applications for now and into the future. If we set a strong precede...
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It's old news but hey..why fucking not LOL

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Several large wildfires continue to burn across Spain and Portugal, but improving weather conditions may help contain these blazes over the week ahead.
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Just a word of warning for those people going on holiday with jet2 but book via Thomas Cook:
These skanking bastards will tell you: Your holiday also includes:
10kg Hand Baggage
22kg Bag Allowance
Coach Transfers
But then right at the end they will charge you for hold luggage which will cost around £50 per person. There is very little chance to get hold of someone to complain so just be aware, they are cheating cunts
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Warning: Trigger alert -- this may be very difficult to read as the content refers to the physical abuse and death of a child.

This is heartbreaking. A child in Bangladesh has been tortured to death at the textile factory he worked in.

Sagar Barman was nine years old when he was murdered. He worked in a textile mill just south of Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital. In July, a gang of senior employees -- apparently angered that he’d gone into a restricted area -- forced an air compressor into his rectum. Sagar died of internal injuries soon afterwards.

Textile factories in Bangladesh supply some of the world’s biggest clothing corporations with cheap clothing. But, because there’s little transparency in their supply chains, there’s no way of knowing whether the shirt you’re wearing now was made in the factory Sagar worked in.

So let’s ask clothing companies sourcing clothes from Bangladesh to prove it wasn’t. Let’s tell them to prove they’re not using factories where children are being abused, or even killed.

H&M, Gap and Asda: prove your clothes aren’t made in Sagar’s factory.

Unbelievably, this wasn’t the first such tragedy in Bangladesh. A year ago, a 13-year-old boy working at a different factory was killed in exactly the same way. These two boys were among the 4.9 million child labourers in Bangladesh, many of whom work in hazardous conditions for little pay.

But while children are exposed to dangerous conditions and abuse, the global brands they supply with cheap clothing are making billions from their work.

If we want to improve life for children like Sagar, we need global clothing corporations to open up their supply chains to scrutiny. We need them to become fully transparent about where their clothes are made, so they can be held accountable when their workers are exploited or mistreated -- and so they start taking serious action to end that exploitation and abuse.

In the aftermath of the Rana Plaza factory disaster in Bangladesh, hundreds of thousands of SumOfUs members came together to demand companies pay a few pennies more per garment to make sure their workers weren’t dying. As a result, dozens of companies responded and signed a groundbreaking building and fire safety accord. But now we need to do more.

Please sign our petition asking H&M, Gap and Asda to prove their clothes aren’t made in Sagar’s factory.

Thanks for all that you do,

Hanna, Sondhya, Bex and the team at SumOfUs
A child in Bangladesh has been tortured to death at the textile factory he worked in. http://d.shpg.org/228361977t
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