Soros-Linked “Undesirable NGOs” Fund ISIS-linked Refugee Boats To EU

Investigations by Italian authorities and others have found that NGOs funded by among others George Soros, are actively financing private ships to smuggle tens of thousands of illegal North African refugees into the EU via Southern Italy. The human trafficking is reportedly linked to ISIS smuggling networks. If confirmed by authorities, it could potentially open the NGOs to criminal charges .

Organ Trafficking

The exchange of human organs for cash or any other "valuable consideration" (such as a car or a vacation) is illegal in every country except Iran. Nonetheless, international organ trafficking—mostly of kidneys, but also of half-livers, eyes, skin and blood—is flourishing; the World Health Organization estimates that one fifth of the 70,000 kidneys transplanted worldwide every year come from the black market.

Putting Contract Research Organisations on the Radar

It is a trend for pharmaceutical companies to contract third parties to conduct their clinical trials in order to test their drugs. This trend is referred to as ‘outsourcing’, and the companies that carry out the work are called ‘contract research organizations’ (CROs). In addition, clinical trials are increasingly conducted in non-traditional trial regions, which are mainly low- and middle-income countries. This trend is called ‘offshoring’. It is widely agreed that the offshoring of clinical trials to these regions should be scrutinized from an ethical perspective because of the vulnerability of the trial population. What happens when offshoring is combined with outsourcing? Do additional ethical risks arise when clinical trials are contracted out? Virtually all pharmaceutical companies publicly declare that they test their drugs in accordance with the highest ethical guidelines, such as the Declaration of Helsinki. But how do pharmaceutical companies safeguard their commitments when they outsource clinical trial activities to CROs in poor regions? These are the central questions that are addressed in this report.

Briefng paper: Protection of Clinical Trial Participants in Countries Outside the EU

Medicines intended for the European market are increasingly tested on clinical trial participants outside the EU in low and middle income countries. Over the past years, SOMO and Wemos have collected extensive evidence of violations of ethical principles and guidelines in such trials. In this briefng paper, SOMO and Wemos provide the European Parliament, the European Commission and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) with policy recommendations to take their responsibility and address this problem.

U.S. agrees to sell supercomputer to China, officials say Administration aims to embrace, not isolate, Beijing

WASHINGTON -- In a good-will gesture toward China, the Clinton administration has agreed to sell it a sophisticated $8 million supercomputer, senior administration officials said yesterday. The decision is part of the administration's strategy to embrace, rather than isolate, China despite disagreements over human rights, weapons proliferation and trade. The Clinton administration is determined to grab an ever-larger share of China's market, the fastest growing in the world, and reduce a trade deficit that could exceed that with Japan by the end of the decade.

Clinton Approves Technology Transfer to China

The Clinton Administration notified Congress today that it had approved the export of technology to China to permit the launching of a communications satellite aboard a Chinese rocket next month. President Clinton said in a letter to Congress that the transfer would not harm national security or significantly improve China's military capability in space. The President was required under a 1998 law to certify that all such technology exports are in the national interest.

Rutgers Received CIA Funds to Study Hungarian Refugees

Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments Rutgers Received CIA Funds to Study Hungarian Refugees By John Jacobs September 1, 1977 The Central Intelligence Agency secretly funneled at least $5,000 to the sociology department at Rutgers University in the late 1950s to study Hungarian refugees who fled to this country after taking part in the 1956 Hungarian uprising. Documents the CIA released yesterday relating to its MK-ULTRA behavior-control program of the 1950s and 1960s and an interview with a Rutgers sociologist who took part in the research confirm the detail of the project.

International Center for Missing and Exploited Children: Honorary Board Members, Past & Present

Daniel Cardon de Lichtbuer | Former ICMEC Chairman; Valentina Matvienko | Chairwoman, Federal Council of the Federal Assembly, Russian Federation Margarida Barroso | Biophysics, Biochemistry, Cell Biology PhD | Wife of the President of the European Commission Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak | First Lady of Egypt Shaikha Sabeeka | Queen of Bahrain Lalla Meryem | Princess of the Kingdom of Morocco Bernadette Chirac | Former First Lady of the French … Continue reading International Center for Missing and Exploited Children: Honorary Board Members, Past & Present

Astonishing DIY rocket made out of gas canisters among the homemade arsenal seized by Iraqi forces after storming an ISIS arms depot in Ramadi

raqi forces have seized a huge cache of deadly ISIS weapons after recapturing parts of Ramadi, near Baghdad. They paraded rockets made from gas canisters through the besieged city and laid out hundreds of explosive shells after a breakthrough battle against the terror group. These weapons bear a striking resemblance to weapons used by the US funded "Free Syrian Army," which later turned out to another radical jihadist group.

Susan Rice claimed Gaddafi’s troops were rape shock troops, issued Viagra to terrorize, but the CIA has a history of doing just that.

The U.S. envoy to the United Nations told the Security Council that troops loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were increasingly engaging in sexual violence and some had been issued the impotency drug Viagra, diplomats said. However, our CIA has a long history of issuing that very drug. What is really going on?

ISIS Is So Desperate It’s Turning to the Drug Trade

As the Islamic State’s territory continues to be squeezed, most notably in the Iraqi city of Mosul, primary revenue-generating streams are drying up—including oil and gas extortion, taxation of the local populations it once controlled, and money earned from phosphate and cement plants. This will likely force the group to seek new, opportunistic revenue streams to exploit, including drug trafficking, to raise money.

ISIS barbarians destroy 2,000-year-old ‘Gate of God’ close to their Iraqi stronghold

ISIS barbarians have destroyed a 2,000-year-old gate close to their Iraqi stronghold of Mosul. The breathtaking structure is known as the Gate of God, and used to guard the ancient Assyrian city Nineveh. The destruction of the ancient structure, also called the Mashki Gate, has been confirmed by the British Institute for the Study of Iraq, and the Antiquities Department in Baghdad has not denied the demolition. The terrorists demolished the ancient gate using military equipment, according to activists in Mosul.

Student probed by uni bosses for hate crime after calling ISIS ‘barbarians in mocking Facebook post’

A law student is under investigation by his university after being branded a 'blatant Islamophobe' for allegedly mocking ISIS on social media. Robbie Travers, 21, who is a regular commentator on Facebook and Twitter, has allegedly put 'minority students at risk and in a state of panic' at Edinburgh University for his comments which ridiculed the terror group. Responding to the news the US Air Force bombed an ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan in April, Travers wrote: "I'm glad we could bring these barbarians a step closer to collecting their 72 virgins."

FANATICS’ FINAL STAND How ISIS barbarians are unleashing snipers, armed drones and poison gas car bombs in fierce final defence of Mosul

ISIS barbarians are putting up fierce resistance as they stage their final defence of Mosul, unleashing snipers, armed drones and poison gas car bombs. Correspondent Owen Holdaway experienced the terror group’s brutality first hand when he was caught up in an attack on the frontline in the Iraqi city.

UN Peacekeeping Missions and Trafficking in Women

In recent years, UN- and NATO-led international peacekeeping missions stationed in post-conflict zones have been targeted by the media and human rights watch groups for their failure to adequately confront the issue of trafficking in their assigned countries. The current criticisms leveled at UN peacekeeping operations are twofold.

Child sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers

An Associated Press investigation revealed in 2017 that more than 100 UN peacekeepers ran a child sex ring in Haiti over a 10 year period and none were ever jailed. The report further found that over the past 12 years there have been almost 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers and other U.N. personnel around the world.

Abu Ghraib Abuses Were Sex Ring

"It was a National Guard unit run amok," Shays said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. "It was torture because sex abuse is torture. It was gross and despicable ... This is more about pornography than torture." Shays sought to defuse controversy over his previous comments suggesting the Abu Ghraib abuses weren't torture but instead involved a sex ring of troops.

China military to test high-speed vehicle that could bomb U.S. in less than 15 minutes

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What China’s military looks like compared to the U.S.

"The range and capabilities of Chinese air and sea defenses have continued to grow, making U.S. forward-basing more vulnerable and the direct defense of U.S. interests in the region potentially more costly," according to an October report by the RAND Corporation, a California-based think tank that does research and analysis on behalf of the U.S. military.

Big Pharma ‘overcharging’ poor countries for child vaccines – report

Doctors Without Borders has released a new report blasting two top pharmaceutical companies for inflated costs of vital vaccines that have proved too steep for poor nations, recommending they adjust prices in order to save lives. The charity, Doctors Without Borders, or Medecins Sans Frontieres, has called on GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer to drop the price of the pneumococcal vaccine to $5 per child in the most impoverished countries.

Alexey Miller and Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani discuss world energy market development trends

NOV 3, 2010 The Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani also visited the Central Production and Dispatch Department where he was informed of how the Unified Gas Supply System of Russia was operated, natural gas supply routes were optimized and uninterrupted gas deliveries were provided to Russian and foreign consumers.

Soros’s role in the drug takeover of Colombia

Mention the South American country of Colombia to most Americans today, and what unhappily springs to mind are the twin scourges of drugs and terrorism-- and rightly so. But how many Americans are aware that it is George Soros and the London-centered financial apparatus he represents, that are directly behind this criminal takeover of Colombia?

JUN 7, 1999: Richard Branson sponsors European launch of worldwide project against international child abduction

London – Catherine Laylle Meyer and Cherie Booth, Q.C., will be the principal guest speakers today at the European launch of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC), a new initiative to find missing children worldwide and to stamp out cross-border child abduction.  The event, hosted by Richard Branson and the Virgin Healthcare Foundation, will take place at Holland Park, London.

APR 23, 1999: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Cherie Blair join forces to support the launch of a worldwide project against international child abduction

First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Cherie Booth, the wife of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, were the principal guest speakers today at the launch of the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), a new British-American initiative to find missing children worldwide and to stamp out cross-border child abduction.

Baron Daniel Cardon de Lichtbuer

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