"We find that Daesh did not recruit its foreign workforce among the poor and less educated, but rather the opposite. Instead, the lack of economic inclusion seems to explain the extent of radicalization into violent extremism," the report says.
Just when it seemed that climate change fantasies couldn't get any more bizarre, the liberal UK newspaper The Guardian has launched the wild theory that global warming is essentially a "racist" crisis, perpetrated by wealthy whites against poor, vulnerable blacks.
Sitting on a Taxpayer subsidized bench, in Taxpayer subsidized Stadium of the Taxpayer subsidized Sanctuary City of San Francisco, Colin Kaepernick whines about black oppression and income inequality to sports fans..
The report directly states the Open Society views the Baltimore unrest last year as a crisis that can be utilized to carry out the organization's agenda.
"Foreign athletes will literally be swimming in human crap, and they risk getting sick from all those microorganisms," said Dr. Daniel Becker, a local pediatrician who works in poor neighborhoods. "It's sad but also worrisome."
The polling data suggests that the Republican Party could see overwhelming electoral success if it were able to portray Clinton's immigration policy as a corporatist attempt to flood the labor supply with foreign workers in order to drive down wages and incomes for American workers.
Meanwhile, Ms. Leadsom's critics are taking aim at the fact that she has had scant experience in government, and are picking apart her staunch social conservatism.
"The financial crisis has brought several difficulties in essential public services and it could cause the total collapse of public security, health care, education, urban mobility and environmental management," the statement said.
Fearing that allowing the San Juan government to wash their hands of over $70 billion in debt would set a dangerous and costly precedent, the House instead passed a measure that will give a control board the ability to right the island's wayward ship.
The news, via a YouGov poll, is that nearly 1 in 5 males in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 30 identifies as more feminine than masculine. Our brethren in the U.K. (if brethren is the right word) are even worse off:
Most chief resilience officers are funded by the Rockefeller Foundation's 100 Resilient Cities program, which coined the term several years ago and started paying for the salaries of such positions in cities worldwide, as well as for the creation of resilience strategies.
He worried that "some people may seize upon that uncorroborated, unvetted information that was in there, that was basically just a collation of this information that came out of FBI files, and to point to Saudi involvement, which I think would be very, very inaccurate."
Which brings us to the latest "outing" of Zero Hedge, this time from none other than Bloomberg which this morning leads with "Unmasking the Men Behind Zero Hedge, Wall Street's Renegade Blog" in which it makes the tacit admission that "Bloomberg LP competes with Zero Hedge in providing financial news and information."
The exchanges themselves are in decay. 12 of 23 have shuttered, New York's exchange is under investigation, and 8 more are expected to close shop this year.
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