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September 25, 2017

Fox News Squaring Injustice and where do we feature? Just listen to teacher.
Curve - Horror Head
I AM SUING FOXNEWS FOR 100,000,000$!!!


For trying on Me the same Rape he did using Paris Hilton.
For calling to hurt My reputation.
For trying to play Criminal Wise Ass to justify his previous crimes.
For working in concert and complicity with the CORRUPT USA Supreme Court.
For advocating for Complicity and Impunity in the commission of crime using Me as an excuse.
For the Ratification of Rupert Murdoch's Ideological Gangster and Bully Policy.
For using My Guest Miley Cyrus in material to attack Me.
For Attempted Murder against Me while calling for Impunity.
For working along side at least the BBC News.
For Declaring a War on Me.
For Relating Me to Illegal Drugs in Mexico.
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Glover Roberts

Evidences of the Corruption of Chief Justice John Glover Roberts.
Chief Justice John Glover Roberts, a Gladiator Sports Chief Justice who cares little about Human Rights and supports Slavery over the Basis of Riddle Solving Superiority (Imperial Slavery). Has denied and blocked all My attempts at having Justice in USA Courts.
That is an example of how the USA goes around DESTROYING COUNTRIES and PROVOKING WARS just to protect Assholes like Rupert Murdoch who actively NEED WAR.
I AM SUING VOLVO FOR 100,000,000$!!!
Car Princess Diana died in was 'death trap' that had been written off and rebuilt, according to new report
A new documentary claims the Mercedes was written off and rebuilt

By Rory Mulholland, paris
31 MAY 2017 • 11:09AM

The Mercedes that Princess Diana died in in a horrific accident in Paris in 1997 was a death trap that had been written off but was later rebuilt and put back on the road, according to new reports.

The shocking claim was made in a new TV documentary and accompanying book that have just been released in the run-up to the 20th anniversary of her August 31, 1997 death.

The 36-year-old princess was being driven at high speed in a Mercedes S-280 after she lift the Ritz Hotel when the vehicle crashed into a pillar in a tunnel under the Alma bridge.

DiDiana, her then boyfriend Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul all died in the late-night crash. Her bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones survived the incident.

The documentary claims that the pool vehicle was used to drive celebrities around Paris and according to its previous owner had been written off by insurance firms after an earlier accident.r>   
The Princess of Wales walks amongst crowds of children waving flags during her visit to Cullompton in Devon, September 1990 CREDIT: TERRY FINCHER/PRINCESS DIANA ARCHIVE/GETTY IMAGES

The previous accident allegedly occurred two years before the death of Diana when a prisoner out on remand stole the vehicle and took it on a joyride in the countryside near Paris.

The Mercedes rolled over several times during that crash, the TV programme aired on Tuesday night said.

Investigations carried out by both French and British authorities concluded that the driver of Diana’s car, Henri Paul, was responsible for the crash that killed the mother of Princes William and Harry.

He was drunk and on anti-depressants when he lost control of the Mercedes as it sped through the tunnel that lies next to the River Seine trying to shake off paparazzi photographers.

Mr Paul and Mr Fayed died on the spot, while the princess died from her injuries in a nearby hospital a few hours later.
Lady Di had far more Popularity and
was a risk for the Queen of Death.
 The Prince of Wales and sons Prince William and Prince Harry view the sea of floral tributes to Diana, Princess of Wales, at Kensington Palace CREDIT: AFP/GETTY IMAGES

The new documentary, titled “Death Of Diana: The Incredible Revelation,” had a crash test carried out on the same model of Mercedes and a technical expert told the programme that it should not have gone back on the road despite being re-built.

Pascal Rostain, a well-known paparazzi photographer at the centre of many of the new details on the affair, said: “This car from the Ritz was a wreck, it should never have been put back on the road.”

“It was in a previous accident, had rolled over several times, and was then sent to be scrapped, but got authorisation to be restructured,” he said.

Mr Rostain is the co-author of a book called Who Killed Lady Di?, published on Wednesday, on which the TV documentary is based.
Curve Cut: The Picture above from British Media The Guardian.
A Cool Adventure Game in a Box...
Somewhere in a Specialized Library's Shelf...
Is not the same as the Game running in the Computer.
What is in the Shelves are Products, labelled with Colors.

Obama: 'The world has never been healthier, wealthier or less violent'
Obama: 'The world has never been healthier, wealthier or less violent'

Former president urges optimism and focus on progress at Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation conference, despite shadow cast by Trump’s UN speech
President Barack Obama speaks during the Goalkeepers conference hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in New York on 20 September. Photograph: Julio Cortez/AP

Liz Ford in New York
Monday 25 September 2017 13.21 BST Last modified on Monday 25 September 2017 13.22 BST
There’s never been a better time to be alive, the former US president Barack Obama told an audience of musicians, activists, comedians, innovators and royalty, gathered at the Lincoln Center in Manhattan on 20 September.

Despite the “extraordinary challenges” the world is facing – from growing economic inequality and climate change to mass migration and terrorism – “if you had to choose any moment in history in which to be born, you would choose right now. The world has never been healthier, or wealthier, or better educated or in many ways more tolerant or less violent,” he said in his speech, at an event for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Although the shock of the speech made to the UN general assembly by his successor, Donald Trump, the day before was still reverberating around the room, Obama called on the audience to reject cynicism and to look with optimism to the future. “Not blind optimism, but hard-earned optimism, rooted in very real progress,” he said.

Another speaker at the event, the comedian and host of the Daily Show Trevor Noah, said he liked to look on the positive side of life too – oddly, a task made slightly easier with Trump in the White House.

“I don’t know how to feel about him. He’s a paradox for me. I know that every day he’s going to make me laugh,” he said. “It’s like there’s a giant asteroid heading to earth, but it’s shaped like a penis. I know I’m going to die, but I’m going to laugh.”

Optimism was the buzzword at the Gates’ event and is the foundation’s philosophy. Its focus is to acknowledge and promote the work of people who are finding practical ways to change the world, whether that’s through projects to improve the life chances of young people living in deprived areas through education, or with new technology that allows vaccines to be kept cool without a fridge or ice packs in remote regions of the world.
Barack Obama, Melinda Gates and Bill Gates speak at last week’s conference to highlight progress against global poverty and disease. Photograph: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

But the foundation is nervous. Trump’s proposed cuts to the US aid budget is a concern: the country is the world’s biggest bilateral donor. As too is the president’s reintroduction of the Mexico City policy, or ‘global gag rule’, which restricts funding to overseas NGOs if they have anything to do with abortion. The US is the world’s largest donor for family planning.

Bill and Melinda Gates know that progress on reducing the number of child or maternal deaths, or reducing deaths from Aids and malaria, is fragile. Without enough money and political will, the achievements of the past two decades could begin to unravel. In a report published this month, the foundation projected that a 10% budget cut in funding for HIV treatment could mean the deaths of an extra 5.6 million people.

The Gates foundation is spending billions of dollars to accelerate action to meet the 17 sustainable development goals, adopted by the UN general assembly in 2015.

Last year, it announced $80m to boost efforts to reduce inequalities. Last week, it said $20m of that would support local women’s groups, which are the main force for lasting change in communities. Supporting grassroots organisations is nothing new for the foundation, but it has not previously targeted women’s groups.

The world can’t move forward if half of us are held back, said Melinda. “Often under the radar, women’s movements have been forging and winning campaigns for a better, more equal future for a very long time. You won’t hear much about these women’s movements over in the UN. [The work] has been largely unrecognised and largely under resourced. That’s slowly beginning to change.”

The extra resources were welcomed by women’s fund Mama Cash, which will receive $4.5m to hand out to its grantees. Zohra Moosa, the organisation’s executive director, said the timing couldn’t have been better.

“At a time when a number of forces are colluding to make it ever more deadly to stand up for what’s right, it is heartening to see funding that supports and backs the women’s movements defending our human rights, as well as the organisations that sustain those movements.”
It is time that Katherine Viner of the British Media "The Guardian" is fired because not only does she do Rude and Shameless Interventions in the USA's Affairs, but she is also trying to Generalize Skin Color Code Styles.

"Horror Head" - Curve

Fireworks, blue and green
I can see what they sing
But you are away
You always smile
Boxing ring
The back of mules
You can really see, from the inside

Across the room
There's a horror in my head
When the blanket is gone
From the floor in my castle

Where I see the sun from
There's a horror in my head
When the blanket is gone
From the floor in my castle
Where I see the sun from

In the comfort of this room
The challenge died
Remember you and me
We laughed 'til we cried

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