Billionaires have been told a conspiracy by the Kochs or someone to keep them scared and following the right wing program. They are expecting a dystopia. They need an escape hatch in case of climate change or outbreak or if the base finally get wise. If they just believed in mitigating climate change or in girl child education the world over or or sharing knowledge rather than coveting it and hoarding it to get more money they would not be so worried. I believe human ingenuity can overcome all these things (outbreak will be beaten back by Africans as they have more genetic diversity than the rest of the world and are our greatest hope for survival). Shhh. Don't tell the billionaires of the right wing that their will be financial meltdown if there is a dystopia and their money won't mean anything anymore. The billionaires are currently trying to figure out how to keep their personal security teams in place during the dystopia and not go back to help their own families and leave the billionaires on their own to cope. Guess what the billionaire right wing are not talking about saving? You. But liberals are.
'GROSS BETRAYAL': U.K. terror suspect had been given asylum
August 16, 2018
August 16, 2018 12:38 PM EDT
London terror suspect Salih Khater was granted asylum in the U.K. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The man accused of trying to run down pedestrians and cyclists outside the British parliament had been granted asylum after fleeing the violent Libyan regime.
The U.K. Sun reports that terror suspect Salih Khater — who loves Aston Villa and Celine Dion — is originally from Sudan and entered the U.K. illegally.
He worked as a farmhand for two years in the north African country before leaving in the days ahead of Libya collapsing in violent chaos.
Khater, 29, was later granted asylum in the U.K.
Cops stand guard outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Thursday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Cops say he remains in custody on suspicion of terror-related offences after investigators were given more time to question him and try to discover his motives. He is not co-operating.
“There is a growing view now that this may be less a carefully planned terrorist plot and more an act of extreme violence, sparked by anger and carried out in an extremely symbolic location,” one law enforcement source told the U.K. Sun.
“Regardless, anyone who sets out to hurt people deliberately in the same country that has welcomed them in — that represents a gross betrayal.”
According to authorities, Khater allegedly crashed a Ford Fiesta into anti-terror barriers outside parliament on Tuesday morning, injuring three people. Their injuries were not life-threatening.
Salih Khater fled the murderous regime of former Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi as the country descended into civil war. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Investigators have since raided homes in Birmingham — where he lived — and in Nottingham.
British reports suggest the incident in London is at odds with the young man’s past.
On his now disabled Facebook page, his favourite quote was listed as: “Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.”
The apartment block in Birmingham where terror suspect lived. His mosque is in the foreground. GETTY IMAGES
One of his friends, Osman Tergo, didn’t see any signs of extremism in Kater.
“I knew him very well, but haven’t *spoken to him in a while,” Tergo said. “I couldn’t see any problems with him. He has never been mixed up in anything like this — it must have been an accident.”
Another added: “I’m still in shock. I’ve known him for about a year and he is a very, very good man. He was polite, humble and he kept himself to himself.”
Mexican immigrant, in U.S. illegally, charged with murdering Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts
... Rahn described Rivera as someone who lived in a rural area and kept to himself.
Yarrabee Farms, a family-owned company that operates dairy farms in the rolling hills outside Brooklyn, said that Rivera had been an employee in good standing for four years and that it was shocked to learn he was implicated in the crime.
The company is owned by the family of Craig Lang, a prominent Republican who previously served as president of the Iowa Farm Bureau.
Canada also lacks the resources to put returnees under constant surveillance and does not have sufficient rehabilitation programs for them, he said. The Liberal government may also fear the political fallout of repatriating Canadians who were involved in ISIS.
The Toronto woman broke down as she appealed for help. She said the medical care at the camp was not good and the dust aggravated her asthma. She had been losing weight, she said.
“I’m really sick. My son, he has infection in his lungs.” She pointed to her daughter. “This one, she has asthma and the other one too. So, like, we’re getting more sick, you know.”
“I didn’t do anything,” she said. “I can’t take it anymore.”
“It’s not fair. We come from one of the best countries in the world and we’re suffering. Why?
“I’m so tired of this.”
‘I’m going to die here’ : Wives of ISIS fighters want to return home to Canada
Part 3 of 3 I posted the last part of the article click the link to read the long article
FUREY: Illegal border screenings “incomplete security portrait”— RCMP doc
October 15, 2018
October 15, 2018 8:50 PM EDT
A family approaches the unofficial border crossing at the end of Roxham Rd. in Champlain, N.Y. (Charles Krupa/AP)
An internal national intelligence report from the RCMP obtained by the Toronto Sun breaks down some of the security challenges caused by the recent influx of asylum seekers crossing illegally into Canada.
“The surge of illegal (between the ports) migration into Canada in summer 2017 placed a considerable strain on Canadian border and immigration resources,” explained the January, 2018 report, obtained through access to information laws. “The screening of these subjects through CPIC, NCIC, Interpol and PROS — time permitting — provides an incomplete security portrait, as subjects might hold records of criminal activity within local databases of their countries of origin. The RCMP requires access to local holdings to improve the detection of previously affiliated crime/gang members attempting to illegally enter Canada.”
The specific focus of the report is on how RCMP officers traveled to El Salvador in January in the hopes of gaining access to a group of comprehensive databases to help them screen people crossing illegally into Canada. The document lists the agencies and representatives the RCMP officers met with, but the names are redacted.
The trip was made after media reports circulated in Canada over concerns that some of the nearly 200,000 El Salvadoreans living in the U.S. under temporary protected status may try to enter Canada after that status is terminated in September of next year.
An MS-13 gang member. The gang has a reputation for being bloodthirsty. GETTY IMAGES
Their concerns are connected, the report explains, to the presence of the notorious MS-13 and 18th Street Gang operations in both El Salvador and North America. The RCMP sought access to the Grupo Conjunto de Inteligencia Fronteriza (GCIF), an analytics centre with access to dozens of Salvodorean intelligence databases.
A number of stories in Canadian media have told of El Salvadoreans fleeing the severe gang violence that they allege has victimized them. But these documents suggest border agents are not always able to guarantee that the very people causing asylum seekers to flee in the first place do not also enter Canada.
This summer the Sun first reported on how U.S. border agents arrested an 18th Street Gang member who crossed illegally into the U.S. after having first made it into Canada.
The office of Bill Blair, the minister of border security and organized crime reduction, referred questions on the matter to the RCMP.
“We work closely with our international partners and maintain strong relationships with law enforcement agencies around the world,” Sgt. Tania Vaughan, from the RCMP’s national communication services, told the Sun. “These relationships are fundamental to our ability to ensure Canada responds to the globalized threat from terrorism and other criminal threats to our national security.”
But the RCMP would not confirm whether or not they now have access to the GCIF database and whether it is used at the controversial Roxham Road border crossing, explaining that they do not disclose details on operational matters.