Sergey Lavrov’s UN Address

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Sergey Lavrov’s UN Address

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Addressing the world body from Moscow in its 75th anniversary year, Lavrov praised its post-WW II founders — despite failure of the organization to fulfill its founding principles.

Established in 1945 to prevent the scourge of another devastating global war, the UN was largely co-opted to serve US-led Western interests. 

Its secretary-general and other key officials are installed by Washington with input from its imperial partners.

Instead of pursuing a new era of world peace and stability, endless wars by hot and other means rage with no end of them in prospect.  

Instead of adhering to UN Charter principles, its secretariat, other organs, and key departments consistently breach them. 

Instead of opposing US-led aggression, key UN officials support it by failing to denounce what no one should be silent about. 

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Part 1: Mountain Man Rendezvous: Epic Cycling Adventure in Alaska

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Feature Article by Frosty Wooldridge
During our worldwide journeys around the globe, we’ve come across a number of epic moments during our cycling travels.  Some of them profound, some of them hysterical, some of them scary and some of them rich beyond measure.

Around the planet, yes, the Patagonia’s enthralled.  The Outback cooked us.  China overwhelmed us.  Asia saddened us.  Europe captured our hearts.  And, Antarctica, well, it froze our butts off.

But you seldom hear about cycling to Alaska.  Yes, some have ridden from the Arctic Ocean to the bottom of South America. We’ve ridden much of that journey ourselves.  Others have ridden from the states to the Arctic Circle on the Dalton or Dempster Highways.  That’s what we did!  Stories, well, I could write another book on our escapades into the roaring wilderness of Alaska.

This chapter needs a little airing into the cycling world.  It’s got a few twists, turns and ‘moment
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Read more on this subject: Declare Your Independence with Ernest HancockDeclare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock – Radio Radio/Video Program on 2020-09-22James Lee (Climate Viewer) provides an update on weather modification, climate change, The En… Continue reading

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Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock – Radio Radio/Video Program on 2020-09-21
Due to technical limitations, there will be no live-stream. 

PODCAST –  With the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg, Ernest does a special PODCAST with Dr Phranq Tamburri = Trump Report; What’s next with SCOTUS Election?? No live-stream – however, we will post MP3 after the podcast this afternoon

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Here's Why Biogas May Be the Best Fuel for Preppers

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News Story Source: Natural News – by J.G. Martinez
With the current situation in Venezuela, the people there may have to start looking for ways to get the fuel they need. Maybe it’s time they consider other alternatives, like Biogas. With a decent amount of knowledge and a few supplies to build a basic setup some of them could have biogas quicker than they could get fuel from the stations!

Previously in my other articles, I mentioned the advantages of diesel and Biogas. More precisely, Methane CH4, as Biogas varies in its composition depending on some other gas compounds. In this article, we will look closely at the biogas option.

Resource diversification: the many uses of Biogas

Disclaimer: I have no first-hand experience using Biogas in my engines.

Diesel was an excellent choice until I found out the refinery producing it seems to be in trouble. Once I find a suitable fuel for the challenging years ahead in Venezuela, I will cover that in an article. I may even make a poll in my small town to overview h
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