Conversion therapy has been widely debunked around the world. But it still takes place in China where tradition and laws discriminate against LGBTQ people. Fusion gained exclusive access to a man who sought the therapy, sued the company when it didn’t work, and later went undercover to show the practices these clinics offer.
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Source: Armstrong Economics, by Martin Armstrong
In Hungary, NGOs (non-governmental organizations) will have to be registered in court and their foreign donors will be disclosed. The Hungarian Parliament adopted what many are calling the most controversial laws of recent years. Prime Minister Viktor Orban, advocated the so-called NGO Law that obligates non-governmental organizations with more than 24,000 euros per year from outside the country to declare their most important foreign donors annually and to declare themselves as “an organization benefiting from foreign financing”. If they do not comply with this obligation, they will be closed in Hungary. The so called blueprint for the law comes from Russia, where foreign-funded institutions are branded as “enemy agents”. NGOs in Hungary have to register themselves from now on, and on their website they will be able to use the term “foreign-funded organization”.
There are a lot of people up in arms over this…
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An Al-Quds march by Muslims is scheduled in London June 18, 2017.
Kay Wilson who is an Islamic Jihad attack survivor has posted a video to London Mayor Sadiq Khan to cancel the march.
Source: Sarah Cronin via TheAntiMedia.org California made headlines last week when Governor Jerry Brown allocated a record $11.4 billion to the state’s corrections department in his May Revision to the budget, translating to $75,560 per individual — the highest per-inmate cost in the nation. Media outlets ran amok with headlines comparing the costs of imprisonment to […]
These are the 72 MPs that voted against making homes fit for human habitation
Posted about 12 hours ago by indy100 staff in News
Twelve people have been confirmed dead and seventy-five people treated in six hospitals following the fire in the Grenfell tower block in North Kensington Wednesday.
As indy100 covered yesterday, people have been sharing articles reporting on a 2016 vote on an ammendent of the Housing and Planning Act in the House of Commons.
Conservative MPs voted down a Labour amendment which sought to ensure all private landlords made certain their homes were “fit for human habitation”.
As the earlier article has explained, the law that was voted down pertained to private landlords and therefore would have had no effect on the Grenfell tower on the Lancaster West estate in North Kensington.
In addition, the Metropolitan Police have said it is too early to speculate on the cause of the fire
Despite the fact the two are not linked, people sharing last year’s news does mean that the contentious issue of the rejected amendment has been thrust into the public dialogue once again.
According to Parliament’s register of interests at the time, 72 of the MPs who voted down the amendment on homes being “fit for human habitation” were themselves landlords who derived an income from a property.
The 72 MPs who were registered as deriving income from property of over £10,000 a year and who voted against the law, were as follows:
Simon Kirby (teller)
Anne Marie Morris
Sarah Newton (teller)
(WWLP) – The FBI has released never-before-seen photos of a longtime fugitive on their Most Wanted List, who they say has connections to Massachusetts. Photo courtesy FBIThe FBI has been looking for Donald Eugene Webb for the last 36 years. He is accused of brutally beating, then shooting and killing then- Saxonburg, Pennsylvania Police Chief…