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    5 Reasons Why America Is About To Become A Conservative Country

    America is going to become conservative country

    For generations, we’ve seen the political landscape in this country teeter back and forth between the Left and the Right. Usually about every 8 years or so, whichever political party is dominating Congress, the Executive Branch, and the state legislatures, is kicked out by voters and replaced with the other political party.

    However, there’s something very different going on this time around. Donald Trump’s ascent to the oval office represents a major shift in our society and culture, and I’m not talking about the intermittent shuffle of politicians that we see every few years. Instead, the pendulum is about to swing very hard to the right.

    I think that the political landscape in America is going to be drifting towards conservatism for the next 20-40 years. Though it may not be identical to what we view as conservative today, and it certainly won’t be the phony neoconservatism that dominated the past, it will be right-wing nonetheless. Here’s why:


    President Trump has already chosen one Supreme Court justice, and there’s a good chance that he’s going to wind up choosing several more (much to the dismay of the Left). Because of their advanced age, we may see three more Supreme Court justices retire or die over the next four to eight years, two of whom lean to the left.

    If Trump lasts two terms, we’re definitely going to see a Supreme Court that is dominated by conservatives for the next 20-30 years. So even when liberals take back Congress and the presidency on occasion, many of their most radical ideas won’t be able to take hold for many years.


    The percentage of the population that is foreign born hasn’t been this high since the early 1900’s, and most of those immigrants are liberal. That’s why our loose borders, combined with The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, have probably done more to bolster the ranks of the Left than any other law.

    But just as our nation’s political landscape tends to swing back and forth between the Left and the Right, so to does number of immigrants in America. In the short term, we can expect people like Trump to restrict the border and maybe pass laws that will decrease immigration to some degree.

    But there’s a long term trend to consider as well, because the election of Trump likely represents a turning point for our society. Considering how crucial his immigration stance was to his victory, it’s clear that a growing number of Americans want the border tightened up, and the number of immigrants moving here to decrease. And rest assured that in the near future, there will be more conservatives voting for politicians who will try to lower immigration rates, because…


    Over the years we’ve seen each generation of Americans become a little more liberal than the last, but that’s about to change. According to a study from last year, Generation Z, which represents kids born after the year 2000, is the most conservative generation since World War Two. To give you an idea of just how right-wing the next generation is, when asked if they are “quite conservative,” 14% of teenagers say they are, compared to just 2% of Millennials. That’s a mind boggling shift, from one generation to the next.


    The Left is about to pay a huge price for denigrating the family and traditional gender roles for so many years. Because liberal women tend to be more career minded and wait longer to have children, they often have fewer kids over the course of their lives. That’s why liberal states always have lower birth rates than conservative states.

    All of the states with a birth rate of of 60 or less per 1000 people are liberal, and all of the states with a birth rate of 70 or more per 1000 people are conservative. That may not sound drastic, but consider that these states still have a sizeable mix of conservatives and liberals. Even the most liberal states have millions of conservative residents and vice versa, which offsets the results. If ideology is really driving birth rates, then liberals are probably having very very few children. They’re probably not reaching the minimum replacement rate of 2.1 children per mother.

    When you consider how many values kids learn from their parents and carry into adulthood, it’s obvious that the Left has a serious demographic problem. The only way they’ve been able to create more liberals, is through immigration and through indoctrination in the school system. Unfortunately for the Left, they’re not going to have a stranglehold on our schools for much longer either.

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    From Kindergarten to college, our schools are breeding grounds for liberal ideas. That’s become abundantly clear in recent years, as we’ve seen the horrifying rise of political correctness and social justice beliefs on college campuses. These institutions are little more than indoctrination centers for the Left.

    But this isn’t going to go on for much longer. We have a whole generation of kids who were buried in over a trillion dollars worth of debt, just so they could get worthless liberal arts degrees that won’t ever help them get a job. They paid tens of thousands of dollars to be indoctrinated by liberal professors, before going back home to live with their parents.

    That’s why student loans constitute a bubble in our economy, and once it pops, colleges are going to have to cut back on many classes that don’t actually increase the earning power of students. Coincidentally, the fields of study that harbor the most liberal professors, are the ones that don’t help most students get jobs, like the arts, humanities, liberal arts, gender studies, etc. Someday soon, colleges are going to be forced to trim the fat, and many of these Marxist professors and diversity administrators are going to get the axe. Their positions are incredibly superfluous.

    As for the leftists public schools, let’s not forget that the number of kids being homeschooled is growing rapidly, and most of their parents are conservatives. They’re raising a new generation that isn’t going to be brainwashed by government run schools.

    And let’s not forget that the mainstream media, which has been largely wed to the left, is dying. So basically, every institution that the Left uses to teach its ideas, from the media to academia, is slowly crumbling away.

    In summation, everything liberals have relied on to bolster their ranks, propagate their ideas, and pass their laws, are failing. So there shouldn’t be any doubt. Over the next few decades, America is going to become a very conservative place.


    The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the original authors. This article was originally published here.

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    Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Alaska – Greatest Contributing Factor to Violent Crimes

    Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Alaska

    Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Alaska

    The greatest contributing factor to violent crimes—including domestic violence and sexual assault—is drug and alcohol abuse. Property crimes, such as burglary and theft, often have a drug and alcohol abuse nexus. It is also widely recognized that many of the accidental deaths that occur in Alaska are related to alcohol use. This is especially true in the western regions of the state and is evident in the statistics entered into the Alaska State Trooper case management systems.

    Drugs and alcohol continue to be a factor in intimate partner violence and sexual assault in Alaska. According to the 2015 Alaska Victimization Survey conducted by the University of Alaska-Anchorage (UAA), for every 100 adult women in Alaska, an estimated 40 have experienced intimate partner violence, 33 have experience sexual violence, and 50 have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence, or both. The survey revealed 22.6% experienced at least one alcohol or drug involved sexual assault in their lifetime. 2.0% experienced at least one alcohol or drug involved sexual assault in the past year.

    Alaska has the highest number of violent crimes in USA. Read details here…

    Drugs of Choice

    Alcohol, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, prescription drugs, and marijuana continue to be the primary substances abused. Synthetic cannabinoids appear to have impacted some communities while other areas of the state do not appear to have an appetite for them. Trends of poly-drug use (the use of two or more psychoactive drugs in combination to achieve a particular effect) are being widely reported, in particular the combination of heroin and methamphetamine.


    Alaska’s criminal justice professionals recognize that alcohol is the primarily abused substance in Alaska. Alcohol is often involved in many violent, suicidal, and accidental deaths, particularly in rural areas of the state. Currently, 109 communities have voted in favor of local option statutes prohibiting the sale, importation, and/or possession of all alcohol. Because alcohol remains legal in many areas of Alaska, bootlegging activities continue to be problematic in the local option communities.

    The economics of the illegal sales of alcohol is staggering. The initial purchase for the bootlegger 7 involves a minimal cash investment yields a significant cash return. For example, a bootlegger can legally purchase a 750-milliliter bottle of alcohol for $10 or less in an urban liquor store. The same bottle of alcohol in Bethel, Kotzebue, or Barrow, where the sale of alcohol is illegal, may sell for $50. In more remote communities where alcohol is banned, alcohol can easily sell for $150 to over $300 per bottle, depending on supply and demand.


    Cocaine continues to be a widely used and is a lucrative drug for sale in Alaska. Cocaine is available in most areas of the state and is seen in powder form. Crack cocaine is more common in the major urban areas such as Anchorage and Fairbanks. Cocaine is brought into Alaska concealed on passengers or in luggage, through ports of entry, such as the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. It is also shipped via the U.S. Postal Service or commercial parcel companies such as FedEx, DHL or UPS. The cocaine brought into Alaska is typically packaged in kilogram quantities and later broken down by dealers into smaller quantities for retail sale. In powder form, it is normally sold in gram quantities for $100-$150 and its primary method of ingestion is by snorting. Crack dealers use a process involving powder cocaine, water, baking soda and heat to produce crack cocaine, which is then sold in small rocks for $20. The primary method of use for crack is by smoking.


    Heroin is a highly addictive drug derived from morphine which is obtained from the opium poppy. It is a depressant that affects the brain’s pleasure systems and interferes with the brain’s ability to perceive pain. It can be found in a variety of forms. In a powder form it ranges in color from white to brown. Heroin also comes as a tar-like substance. Heroin is used in a variety of ways, depending on the user’s preference and the purity of the drug. Heroin can be injected into a vein or muscle, smoked in a water pipe or standard pipe, mixed into a marijuana joint or regular cigarette, inhaled as smoke through a straw, or snorted as a powder via the nose. The short term effects of heroin appear soon after a single dose and disappear after a few hours. After an injection of heroin, the user reports feeling a surge of euphoria accompanied by a warm flushing of the skin, a dry mouth, and heavy extremities. Heroin use is not isolated to the urban areas of Alaska. Undercover buys and interdiction of heroin have been reported in several smaller communities. Heroin is primarily imported into Alaska via parcels and body carries. Investigations have shown that heroin use crosses socio-economic boundaries.

    You should read this before you consider moving to Alaska…


    Marijuana is available throughout the state and is often viewed as a gateway drug for young adults and teenagers. The 2015 Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey conducted by State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services indicates that 19.0% of high school students used marijuana within the last 30 days. Demand for Alaskan-grown marijuana continues to be high as a result of its exceptional tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content. In November of 2014, Alaska voters passed Ballot Measure 2, an initiative to legalize recreational use of marijuana, allowing for the regulation and taxation of the drug in a manner similar to alcohol. The initiative made the use and possession of up to one ounce of marijuana legal for persons over the age of 21, beginning February 24, 2015. With the changes to Alaska Statutes regarding marijuana, SDEU does not place an emphasis on illegal marijuana enforcement. However, investigations will occur if complaints are received from the public. Frequently, investigators respond when state law and federal law are in conflict, such as transport on federally regulated commercial carriers. It is yet to be determined how the commercial manufacturing of marijuana and associated products will impact the SDEU.


    Methamphetamine use continues to be an issue throughout the United States, including Alaska. Methamphetamine, also known as meth, speed, crank, crystal, and ice, produces an increase in energy and alertness and a decrease in appetite. The effects, which include an intense rush, have been reported to last up to 36 hours. It can be smoked, snorted, injected, or taken orally.

    Methamphetamine labs have been discovered in recent years in single and multi-family residences in many neighborhoods. In addition to meth labs producing illegal—and often deadly—drugs, the clandestine nature of the manufacturing process and the presence of ignitable, corrosive, reactive, and toxic chemicals at the sites, have resulted in explosions, fires, toxic fumes, and irreparable damage to human health and to the environment. Homes where methamphetamine labs are present are reported to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation which maintains an online listing of these addresses, a link to which can be found below. Reoccupation of these properties often requires expensive remediation.

    Anchorage Police Department seized a significant amount of prescription controlled substances. Total value of Drugs Seized is $5,575,459.50

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    What should be done to stop the Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Alaska? Thoughts?

    Source: 2015 Annual Drug Report

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    Moving to Alaska? Why You Should or Should NOT Move To Alaska!

    Moving to Alaska

    Moving from one place to another place is a major decision of our life. There is no YES or NO answer to the question “Should I move to Alaska or not”? There are number of things one should consider before moving. You would either Love it or Hate it, there is no in between when you move to Alaska. Things you should consider before moving to Alaska and its pros and cons are followed by few facts below:

    Did you know that Alaska was controlled by Russia from the late 1700s until 1867. It was then purchased by the United States for $7.2 million.

    Alaska has a total population of 738,432 as of 2015.

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    193,105 people migrated to Alaska between 1970 and 2014 while 102,463 people moved out of Alaska.

    Alaska migration trend

    Things you should consider before moving to Alaska:

    Alaska, The Final Frontier – A Wild place

    Alaska is a dream place if you love nature. It is twice the size of Texas. Alaska has a population density of 1.3 persons living in one square mile. This makes it one of the best place to live for those who love nature.

    Did you know? Alaska has the highest number of violent crime, Read more details here…

    The weather! Long and Dark Winters – You must love winter to live here

    There is no other way to put it. It’s really cold in Alaska and it stays that way for a solid 6 months. The sun rises at 10 am in Anchorage and sets at 3 pm. During these five hours, the sun is low in the horizon and it doesn’t provide you that boost of energy you typically get from the sun while living down south.

    For every 100 adult women in Alaska, an estimated 40 have experienced intimate partner violence, 33 have experience sexual violence, and 50 have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence, or both. Read more details here…

    Alaska is far away from the rest of the United States

    Alaska is almost 500 miles from the rest of the Northern US. So you if are moving alone, consider the distance and the amount of money you need to spend to see your friends and family. The flights are expensive.

    You can get bored depending on where you are moving from

    Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city with a total population of 301,010 as of 2014. There are plenty of things to do in this city but your perspective might change depending on where you are moving from a larger city in the East Coast of from a small town in the Midwest.

    Cost of Living

    Cost of living, household, gas, housing etc is going to increase. Consider this additional cost before moving to Alaska. 2 liters of Coca-Cola costs $2.89 and Bread for 2 people for 1 day costs $3.19 (these rates vary depending on where you live in Alaska)

    There are almost half a million homeless people in US, more details here…

    An ideal place of hunting

    There are endless opportunities to hunt, fish, trap, and catch big game animals — as well as small game — year round. Big game includes moose, caribou, grizzlies, and black bear. Remember you need to secure the right license/permit to hunt.

    Long summer days

    The sun does shine for about 20 hours in the summer, but even those 4 hours in between, the skies are still dusky and not completely dark. The temperature goes to a maximum of 60 ºF. Don’t just jump into any lake to quick swim.

    High cost of moving

    Once you are here, it is very hard to move back to The Lower 48. People get stuck here. It is hard because of how much it costs to actually move all of your belongings back — even if you sell off many of them. It isn’t like you are moving across the border to another state. It is 1700 miles just to get from Anchorage to Seattle! Golden North Van LinesRoyal Alaskan Movers and Air Van Moving are a few moving companies in Anchorage. Moving companies prices vary based on the destination and type/weight of good you are planning to move.

    You get paid to live in Alaska

    The Alaska Permanent Fund is a constitutionally established permanent fund managed by a state-owned corporation, the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation. There are however a few conditions that you must fulfill to become eligible to receive this fund.

    James Cotton posted a comment on Facebook about this post which is worth reading:

    “Major drug and alcohol problems up here. The Fairbanks and North Pole area is infested with Meth users and labs.

    Overzealous police forces…they can’t catch a dope dealer or a murderer, but if you have a burnt out taillight on your car, you will get pulled over the moment you pull out of your driveway…and they often manage to find a way to get an arrest out of it!

    Severe misbalances in the judicial system, both criminal and civil. If someone does something to you (by criminal act or negligence…and they WILL!) count on getting very little recourse, if any. On the other side, you could find yourself facing a huge lawsuit for something that doesn’t even seem possible…and when that happens, expect to lose. Lawyers? None of them up here are any good!

    …and once you’ve been in the court system, for anything, even something like a divorce, good luck getting out!

    This is NOT a land of friendly, resourceful, competent people who take care of themselves yet will extend a hand to those around. It’s exactly the opposite! The overall population is entitlement minded, opportunistic, cutthroat and rude, and the general attitude is…if it’s outside of one’s own skin, it doesn’t matter.

    The work ethic here is horrible! Anyone who has run a business can tell you that getting their employees to just show up to work is the biggest challenge of business. If they do show up, there’s a high likelihood that they are drunk or stoned. They don’t care about their jobs, so most stores, restaurants, professional offices and other public facilities have very poor quality and customer service!

    There are quite a few things lacking in the state, especially around Fairbanks. These shortcomings are topics of frequent conversation, and an enterprising individual may seize on that and go forth with such, right? Not a good idea up here! Even though you may come up with a great product or service to fill a missing niche, once you do, nobody will support it, even though before those same people complained about the absence of such. Hell, even a marijuana club went out of business up here…in a state where marijuana is legal!

    Politics, especially local…rife with nepotism and corruption. Constantly, stories of local elected officials committing criminal acts grace the pages of the newspaper.

    Racism and accusations of racism abound, especially between the Caucasian and Alaska Native groups.

    Landlords are rather negligent and careless, and if you have pets, good luck finding rentals. Those few places that accept renters with pets ask for ridiculous non refundable deposits and charge almost half again the going rent for a place without pets.

    Professional offices and government agencies are very sloppy with their records, and if you have to deal with someone who’s job is to keep detailed and critical information, they will make mistakes! Some of these mistakes can be critical (such as DMV putting adverse license information or arrest warrants on the wrong license number.)

    … these are just a few issues i have observed (and fallen victim to) in the nineteen years I’ve lived here. I can deal with the cold and the dark. I can deal with the mosquitoes and incessant summer rain
    I can deal with the miles of nothingness around…but the culture… I’ve had trouble wrapping my mind around it.”

    There are many other key factors that are involved in decision making when you move in or out of Alaska.

    Let us know in comments why you moved in or out of Alaska and how this has changed you?

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    These Blackout Curtains by HoleRoll Turn Windows into Penthouse Views

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    HoleRoll is a Ukrainian company that makes these blackout curtains. Most commercially available blackout curtains block 99% sunlight and UV rays but these curtains create the illusion of being in a skyscraper penthouse after dark in the middle of the day.

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    The Most Evil Intelligence Agency in The World – CIA – A summary of its Atrocities


    There are tons of lists on the internet listing the top intelligence agencies in the world. These lists are basically a personal point of view of the writer. If the writer is from an Asian country, ISI (Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence) or RAW (India’s Research and Analysis Wing) would likely be on top of the list. The rest of the world thinks that CIA or MI-6 is the best intelligence agency in the world.

    The purpose of an intelligence agency is to protect the national interests and assets from internal and external threats. These government institutions collect and analyze valuable information to predict and protect the country from any possible security breach. Intelligence agencies report to some government institution and bound to work under the law of the land.

    There is however one intelligence agency in the world whose focus is not “protecting national interests” but “destabilizing other countries and committing crimes against humanity“.

    The title of the worst intelligence agency in the world goes to America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). CIA is also the deadliest intelligence agency in the world. CIA is also stands as the most powerful intelligence agency in the world in intelligence agencies ranking.

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    Let’s start from the beginning when the CIA was founded in 1947:

    CIA – Founded in 1947

    CIA was founded by President Truman when he signed the National Security Act of 1947, creating the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Council. The CIA is accountable to the president through the NSC — there is no democratic or congressional oversight. Its charter allows the CIA to “perform such other functions and duties… as the National Security Council may from time to time direct.” This loophole opens the door to covert action and dirty tricks.

    A Summary of CIA/US involvement in regime change across the world for the benefit of it ruling/elite class:

    China1949 to early 1960s
    East Germany1950s
    Costa Ricamid-1950s
    British Guiana1953-64
    North Vietnam1945-73
    Laos1958, 1959, 1960
    Dominican Republic1963
    Cuba1959 to present
    Costa Rica1970-71
    Angola1975, 1980s
    South Yemen1982-84
    Somalia2007 to present

    Some Details:

    Cover-acting Wind created in 1948

    In 1948, a covert acting wing was created called “Office of Policy Coordination” and its responsibilities included “propaganda, economic warfare, preventive direct action, including sabotage, anti-sabotage, demolition and evacuation procedures; subversion against hostile states, including assistance to underground resistance groups, and support of indigenous anti-communist elements in threatened countries of the free world.”

    Corruption of Democratic elections in Italy in 1948

    Italians communists were suppose to win this election if CIA had not intervened. CIA broadcasts propaganda, buys votes and beats up opposition leader. Eventually communists were defeated.

    Radio Free Europe Project in 1949

    CIA created its first major propaganda outlet in Europe called Radio Free Europe. It was illegal to broadcast/publish any of this transcript because it only propagated false news for several decades aiming to create a certain mindset in Europe.

    Operation MOCKINGBIRD

    This operation started in late 40s. The objective was to hire journalists and new organizations to work for CIA. Philip Graham was one of team member leading this effort and also the publisher of “The Washington Post” which became a major CIA player. CIA admits that its assets include at least 400 journalists and around 25 new organizations.

    Overthrowing Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran – 1953

    Mohammed Mossadegh was democratically elected Prime Minister in Iran. He was threatening to nationalize British Oil. CIA replaced with with the Shah of Iran in 1953 in a military Coup.

    Operation MK-ULTRA

    This operation was started by CIA in early 1950s and halted in 1973. The object was experiments on mind control. One of the part of this project including giving different drugs to Americans subjects without their consent or knowledge. Many of them committed suicide. This project was funded by Rockefeller and Ford foundations. The scope of Project MK-ULTRA was broad, with research undertaken at 80 institutions, including 44 colleges and universities, as well as hospitals, prisons, and pharmaceutical companies. The CIA operated through these institutions using front organizations, although sometimes top officials at these institutions were aware of the CIA’s involvement.

    Military Coup in Guatemala in 1954

    Jacob Arbenz was democratically elected leader in Guatemala and he was threatening to nationalize the United Fruit Company owned by Rockefeller. CIA director Allen Dulles also owned stocks in this company. CIA overthrew Jacob Arbenz and replaced him dictators. This new establishment projected their interested and killed almost 100,000 people in next 40 years.

    Vietnam 1954-1958

    CIA tried to overthrow communist Government in North Vietnam through officer Edward Lansdale who spent four years using all the dirty tricks. CIA was unsuccessful and repeated failures resulted in Vietnam War from 1st of November 1955 to 30th April 1975. The result was unification of South and North Vietnam as Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

    CIA’s Dirty job in Hungry in 1956

    Radio Free Europe broadcasts a secret speech of Khruschev amid inciting a revolt in Hungry. Americans also provided aid to Hungarian fighters. These efforts failed. A major Russian invasion was the result killing 7,000 Soviets and almost 30,000 Hungarians.

    Killing in Laos 1957 – 1973

    Pathet Lao was a communist organization, a leftist group and had enough support to be part of any coalition group. This was major problem for CIA and America. CIA carried out approximately one coup per year trying to overthrow Pathet Lao. The efforts badly failed even after CIA created a group of Asian mercenaries who attacked Pathet Lao. Americans starting bombing Laos eventually.

    Here are some other startling facts about the U.S. bombing of Laos and its tragic aftermath: (Source)

    • Over 270 million cluster bombs were dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War (210 million more bombs than were dropped on Iraq in 1991, 1998 and 2006 combined); up to 80 million did not detonate.
    • Nearly 40 years on, less than 1% of these munitions have been destroyed.More than half of all confirmed cluster munitions casualties in the world have occurred in Laos.
    • Each year there are now just under 50 new casualties in Laos, down from 310 in 2008. Close to 60% of the accidents result in death, and 40% of the victims are children.
    • Between 1993 and 2016, the U.S. contributed on average $4.9M per year for UXO clearance in Laos; the U.S. spent $13.3M per day (in 2013 dollars) for nine years bombing Laos.
    • In just ten days of bombing Laos, the U.S. spent $130M (in 2013 dollars), or more than it has spent in clean up over the past 24 years ($118M).

    CIA helped Papa Doc in 1959 to become the dictator in Haiti who killed over 100,000 people during their reign.

    The Bay of Pigs in 1961

    The CIA sent over 1,500 Cuban exiles to invade Cube where Castro was the leader under “Operation Mongoose”. This operation failed due to poor planning, security and backing. This is the CIA’s first public setback, causing President Kennedy to fire CIA Director Allen Dulles.

    Killing of Rafael Trujillo in Dominican Republic in 1959

    Rafael Trujillo was a dictator in Dominican Republic. He was a murderer and had full support of America since 1930. His business interests had grown so large that starting competing with American business interests. The CIA eventually assassinated him.

    CIA assassinated Patrice Lumumba in Congo in 1959

    Democratically elected Patrice Lumumba had a huge public support. CIA assassinated him but due to his public support, CIA was not able to replace him with their own man. The country suffered from four years of political unrest.

    Overthrowing Juan Bosch in 1963 – Dominican Republic

    The CIA overthrew the democratically elected Juan Bosch in a military coup replacing him with right-wing junta.

    Overthrowing President Arosemana in 1963 – Ecuador

    President Arosemana was overthrown in a CIA backed military coup.His policies were unacceptable to Washington.

    Military coup in 1964 – Brazil

    Democratically elected government of Joao Goulart was overthrown during a CIA backed military coup. General Castelo Branco who was inline with American interests, created Latin America’s first death squads. Later it was revealed that the CIA trained the death squads.

    During 1965 CIA overthrew governments in Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Greece and Congo.

    The Ramparts Affair in 1966 – Here in an interesting link detailing The Ramparts Affair.

    In 1967 the government was overthrown in Greece after a CIA backed military coup.

    Operation PHEONIX in 1967 helped South Vietnamese agents to identify members National Liberation Front also knows as Viet Cong and then murder them. The operation resulted in killing of 20,000 Viet Cong members.

    Operation CHAOS was exposed in 1968. CIA was spying on American citizens since 1959. CHAOS spied on 7,000 individuals and 1,000 organizations.

    Che Guevara was captured in Bolivia in 1967 during a CIA backed military operation. CIA wanted to keep him alive but Bolivian government executes him to prevent any calls for clemency.

    The notorious CIA torturer Dan Mitrione arrives in Uruguay in 1969 with a motto “The precise pain, in the precise place, in the precise amount, for the desired effect”. He was kidnapped and killed a year later. Read more about him here.

    In 1970 CIA overthrows Prince Sahounek in Cambodia.

    In 1971 CIA overthrows leftist President Juan Torres in Bolivia. His replacement was dictator Hugo Banzer who tortured, raped and executed over 2,000 political opponents.

    The Wagergate Break-in during 1972 was an operation where President Nixon sent a team of burglars to wiretap Democratic offices at Watergate. All these members had CIA histories.

    CIA overthrows and assassinates Salvador Allende in Chile in 1973. He started nationalize American owned companies in Chili which was the major problem for CIA.

    Internal Investigation in 1973

    William Colby, who was the Deputy Director for Operations at that time order all CIA personnel or reported all legal and illegal activities they knew about.

    CIA director was fired in 1973

    President Nixon fired CIA direct Richard Helms who failed to cover Watergate Scandal. They both always disliked each other. Helms was replaced with William Colby.

    Operation CHAOS was exposed in 1973. James Jesus Angleton was fired as a result.

    The House of Representatives cleared CIA of any involvement in Watergate scandal in 1973.

    Toppling Government in Australia in 1975

    Edward Whitlam, a left-leaning man, was the Prime Minister of Australia in 1975. CIA pushed the Governor-General, John Kerr. Kerr, to dissolve the government, which he did. Whole nation was stunned by the use of this never used before law.

    CIA backed war in Angola in 1975

    CIA was eager to show some performance after losing war in Vietnam. Henry Kissinger launched the CIA backed war in Angola, a country with no strategic importance to America, that killed almost 300,000 people.

    Arming Muslims extremists in 1979

    Soviets invaded Afghanistan in 1979. CIA immediately started to supply arms to any entity willing to fight soviets in Afghanistan. Soviets had to leave the country. The downside – A whole bunch of crazy fanatics had the state of the arm weaponry. The country still is a mess after 38 years.

    Massacre by CIA trained death squads in El Salvador killed 63,000 Salvadorans from 1980 – 1992

    Honduras – 1983 The CIA gives Honduran military officers the Human Resource Exploitation Training Manual – 1983, which teaches how to torture people.

    1986 – Nicaragua

    Nicaragua military shoots down a C-130 belonging to Southern Air Transport, a CIA front. This plane was carrying military supplies to Contras. The only survivor, Eugene Hasenfus, turned out to be a CIA employee just like the other two dead pilots.

    1989 – Panama

    CIA overthrows General Manuel Noriega who was on CIA payroll since 1966. He had been transporting drugs with the knowledge of CIA since 1972. His growing independence made Washington very unhappy so he had to go.

    1990 – Haiti

    Leftist priest Jean-Bertrand Aristide won the election by securing 68% vote. CIA backed military removed in from the government after 8 months in power.

    The Gulf War in 1991

    CIA created Saddam Hussein by providing him with latest weapons, intelligent, training and financial backing. US made him strong and powerful during the eight years war that started when Iraq invaded Iran in 1980. Later Saddam used the same power to invade Kuwait and that’s when US liberates Kuwait from Iraq.

    CIA failed to predict the fall of Soviet Union in 1991 which was the primary job of CIA – Collecting and analyzing information to fight communism. The reason behind the lack of prediction – CIA was so busy destabilizing other countries.

    CIA’s use for economic espionage increased starting from 1992 following the end of Cold war. This included the use of dirty tricks to steal technological secrets of competing foreign companies and giving them to the American companies.

    1993 – Haiti

    Aristide was returned to power after the removal of military dictators because Clinton had no choice but to remove him due to uncontrollable Chaos in Haiti. Aristide’s return was only possible after his acceptance of an agenda favoring country’s ruling class.

    CIA continued to destabilize many other countries during the next 25 years.

    Coup attempt in Iraq in 1996

    Planned and executed the 911 terror attack 

    2001 Afghanistan Invasion 

    2011 – Removal of Qaddafi from Libya 

    2012 – Arming ISIS and other Syrian Government Opposition Groups

    With the evolution and increased use of smart phones, CIA did the most nasty job in designing malware and other tools to hack smartphones, Smart TVs and even tried to Hack into latest cars.

    Project Scribbles

    A document-watermarking pre-processing system to embed “Web beacon”-style tags into documents that are likely to be copied by Insiders, Whistle-blowers, Journalists or others.

    Weeping Angel Tool

    An implant designed for Samsung F Series Smart Televisions. Based on the “Extending” tool from the MI5/BTSS, the implant is designed to record audio from the built-in microphone and egress or store the data.

    Project Hive

    HIVE is a back-end infrastructure malware with a public-facing HTTPS interface which is used by CIA implants to transfer exfiltrated information from target machines to the CIA and to receive commands from its operators to execute specific tasks on the targets. HIVE is used across multiple malware implants and CIA operations. The public HTTPS interface utilizes unsuspicious-looking cover domains to hide its presence.

    Grasshopper Framework

    A platform used to build customized malware payloads for Microsoft Windows operating systems.

    Anti-forensic Marble Framework

    Marble is used to hamper forensic investigators and anti-virus companies from attributing viruses, Trojans and hacking attacks to the CIA.

    Project Dark Matter

    It contains documentation for several CIA projects that infect Apple Mac firmware (meaning the infection persists even if the operating system is re-installed) developed by the CIA’s Embedded Development Branch (EDB). These documents explain the techniques used by CIA to gain ‘persistence’ on Apple Mac devices, including Macs and iPhones and demonstrate their use of EFI/UEFI and firmware malware.

    Other Project/Tools/Frameworks:

    Sonic Screwdriver






    NightSkies 1.2




    Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions since World War II (Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 1995)

    The 60 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time (Secaucus, N.J.: Citadel Press, 1997).

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    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams And The Results Are Creepy

    Polish Painter Zdzisław Beksiński (24 February 1929 – 21 February 2005) explanation of these paintings is something like this: “I wish to paint in such a manner as if I were photographing dreams.”

    The art work in creepy yet beautiful. There are some 300 paintings and what exactly is the meaning of each on might be explained by this statement of the painter: “What matters is what appears in your soul, not what your eyes see and what you can name.”

    So get ready to see his artwork and expect nightmares.

    This is highly impressive and disgusting at the same time!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    No mater what you must keep up appearances.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    What was in his head when he was painting this?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Lady Gaga’s new duds

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Is this a Cow?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    I’d call this “the before picture on a moisturizer commercial”

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Mr. Smith, YOU?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    The Affair?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Your new pet, Dave!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Hello Mister, You got something in your eye!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    New Dream liner?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Who wants this tree in their backyard?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    This one really got me depressed – totally disturbing!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    What do you think of this one?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    This is the face referenced in the Beatles tune, “Eleanor Rigby.” “Wearing the face she keeps in a jar by the door.”

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    I won’t be sleeping peacefully for weeks!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    This adds a really creepy dimension to the Graves opening up an souls going up into heaven.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares


    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    The face of civilization.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Look at the details in this painting.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    I’d call this one “social media”

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    The Mount Hell.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    You have to check out the details in this Painting.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    The door to internal hell.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Most of us felt like this at some point in life.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Can someone please explain this?

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    A transformation of death. The underworld revisted

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Don’t see the evil, Don’t speak the evil, we only hear the evil.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares


    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    This one is actually beautiful!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Maybe it’s symbolic for bleeding out the impurities.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    I’ve always wondered what daemon zombies taste like.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    The amount of detail in this is impressive!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    It looks like an image of hell in the movie Constantine.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    I personally Loved this one.

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares

    Let’s go hunting, Foxy!

    Polish Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski Paints Dreams and Nightmares


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    These Are The Most Dangerous States in America with Crime Statistics

    Dangerous States in USA

    USA with total population of 321.4 million (2015) is considered one of the safest country in the world. But no country is prone to crimes. FBI released its compilation of reported crimes in 2015, here is a glimpse of it:

    • 90,185 rapes were reported (These are considered based on the revised definition of rape that you can find here)
    • 15,696 people were murdered.
    • $390 million worth of property was robbed as a result of some 327,374 robberies nationwide.
    • Property crimes contributed to lose of $14.3 billion$12,420,364,454 was the total value of stolen property.
    • Firearms were used in 71.5 percent of the nation’s murders, 40.8 percent of robberies, and 24.2 percent of aggravated assaults.

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    Below is a list of most dangerous states in America based on the violent crime rate.

    10 – Alabama, ranks #10 in the most dangerous states in America

    ranks #10 in the most dangerous states in America

    Alabama Population: 4.859 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in South Alabama: 472 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 19.3%
    • Unemployment rate (Dec 2016): 6.2%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 42.38
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 2041
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 302
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 328

    9 – Missouri, ranks #9 in the most dangerous states in America

    Missouri ranks #9 in the most dangerous states in America

    Missouri Population: 6.084 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in South Missouri: 497 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 15.5%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 4.3%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 39.23
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 2,999
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 254
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 305

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    8 – Delaware, ranks #8 in the most dangerous states in America

    Delaware ranks #8 in the most dangerous states in America

    Delaware Population: 945,934 (2015)

    Violent crime rate in South Delaware: 499 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 12.5%
    • Unemployment rate (Dec 2016): 4.3%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 36
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 2062
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 331
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 326

    7 – South Carolina, ranks #7 in the most dangerous states in America

    South Carolina ranks #7 in the most dangerous states in America

    South Carolina Population: 4.896 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in South Carolina: 505 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 18%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 5.6%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 42.79
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 3,543
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 320
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 366

    6 – Arkansas, ranks #6 in the most dangerous states in America

    Arkansas ranks #6 in the most dangerous states in America

    Arkansas Population: 2.978 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in Arkansas: 521 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 18.9%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 3.8%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 59.43
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 3,407
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 401
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 346

    5 – Louisiana, ranks #5 in the most dangerous states in America

    Louisiana ranks #5 in the most dangerous states in America

    Louisiana Population: 4.671 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in Louisiana: 540 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 19.8%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 6.3%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 29.57
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 3,581
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 203
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 352

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    4 – Tennessee, ranks #4 in the most dangerous states in America

    Tennessee ranks #4 in the most dangerous states in America

    Tennessee Population: 6.6 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in Tennessee: 612 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 18.3%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 4.1%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 38.65
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 3,171
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 340
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 453

    3 – New Mexico, ranks #3 in the most dangerous states in America

    New Mexico ranks #3 in the most dangerous states in America

    Nevada Population: 2.085 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in Nevada: 656 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 21.3%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 6.2%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 70.72
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 3,171
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 172
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 422

    2 – Nevada, ranks #2 in the most dangerous states in America

    Nevada ranks #2 in the most dangerous states in America

    Nevada Population: 2.891 million (2015)

    Violent crime rate in Nevada: 696 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 15.2%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 6.1%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 47.80
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 2,835
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 240
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 372

    1 – Alaska, ranks #1 in the most dangerous states in America

    Alaska ranks #1 in the most dangerous states in America

    Alaska Population: 738,432 (2015)

    Violent crime rate in Alaska: 730 violent crime/100,000 people

    Other Statistics:

    • Persons in poverty(Poverty Rate): 16.6%
    • Unemployment rate (May 2016): 4.7%
    • Forcible Rapes per 100,000 residents: 45.82
    • Thefts per 100,000 residents: 3,069
    • Sex Offenders per 100,000 residents: 164
    • Assaults per 100,000 residents: 277

    Read this article if you are considering moving to Alaska.

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    Some of These Least Visited Countries in The World Still Have A Lot to Offer.

    25 Least Visited Countries in The World

    Around 1.25 billion people traveled in 2016 to explore the world. Everyone knows about the top tourist destinations across the world where most tourist would think of going. These include France, USA, China, Spain, Italy, Turkey, UK, Germany, Malaysia and Mexico.

    Least Visited Countries in The World

    Here is the list of least traveled countries across the world with number of estimated tourists arriving in that country:

    25. Dominica: 73,000 tourists

    Country in the Caribbean

    Total population: 10.53 million (2015)

    The Dominican Republic is a Caribbean nation that shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti to the west. It’s known for its beaches, resorts and golfing. Its terrain comprises rain forest, Savannah and highlands, including Pico Duarte, the Caribbean’s tallest mountain.

    Why so few tourists: Not enough tourists facilities. There is only one commercial airport that cannot handle a big aircraft.

    24. Chad: 71,000 tourists

    Country in Central Africa

    Total population: 14.04 million (2015)

    Chad, officially the Republic of Chad, is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest and Niger to the west.

    Why so few tourists: Political instability and huge number of rebels make it unsafe.

    23. Central African Republic: 54,000 tourists

    Country in Central Africa

    Total population: 4.9 million (2015)

    The Central African Republic is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is one of the poorest country in Africa and isn’t famous for anything.

    Why so few tourists: One of the poorest country and doesn’t offer any attraction for tourists.

    22. Liechtenstein: 53,000 tourists

    Country in Europe

    Total Population: 37,531 (2015)

    A very tiny country, you may never even heard of is landlocked between Switzerland and Austria.

    Why so few tourists: There is no airport. Country is very tiny (just 160 km²). There are though some amazing skiing spots and hiking trails that you should not miss if you visit this country.

    21. Djibouti: 53,000 tourists

    Country in East Africa

    Total Population: 887,861 (2015)

    Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, is a mostly French- and Arabic-speaking country of dry shrub lands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches.

    Why so few tourists: Very small desert country. Nothing to offer. No body wants to visit such a place.

    20. Sierra Leone: 52,000 tourists

    Country in West Africa

    Total Population: 6.453 million (2015)

    Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa, on the Atlantic Ocean. It’s known for the white-sand beaches lining the Freetown Peninsula. The capital city is Freetown.

    Why so few tourists: The country is knows for a deadly virus outbreak that happened recently. It still has some of the best beaches in the Africa. Getting in and out of the airport is a really painful. You have to either take a boat, a helicopter or a taxi to the capital city.

    19. Tonga: 45,000 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 106,170 (2015)

    Tonga is a Polynesian kingdom of more than 170 South Pacific islands, many uninhabited, most lined in white beaches and coral reefs and covered with tropical rain forest.

    Why so few tourists: In the middle of nowhere. Not easy to get here. Very few airlines fly to this destination. Though this island is a great diving and snorkeling destination.

    18. East Timor: 40,000 tourists

    Country in Asia

    Total Population: 1.245 million (2015)

    Timor-Leste, or East Timor, a Southeast Asian nation occupying half the island of Timor, is ringed by coral reefs teeming with marine life. Landmarks in the capital, Dili, speak to the country’s struggles for independence from Portugal in 1975 and then Indonesia in 2002.

    Why so few tourists: Doesn’t feel safe. Not many people even know that it exists. An amazing

    17. Bhutan: 37,000 tourists

    Country in South Asia

    Total Population: 774,830 (2015)

    Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is known for its monasteries, fortresses and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In the High Himalayas, peaks such as 7,326 meters Jomolhari are popular trekking destinations.

    Why so few tourists: You will need to have a guide with you at all the time while exploring the country. May other countries offer the same attractions with less hassle.

    16. North Korea: 35,000 tourists

    Country in East Asia

    Total Population: 25.16 million (2015)

    North Korea, officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang is the nation’s capital and largest city.

    Why so few tourists: Have you ever heard anything good about this country?

    15. Libya: 34,000 tourists

    Country in North Africa

    Total Population: 6.278 million (2015)

    Libya is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad and Niger to the south, and Algeria and Tunisia to the west.

    Why so few tourists: There was a lot of propaganda about this country when the Late Colonel Qaddafi was in power. The unrest now in this country doesn’t attract any tourists either.

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    14. Guinea-Bissau: 30,000

    Country in West Africa

    Total Population: 1.844 million (2015)

    Guinea-Bissau is a tropical country on West Africa’s Atlantic coast that’s known for national parks and wildlife. The forested, sparsely populated Bijagós archipelago is a protected biosphere reserve.

    Why so few tourists: Not many airlines fly to this destination. Poor infrastructure.

    13. Mauritania: 29,000 tourists

    Country in Africa

    Total Population: 4.068 million (2015)

    Mauritania, officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is a country in the Maghreb region of western Africa.

    Why so few tourists: Doesn’t have anything attraction for tourists. No credit card network works here.

    12. Federated States of Micronesia: 26,000 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 104,460 (2015)

    The Federated States of Micronesia is a country spread across the western Pacific Ocean comprising more than 600 islands. Micronesia is made up of 4 island states: Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap. The country is known for palm-shaded beaches, wreck-filled dives and ancient ruins, including Nan Madol, sunken basalt temples and burial vaults that extend out of a lagoon on Pohnpei.

    Why so few tourists: Far far away and not known to many people. The only airline that can take you to this place is United.

    11. Solomon Islands: 23,000 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 583,591 (2015)

    The Solomon Islands, a nation of hundreds of islands in the South Pacific, has many WWII-era sites. Guadalcanal, a province and one of the archipelago’s largest islands, honors fallen Allied soldiers at its U.S. War Memorial. Guadalcanal is also home to the nation’s capital, Honiara, whose bustling Central Market showcases the islands’ produce and traditional handicrafts.

    Why so few tourists: Far far way. Not easy and cheap to get here as not many airlines fly here.

    10. Afghanistan: 17,500 tourists

    Country in South Asia

    Total Population: 32.53 million (2015)

    The warn torn country Afghanistan officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is a landlocked country located within South Asia and Central Asia.

    Why so few tourists: Home to Taliban. The country can’t expect any tourists unless USA stops bombing this country.

    9. Comoros: 15,000 tourists

    Country in East Africa

    Total Population: 788,474

    The Comoros is a volcanic archipelago off Africa’s east coast, in the warm Indian Ocean waters of the Mozambique Channel. The nation state’s largest island, Grande Comore (Ngazidja) is ringed by beaches and old lava from active Mt. Karthala volcano.

    Why so few tourists: Not many airlines fly to this country. There are myths surrounding this country that the mosquitoes here carry malaria.

    8. Sao Tome & Principe: 8,000 tourists

    Country in Central Africa

    Total Population: 190,344 (2015)

    São Tomé and Príncipe, an African island nation close to the equator, is part of a volcano chain featuring striking rock and coral formations, rainforests and beaches. On the larger island, São Tomé, is the Lagoa Azul lagoon. Ôbo Natural Park, a biodiverse jungle preserve, covers much of São Tomé and is distinguished by Pico Cão Grande, a skyscraper like volcanic rock.

    Why so few tourists: It will take you a very very very long time to get here. Very expeisive rare flight to this small country.

    7. Turkmenistan: 7,000 tourists

    Country in Central Asia

    Total Population: 5.374 million (2015)

    Turkmenistan is a country in Central Asia bordered by the Caspian Sea and largely covered by the Karakum Desert. It’s known for archaeological ruins including those at Nisa and Merv, major stops along the ancient trade route the Silk Road. Ashgabat, the capital, was rebuilt in Soviet style in the mid-20th century and is filled with grand monuments honoring former president Saparmurat Niyazov.

    Why so few tourists: Bad reputation 🙁 Don’t believe what the media says, just go and see for yourself.

    6. Equatorial Guinea: 6,000 tourists

    Country in Central Africa

    Total Population: 845,060 (2015)

    Equatorial Guinea is a Central African country comprising the Rio Muni mainland and 5 volcanic offshore islands. Capital Malabo, on Bioko Island, has Spanish colonial architecture and is a hub for the country’s prosperous oil industry. Its Arena Blanca beach draws dry-season butterflies. The tropical forest of the mainland’s Monte Alen National Park is home to gorillas, chimpanzees and elephants.

    Why so few tourists: Very difficult to get hold of a tourist visa.

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    5. Marshall Islands: 5,000 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 52,993 (2015)

    The Marshall Islands are a sprawling chain of volcanic islands and coral atolls in the central Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and the Philippines. In the northwest, Bikini Atoll’s largely undisturbed waters, used as a ship graveyard after World War II, are now a popular wreck dive site. Near Majuro Atoll, which holds the islands’ capital and largest settlement, the coral reef at Kalalin Pass teems with marine life.

    Why so few tourists: Far away in the middle of ocean. United Airlines fly here and the tickets are really expensive.

    4. Kiribati: 4,700 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 112,423 (2015)

    Kiribati, an island republic in the Central Pacific, comprises 33 coral atolls and isles stretching along the equator. With lagoons and white-sand beaches, many of its islands are uninhabited, offering a remote setting for fishing, diving and bird-watching. The crowded capital, South Tarawa, made up of small islets, retains remnants of WWII battles fought on its shores, and is known for folk dancing and handicrafts.

    Why so few tourists: Not very well knows. Far away from the rest of the world and its expensive to get here.

    3. Tuvalu: 1,200 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 9,916 (2015)

    Tuvalu, in the South Pacific, is an independent island nation within the British Commonwealth. Its 9 islands comprise small, thinly populated atolls and reef islands with palm-fringed beaches and WWII sites.

    Why so few tourists: Not knows to the world. Difficult and expensive to get here.

    2. Somalia: 500 tourists

    Country in East Africa

    Total Population: 10.8 million people

    Somalia, officially the Federal Republic of Somalia, is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Ethiopia to the west, Djibouti to the northwest, the Gulf of Aden to the north.

    Why so few tourists: Extremely bad reputation. Violance, War, No functioning government result in almost no tourism activity.

    1. Nauru: 200 tourists

    Country in Oceania

    Total Population: 10,084

    Nauru is a tiny island country in Micronesia, northeast of Australia. It features a coral reef and white-sand beaches fringed with palms, including Anibare Bay on the east coast. Inland, tropical vegetation surrounds Buada Lagoon. The rocky outcrop of Command Ridge, the island’s highest point, has a rusty Japanese outpost from WWII. The underground freshwater lake of Moqua Well lies amid the limestone Moqua Caves.

    Why so few tourists: You will need a visa to get here and there are not many embassies of this country in the world. The total area of this tine island is 21 km² and there is not much to see on there.

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    These Travel Tips and Tricks Are Going To Make Your Next Trip The Best Trip

    top travel tips

    These travel tips and tricks are based on feedback and experience of many experienced travelers across the globe.

    Travelling is fun but sometimes things don’t go the way you want. Some of the mishaps can be avoided and some are part of the journey. These travel hacks are a few that you should try next time you are travelling.

    1. Be Patient

    Don’t get annoyed or anxious when something unexpected happens. Life is too short to be angry and upset. Remind yourself that it could have be worse. Did you miss your bus? No worries, there will be another one. Out of money? Hitchhike to the next town diving into the wilderness.

    2. Wake up Early

    Get out of bed as soon as you can. Less crowd and a few extra hours to explore your surroundings are the top perks of waking up early. Hardworking locals wake up early so go out and interact with new people.

    3. Take lots of Photos

    The saying goes like this – “Take lots of pictures, you’ll only regret the ones you didn’t take”. You may only meet these people and see these places once in your life so take as many photos as you can. Photos won’t take up space in your luggage and won’t cost you any money. Remember to take your shot then leave your camera and enjoy the view.

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    4. Keep and open mind

    People may have opinion and lifestyle that differs from yours. Don’t judge and listen with patience. You don’t have to agree but you will be surprised what you can learn by just listening to others. It’s arrogant to assume that your view are correct and better than others’.

    5. Have you heard of CouchSurfing?

    CouchSurfing is a community of travelers across the globe who share their spare room or couches with other travelers free of cost. One of the best ways to discover new places and meet new people is to try CouchSurfing. There are millions of CourchSurfers who are willing to host you and provide recommendations.

     6. Don’t be Afraid

    The world is not as dangerous as the media today wants you to perceive. Most people friendly. Most places are safe. Take calculated risks while traveling. You will see that normally everyone is friendly, trustworthy, generous and wiling to help you.

    7. Get Lost on Purpose

    Note down name of the hotel where you are staying. Pack a little bag and start walking on foot without knowing where exactly you are headed. This is one of the best way to explore where real people live and work. You will amazed with what you can learn by exploring the neighborhood this way.

    8. Backup your important stuff

    You never when you will get robbed or when you will accidentally loose your important things like your passport, laptop, ticket etc. So keep a digital backup of your photos and scanned copies of your important document on an external drive and also make a copy online. Always keep your emergency contact details written saperately on a paper.

    9. Never plan to cover more and more places

    Spend more time in once place and explore as much as you can. Never try to cover a dozen places in a week. You will end up being at so many places without exploring properly even a single one. Meet local people and get to know what’s special about that particular place.

    10. Make notes

    Always keep a notebook and a pen in your bag. Make notes of places, peoples and your feelings while you are traveling. This comes in so handy when you have to note down something or make a memory. Taking photos using your smartphone is one way, but writing it down takes it to a whole new level.

    11. Get out of your comfort zone

    Anxious about hiking? Go hiking. Not comfortable in talking to stranger? Talk to every stranger you meet. The more you do this, The more that anxiety will fade away. When everything is different and new about a place you are visiting, why not try something that you have never done before?

    Got some travel tips for our readers? Comment below.

    Read this: Things you should never do while travelling to USA

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    Man Pays Back Pizza Shop 13 Years After He Stole From Them


    Man Pays Back Pizza Shop 13 Years After He Stole From Them

    We all make mistakes in life.

    Some of us get the opportunity to make up for the mistakes we did in the past. It takes a lot of courage and mental strength to accept your fault and ask for forgiveness.

    It’s always better to take advantage of the opportunity to make things right. This would make you feel better about yourself and would help you get rid of regret and guilt.

    A man back in 2002 bought Pizza for his hungry kids and paid using his check which he knew was going to bounce. He has no other option but to cheat the Pizza shop as he was broke and had no money to feed his kids.

    Before the Pizza shop owners could realize that the payment by the customer was declined, he was long gone.

    The story doesn’t end here.

    The Pizza shop received a letter nearly 13 years later in 2015 form the same customer. 

    The contents of the letter were shocking as well as overwhelming. This letter was written by the same customer apologizing for what he did 13 years ago. He mentioned that he knew the check was going to bounce but he had no other way to buy food for his kids.

    Below are the contents of the letter:

    Dear Sir,

    Back in 2002 I bounced a check at your pizza shop. I was going through a very difficult time financially and was at the end of my rope. I had no money and a hungry child at home, so I wrote a check that I knew would not be honored by my bank. I’m not making excuses for my behavior, just applying some context.

    I think of this often and am incredibly embarrassed and ashamed at my behavior. I have visited your store several times in the last few years and have always wanted to confess and ask you to forgive me, but I have not been able to summon up the courage, so I just eat my pizza and leave.

    I have worked hard and built up a solid business over the past decade and feel that it is my responsibility to remedy the situation. I hope there are no hard feelings.

    I’ve enclosed a money order for $54.39. I came to this amount by assuming the original order was $20 and then adding 8% interest compounded yearly for the last 13 years.

    Thank you.

    Its never too late to apologize!

    See Also: A women saves a nigerian boy who is Abandoned by his parents! Heart touching!

    ManPays Back Pizza Shop 13 Years After He Stole From Them

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    Ever Wonder How Google Knows About Live Traffic And Where There is A Traffic Jam?

    How Google Know About Live Traffic

    Almost a billion people use google maps every month. It’s one of the best navigation tool that comes for free. The ability to find local businesses and review help us all decides where we are going to our next meal.

    Google also reports live traffic data for free in Google maps when you enable the traffic layer. Google maps also report traffic incidents and construction zones in certain cities.

    But how Google knows about live traffic Jams and other traffic related real time incidents?

    Google collects data from different sources, which are:

    1. All android devices with a GPS send location data back to Google (Yes with your permission)
    2. On all other devices: You send your location and speed data back to Google when you use Google Maps for navigation.
    3. Waze (Another navigation app) also contributes to Google’s live traffic feed
    4. In many countries Google has agreement with monitoring companies to collect anonymous data
    5. Google has contracts with public traffic department (highway authorities etc) to receive their sensor data anonymously.

    You May Want To See: 23 Things That You Should NOT Do While Visiting USA

    The result is live traffic situation in Jakarta, Indonesia:

    Jakarta Traffic Google Maps - How Google Knows About live Traffic


    Different colors on highways/road in Google Maps translate to:

    1. Green: There are no traffic delay
    2. Orange: There is a medium amour of traffic
    3. Red: Heavy traffic, expect delays
    4. Dark Red: Traffic is not moving at all

    How does google know what color to put on what road at any given time? The answer is simple. All mobile users who share their location and speed data with google help Google to figure out the average number of users on a specific road and how fast they are moving. The data is collected in a way that your personal identity is not revealed to Google or any third party.

    So one question that comes to mind is how does google still report a Green road (Traffic running smoothly) if there is no car at all travelling on that road?

    Google also collects data from different highway authorities and their sensors report data to Google and it is then reported in Google maps. Below is nice view of European highways:

    Europe Traffic Google Maps - How Google Knows About live Traffic

    Google also reports the time it would take you to travel from one location to another.

    Yankee to Meuseum - How Google Knows About live Traffic

    Read This: Top 10 US Cities With Most Homeless People

    Here the Blue line means the shortest route between these two points. Gray line is an alternate route which is 3 minutes slower.

    Yankee to Meuseum Trains - How Google Knows About live Traffic

    In most cities Google also give your information about how you can commute between two points using public transport such as trains, metros and Taxis etc.

    Yankee to Meuseum Taxi - How Google Knows About live Traffic

    Different options to hire a taxi between two points.

    Yankee to Meuseum  - How Google Knows About live Traffic

    Or you can choose to cycle 16 kilometers 🙂

    Another Interesting Article: Two Years Old Boy Abandoned By Parents Was Rescued



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    This Would Make You Believe That Osama Bin Laden Died in 2001 in Tora Bora

    Osama Bin Laden died in 2001

    There have been many speculations and theories that raid on Osama Bin Laden’s apartment in 2011 was “One Big Lie”. The mainstream media released a fake photo of dead Osama Bin Laden which was later removed.

    Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi stated during a cabinet meeting “We have credible information that Bin Laden died some time ago of a disease, If the US military and intelligence apparatus have really arrested or killed Bin Laden, why don’t they show him [his body]? Why have they thrown his corpse into the sea?”

    “We believe that what the US is seeking, by dictated media programs, to overshadow the recent awakening in the region through the release of such reports.” Moslehi said that the raid in Abbottabad was a PR campaign to divert the attention of US citizens from fragile state of US economy.

    The alternative narrative is that Bin Laden died in 2001 due to lung complication that started as a result of kidney failure. The mainstream media covered and reported all these reports back then and below are few of those links:

    On March 25, 2000 – Chicago Tribune reported that Bin Laden is suffering from Kidney and Liver failure.

    Bin Laden Suffering from Kidney and Liver Failure

    CBS news also reported that Bin Laden is dying from of Kidney disease but this story has been removed from there website. An archived link can be found here:

    CBS: Bin Laden reported to be dying from Kidney failure

    South Asian Analysis Group reported on 2nd of July 2001 that Bin Laden is getting treatment in Pakistan after suffering from renal deficiency, “Bin Laden, who suffers from renal deficiency, has been periodically undergoing dialysis in a Peshawar military hospital with the knowledge and approval of the Inter-Services Intelligence, (ISI) if not of Gen. Pervez Musharraf himself.”

    Again this article is removed from the main website saag.org but an archived link can be found below:

    South Asian Analysis Group: Bin Laden getting treatment in Pakistan after Kidney Failure

    A former General Counsel for the CIA was interviewed and he mentioned that DEA found about treatment of Bin Laden in a hospital in Peshawar. DEA wanted to poison Bin Laden but the CIA allegedly rejected this due to the ban on assassinations

    Interview with Former General Counsel CIA: DAE wanted to poison Bin Laden

    In 2006 New York times reported that CIA has closed the unit focused on capturing Bin Laden.

    NYTimes: CIA shuts down the unit focused on finding Bin Laden

    The Guardian reports in July 2001 that CIA meet Bin Laden in Dubai where Saudi Intelligence official Prince Turki al Faisal also meet Bin Laden. Bin Laden was in dubai for treatment where he arrived with his personal doctor and four body guards.

    The Guardian: 1st of November, Bin Laden meets CIA and Saudi Intelligence official in Dubai

    Hamid Mir meet Osama Bin Laden somewhere in Kabul where Bin Laden claimed that he has nuclear weapons.

    Dawn: Hamid Mir meets Osama Bin Laden in November 2001

    New York times reports that Bin Laden is dead

    NYtimes: Bin Laden is dead, December 2001

    Fox News also reported on same day that various sources confirmed that Bin Laden is dead and some 30 close friends have attended his funeral in Tora Bora in Afganistan

    FoxNews: Report: Bin Laden Already Dead December 26, 2001

    Telegraph also reports that Bin Laden died due to Kidney disease and it was nearly impossible for him to escape US troops for treatment.

    Telegraph: US casts doubt on bin Laden’s latest message

    28 Dec 2001

    Some other links that point to Bin Laden’s death back in 2001 due to kidney disease:

    The Guardian: Kidney failure may already have killed Bin Laden 19 January 2002

    CNN: Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Bin Laden would need help if on dialysis January 21, 2002

    BBC: Tale of Bin Laden’s ‘lonely’ wife 13 March, 2002

    ABC News: Experts Examine Bin Laden Tape 20 May, 2002

    BBC: Bin Laden ‘probably’ dead 18 July, 2002

    CNN: Sources: No bodyguards, no bin Laden 30 July, 2002

    Time.com: A Letter From Osama bin Laden July 08, 2002

    NYTimes: The Death of bin Ladenism July 11, 2002

    World Tribune: Israeli intelligence: Bin Laden is dead, heir has been chosen October 16, 2002

    CNN: Karzai: bin Laden ‘probably’ dead October 7, 2002

    CNN: Magazine runs what it calls bin Laden’s will October 26, 2002

    Rumsfeld says no clues to bin laden since 2001 September 11, 2004

    Washington Post: Bin Laden Trail ‘Stone Cold’ September 10, 2006

    As of 2011, Bin Laden has been dead for about ten years

    Osama died in 2001: MSNBC hit piece unwittingly reveals corroboration for Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik’s assertion

    BBC: Al Qaeda Does Not Exist

    Bin Laden’s Obituary Notice

    Mainstream media reported multiple times that Bin Laden died because of Kidney disease in December 2001. It is very unlikely that he was kept alive to be killed at a later time. There has been no visual proof given by the CIA after US troops allegedly killed Bin Laden in Abbottabad.


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