MintCast Episode 2: Failed Coup in Venezuela, Forgotten US Atrocities in the Koreas, and Joe Biden’s Race Problem

MintCast co-hosts Alan MacLeod and Whitney Webb discuss current events in Sri Lanka, France and Venezuela and also delve into U.S. efforts to hide the real history of the Korean War, as well as Joe Biden’s history of teaming up with notorious American racists.
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#Envision2030: 17 goals to transform the world for persons with disabilities

Imagine the world in 2030, fully inclusive of persons with disabilities In September 2015, the General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Building on the principle of “leaving no one behind”, the new Agenda emphasizes a holistic approach to achieving sustainable development for all. The SDGs also explicitly include disability and persons with disabilities 11 times. Disability is referenced in multiple parts of the SDGs, specifically in the parts related to education, growth and employment, inequality, accessibility of human settlements, as well as data collection and the monitoring of the SDGs. Although, the word “disability” is not cited directly in all goals, the goals are indeed relevant to ensure the inclusion and development of persons with disabilities. The newly implemented 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development holds a deep promise for persons with disabilities everywhere. The year 2016 marks the first year of the implementation of the SDGs. At this critical point, #Envision2030 will work to promote the mainstreaming of disability and the implementation of the SDGs throughout its 15-year lifespan with objectives to: Raise awareness of the 2030 Agenda and the achievement of the SDGs for persons with disabilities; Promote an active dialogue among stakeholders on the SDGs with a view to create a better world for persons with disabilities; and Establish an ongoing live web resource on each SDG and disability. The campaign invites all interested parties in sharing their vision of the world in 2030 to be inclusive of persons with disabilities. Please forward your comments, suggestions, references and/or new information on the SDGs and persons with disabilities to or follow us @UNEnable on Facebook and Twitter and use hashtag #Envision2030 to join the global conversation and help create a world in 2030 that is fully inclusive of persons with disabilities.

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On February 1st 2020, President Trump will recognize that some races shall be granted their own states within America. Below is the path to Peace with borders drawn dividing the USA to the chosen few races.

Israel, the Jewish State has lead this program for seventy years and Trump feels that only certain races should get these same privileges. If you don’t find your races below, you don’t have the right to rage or protest. Simply pack up your belongings and move to a State of free RACE.

His program allows you to control your designated State by removing everyone who is not of your ethnicity, you can take their homes and personal property because it is your State now. Should you need to kill people, regardless if they are women or children, refusing to leave your State or give up their homes to you or your fellow race then the United States Military will back you with weapons to defend yourself!!

Anyone criticizing the Presidents plan to divide and promote his US Peace Plan will face a 20 year sentence and a fine of $1,000,000. If you protest you are “ANTI-AMERICAN” and by Criticizing or discussing this map it will be seen as though you wish death to America!



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I guess I’m getting fined, because there’s no state(s) for Germans. How about Wisconsin?

Coronavirus update: First U.S. case of person-to-person transmission confirmed, 195 U.S. citizens in isolation and WHO declares a public health emergency

A new U.S. task force led by Health and Human Services chief Alex Azar is the latest effort by officials to prepare for additional cases of the novel…
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The sixth case is the husband of the first confirmed case in Illinois, a woman in her 60s.