It Looks Like Hurricane Maria’s Next Stop Will Be Puerto Rico


My heart and soul ache! 🇵🇷 My country and nearby islands in the Caribbean are under the gun … Hurricane Maria, Cat 5, is heading their way!

Gronda Morin

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On the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, the Caribbean Islands are now facing the wrath of Hurricane Maria. The island of Dominica has been hit hard. It is now time to pray for a miracle where the already battered Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico will be spared the brunt of this storm.

Here’s the rest of the story…

On September 20, 2017, Danny Boyle and David Millward of the Telegraph posted the following news report, “Hurricane Maria: Puerto Ricans told to evacuate or die after Dominica ‘devastated’ and storm tears through Caribbean – latest news:”

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United Nations. Sort of.


Something to think about … no longer ‘connected’! It’s every man/woman for him or herself! Who cares about their fellow humans? … unless there’s a secondary gain!! America finally takes the mask off! 😳

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President Trump spoke to the UN today. In all fairness, it could have been worse. And, in many ways, it was a re-iteration of what America has been saying for a long time – we have a big military and we intend to use it, but don’t ask us for money to keep the other operations going.

Yet it was bad enough in one singular sense – there is no place for globalism even as we realize larger threats to the entire planet at once. It was a summary of everything that he and his followers stand for in many ways. But what will it mean to the rest of the world?

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A Sad Day for the United States in the United Nations


The people must rise … nothing else will correct this major mistake! That man is unworthy, in every sense, to be in the office he occupies … he has NO mandate!! 

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Trump’s Terrifying United Nations Speech

September 19, 2017

Statement by Melanie Nathan, Executive Director of African Human Rights Coalition on the speech delivered by the President of the United States, Donald Trump, to the United Nations General Assembly, today:

“For a President of a major world power to use the world’s peace-making platform to threaten war and the annihilation for 25 million human beings is despicable. Donald Trump’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly today was nothing short of reckless, terrifying, embarrassing, unacceptable and cause for great concern.  Americans are better than what was spewed out today at the UNGA. Trump’s threats conveyed through his pathetic childish posturing warrants action. This is not how the majority of Americans want to be represented. We must rise up!

We also cannot ignore Trump veering into a course of anti-human rights rhetoric through his excessive expression of isolationism, harping on the “sovereignty” of States – the…

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