Sunday, July 23, 2017


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"So, are you telling me I can just switch ancestries whenever I 'feel like it'? Tell me more about this Rachel Dolezal gal..."

Shiva Ayyadurai, a GOP Senate Candidate and the inventor of email services has his eyes set on taking down the Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren and  has challenged the so-called “Native American” ancestry of Warren.

While, Warren had always presented nothing but “family stories,” to confirm her Indian ancestry, Ayyadurai planned a special surprise for her birthday.

In a tweet back on the 22nd of June Ayyadurai celebrated Warren’s birthday by uploading an image of an order that was placed on 23andMe for a DNA testing kit from Ayyadurai to Warren.

“Celebrate @SenWarren’s Birthday.DONATE $5 to to support REAL INDIAN vs. FAKE INDIAN DNA Test. My gift: HER DNA kit!” the tweet stated.

However, it was this Sunday that Ayyadurai tweeted that Warren had supposedly refused his much “thoughtful gift,” and has made him “deeply saddened.”

“I consider myself an embodiment of the American dream: an all-American Indian,” Ayyadurai was noted stating as he launched his election campaign and his campaign banners states, “only a real Indian can defeat the fake Indian.”

Ayydurai is noted as an India-born a 53-year-old entrepreneur and a Fulbright scholar and owner of several degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Furthermore, Ayyudurai had mentioned that the first ever vote that he had cast was in favor of President Trump and that he had never registered to cast a vote, prior to last year.

“After 1984, I broke with Republicans and Democrats, he said and that he realized at a very young age that “both these Establishment parties were two heads of the same snake — tweedle dee and tweedle dum.”

However, he stated that he believes Trump possess the “necessary force to disrupt a broken system that was no longer serving the American people” and that, Trump’s victory was “bound to occur… You can’t get away with fooling people over and over again. The truth is what intellectual and Hollywood elites are upset at … [It] is not Trump, but that they lost control over everyday people, who they discounted as inferior – a lower caste.”

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climate change

If Obama’s serious about climate change, it’s going to cost him literally trillions of dollars.

While leaders from the world’s richest countries met in Paris to hammer out a global treaty on climate change, a group of poorer countries were also meeting—and figuring out how they could turn the West’s climate guilt into a big bundle of cash.

According to The Times of London, these countries came in with big demands—totaling $3.5 trillion—in order to sign on to the controversial treaty.

The Times reports:

“Developing countries have added a clause to the latest draft of the text under which they would be paid the ‘full costs’ of meeting plans to cut emissions.

An analysis of plans published by 73 developing countries shows that they want $3.5 trillion by 2030. India alone is seeking $2.5 trillion…”

However, the amount of money is proving to be a contentious point. Developed countries have pledged $100 billion a year in financing to poorer countries, by 2020.

While that’s a massive amount of money, it’s a far cry from $3.5 trillion.

India’s environmental minister, Prakash Javadekar, said that the West was going to have to do better—since the billions his country is currently receiving is “not significant.”

The big problem with getting poorer countries to sign onto climate change regulation is the added expense. When countries like the United States and the United Kingdom industrialized in the late 1800s and early 1900s, pollution wasn’t a concern—meaning factories and technology could be developed cheaply.

But by adding more expenses to startup costs for industrialization, it makes it harder for countries like India to develop—hence why they’re basically saying that, if the West wants climate change so badly, they’re going to have to pay for it.

So far, no final deal has been made.


Environmental Disaster

The feds believe that spending $200,000 on a video game that focuses on the importance of clean water can be a total game changer...