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Bibi1581 Blog For 04/20/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> Nobel Prize For Trump: Halt To Nuke Testing

North Korean leader Comrade Un cave in to “Old Man Trump” economic and military pressure and announced his country would suspend all nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launches because it had completed its goal of developing nuclear weapons.

The “baffled and bewildered” leftover “New World Disorder” governments around the world emitted a howl of approval, welcoming the news with a great deal of suspicion and caution.

As the new world’s self-appointed market mover, President Trump has found punch-bag to beat on: The OPEC.

Donald J. Trump


Looks like OPEC is at it again. With record amounts of Oil all over the place, including the fully loaded ships at sea, Oil prices are artificially Very High! No good and will not be accepted!

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A boom in the production of oil from US shale fields by early 2016, pushed crude prices below $30 per barrel, and in a dialectic response, Opec’s 14 member states and some non-Opec countries and signatories of the BRICK block such as Russia, agreed to rein in their oil production in the hope of boosting prices that hit three-year highs of almost $75 a barrel.



3…………> Ancient Punks: Mummies Tattoos


“I said, ‘Mmm, there’s a smudge on his right arm, I wonder what that is?’We had believed that only females were tattooed [in predynastic Egypt]. I really didn’t expect anything. And even through the glass, in the case, these two animals on his right upper arm just jumped out at me … that was a real surprise. A ‘jump-up-and-down’ moment,” said British Museum Archaeologist Dr. Renee Freidman when pointing a digital infra-red camera at a 5,500-year-old Egyptian mummy on display at the British Museum. 

But now her camera had also unmasked tattoos of a “Barbary sheep” and a “wild bull” on the arm of a mummy Gebelein Man, or “Ginger”, who died in a violent death 
after being stabbed in the back.

“I was astounded,” she said.

It has been suggested by researchers that drug use was popular in the antiquity, and one only can wonder if the unfortunate tattooed man named “Ginger” was stabbed in the back when he refused to give his iPhone to his meth supplier in lieu of payment.




4…………> Jungle Jabbah: Locked Up

A Liberian national named Mohammed Jabbateh, 51, a violent and ruthless Liberian warlord also known as “Jungle Jabbah,” who had been living in East Lansdowne, Pennsylvania was sentenced in federal court to 30 years in prison for immigration fraud and perjury. The prison term marks the longest sentence for a human rights violator case in the history of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center (HRVWCC), which supported the probe.
He was found guilty in October 2017 of two counts of fraud in immigration documents and two counts of perjury.

“Let today’s sentencing serve as an example of HSI’s commitment to bring to justice individuals such as Mr. Jabbateh,” said Marlon Miller, special agent in charge of HSI’s Philadelphia office. “Human rights violators will not evade justice and will be held accountable for their crimes committed abroad, nor will they find refuge here in the United States.”



5……….> Human Smuggler Slammed: Life In Prison

The driver-owner of a tractor-trailer used to smuggle illegal aliens named James Matthew Bradley Jr., 61, from Louisville, was sentenced to life in prison without parole, ordered to forfeit to the Government his tractor-trailer rig, plus approximately $5,600 in U.S. currency and a .38 caliber pistol recovered from inside the cab.

“Smuggling illegal aliens into this country disregards both our laws and their safety,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said. “The defendant’s actions, in this case, led to the agonizing deaths of 10 people. Were it not for his actions, they might still be alive today. This case is a reminder of why the Trump administration and this Department of Justice have renewed our commitment to enforcing our criminal immigration laws and why we are going to continue to work to secure our borders. I want to thank the fabulous Assistant U.S. Attorneys who prosecuted this case, Christina Playton and Matthew Lathrop, as well as our partners with ICE, HSI, CBP, the San Antonio Police and Fire Departments and the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office for helping us achieve justice. This tragic case is yet another reminder that Congress must end the incentives that encourage illegal immigration and alien smuggling in the first place.”

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