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Bibi1581 Blog For 06/25/2018: Morning Edition 

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1…………> “Red Hen”: “Rotten Egg”

President Trump has joined the millions of people who were outraged by a second-grade restaurant called “Red Hen” refusal to serve a “fine person” like Ms. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press secretary, and instead asked her to leave.

Donald J. Trump


The Red Hen Restaurant should focus more on cleaning its filthy canopies, doors, and windows (badly needs a paint job) rather than refusing to serve a fine person like Sarah Huckabee Sanders. I always had a rule, if a restaurant is dirty on the outside, it is dirty on the inside!

4:41 AM – Jun 25, 2018


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End of the Twitter post by @realDonaldTrump 

The Yelp page of the Red Hen restaurant has become a political battleground after President Trump’s press secretary was kicked out of the eatery, and the number of posts has tripled since.

US government’s policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the Mexican border is believed to be the reason for the confrontation.





2…………> “Strong Men & Weak Women”: “Sultan” Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip “Sultan” Erdogan won over 53% of the electoral vote and is now granted extensive new executive powers following his sweeping victory, despite opposition cries that Parliament has been weakened, the post of prime minister abolished, and predictions that Turkey is now entering a dangerous period of “one-man rule”.

Mr. Erdogan, 64, has presided over a strong economy and built up a solid support base. But he has also a polarised opinion, cracking down on opponents and putting some 160,000 people in jail.

Congratulations have come in from around the world, though some Western leaders have been slow to react. Russian President Vladimir Putin talked of Mr. Erdogan’s “great political authority and mass support”.
What do the new powers mean?

In his victory speech on Monday morning, Mr. Erdogan vowed to bring in the new presidential system “rapidly”.





3…………> Enver Hoxha Bunker: Albania

Enver Hoxha was Albania’s ruler for four decades, one of the many forgotten Eastern Block dictators who has since sunk in the swamp of oppressors history, but his nuke-proof bunker is still alive, a silent memorial of iron Stalinist dictatorship, almost certainly build over the graves of political prisoners.

The 300 rooms top secret complex code-name “Facility 0774” is an affidavit of Hoxha’s communist paranoia,  spread across five subterranean levels, deep inside the foothills of “Mali I Dajti?t mountains to the east of the Albanian capital. It is a windowless, claustrophobic memento of the Cold War in one of its most overlooked corners.

Albania transitioned from one-party rule to parliamentary elections in 1991, but chaos and mayhem spread, followed by government collapsed that led to a loss of much of the country’s wealth. Some 2,000 people were killed and many military bases were looted in the resulting mayhem. Facility 0774 was one of them.




4…………> Bansky Murals: Paris

The Islamic Sheikdom of France’s tough anti-migrant policy has resulted in nearly 40 makeshift camps being razed in Paris in the last three years, a sign of the determination of President Grand Rabbinical Ayatollah Emmanuel Macron to shake the city image as a magnet for resettlement of a relentless wave of African and Middle Eastern pee drenched peddlers, including many Al Nusra and IS military age punks who seek asylum in EU under the umbrella of being “threatened” back home.

What’s the dialectic contradiction then? A mysterious British street artist seems to take aim at the French government’s crackdown on migrants and society’s capitalist values in a series of new and provocative murals in Paris. Judge it for yourself. 





5…………> “Islamic Wasp Nest”: Trump In UK


President Trump will be protected by up to 10,000 police officers in the Islamic May’sdom of the UK from any imaginable threat, starting with a knife, bomb or vehicles threats by mule-headed, home-grown Islamic State jihadists, to simple “kafirs” hating “righteous” Muslim citizens of the formerly Great Britain, who are counting on their fingers the day when the green banner of Islam will proudly fly over at 10 Downing Street.

During his three-day visit to the UK, the Donald Trump will attend a dinner at Blenheim Palace, a meeting with the UK Prime Minister at Chequers, a reception with the Queen at Windsor Castle. Finally, Mr. Trump is expected to travel to his Turnberry golf course in Scotland before heading home.