What happened to black Germans under the Nazis

The fate of black people from 1933 to 1945 in Nazi Germany and in German-occupied territories ranged from isolation to persecution, sterilization, medical experimentation, incarceration, brutality, and murder. However, there was no systematic program for their elimination as there was for Jews and other groups

Source: What happened to black Germans under the Nazis

Capital Health Launches Mobile Stroke Unit

“The Mobile Stroke Unit is the most advanced approach to stroke care in the United States. Initially trialed in Germany, the approach has been shown to be effective at delivering time critical stroke treatment to patients safely and quickly,” said Dr. Michael F. Stiefel, director of the Capital Institute for Neurosciences and the Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center at Capital Health. “Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. and a leading cause of adult disability. When you’re dealing with a disease where every minute matters, decreasing time to diagnosis and treatment is critical for a person’s outcome. Capital Health has consistently been at the forefront of advancing stroke care and neurosciences not only in the region but nationally as well.”

Source: Capital Health Advances Stroke Care for the Region’s Patients | Launches Mobile Stroke Unit | Capital Institute for Neurosciences

You People Made Me Give Up My Peanut Farm Before I Got To Be President – The Onion

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by Jimmie Carter

For generations, U.S. presidents have gone to great lengths to avoid potential conflicts of interest. When I was elected, I followed suit by placing my small business in a blind trust to assure our citizens that I would always put the country’s interests ahead of my own. It’s a vital presidential tradition. That’s why I find it a bit curious that our new commander-in-chief has been allowed to ignore it.

For Christ’s sake, you people made me get rid of my peanut farm before you let me be president.

 I grew up on that farm. When my father died, I moved back home and worked those fields with my own two hands to keep it afloat. It was a hard job, but it was so rewarding. It wasn’t just a business—it was the place I called home. Letting go of the family farm was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do, but I did it because the American people asked me to. I did it for their sake, without enthusiasm, but also without hesitation.

Boy, times sure have changed, haven’t they? I couldn’t help but notice that the current occupant of the White House owns more than 500 companies, has business interests across the Middle East and Asia, and owes hundreds of millions of dollars to banks he is now responsible for regulating. It seems a touch unfair that a bigger fuss was made about my little peanut operation than all his office towers, hotels, and golf courses combined. All I had was a farm, you know? A small, precious farm.

Seriously, it was just a few fields and a warehouse, and you idiots still appointed a special prosecutor and spent six months investigating it.

 Not a day goes by when I don’t think about what life would be like if I still had my peanut farm. I miss it so much. I miss feeling the sun on my face. I miss the earth in my hands. Sometimes, I’d go out to the fields before dawn. I’d watch the sun come up, watch it cast golden light on my plants, row by row. It was so calm; so quiet. Those were some of the best days of my life. It sure would’ve been nice to live out the rest of my years there, but I had to do what was right. I suppose only some of us have to.

God, I loved that peanut farm!

And where were my conflicts of interest, exactly? Seriously, do enlighten me, America, because I honestly have no idea. Did you worry I might be cutting deals in back rooms with the peanut butter lobby? Or that I might be too busy at harvest time to focus on the economy or the Middle East? Apparently, you did, and almost obsessively. Meanwhile, your new president holds a lease from the federal government to operate a $200 million hotel six blocks from the White House. I mean, come on!

Maybe I’m just a sucker. Apparently, all I needed to do was hand off control of the farm to my family. If I’d staged an elaborate song and dance about distancing myself—whatever that means—from all the day-to-day planting, picking, and salting, maybe I could have kept my peanut farm with the full blessing of you, the American people.

Besides, that peanut farm would probably be worth $200 million today, easy.

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The First Badass Female Guitarist: Meet Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the Godmother of Rock ‘n’ Roll

She influenced Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and countless others, but Sister Rosetta Tharpe was a legend in her own right.

She lived her life boldly, daring to play guitar aggressively at a time when female guitarists of any discipline were rare. She chose to embrace secular artists and audiences at a time when the black gospel community was loud in its condemnation of crossing over.

Source: The First Badass Female Guitarist: Meet Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the Godmother of Rock ‘n’ Roll

America’s Takeover of Hawaii

Yet another travesty perpetrated by the white people of America on a peaceful Black nation.

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The story of how the U.S. came to invade this small island nation is a shameful but largely forgotten chapter in American history.

I, Liliuokalani, by the grace of God and under the
constitution of the Hawaiian kingdom Queen, do hereby
solemnly protest against any and all acts done against
myself and the constitutional government of
the Hawaiian kingdom by certain persons claiming to
have established a Provisional Government of and for
this kingdom.

That I yield to the superior force of the United
States of America, whose Minister Plenipotentiary, His
Excellency John L. Stevens, has caused United States
troops to be landed at Honolulu, and declared tha the
would support the said Provisional Government.

Now, to avoid any collision of armed forces, and
perhaps the loss of life I do, under this protest and
impelled by said forces, yield my authority until such
time as the Government of the United States shall, upon
the facts being presented to it, undo (?) the action
of its representative, and reinstate me in the
authority which I claim as the constitutional sovereign
of the Hawaiian Islands.

Done at Honolulu this seventeenth day of January, A.D. 1893.

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Who Are The Illuminati

“A loose affiliation of millionaires and billionaires” (Paul Simon).

“The world is governed by far different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes” (Benjamin Disraeli).

“Give me control over a nation’s currency, and I care not who makes the laws” (Mayer Rothschild).

The Rothschilds

Conspiracy theory is the theory that most of the world is secretly governed by a small group of men who operate behind the scenes. Conspiracy theory is now an accepted turn of phrase but sometimes one hears the expression, sometimes whispered rather than spoken. “The Illuminati”.

MCCC, Rutgers-Camden sign nursing agreement to save students $20K

The agreement allows students to stay at Mercer County Community College for a third year before transferring to Rutgers-Camden saving them $20,000. Earlier this week Thomas Edison and MCCC also sealed a deal to help the nursing students.

Source: MCCC, Rutgers-Camden sign nursing agreement to save students $20K

No, You Should Not Put Jade Eggs in Your Vagina Because Gwyneth Paltrow Tells You To

Gwyneth Paltrow—purveyor of $15,000 gold dildos and sex-dust smoothies—is back at it again with another oozing spoonful of Goop for your sex life. Ladies, it turns out that the key to life is sticking a jade egg up your “Yoni.”

Source: No, You Should Not Put Jade Eggs in Your Vagina Because Gwyneth Paltrow Tells You To

Yahya Jammeh ‘agrees to step down and leave’ The Gambia | Africanews

How do ask for amnesty to give up the presidency, what the hell did you do to need it? This new president looks as much like a great man as Trump.

Source: Yahya Jammeh ‘agrees to step down and leave’ The Gambia | Africanews