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It seems as though the more things change, the more they stay the same: continuing a trend that dates back to 2008, Jews were again the single most targeted group for hate crimes in Toronto.

According to the Toronto Police Service’s 2017 Annual Hate Crime Statistical Report, the number of hate crimes in the city jumped 28 per cent, from 145 in 2016, to 186 last year. Jews were the victims in 53 of those occurrences, or nearly 29 per cent.

“In 2017, the Jewish community, followed by the black community, the Muslim community and the LGBTQ community were the groups most frequently victimized,” the report states.
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Ugandan President reminds us of the thing that matter

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Last Known Person Born in 19th Century Dies at 117

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(TOKYO) — The world’s oldest person, a 117-year-old Japanese woman, has died.

Nabi Tajima died in a hospital Saturday evening in the town of Kikai in southern Japan, town official Susumu Yoshiyuki said. She had been hospitalized since January.

Tajima, born on Aug. 4, 1900, was the last known person born in the 19th century. She raised seven sons and two daughters and reportedly had more than 160 descendants, including great-great-great grandchildren.
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MI pediatrician reportedly refused to treat a baby because its legal parents were lesbians

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Two moms say a religious Michigan pediatrician stopped seeing their baby girl because of what they chalked up to discrimination against their sexual orientation.

Jami and Krista Contreras learned of Dr. Vesna Roi’s rejection at their baby’s 6-day-old wellness checkup. Another doctor broke the news last October.

The pediatrician then weighed the girl, Bay, after telling the embarrassed couple that Roi “prayed on it” and said “she won’t be able to care for Bay,” the couple told the Detroit Free Press.

“After the appointment we were pretty much ready to run out of there,” Jami Contreras told the Free Press. “We’re new parents trying to protect (Bay). We know this happens in the world, but we’re prepared for this to happen in other places. Not our 6-day-old wellness appointment.”

Roi reportedly waited five months to apologize, addressing their concerns in a letter with religious overtones written on Eastlake Pediatrics letterhead.

The handwritten note, dated Feb. 9, stated Roi “would not be able to develop the personal patient-doctor relationship” expected between new parents and their doctors.

“I felt that was not fair to the two of you or to Bay,” Roi wrote.

The letter made no mention of the couple being gay, but the doctor appeared to allude to the couple's orientation.

“Please know that I believe that God gives us free choice and I would never judge anyone based on what they do with that free choice,” Roi added.

She then apologized for not telling them her reasoning face to face.

Roi, a 49-year-old pediatrician, has been practicing medicine for 19 years, making it her life's work to take care of babies, she told the Free Press this week.

“I love my families, my patients. I love my kids. And I have become very close with all my patients,” Roi said.
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US govt counterterrorism center accidentally releases ‘remote mind control’ documents

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The Washington State Fusion Center, a multi-agency counterterrorism center, accidentally released some puzzling documents this week: A dossier on the effects of remote mind control, a media report claims.

Investigative journalism site Muckrock filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the center, looking for documents on Fusion’s investigations into white supremacist groups and far-left activists Antifa. Among the trove of documents they got back was a file titled “EM effects on human body.”

The file contained an apparent explanation of the effects of electromagnetic waves on the human body. These waves, one document explained, can read and broadcast a person’s thoughts, manipulate their limbs, control their dreams, and create sensations, from agonizing all-over body pain to involuntary orgasm, the report states.

Another document seems to explain how electromagnetic mind-control weapons can be deployed by satellite, through mobile phones, or from equipment hidden in the back of a sinister-looking black van.
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Hillary Clinton knew there were concerns about her "likability" as a candidate, but as early as July 2016—just after President Donald Trump became the Republican nominee—she apparently decided she would stop caring.

In a new book on the Clinton campaign, Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns, and One Intact Glass Ceiling, New York Times reporter-at-large Amy Chozick recalled the Democratic nominee brushing off her staff's reminders about her foundering favorability.

"A week earlier, she’d cut off Joel [Benenson] and the pollster John Anzalone, as they walked her through the almost daily reminder that half the country disliked her,” Chozick wrote, according to the Daily Beast, noting that the conversation had happened around the time of the Republican National Convention. "'You know, I am getting pretty tired of hearing about how nobody likes me,' she said."
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Naked gunman kills four at Waffle House, flees scene, is still at large.

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A manhunt is under way after a gunman opened fire at a restaurant, with police saying he is to be considered armed and dangerous.

The man was armed with an AR-15 style assault rifle when he entered the Waffle House in Antioch, a suburb of Nashville, police said.

A customer wrestled the weapon from the gunman, who then fled the scene.

Six people were shot in total, including two who were killed in the car park outside the restaurant. The gunman then opened fire on customers inside the Waffle House, killing one and wounding another, who later died.

Nashville police hailed the customer who pulled the rifle from him as a "hero".

Police spokesman Don Aaron said: "The shots had stopped so he decided to rush the gunman, actually wrestled that assault rifle away, tossed it over the counter and, at that point, the gunman fled."

The 29-year-old customer saved many lives, he added.

The gunman entered the Waffle House restaurant shortly before 3.30am local time.

In a statement, police said he "was nude and fled on foot."

Police were searching for the man early on Sunday and it was unclear if he was armed with another weapon.

Police say Travis Reinking, 29, of Morton, IL, is person of interest in Waffle House shooting.
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Senior Engineer Alon Altman Wanted to Sabotage Trump’s Android Phone, Ban His Gmail Account

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Alon Altman, a senior software engineer at Google, pressured the company to sabotage President Trump’s Android phone, according to new evidence released via James Damore’s class-action lawsuit against the company.
Calling on the tech giant to use the “full economic force [of] Google for good”, Altman also suggested deleting the gmail accounts of Trump, his administration, and his aides for “abuse.”

Altman – who is still employed by the tech giant – also called on Google to blacklist “alt-right’ sites on the Google ad network (she falsely included Breitbart News in this category — an assertion refuted by a Harvard and M.I.T. study), and take down all “alt right videos” from YouTube.
Altman has been employed at Google for seven years, and according to inside sources, is one of the most radical leftists at the company. She was named as one of the key architects of political discrimination at Google by a whistleblower we interviewed last August. As we have reported, she has previously called on the company to discipline or terminate any employee who agreed with James Damore’s viewpoint diversity manifesto, which argued that there was an atmosphere of political intolerance at Google.

According to the lawsuit, when Google’s “Large Customer Sales” (LCS) team learned that the Canadian conservative news site The Rebel Media had been targeted by the far-left group Sleeping Giants, they used this as an excuse to advise clients to remove ad placements from conservative websites.
In a template email to Google clients, Marshall Self, Director of Agency at Google, recommended that clients take advantage of Google’s “wide number of controls, including placement exclusions and filters for political content” to remove ads from specific sites, apps, YouTube channels and videos.
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jealous white trash loser

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>>A man who seriously injured a woman and her cousin by throwing acid into their car has been jailed for 16 years.
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DNC sues Russia

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