Friday 25 November 2016

South African Pastor Sprays Insecticide On Congregants 'To Heal Them'

Johannesburg (CNN)Images of a South African Pastor spraying insecticide into the faces of his congregants are circulating on social media.

Lethebo Rabalago, of the Mount Zion General Assembly (MZGA), in Limpopo, has openly posted photographs on his Facebook page of him spraying congregants with Doom Super Multi Insect Killer to cure various ailments.

A post from Saturday was captioned as if quoting a congregant, saying: "I came here with a pain on my back and stomach. Now, after the prophet sprayed me with Doom I am healed. My nose was blocked since last week, but after the prophet sprayed me with Doom I feel coming out of my nose. I thank God for healing me."

Thursday 24 November 2016

Hillary Clinton's Lead Expands

Hillary Clinton has widened her lead in the popular vote to 1.5 percentage points, a spread not seen for a losing candidate since the disputed election of 1876. Meanwhile, Ivanka Trump has taken steps to separate herself from her fashion brand, and President-elect Donald J. Trump has chosen Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina to be ambassador to the United Nations.

With new votes tallied from New Jersey, Illinois, Maryland and California, Mrs. Clinton’s popular vote lead reached 2,017,563 overnight, prompting new calls for an audit of voting machines in battleground states.

Monday 21 November 2016

Silicon Valley Wants To Break Away As California Nation.

Hyperloop One co-founder Shervin Pishevar proposed that California should secede from the United States to escape a Trump presidency
Pishevar tweeted that if Trump won, he would be 'announcing and funding a legitimate campaign for California to become its own nation'
He said he would call the potential sovereign body 'New California' and labeled it as the 'most patriotic thing' he could do

Other Silicon Valley investors support him like Cheezburger founder Ben Huh, Design, Inc. CEO Marc Hemeon and Path founder David Morin
The Constitution includes procedures as to how a new state can enter the union, but it does not say how one can exit
No state has ever seceded from the union in American history

Curves Steal The Spotlight During LFDW

Curves steal the spotlight during LFDW

Lifestyle and fashion journalist Latasha Ngwube launched the About That Curvy Life platform to empower curvaceous women.

As a curvy female, the plus-size fashion advocate is all too aware of the stigma faced by the plus-size community in Africa, and is using her empowerment platform to start a much-needed conversation about body diversity. In a first, plus size models took to the runway at Lagos Fashion & Design Week held last month 2016.

Sunday 13 November 2016

Help Hillary Clinton Wins

Hillary Clinton supporters aren’t ready to give up hope. A petition created Wednesday wants the Electoral College to vote for the Democratic candidate instead of President-elect Donald Trump.

“On Dec. 19, the electors of the Electoral College will cast their ballots. If they all vote the way their states voted, Donald Trump will win,” the petition reads. “However, they can vote for Hillary Clinton if they choose. Even in states where that is not allowed, their vote would still be counted, they would simply pay a small fine, which we can be sure Clinton supporters will be glad to pay!”

The petition doesn’t want the electors to vote for the New York businessman. “Mr. Trump is unfit to serve,” the petition says. “His scapegoating of so many Americans, and his impulsivity, bullying, lying, admitted history of sexual assault, and utter lack of experience make him a danger to the republic.” 

The petition adds Clinton should be president because she won the popular vote. “There is no reason Trump should be president,” it says. “She won the popular vote.” The latest poll showed Clinton had 400,000 more votes than Trump, according to  CBS News,  CNN and  NBC News.

'Kill the police!' Clinton and Trump Supporters Clash On The Streets of Indianapolis

'Kill the police!' Clinton and Trump supporters clash on the streets of Indianapolis and hurl bottles and rocks at cops, who blame 'out of town instigators' on another day of widespread demonstrations

Anti-Donald Trump protesters have shouted, 'kill the police' at officers as they hurled rocks and bottles at cops during demonstrations (middle inset) across the country against the President-elect. At least seven people were arrested in Indianapolis on Saturday night, with more than 500 protesters clashing with police in the city. The demonstration - held in Vice President-elect Mike Pence's state - was 'mostly peaceful' before 'police used what appeared to be a pepper gun on some protesters walking in the street', according to local reports. However, it then took a turn for the worse, and at least seven were arrested (middle). 

In Portland, police said 19 protesters were arrested in the city throughout the night as protests continued for another night. There were also protests in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Chicago and Washington DC. However, Trump fans began to push back against the protests, with some hitting the streets as well. One man drove a military-style truck towards protesters in Indianapolis (top left), another attempted to speak with protesters (right), and one woman drove the streets in her car waving a Trump sign (bottom left).

Friday 11 November 2016

Lady Gaga & Others Protested Trump Victory

There was misery for Hillary Clinton's band of Hollywood megafans as Donald Trump emerged victorious as American President.
Lady Gaga staged a protest against Trump outside Trump Tower, clinging to a sanitation truck with a sign 'Love Trumps Hate'.

She was then pictured looking emotional in a luxury black Rolls-Royce Phantom being driven away clasping her hands together. At midnight, she had taken to Twitter and wrote: 'Say a prayer America.'
Just hours before Trump cinched his victory, Demi Lovato was forced to apologize for making an insensitive election joke.

The Meeting Of The US First Ladies

Michelle meets Melania: First Lady's meeting with her successor is kept behind closed doors (despite warm public welcome Bushes gave the Obamas) and photo is only released after media pressure

First Lady Michelle Obama met her successor yesterday afternoon, greeting the president-elect's wife Melania Trump at the White House when she arrived and hosting her for tea.Press were barred from covering the visit that coincided with their husbands' 90-minute meeting in the Oval Office. The Trumps arrived at the White House via a private entrance on the south side of the building. They left the same way they came. A photo of the women chatting in the Yellow Oval Room was posted by the current administration hours later - and only after put pressure on the White House to release it.

Thursday 10 November 2016

Hand Of Friendship: Trump and Obama Meet In Oval Office

Hand of friendship: Trump and Obama meet in Oval Office and praise each other at 90 minute meeting that 'could have gone on much longer'

The most powerful man in America and the one Americans elected to replace him met at the White House this morning for more than 90 minutes in a public display of unity intended to help the country digest the shocking results of Tuesday's presidential election. The two men had never met each other. President-elect Donald Trump said he intended for the getting-to-know-you meeting to last ten to 15 minutes but it went on much longer, delving into areas of policy. 

US 2016 POST-ELECTION CHAOS (The Backlash Begins) 2

Anti-Trump protests turn violent : Cops clash with 6,000-strong crowd in Oakland and activists block roads in LA amid nationwide demonstrations that saw Madonna and Cher join 7,000 in NYC

The streets of downtown Oakland were choked with smoke Thursday as police launched tear gas and protesters lit fires, in what became by some distance the most violent of the many protests against the election of Donald Trump. More than 6,000 protesters were seen on the streets of the city with an initially peaceful march down a cop-lined street turning nasty after some protesters threw bottles at officers. 

US 2016 POST-ELECTION CHAOS (The Backlash Begins) 1

Cher and Madonna were among thousands of furious protesters stomping toward Trump Tower in New York City tonight to protest Donald Trump's shock election as president. Cher told one protester 'We have to fight' - and a fight certainly looked on the cars as the masses marched, holding aloft effigies, including Trump hanging from a noose, and placards reading 'Impeach White Supremacy.' That was just one of at least seven major protests against the President-elect this evening, as cities ground to a halt to accommodate the livid masses. 

Hillary Clinton Holds Back Tears As She Delivers Concession Speech

Hillary Clinton holds back tears as she delivers concession speech, wishes Trump success

Hillary Clinton has vowed to work with American President-elect Donald Trump, and urged fellow Democrats to allow him the chance to lead the deeply divided country. ..

“Last night, I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country,” the defeated candidate told supporters, holding back tears in her first public remarks since the Republican’s upset victory.

This is not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for, and I am sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country," she said. .

Wednesday 9 November 2016

Trump & Clinton Supporters Brawl Outside The White House As Violence Erupts Across America

Supporters of rival candidates clashed outside the White House this morning as Americans woke up to the reality of a Donald Trump presidency. Parties held on university campuses across liberal states soon turned into wakes as swathes of red covered the electoral college map. Jubilant supporters of Donald Trump celebrated wildly following their candidate's unexpected victory. Shortly before 3am EST, Hillary Clinton called her Republican rival to concede defeat after seeing Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida all turn red. Trump took to the stage and praised Clinton's hard work during her political career. Yet, on the campus of UC Berkley, students chanted 'not our President'. They also lit flares.

Donald Trump's US Election Victory Speech In Full

"Sorry to keep you waiting. Complicated business.

"I’ve just received a call from Secretary Clinton. She congratulated us, it’s about us, on our victory and I congratulated her and her family on a very very hard fought campaign. I mean, she fought very hard.
"Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. I mean that very sincerely.

"Now it’s time for America to bind the wounds of division. We have to get together.

"To all Republicans and Democrats and Independents across this nation, I say it is time for us to come together as one united people. It’s time.

"I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be President for all Americans and this is so important to me.

"For those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, I’m reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so we can work together and unify our great country.
"As I’ve said from the beginning, ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard working men and women who love their country and want better brighter future for themselves and for their family.


With so much odds and high level of uncertainty, the uncouth Donald Trump re-create History and won astonishingly in the just concluded US Presidential Election 2016.
Congrat Trump

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Monday 7 November 2016

Ibrahimovic Ends Goals Drought

Ibrahimovic ends his drought as his double and Pogba's stunner down Swansea with Mourinho watching on from the stands

SWANSEA 1-3 MANCHESTER UNITED 3 - IAN LADYMAN AT THE LIBERTY STADIUM: Manchester United's disappointing week ended with a win and it was Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba who won the game for the visitors. World record signing Pogba opened the scoring with a thunderous effort past Lukasz Fabiankski before Ibrahimovic netted a second-half double.

US Election: Just One Day Left In Clinton Trump Fight For The White House

After months of scrutiny, analysis and scandal, the race to the White House is very nearly at the finish line.

While many pundits have given Clinton the edge, polls have been tighter than anticipated.

Today President Barack Obama will rally for the last time for Clinton and, likewise, Trump will mount his last bid to get his message across to the electorate.

All eyes now will be on the battleground states where voters have just hours to weigh up the pros and cons of the candidates before making their decision - between two contenders billed as the least popular in history.

Among those key states is Virginia which, until Democrat Obama's victories in 2008 and 2012, consistently voted Republican.

But now, thanks to a demographic shift and the popularity of Obama, it has become a key player in the race.

Mourinho & Bags Of trouble

Jose Mourinho accused his players of treating their Europa League clash with Fenerbahce as 'a summer friendly' after Manchester United were beaten in Istanbul. Mourinho's side fell behind after just 65 seconds in the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium and Wayne Rooney's 38th goal in Europe - equalling Ruud van Nistelrooy's record for United - was not enough to save them from a 2-1 defeat. To make matters worse for the United boss, world record signing Paul Pogba limped off after half an hour.

Friday 4 November 2016

Trump & Clinton Sound Danger Warnings In Battle For Votes

Donald Trump has said a cloud of investigation would follow a victorious Hillary Clinton into the White House, evoking the bitter impeachment battle of the 1990s in a closing campaign argument meant to bring wayward Republican voters home.

For her part, Democrat presidential candidate Mrs Clinton and her allies, led by President Barack Obama, told voters to get serious about the dangers of Mr Trump.

As polls show Mr Trump closing in on Mrs Clinton in key battleground states, her campaign is rushing to shore up support in some long-standing Democratic strongholds. That includes the campaign's Michigan firewall - a remarkable situation for a candidate who looked to be cruising to an easy win just a week ago.

Mrs Clinton's shrunken lead has given Mr Trump's campaign a glimmer of hope, one he is trying to broaden into a breakthrough before time runs out, zeroing in on questions of Mrs Clinton's trustworthiness and a new FBI review of an aide's emails.

The attack is aimed at appealing to moderate Republicans and independents who have been the holdouts of his campaign, turned off by his behaviour but equally repelled by the possible return of the Clintons.

"Here we go again with the Clintons - you remember the impeachment and the problems," Mr Trump said at a rally in Jacksonville, Florida.