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Remembrance Day Remarks in South Georgian Bay

On this day, 75 years ago, a peace treaty was signed ending WWII, and ever since, on this day, we remember and honour the millions of soldiers and civilians who  died in World Wars I and II;  and the millions and millions more who died, or had their lives destroyed, in the over 250 wars since WWII.   But remembering those who died  is not enough.

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Why Is South Africa Complicit In Turkish War Crimes?

Although it accounts for less than one percent of world trade, the war business has been estimated to account for 40 to 45 percent of global corruption. This extraordinary estimate of 40 to 45 percent comes from – of all places — the Central Intelligence Agency (the CIA) via the US Department of Commerce.    

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