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    In a Locked-Down World, Haiti Remains Open for Tourists

    Part 2 By Dean Karalekas For lunch, we rode back to Jalousie, one of Haiti’s largest slums, whose people live lives of privation and dignity in the face of unimaginable hardship. This Port-au-Prince neighbourhood is easily recognizable even to people who have never been here: it is the pastel-painted favela—at least, when viewed from the […] More

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    Election Results in – America lost

    And the results are in, America lost and it lost big. With the final tallies now being counted it appears that Joe Biden will become the 46th President of the United States and that the Donald Trump experiment is now over. The current aftermath is that there will be legal challenges from team Trump, which […] More

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    Does Russia Have A Space Army?

    Does Russia have a space army? Hell yeah and its super bad ass! Following the media frenzy as ”Trump announces space force” and following the additional excitement around the first US Space Force recruitment video being released today, the Reaper Feed team decided to delve deeper into the realm of sending armed men into space […] More

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    Brexit Party to be Rebranded so Farage can stay on TV…

    I don’t read nearly as much British politics as I probably should do. There’s a number of reasons for this, but mostly because it is fucking boring. As an expat in Asia, we find it amazing how badly the Brits are dealing with Coronavirus, but most worryingly how much everyone just complains, such as our […] More

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    Is Rojava Anarchist?

    In a previous article we looked at the background to Rojava, a budding anarchist state in Syria. Now we are going to explore the question ‘Is Rojava Anarchist?’ As we wrote, “Anarchy, in its simplest form, is the idea that there should exist no hierarchies and that the state should be dissolved.” To take that […] More

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    Chinese City Wants Street Names That Sound More Chinese, Less Foreign

    The civil affairs authorities of the Chinese city of Qingdao in Shandong province have released a regulation on naming roads, which forbids names after state leaders, foreigners and foreign places, following a nationwide battle against “non-standard” names of places. It is believed to be the first road naming rule for anywhere flying the flag of […] More

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    The almost parties of the US election

    Democrats, Republicans? OK, but what about the almost parties of the US Election? If you’ve been following the US election at all, we will excuse you if you are a little confused. Both sides are claiming victory, no one really understands how the system works, and it is a bit a shit show. The Electoral […] More

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    Woman brings 23 relatives to her blind date with a $3000 bill

    A single woman in China has seen her blind date gone horribly wrong after bringing along dozens of her relatives to the romantic occasion to test her companion’s generosity, according to local Chinese reports. Without telling her date in advance, the Chinese woman allegedly showed up with 23 family members and turned their romantic candle-light […] More

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