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The goal is for Abramovic to be charged with the one million volts, following which she will try to extinguish a candle flame using a stream of electricity coming from her fingers.
the project is in conjunction with luxury dessert brand Kreëmart and Abramović wants her audience to really taste her, or "eat her."
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
a reply to: abago71
The airline is Condor Flugdienst. Out of Germany. Ticket numbers for flights on the AL would start with 881.
Sandberg detailed some of the steps Facebook is taking to let users opt out of sharing some but not all of their data, like choosing not to hear from specific advertisers.
Sandberg said Facebook doesn't sell or give away its users’ information, even though "our service depends on your data."
So "we don't have an opt-out at the highest level," she acknowledged. "That would be a paid product."
So Hillary Clinton visited a literal witch's coven -- this is how they describe themselves -- called The Wing last night. The company is run by the ex-girlfriend of pedophile Satanist Terry Richardson!
Google Richardson -- he's an absolute demonic monster!
You just can't make this stuff up. How much more evidence do we need to understand that Hillary & her elite friends are full blown Satanists?!
I've had enough of this garbage today, headed for a run!
#QAnon #Pedogate #Pizzagate #TheGreatAwakening #TheStorm #followthewhiterabbit #WeThePeople
Note: There are numerous photos take of Barack Obama by Satanist Terry Richardson
MOSUL, Iraq — Weeks after the militants seized the city, as fighters roamed the streets and religious extremists rewrote the laws, an order rang out from the loudspeakers of local mosques.
Public servants, the speakers blared, were to report to their former offices.
To make sure every government worker got the message, the militants followed up with phone calls to supervisors. When one tried to beg off, citing a back injury, he was told: “If you don’t show up, we’ll come and break your back ourselves.”
RUKMINI CALLIMACHI, a New York Times foreign correspondent, has covered ISIS since 2014. She has tracked the group's rise around the world from their encrypted, online chatrooms to on-the-ground reporting on four continents. Her new audio series, Caliphate, launches later this month.
The phone call reached Muhammad Nasser Hamoud, a 19-year veteran of the Iraqi Directorate of Agriculture, behind the locked gate of his home, where he was hiding with his family. Terrified but unsure what else to do, he and his colleagues trudged back to their six-story office complex decorated with posters of seed hybrids.
They arrived to find chairs lined up in neat rows, as if for a lecture.
The commander who strode in sat facing the room, his leg splayed out so that everyone could see the pistol holstered to his thigh. For a moment, the only sounds were the hurried prayers of the civil servants mumbling under their breath.
Their fears proved unfounded. Though he spoke in a menacing tone, the commander had a surprisingly tame request: Resume your jobs immediately, he told them. A sign-in sheet would be placed at the entrance to each department. Those who failed to show up would be punished.
Meetings like this one occurred throughout the territory controlled by the Islamic State in 2014. Soon municipal employees were back fixing potholes, painting crosswalks, repairing power lines and overseeing payroll.
“We had no choice but to go back to work,” said Mr. Hamoud. “We did the same job as before. Except we were now serving a terrorist group.”
The disheveled fighters who burst out of the desert more than three years ago founded a state that was acknowledged by no one except themselves. And yet for nearly three years, the Islamic State controlled a stretch of land that at one point was the size of Britain, with a population estimated at 12 million people. At its peak, it included a 100-mile coastline in Libya, a section of Nigeria’s lawless forests and a city in the Philippines, as well as colonies in at least 13 other countries. By far the largest city under their rule was Mosul.
The Justice Department failed to meet an initial deadline to give the House Judiciary Committee 1.2 million documents related to the charging decisions in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, possible abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility's recommendation to fire former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
A Republican Judiciary Committee aide told Fox News late Thursday that the Justice Department had "not yet" complied with the March 22 subpoena issued by committee chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va. The aide added that the committee was "working with officials at DOJ to take immediate steps to comply with the subpoena and produce documents to the Committee."
A Justice Department official confirmed to Fox News that the department was "in ongoing communication with Chairman Goodlatte."
Goodlatte had previously requested documents related to the Clinton email investigation and noted last month that only a "fraction" of those documents had been produced, with "no documents" provided related to the request on potential FISA abuses.
"Given the Department’s ongoing delays in producing these documents, I am left with no choice but to issue the enclosed subpoena to compel production of these documents," Goodlatte wrote in his March 22 letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The Justice Department said at the time that more than two dozen FBI staff had been assisting the DOJ in producing "on a rolling basis” responsive documents to the Committee’s "broad request every 10 to 14 days."
Mexican drug lords are forcing new members of two drug cartels to eat the hearts of their murder victims as part of a vicious initiation rite. New recruits of the La Familia Michoacana and the Knights Templar cartels were forced to eat human hearts during ritualistic ceremonies designed to weed out disloyal infiltrators, Reuters reported Tuesday.
In 2003, the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Bureau sought to block reports that some restaurants in the southern province had cooked dead babies in soups and sold the food to businessmen from Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Learned cannibalism, as termed by Key Ray Chong, is quite the opposite of its survival-orientated counterpart, and is widely considered to be "an expression of love and hatred, and a peculiar extension of Confucian doctrine
The idea that the consumption of human flesh could have medicinal effects has, throughout the years, even driven some to commit murder: one report details the crimes of a eunuch, who ate the flesh of virgin boys to try and restore his sexual ability; another recounts the story of a man, who drank the blood of young women in a desperate attempt at rejuvenation. Chinese literate has also experienced its fair share of medicinal cannibalism. In the iconic novel "Medicine", written by the famous Chinese literator Lu Xun（1881-1936), we learn about an executioner, who secretly sold steamed bread soaked in the blood of executed prisoners (血饅頭) as a cure for "consumption"
In 2004, The Sydney Morning Herald reported a Chinese man in Beijing who was arrested on suspicion of stealing 30 corpses from local graveyards, cooking their flesh in soups, and crushing the bones to heal his sick wife. In the nineties, also in Guangdong, it was discovered that foetuses were being trafficked and boiled to make soups marketed as beauty treatments. As of 2012, human placentophagy is reported as "not uncommon" in China.  Arthur Waldron, professor of International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania, has linked the notion of cannibalism to recent charges by Harry Wu, that the Chinese government is transplanting organs of condemned prisoners.