The Truth About Why Thousands of Black Children Are Turning Up Dead With Organs Missing

Why are Black men, women, and children DISAPPEARING? Why are Black abortions being ENCOURAGED? Is there a secret agenda behind the Black children being murdered and found missing their organs? Consider this: Today, the need for human organs is prevalent. According to the American Transplant Foundation, 123,000 people in the United States were on the waiting list to receive an organ and every 12 minutes a new name is added to the list with an average of 21 people dying each day due to lack of organ availability. The high…

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Nigeria: U.S. to Deny Entry to Immigrants Who Cannot Afford Healthcare

President Donald Trump, has announced that he wants people to be denied U.S. visas if they cannot afford healthcare in order to prevent immigrants from “financially burdening our healthcare system”. In a statement released late Friday, the White House said immigrant visa applicants will have to demonstrate that they will be covered by health insurance within 30 days of entering the country. He added that they should alternatively have their financial resources to pay for medical costs. The new rule, which will come into effect Nov. 3, applies to those…

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Foreign aid for Rwanda, suffering for Rwandans and Congolese

Rwanda received roughly “US$1.22 billion” in development aid in 2016-2017, the most recent year for which official development aid numbers are available on the website of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The US was Rwanda’s top bilateral donor that year, giving US$177.6 million, but Trump drastically reduced aid to the tiny East African nation. In December 2017, Rwandan-Canadian economist David Himbara, a former member of Kagame’s cabinet, wrote: “Kagame-Trump relationship does not look good. When the American head of state invited African leaders at the United Nations…

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Nigeria fines 12 banks $1.3 billion for failing to meet loan target

Nigeria’s central bank has levied a charge on 12 banks for a total of more than 400 billion naira ($1.3 billion) for failing to increase loans to meet a regulatory target, three banking sources and one of the lenders told Reuters on Thursday. The central bank asked lenders in July to maintain a ratio of lending out at least 60% of deposits by September or face a higher cash reserve levy, part of measures aimed at getting credit flowing in Africa’s biggest economy. The cash reserve requirement in Nigeria is…

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