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The rebirth of Gustatve Caillebotte’s house, painter and patron of impressionists – Meanderings through France n° 141

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny   Gustave Caillebotte is one of these outstanding minds of the 19th century who was able to master different knowledge and knowhow,...
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As Silicon Valley Elite Invade New Zealand In Preparation For ‘Apocalypse’, Both Obama And Hillary Have Trips Planned There In Next 3 Months – Do They Know Something That We Don’t Know?

By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine A few separate bits of news have been reported recently that when looked at together, brings up some interesting questions about what the...
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Is Globalists Suppression Of Alternative Technologies That Could Heal Millions And Provide Endless ‘Clean Energy’ Among Their Most Monstrous Crimes In History? Why Does ‘Big Pharma’ Allow Millions To Needlessly Die To Jack Up Their Profit Margins?

Why Does ‘Big Pharma’ Allow Millions To Needlessly Die To Jack Up Their Profit Margins? Suppose that, in addition to orchestrating depressions and senseless wars, democide, and false flag...
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Extremadura, a little known Spanish region homeland of famous Conquistadors! – World Meanderings (n°51)

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny     Although Extremadura has no seacoasts and obviously no ports, it is the homeland of many 16th century conquerors that didn’t...
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Malta Diary Valletta – a grand city of ups and downs – and its diverse zones and quarters European City for Culture 2018

    Lyn Funnel asked all her writers to select a favourite article for this week – this is mine, originally written two years ago. Our grand capital City...
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