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Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing was spied on by security services for more than 20 years over suspicions of her communist sympathies, newly declassified records show.
Lessing’s movements were documented during her younger years by MI5 both in her homeland in Africa and in England.
It was her anti-racism stance as well and her Communist Party membership that worried MI5.
Lessing, who died in 2013 aged 94, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2007.
Doris Lessing trailed by MI5 for 20 years
He’s the latest face in the crowded field of GOP contenders whose tongue has been untied for the public’s muted articulation. The Donald has been elevated as the mouthpiece for the Vox Populi. He’s truly a 21st Century candidate with enough predictive programming credentials to approach matrix-like credibility. Just what the hell do I mean by that? A few years back, in an episode of “The Simpsons” he’s elected president. This is the same Simpson’s that seemingly knew about 9/11 before it happened. Not only was he projected into the future as president by Matt Groening, but Trump has also been looking a helluva lot like Biff Tannen from the Back To The Future trilogy. Of course, Part II takes place in 2015. The film is rife with syncs, from inflatable sharks, to hover boards and now Trump as Tannen. The message threaded throughout all the BTTF films is timelines and alternate realities. With Trump’s emergence, it’s a clear sign that we are following a hacked narrative where scripts and future history blur into a bizarre present.
The Enigma That Is Gemini Donald Trump And The Double Duality Slippery Reality
Costa Rica has announced that it will be the first country in the world to shut down its zoos and free the captive animals they hold. Costa Rica is an especially biodiverse country, holding about 4% of the world’s known species. Sadly, the country is contractually obligated to keep two of its zoos open for another decade. Still, after that, they plan to shut it down in favor of a cage-free habitat for the animals to live in.
Costa Rica Is Shutting Down All Zoos And Freeing Every Animal In Captivity
The captivating female voice beckons: “Alaska, beyond your dreams – within your reach” as scenes of the state’s majestic beauty play across the screen. It’s done so well you hardly recognize it as a commercial for the Alaska tourism industry. I figure it’s pretty effective because I was living there twenty years ago, and every time I see it I want to pack my bags.
Without a doubt my urge to return is also fueled by the rapid descent into madness we see all around us; much as it was when I originally moved there in 1975. Back then – still reeling from my Vietnam experience, the last place I wanted to be was in some big city; so I migrated north to seek my future in the remote wilderness of Alaska.
My life has been sprinkled with adventure: sometimes it was something I sought out, other times just the opposite. Living in the remote Alaskan wilderness was the former kind. Having wolves living with me as equals, not so much.
My Life with Alaskan Wolves
My name is Dr Suzanne Humphries. I am a medical doctor, board certified in Nephrology and trained in Internal Medicine. I hold active unrestricted medical licenses in Maine and Virginia. After 10 good years as a nephrologist at Eastern Maine Medical Center, I resigned from my position, sold my share of my medical practice and left because of the issues I faced regarding vaccination in my own patients.
Board Certified Medical Doctor Explains Why Vaccine Policies and Injections Onto Children Are An ‘Egregious Crime’