Girls taking down douchebags. Also: Romania, Boris Nemtsov, “clean” food. — FTN DAILY EDITION #129, People & Society
Boris Nemtsov remembered
A letter to the murdered Russian opposition leader by his daughter.
Dad, I know you didn’t want it, and didn’t think you’d become a hero, but you were a hero of our time.
A young journalist’s simple interview questions got an incompetent bureaucrat fired. Actually, it was his inability to answer.
Reacting to the interview, many Slovenians have demanded more accountability and responsibility from their government.
Out of Control
A vendetta against a former western spy proved deadly for hundreds.
Communist authorities executed hundreds, and thousands more died in prison. Almost all were innocent of the crimes of the crimes they had been accused of.
All foods matter
“Clean Food” is a ruse.
When I sit down with any meal I am grateful for what I have. Every calorie represents tremendous time, labor, fuel, water, fertilizer, crop protection — safe, affordable, and abundant.
“Thieves in the night”
The popular protests against corruption in Romania pick up speed.
The sensitive topic and the perceived arrogance of the PSD-led government in adopting the decree in secrecy formed the perfect package to ignite an already active culture of protests and discontent.
It took just a girl to topple the Internet’s most fabulous super-villain.
Julia closely follows political news from her home in Canada, with a deep interest in American politics.
Not so false flag
The guys who planted Russian-Trump-Flags at CPAC.
The stunt made waves on social media, as journalists covering CPAC noticed the scramble to confiscate the insignia.
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