Friday, July 14, 2017

Some Follow-Up, And Links For Bastille Day

Last November, I made a "Things I Don't Believe" post about the rumor that Paul McCartney died in a car crash in 1966, and was replaced by a look-alike.  I recently found a YouTube video which makes some of the same points that I made in my post, but focuses on Paul's relationships, both before and after the purported crash.  Would his father James, his brother Mike (known as Mike McGear), his then-girlfriend Jane Asher, and the other three Beatles have continued, with an impostor, all the respective relationships that they originally had with Paul?  Watch below or here.

In France, today is la FĂȘte nationale, which commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, and is known in English-speaking countries as Bastille Day.  In keeping with the date, here are 14 things going on:

From ABC News, President Trump and the First Lady attend a military parade celebrating Bastille Day.

From The Guardian, President Macron "pulls out all the stops".

From Breitbart's National Security, ISIS reportedly has a new caliph.

From The Daily Caller, earth to a certain Airbnb host:  racial discrimination is still illegal.

From Turkish Minute, in the first half of this year, 3,206 Turkish nationals have sought asylum in Germany.

From Southeast Energy News, Dominion Energy seeks "flexible compliance" for any carbon regulation scheme put into place by the state of Virginia.

From the Assyrian National News Agency, at look at the three genocides which took place under the Ottoman Empire.

From LifeZette, there appears to be a double standard regarding dissidents in Russia and China.

From Russia Today, terrorists kill two Israeli policemen near the Temple Mount.  (via the Geller Report and Jihad Watch)

From The Telegraph, an American specialist will be allowed to examine Charlie Gard.  (via The Blaze)

From the Los Angeles Times,  a look at "Star Wars Land".

From the Express, a British supermarket decides to sell only British meat.  (via WestMonster)

From Fox News, the FBI investigation of Jane O'Meara Sanders (wife of Bernie) appears to track information in Hillary Clinton's emails.

And from USA Today, and the "grain of salt" department, a man was locked in an ATM.

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