Sunday, June 12, 2016

How 11-yr-old girl lured me into turning her into my sex slave – 65-year-old man

Akinlolu Ogunlade who was arrested and paraded by the Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Leye Oyebade, recently, has claimed that pressures from an 11- year-old girl, Bisi, made him keep her as sex slave for four days. According to him, he had rejected many invitations from her before he finally succumbed.

The commissioner described the suspect as a serial rapist, but Ogunlade said, “I am 65 yrs old and I work as a plumber. I was arrested at Akobo area. The little girl came over to me and started disturbing me to have sex with her and I told her that she was too small.

Trump or Clinton? Uncertainty Leaves Investors Jittery Amid Sluggish Growth

Investors are massively reallocating capital into safe haven assets, putting economies and financial markets in danger of disinvestment in places due to a multitude of risks, the most prominent of which being whether the US economy would undergo a structural readjustment anytime soon.

Ukrainian Politicians Call for Occupation of Russian Regions

A growing number of Ukrainian politicians appear eager and willing to wage a campaign against history itself in an attempt to aggravate Russia.

Some politicians, apparently unsatisfied with merely accusing Moscow of aggression, sometimes even advocate acts that would essentially constitute a military action against Russia.
Pavlo Zhebrivskyi, Kiev-appointed head of military and civilian administration in the Ukrainian-controlled areas of the Donetsk region, declared that Ukraine must reclaim the "indigenous Ukrainian territories", referring to the Kursk, Bryansk, Voronezh, Rostov and Krasnodar Regions of Russia, according to RIA Novosti.

A Sign of Trouble? What is Behind Soros’s Jump Into Gold

After a long hiatus, billionaire George Soros has returned to trading, getting rid of stocks and buying gold and shares of gold miners; and when you see the richest people in society taking clear financial and investment decisions, then it makes sense to at least pay attention.

“Soros Fund Management LLC, which manages $30 billion for Mr. Soros and his family, sold stocks and bought gold and shares of gold miners, anticipating weakness in various markets. Investors often view gold as a haven during times of turmoil,” says an article in The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

Why the West is so Worried of Phantom Russian Sub Patrols in the Atlantic

Commenting on the recent remarks of US Vice Adm. James Foggo III that an “effective, skilled, and technologically advanced Russian submarine force is challenging” the US in the Atlantic, German newspaper Die Welt provided its reasons for the US concerns.