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  • There's something very weird about this woman's racy bedroom snap - but it takes a while to spot it

     

    It's a snap just like any other you'll see in your Instagram news fee. A woman poses cheekily biting the end of her finger while gazing down the lens.
    The image is actually from as far back as 2003 , but it's gone viral again recently. Why? Because eagle-eyed people have spotted something quite odd about it.

    It's not obvious at first glance, but look closely...

     

     

    Yes, she appears to have an extra finger - and she's even drawing attention to it.

    Is it natural or Photoshopped? Nobody seems to know.

    Source: Mirror

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  • Top 12 Things You Didn’t Know About Eritrean President, Isaias Afwerki

     

    Isaias Afwerki, is the first President of Eritrea, a position he has held since its independence in 1993. He led the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (EPLF) to victory in May 1991, thus ending the 30-year-old armed liberation struggle that the Eritrean people refer to as “Gedli”.

    The 25-year leader of Eritrea, has recently been accused of crimes against humanity in a new report compiled by the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea. The report included testimonies of arrests for voicing dissent, torture, rape, enslavement, murder, and retaliation against the families of dissidents who fled Eritrea.

    1. Afwerki joined the independence struggle in 1966

    Afwerki was studying engineering in Addis Ababa in 1966, when he decided to abandon his studies to join the 30-year Eritrean War for Independence, also known as the “Gedli.” He joined the Eritrean Liberation Front, while in exile in Sudan.

    2. He is the first and only president of Eritrea, holding the position since the country’s independence in 1991

    As the leader of the successful Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (EPLF, Afwerki helped lead the country to its independence in May 1991, ending a 30-year-old liberation struggle. The EPLF, now known as the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ), is the only governing party of Eritrea today

    3. Afwerki was once viewed as a beacon of hope for Eritrea

    When he first came to power, Afwerki shunned the “cult of personality” adopted by many African leaders, earning him praise from international observers as a positive force for Eritrea. He was also praised for his commitment to building governmental infrastructure and electoral system. Then-U.S. President Bill Clinton described him as a “renaissance leader.”


    4. He often accuses other countries of assassination attempts

    According to leaked U.S. diplomatic cables, Afwerki has become an increasingly “isolated and mercurial…unhinged dictator.” He has accused the CIA of attempting to orchestrate assassination attempts against him.

    5. Eritrea has dropped below North Korea for press freedom

    Under Afwerki’s rule, Eritrea is now ranked as the world’s worst country for freedom of the press, worse even than North Korea. He has closed all independent media and is known for jailing journalists critical of his administration.

    6. Afwerki is a strong admirer of Mao Zedong

    After attending military training in China during the Cultural Revolution, Afwerki became an admirer of Mao Zedong, and is well known for having Marxist-inspired politics. Eritrea has enjoyed close relations with Beijing.

     
    7. He put an end to so-called foreign aid in 2005

    The United States, along with other foreign governments, provided aid to Eritrea until Afwerki ended all so-called foreign aid, citing it as a dependency creator. The following year, he prohibited non-governmental organizations.

    8. He allegedly forces young people into perpetual national service

    Afwerki instituted mandatory conscription for all young people into national service, but often there is no end in sight for new soldiers. The mass national service can last for decades, forcing many Eritreans to flee. Afwerki points to ongoing tension with Ethiopia as the reason for maintaining national conscription.

    9. Thousands flee Eritrea despite shoot-to-kill border policy

    Afwerki has a shoot-to-kill policy for his border patrols, but many Eritreans take the risk and flee across the border anyway. Eritrea’s refugee crisis has drawn attention to Afwerki’s administration and forced international observers to look more closely at his actions. Last year alone, over 47,000 Eritreans applied for asylum in Europe.

    10. Afwerki denied entry to U.N. officials

    After refusing to allow U.N. officials to enter Eritrea to compile a report on the country, Afwerki’s administration accused the report of being one sided and inaccurate. The report was based on interviews with Eritreans living outside the country, many with refugee status.

    11. Eritrea has rebuked the UN for its report, citing a lack of evidence

    Afwerki’s administration responded to the U.N. report with outrage, citing a lack of evidence such as video or audio. Others claimed the commission overstepped its mandate, and questioned the impartiality of its leaders.

    12. The report calls for Eritrean officials to go before the International Criminal Court

    Citing over 300,000 cases of forced labor and indefinite conscription, the U.N. report deemed Eritrea’s actions akin to slavery, and recommended that high-ranking Eritrean officials, including Afwerki, be referred to the International Criminal Court and charged with crimes against humanity. The report will now go to the U.N. Human Rights Council, which will decide whether or not to adopt a resolution on the issue.

    Source: AFK Insider

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  • Amazing- See What Happened After this Ugly Black Boy Married this White girl

     

    Do you know the real meaning of love?….if you dont mind then this photo tells you it all. Love isnt something you find, love is something that finds you.

    the boy is hot, melanin all the way… now i know why the say if you go black you’ll never go back…whoever calls him a beast the dont know what beauty is…that color isnt sold in market.but products for becoming whit is everywhere..get use to things money

    you can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to found anywhere.

     

    you yourself, a much as anybody in the entire universe deserve there love and affection .

    so we waste time looking for the perfect, instead of creating the perfect love.

     

     

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  • Ethiopian Bible is the oldest and complete bible on earth.

     

    Written in Ge’ez an ancient dead language of Ethiopia it’s nearly 800 years older than the King James Version and contains 81-88 books compared to 66. It includes the Book of ENOCH, Esdras, Buruch and all 3 Books of MACCABEE, and a host of others that was excommunicated from the KJV.

    World’s first illustrated Christian bible

    discovered at Ethiopian monastery


    The world’s earliest illustrated Christian book has been saved by a British charity which located it at a remote Ethiopian monastery.

    The incredible Garima Gospels are named after a monk who arrived in the African country in the fifth century and is said to have copied them out in just one day.

    Beautifully illustrated, the colours are still vivid and thanks to the Ethiopian Heritage Fund have been conserved.

    Abba Garima arrived from Constantinople in 494 AD and legend has it that he was able to copy the gospels in a day because God delayed the sun from setting.

     

     

    A page from the Garima Gospels – the world’s oldest Christian book found in a remote monastery in Ethiopia

    The incredible relic has been kept ever since in the Garima Monastery near Adwa in the north of the country, which is in the Tigray region at 7,000 feet.

    Experts believe it is also the earliest example of book binding still attached to the original pages.

    The survival of the Gospels is incredible considering the country has been under Muslim invasion, Italian invasion and a fire in the 1930s destroyed the monastery’s church.

    They were written on goat skin in the early Ethiopian language of Ge’ez.

    There are two volumes which date from the same time, but the second is written in a different hand from the first. Both contain illustrations and the four Gospels.

    Though the texts had been mentioned by the occasional traveller since the 1950s, it had been thought they dated from the 11th century at the earliest.

    Carbon dating, however, gives a date between 330 and 650 – which tantalisingly overlaps the date Abba Garima arrived in the country.

    So the first volume could be in his hand – even if he didn’t complete the task in a day as the oral tradition states.

    The charity Ethiopian Heritage Fund that was set up to help preserve the treasures in the country has made the stunning discovery.

    It was also allowed incredibly rare access to the texts so experts could conserve them on site.

     

     

    The incredible relic has been kept ever since in the Garima Monastery near Adwa in the north of Ethiopia

    It is now hoped the Gospels will be put in a museum at the monastery where visitors will be able to view them.

    Blair Priday from the Ethiopian Heritage Fund said: ‘Ethiopia has been overlooked as a source of these fantastic things.

    ‘Many of these old Christian relics can only be reached by hiking and climbing to remote monasteries as roads are limited in these mountainous regions.

    ‘All the work on the texts was done in situ and everything is reversible, so if in future they can be taken away for further conservation we won’t have hindered that.

    ‘The pages had been crudely stitched together in a restoration in the 1960s and some of the pages wouldn’t even turn. And they were falling to pieces.

    ‘The Garima Gospels have been kept high and dry which has helped preserve them all these years and they are kept in the dark so the colours look fresh.

    ‘This was the most astounding of all our projects and the Patriarch, the head of the Ethiopian Church, had to give his permission.

    ‘Most of the experts did the work for nothing.

    ‘We are currently undertaking other restoration programmes on wall paintings and religious texts.

    ‘We believe that preserving Ethiopia’s cultural heritage will help to increase visitor revenue and understanding of the extraordinary history of this country

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  • Beautiful women can be bad for your health, according to scientists

     

     

    Just five minutes alone with an attractive female raise the levels of cortisol, the body’s stress hormone, according to a study from the University of Valencia. 

    The effects are heightened in men who believe that the woman in question is “out of their league”. 

    Cortisol is produced by the body under physical or psychological stress and has been linked to heart disease. 

    Researchers tested 84 male students by asking each one to sit in a room and solve a Sudoku puzzle. Two strangers, one male and one female, were also in the room. 

    When the female stranger left the room and the two men remained sitting together, the volunteer’s stress levels did not rise. However, when the volunteer was left alone with the female stranger, his cortisol levels rose. 

    The researchers concluded: “In this study we considered that for most men the presence of an attractive woman may induce the perception that there is an opportunity for courtship.

    “While some men might avoid attractive women since they think they are ‘out of their league’, the majority would respond with apprehension and a concurrent hormonal response.

    “This study showed that male cortisol levels increased after exposure to a five-minute short social contact with a young, attractive woman.”

    Cortisol can have a positive effect in small doses, improving alertness and well-being. However, chronically elevated cortisol levels can worsen medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and impotency.

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