A show will launched this July where contestants can rape and murder each other

lkA shocking real life Hunger Game- style TV show called “Game2: Winter” is set to start filming this July. The show has already sparked controversy after its rules promised to allow “fighting, murder and rape”. Set on a remote Siberian Island, Players will be armed with knives and could face nine months of hell as they tackle wolves and bears on the Ob River. For more Information click here 

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MYTH ABOUT CHRISTIANITY

Find out some myths about Christianity.

Christians around the world almost universally agree that Jesus existed but some scholars claim that the Jesus was no more than a myth and created for a “teaching story.” The main accounts of the life and teachings of Jesus are third party narratives written years after his death. The Encyclopedia Britannica, 2002 Edition, says, These independent accounts  prove that in ancient times even the opponents of Christianity never doubted the historicity of Jesus.r

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PLANET COULD LOSE NEARLY 70% OF ANIMALS BY THE END OF 2020

The World Wide Fund for Nature is an international non-governmental organization founded in 1971, working in the field of the wilderness preservation. It is the world’s largest conservation organization with over five million supporters worldwide, working in more than 100 countries, supporting around 1,300 conservation and environmental projects. The group’s mission is to “to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

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3 YEAR OLD GIRL KILLED BY HER DAD AFTER SHE SUFFERED SEXUAL ABUSE

A father has accepted homicide over the death of his 3-year-old daughter, Kyhesha-Lee. She had suffered sexual abuse so brutal that she bled into her nappy. Matthew Lee Williamson has denied sexually or physically abusing the child and accused his housemate, Kent for that. In the Supreme Court in Brisbane, Australia, he has begged guilty to manslaughter because he failed to provide medical treatment for the little girl when he found her victimized in 2013.r

“I DIDN’T THINK ANYTHING OF IT AT THE TIME, I WAS AFRAID I’D LOSE HER TO WELFARE … BECAUSE OF THE STATE, SHE WAS IN.”

According to the reports from Seven News Queensland, Williamson used a rope system to lock her daughter for up to 19 hours a day. Prosecutor Phillip McCarthy purportedly asked in court: “Your first thought that goes through your head, when your daughter is on the ground, dead, is that the police might get you for having a bong?”

Williamson replied: “That’s correct.”

Kyhesha-Lee’s mother said that “it is hard to comprehend” the terrifying details of how the kid spent her final days before her painful death in 2013.