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No Wall Street Pete!!
NO wall street pete!

No more corporate controlled candidates, thank you very much.
No more neoliberals, thank you very much.
No more BULLSHIT, and the same old corporate controlled candidates who do not support the working class.


Here we go. Do you not remember the state of this website last time, every subject no matter how unrelated was hijacked by Americans arguing about who they would vote for.

Didn't see you do the same for the Zimbabwean elections.

Salvador's Meituan will be open starting tomorrow. You can also order for takeaway and both Salvador's Coffee House and Salvador's Mosaic Bistro. We will be open from 10 am to 8 pm, though tomorrow might be a slow start as we have loads to prepare. Hopefully there will be a time in the near future where we can open the doors to everyone again. Take care out there.

Moved to Rome, Italy as reported by Patrick Greenfield of The Guardian:

"Over the weekend, major international talks on biodiversity loss that were set to take place in China were moved because of the coronavirus outbreak.

The first round of negotiations for a Paris-style agreement on biodiversity, which had been due to take place in Kunming, Yunnan between 24 and 29 February, has been moved to Rome.

Biodiversity experts and government policy makers had been set to meet in the city in southern China to discuss plans to protect a third of the world's oceans and land by 2030.

The UN said the decision to move talks was made in consultation with the Chinese government."