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on March 12, 2022 in World News

Russia, China, Brazil, India Call for Investigation Into US Biolabs in Ukraine Representing About Half of the World’s Population

By Jim Hoft On Sunday, March 6, 2022, Russian news agency Ria Novosti released documents claiming that Ukraine was working on “biological weapons” near the Russian border. Ria Novosti accused the US of instructing Ukraine to destroy the biological agents before the Russian invasion. According to the document obtained by the news agency, the Ministry of Health in Ukraine ordered the biological pathogens to be destroyed in a February 24 memo. We heard on Tuesday from the US State Department that there were US Biolabs in Ukraine. Then on Wednesday, the Biden regime backtracked and insisted there were no US-funded...

By Jim Hoft On Sunday, March 6, 2022, Russian news agency Ria Novosti released documents claiming that Ukraine was working on “biological weapons” near the Russian border. Ria Novosti accused the US of instructing Ukraine to destroy the biological...

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on May 21, 2021 in World News

How Totalitarianism Rhymes Throughout History: Czechoslovakia, China, & Venezuela

Written by  Sam Jacobs “It can’t happen here” is a political cliche in the United States. Regardless of your personal viewpoint, there is a vast swath of the American population who simply do not believe in the possibility of any kind of totalitarianism in the United States. It’s worth noting that throughout history, in virtually every place that totalitarian regimes have arisen, the residents of these countries felt the same way. Russia was seen as too traditional and backward, the power of the Czar too entrenched to be defeated. Germany had been viewed throughout most of the modern period...

Written by  Sam Jacobs “It can’t happen here” is a political cliche in the United States. Regardless of your personal viewpoint, there is a vast swath of the American population who simply do not believe in the possibility of...

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on December 16, 2020 in Featured World News

Owners of SolarWinds Have Links to Obama, the Clintons, China, Hong Kong and the US Election Process

By Joe Hoft Who owns SolarWinds?  This is a good question due to the complicated sales and purchases of related companies and individual owners over the past few years.  Per our research, the owners of SolarWinds are related to the Clintons and companies that verify elections in the US. If you look up SolarWind’s 10K on the SEC website, EDGAR, you’ll find that the company was acquired in February 2016 by investment firms Silver Lake and Thoma Bravo.  Then in 2018 the company went public through an Initial Public Offering (IPO): TRENDING: Michigan’s Matt Sealy Explains How President Trump...

By Joe Hoft Who owns SolarWinds?  This is a good question due to the complicated sales and purchases of related companies and individual owners over the past few years.  Per our research, the owners of SolarWinds are related to...

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on October 14, 2020 in World News

Cuba, China, Russia All Elected to UN Human Rights Council — Yes, Really

By Rick Moran It isn’t just that the UN’s Human Rights Council is the most hypocritical international organization in the world. They are fully aware of their political biases against Israel and the United States and never miss an excuse to bash either one of them for “human rights abuses.” But they’re oblivious to the mockery they make of the human rights cause by electing the most oppressive, authoritarian, murderous regimes on the planet. The United Nations has elected Cuba, China, and Russia, to sit on the Human Rights Council — where they will issue statements of condemnation, recommend...

By Rick Moran It isn’t just that the UN’s Human Rights Council is the most hypocritical international organization in the world. They are fully aware of their political biases against Israel and the United States and never miss an...

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on November 16, 2016 in World News

John Bolton: Trump Needs to Confront Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, and Embrace Forever War

By Kurt Nimmo Because Donald Trump has zero foreign policy chops, he will delegate that job to his new secretary of state. With every passing day, it appears the person to fill that job will be John Bolton, a diehard neocon. America electing #Trump was a clear repudiation of #Obama‘s failed foreign policy. Voters want to restore American leadership in the world. — John Bolton (@AmbJohnBolton) November 10, 2016   On Saturday Bolton spelled out what he considers to be the foreign policy priorities of the new administration. Bolton writes the top concern for America on the foreign policy...

By Kurt Nimmo Because Donald Trump has zero foreign policy chops, he will delegate that job to his new secretary of state. With every passing day, it appears the person to fill that job will be John Bolton, a...

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on September 3, 2016 in World News

Row on tarmac an awkward G20 start for U.S., China

A Chinese official confronted U.S. President Barack Obama’s national security adviser on the tarmac on Saturday prompting the Secret Service to intervene, an unusual altercation as China implements strict controls ahead of a big summit. The stakes are high for China to pull off a trouble-free G20 summit of the world’s top economies, its highest profile event of the year, as it looks to cement its global standing and avoid acrimony over a long list of tensions with Washington. Shortly after Obama’s plane landed in the eastern city of Hangzhou, a Chinese official attempted to prevent his national security...

A Chinese official confronted U.S. President Barack Obama’s national security adviser on the tarmac on Saturday prompting the Secret Service to intervene, an unusual altercation as China implements strict controls ahead of a big summit. The stakes are high...

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on July 7, 2014 in World News

China thinks it can defeat America in battle

China thinks it can defeat America in battle But it overlooks one decisive factor The bad news first. The People’s Republic of China now believes it can successfully prevent the United States from intervening in the event of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan or some other military assault by Beijing. Now the good news. China is wrong — and for one major reason. It apparently disregards the decisive power of America’s nuclear-powered submarines. Moreover, for economic and demographic reasons Beijing has a narrow historical window in which to use its military to alter the world’s power structure. If China doesn’t… View Article

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on September 6, 2013 in World News

Russia, China Close In On Multi-Billion Dollar Gas Deal

Russia, China Close In On Multi-Billion Dollar Gas Deal Russian energy giant Gazprom and state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) have signed an agreement towards a potentially multi-billion dollar gas supply deal to China, reported Reuters, though both sides are yet to reach a final accord on price. The terms were signed on Thursday by the heads of both companies in the presence of Presidents Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping ahead of the G-20 meeting in St. Petersburg; defining “the volumes, start of deliveries, payments, ‘take-or-pay’ amendment” and other issues for the deal, but giving no further details on the… View Article

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on August 10, 2013 in World News

PetroChina joins Exxon to dominate Iraqi oil industry

PetroChina joins Exxon to dominate Iraqi oil industry China’s biggest oil producer PetroChina will be developing Iraq’s giant oil field West Qurna with American Exxon Mobil. The deal could make Chinese energy giant the biggest foreign investor in Iraq’s oil industry. China already dominates the oil fields around southern Iraq, Reuters reports. PetroChina was the first foreign company to strike an oil deal in Iraq after US-led forces overthrew Saddam Hussein. It is now developing Iraq’s biggest oilfield Rumaila with BP. The PetroChina-Exxon agreement could be announced in weeks. “PetroChina will participate in developing the field,” Reuters quotes an industry… View Article

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