Severe Weather Strikes Beijing Upon China’s Annual Political Meeting
Chinese Ambassador To Israel Found Dead In Home, Sparking Avalanche Of Rumors Amid Tensions With US
Dutch forces ‘10% liable’ for Srebrenica massacre, Supreme Court says
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Donald Trump Trolled For Asking Yazidi Activist Nadia Murad ‘They Gave You Nobel Prize For What’; Watch Video
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Boris Johnson asked whether Merkel was in the Stasi and questioned why Leo Varadkar isn’t ‘called Murphy like all the rest of them?’
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Afghanistan: At least 2 killed, 10 injured in explosion near Kabul University
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Chief ministers’ panel on agri favours linking Finance Commission grants with reforms
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2020 debates: Biden-Harris rematch and progressive faceoff
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BUST THE TRUST!
CONGRESS PROBES BIG TECH
No Executive Privilege… WH Fully Cooperated with Special Counsel
Attorney General William Barr will hold a press conference on the Special Counsel report, which is planned for release
Connected but Disengaged: Assange’s Arrest And Jailing Exposes Internet Revolution
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China tried to grow cotton on the moon – and failed. Here’s why it’s still important
04/14/2019 / By Evangelyn Rodriguez
According to Anna-Lisa Paul, a professor from the University of Florida: “Plants provide both food source and the ability to recycle air and water.” If both edible and non-edible plants can be grown, they can potentially support space travel and enable the establishment of space colonies. That means, once scientists have figured out how plants adapt to harsh conditions in outer space, people could possibly be next. (Related: Space Mining Could Turn Out to be a Trillion-Dollar Industry, Say Experts.)
US Congress Introduces Bill That Could Soon Give India ‘NATO Ally’ Status
Washington: A bipartisan group of half a dozen influential…
ASSANGE ARRESTED ON BEHALF OF USA
DRAGGED OUT OF EMBASSY
SNOWDEN: DARK MOMENT FOR FREEDOM
Trump discussed Iran, human rights with Saudi crown prince: White House
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Prince William’s Lawyer Tries to Suppress Rumors of Affair
As ‘In Touch’ magazine in the U.S. publishes allegations about Prince William having an affair, his lawyers are sending letters to the U.K. media threatening legal action.
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In Touch magazine has become the first mainstream outlet to publish a sensational rumor that has electrified British high society for almost a year: that Prince William may have had an affair with his aristocratic neighbor Rose Hanbury, also known as the Marchioness of Cholmondeley (pronounced Chumley), while Kate Middleton was pregnant with their third child.
Parliament Opens with ‘Death to America’ Chants
Iranian lawmakers opened a new session of the country’s Parliament on Tuesday with chants of “Death to America.” The taunt was meant as a response to the White House’s designation of Iran’s elite paramilitary Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) a foreign terrorist organization.
Has the media turned on UK’s Prince Harry and Meghan?
Last May, millions across the world tuned in to watch Queen Elizabeth‘s grandson Prince Harry tie the knot with his American actress girlfriend Meghan Markle, with the media feting the couple as the epitome of glamour and royal modernity.
But less than a year later, the couple have found themselves on the receiving end
“Frown Jewels: Meg is banned by Queen from using Di gems,“
Leaders of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement found guilty for role in protests
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China ‘forces millions of people’ to download app and earn points by following President Xi Jinping …
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Israel’s Netanyahu says he plans to annex settlements in West Bank
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Brexit: Radioactive waste to pile up at hospitals, universities and factories because of supply …
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Showdown of world powers in Venezuela enters dangerous, new phase
- How this drama turns out may mark the most significant test yet of the Trump administration’s credibility, following a highest-level chorus this week of President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor John Bolton, who all declared – in one way or another – that Russia had to get out of the country.
The first major showdown of our new era of great power competition, unfolding with accelerating speed over the past ten weeks in Venezuela, has entered a dangerous new phase. That is true, most of all, for the Venezuelan people, but also for Latin American democracies and for vital US interests in the Western Hemisphere.
How this drama turns out may mark the most significant test yet of the Trump administration’s credibility, following a highest-level chorus this week of President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor John Bolton, who all declared – in one way or another – that Russia had to get out of the country.
A shambles on which the sun never sets: how the world sees Brexit
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Pompeo Says He Hopes Kim Does ‘The Right Thing’ On Nuclear Weapons
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday he hoped North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would use a meeting of the country’s parliament next week to state publicly “it would be the right thing” for…
Smugglers Using Kidnapped Children to Get Migrants Into US Illegally
April 4, 2019
Human traffickers are using “child recycling rings” to smuggle people across the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, according to U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen.
Nielsen told Fox News that the practice essentially uses the kidnapping and passing around of children as a way to skirt U.S. immigration laws.
When an adult enters the country with a kidnapped child, it allows them to lie and claim they are a family, and use immigration laws that are lenient towards families to get released by authorities into the interior of the United States.
“The smugglers are more active than ever before at advertising how to come into this country with a child. We’ve broken up so-called ‘child recycling rings,’ if you can believe it, in the last couple months, which is where smugglers kidnap a child, they give it to an adult to cross the border, [and they] present themselves as a family.
‘Fight Back’: Brexiteers Vow to Sabotage Brussels if Pulled into EU Elections
Jacob Rees-Mogg and Nigel Farage will declare war on the globalists’ beloved European Project if Brexit is delayed to the point where the UK is pulled into European Parliament elections in May.
Iran says US sanctions impeding flood rescue operations
In this Monday, April 1, 2019 photo, houses are covered by floodwaters in the town of Mamoulan, in the western province of Lorestan, Iran. Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted late on Monday that U.S. sanctions imposed on Tehran by the Trump administration last year have hampered successful rescue efforts for flood-stricken areas of the country where 45 people have died so far. Iran has been facing major flooding for the past two weeks.
Iran’s foreign minister said U.S. sanctions imposed on Tehran by the Trump administration last year have hampered successful rescue efforts for flood-stricken areas of the country where at least 50 people have died so far.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted late Monday that America’s “maximum pressure” policy on Iran “is impeding aid efforts by #IranianRedCrescent to all communities devastated by unprecedented floods.”
The sanctions, he said, have prevented Tehran from getting badly needed equipment, including relief helicopters. “This isn’t just economic warfare; it’s economic TERRORISM,” he tweeted.
Iran has been facing major flooding for the past two weeks and on Monday, the death toll in the disaster rose to 50, according to an Associated Press count. The floods have struck hundreds of villages as well as towns and cities in the western half of the country, where in some places an emergency situation has been declared.
UN says 113 million people experiencing ‘acute hunger’
India’s main opposition Congress party pledged on Tuesday to expand a rural employment guarantee programme, reward businesses for creating jobs and scrap an 1870 sedition law if it wins a general election that starts next week.
Air Force Selects New Air Base For Mysterious B-21 Stealth Bomber
China announces new crackdown on fentanyl in win for US President Trump
Robert Mueller distracted the Left for two years, holding out an imaginary pot of gold that never materialized
04/01/2019 / By Lance D Johnson
Leftists recently discovered what was at the other end of Robert Mueller’s rainbow. There was nothing. There was no pot of political gold to cash in on. There was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. Donald J. Trump won the 2016 election, fair and square. The Left’s attempt to overthrow a democratically-elected President failed.
During the Left’s quest for political gold, they abandoned policy and reacted in knee-jerk fashion to everything Trump accomplished or said. As the Mueller rainbow disappears and the sun comes out, Leftists are left rubbing their eyes in disappointment and disbelief.
With the 2020 election coming around, the myriad of Democratic candidates have nothing of sustenance to campaign on, just identity politics. They’ve already proven they are the party of whiners and complainers. They proved they can point their finger and conjure up conspiracies. They made their case that they are the party of impractical delusions, not practical solutions. Robert Mueller was to be their political savior, the one who brought charges against Donald Trump and removed him from office. Robert Mueller was going to be the one who validated the Left’s political wet dreams. The Left put all their hope in this Russia collusion hoax, and now that the verdict is in, their voices only echo of hysteria and dishonesty.
If the Left really cared about collusion and corruption…
The left never cared about collusion or else they would have bemoaned the fact that the Clinton Foundation was a pay-for-play revolving door allowing foreign oligarchs to take advantage of the American government. If the Left cared about collusion, then they would denounce the Clintons for selling uranium to Russia and enriching other countries at the expense of the American people. If the Left cared about the abuse of power, then they would call for an investigation into the illegal spying of the Trump campaign, carried out by the Obama Administration. If the Left cared about election fraud, then they would call for the indictments of the Democratic Party leaders, who rigged the Democratic primary to put Hillary Clinton in command.
CNN and the treasonous fake news cartels must be taken down for conspiring to carry out a criminal coup against the United States of America
Moon Jae-in hopes North Korea responds positively to US-South Korea efforts
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Brazil’s Top Election Court Catches Google Manipulating Search Results to Point to Negative Entries on Bolsonaro …Just Like They Do with Conservatives in America
How the Great March of Return resurrected Palestinian resistance
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With a piece of paper, Trump called on Kim to hand over nuclear weapons
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Taiwan wants to buy advanced jets and tanks from the US
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India has shot down a live satellite in space, says PM Narendra Modi
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MACRON DEPLOYS ARMY AFTER LAST WEEK’S DESTRUCTION
French President Emmanuel Macron has placed armed soldiers throughout France. Concerns or soldiers firing on citizens are rampant.
French Patriots Under Attack
Following a surge of violence last weekend involving “Yellow Vest” protesting patriots, French President Emmanuel Macron made the decision to place armed soldiers strategically around the city. Ostensibly, it is for the protection of government buildings. This decision comes after the violence of last weekend caused “extensive destruction” along the Champs Elysees. Their assignment includes the presidential palace and the National Assembly…….Read rest of the story
New Zealand orders top-level inquiry into mosque massacres
Ardern reiterated her believe it should not be aired. Wellington: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday ordered an independent judicial inquiry into whether police and intelligence…
After failed summit with North Korea, US imposes first new sanctions
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Guaido’s Chief Of Staff Detained By Venezuelan Intelligence In Pre-Dawn Raid
Two days after Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido’s “government-in-waiting” forcibly took possession of three diplomatic facilities in the United States with the blessing of Washington, and following what many observers speculate are a series of US aggressive maneuvers paving the way for military intervention, Maduro’s security forces have begun arresting members of Guaido’s staff.
According to Reuters Venezuelan intelligence agents have arrested and detained Guaido’s own chief of staff, Roberto Marrero, as well as opposition legislator Sergio Vergara.
Roberto Marrero next to opposition leader Juan Guaido, via Instagram/Roberto Marrero
Guaido’s press team confirmed their detentions by security forces in what’s been described as a pre-dawn raid on their Caracas residences on Thursday. And in confirmation Guaido tweeted an “Alert” — saying the two men are “currently being held hostage” since 2:24 am by the SEBIN, or the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service.
Facebook Data Deals With Technology Companies Under Federal Investigation
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Cardinal Pell Handed 6-Year Sentence For Child Sexual Abuse
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A major flaw has been found in Switzerland’s online voting system
USA will withdraw remaining personnel from embassy in Venezuela: Pompeo
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The European Spring holds the answer to the fragmenting EU’s plight
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It’s now likely we will never leave the EU. This is how it will work
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Venezuela’s Maduro thanks military for defeating ‘coup’
Speaking outside the Miraflores presidential palace, Mr Maduroreferred to Mr Guaidó as “a clown and a puppet” of the US. “They invited the armed forces to carry out a military coup and their reply…
N. Korea may be preparing a missile or space launch: NPR
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Trump’s private talks with Putin may contain clues to his Russia romance
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Afghan women are celebrating International Women’s Day with a fearful eye to the future
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South Korea’s Moon names confidant to drive improved ties with North
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5G looks like it’s the next best thing in tech, but it’s really a Trojan horse for harming humanity
03/06/2019 / By Ethan Huff
Many so-called “experts” are claiming that it’ll be a huge step forward for innovation in everything from manufacturing and transportation, to medicine and beyond. But in reality, 5G technology represents an existential threat to humanity – a “phony war” on the people who inhabit this planet we call Earth, and all in the name of “progress.”
NYT Suggests Border Emergency!
Trump announces plans to end $5.6 bn preferential trade programme for India
New York, March 5 (IANS) US President Donald Trump has announced that he was ending India‘s $5.6 billion trade concessions under the Generalised System of Preferences(GSP) programme accusing New Delhi of not providing Washington
“equitable and reasonable access“
to its markets.Trump, who is on a mission to expand
In 1984, Rabbi Meir Kahane, the founding leader of the openly racist Kach party, managed to enter the Knesset aftersecuring some 26,000 votes. Despite his rising political profile, however, the far-right rabbi was not welcomed with open arms in the Israeli parliament – whenever he spoke, all the other 119 members of the Knesset (MKs) would walk out.
MKs were so disturbed by Kahane’s presence in the parliament that in August 1985 they even passed a revision to the Electoral Law which banned parties “inciting racism” – including Kach – from participating in future elections.
The problem was that this amendment also disqualified parties which opposed the existence of the Israeli state as a Jewish state. The second anti-racist law in 1986 was even worse. It exempted discrimination on the grounds of religion resulting in Kahane voting for it and the left in the Knesset voting against it!
However, the MKs’ vocal opposition to Kach had nothing to do with the racist ideology that was guiding the party. They were simply concerned about the damage Kach’s success could inflict on Israel’s image on the international arena– before the Supreme Court’s election ban, polls were predicting that the party could gain up to 12 seats in the 1988 elections.
Nevertheless, even if it was mostly for cosmetic reasons, back then, overt racism was still unacceptable in Israeli politics.
However, much has changed in the last 35 years.
Today, heirs of Kahane are being welcomed in by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. What was trefa (forbidden) yesterday, has become kosher today.
Netanyahu’s political calculations
WASHINGTON: SpaceX’s Dragon capsule- launched on a test mission for NASA- was on Sunday approaching the International Space Station, where it was set to dock for the first time.
Dragon was gradually climbing in altitude toward the ISS, which is orbiting the Earth at around 400 kilometers altitude and at a speed of
Russia’s Geopolitical Rivals Preparing for High-Tech Wars in Space – Gen Staff
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Trump’s Surprising New Ally in Mexico? The Government
MEXICO CITY — Mexican officials are carrying out the Trump administration’s immigration agenda across broad stretches of the border, undercutting the Mexican government’s promises to defend migrants and support their search for a better life.
The Mexican authorities are blocking groups of migrants at border towns, refusing to allow them onto international bridges to apply for asylum in the United States, intercepting unaccompanied minors before they can reach American soil, and helping to manage lists of asylum seekers on behalf of the American authorities to limit the number of people crossing the border.
Trump Lost Nothing in Hanoi
When Donald J. Trump took office in January 2017, the outgoing Obama Administration national security team cautioned Trump’s transition team that North Korea was a significant nuclear threat. Obama White House officials explained how North Korea’s leaders had built up their nascent nuclear arsenal. Since at least 2013, the Obama Administration knew about the rising threat of a potentially nuclear-armed North Korea and did nothing.
It was not a matter of ignorance; it was a matter of indifference on the part of former President Barack Obama and his national security team. Obama—the man who the media claimed was the smartest of all of America’s presidents—likely had no idea how to mitigate the North Korean threat and therefore didn’t even try.
Pompeo urges India and Pakistan to avoid ‘further military activity’
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US-China Reach Deal On Currency Manipulation As Trade Talks Move Forward
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Londoner: Julian Assange closer to a journey home
Julian Assange receives Australian passport enabling him to return home / David Natzler incites anger with Jimmy Savile comment / Brits backing Brit Olivia Colman for Oscar glory / ‘Carry On, Brexit’ at Gare Du Midi…
Staff at the Ecuadorian Embassy have cause for celebration today with the news that they may finally be rid of their long-term house guest Julian Assange.
The Australian government has confirmed that the WikiLeaks founder has a new Australian passport after years without one, and could now return to his home country.
SpaceX Rocket Launches Israel’s First Lunar Lander Into Space From Florida
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Trump Says Timing Of Mueller Report Up To Attorney General
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May Visits Brussels To Try And Salvage Her Brexit Deal With European Commission Chief
British Prime Minister Theresa May was making another visit to Brussels on Wednesday to have conversations with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker about salvaging her Brexit deal, according…
Five Americans Arrested With Large Trove Of Firearms In Haiti, Charged With Conspiracy
Haiti Foreign Minister Bocchit Edmond confirmed Monday that five Americans on the island have been arrested, along with three other people, including two other foreign nationals and one Haitian, on..