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Coup rumors recall the bloody, perpetual Chinese Communist Party instability
It was a weekend in which globalists should take pause before they nominate the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to succeed the United States as the preferred preeminent source of moral example and power-political leadership. Read More.
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A propaganda-free perspective on the Russia-Ukraine War
Many Americans see the Russia-Ukraine War as an extension of the 1945-1991 Cold War that pitted the U.S. and its NATO alliance against the former Soviet Union. Read More.
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Only conservative at UN? S. Korean said world body must 'defend freedom' of each individual in all nations
It has been an eventful week at the United Nations for South Korean President Yoon Suk-Yeol, one of the few conservatives to win a presidency anywhere in the world this year. Read More.
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Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II marked Putin’s sudden turning point
Russian President Vladimir Putin finally abandoned hope only in mid-September 2022 that he could re-build a bridge to the West. Read More.
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Queen Elizabeth II: An era ends as 'Cool Britannia' enters uncertain times
The Queen has died; the page of history has turned. The passing of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest serving monarch, has shocked and saddened much of the world despite the sovereign’s declining health and her 96 years of age. Just months after having joyfully celebrated her platinum Jubilee commemorating 70 years on the British throne, she has passed. Read More.
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Meanwhile, Russia’s Gazprom set to launch new gas field
As European nations which sanctioned the Kremlin over its invasion of Ukraine brace for a long, cold winter without Russian natural gas, Russia's state-controlled Gazprom energy company announced it will launch a new gas field in December. Read More.
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UN Assembly opens amid widening global turbulence
Presidents, Prime Ministers, Potentates and Kings have assembled in New York for the opening sessions of the 77th UN General Assembly. The annual event, which was sidelined and subdued by the COVID pandemic, seems to be back in stride but lacking a bit of the buzz and expectations of previous years. Read More.
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China celebrates anti-U.S. governor’s win in Okinawa, home of Marine Corps Air Station Futenma
Communist leaders in Beijing were reportedly celebrating the election victory on Sept. 11 of Okinawa Gov. Denny Tamaki, who has adamantly opposed the U.S. troop presence on the Japanese island. Read More.
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Japan increases defense budget, sends 8 ships into Taiwan Strait
In moves that project a growing concern with China’s military buildup and aggression, Japan on Aug. 31 announced that its 2023 defense budget 5.59 trillion yen ($40.4 billion) could rise to 6.5 trillion yen ($46.2 billion) as it could request 100 more programs whose cost was unspecified. Read More.
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Herd immunity in North Korea? Totalitarian regime simply banned both Covid and vaccines
Is it possible North Korea is correct in claiming victory over Covid by simply letting nature take its course? Read More.
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'Darkness has fallen': One year after Taliban takeover, humanitarian crisis widens
One year after the appalling collapse of Afghanistan into the hands of the Taliban insurgents, the humanitarian crisis in that beleaguered South Asian country has gone from bad to worse.  Read More.
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Canada's Trudeau says people oppose his agenda due to 'anxiety' caused by 'climate change'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's woke globalist agenda is not popular among a large portion of the Canadian population. Read More.
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Report: Exactly nine months after mass vaccinations, births in Singapore decreased dramatically
Singapore began the mass vaccination of women of childbearing age in June 2021. In March of 2022, exactly nine months later, Singapore reported a dramatic decrease in births. Read More.
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140,000 bail from Hong Kong as freedom ends under new ‘security’ law
As the communist regime in Beijing tightens its grip on Hong Kong via its new national security law, more than 140,000 residents of the former British colony have applied this year for British visas that open a pathway to UK citizenship. Read More.
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Ukraine: Tiptoeing around a wider tragedy
As Vladimir Putin’s war continues against Ukraine, there’s now a grim acceptance of tragedy; targeted civilians, wrecked cities and the threat from Russia’s nuclear weapons. Read More.

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