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Former leftist’s tribute to South Korea’s President Park Chung-Hee, 42 years later
On Oct. 26, 1979, President Park Chung-Hee was assassinated by his own KCIA Chief. Former Gyeonggi Province Gov. Kim Moon-Soo, who opposed Park in his youth, pays tribute to Park with a powerful eulogy. Read More.
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New Zealand prime minister admits creating 2 classes of people
In the new normal New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gleefully admits she is creating two classes of people with different rights — those vaccinated against Covid-19 will have rights superior to those who are not. Read More.
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Ruling elites head out to Iowa to celebrate Chinese implantation in America
A bizarre example of how deeply blood-stained communist superpower China has burrowed itself into everyday American life was seen in a small town in Iowa this week. It involved a former state governor and U.S. ambassador to China, a CNN star shipped out to the middle of the heartland, and a shamelessly pro-Red China network of U.S. business and globalist interests. Read More.
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After exiting under President Trump, U.S. returns to UN’s surreal Human Rights Council
The United States has been elected to the UN’s Human Rights Council, the controversial Rights assembly the Biden Administration rejoined earlier in the year. Read More.
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China tries to deny sensational report its space launch vehicle deployed HGV warhead
Unnamed United States sources told the Financial Times that China’s FOBS had flown a simulated orbital strike test in August; it was launched by a Long March-2C (LM-2C) space launch vehicle; it deployed a Hypersonic Glide Vehicle (HGV) warhead, and had missed its target by 24 miles. Read More.
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CNBC journalist who used provocative body language vs Putin has extensive Deep State ties
The feminist card really isn’t working here. Anyone with eyes could see that CNBC “journalist” Hadley Gamble was deliberately using sex as a weapon during her interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin at an energy panel on Oct. 13. Read More.
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Too much CCP ‘self-purification’? Xi Jinping has not traveled abroad in 630 days
Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping has in his recent speeches stressed the "party core" and his ability to effectuate “self-purification and self-renewal” of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), an analyst noted. Read More.
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Beijing’s dangerous bullying of free Taiwan
Beijing’s communists are good at bullying; look at political crackdowns in prosperous Hong Kong, the suppression of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, and of course China’s ongoing military harassment of Taiwan, a democratically ruled island which the communists claim as part of the People’s Republic of China. Read More.
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Report: Team Biden buying Chinese drones which could surveil critical U.S. infrastructure
The Secret Service and FBI have purchased drones from a Chinese company which the Pentagon had previously determined poses a threat to U.S. national security, a report said. Read More.
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Berlin Blues; Whither Germany as Angela Merkel finally exits?
Angela Merkel is leaving the political stage. After sixteen years as Germany’s Chancellor presiding over amazing growth and stability, her Christian Democratic coalition CDU/CSU hardly gained from her political coattails in the recent national elections. Read More.
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Report: China had stockpiled PCR tests well before first reported Covid case
Communist leaders in China's Hubei province began stocking up on PCR tests months before the first reported case of Covid, a report said. Read More.
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Why a peace treaty poses a mortal threat to South Korea
Time is running out for President Moon Jae-In. He has barely more than half a year to leave a legacy in Korean and world history as the leader responsible for bringing permanent peace at last to Korea, North and South. Read More.
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The rhetoric at this year's UN Assembly stopped at masks' edge
One of the rites of Autumn has been playing out in New York, as the annual UN General Assembly meeting plowed through its list of 193 speakers in under a week. Read More.
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Report: New N. Korean prison camps filled by Covid violations, ‘anti-socialist behavior’
For those who run afoul of North Korea’s rules against “non-socialist” activities, and others caught breaking Covid-19 quarantine protocols, the Kim Jong-Un regime has reportedly built new prison camps. Read More.
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Soros-speak: ‘I have eliminated “the West” from my vocabulary,’ says top Merkel adviser
The globalists are dropping more explicit hints as to what they are up to. Read More.

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