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Republicans on House intel committee: Covid origins may be tied to Chinese bioweapons program
Republicans on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence said there are “indications” that the Covid virus could have originated as part of communist China’s bioweapons research program. Read More.
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Anti-Islamic behavior on the rise in Iran, splitting families of 1979 revolution
The ruling clerics' decades-long effort to ensure Iran stays on a strict Islamic path is facing its greatest threat yet as protests against the regime which call for more freedom continue nationwide. Read More.
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Why does Team Biden want to buy Venezuelan oil?
During the Thanksgiving holiday, the Biden Administration announced it was quietly reversing policy and allowing limited petroleum imports from Venezuela. Read More.
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Environmentalist horror: UK approves first new coal mine in three decades
UK Housing and Communities Secretary Michael Gove on Wednesday approved a plan to open the first new coal mine in Great Britain in 30 years. Read More.
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China scales back Covid lockdown; Readies crackdown on anti-CCP radicals
The communist regime in Beijing has loosened Covid restrictions in the wake of nationwide protests, reports say. Read More.
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Miles Yu on China uprising: Neither crackdown nor protests were about Covid
The China-wide demonstrations against the Chinese Communist Party and supreme leader Xi Jinping shocked the world and were called a protest against the regime's brutal Covid lockdown policies. Read More.
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'Apocalyptic' PR: Kim's 8 ICBM tests are 'clear and present threat' to Japan, U.S. bases
North Korea’s petulant and isolated regime wants attention. It’s thirty-something Dictator Kim Jong-Un vies for the noxious notoriety which much of the world has focused on Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine or Xi Jinping’s military threats to Taiwan. Read More.
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The Orwellian nightmare in western China that shattered the CCP’s Internet firewall
Demonstrators in China said firefighters were unable to respond to and contain a blaze at an apartment building in Urumqi, capital of the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang, where an unknown number of people died because of the communist regime's Covid-19 lockdown. Read More.
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Report: China EV industry destroying Indonesia's environment
In mining the metals needed for its electric vehicle industry, China has created an environmental catastrophe in Indonesia that might never be cleaned up, a report said. Read More.
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China protests go global, defied ‘surveillance state’ imposed after Tiananmen
As video from nationwide anti-lockdown protests in China goes viral, supporting demonstrations in New York, Toronto and other world capitals have erupted highlighting the distinction between the relatively small CCP and the Chinese people. Read More.
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Team Biden finally focuses on U.S. energy crisis — by lifting sanctions on rogue state Venezuela
Team Biden is addressing the U.S. energy crisis by encouraging more oil drilling — in the socialist hellhole of Venezuela. Read More.
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Unlike FBI, UK’s MI5 goes public about China’s recruitment of high level influence agents
Chinese operatives have been recruiting British citizens as spies as part of influence operations that can last years and even decades, according to the chief of domestic intelligence in the United Kingdom. Read More.
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'Culturally we are not ready for that': Philippines rebuffs UN on abortion, divorce, same-sex marriage
Government officials in the Philippines said the nation will not follow the recommendation of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to allow abortion and divorce and to legalize same-sex marriage. Read More.
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Iranian women pull back the veil on hated regime West learned to tolerate
The women’s led uprising against Iran’s Islamic Republic continues. Under the inspiring slogan Woman, Life, Freedom, the movement confronting Teheran’s theocratic regime is widening and now had gained vital political support from key Western countries many of whom long rationalized their political and business links with Iran. Read More.
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My world, my ‘conditions’: Ruler-for-life Xi straightens out Trudeau, G20 actors
Fresh from forcibly securing an unprecedented third five-year term as China's top leader, Xi Jinping returned to the international stage at the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia after a self-imposed Covid travel drought. Xi promptly made clear to the president of the United States and other leaders that he expected deference. Criticism was met with charges of "Cold War mentality." Read More.

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