The presidential candidate from [U.S. ally] South Korea’s ruling Democratic Party of Korea (Deobureo Minjoo Party) is steeped in pro-China, pro-North Korea, and anti-United States political stances, an analyst said. Read More.
A Chinese scientist who received funding from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) filed a patent for a Covid-19 vaccine soon after the communist government in Beijing admitted there was human-to-human transmission of the virus, a report said. Read More.
Early on this coming Nov. 24, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is scheduled to launch the initial American attempt to test technologies that could be used to defend Planet Earth. Read More.
China is fully capable of a D-Day-level invasion of Taiwan and might not wait very long to unleash an attack as the communist regime of supreme leader Xi Jinping has designs on taking control of Taiwan's production of global semiconductors, analysts say. Read More.
China’s ongoing human rights abuses against its Muslim minority in Xinjiang have again been chastised by a key UN committee. Forty-three countries strongly condemned the Beijing regime’s widespread human rights violations against the Uyghur minority in what has become a systematic state policy in China’s western Xinjiang region. Read More.
Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping will not attend the summit. China is by far the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter. Russian strongman Vladimir Putin won't be there either. Russia's economy would collapse if the world decided to stop buying its fossil fuels. Read More.
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.
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.
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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