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Korean Peninsula Brinksmanship

For a day at least, Washington and Pyongyang stepped back from the brink. The DPRK refrained from conducting an expected sixth nuclear test, likely postponed, not cancelled. Trump showed restraint by not belligerently reining on North Korea’s Day of the Sun commemorative parade, honoring its founder Kim Il-sung’s 105th birthday. All quiet on the eastern front held on Saturday, fireworks perhaps coming later at a time of Trump’s choosing. ...Read full article...

Trump’s America won’t be under a ‘One China’ Policy

“I do not know why we have to be forced to a ‘One China’ Policy, unless we make an agreement with China that has to do with other things, including trade,” Trump says. US President-elect Donald Trump has questioned his country’s protracted “One China” policy in an interview broadcast on Sunday by Fox News. Trump said that he fully understood the US policy of recognizing only one China, but ...Read full article...

Regime Change In The Philippines

When will the neoconservative chant begin: “Duterte must go”? Or will the CIA assassinate him? President Rodrigo Duterte has indicated that he intends a more independent foreign policy. He has announced upcoming visits to China and Russia, and his foreign minister has declared that it is time for the Philippines to end its subservience to Washington. In this sense, regime change has already occurred. Duterte has suspended military maneuvers ...Read full article...

China and Syria change the balance of International Relations

Although we don’t know the details of what was agreed between China and Syria, the existence of an agreement between them has modified both the battle-field and the balance of international relations. Last year, the Anglo-Saxon secret services broadcast a number of hair-brained interpretations of this same subject – today, Thierry Meyssan gives a precise analysis of the important points. Although the visit to Syria by Admiral Guan Youfei ...Read full article...

Russia Foils Terrorist Attacks by US-Supported Ukraine Putschists

On August 10, Tass said Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) foiled terrorist attacks in Crimea (initiated) by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s main intelligence directorate.” An FSB statement said the plot “target(ed) critically important infrastructure…to destabilize the socio-political situation in the region as preparations for (parliamentary) elections of federal and regional authorities are underway” – scheduled nationwide on September 18, including in the Republic of Crimea and federal city of ...Read full article...

America’s Pivot to Asia Passes through Vietnam

 Lifting the military embargo on Vietnam has nothing to do with good politics or a desire to help a country that the U.S. helped destroy. In 2013, Kurt Campbell and Brian Andrews, from the Asia group, wrote a piece on the United States so-called pivot to Asia. In their article, the authors explain that America’s pivot to Asia is a balancing game. Parties participating in that game include Japan, ...Read full article...

Population 2.0: Poor and Unhealthy into the 21st Century

Over 40 million Children Reach Extreme Levels of Obesity. Childhood obesity is not just a problem of rich countries. In fact, it is much less so in wealthy nations. According to the World Health Organization, of the 42 million children under five who are overweight in the world, 35 million, or 83%, are part of middle and low income families. “It’s an explosive nightmare,” says the World Health Organization ...Read full article...

Impacts of Turkey’s Aggression against Russia

The “Turkish Stream” is Dead. Will Russia re-enter an economy crisis? Regime change” in Ukraine engineered by the US State Department was largely responsible for the collapse of the “South Stream” gas pipeline project. Washington’s intent was to establish a de facto blockade which would prevent the flow of Russian gas to the European Union. “The South Stream gas pipeline worth €15.5 billion was intended to pump 67 billion cubic meters ...Read full article...

Russia-China Relations and the Downing of Russia’s Jet

The downing of a Russian jet fighter over Syria’s airspace was undertaken  by Turkey in consultation with Washington and Brussels. Turkey did not take this decision without getting the green light from the Pentagon. Is this an act of  revenge against Russia for bombing the US-sponsored Islamic State in Syria? The unspoken truth is that Russia is undermining US-NATO’s ground operations inside Syria. The latter are made up of ...Read full article...

‘Million Cancer Deaths From Fukushima Expected in Japan’

A shocking new report defies the chronically underestimated impacts of the Fukushima’s triple meltdown on the risk of cancer in exposed populations, which does not just include Japan, but arguably the entire world.  A new report from Fairewinds Energy Education (FEE), “Cancer on the Rise in Post-Fukushima Japan,” reveals that the ongoing multi-core nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi plant that started in March 2011 has produced approximately 230 times ...Read full article...

China’s Infamous one-child Policy comes to and End

Couples will be able to have 2 children. The policy established in 1976 prevented the birth of 400 million people. Population control is a dream of the powers that be. Since they took over the control of the planet, their wish has been to swiftly depopulate the Earth because they believe there aren’t enough resources to feed everyone. On the other hand, they have never cared to explain why ...Read full article...

One-Child Policy Failure: China Considers Ending Forced Depopulation

China is the role model to follow for global depopulation. Other countries follow with covert programs but no nation has been so clear about its hatred for humanity than the Asian giant. It seems that forced depopulation measures such as mandating how many children a woman is allowed to give birth to have proven to be a big mistake. The Chinese people are rapidly aging and China is now ...Read full article...

Washington’s Fifth Columns Inside Russia and China

It took two decades for Russia and China to understand that “pro-democracy” and “human rights” organizations operating within their countries were subversive organizations funded by the US Department of State and a collection of private American foundations organized by Washington. The real purpose of these non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is to advance Washington’s hegemony by destabilizing the two countries capable of resisting US hegemony. Washington’s Fifth Columns pulled off “color ...Read full article...

China’s Military Strategy

 Longstanding US overreach may lead to direct confrontation with China. The risk of potential conflict is real. On May 26, China’s official press agency Xinhua headlined “China rolls out military oadmap of ‘active defense’ strategy,” saying: An official white paper issued by the State Council Information Office titled “China’s Military Strategy” pledged “closer international security cooperation.” It stressed “the principles of defense, self-defense and post-emptive strike.” It said China ...Read full article...

Chinese Gulags still booming despite reforms

Torture is still commonplace in Chinese detention centers. Despite reforms adopted in recent years, police abuses continue to be used to extract confessions and the courts continue to condemn those who have admitted their guilt under ill-treatment. These accusations are part of a new report issued by the human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW). The usual mistreatment of detainees include chaining for days to ‘special’ chairs, called “tiger ...Read full article...
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