Should China Pay $10 Trillion for Unleashing COVID?

Wuhan Lab Worker

As evidence suggesting COVID escaped from a Chinese lab continues to mount, former US President Donald Trump is demanding Beijing offer reparations. “The time has come for America and the world to demand reparations and accountability from the Communist Party of China,” said Trump Saturday at North Carolina’s GOP state convention. “China must pay, they must pay.” Trump, who was among the first to blame China for the pandemic, wants China to pay at least $10 trillion “to compensate for the damage they’ve caused” and has urged nations to “collectively…

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Futurologist Says Corona Will Leave the World a Better Place

Matthias Horx

“I am often asked these days when Corona will “be over” and everything will return to normal. My answer: never. There are historical moments when the future changes direction. We call them bifurcations. Or deep crises. This is one of those times.” Futurologist Matthias Horx shows in his corona reverse forecast how we will be surprised when the crisis is ‘over’. The world as we know it is dissolving. But behind it, a new world is coming together, the shape of which we can at least guess. To do so,…

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Russia Warns the US Will “Pay a Price” for Sanctions

Putin Standing At Podium

Moscow is furious with the Biden Administration over a new round of sanctions that saw 10 Russian diplomats expelled from the United States. The Kremlin immediately expelled 10 American diplomats in response and threatened to take “painful measures” against US business interests in Russia. “Washington should realize that it will have to pay a price for the degradation of bilateral ties,” warned Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The new sanctions on Russia are largely a response to the SolarWinds cyberattack reported last December and alleged interference in the 2020 election…

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Another Severe Sandstorm Devastates Beijing

Residents of Beijing awoke Sunday morning to a sun made blue by a fierce sandstorm that blanketed the city in dust. The storm – which comes just 2 weeks after the most severe sandstorm the region has seen in 10 years – brought high levels of dangerous particles into the city and reduced visibility to just 3,300 feet. Flights were postponed and residents were told to remain indoors. Meteorologists say the dust was blown into northeast China from drought-stricken Mongolia and have warned residents to expect more storms during the…

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Why Saudi Arabia Called for Ceasefire in Yemen

Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan on Monday called for a ceasefire to end the civil war in Yemen and reopen a major airport in the nation’s capital city, Sana’a. “The initiative aims to end the human suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people, and affirms the Kingdom’s support for efforts to reach a comprehensive political resolution,” said the diplomat. “It is up to the Houthis now…The Houthis must decide whether to put their interests first or Iran’s interests first.” Saudi Arabia has been involved in the war since…

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Do Iranian Terrorists Have Active Cells in D.C.?

Iranian terrorist groups claim to have active cells of operatives stationed in Washington, D.C., and other U.S. cities. Kawtheryoon Electronic Team, a Telegram network used by Iranian militia groups and supporters, said in a recent post that Iranian “resistance cells are rooted even in America and its capital.” The Middle East Media Research Institute, which tracks radical groups, captured the post. The militia group also claims that terror factions associated with Iran are growing stronger and attracting more support than ever before. The group demanded that the United States withdraw…

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American University Working for Chinese Communist Party

UC Berkeley

The University of California-Berkeley helped with the operation of a research center in China that gave economic advice to the Chinese Communist Party. The Washington Free Beacon released a report that claims the university began working with the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Chinese province of Guizhou’s local government to operate the Guizhou Berkeley Big Data Innovation Research Center (GBIC) in September 2016. The research center is located in the Chinese province of Guizhou, a relatively poor and underdeveloped region. The Guizhou government said in a…

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11 Iranians Arrested at the Mexican Border

US Border Patrol Car

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested 11 Iranian citizens after they illegally entered the United States from Mexico. “There were five women, ages 28, 30, 35, 35 and 37, who were arrested,” said a KPNX report. “Four men, ages 24, 31, 36 and 43, were taken into custody along with two boys, ages 10 and 2. These people had previously lived in Iran.” A U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesperson told KPNX that it was not yet clear as to why the group was attempting to illegally enter the United States. The…

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ISIS Has Returned

Suicide Bombing In Baghdad

Representatives of the Islamic State jihadist group confirmed that they were responsible for twin suicide bombings in Baghdad, Iraq. The incident killed 32 and injured over 100. The attack was the largest of its kind in the capital in recent years. It was also the biggest attack by the Islamic State since the defeat of its “caliphate” in 2017. The attack was especially concerning for the Iraq government because ISIS was usually most active in the northern part of the country. They took control of the then-second-largest city in the…

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Nuclear Weapons Are Now Illegal Under International Law

Nuclear Weapons Protest

A new United Nations treaty bans nuclear weapons. It went into effect this Friday without support from the United States or NATO. The groundbreaking treaty outlaws production, testing, acquisition, possession, and stockpiling. It also bans signatories from allowing the installation or deployment of nuclear devices on their lands. It also calls on signatories to provide assistance to victims of atomic bombs, as well as begin cleaning contaminated environments. “For the first time in history, nuclear weapons are going to be illegal in international law,” says Elayne Whyte, former UN ambassador…

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