William F. Jasper
Against the will of the U.S. Congress, the Obama administration is making plans to transfer control of the Internet to globalists, who will likely assert an authoritarian hand.
Communist China slams bipartisan U.S. congressional commission for “interfering in China’s internal affairs.”
New deals come on top of the $400 billion energy pact signed in May solidifying the Sino-Soviet strategic alliance.
Arkady Rotenberg and other pals of Putin may get reimbursed for any Western sanctions, while less favored oligarchs in the Russian billionaire club are taking a fall.
Glamour, beauty, fame, wealth, privilege, power. Gulnara Karimova had it all. As daughter to Uzbekistan’s dictator Islam Karimov, she seemed untouchable.
The participants in and promoters of the Trade in Services Agreement claim they are for transparency, yet the hugely important agreement encompassing an immense chunk of the U.S. and other national economies is cloaked in secrecy.
The Obama administration’s vows to fight UN efforts for “global governance” of the Internet ring hollow.
More than two decades after the supposed “collapse of communism,” monuments to Soviet dictator Lenin still stand in Russia, Ukraine, Cuba — and in New York City, Seattle, and London.
“The sulfur dioxide (SO2) emitted from the Holuhraun eruption has reached up to 60,000 tons per day," notes Iceland Review Online, while “all the SO2 pollution in Europe, from industries, energy production, traffic and house heating, etc., amounts to 14,000 tons per day.”
While news coverage of Obama’s appearance at the September 23 UN Climate Summit focused on his speech reiterating the non-stop apocalyptic blathering of global warming catastrophists, little has been reported on his Climate Change executive order on "climate resilience" issued the same day.