FSB Director Alexander Bortnikov reveals that 1,700 Russian citizens are in Iraq fighting for ISIS, despite decades of Soviet KGB proliferation of Islamic radicalism and international terrorism.

The old saying, "The more he spoke of his honor, the more quickly we counted the spoons," applies to Putin, following his denials in the murder of Boris Nemtsov.

Sunday's Wall Street Journal says the China economic bubble is imploding at an accelerating rate that has caught Wall Street economists off guard.

According to a damning report  from Bloomberg News January 8, “U.S. weapons intended for Iraq’s beleaguered military are winding up in the possession of the country’s Shiite militias,” militias that are allied with Iran.

In China, where religious liberty has been under attack since the communist takeover in 1949, persecution of Christians has escalated over recent months. Communist Chinese authorities have destroyed churches and religious symbols and arrested Christian leaders and laity in recent crackdowns against those groups regarded by Beijing as “cults.”

 

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