The world was shocked by reports of a British child-sex-trafficking ring that, owing to political correctness, was ignored by authorities. But now we're told that this case may just be the tip of the iceberg.

 

 

After months of warnings about the apparently increasing degree of Russian intervention in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, a leading Russian ideologist calls for "genocide" of “a bastard race.”

While most of us want to stamp out child sex abuse, some UK authorities tried to stamp out the reporting of it, disciplining one whistle-blower and forcing her into "diversity training."

In the latest development in the case of a British couple that took their five-year-old son out of the country to seek a new type of radiation therapy for the boy’s brain tumor, Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service withdrew an arrest warrant for the couple in a hearing at England and Wales’ High Court of Justice.

At the end of the month marking the centenary of the start of World War I, Great Britain appears to be readying once again the "Guns of August," this time in alliance with fellow members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in the Ukraine.

Authorities in the UK ignored a child-trafficking ring — and the beating, terrorizing, and sexual abuse of children. And it was for a very troubling reason: The perpetrators were Muslim.

As Russian soldiers and tanks invade Ukraine, the German chancellor worries about “damaging” Russia.

Polygamy may still be illegal in most of the West, but, increasingly, marriages today often include more than just two members: husband, wife — and Big Brother. The latest example is a proposal in the United Kingdom that would make actions such as “bullying” and withholding money in intimate relationships jailable offenses.

The European Court of Human Rights found Poland guilty of hosting a secret CIA torture prison during the George W. Bush administration.

The tragedy of the civil war that has raged in Ukraine’s eastern regions for the past several months spilled out far beyond the borders of that nation on July 17 when 298 passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH 17) were murdered by an anti-aircraft missile fired from within the contested region.

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