At a fundraiser to build a memorial in Ottawa honoring victims of communism, conservatively estimated at around 100 million dead in the last century, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper lashed out at what he called the “evil” and “poisonous ideology” that brought about “hell on earth.” On behalf of the government of Canada, the Conservative Party leader also spoke out for the hundreds of millions of men, women, and children who have struggled and continue to struggle “against the tyranny of communism” — both those who lived, and those who did not.

Speaking at a joint press conference with David Cameron at the G7 summit in Brussels on June 5, President Obama said the United States has “a deep interest in making sure that one of the closest allies that we will ever have remains strong, robust, united, and an effective partner.” (Emphasis added.)

As the new Ukrainian government endeavors to end Russian-sponsored terrorism, a new wave of anti-Ukrainian propaganda is flooding the Internet.

Exactly 25 years ago today, the ruthless Communist Party regime ruling over mainland China massacred thousands of innocent civilians in Beijing’s now-infamous Tiananmen Square. The protesters, like people around the world, just wanted freedom. The autocrats, however, whose bloody rise to power was facilitated by the U.S. foreign policy establishment, responded by deploying the military for a barbaric crackdown that went down in history as a dark and barbarous stain on all of humanity.

COPENHAGEN — The chorus of official resistance to the shadowy Bilderberg meetings between top globalists in Big Business and Big Government is growing louder. While the outcry remains relatively tame considering the magnitude of the problem — over the weekend, 120 to 150 top globalists descended on Copenhagen to plot humanity’s future behind closed doors — lawmakers and the public are becoming increasingly concerned. Even a Bilderberg attendee called for more transparency.