In Venezuela, now a military dictatorship, Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino is in charge of enforcing price controls and distributing what's left of products supplied by the crippled economy.

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), an international tribunal in The Hague, ruled in favor of the Philippines on July 12, in a maritime dispute with China over that nation’s construction of artificial islands in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. 

The blood of five murdered Dallas police officers, reportedly shot dead by at least one racist “black power” activist who hated whites, was barely dry when the United Nations put out an official press release touting “black lives matter” and blasting American law-enforcement for “structural racism.” The UN's “experts” on “people of African descent” also called for prosecuting and punishing local police officers involved in two recent fatal shootings, ignoring due process and other constitutionally guaranteed protections ensuring that all Americans are considered innocent until proven guilty. In another troubling sign of UN extremism, which has included co-hosting events with the racist Black Lives Matter extremist group and flying them in to speak at UN events, the UN also demanded that the U.S. government “strongly assert” that “Black lives matter.”

Africa's would-be rulers appear to be just as tone deaf and out of touch as the so-called “eurocrats” rebuked last month. As the European Union faces potential disintegration after the historic British “Brexit” vote to exit the EU super-state, the so-called “African Union” is still plowing full-speed ahead with undemocratic regional government. Most recently, the outfit unveiled a plot to erase borders and provide a single African passport to every “African citizen” that includes biometric data. Other extreme attacks on nationhood and self-government are also in the works as the continent and its peoples are herded into what internationalists often refer to publicly as their “New World Order.”

The chairman of the Iraq Inquiry, Sir John Chilcot said: “We [the members of the Inquiry] have … concluded that the circumstances in which it was decided that there was a legal basis for UK military action were far from satisfactory.”

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