President Donald Trump's effort to slash U.S. tax funding for the United Nations by at least half does not go nearly far enough, according to a former UN staffer who saw the horror show that is the UN, up close and personal. Instead, the ex-UN official argued, the United States must withdraw completely from the dangerous, scandal-plagued global body that threatens human rights, human life, and even “the well-being of the world.” Anything less will leave Americans as accomplices to the atrocities.
The reason for the harsh words is simple: The UN is filled with corrupt, racist, and criminal staff who engage in monstrous crimes and abuses, including the rape of children, all with impunity, said former UN staffer Pallavi Kakoti-McHugh.
Venezuela's leader Nicolas Maduro inherited an incredible bread machine, and has done everything in his power to demolish it.
In a move designed to chill free speech, a German “justice” official has proposed fining social-media sites up to $53 million for not swiftly deleting “hateful” posts. Welcome to the new Germany — same as the old Germany.
Despite the historic Brexit vote and soaring anti-European Union sentiment across the bloc, unelected EU bosses are moving forward with a plot to create a continental military force answerable only to the unaccountable superstate. In a throwback to the days of European imperialism, EU policymakers are already plotting to use their newly approved EU military headquarters in Brussels to provide more help to globalist institutions such as the United Nations as they occupy various African nations under the guise of “peace.” And despite British voters demanding that ties with the superstate be severed, efforts are being made to ensnare the United Kingdom's armed forces in the latest EU military scheme.
Australia's new gun-buyback program is a tacit admission that the first effort 20 years ago failed, leaving the vast majority of now-illegal firearms in the hands of the country’s citizens who largely ignored the mandate.
Operation Car Wash in Brazil has, over the last three years, uncovered massive corruption and sped the country's decline. Unfortunately, the investigation has much further to go.
North Korea reported that the nation’s launch of four missiles on March 6 was part of practice tests to hone its ability to strike U.S. military bases in Japan.