On many occasions during the 2016 presidential campaign, then candidate Donald Trump called the Chinese government out for “ripping us off” and for being an “economic enemy.” A report from the White House Office of Manufacturing and Trade Policy shows that candidate Trump was right.  

 

Despite official denials, the Communist Chinese regime's barbaric organ-harvesting program is drawing renewed attention and condemnation from Missouri and Georgia to Canada and Australia and everywhere in between. Numerous legislatures around the world have taken testimony and even approved official condemnations of the practice, which often involves murdering prisoners of conscience jailed for their beliefs. But with the mass-murdering dictatorship in China trying to whitewash the atrocities involved in its multi-billion dollar organ trade business, activists and lawmakers say the world must turn up the pressure.

On Tuesday, Iran notified the International Atomic Energy Agency that it has opened a new nuclear enrichment facility at Natanz. The EU voiced its displeasure at the development but stopped short of accusing Iran of breaking the “nuclear deal.”

Between 2014 and 2017, China conducted about 200 laboratory experiments simulating the physics of a nuclear blast, compared with only 50 such tests by the United States.

Muqtada al-Sadr — the anti-American Shi'ite cleric who led his followers in attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq — appears to be the clear winner in the country’s fourth parliamentary election since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. 

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