As the American people and the Trump administration work to rein in the international dictators club, the mass-murdering dictator ruling mainland China vowed in his New Year's address to “resolutely uphold the authority and status of the United Nations.”
During a New Year’s Day address, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un struck an unusually conciliatory tone for the usually belligerent strongman, calling for peace on the Korean peninsula.
A newly declassified British diplomatic cable is shedding new light on the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. According to the document, written on June 5, 1989 — just over 24 hours after the mass killing — the death toll was at least 10,000. This is more than three times the estimate of nearly 3,000 commonly reported.
Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry reported on December 28 that 41 people were killed and 30 wounded by multiple bomb blasts at a Shiite Tebyan cultural center in Kabul.
Citing an “appalling” climate for what the United Nations dishonestly characterizes as “human rights,” scandal-plagued UN “High Commissioner for Human Rights” Zeid bin Ra'ad Al Hussein is planning to step down this summer.
Responding to a UN General Assembly vote rejecting the U.S. government's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the Trump administration and a wide array of prominent lawmakers warned that American taxpayer funding of the United Nations was at risk. Foreign aid to anti-American governments and tyrants may also be drying up soon, the president warned. If the Trump administration makes good on its threats connected to the vote, Americans may soon be saving many billions of dollars annually — and potentially even U.S. sovereignty, too.
The Chinese regime is using countless video cameras and face scans to monitor citizens — and thousands have already vanished. It’s a cautionary tale about how modern technology threatens to make totalitarianism truly total.
The Chinese Communist Party convened political parties from all over the world in Beijing for “high-level dialogue.” The U.S. Republican Party sent a high-level delegate to offer a speech and represent the GOP.
North Korea tested a new type of missile on November 28 that its government claims is capable of reaching the U.S. mainland.
Scientific tests appear to support the belief that the Emperor Constantine did indeed direct the building of a church over the site of what the Romans believed was the tomb that held the body of Jesus Christ until His resurrection.
In an interview with the New York Times, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman called Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei the “new Hitler of the Middle East.”