Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince said at the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition meeting that the IMCTC will “pursue terrorism until it is eradicated completely.”
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his government plans to strengthen Japan’s defense mechanisms in the face of the growing threat from North Korea.
Will President Trump make good on his promise to get tough on China, one of his signature campaign pledges? Not if the Wall Street swamp dwellers accompanying him to Asia have their way.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia issued a decree establishing an anti-corruption committee chaired by his son, and more than 40 princes and government ministers were arrested.
So much for private businesses remaining private in China. The communist government is turning them into milk cows.
North Korea tested its sixth and largest nuclear bomb on September 3 — a device it said was a hydrogen bomb — and world leaders expressed strong condemnation.
Communist China said that if North Korea launches missiles that threaten U.S. soil first and the United States retaliates, China will stay neutral.
As the Saudi regime and its allies continue laying waste to the impoverished nation of Yemen using mostly American weapons, U.S. boots are now reportedly on the ground to assist in the destruction as part of the global terror war. Millions of Yemeni civilians have been displaced and are suffering amid what analysts are describing as among the greatest humanitarian crises currently afflicting the planet — disease, starvation, and violence are running rampant. With the U.S. government now getting sucked even deeper into the conflict, there appears to be no end in sight to the civil war. And unsurprisingly, globalists are, as usual, exploiting the tragedy they helped create to advance the cause of globalism via regional governance.
The UN Security Council — by a unanimous vote — imposed new sanctions on North Korea as a punitive measure in response to Pyonyang’s two ballistic missile tests in July.
South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) has disputed North Korean claims that the long-range missile it tested on July 4 has re-entry capabilities.