The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) ruled that the “right to be forgotten” law only applies in the EU’s 28 member states — and not globally.
Thousands of people gathered in front of the Swiss parliament building in Bern on September 21 to protest the expansion of 5G wireless technology across their country.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may not be a racist, but he is “the biggest hypocrite in Canada,” says a liberal critic of the leader. For sure, the real problem with Trudeau is not that he has worn blackface on multiple occasions, but that he has two faces on all occasions, neither of them good.
Venezuela’s Marxist dictator, Nicolás Maduro, has relaxed some of the more debilitating of his economic policies. That relaxation is already leading to economic revival in the country’s cities.
A new memoir by former prime minister David Cameron may exacerbate the ongoing Tory civil war in the United Kingdom.
Ahead of the trade talks scheduled for October, China’s economy continues to weaken while America’s gets stronger.
Not content with having its agents run about a third of United Nations agencies already, the Communist Party of China is now pushing one of its minions to lead the powerful UN “crime” agency. The bid comes amid surging influence for the mass-murdering dictatorship within the “global governance” system. But unlike during the Obama administration, this time, critics from Capitol Hill to the White House are paying attention — and speaking out.
Beijing's move to install Andy Tsang-Wai-hung as chief of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) comes just after Communist Chinese agent Qu Dongyu secured the top spot at the massive UN Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO). Whistle blowers and diplomats accused the regime of using bribery and threats to secure enough votes from UN member governments to have Qu take over the influential post.
People were shocked. The president wasn't shocked. The tariff wars are following standard negotiating tactics and protocol taught by the Harvard Law School.
VIDEO - With the passing of Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe, the mainstream media has come to remember him differently than his tyrannical rule and record would implicate. Alex Newman talks with Dr. Duke Pesta over why the media seems to preach favorably of dictators who have murdered their own people.
Even as the United Nations brazenly attacks the United States over alleged “human rights” issues, the UN is facing global criticism for censoring a formal complaint against the Communist Chinese dictatorship's mass incarceration of ethnic Uighur Muslims in “re-education” camps. The UN is also under fire after it tried to cover up the fact it gave the Chinese regime the names of dissidents who exposed communist crimes.
The latest complaint, filed by over 120 non-governmental organizations from around the world, sought to have UN leaders and agencies condemn Beijing's “escalating abuse” of the UN's rules to silence discussion about China's monstrous human-rights violations. Instead, UN leaders chose to help the regime in China sweep the scandals under the rug.
The current saga began in March when UN Watch chief Hillel Neuer spoke out about the communist regime's abuses against the Uighur (also spelled Uyghur) population in China's far-Western Xinjiang province known as East Turkestan. Beijing's delegates continually interrupted him, pounding and hollering, in an effort to shut down the embarrassing and horrifying testimony.
Zimbabwe's mass-murdering dictator Robert Mugabe was one of the most ruthless tyrants of the 21st century. Installed with direct support from the Deep State in the West and the Soviet Union, he died this week at 95 after having been deposed in 2017. In response, establishment media outlets around the world attempted to deceive their audiences, ludicrously proclaiming that Mugabe had “liberated” the former Rhodesia as he oversaw its economic implosion and enslavement. The reality is that Mugabe was no “liberator.” He was not a “guerrilla leader.” He was a maniacal, genocidal terrorist who came to power as a direct result of Deep State-controlled U.S. and British foreign policy. And the entire continent suffered as a result.