Europe’s refugee/migrant crisis is back with a vengeance. And the ruling class elites are pushing for a United Nations Global Compact on Migration that would spell the end of Europe — and national sovereignty worldwide.
The United Nations General Assembly, dominated by unfree regimes and even mass-murdering dictators, voted this month to create a new UN “terrorism” agency to supposedly wage the emerging global terror war. The new UN outfit, known as the “United Nations Counter-Terrorism Office,” will be led by a Russian terror czar and charged with leading the UN's terror efforts and coordinating national governments' implementation of global terrorism policies coming down from the international body. Meanwhile, the UN and many of its member regimes continue to come under fire for their well-documented links to and support for terror, tyranny, and extremism.
Australia’s Justice Minister Michael Keenan announced two weeks ago that his government would be trying once again to remove “illegal” guns from society.
A federal judge in Michigan has temporarily blocked the deportation of more than 100 Iraqi Christians living in Detroit, who fear for their lives if they are forced to return to their native land.
The failings and destruction of socialism are on full display in Venezuela, as its starving citizens are risking 60 miles of open ocean to barter for food in Trinidad.
American Special Forces have “boots on the ground” and are helping Philippine troops and police fight Islamist rebels in the Southern town of Marawi, according to U.S. and local officials cited in news reports around the world. The news comes after firebrand Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte, accused of extra-judicial killings as part of his war on drugs, repeatedly threatened to evict all U.S. troops from the Philippines. A number of legal concerns have been raised surrounding the operations for both governments. However, with officials and media outlets arguing that the fighting is aimed at stopping Islamists supposedly “loyal” to the Islamic State (ISIS), the legal issues have been mostly swept under the rug so far.
Two unnamed U.S. officials told CNN that U.S. satellites have detected new activity at North Korea’s underground nuclear test site for the first time in several weeks.
The Muslim Council of Britain has passionately and specifically condemend the attack of an individual mentally ill man on the mosque in Finsbury Park after issuing bland, cut-and-paste staements rife with trite clichés in the wake of three deadly Islamic terrorist attacks in as many months.
President Donald Trump's reversal of the previous administration's unilateral concessions to the Communist Castro regime ruling Cuba drew widespread praise. However, not everyone was happy.