Speaking in South Africa earlier this month, Obama showered praise on a top leader of the South African Communist Party (SACP), Nelson Mandela — a man who lied about his party membership all his life, and who also led the mass-murdering terrorist wing of the Soviet-controlled African National Congress (ANC) known as Umkhonto we Sizwe. The former U.S. president's apparent idol, who inspired him to get involved in politics in the first place, spent decades on the official U.S. State Department terrorist list. Incredibly, though, Obama articulated a bizarre vision for the world based on the actions and words of this man.

Where are the POWs shipped to the Soviet Union from the Korean theater, as American researchers and writers, including this one, have alleged in articles and books based upon U.S. government documents.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a hard-line Muslim who believes that a “moderate” version of Islam cannot be squared with Islamic teaching.

In a highly controversial speech in South Africa, a nation on the brink of catastrophe amid racist land grabs and brutal massacres that experts have linked to the ruling regime, former U.S. President Barack Obama showered praises on President Cyril Ramaphosa and other highly controversial figures. The adulation poured out on Ramaphosa went far beyond normal diplomatic courtesy. In fact, Obama claimed the radical left-wing ruler, who is right now leading the charge to steal land from minority farmers without compensation, was “inspiring new hope in this great country.” In reality, critics say he is driving it over the edge of a cliff.

European Jews are facing a new tide of anti-Semitism.

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