All The Shocking Revelations From Meghan & Harry’s Interview

THE EXPLOSIVE Oprah interview revealed the royal family were worried about the potential dark skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children, but that’s not the only revelation contained in an interview which sent shockwaves through fans of The Crown: Harry and Meghan were the only two people unaware Meghan was marrying into a… … Continue reading “All The Shocking Revelations From Meghan & Harry’s Interview”

She Moves Us. But Puma helps oppress Palestinian Women.

She Moves Us. But Puma helps oppress Palestinian Women.Action AlertOn International Women’s Day, as Puma launches the “She Moves Us” marketing campaign while supporting Israeli apartheid, Palestinian and international women in sports respond with #SheBoycotts.  Red Card IsraelBoycott PumaMarch 7, 2021 By:  Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI)

Most Small Business Owners Still Haven’t Had Their PPP Loans Forgiven

Jenna Edwards runs the For a Day Foundation, a nonprofit that helps children with cancer during their hospital stays and has no actual office. So she assumed that getting a loan forgiven from the Paycheck Protection Program to cover two months of payroll would be “pretty automatic,” she said. Congress created the PPP, to be … Continue reading “Most Small Business Owners Still Haven’t Had Their PPP Loans Forgiven”

Tsai lauds pharmacists’ contributions to safeguarding public health

President Tsai Ing-wen March 7 praised the contributions of Taiwan’s pharmacists towards safeguarding public health, promising that the government will leave no stone unturned in creating an even stronger public safety net.   Surgical masks are essential to Taiwan’s COVID-19 management efforts, with pharmacy technicians all over the country working diligently on the front lines … Continue reading “Tsai lauds pharmacists’ contributions to safeguarding public health”

PLAGUE OF DEATH: 54% in an Indian City Had COVID-19. 3 Out of 4 Didn’t Notice Any Symptoms

The latest seroprevelance survey in Hyderabad has revealed that around 54 per cent of the city’s residents have developed antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, indicating prior exposure to the coronavirus. The survey also revealed that more than 75 per cent of the seropositive population did not know they had contracted coronavirus infection in the past. The study, which … Continue reading “PLAGUE OF DEATH: 54% in an Indian City Had COVID-19. 3 Out of 4 Didn’t Notice Any Symptoms”

Did Racist Images in Dr. Seuss Books Contribute to War Crimes?

Photograph Source: Al Ravenna, World Telegram staff photographer – Public Domain A friend delights in sending me news stories that demonstrate what he says are the excesses of liberalism. One recent article that arrived in my inbox concerned Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ decision to halt publication of six childrens’ books it now believes contain racist imagery. … Continue reading “Did Racist Images in Dr. Seuss Books Contribute to War Crimes?”

The Phantom Sonic Menace: Cuba and the Attacks That Never Happened

Photograph Source: brett jordan – CC BY 2.0 They called it “sonic attacks,” “health incidents,” and “Havana syndrome.” In September 2017, the United States government decided to withdraw all nonessential personnel and their families from their country’s embassy in Cuba. This decision was based on alleged inexplicable noises whose causes were unclear. Word spread that … Continue reading “The Phantom Sonic Menace: Cuba and the Attacks That Never Happened”

Biden’s Hawkish Cabinet Portends Renewed US Militarism in Northeast Asia 

Photograph Source: U.S. Secretary of Defense – CC BY 2.0 Although the Biden administration has yet to present its North Korea policy, the new president’s cabinet includes many career diplomats and business lobbyists advocating the Cold War policy toward Asia and personnel from hawkish think tanks financed by the military industrial complex, leading many Korea … Continue reading “Biden’s Hawkish Cabinet Portends Renewed US Militarism in Northeast Asia “

Back in the 1970s, This Mother of 3 Kids Beat Odds to Etch her Mark as a Maths Wizard

“This is the problem with you girls…You will study hard, score high marks and then give it all up after marriage.” Dr Mangala Narlikar’s colleague’s brutally honest words churned a silent storm inside her. Waiting in queue at the London Heathrow airport in the summer of 1972, she glanced at her two toddlers and her … Continue reading “Back in the 1970s, This Mother of 3 Kids Beat Odds to Etch her Mark as a Maths Wizard”

After 28 years, Kenya qualifies for major African basketball tournament, led by record-breaking female coach

Kenya’s men win against Angola to secure their place at AfroBasket 2021Kenya’s Men’s Basketball team. Image courtesy of Kenya Basketball Federation After a 28-year hiatus,  Kenya’s national basketball team recently qualified for the FIBA’s AfroBasket 2021 tournament to be held in Kigali, Rwanda. “Team Morans,” as they are popularly known, were among the final qualifiers … Continue reading “After 28 years, Kenya qualifies for major African basketball tournament, led by record-breaking female coach”

Top Japanese banker Yoshitaka Kitao sounds alarm over Hong Kong freedoms

China’s crackdown in Hong Kong has left Japanese finance firms “very much afraid” and reconsidering whether to remain in the city, a senior banker said Monday in a rare public declaration of concern from within the industry. Yoshitaka Kitao, chief executive of financial conglomerate SBI Holdings, which runs Japan’s largest online brokerage, told the Financial … Continue reading “Top Japanese banker Yoshitaka Kitao sounds alarm over Hong Kong freedoms”

MSM Loves the Vaccine but That Russia and China Have Their Own to Offer Is Somehow a Sinister Tragedy

I think I’ve mentioned before that one of the weird contradictions of current Western reporting is the fact that it simultaneously maintains that Russia is a) the chief worldwide spreader of anti-vaccination propaganda, and b) devilishly undermining the world by trying to persuade people of the merits of its Sputnik-V anti-covid vaccine. Those damn Russians … Continue reading “MSM Loves the Vaccine but That Russia and China Have Their Own to Offer Is Somehow a Sinister Tragedy”

How a 13-YO Freedom Fighter Scared the British Into Sentencing Her to Life Imprisonment

Its beauty and difficult terrain make Hangrum [a village in Assam] a dramatic setting on a knife-edged ridge; range after range of the Manipur hills looming blue and green out of the cloud on one side of it, razor-backed spurs sweeping down to the Jenam on the other, the forbidding mass of Hemeolowa blocking the … Continue reading “How a 13-YO Freedom Fighter Scared the British Into Sentencing Her to Life Imprisonment”

Kerala Farmer Shares How To Grow Potatoes, Carrots & More With Dry Leaves

In busy cities, several residents are taking to terrace gardening. While some use their terrace or backyards, others grow produce in their balconies. Finding ways to grow the maximum amount of plants in limited space is always a challenge. C V Varghese, a vegetable farmer in Wayanad, Kerala has come up with an innovative solution … Continue reading “Kerala Farmer Shares How To Grow Potatoes, Carrots & More With Dry Leaves”

Canada’s Post Office Is Refusing to Deliver Mail to 2 Toronto Highrises Because Some of the Residents Aren’t Wearing Masks

Okay I’m just going to say it, because it needs to be said: COVID-19 has made us lazy. It just has. Okay I’m just going to say it, because it needs to be said: COVID-19 has made us lazy. It just has. Sure, we’re all washing our hands after we use the bathroom now; and maybe we … Continue reading “Canada’s Post Office Is Refusing to Deliver Mail to 2 Toronto Highrises Because Some of the Residents Aren’t Wearing Masks”

Tsai pledges to narrow gender gap at International Women’s Day event

President Tsai Ing-wen said March 6 that the government is working to narrow the gender gap in Taiwan and create conditions in which women from all walks of life can break glass ceilings in achieving professional and personal goals.   More and more women in Taiwan are holding down jobs in areas once considered strictly … Continue reading “Tsai pledges to narrow gender gap at International Women’s Day event”

The Futility of Bipartisanship

President Joe Biden should know that he isn’t facing his father’s far more moderate Republican Party, the one he dealt with as a Senate Democrat for 36 years. Many of today’s do-nothing Republicans pretend they believe in the tooth fairy, sex trafficking Democrats running pedophile rings and beholden to Satan and nearly every other conspiracy … Continue reading “The Futility of Bipartisanship”

India, Pakistan on the road to peace

New hope for India-Pakistan relations?  Opportunities missed and opportunities seized in the chronicle of international diplomacy in modern history provide two outstanding illustrative examples.  After centuries of enmity and the colossal destruction inflicted by two devastating world wars in the last century, France and Germany seize an opportunity to turn a new page in their … Continue reading “India, Pakistan on the road to peace”

Hong Kong’s Lam unable to rule out another election delay, says ‘urgent’ electoral overhaul an ‘improvement’

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam is unable to rule out another delay to the legislative election. The news comes as China’s parliament is expected to pass a resolution on Thursday to on overhauling the city’s elections to ensure only “patriots” hold power. At a press conference on Monday following her visit to Beijing, Lam … Continue reading “Hong Kong’s Lam unable to rule out another election delay, says ‘urgent’ electoral overhaul an ‘improvement’”

Covid-19: Two in critical condition and another death within days of Sinovac jab – Health Dep’t to investigate if vaccine link

One person has died while two others remain in critical condition after suffering serious adverse effects within days of being vaccinated against Covid-19, the Department of Health reported over the weekend. All three patients had received China’s Sinovac vaccine. Emergency room of the Caritas Medical Centre. File photo: Wikimedia Commons.A 55-year-old woman passed away at … Continue reading “Covid-19: Two in critical condition and another death within days of Sinovac jab – Health Dep’t to investigate if vaccine link”

Economy Adds 379,000 Jobs in February; Unemployment Edges Down to 6.2 Percent

The establishment survey showed the economy added 379,000 jobs in February. In addition, the figures from December and January were revised up by 38,000. This brings the average job gain over the last three months to 79,700. Employment in the survey stands at 9,475,000 below its year-ago level. The household survey showed the unemployment edging … Continue reading “Economy Adds 379,000 Jobs in February; Unemployment Edges Down to 6.2 Percent”

How Biden Can Spread the Benefits of Trade to Black Workers

Last week, President Joe Biden’s nominee for US trade representative Katherine Tai — a well-seasoned trade expert with decades of trade experience — faced the Senate Finance Committee for confirmation. The job will not be an easy one. As the nation’s chief trade representative, Tai will inherit a turbulent legacy of trade policy decisions during … Continue reading “How Biden Can Spread the Benefits of Trade to Black Workers”

Covid-19 vaccination programme will open to 1.3 million more Hongkongers from Tue

Hong Kong’s city-wide vaccination drive will open to seven more priority groups from Tuesday onwards, Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip announced on Monday. It means the vaccination programme will be expanded to cover 1.3 million more Hongkongers. The new priority groups include restaurant and catering staff and food delivery drivers, public transport drivers … Continue reading “Covid-19 vaccination programme will open to 1.3 million more Hongkongers from Tue”

International Women’s Day – Celebrating Greenpeace changemakers

The fight against the climate crisis is also a fight for global equality. The strong engagement of women around the world is powerful and key in advancing climate and environmental protection.  Hear from some of the women at Greenpeace from across the globe about the work they do every day and the change they want … Continue reading “International Women’s Day – Celebrating Greenpeace changemakers”

Russian Cosmonauts Wish Love, Happiness to Women on International Women’s Day

“Let each of you hear the words of love, feel the attention and care of your loved ones. May your every day be filled with joy, a feeling of happiness, pleasant surprises and family warmth,” Kud-Sverchkov said. International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 in Russia, as well as in a number of other … Continue reading “Russian Cosmonauts Wish Love, Happiness to Women on International Women’s Day”

Vaccine Diabolus and the Impending Wave of Rare Neurodegenerative Disorders, by Mike Whitney

The problem with the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine, is not that it’s a vaccine. It’s that it’s not safe. That’s the issue: Safety. This view is shared by a great many professionals who believe that these potentially-toxic concoctions pose a significant threat to the health and well-being of anyone who chooses to get inoculated. Do you…

Queen’s Commonwealth address stresses importance of family, friends, and not cooperating with the FBI in the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein investigation

WINDSOR – Queen Elizabeth II’s video message celebrating Commonwealth Day was a plea to all her subjects to focus on the people close to them in times of adversity and to never, ever give the FBI any information relating to the human trafficking and sexual abuse allegations against the now deceased Jeffrey Epstein and his … Continue reading “Queen’s Commonwealth address stresses importance of family, friends, and not cooperating with the FBI in the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein investigation”

The US War Machine Doesn’t Want Us to Take War Personally

“For Washington, it seems that whatever the problem is, the answer is bombing.” So wrote Stephen Zunes, in the wake of Joe Biden’s first act of murder as president . . . excuse me, his first act of defensive military action: bombing a border post in Syria last week, killing 22 of our enemies. This … Continue reading “The US War Machine Doesn’t Want Us to Take War Personally”

President Biden Plans a Foreign Policy for the Middle Class: He Should Promote Peace, Which Would Benefit Them and Everyone Else

The Biden administration has been attempting to deal with an unruly world and found it no more receptive to his polite talk and gentle ministrations than to President Donald Trump’s vociferous demands and blustering threats. Implementing the president’s active internationalist vision will be harder to implement than planned. President Joe Biden and his advisers are … Continue reading “President Biden Plans a Foreign Policy for the Middle Class: He Should Promote Peace, Which Would Benefit Them and Everyone Else”

In 1991 Biden Called It ‘Tyranny’ for Just One Man To Decide War

Did Joe Biden read the Democratic platform that he ran under? Elect us and we will “move away from military intervention” in the Middle East. Diplomacy will protect Syrians’ human needs and rights and “find a peaceful resolution for this horrific war.” All the “forever wars” will end. Instead, Biden and the military men under … Continue reading “In 1991 Biden Called It ‘Tyranny’ for Just One Man To Decide War”

US to Continue Using Guaido to Rob Venezuelan Assets Abroad

All Global Research articles can be read in 27 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). *** The conversation held by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken with … The post US to Continue Using Guaido to Rob Venezuelan Assets Abroad appeared first on Global … Continue reading “US to Continue Using Guaido to Rob Venezuelan Assets Abroad”

Palestinians to Lose Only Airport in Jerusalem to Israeli Settlements

All Global Research articles can be read in 27 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). *** The Jerusalem International Airport, the oldest airport in Palestine, formerly … The post Palestinians to Lose Only Airport in Jerusalem to Israeli Settlements appeared first on Global Research.