“If the Japanese are banned from leaving the country, the isolation will be completed.”Originally published on Global VoicesA scale model of the former foreign enclave of Dejima, in Nagasaki. Dejima was a self-contained trading post reserved for Europeans at Nagasaki, Japan, from 1634 to 1854, during Japan’s “period of isolation” (鎖国, sakoku). Original image by … Continue reading “Omicron prompts Japan to attempt “national isolation” once more”
The Second World War started, at least as far as its “European theatre” was concerned, with the German army steamrolling over Poland in September 1939. About six months later, even more spectacular victories followed, this time over the Low Countries and France. Great Britain refused to throw in the towel but could not threaten a … Continue reading “How General Winter Did Not Save the Soviet Union in 1941”
Speaking ill of the dead General Chun Doo Hwan was the corrupt military dictator that ruled Korea from 1979-1988, before handing off the presidency to his co-conspirator General Roh Tae Woo. Chun took power in a coup in 1979, and during his presidency he perpetrated the largest massacre of Korean civilians since the Korean war. He died on November 23rd, … Continue reading “South Korean Dictator Dies, Western Media Resurrects a Myth”
Lawyers know about precedent–defined as, something that precedes or comes before: for example, a court decision that serves as authority for deciding subsequent cases involving similar facts or legal issues, or other precedents which serve as guides for administrative conduct and decisions. Precedents provide consistency; they are the rules of the rule of law. That … Continue reading “There’s Precedent for That”
The recent breaching of the United States’ embassy in Yemen’s capital city of Sanaa by rebel forces, and the detaining of Yemeni employees of the embassy, is the latest escalation in a war that has gone on for far too long. It is a war that the United States has supported and remains deeply involved in. It’s … Continue reading “This Must End: Saudi Warplanes Carpet-Bomb Yemen With US Backing”
Get the Marines ready. Store the supplies. Marshal the allies. The United States is getting ready for war (the preferable term in Washington is policing) in the Indo-Pacific region, and is hoping to do so with a range of expanded bases across client states, or what it prefers to call friends. On November 29, the … Continue reading “Arming Against China: the US Global Posture Review”
Biggest 5G coverage of the Formula 1 stc Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2021 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (AETOSWire): stc has completed its preparations for the launch of the Formula 1 stc Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2021 in Jeddah, providing the F1 circuit and all associated event venues with the latest technical equipment, including digital services and high-speed … Continue reading “Fastest street circuit in the world in Jeddah”
ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX, France–(BUSINESS WIRE/AETOSWire)– Laboratoire Cerba, a global leader in specialized clinical pathology and member of the Cerba HealthCare Group, has detected a case of the Omicron variant from the sample of a patient arriving from Nigeria who was tested at Roissy Charles De Gaulle airport. The authorities – Santé Publique France [Public Health France], Agence … Continue reading “Covid – 19: Laboratoire Cerba Detects First Case of Omicron Variant in Mainland France”
Covid shots help protect against Covid! That’s what the numbers say! At least they do once you take the initial 14-day period after vaccination in which your infection risk actually shoots up sharply *and throw it away*. Even this highly massaged and possibly entirely virtual effectiveness vs infection turns negative around the 6-month mark. In … Continue reading “The Perfect Pharma Product: You Have to Keep Taking Boosters Just to Avoid NEGATIVE Efficiency”
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All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit … The post Brzezinski Spawn Vows to Complete Cordon Around Russia, Unite Ukraine, “Democratize” Belarus appeared first on Global … Continue reading “Brzezinski Spawn Vows to Complete Cordon Around Russia, Unite Ukraine, “Democratize” Belarus”
Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, available exclusively at VDARE.com Earlier by Michelle Malkin: Amnesia of the Anarcho-Tyrannists You’ve seen the video clips and read the news stories. Gangs of looters spent the Thanksgiving weekend looting retail stores in our cities: Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Home Depot, Best Buy, Apple, pharmacies, jewelry stores, … Not all…
I’ve found it useful to engage in a “What if?” thought exercise. The idea is to imagine what it would be like now if what happened in the past had happened in some other way, to envision an alternative history and see what it implies. I find it heuristic to do: it makes what has…
This is adapted from remarks given at the 18th American Renaissance conference on November 13, 2021. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re here today because our country is dying. It’s hard to say exactly when it fell sick. Was it in the 1960s? Maybe the 1860s? Was it infected from the start? One thing is certain: On…
There have been numerous papers published showing how well the vaccines protect people after the second dose. Some of this effect is an illusion. The effect happens as a result of inaccurate measuring and a phenomenon called survivorship bias. Survivorship bias happens when a group is compared at two time points, but the members of the … Continue reading “Why Hide What Happens in the First Two Weeks After Injection?”
Just a few decades ago, it was still possible for the left to find space on corporate-owned airwaves. Progressive talkers like Tom Leykis, Lynn Samuels and Phil Donahue found wide audiences until they got pushed off the air by the corporate powers that be. I worked talk radio in Los Angeles and San Francisco until…
A BONAFIDE Hollywood legend but more importantly than that Keanu Reeves is clearly a top, top bloke if viral internet stories are anything to go by. His life serves as a goldmine of first and secondhand accounts of random acts of kindness and general soundness. We’ve all heard the story of him buying gifts for… … Continue reading “Incredible True Stories About The Legend That Is Keanu Reeves”
The Iran-Iraq war kickstarted the China-Iran partnership. Understanding that history provides valuable context for the relationship today.
WITH growing evidence and acceptance among Covid experts that the Omicron variant which was present in Europe, US and elsewhere before it was detected and reported by South Africa only results in mild cases of the virus, some sections of the media confessed to feeling deflated. “So it doesn’t eat your flesh from the inside… … Continue reading “Media Can’t Hide Disappointment Omicron Variant Doesn’t Eat The Flesh From The Inside Out”
Standing up for U.S. values doesn’t mean abandoning caution.
Editor’s note: Not completely sure what to think of this one, but I don’t want to be a gatekeeper. Let’s look at reporting from all corners and see how far we can figure it out together — or else everyone can make up their own mind. As tensions mount between Washington and Moscow over a … Continue reading “WaPo: Russia Is Building Up Capacity That Would Allow It a Multi-Front Invasion With 175,000 Troops”
GENEVA — The Mideast Beast’s investigative team has recently discovered that the World Health Organization (WHO) has added high levels of Valium to the water supply of Israelis and Palestinians. If true, the move is a serious breach of national security and of international law, with some claiming it’s a form of chemical warfare. Yet, no … Continue reading “Report: World Health Organization Forced Valium into Israeli and Palestinian Water Supply”
GENEVA (3 December 2021) – “We are shocked by the recent killing of Sin Khon, near his home in Phnom Penh on 21 November. Mr Sin Khon was affiliated with the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) that was disbanded by the Supreme Court in 2017. He …
COLOMBO (3 December 2021) – Sri Lanka has a robust legal framework to tackle contemporary forms of slavery and been making progress in other areas, such as increasing minimum age of employment from 14 to 16 and the establishment of a child-labour free zone. …
GENEVA (3 December 2021) – The UN Committee against Torture (CAT) on Friday published findings on the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Nigeria, Serbia and Sweden, the six States parties that it reviewed during its latest session. The …
The International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL) joins the 60th West Papua Flag Raising Day celebrating the continuing struggle of indigenous West Papuan for genuine peace, human rights and the right to self-determination. …
Issued by the Informal APEC Senior Officials’ Meeting Phuket, Thailand, 3 December 2021 “We need to rethink our approach and adopt a future growth model that creates a paradigm shift and addresses the inherent inequalities and imbalances that render …
More than 187,300 individuals sign global petition December 03, 2021 ROME, ITALY—Today, civil society and indigenous peoples organizations delivered more than 187,300 petition signatures from over 107 countries to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization …
Its ascent to a leadership role in international diamond accreditation is an opportunity for the industry to clean up its act.
If any outside power could help Sudan chart a path to democracy, it should have been the United States.
Comments by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News The Exposé has published a study by an anonymous “top British Biomedical scientist with 30 years of experience in his field” that is well-referenced and exposes the fraud in virology, which he calls “Voodoo Scientism” and states that it is not “real science.” This is further evidence to … Continue reading “British Biomedical Scientist: FRAUD and Crimes Against Humanity Enabled by Virology’s Unscientific Voodoo Scientism”
Children aged 5 to 11 with an increased risk of becoming seriously ill after a coronavirus infection should be invited for a vaccination against Covid-19, the Dutch Health Council wrote in an advis
About 9 percent of airline passengers who arrived in the Netherlands from South Africa and were tested for coronavirus received a positive result.
The RIVM registered 21,612 more coronavirus infections in the Netherlands between Thursday and Friday morning.
The bonfires in The Hague are canceled this year due to the coronavirus measures.
Mayor Frank Streng of the municipality of Medemblik filed charges against a realtor for putting “discriminatory texts” in an advertisement for a rental in the city in mid-November.
The police arrested about 50 protesters on Friday at the building of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague.
Prime Minister Modi and Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina In the life of a nation, perhaps, the first fifty years ought to be regarded as marking the rites of passage through adolescence. India can congratulate itself for helping navigate Bangladesh through a difficult childhood. Parentage of a precocious child isn’t easy and Bangladesh can be opinionated, … Continue reading “India-Bangladesh ties at inflection point”
God created man in his image; in the divine image he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them, saying: “Be fertile and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it. Have dominion over the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, and all the living things that move on the … Continue reading “Dominion: A Matter of Interpretation?”
The latest pandemic threat, Omicron, raises contrasting theories. If change is inevitable, then the recent spat of viruses only reminds us that we were too comfortable in our previous lives. We should always expect some change. On the other hand, if Omicron is a mutation of a virus that came from a laboratory error, then … Continue reading “Change, Mutation, Evolution and the Real End of History?”
When the Department of Defense released its annual report on Chinese military strength in early November, one claim generated headlines around the world. By 2030, it suggested, China would probably have 1,000 nuclear warheads — three times more than at present and enough to pose a substantial threat to the United States. As a Washington … Continue reading “War With China in 2027?”
This is the eighth part in a series about a journey across what used to be called Macedonia, which is now divided among Albania, North Macedonia, Greece, and Turkey. With less than three hours in Thessaloniki, I decided to limit my touring to the Museum for the Macedonian Struggle (a hard one to pass up) … Continue reading “Macedonian Ramble: the Struggle for Independence”
The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity by David Graeber and David Wengrow is, I think, a terrific contribution to human knowledge and guide to pursuing more of the same — as well as a notable accomplishment for the Davids of the world, who have perhaps been falling a bit short lately. A few … Continue reading “Reflecting on the Dawn of Everything”
There is a line I keep seeing repeated on social media. It goes something like this: “They are allowed to decide what is acceptable to post and what is not. It’s free, after all.” Things like that may make snappy and snarky comebacks to people complaining about internet censorship. Only it isn’t true. Not by a long … Continue reading “Censorship, the Myth of Free Data and the False Solutions on the Table”
Vietnamese refugee Vo Van Hung – who was jailed as a teenager for murder and spent 27 years behind bars – has said that he has abandoned his efforts to fight deportation. A black and white photograph among the “Vietnamese Boat People Series” captured by Bobby Yip Ying-kit from 1985 to 1989. Photo: HK Gov.When … Continue reading “Vietnamese refugee abandons fight against deportation after 27 years behind bars in Hong Kong”
Professor U Pruthviraj, who currently heads e-mobility projects at the Centre for System Design (CSD) under the National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Surathkal, and his team of students have developed the VidhYug 4.0 electric bike (e-bike) for forest surveillance. Unveiled during the ‘Shola Utsav’—organised by the Kudremukh Wildlife Division on 17 November 2021 to … Continue reading “NIT Karnataka Designs Solar-Powered E-Bike for Forest Guards’ Surveillance Trips”
In 2013, Abhay Bishnoi from Rajasthan joined a Noida-based private firm after completing his graduation in engineering. However, a year into working at the organisation, he found that his salary and career growth prospects were both disappointing. In search of better options, Abhay decided to attempt competitive examinations. “I quit my job and began taking … Continue reading “Failing to Crack Exams Like UPSC, Friends Start ‘Super Mushrooms’ Biz, Now Earn in Lakhs”