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Rohingya Crisis – Why China & India Support Myanmar Against The Muslims

The reputation of Myanmar’s pro-democracy icon – Aung San Suu Kyi – is in tatters for her failure to condemn her country’s so-called “clearing operations” in Rakhine State. Once a darling of the West, her portrait was even removed last month from public display by Oxford University UK, the same college she studied politics, philosophy […]

... written on Oct 19 2017

Here’s How Oil Could Crash To $10 – In 6 To 8 Years

Russia’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has revealed that after the global crude oil meltdown, Kremlin is ready for reality. As one of the world’s largest producers of crude oil, Russia was badly hit when the oil prices plunged in 2014. Russian ruble lost more than 120% against the American dollar in July 2014 alone. And […]

... written on Oct 16 2017

Johor Sultan Mocks & Declares War On Najib’s “Brainless” Islamic Department

Sultan Ibrahim of Kingdom of Johor has spoken against Islamic extremism – again. This time, however, the monarch takes his fight to a next higher level – over the “stupidity” of JAKIM (Malaysian Islamic Development Department). It appears that the sultan is fast losing his patience with his supposedly fellow Muslim intellectual.   Malaysia might […]

... written on Oct 16 2017

US & Israel Quit UNESCO – $600 Million Up In Smoke Under Bokova’s Watch

Irina Bokova, the outgoing UNESCO chief, has every reason to be ashamed of her leadership. The world body is about to lose a fifth (22%) of its funding after the United States announced that it is withdrawing from the United Nations Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) – accusing the body of “anti-Israel bias”. And Israel […]

... written on Oct 13 2017

Challenging The US Dollar – Soon, China Will Buy Saudi’s Oil Only In Yuan

United States can get most of what it wanted, including intimidating and bullying anyone in the world, partly because of its almighty U.S. dollar. It’s a known fact that the U.S. is broke. America is the world’s biggest debtor nation – owing more than US$20.37 trillion – and climbing. Whenever they run out of money, […]

... written on Oct 12 2017

Forget America, Robocop Is Already Here … In China

Robocop might come from Hollywood but the world’s first robotically enhanced police officer – either using a real human brain or AI (artificial intelligence) – could be years away. But China, not the U.S., isn’t about to wait for that day. As competition grows toward embracing AI for the future, China has just deployed Robocop […]

... written on Oct 11 2017

Meet Kim Yo Jong, The Loyal Princess Of North Korea That Nobody Talks About

Kim Jong-un doesn’t seem like a dictator who trusted nobody but himself. While everybody talks, mocks and laughs at the young brutal North Korean dictator, who enjoyed blowing up his enemies with anti-aircraft gun, including his uncle, very few knew about Mr. Kim’s little sister – until now. Kim Yo-jong, who is 4 years younger […]

... written on Oct 10 2017

Rocket Man Kim Gets A Boost – Russia Provides New Internet Link Against The U.S.

Remember how we told you about the good-cop-bad-cop roles being played by China and Russia to ensure the survivability of Fat Boy Kim Jong-un, or rather the “Rocket Man” as what U.S. President Trump likes to call the North Korean leader these days? Well, the drama has shifted into high gear, making it more obvious […]

... written on Oct 06 2017

U.S. “Flirting” With ISIS, So Russian Submarines Fired 10 Kalibr Cruise Missiles

Russia is frustrated because the Syrian War has ended and the Daesh (ISIS, ISIL, IS) was supposed to be eliminated ages ago. Somehow, the annoying terrorists refuse to fade away, and Kremlin knew the reason. The Russian has accused the U.S. forces of providing intelligence to the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in eastern Syria, accusing Washington […]

... written on Oct 06 2017

Catalonia Independence – Spain Is About To Lose A $263 Billion Cash Cow

Spain’s King Felipe VI has spoken – that Catalan leaders have broken the laws of the state. He called their behaviour “irresponsible”, “lack of loyalty”, “disrespect to the powers of the state”, and risking the country’s economic stability. But the king didn’t say what a king should say – about police brutality and the need for […]

... written on Oct 04 2017









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