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Invasion Of Chinese Electric Vehicles – Europe Wants To Slap Tariffs, But German Companies Fear Retributions

Would anyone believe 5 years ago that China will one day overtake Japan as the world’s top auto exporter? Yet, the country which the West often mocks for producing cheap and low-quality products has evolved at a remarkable rate from being an imitator to an innovator. The so-called copycat is now threatening not only Japan, […]

... written on Sep 27 2023

The Real Reason Behind Ukraine Invasion – NATO Chief Stoltenberg Admits Russia Invaded Ukraine Due To NATO Expansion

Despite throwing tens of billions of U.S. taxpayers dollars into the Ukraine War, Washington and its allies have not been able to weaken, let alone defeat the Russians. Since losing the battle of Bakhmut in May 2023, the Ukrainian forces are spooked – and demoralized – after the city has been “completely destroyed” by Moscow’s […]

... written on Sep 13 2023

Mahathir’s Jinx & Muhyiddin’s Fatwa – How Bangsa Johor Stops The Spread Of Racism And Radical Islamist

Opposition Perikatan Nasional’s “green wave” finally came to a screeching halt in the southern state of Johor. In spite of low voter turnout and controversial acquittal of UMNO president Zahid Hamidi, who is also the deputy prime minister, the people of Johor have decided to return both Pulai parliamentary seat and Simpang Jeram state seat […]

... written on Sep 10 2023

This Is Just The Beginning – These Charts Show The Impact Of The BRICS Expansion, And How 6 New Members Were Selected

BRICS has expanded to include Iran, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, Ethiopia and Argentina. Following the 15th annual BRICS summit in Johannesburg, South Africa last week, the bloc of five major emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – decided to admit the additional 6 new members, effective January […]

... written on Aug 28 2023

Mysterious Runway On Triton Island – China Could Be Preparing Drone War With The U.S. And Allies

Military analysts aren’t sure the real purpose of what appears to be a new airstrip on one of the islands China controls in the highly contested South China Sea. The runway, which saw its construction in just a few weeks since the last satellite images were captured, is about 600 metres (2,000 feet) long – […]

... written on Aug 18 2023

11 Chinese & Russian Warships Near Alaska – The U.S. Cries “Highly Provocative”, Ignoring Freedom Of Navigation

What were America and its allies doing thousands of miles away from home? It’s funny that China was being called a bully for defending its territories, but the West was merely conducting freedom of navigations in the backyard of China – South China Sea. The best part was when China and Russia sailed near Alaska, […]

... written on Aug 07 2023

Malaysia Snatched Tesla From Indonesia – How PM Anwar Convinced Elon Musk To Set Up HQ In The Country

Anwar Ibrahim has been telling everyone in the current six states election campaign about his success in getting electric vehicle company Tesla to set up its headquarters in Selangor, Malaysia. Of course, he did not bluff or lie, and there’s a reason why the prime minister was incredibly proud of his achievement. It will create […]

... written on Jul 31 2023

India Bans Rice Export Again – Why Global Food Security Could Get Ugly And Trigger Inflation

Accounting for more than 40% of the global rice trade, as well as the second-largest producer after China, India’s latest decision to ban the exports of non-basmati white rice with immediate effect (July 20) could trigger further inflation on global food markets. The move comes amid concerns that there could be a supply shortage in […]

... written on Jul 22 2023

Food Price To Spike Again – Russia Terminates Black Sea Grain Deal, Threatening Global Food Security

Russia has terminated a deal with Ukraine which allowed it to export grain through the Black Sea, potentially plunge the world into another round of food crisis. First inked in July 2022, the U.N.-brokered Black Sea Grain Initiative enabled Ukraine to supply world markets with over 32 million tonnes of food products after Moscow invaded […]

... written on Jul 17 2023

Yellen Bows Repetitively – America Begging China To Buy $850 Billion Debt, But Beijing Has 5 Demands For The U.S.

Americans were stunned – and humiliated – when U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen bowed, not once, but repetitively, when she met Vice Premier He Lifeng during her visit to Beijing last week. Her Chinese counterpart was pleasantly surprised with her gesture that he appeared to backs away to give Yellen more room to “kowtow” and […]

... written on Jul 11 2023









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