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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Will the United States ban the social network TiKTok

TikTok takes over the world. While virtual. In terms of the number of downloads, this network, which appeared just a few years ago, is already ahead of Instagram. Washington really dislikes this. The United States has made various efforts to limit the impact of this network. This application was forbidden to be installed on service…

Hydroxychloroquine and fake news

The anti-hydroxychloroquine media has been full of the supposed dangers of hydroxychloroquine and its failure as a treatment for the virus. Does hydroxychloroquine work or does it not, is it safe or dangerous, and should we be using it as a treatment for the virus? Here we examine the evidence for and against it. A…

Were the Skripals Secretly Executed by Britain’s Government?

Eric Zuesse Where are Sergei and Yulia Skripal? Are they still alive? Their having been poisoned in England on 4 March 2018 didn’t kill them. Sergei Skripal is (or was) the Russian and British double agent (Russian spy who defected to UK), who had become imprisoned for six years in Russia, and then became spy-swapped…

The Second American Civil War, Part III: Cities versus Farmers [Video]

The Second American Civil War has a geographical dividing line rather different than the first Civil War did. The Mason-Dixon Line was a figurative reference for a long geographical border separating the Slave States from the Union States (a.k.a. “Free States” even though they were not exactly free). The boundary is show on maps and…

Presumption of guilt: why did the Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia fail?

The war with the criminal regime, a squadron of combat aircraft, bombing, victory of the good guys and the trial of the bad. That’s what the situation around the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia looked like. At least at the end of the last century. It looks completely different now. The International Tribunal for…

British government encourages mass emigration from Hong Kong to affect China

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Lucas Leiroz, research fellow in international law at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro… In late June, China’s National People’s Congress passed Hong Kong’s new national security law, later signed by Chinese President Xi Jinping. The new law imposes a special security regime in the autonomous territory of Hong…

A Historical Reminder of What Defines the United States, As Told by a Former...

Authored by Cynthia Chung via The Strategic Culture Foundation: We live in tumultuous days… one could say “the end of an era”. It is clear that there is a storm coming, however, the question is will it be the sort of storm that provides sustenance and relief to drought-stricken and barren lands, or will it…

Research Institutions After The Lockdown

As the worldwide coronavirus lockdown comes to an end, in Britain at least, libraries and archives are opening again. The British Library will see limited opening from July 22, and the National Archives from the day before. Things will be slightly different from before though. The National Archives was originally known as the Public Record…

NEW MONEY: The Greatest Wealth Creating Event In History — Review

This is a propaganda film that might have been made at the behest of the Chinese Government on account of the glowing portrait it paints of the mega-city Shenzhen. Having said that, most of this propaganda is justified. Since the death of Mao in 1988, successive Chinese administrations have lifted literally hundreds of millions of…

Kayleigh McEnany SHAMES press pool after no one asks about riots [Video]

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is a superb and strong lady. After President Trump spoke repeatedly about the importance of preserving national history as it happened, after he signed an Executive Order for the creation of the Garden of Heroes museum, and after he unequivocally denounced the radical leftists who have been attacking innocent…

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