Daily Archive: June 26, 2018

US Liberals Are Clinically Insane and Care Nothing for the American People

Even before Donald Trump won the White House, there were strong indications that something was not quite right with the Liberal mindset. Today, all doubt on the matter has been cleared away. The mass hysteria that swept across Liberal America, like one giant tear tsunami, following Hillary Clinton’s ‘surprise’ loss in the 2016 presidential election has reached a new level...

Saudi Arabia has a New Qatar Plan: MbS is Going to Dig Himself Out of a Hole, Which He Made Himself

Don’t laugh. Riyadh is going ahead with plans to dig a canal along its border with Qatar making it an island. But will the PR stunt distract media attention away from its own internal crisis, not to mention Qatar’s ‘independence’? In just 12 months, the so-called Qatar Crisis – Saudi Arabia’s nefarious bid to make its tiny neighbour a pariah...

South China Sea a Touchstone for the New Realities

At the recent Australia-China Business Council meeting in Canberra, China’s ambassador to Australia Cheng Jingye accused Australia of harbouring a cold war mentality, and said that “less bias and bigotry” was needed if the currently strained relationship between the two countries was to be repaired. Prime Minister Turnbull, addressing the same conference after Mr Cheng, said that the relationship between...

Soros Is Sorrowful That Trump’s “Revolution In World Affairs” Is Succeeding

Soros is lamenting that his desired world order is under threat because of Trump. Expressing frustration that “everything that could go wrong has gone wrong”, the billionaire financier of countless Color Revolutions all across the world told the Washington Post that he was “living in [his] own bubble” because he failed to foresee Trump’s meteoric rise. Fearful that Trump “is...

How Chechen Strongman Became Putin’s Bridge to Muslim World

It was a curious cargo for a Russian military aircraft: No bombs, no munitions, no troops, only women and children. The aircraft landed in Grozny, the capital of Russia’s Chechnya region, last October. The passengers were relatives of radicalized Russian nationals fighting for Islamic State, held captive in Iraqi prisons after being abandoned on the territory of the embattled and crumbling...