Boris Johnson Condemns Myanmar Coup, But Is Silent on Genocide
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Boris Johnson Condemns Myanmar Coup, But Is Silent on Genocide

Within hours of last week’s Myanmar coup d’etat, the denunciations came pouring in. Britain began considering new sanctions. US president Joe Biden pledged action against the military leaders who had directed the coup, which dislodged Myanmar’s Nobel-prize-winning leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. In London, the British Foreign Office hauled in Myanmar Ambassador U Kyaw Zwar Minn, citing the…

Great Reset: New Globalist Conspiracy (Pandemic, Vaccination, Unrest, WWIII, Genocide)
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Great Reset: New Globalist Conspiracy (Pandemic, Vaccination, Unrest, WWIII, Genocide)

Last June-3 during the Davos Summit, Klaus Schwab and Prince Charles announced the theory of the Great Rest. During this announce they spoke about Covid-19 as “a rare but tight opportunity window to rethink, reinvent and reset our world”. During this meeting there were among many others : –       Antonio Guterres (general secretary of UN) –       Kristalina Georgieva (general manager of IMF) –       Brad Smith (successor…

Donald Trump’s Genocidal Acts Against Humanity
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Donald Trump’s Genocidal Acts Against Humanity

In 1979, United Nations Committee on Human Rights rapporteur Abdelwahab Bouhdiba cited the atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia as an example of “autogenocide,” the carrying out or enabling of mass deaths among one’s own nation. Previously cited examples of genocide at the time Bouhdiba’s coined the word autogenocide, were Nazi Germany…

Auschwitz Was Evil But So Was Jasenovac, Yet Few Dare to Talk About It
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Auschwitz Was Evil But So Was Jasenovac, Yet Few Dare to Talk About It

The 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz is a somber event marked by deep reflection across Europe about the evils of its genocidal past, which makes it an appropriate time to remind everyone about Jasenovac, the Croatian-operated death camp that few are aware of and even fewer dare to talk about. *** Europe is…

Dozens of Palestinians Killed in Israeli Strikes on Gaza
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Dozens of Palestinians Killed in Israeli Strikes on Gaza

At least 26 Palestinians had been killed by late Wednesday and 71 others wounded, including 30 children, as Israeli airstrikes against the crowded and impoverished coastal enclave of Gaza continued for a second day. The violence began early Tuesday morning with the targeted assassination of Bhaa Abu al-Ata, a commander of the Palestinian group Islamic…