Denmark joins diplomatic boycott of Chinese regime’s ‘Olympics of genocide’

Europe 01/15/22, 15:14

Denmark became the ninth country to express its rejection of the countless human rights violations perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Therefore, it will not send diplomatic representation to the Beijing 2022 Winter Games, also called the "Genocide Olympics." In this regard, Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod emphasized, "It is no ...

North Korea fires rail-launched missiles in response to U.S. sanctions.

U.S. 01/15/22, 14:56

In its third weapons launch this month, North Korea confirmed Saturday that it test-fired train-launched ballistic missiles in apparent retaliation for new sanctions imposed by the Biden administration over its continued test launches. As reported by The Guardian, citing North Korea's official news agency, KCNA, the drill was to "verify and ...

UK files landmark $3.2 billion class action against Facebook

United Kingdom 01/14/22, 16:53

Facebook's parent company, Meta, has recently been sued in the UK in an unprecedented class action, accused of abusing its market dominance and exploiting its users' data without consent. Competition law expert Dr. Liza Lovdahl Gormsen leads the lawsuit against the social media giant. The renowned lawyer announced the lawsuit against ...

Pompeo warns Olympic athletes of ‘nastiest’ Chinese regime surveillance

U.S. 01/13/22, 18:28

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned athletes who will compete in what has been dubbed the "Genocide Olympics" to be held in Beijing, China, next month about the nasty surveillance system they will be subjected to by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  Based on experience, Pompeo describes some deprivations to ...

US finalizes sanctions options in case Russia invades Ukraine after failed talks

D.C. 01/13/22, 17:54

White House officials said that the United States had finalized sanctions if Russia invades Ukraine after NATO and Russia met for "make or break" talks on the Ukraine crisis that ended without Russia's commitments on de-escalation. U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman told reporters on Wednesday, Jan. 12, that Russian President Vladimir ...