The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a resolution asking the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for its legal opinion on the Zionist regime’s occupation of Palestinian territories.

The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a resolution asking the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for its legal opinion on the Zionist regime’s occupation of Palestinian territories.

The 193-member United Nations General Assembly voted on the resolution on Friday. Eighty-seven countries voted in favor of the resolution against 26 negative votes cast by the Israeli regime, the United States, its oldest and strongest ally, and 24 others,...
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Two-Thirds Of Voters Believe Social Media Engaged In Politically-Motivated Censorship

Two-Thirds Of Voters Believe Social Media Engaged In Politically-Motivated Censorship

The December Harvard CAPS Harris Poll is out this week and Mark Penn and his colleagues have some interesting results to share. Despite the refusal of many in the media to cover the Twitter files, nearly two-thirds of voters believe Twitter shadow-banned us...
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Interview with Michael Hudson

Interview with Michael Hudson

Michael Hudson is an American economist, Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, former Wall Street analyst, political consultant, commentator and journalist. He is a contributor to The Hudson Report, a weekly economic and fin...
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UN adopts resolution on Syrian, Palestinian sovereignty over natural resources in Zionist regime-occupied territories

UN adopts resolution on Syrian, Palestinian sovereignty over natural resources in Zionist regime-occupied territories

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has adopted a resolution declaring that Syrians and Palestinians have sovereignty over their natural resources in the Zionist regime-occupied tracts of land in the strategic Golan Heights and the West Bank, including ...
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FBI illegally deployed Khazarian NSO Pegasus surveillance software

FBI illegally deployed Khazarian NSO Pegasus surveillance software

As Washington Post recently informed, during the Trump administration, the FBI paid $5 million to an Khazarian-Israeli software company NSO for a license to use its “zero-click” surveillance software called Pegasus. Zero-click jargon refers to spyware sof...
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Twitter’s CEO, CFO and Chief Censor escorted out of HQ

Twitter’s CEO, CFO and Chief Censor escorted out of HQ

The machinery of the Deep State and the Apartheid Zionist regime narrative took a heavy hit. The strategists and ideologists of the Khazarian crime syndicate are shaking with fear. If Elon Musk’s public statements that he plans to reduce or...
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Iran signs deal to supply 50 gas turbines to Russia

Iran signs deal to supply 50 gas turbines to Russia

Iran has signed a contract with Russia to supply it with 40 turbines to help its gas industry amid Western sanctions, Shana news agency reports. Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company’s CEO Reza Noushadi said the country’s “industrial su...
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All of Western Europe is capable of producing 4 tanks per month

All of Western Europe is capable of producing 4 tanks per month

No, this is not a joke. As the war in Ukraine continues, replacing combat losses becomes an increasingly difficult for both warring parties. The warring party of NATO (by proxy) + Ukraine (yes insiders and analysts know that this is...
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CIA and Pentagon behind “over 800 major movies and more than 1,000 TV titles”

CIA and Pentagon behind “over 800 major movies and more than 1,000 TV titles”

According to a new document obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, the CIA and the Pentagon have tirelessly “worked behind the scenes on over 800 major movies and more than 1,000 TV titles.” That is quite a huge number. Researchers,...
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Zionist occupation of Palestinian territory unlawful under international law

Zionist occupation of Palestinian territory unlawful under international law

Experts of an UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory have concluded that the Israeli occupation and the Tel Aviv regime’s expansionism are unlawful under international law, based on what it said was &#8...
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ExxonMobil abandons a major stake in the Sakhalin-1 oil and gas project

ExxonMobil abandons a major stake in the Sakhalin-1 oil and gas project

US energy giant ExxonMobil announced that it has left Russia completely, discontinuing operations in the Sakhalin-1 project in the country’s Far East, after it was transferred to a local entity. “With two decrees, the Russian government has unilaterally te...
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US sets free over 300,000 illegal migrants with GPS tracking devices

US sets free over 300,000 illegal migrants with GPS tracking devices

Biden administration has reportedly more than tripled the number of migrants released in the US with cell-phone and GPS monitoring. President Joe Biden’s administration has reportedly vastly expanded use of a program that sets loose illegal aliens into the U...
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Poland formally demands $1.2 trillion in damages from Germany

Poland formally demands $1.2 trillion in damages from Germany

Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau signed a diplomatic note to Germany on Monday that finalizes demands for compensation for the damages from the Nazi invasion and occupation during World War II. Warsaw is seeking $1.2 trillion, but the claim has...
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Syria Demands Compensation For Oil Losses In UN Speech

Syria Demands Compensation For Oil Losses In UN Speech

In a rare plea before the U.N. General Assembly in New York, Syria’s top diplomat demanded compensation for oil and gas stolen by the United States, as well as its monumental energy losses over the course of the 11-year long war....
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New Zealand Prime Minister Calls For A Global Censorship System

New Zealand Prime Minister Calls For A Global Censorship System

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is the latest liberal leader to call for an international alliance to censor speech. Unsatisfied with the unprecedented corporate censorship of social media companies, leaders like Hillary Clinton have turned from pr...
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