General Elections were held across Indonesia last month where for the first time in the country's history the President, the Vice President, all members of the People's Consultative Assembly and local legislative bodies were elected on the same day. There were 193 million eligible voters in Indonesia voting at 800,000 polling stations for over 245,000 candidates running for 20,000 … Continue reading 569 Overworked Election Workers Die During Indonesia’s Election Process
On February 15th, the U.S. issued sanctions against dozens of Venezuelan officials ranging from PDVSA Chief Manuel Quevedo to Rafael Bastardo who is the head of a National Police Unit and three top intelligence officials. The United States accuses these men and dozens of others of violating human rights, yet in the same press conference … Continue reading The U.S. Is Using Sanctions To Extort Venezuelan Officials Into Participating In Overthrowing Maduro
Former Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis once called the United Arab Emirates "Little Sparta" when he was the US CENTCOM Commander. Mattis made this statement because the Emirates had shown over and over again that they are a powerful little force on the battlefield. The UAE has been a vital ally of the United States … Continue reading Little Sparta & Their Evil Ways
A recent four-part documentary produced by Al Jeezra and published by the Electronic Intifada has revealed a network organized and funded by the Israeli Government within the United States targeting college students on U.S. campuses who support Palestinians. The Israeli government has set up and funded sub-campaigns of what they dub Information Superiority. These campaigns … Continue reading The Israeli Lobby Exposed
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres reportedly called Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and voiced his deepest concerns over the constitutional crisis rapidly developing in the small island nation. According to a statement from the U.N., the Secretary-General; "urged the president to revert to parliamentary procedures and allow the parliament to vote as soon as possible." … Continue reading Constitutional Crisis In Sri Lanka As Violence Looms
On October 24th, the bodies of two Saudi Arabian sisters identified as sixteen-year-old Tala Farea and twenty-two-year-old Rotana Farea were found on the rocky banks of the Hudson River in New York. The bodies of Tala Farea and Rotana Farea were gruesomely discovered 225 miles from their Virginia home duct taped together at the ankles … Continue reading What Happened To Saudi Sisters Tala & Rotana Farea?