The outbreak is “dealing a blow to the [WTO’s] efforts to update the global rules of commerce,” monostream media reports claim (de facto world government, anyone??).
Calling Erdogan’s move an “act of war,” van Langenhove unfurled a Greek flag and aimed his final statements directly at Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès.
On Tuesday, New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman reported that the White House has prohibited audio or video recording at the latest meeting about emergency measures within the government against the spread of coronavirus
The World Bank’s “pandemic bonds” that exist today will mature on July 15 of this year. The Class A bonds feature an interest rate of 7% while the Class B bonds’ rate is 11%. When a global pandemic is declared before July 15 the control grid syndicate loses $425 million in bond assets and they will lose the 7% and 11% interest.
Boris Johnson’s election was reported as an indictment of open-borders, liberalism and the government’s failure to follow through on Brexit but his top priority is apparently punishing critics of Israel.
Two resolutions passed by the French parliament and U.S. Congress last week have troubling implications for Palestinians and their allies.
Labour has obtained official documents showing the US is demanding that the NHS will be ‘on the table’ in talks on a post-Brexit trade deal
House Democrats subpoenaed McGahn to testify after the Mueller report laid out several instances of the counsel refusing to carry out orders.
For the first time in U.S. history, a key congressional committee has approved a bill that would comprehensively put an end to the federal prohibition of marijuana.