Selected Articles: US Cyber Spy Scandal: Pompeo Blames Russia, Trump Blames China. Why?

US Cyber Spy Scandal: Pompeo Blames Russia, Trump Blames China. Why?

By Andrew Korybko, December 22, 2020

Many people are confused after President Trump contradicted Secretary of State Pompeo’s claim that Russia was behind what’s been described by many as one of the most intrusive cyber espionage operations against America in history after he publicly suggested that China might have been the culprit instead and even downplayed the significance of this extensive security breach.

The Dystopian Western World

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, December 22, 2020

As the second decade of the 21st century comes to an end, democracy and free speech no longer exist in the Western World.  In all its respects, Western civilization no longer exists.

U.S.-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act: US Congress Votes $4 Billion to Israel for 2021

By Alison Weir, December 22, 2020

Congress just voted billions of dollars of U.S. tax money to Israel, No mainstream US media appear to have told Americans that both houses of Congress just voted massive aid to Israel, a tiny country with a long record of human rights abuses, violations of law, systemic racism, and damage to Americans.

Pakistan Returns $1bn to Saudi Arabia and Turns to China for Loan Assistance

By Areeb Ullah, December 22, 2020

Cash-strapped Pakistan has returned $1bn to Saudi Arabia as the second instalment of a $3bn soft loan, and is turning to China to help pay the rest. Saudi Arabia has historically never asked Pakistan to repay its loans. But earlier this year, the kingdom broke diplomatic norms and pushed Islamabad to repay the $3.3bn loan after Pakistan’s foreign minister admonished Saudi Arabia for not criticising India’s crackdown in Kashmir.

Seriously? Gunshot Deaths Counted Among COVID-19 Fatalities in Colorado

By Stephen Green, December 22, 2020

A pair of gunshot deaths that counted among COVID fatalities have earned the ire of a county coroner in Colorado. Grand County, in the sparsely-populated (but breathtaking) northwestern quarter of the state, is home to fewer than 15,000 people and has been lucky enough to endure only a handful of deaths related to the Wuhan Virus.

The Christmas Truce of 1914 and Other Unlearned Lessons from World War I

By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, December 22, 2020

Five months into the miserable death and destruction of the perpetually dead-locked trench war (featuring the now-infamous mass slaughter via artillery, machine gun and poison gas weaponry), the first Christmas of the war on the Western Front came around.

“Walk the Streets of Damascus, and Listen to the People Concerning US Sanctions and Aggression Against Syria”

By Janice Kortkamp and Steven Sahiounie, December 22, 2020

There was a multi-pronged effort on the part of the US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Qatar to take control over Syria, and when that failed, to divide and conquer it. This effort, begun during the GW Bush administration and flaring into violence during Obama’s administration, continues under Donald Trump.

What if the Christ Child Had Been Born in the American Police State?

By John W. Whitehead, December 22, 2020

Those nativity scenes were a pointed attempt to remind the modern world that the narrative about the birth of Jesus is one that speaks on multiple fronts to a world that has allowed the life, teachings and crucifixion of Jesus to be drowned out by partisan politics, secularism, materialism and war, all driven by a manipulative shadow government called the Deep State.

FDA Investigates Allergic Reactions to Pfizer COVID Vaccine After More Healthcare Workers Hospitalized

By Children’s Health Defense, December 22, 2020

The FDA is investigating allergic reactions in “multiple states.” The agency acknowledged the reactions may have been caused by PEG, a compound in the Pfizer vaccine that CHD previously told the FDA could put millions of people at risk.

Chang’e-5 Completes Lunar Trip, More Space Missions Planned

By Deng Xiaoci and Fan Anqi, December 22, 2020

On the freezing grassland in Siziwang Banner, North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, a Chinese national flag was placed right next to the re-entry capsule of Chang’e-5 lunar probe, whose epic predawn landing on Thursday provided the perfect climax to China’s latest moon missions—an epic moon sample return mission.

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