New relationships are growing and strengthening among countries in the Global South. Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin are meeting, while Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro traveled to Beijing to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
What do these big geopolitical shifts mean for the residents of the Global South and the globe? Brian Becker is joined by Be [...]
In summary: In the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and Iran are two major countries in the region, and both national authorities practice Islam, but belong to different sects. Islam in Saudi Arabia belongs to the Sunni sect, while Islam in Iran belongs to the Shia sect. The two sects have been in a feud since ancient times, creating mutual hatred and distrust. [...]
"The US and NATO are convincing the EU that China is a threat to its security - a China that hasn't dropped a bomb on anyone in 40 years. The US is trying to drive a wedge between China and Europe, and if we go down that road, God help Europe. God! Please save us all."
Tulsi Gabbard testifies on the Weaponization of the Federal Government during the House Subcommittee meeting.
At the hearing, former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard spoke about her reaction to being accused of “treasonous lies” in a tweet by Utah Sen. Mitt Romney last year, over claims she made about Ukraine.
Gabbard, who was invited by Republicans to testify, focused her remarks on cancel c [...]
Legendary journalist Seymour Hersh just dropped a bombshell report exposing how the U.S. carried out the terror attack against the Russian Nord Stream pipeline. The destruction sent Germany into an economic tailspin and forced them to start buying American natural gas. The Biden administration meanwhile announced their new target is China.
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In recent developments, Germany’s Prosecutor General Peter Frank confirmed “there is no evidence to blame Russia for the destruction of the Nord Stream gas pipelines”:
“It currently has not been proven (…) The investigation is ongoing (…) We are currently evaluating all this forensically. [The suspicion] that there had been a foreign sabotage act [in this case], has so far not been [...]
It is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain the West’s unsubstantiated narrative that Russia sabotaged the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines. Now, even some German officials are beginning to admit that there is no evidence to blame Moscow for the crime. Indeed, as the question about the real culprit remains, at some point Berlin will have to investigate the possibility of sabotage by count [...]
The Washington Post is reporting that there is “no conclusive evidence” that “Russia was behind the Nord Stream attack.” But they're the same newspaper that suggested that Russian President Putin actually did this himself single-handedly. So is this a begrudged conclusion? The Post cited 23 diplomats and intelligence officers from nine countries and found that no one who took this seriousl [...]
The two nations have been promoting settlements in national currencies. The transition to trade in national currencies between Russia and China will contribute to a global de-dollarization process, China's Charge d'Affaires in Russia said this week at a conference on Russian-Chinese relations. [...]
Every psychopath is well-practiced at lying; anyone who tolerates that person’s lying is not only encouraging psychopathy but is, oneself, psychopathically unconcerned about the public’s welfare, because any such encouragement will, itself, facilitate the further spreading of lies and deception of the public. [...]
Isn't it great listening to a man that has no axe to grind and just wants to tell truths in an unbiased manner? Jordan Peterson is such a blessing for the West.
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“Sabotage is the most likely cause of leaks in two Baltic Sea gas pipelines between Russia and Europe, European leaders have said, after seismologists reported explosions around the Nord Stream pipelines.”
According to European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen “the leaks” into the Baltic sea were due to “sabotage”:
“Any deliberate disruption of active European en [...]
We discuss Western hegemony and U.S. policy in Russia, Ukraine, and China with Columbia University economist Jeffrey Sachs, whose new article is headlined “The West’s False Narrative About Russia and China.” Sachs says the bipartisan U.S. approach to foreign policy is “unaccountably dangerous and wrongheaded,” and warns the U.S. is creating “a recipe for yet another war” in East Asia [...]
The sale comes amid tighter restrictions from the United States in May, which blocked the Chinese tech giant's access to software and semiconductors made with US technologies.
Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei Technologies, said he hoped Honor would become a strong competitor in the smartphone market and even surpass his company in the future, the South China Morning Post reported on Friday [...]
China is slowly reorienting its economy "away from North America" and "towards the rest of Asia" as evidenced by the newly finalised Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership that it has signed with 15 fellow Asian countries, covering 2.3 billion people, an economic analyst tells Sputnik.
The world's largest trading block, led by China, finalised a new trade agreement on 15 November 202 [...]
A top US State Department official has praised Germany for strengthening regulations on Chinese company Huawei. However, Berlin decided against caving into pressure and banning the company outright, reports say.
A tour by Keith Krach, US undersecretary of state for economic affairs, is part of repeated attempts by the US to discourage European countries from collaborating with Huawei in the r [...]
The world's fourth-largest processor company may potentially strike fresh deals with a leading Chinese smartphone company as a trusted supplier amid the ongoing US trade war on China, it was revealed in reports this week.
Huawei subsidiary smartphone maker Honor confirmed it would seek to acquire MediaTek 5G processors for upcoming mobile product lines, reports revealed on Thursday. [...]
This week, in defiance of the Trump administration, London formally granted Chinese tech giant Huawei the right to build part of the UK’s 5G mobile internet network, albeit capping its UK market share at 35 percent and restricting involvement to “non-core” infrastructure. The US, which lobbied intensely to block Huawei, expressed disappointment. [...]
US President Donald Trump complained this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the United States has not been “treated fairly” by the World Trade Organization (WTO). Professor Richard Wolff joins Boom Bust to discuss Trump’s comments, and what may be in store for Transatlantic relations. [...]