‘We are in the process of Islamising France, and it is happening perfectly naturally’

Remember: anyone who expresses concern about the decline of French society and culture and the growing influence of Sharia provisions denying equality of rights to women, the freedom of speech, and more is just a racist, bigoted “Islamophobe.” “We are Islamizing France and it is happening naturally,” translated from “On est en train d’islamiser la… Read More ‘We are in the process of Islamising France, and it is happening perfectly naturally’

130 Retired Generals, Admirals Demand Resignations From Milley, Austin Over Afghanistan Disaster

The list of retired admirals and generals demanding resignations from Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) Mark Milley has grown significantly in the last few days, going from under 90 just a few days ago to ballooning to 130 by Thursday. The retired admirals and generals said that… Read More 130 Retired Generals, Admirals Demand Resignations From Milley, Austin Over Afghanistan Disaster

Belgorod: Russia’s New Submarine Has the U.S. Navy (and the World) Really Confused

One of Russia’s largest and most complex submarines, the K-329 Belgorod, has officially started its sea trials, as per expert naval analysis. The Belgorod is one of the largest submarines in terms of displacement in existence today, exceeded only by the Soviet — now Russian — Typhoon class, which is coincidentally the largest submarine ever built. The design is… Read More Belgorod: Russia’s New Submarine Has the U.S. Navy (and the World) Really Confused

Up to 30 inches of snow buries portions of Korean Peninsula, Japan

Dangerous travel conditions are unfolding across the Korean Peninsula and parts of Japan as a strengthening storm brings rain and heavy snow as it races across the region. A storm that moved through northeastern China over the weekend remained in place into early Monday, keeping areas of rain and snow Most areas received a slushy… Read More Up to 30 inches of snow buries portions of Korean Peninsula, Japan

Swedish professor quits COVID-19 research amid hostility over his findings

A Swedish professor of epidemiology has quit researching COVID-19 after facing fierce backlash over his findings that the illness poses a low threat to children — undermining the political argument that schools can’t reopen. Jonas Ludvigsson, a professor of clinical epidemiology at the Karolinska Institute, said he has lost sleep as a result of the… Read More Swedish professor quits COVID-19 research amid hostility over his findings

Amazon documents reveal company’s strategy to dodge India’s regulators

NEW DELHI – It was early 2019, and senior Amazon.com Inc executive Jay Carney was preparing for an important meeting. The former press secretary to U.S. President Barack Obama, Carney was scheduled to talk with India’s ambassador to the United States in Washington, D.C. In Delhi, the Indian government had just announced foreign direct investment regulations that threatened… Read More Amazon documents reveal company’s strategy to dodge India’s regulators

Electoral Integrity Bill: Voter ID Set to Become Mandatory in UK Elections

The British government is planning on requiring voter ID for elections by the year 2023, in one of the biggest reforms to the electoral system in recent memory, a report claims. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government is set to require that voters present some form of identification, such as a driving licence, passport, or even… Read More Electoral Integrity Bill: Voter ID Set to Become Mandatory in UK Elections

Google and News Corp strike a deal as Australia seeks to make platforms pay for news

Google struck a deal with the Murdoch-owned media conglomerate News Corp as proposed legislation in Australia threatens to jeopardize tech platform’s future operations in the country. Under the three-year deal announced Wednesday, News Corp brands in the U.S., U.K. and Australia like The Wall Street Journal and New York Post will be featured in the Google News Showcase. The companies will… Read More Google and News Corp strike a deal as Australia seeks to make platforms pay for news

Guinea declares Ebola epidemic, neighboring countries act

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Guinea has officially declared it has an Ebola epidemic after at least three people have died and four others have been infected in the West African nation. Neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia have put their citizens on high alert as the three West African nations battled the world’s deadliest Ebola outbreak… Read More Guinea declares Ebola epidemic, neighboring countries act