ASIA | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

ASIA

Sep 17 09:43

[Video] LET THEM DIE - VACCINATED IN HOSPITALS GIVEN IVERMECTIN TO HELP THEM SURVIVE - UNVACCINTATED NO !!

They are withholding Ivermectin from the unvaccinated to push the vaccination narrative and murder the unvaccinated.

Sep 15 05:43

Tajikistan Summons US Ambassador, Angry Over Biden's 9/11 Remarks

The central Asian country of Tajikistan, which shares the entirety of its southern border with Afghanistan, has summoned the US ambassador on Tuesday to mount protest over remarks by President Joe Biden during weekend 9/11 anniversary commemoration events.

"A verbal note of protest was conveyed to the US Ambassador in connection with the statements by the President of the United States of America Mr. Joe Biden during his visit to a fire station in Pennsylvania,” Tajikistan's Foreign Ministry said in a statement. "The verbal note stated that such statements do not correspond to the spirit of friendly relations and partnership."

The US ambassador in residence in Dushanbe - the capital of Tajikistan - John Mark Pommersheim, was summoned on Tuesday. He was informed that the country was offended by Biden's reference to Tajiks also "hanging in the well of the wheel" if the US had landed a large C-130 transport plane in Tajikistan.

Sep 14 19:31

Daniel Andrews hit with multibillion-dollar class action

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is facing a multibillion-dollar class action suit from businesses affected by the stage four COVID-19 lockdown.

The plaintiffs are claiming failures in the hotel quarantine system led to the draconian restrictions which have brought businesses to a standstill.

Damian Scattini, partner at Sydney-based Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan will lead the class action.

Mr Scattini said that he served the Victorian government with an open class action lawsuit on 21 August, after his office was approached by businesses across the spectrum – from pubs, gyms, retail, sporting facilities and professional services – who have been poleaxed by the second lockdown.

Sep 14 07:35

Locked down Australians now having their alcohol purchases monitored and limited due to “COVID”

The report added that residents are permitted to have the following rationed beverages: A half-dozen beers or premixed drinks; a single bottle of wine; or a 375 ml “bottle of spirits.” And what’s more, alcohol ‘rations’ in excess of the limits are being confiscated by health authorities until the coronavirus lockdowns are rescinded.

There is some good news for drinkers: They have been ‘allowed’ to consult with a doctor if they believe they are in need of “more than the allowed limit,” news.com.au added.

Sep 14 07:19

US Pledges "Ironclad" Commitment To Asian Allies After N.Korean 'Strategic' Long-Range Missile Test

The Pentagon has expressed "ironclad" support to regional US allies Japan and South Korea after weekend long-range cruise missile launches by North Korea - the first in six months.

State media described the launches as testing "newly-developed long-range cruise missiles" which flew 1,500 kilometers over North Korean territory and were successful in hitting their targets, according to Monday statements. The missiles were further described as capable of evading anti-air defenses, though it was left unspecified how many were actually launched.

Combination of photos issued by the North Korean government on Monday.
US official VOA News noted that "Pictures posted in North Korean state media showed one of the cruise missiles being fired from a five-canister, road-mobile launcher that appeared to be parked on a highway."

Sep 13 07:36

Russia Sends Armoured Vehicles, Military Equipment to Tajikistan

Russia sent Tajikistan 12 armoured vehicles and an array of military equipment, its defence ministry said on Saturday, as Moscow looks to shore up its Central Asian ally that neighbours Afghanistan.

Moscow has held military exercises in Tajikistan and expanded hardware at its military base there, its biggest in a foreign country, since the U.S. withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and the Taliban's lightning takeover.

Russia is worried about the potential for fallout in the wider region and the possibility of Islamist militants infiltrating Central Asia, which Moscow sees as its southern defensive buffer.

"Against the backdrop of growing instability near Tajikistan's southern border, we are working together to ensure the security of our states," said Major General Yevgeny Tsindyaikin in a defence ministry statement.

Sep 11 07:23

Top Container Ports In Asia Brace For Impact Of Powerful Typhoon

A powerful typhoon is expected to impact Taiwan and China this weekend. It may strain global supply chains even further due to the possibility of port disruptions and other logistical issues that would stem from storm damage.

Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau said Typhoon Chanthu is north of the Philippines Friday as it closes in on Taiwan and the Chinese coast. In the path of the storm are major containerized ports and factories. The intensity of the storm is a significant concern.

The storm is rated as a category four typhoon, one level below a super typhoon, with maximum sustained winds of around 130 mph and gusts up to 160 mph. Taiwan is expected to feel the brunt of the storm late Saturday, then China on Sunday.

Sep 10 08:30

'Get on the vaccines’ if you want to ‘get on the beers’: Victoria premier urges Australians to get AstraZeneca Covid jab

The premier of Australia’s state of Victoria has taken to social media to urge fellow citizens to leave behind their skepticism of the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine if they want lockdowns to end.

Daniel Andrews posted a cartoon diagram on Twitter urging citizens to get jabbed with the AstraZeneca vaccine, which some are unwilling to take because of rare blood-clotting side effects.

The state premier, a member of the Labor Party, posted the diagram on Friday, captioning it “If you want to get on the beers, we've all got to get on the vaccines.”

Sep 10 08:16

Monica Smit arrested for advocating freedom; she refuses bail; spread her story far and wide; Australia is ruled by crime bosses Sep 2 by Jon Rappoport

Adam Crabb, Australian journalist (The Crazz Files): “…the Australian government is now plunging the country into the darkest period in its history. The coronavirus is not the cause of this darkness. The Regime’s use of the coronavirus as a pretext to establish a totalitarian system of control over the Australian people is the cause of this darkness.”

An Australian woman advocated freedom. Freedom from lockdowns and mandates. So she was criticized on social media? She was censored?

She was ARRESTED.

Her name is Monica Smit. She’s sitting in jail.

The fascist authorities agreed to release her on bail, if she renounced everything she stood for.

Does that sound familiar? The USSR. Show trials. The massive power of the State coming down on an individual.

Monica Smit refused the deal.

She clings to her faith, her courage, her vision, her ideals, against the scum of the earth.

The very least we can do is spread her story far and wide.

Sep 07 14:45

Man Convicted of Infecting 8 People with COVID Will Be Jailed for 5 Years

By B.N. Frank

In 2020, Activist Post reported about Americans who were legally penalized for refusing to follow COVID quarantine protocol. Now a Vietnamese man will spend 5 years in jail for it...

Sep 07 08:55

With its plan to unite Eurasia from sea to sea, Russia is betting the days of total US economic supremacy are now coming to an end

The centre of the world is moving. While once it sat somewhere within the Atlantic, balanced between Europe and the US, it is now moving east. With Asia on the rise, Russia is now planning its role at the heart of two continents.

The annual Eastern Economic Forum, held in Vladivostok, has just come to an end. Focusing on the development of Russia’s Far East and enhancing interconnectivity between Russia and Asia, it has become a key arena for the promotion of Russia’s Greater Eurasian Partnership.

Sep 07 07:41

Over 100,000 Australians sign petition opposing use of COVID-19 vaccines on children

Over a hundred thousand Australians have signed a petition to the Parliament of Australia opposing the use of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine on children between the ages 12 and 15.

The petition came after the country’s immunization advisory body approved the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on children in that age group.

Sep 07 05:08

Sri Lanka raids sugar stocks as food shortages bite

Sri Lankan government officials on Wednesday raided private warehouses to seize thousands of tonnes of sugar, a day after a state of emergency was declared over food shortages caused by a currency crisis.

A military officer put in charge of efforts to bolster food stocks said at least 13,000 tonnes of white and brown sugar were found in the raids.

"The objective is to prevent hoarding," Major General Senarath Niwunhella, who was named commissioner general of essential services on Tuesday, told AFP.

He denied the sugar was being confiscated.

"The government will pay a reasonable price to the importers based on the valuations provided to customs."

Sep 03 08:27

Shia Crescent and the Rise of Taliban

On September 20, 2001, as he fired the ‘War on Terror’ salvo, President George W Bush, in his address to the US Congress, said: “Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us or you are with the terrorists.”

Twenty years on, not only has the so-called war on terror wreaked havoc in the Middle-East, but has also led to an uncertain security situation in South Asia and its neighbourhood, as the US has all but completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan.

As we see it today, the ‘War on Terror’ has given Iran, America’s arch enemy in the Middle-East, an extensive leverage in the region, especially across what has come to be known as the ‘Shia Crescent’. This is something that the Ayatollahs couldn’t even have dreamt of with Saddam Hussein in power.

Sep 03 08:19

‘Enough’: Australian newspaper The Age comes out against extended lockdown in fiery editorial

Australia’s The Age newspaper has sparked fresh division in Victoria after publishing an extensive editorial article harshly criticizing the state government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and recent lockdown extensions.

On Wednesday, the paper published an editorial headlined “Victoria can’t go on like this.” The piece condemned Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews and the Labor State Government over its extension of harsh lockdown measures and a lack of evidence to back them up.

The restrictions were maintained despite officials conceding it was no longer possible to achieve zero cases in the state – an ambitious pursuit championed by Andrews.

“There comes a point, and The Age believes that point has been reached, where the damage caused by the harshest and longest lockdowns in the country needs to be more seriously factored in,” the editorial reads.

Sep 03 07:27

Door-to-door medical kidnappings begin in Australia as covid fascism escalates

An Australian man clearly in good health was abducted from his home by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) first responders and taken away to a quarantine camp after testing “positive” for the Chinese Virus.

The man is obviously not sick and looks like he works out at the gym for several hours a day – you can watch a video of him below. Even so, he was hauled off in a paddy wagon-type vehicle by masked and caped medical workers who ushered him off his property in compliance with Australia’s new plandemic requirements.

Sep 03 04:52

Thailand: Thousands join Bangkok rally demanding PM’s resignation

Thousands of protesters have gathered in Thailand’s capital to call for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, promising to keep up pressure until he leaves office.

Thursday’s demonstration at the Asoke intersection in central Bangkok was one of the biggest such gatherings this year despite a warning from the police earlier in the day that protests were banned due to coronavirus restrictions.

Sep 02 11:07

NO QUALITY CONTROL: Three lots of Moderna’s covid “vaccine” pulled from Japan for stainless steel contamination

Several more lots of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” from Moderna have been recalled in Japan after authorities there identified the presence of stainless steel inside the vials.

The particulates were identified not long after Japanese officials found other contaminants, including strange “black substances,” inside several other batches of Moderna jabs, prompting the government to take action.

Numerous prefectures have stopped administering the Moderna jab altogether while others are trying to root out just those vaccine lots that are believed to contain contamination.

Incredibly, Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., Moderna’s Japanese pharmaceutical partner, issued a statement claiming that because stainless steel is routinely used in heart valves, joint replacements, and metal sutures and staples that it is no big deal for vaccines to contain metal particulate contamination.

Sep 01 06:05

Russia to Hold Naval Drills With Iran, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

Russia's defence ministry said on Tuesday it would hold naval drills in the Caspian Sea with small missile and artillery ships from Iran, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan in early September.

Aug 31 14:48

Japan Halts 2.6m Moderna Doses After Additional Vials Found to Contain 'Foreign Substances,' 2 Men Die

Two men in their 30s died last week after receiving covid shots from Moderna that officials discovered contained "foreign matter" that "reacts to magnets."

Aug 31 05:38

Re-centering Central Asia: China’s “New Great Game” in the old Eurasian Heartland

China’s President Xi Jinping’s Central Asian tour in fall 2013 marked Beijing’s unprecedented (re)turn to Central Asia as a lynchpin of the “Silk Road Economic Belt” of the globally ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). China’s BRI positions Central Asia as the crucial nexus for the cross-regional long-distance loops of trade, investment, and infrastructure development. By revisiting the classical geopolitical theory about the original Eurasian Heartland and its contemporary offshoots, we extract some insights for understanding the new China-Central Asia transboundary regional nexus. In a double-pronged empirical analysis of China’s development strategies regarding Central Asia, we examine: (1) the construction of oil and gas pipelines from Central Asia to transmit energy all the way to China’s east coast, and (2) the launch and expansion of the Eurasian Railroad to transport goods from China’s manufacturing bases in both coastal and inland regions to Europe and Central Asia.

Aug 30 05:55

Manufacturing Justification for the NATO Takeover of Central Asia–Smashing Greater Central Asia – (Part One)

After ten years of raging warfare in Afghanistan, watching the fight slowly ooze across the invisible Durand Line into Pakistan, we have the right to wonder whether the war is any closer to ending today? It is perfectly reasonable to suspect that if we were allowed to know the truth we would understand that the American government has no plans to end the war in the near future. Trying to make sense of relentless Western news reports on the disaster of the impending American “withdrawal from Afghanistan,” even though other reports reveal that super-bases have been constructed, leaveing most observers completely bewildered about whether the Afgan war is ending or expanding. The only thing that is obvious is that there is to be no “withdrawal” from Afghanistan, at least not from the northern half of the country (SEE: Plan B In Afghanistan).

Aug 27 07:31

Harris Calls on Vietnam to Join US Against China’s ‘Bullying’

Vice President Kamala Harris continued her hawkish rhetoric against China on Wednesday while meeting with Vietnamese leaders in Hanoi. Harris urged Vietnam to join the US in opposing what she called Beijing’s “bullying” in the South China Sea.

“We need to find ways to pressure and raise the pressure, frankly, on Beijing to abide by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and to challenge its bullying and excessive maritime claims,” Harris said in a meeting with Vietnam’s President Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, known as UNCLOS, is an international treaty that defines the rights of nations to territorial waters. In July 2020, Washington formally rejected most of Beijing’s claims to the South China Sea under the framework of UNCLOS, although the US has never ratified the treaty and is not a party to it.

Aug 27 06:00

Putin Reportedly Rebuffed Biden’s Push to Put US Troops in Central Asia Amid Afghan Withdrawal

After announcing plans to withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan by September this spring, the Biden administration sent out diplomatic feelers to the nations of Central Asia to discuss whether the latter might be interested in hosting American soldiers.

Russian President Vladimir Putin told US President Joe Biden flat out at their Geneva summit in June that Moscow would be opposed to the deployment of US forces in Central Asia, the Wall Street Journal has reported, citing senior US and Russian officials said to be familiar with the matter.

According to the paper’s sources, Putin told Biden at their 16 June meeting that Russia would reject "any US military role" in Central Asia and that China would also oppose any such plans. One official said that Putin "emphasised the point" of keeping US forces out of the region even though Biden "didn’t seek Mr. Putin’s support" on the matter.

Aug 26 11:54

Kamala Harris insults Vietnam with trip to, what she thinks, is a John McCain MEMORIAL

Kamala Harris visits Vietnamese site marking capture of enemy pilot John McCain… seemingly thinking it’s a MEMORIAL

Aug 26 09:22

What Can We Learn About Covid Tyranny From Australia And Afghanistan?

Op-Ed by Brandon Smith

Despotic people tend to telegraph their future actions like inexperienced fighters tend to telegraph their punches; it’s not as if the intentions of totalitarians are obscured or hard to predict. In some cases they may even believe that they can be as obvious as they wish because they assume no one will ever try to stop them. They’ve been destroying lives for so long they adopt a sense of superiority, as if they are untouchable.

Aug 26 09:05

Even with draconian lockdowns and travel restrictions, Australia’s covid “cases” are now skyrocketing… is the science WRONG?

Something terrifying is happening in Australia. Officers of the law are dutifully carrying out the plans of the globalists and enforcing insidious rules that violate the very people they are supposed to serve. Australia has turned into a prison camp, with draconian lockdowns, bodily requirements and travel restrictions. Medical martial law has become a normal way of life, and Australians are being held down until the majority are inoculated with bioweapon vaccine experiments.

Australian governments continue to prescribe tyranny for endemic infections, and the result is always the same. As more people are locked up, the case numbers skyrocket. Australians have followed the science to a tee, but the population is getting sicker, more depressed and more violent than ever before.

Is the science wrong? Of course, it is.

Aug 25 10:13

[Video] Dead and Sick Australian Kids after the mass vaxxx

Last week in Sydney Australia, police and nurses herded 24,000 school children into a football stadium and gave them the death-shot. Parents were NOT ALLOWED to be there.

Now we are finding out that some children have already died, and thousands are sick or vaccine injured.

The mainstream media is reporting NOTHING about this!

Aug 24 07:02

Singapore PM Lee backs US as ‘guarantor’ of security in Asia as Harris grilled over Afghanistan chaos

US Vice-President Kamala Harris and Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong hold a joint news conference in Singapore. Photo: AFP

US Vice-President Kamala Harris on Monday began her two-nation tour of Asia by fielding a barrage of questions about Washington’s recent withdrawal from Afghanistan and whether its security commitments in the region can be trusted.

Speaking in Singapore alongside Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Harris demurred when asked about the withdrawal of US forces, saying instead that Washington was “singularly” focused on the evacuation of US and Afghan citizens after Taliban militants seized control of the country.

Harris landed in Singapore on Sunday and is scheduled to deliver a major foreign policy address on Tuesday before flying to Vietnam. After meetings on Monday with Lee and his key ministers, Harris emphasised the US commitment to the region, which she said would “in large part … dictate the future of our world”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That's pretty arrogant, considering the US just got its ass handed to it in Afghanistan!

Aug 23 10:55

Russia "Ready" To Ship Weapons To Central Asian Allies To Prevent Terrorists From Flooding Region

update (10:03ET): Days ago one particularly apt NY Times headline captured the growing concern and view from Washington: "With Afghan Collapse, Moscow Takes Charge in Central Asia."

Over the weekend Putin announced Russia has shut its borders to Afghans now pouring out of the country amid the US exit and ongoing evacuation debacle, further castigating US and European leaders for placing refugees in neighboring central Asian countries - but which according to Putin is a potential threat to Russia as "We don't want militants showing up here under cover of refugees."

It now appears Russia will take its security concerns a big step further, in what will be seen as a defiant thumb in the eye to Washington. Russia's RIA news agency is reporting that the Kremlin stands "ready to deliver weapons and equipment to central Asian allies that border Afghanistan." Further RIA cited top officials who said these large deliveries would be done "at special low prices".

Aug 23 07:05

Taiwan deploys all troops for mass exercise...

Aug 22 12:25

[Video] The world needs to witness what police did in Melbourne yesterday

Rebel News, August 22, 2021

"Free Australia" was trending on Twitter as police deployed pepper spray, fired rubber bullets, and tear gas into crowds of unarmed protesters and media in Melbourne.

Aug 21 21:20

Chaos on streets of Australia as police blast anti-lockdown protesters with rubber bullets

Australian police arrested hundreds of anti-lockdown protesters in Melbourne and Sydney on Saturday and seven officers were hospitalised as a result of clashes, as the country saw its highest-ever single-day rise in COVID-19 cases. Mounted police used pepper spray in Melbourne to break up crowds of more than 4,000 surging toward police lines, while smaller groups of protesters were prevented from congregating in Sydney by a large contingent of riot police. Footage on social media has shown the protesters pepper-sprayed amid reports police are "using rubber bullets".

Video of protest: https://www.bitchute.com/video/eNP0I7GhJB0I/

Aug 20 18:42

[Video] EXCLUSIVE FOOTAGE! Kids Dead After Jab in Australia, Eye-Popping Interview With Aussie Veteran

Stew Peters spoke with Royal Australian Air Force Veteran, Alan Hennessy, who bravely came forward to paint the picture of what's really going on in the land down under.

Aug 20 08:17

Southwest Airlines tells mum to glue mask to toddler’s face

A mum says she was left “shaking” after a confrontation with a flight attendant over her fussy toddler struggling to keep a mask on.

Aug 20 08:12

Australian health official flees press conference after question over spike in teen suicides, as Victoria locks down AGAIN

Victoria’s chief health officer abruptly left the stage during a Covid-19 press conference when a reporter asked about a surge in suicides among teenage girls – only for a torrent of recriminations to engulf him on social media.

Aug 20 07:35

‘Welcome to Nazi Germany’: In now-deleted tweet, Sydney mayor compares strict new lockdown laws to Hitler-era regime

A Western Sydney official has compared the latest anti-Covid measures imposed on his area by the New South Wales (NSW) state government to the times of Nazi Germany. His comment, since removed, caused a rumpus on social media.

Mayor Steve Christou, of Cumberland City Council, tweeted an official graphic illustrating new lockdown rules on Friday. Having posted the image that warned residents of the mandate that requires them to have a permit to leave the region and to register their personal details to be allowed to visit a “singles buddy” within a five-kilometer (three-mile) reach, he wrote: “Welcome to Nazi Germany.” The comment from the councilor, who describes himself as having “a tendency to speak what I think,” was later deleted.

Aug 20 07:14

US Expansionism in Eurasia, Control over Afghanistan

The ex-Soviet states of the Caucasus and Central Asia have, following the early 1990s, been “all about America’s energy security” according to Bill Richardson, the Clinton era diplomat and former American ambassador to the United Nations.

For seven decades, the Soviet Union’s existence blocked the way to the vast fossil fuel sources of the Caucasus, Central Asia and also the Caspian Sea. This reality had been of ongoing frustration to Western strategic planners, but the Soviet collapse 30 years ago provoked jubilant scenes in Washington and London.

Aug 18 18:57

[Video] Stew Peters Show - Report: 2 Kids DEAD After 24,000 Children Herded Into Stadium for JAB!

Stew Peters spoke with an Australian ex-military official who confirmed that AT LEAST two children are dead after being inoculated in a mass of 24,000 kids that were ushered into a sports arena to take the jab in the absence of any adults.

The horrific Nazi-like ushering of masses of helpless youths is the furtherance of proof that Australia is the prototype for the New World Order.

Aug 18 09:50

Australia has fallen – Minister for Health tells parents 24,000 children will be herded into stadium like cattle to get the experimental Covid-19 vaccine

Australians are currently living under one of the strictest dictatorial regimes in the world and now they are coming for the children.

The Premier of New South Wales has acknowledged that without dramatically lower case numbers, even opening up at 80% vaccination rates will be difficult, as hopes of a lighter lockdown beyond August fade, and Brad Hazzard the Minister for Health and Medical Research has now told parents in a press conference that 24,000 children will be herded like cattle into a stadium to get the experimental Covid-19 vaccine, and parents will not allowed to be present.

Aug 18 06:03

Ethnic Karen commanders in Myanmar admit killing 25 men

Two senior commanders of the Karen National Defence Organisation (KNDO) have admitted that security forces under their control detained and later killed 25 men in June in its territory near Myanmar’s border with Thailand, human rights group Fortify Rights has said.

General Ner Dah Bo Mya and Lieutenant Saw Ba Wah, who have been suspended from their posts, told Fortify Rights that their men were responsible.

Aug 17 07:39

Australia to send more troops to Sydney following a single COVID-19 case

State officials in Australia are sending in 200 more army personnel to Sydney after the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak there spreads to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), causing one case and ushering a snap lockdown.

Aug 16 20:00

Young pram-punishing mothers slapped with $1000 fines for talking in Bronte park during Sydney lockdown

A group of young, pram-punishing mothers have each copped a $1000 fine after they stopped to talk to each other at a busy Sydney park.

Aug 13 08:34

The true cost of shoddy Governance

Governments have been making policy that is completely out of touch with reality or data for decades. It's all based on political whims or looking good, not the facts or data. As a result, our country is broken.

We have to return to policy based on tested data, not Labor or Liberal's feelings on the day.

Aug 11 07:22

U.S. Gives Myanmar $50 Million in Aid as Humanitarian Crisis Worsens

The United States said on Tuesday it was giving Myanmar more than $50 million in aid as surging COVID-19 infections worsened a humanitarian crisis in the Southeast Asian country already reeling after generals overthrew a democratically elected government earlier this year.

It is also providing Thailand with $5 million to cope with novel coronavirus, U.S. State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, announced the funding during a visit to Thailand, he added.

Aug 09 05:58

On Hiroshima Anniversary Blinken Expresses “Deep Concern” to Asian Countries That China Might Expand Nukes to 10% of America’s

America’s top diplomat expressed concern to Southeast Asian foreign ministers about China’s growing nuclear arsenal, the State Department said Friday.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken outlined to the ASEAN Regional Forum, an online meeting of more than 20 countries, a list of provocative Chinese behavior.

“The secretary also noted deep concern with the rapid growth of the PRC’s nuclear arsenal which highlights how Beijing has sharply deviated from its decades-old nuclear strategy based on minimum deterrence,” State spokesman Ned Price said, referring to the People’s Republic of China.

Aug 09 04:55

FBI BUSTS INTERNATIONAL PLOT TO TAKE OUT MYANMAR’S UN AMBASSADOR IN NEW YORK

Myanmar’s junta rulers have maintained an iron grip on the country since the February 2021 coup d’etat which saw elected leaders of the National League for Democracy get rapidly deposed and placed under arrest by the army.

But given the United Nations has not recognized the coup government under the generals, Myanmar’s ambassador to the UN Kyaw Moe Tun has actually remained in place despite him also saying he does not recognize the new government. He’s continued to represent the now deposed National Unity Government at UN meetings in New York City.

But the military has said he no longer represents the country. State TV announced last February that he’d "betrayed" Myanmar and was fired, particularly after his public calls for outside countries to employ "all means necessary" to reverse the army takeover.

Aug 05 11:52

Australia is Under Dystopian, Military-Enforced Lockdown Despite Less Than 5 COVID Deaths a Day

By Brad Polumbo

Out of a population of 25.8 million, fewer than 1,000 Australians have died from COVID-19 to date. The latest uptick in cases, which has sent the country into a panic, is still only resulting in less than 5 deaths per day. Yet the Australian government has responded with a return to its past harsh pandemic restrictions—and is now even bringing in the military to police its citizens’ lockdown compliance.

Aug 03 09:12

Malaysia deploys riot police as MPs attempt march to parliament

Opposition members of Malaysia’s parliament were met by riot police and threatened with arrest as they tried to march to the parliament building on Monday amid rising political tension over the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Parliament began a “special session” last week after a months-long shutdown that was triggered by a declaration of emergency in January because of COVID, with opposition politicians lambasting Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and his cabinet over the continuing rise in cases and deaths despite months of an increasingly strict lockdown.

Jul 29 06:12

Armenia asks Russia to deploy soldiers to frontier with Azerbaijan, as shootout kills three soldiers & sparks fear of new conflict

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has called on Moscow to deploy more peacekeepers to his country’s border with Azerbaijan, as both nations accuse each other of violating an agreed ceasefire after a day of bloody fighting.

Speaking at a government meeting on Thursday, he said that, “given the current situation, I think it makes sense to consider deploying strongholds of Russian border guards across the whole Armenian-Azerbaijani border.” According to Pashinyan, this would “allow for the demarcation of the border, without the risk of firefights.”

Officials in Yerevan announced that three soldiers had died and five had been wounded after a fatal skirmish along the frontier on Wednesday evening. Casualties were also reported on the Azerbaijani side of the border. Russian peacekeepers are already stationed in outposts near key towns and villages as part of the Moscow-backed deal, signed last year, that paused the fighting in a brief but violent war between the two nations.

Jul 29 05:33

Nakhichevan: Corridor to the Next Round of Nagorno-Karabakh Combat

Ever since the "end" of the latest forty-four day war between Turkish and Israeli-backed – and American-enabled – Azerbaijan and (at best vaguely) Russian-aligned Armenia, there’ve been a slew of policy-wonkish laments about the resultant "illiberal peace." That’s mainly a function of the Russia- and China-hysteria that passes for sound strategic judgment in the Emerald City on the Potomac, and Washington’s sour grapes that the (semi-) ceasefire was Moscow-brokered. Leaving aside for a moment the glaring hypocrisy – one needn’t wonders whether the US would’ve insisted on mediating combat raging 110 miles from its border (i.e. in Quebec, Canada or Monterey, Mexico) – the truth is the non-settlement of this latest Nagorno-Karabakh war hasn’t and won’t bring peace. Neither side is satisfied. The shooting never stopped – it still hasn’t, and is only likely to escalate.

Jul 28 05:50

SecDef Austin Stresses the Importance of Anti-China Partnerships in Asia

With the Pentagon focused on China, the US military wants to shore up and strengthen partnerships to counter Beijing in Asia. Speaking in Singapore on Tuesday, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin slammed China and stressed the importance of alliances to face what he called “coercion” in the Indo-Pacific region.

Austin said the US would work “with partners to deter coercion and aggression across the spectrum of conflict. He said the US will cooperate with allies in the region using what he called “integrated deterrence,” which includes all military domains, including cyber and space.

Austin said he has seen Chinese “aggression” in places like the South China Sea, Taiwan, Xinjiang, and other areas. He reaffirmed that the US was willing to go to war with China over maritime disputes with the Philippines and Japan. “We remain committed to the treaty obligations that we have to Japan in the Senkaku Islands and to the Philippines in the South China Sea,” he said.

Jul 28 05:34

Can Turkmenistan Become A Serious Gas Player In Europe?

The Caspian Sea is one of the world’s largest and oldest oil and gas producing regions.

During the Cold War, the hydrocarbon-rich area was Soviet-controlled as the vast majority of the reserves were located in the Soviet Union. Since the breakup of the communist state, international companies have flocked to the newly independent countries such as Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. Of the littoral states, Turkmenistan has by far the largest reserves when it comes to natural gas. Geographic isolation and animosity with Azerbaijan long prevented the export of gas to customers in Europe.

Jul 27 20:27

[Video] This is what REALLY happened at the Rally For Freedom in Melbourne

The fake news claimed, "only hundreds of crazy conspiracy theorists were in attendance". The truth is, it was the biggest anti-lockdown protest the state has seen.

Jul 27 05:34

America’s BLM movement sparks race discussion in Thailand

While the Black Lives Matter movement continues unabated in the US, a broader discussion on discrimination and racism is now being brought up on the other side of the world. Some foreigners and locals with dark skin have spoken up about the overt racism they’ve experienced in Thailand.

While activists in America protest alleged police brutality and racial profiling, some with dark skin in Thailand say they’ve lost their jobs or been denied entry into bars because of their skin colour. White skin is seen as beautiful in Thailand with many skin whitening products even sold at convenience stores. Dark skin has been associated with low-paid outdoor work, while lighter skin has been perceived as ‘successful’ as many with office jobs stay indoors.

Jul 26 19:41

China Escalates Global Threats, Saying It Will “Nuke Japan” If The Nation Interferes With Taiwan; Gets Flooding In Return

By Aaron Kesel

China has been very active lately against other nations but it may have recently crossed the line, and in doing so was gifted with flooding in a modern 21st-century Operation Popeye...

Jul 26 09:56

Visualizing Asia's Slide Into A Dangerous New Ballistic Missile Race

The last couple years of military build-up and standoff between China and the United States in the South China Sea has resulted in fears of a new dangerous arms race, as smaller nations in the region rapidly bolster their defenses in order to avoid being "caught in the middle" which would result in having to be overly dependent on one side of the tensions.

A new Reuters report chronicling the growth in regional missile stockpiles says China is "mass producing its DF-26, a multipurpose weapon with a range of up to 4,000 kilometres, while the United States is developing new weapons aimed at countering Beijing in the Pacific."

Jul 23 06:42

Here We Go Again: Toyota Shutters Factory In Thailand Due To COVID 'Delta' Variant

Today in "are we going to do the entire lockdown again for the Delta variant despite the entire world having access to vaccines" news...

Toyota says it is halting operations at three of its factories in Thailand as a result of the Delta variant disrupting the supply of automotive parts globally. The stoppage began on July 21 and will last until at least July 28, according to a report from Nikkei.

The report says that Toyota "has sourced wire harnesses to connect electrical components from an external factory, which was recently forced to shut down".

Jul 22 19:03

[Video] Lockdown 5 reality

Jul 21 17:26

[Video] Australians being told not to speak to neighbours or be "friendly"

It strikes me politicians are getting desperate.

Jul 20 05:42

Most Americans Don’t Realize That Each New Day Brings Us A Little Bit Closer To War

The good news is that at least we aren’t shooting at one another yet, but that could change.  China has repeatedly threatened to invade Taiwan if independence is declared, and if that happens the U.S. military would get involved. -- Many Americans can’t even find Taiwan on a blank map of the world, but the truth is that it could easily spark a major military conflict.  If you don’t want to take my word for it, just consider what some national security experts are saying…

Jul 08 09:24

Russia vows support for Tajikistan in case of attack from Afghan border

Moscow and Dushanbe are allies under the Collective Security Treaty, the Russian foreign minister noted. "If Tajikistan is attacked, this will, of course, be a subject of an immediate discussion in the CSTO," Sergey Lavrov said

Jul 07 17:48

[Video] NZ CHASE DOWN

The New Zealand government plan to “CHASE DOWN“ people who refuse to take the COVID shot!

Jul 07 07:55

Armenia reports shootout with Azerbaijani troops at volatile border

The Armenian military says one of its soldiers has been injured during a shootout with Azerbaijani troops in an eastern border area, the latest incident since a halt in fierce clashes between the two neighbors over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region last year.

Samvel Asatryan, the chief of staff of Armenia’s army, said the injury took place on Tuesday as Azerbaijani forces “opened fire near the village of Verin Zhorzha” in Armenia’s eastern province of Gegarkunik.

The Armenian army official said the soldier suffered a “minor” injury and that two Azerbaijani troops were also wounded in the clash.

Baku dismissed Yerevan’s report of the clash and injuries, and suspected an internal incident between Armenian troops.

Jul 06 05:48

Ever-Widening Arc: Mongolia, Turkey United in Framework of NATO Partnership

On July 3rd, Turkey’s Daily Sabah featured an opinion piece by the Mongolian ambassador to Turkey, Ravdan Bold, entitled Mongolia, Turkey friendship toward strategic partnership.

He began his article by drawing parallels between the histories of the two countries.

In only the second sentence, however, he denounced the only two nations bordering his own – Russia and China – for, in the avatars of Czarist Russian and the Chinese Middle Kingdom, having “coerced Mongolia into autonomy status with the Treaty of Khyakta signed in 1915.”

The nation he represents has been an independent state for a century and throughout the Cold War was a close ally of Soviet Russia. Arguably the latter’s closest ally politically and geographically.

The ambassador praised Turkey for supporting his nation in the United Nations as a non-permanent Security Council member.

Jul 06 05:27

What is the Myanmar military’s ‘four cuts’ strategy?

The Myanmar military, also known as the Tatmadaw, appears to have returned to its “four cuts” strategy in a bid to stamp out resistance to its rule, after seizing power from the elected government in a coup on February 1.

But what is the “four cuts”?

Jul 05 08:19

Exclusive: After Pressuring Telecom Firms, Myanmar's Junta Bans Executives From Leaving

Senior foreign executives of major telecommunications firms in Myanmar have been told by the junta that they must not leave the country without permission, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.

A confidential order from Myanmar’s Posts and Telecommunications Department (PTD) in mid-June said senior executives, both foreigners and Myanmar nationals, must seek special authorisation to leave the country, the person said.

A week later, telecom companies were sent a second letter telling them they had until Monday July 5 to fully implement intercept technology they had previously been asked to install to let authorities spy on calls, messages and web traffic and to track users by themselves, the source said. Reuters has not seen the orders.

The directives follow pressure on the companies from the junta, which is facing daily protests from its opponents and a growing number of insurgencies to activate the spyware technology.

Jun 28 05:58

Covid-19 Killed 26 Indonesian Doctors in June—at Least 10 Had Taken China’s Sinovac Vaccine

At least 10 of the 26 doctors in Indonesia who died from Covid-19 this month had received both doses of the vaccine developed by Sinovac Biotech Ltd., a medical association said, raising questions about the Chinese-made shot that is being used in many parts of the developing world.

The Indonesian Medical Association’s Covid-19 mitigation group is still working to verify the vaccination status of the 16 others, said Dr. Adib Khumaidi, who leads the group. According to the group’s latest figures, over a five-month period, at least 20 doctors who were fully inoculated with Sinovac’s vaccine died from Covid-19, accounting for more than a fifth of total fatalities among doctors during that time span.

The toll could rise further in the coming weeks as the country battles a surge in infections and hospitals across the archipelago fill up.

Jun 25 04:18

U.N. Says 230,000 Displaced by Myanmar Fighting

An estimated 230,000 people have been displaced by fighting in Myanmar and need assistance, the United Nations said on Thursday, as a major armed ethnic group expressed concern about military force, civilian deaths and a widening of the conflict.

Myanmar has been in crisis since a Feb. 1 coup ousted an elected government, prompting nationwide anger that has led to protests, killings and bombings, and battles on several fronts between troops and newly formed civilian armies.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), said relief operations were ongoing but were being hindered by armed clashes, violence and insecurity in the country.

It said 177,000 people were displaced in Karen state bordering Thailand, 103,000 in the past month, while more than 20,000 people were sheltering at 100 displacement areas after fighting between People's Defence Forces and the army in Chin State bordering India.

Jun 23 11:43

Antonov Airlines transports five Black Hawk helicopters from Poland to the Philippines on a single flight

Antonov Airlines safely transported five Sikorsky S-70i Black Hawk utility-helicopters on a single AN-124-100 flight from Poland to the Philippines.

The AN-124 completed the second consignment of the Polish-built helicopter under a government-to-government agreement from Rzeszów, Poland, to Angeles, the Philippines.

Each of these utility helicopters weighed 5.6 tonnes, and the overall cargo weighted 35 tonnes in total as loading equipment was also loaded.

[The AN-124 can carry upto 33 tonnes of fuel and cargo upto 150 tonnes]

Jun 21 10:43

Northern Thailand Police Seize Bt 30 Million in Assets from Drug Networks

Police in northern Thailand have taken down 3 major drug networks in separate raids confiscating drug assets totaling 30.5 million baht.

Pol Col Sarawut Khonyai, said the raids were conducted in Tak, Phitsanulok and Sukhothai provinces starting on Monday. They were part of the policy to suppress drug networks during the Covid-19 outbreak.

The first raid was in Tak it came after police expanded their investigation from previous drug cases in the past three years. One case in October 2019 saw the confiscation of 1.5 tons of crystal meth.

The other 2 cases took place in Bangkok, police arrested seized assets worth 100 million baht in December last year; and in Lat Phrao early this month police who also seized 100 kilogram of crystal meth and ketamine during the raid.

Jun 21 07:42

Australia’s Medicine Regulator has never seen Pfizer Covid Vaccine study data despite deeming it safe for Australians

A freedom of information request made to Australia’s drug regulator has revealed they have never seen the extremely limited study data for the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine despite giving it emergency approval and deeming it safe to be injected into the arms of Australians.

Jun 15 09:13

‘We do not need foreigners to investigate killings’: Philippines leader Duterte won’t cooperate with ICC killings probe

President Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesman says the Philippines won’t cooperate with a planned International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation into the thousands of deaths that took place during Duterte’s war on drugs.

Speaking on Tuesday, the president’s spokesman, Harry Roque, dismissed the requirement for foreign intervention into the deaths during the nation’s war on drugs.

“We do not need foreigners to investigate killings in the drug war because the legal system is working in the Philippines,” Roque stated. He claimed that the ICC launching a probe into the killings would be “legally erroneous” and was “politically motivated.”

Roque stated that they would not participate as they are no longer members of the ICC, after President Duterte tore up their membership in 2018 after the Netherlands-based court opened an inquiry into crimes against humanity committed during the leader’s crackdown on narcotics.

Jun 14 13:41

Australian scientists accidentally engineer one of the world’s most thermally stable materials. Up to 1,400 °C it doesn’t expand

The composite material could prove particularly useful in aerospace where temperatures can spike wildly between space and atmospheric re-entry.

Researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia were performing battery-related research when they accidentally discovered that a composite material they were working with had a phenomenal ability to resist heat. The composite material did not change in volume at all at temperatures ranging from 4 to 1400 Kelvin (-269 to 1126 °C, -452 to 2059 °F). It may very well be the most thermally stable material in the world.

This wonder material doesn’t break a sweat even at temperatures well past the boiling point of some metals

Jun 10 08:51

We've got your back: Japan throws its support behind Australia and blasts China's 'illegal territorial claims' and extraordinary tariffs on our exports - amid fears we're on the brink of war

  • Foreign and defence ministers of Japan and Australia held talks on Wednesday
  • They released a joint statement criticising Chinese 'economic coercion'
  • Beijing has blocked several key Australian exports such as beef and barley
  • Scott Morrison has warned 'conflict' in the Indo-Pacific is growing more likely

Japan has thrown its support behind Australia to slam Chinese 'economic coercion' and 'destabilising' actions in the Indo-Pacific amid fears the region is on the brink of war.

Foreign and defence ministers from the two allied countries held online talks to strengthen their security ties on Wednesday in the face of an increasingly assertive Beijing.

Jun 08 04:16

Australian airline Qantas 'disturbed' by reports of gangs infiltration, drug trafficking

As many as 150 Qantas staff may be linked to criminal activity

Australian airline Qantas has said it was "disturbed" after learning of reports that organized crime has infiltrated the company to support drug trafficking efforts.Reports by local newspapers and "60 Minutes" alleged that a Comanchero "bikie" (or motorcycle) gang affiliate is working as a Qantas manager at Sydney Airport, allowing him to recruit criminals and bolster narcotics import activities.

The news reports were based on an operation codenamed Project Brunello, which linked around 150 Qantas staff to criminal activity, according to the BBC.

The activity may be tied to a group of nine men involved in a criminal syndicate dubbed by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) as "the Aussie Cartel" – a group potentially responsible for about one-third of the drug imports into Australia.

Jun 07 16:23

9 more Australians report blood clots after receiving AstraZeneca vaccine

Australian authorities said nine more people developed blood clots after getting the AstraZeneca coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. The nine new cases brought the total number of patients who experienced the condition to 27. Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) announced the new cases as the country’s mass vaccination program faces scrutiny.

Jun 07 15:04

Invasion of the cannibal mice: Millions of rodents are rampaging across Australia, attacking people in their beds and even burning down houses. The twist in the tail? Their ancestors were British

Picture this. An invasion of billions of mice terrorising households, climbing up curtains, swarming onto beds and biting people as they sleep, running amok in supermarkets and hospitals and contaminating drinking water.

It’s the stuff of nightmares. But far from being a ghoulish product of the imagination, this is the reality in 21st-century Australia, where a rodent plague of Biblical proportions is devastating food supplies and inflicting misery and hardship.

In one case, a woman’s house burned down because the mouse army chewed its way through wiring in her attic.

Rebekah Ward watched the property go up in flames, her 12-year-old son John in tears beside her. He told how the family had already endured unimaginable horrors because of the rodents. ‘Sometimes I didn’t want to go to sleep because there was mice running around my bed,’ he said

Jun 07 08:09

Invasion of the cannibal mice: Millions of rodents are rampaging across Australia, attacking people in their beds and even burning down houses. The twist in the tail? Their ancestors were British

In the face of the crisis, the go-ahead for doubling the potency of certain rat poisons has been granted. And New South Wales has made an emergency request for the wide-scale agricultural use of the anti-coagulant poison bromadiolone, which is currently outlawed for use in fields.

This is because it is the chemical equivalent of napalm, kills instantly, and stays in the bodies of mice after they die.

Dr Peter Brown, a rodent management expert says it means birds of prey and other animals can feed on dead mice and ‘potentially get a lethal dose themselves through secondary poisoning’.

He warned this was not the only problem. ‘There have been studies published looking at owls. They’re eating dead mice poisoned by anticoagulants [and then] they’re unable to have successful hatching of young because there’s something wrong with the way that the eggshells form, for example,’ he says.

But the worst may be to come, as experts warn a plague of snakes is sure to follow.

Jun 04 08:44

Sri Lanka faces 'terrible environmental disaster' along pristine coastline as container ship containing microplastic, nitric acid and hundreds of tonnes of oil sinks after raging 12-day fire

  • A cargo ship laden with chemicals and oil has sunk off the western coast of Sri Lanka after a raging 12-day fire
  • MV X-Press Pearl was carrying 1,486 containers including 25 tonnes of nitric acid as well as micro plastics
  • Ship began to sink off of Negombo early on Wednesday despite desperate bid to tow it to deeper water

Sri Lankan authorities say they are bracing for a 'terrible environmental disaster' after a cargo ship sank off the country's pristine western coast following a raging 12-day fire on board.

The Singapore-registered MV X-Press Pearl, carrying 1,486 containers, including 25 tonnes of nitric acid along with other chemicals and cosmetics, was anchored off the port city of Negombo when a fire erupted onboard after an explosion on May 20.

Flaming containers filled with chemicals tumbled into the sea from the ship's deck as emergency crews sought to contain the blaze over the ensuing two weeks.

Jun 03 11:03

Australian health authority wants to refer “fake vaccine theories” on Facebook to law enforcement

The governing body in charge of all things “medicine” in Australia is planning to start referring all “anti-vaccine” social media posts to the police for prosecution under the country’s criminal code.

According to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), making “false” claims about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections on Facebook or Twitter should be illegal because some unvaccinated people might read them and decide to not get jabbed, which would upset Anthony Fauci and other medical fascists.

The TGA is particularly offended that some social media users are warning others that Chinese Virus needles could kill them, this is based on data cited in the official government database.

Jun 03 06:37

World-first artefact dating method shows humans have lived in the shadow of the Himalayas for more than 5,000 years

The dry highlands of Tibet are considered to be among the last areas on Earth to have been settled by humans. The high altitude of the region, in the shadow of Himalayan peaks more than eight kilometres high, makes for extreme conditions.

The question of where and when the peopling of this remote region occurred has been debated among archaeologists. Many studies have come from research conducted at open-air locations, with abundant evidence of stone tool use or manufacture, such as rock flakes found on the ground.

At an elevation of 4,450 metres, in a large valley descending from the highest peaks in the world – Mount Everest and Cho’Oyu — Su-re had been known for decades for its dense accumulation of diverse surface artefacts. This suggested a long history of site use by humans. But how long?

Jun 03 06:21

'Lazy' Aussies taking up fruit picking are quitting just two hours into the job as farmers struggle to find workers in absence of cheap overseas labour - despite people STILL picking up the dole

  • Unemployed Australians are quitting lucrative farm work because its too hard
  • Fruit and vegetable industry undergoing labour crisis due to lack of backpackers
  • Farmers say 'lazy' Australians are quitting hours into the job leaving them short

Unemployed Australians are quitting lucrative fruit picking jobs just hours after starting, a farmers' group claims, leaving growers with a dire shortage of workers.

Covid border closures has shut off the regular supply of backpackers and cheap foreign labourers, forcing farmers to offer more attractive wages to entice people off unemployment benefits but it seems even that is not enough.

Fruit and vegetable companies have been forced into offering as much as $145 an hour to pick the crops and prevent them going to rot but have seen little interest.

Jun 02 12:21

Aussies Threaten To Boycott Snickers After Finding Out They're Made In China

Australians have reacted in horror to discovering their beloved Snickers are made in China.

The revelation was laid bare in a TikTok video, where a shopper was perusing through the shopping aisles at his local Woolies and landed on the famous chocolate.

Melbourne man Jeremy Toh uploaded the video to his social media account asking whether anyone else knew the nutty chocolate bar was no longer being produced Down Under.

He picked up one of the bars at the supermarket and twisted it to the backside. Sure enough, it says it as clear as day: 'Made in China. Imported by Mars Chocolate Australia'.

Jun 02 05:38

Malaysia to summon Chinese envoy over 'suspicious' air force activity

The foreign ministry of Malaysia on Tuesday said it would summon China's envoy to explain an "intrusion" by 16 air force planes into its airspace, after the Southeast Asian country's military detected "suspicious" activity over the South China Sea.

Malaysia's air force said it scrambled jets on Monday to conduct visual confirmation after the planes flew within 60 nautical miles off Sarawak state of Malaysian Borneo.

It described the incident as a "serious threat to national sovereignty and flight safety".

The Chinese planes did not contact regional air traffic control despite being instructed several times, the air force said.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA