Exclusive interview with the Moroccan FM—We support Trump’s Iran policy

Exclusive interview with the Moroccan FM--We support Trump's Iran policy
Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita told Breitbart News last Wednesday that the Kingdom of Morocco supports the Trump administration’s policies towards Iran.

Comparing the Trump administration favorably to its predecessor, Bourita said, “We have an opportunity with this administration. We need to make things happen. We have an opportunity also because they are clear in their position about Iran.”

By Caroline Glick - Monday, September 17, 2018

Francis’ Emergency Meeting Ignores Vigano’s Indictment against Him and 32 Church Officials

Francis’ Emergency Meeting Ignores Vigano’s Indictment against Him and 32 Church Officials
On Thursday a delegation of U.S. bishops met with Pope Francis at the Vatican to discuss the ensuing sexual-abuse crisis in America, and while the USCCB issued a statement saying that the bishop’s meeting with Francis “was a lengthy, fruitful, and good exchange,” the matter of Cardinal Vigano’s 11-page testimony detailing cover-up allegations against Francis and 32 other high-ranking church officials—the very crux of the issue—was never addressed, nor has the Vatican fulfilled its promise to offer “clarifications” on Vigano’s indictment.

By David Martin - Sunday, September 16, 2018

The real Russian collusion is Uranium One and beyond

The real Russian collusion is Uranium One and beyond
Foreword: On November 14, 2017, the Canada Free Press posted an article by Doug Hagmann entitled Understanding the Uranium One “Scandal”. It merits re-reading today.Hagmann chronicled, with meticulous and well-documented detail, the major events of Uranium One. At the close he asked a question that remains pertinent ten months later: “Why is there an investigation of collusion between Russia, Donald Trump and the Trump campaign when there is smoking gun evidence of collusion and more between Russian and other foreign assets, Hillary and Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation?” An answer to that question is offered below by a writer with over two decades of U.S. military experience, and six years as an F.B.I. Agent. His bio will come at the close of what follows.

There is, today, collusion among known, and unknown, principals of a cartel cooperating to monopolize the global uranium market, in a way not-unlike how DeBeers cartel controls the diamond market.

By Wayne Wickizer - Friday, September 14, 2018

China: Yeah sure, we support Venezuela, but not so fast on lending them more money

Venezuela has become a charity basket case. It’s economy has collapsed, its currency is worthless and political institutions are hanging on by the threat of force alone. It has squandered the value of its oil resources through the corruption and mismanagement of the socialist Chavez/Maduro regime, and anyone who floats Venezuela a loan has to be prepared to never see the money again.

That puts China in an interesting position. China has a geopolitical interest in seeing a socialist state survive in the Western Hemisphere, but Venezuela is very much a double-edged sword for the Chinese communist. It may be a strategic pain in the neck for the United States, but it’s a bigger pain in the neck for its own people and the fellow leftist regimes trying to continually prop it up so Venezuela can survive in spite of itself.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, September 14, 2018

Bad Start for the New UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

Bad Start for the New UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

The new United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has unfortunately continued the one-sided anti-Israel narrative that her anti-Semitic predecessor, Prince Zeid Raad Al Hussein, propagated whenever he got a chance. In her first speech to the UN Human Rights Council on September 10, 2018, Ms. Bachelet blamed Israel’s so-called “blockade” and its alleged “excessive use of force” for all the problems suffered by the Palestinians in Hamas-run Gaza.  “Prospects for peace and respect for human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory,” she declared, “are undermined by the continued occupation.” She attacked Israel’s settlements policy, as well as “the recent adoption of the Nation State Basic Law in Israel,” which, she claimed, “enshrines discrimination against Israel’s non-Jewish population.”

By Joseph A. Klein, CFP United Nations Columnist - Friday, September 14, 2018

Bolton Goes After the Illegitimate and Unaccountable ICC

 Bolton Goes After the Illegitimate and Unaccountable ICC
U.S. national security advisor John Bolton condemned the International Criminal Court (ICC) “as a free-wheeling global organization claiming jurisdiction over individuals without their consent.”  He announced in a major speech to the Federalist Society earlier this week that the Trump administration would consider strong steps to protect the American people if the ICC oversteps its bounds, such as imposing sanctions on any ICC judges and prosecutors who bring legal action against Americans and even pursuing prosecution in U.S. courts against such ICC judges and prosecutors. “Americans can rest assured that the United States will not provide any form of legitimacy or support to this body,” he vowed. “We will not cooperate, engage, fund, or assist the ICC in any way. This president will not allow American citizens to be prosecuted by foreign bureaucrats, and he will not allow other nations to dictate our means of self-defense. This administration will fight back to protect American constitutionalism, our sovereignty, and our citizens. No committee of foreign nations will tell us how to govern ourselves and defend our freedom.

By Joseph A. Klein, CFP United Nations Columnist - Thursday, September 13, 2018

Trump squeezes UNRWA, checkmates PLO and incentivises Jordan

President Trump has created a veritable diplomatic tsunami affecting the political fortunes of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), Hamas and Jordan - with his decision to cease all future donations to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) - currently US$360million per annum and comprising about 30% of UNRWA’s budget.

The numbers of UNRWA-registered Palestinian Arab refugees in Jordan, the West Bank and Gaza have been increasing in leaps and bounds annually because they include all the descendants of those Palestinian Arabs caught up in the 1948 and 1967 Arab-Israel wars.

By David Singer - Thursday, September 13, 2018

Egypt: President appoints two Christian governors defying Islamic Sharia

Egypt: President appoints two Christian governors defying Islamic Sharia
In Egypt, the president appoints the governors of the country’s provinces. This practice began with President Nasser after the kings’ era. Last month, President Al-Sisi appointed two Christian governors to two principally Christian provinces—the highest concentration of Christians in all of rural Egypt—located in Upper Egypt and West Egypt. This is monumental in a country where Islamic sectarianism dictates politics.

When Al-Sisi took office in 2013 for a four-year term, he immediately appointed new governors, all Muslim, for each of the 27 provinces as did his predecessors – Mubarak, Sadat, and Nasser. Now in the beginning of his second term, Al-Sisi replaced two of his original governors at the end of their six-year terms with two Christians – the first time in modern history that some all-Christian towns would have a Christian administration. However, there was one earlier unsuccessful attempt at this by Egypt’s military interim government (SCAF) in 2012 after Mubarak was ousted.

By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah - Wednesday, September 12, 2018

The immoral foreign policy of the “Resistance”

The immoral foreign policy of the Resistance
One of the constant themes of the “Resistance” — most recently restated in the New York Times’ anonymous op-ed Wednesday — is that President Donald Trump is “amoral” because he is interested in cultivating good relations with dictators.

In the words of the anonymous op-ed author: “In public and in private, President Trump shows a preference for autocrats and dictators, such as President Vladimir Putin of Russia and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and displays little genuine appreciation for the ties that bind us to allied, like-minded nations.”

By Caroline Glick - Monday, September 10, 2018

Australian Politicians Again Show “Real Genius”

Australian Politicians Again Show Real Genius
Back in the chaotic dying days of the Whitlam-Cairns-Connor government, Canberra was buzzing with Rex Connor’s grand plans for a national energy grid and gas pipelines linking the NW Shelf to the capital cities, all to be funded by massive foreign loans arranged by a mysterious Pakistani named Khemlani. Malcolm Frazer staged a parliamentary revolt. The economy slumped.

A British observer at the time noted “Any fool can bugger up Britain but it takes real genius to bugger up Australia.”

By Viv Forbes - Monday, September 10, 2018

Vigano’s Stalwart Exhortation to Clean House

Vigano’s Stalwart Exhortation to Clean House
In August the Church was rocked by Cardinal Carlo Maria Vigano’s 11-page testimony exposing Pope Francis’ cover-up and complicity in Cardinal McCarrick’s predatory behavior with young seminarians.

Originally, it was never Vigano’s plan to disclose the matter to the press, but Viganò explains in his statement that because “the corruption has now reached the very top of the Church’s hierarchy, my conscience dictates that I reveal those truths regarding the heart-breaking case of the Archbishop Emeritus of Washington, D.C., Theodore McCarrick, which I came to know in the course of the duties entrusted to me by St. John Paul II, as Delegate for Pontifical Representations, from 1998 to 2009, and by Pope Benedict XVI, as Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America, from October 19, 2011 until the end of May 2016.”  

By David Martin - Monday, September 10, 2018

St. Gallen Mafia and the Present Pontificate

St. Gallen Mafia and the Present Pontificate
The late Jesuit Cardinal Carlo Martini was a great enemy of the Catholic Church who many feared would overtake the Papal Throne as an anti-pope had Pope John Paul II met with an untimely death. Martini is well remembered for the way he attacked John Paul II in the press and called for his resignation because he didn’t support a woman’s “right” to have an abortion.

For obvious reasons Martini likewise despised Cardinal Ratzinger [now Benedict XVI], though he was very good friends with the Jesuit cardinal Jorge Bergoglio [now Pope Francis], and fearing that Ratzinger might become the next pope Martini set up “St Gallen Mafia” in an attempt to prevent Ratzinger from being elected pope and to try to get Bergoglio elected instead.

By David Martin - Saturday, September 8, 2018

While U.S. economic growth surges, high-tax Europe declines

While U.S. economic growth surges, high-tax Europe declines
When the U.S. economy surges and a Democrat is in the White House, the media usually tells us it’s because Democrats are better at “managing the economy” than Republicans.

Of course, Republicans understand (at least some do) that it’s not the job of politicians to “manage the economy,” and the fact that reporters think it is represents evidence of their ideological bias. But I’m getting off track.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, September 7, 2018

Brazil’s Beloved Presidential Candidate Allegedly Stabbed By Deranged Leftist

Brazil’s Populist Presidential Candidate Allegedly Stabbed By Deranged Leftist
Message to our populist presidential-supporting brothers and sisters in America and other countries where voting in elections is still on the map:

Yesterday I and other main street Brazilians were subjected to a terrorist attack on 63-year-old Jair Messias Bolsonaro, the only truly right wing candidate in the electoral race, while he was campaigning in Juiz de Fora, a city about 125 miles (200 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro.

By Andre Leal - Friday, September 7, 2018

Palestinian Children Who Kill and Their Adult Enablers

Palestinian Children Who Kill and Their Adult Enablers
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The Palestinians continue to groom and employ an increasing number of child terrorists to launch strikes on Israel, throwing into further question the ability of the Palestinian government to form a legitimate state, according to a new report on child terrorists and their enablers provided to the Washington Free Beacon.

By Human Rights Voices -- Adam Kredo originally appeared on the Washington Free Beacon- Thursday, September 6, 2018