America is the most robust country in the world, but also the most vulnerable because it is a state without roots and without a soul – It lacks a shared cultural heritage and a collective national spirit to hold people together. What attracts migrants to the land of the United States are the tale of abundant material wealth and the […]» Read more
On October 1, 2021, The People’s Republic of China’s 72th National Day, a special Chinese TV program was aired, looking back on China’s past, looking at China’s present and looking forward to China’s future. Below are the program on Youtube and some highlights. China Power A tradition and a culture that have nurtured a great number of people in China […]» Read more
We Are On A Crossroads Humanity has been brought to a crossroads by coming of age with the Internet and digitalisation of daily lives, warned Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and Australian commentator Robert Manne in a public discussion program Ideas at the House taken place at Sydney Opera House. Ideas at the House is a public lecture program hosted by Sydney […]» Read more
The May 30 Movement became a landmark event in China’s struggle for national sovereignty and workers’ rights which eventually led to the establishment of the People’s Republic of China that eliminated all foreign concessions in China, including in Shanghai.» Read more
Israel’s involvement with nuclear technology dates back to the founding of the country in 1948. In 1949 French atomic energy commissioner visited Israel and a joint research program was set up between the two countries. In the 1950s and early 1960s, France was Israel’s principal arms supplier, and helped Israel built a nuclear reactor and plutonium production facility. In return Israel spied […]» Read more
During a wild storm that occurred once in a century, seven gangsters took refuge in a rundown temple. But the thunder rumbled violently, sending fireballs to bombard the building.» Read more
All men and women, who respect others as human beings with the right to live and to live a better life as much as they do, are brothers and sisters.
All those, who believe they are chosen and above others and should come first and can enslave others, are enemies of mankind.
Ishii Shirō handed over 8,000 bioweapon samples, and in return, he never went to trial but worked at Fort Detrick, the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases that develops bio-weapons, where a special lab had been allocated for him.» Read more
Early last century, Harbin in Heilongjiang Province in China’s northeast was home to the most advanced biological warfare labs run by the Japanese army known as Unit 731, where a large number of native Chinese, as well as the captured resistance fighters from all over China and from Russia and Europea, became the raw materials of Japanese medical experiments. Here […]» Read more
A little Uyghur girl lives in Xinjiang with her grandparents and brother. Recently, she was approached by three men holding her father’s photo and self-introduced as her father’s friends. They enticed her to go with them to Australia to see her father.» Read more
A US military officer reveals the true motivation behind America’s invasion of Afghanistan and why the Western governments & media keep promoting “Uyghur Genocide” disinformation.» Read more
Why BBC and its political masters want to make lies about Xinjiang, and why now? Because Xinjiang sits squarely on the Silk Road that is going to be revived as a direct link to Mideast and Europe bypassing Angelo nations’ marine force, which threatens Five Eyes’ hegemonic power.» Read more