Category: War

  • Ukraine invasion: False claims the war is a hoax go viral

    Ukraine invasion: False claims the war is a hoax go viral

    Nearly two weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the flow of false or misleading information about the war hasn’t let up and now there are some outlandish theories being shared online. Some have begun to circulate claims the war is a hoax, a media fabrication, or has been exaggerated by the West in terms of […]

  • Islamic Leaders Have Nothing to Say About China’s Internment Camps for Muslims

    Hundreds of thousands of Uighur have been detained without trial in China’s western region of Xinjiang. Internment camps with up to a million prisoners. Empty neighborhoods. Students, musicians, athletes, and peaceful academics jailed. A massive high-tech surveillance state that monitors and judges every movement. The future of more than 10 million Uighurs, the members of China’s Turkic-speaking Muslim minority, is looking increasingly grim. As […]

  • The Guggenheim’s First Robotic Artwork Is Out of Control

    Talking to artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, the ghosts inside the machine. An enormous robotic arm, brandishing a giant squeegee, is poised over a pool of dark liquid which ceaselessly oozes outwards. With quick, smooth, aggressive movements, the machine performs a calculated dance, pivoting and dragging its squeegee across the surface in a perpetual […]

  • The Terrifying History of Russia’s Nuclear Submarine Graveyard

    The equivalent of six-and-a-half Hiroshimas lies just beneath the ocean’s surface. In the icy waters north of Russia, discarded submarine nuclear reactors lie deteriorating on the ocean floor—some still fully fueled. It’s only a matter of time before sustained corrosion allows seawater to eat its way to the abandoned uranium, causing an uncontrolled release of […]

  • The Pentagon Finally Details its Weapons-for-Cops Giveaway

    You may have heard that the image-conscious Los Angeles Unified School District chose to return the grenade launchers it received from the Defense Department’s surplus equipment program. You probably have not heard about some of the more obscure beneficiaries of the Pentagon giveaway: Police in Johnston, R.I., with a population less than 29,000, acquired two bomb disposal […]

  • GameStop: Global watchdogs sound alarm as shares frenzy grows

    Regulators have fired warning shots over frenzied share dealing in GameShop and other firms fuelled by social media chat on sites like Reddit and Facebook. Watchdogs in the US and UK said they were monitoring activity and potential lawbreaking, and warned traders they risked facing huge losses. Traders should ensure they are familiar with all […]

  • America’s Pandemic War Games Don’t End Well

    One simulation of an uncontrolled disease outbreak concluded with riots and the National Guard on the streets. n June 22, 2001, a group of well-known U.S. officials and a handful of senior policymakers gathered at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland for a senior-level exercise that simulated a biological weapons attack—an outbreak of deadly smallpox—on […]

  • Mexican experts find 119 more skulls on Aztec ‘trophy rack’

    Archaeologists in Mexico City said Friday they have found another section of 119 skulls that were part of the Aztec capital’s main trophy rack of sacrificed humans. A five-year dig under old buildings near Mexico City’s Templo Mayor Aztec ruins has so far found a total of 603 skulls. They are believed to date to […]

  • China is collecting the world’s DNA and the reason is sinister: Gordon Chang

    Gordon Chang warns next disease could be far more deadly than COVID-19 The Peoples Republic of China (PRC) has been collecting people’s DNA for years, and according to Gordon Chang, author of ‘The Coming Collapse of China,’ the country’s sinister motivations should be of great concern to the United States. With over 80 million health profiles, China […]

  • Bill Gates: Coronavirus could still be a risk into 2022

    But the Microsoft co-founder hopes next summer will start to resemble normalcy. With coronavirus vaccinations beginning in the US on Monday, many Americans may at long last be feeling as if the nation has turned a corner in the fight against COVID-19. But Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who funds medical research and vaccine programs through the Bill & Melinda Gates […]

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