Archive | September 18, 2020


Even Trump’s Campaign Manager Did Not Vote For Him

Trump is having a formidable challenge this 2020 election cycle, as a lot of people just do not believe in his promises because of years of betrayal. According to Chron, it is being reported that Trump’s own campaign manager did not vote for him in the past election in spite of his work for Trump, […]

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Did Putin Just Walk Into Another Afghanistan?

As the fighting between the US and Russia, aspiring back to her days of the USSR increase, that more incident would happen until something “breaks” in so far as a series of changes add up to a larger change, and for good or ill. Such may have recently happened as a result of the Navalny […]

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After The UAE And Bahrain Normalized Relations With Israel, Now Five More Arab Countries Want Peace With Israel

By Theodore Shoebat The Trump administration has brokered a peace agreement Israel and two Arab countries — the UAE and Bahrain –, and now, according to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, there are five other Arab countries who are interested in normalizing relations with Israel. As we read in a report from Reuters […]

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Germany’s Top Virologist Warns Of Another Wave Of Covid-19: “The winter will not be an easy one.”

By Theodore Shoebat Germany’s top virologist, Christian Drosten, warned of another wave in coronavirus, making the moribund affirmation that “The winter will not be an easy one.” His statement was presented by DW: It’s very difficult to make global projections. We have very different, difficult situations in countries around here in Europe. The winter will […]

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The UK Is Now Getting 6,000 Covid Cases A Day As New Lockdowns Get Imposed in Europe

By Theodore Shoebat The UK’s covid cases have exploded again to 6,000 cases a day, as Europe is seeing a lockdowns getting reimposed because of a new spike in the virus. As we read in a report from Reuters: European nations from Denmark and Iceland in the north to Greece in the south announced new […]

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