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Facebook’s Dangerously Fake Fact Checking

By Sharyl Attkisson sharylattkisson.com I’ve been drawing attention to the increasingly aggressive efforts by political and corporate interests to control the information you get on the news and online. I have often spoken of disingenuous “fact checking” efforts conducted by conflicted third parties who are actually trying to shape public opinion and control the information […]

Dr. Francis Boyle Says Coronavirus is Biological Warfare Weapon

Dr. Francis Boyle Creator Of “BioWeapons Act” Says Coronavirus Is Biological Warfare Weapon – May 19, 2020 VIDEO INTERVIEW BELOW Francis Boyle is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law. He drafted the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act […]

China Boasts 93% Recovery Rate, No New Cases in Hubei for Sixth Day After Saying Local Covid-19 Spread ‘Stopped’

Wuhan, China – No new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in China’s central Hubei Province and its capital Wuhan, where the novel coronavirus outbreak reportedly originally began, the National Health Commission (NHC) told reporters during a press briefing on Monday. Overall, over eighty thousand (81,470) people have tested positive for the coronavirus in mainland […]

‘Wuhan virus from the United States’: The Beijing vs. Washington Information War

Ever since the coronavirus began to spread throughout the United States, Washington and Beijing have been waging a global information war over national responsibility for the outbreak. President Donald Trump and his aides are trying to blame the spread of the disease on “communist” China. However, Trump himself was criticized in his country for neglecting the danger and […]

Wuhan Goes Back to Normal After a 2-Month Lockdown

Wuhan, China – The metro in Wuhan, the city where the deadly Covid-19 virus is believed to have originated, opened its doors to 11 million residents after two months of lockdown. On Saturday, several subway lines in Wuhan welcomed their first passengers after a 65-day hiatus brought about by the coronavirus outbreak, which has since […]

Role of Chinese civilian-military cooperation to fight Covid-19 outbreak

By Azhar Azam – Mr. Azam works in a private organization as “Market & Business Analyst” and writes on geopolitical issues and regional conflicts. Defending the territorial integrity from the invasion of foreign enemies, rounding up terrorists, ensuring peace and stability in the country and performing non-military activities such as humanitarian and disaster relief operations […]