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  • ‘People of Hong Kong, keep fighting’: Demonstrators change tactics, win global support

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 18, 2019

    

    Hundreds of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators, despite warnings from the Chinese government, filled the streets of Hong Kong on a rainy Sunday afternoon in a peaceful protest against what they say are Beijing’s increasingly heavy-handed tactics in the autonomous territory.

    

    Last week, China had claimed that criminals and agitators were stirring violence, encouraged by foreign powers such as Britain and the United States, as the...


  • Another frequent flier with Epstein was modeling agent: ‘I strongly deny …’

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 18, 2019

    

    A French model scout and close pal of Jeffrey Epstein who flight logs show took more than 15 trips on the pedophile’s “Lolita Express” has been accused of preying on underage girls and pimping them out to Epstein and others, a report said.

    

    Jean-Luc Brunel, who has been accused by former models of drugging and date-raping them, visited Epstein nearly 70 times in jail, according to visitor logs. Brunel paid several more visits to...


  • Unreported: China’s exploitation of U.S.-Iran showdown in the Gulf

    FPI / August 18, 2019

    

    Excerpted from Geostrategy-Direct.com

    

    By Yossef Bodansky, Senior Editor, GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs

    

    All attention is focused on the twists-and-turns of the very noisy U.S.-Iran dispute in the Persian Gulf, but all the while the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is rapidly and quietly consolidating a dominant presence in the area with the active support of Russia.

    

    China’s success can be attributed to the confluence of two...


  • ‘They’re the force out there’: Dems will win with ‘the squad’ says Michael Moore

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 18, 2019

    

    During a February interview on MSNBC, Michael Moore declared Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the leader of the Democratic Party. On Aug. 16, the leftist filmmaker said Democrats will triumph in 2020 if AOC and “the squad” are embraced as the party’s leaders.

    

    “Let’s hope that Alexandria and Rashida and Ilhan and Congresswoman Pressley are the face because that’s how we’re going to win,” Moore said on The 11th Hour with host Brian...


  • Court to Maryland: Produce Montgomery County voter registration list

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 18, 2019

    

    In a dispute over voter registration transparency, Democratic officials in Maryland attempted to smear government watchdog group Judicial Watch as an agent of Russia. The watchdog group ended up trumping Maryland's Russia card.

    

    U.S. District Court Judge Ellen Lipton Hollander last week ordered Maryland to produce to Judicial Watch voter list data for Montgomery County, the state’s largest county, which has more registered voters than...


  • Bolton: Russian accident shows Kremlin’s ‘hypersonic’ nuclear ambitions

    Special to WorldTribune.com

    

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

    

    U.S. national-security adviser John Bolton says a mysterious accident last week in northern Russia that caused a temporary spike in radiation levels shows how hard the Kremlin is working to develop delivery systems for nuclear weapons.

    

    [caption id=attachment_72840 align=alignleft width=424] National Security Advisor John Bolton being interviewed by Voice of America (VOA). / VOA /...


  • Soros-backed district attorney in Philly blamed for ‘culture of disrespect’ for police

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 16, 2019

    

    Following an Aug. 14 incident in which six Philadelphia police officers were shot by a suspect with an extensive criminal history, U.S. Attorney William McSwain said the policies of District Attorney Larry Krasner are endangering the city’s police.

    

    “There is a new culture of disrespect for law enforcement in this City that is promoted and championed by District Attorney Larry Krasner – and I am fed up with it,” McSwain said in a...


  • Influential website promoting adult sex with young teens has powerful corporate backers

    Special to WorldTribune.com

    

    

    Corporate WATCH

    By Joe Schaeffer 

    

    As the nation and much of the world recoiled in shock and anger over the credulity defying suicide of friend-to-the-elite sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, a leading homosexual news site decided to promote adult sex with young teens.

    

    PinkNews, a very prominent British-based website, featured a deeply disturbing video this week about a relationship that began when an adult male was...


  • Unreported: Liberation Day in Seoul marked by massive demonstrations calling for president’s ouster

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 16, 2019

    

    A massive flag rally in Seoul on Aug. 15 to mark the 74th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japan was mostly ignored by South Korea's mainstream media while foreign media reported on a smaller demonstration dominated by anti-Japan sentiment, observers say.

    

    [caption id=attachment_72844 align=alignleft width=500] Demonstrators' placard reads: 'Drive Out Moon Jae-In'. / Twitter[/caption]

    

    Protesters from conservative groups...


  • Pentagon fired pro-Trump official who flagged Halper contracts; He’s fighting back

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 16, 2019

    

    A Pentagon analyst who had his top-secret security clearance revoked after he complained about questionable outside research contracts to Stefan Halper, who spied on the Trump campaign, had been cleared of leaking data to the news media but his lawyers were never informed, a report said.

    

    The Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) examined Adam Lovinger’s use of classified computer networks. In a 2018 report, the NCIS said its...


  • Tokyo-Seoul fight closely tracked by China, Russia, North Korea

    FPI / August 15, 2019

    

    Geostrategy-Direct.com

    

    As the trade-culture conflict between Seoul and Tokyo heats up, South Korea's president has floated the controversial idea of a partnership with North Korea.

    

    The move by left-leaning President Moon Jae-In amid a sinking economy was cheered by the South’s official media but enraged the nation’s conservatives.

    

    [caption id=attachment_72802 align=alignleft width=500] South Korea's Moon Jae-In meets with business...