WorldnBrief: Pakistani Dictator Declared Fugitive, Sandra Bullock’s Donation to TX, and More

Ex-President/Dictator General Pervez Musharraf Declared a Fugitive 18 months later since he was allowed to leave Pakistan for medical treatment in Dubai, the country’s former military dictator Pervez Musharraf has been declared a fugitive by a Pakistani court. The accused was charged with the 2007 assassination of prominent politician and the country’s former Prime Minister…

WorldnBrief: Pakistani Woman Lawmaker Harassed, Qatar Waives Visa, and More

Female Politician and Family Harassed by Vengeful Political Party Workers Over a week ago, Pakistani politician and lawmaker Ayesha Gulalai Wazir revealed that she was leaving her party—Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI)—as the party is full of corruption and has a culture of sexually harassing its female members. Her biggest revelation was of receiving inappropriate…

Making Puerto Rico an American State

by Max Skinwood Recently, Puerto Rico voted to join US as its 51st state. As a point of emphasis on current United States Affairs, VDARE wrote: And in his unpredictable way, President Trump seems to be open to Puerto Rican statehood. He said in the campaign that “The will of the Puerto Rican people in…

Measles Vaccine Kills 15 Children in South Sudan

The killing of children by poisoning via vaccination continues worldwide. The latest victims are 15 children in South Sudan who were killed by the measles vaccine this past week in a UN project of mass vaccination of children. Mainstream propaganda sources, like the BBC, quickly added the word botched to take the blame off the…

Germany Imposing New Vaccine-Nazism on Parents

Germany’s liberal-fascist government is taking the vaccine Nazism one level up—imposing a new law that will require all parents to seek vaccination counselling or else they could be forced to pay a heavy fine. Germany’s health minister Hermann Gröhe was quoted by Russia Today saying the measure was taken due to the current measles outbreak…

Not in Media: MERS Outbreaks in Saudi Arabia and UAE

Big oil means immunity against negative publicity in American media. Cases of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in Saudi Arabia are an example. Last month, a hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital city, reported an outbreak of MERS affecting ten people. Few to no mainstream media, particularly in United States, published stories on…