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Kim Jong Un likes looking at stuff.

What does Kim Jong Un watch on his own personal TV channel all day long?More >>

Can we talk about Iraq like grown-ups now?

From the minute the first bombs fell in the early hours of March 20 in Baghdad it was the first duty of the Left to put its failed anti-war argument aside and put its shoulders to the wheel of building a properly functioning democratic Iraqi state.More >>

Just how badly has Hamid Karzai screwed Afghanistan's allies?

Why is Afghan President Hamid Karzai accusing Western powers of colluding with the Taliban? Because's he's bonkers.More >>

You'll recall that the United Nations was formed to stop war and genocide following the human carnage of the Second World War.

Today we see that the leader of Sudan, who is wanted for genocide by the International Criminal Court,  will chair the humanitarian affairs segment of the annual session of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

And all of the apologists for the UN who tried to tell you it wasn't a big deal -- well, it's a big deal.

Up is down. Good is evil. Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria...More >>

According to the BBC, a 15-year old girl in the Maldives is raped by her stepfather -- and is sentenced to 100 lashes for having premarital sex.

But don't judge. It's their culture.More >>

Wrestlemania. Established in 1985, it’s one of the strongest brands in all of entertainment. This year will mark its 29th consecutive year. Literally millions of fans have been in attendance, and millions more watch on pay-per-view every single year. In a new WWE website article entitled “10 Venues That Should Host Wrestlemania”, they name Azadi Stadium in Tehran, Iran.

Azadi stadium seats at least 85,000. But nearly 40 percent of WWE's viewers are women. Iran’s treatment of women that makes even the hypothetical proposition of hosting Wrestlemania in Iran an extremely bad idea... especially at Azadi Stadium.

Women aren’t actually allowed in Azadi Stadium anymore, or into any soccer stadium anywhere in Iran.

Periodic demonstrations protesting the ban of women from Iranian soccer stadiums have resulted in brutal physical attacks on them.

Soccer games have frequently been transformed into political rallies against the clerical regime. Whenever this happens, the government orders checkpoints leading to the stadium shut down and then sends in their storm troopers to quell the dissent.

Hold a flagship sporting event in one of the most oppressive countries on Earth? That's an idea that deserves to get slammed to the mat.

Patrick Ross is a Contributing...More >>

Actually, it's worse than that. One could argue they've effectively endorsed slavery. The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has just voted to appoint Mauritania as its Vice-President for the next year. 

Mauritania, although all-but ignored by mainstream human-rights groups, is a country that allows 20% of its citizens, about 800,000 people, some as young as 10, to live as slaves.

The United Nations Human Rights Council: setting the standard.More >>

Propaganda roundup. The latest political commentary to mobilize the massesThe Propagandist's Allies are jumping toward the Enemy, smashing their heads into bricks, picking up whatever coins pop out and sometimes just charging right through the bad guys, accompanied by a quick-time musical interlude.

Here are the latest propaganda dispatches from the front lines:

Confusion to our enemies!...More >>

Of all the places to find insight into the enigma that is modern Russia, who would imagine that you would find it, in all places, in a Die Hard movie? Wonders never cease.

On the surface, A Good Day to Die Hard is everything you would expect from a Die Hard film: John McLane (Bruce Willis) finds trouble.  Largely confused about what’s going on, he kills a lot of bad guys. In a series of escalating gun battles and car chases McLane cuts a trail of destruction across Moscow. In doing so, he saves the day. The End.

To be a little more detailed, John stumbles into some CIA business when his estranged son Jack (Jai Courtney) is arrested for a political assassination in Russia. The killing places him right in the middle of political intrigue between a candidate to be Russian Minister of Defense and an old rival, Komarov (Sebastien Koch). John travels to Russia intent on helping his son, only to discover that Jack has things well in hand. He’s a CIA operative tasked with getting Komarov and a dossier of evidence implicating Yuri Chagarin (Sergei Kolesnikov) in the late-Soviet-era illegal sale...More >>



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