Monday, September 25, 2023

Chinese real estate debacle

Evergrande Former CEO And CFO Arrested As Insolvent Property Giant Misses Payment On $550MM Onshore Bond

MONDAY, SEP 25, 2023 - 08:08 AM

It has been another stormy day for China's property sector which plunged 7%, erasing all gains since the Nov 2022 lows...

... driven by the latest collapse in (insolvent) Evergrande shares which, after soaring on a furious short squeeze three weeks ago...

California Democrat show particular deference to CCP activities

California officials dragged feet investigating China-linked biolab, documents suggest

Suspicions were raised about the operations of a Chinese-linked biolab in central California far earlier than previously known, according to a review of hundreds of internal emails, documents and photographs obtained by Fox News. 

Two California state agencies called on by the city of Fresno to intervene in the matter tell Fox they had no authority to get involved but the delay of local and state officials to take action in fall 2022 appears to have allowed lab workers to empty a warehouse full of dangerous biological agents, lab mice, chemicals and equipment. 

A trove of emails obtained through a public records request with the city of Fresno showed one official had been so concerned by Universal Meditech Inc.’s operations he filed urgent pleas with California’s environmental and toxic substance agencies for assistance in possibly shutting down the biolab before it could relocate. 

When no one stepped up to stop them, UMI quietly moved last year into a previously vacant warehouse in Reedley about 20 miles away. 

Reedley officials were unaware of the move. 

Once discovered, the unpermitted and unlicensed lab containing numerous deadly infectious agents wasn’t shut down until March of this year.

Inside the Chinese-linked California Biolab boxes are seen with cabinets and other supplies.
Inside the Chinese-linked C

I suspect Hillary will try to frame any Republican candidate just like the made up Pepe pee tape hoax. Hillary is a cancer on America

‘He’ll Do It Again’: Hillary Clinton Warns of 2024 Russian Election Interference

They're not migrants they're violent invaders

Horrifying images show a bloodied Border Patrol agent after brawl with a migrant as over 5,000 asylum seekers pack on crowded freight train dubbed 'The Beast' headed for United States

Enviro nutters and their murderous e-bikes

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Hunter and the corruption business

‘Missing witness’ in Biden corruption probe offers dirt on Hunter FBI ‘mole’ who tipped him off

When it comes time to hang the traitors we'll know where they are

Ex-Intel Officials Who Signed The Infamous Hunter Biden Laptop Letter Keep Landing Gigs With The Biden Admin

Murderous druggies...cost a family its mother and wife

California man says his wife was stabbed to death after asking couple doing drugs to move away from their kids' window

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Canadian Parliment honors a Nazi Waffen SS veteran

Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government blasted for giving two standing ovations to a veteran Waffen-SS Nazi days before Yom Kippur

Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

It turns out that unrestrained eugenics is not the only thing out of the Third Reich that Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party of Canada has found cause to celebrate.

After Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy delivered an address to the Canadian Parliament on Friday, Liberal House Speaker Anthony Rota lavished praise on a 98-year-old who had served with Heinrich Himmler's Waffen-SS in World War II. Trudeau and his socialist ally Jagmeet Singh, head of the NDP, joined Rota and their respective parties in honoring the Nazi veteran with two standing ovations just days ahead of Yom Kippur.

Critics, including the leaders of various Jewish groups, have unloaded on the Canadian government — especially on the Trudeau Liberals who have previously had troubling ties with anti-Semites and accused those with whom they've disagreed of being Nazis.

A Nazi on Parliament Hill

House Speaker Rota, a parliamentary member of Trudeau's Liberal Party, invited Yaroslav Hunka to Parliament, introducing him Friday as a war hero "who fought [for] the Ukrainian independence against the Russians and continues to support the troops today."

This introduction took place after Zelenskyy thanked Canada for its support of Ukraine's defense against Russian invaders, which has taken the form of over $6.6 billion in aid since January 2022, reported the Washington Post.

"I am very proud to say that he is from North Bay and from my riding of Nipissing-Timiskaming," Rota said of Hunka. "He is a Ukrainian hero, a Canadian hero, and we thank him for all his service."

Members of Parliament jumped to their feet, applauding the emotional Nazi veteran who responded with dual thumbs up.

The Western Standard reported that among those cheering on Hunka was Ya'ara Saks, a Liberal member of Parliament who previously accusedthe peaceful trucker convoy protesters of being Nazis, claiming that "honk honk" "is an acronym for 'heil Hitler.'"

Trudeau, who similarly cheered on the Nazi veteran, previously accusedConservative politicians who supported the trucker convoy of standing with "people who wave swastikas" whilst his own government discussedpossibly using German Leopard 2 tanks on unarmed protesters.

Although sympathetic to the Liberal Party, Canadian state media later conceded that Hunka had served under Nazi command in the Waffen-SS Galicia Division, a voluntary unit also known as the SS 14th Waffen Division or the First Ukrainian Division.

According to the Holocaust Encyclopedia, the Waffen-SS was "heavily involved in the commission of the Holocaust through their participation in mass shootings, anti-partisan warfare, and in supplying guards for Nazi concentration camps."

Hunka's unit also committed atrocities against the Polish resistance during the war and committed massacres of adults and children alike, such as in the village of Huta Pieniacka.

Hunka's unit was deemed a criminal organization by the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg.


While Rota evidently has trouble differentiating between Nazi veterans and the Canadian war heroes who helped ensure their defeat, others suffered no such difficulty.

B'nai Brith Canada CEO Michael Mostyn noted that Hunka's unite comprised "ultra-nationalist ideologues" who "dreamed of an ethnically homogenous Ukrainian state and endorsed the idea of ethnic cleansing," reported CTV News.

"We understand an apology is forthcoming. We expect a meaningful apology. Parliament owes an apology to all Canadians for this outrage, and a detailed explanation as to how this could possibly have taken place at the centre of Canadian democracy," added Mostyn.

The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs wrote on X, "Canada's Jewish community stands firmly with Ukraine in its war against Russian aggression. But we can't stay silent when crimes committed by Ukrainians during the Holocaust are whitewashed."

Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies statedSunday, "The fact that a veteran who served in a Nazi military unit was invited to and given a standing ovation in Parliament is shocking. At a time of rising antisemitism and Holocaust distortion, it is incredibly disturbing to see Canada's Parliament rise to applaud an individual who was a member of a unit in the Waffen-SS, a Nazi military branch responsible for the murder of Jews and others and that was declared a criminal organization during the Nuremberg Trials."

"There should be no confusion that this unit was responsible for the mass murder of innocent civilians with a level of brutality and malice that is unimaginable," added FSWC.

Sebastian Skamski, spokesman for Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre's office, said, "We find the reports of this individual's history very troubling," adding that Trudeau's Liberals had some explaining to do.

Poilievre said in a statement, "This is an appalling error in judgement on the part of Justin Trudeau, whose personal protocol office is responsible for arranging and vetting all guests and programming for state visits of this kind."

"No parliamentarians (other than Justin Trudeau) had the opportunity to vet this individual's past before he was introduced and honoured on the floor of the House of Commons," added Poilievre. "Without warning or context, it was impossible for any parliamentarian in the room (other than Mr. Trudeau) to know of this dark past."

Jagmeet Singh, the leader of the socialistic NDP whose support ensures Trudeau's Liberal Party won't have to face an election, said, "This event has caused harm to the Jewish community and for that, I am sorry. ... We must all stand together against the rising tide of anti-Semitism."

Apologies and blame

After it was revealed that the Liberal speaker had championed a former Nazi in the people's Parliament, Trudeau's office rushed to displace blame.

A spokesman for the Prime Minister's Office stated, "The independent Speaker of the House has apologized and accepted full responsibility for issuing the invitation and for the recognition in Parliament. This was the right thing to do."

Rota jumped on the proverbial Waffen-SS grenade, claiming the initiative was "entirely my own."

"I have subsequently become aware of more information which causes me to regret my decision," said Rota. "I wish to make clear that no one, including fellow parliamentarians and the Ukraine delegation, was aware of my intention or of my remarks before I delivered them."

Trudeau's Liberals appear to have had issues distancing themselves from anti-Semitic causes in recent years.

Trudeau's Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, granddaughter of a Nazi collaborator, was accused last year of posing with a "pro-Nazi" banner, reported the Post.

Freeland had apparently held up the colors of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army at a protest last year — contentious because one of its factions, led by Stepan Bandera, allied with the Nazis and murdered thousands of Jews and around 100,000 Poles.

TheBlaze previously reported that the Trudeau Liberal government also gave a sizable taxpayer-funded grand to a purported anti-racism advocacy group in 2022 that turned out to have a raging anti-Semite as a top consultant.

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Sunday, September 24, 2023

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Africa's dictators stand against democratic rule

Mali won't 'stand idly by' if ECOWAS intervenes in Niger

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The foreign minister of Mali told the UN General Assembly that any military intervention in Niger would threaten Mali's security. The juntas in Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso signed a mutual defense pact last week.
Malian Foreign Minister Abdouaye Diop speaking at the UN General Assembly
Abdouaye Diop also criticized France and praised Russia at the UN General AssemblyImage: Mary Altaffer/AP Photo/picture alliance

Mali's top diplomat has warned that his country "will not stand idly by" if foreign powers intervene in neighboring Niger.

"Mali remains strongly opposed to any military intervention by ECOWAS," Foreign Minister Abdoulaye Diop said on Saturday while representing Mali's military junta at the UN General Assembly.

"Any invasion of this country constitutes a direct threat to the peace and security of Mali, but also to the peace and security of the region, and will necessarily have serious consequences."

What's the situation in Niger?

The West African regional bloc ECOWAS has threatened to stage a military intervention in Niger after democratically elected President Mohamed Bazoum was overthrown in a coup in July.

The country's new military ruler, General Abdourahamane Tchiani, has proposed a three-year transition back to democracy, which ECOWAS has rejected.

ECOWAS has repeatedly called for Bazoum to be released from house arrest and reinstated as the country's leader. It has sent multiple delegations to Niamey to find a diplomatic solution.

A month after coup, Niger's situation is dire


The July coup made Niger the third country in the Sahel region to be led by a military junta since 2020, after Burkina Faso and Mali.

Last week, the military leaders of all three countries signed an agreement for mutual defense in the event of an attack.

Russia's growing influence in the Sahel

In his address at the UN General Assembly, Diop also criticized France for its "neo-colonial domination" while praising Russia's growing influence in the Sahel region.

He accused France of encouraging terrorist activities and moving to prevent Mali's ability to access to loans from regional or multinational financial institutions.

Meanwhile, he made "special mention" of Russia's "active solidarity and reliable commitment both bilaterally and multilaterally."

Russia has been accused of stirring chaos in Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger. Its Wagner mercenary grouphas been implicated in massacres of civilians and other human rights abuses in the region.