Harvard University has been exposed engaging in systemic discrimination against Asian applicants in the name of "diversity" (archived). According to the internal report from 2013, 43 percent of Harvard's freshman class would have been Asian if they University had adhered to strict qualifications based admissions criteria. To prevent that outcome the University's admissions office increased the weight of subjective criteria like "personality" as part of an organized effort to marginalize Asian applicants.
South Korean coach Shin Tae-yong admited that during low stakes games before the World Cup he had a number of his players switch uniform numbers in order to thwart scouting efforts by competitors (archived). The coach cited Western white folk's inability to "distinguish between Asians" as cause to believe in the effectiveness of the tactic.
Canadian citizen Roger Clark has been extradited to the US1 over allegations he allegedly mentored Dread Pirate Roberts, operator of the late Silk Road darknet market (archived). The FBI and their criminal co-conspirators allege Clark under the alias 'Variety Jones' gave advice to a young man on the internet.
A location which is neither Canada nor Thailand ↩
Earlier today in Singapore US President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un and signed a peace document in the most substantial move towards ending the Korean War since the expired Armistice of 1953 which lead to the initial cessation of hostilities (archived). In the intervening 68 years Trump's predecessors and the "International Community" with its "rules based order" have been happy to leave an unfinished war between belligerents open on their books. This lead to Korea's development of defensive nuclear weapons under Trump's immediate predecessors Bush II and Hussein Bahamas.
This historic move towards peace followed a contentious G7 summit where after President Trump left in respectful disagreement, members of the "rules based order" club attempted to falsify President Trump's support for a join statement on behalf of their "rules based" club.
Substantial noise is being made this weekend over a game of Naval footsie between US and Chinese warships in the South China Sea (archived). The cause for the drama is the fact that US warships can no longer navigate the South China Sea on the strength of the US Navy's armament, in this young century their presence in the South China Sea has been reduced to a courtesy extended to the US ships by Chinese Armed Forces.
A member of the US embassy staff in China has reported to have suffered a "mild brain injury" after experiencing a abnormal sound. Similar incidents in Cuba lead the US to depopulate its diplomatic mission in that country. That these incidents keep happening in US embassies raises the possibility that various surveillance and electronic warfare equipment maintained by the US empire in its embassies has adverse effects on human health.
Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr, who commands a militia that violently opposed the US occupation of Iraq is set to have candidates on his ticket see a dominating election win. Candidates in al-Sadr's Sairoon coalition have won in 10 of Iraq's 18 provinces and the city of Baghdad which allocates a majority of parliament's 329 seats.
Incumbent Prime Minister Abadi’s coalition, favored by the United States and forecasted to win, is third place overall and fifth place in the capital. As the proxy war in Syria continues to rage, this Iraqi power shift towards alignment with Iran is not favorable to Israel and the United States.
Peter Dalglish, a Canadian pantsuit "humanitarian" with ties to several UN "aid" programs (archived), was arrested by police in Nepal for buggering two boys aged 12 and 14 (archived). In 1987 Dalgish founded his own NGO aid organization for the alleged purpose of teaching street kids "entrepreneurship". Circumstances suggest Dalgish used his "humanitarian" work as cover to fulfill his dreams of being an intercontinental child sex predator.
When will pantsuit aligned "humanitarians" finally address the endemic child trafficking and little boy buggering that happens within their ranks?
China has begun dipping its toes into the evils of extraterritorial jurisdiction pioneered by the USG. China's Civil Aviation Administration has begun issuing letters demanding that businesses follow Chinese anti-separatism laws and cease distinguishing between mainland China, special administrative divisions like Hong Kong and Macau, and territories including Formosa1 not yet under the Beiing government's control (archived).
Also known as Taiwan and the Republic of China ↩