A Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for The New York Times covered up one of the worst genocides in modern history. The atrocity I’m referring to is the Ukrainian famine of 1932-33 that was orchestrated by Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. It…
The Dragon King Temple, located in Suyu County, Jiangsu Province, was built in the early Ming Dynasty, and had its heyday during the Qing Dynasty. Ancient Qing emperors often visited the temple to worship. Thus, it became a royal temple,…
Forests make up 40 percent of Belarus and it’s one of the few places where you’ll find the rare European bison. Sounds alright so far. But due to its one-party military dictatorship, the former Soviet republic is the closest thing…
The Soviet Union tested their first nuclear bomb at the Semipalatinsk Test Site, also known as “The Polygon,” in Kazakhstan on August 29, 1949.
One of the worst genocides of the 20th century was the deliberate killing of millions of Ukrainians through starvation by the Soviets during 1932-1933.
Who do they think they are going to fool? A tourist company pays them to do this promo on Pyongyang in North Korea, and they blatantly praise the place as a tourist destination. We haven’t been living with our heads in holes.
It’s been four weeks now since North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has been seen in public, with the last time being vision of him walking around hampered by a bad limp.
Has anyone else noticed some weird shufflings going on in the upper ranks of communist governments lately?
US-based Muddy Waters Research LLC (Muddy Waters), according to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), is run by “a handful of anti-China activists”. If you asked Muddy Waters whether they are anti-China or not, they just might confirm it!
Falun Gong adherents around the world gathered on July 20 in peaceful protest against the persecution of the practice in mainland China.