All posts filed under: Asia

Views on the News 25/04/2022

Headlines: America, not Russia, is and will be India’s Reliable Partner Post-Ukrainian War Breakthrough in Pak-IMF Bailout Talks, Loan Amount to be $8bn US to Respond if China Puts Military Base on Solomon Islands: White House America, not Russia, is and will be India’s Reliable Partner Post-Ukrainian War It is the United States, and not […]

Indonesian Regime Affirms its Alignment to Liberalism, by Passing Law Against Sexual Violence

The Indonesia House of Representatives (DPR RI) and the government on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, ratified the Draft Law on the Crime of Sexual Violence (RUU TPKS) into law. The chairman of the Indonesian House of Representatives, Puan Maharani, said that the ratification of the TPKS Bill was a historic moment, because the bill had […]

Views on the News 30/03/2022

Headlines: China to Establish Base North of Australia Moscow Expects Europe to Pay in Roubles for Gas Russia says it will ‘Fundamentally Cut Back Military Activity’ China to Establish Base North of Australia The Solomon Islands has confirmed it is drafting a security deal with China – a move that’s triggered alarm in neighbouring Australia […]

With its Mediocre Foreign Policy, Russia continues to tighten the American noose around own neck.

Japan will supply its liquefied natural gas to Europe: representatives of the European Union and the United States addressed Tokyo with such a request. Japan itself imports energy resources, but in the current situation, Tokyo decided to show political solidarity. The first batches should arrive in Europe in March. (ru.euronews)

Views on the News 15/12/2021

Headlines: Tunisian President Extends Suspension Ann San Sui Kui Given Sentence Virtual Conference to Save Democracy Tunisian President Extends Suspension Tunisian President Kais has revealed the extension of the suspension of the country’s parliament, announcing that a referendum on constitutional reform will be held in July 2022, followed by parliamentary elections in December. In a speech […]

Coal Mafia and the Curse of Capitalistic Development in the Muslim Lands

“Innalillahi wa inna ilaihi rojiu’un. I’m sorry to hear the death of Advocate Jurkani due to a brutal stabbing when he advocated for the illegal mining case in Tanah Bumbu, South Kalimantan, Indonesia. There were many such barbaric incidents in Banua, South Kalimantan. A teacher was killed because of the coal mine matter. Some journalists […]

Boycotting The Malacca State Elections Threatens Democracy and Will Only Benefit the Kuffar – Is This True?

The 2021 Malacca state election was held on the 20th of November 2021. This election was called prematurely due to a ‘political crisis’ which came about when four assembly members casted a no confidence vote against the incumbent Chief Minster, Sulaiman Md Ali and withdrew their support for him. The election was a contest between […]

The Pandora Papers Reveal the True Faces of Democratic Rulers!

The discovery of the Panama Papers shocked the world about five years ago. Today, the world is again shaken by the Pandora Papers investigation which involved 600 journalists from 150 media organizations in 117 countries. The investigation was based on 11.9 million leaked confidential documents involving 2.9 terabytes of data, from 14 financial services companies […]

Views on the News 22/10/2021

Headlines: US Support for Sudan in question if Transition Blocked, Special Envoy warns Tarin Leaves US without Concluding IMF Negotiations Biden says US will Defend Taiwan if China Attacks US Support for Sudan in question if Transition Blocked, Special Envoy warns US support to Sudan could be at risk if the country’s fragile transition to […]

Is the US Turning its back upon Science and Losing in the Race against China?

Two articles this week from the Independent each throw light in different ways upon where the US is heading scientifically. On the 11th of October, a headline read: “Pentagon official quits claiming US cybersecurity is ‘kindergarten’ compared to China,” and on the 13th of October another headline read: “Pro-Trump candidate suggests taking all boats out […]

Depopulation Haunts Singapore

The annual Population in Brief report showed the total population as at June fell for the second straight year, to 5.45 million – a 4.1 per cent drop and the largest year-on-year decline since 1950. The non-resident population fell by 10.7 per cent to 1.47 million. And for the first time since 1970, citizen and […]

You reckon them united while their hearts are divided: The United States stabbed France in the back

Australia’s negotiations with the EU on a trade agreement have been postponed as the scandal surrounding Canberra’s decision to cancel its defense contract with Paris escalates. As noted, in solidarity with France, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen expressed doubt that the bloc could conclude a trade agreement with Australia.

Secular Compradors in Indonesia Exploit “Taliban Issues” to Attack Islam

As reported by medcom.id, Indonesian military and intelligence observer, Susaningtyas Nefo Handayani Kertapati believes that the movement adopted by the Taliban group needs to be watched out for in the country. Indications that lead to the Taliban way can be seen in educational institutions. “In our country, there are so many educational institutions that have […]