Looking ahead to 2021; Jobama 3? A post-pandemic world?

Looking ahead to 2021; Jobama 3? A post-pandemic world?

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Covid-19 changed everything.  Our Lives, our Health, the Economy, the Election, and certainly our Future. While the pandemic presents an enduring challenge to the world, events nonetheless move forward shrouded by the continuing health emergency and jolted by lethal socio/economic ramifications. Now, nearly one year into suffering from […]

South Korea strikes a blow against freedom of information

South Korea strikes a blow against freedom of information

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk South Korean leadership, by banning defectors from launching balloons wafting leaflets over North Korea, has struck a devastating blow against free speech and freedom of information in both Koreas. The anti-leaflet legislation is inspiring an adverse reaction not only in Seoul but also at the United Nations and in […]

How President Trump’s major Morocco-Israel diplomatic deal blindsided the black hats

How President Trump’s major Morocco-Israel diplomatic deal blindsided the black hats

Special to WorldTribune.com by John J. Metzler In another stunning breakthrough for Middle East peace, the Kingdom of Morocco has recognized Israel. The latest diplomatic deal was orchestrated in the waning weeks of the Trump Administration’s first term, but built upon September’s surprising Abraham Accords where three other Arab countries, including the United Arab Emirates, […]

Warning at UN: ‘Vaccine cannot undo damage that will stretch across years, even decades’

Warning at UN: ‘Vaccine cannot undo damage that will stretch across years, even decades’

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler “Today marks an overdue and much needed moment of reckoning. None of us could have imagined, this time last year, what was to come,” stated Amb. Volkan Bozkir, the President of the UN General Assembly. He added, “COVID-19 is first and foremost a global health crisis. But it […]

From Arab spring to Syrian winter as Russia-China veto blocks aid to millions

From Arab spring to Syrian winter as Russia-China veto blocks aid to millions

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler There’s a special kind of Hell which befalls refugees and displaced persons during a harsh winter.  And now as that season approaches, Syria stands at the brink after a decade of conflict and calamity and with no genuine end in sight. Regional cease fires and optimism over intermittent […]

Anti-American do-gooders with conflicts of interest deserve scrutiny

Anti-American do-gooders with conflicts of interest deserve scrutiny

Special to WorldTribune, November 29, 2020 by Cheryl K. Chumley Following is the third of three excerpts from the author’s new book, ‘Socialists Don’t Sleep‘.  See Part I. See Part II. The Open Society Institute run by world renowned anti-American philanthropist George Soros gave $3.4 million to UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) in 2010; that […]

Hypocrisy on parade: Revealing UN votes on human, religious rights

Hypocrisy on parade: Revealing UN votes on human, religious rights

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Tis the Season of blatant political hypocrisy.  This is the point where the UN General Assembly is quickly moving through its agenda items and voting on and adopting a series of draft resolutions relating to human rights and religious freedoms. It’s all a bit pro forma until you […]

Winner of the 2020 election: The Wuhan, China virus

Winner of the 2020 election: The Wuhan, China virus

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler The experts got it wrong again.  The pundits, the pollsters and the mainstream media once again assured Americans of the predictable Trump and Republican rout on election day.  An inevitable Biden Blue Wave from sea to shining sea looked plausible to those who instinctively know better and who […]

The foreign policy debate that wasn’t and the Trump successes that were

The foreign policy debate that wasn’t and the Trump successes that were

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Turn down the shouting, tone down the hype and tune in for a serious moment on U.S. foreign policy. In the closing stages of the seemingly perpetual U.S. Presidential election campaign, the final debate was slated to cover foreign policy — it really didn’t. But let’s first focus […]

No, corporate media, the Chinese global pandemic is not just a U.S. problem

No, corporate media, the Chinese global pandemic is not just a U.S. problem

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler While recent flareups of the coronavirus have been spreading across large parts of the USA, Americans are hardly alone in facing the deadly pandemic. Though virus outbreaks are often presented by mainstream media outlets as a political validation of the contentious mask debate, leading European countries such as […]

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