MixedTimes - Frances Martel
Organized criminal groups are feeding and drugging would-be terrorists to maximize the damage that looting and fires have caused in the heart of Santiago, Chile, a local councilman told Breitbart News in an interview this week.
The North Korean state newspaperRodong Sinmun published an extensive library of photos of Kim Jong-un on Thursday scaling Mount Paektu, the highest peak on the Korean peninsula and a key historical and spiritual site for both North and South Koreans.
ThePeople's Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China, and the government's CCTV broadcaster published images this week depicting Chinese people ransacking an inaccurate rendition of the White House, a call to violence in response to Washington supporting pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters.
The Chinese government propaganda newspaperGlobal Times encouraged the world once again to turn away from healthy democratic norms and embrace the "harmony" of authoritarianism in a column Thursday, deriding the normal competition for the U.S.
El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele announced a windfall of alleged "donations" from the Chinese government during a visit to Beijing Tuesday, a marked digression from Bukele hinting he may cut ties with China entirely upon assuming the presidency in February.
A small group of communists denounced the United States outside of its consulate in Hong Kong Tuesday, burning an effigy of President Donald Trump in a devil costume and trampling the American flag.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro claimed to have over 3 million armed socialist militia members at his disposal and ordered his defense minister to give out 13,000 military-grade firearms to "workers" in anticipation of an alleged attack by Colombia, the Spanish newspaperABCreported on Monday.
The Chinese state propaganda outletGlobal Times published an interview with a communist official in Xinjiang, home to most of the nation's ethnic Uyghur Muslims, on Wednesday asserting that the concentration camps there are "schools" and all escaped prisoners are lying.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam confirmed in remarks Tuesday that her government, appointed by Beijing, would follow Chinese sanctions on the U.S. Navy and American human rights groups following the passage of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.
A high-ranking North Korean official called dialogue with the United States a "foolish trick" in remarks Tuesday and warned Washington that it is "entirely up to the U.S.
An overwhelming majority of Bolivians believe that the resignation of longtime socialist head of state Evo Morales on November 10 was not the result of a "coup," according to a nationwide poll published Sunday.
The ambassador of the legitimate government of Venezuela to the United Kingdom and Ireland, Vanessa Neumann, told the Saudi outlet al-Arabiya on Sunday that the Shiite terrorist organization Hezbollah directly participates in the repression of the Venezuelan people.
Protesters in southern Guangdong province, China, took to the streets last week to demand the communist government not build a polluting crematorium near their town, adopting slogans common to the Hong Kong protest movement,Timemagazine noted on Monday.
Rally organizers said 380,000 people took the streets of Hong Kong Sunday for a protest themed "never forget" – a reminder to the city's government that the protest movement's victory in last week's district council elections would not silence their four democratic demands.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused actor Leonardo DiCaprio in a Facebook live video on Thursday of funding non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who later used his money to set the Amazon Rainforest on fire.
A Seoul court convicted singers Jung Joon-young and Choi Jong-hoon on Friday of several counts of sex crimes, including the gang rape of women during "drinking parties" and, in Jung's case, filming sex with ten women without their consent and sharing the videos with friends.
China's state propaganda outletGlobal Times warned on Friday that now should be the time "Hong Kong society sobers up" to defend from an alleged American economic attack, following the passage of a U.S.
The regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela is still holding 397 political prisoners as of this Monday, a slight drop following an alleged "humanitarian" release of prisoners that also reportedly included common criminals.
Former President of Bolivia Evo Morales, currently in self-imposed exile in Mexico, demanded on Tuesday to be allowed to vote in a presidential election made necessary by widespread election fraud under his administration.
The government of Mozambique launched a new conference and training session initiative in partnership with an albino rights NGO Wednesday urging citizens to cease killing, raping, and using the body parts of people with albinism in witchcraft ceremonies.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded in a speech Wednesday that the United Nations and international community establish March 15 as "International Solidarity Day Against Islamophobia."
Communist Party officials in Beijing were "extremely dissatisfied" with the landslide defeat of their candidates in this week's Hong Kong District Council elections and may be seeking to replace its local representatives in the region, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported on Tuesday.
China's Foreign Ministry accused human rights activists in America of having "no conscience" for condemning Beijing's use of concentration camps to commit genocide against Uyghur, Kazakh, and other Muslim ethnic minorities in western Xinjiang province on Wednesday.
Choi Siwon, a member of the Korean pop (K-pop) group Super Junior, was forced to issue an apology to Chinese fans for liking a tweet of a news article on Sunday featuring an interview with a Hong Kong protester.
The government newspaperChina Daily published a host of unsubstantiated claims of "dirty tricks" against the Hong Kong protest movement Monday, alleging that protesters did not rightfully win Sunday's District Council elections.
Music industry icons in Miami, Florida, announced the organization of an unprecedented charity concert against communism scheduled for April 11, 2020 – in the heat of a presidential election in which several Democrat candidates have openly embraced socialist ideas.
Police confirmed the death of South Korean pop star Goo Hara in her apartment on Sunday less than two weeks after releasing a new album – and six months after her latest suicide attempt.
China's communist regime claimed on Monday that the resounding defeat of pro-communist candidates in Hong Kong's District Council elections Sunday occurred because of American and Western foreign interference, not popular disgust with Beijing.
The Hong Kong pro-democracy movement fueled record voter turnout and a crushing defeat for pro-China parties in Sunday's District Council election, leaving the establishment with only 60 of the nearly 500 seats on the council.
Lawmaker Luis Pardo Sáinz told Breitbart News in an interview Thursday that authorities in his native Chile have "well-founded suspicions" that communists tied to the Castro regime in Cuba and allies of the rogue socialist regime in Venezuela are playing a role in ongoing violent protests.
China's state-runGlobal Timesnewspaper floated on Friday the possibility of "sanctions on individuals and entities" supporting Congress's bill protecting human rights in Hong Kong, despite China's years-long insistence that it opposes unilateral sanctions.
Venezuela's socialist propaganda network celebrated the triumph of a "sardine caravan" Thursday in Aragua state, where impoverished local residents allegedly received 15 tons of sardines.
Father Neville Fernando, TOR, froze. He was standing in the middle of St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Easter Sunday, in the immediate aftermath of a jihadist attack that would kill over 250 people and injure 500 others in three churches and three hotels in the Colombo area.
The tiny Christian minority in Jolo, Philippines – a majority-Muslim area in an overwhelmingly Catholic nation – has seen renewed energy in its churches now that its faith has been "tested by fire,"Monsignor Romeo S.
Students trapped in Hong Kong's Polytechnic University – the product of a police crackdown on "protesters" – enacted dramatic escapes late Monday night, hurling themselves over a bridge with a rope and hopping onto motorcycles to their freedom.
Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez canceled plans to visit her hometown of Beni after receiving death threats from drug traffickers, her Minister of the Interior Arturo Murillo told reporters on Monday.
Police in La Paz, Bolivia, found expansive, luxurious amenities in a complex neighbors referred to as "Evo Morales' clinic" – presumably, where he went to receive medical care – but no actual signs that it was ever used to practice medicine, according to a local media report published this weekend.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó organized a nationwide protest attracting 750,000 Venezuelans to the streets on Saturday, promising workers' strikes beginning Monday to shut down one industry a day.
Parents of students trapped at Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) after a violent weekend that set a significant percentage of the campus ablaze were reportedly "begging" police to let them see their children on Monday.
Residents of poor communities in El Alto, Bolivia, are facing threats of violence or "fines" they cannot afford if they do not join socialist riots against the interim conservative government that replaced ex-President Evo Morales, local media reported on Friday.
Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad told Russian television network Rossiya 24 in an interview Thursday that billionaire Jeffrey Epstein "was killed because he knew a lot of vital secrets.
Cuban police reportedly freed dissident artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara on Thursday afternoon after he went missing Monday, shortly before the arrival of King Felipe VI of Spain and wife Queen Letizia.
Local civilians in El Alto, Bolivia, detained three Cuban nationals and handed them over to police on Wednesday, who found evidence that the foreigners were paying people to riot on behalf of the nation's socialist party.
Police in Bolivia revealed on Wednesday that they had identified among the socialist "protesters" rioting to defend ex-President Evo Morales an Argentine terrorist believed to be in town to "train" local leftists.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, noting her country's status at the "forefront of the world's fight against authoritarian expansion," condemned Tuesday the increasing use of violence Hong Kong police are imposing on pro-democracy protesters.
Thousands of residents of socialist stronghold El Alto, Bolivia, marched into the nation's economic hub and executive government seat, La Paz, chanting "here we go, civil war" on Tuesday.
The deputy speaker of the Senate, Jeanine Áñez Chávez, became president of Bolivia late Tuesday following the resignation of socialist President Evo Morales and everyone else above Áñez in the line of succession.
Leftist former president of Bolivia Evo Morales landed in Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, fleeing his country after his resignation Sunday, and declared that he would remain "anti-imperialist" and in politics "so long as I live.
President Donald Trump "gave the order to overthrow and finish off the Indian," Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro said on Monday, accusing Trump of forcing former Bolivian President Evo Morales to resign.
Police in La Paz, Bolivia, pleaded with leftist rioters on Monday to stop destroying the city in statements in the indigenous Aymara and Quechua languages following the resignation of socialist President Evo Morales.
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales fled his country Monday night for Mexico, where the government granted him political asylum, after promising to "never abandon" the Bolivian people.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the former Brazilian socialist president sentenced to decades in prison over extensive corruption while in office, will hit the campaign trail now that he is free, Brazil'sO Globo reported Monday.
Chinese state media published a graphic video on Monday showing a man doused in liquid and set on fire in Hong Kong, claiming — citing the Hong Kong police force — that protesters set him on fire for defending the Communist Party.
Leftist supporters resigning President Evo Morales set fires throughout Bolivia's major cities in protest late Sunday, unleashing what one local newspaper called a "wave of terror" in revenge against international pressure on Morales to step down.
Bolivia's socialist President Evo Morales, in power for 13 years after forcing constitutional reforms through to stay in power, resigned on Sunday following the publication of evidence he rigged the October presidential race.
Tens of thousands of people reportedly took to the streets of Hong Kong Friday after a 22-year-old student died following a mysterious fall near the vicinity of a protest site.
A Pentagon spokesman told reporters on Thursday that revenues from Syrian oil secured by U.S. troops will go to the majority Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), not to the United States.
Human rights groups revealed Thursday that José Daniel Ferrer, the head of the largest dissident organization in Cuba, is nearing death after a month in prison in which guards are reportedly feeding him rotten food and "semi-fecal" water.
The commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Mazloum Abdi, told the Kurdish news outlet Rudaw in an interview published Tuesday Thursday that American troops are "definitely not" staying in Syria for oil.
Democrat 2020 presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) told Breitbart News on Thursday that Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad told her personally he agreed to international observers overseeing a democratic Syrian election and claimed there were "differing reports" on his use of chemical weapons.
The parents of a one-year-old girl who died after receiving a Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine in Havana last month fled the country, they revealed on Wednesday, after Cuban police threatened to arrest them if they kept publicly demanding answers.
Belligerent pro-China Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho is in the hospital Wednesday following a stabbing attack in broad daylight that was caught on video.
President Donald Trump announced in a Monday Federal Registry statement that the federal government could no longer use taxpayers' dollars for "educational and cultural exchange programs" partnered with the governments of Cuba, Russia, Syria, and North Korea.
Children in Bahía state, Brazil, began coming home hungry on a regular basis after the school system imposed vegan menus in cafeterias, the brainchild of a government official who had moved to the impoverished northeast state from the nation's wealthy south, theWashington Post foundin a report published Monday.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam once again left the embattled city to meet with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping in Shanghai on Monday, who said he had a "high degree of trust" in Lam to "improve the social atmosphere" in the city.
A knife-wielding thug speaking Mandarin, a language not common to southern China, slashed a group of protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday night and, when confronted by a local politician, bit his ear off.
To understand Hispanic culture, you must understand Walter Mercado. Mercado, a Puerto Rican astrologer millennials will most fondly remember for his daily segments on the Univisión sensationalist news program Primer Impacto in the 1990s, died on Saturday as arguably the most respected person in Latin America.
A humanitarian organization in northern Syria, the Free Burma Rangers, announced on Sunday the death of medic and cameraman Zau Seng.
Cuban former political prisoners and human rights activists held a vigil Friday in front of the United Nations offices of the communist regime to honor Armando Sosa Fortuny, who died this week after serving 43 years as a prisoner of conscience.
Bolivian media recorded an attack allegedly by socialist supporters of President Evo Morales on peaceful protesters in the streets of La Paz Thursday, occurring near "hundreds" of police officers who reportedly stood by and did nothing.
A group of 54 United Nations members issued a statement Tuesday defending China for building over 1,000 concentration camps to imprison, torture, indoctrinate, rape, and kill Muslims, crediting the camps with building "a stronger sense of happiness" in the country.
Police injured at least two journalists, flooded a pharmacy with tear gas, and used water cannons and rubber bullets against peaceful demonstrators in Hong Kong on Sunday, the 21st weekend since protests began in June.
Russia's Defense Ministry claimed it had "no reliable information" that the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died on Sunday, following the revelation by President Donald Trump that U.S.
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a U.S.-allied coalition of mostly Kurdish fighters, blamed Turkey on Sunday for delaying a five-month-long operation to capture Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the Islamic State.
Yeni Safak, one of Turkey's largest and most belligerent Ottoman imperialist newspapers, boasted a column by its editor-in-chief on its English-language page Sunday morning calling America and Israel the "big bosses of global terrorism.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro – who campaigned as a hardline anti-communist against China's invasion of the Brazilian economy – signed eight trade agreements with dictator Xi Jinping on Friday.
Joshua Wong, head of one of the largest pro-democracy movements in Hong Kong, stormed an electoral council meeting Thursday night along with a crowd of protesters, forcing it to end early, as the government tries to keep him off the ballot.
Turkey "is continuing its genocide war" in northern Syria despite an allegedly "permanent" ceasefire, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a U.S.-allied coalition largely made up of Kurdish fighters, alleged on Thursday.
Chinese Christians fear that they will lose points in the nation's "social credit system" – which allows the government to punish those with a low score – simply for their faith, a report on global Christian persecution revealed on Wednesday.
Christian persecution in Iraq and Syria has decreased dramatically in the aftermath of the fall of the Islamic State, a report published Wednesday revealed, in large part because the affected areas have been almost completely stripped of their Christian populations.
The editor-in-chief of a major Islamist newspaper in Turkey declared in celebration that the Russia- and U.S.-brokered ceasefire between Turkey and Kurdish fighters in Syria was a sign "the international system has collapsed" in a column Thursday.
The mother of a one-year-old killed in a Cuban clinic after receiving a routine vaccination launched an awareness campaign Tuesday urging social media users to share a photo of her in the hope that the communist regime gives her answers.
NBA star Enes Kanter lamented as "unbelievable" and "just sad" on Wednesday a report revealing that Turkish prosecutors were using the fact that a former banker followed him on Twitter as evidence of "terrorist" activities.
The Chinese Communist Party is preparing a plan to remove Carrie Lam, the least popular chief executive in Hong Kong history, but will wait some time so as to not appear to be ceding to protests, theFinancial Times reported on Wednesday.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a London-based NGO tracking abuses in the country, published a video Tuesday showing jihadis allied with Turkey shouting "Allahu Akbar" and kicking around the dead body of a Kurdish woman fighting the Turkish invasion.
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil attended the formal enthronement of Japanese Emperor Naruhito on Tuesday as the only head of state representing North or South America.
Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno called Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro an "ass" in remarks Monday during a meeting with Ecuador's Confederation of Workers.
Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency announced Tuesday that the country will host the 2021 Interpol General Assembly, a victory for a nation Voice of America called the "most prolific abuser" of Interpol's Red Notice system.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he felt "serious sadness" at criticism against his country's invasion of Syria from the Islamist regime in Iran on Tuesday, lamenting that President Hassan Rouhani did not "prevent" officials from condemning Erdogan.
Pastor Andrew Brunson "became a magnet for prayer" to a country increasingly hostile to Jesus, bringing purpose to the over two years he spent in prison in Turkey for the crime of "Christianization," he told Breitbart News.
Diosdado Cabello, a U.S.-sanctioned drug trafficker and one of Venezuela's most powerful socialist henchmen, took credit for the violent riots that have consumed Ecuador and Chile this month, calling them the "little breeze" of a coming "Bolivarian hurricane" during a weekend rally.
The government-runChina Daily claimed in a weekend column that the backlash against basketball player LeBron James for standing with the Communist Party has "nasty racial connotations."
Kurdish civilians pelted a U.S. military convoy with tomatoes, stood in front of armored vehicles shouting "no, no!" and held up protest signs as troops moved out of Qamishli, northern Syria, video surfacing from the region showed on Monday.
Uyghur-Americans face regular threats from the Chinese Communist Party on U.S. soil and the fear of having their families imprisoned in a concentration camp, Nury Turkel, a Uyghur-American attorney, told Congress on Thursday.
Turkish Foreign MinisterMevlut Cavusoglu told reporters on Thursday that the ceasefire brokered by the United States between Ankara and Syrian Kurdistan was "not a ceasefire" and that Turkey will only withdraw from Syria when the Kurds evacuate the region.
The rogue socialist regime of Venezuela won a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council Thursday, a month after the same council published a scathing report accusing dictator Nicolás Maduro of gross human rights abuses.
Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad commented personally on Turkey's invasion of Syrian Kurdistan on Thursday, warning that his military "will respond and confront" Turkey's "terrorism... in all its forms in any region of Syrian territory.
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a formerly U.S.-allied coalition largely made up of Kurdish fighters, accused the Turkish military and its proxies of genocide against the Kurdish people on Wednesday and using tactics "similar to ISIS.
The Chinese state propaganda outletGlobal Times declared free speech does not exist in the United States in a column on Wednesday. It cited as evidence the fact basketball player LeBron James has faced criticism for defending his business interests with the communist regime in Beijing.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Jimmy Sham is in the hospital late Wednesday after an unknown group of masked thugs bludgeoned him with hammers while out in public.