The United Nations has earned notoriety as one of the most corrupt organizations in the world. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has allegedly squandered billions of taxpayer-funded dues. Nonetheless, the UN intends to celebrate 'Anti-Corruption Day' on December 9.
The UN News Center reports that, "Corruption is a barrier to achieving universally accepted development goals, Ban Ki-moon said today, calling on Governments, the private sector and civil society to take a collective stand against a social, political and economic disease affecting all countries."
Billionaire oil tycoon George Soros, who recently endorsed Hillary Clinton for President, has recently teamed up with one of his nemesis, former Vice President Dick Cheney to invest big-time cash on Halliburton. Mr. Cheney is a former CEO of the corporation, which has been villified by Leftist organizations such as Moveon.org.
According to American Thinker, Mike Boyer, of Foreign Policy Magazine, notes the gigantic stake George Soros has taken in Halliburton, the epitome of evil in the eyes of his left wing friends:"
Some skeptical American voters believe that their elected leaders are doing the devil's work. So in that vain, a group of Yankee Satanists, based in New York City, have drawn up plans to build a temple to worship Satan nearby the state capitol in Oklahoma City.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Legislative leaders in Oklahoma sought to ease public concern Monday over a plan by a group of satanists to erect a monument at the state . Both House Speaker and Senate President Pro Tem suggested that such a plan was far from a reality, and members of the committee that would need to approve the monument sounded skeptical. But a constitutional law professor says the state could be on legally questionable ground if it rejects the New York-based Satanic Temple's request to put an homage to Satan near a Ten Commandments monument that's already at the Capitol."
Snoop Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, is launching a new fasion trend that is likely to upset PETA and GreenPeace. Apparently, he's visiting Russia and wearing fur at publicity events.
The Moscow Times reports that, "American rapper, actor and singer-songwriter Calvin Broadus, better known as Snoop Lion or his former pseudonyms Snoop Dogg and Snoop Doggy Dogg, made a splash in Moscow last weekend with several public appearances."
Indian rioters are ignoring Gandhi's non-violent philosophy by sparking riots on the streets of Singapore.
According to Reuters, "A crowd of around 400 people set fire to vehicles and clashed with police in the Indian district of Singapore late on Sunday after a man was hit and killed by a bus, the first major riot in the city-state for more than 40 years."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is considered the frontrunner to become the Democrat Party nominee for President in 2016, but she fears that answering tough questions in regards to her controversial past could spoil her White House ambitions.
CBS News reports that, "At a foreign policy forum Wednesday evening, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke extensively about her life and time as the nation’s chief diplomat – but was not pressed to weigh in on the most pressuring international current events of the day."
Mobsters hailing from the South Korean port town of Mokpo, North Jeolla Province have launched schemes to join sudent councils at South Korean universities so they can extort cash, terrorize professors and provide illicit drugs and prostitutes on campus
According to the JoongAng Daily, "Students are increasingly turning their backs on student councils at local universities, with some colleges terminating them altogether. These developments are part of the aftermath of a series of scandals in recent months implicating these boards, which gang members have infiltrated to extort school funds and commit other fraud."
Prime Minister David Cameron of Grat Britain has given the 'green light' to build a $200 million cyber-spying research and development center in London. Senior researchers will be utilizing telecommunications equipment from a China-based company, whose founder is a former technical-specialist for the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China.
Reuters reports that, "Britain will clear Chinese telecoms equipment firm Huawei to run a UK-based cyber security center if it agrees to tighter rules to allay spying and hacking fears, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday."
BEIJING: Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych is contending with nationwide protests in his country after he refused to sign a deal with the European Union. And while millions of his citizens are calling for his ouster as President, he is visiting China for the time being.
According to China Radio International, "Chinese President Xi Jinping has held talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovych in Beijing."