There's a lot to talk about today, but we need to address the situation in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The military has been in control in Myanmar for a very long time. In 2011, the military allowed limited reforms and a (seemingly fairly weak) elected Parliamentary system was put in place. This civilian government was never in control of the military and many suspect that the military still held all of the real power. In a recently held election Aung San Suu Kyi was voted into power and she promised to transition the country further from military to civilian governance. The military rejected the results of this election on grounds of voter fraud, detained the civilian government leadership, and declared a state of emergency for one full year. The Biden administration has demanded an immediate reversal of these actions and has threatened intervention. Just referring to the country as Burma is a challenge to military leadership, as the military officially changed the name of the nation from Burma to Myanmar in 1989. *I believe CNN would like me to add the disclaimer that there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in Myanmar
Are the Democrats going to call the midterm elections
rigged against them if they don't win?
Klaus Schwab opens World Economic Forum's virtual "Davos Agenda" and introduces China's Xi Jinping.
Why is the narrative seeming to change?
NY State Supreme Court judge ruled New York's mask mandate "unconstitutional," and declared it "null, void and unenforceable."
The Streisand effect is a phenomenon that occurs when an attempt to hide, remove, or censor information has the unintended consequence of increasing awareness of that information, often via the Internet. Dr. Robert Malone is becoming a popular figure despite being banned on social media. Do you think this phenomenon is working in his favor?