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  • EU is a perfect example of majority tyranny

    EU is a perfect example of majority tyranny

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Polish philosopher and MEP Ryszard Legutko, in his latest book, analyzes the recent changes in liberal democracy and comes to the conclusion that it has many frightening similarities with communism. Freedom is losing ground, since in the Western world, pluralism exists only in words. Atlantico: L’Artilleur has published your book The Devil in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations at the Heart of Free Societies. You have lived…

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  • NATO is not yet considering Ukraines membership in the alliance

    NATO is not yet considering Ukraine’s membership in the alliance

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — NATO does not yet see Ukraine as a member of the alliance. Kiev should first of all carry out internal reforms, in particular, strengthen the rule of law. This was announced to Izvestia by the NATO press service in response to a question whether the alliance is preparing to grant Ukraine membership in the organization. “We expect that Ukraine will focus on internal reforms, consolidate…

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  • Trump supporters create anti Biden group

    Trump supporters create anti-Biden group

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Former US Vice President, who served during the presidency of Donald Trump, Michael Pence announced the emergence of the advocacy group “America’s Freedom Advancement” to defend conservative values ​​and oppose the policies of the current head of state Joe Biden. It is reported by the Washington Post newspaper. “Promoting America’s Freedom” plans to build on the success of the past four years by promoting conservative…

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  • Russian Foreign Ministry accused NATO of increasing activity in Ukraine and the Black Sea

    Russian Foreign Ministry accused NATO of increasing activity in Ukraine and the Black Sea

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Moscow notes an increase in the activity of the armed forces of NATO member states in Ukraine and in the Black Sea near the Russian borders. This was announced on Wednesday, April 7, in a statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry. “We drew attention to the aggressive information campaign launched recently by Ukraine and a number of Western countries that are trying to accuse Russia…

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  • United States announced the resumption of aid to Palestine

    United States announced the resumption of aid to Palestine

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The United States is resuming assistance to Palestine through the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). This is evidenced by the statement of the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, published on Wednesday by the press service of the State Department. Blinken announced the resumption of economic and humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian state. “This includes $…

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  • what if NATO gives Turkey this order

    What if NATO gives Turkey this order?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The tension between Russia and Ukraine presents Turkey with a difficult choice, the author writes. The reason is the NATO mission, the leadership of which Turkey took over from Poland at the beginning of this year and will carry out it for a year. Will Turkey transfer forces to defend Ukraine, which is in the status of a “NATO partner” but is not included in…

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  • Biden and Human Rights

    Biden and Human Rights

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The author of another praiseworthy word to Biden masterly proves that he acted wisely by inviting the leaders of Russia and China to the climate summit, despite the fact that there are many claims against them in the field of human rights. He calls it finding the right balance and dismisses accusations of hypocrisy and cynicism. The author even finds excuses for the US love…

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  • Ursula von der Leyen compared the fight for the covid 19 vaccine to the Cold War space race

    Ursula von der Leyen compared the fight for the covid-19 vaccine to the Cold War space race

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — European Commission chief von der Leyen has compared the fight over the covid-19 vaccine to the Cold War space race – hours after the EU turned to Russia for help with vaccinations. Now Europe expects to approve the Russian Sputnik V vaccine as soon as possible. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has compared vaccine nationalism to the Cold War space race. Harshly criticized,…

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  • European Union may split not only because of the pandemic

    European Union may split not only because of the pandemic

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — What are the five main challenges facing the head of the European Commission, Frau von der Leyen? The author discovers that covid-19 is only the first and most obvious of these problems. And there is also the question of how to maintain friendship with Turkey without accepting it into the European Union. And there is also Russia, in which the author, from old memory, sees…

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  • Joe Bidens Oval Office contains an extraterrestrial object from 1972 2

    Joe Biden’s Oval Office contains an extraterrestrial object from 1972

    (ORDO NEWS) — The rock from the surface was designated as Lunar Sample 76015.143. Its age reaches 3.9 billion years, and its weight is 332 grams. After Joe Biden became president and moved to the White House, the Moonstone appeared on the shelf in the Oval Office, which is in a glass case. It was received by the President from NASA, as a sign of recognition of the achievements of…

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  • How did Biden become a Democratic candidate

    Why Americans choose radical presidents

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In a few days, Donald Trump will no longer be president. America, in a sense, is returning to “everyday life,” and many these days are asking: “What happened? How could America, whose policies for decades have been much more predictable than they are now, and even “boring” (remember the 2012 elections, Obama vs. Romney), could “Trumpism” befall? On Wednesday, the inauguration will take place, and…

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  • Trump approves state of emergency in Washington for Biden nomination

    Trump approves state of emergency in Washington for Biden nomination

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump has approved the declaration of a state of emergency until Jan. 24 in Washington, the White House said on Monday, after authorities warned of security threats to the nomination from President-elect Joe Biden next week. The mayor of the federal capital, Muriel Bowser, today called for increased security for Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony on January 20, after supporters of Donald…

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  • Beijing plans additional crackdown in Hong Kong

    Beijing plans additional crackdown in Hong Kong

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The arrest last week in Hong Kong of more than 50 pro-democracy activists illustrates the intensification of China’s efforts to quell a potential new wave of protests in the special administrative region, and additional measures are very likely, Reuters learned from two people directly briefed on Beijing’s plans. The two, who have long experience in leading Hong Kong affairs and represent Beijing’s interests, spoke on…

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  • Trump administration seeks to speed up vaccinations says Axios

    Trump administration seeks to speed up vaccinations, says Axios

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Donald Trump’s administration will release new directives on Tuesday to speed up the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in the United States, reports the Axios website. These guidelines will include opening up vaccination to all people over 65, says Axios, citing a senior official in the administration. It will also be a question of expanding the vaccination sites to local health centers and more pharmacies. Nearly nine…

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  • Coronavirus Greece offers a European vaccine passport

    Coronavirus: Greece offers a European vaccine passport

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday pleaded for the creation of a European-wide vaccination passport to boost cross-border air traffic which has particularly suffered from the effects of the COVID crisis- 19. Greece has already developed its own health certificate to prove that one has been vaccinated against COVID-19. In a letter addressed to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen,…

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  • Trump crowd storms US Capitol

    Trump crowd storms US Capitol (IN PHOTOS)

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — On January 6, supporters of Donald Trump tried to take over the Capitol. They broke into the building and occupied a number of rooms for several hours. As a result of the riots, five people were killed and many were injured. How it all happened, see the Reuters photo feed. — Online: Contact us: [email protected] Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions.

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  • Xi and Putin take advantage of Western political decline

    Xi and Putin take advantage of Western political decline

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The first time I went to India – the country where my father was born – was in 1986. I was 15 years old, and I looked with admiration at her wealth, architecture and vanity. On the fourth day of my stay there, I traveled from Delhi to the Taj Mahal, a shining monument to the Mughal Empire built under Shah Jahan. “The beauty of…

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  • Nuclear Tension Can Joe Biden Prevent Another Arms Race

    Nuclear Tension: Can Joe Biden prevent another arms race?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Joe Biden will have to make important arms control decisions in his early days at the White House. These decisions will determine whether a new nuclear arms race can be prevented and reversed. The new president, sworn in on January 20, will have 16 days until the end of START III with Russia, the last legal limitation on the world’s two largest nuclear arsenals since…

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  • Will Trump make it to January 20

    Will Trump make it to January 20?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — US President Donald Trump, Republican, was recognized as the most admired man. In a Gallup poll, he pushed aside his predecessor Barack Obama, who had held it for 12 years in a row, for the first time. Less than a couple of weeks later, a completely different topic is being seriously discussed overseas: will Trump hold out in the White House before the inauguration of…

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  • Astrologer from India says Trump will win next month and be re elected

    Astrologer from India says Trump will win next month and be re-elected

    (ORDO NEWS) — Many countries have already congratulated Joe Biden on his victory in the next elections, however, according to the Indian astrologer, the US president will be re-elected. Donald Trump will become it for the second time. According to Vijay Jyotish, in mid-December, it will seem like a hard time for Trump: he will be censored, his social media accounts may be blocked. The situation will begin to improve…

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  • FBI loge

    FBI is involved in the US to protect documents on vaccines against cyber attacks

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The American regulator, which is considering applications for the approval of vaccines, contrary to custom, prohibited the submission of documents via the Internet. They had to be transferred to a USB stick through FBI agents. All because of fears of cyberattacks, in which the West has repeatedly accused Russian hackers. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned vaccine manufacturers from submitting paperwork online for…

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  • Four Navy ships to guard UK fishing grounds in case of Brexit no deal

    Four Navy ships to guard UK fishing grounds in case of Brexit no deal

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Fisheries remain one of the key obstacles in the harrowing trade negotiations between the EU and the UK on Brexit. Meanwhile, London has already prepared to protect its fishing grounds from “uninvited guests” from the EU with the help of warships since January. How it can end – read the article from the Guardian. Two ships of the British Navy will be at sea, and…

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  • thaci

    International court may end the rule of former rebels of Kosovo

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The international judiciary may end the undisputed rule of former rebels of Kosovo, who were heroes of the battle against Serbian injustice and became accused of committing war crimes, ushering in a new era expected by analysts. The fall of Hashim Taji, the regional strongman who was forced to resign from the head of state, was harsh, as were the many former leaders who were…

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  • UK abandoned any new Brexit deferrals

    Frankfurt is ready to host London’s bankers after Brexit

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Will Frankfurt win its bet and become a rival to the city of London? Since Brexit was announced, German Hubertus Fat has worked tirelessly to persuade London’s banks to move to the city on the banks of the River Main. The general manager of the city-promoting “Frankfurt Main Finance” recalls calling him “crazy” when he laid out his ambitions. With the final phase of Brexit…

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  • why the top US media did not write about the dirt on Bidens son

    Why the top US media did not write about the dirt on Biden’s son

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Journalists from the Breitbart website, close to Trump, decided to expose many media outlets that were silent about Hunter Biden’s corruption adventures. Now, after the elections, it turned out that the version popular on CNN about the “Russian” origin of the compromising evidence on Hunter was fake. Breitbart is outraged, and his faulty opponents in the media are just waiting for everyone to forget the…

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  • while the West hesitates Russia seizes the Arctic

    While the West is thinking about, Russia seizes the Arctic

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — While Britain prefers to discuss eggs in Scotch, Russia is aiming to “take over” the Arctic with financial support from China. The author of the Spectator is depressed that, against this background, the United States is sluggishly reacting to how 22 percent of the world’s oil and gas reserves are being taken out from under their noses, and Europe sees a nature reserve with polar…

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    This has not happened for 75 years: the UN gave a disappointing forecast for 2021

    (ORDO NEWS) — Today we are witnessing the worst crisis in the last 75 years. Due to the pandemic, 270 million people are on the verge of death due to food shortages. If you fail to collect the required amount, the consequences will be catastrophic. Next year, states need to cooperate and carry out a number of humanitarian activities, said David Beasley, director of the UN World Food Program. The…

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  • Wars and death during the reign an astrologers disappointing prediction about Biden

    Wars and death during the reign: an astrologer’s disappointing prediction about Biden

    (ORDO NEWS) — On January 20, the inauguration of Joseph Biden, the newly elected President of the United States, is due. According to the forecast of Vlad Ross, the date was chosen as inappropriate as possible. On the chosen day, several unfavorable factors coincide: the Black Moon rises, the planet of disasters Mars, Uranus with a destructive effect and the planet of death Pluto. All this suggests that the Biden…

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  • what the secret meeting between Pompeo Netanyahu and Saudi prince Ibn Salman portends

    What the secret meeting between Pompeo, Netanyahu and Saudi prince Bin Salman portends

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister denied information about Pompeo’s unofficial meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia in the city of Neom on the Red Sea coast. According to the editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm, the attempts of the Saudis to justify themselves look very unconvincing, while the Israelis did not remain silent. Netanyahu visited Saudi Arabia, where he met with Crown…

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  • Russia reacted to border violation by US destroyer

    Russia reacted to border violation by US destroyer

    (ORDO NEWS) — Russian politicians and experts commented on the incident with the American destroyer John McCain, which violated the country’s maritime borders. They called the incident a political provocation and rudeness. Earlier, the Ministry of Defense reported that the destroyer entered the Russian territorial waters in the Peter the Great Gulf for two kilometers. Having received a warning from the large anti-submarine ship of the Pacific Fleet “Admiral Vinogradov”,…

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  • European leaders must prevent immediate collapse of the EU

    Europe’s green policy can harm the planet’s ecology

    (ORDO NEWS) — As part of the European Union (EU) Green Deal, by 2050, Europe should become the first carbon-neutral continent. Despite the good intentions of this program, scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have presented models that indicate that the plan could negatively affect the climate in other regions of the world. Oddly enough, in the fight against climate change, many countries forget that this is a…

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  • Navalny

    Navalny should have died on the plane

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In a sensational article on the eve of the German edition it is said that the poisonous substance used against Navalny is a modernized version of Novichok. However, the authors do not go further than rumors and versions in the text, but they recognize the skill of the Omsk doctors. According to information received by Der Spiegel magazine, following the attempted poisoning of Alexei Navalny,…

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  • Alexei Navalny

    who poisoned Alexei Navalny?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Russian expert Dmitry Egorchenkov, on the pages of a German publication, presented convincing arguments about Russia’s innocence in the poisoning of Navalny and asked critics a number of logical questions. Could Putin have given his opponents such a trump card for imposing new sanctions? Russia denies any responsibility for the “unequivocally” (German: zweifelsfrei) poisoning of opposition politician Alexei Navalny by the Bundeswehr laboratory with the…

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