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Bibi1581 Blog For 04/09/2018: Morning Edition

1……….> The Iranian Connection: Syria Bombing


 Three Iranian militia, identified as Ammar Mousavi, Akbar Zavar Jannati, and Mehdi Lotfi Naysar were killed on Sunday overnight airstrike by two Israeli F-15 fighter jets on Syria’s Tiyas airbase in western Homs district.

The Assad regime reportedly launches chemical attacks in Eastern Ghouta from the airbase, killing over 70 people.




2…………> The Heat Is On: Trump


“This is about humanity and it can’t be allowed to happen. If it’s the Russians, if it’s Syria, if it’s Iran, if it’s all of them together, we’ll figure it out,” President Trump said at the White House about a decision within next 24-to-48 hours on US response to a suspected chemical attack in Syria that killed 78 civilians and injured hundreds of other victims.

What about if Russia and President Putin himself was involved?


“If he does it’s going to be very tough, very tough,” Mr. Trump said. “Everybody’s gonna pay a price. He will, everybody will.”

He insisted military action is not off the table one day after Russia’s U.S. embassy warned it “may trigger the gravest consequences”.

Trump: ‘Major decision’ on Syria in 48 hours



3…………> Viva Orban, Down With Soros: Hungary


Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban, world’s harshest “Uncle” George Soros critic,  has claimed victory in the Hungarian election after his campaign focused nearly exclusively on demonizing migration and a conspiracy theory.
Critics fear that intensify attacks on immigration, on closing “loopholes” exploited by asylum-seeker advocates, and 
on a conspiracy theory that the European Union, the United Nations, and wealthy hedge fund manager George Soros wanted to turn Hungary into an “immigrant country”, an allegation that struck a nerve with rural voters. 

“We created the opportunity to defend Hungary. A great battle is behind us. We have achieved a decisive victory,” Mr.Orban said.



4…………> Sino-Philippine Union: Collecting The Cash

While majority of the so-called 1st world countries are busy throwing chairs, trash cans and ladders at each other in a never-ending trek for a world domination, the very smart Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said that he foresees the relations between China and the Philippines to “bloom into something like a big and beautiful flower”,  clearly suggesting that his friendship with President Mr. Xi will literally “gold plate” his country, aka “The Jewel of the Orient”

“The interconnectivity of our countries on all aspects of governance will come in, and we are ready to cooperate and help each other,” Duterte said.

He said the Philippines’ destiny is in Asia.

 “Asia’s growth is expected to continue to rise to 2050 and account for more than half of the world’s gross domestic product.”

“We must, therefore, continue our efforts to broaden and deepen the Philippines’ economic engagement and cooperation with our friends and neighbors. To make lives of our people more comfortable, we must harness the potential of shared growth in our region,” Mr. Duterte concluded.



5…………> Visit A Haven Of Peace: Tsing Shan Monastery

Tourists visit the historic Tsing Shan Monastery in the New Territories, south China’s Hong Kong, April 8, 2018. Construction of the Tsing Shan Monastery began around the early 5th century A.D., making it one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. The monastery is known for its serenity and cultural relics, which are also popular with locals and tourists.

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