Prince Charles’ charity being probed by U.K. police

British police said Wednesday that they've launched an investigation into Prince Charles's charitable foundation over claims of a cash-for-honors scandal involving a Saudi businessman. "The decision follows an assessment of a September 2021 letter. This related to media reporting alleging offers of help were made to secure honors and citizenship for a Saudi national," Scotland …

Russia INVADED Crimea and called it ANNEXATION – World leaders stood by and did NOTHING

On 27 February, Russian special forces[120] seized the building of the Supreme Council of Crimea and the building of the Council of Ministers in Simferopol.[121][122] Russian flags were raised over these buildings,[123] and barricades were erected outside them.[124] Whilst the "little green men" were occupying the Crimean parliament building, the parliament held an emergency session.[125][126] It voted to terminate the Crimean government, and replace Prime Minister Anatolii Mohyliov with Sergey Aksyonov.[127] Aksyonov …

1.7 MILLION people marched for democracy in Hong Kong – world leaders stood by and did NOTHING

1.7 million people took part in Hong Kong's pro-democracy rally over the weekend, undeterred by torrential rain and the threat of a Chinese paramilitary presence stationed across the border. This comes as pro-Beijing rallies called for peace just across the water. https://youtu.be/wc3muqtLGTs China has effectively brought Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement to a dead end under …

Commentary: If there’s war in the Ukraine – be sure and BLAME world leaders for NOT resolving the situation

For the last eight years, Ukraine has lived under a permanent state of alert, with the constant threat of Russian intervention in its territory. The fear and tension have led many civilians to seek military training to be prepared in the event of a conflict. Jonathan Spier narrates this report for VOA from Ricardo Marquina …

The Vatican DEFENDS former Pope Benedict after report faults child abuse record

ROME (AP) — The Vatican on Wednesday strongly defended Pope Benedict XVI’s record in fighting clergy sexual abuse and cautioned against looking for “easy scapegoats and summary judgments,” after an independent report faulted his handling of four cases of abuse when he was archbishop of Munich, Germany. The Holy See’s editorial director, Andrea Tornielli, provided …

Former Pope Benedict failed to act over four child abuse cases – the accused priests remained ACTIVE in church roles. – BBC

Former Pope Benedict XVI failed to act over four child abuse cases when he was archbishop of Munich, a German probe into the Catholic Church has alleged. Pope Benedict, then called Josef Ratzinger, held the position from 1977 to 1982. He has denied the accusations. But a new report into historical abuse allegations carried out …