Car jumping competitors take to the skies

Contestants take to the skies, briefly, in England’s car jumping championships.

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  2. Russia, China, Japan and Southeast Asian countries are the ones that will potentially start a war, even if they are not communist. Looking at their past history, they frequently invaded neighboring countries, especially Japan and China, which distort history even now, have no past reflections and are still belligerent. China built artificial islands in the South China Sea and international waters to advance into the Pacific Ocean, and Japan calls Korea's Dokdo Japanese territory.In addition, even though he was a war criminal in World War II, he did not recognize the defeat, and he still revised Article 9 of the Peace Constitution to dream of reviving imperialism by force and pretending to be a victim of a nuclear bomb. Therefore, the world should closely monitor the movements of Japan and China.

  3. U.S. Reserve Colonel William Webber, a Korean War veteran, died at his Maryland home on the 9th (local time). He was 97 years old. Colonel Webber, one of the 19-member models of the "Korean War Memorial" in Washington, is a person who contributed greatly to the meaning of the Korean War and the sacrifices of veterans who were treated as "forgotten wars" in the United States. The Korean War is the first war fought between the free and communist camps, and is as important as World War II and a victory for the free camp, but it is not properly evaluated in the United States. The U.S. and South Korea should establish a new international organization centered on 21 countries that participated in the Korean War and provided medical assistance (US, UK, Canada, Australia, Turkey, Philippines, Thailand, Netherlands, Colombia, Greece, New Zealand, Ethiopia, Belgium, France, South America, Luxembourg, Norway, India, Denmark, Sweden, Italy). Let's also think about how to respond to the threat of the communist state with the William Weber Peace Corps..

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