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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Friday, December 31, 2021

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Komando.com21 hours ago
Amazon knows so much about you, it’s scary – How to see it all
Find out everything Amazon knows about you, from your every Alexa request to what you read on Kindle. read more
How Walking Can Keep Your Brain in Shape
I will go further. Walking engages your automatic nervous system allowing your cognitive mind to disengage and then focus of a deep problem at hand. such practice naturally strenghtens your general cognitive abilities. so yes, do take hikes that are repetative. Walk a mile to a store tbhrough your neighborhood. Zero threat environment. *How Walking Can Keep Your Brain in Shape* * BY JODI HELMER* *FEBRUARY 16, 2019* https://blog.myfitnesspal.com/how-walking-can-keep-your-brain-in-shape/ *A brisk walk is more than just a great cardio workout; it benefits the brain, too. A... read more
Need To Know21 hours ago
COVID Antiviral Pills Cause Life-Threatening Reactions With Many Common Meds
Unfortunately, both Pfizer's and Merck's antiviral drugs can cause life-threatening reactions with other drugs such as widely used medications like statins, blood thinners and some antidepressants. The Merck drug hasn't even been approved because the experts are worried about potential side effects. read more
Need To Know21 hours ago
Pathology Report: 14 out of 15 of People who Died after Being Vaxxed Were Killed by the Vaccine
T-lymphocytes were linked to micro clotting and inflammation. In the 14 cases, there was widespread evidence of the body attacking itself, and the heart was attacked in all 14 subjects, showing autoimmunity and breakdown of the innate immune system. read more
The next day.. Oh my! It is Friday morning. For some reason I was confuddled and posted this on Thursday, thinking it was Friday! Oh, dear, but I somehow lost a day this week! (Without the aid of anything alcoholic). Greta's dream and part of the entire agenda. Cartoons were coming out after the first lockdown about this. This agent was forced to remove this tweet and face repercussions at his work. All he did was state a truth and his life was turned into a turmoil. No one cares. No one listens. Thank goodness. Whoopee!!! Vancouver is also the ... read more
2021 Year in Review: Celebrating UN values in action
Conflict, health crises and the climate emergency may have dominated headlines this year but, behind the scenes, countless unsung heroes were working tirelessly to put the values of the UN into action. Here are some of the inspiring personal stories we featured on our UN News pages during 2021. Read the full story, “2021 Year in Review: Celebrating UN values in action”, on globalissues.org → read more
Grave violations surge for children in conflict
Armed conflict, inter-communal violence and insecurity continued to take a devastating toll on thousands of children throughout 2021, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), warned on Friday. Read the full story, “Grave violations surge for children in conflict”, on globalissues.org → read more
The Rio Times20 hours ago
Brazil’s low income households to have no additional charge on their electricity bills in January
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Agency of Electric Energy (ANEEL) announced on Thursday, December 30, that low-income households will remain free of surcharges on their electricity bills in January. Households enrolled in the Electric Energy Social Tariff program will remain under the green tariff flag. The green flag reflects favorable power generation conditions […] The post Brazil’s low income households to have no additional charge on their electricity bills in January appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
No One Wants to Mess with America’s M270 Rocket Launcher
*Kyle Mizokami* *U.S. Military, Europe* The M270 was so effective that a lighter, more mobile version, the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) was created. *Here's What You Need To Remember: *Unlike traditional gun artillery, which used a powder charge to propel a shell through a gun tube, an artillery rocket uses a continuously burning rocket motor to travel to target. Rockets have been a staple of land warfare for centuries, but it wasn’t until the latter half of the twentieth century that they became a permanent addition to the U.S. Army’s arsenal. Ironically, the A... read more
The Duran20 hours ago
Helicopter Inflation
Fact 1: Goods and services do not appear by magic. Fact 2: Inflation is the result of ever-increasing amounts of central bank currency being circulated, when goods and services are contracting. Economists have understood the above for centuries. But unfortunately governments and most politicians — with their wars and pork barrels — get in the […] read more
The Duran20 hours ago
The Madness of Operation Torch in 1942
Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill secretly planned the invasion of neutral French North Africa before the USA entered World War II. This became Operation Torch, which was opposed by senior Generals. As a result, the Allies suffered over 100,000 casualties during pointless fighting in Africa when they could have invaded Sicily directly. __________________________________ Related Tale: […] read more
Possible Sasquatch Evidence Discovered During Vancouver Island Hike
*a* Certainly this is a run of the mill track discovery. Understand that we now easily have over 20,000 eyewitness reports on the Sasquatch. why it is interesting is that conditions are well described. No human beibg can wade through any of this vegetaion described at all. Been there and have done that. A thick coat of fur is the minimum requirement. Throughout the coast, access must be cut through. Also these are not vines you can push aside. They are thick and tough and covered with long thorns. We have blackberries out East, but hte west coast variety are beyond robust... read more
Ghislaine Maxwell convicted in Epstein sex abuse case
What Ghislaine lacks is any form of plausible deniability regarding her activities with Jeffery Epstein. She now goes down for many years to jail when she as one of the few who magically avoid that fate. It also means that Biden is not the actually president. We know that of course, but for those who still think otherwise, just how is it he is allowing this to happen? A lot more to come of course. After all, there are over 500,000 now unsealed indictments and military tribunals are happening in DC and Gitmo. Full disclosure cannot be far away. ... read more
How to rest well
I do think that we sleep too much and rest too little for fear of falling asleep. It takes fifteen minutes to drop into the theta state of rest. sustaining that for much longer than fifteen minutes is hard. Coasting for another thirty is likely good enough to perhaps hit a deep sleep as well. deep sleep likely lasts way too long. what is clear is that a deep plunge for even fifteen minutes makes you fully rejuvenated and this should be an objective. Now imagine a four hour sleep cycle for night and perhaps two half hour deep meditation cycles through the day six or so hours ... read more
Should Australia Buy U.S. Nuclear Powered Submarines?
*Marcus Hellyer* *Security, Naval Submarines, AUKUS, Asia* Let’s assume the government is willing to toss its Naval Shipbuilding Plan out the window and that the US is willing to sell us Virginia class boats off-the-shelf from US shipyards. What would it cost? *Here's What to Remember: *The future submarine program estimate also includes design costs. But again, that’s not included in the Virginia’s US$3.25 billion cost per boat. What share of the Virginia program’s design costs would the US pass on to us? Even if it waived historical design costs, what share of the design of enh... read more
The Rio Times21 hours ago
Image of Christ the Redeemer to represent the symbol of Oxford’s campus in Brazil
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chosen to host one of Oxford University's campuses in Brazil, the city of Rio de Janeiro on Thursday, December 30, delivered the logo that will be the symbol of one of the world's best educational institutions. The design, created by Rio's City Hall and approved by the UK university, features […] The post Image of Christ the Redeemer to represent the symbol of Oxford’s campus in Brazil appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times21 hours ago
Brazil: Cruise ship docks in Salvador with 56 confirmed Covid-19 cases
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Costa Cruzeiros' Costa Diadema ship is docked in Salvador with 56 people infected with Covid-19. The Municipal Health Secretariat confirmed the information. Technicians from the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) are on board the ship. According to the agency, an epidemiological investigation is in progress. FIA professor Estevão Seccatto is […] The post Brazil: Cruise ship docks in Salvador with 56 confirmed Covid-19 cases appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times21 hours ago
Brazil’s INMET and INPE forecast heavy rains in Southeast and Midwest through Sunday
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - From Thursday, December 30 through at least Sunday, January 2, a mass of humid and unstable air will cause thunderstorms and heavy rainfall in parts of Brazil's Southeast and Midwest regions. This is indicated by data released on Thursday by the National Institute of Meteorology (INMET) and the National Institute […] The post Brazil’s INMET and INPE forecast heavy rains in Southeast and Midwest through Sunday appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times21 hours ago
Brazil’s Bovespa closes the year down; worst result since 2015
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bovespa Index (Ibovespa), the Brazilian stock market's main indicator, closed Thursday, December 30th, the last trading session of the year, up 0.69%, at 104,822 points. Despite the positive figures, the index ended the year in the red. With yesterday's result, Ibovespa accumulated a high of 2.85% in December. However, […] The post Brazil’s Bovespa closes the year down; worst result since 2015 appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
São Paulo coast affected by landslides, floods and services disrupted by rainfall
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Heavy rainfall on Thursday, December 30, left the cities of Ubatuba and Caraguatatuba, on the northern coast of the state of São Paulo, in a state of alert. There were floods in both municipalities, and in Ilhabela at least a landslide and essential services were compromised. The Rio-Santos highway was […] The post São Paulo coast affected by landslides, floods and services disrupted by rainfall appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
Brazil: More employment, but lower wages
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The labor market absorbed over 3 million formal and informal workers in the quarter ended in October, thereby lowering the unemployment rate to 12.1% from 13.7% in the quarter through July. The average wage for employed workers fell 4.6% in just one quarter, down R$117 (US$21) in comparison to the […] The post Brazil: More employment, but lower wages appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
Rio de Janeiro’s New Year’s Eve will feature beach bar parties and fireworks display
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As New Year's Eve returns to the city of Rio de Janeiro after 2 years, the waterfront will not offer its traditional shows with famous artists. Still affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, only the fireworks and a virtual DJ sound will be the attractions in several points of the city. […] The post Rio de Janeiro’s New Year’s Eve will feature beach bar parties and fireworks display appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
Marshall Fire
Four years ago I filmed these Coopers Hawk chicks hatch and grow along Coal Creek in Louisville, C0. It is likely that their nest burned up today. read more
The Duran1 day ago
Vietnam War Mythology
It is difficult to discuss the Vietnam war since most Americans have been misled by myths. These are so common that they appear in documentaries about the war. As a result, many Americans become angry when facts are presented. __________________________ “The Two Vietnams 1954-65”; Encyclopedia Britannica; https://www.britannica.com/place/Vietnam/The-two-Vietnams-1954-65 “The Viet-Nam Demarcation Line is not an international boundary […] read more
Greg Hunter, "Weekly News Wrap-Up 12/31/21"
*"Weekly News Wrap-Up 12/31/21"* By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com "The CV19 vax narrative continues to crumble, and it will be breaking apart at a much higher rate in 2022. The big unreported story of the week came from the mouth of Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers who took Ivermectin, among other treatments, a few weeks ago to beat a covid infection. Rodgers spilled the beans on the “fully vaxed” NFL by saying “behind the scenes, there are many teams who are recommending the same treatments that I got for their players.” Yes, the same as in the Nobel Prize winning drug... read more
Gangsters Out Blog20 hours ago
Riding a motorcycle in the snow
I hesitate posting this because the last time I posted a picture of me riding my motorcycle in the snow someone sent it to the cops trying to get me in trouble. This isn't my first rodeo. I used to ride full seasons when I was 20. I have rope on my tires that act like homemade chains. I don't go fast but I'm like a little bulldozer in the snow. I don't do wheelies, ride recklessly or do stunts but I do ride in the snow. That's my thing. When I was young I was a bit more fearless. I'd grasp on tight with my hands and use my legs for kicking myself up if I start to go down. Now tha... read more
More Americans Agree: Gun Control Won't Address Crime
*Peter Suciu* *Gun Control, * Even those who may support calls for gun control may disapprove of how the White House has tackled the issue. In his April Rose Garden call for gun control, President Joe Biden used strong words and called firearms-related deaths a "national embarrassment." Biden is hardly alone among politicians who believe that the answer to violence and crime can be solved through legislation that strips away the Second Amendment, and in essence, punishes the law-abiding in the process. Yet, thankfully for supporters of the Second Amendment, little progress has b... read more
U.S. Navy Seized More Than a Thousand AK47s
*Peter Suciu* *Guns, Americas* The U.S. Navy’s patrol coastal ships USS Tempest and USS Typhoon discovered the weapons during a search conducted by U.S. Coast Guard personnel. Earlier this month the United States Navy played the “Grinch” to an undisclosed power or faction in the Middle East as the U.S. Fifth Fleet seized approximately 1,400 AK-47 assault rifles and some 226,600 rounds of ammunition from a stateless fishing vessel during a flag verification boarding in the North Arabian Sea. The action, which was conducted in accordance with customary international law, took place... read more
A-10 Pilots Discuss Why Their Aircraft is Built to Last Another Decade
*Kris Osborn* *A-10 Warthog, United States* The pilot of the A-10 is surrounded by multiple plates of titanium armor, designed to enable the aircraft to withstand small-arms fire and keep flying its attack missions. *Key point: *Citing budgetary reasons, Air Force leaders had said they planned to begin retiring its fleet of A-10s as soon as this year. However, a chorus of concern from lawmakers and the A-10s exemplary performance in the ongoing air attacks against ISIS has lead the Air Force to extend the planned service life of the aircraft well into the 2020s. Known for an abi... read more
Pairs of quantum observers generically agree to disagree
Pierfrancesco La Mura – whom I have known rather well in person for 2 decades (or at least 2 decades ago) in New Jersey and California – showed us their new paper in Nature, Observers of quantum systems cannot agree to disagreeA very long text with 9 theorems purports to prove the very assertion in the title. The phrase agree to disagree means that two people sometimes rationally conclude that their statements about a situation are distinguishably different but they cannot sharply prove that the other person's position is wrong, so they tolerate the other person's position. (adsbygo... read more
Climatism22 hours ago
Gift Your Friends These Facts On Climate And Energy
By Dr. Jay Lehr ~ If you are reading this essay at cfact.org you likely recognize the Alice in Wonderland upside down world in which we live. But are… Gift Your Friends These Facts On Climate And Energy read more
Need To Know22 hours ago
Dr. Fauci Admits Number of Children Hospitalized with Covid are Overblown
Fauci said that children who are hospitalized are automatically tested for COVID and are counted as a COVID-hospitalized if the test is positive, even when they are admitted for an unrelated injury or illness. He admitted that children are over counted when hospitalized with COVID, as opposed to because of COVID. read more
GREENIE WATCH22 hours ago
* Shale oil is unprofitable* * It's expensive to produce so production can flourish only while producers of conventional oil keep crude oil prices up. Recent drops in crude prices have driven many shale producers out of business so a revival of crude prices may not lead to a revival of shale production any time soon. So its once again producers of conventional oil who are dictating prices at the pump* Donald Trump had to be the most fossil-fuel friendly U.S. president of recent times. When he became president, Trump quickly reversed Obama’s energy policies; the Keystone Pipeline ... read more
OrientalReview.org22 hours ago
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister Is A Delusional Madman
Kuleba is delusional since he completely discounts any possibility of the US pragmatically compromising with Russia for de-escalating the undeclared missile crisis in Europe that America itself is responsible for provoking. The reason why he can credibly be described as mad, however, is because Russia fears that his country is […] read more
See This Tank? It Forms the Backbone of China’s Armed Forces
*Charlie Gao* *China, East Asia* [image: By Alf van Beem - Own work, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=20252869] The Type 59 has stuck around for so long in PLA service because it was in production for so long and equips so many units in the PLA. *Here's What You Need to Know*: While the Type 59 is practically obsolete on the modern battlefield, quantity can be a quality of its own. While the United States, Germany, and the Soviet Union all maintained robust tank development programs during the Cold War, China lagged behind significantly until the very end. Fo... read more
Is the U.S. Air Force Preparing for World War III?
*Kris Osborn* *World War III, Americas* The Air Force has been replicating major, great-power airwar in a precise fashion by presenting attacking forces with a complex, interwoven set of variables, threats, and challenges they would be likely to face in combat. *Here's What You Need to Remember:* An Air Force report says the war “tactics” introduced during Red Flag were designed to “mimic” great power enemies with advanced “problem sets” intended to prepare the service and allies for a new generation of multi-domain war. The Air Force has been replicating major, great-power airwa... read more
What's Better for Anti-air Defense: Missiles or Guns?
*Charlie Gao* *Military Affairs, Global* [image: M-SHORAD] Each come with their own costs and benefits. *Here's What You Need to Know: *While missiles are great for keeping things light and mobile, there may be issues with going to completely missiles. During the Cold War, short-range air defense (SHORAD) was dominated by gun-based vehicles. From the German Gepard to the American VADS to the Soviet Shilka, rapid fire autocannons were the preferred method of taking down helicopters and aircraft at close range. This started to change near the end of the Cold War, with anti-air miss... read more
Can America Compete with Chinese Influence in Africa?
*Kris Osborn* *Great Power Competition, Africa* In 2009, China surpassed the United States as Africa’s largest trading partner. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *In particular, China is not only a major arms supplier in Africa but is also fast-expanding its economic and military influence in the region. It might be where lions roam, elephants stampede and giraffes loiter in the meadows, yet Africa is fast growing as an area of substantial U.S. military focus, in large measure due to ongoing Chinese and Russian activities in the region. “As we look at Africa I would highlight ... read more
Cairns News23 hours ago
Gympie pistol club bans un-vaxxed
The Covid scamdemic and medical propaganda has engulfed the Gympie Pistol Club which has banned the un-vaxxed. Cairnsnews is probably the most pro-gun site on the internet but it won’t support the stupidity and ignorance of the Gympie members who voted for the lockout. When their members start feeling the dangerous effects of the deadly […] read more
Friends Of Australia Friday 31 December 2021
Australia Friday - 31 December 2021 Continue reading → read more
Covert Geopolitics23 hours ago
Pharma, Gates, Fauci, UK Officials Accused of Crimes against Humanity at the ICC
Activists are charging UK officials and the world’s most powerful health figures with genocide, citing a range of statistics on the effects of COVID “vaccines” and policies. A group that includes former Pfizer vice president Dr. Michael Yeadon filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) on behalf of UK citizens against Boris Johnson … Continue reading Pharma, Gates, Fauci, UK Officials Accused of Crimes against Humanity at the ICC → read more
Australian Daily Wind Power Generation Data – Thursday 30 December 2021
By Anton Lang ~ This Post details the daily wind power generation data for the AEMO coverage area in Australia. For the background information, refer to the Introductory Post at this link. Each image is shown here at a smaller size to fit on the page alongside the data for that day. If you click […] read more
SHUT HIM UP! Twitter Suspended Just The News Founder John Solomon For Doing Journalism
By Joseph Vazquez ~ Only approved journalism, thank you! That appears to be Twitter’s logic behind suspending Just the News founder John Solomon for 12 hours. Solomon bashed the censorship as “outrageous and unfair.” Just the News released a report Dec. 28 noting that Solomon was suspended from the leftist Big Tech platform “for sharing an […] read more
Gift Your Friends These Facts On Climate And Energy
By Dr. Jay Lehr ~ If you are reading this essay at cfact.org you likely recognize the Alice in Wonderland upside down world in which we live. But are you doing your part as a soldier on the front line of our battle to reclaim the high ground. Too many of us stand on the […] read more
War News Updates23 hours ago
U.S. And South Korea Reach An Agreement To A Draft Agreement For An End To The Korean War
*The Hill:* *South Korea 'effectively' reaches agreement with US to end Korean war* The United States and South Korea have “effectively” reached an agreement on a draft declaration that would formally end the Korean War, South Korea’s top diplomat said Wednesday. An armistice was signed in July 1953 to end a war that began in 1950 when North Korean troops invaded South Korea. A formal peace treaty ending the war was never signed. North Korea has been unresponsive to talks on formally ending the war, Yonhap noted. *Read more* .... *WNU Editor:* North Korea has not respo... read more
War News Updates23 hours ago
Investing Billions Into Hypersonic Research And Development Has Become A Top Priority For Washington
*CNBC: **Defense spending act makes hypersonic a top priority, calling for billions in investment* * Hypersonic air travel, for both military and commercial use, could be here within the decade. * China, Russia and now North Korea all claim to have developed and successfully tested hypersonic missiles. Hypersonic air travel, for both military and commercial use, could be here within the decade. The $770 billion National Defense Authorization Act signed into law Tuesday calls for investing billions into hypersonic research and development, making them a top priority for Wa... read more
The Last Refuge23 hours ago
December 31st – 2021 Presidential Politics – Resistance Day 346
In an effort to keep the Daily Open Thread a little more open topic we are going to start a new daily thread for “Presidential Politics”. Please use this thread to post anything relating to the JoeBama Administration and Presidency. “This is no small thing, to restore a republic after it has fallen into corruption. […] The post December 31st – 2021 Presidential Politics – Resistance Day 346 appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more
The Last Refuge23 hours ago
Friday December 31st – Open Thread
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL. […] The post Friday December 31st – Open Thread appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more
War News Updates23 hours ago
India Fears A New COVID-19 Wave As Omicron Infections Spread
*CNN:* *As Omicron spreads in India, mass gatherings spark fears of another wave* New Delhi (CNN)Doctors in India are bracing for a potential third wave driven by the highly contagious Omicron variant, as cases rise and political leaders hold mass gatherings ahead of key elections. In the past week, India's Omicron case numbers have more than tripled, with 781 infections now recorded, compared to 236 last Tuesday. It may not seem that many in a nation of 1.3 billion people, but the variant's rapid spread in other countries -- several of which are now seeing dramatic surges --... read more
Food Safety News23 hours ago
More looking back at 2021 recalls
The year 2021 again found food recalls competing with the pandemic for the public’s attention. Food recalls are never simple. The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and the Food and Drug Administration regulate food recalls, but the two agencies do it differently. Generally speaking, the FSIS tracks the recall of meat and poultry... Continue Reading read more
IAFP 2022 annual meeting, symposiums scheduled in Pittsburgh
The International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) 2022 Annual Meeting is set for July 31-Aug. 3 in Pittsburgh, PA. The IAFP annual conference provides attendees with information on current and emerging food safety issues; the latest science, innovative solutions to new and recurring problems; and the opportunity to network with thousands of food safety professionals from... Continue Reading read more
December 31, 2021: Reader Tips
This evening we present a 1967 episode of The Avengers called Epic. Your most epic tips of the past while would be most appreciated! read more
Experts Discuss The Arctic
ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee wrote a wildly fraudulent climate horror story as her Christmas present to the world, based entirely on appeals to authority. read more
BBC : Worst Climate Story On Record
The BBC writes some pretty awful stories about climate, but it is difficult to believe their recent one about cyclones could be anything but parody. read more
New Studies Show That The COVID Vaccines Damage Your Immune System, Likely Permanently
Holy moly. This study shows that after three months the vaccine effectiveness of Pfizer & Moderna against Omicron is actually negative. Pfizer customers are 76.5% more likely and Moderna customers are 39.3% more likely to be infected than unvaxxed people. https://t.co/wPgAwG8BW3 pic.twitter.com/3Oh3IJSVIk — Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) December 23, 2021 Sheeple: naive, gullible, easily deceived, … read more
Top Scientists Around The World Have Reached A Consensus – The Covid Vax Is A Depopulation Weapon – FULL SHOW 12/30/21
 Sheeple: naive, gullible, easily deceived, useful idiots complicit in their own destruction and the destruction of others. People with an amazing ability to accept any amount of BULLSHIT. Last to know/understand what is going on. First to fall. end read more
COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Arm Implants
COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Arm Implants by Mercola, https://www.theburningplatform.com/ Story at-a-glance In a short video that quickly went viral across social media, the Swedish company Epicenter promoted the company’s biochip technology to monitor vaccine status. Swedish government is heavily invested in technology, which drives Sweden’s economy One study found mandating a vaccine passport leveraged an uptick … read more
South Africa Says Its Omicron COVID-19 Wave Has Passed
South Africa made the changes based on the trajectory of the pandemic, levels of vaccination in the country and available capacity in the health sector [File: Sumaya Hisham/Reuters] *CNBC/Reuters: **South Africa lifts curfew as it says Covid omicron peak has passed* * South Africa made the changes based on the trajectory of the pandemic, levels of vaccination in the country and available capacity in the health sector. * Besides lifting the restrictions on public movement, the government said gatherings will be restricted to no more than 1,000 people indoors, and no more than... read more
balance101 day ago
Key political allies of Russian President
https://empr.media/opinion/analytics/vladimir-putin-s-mafia-summary/ .............................................................................................................................. The Tambov Gang now includes several hundred active members. In August 2001, Interior Minister of Russia Boris Gryzlov said that the Tambov Gang controlled up to 100 industrial enterprises in Saint Petersburg, including PTK, the leading fuel retailing operator in the city, as well as four main sea ports of Northwestern Russia, Saint Petersburg, Kaliningrad, Arkhangelsk and Murmansk.[1... read more
13 Million Chinese Citizens In The City Of Xi'an Are Facing Hunger Due To Covid-19 Lockdowns (Updae)
Volunteers and COVID-19 prevention workers distribute daily necessities to residents in a sealed off residential compound in Xi'an, Northwest China's Shaanxi Province on December 30, 2021. Photo: VCG *The Hill:* *Chinese officials promise groceries for residents under strict lockdown* Chinese officials promised to deliver groceries to residents of Xi’an, which is currently under the strictest lockdown of any major Chinese city since the start of the global pandemic, The Associated Press reported. China’s Commerce Ministry spokesperson said Thursday that it has contacted nearb... read more
Balkinization1 day ago
Autre Temps, Même Moeurs? Emergency Stay Practice in the 1960s and Today
I’ve been reading some of the books about civil rights history that I’d accumulated in my office, now shipped to my house. I’d read most in manuscript, but it’s instructive to read the final versions as something like a unit. In reading Anne Emanuel’s interesting biography of Judge Elbert Parr Tuttle, I was struck by some similarities between the emergency motions practice in the Fifth Circuit during the era of desegregation litigation and current emergency motions practice (mostly in the Supreme Court but to some extent in lower courts). Judge Tuttle and his pro-*Brown*col... read more
Europe's Energy Crisis To Last Into 2023
European Gas Posts Longest Declining Streak in More Than a Year. © Reuters *Bloomberg: **Don’t Mistake the Gas Meltdown for End to Europe’s Energy Crisis* (Bloomberg) -- Don’t let the recent meltdown in European natural gas prices fool you. The energy crunch of 2021 will last for years. That’s what futures traders are betting on, with spot prices dropping a lot more than forward contracts over the past week. The scale of the moves signal the flotilla of liquefied natural gas cargoes heading to Europe will only provide short-term relief, and prices will still be expensive al... read more
balance101 day ago
See for yourself what is in the "vaccines"!!
Aug 27, 2021 …………. Dr. Young of Valley Center, Calif. carefully walks us through his analysis via advanced microscopy of the common “vaccines” being used worldwide. Comprehensive analysis! https://www.bitchute.com/video/Z2sAH0Woz38r/ read more
"Trouble Is Coming; Another Bank Outage; Terrible Experience At DMV; Service Sector Is Dying"
*Full screen recommended.* Jeremiah Babe, PM 12/30/21: *"Trouble Is Coming; Another Bank Outage; * *Terrible Experience At DMV; Service Sector Is Dying"* read more
Des Anyone Wanna China’s Killer VT-4 Tank?
*Charlie Gao* *Military Affairs, Asia* Its a solid tank for its price. *Here's What You Need to Know:* While the capabilities of the VT-4 are not revolutionary in any way (unlike some claims from Norinco), it is a solid tank for its price, that will likely have good support from the manufacturing base in China. While China’s primary tank is the ZTZ-99, its military industry (in the Western tradition) has also developed completely original designs for export. One of the designs that’s achieved considerable success is the VT-4, which has been recently adopted in significant number... read more
Russia Overtakes Brazil To Have The World's Second Highest Covid-19 Death Toll At 650,000
© Sergei Savostyanov/TASS *Reuters:* *Russia's COVID-19 death toll climbs to world's second highest* MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has overtaken Brazil to have the world's second-highest death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic, behind the United States, data from Russia's state statistics service and Reuters calculations showed on Thursday. The statistics service, Rosstat, said 87,527 people had died from coronavirus-related causes in November, making it the deadliest month in Russia since the start of the pandemic. Russia's overall pandemic death toll reached 658,634, according to... read more
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Australian emergency doctor blows the whistle on deadly covid jab
Emergency Room Doctor: “I Am Blowing the Whistle” – “THE VACCINATED ARE DYING – AUSTRALIA” read more
Bhakdi/Burkhardt Pathology Results Show 93% of People Who Died After Being Vaccinated Were Killed by the Vaccine
Bhakdi/Burkhardt Pathology Results Show 93% of People Who Died After Being Vaccinated Were Killed by the Vaccine by Steve Kirsch, https://www.theburningplatform.com/ Summary The vaccines are bad news. Fifteen bodies were examined (all died from 7 days to 6 months after vaccination). The coroner or the public prosecutor didn’t associate the vaccine as the cause of … read more
Estimated 1 In 95 Boys Diagnosed With Myocarditis In California Private School
Estimated 1 In 95 Boys Diagnosed With Myocarditis In California Private School by Steve Kirsch, https://principia-scientific.com/ This will blow your mind, I promise. I’m pretty sure that the rate of myocarditis is a LOT more than the CDC is telling people. I think the rate is ~100X higher than they claim. What do you think? … read more
More Hospital Nurses Blow Whistle on “Overwhelming” Number of Heart Attacks, Blood Clots Occurring in the Fully Vaccinated
More Hospital Nurses Blow Whistle on “Overwhelming” Number of Heart Attacks, Blood Clots Occurring in the Fully Vaccinated by Ethan Huff, https://www.naturalnews.com/Index.html (Natural News) There is a wave of vaccine-induced illnesses sweeping Southern California hospitals, and a few brave nurses have come forward to talk about it. In Ventura County, located to the north of Los … read more
Rick Rule: Arithmetic Supports the Inevitable Rise of Gold & Silver
Silver Bullion TV SBTV spoke with Rick Rule, founder and CEO of Rule Investment Media, about the arithmetic of the economy. Rick believes the economic numbers will cause the inevitable rise of gold and silver leading to a decade-long precious metals bull market. Rule Investment Media: https://ruleinvestmentmedia.com Discussed in this interview: – 00:00 Introduction 01:47 … read more
“We Are Condition Red” – Physical Silver Shortage | Robert Kientz
Liberty and Finance “We are condition red. The next time we have a run on physical silver,” says metals analyst Robert Kientz, “that’s when we’re going to see silver pop.” Already, physical silver is in short supply. Given mine supply and other fundamentals, shortages should only get worse. Find Robert online: https://goldsilverpros.com – 0:00 Intro … read more