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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.

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

31 August - Blogs I'm Following - 5 of 5

 11 pm MDT

Komando.com21 hours ago
Can you hear me now? Apple will fix iPhones with sound issues
Are you having problems with your iPhone's speakers during calls? Here's how to get the free fix from Apple. read more
naked capitalism21 hours ago
EXPOSED: How CalPERS Tried and Continues to Try to Cover Up Former Chief Investment Officer Ben Meng’s Misconduct
A CalPERS case study in "The cover up is worse than the crime," Ben Meng edition. read more
Small Dead Animals21 hours ago
Ideological Capture
“Education is political,” says Ms Myart-Cruz, who boasts of her ability to act with near-impunity, and whose list of Intolerable Things includes cognitive testing, “structural racism,” border controls, policing, and the supposed “privilege” of parents who would like their children to actually learn things, including times tables. A teachers union president shares her deep wisdom.… Continue reading → read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
Bolsonaro says Biden’s “obsession” with environmental issues is detrimental to Brazil
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday, August 30, stated that U.S. president Joe Biden is "almost obsessed with the environmental issue" and that this "hinders the Brazilian government somewhat." "From my part, Brazil's doors are open and ready to continue talks with the American government. Obviously, Biden's is a more leftist […] The post Bolsonaro says Biden’s “obsession” with environmental issues is detrimental to Brazil appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
Cairns News23 hours ago
Seven News journo goes online to expose his vaccine-induced heart injury
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS A JOURNALIST who works with the vaccine-pushing Australian TV channel Seven Network has posted a photo of himself in hospital after suffering post-vaccination pericarditis, a heart injury frequently being experienced by people after receiving Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine. Denham Hitchock, a well-built, very fit outdoors-type, went on Instagram to show himself in a […] read more
Australian Daily Wind Power Generation Data – Monday 30 August 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
Patriot Humor – The Swear Jar
The Swear JarChecked Out46If OnlyBidenWolvesDan CrenshawTummy AchePatheticJust in CaseNot OKMean TweetSun TzuHere’s HowI Can’t Without SwearingTotal DisasterInsurrectionBan ThemHypocrisy AlertHanoi HarrisIt’s Like ThisEisenhower Versus MilleyGiveawayEternal GratitudeCartoons Read more excellent articles at The Patriot Post read more
Greenhouse Saturation Research Could Kill The “Climate Emergency”
By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ The “climate emergency” appears to have died, far out on the scientific frontier. Word of this death has yet to reach the mainstream. Professors William van Wijngaarden (Canada) and William Happer (USA) have published some extremely important research on the radiation saturation of the major greenhouse gases. Their first report […] read more
America Deserves Answers On Botched Afghanistan Withdrawal
By Thomas Spoehr ~ Viewing the chaos, death, and destruction accompanying the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, Americans have many unanswered questions. Cable news anchors repeatedly quiz their guests with questions such as, “Should the U.S. have abandoned Bagram Airfield in early July?” Others rightly ask, “How could the U.S. have come to be dependent on […] read more
52 Years Ago, Vietnamese Commandos Overran a Covert U.S. Military Base
*Sebastien Roblin* *Vietnam War, Asia* Only six of the eighteen CIA and Air Force personnel manning the remote outpost escaped with their lives in an incident that would remain veiled in secrecy for three decades. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *Preserving the memory of shadowy episodes like the battle of Lima 85 may not heal the wounds of the past, but it can help bring about an honest reckoning of the mistakes that were made and inspire reflection as to how to avoid repeating them in the future. Fifty years ago on March 12, 1968, a top-secret U.S. base on a mountain top in... read more
The Fall of the Aztec Empire: What Really Happened in the Battle of Tenochtitlan?
Without question the Spaniards succeeded in deposing the present regime. That regime was an imposed confederation lending itself to easy assimulation to a Spanish confederation. Actual cultural change took time and really centuries. The real killer for this polity was the massive die off but most still worked to provide cultural continuity. Mastery of Mexico did require a working alliance with the majority of the tribes. This meant that the slave trade had to be largely externalized. That nuance is not obvious in the tasles passed down but shows up in continuing cultural pr... read more
Honey's Eternal Shelf Life, Explained
It is astonishing that honey has survived for thousands of years. Or perhaps not when you recall trree rings also in deserts. Neither is actually living and is then well protected. It also informs us that all forms of living tissue can be fully dehydrated, then encased in honey and sealed away safely. Rehydration is then a problem but always demands water and honey qjuickly dissolves away leaving hydrating tissue behind. This is important and promising storage tech that deserves much closer work *Honey's Eternal Shelf Life, Explained* *That honey found stored in an ancient Eg... read more
Vaccine ingredients
What is completely lacking is an authoratative explanation of just why these items are aboard. I do not get upset when i find such items in a Vaccine because I expect to see the science behind each inclusion to be trotted out in support of their inclusion. Yet we have had crikets for years. Are those paranoid questions vaslid? Better yet, most of us survive a dose yet this stuff is cumulative, Doubling down is contra intuitive for all potentially toxic adjuvants. Yet we are out there doing exactly that every flu season An elementary review of all our COV 19 Stats describe... read more
Exclusive: Samples From Early Wuhan COVID Patients Had Genetically Modified Henipah, One of Two Types of Viruses Sent From Canadian Lab
We picked up this trail early on. Now we have an identified agent showing up in Wuhan victims. The COV 19 event is now a deliberate or non deliberate release of Lab specimens into the local community. No other explanation is admissible. It also coincided publically with the unwilling siugning of an USA China trade agreement. I really do think thgat the CCP chose to take the gloves of in their ongoing stealth War with the USA abnd the world. They really are batshit crazy. Do not think for a second that this has not been counter ten fold. *Exclusive: Samples From Early Wuha... read more
Need To Know22 hours ago
Chase Bank Closes Gen Mike Flynn’s Credit Card Account Citing ‘Reputational Risk’
Flynn joins a long list of American right-wingers who have had their bank accounts closed or outright seized: Operation Choke Point targeted firearms dealers, Andrew Torba's Gab social media platform was banned from four banks and the ADL has partnered with PayPal to refuse service to "extremists." read more
The Small S-3 Viking Flew from Aircraft Carriers to Hunt Submarines
*Sebastien Roblin* *S-3 Viking, Americas* The long-legged jets proved extremely useful in a very wide variety of roles, whether as an electronic spy, submarine hunter, aerial tanker, cargo plane or even an attack jet. *Here's What You Need to Know*: The Viking provided valuable service to the U.S. Navy by virtue of its very long range and adaptability to a wide variety of roles. It could likely have gone on doing so for many more years if newer, more expensive and more limited alternatives had not displaced it. Eleven years ago the U.S. Navy retired: A) Its only dedicated carrie... read more
Need To Know22 hours ago
How to Recognize Medical ‘Fact-Checking’ Propaganda
Pat Wood explains that 'fact-checking' articles never offer any concrete evidence to support its claims but sews doubt and confusion in the mind, which amounts to partisan propaganda and nothing more. read more
Need To Know22 hours ago
California Schools now Require Covid Vax for Children starting at age 12!
Vaccine manufacturers are now working on getting authorization to give the jabs to children under 12 years of age. Fauci lied and said that the Pfizer vaccine had the "full stamp of approval." read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
Argentina’s agribusiness claims it has lost US$1 billion due to government intervention
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's agribusiness has so far lost US$1.084 billion due to government interventions in the grain and meat markets, estimates the Institute of Economic Studies, linked to the Argentine Rural Society (SRA). According to the Institute, among the links in the chain, the hardest hit were farmers, who lost US$411 million, […] The post Argentina’s agribusiness claims it has lost US$1 billion due to government intervention appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
Moscow Is on the cusp of a New Spike in Coronavirus Cases
*Mark Episkopos* *Pandemic, Eurasia* The Delta variant is roiling Moscow with a sudden surge in coronavirus infections and fatalities, but life in Russia’s capital is proceeding largely as normal—for now. As Russia struggles to maintain an air of normalcy over one year into the global pandemic, the threat of a new coronavirus wave looms over the country’s metropolitan centers. Reuters’ coronavirus tracker estimates that just under 80,000,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines were administered in Russia. Assuming every person needs two doses, this means that no more than 30 percent... read more
To Curb China, the Quad Needs to Embrace Its Military Power
*James Holmes* *Great Power Competition, Indo-Pacific* The QUAD is no military alliance like NATO. But to effectively curb China, its members should look to it for military strategy. *Here's what to remember: *QUAD members mainly need to be precise when explaining their purposes and how they intend to put power to work attaining them. That means being circumspect about the terms they use to describe China policy. But they should own it on the military side. China grumps that the Quad, a league of like-minded Indo-Pacific democracies, is an “Asian NATO” or “mini-NATO” hellbent on... read more
Is Collective Defense Necessary in East Asia?
*James Holmes* *China Missile, East Asia* One report stops short of espousing an Asian NATO by name, but invokes the basic concept underlying the Atlantic Alliance. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *Allies and partners should devise strategies and operations that hold down the price of access for U.S. forces—and thus make it thinkable if not easy for an American president to order them into combat. Last week the University of Sydney’s United States Studies Center (USSC) set policy circles aflutter when it issued a novella-length report that questions the staying power of U.S. ... read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
Aerolíneas Argentinas resumes flights to Uruguay
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Although only a few foreigners will be allowed entry from next month, the bulk of the tourist flow will also be allowed to do so from November, ahead of the 2022 summer vacations. With restrictions relaxed, Aerolíneas Argentinas is preparing to resume operations with the neighboring country, suspended since the […] The post Aerolíneas Argentinas resumes flights to Uruguay appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Hidden Truth on business idea Next Revealed
[image: business manufacture Next]Since most engineered lumber is processed from timber grown in sustainable forests near city centers, the brand new roads required to be inbuilt virgin timberlands, to harvest old progress trees, is eradicated from the method. The environmental harm that is inflicted on wilderness areas by the entire logging technique of virgin timber is gigantic. Any amount of this harm that we will forestall through the use of engineered lumber merchandise produced from sustainable forestry practices will benefit us and future generations. Vehicles additionally ... read more
The Rio Times22 hours ago
Uruguay raises marijuana THC percentage in pharmacies and considers sale to tourists
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Monday the Secretary General of Uruguay's National Drug Board (JND) Daniel Radío said that, although he does not believe that it could be implemented in the current tourist season, studies are underway to modify regulations to later allow tourists access to cannabis which could represent a tourist attraction in […] The post Uruguay raises marijuana THC percentage in pharmacies and considers sale to tourists appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
OrientalReview.org22 hours ago
Reflections On Events In Afghanistan (X)
10. Taliban has a package deal with US. Coast is clear for new government in Kabul. The US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan discussed today in an interview with CBS “Face the Nation” the evolving relationship between Washington and the Afghan Taliban. Three things emerge. First, Sullivan disclosed that “over-the-horizon […] read more
Rich Gulf Powers don’t like Christian refugees or Afghanistan refugees: Migrant labor is fine!
Rich Gulf Powers don’t like Christian refugees or Afghanistan refugees: Migrant labor is fine! Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Images of mass evacuations of nationals from Afghanistan fleeing to America, Canada, and European nations once more have hit the headlines. In equal measure, rich elites in Afghanistan with money and connections […] The post Rich Gulf Powers don’t like Christian refugees or Afghanistan refugees: Migrant labor is fine! first appeared on Modern Tokyo Times. read more
August 31st – 2021 Presidential Politics – Resistance Day 224
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 August 31st – 2021 Presidential Politics – Resistance Day 224 appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more
null1 day ago
An Open Letter to Laura Ingraham and Joy-Ann Reid: an Apology and a Full Accounting of My Past Encounters with Them
I met Joy-Ann Reid in 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina after Yohannes Abraham, who is now Biden’s National Security Council Chief of Staff, pulled some The post An Open Letter to Laura Ingraham and Joy-Ann Reid: an Apology and a Full Accounting of My Past Encounters with Them appeared first on . read more
War News Updates22 hours ago
The War May Be Over For The U.S., But President Biden Has Laid The Foundation For Future Wars And Conflict That Will Draw The U.S. Back Into Afghanistan
Evacuees from Afghanistan walk at the U.S. airbase in Ramstein, Germany, August 28, 2021. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach *Tara Copp, Defense One: **The Last U.S. Military Plane Has Left Kabul. What’s Next for Americans, Afghans Left Behind?* *"Do not count on Americans to save you," one volunteer rescue group warns Afghans now at risk.* The last U.S. military plane has left Afghanistan, U.S. officials announced, ending 20 years of war but also closing down the main route home for stranded Americans and Afghans who are now running for their lives. "I'm here to announce the completio... read more
War News Updates23 hours ago
Hurricane Ida Causes Widespread Destruction In The U.S. State Of Louisiana
*Daily Mail:* *New Orleans faces THREE WEEKS without electricity after Hurricane Ida downed 2,000 miles of power lines across Louisiana, as looting begins and sewage companies warn outage has stopped pumps from working* * At least one person is dead - a 60 year-old man who died when a tree fell on his home - but Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards warned Monday that he expects the total dead to 'go up considerably' * President Joe Biden agreed during a conference call with governors from affected states Monday, and told Bel Edwards to 'holler' for assistance * More than 1 m... read more
New Mandala23 hours ago
Taliban rule restored in Afghanistan: security implications for Indonesia
The loyalty of some Islamist groups to AQ, and by extension, the Taliban, is evident from the content posted on their respective affiliated websites and publications. The post Taliban rule restored in Afghanistan: security implications for Indonesia appeared first on New Mandala. read more
Reports of 10 Civilians Killed in Kabul Drone Strike That White House Calls ‘Successful’
*21WIRE + Antiwar.com* | U.S. officials still doubling down on the 'success' stories of a failed pull-out mission in Afghanistan. read more
Tuesday August 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 Tuesday August 31st – Open Thread appeared first on The Last Refuge . read more
Shana Chappell, Grieving Mother of Marine Kareem Nikoui Killed in Kabul, Has Facebook and Instagram Accounts Suspended For Speaking Against Joe Biden
This example of Big Tech censorship shows just how weak and pathetic the Biden administration and their Big Tech sycophants really are. As the mother of fallen marine hero Kareem Kikoui, killed in the terrorist attack at Kabul airport, share her opinion of Joe Biden and the administration, the social media platforms suspend her accounts. […] The post Shana Chappell, Grieving Mother of Marine Kareem Nikoui Killed in Kabul, Has Facebook and Instagram Accounts Suspended For Speaking Against Joe Biden appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more
August 31, 2021: Reader Tips
This evening, much like zoologists studying monkeys in the wild, we take a look at Leftist Narcissists. Apologies for being redundant. Get your notepad and examine the following: 1, 2, & 3. Hey, on a positive note, we’re now on the last day of the month. Maybe September will bring some sanity into Clown World?… Continue reading → read more
NTEB PROPHECY NEWS PODCAST: As The World Becomes An End Times Freak Show, The Mark Of The Beast System Is Now Online And Operational
NTEB PROPHECY NEWS PODCAST: As The World Becomes An End Times Freak Show, The Mark Of The Beast System Is Now Online And Operational by Geoffrey Grider, https://www.nowtheendbegins.com/ On this episode of the NTEB Prophecy News Podcast, we are gathering together the myriad events that have taken place in just the past 7 days, and showing … read more
What the Dismantling of the Petrodollar Will Mean for America and the World.
maneco64 #dollar #petrodollar #brettonwoods #money #gold #silver #soundmoney #geopolitics #deficits #russia #china #trade #saudiarabia – We have been looking at the gradual takedown of the petrodollar for the last five years and in the last few weeks, we are seeing this process accelerate. Today we will be looking at the Petrodollar and taking questions from … read more
California Planted Trees to Fight Climate Change. Those Trees Are Now on Fire.
Originally posted on Tallbloke's Talkshop: Smoke from a California wildfire [image credit: BBC] Factors such as poor forest management policies, as mentioned by the previous US President, and arson don’t get a look in here, as it’s all about ‘fighting climate change’ and ‘the climate crisis’ and suchlike pop slogans. Nevertheless the author makes… read more
Kale Now One of the Top 3 Vegetables Most Contaminated With Cancer-Linked Pesticides
Every year the Environmental Working Group (EWG) publishes a report on the most pesticide-contaminated vegetables and fruits on the market. The list is called The Dirty Dozen, and consists of produce that is important to buy organic, or use a special wash to remove the pesticides. The list changes slightly every year, and in 2021, there is bad news for kale lovers. As healthy as kale usually is, non-organic kale became number 3 on the Dirty Dozen list (the second vegetable after spinach), because over 50 percent of it tested positive for cancer-causing pesticides. The Problem With... read more
Into the Brown Dwarf Desert
[image: Story 472401369] It’s a measure of how common exoplanet detection has become that I can’t even remember the identity of the object I’m about to describe. Back in the early days (which means not long after the first main sequence detection, the planet at 51 Pegasi), I was at a small dinner gathering talking informally about how you find these objects. A gas giant was in the news, another new world, or was it really a brown dwarf? And just what was a brown dwarf in the first place? Back then, with just a handful of known exoplanets, introducing the idea of a brown dwarf raise... read more
‘Net Zero Emissions’ and the Carbon Offsetting Scam
Big Polluters are advancing a “net zero” climate agenda to delay, deceive, and deny. The IPCC is inadvertently helping them. read more
balance101 day ago
One of these Pak/Afghan views is not true
During Pakistan’s 2019-2020 fiscal year the United States was once again the top donor country to Pakistan of on-budget, grant-based assistance. U.S. assistance to Pakistan is always in the form of grants, which does not add to Pakistan’s debt burden or balance of payments challenges. This commitment reflects our belief that if Pakistan is secure and peaceful and prosperous, that’s not only good for Pakistan, it’s good for the region and it’s good for the world. A stable, prosperous and democratic Pakistan that plays a constructive role in the region will remain in the long-ter... read more
The U.S. Navy Cannot Underestimate its Chinese Counterpart
*James Holmes* *US Navy, Asia* The Chinese Navy doesn't need to be larger-than-life. It only needs to seem like it is. *Here's What You Need To Remember: *By deploying even lesser forces with skill and dexterity, PLA commanders can sow doubt among U.S. allies fearful of being abandoned to the wrath of Asia’s would-be hegemon. Admirals say the darnedest things. Over at the U.S. Naval Institute’s *Proceedings *magazine, retired U.S. Pacific Command Intelligence Chief Capt. Jim Fanell takes PACOM kahunas, past and present, to task for disparaging China’s People’s Liberation Army Na... read more
Can Russia’s Su-35 Win Dogfights in the Stealth Fighter Age?
*Sebastien Roblin* *Su-35, Europe* The Su-35 is an evolution of the Su-27 Flanker, a late Cold War design intended to match the F-15 in concept. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *The Su-35 may be the best jet-age dogfighter ever made and a capable missile delivery platform—but whether that will suffice for an air-superiority fighter in the era of stealth technology remains to be seen. The Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E is the top Russian air-superiority fighter in service today, and represents the pinnacle of fourth-generation jet fighter design. It will remain so until Russia succeed... read more
China Is Prepared to Destroy Taiwan in Order to Capture It
*Sebastien Roblin* *History, Asia* In 1950, the PLA launched a series of amphibious operations, most notably resulting in the capture of Hainan island in the South China Sea. However, a landing in Kinmen was bloodily repulsed by Nationalist tanks in the Battle of Guningtou, barring the way for a final assault on Taiwan itself. *Here's What You Need to Know*: In the event of military conflict, most believe China would use the modern equivalent of the tactics used at Yijiangshan: a massive bombardment by long-range missile batteries and airpower well before any PLA troops hit the s... read more
"Hurricane Ida Leaves Nearly 750,000 In The Dark In New Orleans As Power Transmission Tower Collapses"
*Full screen recommended.* *"Hurricane Ida Leaves Nearly 750,000 In The Dark * *In New Orleans As Power Transmission Tower Collapses"* by Epic Economist "The slow-moving Hurricane Ida has left hundreds of thousands of New Orleans residents without power due to "catastrophic transmission damage," according to Entergy New Orleans. All of New Orleans is currently dark and it could take weeks for power services to be resumed. The ravaging storm took down all eight transmission lines of the area, according to spokesman Brandon Scardigli in an emailed statement. As a result, that created a... read more
US Secretary of State Blinken Admits Up To 200 Americans Are Still Stranded In Afghanistan After Last US Flights Left
*Daily Mail*: *Blinken admits up to 200 Americans are still stranded in Afghanistan after last US flights left 24 hours before deadline but vows to keep working to get US citizens and Afghan allies out by ROAD* * Blinken said the US would hold the Taliban to commitments to allow free movement * 'We believe there are still a small number of Americans, under 200 and likely closer to 100, who remain in Afghanistan and want to leave,' he said * Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie said the last flight left Kabul shortly after midnight on Tuesday morning local time * 'There's a lot of hea... read more
Biden Must Stop ISIS From Finishing Genocide of Assyrians and Yazidis
Crucifixes and icons are seen at the heavily damaged Church of the Immaculate Conception in Qaraqosh (also known as Hamdaniya), some 30 kilometres east of Mosul, on April 9, 2017, as Christians mark the first Palm Sunday event in the town since Iraqi forces recaptured it from Islamic State jihadists. read more
With time running out, ‘Bacongate’ may soon be in California’s future
When California voters passed Proposition 12, it was all about animal welfare and food safety. In recent days, however, the Los Angeles Times has predicted the state’s consumers are shortly in for skyrocketing pork prices and pork shortages, an era the newspaper predicts will become known as “Bacongate.” California won the right to impose Prop... Continue Reading read more
Salad likely caused 2019 E. coli outbreak in United Kingdom
More than 30 people were part of an E. coli outbreak in the United Kingdom linked to salad in sandwiches in 2019, according to a study. It was the first UK-wide foodborne outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) O26. Across the UK, 32 cases of STEC O26:H11 were identified from early October to mid-November, including 21 males.... Continue Reading read more
Cheese, shrimp, canned mushrooms subject to alerts at U.S. borders
The Food and Drug Administration uses import alerts to enforce U.S. food safety regulations for food from foreign countries. The agency updates and modifies the alerts as needed. Recent modifications to FDA’s import alerts, as posted by the agency, are listed below. Click here to go to the FDA page with links for specific details about... Continue Reading read more
Study finds STEC in raw meat pet food
A study in Switzerland has identified feeding pets raw meat could be a potential source of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli for people and animals. Giving domesticated animals raw meat-based diets (RMBDs) is becoming increasingly popular but can be the source of human Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) infections. Researchers evaluated the occurrence of STEC in... Continue Reading read more
Tucker Carlson Outlines the Americans Left Behind in Afghanistan, and the Lack of Accountability For All That Was Wrong
Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened his show tonight asking some very serious questions about Afghanistan while contrast against a very incurious U.S. media. The entire opening segment is well worth watching. . Posted in Big Government, Big Stupid Government, Decepticons, Deep State, Dem Hypocrisy, ISIS, Islam, Jihad, Joe Biden, JoeBama, media bias, Military, Notorious […] The post Tucker Carlson Outlines the Americans Left Behind in Afghanistan, and the Lack of Accountability For All That Was Wrong appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more
“mortuary’s filled beyond capacity”
The press says rural California is being overwhelmed by COVID-19 and they are lining up helicopters to fly out dead bodies. The “mortuary’s filled beyond capacity.” And it is all being caused by horrible unvaccinated people. 12:47 PM · … Continue reading → read more
War News Updates22 hours ago
Last U.S. Soldier To Leave Afghanistan Is Two-Star General And 30-Year Army Veteran Christopher Donahue
Major General Christopher Donahue, 52, was the last soldier to leave Kabul. He boarded the final U.S. Air Force flight out of Afghanistan, at one minute before midnight on Monday *Daily Mail:* Last man out of Afghanistan: Two-star general and 30-year Army veteran Christopher Donahue is revealed as the final American soldier to board a plane out of Kabul Airport * Maj Gen Christopher Donahue, 52, was the last soldier to leave Afghanistan * He flew out on the final flight at 3:29pm Washington time on Tuesday, or one minute before midnight in Kabul * Donahue is the commander o... read more
* Battles Erupt as Elite Schools Make Race a big issue* * The movement in Leftist circles to emphasize race as a way of defeating racism seems extraordinarily perverse to outsiders. And it is every bit as oppressive as the old racism. Having "wrong" views about race can make you an outcast. Saying that whites can be both good and bad will get you firedBut the anti-white racial indoctrination programs now in place have fierce and widespread support in some circles so it behooves us to understand what motivates the race obsession. What is the source of the energy that lies ... read more
Water Protectors document escalating police brutality in Minnesota
Water Protectors document escalating police brutalityGiniw CollectiveAugust 29th, 2021At the end of June the police and criminal justice systems in Northern Minnesota began an escalating and punitive assault on water protectors engaged in non-violent resistance against the Line 3 pipeline. By mid-August this escalation reached the level of torture.After almost 7 months of ongoing resistance read more
Mohawk Nation News 'Trudeau Calls Election. Don't Vote!'
← PreviouTRUDEAU CALLS ELECTION. DON’T VOTE! AudioTRUDEAU CALLS ELECTION. DON’T VOTE! AudioMohawk Nation NewsAugust 30, 2021 Audio at MNN:https://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2021/08/30/trudeau-calls-election-dont-vote-audio/MNN. Aug. 30, 2021. Whenever polls suggest they can win, they call an election.Canada just dissolved Parliament and called an election. Canada wants to operate for another four read more
Why America’s F-16 Fighting Falcon Still Flies for Pakistan
*Sebastien Roblin* *Pakistan, F-16, South Asia* Pakistan’s F-16s have been no stranger to controversy for nearly four decades. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *Today, Pakistan operates around sixty-six F-16A/Bs and nineteen F-16C/Ds in four active squadrons, including No. 9 Griffins multi-role squadron in Sargodha, the No. 19 Sherdills training and air defense squadron at Thatta, and the No. 11 Arrows multi-role squadron based at Shahbaz near Jacobabad. The last base also hosts No. 5 Falcons multi-role squadron, the only F-16C/D unit. During an aerial skirmish on February 27,... read more
balance101 day ago
3 causes of autism found--ethylmercury, pesticides, aluminum
[image: 5 Worst Pesticides for Autism] Figure 2: 5 Worst Pesticides for Autism. Glyphosate had the strongest link to autism. Kids who grew up around farms using a significant amount of Glyphosate had a 16% higher risk of developing autism. Chlorpyrifos was associated with a 13% higher risk. Avermectin was associated with a 12% higher risk. Diazinon was associated with an 11% higher risk. Malathion was associated with a 11% higher risk. Researchers found very clear and convincing evidence showing that kids who had autism were significantly more likely to be born and grow up around... read more
Families Of Fallen Marines Say Meeting President Biden Was A 'Scripted And Shallow' Chat
The US Marine Corps posted a photo to Twitter Sunday evening, of the flag flag-draped caskets of their fallen brethren killed in Thursday's suicide bomb attack in Kabul *Daily Mail:* *Suicide bomb victim Rylee McCollum's sister blasts Joe Biden's 'scripted and shallow' chat at Delaware memorial service* * On Sunday, the remains of Marine Rylee McCollum, 20, were returned to the United States * McCollum's pregnant wife, Jiennah Crayton and his sister Roice, received his remains at Dover Air force in Delaware * When it came time to meet the president, Roice left the room with ... read more
The Rio Times1 day ago
Ecuador’s President discusses cooperation with his Chinese counterpart
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, held a conversation with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, with whom he addressed issues related to bilateral cooperation and on the study of a free trade agreement, it was reported Monday. "I had the honor of talking with the President of the People's Republic […] The post Ecuador’s President discusses cooperation with his Chinese counterpart appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
The Rio Times1 day ago
Discovery of an androgynous bee in Ecuador: half female, half male
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Institute of Biodiversity (Inabio) of Ecuador announced on Monday the discovery of the first case of an androgynous bee, with morphological characteristics of both sexes: half female, half male. Researchers from Inabio and the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia (INPA, Brazil) reported this first case of "gynandromorphism" […] The post Discovery of an androgynous bee in Ecuador: half female, half male appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
Taliban Say They Are In Talks With European Nations To Re-Open Embassies
The Taliban says negotiations with European states, regarding the reopening of embassies, are already under way in Doha, Qatar Pics: what we saw today at the abandoned French Embassy. Heavy Taliban security all around pic.twitter.com/PVL4dMJQDq — Murad Gazdiev (@MuradGazdiev) August 30, 2021 *WNU Editor:* It looks like some European governments are pondering the idea of recognizing the Taliban regime. read more
The Taliban's New Arsenal
*(Click on Image to enlarge) * *WNU Editor: *These numbers are staggering. read more
Will Long-Range Missiles Make the F-15EX Fighter Viable?
*Sebastien Roblin* *F-15EX, * Very Long-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (VLRAAM) have two or three times the range of more typical beyond-visual range missiles like the AIM-120, Russian R-77, and Chinese PL-12. VLRAAMs are aimed less at shooting down fighters, and more at severing the vulnerable tendons they depend upon: tanker, surveillance, and command-and-control planes. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *The budget document strongly suggests the Air Force is looking to field a broader range of air-warfare capabilities than before, particularly with an eye to matching foreign tech... read more
In an Island Battle, Japan’s Marines Have Some Surprises for China
*Sebastien Roblin* *Marines, Asia* The scars from World War II explain why post-war Japan—a nation consisting of 6,852 islands—has not had a dedicated amphibious force until 2018. *Here's What You Need to Know*: Inevitably, some—particularly in China—will perceive Japan’s resurrected amphibious force as a harbinger of aggression. But realistically, Tokyo is simply developing a modest capability to respond to incursions on its many vulnerable islands. Seventy-five years ago, the sight of 300 Japanese marines storming rolling onto a Queensland beach in hulking tracked amphibious ve... read more
Cairns News1 day ago
New evidence, including a sworn affidavit from Prof. Luc A. Montagnier, has been submitted to the International Criminal Court alleging World Governments are complicit in genocide and crimes against humanity
By Daily Expose on August 22, 2021 New evidence, including sworn affidavits from leading experts such as Professor Luc A. Montagnier, has been submitted to the International Criminal Court by lawyers in several countries alleging Government’s across the world and their advisors are complicit in genocide, crimes against humanity and breaches of the Nuremberg Code. […] read more
The Rio Times1 day ago
Brazil records 10,466 cases and 266 Covid deaths (August 30)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil on Monday reported 266 new deaths from Covid-19, bringing the total number of fatalities from the disease in the country to 579,574, the Health Ministry said. There were also 10,466 new cases of coronavirus, with the total number of infections in the country advancing to 20,752,281, the folder added. […] The post Brazil records 10,466 cases and 266 Covid deaths (August 30) appeared first on The Rio Times. read more
Time for America to Establish a Military Base in Australia?
*James Holmes* *Australia, * A permanent American military installation in the land down under would bring a number of advantages. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *Australia occupies a central position midway along the arc between Japan and Bahrain, at the seam between the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean where the U.S. presence is thinnest. Forces based there could swing from side to side as circumstances warrant. Australia lies just outside the embattled South China Sea, a major prospective battleground. Some ideas are worth broaching even when it’s plain no one will act on ... read more
Russia's Foreign Policy Goals Are a Product of History
*James Holmes* *Russia, Eurasia* To understand where Russia is headed under Vladimir Putin, one must understand where the country has been. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *Warlike one-upmanship helps Russia burnish its image as a virile political and military force after the traumatic 1990s. It holds fear at bay while earning new respect. Winston Churchill’s truism that Russia is “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma” remains as acute as it was when he articulated it during an October 1939 BBC radio address. It verges on impossible to forecast what Moscow will do ... read more
Taiwan Is Not Defenseless Against a Chinese Blockade
*James Holmes* *Taiwan, Asia* China clearly has the more powerful military, but history tells us the matter is more complicated than that. *Here's What You Need to Remember: *The Cuban example suggests how Taiwan’s defenders can overcome not just a blockade but an amphibious onslaught. Beijing needs to win in a hurry, denying the island and its protectors time to react in force. Taipei mainly needs to stall for time. Could Communist China blockade Taiwan, which mainland boilerplate portrays as a wayward province? Sure. And the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) would doubtless do s... read more
New Orleans is hit by LOOTING in wake of Hurricane Ida
Daily Mail Louisiana residents have reported cases of alleged looting in the wake of Hurricane Ida amid fears crime could spiral in New Orleans and other cities... The post New Orleans is hit by LOOTING in wake of Hurricane Ida appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more
Well, Now: DUMBs, DUMBser & DUMBserer
One of my readers wrote me this morning to call my attention to Ezra Cohen's Telegram page, where on 29 August he posted the word: *DUMBs*, followed by the words: *High Activity in D.C.* In recent days he has also posted things like: *RED OCTOBER*, *Military Rebellion*, *Special Forces*, and *45 in constant contact with certain generals in military.* Please click the following link and scroll down to the bottom of the page: https://t.me/s/EzraACohen This certainly has my attention, if for no other reason than that Ezra Cohen is one of the most connected Military Industrial Complex, ... read more
Out on the street....
*With US Federal Eviction Ban Overturned, Nearly 1 Million Renters Likely to Lose Home By End of Year* RT reports: In addition to tenants, homeowners with federally-backed mortgages were also protected from eviction during the first part of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the foreclosure ban having expired in July, 1.75 million homeowners behind on payments are at risk of losing their homes alongside millions of renters. According to estimates by Goldman Sachs, some 750,000 Americans are likely to be evicted from their homes before the end of the year, due to the US Supreme ... read more
Two Top Virologists’ Frightening Warnings About COVID Injections: Ignored by Government and Big Media
Two Top Virologists’ Frightening Warnings About COVID Injections: Ignored by Government and Big Media by Joel S. Hirschhorn, Global Research, August 23, 2021, NOQ Report 21 August 2021 When two great minds come to similar conclusions about the current global push to vaccinate everyone with the COVID experimental vaccines, we should pay close attention. Both … read more
Top U.S. Naval Officer Says Navy Chaplains Are Blocking Religious Vaccine Exemption Requests
Top U.S. Naval Officer Says Navy Chaplains Are Blocking Religious Vaccine Exemption Requests by PATRICK HOWLEY, https://nationalfile.com/ Good Guys In The Military Get Truth Out Through Independent Media – NATIONAL FILE spoke to an active duty high-ranking Naval officer who revealed that U.S. Navy chaplains in the leftist Navy chaplain program are actively blocking sailors’ … read more
The Completion Of The Afghanistan Withdrawal Is Nothing To Celebrate
Listen to a reading of this article: ❖ The US has officially announced the completion of its military withdrawal from Afghanistan, minus of course the CIA ops which will continue in that country and the bombs that will likely continue to rain down in the […] read more
Moderna Vaccinations Halted in Japan’s Okinawa After ‘Black Substances’ Found in Vial, Days After Other Batch of Jab Was Suspended
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. Moderna Vaccinations Halted in Japan’s Okinawa After ‘Black Substances’ Found in Vial, Days After Other Batch of … read more
Palestinian Boy Dies After Being Shot by Israeli Forces in Gaza
Palestinian Boy Dies After Being Shot by Israeli Forces in Gaza by https://www.aljazeera.com/ Hassan Abu al-Neil, 12, dies of wounds a week after he was shot by Israeli forces during protests at the Gaza border. – A 12-year-old Palestinian boy who was shot in the head by Israeli forces during a demonstration at the Gaza-Israel … read more
Israel to “Accelerate” Covert Action Against Iran, Black Budget “Earmarked”: IDF Chief
Israel to “Accelerate” Covert Action Against Iran, Black Budget “Earmarked”: IDF Chief by AlMasdarNews.com, via https://www.zerohedge.com/ Just on the heels of Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s remarks to The New York Times this week wherein he openly acknowledged plans to continue covert attacks on Iran, the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kohavi, … read more
The Most Bullish Reasons To Own Gold | Frederick Bell
Liberty and Finance “The most bullish thing I can see for gold,” says CEO of Elemental Royalties Frederick Bell, “is that governments have become addicted to printing money.” Commenting on Elemental Royalties he says, “It’s a very powerful and scalable business model, and the hardest thing to do is to get that critical mass. And … read more
Central Banking and Government Are Anathema to Free Markets
maneco64 #money #EndTheFed #freedom #laissezfaire #freemarkets #markets #economics #Fed #globalists #bankers #socialism #communism – Today we will reference Murray Rothbard’s “What Has Government Done to Our Money” to see why we cannot have human freedom and free markets as long as the government through the Central Bank controls money. It is our view that money, … read more
The Fed Is Trapped | Lyn Alden
Liberty and Finance Inflation is running hot, but with record U.S. debt and the dependent equity markets, the Fed cannot raise rates, says financial analyst Lyn Alden. Also, the world is de-dollarizing. If inflation is less transient than expected, the move away from the U.S. dollar could speed up, she says. Find Lyn Alden online: … read more
Cairns News1 day ago
Repeal the Identify and Disrupt Bill 2021
Sign petition HERE Dictating when the people are against any government agenda, they LEGISLATE to stem the flow The Identify and Disrupt Bill 2021 grants the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) the power to modify, add, copy, or delete data, on a person’s online accounts. So what this means […] read more