Apr 05 13:47

NICS All-Time Record for March 2021, Gun Sales Down 20% from Record Set in 2020

While demand for guns and ammunition remain at historically high levels, the recorded sales of guns has dropped a slight amount compared to last year. This may be due to some demand being satisfied. Firearms are durable goods which, with a little care, can remain effective and operational for hundreds of years.

Apr 05 11:52

Massive U.S. food shortage coming – get a backup supply ready RIGHT NOW

The hunger-relief organization Feeding America estimates that our country will be short eight billion meals in the next four months. Their food banks put out three times the usual this year, due to Covid-19 joblessness and homelessness, totaling over 17 billion pounds of food. On average, at least 10 percent of Americans cannot afford food that contains actual nutrition (organic whole food and non-GMO). Currently, one in every four families are experiencing food ‘insecurity’ during this pandemic, one in six families face hunger crisis periodically, and one in ten American adults (about 18 million) literally don’t have enough food to eat right now.

Apr 04 17:32

Apple Knowingly Sold Defective Macbook Pros, Says California Judge

When Apple launched a new butterfly keyboard with the MacBook Pro some years ago, it was slapped with a class-action lawsuit for its defective keyboards. Now a second class-action lawsuit could be in the making called "flexgate."

According to The Verge, Apple opted for fragile flex cables instead of beefier wires for its screens on MacBook Pro models in 2016. The new lawsuit, filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, is over the MacBook Pro developing "stage light" issues at the bottom of the screen, eventually leading to a complete failure.

Law360 reports that US District Judge Edward Davila decided this week to allow the "flexgate" lawsuit to move forward, ruling that Apple knew it was selling defective MacBook Pros.

Mar 31 17:14

WATCH: School Board meeting becomes heated during mask discussion

IDAHO FALLS — The Idaho Falls District 91 School Board of Trustees meeting became heated Tuesday afternoon during a discussion on masks.

The board spoke about bringing all students back to school five days a week rather than the current schedule of meeting in-person Monday through Thursday. The topic then turned to masks.

NOTE: These people are in charge of your children!

Mar 30 10:41

Obituary for Kansas woman concludes she died from allergic reaction to a coronavirus vaccine

Officials with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment(KDHE) are investigating the death of a 68-year-old woman from Atchison County, according to a recent report from The Epoch Times.

Jeanie Evans received the first shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a facility in Jefferson County on March 23. She died unexpectedly the following day at the Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka after experiencing an adverse reaction to the vaccine, according to an obituary at the Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home.

It is not clear whether Evans suffered from preexisting conditions or comorbidities. KDHE officials also didn’t mention which coronavirus vaccine Evans received. Three coronavirus vaccines are approved for use in the United States so far: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson.

Mar 29 17:34

Miscarriages skyrocket 366% in six weeks due to Covid vaccines

Official data released by the British government shows that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections are killing unborn babies at an astounding rate.

The latest Medicines and Healthcare produce Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) Yellow Card Scheme report, dated Dec. 9, 2020, through March 7, 2021, reveals a whopping 366 percent increase in the rate of miscarriage thanks to Chinese virus jabs.

This is the seventh such report to be released by the MHRA and it clearly shows that Wuhan flu shots are extremely deadly, especially for pregnant women who, for whatever reason, decide to get jabbed.

It is important to note that there is no scientific data to suggest that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections are safe or effective for pregnant women, and yet doctors and health authorities are still administering the shots to expectant mothers, resulting in many of them losing their unborn children.

Mar 28 11:39

Lil Nas X sells soul to Satan, his new Air Max shoe contains real human blood within the sole

Diabolical designers from the underworld have spawned a new version of Nike’s 1997 Air Max shoe that could make Satan himself very happy, and Lil Nas X is promoting them.

The satanic concept by MSCHF will be limited to a total of 666 pairs of shoes. All of which contain a single drop of real human blood.

In the ultimate offering to the king of Hell, the dark-fashion sneakers contain the Bible verse Luke 10:18 on them.

Mar 28 09:20

Soros Asset Management is betting big on “crypto infrastructure”

During an interview with Bloomberg TV, Soros Asset Management CIO Dawn Fitzpatrick, one of the most powerful women in the asset-management industry, said her firm is betting on crypto for the long term.

But rather than focusing on the virtual currency itself, Fitzpatrick said she is focusing on “the whole infrastructure” surrounding crypto.

Bloomberg: “Do you have an especially high level of conviction, high or negative, about strategies or themes?”

Fitzpatrick: “We think the whole infrastructure around crypto is really interesting and we have been making some investments into that infrastructure…we think that is at an inflection point.”

Mar 26 17:14

STUDY: Long term mask use breeds microbes that infiltrate the lungs and contribute to advanced stage lung cancer

A new study finds that cultivation and enrichment of microbes on the face can infiltrate the lungs through unconscious aspirations and cause inflammatory responses and advanced stage lung cancer. The nose and the mouth were designed to take in oxygen without strain, uninhibited. The oxygen travels down the trachea and splits off into two tubes called the bronchi. From there, the oxygen travels down a series of bronchioles until it reaches the alveoli, which are tiny air sacs covered with blood vessels. These air sacs take the oxygen directly to the heart, where it is dispersed throughout the body.

Mar 25 09:38

Pfizer vaccines halted in Hong Kong after multiple defects were reported

Hong Kong health officials have HALTED shipments of the Pfizer vaccine after multiple defects were identified and reported. The South China Morning Postreports that front-line healthcare workers discovered over fifty instances of cracked and leaking vials. How can Pfizer guarantee the consistency and safety of the mRNA science, if they cannot keep the vials intact and properly preserved?

There is no practical way to ensure the safety of an experimental vaccine that has to be preserved at -93 degrees Fahrenheit. The Pfizer mRNA vaccine is shipped in boxes that can only be opened twice a day for a maximum of 180 seconds. If the nano-particles in the vaccine are not properly preserved at this correct temperature, they become dangerous and ineffective to human immune systems. Moreover, a manufacturing feat at this scale is naturally prone to multiple errors.

Mar 23 15:10

William McGurn: Christian baker Jack Phillips is back in court again for refusing to bake a cake

Jack Phillips is America’s most famous baker. People have taken him all the way to the Supreme Court in hopes of getting it to force him to bake them one of his custom cakes. This week he’s back in the dock, again defending his refusal to bake a custom cake with a message he says goes against his Christian faith.

Phillips owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo., and holds traditional views on marriage and sexuality. The first legal action against him came via the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, when in 2012 he declined to bake a custom cake for a same-sex wedding and found himself accused of unlawful discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. This time he’s being sued because he wouldn’t bake a cake celebrating a gender transition

Mar 23 10:08

Hyperinflation begins: Supplies of everything are running short as prices soar

The Federal Reserve claims that the current burst of inflation is “transitory” and will eventually go away, despite indicators to the contrary. Even if it is transitory, though, the consequences will be heavily felt in the form of continued shortages and skyrocketing prices.

Mar 23 08:36

The U.S. government spent $5.2B mounting high-energy lasers to aircraft

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory in conjunction with the Defense Advanced Research Agency spent $5.2 billion dollars mounting high-energy lasers to aircraft.

The Boeing YAL-1 Airborne Laser uses high-energy laser beams to superheat and destroy targets.

A video posted on The Daily Aviation YouTube channel gives all the details.

Mar 18 10:20

Shopping for an inexpensive projector? Don't fall for this deceptive practice

I'm always on the lookout for projector deals, but recently I've noticed an unfortunate trend in the way certain models are listed at stores like Amazon and Walmart. It's misleading at best, deceptive at worst -- and one that I think all projector sellers need to address immediately.

It's all about resolution. Take a look at this Amazon product listing for the "ViewSonic M1 Mini 1080p Portable LED Projector," which was captured on March 17:

Based on that headline, anyone shopping for this projector would naturally assume that it's a 1080p model, meaning capable of 1,920x1,080 "full HD" resolution. It says so, right there.


If you scroll down a bit, you'll see the actual, native resolution of the M1 Mini:

Mar 16 12:08

Sackler Family Grilled By Congress On Purdue Pharma’s Role In Opioid Crisis | NBC Nightly News

Mar 15 15:52

VACCINE DISASTER AHEAD - The Highwire with Del Bigtree

CDC Spin on New Mask Data; Celebrity Catches Fauci Lying!; Expert Warns of Coming Covid Vaccine Disaster; Hell in the Holy Land

#Masks #CDC #FireFauci #EugenioDerbez #Israel #Pfizer #Covid19 #ImmuneEscape

Mar 15 06:27

380,000 Kia Owners Told To "Park Outside" Due To Spontaneous Engine Fire Risk

Before there were over-the-air updates for everything, you'd just park the car further away from the house if it had the risk of spontaneously combusting. That's exactly that's going on over at Kia, where the automaker is telling owners to park nearly 380,000 vehicles outdoors due to the risk of an engine compartment fire.

The "recall", if you want to call it that, affects certain 2017 through 2021 Sportage SUVs and 2017 through 2019 Cadenza sedans. Kia is telling owners that a short circuit in the hydraulic electronic brake control unit can cause excessive current, increasing fire risk, according to ABC.

In addition to parking the cars outside, Kia is also suggesting that owners "should also park them away from structures until repairs are made."

Mar 14 15:13

What an OUTRAGE! Store-bought face masks contain cancer-causing agents: Exposed

Face masks have become the new norm in the U.S. and other countries. But what if you found out the face mask you’ve been wearing the entire time contained cancer-causing agents?

Alan Robertson posted a photo on Twitter of a face mask that he purchased from Lowes. Shockingly, the mask contains a label that reads: “WARNING. Cancer and Reproductive Harm.”

Mar 13 10:42

Here’s another reason to love blueberries: They protect against inflammation

Blueberries are among the most well-known and best-loved superfoods on the planet. Aside from being a delicious and versatile food ingredient, blueberries also provide plenty of essential nutrients and disease-fighting phytonutrients. For instance, research suggests that blueberries have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all plant-based foods. Antioxidants help reduce oxidative stress, a harmful event that has been linked to various age-related chronic diseases, such as heart disease, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer.

The antioxidants in blueberries are classified as flavonoids. Members of this class possess a wide range of biological activities and are collectively known as polyphenols. Research suggests that polyphenols are the most abundant and widely distributed group of bioactive molecules present in plants. They are also responsible for many of the medicinal properties exhibited by plants.

Mar 11 23:52

Covid-19 swab test burst woman’s brain membrane resulting in leaked spinal fluid

A Texas woman suffered a horrific membrane rupture after a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) nasal swab test punctured her brain tissue, resulting in spinal fluid leaking from her body.

Chari Timm of San Antonio went to the hospital for chest pain when she was told that in order to receive care, she would need to first be tested for the Chinese virus. As the nurse jammed the nose javelin up Timm’s nasal cavity, however, it ruptured her brain membrane.

“It was an immediate instant migraine,” Timm recalled in an interview with local media. “I’ve never had a migraine ever in my life. It started in the back of my head and just extended to the front of my head and my entire brain was in extreme pain.”

Mar 11 15:35

UPDATED - How Many People Are the Vaccines Killing? - Dr Vernon Coleman

5TH MARCH 2021
No one knows how many people the vaccines are killing – or how many they will kill.

But although I haven’t seen the mainstream media mention most of these deaths, people have already died or been injured after being given the vaccine:

Mar 11 11:56

Return to 'old faithful' appliances! New rules will BAN manufactures of white goods like TVs, washing machines and fridges from designing them to conk out sooner than they should in bid to cut UK's 1.5m tons of electrical waste

Tech giants will be ordered to stop making products that are deliberately designed to have a short life and are impossible or expensive to repair.

The government has announced legislation designed to put an end to so-called 'built-in obsolescence' with products designed to fail.

The tactic allows manufacturers of everything from washing machines and TVs to smartphones to cash in as customers are forced to buy replacements.

Mar 10 11:42

Gas Pumps Dispense Less Than They Say

As if rising oil prices weren't bad enough, it seems that you might not even be getting all the gas indicted by the highly accurate looking meter on the pump. Blog An Entirely Other Day took a look at whether or not a gas pump can really measure to 1/1000th gallon accuracy, and the answer was "No".

The workings out say tell the story:

This means that the accepted inaccuracy of a gas pump is half a cubic inch (over half a US tablespoon) plus half a cubic inch for each gallon and never less than one cubic inch.

In short, the pumps are allowed by law to pretend four times more accuracy than they can measure, and if the pump is between tests, the tolerence is even greater. Sounds bad? Try living in the South (or in a New York Summer): the rules assume a temperature of 60ºF. Anything over that and the petrol expands, meaning you get even less in your tank for the price. Of course, this could always go the other way and over-dispense. But how would you ever know?

Mar 10 09:56

Return to 'old faithful' appliances! New rules will BAN manufactures of white goods like TVs, washing machines and fridges from designing them to conk out sooner than they should in bid to cut UK's 1.5m tons of electrical waste

Tech giants will be ordered to stop making products that are deliberately designed to have a short life and are impossible or expensive to repair.

The government has announced legislation designed to put an end to so-called 'built-in obsolescence' with products designed to fail.

The tactic allows manufacturers of everything from washing machines and TVs to smartphones to cash in as customers are forced to buy replacements.

The new rules will include a legal requirement on manufacturers to make spare parts available to consumers, which aims to extend the lifespan of products by up to 10 years.

The new measures, which apply to white goods such as washing machines, dishwashers and fridges, as well as items such as TVs, aim to reduce the 1.5 million tonnes of electrical waste the UK generates a year.

Mar 07 07:21

Dietary Supplements Company Ordered to Stop Distributing 'Adulterated' Products

A federal judge ordered a dietary supplements company to shutter operations and halt distribution of its "adulterated" products on Thursday.

U.S. District Judge Edward Korman issued a permanent injunction against Confidence USA Inc. of New York state, along with the company's president Helen Chian and founder Jim Chao, according to a news release from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The order prevents the company from manufacturing and distributing its products until the FDA orders otherwise.

The company is said to have violated regulations on supplement manufacturing processes while repeatedly failing FDA inspections. Inspectors could not "verify the identity of each dietary ingredient used" in the supplements from 2016 to 2018, while also being unable confirm that rules on "contamination" and "purity" of the ingredients were met.

Mar 07 07:19

Seresto Flea Collars Tied to Over 1,600 Pet Deaths in U.S. Since 2012

Seresto, a popular flea collar produced by the company Elanco Animal Health, has been tied to over 1,600 pet deaths in the U.S. alone since 2012, according to a new investigation by USA Today. But the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates flea collars and any other pet treatment containing pesticides, still refuses to act.

USA Today has uploaded the documents it gained access to through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, including the aggregate incident summaries about Seresto, which show over 75,000 incidents reported and 1,698 pet deaths linked to the flea collars between 2012 and June 2020. The pet collars were first introduced to consumers in 2012.

USA Today even spoke with a former EPA employee, Karen McCormack, who claims the agency has known about the dangers of the Seresto collars for years but have been, “turning a blind eye to this problem.”

Mar 04 13:19

Does Anyone Even Care That The U.S. National Debt Will Soon Cross The 30 Trillion Dollar Mark?

I didn’t think that this would happen. A few years ago when the U.S. national debt crossed the 20 trillion dollar mark, I didn’t think that it would ever get to 30 trillion. But at this moment the U.S. national debt is around 28 trillion dollars, and our politicians in Washington are about to pass a 1.9 trillion dollar “relief bill”. We are going to have to borrow every single dollar that we spend in that bill, and that will be on top of all of the “normal” borrowing that we are already doing. So by the end of 2021, the U.S. national debt will cross the 30 trillion dollar mark. I am sitting here searching for words that will do justice to how foolish this is, but I can’t seem to find any. We are literally in the process of committing national financial suicide, but fewer Americans seem to care about budget issues than ever before.

Mar 03 08:53

Right to repair moves forward for your broken devices. But campaigners want to go much further

European countries have taken another step towards introducing a universal "right to repair" on consumer electronic goods, which aims to cut e-waste and encourage manufacturers to make durability and repairability a key part of product design.

New rules introduced March 1 mean that all washing machines, hairdryers, refrigerators and displays – including televisions – sold in EU countries must be repairable for up to 10 years.

The next step of the proposed right to repair legislation – which was voted for by the European Parliament in November last year – aims to have similar requirements expanded to cover smartphones, laptops and other consumer electronics – which currently make up a significant proportion of Europe's electronic waste.

France is a step ahead of the bloc in this regard. This year, the country is making it a legal requirement that manufacturers include "repairability scores" for electronic goods that indicate how easily a device can be repaired.

Mar 03 08:13

Billionaires bet on Bitcoin, Draper sees $5M price

While Gary Gensler, nominated to chair the SEC, was evasive on specifics at yesterday’s Senate Banking Committee hearing, he was far more supportive broadly-speaking than many expected (especially after Yellen’s lies):

“Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have brought new thinking to financial planning and investor inclusion,” said Gensler.

“I’d work with fellow commissions both to promote the new innovation but also, at the core, ensure investor protection. If something were a security, for instance, it comes under security regulation, under the SEC.”

That provided some relief for crypto investors, but the last 24 hours have seen a great deal of news.

Mar 02 08:47

We Are Witnessing A Last Minute Mass Exodus Before The Final Collapse Of Our Major Cities

Americans fled the big cities “in droves” in 2020, and one recent survey discovered that even more Americans are planning to move in 2021.  The corporate media is attempting to frame this mass exodus as a temporary phenomenon, but there is nothing temporary about it.  Millions upon millions of people can see that our society is literally melting down all around us, and they want to get somewhere safe while they still can.  In recent weeks, I have written articles about the specific problems that we are witnessing in Chicago and San Francisco, but the truth is that virtually all of our major cities are coming apart at the seams, and this is motivating more people than ever to seek greener pastures.

Mar 01 13:03

Left-wing policies kill in Texas: Green energy advocacy left millions vulnerable in deadly storm

Wind, solar and hydro power are all carbon-free, that’s for sure (so is nuclear power generation but the left hates that, too) — but their technologies are nowhere near advanced to the point they can completely supplant fossil fuel-driven energy creation. And yet, that is precisely what the left seeks to do anyway, and in far too many places, these nut jobs are succeeding.

Mar 01 12:33

Are We Witnessing A Last Minute Mass Exodus Before The Final Collapse Of Our Major Cities

Americans fled the big cities “in droves” in 2020, and one recent survey discovered that even more Americans are planning to move in 2021.  The corporate media is attempting to frame this mass exodus as a temporary phenomenon, but there is nothing temporary about it.  Millions upon millions of people can see that our society is literally melting down all around us, and they want to get somewhere safe while they still can.  In recent weeks, I have written articles about the specific problems that we are witnessing in Chicago and San Francisco, but the truth is that virtually all of our major cities are coming apart at the seams, and this is motivating more people than ever to seek greener pastures.

Mar 01 07:57


A group of Swiss scientists developed a wearable microchip which sits on the skin throughout the day and records hormone levels via sweat. The microchip measures levels of cortisol in the body and tells the wearer when they are experiencing too much stress, say the researchers.

Feb 28 17:28

There is no evidence showing governments can control the spread of COVID-19

Intellihub editor’s note: This is where we are at, nearly a year later. The bottom line is that the powers-that-be want to keep the lockdowns going through 2024. I hope you’re in for the long haul.


As we approach the one-year anniversary of fifteen days to flatten the curve, we have yet to acquire any data suggesting that the past year of life-destroying lockdowns and politicized behavioral mandates has done anything to keep us safe from covid-19. While discussions surrounding the reintroduction of nationwide lockdowns seem to have ceased—it’s impossible to ignore the lockdowns’ disproportionately deadly effects and the numerous studies demonstrating their futility—the media still retain their grip on the narrative that nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) such as mask mandates, curfews, capacity restrictions, gathering restrictions, and others remain necessary to prevail in our fight against covid-19.

Feb 28 16:41

UK to infect volunteers with coronavirus in world’s first human challenge trial

The world’s first COVID-19 “human challenge trial” will begin in the United Kingdom in a few weeks, following approval from the country’s clinical trials ethics body on Wednesday, Feb. 17.

The trial will involve up to 90 healthy adults aged 18–30 years who will be exposed to the original strain of the coronavirus in a safe, controlled environment to understand how the virus grows, as well as the early stages of infection before symptoms appear.

The challenge trial involves a consortium that includes researchers from Imperial College London, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, the government’s vaccines taskforce and the clinical company hVIVO.

Feb 28 09:26

REAL PROGRESS : Proposed legislation would impose fines on California retailers that have separate “girls” and “boys” toy sections

Biology denial is becoming a real problem on the left, which refuses to accept the fact that humans come in two varieties: male and female. Democrats would rather pretend as though there is no such thing as gender as they attempt to force everyone else into agreement.

Feb 25 13:32


BiteLabs grows meat from celebrity tissue samples and uses it to make artisanal salami.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I think this illustrates just how far our civilization has declined!

Personally, I think this is really sick!

Feb 25 12:13

By Putting Big Pharma’s Patents before Patients, Doctors Will Further Erode Trust in Experts

I have spent the past several years on my blog trying to highlight one thing above all others: that the institutions we were raised to regard as authoritative are undeserving of our blind trust.

It is not just that expert institutions have been captured wholesale by corporate elites over the past 40 years and that, as a result, knowledge, experience and expertise have been sidelined in favour of elite interests – though that is undoubtedly true. The problem runs deeper: these institutions were rarely as competent or as authoritative as we fondly remember them being. They always served elite interests.

What has changed most are our perceptions of institutions that were once beloved or trusted. It is we who have changed more than the institutions. That is because we now have far more sources – good and bad alike – than ever before against which we can judge the assertions of those who claim to speak with authority.

Feb 24 15:42

Meat prices rise as food inflation worsens, pushing many Americans to a tipping point of food shortages

Unfortunately, high meat prices may only be the tip of the iceberg. Last June, the UN warned that the world is on the brink of a food crisis worse than any seen over the past 50 years. -- And unless governments act swiftly, the global food crisis could have severe, long-term impacts on millions of children and adults, said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

Feb 23 15:33

Someone Please Tell Powell, Yellen And Biden That We Are Going To Need A Lot More “Weimar Money”…

This stock market bubble was originally created by unprecedented intervention by the Federal Reserve and by extremely wild borrowing and spending by the U.S. government, and in order to keep the bubble going we are going to need a lot more of the same. -- So someone needs to tell Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that it is time to go “full Weimar” so that we can prop up this bubble for as long as humanly possible.

Feb 22 15:52

States move to hold Big Tech accountable for violating free speech

U.S. states are now moving to quickly rein in abuses by Big Tech. Spurred by various motivations, such as fighting censorship, increasing data privacy protection or simply raising revenue by punishing cash-flush companies that have grown rich through their dominant market positions, these states are now looking to take on Big Tech.

Feb 22 15:40

Food prices will climb in 2021 as inflation accelerates

Inflation will continue to intensify because Congress continues to destroy the value of the dollar itself, with unrealistic, bombastic spending packages that prioritize drug companies and set up the infrastructure for a medical police state including mass vaccination and quarantines sites. These spending packages barely help the poor and oppressed, and instead bail out mismanaged Democrat-run states, prop up foreign countries, and negate the ill economic effects of communistic lock down policies. As the corruption continues, Americans have no choice but to prepare for runaway inflation and the continued collapse of both the dollar and the food system.

Feb 22 10:53

Fifteen HARD lessons I learned from the “Texageddon” blackouts and collapse of critical infrastructure

The “Texageddon” blackouts and near-collapse of all infrastructure (food, fuel, cell towers, power grid, water systems, emergency services, roads, etc.) taught us all some very difficult lessons in survival. We learned that the infrastructure is far more vulnerable than most people thought, and we saw with our own eyes that most people still refuse to prepare with extra food and water, even after a year of covid lockdowns that should have been a universal wake up call.

In today’s Situation Update podcast, I reveal 15 lessons I learned the hard way, including learning which preps failed to function (and how to do better next time).

The full podcast is embedded below. Here’s the short list of the 15 items:

Feb 21 05:15

Cascend: Data show wind power was chief culprit of Texas grid collapse

With the worst of the Texas power crisis now behind us, the blame and fingerpointing begins, and while the jury is still out whose actions (or lack thereof) may have led to the deadly and widespread blackouts that shocked Texas this week, Cascend Strategy writes that “in case there was any doubt why the Texas grid collapsed, the data is clear”

Wind failed as “Ice storms knocked out nearly half the wind-power generating capacity of Texas on Sunday as a massive deep freeze across the state locked up wind turbine generators, creating an electricity generation crisis.”
Natural gas made up the difference for a while
But then everything else followed down

Feb 19 12:21

Special report: Insulin users reeling at 550-percent price increase

Feb 19 09:18

Tens of thousands of Israeli COVID ‘Green Passes’ forged, claims cybersecurity expert

Like a scene out of the 2020 film Sci-fi/thriller Songbird, Israel will require residents who wish to reenter society to have a COVID-19 ‘Geen Pass’ when lockdowns lift in the coming weeks.

But cybersecurity expert Ran Bar-Zik warned in a Facebook post on Tuesday the pass can easily be forged.

The software engineer and journalist explained in his post that the pass uses a QR code that is made up of the basic information on the pass. That info nation and QR code are simple to recreate.

Feb 19 08:54

An Israeli Startup Is 3D Printing Cultured Ribeye Steaks

The market for meat alternatives is booming, but so far most products are only able to replicate the formless ground meat found in burgers, sausages, and nuggets. The world’s first 3D printed steak may be set to change that, opening the door to replicating any cut of meat we want.

Growing sensitivity to the environmental and ethical impacts of industrial animal agriculture has seen interest in plant-based diets boom. But companies have been quick to spot a major gap in the market: the morally conflicted carnivore who is swayed by the vegan’s argument but can’t imagine ever completely giving up on their favorite food.

This is leading to an explosion in companies looking to fill that gap with a variety of faux meats made from plant material or slaughter-free meat that’s grown in a lab rather than being cut from a carcass.

Feb 18 08:18


An agribusiness whistleblower alleges he was terminated in August 2020 from his contract with Perdue after he revealed animal abuse and poor sanitation to the media and public.

Perdue accused Rudy Howell, a North Carolina resident who had a 25 year-plus relationship with the poultry producer, of breaching his contract when he toured groups of visitors inside of his poultry houses. The corporation claimed it was a violation of their “poultry welfare” and “bio-security programs” as well as COVID-19 safety protocols.

But as a whistleblower complaint [PDF] filed with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of the U.S. Labor Department outlines, Perdue never issued “specific COVID-19 protocols for poultry farmers like Howell.”

Feb 16 15:32

Bank of America now acting as government intelligence agency snooping on customer data for feds to identify Capitol rioters

Prior to the Biden regime, the U.S. government had 17 bonafide intelligence agencies spread across the Justice Department, the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. military and the Intelligence Community. -- But now, it looks like we can add an 18th agency: Bank of America.

Feb 15 15:38

Joe Biden’s Two-Front Battle Against Covid and Climate Change May Trigger Severe Food Shortages for U.S. Consumers

In the United States, the local farmers, it seems, are being squeezed out of business, or paid not to grow food, while Big Agriculture is more concerned with exporting its supplies than keeping domestic food stocks safe and affordable. -- In an effort to fight two wars at the same time – against a pandemic as well as purported climate change – the Biden administration risks putting the United States on a crash course with food shortages and soaring prices as early as this year.

Feb 15 07:11

Diners will likely have to show vaccine passports to reserve a table

Those who wish to dine out in Britain may need a ‘certificate of vaccination’ soon as the Rockefeller Foundation white paper titled Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development pointed out in 2010.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said in a meeting on Sunday that officials are mulling the idea of requiring a passport of a sort to reenter society.

Feb 13 08:13

CDC: Diving Into the Data Manipulation (Audio)

Listen to an interview where Dr. Scott Jensen, Minnesota state senator, and Dr. Henry Ealy delve into their work on the CDC’s role in coercing hospitals to manipulate data on death certificates.

Feb 13 08:12

Disney Silent on Revelations of Abuses in China’s Concentration Camps

Disney has taken political stances against Donald Trump, the state of Georgia, and Republican members of Congress. But when it comes to China and its human rights atrocities, the Magic Kingdom sides with the Middle Kingdom every time.

In the latest example of corporate complicity through silence, the Walt Disney Co. has refused to comment on a recent report that China is overseeing the systematic rape of ethnic minority women in the western Xinjiang region. The BBC News reported earlier this month that women in China’s concentration camps for Uyghurs have been repeatedly raped, sexually abused, and tortured.

One witness told the BBC News that women were removed from the cells “every night” and raped by one or more masked Chinese men. On Thursday, China retaliated against the BBC News by suspending the network from its airwaves, claiming that the British broadcaster has harmed China’s national interests and ethnic unity.

Feb 13 07:17

Spin Doctors Use COVID Vaccines to Promote GMO Food

With over 2 million dead, and countries as developed as the UK and the U.S. failing miserably to contain the virus, it’s understandable that many see vaccines as a silver bullet that can save the world from the illness and death, never mind the social isolation and economic collapse, that the current pandemic is leaving in its wake. It’s perhaps equally unsurprising that hard pressed promoters of genetically modified (GM) crops and animals are seeing this as an ideal marketing opportunity.

Charles hates GM. Will he spurn this vaccine? ran a headline in the Sunday Times to an article that declared, “Pfizer shows us genetic modification could protect humanity from COVID-19.” Its author Dominic Lawson, lambasts the heir to the UK throne for his well known opposition to GM crops, and claims that it is politics, rather than science, that can “obstruct or even deny society the full benefits of scientific breakthroughs. This is true of genetic modification more widely.”

Feb 11 07:11

Immunologist: Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines Could Cause Long-Term Chronic Illness

In new research published in Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, immunologist J. Bart Classen warns the mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines could create “new potential mechanisms” of adverse events that may take years to come to light.

Back in 1999, leading U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) official Dr. Peter Patriarca contended that modern advances in vaccine technology were rapidly “outpacing researchers’ ability to predict potential vaccine-related adverse events.” Patriarca mused that this could lead to “a situation of unforeseen and unpredictable vaccine outcomes.”

In a new research article published in Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, veteran immunologist J. Bart Classen expresses similar concerns and writes that “RNA-based COVID vaccines have the potential to cause more disease than the epidemic of COVID-19.”

Feb 11 05:38

Japanese TV report sparks speculations in China that COVID-19 may have originated in US (2/23/20)

A report from a Japanese TV station that suspected some of the 14,000 Americans died of influenza may have unknowningly contracted the coronavirus has gone viral on Chinese social media, stoking fears and speculations in China that the novel coronavirus may have originated in the US.

Feb 11 04:49

Study finds CDC inflated COVID numbers by 1,600%

"The figures were inflated by at least 1,600%, according to the Public Health Initiative of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, which published the study, titled "COVID-19 Data Collection, Comorbidity & Federal Law: A Historical Retrospective."

Feb 09 11:18

Costco Is Being Sued For Spying On Customers. Here's Why

If you're a Costco customer, you may have noticed. In some locations, you can buy items from Costco online and pick them up curbside (via Grocery Dive). That's no mistake. Costco's January 2021 virtual sales are up 106.7 percent compared to last year (via Progressive Grocer). Costco, it seems, is finally getting the hang of online commerce. And maybe it's dedicated itself a little too enthusiastically to taking advantage of it. As an increasing number of Costco's customers looked to online shopping, the company began, as per what executives told Digital Commerce 360, looking for "low-hanging fruit." First, its customers' emails. As of August 2020, Costco had more than 60 percent of its members' email addresses, up from around 30 percent a few years prior.

Feb 08 21:54

Police called to Mulitple Resorts as MGM fails to Pay Super Bowl Bets

Las Vegas Metro Police have been called to a number of MGM properties throughout Las Vegas as angry customers claim MGM is refusing to payout winning bets after the companies APP went down in the middle of the Super Bowl.

A tweet just before 6 p.m. indicated the BetMGM app and MGM sports books were having major problems with people Super Bowl Bets.

We are now hearing that Las Vegas Metro has been dispatched to multiple MGM properties as angry bettors are claiming MGM is refusing to pay on winning bets.

People are reporting that MGM and Metro are threatening them with arrest and permanent ban form MGM properties, simply for trying to cash their winning tickets!

Feb 07 14:42

January, 2021 Sets New Record For Gun Sales

American citizens purchased 4,137,480 firearms, which is a rise of 60% over last January. For reference, in 1999, Americans purchased 9,138,123 firearms for the entire year. Gun ownership has exploded since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the civil unrest that gripped the nation over the summer. Americans watched rioters burn cities and loot businesses throughout the country. This perfect storm of chaos saw the gun market explode. Last year, gun sales hit an all-time high of 39,695,315, a 40% increase over 2019.

Feb 07 11:48

U.S. stock market more overvalued now than right before the dot-com crash of 2000

Since the start of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “pandemic” nearly a year ago, the United States stock market has soared much higher than many anticipated based on the circumstances. And according to the latest data, it is more overvalued right now than it was at the start of the 2000 dot-com crash.