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Jun 21 10:52

Major U.S. Cities Race To “Re-Fund The Police” As Utter Lawlessness Reigns From Coast To Coast

The great liberal experiment of “defunding the police” turned out to be a completely and utter disaster.  In major cities all over the United States, hundreds of millions of dollars of funding were stripped away from police departments in 2020, and many on the left were hailing this is a huge step in the right direction.  Of course it was actually a huge step in the wrong direction.  Crime rates soared throughout the remainder of 2020, and they have gone even higher in 2021.  In fact, Fox Business is reporting that the number of homicides in the U.S. is up 24 percent since the month of January…

Jun 21 10:46

The IMF says it is has legal and economic concerns about El Salvador's move to make bitcoin legal tender

The International Monetary Fund on Thursday has raised alarms over El Salvador's historic move in approving legislation to make bitcoin legal tender. It is the first country in the world to do so.

"Adoption of bitcoin as legal tender raises a number of macroeconomic, financial, and legal issues that require very careful analysis," said Gerry Rice, an IMF spokesman, during a scheduled press briefing, Bloomberg first reported.

He continued: "Crypto assets can pose significant risks and effective regulatory measures are very important when dealing with them."

The congress of El Salvador on Wednesday voted in favor of a law to establish bitcoin as legal tender alongside the US dollar in what many viewed as a milestone for the cryptocurrency, including President Nayib Bukele.


Jun 21 10:46

‘Fraud’: Attorney claims 2020 voting systems were remotely accessed, election subverted

An attorney who alleged voter fraud after tabulation “errors” in Michigan’s Antrim County originally led to incorrect results in the 2020 presidential election now says evidence shows the voting machines were remotely accessed to perpetrate fraud; evidence which, he says, ought to decertify the results of the election.

“We have been lied to,” said Michigan attorney Matthew DePerno in a tweet June 9. “The Antrim County election management system (EMS) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM.”

“We were told there was no internet connection. We were told there was no remote access. We were told this was human error. All lies,” DePerno concluded. “This is fraud. This decertifies the Antrim County election.”

Jun 21 10:45

Putin signs law legalizing Bitcoin & other cryptocurrencies, lifting them out of Russian legal 'grey-zone'

Digital financial assets, including cryptocurrencies, will be permitted to ?irculate legally in Russia soon, but if you're planning to go shopping with bitcoin, or other variants, forget it. They won't be legal tender.

According to the new rules, due to come into force in January 2021, Russian citizens will be allowed to buy and sell bitcoin and other digital denominations. Until now, various cryptocurrencies have been in a “grey zone,” as the state did not recognize their existence, but no penalties for mining or buying them existed either.

The law signed by President Vladimir Putin on Friday recognizes the existence of bitcoin, tokens and other digital assets. However, it does not remove restrictions to allow individuals to use cryptocurrency as a legal tender.

Jun 21 10:45

MHRA Data shows a 3016% increase in number of women who’ve lost their unborn child as a result of having the Covid Vaccine

Losing a new born is a heart breaking endeavour, as is the pain of losing an unborn child. Which is why we’re both saddened and shocked to bring you the latest update on the number of unborn and newborn children to lose their lives as a result of the mothers receiving one of the Covid-19 vaccines in the United Kingdom.

The Government have released weekly reports on adverse reactions to the experimental Covid-19 vaccines, the first of which covered data inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020 through to the 24th January 2021. Their latest report (find it here), which is the nineteenth to be released covers data inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020 though to the 2nd June 2021.

Just eighteen weeks separate the first and nineteenth report, and the shocking increase in the number of women losing their unborn and newborn child in that time due to having either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca Covid vaccine is appalling.

Jun 21 10:44

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Jun 21 10:43

Northern Thailand Police Seize Bt 30 Million in Assets from Drug Networks

Police in northern Thailand have taken down 3 major drug networks in separate raids confiscating drug assets totaling 30.5 million baht.

Pol Col Sarawut Khonyai, said the raids were conducted in Tak, Phitsanulok and Sukhothai provinces starting on Monday. They were part of the policy to suppress drug networks during the Covid-19 outbreak.

The first raid was in Tak it came after police expanded their investigation from previous drug cases in the past three years. One case in October 2019 saw the confiscation of 1.5 tons of crystal meth.

The other 2 cases took place in Bangkok, police arrested seized assets worth 100 million baht in December last year; and in Lat Phrao early this month police who also seized 100 kilogram of crystal meth and ketamine during the raid.

Jun 21 10:43

IBM quits facial recognition, joins call for police reforms

IBM is getting out of the facial recognition business, saying it's concerned about how the technology can be used for mass surveillance and racial profiling.

Ongoing protests responding to the death of George Floyd have sparked a broader reckoning over racial injustice and a closer look at the use of police technology to track demonstrators and monitor American neighborhoods.

IBM is one of several big tech firms that had earlier sought to improve the accuracy of their face-scanning software after research found racial and gender disparities. But its new CEO is now questioning whether it should be used by police at all.

“We believe now is the time to begin a national dialogue on whether and how facial recognition technology should be employed by domestic law enforcement agencies,” wrote CEO Arvind Krishna in a letter sent Monday to U.S. lawmakers.

Jun 21 10:41

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Jun 21 10:39

University of Florida Issues Statement After Lab Finds Pathogens on Children’s Face Masks

Now, parents have even more reason to take that mask off of their child! A recent study at a lab at the University of Florida analyzed a small sample of face masks and detected 11 dangerous pathogens that included bacterias that cause diphtheria, pneumonia, and meningitis.

Of course, the University of Florida backtracked to say they believe the CDC’s studies that wearing a mask is best even though there are many conflicting theories. Interestingly, the statement talks about the importance of the “chain of custody,” so isn’t it also important to know the chain of custody for ballots in an election?

Jun 21 10:39

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Jun 21 10:29

Google force installs Massachusetts MassNotify Android COVID app

Google is force-installing a Massachusetts COVID-19 tracking app on residents' Android devices without an easy way to uninstall it.

For the past few days, users have reported that Google silently installed the Massachusetts 'MassNotify' app on their devices without the ability to open it or find it in the Google Play Store.

"This installed silently on my daughter's phone without consent or notification. She cannot have installed it herself since we use Family Link and we have to approve all app installs. I have no idea how they pulled this off, but it had to involve either Google, or Samsung, or both," a user wrote in a review on the Google Play Store.

"Normal apps can't just install themselves. I'm not sure what's going on here, but this doesn't count as "voluntary". We need information, and we need it now, folks."

Jun 21 10:28

4 Signs Parents Won’t Be Sending Their Kids Back to Public School This Fall

By Kerry McDonald

As disruptive as the 2020/2021 academic year was, it led to many positive educational changes that will be transformative and long-lasting. Most notably, parents have been re-empowered to take back the reins of their children’s education from government bureaucrats and teachers unions. Frustrated by school closures and district “Zoom schooling,” families fled public schools in droves over the past year, and there are several signs that these families won’t be returning this fall.

According to an analysis by Chalkbeat and the Associated Press, public school enrollment fell by an average of 2.6 percent across 41 states last fall, with states such as Michigan, Maine, Vermont, and Mississippi dropping by more than 4 percent. These enrollment declines far exceeded any anticipated demographic changes that might typically alter public school enrollment.

Jun 21 10:27

WATCH: Black Mob Drags Couple From Car And Shoots Them Dead In Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

Want an example of what happens when government wages war against the police? Welcome to Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago.

A man was shot dead and his girlfriend critically injured in a shooting Saturday night in Humboldt Park, Chicago.

The shooting took place as people were leaving Chicago’s 43rd Annual Puerto Rican People’s Day Parade, which people from all over the country attend.


Jun 21 10:25

Fears lockdown could stay until next SPRING as councils hire £30k Covid marshals to work until March 2022

FEARS are emerging that Brits could face lockdowns until next spring after a local council hired £30,000-a-year Covid marshals to work until March 2022.

Jun 21 10:16

WATCH: Black Crowd Celebrates As White Woman Is Viscously Beaten At Juneteenth Celebration (Riot)

During the nation’s inaugural Juneteenth federal holiday, a large black mob of Juneteenth revelers cheered as a white woman was mercilessly beaten to a bloody pulp in the streets of a Long Branch, New Jersey district.

Police later arrived on the scene as rioters commemorated the end of slavery on the streets outside, trapping retail personnel inside their stores.

According to local media reports, the Juneteenth celebration, held in Long Branch’s Pier Village, descended into a full-blown riot with hundreds of people smashing up local businesses and property throughout the Pier Village area.


Jun 21 10:09

How Come Those Who Claim to Care the Most About COVID, Won’t Even Talk About Ivermectin?

Last week, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister launched a $1 million grant to convince “hesitant” communities to get themselves vaccinated with one of the experimental shots on the market. But if people are hesitant about an experimental gene therapy that has already racked up a record number of serious adverse events on the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), why not spend the money persuading people to get ivermectin, a safe and effective early and prophylactic COVID treatment that has been approved by the FDA and the WHO for other uses for years?

In a recent video clip from one of his forums, Pallister was asked by a caller about another kind of hesitancy – not hesitancy to vaccinate, but “hesitancy to talk about ivermectin” and other early treatments. The caller cited the evidence about this drug, which “does no harm” and causes no risk to try it. The female caller completed her thought by asking him, “Are we doing anything with that, and if not, why not?”

Jun 21 10:09

The Bankers are Coming! The Bankers are Coming … for Your Bitcoin

One of the oldest arguments against Bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, is the Central Banker Attack. Anyone who’s spent more than fifteen minutes inside the crypto-world will have heard this one.

That’s the argument where the person tacitly admits bitcoin isn’t a scam or vaporware but then says, “Well, if it gets too big, they’ll just make it illegal.” What’s most baffling to me is that this argument is mostly made by those who swear by their gold holdings while simultaneously swearing at the central bankers for ruining the world.

I get that it’s mostly a coping mechanism for watching crypto go ballistic while gold languishes under the control those same central bankers. And, in the past, I had a lot more sympathy for that perspective than I do now. Because today, at a total valuation around $2 trillion, we’ve arrived at that moment where the bankers and politicians are coming for bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and they are coming hard.


Jun 21 10:08

State GOP Chair Wants Arizona-Style Audit in Nevada – But Democrat Leadership Pushes Back on Idea

Nevada GOP Chairman Michael McDonald visited the America’s Audit in Phoenix this past week and said a similar review is needed at home in Nevada.

Nevada election was fraught with likely fraud.

A Trump campaign worker saw a van stop at a Las Vegas elections center and unload boxes of ballots just like what happened in Detroit, Michigan.

That’s not all that was happening in the state.

Jun 21 10:07

Questions About the FBI's Role in 1/6 Are Mocked Because the FBI Shapes Liberal Corporate Media

The axis of liberal media outlets and their allied activist groups — CNN, NBC News, The Washington Post, Media Matters — are in an angry uproar over a recent report questioning the foreknowledge and involvement of the FBI in the January 6 Capitol riot. As soon as that new report was published on Monday, a consensus instantly emerged in these liberal media precincts that this is an unhinged, ignorant and insane conspiracy theory that deserves no consideration.

The original report, published by Revolver News and then amplified by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, documented ample evidence of FBI infiltration of the three key groups at the center of the 1/6 investigation — the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys, and the Three Percenters — and noted how many alleged riot leaders from these groups have not yet been indicted. While low-level protesters have been aggressively charged with major felonies and held without bail, many of the alleged plot leaders have thus far been shielded from charges.

Jun 21 10:07

The Road to Authoritarianism Is Paved with Fiat Currency

Last week, the Federal Reserve announced it will maintain an interest rate target of zero to 0.25 percent for the rest of 2021. The Fed said it will also continue its monthly purchase of 120 billion dollars of Treasury and mortgage-backed securities.

Some Fed board members are forecasting a rate increase by late 2022 or 2023, though with the rate still not reaching one percent. The Fed will neither allow interest rates to rise to market levels nor reduce its purchase of Treasury securities. A significant increase in interest rates would make the government’s borrowing costs unsustainable.

Jun 21 10:07

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Jun 21 10:07

Is the Danger Covid or the Vaccine?

How many Americans are as brave as Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley, who announced he would give up playing football before he submits to the NFL’s vaccine protocols? https://www.nfl.com/news/bills-wide-receiver-cole-beasley-would-rather...

Health care employees and many other Americans are experiencing pressure to accept vaccination or be fired. For example, a hospital in Texas has made vaccination a condition of employment. I can understand the reluctance of a nurse or doctor, who has witnessed severe injury and death to those who were vaccinated, being unwilling to subject themselves to the risk. They have exposed themselves for 16 months to risk of infection by treating those who are infected. Now they are declared to be a risk to patients because they are not vaccinated and are pressured to accept the high risk of injury from the vaccine.

Jun 21 10:06

The Inhumanity of Israeli Settler-Colonialism

On June 15, 2021, Israeli far-right nationalists took part in a flag-waving march through occupied East Jerusalem. The so-called March of the Flags beats the drums of colonialism – it is an open celebration of the anniversary of Israel’s 1967 occupation of the city’s eastern part. The Israeli government decided shortly after the end of the 1967 war to annex East Jerusalem into the State of Israel. Israel had already violated a 1949 UN decision to internationalize Jerusalem by moving its governmental offices from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Jun 21 10:04

Mo Brooks gets arrest warrant for man who served Capitol riot lawsuit on his wife.....


Jun 21 10:02

Large and 'extremely dangerous' tornado rips through Chicago suburbs, injuring at least six and leaving more than 34,000 without power

A large and 'extremely dangerous' tornado has ripped through Chicago suburbs overnight.

Jun 21 09:58

Have We Learned Nothing? Biden Backs Mass Murder in the Middle East

The Gaza Strip, measures only 25 miles long and five miles wide. It is one of the most densely populated places on the planet.

Since 2007, Israel has imposed a full blockade on Gaza from the air, land, and sea. The two million Palestinians living there (half of which are under the age of 18) are trapped in an open air prison where food, potable water, electricity, medicine, building materials, etc. are severely restricted by the Israeli authorities.



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Jun 21 09:58

Pakistan PM Rules Out Hosting CIA Bases

In comments with interviewers, Pakistani Premier Imran Khan ruled out the idea of hosting CIA bases for use against Afghanistan, saying that Pakistan would absolutely not consider US bases aimed at cross-border operations.

The CIA has been very public in seeking new basing options for its war in Afghanistan. Previously operating off of US military bases in Afghanistan, they don’t have a lot of options for where to go when the US withdraws.

The CIA has floated the idea of getting new bases in Pakistan or former Soviet states in the region. Russia reportedly opposes the northern ideas, and Khan has now ruled out Pakistan as a host, meaning that the CIA may be running out of luck.

Jun 21 09:57

US Should Close the Door to Ukrainian Membership in NATO

Last week President Joe Biden attended the latest NATO summit but achieved nothing of note, other than reaffirming America’s promise to defend Europe even if the Europeans won’t do so themselves. However, he did reject the attempt by Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky to force the alliance to admit Kyiv.

Adding Ukraine as a defense dependent would be against America’s interest by making conflict with Russia more likely. Just imagine how Washington would have reacted to the Soviet overthrow of the Mexican government and proposal to add the new regime to the Warsaw Pact. Outrage, hysteria, and frenzy would overwhelm Washington. There would be little consideration of democratic and juridical niceties as demands to "Do Something!" reached a crescendo. Rather than leave Ukrainian membership in NATO as an open possibility, thereby undermining relations with Moscow, the administration should announce that it opposes any further expansion of the transatlantic alliance.

Jun 21 09:57

‘Catastrophic impact’: Tasmanian devils ‘wipe out’ large penguin colony on Australian island as animal introduction goes wrong

Australia’s endangered Tasmanian devils have eliminated a local colony of penguins and decimated other bird fauna after they were brought to Maria Island in a bid to save them from extinction due to animal cancer.

According to The Australian newspaper, the devils were introduced to the tiny island off Tasmania’s east coast in 2012 as an “insurance population” due to the fears that a raging facial tumor disease would make the raccoon-sized creatures disappear completely.

The arrival of the world’s largest surviving carnivorous marsupials took a horrible toll on the island’s bird colony, as the initial group of 28 devils on Maria grew to 100 in just a few years.


Jun 21 09:56

Matt Taibbi discusses the legacy of the Steele dossier

Journalist Matt Taibbi joined Hill.TV to discuss the legacy of the 2016 Steele dossier and how the decision of some media outlets to distribute the report was “one of the all time disasters of journalism.”

Taibbi, who recently wrote about the dossier on his website TK news, said the mainstream media should be more critical of questionable source material before publication.

“You always have to ask, ‘Where is this stuff coming from and can I see it?’ In this case, what happened with the Steele dossier was just the classic error where everybody was basing their conclusions on the Steele dossier on the fact that the reputation of Christopher Steele was supposed to be a good one,” Taibbi said.

The dossier, a research report from intelligence specialist Christopher Steele, contained a number of unconfirmed allegations about ties between Russia and then-candidate Donald Trump. Some news publications, such as BuzzFeed News, published the report’s findings.

Jun 21 09:55

What Poisoned America?

What Poisoned America? The list of suspects is long: systemic bias, special interests dominating politics, political polarization, globalization and the offshoring of productive capacity, over-regulation, the rise of rapacious cartels and monopolies, Big Tech's gulag of the mind, the permanent adolescence of consumerism, permanent global war, to name a few.

The question boils down to this: what problems cannot be addressed by the status quo? Most of the ills listed above can be addressed with existing mechanisms of governance and adaptation. For example, consider systemic bias. The U.S. Armed Forces have demonstrably led the way in dramatically reducing systemic bias via performance-based advancement. The rest of America would do well to copy these organizational improvements.

Jun 21 09:54

WHITE COUPLE PULLED FROM THEIR CARS AND EXECUTED POINT BLANK BY AFRICANS LAST NIGHT IN CHICAGO


Jun 21 09:54

Trump Officials Taking Action Against Biden's Policies

Some top Trump administration officials, fresh off securing major judicial wins in their fight against President Joe Biden's legislative agenda, are preparing a new collection of legal challenges to launch at the new president, this time concentrating on the administration's energy and environmental permitting policies.

America First Legal, the litigation outfit launched by a top Trump White House adviser Stephen Miller that claims former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on its board of directors, forced Biden's Small Business Administration on Monday to stop a pandemic relief program that "unconstitutionally" excluded some applicants on the basis of race, Meadows explained in an interview outlining the group's plans.

Jun 21 09:53

Bullish On Bitcoin, Bloomberg Predicts $400,000 Price By 2022

Bloomberg, the Manhattan-based titan of media and financial services, published a report this month claiming that bitcoin’s price will spike sharply by the end of the year.

The company has been publishing a monthly edition of a “Crypto Outlook” report for some time now, covering a series of developments in the wider world of cryptocurrency that might be of interest to the financial sector. The April edition of “Crypto Outlook” was published on April 6, claiming that the “rising tide” of bitcoin adoption is foretelling a bullish phase of growth for the world’s number-one decentralized digital currency.

Jun 21 09:52

Mexico In Line To Make Bitcoin Legal Tender

After El Salvador made history by being the first country to make Bitcoin legal tender, other countries in Latin America are in hot pursuit with Mexico the latest, to show interest.

A senator of Mexico’s federal government, Eduardo Morat Hinojosa, revealed that he intends to submit a proposal in parliament to enable Mexico to shift to crypto.

In an open show of support for crypto, Hinojosa’s profile picture appeared to speak into a laser eyes microphone. He later wrote that he would promote and propose a legal framework for crypto coins in Mexico’s lower house.

There could be a few days left before legislation is moved in Mexico’s parliament because Hinojosa was not alone in leaning towards crypto adoption. Nuevo Leon senator Indira Kempis Martinez also swapped his profile to display laser eyes, an act that prompted Hinojasa to label her as a friend to the cause.

Jun 21 09:51

UK govt gave contract to IT firm that is ‘openly plotting’ to turn vaccine passports into a national ID card, privacy group warns

The British government has been accused of aiming to covertly implement a national ID programme, after it partnered with a company that has advocated turning vaccine passports into a multi-purpose document.

Entrust, an IT firm that bills itself as a “global leader in identities, payments, and data protection,” was awarded a contract by the Department of Health and Social Care last month to work on the UK’s Covid-19 vaccine certificate system. The company was given £250,000 ($346,000) to provide cloud-computing services for the government’s Covid-status certification scheme, iNews reported. The contract is due to expire in March 2022, but the government has the option of extending it for an additional year.


Jun 21 09:39

CBS 62 Insider BLOWS WHISTLE On-Air During Weather Report, Will Detail CBS ‘Discrimination’

Jun 21 09:35

Amazon dumps Frontline Doctors site for 'misinformation about vaccines'

Amazon's internet hosting service took down the website of the group of doctors known for promoting proven treatments for COVID-19 such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin.

America's Frontline Doctors was accused of "hosting misinformation about vaccines and was reported as objectionable content to AWS."

The Gateway Pundit reported Amazon shut down the site on about May 31. The doctors' website has since been restored through another host.



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Jun 21 09:32

‘World’s Smartest Man’ with 210 IQ Urges Resistance to COVID Vax, ‘Depopulation Agenda’

Christopher Langan, a man once called the “world’s smartest man” by the media for having a 210 IQ, is urging resistance to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Langan made a post in his Facebook group where he addressed his concerns with the COVID-19 vaccine, the mandatory vaccine regime, and its dire implications for mankind.

“A mass human die-off would be traumatic and threaten the status quo. If the human population crashes and the economy follows suit, the elite will have nothing, no innate superiority or adaptivity, that might protect them and conduce to their survival. Hence, they prefer mass sterilization and a slower (but still rapid) population decline,” he wrote.

Langan admitted that population growth concerns are legitimate but felt the approach of the elite is highly unethical and misinformed.

Jun 21 09:22

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Jun 21 09:21

'Don't go heavy on him': Minnesota AG says judge should not make an example of Derek Chauvin when he sentences him on Friday because it's not about 'revenge'

The Minnesota Attorney General has spoken of his compassion for Derek Chauvin after he was convicted of murdering George Floyd and said he hopes the judge won't go 'light or heavy' because Friday's sentencing isn't about 'revenge.'



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Jun 21 09:20

California’s $100 Million Marijuana Bailout Tells You All You Need to Know about Its Government

By Jon Miltimore

As the Los Angeles Times reports, the industry is in serious trouble. The growth of licensed cannabis shops has been dismal and far below state projections. Just 1,086 retail and delivery firms have been permitted to date—about 82 percent lower than the 6,000 cannabis shops the government anticipated.

How is this possible? Well, shortly after California legalized pot in 2016, lawmakers began burdening the industry with so many regulations—particularly myriad compliance orders associated with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)—that businesses are drowning under paperwork, fees, and delays.

Jun 21 09:20

It's 'shocking and embarrassing' the US has a president who 'forgets what he's saying'

Jun 21 09:16

FLASHBACK - US nuclear tests killed far more civilians than we knew

When the US entered the nuclear age, it did so recklessly. New research suggests that the hidden cost of developing nuclear weapons were far larger than previous estimates, with radioactive fallout responsible for 340,000 to 690,000 American deaths from 1951 to 1973.

The study, performed by University of Arizona economist Keith Meyers, uses a novel method (pdf) to trace the deadly effects of this radiation, which was often consumed by Americans drinking milk far from the site of atomic tests.

Jun 21 09:16

Nuclear Fallout: America Tested 1,032 Nuclear Weapons on Its Own Soil

Here's What You Need to Know: Virtually every American that has lived since 1951 has been exposed to nuclear fallout.

Nuclear weapons have a mysterious quality. Their power is measured in plainly visible blast pressure and thermal energy common to many weapons, but also invisible yet equally destructive radiation and electromagnetic pulse. Between 1945 and 1992, the United States conducted 1,032 nuclear tests seeking to get the measure of these enigmatic weapons. Many of these tests would be today be considered unnecessary, overly dangerous and just plain bizarre. These tests, undertaken on the atomic frontier, gathered much information about these weapons—enough to cease actual use testing—yet scarred the land and left many Americans with long-term health problems.

Jun 21 09:15

Maxine Decides With No Evidence Who Is Behind January 6th

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) with no proof said on CNN Saturday that the Capitol Hill riot on Jan 6 was "organized" by the Trump campaign, another wave of shots against the conservative community, and on one of the biggest firms concerning the news.

In a television broadcast on CNN, the California congresswoman hit the GOP's opposition to the Jan. 6 commission that was selected to review those involved in the federal breach. "Where did the money come from to send busloads of people in? Who supported them in all of this. Where was the organizing taking place?" she asked on-air. Waters then said to CNN anchor Jim Acosta that she was told: "there was organizing taking place right in the Trump campaign."

Jun 21 09:06

Rep. Louie Gohmert questions FBI’s involvement with the January 6 Capitol insurrection

Texas representative Louie Gohmert questioned the involvement of undercover federal agents in connection with the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol during his allotted time on the House of Representatives floor last Thursday.

The 67-year-old former attorney said that the FBI provided no intelligence information to capitol police ahead of time even though agents were embedded in upper leadership positions in at least three extremist groups.

Jun 21 08:28

Disaster in the making (Picture)

Jun 21 08:23

A very good micronation (2 Pics)

Jun 21 08:18

Life tho (Meme)

Jun 21 08:08

Common blood pressure pills could slow memory decline in over-50s, researchers say

Older people taking certain types of blood pressure-lowering medication had better rates of memory recall, suggesting it could be used to slow memory decline.

Jun 21 07:51

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Jun 21 07:51

Biden's National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan warns China it will face international ISOLATION if it does not cooperate with fresh COVID-19 origin probes

President Biden's national security adviser on Sunday warned China it would face international isolation if it did not cooperate with investigators probing the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jun 21 07:50

BBC bans white people from applying for £18,000 trainee job on Springwatch and The One Show

The BBC has sparked a discrimination row after only allowing people from ethnic minorities to apply for a trainee position.

The broadcaster is advertising a one-year, £17,810 trainee production management assistant role with its Science Unit in Glasgow, but the position is 'only open to black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates'.

Jun 21 07:49

Angelina Jolie says 'there is nowhere I would rather be today than here' as she dons headscarf to visit refugees in Burkina Faso

Angelina Jolie yesterday visited refugees in Burkina Faso to highlight the problems faced by people who have to flee their homes.

Jun 21 07:47

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Jun 21 07:45

Black father destroys critical race theory at school board meeting: 'How did I get where I am right now if some white man kept me down?'

Ty Smith — a black man who has two sons, 17 and 19 — absolutely annihilated critical race theory during his comments to an Illinois school board earlier this month, saying it will teach children of different races to "hate each other" and will reverse Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream that all people may be judged by the content of their character rather than by the color of their skin.

Jun 21 07:45

Jamie Oliver drops term 'Kaffir lime leaves' in his recipes over fears the 'historically racist slur' will offend South Africans - after Waitrose, Co-op and Sainsbury's rebranded dried herb

Jamie Oliver will no longer refer to Kaffir lime leaves in his recipe books or TV shows following concerns that the word has historically been used as a racial slur in South Africa, his representatives said today.

Jun 21 07:45

Debunking A 'Chinese Defector' Story

It is sad to see how much Col. Pat Lang's intelligence judgment has deteriorated.

Here he goes crazy over a story of an alleged Chinese high level defector who allegedly brought all kinds of materials with him:

This man, as Chinese counter-intelligence boss looked around the IC and decided that he was most likely to survive an internal leak if he defected to DIA. That means that in spite of the fact that DIA had an internal Chinese mole (recently arrested at DIA request by the FBI), the rest of the agencies are worse in the level in Chinese intelligence penetration not only of their analytic people but also of their operations staff. How do I know that? Material from the defector (Dong) would not normally be shared with analysts if it had his name in it. His identity would be held in operational channels.
Clearly, this man believes that; CIA. army intelligence, naval intelligence, USAF intelligence and all the rest are heavily penetrated. pl.

Jun 21 07:45

Hundreds of VACCINATED Indonesian Health Workers Test Positive For Covid-19

Over 350 doctors and medical workers in Indonesia have tested positive for Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated.

According to reports, the affected individuals had received the Sinovac Covid vaccine, which was manufactured by a Chinese pharmaceutical company.

The mainstream media have reported that most of these workers do not have any visible symptoms of the virus, and are therefore classed as asymptomatic, despite the possibility that many of these testing kits may be creating false positives and the fact that asymptomatic infection has been disproven.

Everyone who tested positive has been forced to self-isolate at home. Those with symptoms have reported high fevers and declining oxygen saturation levels.

Jun 21 07:43

Social Media Networks Now Targeting Young People – Promoting Covid-19 Vaccine

Social media networks are now targeting young people, encouraging them to go and get the Covid-19 vaccine.

This follows the announcement on Wednesday 16th June that Brits aged 21 will now be able to get their jab.

Social media networks such as Snapchat and TikTok have joined the online drive in pushing younger people to get fully vaccinated through filters and other incentives.

Snapchat users will be able to use new NHS stickers and a filter that says “I’ve had my vaccine.”

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