Roughly $2 million in donations have been raised for a two-year-old boy whose parents were killed in Monday’s mass shooting at a July 4 parade in Highland Park, Illinois.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:49

This presentation will focus on the apparent controlled demolition of just one highly important, critical industry slated allegedly for sacrificial destruction – the airline industry as part of the elites’ lockdown control agenda potentially even forbidding our right to travel.

With the COVID pandemic outbreak in early 2020, by mid-April 2020, the US government committed a $25 billion bailout to the air travel industry after the pandemic banned virtually all international travel. Despite the compensation package, the airline industry has been floundering ever since. In February 2022, the World Economic Forum reported the industry suffered its “worst year in history”:

International passenger demand dropped 75.6 percent and domestic demand fell 48.8 percent below 2019 levels.

Just as declared pandemics facilitate elites’ centralized authoritarian lockdown control keeping the human population literally isolated, largely cut off inside their homes, unable to assemble in groups, preventing crucial face-to-face contact with friends and loved ones in a devastating assault to destroy our basic human need for social bonding and regular social interaction, the elimination of our capacity for air travel constitutes a derogation of freedom of movement and “mobility rights”.

With the manipulative, pathological manufacturing of mass fear and assorted dangers of sheer nonstop crises designed for societal collapse, social impoverishment and life-threatening globalized poverty on an immobilized, traumatized human population, already fully beta tested from the elites’ globally orchestrated COVID pandemic, national governments are allegedly planning to limit, if not totally prohibit, human travel both near and far altogether.

A July 2nd ZeroHedge article written by Alex Kramer entitled “The Coming Collapse of the Air Travel Industry” addresses the very real probability that planetary controllers are not only engineering the collapse of both the food production and fossil fuel industries, but also the airline industry as well.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:49

 Raphael Warnock won a shock election in Georgia on January 5, 2021, to become a US Senator from Georgia.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:48

On Tuesday, November 3rd President Trump was ahead of Joe Biden in the swing state of Michigan by over 100,000 votes.  This appeared to be another solid win for President Trump in Michigan with a greater margin than his 2016 victory. The ballot counting in Detroit, Michigan on election night took place at the TCF Center, formerly known as Cobo Hall.

This is the site where Detroit City Officials put cardboard over the windows to prevent the GOP observers from seeing in, where poll workers were militantly hostile to the GOP observers, and where hundreds of affidavits by election observers claim they witnessed voter fraud.

At least three election observers testified in sworn affidavits that they witnessed vehicles delivering fraudulent ballots to the TCF Center early in the morning on November 4th.

Michigander Shane Trejo witnessed the 3:30 am Biden Ballot Drop that gave Joe Biden an outstanding lift. “There were thousands of ballots in each box,” Trejo says. “There were at least 50 boxes that I saw unloaded at 3:30 am, well after the 8:00 pm deadline for ballots to show up.”

The 3:30 am was the first ballot delivery since 10:30 pm when 138,000 ballots showed up suddenly. Shane later testified that he noticed that the city of Detroit Clerk’s Office and its emblem were written on the white van that showed up with the ballots. City Clerk Janice Winfrey‘s name was on the van and a number presumably for Janet Winfrey’s office. Trejo says the ballots could not be processed when they arrived, so by the time they were counted, a new shift of poll workers had come in for the day.

After these ballot dropped Joe Biden took the lead in Michigan.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:48

Police arrested Robert ‘Bobby’ Crimo III’, age 22, yesterday following the shooting in Highland Park, Illinois.  Crimo killed six and injured over 20 more individuals at the 4th of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois. 

On Tuesday The Gateway Pundit uncovered information indicating Crimo is a radical progressive with ties to Antifa, progressive groups, and the occult. 

Looking over information that was collected following the deadly shooting, it is evident the Highland Park 4th of July parade killer, Bobby Crimo, has a very dark background.

We reported on the shooter yesterday when he was confirmed as a person of interest.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:47

The Biden administration is planning to sue Arizona over a new state law that requires proof of citizenship to vote for president.

Kristen Clarke, the assistant attorney general of the civil rights division of the Department of Justice, said she has authorized going to court over what she contends is a violation of the 1964 Voting Rights Act. The only thing that would stop that, Clarke said in a letter to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, is if the state is willing to settle the issue, presumably by an agreement not to enforce the law.

Brnovich responded Friday telling her, in essence, he will see her in court.

And he told Capitol Media Services this is about more than simply protecting the state's right to ensure that only citizens vote in elections. Brnovich said there is reason to believe all this is part of some larger scheme by some, including "neo-Marxists'' to allow people not in this country to influence elections.

The legal issues however, may not be as clear as Brnovich contends, with two conflicting laws.
The first is the 2004 requirement approved by Arizona citizens for proof of citizenship to register to vote. That applies to state voter-registration forms.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:46

China dismissed a claim made by NASA's chief that the communist nation might aspire to "take over" the moon for its military.

Chinese officials called the claim an irresponsible assertion, according to a report, and said it has always tried to foster a community of nations in space.

The communist nation has made great strides to improve its space programs in the last 10 years, and exploration of the moon has become a primary focus of the Chinese.

China succeeded with its first lunar uncrewed landing in 2013, and it hopes to launch rockets capable of putting its astronauts on the moon before 2030, according to the report.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:32

The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that toddlers vaccinated during Pfizer's trial were "more likely to get severely ill with Covid than those who received a placebo" and "most kids who developed multiple infections during the trial were vaccinated."

From WSJ, "Why the Rush for Toddler Vaccines?":

"This is a very historic milestone, a monumental step forward," President Biden declared last week after the Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for toddlers. "The United States is now the first country in the world to offer safe and effective Covid-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old."

In fact, we don't know if the vaccines are safe and effective. The rushed FDA action was based on extremely weak evidence. [...]

More troubling, vaccinated toddlers in Pfizer's trial were more likely to get severely ill with Covid than those who received a placebo. Pfizer claimed most severe cases weren't "clinically significant," whatever that means, but this was all the more reason that the FDA should have required a longer follow-up before authorizing the vaccine.

Also worrisome: Most kids who developed multiple infections during the trial were vaccinated. This warranted more investigation, since experimental vaccines for other diseases sometimes increase susceptibility to infection.
Posted on: Jul 06 10:32

Russian forces destroyed two US-made rocket launchers in Donbass, the defense ministry said on Wednesday.

The US provided Kiev with eight High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS) and ammunition since the beginning of the Russian military offensive in Ukraine, according to a Pentagon fact sheet published on Tuesday.

“In the area of the settlement of Malotaranovka in the Donetsk People’s Republic, high-precision air-launched missiles destroyed two US-made HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems and two ammunition depots for them,” the Russian military said in a statement.

At the end of June, the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) said that an М142 HIMARS had been used by Ukrainian forces in Donbass, the first time that local authorities reported the US-supplied systems had been used in combat.

Prior to that, the chief of Ukraine’s General Staff, Valery Zaluzhny, posted a video, purporting to show pro-Kiev forces operating the long-range rocket system.

On June 23, Ukrainian Defense Minister Alexey Reznikov welcomed the arrival of HIMARS and expressed gratitude to his “American colleague and friend Lloyd Austin (the Pentagon chief) for these powerful tools.”

“Summer will be hot for Russian occupiers. And the last one for some of them,” he wrote on Twitter.

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Posted on: Jul 06 10:31

Singer Katy Perry, actress Jessica Chastain, reality TV personality and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian and other female celebrities used their own platforms to "cancel" this Independence Day on Monday, following the Supreme Court recent decree overturning Roe v. Wade, which had previously made abortion legal in the United States.

Posted on: Jul 06 10:08

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, sold her soul and credibility by operating as imperial tool for hegemon USA — in flagrant breach of her mandate.

The agency is no longer impartial, nor has it been for years.

It abandoned UN Charter principles, while reinterpreting what respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms are all about.

Under Bachelet and her new millennium predecessors, the agency has notoriously served hegemon USA’s diabolical agenda on the world stage.

It’s evident in its June 29 report, titled “Situation of human rights in Ukraine in the context of the armed attack by the Russian Federation.”

Posted on: Jul 06 09:57

In a new interview Tuesday, US envoy Robert Malley continued to play up the myth of Iran imminently being nuclear armed, claiming to be “alarmed” by the progress made in enrichment by the Iranians.

Malley then went down the always-incorrect, familiar road, claiming Iran could build a bomb within weeks “if it so chooses.” He added that they already have enough uranium.

There are occasions of being wrong, and those of being deliberately misleading, and this could well be the second half. The narrative has enormous holes.

To make a nuclear weapon, Iran would need 90% enriched uranium, weapons-grade. The estimates are for around 15 kg of such uranium per weapon, and Iran has not a single gram, never having even attempted to enrich to such levels.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:56

Russia said on Tuesday it was investigating the torture of Russian soldiers held prisoner in Ukraine and recently released as part of a prisoner swap with Kyiv in late June.

The Russian Investigative Committee, which probes major crimes, said in a statement that it was “verifying facts of inhuman treatment of Russia soldier prisoners in Ukraine.”

Last week Moscow and Kyiv exchanged 144 prisoners of war each — the biggest exchange since the start of Moscow’s Ukraine campaign launched on February 24.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:55

The Supreme Court has spoken: there will be no consequences for cops who brutalize the citizenry and no justice for the victims of police brutality.

Although the Court’s 2021-22 rulings on qualified immunity for police who engage in official misconduct were largely overshadowed by its politically polarizing rulings on abortion, gun ownership and religion, they were no less devastating.

The doctrine of qualified immunity was intended to insulate government officials from frivolous lawsuits, but the real purpose of qualified immunity is to ensure that government officials are not held accountable for official misconduct.

In Egbert v. Boule, the Court gave total immunity to Border Patrol agents who beat up a bed-and-breakfast owner, in the process carving out a massive exception to the Fourth Amendment for border police (and by extension, other federal police) who unconstitutionally use excessive force. As journalist Ian Millhiser concludes, “Egbert v. Boule is a severe blow to the proposition that law enforcement must obey the Constitution.”

In Cope v. Cogdill, the Court let stand a Fifth Circuit ruling that granted qualified immunity to jail officials who watched a suicidal inmate strangle himself without intervening or calling for help. Likewise, in Ramirez v. Guadarrama, the Court let stand a lower court ruling granting qualified immunity to police officers who fired their tasers at a suicidal man who had doused himself in gasoline, causing the man to burst into flames.

Both Cope and Ramirez move the goal posts for the kind of misconduct that merits qualified immunity, suggesting that even sheer incompetence is excusable when it involves a cop.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:54

The number of children in the United States being diagnosed with autism has rocketed in recent years, a new study finds.

Researchers Guangdong Pharmaceutical University, in China, found that 3.49 percent of U.S. children and adolescents - or around one-in-every-30 - had autism in 2020.

This is a sharp 52 percent rise from the 2.29 percent of youths in America that had the condition in 2017.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:54

The Canadian soldier who recently led a protest march to Ottawa is now facing a court martial for having spoken out against the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine requirements while wearing his uniform. 

Warrant Officer James Topp was recently notified that he will be allowed to have his case heard in a military court instead of by his chain of command, according to the army reservist's civilian lawyer. 

Phillip Millar said the decision represents a second about-face after the military initially offered his client a court martial when he was charged in February, only to rescind the offer and send his case to Topp's unit commanders. 

"It's hard to know what they're doing, because I don't think they really know what they're doing," said Millar. "But now they're saying it's a court martial." 

The decision raises the stakes for Topp, according to military law experts. Courts martial are allowed to impose heavier sentences against Armed Forces members than if they are tried by their chain of command in what is known as a summary trial.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:52
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Posted on: Jul 06 09:50

Airlines reported 121,918 U.S. air travel cancellations between Jan. 1-June 29, Newsweek reported, based on data supplied by FlightAware.

That number exceeded the 121,552 canceled flights for all of 2021, and puts 2022 on route to be the most deterimental nonpandemic year for cancellations, beating 2019 (170,632).

Airlines also have undergone an upsurge in flight delays, with 20.2% of flights — more than 890,000 — being delayed so far in 2022, compared to 13.1% in the first half of 2021, FlightAware data show.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:50

Another crisis actor spewing utter bullshit to deceive the masses. I guarantee everyone on social media will be chanting this was real, a "FED op" etc. The majority still cannot see a fake, staged event.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:49

More than 5 million barrels of oil that were part of a historic U.S. emergency reserves release to lower domestic fuel prices were exported to Europe and Asia last month, according to data and sources, even as U.S. gasoline and diesel prices hit record highs.

The export of crude and fuel is blunting the impact of the moves by U.S. President Joe Biden to lower record pump prices. Biden on Saturday renewed a call for gasoline suppliers to cut their prices, drawing criticism from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

About 1 million barrels per day is being released from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) through October. The flow is draining the SPR, which last month fell to the lowest since 1986. U.S. crude futures are above $100 per barrel and gasoline and diesel prices above $5 a gallon in one-fifth of the nation. U.S. officials have said oil prices could be higher if the SPR had not been tapped.

“The SPR remains a critical energy security tool to address global crude oil supply disruptions,” a Department of Energy spokesperson said, adding that the emergency releases helped ensure stable supply of crude oil.

The fourth-largest U.S. oil refiner, Phillips 66, shipped about 470,000 barrels of sour crude from the Big Hill SPR storage site in Texas to Trieste, Italy, according to U.S. Customs data. Trieste is home to a pipeline that sends oil to refineries in central Europe.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:48

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will face questions in parliament followed by a grilling by senior lawmakers on Wednesday, with his premiership on the brink after a slew of resignations from ministers saying he was not fit to govern.

Johnson's finance and health secretaries quit on Tuesday, along with a number of junior ministers, saying they could no longer stay in government in the wake of the latest of a series of scandals to have blighted his administration in recent months.

A growing number of lawmakers in his ruling Conservative Party have said the game is up for Johnson. But he showed his determination to remain in office by appointing Nadhim Zahawi, previously education minister, as his new finance minister, and filling some of the other vacancies.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:47

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) returned from a visit to Turkey over the weekend, stating he will do everything in his power to close a sale of F-16 fighter jets to Ankara.

President Biden signaled his backing for the weaponry sale to Turkey in an announcement on Thursday, expressing optimism that Congress will pass this measure.

Biden had met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan the day prior, but shut down the idea that the suggested deal was a “quid pro quo” for Turkey backing Finland and Sweden’s applications to join the NATO military alliance.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:47

Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Tuesday told French President Emmanuel Macron the “world must respond” to Iran’s malign nuclear activities, in the new Israeli premier’s first diplomatic visit since the Knesset dispersed in a dramatic showdown last week.

“Back in 2018 you were the first world leader to talk about the need for a new deal with Iran,” Lapid said alongside the French leader in front of the Elysee presidential palace.

“You were right then, and you are even more right today,” Lapid said, adding: “The current situation cannot continue as it is. It will lead to a nuclear arms race in the Middle East, which would threaten world peace.”

Recent efforts by world powers to revive the tattered Obama-led 2015 nuclear deal have failed.

Macron was more tempered in his remarks to Lapid, saying he still stood by the deal.

“I would like to remind you once again of our desire to conclude the negotiations on a return to respect for the JCPOA as soon as possible,” Macron said.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:39

The timing was lethal. At the very moment the TV channels were running a pre-recorded interview with Boris Johnson, in which the Prime Minister was begging his peers and the country for his political life, Rishi Sunak released his damning resignation letter.

Only minutes earlier, Health Secretary Sajid Javid – Sunak’s predecessor as Chancellor – had also quit. One bullet to wound the boss. Another to finish him off.

Sunak and Javid are friends. Last night, few believed the claims that the timing of their double resignation was pure coincidence.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:39

The Prime Minsiter has been hit with the fresh resignations as Laura Trott, Will Quince, Robin Walker, John Glen, Felicity Buchan, Bim Afolami, Victoria Atkins, Jo Churchill and Stuart Andrew step down over his leadership. Chris Heaton-Harris, the Chief Whip, is reportedly meeting with Mr Johnson to tell him the "game is up". Despite the backlash, Mr Johnson is determined to fight on, asked by one aide if he would resign, he replied "f*** that". He was rocked on Tuesday by a double Cabinet resignation with Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid leaving their posts in protest of his leadership. Within 10 minutes of each other, both launched scathing attacks on Mr Johnson’s integrity, with Mr Sunak saying he had resigned because high standards in politics were “worth fighting for” and that “we cannot continue like this”. Meanwhile, Mr Sunak suggested the country no longer believed the Government to be "competent" or "working in the public interest". 

Posted on: Jul 06 09:38

At a white-tablecloth dinner on the second floor of an Italian bistro in Dupont Circle, two Ukrainian fighter pilots took a break from the battlefield to describe facing off with Russian jets above Kyiv to a rapt group of reporters.

The four journalists chimed in with questions. Do the Ukrainians really want MIGs, the outdated Soviet-designed fighter jets? What was their message for an American audience more concerned with high oil prices than Russian threats, one that might even blame gas prices on US support for Ukraine?

“Um, this is a tricky one,” an American PR executive interjected, “but answer carefully.”

“You tell me if it’s off the record,” one of the pilots said, to laughs.

“It’s just that Russia is a really big threat,” he continued. “If it’s not stopped right now, right here in Ukraine, on the ground, and with the sanction pressure, the rest of this democratic world could find themselves in a much, much worse situation.”

“Well said, bravo,” the PR executive said.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:37

Moscow sees Ukraine as a starting point for future moves in the region, the Ukrainian president says

Russia could use Ukraine as a starting point for attacks on other European states, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said. He asked the West for security guarantees that Ukraine could enjoy while not being a member of the US-led military bloc NATO.

“We need a system of security guarantees, which would be effective even while we are not part of the alliance,” Zelensky said on Tuesday at a roundtable hosted by The Economist.

“Russia views the territory of our country as a foothold for capturing other European states. Which means, to ensure the security of Ukraine is to provide long-term security for the whole of Europe.”

He argued that “gray zones” in European security have made it possible for Russia to send troops to Ukraine.

Posted on: Jul 06 09:36

At age 99, Henry Kissinger finds himself worried about the country and the world.

The former secretary of state has written yet another book, his 19th, this one profiling six leaders who managed tumultuous change in the aftermath of two World Wars. Does he see any comparably "transcendent" leaders that, in his view, the times today demand?

After a pause, Kissinger replied with a single word: "No."

After a moment, he added one more. "Painful," he said.

"In fairness to the current leaders, they haven't had quite the occasion yet, either," he went on in an interview with USA TODAY at his office on Manhattan's Park Avenue. "But you could argue, and I would argue, that great leaders make the occasion."

Posted on: Jul 06 09:35