"Whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce, and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate." -- President James A. Garfield, two weeks before he was assassinated

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Last Wednesday, The Telegraph published an article on a study that showed one in four who had Moderna or Pfizer Covid jabs experienced an unintended immune response.  This “unintended immune response,” The Telegraph reported, was created by a “glitch” in the way the vaccine was read by the body.

The Telegraph went on to say that “mRNA vaccines were affected by the glitch but no adverse effects were created, Cambridge researchers say.”

“If Kevin McKernan’s SV40 monkey-virus discovery tossed a hand-grenade into Pfizer’s machine-gun bunker, this carefully-written study dropped a tactical nuke on Pfizer’s Pacific Fleet anchoring at Hawaii,” Jeff Childers wrote.

Posted on: Dec 10 17:29

As inflation continues to take a toll on consumers' wallets, a surprising sentiment is emerging – more than a third of consumers, including new homeowners, are willing to embrace a recession if it brings down soaring prices. This sentiment is revealed in a recent survey conducted by Morning Consult, shedding light on the frustrations of individuals grappling with the impact of prolonged inflation.

Posted on: Dec 10 16:57
Posted on: Dec 10 16:56

A deputy U.S. Marshal has been accused of sexually assaulting a passenger on board a transatlantic flight.

The incident allegedly took place while the man was travelling to London as one of two deputies responsible for extraditing a criminal defendant.

WNBC reports that the man is currently in custody after a woman complained that she had been unwillingly assaulted during a Delta Air Lines flight from New York JFK to London Heathrow.

The arrest has since been confirmed by Delta.

Posted on: Dec 10 13:23
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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a health alert on Thursday to inform clinicians and health departments nationwide about the emergence and spread of a deadly subtype of the monkeypox virus, known as Clade I, predominantly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

This health advisory, part of the CDC’s Health Alert Network (HAN), underscores the necessity for heightened vigilance, particularly among travelers returning from the DRC. Clade I, distinguished as a distinct genetic grouping of the monkeypox virus, has not been reported in the United States to date, according to the health alert.

There is currently an outbreak of deadly monkeypox in 22 out of 26 provinces, including urban areas in Congo.

Posted on: Dec 10 13:04
World War III, cyber-attacks, and economic meltdowns could change life forever; all three scenarios are simmering and ready to explode.

Chanukah is underway and Christmas is just a couple of weeks off. Another year will go by the wayside.

As we approach December 31, you will hear people chirping on social media that they are glad such a bad year is fading into the rearview mirror and how much they are looking forward to brighter times in 2024.

These people are not awake. Don’t get lulled into their fantasyland.

It’s more likely that we will look back on 2023 as perhaps the last year in which we enjoyed a somewhat normal life here in America, still perched atop the global order and enjoying all the benefits of that status. Our dollars still buy food for our Christmas table and energy to heat our homes, even if it’s more expensive than in previous years.

Posted on: Dec 10 12:58

Soft landing my a**, BTFP is going up again and I would love to know which regional banks are borrowing this time. Also it says on their website that BTFP ends on March 11, 2024 what happens the next day. The banks get their garbage collateral back which is still under water looking at the current yield curve. What happens if people and institutions want to withdraw money?

Posted on: Dec 10 12:48

Congress’ compromise defense bill pauses the Navy recruiting program that platformed a drag queen.

The Gateway Pundit reported that, while America’s military has seen plummeting recruiting numbers, the Navy used a drag queen to try to convince young Americans to join the branch.

A report from the Daily Caller revealed the Navy thought utilizing  Yeoman 2nd Class Joshua Kelley, a biological male who goes by the stage name “Harpy Daniels,” as Navy’s “Digital Ambassador” would somehow inspire future warriors.

The Digital Ambassador initiative in which Kelley participated ran from October 2022 to March 2023.

Posted on: Dec 10 12:44

Security researchers developed a new attack, which they named AutoSpill, to steal account credentials on Android during the autofill operation.

In a presentation at the Black Hat Europe security conference, researchers from the International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) at Hyderabad said that their tests showed that most password managers for Android are vulnerable to AutoSpill, even if there is no JavaScript injection.

Posted on: Dec 10 12:16

Roughly 38% of applications using the Apache Log4j library are using a version vulnerable to security issues, including Log4Shell, a critical vulnerability identified as CVE-2021-44228 that carries the maximum severity rating, despite patches being available for more than two years.

Log4Shell is an unauthenticated remote code execution (RCE) flaw that allows taking complete control over systems with Log4j 2.0-beta9 and up to 2.15.0.

The flaw was discovered as an actively exploited zero-day on December 10, 2021, and its widespread impact, ease of exploitation, and massive security implications acted as an open invitation to threat actors.

The circumstance prompted an extensive campaign to notify affected project maintainers and system administrators, but despite numerous warnings, a significant number of organizations continued to use vulnerable versions long after patches became available.

Posted on: Dec 10 12:14

Migrants recently released by the Border Patrol waited patiently to board flights leaving the region at the Tucson International Airport on Friday afternoon. The event marks their last day on the southwest border and their first day of free movement across the United States.

Despite the firm requirements for United States citizens and legally admitted international travelers to possess valid forms of identification to board aircraft, the migrants were shuffled through a “special” security screening line set up by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), specifically for migrants — many without any identification whatsoever.

Posted on: Dec 10 11:57