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A report released by Statistics Canada   (“StatsCan”) on 27 November showed that the number of covid deaths in highly vaccinated Canada rose by 36% last year.  The nation recorded a record number of covid deaths, despite high vaccination uptake and the pandemic being over.

The largest increase was in Atlantic Canada, where number of covid deaths per 100,000 population in 2022 was more than seven times higher than in 2021.  Atlantic Canada also had the highest uptake of covid “vaccines.”

As well as soaring covid deaths, Canadian government data reveals a staggering 135% death spike listed classified as “other ill-defined and unspecified causes of mortality.”

Posted on: Dec 09 03:30

A groundbreaking study found that 17 million people died worldwide after the Covid “vaccine” rollout and therefore should be garnering worldwide attention and calls for an immediate cessation of all Covid vaccines. Instead, it has been CENSORED! The shocking study, COVID-19 vaccine-associated mortality in the Southern Hemisphere, by Drs. Denis Rancourt, Marine Baudin, Joseph Hickey and Jérémie Mercier was published September 17, 2023, yet, also shockingly the study has not had the attention it deserves, but, has met only censorship and narrative-confirming “fact-checks” on the safety and effectiveness of the as-yet untested Covid-19 “vaccines.”

Posted on: Dec 09 03:29

Cybersecurity experts have warned that countless people could lose their savings in the coming years as advancements in AI make it much easier for criminals to get their hands on people’s money.

A lawyer who helps individuals recoup lost savings after being victimized by cybercrimes, Marc Maisch, warned in a recent interview with the German Die Welt newspaper that a major crime wave is on the horizon in which clever cybercriminals could scam millions of people out of their money with help from AI tools.

He explained: “AI is a great tool, but of course cybercriminals also use it to create phishing emails in order to have ChatGPT write malicious code that can be used immediately. And we haven’t yet talked about deepfakes and voice phishing, i.e., faces and voices are recreated.”

Posted on: Dec 09 03:27

In a recent testimony to Israel's finance committee, a female relative of a newly released Israeli captive of the militant group Hamas, claimed that the Israeli military is killing its own people and that Tel Aviv is blocking the victims' families from speaking out.

Noam Dan, whose cousin's husband remains in Hamas custody and who suffered the loss of two other family members in the hostilities, said on Dec. 3 that they used to think the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) knew what they were doing. But they were shocked to realize that the forces did not care who they were attacking. "We know for sure that three people were killed by our fire, three hostages," she declared while demanding to be informed of whether the families of captives "were given up on" by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's administration.

Posted on: Dec 09 03:11

 Amazon’s fledgling generative AI assistant, Q, has been struggling with factual inaccuracies and privacy issues, according to leaked internal communications.

Posted on: Dec 09 03:09

Commenting on the recent discovery of DNA fragments inside Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccine" vials, anatomic clinical pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole revealed to "American Thought Leaders" that these contaminants could be related to the increases in cancer, micro-clotting and autoimmune disease among the fully vaccinated.

"My big concern is the fact that billions of people across the earth have received a product that was overtly contaminated with something that should not have been in the product," Dr. Cole explained. "If I went and bought some meat at the grocery store and they had heavy metal or pesticide toxins, they would pull those from the shelves immediately."

Dr. Cole referenced new research looking at Pfizer's COVID jab vials, which were found to contain molecules derived from Simian Virus 40 (SV40), a known cancer promoter.

Posted on: Dec 09 03:03

Well, Kiev – literally – never sleeps.

This document – attached, and verified at the highest level, is a report on several recon operations on the Ukraine-Belarus border conducted four months ago.

Several Ukrainian Special Ops groups had been engaged in deep recon previous to a possible Hail Mary-style plan: launching an offensive against the territory of Belarus, thus expanding the U.S. proxy war on Russia “multilaterally”.

It’s not clear if this was a Kiev idea; a plan dictated by the NATO masters; or a mix of the two. Minsk, of course, was not exactly observing from a distance.

Posted on: Dec 09 02:56

Germany slashed the number of illegal migrants entering the country in the span of a month after introducing tougher border controls.

Federal government statistics showed that there were around 11,029 "unauthorised entries" into the country over its land borders in November - a huge reduction compared with the 18,384 in the previous month. Much of the decline was from migrants from Poland, the Czech Republic and Switzerland, the borders with which have seen a significant tightening of controls.

Around 900 migrants were found along the Germany-Austria border in November - 493 of which were turned back. But just the month before, nearly 7,000 migrants were found in the region.

Posted on: Dec 09 02:28

If anyone actually cared about these Africans, the last thing they’d do is bring them over to the most expensive and overcrowded cities on earth, where every single item and service costs more than almost anywhere else, and instead try to help them where they are, or as close as possible to where they are.

Posted on: Dec 08 20:59

God save Gaza, but on some level, their sacrifice is going to free the world.

No one can defend Israel after this. No one.

The Holocaust narrative is over. They are no longer the victims.

Posted on: Dec 08 20:58

It’s weird that a state would make you swear allegiance to a foreign state, no?

It almost makes you wonder what exactly is going on.

Oh well. I’m sure it’s very normal.

Posted on: Dec 08 20:57

The latest jobs report for November presents a seemingly positive picture of the U.S. economy, with 199,000 jobs added and a dip in the unemployment rate to 3.7%. However, a closer examination reveals reasons for suspicion.

Economists' expectations were surpassed, but the accuracy of the reported figures is now under scrutiny. Despite mainstream media acclaim, 20% of jobs added in 2023 have been revised away, raising questions about the reliability of the initial data.

Posted on: Dec 08 15:30

This photo collection features historical newspaper clippings showing the strange and sometimes hilarious reasons for divorce that made local headlines in the early part of the 20th century.


From the middle to the end of the 19th century, the divorce rate in the United States increased, and Americans obtained more divorces annually than did all of Europe.


Previously, divorces in the US were granted mainly to the middle and upper classes because of their cost, but the legal process became less expensive.

Posted on: Dec 08 15:07

DETROIT — Gangs from South America are breaking into multi-million dollar homes across the country, including metro Detroit, WXYZ reported.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:45

Many animals were used during World War I. Horses, mules, dogs and pigeons were exposed to poisonous gases, so special protection was necessary for them. Horses were equipped with gas masks on their muzzles and were protected from inhalation of toxic gases such as phosgene.


The horse's eyes were not affected by lachrymatory agents, so their masks consisted only of specially made nasal bags, but unfortunately, the eyes of these animals were vulnerable to the effects of chlorine and vesicatory gases.


Of the millions of British horses sent overseas to help with the war effort, only 62,000 returned home. It is the forgotten tragedy of the Great War - a conflict that, like humans, put many animals in the line of fire. For many years, little was known about the unimaginable suffering of animals being carried across the Channel to the Western Front.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:37

These photographs were taken in 1980 by Bruno Barbie and Karl de Keyser and depict everyday life in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.


By the end of the decade, the Soviet Union was a country that was plunged into chaos, torn apart by natural and industrial disasters, political and economic crises.


Gorbachev's policies of perestroika and glasnost (English: reorganization and opening up) failed to reach Ukraine like other Soviet republics, as Volodymyr Shcherbitsky, a conservative communist appointed by Brezhnev and first secretary of the Ukrainian Communist Party, resigned his post. Had given. 1989.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:34

The Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 was a direct and dangerous confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and was the moment the two superpowers came closest to nuclear conflict.


The crisis was unique in many ways, including calculations and miscalculations, as well as direct and covert communication and miscommunication between the two sides.


The dramatic crisis was also characterized by the fact that it played out primarily at the White House and Kremlin levels, with relatively little input from the relevant bureaucracy that was usually involved in the foreign policy process.


In October 1962, President John F. Kennedy was informed of the discovery of a U-2 spy-plane of Soviet nuclear-tipped missiles in Cuba. The President immediately resolved that this could not be tolerated.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:32

An investigation by two news organizations and two human rights groups made public on Thursday says an Israeli tank shell killed Reuters videographer Issam Abdullah and wounded six other journalists in southern Lebanon in October.


Reports by Reuters, AFP, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch were based on forensic analysis, witness testimony, and interviews with government officials, lawyers, and medical professionals.



The findings are consistent with CNN's analysis of events at the time. The CNN team present in southern Lebanon at that time reported that the shell that attacked the journalists on October 13 had come from Israel.


CNN has asked the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) for comment on the allegations


Israeli government spokesman Ilon Levy said Thursday that he was "not familiar" with the new reports.


"The guiding principle in Israel's campaign against Hamas is that we uphold the principles of international law with respect to proportionality, necessity, distinction," he said. "We target Hamas, we do not target civilians."


AFP and HRW claimed in their reports that the attack was a "deliberate" targeted attack on journalists by Israel. "We do not target journalists," Hecht said in a statement to Reuters. He gave no further comment, the news agency reported.


Posted on: Dec 08 14:29

The 1860s were part of the broader Victorian era, spanning from 1837 to 1901. This period was characterized by strict adherence to social conventions and a deep appreciation for humility and decency.


Posted on: Dec 08 14:28

For example, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan – three landlocked countries – all maintain naval fleets on the vast lake, the Caspian Sea, on which they border. Paraguay has armed patrol boats on the country's major rivers because any enemy nation could reach the heart of Paraguay by traveling upstream through these rivers from the open sea through Argentina. Switzerland – historically neutral, yet one of the most armed countries in the world – also has armed patrol boats to monitor its many lakes. Hungary maintains a full arsenal of ships, including battleships and minesweepers. All of these countries have legitimate reasons for protecting their inland waterways. But Mongolia is another story.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:27

In the early 1960s, the Soviet Union began its Vostok program with a series of unmanned test flights to investigate the possibilities and means for a crewed mission, before sending Yuri Gagarin into space. Korabl-Sputnik 1, known as "Sputnik 4" in the West, was the first test flight of the Vostok program. The 4.5-ton spacecraft carried a variety of scientific instruments, including a television camera and a self-contained biological cabin with a dummy astronaut. The purpose of the mission was to study the operation of life support systems and the stresses of flight.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:25

Playpen sofas of the 1970s were a unique and innovative furniture design that reflected the cultural and design trends of that era.


These sofas were characterized by their modular and versatile nature, often consisting of separate seating units that could be rearranged to create different seating arrangements. The earliest use of the word "playpen" as cited in the Oxford English Dictionary was in 1902.


Made with a range of materials, playpen sofas were a visual feast. Plush upholstery in vibrant, earthy colors, adorned with bold patterns and textures, were the hallmark of these sofas.


Posted on: Dec 08 14:23

Gal Meir Eisenkot, the son of Israeli government minister Gadi Eisenkot, has been killed in northern Gaza, Israeli Defense Forces announced on Thursday.


"Master Sergeant (Res) Gal Meir Eisenkot, 25, of Harlejya, a combat soldier with the 699th Battalion of the 551st Reserve Commando Brigade, was killed in combat in the northern Gaza Strip," the IDF said in a statement.


His father was Chief of the General Staff of the IDF from February 2015 to January 2018 and served in the army for four decades.


In the wake of the 7 October attacks, he joined the wartime cabinet as a minister without portfolio. He is a member of Benny Gantz's National Unity Party, and was elected to the Knesset in 2022.


A total of 88 IDF soldiers have been killed in Gaza since 7 October.

Posted on: Dec 08 14:22

Mara Corday, originally named Marilyn Joan Watts and born on January 3, 1930, is a versatile American personality, best known for her roles as a showgirl, model, actress, Playboy Playmate, and a cultural icon during the 1950s. Known for.


Born in Santa Monica, California, Cordae pursued a career in Hollywood during her teenage years.


She initially worked as a showgirl at the Earl Carroll Theater on Sunset Boulevard, where her physical attractiveness opened the door to modeling opportunities and landed a small role as a showgirl in the 1951 film "Two Tickets to Broadway."


Posted on: Dec 08 14:21