Several scientific studies have emerged that call into question the safety and effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines, raising alarm bells about the potential harm they may cause and their ability to prevent infection and transmission.

The findings of these studies are disturbing and suggest that vaccinated individuals may be at higher risk of contracting and spreading the alleged Covid-19 virus.

They also suggest that the “vaccines” may increase susceptibility to infection.

These revelations have serious implications for the still ongoing vaccination efforts and call into question the wisdom of ever mandating the public to take these experimental injections.

Because the evidence is now clear.

According to three individual studies published by the US Centers for Disease Control, the UK Government, and Oxford University, Covid-19 vaccines are harmful and ineffective.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:45

In early December, the Ministry of National Defense published the number of people who may be called up for active military service in 2023 and those who can serve in the reserve. In total, the call can get 250,000. reserve soldiers, unless they are 55 years old or do not perform an important function.

Such people are to be invited to military recruitment centers, where they will be presented with a proposal for reserve exercises. During the exercises, recruits will familiarize themselves with military equipment and will be assigned to a specific military unit.

It will be possible to choose the date of the exercise and the unit in which the exercise will be carried out. It is possible to appeal against the decision within 14 days. The refusal will have to be justified, e.g. by health or professional situation.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:44

The 34-year-old comedian has been using the opiate fentanyl since the emergence of the coronavirus pandemic and commonly checks in and out of rehabilitation centers. With his addiction, he wakes up some mornings homeless on the streets of Southern California.

“You are talking on the phone to a guy about to get his drugs right now,” he said slurring his words off of Huntington Beach’s 17th Street. “And you just missed me getting shaken down by some guy over here.”

A homeless man contorts his body while working off a drug high in Santa Ana, Calif., on June 28, 2022. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)

The “guy” Pete was referencing, a drug dealer, did not give Pete the drugs he wanted. Instead, he paid a nearby homeless individual $80 to help him track down a dealer.

“I would say that the easiest cities to get [fentanyl] in Orange County would be either Costa Mesa or Santa Ana,” Pete said the morning after being arrested for public drunkenness by Newport Beach Police.

“You can ask any homeless person and they can tell you where to find fentanyl to inject or smoke,” he said.

Dealers which are nicknamed “Fentanyl Fairies” blend in with local homeless populations, even sometimes pushing shopping carts that appear to be filled with their belongings.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:38

The blockade of Nagorno-Karabakh – a mountainous region internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but under effective Armenian control for three decades – is entering its fourth week. Reports highlight the rapidly dwindling supply of medicine, foodstuffs, and other essentials with seemingly no resolution in sight. Preoccupied with its war in Ukraine, Russia, the region’s historic referee, has shown itself to be either unwilling or unable to end the ongoing crisis. 

Azerbaijani self-described eco-activists have been blocking the Lachin Corridor, the only road connecting Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenia proper, for almost a month. They are demanding a halt to what they claim are illegal mining practices on Azerbaijani territory, as well as the transfer of weapons (specifically mines) through the corridor.

Officials in the region’s de facto capital, Stepanakert, have invited international experts to inspect the mines, which they say are operating “in the best standards,” and have rejected Baku’s claims that the road is being used to transport arms. However, Azerbaijan continues to press the issue of arms transfers on the international stage.

These issues risk reigniting the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan, with potentially disastrous consequences for regional stability as a weakened Russia may no longer be able to keep the peace. 

Posted on: Jan 11 08:35

A majority of the white ethnicities, such as the French Huguenots, the Irish, the Scots, and others, came to the original colonies to escape oppression and persecution. Some came as slaves. English debtors were sold into indentured servitude to cover their debts.

The notion of Woke white liberals that only blacks were enslaved is historical ignorance. There were more white slaves in history than black. Arab slave traders raided the coastal cities of Italy and France. Arabs captured Americans off of merchant ships, causing the Founding Fathers to send the US Marines to the shores of Tripoli. Why are only black descendants of former slaves entitled to reparations?

The white American liberals have concocted a fiction that only white Americans are responsible for slavery. The truth of the matter is that white Americans have no responsibility for slavery. Every black purchased as a member of an agricultural work force in America was enslaved long before arriving in the British colonies of North America which became later the United States. They were enslaved by the African slave wars between black tribes or kingdoms, among which the black king of Dahomey was supreme.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:32

The European Union will expand sanctions pressure on Russia, as well as on those who provide military assistance to the Russian Federation, such as Belarus and Iran. This was stated on Tuesday by the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen at a press conference in NATO after the signing of the declaration on EU-NATO cooperation.

"We will continue the sanctions pressure on the Kremlin for as long as necessary. We will also expand sanctions against those who provide military support to Russia, such as Belarus and Iran," she said.

The head of the European Commission called for the provision of any weapons Ukraine needs. "I think Ukraine should get all the weapons it needs, including advanced air defense systems," she said. The head of the European Council, Charles Michel, also agreed with von der Leyen. "I support this position. The European Council has called many times to increase aid to Ukraine," he added.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:28

Panic and fear spread throughout the special operations community at Fort Bragg and Fayetteville, North Carolina as CID and FBI agents investigated members of 3rd Special Forces Group and Delta Force who allegedly were involved in drug and in one instance human trafficking, according to nearly a dozen current and former military sources.

The arrests began Thursday, Jan. 5 and culminated with a 100% recall and accountability formation for 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group yesterday.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:27

The leader of the Israeli opposition party, Benny Gantz, called on Sunday for citizens to take to the streets in protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposed judicial overhaul, The Middle East Monitor reported.

Gantz, Israel’s former Defence Minister, argued that the majority of Israelis oppose what he described as Netanyahu’s “coup d’etat”.

Speaking at a party meeting in parliament, Gantz said that Netanyahu’s judicial reform plan will lead to “civil war” and stressed that, “It’s time to go out en masse and demonstrate; it’s time to make the country tremble.”

However, Netanyahu told his party that he is trying to “return Israel to the correct balance” between political and judicial authorities, similar to that in the US and EU countries.

Gantz warned Netanyahu that if he continues on this path, he will be responsible for a “civil war” in Israel.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:26

On 10 January 2022, in the late afternoon, official media sources of the Russian Wagner PMC stated that the cirty of Soledar had been captured by Russian units.

Soledar was one of the key points of defence of the AFU in the East of Ukraine. The city is home to Europe’s largest salt production facility.

Evgeny Prigoggin, head of the Wagner PMC, announced:
“Wagner PMC units have taken control of the entire territory of Soledar. A cauldron has been formed in the centre of the city, where urban fighting is taking place. The number of prisoners will be announced tomorrow.
I should like to stress once again that no units other than those of the Wagner Cheka were involved in the storming of Soledar.”

Posted on: Jan 11 08:24

A member of Israel's government said he prefers "Jewish murderers over Arab murderers" during a heated parliamentary committee meeting, in the latest example of Benjamin Netanyahu's new administration veering to the racist far right.

Hanoch Milwidsky, a lawmaker from Netanyahu's Likud party, said "crude tools" must be used against Palestinians who carry out deadly attacks against Israelis, including the death penalty, stripping Palestinian citizens of Israel of their citizenship and retaliating against suspects' families.

The statement prompted a heated exchange with Ahmad Tibi, a Palestinian member of Israel's parliament, who said Milwidsky's proposal unfairly targets Palestinians in Israel, occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:23

Israeli forces arrested 20 Palestinians in the West Bank on Tuesday in a campaign overnight in Bethlehem, Jenin, Nablus, Ramallah and Hebron.

In Nablus, Israeli forces raided the western part of the city and arrested a Palestinian in his twenties after surrounding the building he works in.

"Occupation forces entered Nablus after dawn with armoured vehicles and surrounded a building in the Rafidia neighbourhood," Ameen Abu Wardeh, a local journalist in Nablus, told The New Arab.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:23

The Mayor of El Paso took one look at the empty streets around the Greyhound Bus terminal where migrants had once slept, and the trickle of new arrivals crossing the Rio Grande river, and realized that President Joe Biden may leave his border city with the idea that the crisis was over.

So, he took matters into his own hands.

Oscar Leeser, a Democrat who has clashed with the Biden administration over its handling of the border crisis, printed out a selection of images he had taken with his phone.

'To ensure President Biden received an accurate and full picture of what El Paso has been dealing with since August, I met with him privately and presented him a binder with photographs of my personal visits to the different migrant crossing and gathering areas over the last 6 months at different times of the day and night,' he said. 

Posted on: Jan 11 08:21

Illinois lawmakers have changed the state’s election laws to explicitly allow county clerks and other election authorities to verify mail-in ballots using a process a judge had ruled was illegal, as it “would be an obvious way to commit ballot fraud.”

Last week, the Democrat-dominated Illinois General Assembly granted final approval to the legislation known as House Bill 45.

The legislation makes a number of changes to the state Election Code and the state’s Circuit Courts Act to establish so-called judicial subcircuits and resident judgeships in county courts in and around Champaign and Winnebago counties.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:19

Now that the battle for Speaker of the House is over, Republicans are moving on to the next battle.

Ronna McDaniel is the incumbent RNC chair and she wants another term.

However, a growing number of conservatives want to see a change in leadership.

Republicans in Alabama and Louisiana are the latest to join the fight.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:18

Robert Kennedy, Jr. joined Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night to discuss a lawsuit he filed against the Trusted News Initiative (TNI).

TNI is a partnership of several big news outlets the AP, Reuters, the Washington Post aligned with big tech companies like Facebook and Google and founded by the BBC. TNI has admitted its mission is to stop “the title wave of unchecked reporting that’s being piped through mainly digital platforms.” As Tucker Carlson reported, “The initiative has censored an awful lot of people, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Whom history will vindicate completely.”

On Tuesday night Robert Kennedy Jr., the founder of Children’s Health Defense Organization, discussed the lawsuit with Tucker Carlson.

Robert Kennedy Jr.: Thank you Tucker. You and I know that from the “Twitter Files” that…  The White House and other government agencies were colluding with social media sites and with other news organizations to censor criticism of government policies.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:10

As you’ve heard, ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence text generator that is quite good at understanding English language prompts, and surprisingly not bad at generating plausible-sounding, but often inaccurate and seldom if ever insightful responses. The AI doesn’t exactly understand what it is saying, so much as it has already read colossal amounts of human-generated online text and can string words together that go together without being exactly plagiarism, at a kind of an A minus high school student prose style level.

The more informative you make the prompt, the more intelligent the response sounds as it feeds your own question back to you. For example, I just finished reading a moderately famous century-old novel, Aldous Huxley’s debut novel, Crome Yellow, which is reasonably good if you don’t expect a plot—it’s more like a collection of amusing short stories told by the guests at the country mansion of Crome, kind of like the Decameron.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:07

Rudderless, leaderless, aimless, the American Right has never seemed so utterly impotent—and yet has never had such a glorious opportunity to act on immigration since President Donald Trump missed his chance in 2017. President Joe Biden has made perhaps his greatest mistake by dumping the immigration issue at the Republicans’ feet, at a time when border security has utterly collapsed, a cartel war is underway, and a recession is about to hit while politicians send our money overseas. The GOP can generate momentum by focusing on border security first, before even debating what is to be done with illegals who are occupying the country. My suggestion: By aiming small, by focusing on border security and the incompetence or treason of DHS Alejandro Mayorkas, the GOP can break the immigration issue out of the ideological ghetto. We can finally discuss what really matters—who owns this country, what it means to be an American, and what we can do about a state that is hostile to the nation.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:06

Todd Bensman of the Center for Immigration Studies has reminded us that Americans, via tax money sent to the Communist-founded United Nations, are paying for their own dispossession and replacement. As Traitor Joe Biden pre-legalizes “migrants” while still in their home countries, the U.N. will send plenty of cash for their march to the border.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:06

Prince Harry’s confessions of murder in Afghanistan have been met with a backlash from the media, commentators, army veterans, and even the Taliban, while Buckingham Palace kept silent on its widely leaked contents.

Revelations in his newly published memoir book, including the murder of 25 Taliban soldiers while serving with the British army in Afghanistan, have prompted both condemnation and derision from different groups.

In an interview with Forces News, retired colonel Tim Collins, who led a British battalion in Iraq in 2003, condemned Harry’s revelation and depicted it as a “tragic money-making scam”, saying that the prince’s kill-count talk was crass and “we don’t do notches on the rifle butt”.

“Having trashed his birth family, Harry has now turned against the other family, the military, that once embraced him,” he added.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:03

Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador challenged U.S. President Joe Biden to end an attitude of “abandonment” and “disdain” for Latin America and the Caribbean as the two leaders met on Monday, making for a brusque opening to a summit of North American leaders.

The comments were a stark contrast to the public display of affection between López Obrador and Biden shortly before, as they smiled and embraced and shook hands for the cameras. But once the two sat down in an ornate room at the Palacio Nacional, flanked by delegations of top officials, it didn’t take long for tensions to bubble to the surface.

Most of the summit’s work will be handled on Tuesday, when the two leaders and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are to hold hours of talks. Migration, both legal and illegal, and border security will be key topics.

On Monday, López Obrador challenged Biden to improve life across the region, telling him that “you hold the key in your hand.”

Posted on: Jan 11 08:02

Republican lawmakers on Tuesday gave their approval to a new House subcommittee designed to probe the “weaponization” of the federal government, giving the panel access to sensitive intelligence and the power to oversee ongoing criminal investigations.

The resolution passed in a party-line vote, 221-211.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:01

Peru's top prosecutor's office on Tuesday said it has launched an inquiry into new President Dina Boluarte and members of her cabinet over violent clashes that have seen at least 40 killed and hundreds injured since early December.

The new government, however, won a vote of confidence in Congress by a wide margin on Tuesday evening. A loss would have triggered a cabinet reshuffle and the resignation of Prime Minister Alberto Otarola.

The inquiry comes after 17 civilians were killed in the country's southern Puno region on Monday - the most lethal day of protests since former President Pedro Castillo was ousted and detained last month. The violence continued on Tuesday with a police officer dying after his car was torched.

Posted on: Jan 11 08:00

The bipartisan consensus in the Beltway on the United States being the ‘indispensable’ world power is usually attributed to the neocons who have been the driving force of the US foreign and security policy in successive administrations since the 1970s.

The op-end in the Washington Post on Saturday titled Time is not on Ukraine’s side, coauthored by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in George W. Bush presidency and Defence Secretary Robert Gates (who served under both Bush and Barack Obama), highlights this paradigm.

Rice and Gates are robust cold warriors who are enthusiastic about NATO’s war against Russia. But their grouse is that President Biden should ‘dramatically’ step up in Ukraine. 

The op-ed harks back to the two world wars that marked the US’ ascendance as world power and warns that the US-led ‘rules-based order’ since 1990 — code word for US global hegemony — is in peril if Biden fails in Ukraine. 

Rice and Gates indirectly acknowledge that Russia is on a winning streak, contrary to the western triumphalist narrative so far. Evidently, the expected Russian offensive ahead is rattling their nerves. 

Posted on: Jan 11 07:59

Square, the payment processing company also known as Block, Inc., has deactivated the account of former Freedom Convoy organizer Chris Barber for “security reasons,” reports news outlet True North.

“We recently reviewed your account, and found activity that our platform is unable to support. Because of this, we are sorry to inform you that your Square account is now deactivated,” the company told Barber in a notice, according to True North journalist Andrew Lawton.

“Unfortunately, we cannot disclose the reason for your account deactivation due to security reasons,” it added.

The cancellation of Barber’s payment processing platform reportedly came in late December 2022, which caused his hoodie and T-shirt brand Big Red Merch to put orders on hold.

“The store will be down as we deal with some unpredicted issues,” reads a notice on its website. “The store will be operational again by the end of next week.”

Posted on: Jan 11 07:57

On December 16, Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced a new defense strategy that doubled Japan’s military spending by 2027. Japan further agreed to acquire offensive weapons and reshape its military command structure for its expanded armed forces.

On December 23, the draft budget was approved by Kishida’s cabinet.

Japan’s dangerous military expansion should set off international alarm bells. This major escalation is taking place based on intense U.S. imperialist pressure. It is the next step in the “Pivot to Asia,” aimed at threatening and surrounding China and attempting to reassert U.S. dominance in the Asia Pacific.

Posted on: Jan 11 07:56

Failed Democrat Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams' Fair Fight Action group has been ordered to pay a quarter-million dollars in legal costs by a federal court.

Fair Fight Action, a voting rights organization founded by Abrams, was ordered to pay $231,303.71 in legal fees after their longtime predominate case, Fair Fight Action v. Raffensperger, came to a close with a federal judge ruling against them in their remaining three claims.

Specifically, the group was ordered to pay $192,628.85 for "printed or electronically recorded transcripts necessarily obtained for use in the case" as well as $38,674.86 for making copies to use in the case.

Posted on: Jan 11 07:54

In a live interview this evening on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman and chief litigation counsel for Children’s Health Defense (CHD), announced that he and several other plaintiffs filed a groundbreaking novel lawsuit making antitrust and constitutional claims against legacy media outlets.

The lawsuit targets the Trusted News Initiative (TNI), a self-described “industry partnership” launched in March 2020 by several of the world’s largest news organizations, including the BBC, The Associated Press (AP), Reuters and The Washington Post — all of which are named as defendants in the lawsuit.

Filed today in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas-Amarillo Division, the lawsuit alleges these outlets partnered with several Big Tech firms to “collectively censor online news,” including stories about COVID-19 and the 2020 U.S. presidential election that were not aligned with official narratives regarding those issues.

Posted on: Jan 11 07:51