A Canadian broadcaster launched a vicious attack on religious people after Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov refused to take part in warmups to observe “Pride Night” because of his Christian faith.
The celebration of gay culture included players wearing pride-themed jerseys while brandishing hockey sticks wrapped in rainbow-colored tape.
Provorov, a member of the Russian Orthodox Church, said after the game, “I respect everybody and I respect everybody’s choices. My choice is to stay true to myself and my religion.” Flyers head coach John Tortorella defended Provorov, echoing, “He’s being true to himself and to his religion. … It’s one thing I respect about Provy, he’s always true to himself.”
The COVID vaccines cause strokes. There is no doubt about it.
In fact, I’m so sure of this, I will bet anyone $1M that I got it right and the CDC got it wrong by dismissing the signal.
I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is. Are any of the drug companies willing to do that? If they don’t, you should be worried. Very worried.
Surely there is someone at the CDC or FDA who will take my bet? If not, then why not admit the truth: that they have absolutely no confidence at all when they claim that the COVID vaccines don’t cause strokes and there is nothing to worry about.
Will anyone in the entire world take my bet? Of course not. You have to ask yourself, why not? Don’t you believe the CDC? Apparently, NOBODY IN THE ENTIRE WORLD believes them.
In this article, I’m going to prove to you I’m right.
After smashing human rights & civil liberties and trying to enforce Klaus Schwab’s globalist policies upon New Zealand, the stilletoed jackboot has decided to cut and run as she’s hopelessly behind in the polls.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis rejected a bid from the College Board to approve a new African American studies curriculum, reportedly over concerns that it violated a recent ban on indoctrinating students into wokeness.
Tiny protest teen Greta Thunberg has a big secret: Her arrest this week at a protest in Germany was staged, apparently with the help of overly friendly police.
Before we get to the video, I have to give you a tiny bit of background.
The uber-genius class that runs Germany decided it would be a terrific idea to shut down the country’s impressive collection of nuclear power plants without a plan to replace their electrical generation capacity and reliability.
Because Germany might suffer a tsunami like the one that took out Japan’s Fukushima reactor in 2011. Never mind the fact that Germany has about as many tsunamis as Antarctica has forest fires because, seriously, the Fukushima disaster is what got this ball of nuclear-grade stupid rolling in Angela Merkel’s Berlin.
Also, ending zero-carbon nuclear power would save the environment, because reasons.
In a recent study conducted by the Media Research Center, 54 mainstream media figures were tied to George Soros funding. The results of the study suggest that the liberal billionaire’s influence on mainstream media is far-reaching and potentially concerning.
The Media Research Center’s study revealed that Soros’ influence on the media is not limited to major media outlets but rather extends to individual journalists and commentators as well. The report shows that Soros has funded organizations that have, in turn, provided financial support to journalists and progressive media events.
The list of media figures linked to Soros includes household names such as CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Fox News’ Chris Wallace. The list also includes lesser-known journalists, such as National Public Radio’s Mara Liasson, who have been tied to the Open Society Foundations, a non-profit organization founded by Soros.
“George Soros has his tentacles in many, many organizations,” said Brent Bozell, founder, and President of the Media Research Center. “It should come as no surprise that he has a stranglehold on the mainstream media. He is a major funder of progressive causes and has a vested interest in promoting a certain narrative.”
On Wednesday, Rebel News reporters confronted Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual conference in Davos, Switzerland, about his unsafe and ineffective experimental mRNA shots.
Journalist and publisher at Rebel News Canada Ezra Levant and chief correspondent at Rebel News Australia Avi Yemini put Albert Bourla through a grueling questioning that the mainstream media refuse to ask.
This is the same guy who said people who dare ‘spread misinformation’ about Covid vaccines are “criminals.” Bourla said people who circulate misinformation about Covid jabs and dare speak ill of his product are “criminals.”
“Avi Yemini and I were standing on the street at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, when we spotted Albert Bourla, the CEO of Pfizer, walking by,” Levant wrote.
“It was the moment we were waiting for: one of the most hated men in the world going for a leisurely stroll because he assumed he was amongst friends. After all, in the three years since the pandemic began, have you ever seen a journalist ask him a tough question?” he added.
Levant continued, “I walked right up to him and started asking him the questions that millions of people have surely been wondering for years. And a moment later, Avi joined in, making it a sort of walking press conference. And Bourla couldn’t answer a single question.”
Webmaster addition: I find it interesting, indeed alarming, that the CEO of Pfizer is all buddy-buddy with the Davos gang!
While Illinois’ newly-imposed ban on so-called assault weapons and “large capacity” magazines has drawn the ire and objections from gun owners, firearm retailers, and the vast majority of sheriffs (along with many state’s attorneys) in the state, so far, it hasn’t been challenged in court. That’s a matter of “when,” not “if,” however, and a new coalition of 2A groups and advocates have announced they’re putting together an All-Star legal team to file suit in federal court.
The Illinois Gun Rights Alliance is comprised of the Federal Firearms Licensees of Illinois, Aurora Sportsmen’s Club, Guns Save Life, Gun Owners of America, and the State Line Rifle Association, and, according to the organization’s website, the various entities decided to band together because “[w]hen the Illinois General Assembly passed HB5471, and the governor signed it the same day, they proved that no restriction would ever be enough for them.”
In an accompanying press release, the ILGRA announced the formation of its legal team to take on the new ban, headed up by Second Amendment attorney (and California Rifle & Pistol Association president and general counsel) C.D. “Chuck” Michel along with local counsel Mark Shaw and Mike Danforth; two Illinois attorneys with “a combined half-century’s worth of experience in litigating firearms law” both in state and federal court. I’m not all that familiar with Shaw and Danforth, but I’ve been covering Michel’s Second Amendment litigation for close to two decades, and he’s a great pick to head up the lawsuit, particularly given his experience litigating similar bans in California.
The CEO of Moderna, Stephane Bancel, appeared on Wednesday’s episode of ‘Squawk Box’ to talk about the company’s recent successes and the forthcoming release of an RSV mRNA vaccine.
During the discussion, CNBC host Rebecca Quick revealed that Bancel told her during a WEF meeting in 2020 that Moderna was already working on a COVID-19 vaccine, even though the disease did not yet exist at the time. Quick was so amazed at how Moderna was so early in developing the vaccine.
“The last time we were here in Davos in the winter was January 2020. And I saw you at that point, and we were at breakfast right over here. I remember, and you came up to me in this small room, and you were talking about how you had actually you were working on a vaccine for COVID. And at that point, COVID-19 didn’t even really exist in our minds,” Quick told Bancel.
The repetitive applications of vaccine boosters have been brought up in face of continuous emergence of SARS-CoV-2 variants with neutralization escape mutations, but their protective efficacy and potential adverse effects remain largely unknown. Here, we compared the humoral and cellular immune responses of an extended course of recombinant receptor binding domain (RBD) vaccine boosters with those from conventional immunization strategy in a Balb/c mice model. Multiple vaccine boosters after the conventional vaccination course significantly decreased RBD-specific antibody titers and serum neutralizing efficacy against the Delta and Omicron variants, and profoundly impaired CD4+ and CD8+T cell activation and increased PD-1 and LAG-3 expressions in these T cells. Mechanistically, we confirmed that extended vaccination with RBD boosters overturned the protective immune memories by promoting adaptive immune tolerance. Our findings demonstrate potential risks with the continuous use of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine boosters, providing immediate implications for the global COVID-19 vaccination enhancement strategies.
Stop the War Coalition have announced a National Demonstration on Saturday 25th February to call for an end to the war in Ukraine and demand that all sides engage in peace talks immediately.
The demonstration will call for the British government to halt its continuing supply of armaments to Ukraine which are only escalating the conflict and doing nothing to bring about an end to the fighting. This follows Rishi Sunak's announcement at the weekend that 14 Challenger 2 battle tanks are to be sent to the war-torn nation.
The march in Central London will mark the dreadful one year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine which Stop the War Coalition opposed from the very start. The slogans of the demonstration are as follows:
Peace Talks Now - No to the War in Ukraine - No to the Russian Invasion - No to NATO - No to Nuclear War.
In response to the announcement about British tanks being sent to Ukraine, Stop the War Convenor, Lindsey German said:
“This is another example of the British government leading the charge for more militarism.
Tech executives whose online platforms routinely fail to protect children from "online harm" will face criminal charges and up to two years in jail, after UK ministers reached a deal this week.
Rishi Sunak was facing the prospect of defeat in a Commons vote on Tuesday after a rebel amendment to the online safety bill won opposition support. However, supporters have now withdrawn the amendment after the government agreed to change the legislation. -The Guardian
As part of the agreed upon legislation, senior managers at tech firms who ignore child safety warnings from Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, would be held criminally liable over content deemed 'harmful.' Examples include the promotion of self-harm and eating disorders.
So basically, anything 'they' don't like and deem 'harmful.'
Elon Musk is taking shots at the World Economic Forum after Klaus Schwab, the chairman of the World Economic Forum, spoke about trying to “master the future”.
Schwab is said to be the leading proponent of what he calls “stakeholder capitalism.” This appears to be the comment with which Elon Musk took the most issue. He was speaking at an awards ceremony for so-called “cultural leaders” on topics such as climate change. He was honored for his contributions to those topics and went out of his way to discuss mastering the future.
The Republican Party has proposed a bill that would eliminate the need for the Internal Revenue Service and the need to pay income taxes.
The idea hits at the heart of the Democrat's lust for money.
President Joe Biden did not take long to speak out against the bill. He promises to veto the bill if it ever makes it to his desk. He cannot seem to bring himself to give Americans a break.
Republicans want to set up a tax system called the “Fair Tax.” The states would control this type of tax system. But Biden is all about power and having control. He cannot sign a bill that would give away his power.
Thousands of people from around the world have answered Ukraine’s call to arms and have traveled to the country to fight, with around 100 foreign nationals killed on the battlefield over the last year in addition to more than 1,000 wounded, the Washington Post reported.
In a series of interviews with foreign volunteers, the Post highlighted a range of different motivations driving the fighters. While some had found a new sense of purpose in Ukraine’s cause, others “seemed more interested in posing for Instagram than committing to the drudgery of trench warfare,” or were “too eager to live out fantasies from the Call of Duty video game.” A smaller number have “faced more serious allegations of theft or sexual assault,” or were fleeing legal trouble at home.
“There’s a part of me that’s doing it for the right reasons, and there’s part of me that’s doing it for the violence. It’s kind of a bit of both,” a British fighter told the outlet.
The New York Timesreported Wednesday that the US is warming to the idea of helping Ukraine strike Crimea, something the Biden administration has previously avoided due to the risk of provoking a major response from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Citing unnamed US officials, the report said that after months of discussions with Ukrainian officials, the administration is now “starting to concede that Kyiv may need the power to strike the Russian sanctuary, even if such a move increases the risk of escalation.”
President Biden is still holding off sending the longer-range missiles that could hit targets in Crimea that Ukraine is seeking. But the US is discussing with Ukrainian officials how to attack the land bridge to Crimea Russia has secured for itself using US-provided weapons, such as US-provided HIMARS rocket systems and Bradley Fighting Vehicles.
The US will "soon" have laws to punish "illegal hate speech," EU Commission VP for Values and Transparency Vera Jourova told the World Economic Forum on Tuesday.
"Illegal hate speech, which you will have soon also in the U.S. I think that we have a strong reason why we have this in the criminal law," Jourova said.
Webmaster addition: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." The First Amendment
Scientists on top of a Swiss mountain shot laser pulses into a stormy sky to guide lightning for the first time. This might pave the way for laser-based lightning protection systems for rocket launchpads, military bases, airports, and supertall buildings. There hasn't been an advance like this in lightning technology since Benjamin Franklin installed the first lightning rod in the 1750s, following an experiment flying a kite with a large metal key during a thunderstorm.
Webmaster addition: Interestingly enough, lightning rods are mentioned in the bible!
Federal bureaucrats use proxies to stifle all kinds of activities they don’t like. The “Twitter Files” are revealing this tactic to a new wave of Americans, but it has been around a long time.
The bureaucratic assault on the First Amendment is part of a larger movement to end personal liberty. The ultimate goal may be to assume financial control over the populace through implementation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC).
If officials can replace the existing currencies with digital, programmable money, they will claim the power to dictate if, when, and where individuals can spend money as well as what they can spend it on.
Those who question whether forces inside the federal government are actually pursuing such power may wish to review recent history around the Federal Reserve note "dollar."
The effort to control people by targeting their money escalated in 1970 with the Bank Secrecy Act. It targeted cash specifically by requiring banks to report transactions involving more than $10,000.