"This obsession with the slavery of the Antebellum South, again, it is something that happened in the past. No White person alive today in the United States of America has ever owned a slave. No Black person alive today in the United States of America has ever had to pick cotton.

But the reality is, we are all (White or Black, Brown, Red, Peach Taupe Mauve, Plaid) slaves anyway to the "Infernal" Revenue Service, to the Federal Reserve, to the IMF, to the military industrial complex, to the Medical Industrial complex.  We do not have the freedom to be independent. 

We are forced to buy and to use certain products, to surrender our money for things we don't really want, and that really is an ideal definition of slavery: that your work product is taken away from you and you get nothing in return that you want.

But this obsession with the slavery of the Antebellum South is being fanned up to divide the American people against each other so that we don't unite together against the slavery that is happening in front of us now today. 

You think about that for a while." -- Michael Rivero

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On March 1st, 2024, Elon Musk tweeted on his social media platform ‘X’ referring to an ABC TV news report,

“People, who get their news from legacy TV, live in a fake alternate reality.” (‘legacy’ = the long-lasting impact of particular events, actions, etc. that took place in the past) 

For much of the past week, Western TV News has featured a Second World War anniversary ‘Glorious D-day’ celebration hailing the U.S., British Commonwealth and Canadian amphibious invasion of France on June 6, 1944 as leading to the defeat of Nazi Germany.Political leaders praised the veterans still alive as having successfully fought for ‘freedom!’ Estimated Allied Forces D-day casualties were about 10,000, with 4,000 confirmed dead. [1]

It is agonisingly sad to imagine those, who got killed on D-day following orders to wade forward into the firing line of German gun emplacements, but living in true reality would mean knowing that the Russians, (who were not invited to the D-day celebrations), had, at great human cost, already defeated Germany the year before D-day, during the cataclysmic battles of Stalingrad [2] and Kursk [3] in February and August of 1943, and were by D-day 1944 pushing toward Berlin liberating Nazi concentration camps on the way. [4]

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The BRICS countries, as well as several other states that attended the Swiss-hosted summit on Ukraine did not sign a joint declaration on the results of the talks on Sunday, according to the signatory list.

Earlier in the day, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that the text of the declaration had been finalized and that Kiev’s positions had been taken into account.

The list of countries that signed the final declaration was displayed by the organizers on the screens of the press center at the Buergenstock resort where the summit was held. The document was signed by 80 countries out of 92 present, but Armenia, Bahrain, Brazil, the Holy See, India, Indonesia, Libya, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates did not sign it.

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The new law will automatically register all males between the ages of 18 and 26.  Selective Service will notify in writing every young American male that they have been registered and will prescribe regulations which can require the registrant to provide “date of birth, address, social security account number, phone number and email address….”

There are members of Congress who advocate that young women also be included in any draft, which could bring to 32 million the number of Americans of draft-eligible age.

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Given the conversation on cable news over the weekend, it behooves us at the Breitbart Business Digest to again explain that Donald Trump's proposed tariffs are not necessarily inflationary, and the people telling you that they are are partisan hacks with no credibility on the matter.

President Donald Trump, surrounded by American steel workers, signs the Section 232 Proclamations on Steel and Aluminum Imports which imposed tariffs to protect the American steel industry on March 9, 2018, in the White House. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian via Flickr)

It all (re-)started over the weekend when ABC's Jonathan Karl, an anti-Trump activist who has accused the former president of waging “an assault on truth," spoke with Biden's Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about the former president's prosed tariff scheme – for all of about five seconds.

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A Los Angeles-based doctor said: 'Frozen, masked faces, diminished arm swing, less frequent blinking, [are] likely due to a central neurological disorder like Parkinson's.'

President Joe Biden attends a flags ceremony and skydiving display during the G7 where he appeared to wander off

The plastic surgeon, Dr Sheila Nazarian — who is a Trump supporter — continued in a tweet: 'If this was just a normal, elderly person, I would not post about it. However, perceived weakness in our commander in chief is a national security threat. It affects us all. 

'Right now, we need a leader who exudes power and strength... We need to bring back excellence, merit, and love for America. We need to reign in all this craziness.'

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Breaking news: Conservatives believe in marriage and babies more than liberals do.

This is not exactly a groundbreaking observation. But a recent Pew survey made news last week when it revealed that the political divide over having a family is not just real — it’s spectacular. It’s enormous. There is a full 40-point difference between the two sides on this issue!

“The percent of Trump supporters who say society is “better off if people make marriage and having children a priority is 59%, compared to 19% of Biden voters.” Just 19 percent! 

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With the end of the criminal trial in Manhattan, the lawfare against former President Donald Trump has now come to a halt. 

The criminal cases against Trump in Georgia, Florida, and Washington D.C. are delayed while motions and appeals are pending. It is highly unlikely any of these cases reach trial before the November election. 

Following his conviction in New York last month, President Trump is still awaiting his sentencing hearing on July 11. 

Here’s the latest information you need to know about each case.

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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre unleashed at a reporter asking about Biden's bizarre freezing-up incidents over the past week.

'They are cheap fakes video. They are done in bad faith,' she said.

Jean-Pierre was further pressed over a video last week showing Biden freezing during a Juneteenth concert on the White House lawn.

'The president stood there listening to the music and he didn't dance.'

'Excuse me, I did not know that not dancing was a mental..was a health issue,' she fired back. 'That is a weird thing to actually flag.'

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Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach announced Monday he is suing pharmaceutical giant Pfizer for misleading Kansas residents about the safety and efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine.

During a press conference in Topeka, alongside Deputy Attorney General Fran Oleen and Assistant Attorneys General Kaley Schrader and Melanie Jack, Kobach detailed the allegations lodged against Pfizer.

“Pfizer made multiple misleading statements to deceive the public about its vaccine at a time when Americans needed the truth,” said Kobach.

The complaint, lodged today in Thomas County District Court, accuses Pfizer of misleading Kansans about the vaccines’ risks, including potential harm to pregnant women and the risk of myocarditis. The suit further alleges that Pfizer falsely claimed its vaccine was effective against COVID variants, despite evidence to the contrary.

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In late September the Zionists will once again advance their cartoon version of history by means of Hollywood, their “court” of first resort. Tinseltown is the ideal venue for projecting fantasies disguised as historical truth and trying and convicting heretics and dissidents. The target in question is English historian David Irving, author of more than 20 best-selling history books and the leading military historian of National Socialist Germany.

In the year 2000 he brought to trial a libel suit in London against Deborah Lipstadt, a dreary thought cop from Emory University in Georgia who has made it her life’s work to dream up a new category of heretic (“Holocaust denier”), reflective of the hysteria and megalomania of the religion of Holocaustianity, of which she is high priestess. The hobby horse of one obscure professor soon became a marching order for the media of the entire western world. The story behind that chilling Orwellian perversity is itself deserving of a book-length study.

Thanks to Deborah, many writers and historians now bear the career-withering “ holocaust denier” stigmata, branded both by new media (Google search engine, Wikipedia) and the senile print media. Imagine if every atheist who was a chemist, astronomer, geographer, novelist or sculptor, who did not believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead, would have to endure going through life perpetually branded by the media as a “Resurrection-denier”?

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Multiple North Korean soldiers have been killed or injured in a landmine explosion inside the Demilitarized Zone as South Korea fired warning shots early Tuesday morning.

The South Korean military said it fired the shots to repel North Korean soldiers  who temporarily crossed the rivals' land border for the second time this month.

They said an estimated 20 to 30 North Korean soldiers, while engaging in unspecified construction work on the northern side of the border, crossed the military demarcation line that bisects the countries at around 8.30am local time.

The North Korean soldiers then retreated after the South broadcasted warnings and fired shots, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, adding that they did not see any suspicious activity after. 

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Titanic director James Cameron has slammed OceanGate for its lax approach to building the ill-fated Titan submersible that imploded last year. 

The world held its breath for 96 hours last June as the US Navy, the US Coast Guard and the Canadian Coast Guard launched a complex mission to find the doomed vessel before the five inhabitants ran out of oxygen. 

The Titan sub was built by OceanGate, a startup founded by CEO Stockton Rush, who tragically perished along with the four other people onboard when it imploded hours after it set off on June 18 2023. 

But Cameron, best known for directing the hit film Titanic, claims OceanGate knowingly cut too many corners, and unnecessarily risked the lives of the people who paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to travel to the wreck of the Titanic. 

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President Joe Biden is planning to announce a sweeping new policy Tuesday that would lift the threat of deportation for hundreds of thousands of people married to U.S. citizens, an aggressive election-year action on immigration that had been sought by many Democrats.

Biden will announce the new program at a White House event to celebrate the Obama-era 'dreamers' directive that offered deportation protections for young undocumented immigrants, according to three people briefed on the White House plans.

The policy will allow roughly 490,000 spouses of U.S. citizens an opportunity to apply for a 'parole in place' program, which would shield them from deportations and offer them work permits if they have lived in the country for at least 10 years, according to two of the people briefed. 

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United States Marines on Thursday arrested U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield on Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Election Fraud and Treason after Implicating her in a Heinous Plot to have United Nations “Observers” and “Peacekeepers” Monitor Polling Locations on Election Night 2024, Sources in General Eric M. Smith’s Office told Real Raw News.

Thomas-Greenfield was nominated by Joseph R. Biden to be the Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations as well as the Representative of the United States of America in the Security Council of the United Nations on January 20, 2021, and the Senate Confirmed her Three Days Later. Our Source said White Hats hadn’t considered her a Threat until Discovering her Treachery Last Week.

Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command, he added, Intercepted an Audio Conversation between Thomas Greenfield and U.N. Under-Secretary - General for Peace Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix, who White Hats had previously Declared an “International” Criminal when his Name surfaced at Merrick Garland’s Military Tribunal in March.

Webmaster addition: I cannot confirm this story. This claim tracks back to just one source, and as you can see it is highly biased. Looks like Biden is going to push the "Insurrection" gambit again!

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The Ukrainian government announced on Monday it had failed to reach an agreement with a group of foreign bondholders that includes financial giants BlackRock and Pimco on restructuring Ukraine’s $20 billion in Eurobonds, according to a report by Reuters.

In February 2022, bondholders granted Ukraine a two-year debt freeze in view of the conflict with Russia. But that agreement ends in August, and bondholders are anxious for Kiev to begin paying interest on its debt again. Ukraine could end up in default if new debt relief is not arranged, which would damage the country’s credit rating and complicate its ability to borrow in the future.

Webmaster addition: Gee, I wonder who gets to pick up the slack!

Remember, in war, whoever runs out of money first loses!

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the draft of a strategic partnership treaty with North Korea, which is expected to be signed during his upcoming visit to Pyongyang.

The Russian leader will begin a two-day state visit to North Korea on Tuesday, which will include a face-to-face meeting with the country's leader, Kim Jong-un, as well as talks on a wide range of issues, including security, the economy, and the international agenda.

Hours before Putin’s scheduled arrival in Pyongyang, Moscow released a presidential decree stating that it accepts “the proposal of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the signing of… Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Agreement between the Russian Federation and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.”

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Marine Le Pen has said she will not seek the immediate removal of President Emmanuel Macron from office should her National Rally (NR) party come out on top in France's upcoming general election. 

The former long-time NR leader currently heads the party’s faction in  parliament. Macron called a snap election after his party lost spectacularly to the NR in the EU parliamentary elections earlier this month.

Le Pen, who has run for president three times in the past, has been a vocal critic of Macron’s immigration and social policies, as well as his support for arming Ukraine.  

In an interview with Le Figaro published on Sunday, Le Pen was asked whether her party would call for the resignation of the president if the National Rally emerges victorious in the upcoming election. The veteran politician said she would not.

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As our society descends into chaos, vast numbers of people are choosing to pull the plug and walk away.  Of course it is nearly impossible to completely escape the ubiquitous madness that is seemingly all around us, but many are finding that an “off grid” lifestyle gives them the best opportunity to insulate themselves as much as possible.  When you become less dependent on the system, what happens to the system has less of an impact on you.  Unfortunately, it appears that our system is heading into a full-blown meltdown, and a significant portion of the population is feverishly making preparations in anticipation of what is coming.
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