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German authorities want to put a famous Jewish composer and Holocaust survivor into a psychiatric clinic and force her to take the COVID injection.
Inna Zhvanetskaya, who lives in Stuttgart, Germany, was supposed to be taken to a psychiatric institution and forcefully injected with the COVID jabs on January 11, according to the news outlet Report24, which has been in personal contact with Zhvanetskaya.
However, according to several reports, she has been transferred to a safe place by friendly activists who wanted to prevent her arrest.
The 85-year-old Zhvanetskaya sent a video message to Report24 saying that “music is my life, and if they take away music from me then they take my life.”
Report24 also received a copy of the court order, which authorizes her forceful transfer to a psychiatric institution and for her to be forcefully injected with the COVID-19 shots “for her own good.”
Major investment firm BlackRock, which has drawn substantial backlash for embracing controversial left-wing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) ideology, has reportedly lost $1.5 trillion and plans major layoffs.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink and president Rob Kapito made the announcement in a memo sent to employees and viewed by Business Insider.
“Taking a targeted and disciplined approach to how we shape our teams, we will adapt our workforce to align even more closely with our strategic priorities and create opportunities for the immense talent inside the firm to develop and prosper,” the executives wrote.
An unvaccinated transplant candidate filed a court application this week asking the Supreme Court of Canada to hear her case against Alberta Health Services (“AHS”) and six doctors who removed her from a high priority organ transplant waiting list because she refused to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Sheila Annette Lewis is dying of a terminal illness. She has been challenging the constitutionality of COVID-19 vaccine requirements for transplant candidates put in place by AHS, an Alberta Hospital, and six transplant doctors, for more than a year. She was unsuccessful at both the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal in 2022, with both levels of court finding that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (“Charter”) does not apply to the Covid-19 vaccine policies of AHS, the Alberta Hospital where she would receive her transplant, or her transplant doctors. Both courts also dismissed her claims under The Alberta Bill of Rights.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg ruled out the possibility of restoring relations with Russia even after the conflict in Ukraine was ended in an interview with the German newspaper Handelsblatt on January 15.
“It won’t be like it was before. Even if the guns are silenced in Ukraine, we should not expect our relations with Russia to normalize,” Stoltenberg said.
On January 12, at a conference in Norway, North Atlantic Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that regardless of whether the conflict in Ukraine is ended or not, it is necessary to recognize the fact that the security situation in Europe has changed definitively.
According to Stoltenberg, Russia intends to control neighboring countries and is in an ongoing conflict with the West.
Using a novel imaging technique for volcanoes that produces high-resolution pictures of seismic wave properties, a new study reveals a large, previously undetected body of mobile magma underneath Kolumbo, an active submarine volcano near Santorini, Greece. The presence of the magma chamber increases the chances of a future eruption, prompting the researchers to recommend real-time hazard monitoring stations near other active submarine volcanoes to improve estimations of when an eruption might be likely to occur.
Nearly four hundred years ago, in 1650 C.E., Kolumbo breached the sea surface and erupted, killing 70 people in Santorini. This eruption, not to be confused with the catastrophic Thera (Santorini) volcanic eruption that occurred around 1600 B.C.E., was triggered by growing magma reservoirs beneath the surface of Kolumbo. Now researchers say the molten rock in the chamber is reaching a similar volume.
Appliance retailers in Australia are facing new problems this year, with bans on gas appliances set to kick in as Canberra reacts to concerns.
Around the world, Governments and woke lobby groups including Australia want to ban gas fires and stoves, claiming they are a danger to health and that they are adding to environment issues. This is despite decades of use by Australians with no ill effects. Manufacturers of gas products claim those calling for a ban are “misguided”
In the future, retailers face being stopped from selling any gas cooking or heating products according experts.
Natural gas distributors, whose business is threatened by the growing push to electrify homes, argue that a ban on natural gas stoves would drive up costs for homeowners and restaurants with little environmental gain.
NATO was excoriated by Mick Wallace, a member of the European Parliament from Ireland, on Sunday, when he lashed out at the Washington-led military bloc as a tool to keep Europe subservient to US imperialism.
He said politicians "need to start representing the people and stop representing NATO and [the] Military Industrial Complex." "NATO was formed by [the] US to keep European countries subservient to US Imperialism," he posted on his Twitter account. "The people want Peace not War, they want an end to US / NATO Proxy War."
Earlier, Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said that the United States and NATO were engaged in proxy warfare against Russia on the territory of Ukraine.
HBO’s “Watchmen” show is based on the comic book of the same name. In that comic book, one of the plots involves a villain staging an alien invasion that is meant to be so catastrophic, terrifying and deadly that it would unite all the various peoples of a deeply fractured world.
It appears that a different HBO project could be utilizing a similar philosophy, though perhaps inadvertently.
HBO Max’s “Velma,” an adult cartoon re-imagining of the beloved “Scooby-Doo” franchise, has garnered such widespread disdain and vitriolic reviews that some are thinking the lambasted project is a “psyop” in its own right, which is somehow unifying the left and right in disgust of the cartoon project.
“Velma is so bad in fact, that it’s spawning conspiracy theories that creator Mindy Kaling made what is essentially a parody of what the right wing thinks left wing comedy is like,” Forbes contributor Paul Tassi wrote. “As in, a show that not just recast most roles with new races, but also features loads and loads of ‘white guys, amiright?’ jokes.”
As the Biden administration and his greenie allies continue to make a headlong push for electric vehicles, the state of Wyoming seems to be going in the exact opposite direction.
Lawmakers in the state are considering a new law that would phase out electric vehicles by 2035, which is a policy that runs completely contrary to states like New York and California which, in obeisance to the green agenda, want to phase out gas-powered cars and boost electric vehicles.
The bill, SJ0004, is being sponsored by state Senators Jim Anderson, Brian Boner, Ed Cooper, Dan Dockstader, and Representatives Donald Burkhart Jr., and Bill Henderson, to “ensure the stability” of its oil and gas industry, according to the Tesla industry news site Teslarati.
Tens of thousands of people protested in Tel Aviv Saturday night against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government’s proposed changes to the Israeli judicial system.
Despite pouring rain over the city, police estimated that more than 80,000 people flooded central Tel Aviv’s HaBima square and surrounding streets, according to Israeli media, while others took to the streets in Jerusalem for parallel protests.
Attendees held signs comparing Netanyahu to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and saying Israel was turning into the likes of semi-democratic Hungary and theocratic Iran.
ARepublican lawmaker in Illinois has said he will "not comply" with a new law banning the sale or possession of new assault weapons, along with high-capacity magazines.
The legislation was signed on Wednesday by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, having already been approved by the state Senate and House.
It took immediate effect, with Pritzker tweeting that he is "tired of living in a world where a mass shooting needs a title so you know which one we're referring to."
But the new law sparked a furious reaction from Republicans, with Illinois state Representative Blaine Wilhour saying: "We will not comply, and you're not going to do a darn thing about it, because the law, the Constitution, and the founding principles are on our side."
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In a move that was entirely to be expected given that Brazil's new far left leadership has been railing against massive pro-Bolsonaro, anti-Lula protesters as "terrorists" - Brazil's Supreme Court on Friday ordered a formal investigation of former President Jair Bolsonaro, who has been living outside the country, in Orlando, Florida.
Though the Biden White House after days of speculation has repeatedly underscored it has yet received no extradition request for Bolsonaro, there have been growing calls among US progressive lawmakers to cancel his visa and boot him from the United States.