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"The Rockefellers and their allies have, for at least fifty years, been carefully following a plan to use their economic power to gain political control of first America, and then the rest of the world. Do I mean conspiracy? Yes, I do. I am convinced there is such a plot, international in scope, generations old in planning, and incredibly evil in intent." -- Congressman Larry P. McDonald, November 1975, from the introduction to a book titled The Rockefeller File.

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February 23, 2021

Feb 23 12:02

Biden Regime Throws The Book At Capitol Protesters, Offers Molotov-Throwing BLM Lawyers Plea Deal

Though the Biden regime is hitting Capitol protesters with "conspiracy" charges and arresting people daily for merely stepping foot in the Capitol building, they've offered a plea deal to the two lawyers who torched a police van with a Molotov cocktail during a Black Lives Matter riot last year.

Feb 23 11:39

Aint no snitch (Picture)

Feb 23 11:38

FBI is 'treating members of Congress as suspects in the MAGA riot probe and'has swept up lawmakers' phone data during investigation'

The FBI is reportedly investigating members of Congress as 'suspects' in a probe of the January 6 insurrection and has swept up lawmakers' phone data.


Feb 23 11:36

Kalinka (Picture)

Feb 23 11:35

New symbolic role for the Israeli flag: A standard for white nationalists, Christian nationalists and nationalist thugs in suits

Lawrence Davidson: Israel "has attracted the rising wave of today’s rightist fringe like bears to honey. Whether they are white nationalists, Christian nationalists or just nationalist thugs in suits, they all sense something laudable in Israel.">>

Feb 23 11:35

'He's never actually made any money': Donald Trump's niece Mary says SCOTUS ruling to allow his tax returns to be released to NY prosecutor is 'a long time coming' and will show 'he has likely been committing tax fraud for decades'

Donald Trump's niece has said an investigation into the former president's taxes will reveal the truth about his finances, namely that the so-called billionaire has never 'never made any money'.

Feb 23 11:24

Merrick Garland admits his DOJ would 'advance' Joe Biden's gun control agenda: 'Entitled to pursue'

Merrick Garland, the nominee for attorney general, admitted Monday that the Department of Justice would most likely enforce President Joe Biden's gun control agenda.

Feb 23 11:21

Airlines Slammed By Soaring Jet Fuel Prices

Feb 23 11:21

Vaccine Concerns that They Call Conspiracy Theory & Getting Back to Normal


Feb 23 11:21

Simpsons recasts black character Dr. Hibbert because his voice actor was white

The wokening of "The Simpsons" continues, as another white voice actor will step down from his role voicing a minority character.

Feb 23 11:20

19-year-old faked his own kidnapping just to get out of work, police say

Arizona police say a 19-year-old man who claimed to have been kidnapped earlier this month went on to confess that he made the whole story up just to get out of work.

Feb 23 11:18

Britain records just 8,489 Covid cases in lowest daily rise since October 2 with infections falling 20% in a week - while deaths continue to tumble with another 548 victims

Department of Health figures show cases have fallen 20% on last week, when 10,625 positives were recorded
It follows a blip in the daily cases yesterday, which saw the first week-on-week increase in six weeks

Feb 23 11:09

UK: Health Authorities Announce Not a Single Case of Flu Detected This Year

Health authorities in England have announced that not a single case of influenza has been detected this year, with one professor suggesting that mask wearing should be kept in place during winter to drive down flu deaths to “zero.”

“The social restrictions brought in to curb transmission of coronavirus, combined with an increased uptake of flu vaccine, have both been credited with driving down infections,” reports the Independent.

Of the 685,243 samples tested at the PHE’s laboratories since the first week of January, not a single flu infection was discovered.

Professor Christina Pagel went on to suggest that some of the measures brought in to fight coronavirus could be kept in place to combat flu infections.

Asserting that “we can reduce flu deaths to pretty much zero,” Pagel said it is “worth encouraging people to wear masks” on public transport and in other busy environments every winter.

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Flu has been re-branded as Covid!


Feb 23 11:08

THE RULE OF LAW TO TOTALLY DEAD IN AMERICA AS WE REALIZE OUR VOTES MEAN NOTHING!!!

I don’t like reading articles that start out with I told you so, so please allow me to quote myself in a February 15, 2021 article in which I accurately predicted that all remaining election fraud cases would be thrown out by the Supreme Court and on February 22, 2021, those remaining cases were summarily dismissed without hearing one shred of evidence, not reviewing on affidavit of thousands alleging rampant voter fraud. We, at home, watched on our TV’s when we learned of tens of thousands of ballots for Trump were being found in corn fields and at the bottom of dumpsters PRIOR to the election and nothing was every done. This is how I knew that at least 6 members of the Supreme Court are compromised, bribed or both. With all the evidence of voter fraud, and to not hear any evidence is completely suspect and likely criminal. THE RULE OF LAW IS DEAD IN AMERICA.

Feb 23 11:07

Facebook Restores News Sharing As Australia Caves To Big Tech

In an epic battle of wills between American Big Tech firms (Facebook and Google) and the Australian government, it looks like the Australian government is coming out on top. After Facebook blocked sharing of Australian media content last week in response to a bill that would have made Big Tech liable for paying producers - aka media companies - for content they produced, it looks like lawmakers have caved, and made several amendments to strip out the offending bits. And now, Facebook is planning to lift the block "in the coming days."

Facebook and Aussie lawmakers have struck a deal to add several amendments that would nullify bits of the proposed Australian law that would have made Big Tech firms - specifically Google and Facebook - responsible for payouts to local media companies, as the FT reports.

Feb 23 11:06

'Proud' Zionist group leading campaign to sack UK professor for criticising Israel

In another example pointing to the dangerous rise of cancel-culture and the abuse of allegations of anti-Semitism within anti-Palestinian groups, "Israel's fanatical advocates" are demanding the expulsion of prominent British Professor, David Miller, from his post over his remarks about Zionism at a virtual meeting last week.

Miller has spent 15 years tracking the nefarious effects of the fossil fuel lobby, the pharmaceutical lobby, the tobacco lobby, as well as state lobbies that promote Islamophobia, such as those of Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

During the zoom meeting, the sociology professor, considered one of the world's leading experts on Islamophobia, denounced the state ideology of Israel as racist and called for an end to Zionism as a "functioning ideology of the world". He also blasted a number of pro-Israel groups who for a number of years have been leading a hostile campaign to have him sacked from his post at the University of Bristol.

Feb 23 11:06

Classified UN report says Blackwater tried to overthrow Libya government

A classified report prepared by UN investigators revealed that the founder of the private security company Blackwater, Eric Prince, violated the arms embargo in Libya and tried to overthrow the internationally recognised government twice in 2019, Reuters reported.

The report was submitted by the UN investigators to the UN Security Council.

The report stated, according to Anadolu Agency, that Prince offered to send mercenaries to renegade General Khalifa Haftar, during a meeting in the Egyptian capital Cairo, ten days after launching the military operation to control Tripoli on 4 April 2019.

The report confirmed that after the meeting, Prince sent "foreign mercenaries, attack aircraft and gunboats" to Haftar.

The report revealed that the mercenary force sent by Prince, who is a former United States Navy commando, had planned to form a team to track down and assassinate Libyan leaders.


Feb 23 11:03

The U.S. Air Force Just Admitted The F-35 Stealth Fighter Has Failed

The U.S. Air Force’s top officer wants the service to develop an affordable, lightweight fighter to replace hundreds of Cold War-vintage F-16s and complement a small fleet of sophisticated—but costly and unreliable—stealth fighters. The result would be a high-low mix of expensive “fifth-generation” F-22s and F-35s and inexpensive “fifth-generation-minus” jets,...

Feb 23 11:00

Secretary of Defence is looking into 'deeply disturbing' viral video posted by tearful female Marine who said a soldier accused of sexual misconduct against her was retained despite pleading guilty

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is looking into allegations made in a video by a member of the Marine Corps who said that another soldier accused of sexual misconduct against her was retained despite pleading guilty.

Feb 23 10:58

Change my Mind... (Picture)

Feb 23 10:57

Always (Picture)


Feb 23 10:56

Moment cop rescues 13-year-old girl from shirtless predator, 22, she met online after tracking the pair to a motel room when she went missing from school

A 13-year-old Florida girl was rescued from a 22-year-old man she met online after they were discovered at a motel last week.

Feb 23 10:55

Dont Be Hatin' (Picture)

Feb 23 10:55

Movie theaters in New York City can open on March 5 at 25% capacity as COVID-19 cases continue decline

New York City movie theaters can open their doors again at limited capacity starting March 5, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.


Feb 23 10:49

Great News, America: Cheese Isn’t Bad for You

CHEESE IS AMONG the ultimate guilty pleasures. It’s gooey. It’s fatty. It’s delicious. It just has to be bad for you, right?

Wrong. A large body of research suggests that cheese’s reputation as a fattening, heart-imperiling food is undeserved. When it comes to weight and other key health outcomes (and setting aside the issue of lactose intolerance, with apologies), cheese is neutral at worst, and possibly even good for you. And yet that research doesn’t seem to have broken through into common knowledge. If you Google “cheese,” the top result under “people also ask” is the ungrammatical query “Why cheese is bad for you?” Now, if you’re the type of person who’s thinking, “What’s the big deal? I eat what I like, in moderation, and don’t worry about calories”—congratulations, I’m happy for you, we have lots of great articles about science and tech you might enjoy. If, on the other hand, you’re like me and worry that your diet is making you gradually fatter, keep reading.

Feb 23 10:48

Stock Market Most Overvalued EVER

Feb 23 10:48

STUDY REVEALS THE SOURCE OF ONE OF THE MOST ELUSIVE PARTICLE OF THE UNIVERSE

SCIENTISTS HAVE, for the first time, gathered observational evidence for elusive, high-energy particles that come from some of the most violent events in the universe.

In a study published Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy, astronomers gathered the first evidence tracing tiny, subatomic particles called neutrinos to a black hole tearing a star apart.



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Feb 23 10:47

Did Neanderthals Have the Capacity for Verbal Language?

The Neanderthal of popular imagination is a hideous, ape-like being, lumbering around with his or her crude spear. Rarely do we picture this person, or pre-person, engaged in any kind of conversation, beyond the occasional grunt-off over a spoiled piece of meat. But—depending on which archaeologist/linguist you happen to ask—the truth is somewhat different. Some researchers, of course, are more convinced than others; for this week’s Giz Asks, we present a survey on the subject.

Feb 23 10:46

A spacecraft named for 'Hidden Figures' mathematician Katherine Johnson has arrived on the International Space Station

A spacecraft named for the famed NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson has arrived at the International Space Station with about 8,000 pounds of cargo in tow.

The S.S. Katherine Johnson, a Northrop Grumman Cygnus resupply spacecraft, launched on Saturday from a NASA facility in Virginia and made it to the space station early Monday morning. It carries a massive amount of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware that will assist researchers there in numerous investigations.

The spacecraft will support experiments that are exploring treatments to restore vision to those with retinal degenerative diseases, why astronauts experience muscle weakening in microgravity and how astronauts sleep in space, among others. It also brings advanced computing to the space station and upgrades to clean air and water systems for the crew there.

Feb 23 10:44

This 29-year-old cancer survivor is set to be the youngest American ever in space

Hayley Arceneaux, a 29-year-old cancer survivor and physician assistant at St. Jude children's hospital, got an out-of-the-blue question from her employer last month: Would she like to go to space?

"I remember laughing," Arceneaux told CNN Business. "And then, I just said — 'Yes! Yes, like, put my name down.'"

Arceneaux will be one of four crew members on Inspiration 4, the first spaceflight to take a group composed entirely of civilians — not professional astronauts — on a multi-day journey to orbit the Earth. It's slated to take off in October 2021. Arceneaux will be joined by billionaire and Shift4 Payments CEO Jared Isaacman, who is funding the mission and plans to use the event to raise more than $200 million for St. Jude's research.

Before last month, Arceneaux said she didn't know who Isaacman was.


Feb 23 10:44

Find and Remove the New 'Silver Sparrow' macOS Malware

What’s Silver Sparrow? No, it’s not a Game of Thrones character—has that ship sailed?—but rather a new piece of macOS malware that runs on both Intel and M1-based Macs. That makes it the second piece of known malware for the latter, but there’s a silver lining: Researchers discovered the malicious software before it had a chance to actually harm your system.

As Red Canary’s Tony Lambert writes:

“...the ultimate goal of this malware is a mystery. We have no way of knowing with certainty what payload would be distributed by the malware, if a payload has already been delivered and removed, or if the adversary has a future timeline for distribution. Based on data shared with us by Malwarebytes, the nearly 30,000 affected hosts have not downloaded what would be the next or final payload.”

Feb 23 10:42

NY Democratic assemblyman who says Cuomo berated him in a ranting phone call calls for the governor to be impeached over nursing home scandal

A New York assemblyman who accused Andrew Cuomo of berating him during a phone call, has penned an op-ed calling for the governor to be impeached over the COVID-19 nursing home scandal.

Feb 23 10:40

Former Clinton adviser Naomi Wolf tells Tucker Carlson she fears America will become a 'totalitarian state' as a result of COVID restrictions under Joe Biden

Naomi Wolf, a former adviser to Bill Clinton during his reelection campaign, sounded an alarm about COVID-19 lockdowns during an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Monday.

Feb 23 10:36

Texas Pays the Price of the Culture War

The power gave out last Monday night. When we woke up on Tuesday morning, the temperature in the house was dipping below 50 degrees. We bundled our toddler in her warm jammies and tiny bubble coat. The gas and water were still on, so we huddled in front of the stove, boiling water for tea, hoping to raise the temperature a bit.

We were among the millions of Texans who lost power when a massive winter storm brought the temperature down to the single digits. In Houston, a woman and child accidentally suffocated themselves with carbon monoxide trying to stay warm in their car. Two people in Austin died in a fire that likely resulted from an attempt to stay warm. Here in San Antonio, a man in his 70s was found dead, apparently from exposure. Many Texans were without power, water, or both for days, left to choose between the risk of contracting COVID-19 at a shelter and the danger of freezing in their home.



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Feb 23 10:36

Its from earth... (Cartoon)

Feb 23 10:36

Justice Department asks Supreme Court to cancel argument in case on Trump's Medicaid work requirements

The Justice Department asked the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to cancel argument in a case testing the government's ability to approve state programs that impose a work requirement on recipients of Medicaid.

The Trump administration approved plans by two states, Arkansas and New Hampshire, to deny coverage to poor people unless they were working, volunteering, or training for a job. Medicaid recipients in those states sued, arguing that the plans would let states kick people off Medicaid for failing to get jobs that had become scarce during the economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Lower courts agreed, ruling that the government did not have authority to approve such programs. The Trump administration appealed, and the case was scheduled for Supreme Court argument on March 29.

Feb 23 10:35

New Jersey becomes 13th state to legalize adult-use of marijuana, decriminalize cannabis possession in 'small amounts,' and create regulated cannabis marketplace

Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation on Monday making New Jersey the latest U.S. state to legalize marijuana for recreational use, but it is expected to take up to a year before dispensaries will begin selling cannabis to the public.

Feb 23 10:34

Reality bites: Could Jurassic Park actually happen?

Don’t pretend you’ve never thought about it. Yes, yes – there’s the odd teensy downside to populating an island with once-extinct reptiles. Sure, the T rex turns out to show a disregard for road safety. And velociraptors’ approach to hide and seek is frankly unsportsmanlike. But the majestic song of the brachiosaurus! The incredible dino-flocks! The glistening magnificence of Jeff Goldblum’s chest rug! Could Jurassic Park happen in real life?

Back in 1993, it seemed like it. Newsweek ran an article attesting to the scientific plausibility of Jurassic Park, pointing to the fact that – during filming – two Berkeley scientists announced that they had cloned 40m-year-old bee DNA after finding the insect preserved in amber. “This movie depends on credibility,” Spielberg told Newsweek. “The credibility of the premise – that dinosaurs could come back to life through cloning – is what allowed the movie to be made.”


Feb 23 10:34

Always Remember (Cartoon)

Feb 23 10:34

How West Virginia is GLOBAL front-runner in vaccine roll-out: Shots at mom and pop pharmacies, old-school phone hotline, and National Guard assistance have all helped state achieve world's fifth-best immunization rate

West Virginia has the nation's highest percentage of obese adults, the highest drug-overdose death rate and the highest number of residents with diabetes.

Feb 23 10:33

NASA’s New Mars Rover Is Less Powerful Than Many Smartphones

If you thought a NASA rover that cost $2.4 billion to build and launch would be more powerful than your old smartphone, you have another thing coming.

NASA’s Perseverance rover, which landed successfully on Mars Thursday, is powered by an old chipset that gives it about the same processing power as an iMac from 1998, according to PCMag‘s breakdown. More specifically, it’s packing 256MB of RAM and 2GB of storage, with a 200MHz processor.

For comparison’s sake, that’s substantially less computing power than the original Apple Watch, which packs 512MB of RAM and 8GB of storage, with a 520MHz processor.

But don’t be down on NASA — space engineers tend to use extremely time-tested computing components for maximum reliability. After all, if Perseverance runs into trouble, the nearest Apple Store is tens of millions of miles away.

Feb 23 10:32

Scientists clone first U.S. endangered species

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday that scientists cloned the first U.S. endangered species, a black-footed ferret duplicated from an animal that died more than 30 years ago.

Why it matters: Cloning could be a technique to help recover black-footed ferrets and other endangered or extinct species.

Details: The predator named Elizabeth Ann was born on Dec. 10 and is being raised at a Fish and Wildlife Service breeding facility in Fort Collins, Colorado.


Feb 23 10:32

Million-Year-Old DNA Rewrites Mammoths' Evolutionary Tree 

ANCIENT DNA HAS revolutionized how we understand human evolution, revealing how populations moved and interacted and introducing us to relatives like the Denisovans, a "ghost lineage" that we wouldn't realize existed if it weren't for discovering their DNA. But humans aren't the only ones who have left DNA behind in their bones, and the same analyses that worked for humans can work for any other group of species.

Today, the mammoths take their turn in the spotlight, helped by what appears to be the oldest DNA ever sequenced. DNA from three ancient molars, one likely to be over a million years old, has revealed that there is a ghost lineage of mammoths that interbred with distant relatives to produce the North American mammoth population.

Feb 23 10:31

Antarctic Stunner: Mysterious Creatures Discovered Under a Half Mile of Ice

Bivouacked in the middle of the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf—a five-hour flight from the nearest Antarctic station—nothing comes easy. Even though it was the southern summer, geologist James Smith of the British Antarctic Survey endured nearly three months of freezing temperatures, sleeping in a tent, and eating dehydrated food. The science itself was a hassle: To study the history of the floating shelf, he needed seafloor sediment, which was locked under a half mile of ice.

To get to it, Smith and his colleagues had to melt 20 tons of snow to create 20,000 liters of hot water, which they then pumped through a pipe lowered down a borehole. It took them 20 hours to melt through the ice inch by inch, finally piercing through the shelf.

Next, they lowered an instrument to collect the sediment, along with a GoPro camera. But the collector came back empty. They tried once more. Still empty. Again, nothing comes easy here: Each round trip of the instrument took an hour.

Feb 23 10:30

What Is YouTube Smoking? (Picture)


Feb 23 10:30

SCIENTISTS DEBUNK A LONG-HELD THEORY ABOUT DIETING

WHEN IT COMES TO DIETING, research shows the majority of people will regain some – if not most – of the weight they’ve lost. While there are many reasons why this weight regain may happen, some popular claims online are that it’s because dieting permanently wrecks your metabolism. But while it’s true that dieting slows your metabolism, it also improves your metabolism in many positive ways.

When we talk about metabolism, we’re typically referring to your metabolic rate. This is the number of calories your body burns at rest. Of course, the more activity we do, the more calories we burn. In order to lose weight through dieting, you need to consume fewer calories than you’re using. This forces the body to use its energy stores – like fat – to meet the shortfall. Your metabolic rate will also change as a result.

Feb 23 10:29

Daily COVID Deaths Fall To 1,235 - The Lowest Since Before The Holiday Season - While The Number Of Hospitalizations Drop To 55,403 As The U.S. Marks Half A Million Lives Lost During The Pandemic

Daily average deaths and hospitalizations from the coronavirus have fallen to their lowest levels since before the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

Feb 23 10:28

Texas Utility Mistakenly Alerts Customers They Owe $200K, Warns of Fake Bill Collectors

Amid freezing temperatures and power outages in Texas, a high natural gas bill is an added stress.

A Texas utility company has apologized for accidentally sending an email notification to customers that said they owed over $200,000 for natural gas. The company also warned customers about possible scammers posing as bill collectors.

Local Houston news outlets reported that CenterPoint Energy customers were shocked to receive email notifications that they owed $202,102.16 in natural gas payments. A screenshot shared by Click 2 Houston displayed the notification. The image shows the aforementioned amount, as well as a March 4 due date, and tells customers: "Your CenterPoint Energy bill is ready to view, print and pay online."

Feb 23 10:28

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Feb 23 10:27

'The people we lost were extraordinary': Joe Biden remembers 500,000 COVID dead with candlelit ceremony at White House and lowers flags to half staff to start FIVE DAYS of mourning for grim milestone - as infection rates and deaths plummet

President Joe Biden acknowledged the pain of the nation on Monday as the United States marked more than 500,000 deaths from the coronavirus at a candlelit ceremony at the White House, but he also offered words of hope and healing.

Feb 23 10:27

Once He Steps Down From Amazon, Jeff Bezos Will be Able to Focus his Energy on Blue Origin

When it comes to the private aerospace sector (aka. NewSpace), some names stand out from the rest. The most obvious of these is SpaceX (the brainchild of Elon Musk and the leading source of innovation in commercial space) and the United Launch Alliance (ULA), a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin. But what of Blue Origin, the private aerospace company created by Jeff Bezos in 2000?

In recent years, Blue Origin has fallen behind the competition and missed out on several billion dollars worth of contracts. But with Bezos stepping down as CEO of Amazon, industry sources have indicated that this could change soon (according to Eric M. Johnson at Reuters). With all of the opportunities available for commercial space, Bezos is now in a position to take a more hands-on role as the company faces a most pivotal year.

Feb 23 10:26

MARS MAY LOOK LIKE AN ALIEN WASTELAND, BUT WE NOW HAVE MORE EVIDENCE IT COULD HAVE ONCE BEEN ANOTHER EARTH

There is a reason Perseverance landed where it did, and that reason goes back at least 3.5 billion years.

Early Mars is thought to have been Earthlike before solar radiation and cosmic other forces killed its atmosphere. This explains why the rover that has now gone viral in the Twitterverse and just about everywhere else touched down in Jezero Crater, which is thought to have once been a huge lake that could have also been crawling with microbial life. Scientists have now found evidence that Mars went through the same phase as Earth before both planets got their atmospheres — something that has not been proven until now.

Feb 23 10:26

Kansas Bill Would Make Gold And Silver Legal Tender In The State

A bill introduced in the Kansas House would recognize gold and silver specie as legal tender and repeal all taxes levied on it. The legislation would pave the way for Kansans to use gold and silver in everyday transactions, a foundational step for the people to undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.

The Federal Reserve is the engine that drives the most powerful government in the history of the world. Ron Paul popularized the slogan “End the Fed,” but Congress is nowhere near abolishing the central bank. It can’t even come up with the will to audit the Fed.


Feb 23 10:25

Another Boeing Jet Just Suffered Engine Issues, Dropped Metal Parts Across Dutch Town

A Longtail Aviation Boeing 747-400 freighter suffered an inflight engine failure shortly after taking off from Maastricht Airport, a regional airport in Beek in Limburg, Netherland, on Saturday.

The plane was powered by Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines - the same engine that just exploded over Denver - when one of its engines suffered a failure.

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Okay, that's a confirmation. The problem is not the Boeing airframes, but the Pratt and Whitney PW4000 engine!

Feb 23 10:24

Vegan 'milk' maker Oatly files to go public as the company backed by Oprah and Jay-Z looks seeks a valuation around $10 billion

Oatly, which counts Oprah Winfrey and rapper Jay-Z among its prominent backers, has submitted regulatory plans for an initial public stock offering in the US, the maker of vegan food and drink products said on Tuesday.

Feb 23 10:24

Rocket Attack Targets US Embassy In Baghdad A Week After Deadly Erbil Assault

Regional Mideast news sources are reporting a fresh rocket attack on Baghdad's Green Zone on Monday. Explosions near the US Embassy have been reported

"At least 3 Rockets target US Embassy area in Baghdad," according to initial reporting by the AFP. It comes at a sensitive moment that the Biden administration is investigating a major rocket attack on a US base in Erbil, in northern Iraqi Kurdistan one week ago. That prior attack injured multiple US military service members and killed at least one non-American international contractor.

Crucially Monday's rocket volley, which so far according to early reports doesn't appear to have caused damage to the embassy, marks the third attack on Western military, diplomatic, or commercial installations in a week.

Feb 23 10:24

The 'ZeroCovid' Movement: Cult Dressed As Science

This past year has given rise to some strange and novel methods of disease containment, including lockdowns and mask mandates. It is unsurprising that the natural next step in this progression has been the development of a movement known as “ZeroCovid.” Its growing influence is, perhaps, predictable given that for nearly a year we have been inundated by the views of so-called experts seeking to legitimize their myopic worldview that public health is determined solely by prevention of Covid-19.

Rather than acknowledge to a weary public that their approach has been a failure, they are doubling down and attempting to save their reputations by claiming that the problem is not that lockdowns do not work, but that they have not gone far enough.



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Feb 23 10:23

France Cracks Down On Generation Identitaire, A Movement of the Patriotic Young Who Want Europe for Europeans

Some 2-3,000 Parisians, mostly young, gathered peacefully in their city’s Place Denfert Rochereau this last Saturday (February 20) to reclaim their freedom of speech, and more specifically, to support Génération Identitaire (“Generation Identity”), the youth group currently targeted by the French government for dissolution [France: Protesters oppose move to disband anti-migrant group, by The Associated Press, February 20, 2021]. The vocal crowd shouted slogans like “We are at home,” and among the well-known faces such as Jean-Yves Le Gallou, Florian Philippot or Jean Messiha, was a striking one: Thaïs d’Escufon, GI spokeswoman and rising star.

Feb 23 10:23

Cherokee Nation asks Jeep to 'retire' name of SUV because it 'does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car'

The Cherokee Nation said Monday it has asked for its tribal name to be removed as a nameplate from Jeep sport utility vehicles and called for a dialogue with the automaker on 'cultural appropriateness.'

Feb 23 10:21

Top Schools Swimming in Applicants After Dropping Tests Requirements While Other Schools Struggle

The New York Times reports:

Interest Surges in Top Colleges, While Struggling Ones Scrape for Applicants

Prestigious universities like Cornell never have a hard time attracting students. But this year, the admissions office in Ithaca, N.Y., is swimming in 17,000 more applications than it has ever received before, driven mostly by the school’s decision not to require standardized test scores during the coronavirus pandemic.

“We saw people that thought ‘I would never get into Cornell’ thinking, ‘Oh, if they’re not looking at a test score, maybe I’ve actually got a chance,’” said Jonathan Burdick, Cornell’s vice provost for enrollment.

But while selective universities like Cornell and its fellow Ivy League schools have seen unprecedented interest after waiving test scores, smaller and less recognizable schools are dealing with the opposite issue: empty mailboxes.

Feb 23 10:21

Student Body President at UConn Faces White Supremacy Accusations for Opposing Defunding Police

Campus Reform reports:

UConn student body president accused of white supremacy after opposing effort to defund the police

Mike Hernandez, president of the University of Connecticut’s student government, is being accused of supporting white supremacy due to his recent veto of a senate resolution that called on the university to defund its police department.

In addition to serving as president of UConn’s Undergraduate Student Government, Hernandez is the vice president of the Connecticut Young Democrats and an Hispanic immigrant.

Feb 23 10:19

A Modest Proposal For Price Discovery In The Silver Market

We know that price discovery is impossible until the paper exchanges in NYC and London blow up. Or is it?

There’s plenty of above-ground silver around the world. Yes most of it is “spoken for” by the owners of that silver. Silver producers can’t produce enough silver to satisfy demand at the current price. Just ask the SLV sponsor, who quietly implemented provisions in the Prospectus which are harmful to SLV investors because it is unable to source enough silver to back the shares issue from recent demand.

Price discovery is the process by which a free market uses price to balance supply and demand. But price discovery has been absent from the gold and silver markets for decades. This is why a shortage in physical gold developed in March 2020 and why an even more severe shortage in silver has developed currently.

Feb 23 10:18

Texas Facing Clean Water Shortage

Feb 23 09:58

Gretchen Whitmer Slips Up – Contradicts Message Of Support For Michigan Businesses By Sending Mailer Printed In Wisconsin

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s (D) made what seems to have been a major mistake this week when she sent a mailing printed in and sent from Wisconsin after urging residents to support Michigan businesses amid her ongoing lockdown orders.

Whitmer Slips Up

Last week, many residents of Michigan were sent an envelope that showed Whitmer at a construction site and the words: “Fixing the Damn Road Ahead — Together.” She had campaigned back in 2018 on a pledge to “fix the damn roads.”

The envelope includes markings and printed materials that show the postage was paid by Advanced Mail, a marketing company in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and the materials were also printed in Wisconsin, at a union shop.

Feb 23 09:56

Texas man facing $3000 electric bill speaks out on Fox News

Feb 23 09:56

47 YEARS OF FAILED CLIMATE/WEATHER PREDICTIONS!

1967 Salt Lake Tribune: Dire Famine Forecast by 1975, Already Too Late

1969 NYT: “Unless we are extremely lucky, everyone will disappear in a cloud of blue steam in 20 years. The situation will get worse unless we change our behavior.“

1970 Boston Globe: Scientist Predicts New Ice Age by 21st Century said James P. Lodge, a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

1971 Washington Post: Disastrous New Ice Age Coming says S.I. Rasool at NASA.

1972 Brown University Letter to President Nixon: Warning on Global Cooling

1974 The Guardian: Space Satellites Show Ice Age Coming Fast

1974 Time Magazine: Another Ice Age “Telling signs everywhere. Since the

1940s mean global temperatures have dropped 2.7 degrees F.”

1974 “Ozone Depletion a Great Peril to Life” University of Michigan Scientist

1976 NYT The Cooling: University of Wisconsin climatologist Stephen Schneider laments about the “deaf ear his warnings received.”

Feb 23 09:55

Brooklyn lawyers who were facing life behind bars for 'throwing a Molotov cocktail into an NYPD car during a George Floyd protest' are quietly offered a plea deal

Two Brooklyn lawyers who were facing life behind bars for allegedly throwing a Molotov cocktail into an empty NYPD car during a George Floyd protest have been quietly offered a plea deal.

Feb 23 09:54

The Resurrection of the Third Reich in Amerika

Yes, the Third Reich is undergoing resurrection, but not by white supremacists. It is the white liberals in the Democrat Party and their presstitute propaganda machine—New York Times, CNN, NPR, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and the rest of the presstitute whores— that comprise the new Nazi movement. The only difference is that this time the target is white gentiles.

Feb 23 09:54

How to Fight Back Against Racist Attacks on White Americans

Looks like Jim Hoft’s piece from Sunday (Sounds Racist: McDonald’s Will Punish Executives if They Hire Too Many White Men) is not an isolated example of a new form of corporate racism. Gone to hell is Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of seeing people judged by the content of their heart and their conduct rather than by the color of their skin. That dream is now as dead as Dr. King. Instead, we have a real nightmare of actual racism. People of European and Russian descent are now, by definition, racists. Why? Because of the color of their skin.

The latest corporation being exposed for trafficking in this racist crap is Coca Cola. TGP’s Cristina Laila reported this a few days back:

Coca-Cola, facing mounting backlash from conservatives online, has responded to allegations of anti-white rhetoric after an internal whistleblower leaked screenshots of diversity training materials that encourages staff to “try to be less white.”

Feb 23 09:53

WATCH: Biden AG Nominee Merrick Garland Refuses to Call Illegally Crossing the Border a Crime

Joe Biden’s pick for Attorney General refused to state that illegally crossing our border is a crime during his nomination hearing on Monday.
During the hearing, Sen. Josh Hawley asked the nominee, Merrick Garland, if he believes that illegally crossing our borders should remain a crime.

“Do you believe that illegal entry at America’s borders should remain a crime?” Hawley asked.

“I haven’t thought about that question… uhhh… uhhhhhhh… I just haven’t thought about that question,” Garland reluctantly replied. “I think the uh, the uh, president has, uh, made clear that we are a country of uh with borders and uh a concern about national security. Um, I don’t know of proposal to uh decriminalize, but um, still make it unlawful to uh, enter.”

Feb 23 09:52

WATCH: Biden AG Pick Says Antifa/BLM Attacks on Courthouse May Not be Domestic Terrorism Because They Happened at Night

When questioned by Senator Josh Hawley about if he considers Antifa and Black Lives Matter attacks on the courthouse in Portland to be “domestic terrorism,” Joe Biden’s Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland said he might not, because those attacks happened at night.

Garland said that his personal definition of domestic terrorism is the use of violence or threats of violence to interrupt the democratic process, therefore, attacks on buildings at night probably don’t count.

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Every time I think this government can't get any more insane...

Feb 23 09:51

Female Democrats accuse Joe Manchin of 'double standard' for opposing Biden's budget pick Neera Tanden over 'mean tweets' but voting for string of Trump's male nominees

Female Democratic lawmakers are accusing Senator Joe Manchin of a 'double standard' after coming out against budget office pick Neera Tanden and expressing doubt over Interior secretary nominee Deb Haaland yet supporting Donald Trump's cabinet nominees.

Feb 23 09:51

Conservatives Need to Start Taking No Prisoners and Claiming Scalps

One reason conservatives never saw a culture war they couldn’t lose is that they insist on using Queensberry rules, even as the Left fights no-holds-barred. Consider, for example, two scenarios.

When leftists discover someone “committing conservatism” — such as when former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich was found to have donated $1,000 to California’s Proposition 8 — they accept nothing less than the person’s termination. In fact, they never want him to work again. Ergo “cancel culture.”

When leftists effect something truly outrageous, such as the anti-white “Deep Equity” school curriculum being implemented nationwide, the reaction is different. Conservatives may fight back against it as they did with Deep Equity in Chandler, Arizona, but they’re generally satisfied if the social engineering is abandoned. They don’t go for blood. In fact, so often have I heard prominent conservative figures say in such a situation, “Look, I don’t want anyone fired.”

Well, I do.

Feb 23 09:50

Navy Will Make All Sailors Reaffirm Oath to the Constitution in Extremism Stand-Down

When the Navy holds its daylong stand-downs to address the extremist ideologies that leaders say have infiltrated the military ranks, sailors across the fleet will be required to reaffirm the oath they took to the U.S. Constitution.

All Navy personnel -- uniformed and civilian -- will have to repeat the oath of enlistment or office and discuss what actions betray that promise during the virtual or in-person learning sessions that must be held by April 6. The stand-downs will focus on the "damaging effects of extremism" and how to eliminate it, Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John Nowell wrote in a service-wide message.

"As public servants, we took an oath to the Constitution and we will not tolerate those who participate in actions that go against the fundamental principles of the oath we share, particularly actions associated with extremist or dissident ideologies," Nowell wrote.

Feb 23 09:50

Whistleblower Video Footage of Forced COVID Vaccines in German Nursing Homes Goes Public – Attorney: “We’re Dealing with Homicide, Maybe Even Murder”

Earlier this week we published the English translation of a video in German that Attorney Reiner Fuellmich published with a whistleblower who works in a nursing home where several residents were injected with the experimental COVID mRNA shots against their will, and where many of them died a short time later.

Since that interview was published, other whistleblowers in Germany who work in nursing homes have also stepped forward, some with video footage showing residents being held down and vaccinated against their wish.

This is from our Rumble channel, and it is also on our Bitchute channel.

Feb 23 09:49

Canada on point. (Picture)

Feb 23 09:49

Moscow disappointed by EU's move to prepare new illegitimate sanctions - Foreign Ministry

Russia has been disappointed by the decision of the Council of the European Union to prepare new illegitimate unilateral sanctions against Russian citizens, the statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry made public on Monday said.

"The decision to prepare new illegitimate unilateral restrictions against Russian citizens approved by the Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union on February 22 of this year over a contrived excuse causes disappointment. Another opportunity was missed by the European Union to rethink a course of artificial connections, sanctions and pressure in relations with Russia which over the past years has demonstrated its complete inadequacy," the Foreign Ministry pointed out. "Instead, following the bloc’s discipline and anti-Russian stereotypes, Brussels again instinctively pushes the inoperative sanctions ‘button.’ Moreover, defying logic, first a political decision is made and then it is planned to arbitrarily find candidates for it," the statement noted.

Feb 23 09:49

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she is open to increasing corporate taxation and hiking capital gains tax and has had talks about one-off 'wealth levy' - but that Joe Biden opposes it

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen signaled the administration is open to new corporate taxes but dismissed the idea of a 'wealth levy,' saying President Joe Biden opposes it.

Feb 23 09:49

Bitcoin drops by more than 15%

The price of Bitcoin is dropping by 16.99% during the trading session to the level of $47,944, according to CoinDesk portal data as of 17:16 Moscow time.

Earlier, the Bitcoin price set a new all-time high record surpassing $58,000.

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency invented in 2008 by an unknown person or group of people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without intermediaries.

Feb 23 09:49

US flags to be flown at half mast to mark 500,000 Covid deaths

Flags will be flown at half mast on federal buildings for five days in the United States as the country remembers the 500,000 lives lost to the Covid-19 pandemic so far.

President Joe Biden was due to make the announcement on Monday night at a candlelit ceremony at the White House to mark the US passing the grim milestone.

Feb 23 09:48

Meghan McCain calls for President Biden to replace Dr. Fauci with 'someone who does understand science' after becoming frustrated over his refusal to say whether grandparents can hug their unvaccinated grandchildren

Meghan McCain has called for President Biden to replace the nation's top doctor on infectious diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and replace him with someone who 'does understand science'.

Feb 23 09:47

France considers slowing vaccine rollout for hospital staff, with many unable to work following jab

The AstraZeneca experimental COVID-19 vaccine currently being given to health workers in France has caused so many side-effects that the French vaccination task force (Conseil d’orientation de la stratégie vaccinale) has recommended “a staggering of the vaccination schedule for people working in the same care unit” as well as “the systematic intake of paracetamol just before the injection and in the two following days.”

The vaccine was developed by Oxford University together with the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca by cultivating the weakened SARS-CoV-2 virus in the HEK-293 cell line derived from the kidney of an aborted baby. According to the Oxford Vaccine Centre, these weakened viruses “are purified several times to remove the cell culture material,” adding that “this makes it unlikely that any human material remains in the final vaccine.” “Unlikely”, it is worth noting, does not mean “impossible.”

Feb 23 09:47

Delingpole: Health Secretary Hancock Should Be Sacked for £18bn ‘Cash for Cronies’ Scandal

A High Court judge has ruled that Health Secretary Matt Hancock acted unlawfully in failing to publish multi-billion-pound COVID-19 government contracts within the 30-day period required by law.

This is a story that ought to be dominating every front page and leading every BBC news bulletin: the sums of taxpayers’ money which have been squandered in this procurement fiasco are truly scandalous; so shocking, indeed, that under normal circumstances this would bring an immediate end to the career of the minister responsible.

At least £18 billion worth of contracts for protective equipment has been handed out by the government in what the Mail has called ‘cash for cronies.’

Here, courtesy of the Mail, are some examples of the unlikely beneficiaries of government largesse.

Feb 23 09:47

What Bill Gates is Really Up To

Feb 23 09:45

Catholic League: Pro-Trans ‘Equality Act’ the ‘Most Comprehensive Assault on Christianity Ever Written into Law’

Catholic League president Bill Donohue warned Monday that the Equality Act would “promote the most comprehensive assault on Christianity ever written into law.”

While its proponents insist that the Equality Act is about “ending discrimination,” it would in fact fundamentally alter the legal definition of sex to include sexual orientation and gender identity, Dr. Donohue argues.

The Act would also undermine the Religious Freedom Restoration Act by conferring special status on gay rights, prioritizing them over religious freedom and conscience rights, he added.

The Equality Act would also require healthcare providers to provide “hormone therapies and surgical procedures that are required to change the physical characteristics associated with sex changes,” Donohue observes, without regard for the beliefs of healthcare workers.

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