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"Inside Every Progressive Is A Totalitarian Screaming To Get Out" -- ZZDavid Horowitz
Top World Economic Forum adviser Yuval Noah Harari has declared in a recent interview that the “vast majority” of the world’s 7.5 billion people are simply no longer needed due to technological advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and bioengineering.
In one sentence, Harari validated what we “conspiracy theorists” have been saying for years, that globalist power elites want to rid the world of people deemed “useless” in their eyes. That’s why we call them global predators.
“We just don’t need the vast majority of the population,” said Harari, who is a historian, futurist, popular author and, most importantly, the chief adviser to Klaus Schwab, founder and director of the extremely influential WEF.
Every year the WEF entertains thousands of devoted followers at its headquarters in Davos, Switzerland. These devotees include heads of state, congressmen, governors, top corporate CEOs, even Hollywood entertainers and stars from the sports and music world. They are being fed a full diet of propaganda cooked up by Luciferian-influenced intellectuals like Harari and Schwab.
Tens or even hundreds of thousands more people all around the world are dying every week compared to pre-plandemic levels. And all available evidence points to Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” as the culprit.
Excess deaths, as they call them, continue to spike in nearly every industrialized country that pushed the shots on their populations. It is happening in the United Kingdom, Nordic Europe and North America – all places where Operation Warp Speed mass vaccination took place.
The numbers get a little hairy depending on which datasets you use as governments have been working overtime trying to conceal the truth. A deeper probe of the data, however, and it starts to show.
Unvaccinated people, meanwhile, are staying alive and, in most cases, are thriving while their “fully vaccinated” counterparts continue to develop VAIDS (vaccine-induced AIDS) or drop dead from “sudden adult death syndrome,” also known as SADS.
“In every single month since the beginning of 2022, partly vaccinated and double vaccinated 18-39-year-olds have been more likely to die than unvaccinated 18 to 39-year-olds,” reports Exposé News.
“Triple vaccinated 18 to 39-year-olds however have had a mortality rate that has worsened by the month following the mass booster campaign that occurred in the UK in December 2021.”
The World Economic Forum is becoming a little concerned. Unapproved opinions are becoming more popular, and online censors cannot keep up with millions of people becoming more aware and more vocal. The censorship engines employed by Internet platforms, turned out to be quite stupid and incapable. People are even daring to complain about the World Economic Forum, which is obviously completely unacceptable.
So, WEF author Inbal Goldberger came up with a solution: she proposes to collect off-platform intelligence from “millions of sources” to spy on people and new ideas, and then merge this information together for “content removal decisions” sent down to “Internet platforms”.
To overcome the barriers of traditional detection methodologies, we propose a new framework: rather than relying on AI to detect at scale and humans to review edge cases, an intelligence-based approach is crucial.
By bringing human-curated, multi-language, off-platform intelligence into learning sets, AI will then be able to detect nuanced, novel abuses at scale, before they reach mainstream platforms. Supplementing this smarter automated detection with human expertise to review edge cases and identify false positives and negatives and then feeding those findings back into training sets will allow us to create AI with human intelligence baked in. This more intelligent AI gets more sophisticated with each moderation decision, eventually allowing near-perfect detection, at scale.
What is this about? What’s new?
The way censorship is done these days is that each Internet platform, such as Twitter, has its own moderation team and a decision making engine. Twitter would only look at tweets by any specific twitter user, when deciding on whether to delete any tweets or suspend their authors. Twitter moderators do NOT look at Gettr or other external websites.
So, for example, user @JohnSmith12345 may have a Twitter account and narrowly abide by Twitter rules, but at the same time have a Gettr account where he would publish anti-vaccine messages. Twitter would not be able to suspend @JohnSmith12345’s account. That is no longer acceptable to the WEF because they want to silence people and ideas, not individual messages or accounts.
Dodge's V8-powered muscle cars are nearing the end of the assembly line.
The automaker has announced that production of the current Challenger and Charger will end in December 2023 before they are replaced by a new electric vehicle platform.
Whenever anyone points out that I expected Russia’s Ukraine liberation operation would be quicker, I point out that Douglas Macgregor made the same prediction I did. He’s gone through and explained why it took longer than we expected. He points to the refusal of the US to negotiate (one which didn’t surprise me), but also the Ukrainians’ willingness to die for no reasons, and biggest of all, the Ukraine’s ability to get away with squatting in cities and launching artillery from behind human shields.
The Ukraine people’s stupidity has for sure shocked everyone. And we all knew the media lies, but their defense of the human shields program has been really over the top – especially since WaPo and others were warning about it in early March.
Now, of course, both the UN and Amnesty International are condemning human shields.
Anyway, in the end, it worked out better for Russia, because they’re going to end up with nearly half of the country instead of just the two provinces they claimed. It’s sad about the Russian soldiers, and I would have supported Russia killing as many civilians as necessary to protect their own troops, because every “Ukraine” person who didn’t defect is complicit in this Jewish murder scheme.
Progressive New York Rep. Jamaal Bowman on Sunday couldn't say whether he wishes for President Biden to run again in 2024, following a long list of other Democrats who have also refused to answer the question.
Alec Baldwin has always insisted, despite all evidence to the contrary, that he didn’t pull that trigger.
The FBI now says that he did. That finding, released over the weekend, comes just after the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office announced they’re only waiting on Baldwin’s phone records before sending their investigative file to the DA’s office.
Are the walls closing in yet, Alec?
This FBI report is reason to cheer. Not since OJ Simpson have we seen someone so guilty act so aggrieved, entitled, put-upon and victimized, as if this whole tragedy has affected no one more than Baldwin himself — not Halyna Hutchins’s husband, not her little boy, so traumatized after her death he couldn’t speak for days, but Alec freaking Baldwin.
Think that’s overstatement? Let me count the ways: Gallivanting through the Hamptons and Vermont, just days after the shooting, Baldwin shopping at Ralph Lauren and preening before the paps — you know, the ones he otherwise hates and physically attacks — so they could get the perfect shot of Baldwin, inside a gleaming restaurant, holding his head in his hands. The bizarre roadside presser with his fake Spanish wife, the Rachel Dolezal of the Hamptons, in which he claimed the “Rust” set was run by “a very, very well-oiled crew” who just had the bad luck to suffer this “one in a trillion” tragedy.
France has supplied Ukraine with banned land mines, and Ukraine is using them.
The Ukrainian military mined the approaches to their positions in the area of Opytne (northwest of Donetsk) with fifty French HPD mod.F2 mines.
This is a very dangerous anti-tank / anti-bottom mine with a magnetic target sensor. Designed to destroy armored vehicles with a cumulative jet when the vehicle passes over a mine. It is installed on the ground, or in the ground and in water to a depth of 1.5 m.
Three Arizona parents were arrested following their attempts to enter a locked-down elementary school and protect their children after reports that an armed man was seen trying to enter the building on Friday morning.
Officers in El Mirage, Arizona, used a Taser gun to subdue two parents helping a third parent whose handgun fell to the ground as he was being taken into custody outside Thompson Ranch Elementary School, a police report said.
One of the two parents was taken to a local hospital to treat Taser injuries.
Or it was an unprecedented regime raid on the home and office of the foremost political rival of President Joe Biden that called to mind a "Third World country," the East German "Stasi," the KGB or the Gestapo.
And Jan. 6, 2021?
That was a riot, a disgraceful breach of the Capitol, involving assaults on Capitol cops that deserved to be and are being punished.
No, it was more than that. Far more. It was an "insurrection," a "fascist coup," an act of treason led by far-right extremists to abort the transfer of power from the winner of the election of 2020 to the loser. It ranks right up there with the 1814 burning of the Capitol by the British.
Such is the magnitude of the divide in America, a divide that extends far beyond our clashing views of Jan. 6 and the Mar-a-Lago raid.
The other half of America yet believes abortion involves the killing of an unborn innocent child.
The Kayhan newspaper, whose editor is personally picked by Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, announced in a front page story published on Sunday that after Rushdie "it is now the turn of Trump and Pompeo."
Webmaster addition: My concern is that desperate Democrats and Deep State fanatics will assassinate Donald Trump and frame Iran for it to start a war!
The Justice Department said Monday it opposes the release of an FBI affidavit used to justify the search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence last week, but added that it’s willing to release less descriptive documents.
“If disclosed, the affidavit would serve as a roadmap to the government’s ongoing investigation, providing specific details about its direction and likely course, in a manner that is highly likely to compromise future investigative steps,” federal prosecutors wrote in a court filing.
The DOJ said in a footnote that the release of even a redacted version of the affidavit “would not serve any public interest” due to the number of details that would have to be omitted.
The latest filing, signed by South Florida US attorney Juan Antonio Gonzalez and Justice Department counterintelligence chief Jay Bratt, mentioned a specific concern about outing cooperating witnesses and noted that some records cannot be released due to required grand jury secrecy.
“As the Court is aware from its review of the affidavit, it contains, among other critically important and detailed investigative facts: highly sensitive information about witnesses, including witnesses interviewed by the government; specific investigative techniques; and information required by law to be kept under seal,” the filing said.
Last Friday, during question time at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy policy forum luncheon on “How to Build US-Israeli Coordination on Preventing an Iranian Nuclear Breakout,” the director of research at the pro-Israel think tank hinted that a Pearl Harbor-type attack might be necessary to get the United States to go to war against the Islamic Republic.
“I frankly think that crisis initiation is really tough,” said Patrick Clawson, who also heads the Washington Institute’s Iran Security Initiative, in response to a question about what would happen if negotiations with Tehran fail. “And it’s very hard for me to see how the United States … uh … President can get us to war with Iran.”
As a consequence, Clawson said he was led to conclude that “the traditional way [that] America gets to war is what would be best for US interests.”
Intriguingly, he went on to recount a series of controversial incidents in American history — the attack on Pearl Harbor, the sinking of the Lusitania, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, and the blowing up of the USS Maine — that US presidents “had to wait for” before taking America to war.
“And may I point out that Mr. Lincoln did not feel he could call out the federal army until Fort Sumter was attacked,” Clawson continued, “which is why he ordered the commander at Fort Sumter to do exactly that thing which the South Carolinians had said would cause an attack.”
The FBI search warrant authorizing a government raid of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence pursued an exhaustive list of any White House records the president ever came in contact with, according to the document obtained by The Federalist.
Outlining the “property to be seized” by the over 30 agents who rummaged through the former president’s Mar-a-Lago mansion, the warrant demanded confiscation of any document Trump ever saw, read, or created for the entirety of his four years as commander-in-chief.
Australia’s first facility to produce vaccines based on the mRNA technology developed by Moderna will be built in Melbourne, the country’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Monday.
"Onshore manufacturing of life-saving mRNA vaccines took a major step forward today, with the Australian Government, Moderna and the Victorian Government finalizing all arrangements for the 10-year partnership," the cabinet said in a statement. "Under the agreements, an mRNA vaccine manufacturing facility will be built at Monash University, helping protect Australians against future pandemics, supporting local industry and creating highly skilled local jobs."
The prime minister also said Moderna will also establish its headquarters and a Regional Research Centre in Victoria.
CBS News retracted a documentary it briefly released on Sunday after pressure from the Ukrainian government. The original documentary (watch it here) CBS put out examined the flow of military aid to Ukraine and quoted someone familiar with the process who said in April that only 30% of the arms were making it to the frontline.
“All of this stuff goes across the border, and then something happens, kind of like 30% of it reaches its final destination,” said Jonas Ohman, the founder of Blue-Yellow, a Lithuania-based organization that CBS said has been meeting with and supplying frontline units with aid in Ukraine since the start of the war in the Donbas in 2014. “30-40%, that’s my estimation,” Ohman said.
After the documentary sparked outrage from the Ukrainian government, it was removed from the internet by CBS. In an editor’s note, CBS said it changed the article that was published with the documentary and that the documentary itself was being “updated.”
Remember how the world, especially the American media, fawned over former German Chancellor Angela Merkel?
The adoration was so over the top that in 2015 Time magazine named Merkel its “Person of the Year.” It described her as the “Chancellor of the Free World.”
Time owes whatever readers it has left a solemn apology. Today, Germans are suffering the bitter fruits of nearly every major economic and geopolitical decision Merkel made as chancellor.
Start with the German economy that she attempted to reset for the 21st century, which is reminiscent of how President Joe Biden explains to inflation-weary voters that we are going through “an incredible transition.”
Over the course of the past few months I have alluded both in writing and in various televised interviews to the ‘ship of fools’ composition of the German coalition government under Chancellor Scholz. This falls in line with my repeated emphasis over the years on the undemocratic results of seemingly progressive political processes across the European Continent guided by proportional representation as opposed to the Anglo-Saxon rule of ‘first past the post.’ I say undemocratic, because as is now commonly the case, no single party in such elections favoring minority groupings enjoys a majority in parliament and governments are cobbled together behind closed doors whereby the public has no say in the outcome. Ministerial portfolios are allocated following political haggling among party bosses and most often competence or prior experience with the given dossier of responsibilities plays no role.
In the German case today, though the Chancellor himself often seems clueless about international affairs, he is brilliant when compared to two of the ministers from the Greens Party whom he installed in his cabinet in positions which weigh heavily today on the most critical issue facing Germany and Europe generally, the sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. The ministers in question are responsible for Foreign Affairs (Annalena Baerbock) and The Economy and Environmental Affairs (Robert Habeck).
A blaze that was triggered by an ammunition depot blast in the Dzhankoi district of Crimea continues, peninsula head Sergey Aksenov said on his Telegram channel on Tuesday.
"I am in the village of Azovsky, Dzhankoi district, where this morning, according to the Defense Ministry, a fire broke out on the territory of the temporary storage site of one of the military units’ ammunition. At the moment the detonation continues," Aksenov wrote.
He added that a five-kilometer zone has been cordoned off around the site of the incident and people are being evacuated. "We are providing assistance on the spot. Ambulances, law enforcement agencies are mobilized in sufficient numbers," the Crimean head noted.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, on August 16, around 06:15 Moscow time near the village of Mayskoye (Dzhankoi district of Crimea), a fire broke out on the territory of the banked site for temporary storage of ammunition of one of the military units. The fire triggered the detonation of the ammunition.
Israeli forces fatally shot in the head a Palestinian youth, Muhammad al-Shaham, on Monday morning after they stormed his house in the Kufr Aqab neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem, his family said.
Ibrahim al-Shaham, Muhammad's father, said his 21-year-old son was hit by a direct bullet to the head from close range and then left to bleed inside the house for about 40 minutes before he was taken for treatment by Israeli forces.
Ibrahim denied the claim made by Israeli forces that his son attempted to stab one of the officers. He told local media that officers blew open the door of the house at 3.30am and suddenly opened fire on the family.
The Polish president and other officials marked their nation’s Armed Forces Day holiday Monday alongside the U.S. Army commander in Europe and regular American troops, a symbolic show of support for NATO members on the eastern front as Russia wages war nearby in Ukraine.
Gen. Darryl Williams, the new commanding general of U.S. Army Europe and Africa, attended the ceremony in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Solider in downtown Warsaw.
New Zealand is sending 120 military personnel to Britain to help train Ukrainians in front-line combat, the government said on Monday.
The deployment will enable two infantry training teams to equip Ukrainian personnel with the core skills to be effective in combat, including weapon handling, combat first aid, operational law and other skills.
The training of about 800 Ukrainian soldiers will be conducted exclusively at one of four locations in Britain, and New Zealand defence personnel will not travel to Ukraine, the government said in a statement.
"We have been clear that a blatant attack on a country's sovereignty and the subsequent loss of innocent lives is wrong and intolerable. Our condemnation will continue to extend beyond words and include critical support," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told a news conference to announce the deployment.
Germany is sending 13 military aircraft to joint exercises in Australia, the air force's largest peacetime deployment, underlining Berlin's increased focus on the Indo-Pacific amid rising tensions with China in the region.
Last year, a German warship sailed into the South China Sea for the first time in almost 20 years, a move that saw Berlin joining other Western nations in expanding its military presence in the region amid growing alarm over Beijing's territorial ambitions.
Tensions have also risen over Taiwan since China - which claims Taiwan as its own territory - kicked off military drills around the democratically governed island after U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taipei at the start of August.
On Monday, six Eurofighter jets took off from a base in Neuburg an der Donau in southern Germany and three A330 tankers from Cologne for the three-day flight to Australia where they will, together with four German A400M transporters that have already left, join 16 other nations in the biennial exercise Pitch Black.
The Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada has extended martial law in Ukraine by 90 days until November 23, Ukrainian media have reported with reference to Oleksiy Honcharenko, a member of the European Solidarity faction.
Yaroslav Zheleznyak, a member of the Holos (Voice) faction, said the bill extending martial law was supported by 328 parliamentarians.
Zheleznyak said Rada also passed a bill enacting the president's decree dated August 12 on extending full mobilization for another 90 days. This decision was also supported by 328 parliamentarians.
As reported earlier, Zelensky had signed the decree On the Imposition of Martial Law in Ukraine on February 24, and the parliament endorsed it the same day with 300 votes in favor. Zelensky later twice proposed bills extending martial law for 30-day periods, and the Verkhovna Rada supported them, as well.
Zelensky also signed the decree On Full Mobilization on February 24, under which mobilization was conducted within 90 days after the decree's entry into effect.
An investigation into the actions of United Nations Peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo shines a light on years of rampant misconduct that has left thousands of broken lives. Victims of Peacekeepers say they were impregnated as children, left without child support, trafficked and raped.
Since 1999, the US has deployed its soldiers to the Congo, with the current UN mission dubbed ‘Monusco.’ While the UN acknowledged past abuses by its soldiers in the Congo, the new report was more significant in scope, interviewing over 2,500 people, including women and girls who were abused by Peacekeepers and the children resulting from those assaults. While the interviewers did not ask about Peacekeeper-fathered children, over 1,000 respondents mentioned the issue in the report.
Several female survivors – many of whom were under 18 at the time – said they were given promises of support if a sexual relationship led to a pregnancy. But once the girls became pregnant, many Peacekeepers abandoned their pledges and redeployed out of the Congo, leaving the survivors in poverty and struggling with fatherless children. Though some of the pregnancies were the result of consensual sex, other victims were raped, including by multiple Peacekeepers, while others were trafficked and prostituted to fellow UN troops.
Ukraine's embattled President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday reportedly fired the heads of three regional offices of the country's Security Service (SBU). This came after the President dismissed the top official in the agency over treason. According to Russian state media RT, the top security officials in Kyiv, Lviv and Ternopil regions were fired by presidential decree and a new leader was immediately appointed to the Kyiv office of the SBU. However, the other two agents are yet to be revealed.
Zelenskyy has been scrutinising the security agencies since mid-July when he dismissed the head of SBU, Ivan Bakanov along with his deputy and four other regional SBU heads. He also removed Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova claiming that the sudden dismissals were due to rampant “treason” under the leadership of officials.