06/26/22

Permalink A FOIA request came in for Nova Scotia

Please refer to the recently FOIAed document received from the Nova Scotia Office of the Deputy Minister Health and Wellness Department. There they go again with that fast and loose use of the word ‘Health’. It is dated June 1, 2022. Thank you to the person who made this request. The document shows that COVID-19 injectable product use has a dose response: more doses = more cases = more hospitalizations = more deaths. Easy enough to understand.


Permalink U.S. News Rand Paul Says Gun Control Bill Was Kept ‘Secret’ And Senators Not Allowed Time To Read It

As the Senate passed a gun control bill this week with fifteen Republicans siding with Democrats, Senator Rand Paul noted that no one had time to even read the legislation because it was “assembled in secret.”

💬 “Unfortunately, this legislation was assembled as many are — in secret, absent well-placed leaks to journalists,” Paul tweeted, adding “There doesn’t appear to be a willingness or time provided to read, understand, debate or amend this bill.”

The Senator further vowed to try to introduce amendments to the bill to “correct the constitutional deficiencies.” The Senate voted 64-34 Tuesday night to advance the bill. How can any elected official sincerely decide on legislation without reading it or debating it?


06/25/22

Permalink Lithuania President Wants Hike in Military Spending, More NATO Troops

NATO is expected to boost its presence in the region, but not as much as the Baltic states want.

Lithuania’s president wants his country to hike military spending to 3% of its gross domestic product (GDP) to enable it to host more NATO troops as the Baltic nations are hoping for a significant increase in the alliance’s presence in the region. An increase in NATO’s presence in Eastern Europe and the Baltic states is expected to be announced at a summit in Madrid next week. But the alliance is divided over how big a military buildup it will be. Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda told Reuters this week that he hopes Lithuania can host a brigade by 2027. “Infrastructure-wise, we are not ready to deploy a brigade-sized unit in Lithuania because there is no accommodation infrastructure here. I hope that by 2027 we will be ready,” he said.

Video: NATO battle groups ready to “defeat aggressor” in Baltic region (Anti-Bellum)


Permalink Austria Set to Retire the Vaccine Mandate by End of August

Health Minister admits that the law "isn't convincing anyone to accept vaccination," and has been responsible for deep social rifts.

eugyppius | Yesterday, Green Party health minister Johannes Rauch announced in a press conference that the Austrian vaccine mandate will be retired after 31 August. His announcement follows the decision in March to suspend the promised fines – as high as 3,600 Euros – for the unvaccinated, which were said to be “disproportionate” given the mildness of Omicron.

👉 I often hear that opposition to pandemic policies is hopeless and that we are condemned to accept nothing but loss after loss. That’s not true. This is a massive victory to Austrian opponents of mass vaccination, and it represents a serious defeat for the pandemicists, who can now only speak of their defunct mandate in apologetic tones and with vaguely embarrassed excuses. General vaccine mandates are dead all over Europe, and Omicron is only the indirect cause. The vaccinators were already at the limits of their strength even at the height of the Delta wave; improving disease statistics merely drained off enough of the ambient hysteria to make their battle wholly unwinnable. They’ll never acknowledge any weakness, they’ll deny us the appearance of every victory. And yet, despite everything they do to present an invulnerable facade, they’re not all-powerful. We haven’t won victories everywhere, but what we have done, is increase the cost of their policies, make them look ridiculous, and develop a more compelling discourse about the pandemic, than the pandemicist experts themselves have ever been able to manage.

Impfpflicht-Aus wird noch heute verkündet (Kronenzeitung)
Haftungshammer: Gesundheitsminister bestätigt – Ärzte bei Impfschäden verantwortlich (Wochenblick)


Permalink Irish Nurse Reveals What Really Went On In Hospitals During The Pandemic

Eleanor McGee: 💬 "When Covid commenced particularly around March 2020, I was incredibly concerned in general like the rest of the population. I was one of the first to think about closing our borders and stop international travel. We allowed, Cheltenham etc to go ahead. Slowly but surely, the news was consuming so many peoples lives. The first lockdown came and went. I didn’t see any benefit to it. It was causing so much social isolation. Our elderly and our children were especially affected. Schools were closing, children working via pc at home, missing their friends, grandparents missing their families etc. The announcement of a vaccine being worked on sent shivers down my spine. How on earth could they develop a vaccine so quickly? [...] I am no longer fearful of Covid. I have worked through it all. I am now more afraid of where we are going. The WHO wants to create a Global Pandemic Treaty. The proposed treaty is set to be a legally binding tool which will coordinate countries’ response to future pandemics across the globe. This week Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said Ireland would be signing up to the agreement, as reported by Gript."


Permalink Guantanamo: Afghan national released after 15 years in detention without charge

Assadullah Haroon Gul was returned to his home country of Afghanistan after the US complied with a court order that ruled his detention unlawful.

An Afghan prisoner who was held in US custody for nearly 15 years without charge was released from the Guantanamo Bay detention centre on Friday and returned to his home country of Afghanistan. Assadullah Haroon Gul, held at Guantanamo under the name Haroon al-Afghani, departed the prison and flew on a US Air Force plane to Qatar, which for years has served as an interlocutor between the Taliban and the US. Qatari officials then handed him over to Taliban government representatives in Doha, a senior US official told The New York Times. Soon after this, Afghan government media released photos of Gul meeting with Taliban officials in Qatar.


Permalink Pro-choice protesters burn American flag in streets of Washington DC after Roe v. Wade reversal

The pro-choice Washington, D.C. protesters could be heard cheering as the American flag was burned

Pro-choice protesters in Washington, D.C. burned the American flag on Friday night following the Supreme Court decision which reversed Roe v. Wade. Protesters burned the American flag near the intersection of D St. NW and 7th St SW in Washington, D.C. on Friday night. One sign that was next to the burning flag read "F--k MPD" and another reads "F--k you Thomas, Alito, Coney Barrett, Kavanaugh, Gorsuch, Roberts." Protesters could be heard cheering as the American flag was burned on the Washington, D.C. street.

City of Washington, DC Deploys . . . PALLETS OF BRICKS in front of Republican National Committee HQ, just Blocks from Supreme Court Bldg. (Hal Turner)


Permalink Yes, Biden Is Hiding His Plan To Rig The 2022 Midterm Elections

The White House is refusing to share details about its coordinated efforts to engage in a federal takeover of election administration.

President Biden [sic] really does not want the public to know about his federal takeover of election administration. Dozens of members of Congress have repeatedly asked for details, to no avail. Good government groups, members of the media, and private citizens have filed requests under the Freedom of Information Act. Not a single one has been responded to. All signs indicate a concerted effort to keep the public in the dark until at least after the November midterm elections. The lack of transparency and responsiveness is so bad that the Department of Justice and some of its agencies have been repeatedly sued for the information. When President Biden ordered all 600 federal agencies to “expand citizens’ opportunities to register to vote and to obtain information about, and participate in, the electoral process” on March 7, 2021, Republican politicians, Constitutional scholars, and election integrity specialists began to worry exactly what was up his sleeve.


Permalink S E V E N ⎮ a New Film by Dylan Avery About the "Collapse" of Wtc 7 & Dr. Leroy Hulsey's Study

This 45-minute film, directed by Dylan Avery and narrated by beloved actor Ed Asner, tells the story of World Trade Center Building 7 — from its jaw-dropping “collapse” on 9/11 to the government’s blatant cover-up to the intrepid study by Dr. Leroy Hulsey and his Ph.D. students at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Please consider purchasing a copy of this film.


06/24/22

Permalink Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion

The Supreme Court on Friday ended constitutional protections for abortion that had stood in America for nearly a half-century. The decision by the court’s conservative majority overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling and is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states. The ruling, unthinkable just a few years ago, was the culmination of decades of efforts by abortion opponents, made possible by an emboldened right side of the court that has been fortified by three appointees of former President Donald Trump. Both sides predicted the fight over abortion would continue, in state capitals and in Washington, and Justice Clarence Thomas, part of Friday’s majority, called on the court to overturn other high court rulings protecting same-sex marriage, gay sex and the use of contraceptives. Clinics in at least two states, Wisconsin and West Virginia. stopped performing abortions after Friday’s decision. Abortion foes cheered the ruling, but abortion-rights supporters, including President Joe Biden, expressed dismay and pledged to fight to restore the rights.

More than 2 dozen states to restrict abortions after Roe v Wade overturned in Dobbs decision (Fox News)


Permalink Possible Causes of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome

Dr. Vernon Coleman | Doctors around the world are puzzled at the epidemic of sudden deaths occurring among previously healthy young adults. Many are said to be conducting investigations to help them decide what could possibly be the cause. In order to help them I have compiled a list of all the known possible explanations for Sudden Adult Death Syndrome:

1. Eating too many marmalade sandwiches.
2. Stepping on cracks between paving slabs.
3. Not stepping on cracks between paving slabs.
4. Putting too much tomato sauce/ketchup on meals.
5. Not saying your prayers.
6. Allowing yourself to be injected with an experimental, inadequately tested, pseudo-vaccine which, I reported using the FDA’s Draft Working List (details of which are on both my websites in the article called, ‘How Many are the Vaccines Killing?’) on the 8th December 2020, was known to cause myocarditis, encephalitis, convulsions, strokes, Guillain-Barre syndrome, meningitis, pericarditis, bleeding, clots, joint pain and many other disorders and which I also reported did not stop people getting covid-19 and did not stop them spreading it if they did get it.

I do hope this list is helpful to all those puzzled doctors. I can offer them one more piece of advice: Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is caused by ONE of the above. Maybe if a good many really clever, well-paid doctors sit down in a big room in a large, expensive hotel somewhere exotic they may be able to work out which one it is.

Does The Vaccine Apparatus Actually Think The Acronym "Sudden Adult Death Syndrome" Will Make All These Sudden Deaths Seem Part Of The "New Normal?" (Celia Farber)


Permalink NATO Blockades Kaliningrad

With the success of Russia’s operations in Ukraine, we have to be concerned about NATO reacting to their strategic defeat by shifting their aggression not only to intense economic and propaganda warfare against Russia but also against Russia’s position in the Baltic region.

Christopher Black | While there are some initial comments in the Russian and other media that Kaliningrad could be supplied by sea, the difficulties of doing so and the insult of the blockade, which as I stated is an act of war by Lithuania, make it more likely that direct action will be taken against Lithuania by Russia, for what else can “retaliatory measures” mean otherwise. For this blockade is different from the general economic warfare being conducted against Russia. This is the beginning of a siege of a major Russian city and military base by NATO and is a direct threat to St. Petersburg. It cannot be tolerated.


Permalink CEOs Start to Push Back Against ‘Woke’ Employee Bullying

Corporate executives tell workers stick to business, leave politics at home.

In an indication that corporate progressivism may be reaching its high-water mark, CEOs for the first time are pushing back against activist employees, in some cases going so far as to fire them rather than steer their companies into the mire of “woke” politics. Last week, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell became the latest executive to say he has had enough. He invited employees who felt “triggered” by controversial ideas to accept a severance package and leave the company.


Permalink Israel Murders Iranians While Biden Kills the Iran Deal

Connor Freeman | In a clear message to Tehran, an American B-52 flew over the Persian Gulf as soon as Joe Biden entered the White House. Biden promised to return the U.S. to the Iran nuclear deal. But indirect talks to revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which began last April, have stalled for three months without a resolution in sight. Counting on the reliable support of Biden and bipartisan Iran hawks in Congress, the nuclear-armed Israeli apartheid regime intends to kill the deal entirely. [...] Formally known for years as “Israel’s man in Washington,” President Biden is essentially pursuing ultra-Zionist Donald Trump’s foreign policy regarding Iran and supporting, tacitly or otherwise, Tel Aviv’s relentless attacks against Iran and its allies. Biden is continuously imposing yet more sanctions, increasing the “Maximum Pressure” on the economically crippled Iranian people.


Permalink Berlin's ongoing pressure on the Telegram messenger app...

Russian MFA/Maria Zakharova | News about Berlin's ongoing pressure on the Telegram messenger app has been leaked to Der Spiegel. According to the information obtained by the magazine, the German criminal police forced the company to hand over users’ personal data under various vague pretexts, as well as to block channels at the request of law enforcement agencies. [...] And now this “no pressure” has forced the company's management to enter into a nexus dialogue with the German police. Regular consultations are held, and, according to Der Spiegel, the head of Telegram attends them “wearing a hoodie.” As a result, the Germans have forced the messenger app to leak user data to them.

The Federal Bureau of Tweets: Twitter Is Hiring an Alarming Number of FBI Agents (Alan Macleod)


06/23/22

Permalink EU Parliament backs Ukraine, Moldova as leaders meet in Brussels

EU leaders are in Brussels to discuss the membership bids of Ukraine and Moldova. Meanwhile, the European Parliament has voted heavily in favor of the two countries' getting candidate status.

The European Parliament has voted in favor of granting Ukraine and Moldova EU candidate status while leaders are meeting in Brussels to discuss the issue on Thursday. European Parliament President Roberta Metsola said the vote had been "unequivocal" and that the European Council "should grant candidate status today" to the two countries. "This will show leadership, resolve and vision in context of Russia's war against Ukraine," she tweeted. [...] North Macedonia and Albania still in limbo: Meanwhile, leaders failed to break a deadlock over a stalled membership bids from North Macedonia and Albania.


Permalink NATO, Lithuania play with hellfire over Kaliningrad

NATO Begins Land Blockade of Russian Enclave of Kaliningrad, Little Russia, in an Effort to Provoke Further Conflict.

Kaliningrad is an enclave of Russia on the Baltic Sea, with a population of around 450,000 Russians. Kaliningrad is surrounded by NATO countries Lithuania to the north and Poland to the south. Land access for Russia to Kaliningrad is a matter of treaties between Russia and Lithuania providing transit to the Russian enclave through Suwalski gap where railroads connect Kaliningrad to Belarus. In an intentionally provocative move, the NATO alliance has now decided to use Lithuania to cut off access to Kaliningrad by land. [...] This action is being taken as the same time as EU NATO countries are threatening to rush NATO membership for Ukraine into place. There is no other way to look at this decision by NATO member states as anything except a deliberate effort to increase the likelihood of war between Russia and the western alliance. Moscow warned of ‘very tough actions’ against the Western security alliance member after deliveries of coal, metals, construction materials and advanced technology were stopped from entering the Russian territory. The Lithuanian chargé d’affaires in Moscow was told that unless cargo transit was resumed in the near future, Russia reserves the right to act to protect its national interests. The Russian foreign ministry said:

💬 ‘We consider provocative measures of the Lithuanian side which violate Lithuania’s international legal obligations, primarily the 2002 Joint Statement of the Russian Federation and the European Union on transit between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of the Russian Federation, to be openly hostile.’


Permalink Lithuania Says Prepared for Russian Retaliation Over Kaliningrad Embargo, Doesn’t Expect Military Action

Russia has vowed to respond to Lithuania's decision to block sanctioned goods from being delivered to Kaliningrad via rail.

Lithuania’s president on Wednesday said the Baltic nation is prepared for Russian retaliation over its decision to block the transit of sanctioned goods to Kaliningrad, the Russian enclave sandwiched in between Lithuania and Poland. Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda told Reuters that Vilnius is ready for “unfriendly steps” such as Russia cutting the Baltic nation from a shared power grid, but doesn’t expect a military response. [...] While Lithuania has a small military, it’s not afraid of Russian military action due to its NATO membership. “I do not believe that Russia will challenge us in military sense, because we are a NATO member,” Nauseda said.


Permalink Undemocratic deterrence

If Assange is extradited, assumptions will be made that could weaken democracy, The Irish Times warns.

💬 “One is the assertion that the US can punish anyone, anywhere in the world who is involved in disclosing information it wants to keep secret. Assange is not American; he never signed up to any legal commitment to keep America's secrets. If he can be extradited, why not the editors of the Guardian and Der Spiegel and their reporters who worked on the story? The other is that Assange is not charged only with putting the lives of informants at risk by disclosing their names. He is charged with conspiring with Chelsea Manning to obtain classified information. ... News is what somebody in power would prefer to keep secret. The rest is PR - and the worst kind is military PR.” (Dec 14 2021)


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