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A top German official is predicting energy rationing riots that will make anti-lockdown unrest look like a “children’s birthday party” in comparison. We’re not talking about energy price hikes. We’re not talking about people’s bills being more expensive. We’re talking about the power being turned off completely, for God knows how long. Share this video!

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Estonia and Finland discussed missile plans that would close the Baltic Sea to Russia, Tallinn says

Tallinn and Helsinki have discussed integration of coastal missile batteries that would enable the two NATO members to blockade the Russian Navy in the Gulf of Finland, Estonia’s defense minister announced on Friday. This would turn the Baltic Sea into a “NATO internal sea,” the official said, echoing comments made earlier by Polish and Lithuanian leaders.  Estonia has been one of the most outspoken NATO members in urging a confrontation with Russia. On Thursday, Tallinn announced that it would ban entry to Russians with EU Schengen visas starting next week, and demolish all Soviet-era monuments “as soon as possible.”

Permalink Russian public’s confidence in Putin surpasses 81%, poll reveals

The level of Russian citizens' confidence in President Vladimir Putin has increased by 0.5 percentage points to 81.3% over the week, according to a poll by the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center published on Friday.  "When asked about [their] confidence in Putin, 81.3% of the Russians polled answered positively (+0.5 percentage points over the week). The level of approval of the Russian president’s activities was 78.3% (+0.2 p.p. over the week)," the results of a survey conducted among 1,600 Russian adults from August 1 to August 7 showed.


The same federal Magistrate Judge who signed the search warrant allowing FBI Agents to raid President Trump, also signed a second Warrant the same day allowing FBI to install "Pen Registers" on Trump computers and electronic eavesdropping devices in Trump's home.

The same federal Magistrate Judge who signed the search warrant allowing FBI Agents to raid President Trump, also signed a second Warrant the same day allowing FBI to install "Pen Registers" on Trump computers and electronic eavesdropping devices in Trump's home. US Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart signed both Warrants on August 5 as shown above in a screen shot of the Court Docket Records.  Trump attorney Alina Habba appeared on Fox News with Jesse Watters. She said that they had been cooperating with the National Archives over the records and that this was completely “unconstitutional.” “Our country should be terrified—I am terrified,” Habba exclaimed. She said the FBI went in when he wasn’t even there, and then told his attorneys to leave, that they couldn’t watch or be there. “That doesn’t sound good to me,” she declared.  Habba said the agents came in wearing backpacks, and she was concerned that they could have planted things since they were trying to get the attorneys out of there. Habba said she believed this was all part of the effort to try to take Trump down, and that people were “working in tandem” with other efforts.

Permalink Everything Wrong with the World in 55 seconds - VIDEO

On numerous radio shows, I have told my audience that kids today are "spoiled lazy." Parents worked their butts off trying to give their kids a better life, but those kids have now turned out to EXPECT everything from mommy and daddy. Many of them won't work, and yet think the world owes them comfort and convenience. I do not understand how our nation or our world will survive if THIS is the generation that's coming into adulthood. The level of self-centeredness, immaturity, and sense of entitlement, is utterly astounding.

Permalink Hundreds of articles dismissing ‘conspiracy theories’ read like they follow a single script

It’s not so much shooting the messenger as it is making everyone think the messenger is crazy and his or her message is automatically false. And crazy. And dangerous.

That’s the apparent goal of hundreds of mainstream articles, produced year after year, that denounce “conspiracy theories” and go to extreme lengths to discredit anyone who dares challenge the official narrative of any event. Points of view that venture outside of permissible boundaries are dismissed as the products of unbalanced minds.  Challenges are written off as being “bizarre,” “outlandish,” “pernicious,” or any one of a host of other exaggerated descriptors that reveal extreme bias. We’re told that the theories in question are false and that they were debunked years ago, as if making the claim is enough — no evidence required. What is offered as evidence usually comes in the form of quotes from some academic or other who is said to be an “expert” in the “psychology of conspiracy theories.”  The bylines on these propaganda pieces may change but the message doesn’t, as variations on the same article are endlessly regurgitated in a large number of publications. The “journalists” who create them appear to be working from a common template. And by this I don’t just mean they share a point of view; I mean they use the same dishonest points and tone.  The articles are too numerous, too similar, and too cartoonishly one-sided not to be intentional propaganda.

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