Permalink EU’s New Anti-Russian Asset Grabbing Scheme is ‘Theft’, ‘Act of War’

Hundreds of billions of dollars in Russian assets were trapped abroad in 2022 after the Ukrainian crisis escalated into a full-blown NATO-Russia proxy war. Earlier this year, reports in US business media indicated that the US and its allies were having trouble locating a substantial chunk of these funds. | Belgium plans to collect 3 billion euros a year in windfall profits from Russian assets frozen in the country’s coffers to give to Ukraine for “reconstruction” purposes, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced Friday. A day earlier, De Croo explained that Belgium was “very involved” in the issue because upwards of 90 percent of the Russian assets frozen in the EU’s jurisdiction are trapped in Belgian banks. The European Commission estimated in May that the bloc has frozen over 200 billion euros in assets belonging to Russia’s Central Bank, plus 24.1 billion owned by Russian companies, tycoons and other individuals.  ‘Robbery’ in Broad Daylight | Asked to comment on Brussels’ plans, Christopher C Black, an international criminal and human rights lawyer with over 20 years’ experience under his belt, said that if realized, they would constitute “theft twice over” - first by seizing the money in the first place, and then preventing Russia from collecting its due interest. 💬 “The crime of theft becomes compounded with insult by giving the money to Kiev to finance the war against Russia, and if the money is so transferred by EU government order, it will be [an] act of war – since a nation supplying financial support to another nation to carry on a war can be considered under international law as a party to the war,” Black explained.

Permalink Penn State professor sues the college after he claimed he was forced to teach that the English language is 'racist' and the 'embodiment of white supremacy

Zack De Piero, who is white, claims he was singled out because of his skin color. He filed a lawsuit against Penn State Abington where he was an English teacher. Among the claims is that English is 'racist' and 'embodies white supremacy' | During this time he claims he was forced to grade 'hispanic and black' students differently and was subject to exercises centered on critical race theory where white staff were made to feel 'terrible.' The lawsuit, which was filed earlier this month in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, also claims he was forced to teach that the 'English language is racist and embodies white supremacy.' De Piero, the son of first generation immigrants from Italy, said his family were 'actively discriminated against - instilling a life long commitment to treating all Americans equal,' the lawsuit reads. The 40-year-old said that after alerting the university of his perceived discrimination officials allegedly retaliated by filing a bullying and harassment complaint against him and handed down lower scores on his annual performance review.

Permalink NHS Whistleblower: ‘We were ordered to “Euthanise” Patients to falsely increase COVID Death Counts while Hospitals were Empty’…

An NHS whistleblower, who wishes to remain anonymous, has come forward with allegations that the NHS hospitals were not overwhelmed during the Covid-19 pandemic, as was reported by authorities and the mainstream media. | The whistleblower also confirmed that the little care given throughout the pandemic amounted to negligence, and that the government and NHS bosses essentially instructed staff to let people die, or in some cases kill them through the ‘End of Life Care’ programme and falsely label the deaths as being due to Covid-19.

Why and how doctors kill more people than cancer (Dr Vernon Coleman)

No-one except the Globalists Will be allowed to Grow Old (Dr Vernon Coleman) | The elderly in care homes are routinely euthanized with a recommended, approved and deadly mixture of midazolam and morphine. Staff in care homes and hospitals refuse to feed those who cannot feed themselves (qualified nurses feel that feeding patients is beneath them and untrained staff are not allowed any contact with patients). The law allows non-medical staff to give the elderly sedatives and tranquillisers without their knowledge let alone their permission. In a deliberate (and successful) attempt to hasten the deaths of elderly residents, care home staff open windows even on cold days (presumably in the rather quaint and rather mediaeval belief that fresh, cold air will blow away germs).

Permalink Daniel Ellsberg is lauded in death by the same media that lets Assange rot in jail

The stark difference in treatment of the two truth-tellers is a measure of how state criminality is now completely unchecked | Rightly, there’s been an outpouring of tributes to Daniel Ellsberg following the announcement of his death last Friday, aged 92. His leaking of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 revealed that Washington officials had systematically lied for decades about US military conduct in Vietnam. The disclosure of 7,000 pages of documents, and subsequent legal battles to stop further publication by the New York Times and Washington Post, helped to bring the war to a close a few years later. As an adviser to US Secretary of Defence Robert McNamara in the 1960s, Ellsberg had seen first-hand the Pentagon’s brutal military operations that caused mass civilian casualties. Entire villages had been burned, while captured Vietnamese were tortured or executed. Deceptively, the US referred to these as “pacification programmes”.  But most of those today loudly hailing Ellsberg as an “American hero” have been far more reluctant to champion the Ellsberg of our times: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. For years, Assange has been rotting in a London high-security prison while the Biden administration seeks his extradition on charges that ludicrously equate his publication of the Afghan and Iraq war logs – a modern Pentagon Papers – with “espionage”.

Permalink Mort de Nahel : Marseille, Paris, Lille, Lyon, Nanterre… Troisième nuit de violences

Malgré la mobilisation de 40 000 membres des forces de l’ordre, dont 5000 à Paris, les scènes de violences n’ont une nouvelle fois pas pu être évitées. | Les nuits se suivent et se ressemblent depuis la mort tragique de Nahel. Les violences ont repris jeudi dans de nombreux quartiers de l’Hexagone, pour la troisième soirée consécutive après la mort mardi à Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) de l’adolescent de 17 ans tué par un policier. Ce dernier, Florian M., a été mis en examen pour homicide volontaire et placé en détention provisoire.  Cette décision n’a visiblement pas suffi à calmer les esprits. Pas plus que les regrets que le fonctionnaire incriminé aurait exprimé lors de sa garde à vue. Les heurts ont commencé à la fin de la marche blanche en hommage à Nahel, avant de s’étendre au fil de la soirée et de se prolonger dans la nuit.

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