Day: May 25, 2023
The Prince And The Spy
Originally published at The Last American Vagabond.
For years, Erik Prince – the founder of mercenary firm Blackwater (now Academi) – has been a major source of controversy. Ever since he left Blackwater over a decade ago, Prince has appeared in the news for pushing to privatize several wars, … Read more...Read more
Shock: Top Insurance Analyst Says 600,000 Americans Per Year Are Dying From COVID Shots
Ireland On Verge Of Criminalizing Speech, Thought Crimes
Grimes On AI: “I Just Want A Cyborg Pop Star Going For Me Eternally.”
New Evidence FDA, CDC Hid Early Data on Myocarditis Spurs Questions of ‘Criminal Coverup’
New evidence suggests the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and U.S. Food and Drug Administration may have violated the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act when they withheld knowledge about myocarditis safety signals from the public and from COVID-19 vaccine fact sheets.… Read more...Read more
Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes sentenced to 18 Years in Prison in J6 ‘Sedition’ Case
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, who came unarmed to DC and didn’t even enter the Capitol Building on January 6th, was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Thursday for “seditious conspiracy” by Obama-appointed US district judge Amit Mehta.… Read more...Read more
CHD Responds to New York State’s Decision to End COVID Vaccine Mandate for Healthcare Workers
For Immediate Release
Rochester, NY — On Wednesday morning, an appellate court was scheduled to hear oral arguments on New York State’s (NYS) appeal of a Children’s Health Defense (CHD) sponsored lawsuit regarding the Jan. 13 decision by New York Supreme Court Judge Gerard … Read more...Read more
WATCH: Thwarting Facial Recognition – #SolutionsWatch
We all know about the danger of a future society where we’re all tracked everywhere we go every single day in real time by our phones or devices…but actually, it’s worse than that! You’re already being tracked everywhere you go, every day, and it doesn’t matter whether you leave your … Read more...Read more
OffG’s Quick Take: Mizzy, the walking strawman
Another day, another quick take. This one is about “Mizzy”. For anyone out of the loop, “Mizzy” is UK-based Tik-Toker who has enjoyed a somewhat meteoric rise to fame. Too meteoric to be natural, you might say. I’ll lay it all out for you, and you can decide for yourself … Read more...Read more
(GALLUP) 78% say it’s a bad time to buy a house
The following is from Gallup News. Twenty-one percent of U.S. adults believe it is a good time to buy a house, down nine percentage points from the prior low recorded last year. The 2022 and 2023 readings are the only times that less than half of Americans have perceived the … Read more...Read more
(POLL) Most voters say: Media Still ‘Enemy of the People’
A majority of voters don’t trust the news they’re getting about politics, and still agree with former President Donald Trump’s denunciation of the news media as “the enemy of the people.” That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. Fifty-nine percent (59%) of voters agree that the media are “truly the … Read more...Read more
Bipartisan probe of Dept. of Defense contractors’ “excess profits”
The following is from Sen. Chuck Grassley’s office. Following a CBS News investigation uncovering repeated instances of defense contractors overcharging the Department of Defense (DOD) to secure excess profits of 40 to 50 percent, costing the U.S. taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) joined Sens. Bernie … Read more...Read more
Trump social media firm files $3.78 million defamation lawsuit vs Washington Post
The following is an excerpt from Just The News. Former President Donald Trump’s social media company has sued The Washington Post for defamation over an article it published earlier this month and is seeking $3.78 billion in damages. The lawsuit by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), which owns the … Read more...Read more
A Dangerous Proposal
The foreign policy establishment’s love affair with Zelensky knows no bounds.
By Ted Galen CARPENTER
Just when one is tempted to conclude that Ukraine’s sycophantic backers in the West can’t embrace policies that are more detached from reality, leading figures in that faction manage to plumb new depths of absurdity.
The Scholzisation vs the Schroederization of Germany and the EU
An ever-growing number of politicians in Germany and EU want to turn the clock back to the way things used to be ‘pre-conflict in Ukraine’ days.
Exorbitant prices for energy supplies and economic crisis which fell upon the Western Europe as a response to the EU sanctions against Russia have … Read more...Read more
Operation Stiff Upper Lip… British Minister Rushes to Kiev Following Artyomovsk Debacle
When the NATO-backed Nazi regime in Kiev is finally defeated, people like Ben Wallace will be answerable to war crimes prosecutions.
Britain’s top military minister Ben Wallace was in Kiev this week on a surprise visit – only days after the stunning news of Russian forces finally taking the city … Read more...Read more
Is North Korea Another Flashpoint for Future Conflict?
On May 21, 2023, United States President Joe Biden, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida discussed trilateral cooperation projects on the sidelines of the G7 summit. One cooperation venture that was discussed was the confrontation of North Korea with regards to the alleged threat its … Read more...Read more
The War in Ukraine Was Provoked
The Biden administration’s insistence on NATO enlargement has made Ukraine a victim of misconceived and unachievable U.S. military aspirations, writes Jeffrey D. Sachs.
By Jeffrey D. SACHS
George Orwell wrote in 1984 that “Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”
Governments work … Read more...Read more
The Tehran Plasco Building Affair: 38 Years of Unfinished Business?
On Jan. 19, 2017 a fire started on the ninth floor of Tehran’s Plasco building at around 7:50 a.m. local time. Ten fire brigades arrived to fight the blaze. After the combined brigades fought the […]
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