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Jul 08 17:45

Children face just a one in 500,000 risk of dying from Covid, studies show amid growing row over whether youngsters should be given vaccines

In England, just 25 under-18s have died from Covid, which equates to around two in a million, experts said.

Young people with pre-existing medical conditions, like heart disease and cancer, and severe disability, which can include cerebral palsy and autism, have a higher chance of becoming seriously ill from the virus.

But the scientists - from three top British universities - said this risk is no higher then the risk from flu.

Teenagers, black and obese children were also at higher risk from dying with Covid but these numbers were still very low, they found.

Jul 08 17:42

'Smartphones increase your risk of CANCER': Spending just 17 minutes a day on your device over a ten year period increases the risk of tumours by 60%, controversial study claims

The controversial research involved statistical analysis of 46 different studies into mobile phone use and health around the world, by experts from UC Berkeley.

They found that using a mobile for 1,000 hours, or roughly 17 minutes per day over a ten year period, increased the risk of developing cancerous tumours by 60 per cent.

Researchers say that radiation from mobile signals 'interfere with cellular mechanisms' and can result in the creation of stress proteins that cause DNA damage, tumours and even cell death in extreme cases.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) denies any link, saying there is 'no consistent or credible scientific evidence of health problems caused by the exposure to radio frequency energy emitted by cell phones.'

Jul 08 17:39

Not exactly smart: Study points out issues with smart cities

In a June 10 study published in Buildings, two United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) researchers examined more than 40 studies about smart cities from different sources worldwide. They managed to find five major issues that arise with smart cities: excess data centers, proliferation of undersea cables, accumulation of e-waste, cybersecurity threats and electromagnetic pollution from 5G energy.

The researchers challenged the notion of 5G as energy-saving and reducing CO2 emissions. They noted that 5G can only transmit wireless data for a 10-mile distance, compared to 4G which can transmit data for around 1,000 miles. Because of this shorter distance, more relay towers and antennas are needed to transmit 5G.

Jul 08 17:37

Canada is turning into a “COVID Police State,” warns constitutional lawyer

Canadian constitutional lawyer and president of the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms John Carpay is warning the public that Canada is at risk of becoming a totalitarian COVID police state.

In a video he released in early May titled “Canada: The COVID Police State,” Carpay warned about how the Canadian government is turning into a police state. It is doing this through the accumulation of more and more power for itself under the pretext of keeping society safe from the coronavirus.

“Very basic, fundamental freedoms have been taken away from us,” said Carpay.

Jul 08 17:36

Biodiesel and other “green” fuels are obliterating the world’s rainforests

A recent study looked at the effects of the European Union’s infamous “green fuel” laws, which were first enacted back in 2010. It revealed that in order to produce enough biofuel to power Europe, massive swaths of pristine South American and Asian rainforests have had to be obliterated.

In their place, giant palm and soy plantations now exist, producing a steady supply of “clean” energy for our neighbors across the pond. It makes no sense, of course, but not much in the “green” energy industry does if you really take a closer look at it.

Europe’s Renewable Energy Directive (RED) demanded that EU member nations achieve a 10 percent renewable energy target by the year 2020. Over the past 10 years since it was enacted, roughly four million hectares of forests have had to be plowed and replaced with biofuel plantations in order to meet this goal.

Jul 08 16:13

Jim Rickards: China Is A Fragile Giant

Jul 08 15:48

California Researchers Discover America's First "Triple" Mutant COVID Strain

Time to turn the fear dial up to '11'...

Jul 08 15:34


Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccine, sits down with Del to give his honest concerns about why this is the wrong technology to use against #Covid19 and, in particular, the extreme danger it poses to young people.

Jul 08 14:17

Capitol Police, Exempt From FOIA & Above The Law, Expanding Throughout U.S. Thanks to $2B in New Funding

The US Capitol Police are expanding their operations throughout the country thanks to $2 billion in new funding secured thanks to the self-professed "Defund the Police" champions of "the Squad."

As we saw with the execution of unarmed 14-year Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt at the hands of a still (officially) unnamed Capitol police officer and his swift exoneration by Attorney General Merrick Garland's corrupt Department of Justice, the Capitol police are allowed to kill people with impunity.

They're also exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

Jul 08 13:56

Free Speech Victory: Supreme Court Limits School Attempts To Regulate Off-Campus Speech & Usurp Parents’ Rights To Discipline Children

In a victory for parents’ rights and students’ free speech rights, the U.S. Supreme Court has restricted the authority of public schools to punish students for speech engaged in off-campus.

Jul 08 13:55

Union Approves Teaching White Kids To Feel Ashamed For Being White

The fight over critical race theory in U.S. schools meets a new challenge as the biggest teachers union, one that is filled with avowed 'Democratic Socialists' have embraced progressives' racially focused curriculum.

Throughout its annual assembly late last week, the National Education Association voted to maintain teaching critical race theory in K-12 schools, according to the Washington Examiner.

The NEA's approved "new business item" established a task force for promoting a curriculum focusing more profoundly on race.

Jul 08 13:47

New Details Emerge About The Biden Administration Alleged Spying On Tucker Carlson

A new report from a left-of-center news organization on Wednesday gave new information about the explosive claim that the Biden administration has been spying on Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

“Carlson was talking to U.S.-based Kremlin intermediaries about setting up an interview with Vladimir Putin shortly before the Fox News host accused the National Security Agency of spying on him,” Axios reported. “U.S. government officials learned about Carlson’s efforts to secure the Putin interview” and subsequently “Carlson learned that the government was aware of his outreach.”

During the last week in June, Carlson said on his show:

Jul 08 13:36

Russian bomber jets practice taking out targets with cruise missiles in Arctic, just weeks after warning US to steer clear (VIDEO)

The Ministry of Defense in Moscow confirmed on Thursday that two of its bomber jets had conducted a series of staged drills in the Arctic region of the country, practicing firing off rockets and unleashing volleys from their guns.

The two long-range warplanes, a Tupolev Tu-160 hypersonic jet and a Tu-95ms missile platform, took off from an airfield near the central Russian city of Saratov, flying 4,000 kilometers north for the exercises.

Jul 08 13:35

Germany faces ‘EPIDEMIC’ of child sex abuse; WHO estimates of a million victims are ‘too low’ – it has to be stopped!

In Germany’s latest horrific case of child abuse, paedophiles filmed sex acts on their own children to share online. Kids learn ‘stranger danger’ but a leading campaigner says to ‘think the unthinkable’ about who real abusers are.

As four evil paedophiles begin their prison sentences this week having been found guilty of being part of the biggest child abuse ring ever uncovered in Germany, one of the nation’s most tireless campaigners has warned that sex abuse of children is at epidemic levels.

Activist Julia von Weiler, from the German branch of global NGO Innocence in Danger, says that the World Health Organisation estimates of a million German children having suffered sexual violence is way too low.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The whole world is sick!

Jul 08 13:07

These 9 States Are Cutting Income Taxes to Boost Their Recovery

By Brad Polumbo

Finally, some good news. In nine states and counting, residents will owe less on their next state income tax bill as local officials seek to stimulate the economic recovery by lowering taxes.

Arizona is the latest state to slash income taxes, Fox Business reports, with Governor Doug Ducey signing into law last week a “flat tax” reform that will lower the average Arizonan’s tax bill by $340. According to the Tax Foundation, the other states to lower income taxes include Ohio, Idaho, Oklahoma, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, and New Hampshire. Others such as North Carolina and Wisconsin are currently considering doing the same.

Jul 08 13:00

Teen Who Had Heart Attack After COVID Vaccine Tells RFK, Jr.: ‘I Thought It Was Safe’

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Hours after attending his college graduation, Isaiah Harris was rushed to the emergency room after complaining of being unable to breathe. Once at the hospital, Harris suffered a heart attack while waiting for treatment.

Harris was diagnosed with inflammation of the heart, or myocarditis. The condition was later attributed to Pfizer’s COVID vaccine — but doctors initially refused to believe his condition had anything to do with the vaccine, Harris told Children’s Health Defense Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., on the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast.

Jul 08 12:35

Lawsuit claims FBI supervisors drunk-texted employee, sexually harassed special agent with rainbow-colored sex toy

A lawsuit claims that the Federal Bureau of Investigation office in Las Vegas was rife with ill behavior, including drunk texts sent by an FBI supervisor and sexual harassment with a rainbow-colored sex toy.An FBI agent brought a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation, claiming that she was sexually harassed by two supervisors. FBI Supervisory Special Agent Karen Veltri alleges she was subjected to retaliation from the intelligence agency after she reported sexual abuse to multiple oversight bodies, as well as FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Jul 08 12:21

Jason Vukovich (Picture)

Jul 08 12:19

Democrats want infrastructure deal done in TWO WEEKS: Chuck Schumer sets July 19 deadline for Biden's $1.7 trillion bill to hit the senate floor

Democrats want the massive bi-partisan infrastructure deal done quickly as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has said he wants the bill ready to hit the Senate floor by July 19, it has been reported.

Jul 08 12:05

Biden wants 14 years of education for ALL Americans and to extend child tax credits to 2025: President demands two more years of school so US can compete with the world in Illinois speech drawing hundreds of Trump protesters

President Joe Biden on Wednesday called for the education system to be expanded from 12 years to 14 years for all Americans to make the US more competitive on a global scale.

Jul 08 12:03

Tucker Carlson reveals he was trying to secure interview with Putin when the NSA 'spied on him and planned to leak his emails to paint him as a Russian operative' and says the agency's director must have 'personally approved my unmasking'

Tucker Carlson said on Wednesday night that he was trying to arrange an interview with Russian president Vladimir Putin when he 'was spied on by the NSA'.

Jul 08 12:01

Conservationists are rushing to raise $65 MILLION to build a green bridge over a California highway to help free mountain lions stuck in the Santa Monica Mountains that are facing extinction because of inbreeding

Conservationists are in a rush to raise $65 million (£47 million) to fund a 'green bridge' stretching across a highway in California that will allow mountain lions to roam more freely.

Jul 08 11:59

Florida gym chain owner offers $500-a-month endorsement deals to ALL 90 University of Miami football players as college boosters take advantage of new NCAA sponsorship rules

The owner of a chain of Florida gyms is offering to pay $6,000 in endorsement money to all 90 scholarship players on the University of Miami football team in a move that could significantly impact the future of recruiting in college athletics.

Jul 08 11:50

Democratic Rep. Andy Kim donates the J. Crew holiday sale suit he wore on the day of the Capitol riot to the Smithsonian and says it's a symbol of 'resilience and hope'

Rep. Andy Kim revealed on Tuesday that he donated the blue J. Crew suit he wore to the Capitol Building on January 6 to the Smithsonian.

Jul 08 11:48

Sex-ed teacher at NYC's $55k woke Dalton school claims she quit because bosses didn't support after fed-up parents complained about her lessons on masturbation and hugging without consent

A sex-ed teacher who resigned from a prestigious $55,000-per-year Manhattan private school following a backlash at the porn lessons she gave to kids says she stepped down due to a lack of support from bosses.

Jul 08 11:44

REVEALED: The White House HELPED Hunter Biden reach deal to keep buyers of his paintings listed for up to $500,000 confidential so they could 'avoid' ethics issues

The White House helped broker the deal that would allow buyers of Hunter Biden's paintings to remain confidential, despite widespread concerns it could lead to bribery and influence peddling, it was revealed on Thursday.

The plan will allow Hunter Biden to forge ahead with his new career as a visual artist after a career change from a high-paid consultant on international deals, by also shielding him from the identities of those who purchase his pricey works.

The deal came about after Biden administration staffers reached out to Hunter's lawyers to forge a plan intended to 'avoid' ethics concerns and let the president's son pursue his new career.

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Jul 08 11:42

Letting filthy private jets go tax-free shows how the EU prioritises the mega-rich over the masses

Despite being hugely damaging for the environment, private planes operated by millionaires are to be given carbon tax exemption by hypocritical bureaucrats who tirelessly push a green agenda. It’s Brussels hypocrisy at its finest.

Before many seriously thought about Brexit, and before Boris Johnson and the Leave brigade had even dared hope for a referendum on quitting the European Union, the party that went on to cause a political earthquake by winning the 2014 European elections came up with a brilliant campaign billboard that resonated across the country.

The large poster from the outliers at UKIP juxtaposed two images: one of a miserable and crowded commute on a bus and the other of a Brussels bureaucrat sitting comfortably in the back of a chauffeur-driven limousine, smug smile plastered across his face and the flags adorning the facade of the European Commission’s headquarters visible through the rear window.

Jul 08 11:42

Beyond Meat launches new meat-free chicken tenders in U.S. restaurants

Beyond Meat said a new version of its meat-free chicken tenders will debut Thursday in nearly 400 restaurants across the U.S.

The tenders will be the first Beyond chicken substitute available across the country in more than two years. In early 2019, the company discontinued its original chicken alternative, frozen chicken strips, to focus on its Beyond Burger.

"The demand for our beef products really started to pick up to the point where we really had to allocate all of production capacity to it," CEO Ethan Brown said in an interview. "So we decided to discontinue, which was also motivated by the fact that we wanted to make it better."

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Oooooh ... YUMMY!

Jul 08 11:41

Tucson nullifies Arizona’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ law within the city

Tucson, Ariz. city officials passed a resolution last week agreeing to ignore the state’s new “Second Amendment sanctuary” law that bans the enforcement of specific federal gun regulations during a city council meeting.

According to the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero and the city council unanimously passed a resolution rejecting the state’s “Second Amendment sanctuary” status, declaring that “federal laws, orders and acts that regulate firearms in a manner that is consistent with the requirements of the United States Constitution” will “remain in full force and effect” in Tucson “regardless of whether those laws, orders or acts are more restrictive or prohibitive than regulations established under the laws of this state.”

Jul 08 11:39

Over 3,800 Germans got sick with Covid-19 following full vaccination, hundreds were hospitalized – health watchdog

Germany has registered more than 3,800 symptomatic Covid-19 cases among people that were fully vaccinated against the disease since February, the nation’s disease control and prevention agency, the Robert Koch Institute, said.

A total of 3,806 Germans developed symptoms of Covid-19 at least two weeks after getting fully vaccinated against the virus between February 1 and July 7, 2021, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) said in its latest status report published late on Wednesday.

Another 4,110 people also contracted the virus after full vaccination but had asymptomatic cases over the same period, the agency said. More than 270 people – mostly elderly – had to be hospitalized with Covid-19 despite getting all the necessary vaccine doses.

Jul 08 11:29

China reveals ambitious plans to launch a fleet of 900-tonne rockets into space by 2031 to divert an asteroid and avoid an apocalyptic collision with our planet

Experts at China’s National Space Science Centre have unveiled a plan to launch a fleet of rockets into space to practice diverting an asteroid away from Earth.

Jul 08 11:28

Marjorie Taylor Greene likens Biden's 'door-to-door' vaccine policy to sending Nazi paramilitary 'brown shirts' to American homes - weeks after comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust

Marjorie Taylor Greene again compared Joe Biden's coronavirus response to Nazi Germany on Tuesday as she lashed out at the president's plan to 'target' unvaccinated Americans by going door-to-door to promote the jab.

Jul 08 11:28

Can’t compare. (Picture)

Jul 08 11:26

The Economic Collapse Is AGAIN Accelerating!

Jul 08 11:26

Trump calls the Capitol riot an 'unfortunate event' and says there's 'no reason' Ashli Babbitt was shot dead

Former President Donald Trump called the January 6 Capitol attack an 'unfortunate event' during a press conference Wednesday at his Bedminster resort.

Jul 08 11:26

Job opportunity (Picture)

Jul 08 11:24

Welcome to Zuckerville! Facebook is developing its own city near Silicon Valley HQ complete with 1,700 apartments, a supermarket, hotel and new offices

Facebook is developing its own city right next to its Silicon Valley headquarters - meaning some employees, if they choose to live there, will never have to leave the confines of the social media giant's expanding empire.

Jul 08 11:23

Giuliani: FBI Refused to Take Hunter Biden’s Hard Drives that Contained Child Pornography During Raid (VIDEO)

It is well known that Rudy Giuliani exposed the Biden crime family and their illegal and unethical dealings with numerous foreign governments and regimes including Ukraine. So this was payback from the left.

And it is well known that the Biden Crime Family pushed the Ukrainian government to fire the prosecutor investigating Joe Biden’s crooked and drug-addled son Hunter Biden.

Rudy Giuliani later released a statement about the political raid on his home and business.
Rudy said the corrupt Biden DOJ took everything but the computer hard drives from Hunter Biden’s laptop computer.

Jul 08 11:22

Surgeon General issues grim warning on Indian Delta variant, saying: 'If you are not vaccinated, you are in trouble,' and claims a future COVID strain could BEAT vaccines

America's Surgeon General has issued a grim warning on the COVID Indian Delta variant, saying: 'If you are not vaccinated, you're in trouble.'

Dr Vivek Murthy pulled no punches while chatting with CNN host Erica Hill on Wednesday morning, and even raised the specter of a future strain of COVID that could beat all vaccines currently available to tackle it.

Asked about the latest variant, which is the most transmissible strain of COVID so far discovered, Murthy told Hill: 'The good news is that if you're vaccinated, and fully vaccinated, that means two weeks after your last shot, then there is good evidence that you have a high degree of protection against this virus.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Keeping up the fear to keep up vaccine profits!

Jul 08 11:21

In Many Cities In America, The Criminals Are Starting To Gain Firm Control Of The Streets

Every week the horrendous crime wave that is sweeping across America seems to get even worse. In some of our largest cities, looting, murder and violence are becoming a way of life, and authorities seem powerless to do anything about it. Is this what we can expect life in the United States to look like moving forward? All over the globe, people are watching us, and they are stunned by what they have been witnessing. Criminals are wildly out of control, and many of our largest cities are being transformed into extremely violent war zones.

For example, just check out what happened in Oakland over the weekend. According to Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong, his officers were completely overwhelmed by “the level of violence and gunfire”…

Jul 08 11:13

How the CIA made Google

INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project, breaks the exclusive story of how the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain ‘information superiority.’

Jul 08 11:11

Nearly 4,000 Fully Vaccinated People in Massachusetts Test Positive for COVID-19

Nearly 4,000 people in Massachusetts who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 have tested positive for the disease, adding to the growing number of breakthrough cases nationwide.

According to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, as of June 12, there were 3,791 infections among the 3.7 million fully vaccinated people in the state, or about one out of every 1,000 individuals.

Jul 08 11:10

Biden Health Secretary: ‘Absolutely the Government’s Business’ to Know Who Gets Vaccinated

Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra argued that the federal government is entitled to know who has been vaccinated against COVID-19, responding to concerns over a recently announced White House plan to send teams door-to-door.

“Perhaps we should point out that the federal government has had to spend trillions of dollars to try to keep Americans alive during this pandemic, so it is absolutely the government’s business. It is taxpayers’ business if we have to continue to spend money to try to keep people from contracting COVID and helping reopen the economy,” Becerra told CNN on Thursday.

Becerra claimed that “knocking on a door has never been against the law” and “you don’t have to answer, but we hope you do.” He added, “Because if you haven’t been vaccinated, we can help dispel some of those rumors you’ve heard and hopefully get you vaccinated.”

Jul 08 11:09

After year with virtually no flu, scientists worry the next season could be a bad one

More than a year after the pandemic started, Covid-19 is still ravaging parts of the world, but now scientists are warning that another virus could be a serious threat in the coming months: influenza.

This season, the flu virtually disappeared, with less than 2,000 lab-confirmed cases in the United States to date, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In a typical flu season, the U.S. could see more than 200,000 lab-confirmed cases by this time of year, a tiny fraction of the true number of cases, estimated to range from 9 million to 45 million annually.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Can't let the flu vaccine sales slump!

Jul 08 11:08

Moderna starts human trials of an mRNA-based flu shot

Moderna gave its mRNA-based seasonal flu vaccine to the first set of volunteers in a clinical trial, the pharmaceutical company announced today. The start of the trial marks the next stage of the company’s work on this type of vaccine technology after the overwhelming success of its COVID-19 vaccine, which was built using the same strategy.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, mRNA vaccines were still largely experimental, even as they were heralded as the future of vaccine development. People who get an mRNA vaccine are injected with tiny snippets of genetic material from the target virus. Their cells use that genetic information to build bits of the virus, which the body’s immune system learns to fight against.

Jul 08 11:07

Biden’s Plan to Deploy Federal Teams in Door-to-Door COVID Vaccine Campaign Sparks Backlash

President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced plans to ramp up the federal government’s efforts to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID under a new program that includes “literally knocking on doors,” as Biden puts it.

Speaking from the White House two days after the federal government fell short of its goal of having 70% of adults get their first COVID shot by July 4, Biden said:

“So, please get vaccinated now. It works. It’s free. And it’s never been easier, and it’s never been more important. Do it now — for yourself and the people you care about; for your neighborhood; for your country. It sounds corny, but it’s a patriotic thing to do.”

According to data from the CDC, more than 67% of American adults have received at least one shot and more than 157 million are fully vaccinated.

Jul 08 11:06

The best way to beat the Delta variant

Enter the Covid-19 Delta strain, the latest evolutionary hop of the coronavirus to ever more transmissible variants. It is tearing through Europe and Asia, as well as everywhere else, and has established a significant presence in the US, accounting for more than half of all new infections.

Perhaps it is no longer safe to go back into the water.

Even with this latest incursion, the news still shouldn't be that bad. Studies so far show that the Delta variant is controlled by the current messenger RNA vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna -- but its contagiousness means that everyone -- including teens and, as soon as it is proven safe, younger children -- must get vaccinated.

This includes the vaccine-hesitant. Perhaps reports of the Delta variant overwhelming lower-vaccinated communities and fears of local spikes may help convince people.

Jul 08 11:05

America’s Largest Police Department: “Come Have Fun In The NYPD Game Trailer”

By MassPrivateI

Four years ago, when I wrote an article about police department ice cream trucks I thought only kids would be fooled by them. I didn’t think tone-deaf police departments would come up with another disturbing PR move portraying them as ‘officer friendly’ to minorities.

Now the largest police department in the country, the New York Police Department (NYPD), has unveiled their latest neighborhood propaganda tool — a government-sponsored gaming trailer. Even the most ardent police supporters would be hard-pressed to find a more culturally insensitive thing to happen to minority youths in recent memory...

Jul 08 11:03

Google “bought off Samsung” to limit app store competition, 36 states allege

Yesterday, dozens of state attorneys general sued Google on antitrust grounds, alleging that the company worked to “preemptively quash” competing app stores (most notably the Samsung Galaxy Store) and maintain its monopoly on Android app distribution.

The lawsuit alleges that Google engaged in a range of anticompetitive practices, including offering large app developers profit-sharing agreements in exchange for exclusivity, creating unnecessary hurdles for sideloading, and attempting “to buy off Samsung to limit competition from the Samsung Galaxy app store.”

Google says the lawsuit is “meritless.” “It’s strange that a group of state attorneys general chose to file a lawsuit attacking a system that provides more openness and choice than others,” Wilson White, Google’s senior director of public policy, wrote in a blog post.

Google’s iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary

Jul 08 11:03

Didn't You ALREADY Warn Him, Joe? Biden Says He'll Go Straight To Putin With His 'Message' On $50million REvil Ransomware Attacks Amid Criticism He Is Being Weak On Russia

President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he will personally deliver a message to Vladimir Putin about the rash of cyber attacks taking place on American companies and groups.

Jul 08 11:02

FBI orders new look at autopsy of black Louisiana driver Ronald Greene who died in 2019 traffic stop after police FINALLY release bodycam footage which shows cops punching and kicking him after minor crash

The FBI has ordered a second look at the autopsy of a black Louisiana driver who died in a 2019 traffic stop after police finally released bodycam footage showing cops punching and kicking him after a minor crash.

Jul 08 10:46

Bill Cosby 83, says he'll fight lawsuit alleging he assaulted woman at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 to 'clear his name once and for all' after being freed from prison

Newly-free Bill Cosby has vowed to fight a civil lawsuit from a woman who claims he sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 1964.

Jul 08 10:46

A Mayor's promise (Picture)

Jul 08 10:44

Federal judge says Air Force is '60% responsible' for 2017 mass shooting at Texas church that left 26 dead because it failed to disclose gunman's domestic violence history to FBI database that would have barred him from buying firearms

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Air Force is '60 percent' responsible for a 2017 Texas church shooting that left 26 people dead because the military branch didn't disclose the gunman's history of domestic violence, which could've prevented him from buying firearms.

Jul 08 10:44

Calm down (Picture)

Jul 08 10:42

Great father (Picture)

Jul 08 10:37

Trump says Hunter Biden is worse than Al Capone and there are more 'crimes on his laptop' than the mobster ever committed

Former President Donald Trump said Wednesday there was more 'criminal activity' on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop than mobster Al Capone ever carried out.

Jul 08 10:27

BLM? Antifa? (Picture)

Jul 08 10:27

Two separate arthritis drugs cut the risk of death for severely ill COVID-19 patients by 21% when coupled with steroids, WHO analysis finds

Treating seriously ill COVID-19 patients with one of two arthritis drugs plus a steroid can cut the risk of death, a new analysis from the World Health Organization (WHO) finds.

Jul 08 10:24

Weakness disgust me (Picture)

Jul 08 10:23

Nearly 60% of Americans say they are 'thriving' - the highest number since 2008 - as the country continues to bounce back from the pandemic

Americans say they are 'thriving' in record numbers as the country continues to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic.

Jul 08 10:20

Florida? (Picture)

Jul 08 10:19

Mysterious illness blinding and killing songbirds is spreading across the US with THOUSANDS of cases now reported in nine states

An mystery infection that is blinding and killing songbirds is spreading across the US and has now been recorded in thousands of cases in nine states, officials have warned.

Jul 08 10:05

Moderna rebrands mRNA as “Spikevax” to indicate it turns people into spike protein factories

Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are gearing up to release their respective mRNA (messenger RNA) “vaccines” into the Australian market, though under different names.

Pfizer-BioNTech is calling its Down Under jab “Comirnaty” while Moderna is going with “Spikevax,” which is fitting considering it turns the human body into a spike protein factory.

The name changes are presumably intended to try to hide the dark underbelly of these shots, which are linked to disease and death.

Jul 08 10:04

Pfizer LIED about covid vaccine being “95% effective”

Israeli authorities have confirmed that Pfizer’s claim about its Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” being “95 percent effective” is a bald-faced lie.

The Israeli news outlet Ynet reported that the latest efficacy figure for Pfizer’s Chinese Virus injection has dropped to about 64 percent amid reports that vaccinated people everywhere are testing “positive” for the trendy new “variants” that are supposedly now in circulation.

Because the numbers continue to slide, suggesting that the Pfizer vaccine is a fraud, authorities are advising people to get tested – even if they have already been injected – to ensure that they are “safe” against Chinese Germs.

A Pfizer spokesperson reportedly refused to address the new numbers out of Israel, instead choosing to cite company data that claims the injections are still “safe and effective,” regardless of what the latest science shows.

Jul 08 10:00

Former Pfizer exec: Children are 50 times more likely to die from coronavirus vaccine than from the virus itself

Former Pfizer executive Dr. Michael Yeadon told Real America’s Voice in a recent interview that children are 50 times more likely to die from the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine than from the virus itself. His statement came as Pfizer tested its mRNA vaccine on children younger than 12 years old, including 6-month-old babies.

Jul 08 09:47

Time Goes OO (Picture)

Jul 08 09:45

Billionaire summer camp day two: Tim Cook, Warren Buffett, Diane Von Furstenberg and Evan Spiegel are spotted arriving at Sun Valley where the combined wealth of attendees is more than $700B - the GDP of SAUDI ARABIA

Apple CEO Tim Cook, Warren Buffett, Diane Von Furstenberg and husband Barry Diller were among those spotted arriving for day two of the Sun Valley 'billionaire's summer camp' where the estimated wealth of attendees surpasses $700 billion, the equivalent of the GDP of Saudi Arabia.

Jul 08 09:42

75 House members from both parties and industry groups urge Biden to reopen borders and lift travel restrictions after months of the White House repeatedly dodging questions

A coalition of 24 industry organizations on Wednesday urged the White House to lift restrictions that bar much of the world from traveling to the United States but the Biden administration showed no signs of taking immediate action.

Jul 08 09:24

Russia vows support for Tajikistan in case of attack from Afghan border

Moscow and Dushanbe are allies under the Collective Security Treaty, the Russian foreign minister noted. "If Tajikistan is attacked, this will, of course, be a subject of an immediate discussion in the CSTO," Sergey Lavrov said

Jul 08 09:24

Two American service members are injured as 14 rockets rain down on an Iraqi base and analysts blame the repeated attacks on Iran

Two American service members have been injured after an air base in Iraq came under attack from at least 14 rockets.

Jul 08 09:22

Recorded cases of influenza dropped to ZERO at one Detroit hospital in 2020 as COVID-19 pandemic restrictions killed flu season

Cases of influenza plummeted during the COVID-19 pandemic, with one Detroit health system having a zero percent positivity rate for the virus, a new study finds.

Jul 08 09:20

Former South African president Zuma surrenders to police & heads to jail after tense standoff over 15-month prison term

South African police have confirmed that former president Jacob Zuma has turned himself in. Sentenced to 15 months in prison for contempt of court, his initial refusal sparked a standoff his son said could’ve led to civil war.

Zuma was in police custody late on Wednesday evening, police spokesperson Lirandzu Themba told reporters. The JG Zuma Foundation confirmed this in a tweet shortly before midnight local time, saying Zuma “has decided to comply with the incarceration order” and was on his way to a prison in KwaZulu-Natal.

Jul 08 08:48


Yesterday’s video with Dr Ruby on Stew Peters’ show has gone viral. A Serbian subscriber saw it and put me onto the source, a group in Spain called “La Quinta Columna” (“The 5th Column”), who put out this video by biostatistician, Ricardo Delgado. It is an excellent Spanish-language resource, along with Orwell.city, which did the English-language translation of this video (upon which I improved, slightly).

Delgado and his team of scientists have concluded that the symptoms of “COVID-19” are, in fact the symptoms of graphene oxide poisoning and that the graphene oxide nanoparticles discovered in the Pfizer vials by Dr. Pablo Campra Madrid at the University of Almería are also found in surgical masks, thus confirming of the suspicions of a British doctor, featured here last April. Surgical masks produced by Shandong Shenquan New Materials were taken off the market in Spain by the national health authority, Sanidad last April, due to the discovery of graphene oxide.

Jul 08 08:47

Genetic baloney in thick slices

Gene research companies tend to come and go. They start out banging and popping like fireworks in the sky, and then they fade out—selling themselves to larger outfits who’ve hired better liars…

Once upon a time, it sounded easy. Start with a disease, find the gene responsible for the disease, and correct the problem.

Then, researchers wondered, was disease the result of one gene or a group of genes acting together?

Either way, the proof would be in devising cures for diseases using gene therapy. “Not yet, but soon…”

And regardless, the major need was: money. Lots and lots of money.

This need required good PR people. “We have to pump up the idea that we’re on the edge of tremendous breakthroughs. We’re always on that edge…”

Jul 08 08:45

Those dying post-vaccine: Where are the autopsies?

In this age of supposed scientific medicine and a pandemic, we are relying on death certificates for statistics on the cause of death, even though they are known to be extremely unreliable.

Thousands of healthy people are dying unexpectedly, but our public health agencies are assuring us that their deaths were not caused by the COVID jab. The toll of post-vaccine deaths has reached nearly 7,000, according to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). It's the best system we've got, even though it misses 90% or more of the actual events.

But I have seen a report of just one autopsy. This patient had had one dose of the Pfizer shot and died four weeks later. Although there were no characteristic features of COVID-19, almost all tissues tested positive on PCR for SARS-CoV-2.

Jul 08 08:44

Federal eviction moratorium extended until July 31, what's next? How did we get here?

Saved for another month, thousands of families have more time before the CDC's federal eviction moratorium expires July 31.

This came after the White House extended the previous moratorium which was set to expire June 30.

However, this extension is intended to be the last one.

According to the Florida Office of State Courts, as of March 2020 more than 100,000 evictions have been filed across the state.

Daniel Rollins was one of those plaintiffs in Palm Beach County who faced an eviction complaint in early 2021.

He said at the time, he was afraid to think of what would happen to him and his four-legged best friends, Rocky & Rambo, if he was out on the street.

Jul 08 08:42

Multiple gunmen killed & arrested in firefight with suspected assassins of Haitian President Jovenel Moise

Haiti's national police have arrested multiple men suspected of assassinating President Jovenel Moise, the government announced, adding that a gun battle with the alleged perpetrators is still ongoing.

The suspected assassins were arrested “shortly before 6pm” local time on Wednesday, Haiti’s Minister of Communication Frantz Exantus announced on Twitter.

Jul 08 08:41

Get updating: Microsoft delivers PrintNightmare patch for more Windows versions

Microsoft has released patches for more versions of Windows affected by the PrintNightmare bug, but researchers claim the patches don't provide complete protection.

Microsoft released out-of-band patches for Windows systems affected by two critical bugs being tracked as CVE-2021-1675 and CVE-2021-34527, and has advised admins to disable the print spooler service until patches are applied. One is a remote code execution flaw, while the second is a local privilege escalation bug.

"Microsoft identified a security issue that affects all versions of Windows and have expedited a resolution for supported versions of Windows that will automatically be applied to most devices," it said in an update on Wednesday.