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    January 21, 2022

    Jan 21 07:53

    6 Ex-Navy SEALs Running for Congress Unite to Take on 'Grave Threat' Nancy Pelosi

    They’re running six separate campaigns, but they are aiming at one target.

    Former Navy SEALs, all with combat experience, are running for the House of Representatives in the November midterms.

    And judging by an ad the group released Tuesday through a political action committee, they want voters to know the real objective:

    Jan 21 07:47

    Nine Israeli military vehicles found in Gaza Strip carrying out sabotage operations

    Nine Israeli military vehicles were found north of the town of Beit Lahia in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, according to the Palestinian News Agency WAFA.

    WAFA said that the military vehicles were carrying out combing and sabotage operations in the area, noting that seven other vehicles were found carrying out similar activities east of Khuza’a, south of the Gaza Strip.

    According to eyewitnesses on Monday, Israeli bulldozers moved into these areas amid sweeping operations and intermittent shooting, but no injuries were recorded.

    Meanwhile, Israeli Occupation Forces arrested three Palestinians from Hebron.

    Security sources told WAFA that the occupation forces stormed Hebron and arrested a young man and a 57-year-old Palestinian from the town of Al-Shuyoukh after searching their homes.

    Jan 21 07:46

    A Partial List of the Myriad Abuses That Facemasks Inflict on Our Children

    Ihad not originally intended to write a follow up article to detail the harms masks do to kids in a similar fashion to the prior article Facemasks Are Not an ‘Inconvenience’, Facemasks Are Not Trivial, because I thought that the subject had been addressed by plenty of other people, many of whom are credentialed psychologists or psychiatrists (with real expertise). However, I received a ton of feedback by a variety of people requesting an article about the harms of masking to children in the same style, so here goes.

    I’m going to skip an intro, as pretty much everyone is well versed in the foundational morality that children are uniquely vulnerable and dependent upon adults, especially their parents, and that we therefore have a unique moral responsibility towards children. The (formerly?) panoptically shared intuitive repugnance of child abuse is a testament to this.

    Jan 21 07:45

    One of the World’s Oldest and Most Respected Medical Journals Just Called Out Covid “Vaccine” and Treatment Shenanigans

    The BMJ, formerly known as the British Medical Journal, has a history of being more than just a respected peer-reviewed scientific publication. Throughout its 180+ year history, it has acted as a watchdog to protect the public interest from nefarious forces in and out of government who manipulate health sciences and research for their own benefit. Today, they released an editorial slamming the powers-that-be over their handling of Covid-19 vaccines and treatments.

    Jan 21 07:44

    Doctor who quit her job after being suspended for promoting ivermectin, criticizing mandates sues Houston Methodist Hospital for COVID data, financial reports

    Dr. Mary Bowden, who was previously suspended from Houston Methodist Hospital for spreading what the hospital said was "misinformation" surrounding COVID-19 and who later quit her job there, is suing the hospital, the Texan reported.

    What are the details?

    Bowden, a private-practice otolaryngologist, promoted ivermectin as a viable COVID-19 treatment in 2020 — a move with which her employers took grave issue.

    She announced the lawsuit on Monday and in a press conference said that she is demanding data from the hospital on the effects of COVID-19 vaccines along with financial reports.

    Jan 21 07:44

    She Pulled a Cuomo: Report Shows Gretchen Whitmer Hid Thousands of COVID Fatalities, Deaths Underreported by 30%

    Jan 21 07:44

    This will dwarf covid, and it's far more deadly, w Stephen Fry.

    Jan 21 07:41


    Jan 21 07:33

    A Good Thing? Poll Shows People Distrust Government On A Global Level

    People across the globe, particularly in democracies, are overwhelmingly losing their trust in the government, media, and business leaders, according to a new global survey conducted across 28 countries.

    According to Edleman's 2022 global "Trust Barometer," which surveyed 35,000 people, 67% of people worldwide believe journalists are "purposely trying to mislead people by saying things they know are false or gross exaggerations."

    Jan 21 07:32

    After Amassing a Net Worth of $120 Million Nancy Pelosi Says She’s Open to Stock Trading Ban for Congress

    Over her 35 years in Congress, Nancy Pelosi has amassed a personal fortune of over $120 million.

    Nancy has developed exquisite tastes over the years. She loves her gourmet ice cream.

    In December Democrat Nancy Pelosi defended US lawmakers trading stocks on tips after a report showed 49 members of Congress violated the law designed to prevent insider trading.

    Pelosi argued America is a free market economy and therefore lawmakers like her who get early tips should be able to trade stocks.

    Jan 21 07:32

    Democrats Hide HR1 In NASA Bill To Sneak Through Radical ‘Election Takeover’ Fraud

    Democrats are scheming to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, HR1, combined with the Freedom to Vote Act, HR4, for election reform by tucking them into previously passed legislation extending NASA’s authority to lease its facilities. But the bills have nothing to do with NASA and are essentially a “mechanism to strip states rights to enforce voter ID laws,” according to Republican Representative Kat Cammack of Florida. She said the Democrats’ goal is to remove requirements to show a voter ID to register to vote, or to actually vote.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    How is that even legal to alter a bill once it is passed?!?

    Jan 21 07:30

    BREAKING: Corrupt Fulton County DA Ignores Election Fraud, Instead Calls for Grand Jury to Investigate President Trump

    While ignoring mounds of election fraud, criminal and operational issues involved in the 2020 Election, Fulton County Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis has requested that the local Fulton County Court Chief open a grand jury to look into actions by President Trump related to her county.

    Jan 21 07:30

    WATCH: 'Organized Group of Folks' Filmed 'Unlawfully Taking Property' Out of High-End Clothing Store in DC

    "According to the Metropolitan Police Department, at approximately 6:16 p.m. officers responded to the 900 block of Palmer Aly NW after receiving a call regarding multiple individuals entering an establishment and unlawfully taking property," FOX 5 DC reported.

    "Once inside, the suspects took property and assaulted employees, " FOX 5 DC continued. "The suspects then fled the scene in a white Lexus bearing a Maryland tag of 8EK7229."

    Whatever you do, do NOT call it looting!

    Jan 21 07:28

    Ann Coulter Calls Out Ghislaine Maxwell Juror As A 'Plant' Working to Set Her Free

    Ann Coulter on Thursday called out Ghislaine Maxwell juror Scotty David as a "plant" working to set her free by running to the press to "announce he lied during jury selection and his lie influenced deliberations."

    "One week after guilty verdicts are returned against Ghislaine Maxwell, a juror runs to the press to announce he lied during jury selection and his lie influenced deliberations," Coulter said. "Surely, NO ONE could imagine he was a plant."

    Jan 21 07:25

    Pfizer trials: All injected mothers lost their unborn babies

    Please recall our November 23, 2021 post titled “The FDA and Pfizer are a Match Made in Hell”.

    There we described how the FDA took only 108 days to approve Pfizer’s injection, but wanted 55 years to produce the documents!

    Thankfully Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency filed a lawsuit after the FDA denied their request to expedite the release of the records, and the records are being released, albeit still too slowly.

    Among the first reports handed over by Pfizer was a ‘Cumulative Analysis of Post-authorization Adverse Event Reports’ describing events reported to Pfizer up until February 2021. You can download this entire report here.

    Look at table 6 from this Pfizer report. It is titled “Missing Information”. Its first heading under the topic “Missing Information” is “Use in pregnancy and lactation”. It includes this paragraph:

    Jan 21 07:23

    Man arrested after 4 people, including baby, found frozen to death near Manitoba-U.S. border

    A Florida man has been charged with human smuggling after four people, one an infant, were found dead in a Manitoba field, near the Canada-U.S. border, on Wednesday.

    "What I am about to share is going to be difficult for many people to hear," RCMP Assistant Commissioner Jane MacLatchy said at a news conference in Winnipeg on Thursday. "It is an absolute and heartbreaking tragedy."

    The bodies of a man, woman and baby were found together in one area, while the body of a teen boy was found a few metres away, she said.

    They are believed to have died from exposure to the freezing weather while attempting to walk across the border from Canada to the United States.

    Jan 21 07:22


    Jan 21 07:22

    Boris Johnson blows apart mandate narrative

    Jan 21 07:10

    Hilarious: CNN Launches Team To Fight 'Misinformation'

    On Tuesday, a managing editor for CNN Business made the public aware Tuesday of new job postings at the Left-wing news company, looking to fill out the outlet's "misinformation" branch. Unfortunately for the Liberal network, this is the same public who has a long memory of CNN's past dishonors.

    The solicitation was posted by CNN Business managing editor Alex Koppelman.

    Jan 21 07:10

    Why Is Biden REFUSING To Share His Visitors Log?

    The White House defended its decision to withhold visitor log records for President Joe Biden’s Delaware residences as tallies show the President spending a quarter of his first year in office in his home state.

    “The President goes to Delaware because it’s his home,” press secretary Jen Psaki declared Tuesday, noting that this is where Biden’s son, first wife, and daughter are buried. “It’s a place that is obviously close to his heart.”

    Jan 21 07:09


    Britain's Armed Services Memorial is a silent, haunting place. Set in the rural beauty of Staffordshire, in an arboretum of some 30,000 trees and sweeping lawns, its Homeric figures celebrate determination and sacrifice.

    The names of more than 16,000 British servicemen and women are listed. The literature says they "died in operational theatre or were targeted by terrorists".

    On the day I was there, a stonemason was adding new names to those who have died in some 50 operations across the world during what is known as "peacetime". Malaya, Ireland, Kenya, Hong Kong, Libya, Iraq, Palestine and many more, including secret operations, such as Indochina.

    Not a year has passed since peace was declared in 1945 that Britain has not sent military forces to fight the wars of empire.

    Jan 21 07:08


    Jan 21 07:08

    Top Scientist Ditches UK Pharma Giant for Bezos-Backed Biotech Venture That Seeks to Reverse Ageing

    The backers of the company where scientist Hal Barron is set to become chief executive and co-chairman reportedly include Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Russian venture capitalist Yuri Milner.

    A prominent US scientist is about to quit his current job with British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to head a biotech firm involved in anti-ageing research.

    According to The Guardian, the scientist, Hal Barron, is the highest-paid executive at GSK as their head of R&D, receiving a total package of $11.2 million (£8.2 million) in 2020 while the company CEO Emma Walmsley was paid only £7 million.

    Barron is expected to remain on GSK’s board as a non-executive director and to provide advice on R&D, and will be replaced as the company’s chief scientific officer on 1 August by Tony Wood.

    Jan 21 07:07

    US Secretary of State Blinken Holds Press Conference After Meeting With Russian FM Lavrov

    Moscow previously put forward security guarantee proposals to de-escalate Russia-NATO tensions by restricting troop deployments for both sides and putting a halt to the bloc's expansion. Earlier this month, Russia held talks with the US and the alliance regarding the said proposals.

    Sputnik is live from Geneva, Switzerland, as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken holds a presser after his talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. The two diplomats met to discuss Russia's security proposals and the recent escalation around Ukraine. The US secretary of state previously called the situation surrounding Ukraine "a crisis with global consequences" and urged for it to be resolved.

    Jan 21 07:06

    Oppa Dead Hand Style? PSY Song Plays Over Mysterious Radio Station Believed to be Russian Fail-Safe

    An enigmatic radio station believed to be a Russian nuclear fail-safe device suddenly began playing South Korean dance music over the weekend. Is it the end of the world, or just some radio pirates who are ready to party?

    Observers have noticed something pretty unusual about an already-unusual radio station.
    The station presently uses the callsign NZhTI (????), but it’s often known by the callsign it used when it was first detected in 1982: UVB-76. Others simply call it “The Buzzer,” for the short, monotonous buzzing tone it makes approximately every other second.

    That is, until Saturday evening, when observers recorded the station playing South Korean artist PSY’s 2012 hit single “Gangnam Style.”

    Jan 21 07:01

    Tucker: They suddenly care about borders

    Jan 21 07:00

    Fauci says Pfizer vaccine could receive authorization for kids UNDER FIVE as early as next month - placing U.S. among countries with lowest age for the shots

    Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said Wednesday that he expects the Food and Drug Administration to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children under the age of five as early as next month.

    Fauci told Blue Star Families, a non-profit group that supports the families of U.S. service members, that he expects authorization for the shots to be extended soon.

    Pfizer is currently trialing its Covid vaccine in children as young as six months old, and reportedly plans to submit its application for approval soon. The Pfizer vaccine is the only jab minors in the U.S. are eligible for, with children as young as five allowed to receive the shot.

    Jan 21 07:00

    Killers of ‘hero’ general must face justice, Iranian president tells RT

    In his first interview to international television, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi told RT he sincerely meant what he said about the killers of General Qassem Soleimani having to face a proper international trial, calling the slain general a hero of the entire Muslim world for fighting against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

    “Soleimani not only belonged to the people of Iran, he belonged to the Muslim community,” Raisi told RT’s Murad Gazdiev in an exclusive interview that aired on Thursday. “All people, both Muslims and non-Muslims, of course, have great respect for his work, because they know that he was able to save people from the attacks of the enemies of humanity, namely [ISIS] and Takfiri factions,” he added, using the Arabic term for heretics from Islam.

    Jan 21 06:59

    Biden's dangerous, incoherent ramblings about the threat of war between Russia and Ukraine show that his mental decline may have disastrous consequences for America and the world, writes JIM GERAGHTY

    On Thursday, President Joe Biden and his administration frantically walked back an incredibly dangerous blunder that he made less than 24 hours ago.

    Sitting behind a desk and reading from a script on Thursday, Biden pretended that yesterday didn't happen.

    'Well, let me start by first getting a few words about Russia and Ukraine,' he said, looking down to read, 'I've been absolutely clear with President Putin. He has no misunderstanding, if any, any assembled Russian units move across the Ukrainian border, that is an invasion.'

    Jan 21 06:59

    CIA chief William Burns made secret visit to Europe ahead of Secretary of State Blinken's trip as part of effort to drum up support for tough response if Moscow invades Ukraine

    The head of the CIA quietly visited Europe ahead of Secretary of State Antony Blinken's trip this week as Washington tries to rally allies around a tough response against Moscow if Vladimir Putin presses ahead with plans to invade Ukraine.

    Senior figures have become increasingly concerned that countries including France and Germany may pursue their own path because of closer economic ties with Russia.

    The diplomatic push took on even greater urgency on Thursday, a day after President Biden said he believed Putin would press ahead with an invasion.

    Jan 21 06:58

    Exclusive — Rep. Michael Waltz: ‘Swamp Is Lighting up’ to Protect Defense Department Contracts that ‘Pour Billions’ into China’s ‘Military Buildup’

    Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) told Breitbart News on Wednesday that the “swamp is lighting up” to defeat legislation he introduced to implement a four-year ban on federal government contracting with business sponsors of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

    “I made an attempt this year on the defense bill,” Waltz said on Wednesday’s edition of the Breitbart News Daily podcast with special guest host Jerome Hudson. “As we were creating the defense bill, I put an amendment in that said if you’re going to sponsor these Olympics and give our greatest adversary this global propaganda platform and turn a blind eye to all of these atrocities and, oh, by the way, pour billions in that’s funding their military buildup, then you can’t have Defense Department contracts and you can’t sell to the United States military.”

    Jan 21 06:57

    GOP Leaders on Biden’s First Year: ‘Worst Human Rights Record’ of Any Modern U.S. President

    Several Republican congressmembers joined House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) at a press conference Thursday to mark President Joe Biden’s first year in office, issuing scathing remarks on a slate of crises they said were a “direct result” of his presidency.

    The opening speaker, House GOP Conference chair Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), summarized that with Democrats in control in the White House and both chambers of Congress, “America has faced a year of unprecedented crisis.”

    Jan 21 06:55

    Russian Communists want to up the ante with Ukraine

    It would be “morally justified” for Russia to recognize the independence of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics to save the people from “genocide,” a group of Russian Communist MPs claimed on Wednesday.

    Led by party head Gennady Zyuganov, politicians from the country’s largest opposition party penned a draft resolution calling on parliament to ask Russian President Vladimir Putin to proclaim the two areas in east Ukraine as independent nations and asked the government to provide “humanitarian aid” to the region.

    Jan 21 06:54

    Stoltenberg Says NATO Helping Train Ukraine Forces to Resist Russia

    NATO is helping train Ukrainian forces to resist a possible Russian invasion of their country, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Thursday.

    “We are training, helping Ukraine with equipment, training their forces so they can resist. They have an inherent right for self defense,” Stoltenberg told CNN in response to a question about what he wishes to convey to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Stoltenberg explained Russia says it wants less NATO presence, but its aggressive actions are leading to the opposite situation and the alliance is currently considering deploying more troops the eastern flank.

    The NATO allies are united and have sent a clear message Russia will pay a high price if it further invades Ukraine, Stoltenberg said.

    Jan 21 06:53

    More on Brzezinski family role in reprising Afghan war in Ukraine

    “It’s not just nuts. It’s dangerous. We’re sleepwalking toward a conflict with a country that has more than 4,000 nuclear weapons….It’s just shocking that people are not more upset by this.”

    Jan 21 06:53

    Albania: NATO acquires, to upgrade air base in ninth Eastern European nation

    In recent months NATO and the U.S. have announced securing new air bases in Latvia, Hungary, Slovakia and Albania. Those acquisitions are in addition to U.S./NATO air bases in Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania. The latter airfields have been modernized and expanded as will no doubt. the newer ones. That accounts for nine of the fourteen Eastern European nations inducted into NATO in the past twenty-three years. Only the Czech Republic (to the best of one’s knowledge) and the former Yugoslav republics of Croatia, (North) Macedonia, Montenegro (population: 620,000) and Slovenia haven’t provided NATO with air bases for use against Russia and Belarus to date. (The Pentagon is moving a forward-based special operations forces headquarters to Albania as well.)

    Jan 21 06:52

    Brzezinski clan returns to Poland after 84 years to subvert Belarus, boost NATO

    The swearing-in ceremony was attended by brother Ian and insufferable sister Mika and her spouse.

    Mark Brzezinski sworn in as new US ambassador to Poland

    Brzezinski, who was last month approved by the US Senate to serve as the country’s next envoy to Warsaw, took his oath of office from Vice President Kamala Harris during a ceremony at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington on Wednesday….

    He is expected to arrive in Warsaw later this week.

    Jan 21 06:51

    After NATO, EU, OSCE, Kiev and West try next gambit: the UN

    UN must use its mandate to avoid worst-case scenario for Kyiv – Ukraine’s delegation

    [This is the method used by the U.S. and its allies against Russia over Afghanistan in 1980: Ending one 40-year war, starting another? Joe Biden’s Jimmy Carter moment. Then Washington, stymied by a Soviet veto in the Security Council, moved the issue to the General Assembly and with the assistance of its allies China and Saudi Arabia rallied the so-called Third World and the Muslim world to pass Resolution 462 condemning the deployment of Soviet troops to Afghanistan in December of 1979.]

    The UN General Assembly must make full use of its mandate to maintain peace and security in order to avoid a worst-case scenario amid the buildup of Russian troops near the borders of Ukraine.

    Jan 21 06:51

    Tucker: Here's what America should learn from Hungary

    Hungarian foreign minister Peter Szijjarto discusses country's border policies on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.

    Jan 21 06:50

    Macron Wants Abortion Added to EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights

    French President Emmanuel Macron has called for the right to abortion to be added to the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights.

    “The right to abortion” should be added to the EU’s legally binding Charter of Fundamental Rights, according to French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Macron’s suggestion — which will no doubt raise the ire of Malta, Poland and Hungary — comes shortly after Roberta Metsola, a pro-life MEP, was elected President of the European Parliament.

    Jan 21 06:47

    The Soros Dozen: Big City Prosecutors Backed by George Soros

    Left-wing billionaire and Democrat donor George Soros has turned his attention in recent years to local races for prosecutor, using his money to elect “progressives” who push “criminal justice reform” and support the Black Lives Matter movement.

    The rise of these Soros-backed prosecutors has coincided with a massive surge in murder and crime in many Democrat-run cities, including many where these prosecutors have implemented radical policies toward policing and incarceration.

    Most recently, for example, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón has faced criticism for his radical reforms in the year since he took office, while murders soared. “The city last year experienced 397 murders, up 11.8 percent from the 355 the previous year, and a 53.9 percent increase from the 258 in the pre-pandemic year of 2019,” Los Angeles magazine noted.

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    Jan 21 06:46

    Israel DM: Iran’s Proxies Must Be an Issue at Nuclear Talks

    Israeli officials had tried to argue that they don’t really oppose the Vienna nuclear talks with Iran, but today’s comments from Defense Minister Benny Gantz show that the goal is, as ever, to prevent diplomatic progress.

    Gantz blamed Iran for the “terror attack on the United Arab Emirates” earlier this week, a missile strike by Yemen’s Houthi movement, a Shi’ite group and therefore often tied to Iran, even if the depth of their actual relationship isn’t entirely clear.

    Gantz called for the Vienna talks to take into account the actions of Iranian proxies in addition to the nuclear talks. In practice this is a chance to vilify Iran for a myriad of regional issues, and to divert attention away from the important nuclear negotiations.

    Jan 21 06:46

    Why Washington’s Focus on ‘Credibility’ Is a Recipe for War

    The most pressing threat to global security right now isn’t so-called “provocations” by either Russia or China. It is the United States’ misplaced obsession with its own “credibility”.

    This rallying cry by Washington officials – echoed by the media and allies in London and elsewhere – is code for allowing the US to act like a global gangster while claiming to be the world’s policeman. US “credibility” was apparently thrown into question last summer – and only when President Joe Biden held firm to a pledge to pull US troops out of Afghanistan.

    Jan 21 06:45

    Russia announces sweeping naval drills amid Ukraine tensions

    Russia on Thursday announced sweeping naval drills in several parts of the world this month, and claimed the West is plotting “provocations” in neighboring Ukraine where the Kremlin has been accused of planning aggressive military action.

    Amid a buildup of an estimated 100,000 Russian troops near the border with Ukraine and massive joint war games with Belarus, the Defense Ministry said it will also conduct maneuvers involving the bulk of Russia’s naval potential.

    “The drills are intended to practice navy and air force action to protect Russian national interests in the world’s oceans and to counter military threats to the Russian Federation,” the ministry said, adding that they will start this month and run through February.

    Jan 21 06:44

    Biden’s warning risks destabilising Ukraine-Russia crisis: Moscow

    US President Joe Biden has risked further destabilising the Russia-Ukraine crisis with his harsh warning to Moscow, the Kremlin said.

    On Wednesday, Biden told reporters at the White House: “Russia will be held accountable if it invades – and it depends on what it does … It is going to be a disaster for Russia if they further invade Ukraine.”

    Jan 21 06:44

    Spain Sends Warships to Black Sea, Considers Sending Warplanes

    Spain has sent warships to join NATO naval forces in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea as tension in the region rises over the Russian military build-up on the Ukrainian border, Defence Minister Margarita Robles said on Thursday.

    A mine-sweeper is already en route and a frigate will sail within three or four days, Robles told reporters. The Madrid government is also considering sending fighter jets to Bulgaria, she said.

    "Russia cannot tell any country what to do, so NATO will protect and defend the sovereignty of any country that can or wants to join NATO," she said.

    Spain's preference was for an "exclusively diplomatic response" to resolving the conflict, she added.

    Jan 21 06:43

    Exclusive-U.S. Seeks Way to Speed Delivery of New Fighter Jets to Taiwan

    The United States is looking for ways to potentially accelerate delivery of Taiwan's next generation of new-build F-16 fighter jets, U.S. officials said, bolstering the Taiwanese air force's ability to respond to what Washington and Taipei see as increasing intimidation by China's military.

    The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said they have not yet come up with a solution on how to speed delivery of Block 70 F-16s, manufactured by Lockheed Martin and equipped with new capabilities. The aircraft are currently slated to be delivered by the end of 2026.

    Jan 21 06:42

    Sharp rise in anti-Arab and Palestinian hate speech reported on Israeli social media

    A new report published by the non-profit organisation 7amleh, which campaigns for Palestinian digital rights, has revealed that online hate speech against Arabs and Palestinians on Israeli social media rose significantly in 2021.

    In its “Index of Racism and Incitement on Israeli Social Media in 2021,” the group monitored 620,000 conversations that included violence and incitement against Arabs and Palestinians, an increase of eight percent since 2020.

    The annual report, which monitors the overlap of racist speech online and violent actions against Arabs and Palestinians throughout the year, showed a three-fold increase in incitement since 2020.

    Jan 21 06:41

    Israeli forces detain disabled man until his son surrenders

    A disabled Palestinian man and his son were arrested by Israeli forces on Thursday in the West Bank town of Qabatyah south of Jenin, local sources said.

    Abdel Qader Khuzaimiyah, a physically disabled man in his sixties and his son, Nabil Khuzaimiyah, who is in his twenties, were arrested before dawn.

    “Israeli forces raided Qabatyah around 3:00 am and headed for the house of the Khuzaimiyah family”, Shatha Hanayshah, a Palestinian journalist based in Qabatyah told The New Arab.

    Jan 21 06:40

    Syria: Turkey warns 'heavy cost' if YPG acts against Ankara from Cyprus

    Turkey on Thursday blasted Cyprus for hosting an office belonging to the Syrian Kurdish militant group YPG, saying that Ankara will make Nicosia pay a heavy cost if any attack threats come from the Greek controlled areas to Turkey or Northern Cyprus.

    “[They are] playing with fire by allowing terror groups to open offices, or hosting them,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said during televised comments.

    Jan 21 06:40

    Joe Biden Clings To A Bad Trump Policy

    The Chavista regimes of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro have been catastrophic for the Venezuelan people. Authoritarian populists both, they wrecked the economy. They squandered oil resources. They destroyed democracy. They brutalized critics. They drove millions of despairing Venezuelans abroad. And they held onto power irrespective of the cost to everyone else.

    What is America’s policy? Huffing and puffing, while punishing the Venezuelan people. The Trump administration sanctioned Venezuela, multiplying the hardship of an entire population already barely able to feed itself, claimed that an expired politician last elected in 2015 was the country’s legitimate president, and then cited the two-century old Monroe Doctrine when Iran, China, and Russia appeared in the country.

    Jan 21 06:39

    Bill Gates, Indian Government Targeted in Lawsuit Alleging AstraZeneca Vaccine Killed 23-Year-Old

    In what may be the first legal case of its kind globally, a petitioner in India is seeking to prosecute Bill Gates, Indian vaccine czar Adar Poonawalla, and Indian government and public health officials over the death of a 23-year-old man who died after receiving AstraZeneca’s Covishield vaccine.

    Kiran Yadav late last year filed a criminal writ petition for murder, Smt. Kiran Yadav v. The State of Maharashtra & Ors. (herein referred to as Yadav v. Maharashtra), with the Bombay High Court of Judicature, on behalf of her deceased son, Shri Hitesh Kadve.

    Her son was vaccinated on Sept. 29, 2021. According to the complaint, he died that same day due to side effects brought on by the vaccine.

    Jan 21 06:38

    This mumbling, stumbling President is a clear and present danger to world peace: The secuity of Europe is on a knife-edge, the credibility of the United States is on the line... and America's allies are looking for a cool head.

    The message was unmistakable. At his first press conference since November — an event that was meant to be a reset for a presidency that has already had more resets than a dud satellite box — Joe Biden gave Vladimir Putin the green light to attack Ukraine.

    That’s what I heard when I watched his mumbling, stumbling performance on Wednesday afternoon. It’s what millions of Americans heard — and it’s what Vladimir Putin was waiting to hear.

    Biden said that Russia ‘will be held accountable if it invades’ Ukraine, but then added that ‘it depends on what it does’.

    Jan 21 06:35

    REPORT: Mask Mandates Causing Over 350% Surge In Childhood Speech Delays.

    Mask mandates implemented by the government amidst the COVID-19 appear to be causing speech delays in young children.

    The regulations, which are still in effect in Democrat-led cities including Washington D.C. and New York City, have had adverse effects on the development of speaking abilities in children and babies.

    “This has been a very challenging year,” emphasized Jaclyn Theek, a clinic director and speech-language pathologist at the Speech and Learning Institute in North Palm Beach, Florida.

    Jan 21 06:34

    Biden administration reportedly seeking conflict with Russia to 'restore credibility'

    In a data dump given to Human Events on Wednesday evening by a White House staffer, they state that the Biden administration is allegedly using the growing tensions with Ukraine and Russia, and the reportedly impending conflict, as a way to restore credibility and divert attention from the "crippling failures of their agenda."

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    This is a really dumb reason to risk a nuclear war!

    Jan 21 06:29

    Russia will be met with a 'united, swift and severe' response should it invade Ukraine, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warns as he arrives in Geneva for talks with Moscow

    The US has warned of a 'united, swift and severe' response if Putin invades Ukraine as Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived for talks with his Russian counterpart in Switzerland today.

    Blinken, arriving at the Geneva hotel where the crunch talks are now taking place, said Washington is 'committed to a path of diplomacy' for resolving border tensions between Russian and its ex-Soviet neighbour.

    But he added that America stands ready with a 'united, swift and severe' response if Moscow invades. 'This is a critical moment,' he said.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Still trying to undo Biden's gaffe at the press conference.

    Jan 21 06:26

    All he wanted to do was play hockey’: Grieving dad says Pfizer shot killed his 17-year old son

    Toronto resident Dan Hartman testified to the Toronto City Council on Tuesday that he believes that the Pfizer jab killed his 17-year-old son, Sean. Hartman explained that his son experienced a bad reaction to his first shot, and just over a month later was dead.

    Jan 21 06:26

    mRNA pioneer Dr. Malone, RFK Jr., Dr. McCullough to speak at ‘Defeat the Mandates’ DC rally this Sunday

    High-profile figures with expertise in medicine, law, and biology, including Dr. Robert Malone, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Dr. Peter McCullough, are set to speak at an anti-COVID mandate rally this Sunday in Washington, D.C.

    The “Defeat the Mandates” march and rally, to be moderated by comedian and self-described “freedom fighter” J.P. Sears, is being organized to gather people “together in unity to say” the COVID “mandates must end.”

    The event website brands the gathering as an “American Homecoming” bringing together “Americans of every class and color,” “Democrats and Republicans,” and “vaccinated and unvaccinated,” while describing jab mandates as un-American.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Watch out for those FBI plants trying to cause trouble.

    Jan 21 06:25

    Joint naval drills reflect growing ties between China, Russia and Iran

    Joint naval exercises involving Russia, China and Iran scheduled to begin Friday in the northern Indian Ocean have as much to do with global geopolitics as they do with warship capabilities and the fight against local sea pirates. In the face of growing pressure from the United States, the maneuvers are a particularly strong signal that some of America’s leading adversaries are moving closer together as relations with the U.S. deteriorate.

    The exercises coincide with the visit this week by hard-line Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to Moscow and proposals for a 20-year economic and security pact between the two countries. China agreed to its own 25-year “comprehensive strategic partnership” with Tehran in March even though the U.S. is still enforcing major economic and financial sanctions on Iran and its trading partners over its nuclear programs.

    Jan 21 06:23

    Biden retreats from Congress with deal-maker reputation in tatters

    President Biden campaigned as a wily Senate deal-maker who would bring both parties together, but he is abandoning that model after one year of failed deal-making in the White House.

    Despite serving 36 years in the Senate, Mr. Biden acknowledged after one year as president that all of his experience on Capitol Hill hasn’t benefited him in the Oval Office like he imagined it would.

    Jan 21 06:22

    Biden Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm Violated A Stock Disclosure Law Nine Times Last Year

    Last year, Joe Biden’s energy secretary Jennifer Granhom violated a stock disclosure law not once, but nine times.

    Do you ever get the sense that Democrats see themselves as above the law?

    Jan 21 06:22

    Senior FBI Official Caught Abusing Authority, Lies to Inspector General – Corrupt DOJ Declines to Criminally Prosecute

    The Office of Inspector General on Thursday released its findings of misconduct by a senior FBI official for failure to timely report a romantic relationship with a subordinate.

    The Senior FBI official then lied to the Inspector General about abusing his authority and intimidating a subordinate.

    Jan 21 06:16

    ‘Liberal’ news host explains why The Great Reset is VERY CONCERNING

    Jan 21 06:15

    Putin and Maduro Did Not Discuss Issue of Deployment of Russian Bases in Venezuela

    The issue of the deployment of Russian military bases in Venezuela was not discussed in a recent phone conversation between presidents Vladimir Putin and Nicolas Maduro, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday.

    Putin and Maduro held a phone conversation on Thursday.

    "No, this issue was not specifically touched upon, was not raised. On the whole, bilateral Russian-Venezuelan cooperation is very multifaceted and partnership-based. The most diverse aspects of this interaction were discussed yesterday during the conversation", Peskov told reporters.

    Jan 21 06:14

    UK Dispatches 30 Elite Troops to Ukraine Amid Escalation Fears, Reports Suggest

    The United Kingdom has sent a group of around 30 elite troops to Ukraine to train the country's armed forces on anti-tank weapons transferred to Kiev by London amid concerns about the escalation of the Ukrainian crisis, Sky News reported.

    According to the media, members of the Ranger Regiment, which is part of the newly created army's Special Operations Brigade, arrived in Ukraine on military flights that also delivered about 2,000 anti-tank missile launchers to the country this week.

    Jan 21 06:14

    Russian FM Lavrov Holds Presser After Meeting With US Secretary of State Blinken

    Russia and the US held negotiations earlier this month, as Moscow offered to limit troop deployments for both sides and stop NATO's eastward expansion to put an end to tensions.

    Sputnik is live from Geneva, Switzerland, where Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is addressing the press following his meeting with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken regarding the escalation in Ukraine and the recent security guarantee proposals put forward by Moscow.

    Jan 21 06:13

    Biden Shouldn't Be Picking 'Amateur Diplomats' for Critical Diplomatic Posts, Ex-Official Warns

    The president vowed not to hire anyone solely for being a major donor. Still, he has so far appointed 25 donors to his campaign as ambassadors - presumably for their skills.

    US President Joe Biden should appoint more seasoned diplomats to critical ambassador posts instead of picking "amateur diplomats", a former director of global engagement for Barack Obama, Brett Bruen, has suggested. He warned that failing to do so would undermine America's already complicated position in the world.

    "These aren't the good ole' days […] Our position in the world has weakened significantly and we no longer have the luxury of sending amateur diplomats abroad", Bruen stated in an interview with The Daily Telegraph.

    Jan 21 06:12

    Lavrov & Blinken meet for crunch Russia-US talks in Geneva

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his American counterpart, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, are sitting down to discuss Moscow’s security proposals and determine whether a deal can be done to de-escalate tensions with NATO.

    The two top diplomats are holding talks in the Swiss city of Geneva, with the pair expected to publicly announce the results of their discussions later on the same day. The head-to-head is the latest in a series of diplomatic meetings held after Russia unveiled two draft treaties, one addressed to Washington and the other to NATO, that it says would reduce the risk of conflict on the European continent.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Talks are still ongoing. No word yet on the outcome.

    Jan 21 06:11

    US nearly wiped out tens of thousands of civilians with dam strike in Syria – NYT

    In 2017, the US bombed a piece of strategic infrastructure in Syria, the Tabqa Dam on the Euphrates River, despite it being on a no-strike list, the New York Times reported.

    A B-52 bomber dropped some of the heaviest weapons in the US Air Force arsenal on the target, including at least one BLU-109 bunker buster, which is designed to destroy fortified concrete targets. This bomb pierced through five stories in one of the dam’s towers, but didn’t explode.

    If the Soviet-designed earth-and-concrete structure had failed, tens of thousands of people living in a valley below would likely have died.

    Jan 21 06:10

    New Russian hypersonic missile set for delivery

    Trials of the state-of-the-art Zircon sea-launched hypersonic cruise missile are currently being completed, and the projectiles will be deployed to the Russian Navy later this year, a deputy defense minister revealed on Thursday.

    The Zircon has made significant headlines worldwide for its capabilities, and last year it was named by US Navy Admiral Charles A. Richard as a threat to America.

    “Because of these challenges, our current terrestrial- and space-based sensor architecture may not be sufficient to detect and track these hypersonic missiles,” he said.

    Jan 21 06:08

    Russia responds to NATO's 'space policy'

    NATO’s first-ever formal, public space policy is an incendiary document that legitimizes the use of force in space, which could eventually lead to a brand-new arms race, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

    Addressing journalists at a briefing, spokeswoman Maria Zakharova criticized ‘NATO’s overarching Space Policy’, which outlines the alliance’s new stance that an attack against a member country’s assets in space counts as an attack on the bloc.

    Jan 21 06:08

    US sanctions anti-NATO Ukrainian politicians

    The US Treasury Department on Thursday sanctioned two Ukrainian MPs – Taras Kozak and Oleg Voloshyn – and two former officials – Volodymyr Oliynyk and Vladimir Sivkovich, accusing them of participating in a Moscow-backed conspiracy to destabilize the pro-Western government of Volodymyr Zelensky.

    “Russia has directed its intelligence services to recruit current and former Ukrainian government officials to prepare to take over the government of Ukraine and to control Ukraine’s critical infrastructure with an occupying Russian force,” read a statement from the Treasury, which followed the White House’s line that Russia is preparing to invade Ukraine.

    Jan 21 06:07

    NASA's Curiosity Rover Finds 'Tantalizing' Carbon Signs Of Possible Ancient Life On Mars

    NASA's Curiosity rover has spent a decade hunting for ancient signs of life on Mars. The rover has collected sedimentary rock samples rich in a type of carbon associated with life on Earth.

    NASA touted a new study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal that says sediment samples found by Curiosity suggest "unusual carbon signals" that may support one working theory of the possible existence of ancient life.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 
    Jan 21 06:06

    Biden Admin Decrees All "Essential" Workers Traveling To US Must Be Fully Vaccinated

    Despite the fact that the Supreme Court has blocked OSHA from enforcing the Biden Administration's corporate vaccination mandate for most US workers, the administration has decided to require travelers visiting the US for "essential" reasons - ie to fill "essential" jobs like serving as a hospital nurse treating COVID patients - to be fully vaccinated.

    Jan 21 06:06

    Pelosi's Top Pick For Transportation Committee Caught On Video "Repeatedly" Crashing Her Car While Attempting To Park

    In another stunning display of total liberal competence, Nancy Pelosi’s top pick to chair the Transportation Committee was caught on video this week grinding her vehicle into parked cars while attempting the difficult task of parking.

    Video shows 84-year-old Eleanor Holmes Norton grinding up against a nearby vehicle while pulling awkwardly into a parking spot.

    She was caught red handed not even leaving a note before leaving the scene. The octogenarian represents the District of Columbia as a Democrat.

    Jan 21 06:02

    New Emails Expose Fauci's Role In Shaping Highly Influential Paper That Established COVID "Natural Origin" Narrative

    New evidence has emerged that suggests that Dr. Anthony Fauci not only initiated efforts to cover up evidence pointing to a lab origin of SARS-CoV-2 but actively shaped a highly influential academic paper that excluded the possibility of a lab leak.

    Fauci’s involvement with the paper wasn’t acknowledged by the authors, as it should have been under prevailing academic standards. Neither was it acknowledged by Fauci himself, who denied having communicated with the authors when asked directly while testifying before Congress last week.

    The article, Proximal Origin, was co-authored by five virologists, four of whom participated in a Feb. 1, 2020, teleconference that was hastily convened by Fauci, who serves as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and Jeremy Farrar, who heads the UK-based Wellcome Trust, after public reporting of a potential link between the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China and the COVID-19 outbreak.

    Jan 21 06:02

    25 Federal Agencies Tracking Employees With Religious Exemption Requests

    At least 25 federal agencies have implemented a system to track religious exemption requests for mandated vaccines, according to a review of Federal Register notices by The Epoch Times.

    The agencies include the departments of Justice, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, the Treasury, the Social Security Administration, the Federal Election Commission.

    The Heritage Foundation, a conservative group, earlier this week found that 19 agencies were either considering or have already implemented the tracking system. The group warned that the system may be a test pilot plan to monitor all federal workers.

    Jan 21 06:00

    Tulsi Gabbard Blasts "Warmongers" Taking US Toward "Destruction Of The World" Over Ukraine

    Former US congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is once again calling out the US hawks' rush to escalate toward military confrontation with Russia over Ukraine. The Iraq War veteran and reserve officer who also became well-known for exposing the dirty war on Syria said in a Thursday video message posted to Twitter that confrontation between "two nuclear armed powers" can only end in "the destruction of the world and life as we know it."

    She deplored during the clip taken from a recent news appearance that the unhinged and dangerous jingoism is coming primarily from "warmongers" currently in office, who are now "influencing the decisions that are being made by this White House.”

    Jan 21 06:00

    Greenwald: Congress's 1/6 Committee Claims Absolute Power As It Investigates Citizens With No Judicial Limits

    In its ongoing attempt to investigate and gather information about private U.S. citizens, the Congressional 1/6 Committee is claiming virtually absolute powers that not even the FBI or other law enforcement agencies enjoy. Indeed, lawyers for the committee have been explicitly arguing that nothing proscribes or limits their authority to obtain data regarding whichever citizens they target and, even more radically, that the checks imposed on the FBI (such as the requirement to obtain judicial authorization for secret subpoenas) do not apply to the committee.

    Jan 21 06:00


    Mark Brzezinski, son of former US national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, has been sworn in as US ambassador to Poland. Vice President Kamala Harris conducted the ceremony on Wednesday, which was attended by Brzezinski’s sister Mika and brother-in-law Joe Scarborough, both hosts of MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

    Brzezinski, who previously served as US ambassador to Sweden from 2011 to 2015, was nominated for the position in August and confirmed by the Senate last month.

    His father, Zbigniew, served as the national security advisor under former president Jimmy Carter and was well known as the architect of the Grand Chessboard theory of geostrategic power. The elder Brzezinski viewed the Eurasian continent as the fulcrum of world power and believed it was in the best interests of the US to control it, given its richness in natural resources, physical wealth, and population.

    Jan 21 05:59

    Saudi Coalition Attacks Yemen Youth Soccer Game; Civilians Killed

    Saudi Arabia’s state media reported “precise airstrikes against legitimate military targets” in Yemen today. This included an attack on a youth soccer field in al-Hodeidah, while a game was going on.

    Details are still emerging as to the aftermath, though there were reportedly a number of casualties, including deaths. Photos showed several children among the casualties.

    Despite the Saudis’ constant talk of legitimate military targets, and Hodeidah being militarized, this was just a soccer game with no official dimension at all, and there is no sign anyone was there except for a number of civilians.

    Jan 21 05:58

    Saudi Attack Leads to Nationwide Internet Outage in Yemen

    Yemen lost its Internet connection as of 3:00 AM local time, following the latest round of Saudi airstrikes against the port of Hodeidah.

    The FALCON submarine cable is the in-road to Internet access in Yemen, through a landing station at the Hodeidah port. The airstrikes targeted a TeleYemen building in the city, among other targets.

    The Saudis presented this as “accurate airstrikes to destroy the capabilities” around the port. They have yet to acknowledge that this meant targeting telecom sites, nor all the civilian targets they hit.

    Jan 21 05:57

    'Where do you go?': Sanaa residents brace for more strikes as Yemen war spirals

    Ghazi al-Qadasi closes his apparel store early these days to rush home as residents of the Yemeni capital brace for further air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition after at least 20 people were killed in a bombing two days ago.

    "There have been three days of very strong strikes," said Qadasi, whose store is in Sanaa's Hael district, which lies 1 km (0.62 mile) from a military area that had been struck.
    "Clients are scared and we have started closing our stores early to go make sure our children are inside the house."

    Jan 21 05:53

    Science Mag: 'In Rare Cases, Coronavirus Vaccines May Cause Long Covid-Like Symptoms'

    Science magazine reported Thursday that "coronavirus vaccines may cause long covid-like symptoms," though they insist it's only "in rare cases."

    Jan 21 02:48

    WATCH: 'Organized Group of Folks' Filmed 'Unlawfully Taking Property' Out of High-End Clothing Store in DC

    An "organized groups of folks" was caught on tape "unlawfully taking property" out of a Monclear store in Washington, DC on Wednesday night.