Oct 19 05:43

Ethnic Studies Mandated in California

It is more-or-less accepted that Jewish Zionists pretty much control many aspects of what comes out the other end of US foreign policy formulation and have plausibly done so since the time of President Bill Clinton, if not before. It was also a given that President Donald Trump, for all his talk of Making America Great Again, would shower benefits on Israel, a propensity that has already become well established for the Joe Biden Administration. And it should also surprise no one to learn that the benefits derived from the Israel-lean in foreign policy accrue to the Jewish state, allowing it to continue its human rights violations and war crimes at will. The benefit to the US Taxpayer, who generously funds the enterprise, amounts to nothing in return but the scorn of much of the rest of the world that sees Washington as Jerusalem’s poodle.

Oct 19 05:41

Insanity Or What?

The American government does appear to be insane. They have deliberately antagonized China, Russia, Syria, Iran, Venezuela and Lebanon. Yet they sent so much of their manufacturing capacity to China that the US trade deficit is $73.3 billion a month. That means we have to finance wars for Israel and Wall Street by selling bonds to China to buy war materiel from them. The result is that we can only fight a war against China if the Chinese are willing to sell us war supplies on a dodgy credit card.

Is that insane or what? National suicide? A plan to lose WW III? What are the governing principles of the actions of Washington?

Russia has hypersonic missiles. Even Iran has Mach 14 missiles. America cannot defend against missiles faster than Mach 9. On the day we learned that China tested a new space shuttle, Major General Jo Clyborne was tweeting about Pentagon manicure regulations.

Oct 19 05:40

The U.S. flies Alex Saab out from Cabo Verde without court order or extradition treaty

On October 16, Colombian businessman and Venezuelan Special Envoy Alex Saab was in practical terms kidnapped for the second time, first by Cabo Verde under pressure from Washington, and now by the U.S., in flagrant violation of international law.

For nearly a year and a half, Saab had been imprisoned on the island nation of Cabo Verde, 400 miles off the northwestern coast of Africa in the Atlantic. As a Bloomberg article explains, “Saab was detained June 12 [2020] when the private plane he was traveling on from Venezuela to Iran made a fuel stop on the Cape Verdean island of Sal.”[1] What Bloomberg does not mention is that Saab’s plane was forced to land in Cabo Verde because two other nearby nations in mainland Africa, apparently under pressure from the US, refused to let him land.[2]

There is no extradition treaty and there was no Interpol order

Oct 19 05:30

Trump Surgeon General Adams Blames Unvaccinated for Colin Powell Death — ‘Didn’t Take the Proper Measures to Lower Spread’

Former Trump administration Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Monday on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time” that former Secretary of State Colin Powell died because some Americans were not vaccinated.

Anchor Chris Cuomo said, “In terms of his passing and how he would want it understood, what do you say about the idea that Powell passing while being vaccinated is proof that the vaccination is not necessary?”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, a fully vaccinated man was at risk from the unvaccinated? Sounds like they just admitted the vaccines don't work!

Oct 19 05:21

Tucker: What is the point of having a government?

Oct 18 18:23

President Trump Sues the Corrupt Capitol Riot Committee and the National Archives – The Anti-American Democrats and RINOs are Out of Control

President Trump today sued the corrupt US House Capital Riot Committee and the National Archives

Oct 18 18:22

NEW: NHL Suspends Sharks’ Evander Kane for 21 Games for Submitting Fake Covid Vaccine Card

Evander Kane, one of the NHL’s few black players has been suspended for 21 games for submitting a fake Covid vaccine card, according to Sportsnet.

Oct 18 14:31

MORE PURGE : Jefferson Statue May Be Removed After More Than 100 Years at City Hall

The statue has stood by for generations of policy debates, thousands of bills passed and a city budget that has soared to roughly $100 billion. It has also withstood another test of time: Two decades ago, a call to banish the statue gained attention, but went nowhere. -- But as the country continues the slow and painful process of determining who deserves to be memorialized in shared public spaces, the removal of the Jefferson statue is receiving far more serious consideration.

Oct 18 13:59

The Second American War of Independence Has Begun

Americans are not only quitting their jobs or moving out of state rather than having their school-age children face mandatory vaccination, onerous lockdowns and public ridicule, they are beginning to forge their own new independent American culture that is less reliant upon government, public utilities and federal money. -- The “great escape” has already begun. Here in California my son’s homeschool math tutor, who teaches in a public grade school by day and tutors after school, says the top enrollment at his school was 544. Now it is only around 300. Parents are pulling their kids out of California schools.

Oct 18 13:56

Indian woman 'has her first child at AGED SEVENTY': One of the world's oldest new mothers after she and husband, 75, conceive a son through IVF

An Indian woman claims to have had her first child at the age of 70, making her one of the oldest first-time mothers in the world.

Jivunben Rabari and her husband Maldhari, 75, proudly showed off their son - whose name they have not revealed - to reporters as they said he had been conceived through IVF.

Oct 18 13:55

No social distancing here! St Andrews students take part in Raisin Monday foam fight in Fife as the traditional celebrations return for the first time in two years due to Covid restrictions

Almost a thousand students gathered at the University of St Andrews to take part in the annual Raisin Monday foam fight today, for the first time in two years due to Covid restrictions.

The rite of passage culminates with new first-year students, known as 'children', dress in flamboyant costumes before they are doused in foam in St Salvator's Quad in the Fife town.

Oct 18 13:55

Hunt for the Australian 'Maddie McCann': Desperate search for four-year-old girl who vanished three days ago from campsite after her mother woke to find her missing from tent

Police are hunting for a four-year-old girl who has been missing for three days after vanishing from a campsite in rural Australia.

Cleo Smith was last seen by mother Ellie on Saturday in a tent they were sharing at the Blow Holes campsite on the coast of Western Australia.

Oct 18 13:54

Households fuelled by heating oil face some of the biggest cost rises this winter - but there are ways to save...

Households that use heating oil to warm their homes or heat their ovens could be facing some of the highest energy bill increases this winter.

There are approximately 1.5million homes in the UK that use heating oil, including those with Aga cookers.

Oct 18 13:50

Harris-Biden Administration’s Assault On The Bill Of Rights Betrays U.S. Constitution

Americans are witnessing a cold, calculated, callous, insidious attack by the Federal Government to wrest control from the States and from the people, the citizenry’s control over their own country, much as the EU is slowly entangling its member Countries into a sticky web. There is a word for this. It is called “Tyranny.” -- The founders of the Republic had good reason to fear Tyranny. After all, they lived, for a time under it. And it took a war for the American colonists, the first patriots to extricate themselves from the morass of this Tyranny.

Oct 18 13:33

Why the Mainstream Media Remains Silent on the JFK Records Deadline

With the October 26 deadline only two weeks from now on releasing the 60-year secret records of the CIA relating to the Kennedy assassination, the silence from the mainstream press is deafening. The great mainstream defenders of transparency and openness in government, at least when it comes foreign dictatorships, cannot bring themselves to openly advocate for the release of thousands of records relating to the JFK assassination that the CIA still insists on keeping secret.

Oct 18 13:21

Goodbye Middle Class: 50 Percent Of All U.S. Workers Made $34,612.04 Or Less Last Year

If we keep going down this path, soon we won’t have much of a “middle class” at all.  When I first started writing about the economy many years ago, I often wrote about the tens of millions of “working poor” Americans that were enduring so many hardships.  But at this point most of the nation now falls into the “working poor” category.  That isn’t because wages haven’t been going up.  Little by little, wages have been incrementally rising year after year, but meanwhile the cost of living has been absolutely soaring.  Paychecks have not even come close to keeping up with inflation, and this has been eviscerating the middle class.  Today, the majority of the country is in constant “survival mode” financially, and that isn’t going to change any time soon.

Oct 18 13:19

WHAT WILL LUCY STUDY? Lucy will launch in October 2021 and, with boosts from Earth's

Twelve disability ambassadors have completed a zero-gravity flight 32,000ft above Earth as part of an initiative to advance disability inclusion in space. Centra Mazyck, an Army veteran and former Paralympian who is paralysed from the waist down, is pictured floating during a weightless parabola

Oct 18 13:16

Path of righteousness... might be WRONG: Millions of Christians could have made the 500-mile Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in vain after study suggests sacred bones at its end may NOT actually belong to Saint James the Great

Since the 9th Century, the Camino de Santiago has been one of the most famous pilgrimages in the world – but all those footsteps may have been in vain.

Oct 18 13:15

Woman, 54, who killed her 'naughty' 12-week-old kitten by putting it in the washing machine as punishment for going to the toilet in her home is banned from keeping animals

A woman killed her 'naughty' kitten by putting it in a washing machine as a punishment for pooing inside her home.

Oct 18 13:12

They Insist Everything Will Be Fine As We Face Shortages Of Chicken, Coffee, Diapers, Fish Sticks, Frozen Meals, Carbonated Drinks, Etc.

Officials in Washington continue to assure us that we don’t have anything to be concerned about, but meanwhile the shelves just continue to get even emptier.  On Friday, #BareShelvesBiden was the number one trending topic on Twitter, and I am sure that the Biden administration must have been thrilled by that.  Biden insists that he and his team are on top of things, but so far nothing that they have done has worked.  In fact, this crisis just seems to keep getting worse and worse.  And because we are facing such a “hydra of bottlenecks”, there aren’t going to be any easy solutions…

Oct 18 12:58

NASA's Lucy spacecraft is having problems with one of its solar arrays failing to lock into place: Mission to visit solar system fossils can still go ahead and it can operate with 'no threat to its health and safety'

NASA said on Sunday that it is already running into an issue with its nearly $1 billion Lucy spacecraft that will visit the 'fossils' of the solar system, as one of its solar arrays may not be 'fully latched.'

The engineers behind the spacecraft, which launched Saturday morning from Florida, will investigate why one of the solar arrays has not locked into place yet.

Oct 18 12:57

England have been ordered to play at least one match behind closed doors after the Football Association were hit with a stadium ban for the violence that marred the Euro 2020 final

They're famed for their vintage-inspired fashion sense, well-groomed appearance and bushy beards.

But it turns out the 21st century hipster subculture may actually have roots dating all the way back to medieval times.

Oct 18 12:57

England have been ordered to play at least one match behind closed doors after the Football Association were hit with a stadium ban for the violence that marred the Euro 2020 final

They're famed for their vintage-inspired fashion sense, well-groomed appearance and bushy beards.

But it turns out the 21st century hipster subculture may actually have roots dating all the way back to medieval times.

Oct 18 12:56

ATF Delays Another Public Information Release That Would Prove Biden Lied

However, we all know what the ATF will find: nothing. There will be a mere handful of arrests, out of the approximately 60,000 licensed gun dealers currently operating throughout the country. -- The reason? Federally licensed firearms dealers are a law-abiding bunch. They’re not going to suddenly go rogue and start selling guns to prohibited folks. Biden knows this. The ATF knows this. All they need to do is fork over the data and the public can know this too. Instead, the ATF is going to make things difficult and delay the process, at least according to an email they sent last week.

Oct 18 12:29

China considers law to punish parents of children who 'misbehave'

China's parliament will consider legislation to punish parents if their young children exhibit "very bad behavior" or commit crimes.

Oct 18 12:28

You can’t make this up: CNN’s HOME PAGE pop-up advertisement is for an injection for joint pain that also compromises your immune system’s ability to fight infection

Any natural health advocate knows better than to allow a quack doctor to prescribe them some medication that’s advertised on television or a mainstream media website, using common sense to figure out that the side effects alone are often worse than the condition being “treated.” That means the filthy-rich pharmaceutical companies that make those dangerous, deadly, untested drugs also pay for the script, the false-narrative, that’s being insidiously delivered with such poise and shocking photography and video coverage

Oct 18 12:26

10 cops to arrest one woman…

Oct 18 12:26

American farmers are having trouble finding replacement tractor tires amid escalating supply chain woes

A new and unexpected problem has emerged in America’s collapsing supply chain that is making it close to impossible for some farmers to continue growing food.

Oct 18 12:25

USC Law School dean tells students to snitch on classmates who DRINK WATER in violation of covid restrictions

At the University of Southern California School of Law, students are not allowed to hydrate themselves because doing so, according to Dean Andrew T. Guzman, might cause someone to test “positive” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).

Oct 18 12:10

Green Screen Joe (Picture)

Oct 18 12:10

For 105 days, COVID’s death toll in Florida counties went missing

For 105 days this summer, while COVID-19 deaths soared across the state, Floridians had no idea how many of their neighbors were dying.

Oct 18 12:10

Biden Vaccine Mandate (Picture)

Oct 18 12:10

Sen. Bernie Sanders Backs John Deere Strike, Citing CEO Salary up 160% During Pandemic

Senator Bernie Sanders, the unofficial leader of the progressive movement, has released a statement of support for 10,000 union workers at John Deere now on strike. Union members are demanding higher pay after the company reported a jump in profits, and executive salaries increased during the pandemic. Supporters say workers on the factories deserve a slice of the profit after staying on the job during the outbreak of COVID-19.

Oct 18 11:55

In a first, Saudi Arabia allows beach parties with women wearing bikinis as the Kingdom continues a liberalization drive

Now, the 32-year-old is dancing with her partner on white sands fringing the Red Sea, to music thumping from loudspeakers.

Oct 18 11:55

SC teacher fired after student pulls 'Stoney Patch Kids' marijuana gummies from prize box

A South Carolina teacher is off the job, after a student earned an illegal and unsafe prize in class.

Oct 18 11:53

Trust the FDA (Picture)

Oct 18 11:53

South Korea commits to 'challenging goal' of cutting emissions to 40% of 2018 levels by 2030

South Korea on Monday (Oct 18) officially committed to reducing national carbon emissions by 40 per cent of 2018 levels by 2030 ahead of the upcoming United Nations COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, a "very challenging target" compared to an initial 26.3 per cent goal.

Oct 18 11:52

Wild gunfight erupts on the streets of Brooklyn as police arrest suspect in killing of taxi driver

A suspect wanted in connection with the murder of a cabbie engaged cops in a gunbattle in Brooklyn on Sunday before being arrested.

Oct 18 11:40

Horrifying moment GrubHub deliveryman is stabbed to death for his e-bike on Manhattan bench as NYC's 7-day murder rate doubles

New York has been hit by another weekend crime wave, which saw a GrubHub cyclist knifed to death while resting at the end of his shift, and two other men slashed by a separate attacker.

Oct 18 11:40

Microsoft president Brad Smith reportedly told Bill Gates to stop emailing female employees 'more than a decade ago'

Two top executives at Microsoft told the company's billionaire founder Bill Gates to stop emailing female employees "more than a decade ago," according to The Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources.

Oct 18 11:36

Fans are banned from one England match as UEFA get tough after 5,000 thugs stormed the barriers at Wembley before Euro 2020 final while terrified spectators, police and stewards fled

England have been ordered to play at least one match behind closed doors after the Football Association were hit with a stadium ban for the violence that marred the Euro 2020 final

Oct 18 11:30

Gang leader 'Death Without Days' will demand $1million ransom for each of the 17 American and Canadian missionaries - including five children - his group abducted in Haiti, experts warn

A gang behind the kidnapping of 17 American and Canadian missionaries in Haiti will demand a ransom of up to $1 million per head, experts have warned.

Oct 18 11:29

The Pentagon powerhouse: How the first black Secretary of State Colin Powell, 84, went from a Jamaican immigrant family in the Bronx, to a solider in Vietnam and rose rapidly in ranks to lead the U.S. into the Gulf War and Iraq

Colin Powell, the Harlem-born son of Jamaican immigrants who was awarded military honors for saving fellow soldiers from a burning helicopter crash and went on to become the first black Secretary of State, has died at age 84.

Oct 18 11:29

"However, it's complicated because experts suggest giving three doses."

The pair were arrested in the bar of the Hilton Hotel in Basel, Switzerland, after trying to sell the sky disc to the German state archaeologist for 700,000 DM (£217,391).

Experts believe the sky disc was used as a calculator to help its Bronze Age owners predict the best times for sowing and harvesting in the spring and autumn.

Oct 18 11:28

Cocaine king Pablo Escobar's herd of hippos are sterilised to end their existence in Colombia over fears they are harming ecosystem

The infamous ‘cocaine hippos’ bought for Colombia drug lord Pablo Escobar are being sterilised to end their presence in the country.

Oct 18 11:28

Disabled 'astronauts-in-training' complete a zero-gravity flight 32,000ft above Earth to understand how spacesuits and space vessels can be made more accessible

Twelve disability ambassadors have completed a zero-gravity flight 32,000ft above Earth as part of an initiative to advance disability inclusion in space.

The crew, who have mobility, vision and hearing disabilities, experienced weightlessness and carried out a series of tests in an effort to better understand how spacesuits and space vessels can be made more accessible.

Oct 18 11:18

Nike CEO PRAISES Black Exec After Confessing To Violently Murdering a Teenager

Nike’s CEO praised one of the company’s black executives for confessing to brutally murdering a young boy in 1965.

Larry Miller, a Nike executive, revealed on Wednesday that he stabbed a youngster to death in a fit of rage.

“Miller’s story is an example of the human spirit’s resilience, perseverance, and strength,” according to CEO John Donahoe.

Oct 18 11:16

Republican Senator and physician Bill Cassidy says senility tests should be mandated for ALL federal government leaders including Biden, 78, and Supreme Court justices before the 'rapid decline' in your 80s

Bill Cassidy, a U.S. senator and physician, said all leaders in the federal executive, legislative and judiciary should be subject to cognitive tests as they age, claiming they should undergo this evaluation before the 'rapid decline' in their 80s.

Oct 18 11:16

The Taliban will help America get US citizens and Afghans at risk out of Kabul as evacuation flights are set to resume before the end of the year

The Taliban will help Washington to evacuate US citizens and Afghans on flights out of Kabul before the end of the year, according to a senior source at the State Department.

Oct 18 11:15

Bill and his friends (Video)

Oct 18 11:15

The Capitol rioters who represented themselves in court: Yoga teacher who doesn't trust probe, defendant who tried to smear judge's wife and woman who believes court has no power

At least five people charged with storming the U.S. Capitol have refused defense lawyers and are electing to represent themselves, undeterred by their lack of legal training or repeated warnings from judges.

Oct 18 11:12

Trump to give a deposition TODAY in lawsuit from Mexican protesters who claim they were beaten by his security detail during a 2015 march outside Trump Tower

Former President Trump will appear in a videotaped deposition today as part of a law suit related to a demonstration outside his New York City building during his campaign in 2015, according to a Bronx judge order.

Oct 18 11:11

'We will lose the new Cold War with Communist China within the decade': Stark warning to the US after Chinese launches 'hypersonic missile that orbits the Earth at 3,800mph' but Beijing claims it is just a routine test for the 'PEACEFUL use of space'

America will lose a new Cold War arms race with China within a decade unless it takes a tougher stance with Beijing, a Republican congressman has warned after the Chinese tested what is thought to be a new hypersonic nuclear-capable missile.

Oct 18 11:07

REVEALED: The 165,000 ton cargo ship that is thought to have snagged California oil pipeline with its anchor and caused huge leak

Investigators probing an oil pipeline leakage in California have shared the name of a container ship whose anchor may have snagged the pipe nine months earlier, as they probe whether that impact may have triggered the ensuing leak.