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08.17.22- Something Upon Which Americans Can Agree: The FBI and the IRS Suck
JD Tuccille

Tax collectors and federal cops have always been rotten to the core.

There's no doubt that both the FBI and IRS are having a tough moment with the public. Perceptions that the national police agency is at war with half of the population have eroded its standing, while Biden administration plans to super-size the tax-collection agency further sour public perceptions of that never-popular arm of government. It might all be very depressing if you work in the public sector, or you could say that Americans are finally gaining a more realistic assessment of deeply flawed federal enforcers. Read More

08.16.22- Trump Raid—Why the FBI Must Be Dissolved
Mike Billington

Aug. 13—Today’s release of the search warrant approved by Attorney General Merrick Garland to raid the home of former President Donald Trump on Aug. 8 has confirmed that this has nothing to do with classified documents. Rather, it has everything to do with an out-of-control Department of Justice and its national police force, the FBI, openly and proudly announcing to the world that the United States is no longer a Republic, serving “the people,” but a police state, rapidly descending into fascism. Read More

08.15.22- Gestapo the Steal
James Howard Kunstler

Despite all attempts to disable him in office, Mr. Trump, as president, got to see an awful lot of classified material, including all the evidence of Hillary Clinton’s Russia Collusion hoax, abetted by the FBI, the DOJ, CIA, and DOD, plus all the lawless shenanigans that took place in the FISA court….

To America’s political Left, serving its masters in the runaway deep state, reality itself must be portrayed as “baseless,” as in nothing to see here, folks. Is it any wonder, then, that half the country has gone mental. The reality they don’t want you to see is that the intel-and-surveillance agencies of our Republic have taken on a rogue life of their own as a dominant “fourth branch of government,” and that some time ago they embarked on a crime spree against anyone threatening their operations. Read More

08.13.22- Weekend Rant: FBI, RIP?
Victor Davis Hanson

The FBI is dissolving before our eyes into a rogue security service akin to those in Eastern Europe during the Cold War.

Take the FBI’s deliberately asymmetrical application of the law. This week the bureau surprise-raided the home of former President Donald Trump — an historical first. A massive phalanx of FBI agents swooped into the Trump residence while he was not home, to confiscate his personal property, safe, and records. All of this was over an archival dispute of presidential papers common to many former presidents. Agents swarmed the entire house, including the wardrobe closet of the former first lady. Read More

08.12.22- FBI: Feds Behaving Incorrigibly
Michelle Malkin

The FBI’s raid on former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate—ever so conveniently timed as the White House occupant’s approval numbers sink, the Swamp prepares to shovel a whopping $5.5 billion in foreign and military aid down the bottomless Ukrainian black hole and the American economy keels over like Biden on a bike—gives us a national teachable moment. Read More

08.11.22- The Sickening Quickening
James Howard Kunstler

The regime must know that the next Congress is going to rip the face off the deep state and likely impeach “Joe Biden” for accepting bribes from countries hostile to the USA.

Do you still doubt that the federal bureaucracy and the elected government parasitically attached to it seek to harm the people they rule (i.e., us) by any means necessary? They’re still pushing Covid “vaccines” in a futile effort to eliminate the control group of their massive eugenics experiment — that is, the unvaccinated, who are not getting the many vaccine-induced diseases behind the rise of all-causes mortality in people under 65. Read More

08.10.22- The Government is Hiding a Dark Secret About the Economy
Graham Summers

July’s jobs numbers were amazing. And this is great news!

Or it would be… if the jobs numbers were remotely accurate.

According to the headlines, the U.S. added 528,000 jobs last month. Unfortunately, most if not all of these “jobs” were created in a spreadsheet, not the real economy.

Let’s dive in. Read More

08.09.22- Robert F. Kennedy Jr Exposes Big Pharma’s Covid Plot To Destroy Us
Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

In November 2021, Robert Kennedy Jr. released his epochal The Real Antony Fauci, the definitive exposé of how the monster Fauci has for decades been plotting to impose vaccine tyranny not only on America but throughout the world. The Covid-“vaccine” hoax is only the latest episode in this plot, and I summarized the vital core of Kennedy’s case in a review that appeared on LRCRead More

08.08.22- Sweet Karma: Rabid ‘Social Justice ‘ Movement Implodes, Self-Cannibalizes
Ben Bartee

As the snake devours its own tail, SJW (Social Justice Warrior) ideology reaps its karma.

The façade is crumbling because it lacks any foundation. The SJW house — built on weird, self-contradictory, incoherent academic dogma — victimizes itself with its own inertia. Read More

08.06.22- The Rise of Alternatives as the US-Led Global Order Falters
Doug Casey

International Man: Since the invasion of Ukraine, we’ve seen the US and its European allies institute unprecedented sanctions on Russia. In a bold move, the US government also froze the US dollar reserves of the Russian central bank.

In response, Russia demanded payment in rubles in exchange for its energy.

What’s your take on this new phase of economic warfare? Read More

08.05.22- More Nightmare Shortages Are Coming Thanks To This Emerging Conspiracy
Brandon Smith

In a recent interview with Bloomberg, the executive vice president of UPS asserted that “regionalization” of the supply chain is critical to economic stability in a world where geopolitical conflicts continue expanding.

The word “regionalization” is basically another way to describe decentralization, a concept which the UPS representative obviously did not want to dive into. Almost every trade expert and industry insider admits that supply chain problems are going to persist into the foreseeable future, and some are starting to also admit (in a roundabout way) that localized production and trade models are the key to economic survival. Read More

08.04.22- Now We Know What It’s like To Live Among Lunatics
Mark Oshinskie

From 1965-71, CBS aired a sitcom entitled Green Acres. The show’s protagonist, Oliver Wendell Douglas, was an NYC lawyer who bought a farm and, several years ahead of the zeitgeist, went back to the land. In Hooterville, his adopted domicile, Oliver wears a three-piece suit while he rides his tractor and is surrounded by hicks, hucksters and bumbling bureaucrats. The show portrays this naive romantic’s daily encounters with the loony locals and his ingenuous, Hungarian immigrant, incongruously glamorous, reluctant farm wife, Lisa, who’s also a very bad cook. Every interaction ends with Oliver exasperated by the ludicrous statements or conduct of those in his new sphere. Read More

08.03.22- There Won’t Be Any Winners Because The Status Quo Is Corrupt Everywhere
Charles Hugh Smith

Systemic corruption on this vast scale optimizes failure and collapse.

Debating which nations will “win” as the global economy unravels is a popular but pointless parlor game. Since the status quo in every nation is deeply, profoundly, systemically corrupt, there won’t be any “winners,” there will only be losers. Read More

08.02.22- The Paradigm of the Narrative (800AD to Today)
Clif High

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08.01.22- Argentina’s Economy Collapses
Martin Armstrong

(Editor's Note: The following report illustrates a falling domino. This will happen here unless a very large number of American Citizens, currently asleep, wake up. - JSB)

Argentina’s economy has collapsed. Around 57% of adults in the nation are currently unemployed. The Socialist nation has programs in place to compensate, costing the country around $6 million daily. However, socialism no longer works when you run out of other people’s money. July’s inflation report showed an uptick over 60%. Read More

07.30.22- Transhumanism:
Utopian Fantasy and Totalitarian Fact

Jeremiah Johnson

“Once men turned their thinking over to machines in the hope that this would set them free. But that only permitted other men with machines to enslave them.” – Frank Herbert

The science fiction of today is the scientific fact of tomorrow. A good example is Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seapredicting today’s nuclear-powered submarines. Another would be H. G. Wells sci-fi/horror piece, The Island of Dr. Moreau which examines a world filled with human-animal hybrids. So when we discuss the future of transhumanism, you need to keep this in mind. For though it may seem far-fetched today, it is where we are headed. Read More

07.29.22- Why Does The United States Just Keep Getting Hit By One Historic Nightmare After Another?
Michael Snyder

Have you become numb to all the bad news yet?  Almost every single day, something really horrible seems to happen in the United States.  It is just one thing after another and it has been that way for months.  It is as if we are in the midst of some sort of a “perfect storm” that never seems to end.  In all my years of writing, I have never seen anything like this.  There is so much bad news happening right now that it is literally impossible to keep up with it all.  Events are starting to accelerate at a pace that is absolutely breathtaking, and I am extremely concerned about what the remainder of 2022 will look like. Read More

07.28.22- Here’s What the Government Should Really Do in the Greater Depression
Doug Casey

It’s hard to have a conversation today, or even overhear one, without being exposed to moronic – and I now use that word in its colloquial as well as its clinical sense – opinions about what “we” should do.

“We,” of course, is the government. Everyone believes it should “Do Something.” And it is.

But why deal in half-measures? Read More

07.27.22- Just Paddling
While The Empire Burns

Jim Quinn

The phrase “fiddling while Rome burns” is an intriguing idiom, referencing the great fire which ravaged Rome for six days in 64 A.D. and the legend that Nero, one of the most sadistic, decadent, and cruel rulers of all-time, instead of taking action to stop the fire, played his lyre while composing a song about Rome’s destruction. The Roman historian Tacitus wrote that Nero was rumored to have sung about the destruction of Rome while watching the city burn but it’s likely this was just a myth. Read More

07.26.22- What Is The “Council For Inclusive Capitalism?” It’s The New World Order
Brandon Smith

The idea that there is an agenda for global government among the financial and political elites of the world has long been called a “conspiracy theory” within the mainstream and the establishment media. And sadly, even when you can convince people to look at and accept the evidence that banking institutions and certain politicians work together for their own purposes, many folks will STILL not entertain the notion that the ultimate goal of these power mongers is one-world empire. They just can’t wrap their heads around such a thing. Read More

07.25.22- This Tragedy Was Entirely Avoidable
Jim Rickards

The war in Ukraine will have huge ramifications for the international system in the coming years. Many will prove negative for the U.S. as sanctions backfire and the world moves more rapidly toward dollar alternatives.

Unfortunately, the war in Ukraine was totally avoidable. Had the U.S. pursued closer ties with Russia years ago, rather than antagonizing it and driving it into a deeper alliance with China, it’s highly unlikely the war would have taken place. Read More

07.23.22-  Michelle Obama Registered To Vote As a Man In 1994 According To Illinois State Board of Elections
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07.22.22- WARNING from a Farmer -
Get READY!
Appalachia's Homestead with Patara

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07.21.22- Covid-19 and the Continuing Erosion of Private Property Rights
Claudio Grass

Even though the downhill trajectory we've seen over the last decades in terms of property rights is bad enough, nothing could have ever prepared us for what the covid-19 crisis would bring. Even those of us who have read enough history to know that there's really no line that the state will not cross in its fervent pursuit of absolute power were sincerely surprised. How could the ruling elite deny us our birth given right to own our own body and mind? How could we forget the principles of the Enlightenment and what it means to live in a society based on personal freedom? Read More

07.20.22- If Government Can Take from One Group, It Can and Will Take from Everyone
Claudio Grass

It wouldn't be an exaggeration to argue that private property rights, as understood by classic liberal thinkers, by those who embrace Austrian economic theory, and by all members of an enlightened society, are not only the cornerstone, but also the last defense of human civilization and the Western way of life in particular. Nothing stands a chance without this premise. No prosperity can ever come about or even be maintained, none of the civil liberties and human freedoms we so often take for granted these days, no innovation in business, technology or science. Read More

07.19.22- Trans Swimmer Nominated For NCAA Woman Of The Year Honors
Tyler Durden

Determined to lead the Ivy League to the absolute depths of woke irrationality, the University of Pennsylvania has nominated trans swimmer Lia (née Will) Thomas to receive NCAA Woman of the Year honors. 

The nearly-6' 4" Thomas posted three years of respectable results in collegiate men's competition before switching genders and proceeding to smash records set by biological women left and right. Thomas set five individual records at the 2022 Ivy League championships aloneRead More

07.18.22- A Tale of the Taco
James Howard Kunstler

Has anyone noticed, by the way, that the US is under an invasion of breakfast tacos…?

What to make of this bizarre headline out of The Washington Examiner? First impression: well, that’s at least one they’ll send back. Read More

07.16.22- The Emasculation
of the American Male

Servando Gonzalez

According to what it was reported in the press, as soon as they heard about the ongoing situation at the Uvalde school, some of the mothers ran to the place in an effort to protect the lives of their children. Unfortunately, the Uvalde police did not treat them well.

We saw dramatic scenes of Uvalde police mistreating and harassing desperate mothers. Some of them were gassed, tased, handcuffed and treated as criminals. It was a shameful day for America. Read More

07.15.22- Mexican President Lopez-Obrador Offers to Bail Out the United States from the Biden Created Energy Crisis, and Will Supply Electricity to Texas
The Conservative Treehouse

The media did not give this much attention; however, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez-Obrador thoroughly, albeit diplomatically, dressed down Joe Biden over his economic and energy policy during a Tuesday visit to the White House.

You might remember that together with a host of south and central American leaders, Mexican President Lopez-Obrador refused to attend Joe Biden’s Latin-America summit last month {Go Deep}.  With that in mind Obrador’s media remarks in the oval office are quite remarkable in their pointedness. Read More

07.14.22- Here Comes The Violent Summer Of Soaring Dollar Discontent
Elwin de Groot

In this climate of rising inflation, particularly of energy and food, and global central banks in tightening mode, a (political) crisis never is very far away. Sri Lanka has been one of the most prominent examples with its recent default on foreign debt and its President Gotabaya Rajapaksa fleeing the country yesterday has been one of the most prominent examples. Bad economic policy, the Covid-19 shock and, ultimately the global food and energy crisis resulting in serious shortages, tipped the country over the edge. Protests also broke out in Libya earlier this month, where rising ‘cost of living’ problems were cited as one reason. Read More

07.13.22- Will America disappear into the Sands of Time?
Joe David

Dinesh D’Souza’s film, 2000 Mules, documenting the 2020 U.S. presidential election, was released this spring and the response from America’s political swamp was predictable. Because of the significant promotion and interest in the video, the mainstream media (MSM) couldn’t easily ignore the documentary, as they normally do with whatever contradicts the MSM and the Democrats’ narrative.

In this case, they addressed the matter as best as they could. They attacked and by attacking tried to cancel it. Read More

07.12.22- The Perfect (and Only) Solution
Ted Butler

A new article by Reuters concerning this year’s default in nickel on the London Metals Exchange help me to crystalize some new thoughts on the recent dramatic collapse in commodity prices of all types, certainly including silver and gold. I would describe my new thoughts as being fully in line with all the major themes I’ve presented over the years, but now with a clarity I hadn’t quite anticipated. Please bear with me for a bit, as I try to tie this in with the current quite pronounced melt down in the prices of metals and other commodities. Read More

07.11.22- Biden’s Selling Of Oil From Reserve To Hunter Biden-Tied Chinese Firm 'Impeachable'
Eva Fu

The Biden administration’s move to sell nearly 1 million barrels of oil reserves to China “defies all common sense” and is benefiting U.S. adversaries at the cost of national interests, said Republican lawmakers, with some calling the action “impeachable.”

The Department of Energy in April sold 950,000 barrels of Strategic Petroleum Reserve to Unipec America, the U.S. arm of China’s largest trading company Unipec, which is wholly owned by China Petrochemical Corporation, also known as Sinopec. Read More

07.09.22- ‘Friend-shoring’ threatens Western metal supplies
Richard (Rick) Mills

In George Orwell’s book ‘1984’, the world is divided among three superpowers, whose continuous struggle for global dominance plunges the world into a never-ending conflict.

Oceania, Eastasia and Eurasia, with their large spheres of influence, closely mirror how the Grand Alliance of the US, the UK and the Soviet Union planned the defeat of Nazi Germany during World War II. Read More

07.08.22- The Normalization of Perversion
Paul Craig Roberts

Many years ago I wrote that the normalization and legitimization of the first sexual perversion would set the precedent and all others would follow. And they have.  At any moment I expect an entrepreneur to open a bestiality brothel. Read More

07.07.22- Welcome to the
Slow Motion Depression

Jeffrey Tucker

Think for a moment of other failed experiments in human history.

One that comes to mind is the Bolshevik Revolution. Its leader, Vladimir Lenin, never really expected to take power, much less be put in charge of implementing the system he had spent a career promoting. Read More

07.06.22- American Secession
Adam Dick

On Independence Day, many Americans think about, at least briefly, the American Revolution. One important thing they should consider in this reflection is that the American Revolution is misnamed. A more appropriate name would be the American Secession.

And an appropriate question for now, when the power of the United States government and Americans’ dissatisfaction have become immense, is whether the time is right for another American Secession. Read More

07.05.22- The Gas Inflation Crisis
Is Far From Over

Brandon Smith

After a single Federal Reserve rate hike of 75 basis points (0.75%) I am noticing a trend among mainstream economists whipping out their crystal balls and predicting an almost immediate reversion to deflationary conditions. In their view, a recession will “balance everything out.” For most of these people, I would suggest that they keep their crystal balls in their pants; they have been consistently wrong and it’s time for them to shut up. If you were predicting that inflation would be “transitory” last year, then you have no right to act like you are an economist today. Read More

07.04.22- The Most Valuable Form of Money Nobody's Seen--Yet
Charles Hugh Smith

What is "money"? "Money" is a claim on the essentials of life. Ration cards are claims on essentials. 

Many people expect "money" will soon be tied to commodities. Agreed. It's called a ration card that grants the holder the right to buy a specific quantity of essential goods at a specified price. 

This right is a form of "money" directly tied to the value of commodities. Read More

What If People Actually Controlled The Government?
Jeffrey Tucker

Imagine, if you will, the following system...

Government is managed by elected representatives who are in turn elected by the people. Government is further restrained by checks and balances between three branches, each of which is accountable ultimately to the people who live under the laws. Read More

 

07.01.22- How the Super Wealthy 1% Use the Most Ignorant & the Most Vulnerable
to Wage War on the Middle Class
Americans United

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06.30.22- Proof:
Pfizer Shots Killed Colin Powell
Dr. Jane Ruby

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06.29.22- 700 Million Worldwide Will Die from CV19 Vax by 2028
Dr David Martin

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06.28.22- “Winter” is coming for the West, and it is going to be apocalyptic
Ethan Huff

The head of Germany’s Federal Network Agency has issued a stark warning about what is soon to come for the country – and it is not pretty.

Fuel shortages coupled with skyrocketing prices will send “shockwaves throughout the country,” says Klaus Müller, whose office regulates Germany’s electricity, gas, telecommunications, postal services and railway markets. Read More

06.27.22- It Costs $22,648 And Requires 11 Agencies To Start A Restaurant In San Francisco
Simon Black

In a report called Barriers to Business, the Institute for Justice (IJ) analyzed 20 US cities for how easy it is to open five different types of businesses. To cover a range, those businesses included a restaurant, a retail bookstore, a food truck, a barbershop, and a home-based tutoring business.

Entrepreneurs who want to start a restaurant, for example, have 13 different fees totaling $5,300, on average across the 20 cities. In San Francisco, those fees reach $22,648. Read More

06.25.22- The Drumbeat Morphs
Robert M. Hamburger

In my March 18, 2021 post I suggested that we might be up to as many as four “vaccine” doses by September 2022. The FDA beat my prediction by six months, approving the fourth dose on March 25, 2022. Four doses ... because the first three did not do what was represented.

At first they (pharmaceuticals, government, media) told us that two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna products, or one of the Johnson & Johnson product, would prevent infection and stop transmission. With a mere six months of testing before administering the still experimental drug to the general population, the FDA and the mRNA injection manufacturers had no way of knowing how quickly the effectiveness would wane. Read More

06.24.22- America the Beautiful is Broken
David Haggith

The twaddle that comes out of the White House is deep right now. When our tottering president isn’t out enjoying a bike ride and falling down because Putin put gum in his stirrup so that he couldn’t get his foot out to steady himself, he is assembling a colorful team of Frisco-style professionals highly qualified in the field of transition to guide us through the vicissitudes of war, plague and famine that are swirling around the entire globe right now. (“Frisco” is the name the city loves to hate, so I chose it intentionally for a city I once found beautiful.) Read More

06.23.22- Deep State Global Chessboard...
The End of Freedom!
Catherine Austin Fitts

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06.22.22- Clif High: Patel Patriot -
Devolution Power Hour
AndiJ

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06.21.22- It’s TOO LATE for the Oblivious Masses to get Red-Pilled
Mike Adams

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06.20.22- Rethinking the Second Amendment
Dr Naomi Wolf

Can We Indeed Have Peace and Freedom Without Guns?

I wrote this essay some weeks ago, but I kept waiting to publish it til tragic mass shootings were no longer in the news. But that day looks as if it will never come, so I am publishing it anyway, with grief and mourning for those lost to gun violence, as we must nonetheless have this difficult conversation.

The last thing keeping us free in America, as the lights go off all over Europe- and Australia, and Canada - is, yes, we must face this fact, the Second Amendment. Read More

06.18.22- The Engineered Stagflationary Collapse Has Arrived –
Here's What Happens Next

Brandon Smith

In my 16 years as an alternative economist and political writer I have spent around half that time warning that the ultimate outcome of the Federal Reserve’s stimulus model would be a stagflationary collapse. Not a deflationary collapse, or an inflationary collapse, but a stagflationary collapse. The reasons for this were very specific – Mass debt creation was being countered with MORE debt creation while many central banks have been simultaneously devaluing their currencies through QE measures. On top of that, the US is in the unique position of relying on the world reserve status of the dollar and that status is diminishing. Read More

06.17.22- Soaring Gas Prices, Supply Chain Collapsing, Riots, Martial Law
Sarah Westall

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06.16.22- Judy Mikovits Shocks The World:
Most Damning Covid Evidence Bombshell The World Has Seen

Stew Peters

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06.15.22- The Real Makers of Lethal Weapons Are in Our Schools
Servando Gonzalez

In 1999 I wrote an article I titled “The Real Makers of Lethal Weapons Are In Our Schools,” that was published in an Australian newspaper. Eight years later WorldNetDaily reproduced it, adding, “Editor’s note: This prophetic commentary was first published in June 1999.

“Guns they’ll never find, ‘cuz my lethal weapon’s my mind.” — Ice-T Read More

06.14.22- The Jabbed are About to get a Rude Awakening
Clif High

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06.13.22- Hopium, False Prophets and Inside Fighting Q&A
David Nino Rodriguez

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06.11.22- Billy Wanka and The Vaccine Factory: Lethal Injections and Super Happy Rainbow Fun!
Jeff Berwick

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06.10.22- CIA Officer: How the Establishment Makes War Seem to Be Fun,
to Get Young People to Fight

Jeffrey Bennett

John R. Stockwell (born 1937) is a former CIA officer who became a critic of United States government policies after serving seven tours of duty over thirteen years. Having managed American involvement in the Angolan Civil War as Chief of the Angola Task Force during its 1975 covert operations, he resigned and wrote In Search of Enemies. Read More

06.09.22- Juan O Savin Bombshell Update!
David Nino Rodriguez

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06.08.22- 1,287,595 injuries reported after COVID shots, vaccine injury compensation programs ‘overwhelmed’
Children’s Health Defense

VAERS data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show 1,287,595 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID-19 vaccines, including 28,532 deaths and 235,041 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020, and May 27, 2022.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new data June 3, showing a total of 1,287,595 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and May 27, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That’s an increase of 9,615 adverse events over the previous week. Read More

06.07.22- General Berger to White Hats:
“Stand Down!”
Martin Brodel

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06.06.22- Global CV19 Vax Absolute Insanity
Dr. Ryan Cole

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