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Saturday 12-10-22


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12-10-22 Saturday


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God’s WORD for TODAY!


Whosoever shall confess that Jesus is the Son of God, God dwelleth in him, and he in God.

1 John 4:15 KJV


…praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;

Ephesians 6:18 KJV


Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:

Matthew 7:7 KJV



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TRADING POST NEWS:

CPSO Lawlessness in Ontario: https://drtrozzi.org/2022/12/10/cpso-lawlessness-in-ontario/ 2022-12-10 Michael Alexander JD and myself with Tamara Ugolini on Rebel News

In Ontario, under CEO Dr Nancy Whitmore, the CPSO is unlawfully denying citizens' access to doctors' honest insights or opinions, exemptions to dangerous coerced genetic injections, or safe and effective treatments for covid and "vaccine" injuries. The CPSO has been unchallenged for their abuse of authority for many decades. This has allowed the problem to grow to the extreme level of corruption that we now experience. In this 17-minute interview attorney Michael Alexander explains the legal situation; and our current strategy to rein in this rogue medical regulator and return human rights and the rule of law to Ontario. I discuss the conflict faced by physicians: choosing between their old stable careers and income, verses their morals, oaths, and duty. "Either way the good doctors did not come this far to just suddenly submit to a criminal campaign." Thanks Tamara Ugolini and Rebel News for this interview. https://drtrozzi.org/2022/12/10/cpso-lawlessness-in-ontario/ [Dr Mark Trozzi]


Judge Declines DOJ Request to Find Trump Team in Contempt:

A federal judge turned away a Department of Justice request to hold the office of former President Donald Trump in contempt for not complying with a grand jury subpoena regarding the return of classified documents to the National Archives, NBC News reported.

According to the report, U.S. District Judge Beryl A. Howell for the District of Columbia made the ruling denying the DOJ's request following a closed hearing in Washington Friday.

News outlets and the public were not allowed in the proceeding, which took about 90 minutes, according to reporters who witnessed the attorneys in the case entering and exiting the courtroom.

The Washington Post reported that federal prosecutors requested the contempt charge for Trump's office after two documents marked as "classified" were recently discovered in a storage unit not far from Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

Earlier this year, the FBI raided Trump's home and found 103 classified documents that were supposed to be returned to the National Archives after Trump left office in January 2021.

The raid helped spur Attorney General Merrick Garland to appoint a special counsel, Jack Smith, to criminally investigate Trump in relation to having the documents as well as his involvement in the protest and riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

That investigation involves Trump's alleged mishandling of sensitive documents since leaving the Oval Office. Trump maintains the documents are his personal property, while the government asserts, they involve national security issues, according to the report. [News Max Media]

Related Stories:


Bezos & Musk investing billions to transform America:

This is troubling.

Have you heard of COP26?

Almost nobody has.

Amid the distractions caused by:

  • · lingering health issues,

  • · conflicts overseas,

  • · shortages, and

  • · inflation…

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently took the stage at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland to address some of the world’s most powerful people, including:

  • · U.S. President,

  • · Joe Biden…

  • · British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson…

  • · Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau…

  • · French President Emmanuel Macron…

  • · … and many more…

From the stage, Yellen called for world leaders to commit to a $150 trillion ‘global transition’ of our economy.

Since then, Bank of America has signed this accord, along with:

  • · 131 countries,

  • · 234 cities, and

  • · 695 of the world’s biggest companies.

Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have invested in this ‘transformation’ as well.

What is it that Yellen, Biden, Trudeau, Bezos and Musk are pushing for?

And what does it mean for your money?

Investigative journalist and renowned economist, Nomi Prins has followed the money…

She says:

“While most Americans are distracted by mainstream media headlines calling for a stock market crash, I’ve found evidence that shows where the elites are spending $150 trillion to ‘transform’ the economy. Most Americans will be shocked when they see what happens next.”


I had to know more, so I scheduled an interview for Nomi to go deeper into the details of this ‘transformation.’

She agreed to do the interview on one condition: she wanted to record it so she could get her message in front of as many Americans as possible before it’s too late.

Maria Bonaventura Senior Managing Editor, Distortion Report



Andrew Mullen Deputy Editor, Political Economy 60 SECOND CATCH-UPJiang Zemin funeral: Xi Jinping hails late leader for steering China through tough times and defying Western pressure Xi Jinping pays tribute to late Chinese president Jiang Zemin at state funeral in BeijingWhy former Chinese leader Hu Jintao was highest profile absentee from Jiang Zemin’s funeralAs it happened: Xi Jinping pays tribute to late Chinese president Jiang Zemin - ‘a great Marxist and leader’Chinese leadership mourns ‘insurmountable loss’ of Jiang Zemin as former president dies aged 96 Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin dies at the age of 96Opinion: Jiang Zemin paved the way for China’s rise. He was helped by diplomats like Liu HuaqiuDEEP DIVES For a much more DETAILED overview, I provide the following… DEEPER look: ‘Dig into tough problems’: scientists remember Jiang Zemin for his intellectual curiosity •Former president had a keen appreciation of science, ‘thirst to explore new ideas’•Jiang sometimes even phoned researchers directly with tough questions Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin has been remembered for his lifelong intellectual curiosity and keen appreciation of science. Jiang died last week at the age of 96. Jiang, who led China’s economic integration through the 1990s and early 2000s as it transformed into a global power, always made time to dig into complex scientific problems and learn from scientists despite his busy schedule, according to some acquaintances. Read more

•When China was at a critical crossroads in 1989, Jiang helped solidify the groundwork for a socialist market economy via market reforms and international trade•But the economic awakening was not without its pitfalls, as corruption was widespread in the 1990s and China’s wealth divide turned into a vast chasm Chinese ex-leader Jiang Zemin’s body makes final journey to Beijing as China mourns

•Jiang Zemin promised Beijing would unswervingly implement the principles of ‘one country, two systems’ and ‘Hong Kong people administering Hong Kong’•Past and present Hong Kong chief executives pay tribute to ‘outstanding leader’No Chinese leader had set foot in Hong Kong for more than a century until then-president Jiang Zemin landed on the eve of the city’s historic return to Chinese rule on July 1, 1997, with a strong pledge of non-interference in local affairs. Jiang, the first Chinese head of state to visit Hong Kong, flew in on the afternoon of June 30 along with then premier Li Peng, Zuo Lin, widow of the late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping, architect of the “one country, two systems” governing principle, and other officials to mark the end of 156 years of British colonial rule. Read more

•Jiang is hailed for mending ties with the West, the handover of Hong Kong, modernising the Communist Party at home and a successful bid to host Olympics•In a country led by inscrutable politicians, charismatic ‘Uncle Toad’ came to be admired for his distinctive appearance and idiosyncratic diplomacyJiang Zemin, China’s top leader in the 1990s and the early 2000s, has left behind a country with a much higher global standing and an economy far more integrated with the world than Communist rulers before him knew. Jiang, who ruled the country from 1989 to 2002, died in Shanghai from leukaemia and multi-organ failure just after noon on Wednesday, according to an official announcement by state news agency Xinhua. He was 96. Read more In our next issue, our culture desk will look at how food has played a role in turning the tide on a recent spate of violence targeting the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. We welcome your feedback. Email me at globalimpact@scmp.com. Plus, be sure to check out our China news feed for the latest news and analysis. All the best, Daniel Kwan China News Edito

RUMOURS: Disclaimer: The following information is found on the internet and is usually not referenced by the Mainstream media [MSM]. It is my intention to present this information so that one has a better knowledgebase from which to make judgements. These are not necessarily my views; however, they need to be considered if one is not to become biased as only one side of a discussion is presented. Much of the content of this BLOG is re-printed Material. Consider, do your own research, and make up your own mind. 💥 💥 CAUTION: Disclaimer: All articles, videos, and images posted on here were submitted by readers and/or handpicked by the site itself for informational and/or entertainment purposes. All statements, claims, views, and opinions that appear on this site are always presented as unverified and should be discerned by the reader. We do not endorse any opinions expressed on this website and we do not support, represent or guarantee the completeness, truthfulness, accuracy, or reliability of any content posted on this website. Here is what is circulating on the Inter-Net: There is MUCH coming soon! A different Perspective: This is out there – floating in the Network… You need to make up your own mind!

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