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Thursday 7-27-23

Thursday 7-27-23

Verse(s) for today:

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

John 1:1 KJV

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, And a light unto my path.

Psalm 119:105 KJV

But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves. For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass: for he beholdeth himself, and goeth his way, and straightway forgetteth what manner of man he was.

James 1:22-24 KJV

Thought(s) for the Day:

Its Starting:

Buried in the program is a section for Public Health and Epidemic Pandemic Concerns…

Canadians visiting Europe will require a PERMIT

Canadians planning to visit Europe next year will have to pay for a travel authorization — not a visa — as the European Union looks to strengthen its border security measures.

Starting in 2024, Canadian passport holders will be required to apply online for the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) if they plan to stay in any of these 30 European countries for up to 90 days in any 180-day period.

Currently, Canadian citizens can enter Europe without any travel permit or visa and stay for up to three months.

However, if their stay exceeds 90 days, a visa is required.

From next year, Canadian travellers will have to fill out a form with their personal information, travel document details, level of education and current occupation, details about the intended stay, as well as any criminal convictions.

[Dan Brooks]



JULY 25, 2023

Photographs on Hunter Biden's laptop reveal his presence at his father's Delaware home, the same day a contentious message exchange was reported to have taken place with a Chinese business associate.

The images depict Biden with two young women seated in a 1967 Corvette Stingray at his father's residence in Wilmington.

This contradicts earlier denials from President Joe Biden about any involvement or knowledge of his son's international business dealings, Fox News reported.

The Alleged Shakedown

The events in question occurred on July 30, 2017, when Hunter Biden allegedly had a conversation with Henry Zhao, the CEO of Chinese asset management firm Harvest Fund Management. Hunter Biden says, "I am sitting here with my father, and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled."

Gary Shapley, an IRS whistleblower who spearheaded the IRS investigation into Hunter Biden, provided some of these messages.

Hunter Biden further indicated that there would be severe consequences if he received any communication from individuals outside of a specified group related to this issue. Leading House Republicans have labeled this exchange a "shakedown" by the Biden family.

According to Shapley, the IRS investigators acquired the message from Hunter's iCloud in August 2020 using a search warrant while examining the first son's financial affairs, New York Post reported.

Contradictory Evidence

The unearthed photos from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop, also dated July 30, 2017, raise questions about whether the Bidens were together at the time of the discussed meeting with Zhao. The images show Hunter Biden in his father's Corvette, parked in the driveway of the senior Biden's home.

These images were initially disclosed by the website Marco Polo, initiated by former Trump aide Garrett Ziegler, and later reported by the Washington Free Beacon. According to these reports, one of the girls in the pictures is suspected to be Hunter Biden's niece.

Biden's Response

When questioned about his possible involvement in Zhao's alleged conversation, Biden responded forcefully. He firmly denied being present or involved in the conversation, which counters the implications of Hunter Biden's messages to Zhao.

Upcoming Testimony

Reports suggest that Devon Archer, a colleague of Hunter Biden on the board of Burisma, will soon provide evidence to the House Oversight Committee. Archer is anticipated to testify that while serving as vice president, Joe Biden was actively involved in multiple calls with Hunter and himself.

Committee Republicans announced on social media, expressing their anticipation for Archer's testimony and emphasizing their pursuit of the truth in these allegations.

Accusations Against Biden

According to Committee Chairman James Comer, Joe Biden misled the American people regarding his awareness of his son's business ventures. The Republican chairman insists that evidence is mounting that the president had considerable involvement in what he terms as "corrupt influence peddling schemes."

Comer further alleges that Biden probably profited from these operations involving dealings with a Ukrainian oligarch and a company linked to the Chinese Communist Party. Comer suggests that these dealings have endangered American interests.

Transparency and Accountability

Chairman Comer promises that the Oversight Committee will continue to uncover the facts to deliver the transparency and accountability the American people deserve. He criticizes mainstream media and the Justice Department for their perceived protection of the Bidens. He reiterates the Committee's eagerness to hear from Archer about the president's alleged involvement in his family's business operations.

Denials from the White House

In previous statements, the White House maintained that President Biden was never involved in his son's business dealings, a claim the president has personally reiterated. But recent comments from White House spokesperson Ian Sams have raised Republican eyebrows. Sams stated, "As we have said many times before, the president was not in business with his son."

Shift in the Narrative

Republicans believe Sams's statement marks a clear shift in the White House's narrative and raises suspicions about the president's knowledge of his son's international business operations. They have demanded an explanation from White House Counsel Stuart Delery, expressing concerns that the president may have known more about his son's foreign business ventures than previously admitted.

[Washington Digest]


A mother, whose identity remains undisclosed, took the lives of her three children and later committed suicide after a police standoff.

The incident occurred in Verdigris, Oklahoma, on the afternoon of July 20, as the Daily Wire reported.

Chilling Silence during the Standoff

Verdigris Police Department (VPD) officers were alerted to the scene by the fireworks display near a local residence.

As per the official account provided by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, on reaching the scene, police found an armed woman who had barricaded herself and her children inside the house.

Despite repeated attempts by a negotiator to communicate with the woman over three hours, there was no response from within the house.

Verdigris Police Chief Jack Shackelford expressed his despair, remarking how the house remained silent with no indications of movement throughout the standoff.

When officers finally decided to enter the residence, they were met with a horrifying sight: the mother and her three children, aged 11, 6, and just 10 months, were all deceased.

Investigators later established that the woman had shot her children before turning the gun on herself, Today reported.

Details Surrounding the Incident

Shedding light on the incident, Police Chief Shackelford shared with the Tulsa World that the series of events had begun with a woman - a social worker whose identity remains undisclosed - trapped in the mother’s garage, shooting off fireworks in a desperate call for help.

The social worker had come for a supervised visit with one of the children, whom the armed mother took hostage.

The mother also locked up the social worker and two other children who accompanied her in the garage.

With the assistance of the police, the social worker and the two children were able to escape unharmed.

Shackelford added that he was familiar with the mother due to multiple prior domestic violence and child welfare calls to her residence. Due to these repeated incidents, the chief knew the mother on a first-name basis.

A Glimpse into a Troubled Past

Billy Jacobson, the father of the 10-month-old who fell victim to this tragedy, expressed his grief over the shocking event on Facebook on the day it unfolded - July 20.

He wrote, "Please keep us in your prayers."

In his online post, he also shared an unsettling detail about the mother's past - she had made an attempt on her own life earlier in January.

Jacobson was the father to the 10-month-old baby who was killed by their own mother.

[Washington Digest]



JULY 24, 2023

The U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, reported on Sunday that Ukraine had reclaimed approximately 50% of the territory originally seized by Russia, adding that the counteroffensive is still in the early stages, The Hill reported.

Russian Objective Failed

Blinken expressed confidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin's aim to erase Ukraine's independence and absorb the nation into Russia has failed.

This objective, according to Blinken, failed a long time ago, despite Russia's significant efforts to accomplish it.

Blinken shared this information during an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria on the "GPS" show.

Ukraine's Ongoing Battle for Its Land

According to Blinken, Ukraine is currently struggling to reclaim more land seized by Russia.

The Secretary of State affirmed that approximately half of the initially occupied territory had been retaken by Ukraine.

Blinken explained that these are still the early days of Ukraine's counteroffensive, but it is a challenging task. He said, "Now they're in a very hard fight to take back more."

Last week, the Ukrainian forces claimed they had regained control of nearly 18 square kilometers (7 square miles) of territory in the eastern and southern regions due to their counteroffensive against the Russian forces, Reuters reported.

Projected Optimism and Current Challenges

Blinken conveyed an optimistic tone when discussing Ukraine's prospects in the counteroffensive.

After extensive preparations spanning several months, the Ukrainian forces initiated their offensive to reclaim the territory seized by Russia.

Despite starting strong, the progress of Ukraine's counteroffensive has slowed down recently.

The slowdown has been attributed to a rapid depletion of Ukraine's ammunition stocks and the complications of navigating through the minefields laid down by Russia.

The Russians have established strong defenses, challenging the Ukrainians to break through.

Nonetheless, Blinken expressed conviction that Ukraine, equipped and supported by over 50 countries, can overcome these obstacles.

He said, "With the training that their forces have gotten, and many of the forces who've gotten that training have not yet been put fully into this fight."

He added, "More than anything else, with the fact that, unlike the Russians, Ukrainians are fighting for their land, for their future, for their country, for their freedom. I think that is the decisive element, and that's going to play out. "

Timeline of the Counteroffensive

Despite his optimism, Blinken was cautious about predicting a quick resolution to the conflict. "But it will not play out over the next week or two. We're still looking, I think, at several months," Blinken stated.

[Washington Digest]


Morning Update:

Trudeau unveils significant cabinet shuffle with several new ministers brought on board:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today dropped seven ministers and changed nearly three-quarters of his cabinet, overhauling his team at a time of heightened tensions overseas and scandals at home.

Trudeau unveiled a new cabinet team meant to have a renewed focus on economic priorities, such as housing, during a ceremony at Rideau Hall Wednesday morning. The shuffle promotes seven new faces and tasks more than a dozen ministers with new roles, including a new minister of defence and public safety.

Reporters asked the prime minister repeatedly whether the shakeup amounts to an admission that his nearly eight-year-old government is slumping.

"On the contrary," he responded.

Recent polling indicates the Liberals are trailing the Conservatives. Opposition parties have criticized how the government has addressed the cost of living crisis.

WATCH | Trudeau says his new cabinet will 'step up' on critical issues.

"This is a difficult time right now for millions of people in Canada and around the world, and making sure that we have the best possible team aligned to respond to Canadians' challenges with the supports necessary, but also show that optimism, that ambition for getting us through these consequential times and building a brighter future for everyone —that's what we're focused on," Trudeau said.

Amid those global challenges, Toronto-area MP Bill Blair takes over the defence portfolio from Anita Anand, who becomes president of the Treasury Board.

Blair, a former police chief who was most recently the minister of emergency preparedness, becomes the country's point person at NATO and will be responsible for Canada's response to the war in Ukraine.

The Canadian Armed Forces is also reeling from a sexual misconduct scandal; Blair is now responsible for overseeing the military's attempt to change its culture.

New Brunswick's Dominic LeBlanc will now lead public safety, an often-challenging portfolio that includes the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the RCMP. He also takes on the democratic institutions file and will continue to serve as intergovernmental affairs minister.

LeBlanc, who represents Beauséjour, will play a key role in determining how the government responds to allegations that China interfered in the past two federal elections, and to the damning report on the Mounties' handling of the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia. He'll also have to stickhandle negotiations with the provinces about the future of RCMP contract policing.

His predecessor, Marco Mendicino, was dropped from cabinet. His demotion ends a tenure at the cabinet table plagued by multiple controversies, including the government's poorly received gun control legislation and lingering questions on the foreign interference file.

More recently, Mendicino was under intense pressure due to the controversy over the transfer of serial killer Paul Bernardo to a medium-security prison.

Along with the new names heading up security and intelligence-related portfolios, the Prime Minister's Office announced Wednesday it will follow the example of its Five Eye allies and set up a cabinet committee on national security and intelligence. The lack of one has been cited by the national security community as an oversight in light of recent controversies.

A PMO spokesperson called the new National Security Council a "forum for ministers to deliberate on and address issues of pressing concern to Canada's domestic and international security."

7 fresh faces called up

Seven new MPs received a promotion to cabinet:

  • · Toronto MP Arif Virani, who represents Parkdale—High Park, becomes minister of justice and attorney general of Canada

  • · Quebec MP Soraya Martinez Ferrada, who represents the riding of Hochelaga, becomes the minister of tourism and minister responsible for the Economic Development Agency of Canada for Quebec Regions.

  • · Gary Anandasangaree, who represents Scarborough—Rouge Park, becomes minister of Crown-Indigenous relations

  • · B.C. MP Terry Beech of Burnaby North—Seymour becomes minister of citizens' services

  • · Toronto-area MP Ya'ara Saks, who represents York Centre, becomes minister of mental health and addictions and associate minister of health

  • · Ottawa-area MP Jenna Sudds, who represents, Kanata—Carleton, becomes minister of families, children and social development

  • · Mississauga—Streetsville MP Rechie Valdez becomes minister of small business

Multiple ministers changing responsibilities

Wednesday's shuffle also saw several current ministers change positions or add to their portfolios:

  • · Pablo Rodriguez becomes transport minister

  • · Pascale St-Onge becomes minister of Canadian heritage

  • · Mark Holland becomes minister of health

  • · Sean Fraser becomes minister of housing, infrastructure and communities

  • · Lawrence MacAulay becomes minister of agriculture

  • · Jean-Yves Duclos becomes minister of public services and procurement

  • · Marie-Claude Bibeau becomes minister of national revenue

  • · Gudie Hutchings remains minister of rural economic development but now takes on responsibility for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

  • · Diane Lebouthillier becomes minister of fisheries, oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard

  • · Harjit Sajjan becomes president of the King's Privy Council and minister of emergency preparedness, and keeps his role as minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada

  • · Carla Qualtrough becomes minister of sport and physical activity

  • · Karina Gould becomes government House leader

  • · Ahmed Hussen becomes minister of international development

  • · Seamus O'Regan stays on as minister of labour and adds the seniors portfolio

  • · Ginette Petitpas Taylor becomes minister of veterans affairs

  • · Mary Ng remains minister of export promotion, international trade and economic development but drops small business from her files

  • · Jonathan Wilkinson stays put but his portfolio is being renamed "energy and natural resources"

  • · Marc Miller becomes minister of immigration, refugees and citizenship

  • · Randy Boissonnault becomes minister of employment workforce development and official languages

  • · Kamal Khera becomes minister of diversity, inclusion and persons with disabilities.

Freeland, Joly staying put

Just eight ministers kept their portfolios:

  • · Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland

  • · Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly

  • · Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault

  • · Innovation, Science and Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne

  • · Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu, also minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Northern Ontario

  • · Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario Filomena Tassi

  • · Northern Affairs Minister Dan Vandal, also minister responsible for Prairies Economic Development Canada and the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency

  • · Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth Marci Ien

  • Gould recently announced she is expecting her second child in the new year. Trudeau announced Wednesday that Government Whip Steve MacKinnon will serve as House leader in her absence and Ruby Sahota will fill in as whip.

The cabinet is now made up of 19 women and 20 men, including the prime minister himself.

Four of the seven ministers who were dropped announced earlier this week that they would not be running again:

  • · Former public services and procurement minister Helena Jaczek

  • · Former transport minister Omar Alghabra

  • · Former mental health and addictions minister Carolyn Bennett

  • · Former fisheries minister Joyce Murray

Trudeau did not answer when reporters asked why Mendicino, former justice minister David Lametti and former president of the Treasury Board Mona Fortier were axed.

The prime minister said he was putting forward "the strongest possible team with fresh energy and a range of skills."

"I want to thank everyone who has served this country and this cabinet so well over the past number of years," he said.

Lametti released a statement Wednesday congratulating his former parliamentary secretary Virani and saying he was proud of what he accomplished in the role.

"Confidence in our justice system is central to the rule of law. One way of building that confidence is by reaching out to communities who feel alienated from our justice system: Indigenous people, black and racialized communities," he wrote.

"This was an important priority for me."

In his own media statement, Mendicino said it was an honour to serve as public safety minister and thanked members of the national security and law enforcement communities.

"Thank you for putting yourselves in harm's way to protect Canadians every single day. We do not say this nearly enough," he wrote.

"To my cabinet and caucus colleagues, it remains a privilege to work with you. The seating arrangements may move around in the House or Commons from time to time, but we are family and committed to the same cause."

Fortier tweeted that it was a privilege to serve in cabinet.

WATCH | Poilievre says cabinet shuffle amounts to PM admitting 'he broke the economy'

The cabinet reset did little to impress Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre.

"After eight years of Trudeau, everything costs more," he told a news conference in Timmins, Ont.

"His government is a failure. It's funny, though — the one minister responsible for those failures didn't get moved. And that minister is Justin Trudeau."

Singh still plans on backing Liberals.

This new cabinet is believed to be the team Trudeau will take into the next election.

The Liberal minority government is being propped up by the NDP through a confidence-and-supply agreement that's set to last until 2025, but either party could trigger an election earlier.

As part of that deal, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has agreed to support the government on key House of Commons votes in exchange for the government championing some of his priorities, like dental care.

Following Wednesday's shuffle, Singh called the government a failure on key files like housing affordability but didn't suggest he was willing to pull his support.

"Our priority isn't triggering an election. It's forcing the government to work for people," said Singh.

"We are focused on getting results for people, not focused on forcing an election."

Changes to Trudeau's front bench

New to cabinet Remains minister with new role No longer in cabinet

Hunter Biden’s Bargain Plea

The New York Post reports that Mr. Archer will testify that there were at least 24 such conversations. The more we know, the harder it is to believe Joe Biden’s assertion that he

never discussed business with Hunter.

It’s rare for a judge to rip up a plea arrangement. But it is well within Judge Noreika’s discretion to do so. The issue now goes well beyond what Hunter Biden did, or even his father’s involvement.

It’s whether the two powerful institutions that handled this investigation and came up with this sweetheart deal—the FBI and the Justice Department— can be trusted. [Don Hill]

Urgent Message From 1,500 Scientists and Professionals:


Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific. In particular, scientists should emphasize that their modeling output is not the result of magic: Computer Models are Human Made.


FBI caught ‘red-handed’ illegallyspying on U.S Senator:

Every day Americans learn about more FBI corruption. It’s caused the FBI to lose all credibility and trust.

Because now the FBI has been caught red-handed illegally spying on a U.S. Senator.

A freshly declassified court filing reveals that the FBI improperly searched the Section 702 database, a warrantless-surveillance tool, for information on a senator from the United States, a state senator, and a state judge.

According to the judgment given by Judge Rudolph Contreras of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, “in June 2022, an analyst conducted four queries of Section 702 information using the last names of a U.S. Senator and a state senator, without further limitation.”

“The analyst had information that a specific foreign intelligence service was targeting those legislators,” but “the Justice Department’s National Security Division determined that the querying standard was not satisfied.”

The intelligence community has extensive surveillance authority under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Security Act, which can be used to conduct warrantless surveillance of American citizens if they are in touch with foreign targets. The Biden administration is pushing the legislative branch to reauthorize the program, but more and more lawmakers have said they won’t do so unless changes are made.

In an effort to curb abuse of the querying system, the FBI has recently made adjustments. These include setting the default search parameters to exclude the Section 702 database and obtaining supervisory clearance for all Section 702 inquiries.

The decision was made in April of this year, and it was renewed for another year by Contreras. He repeated the same action in April of 2022. According to the most recent order by Contreras, “there is reason to believe that the FBI has been doing a better job in applying the querying standard” ever since the alterations were implemented. However, not all instances of improper database use have been eliminated.

“On October 25, 2022, a Staff Operations Specialist ran a query using the Social Security number of a state judge who had complained to the FBI about alleged civil rights violations perpetrated by a municipal chief of police,” the document reads.

In addition, “on May 9 and 10, 2022, an FBI Staff Operations Specialist ran four queries concerning a U.S. academic without obtaining Deputy Director approval.” Despite initially failing to receive approval from a top FBI official, these four searches were ultimately determined to be up to par.

Many more violations were brought to Contreras’ attention when he approved the program in April of last year. There were 278,000 illegal searches undertaken by the FBI, including 19,000 funders to a congressional candidate, victims of crimes, protesters from the summer of turmoil in 2020, and individuals suspected of being involved in the January 6 attacks.

FBI Director Christopher Wray said in a statement about the newly declassified order that “compliance is an ongoing endeavor.”

Wray reaffirmed the department’s dedication to balancing the protection of civil liberties with the preservation of “civil rights and liberties” in its use of Section 702 authorities.

The ACLU’s National Security Project Deputy Director Patrick Toomey, however, told the Associated Press that “long past time for Congress to step in.”

“As Congress debates reauthorizing Section 702, these opinions show why that can’t happen without fundamental reforms,” Toomey said.

Mind you, the ACLU is a raging, Leftist organization that will do everything it can to defend sitting Democrats in office, like the Biden administration.

So. the ACLU calling out the FBI for its illegal spying really tells you something about how bad it is at the FBI.

Furthermore, how is Christopher Wray allowed to get away with just calling compliance an “ongoing endeavor”?

Compliance shouldn’t be an “goal” to be reached. This is the security of private information of Americans for crying out loud. Compliance should be a necessity when dealing with this sensitive intel, period.

[DC Dailey Journal]

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Don't tell our Finance Minister:

Toyota president Akio Toyoda, grandson of the company’s founder, recently expressed a view seldom heard from auto executives these days. He said he was standing up for a “ silent majority (in the auto industry that) is wondering whether EVs are really OK to have as a single option (for car buyers).” [Patrick Bestall]

Fake News about Global Heat Wave:

I have been BLOCKED from this WebSite… [Don] [Patrick Bestall]

Handmaid's Tale WAS about Islam.

I knew it! The TV series repurposed the book which was written to expose what happened in Iran. Instead of being a warning against radical Islam, on TV it became a caricature of Trump supporters turned into hateful Christians.

Critical views on Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale delight in comparing the fictional diary of Offred with famous American slave diaries, or in analyzing the similarities between the Republic of Gilead and the Puritans. But what one doesn't often see is a comparison between Gilead and Khomeini's Iran, a relationship that Atwood herself alludes to in her "Historical Notes" chapter (380).

[Patrick Bestall]

War-Room Daily Brief:

Mayorkas Doing the Bidding of the Cartels; US Complaisant in Largest Human Trafficking Operation:

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TONIGHT'S EVENT, Sound of Freedom screening will be held for US Congress today. Let's see how many Democrats show up to watch!

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3. Watch Mayorkas Doing The Bidding Of The Cartels; US Complaisant In Largest Human Trafficking Operation

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[Patrick Bestall]

You never could "trust the science":

Before the Covid 19 scare and controversy over medical research, there was already evidence that most published research findings were false.

When the virus and vax controversies erupted, medical fakery increased.

How bad is the false-positive problem in scientific research? As I earlier reported, a 2015 editorial in The Lancet observed that "much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue." A 2015 British Academy of Medical Sciences report suggested that the false discovery rate in some areas of biomedicine could be as high as 69 percent. In an email exchange with me, Ioannidis estimated that the non-replication rates in biomedical observational and preclinical studies could be as high as 90 percent

For endless reports on scientific fakery just search for "faked research" and you'll find pages of reports.

Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors:

This is just ‘Informational’ and YOU

must make up YOUR OWN MIND!


General Summary

The Real News for Wed. 26 July 2023:

  • · X22 Report Ep. 3124a & b – How Do You Legally Inject Evidence, Trial Of The Century, Trump Card Coming, The Lion:

  • · Tues. 25 July Putin Bans Gender Changes as Kennedy Fires Biden Kill Shot, Sorcha:

  • · Confidential Info on Telegram: Can the government spy on us? Yes, the government can use your phone, your computer and potentially even your television to spy on what you are doing inside your own home. The whole idea of creating “Smart” cities will literally be one giant surveillance grid powered by the 5G technology.

  • · In 1991 in a closed door meeting with his fellow allies, David Rockefeller congratulated the Main Stream Media including the New York Times, Washington Post and Time Magazine for attending their meetings and supporting their New World Order Agenda for over 40 years.

  • · Congress and Media Pride About Their Censorship:

  • · D Day 6th of June at 6am (666) 1944, more than 150,000 Allied troops landed on the shores of Normandy in Nazi-occupied France. Was it a ritual sacrifice? People that plan these events know exactly the esoteric meaning behind them, and they were planned much in advance.

  • · It’s not just the World Economic Forum that is trying to implement an artificial sun. NASA has patented it. Here is the evidence.

  • · White Hats Destroy Pfizer Facility In NC Using HAARP, Quantum Healing Is Here, Details On The QFS, Will Barney:

  • · Tues. 25 July 2023 Rice Rationing Begins in America, Mike Adams:

  • · 250K Telecom Workers sickened by 5G Towers per year according to insurance companies.

  • · Vatican Removed 14 Books From Bible: The Vatican Removed 14 Books From The Bible With No Real Explanation – American Media Group (

  • · Cancer Cure: Cancer Cells Die In 42 Days! This Famous Austrian’s Juice Cured Over 45k People From Cancer & Other Incurable Diseases! (Recipe-Video) – American Media Group (

  • · General Berger: General David H. Berger, Ret., Heads to Mar-a-Lago | Real Raw News

  • · Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy on Telegram: “Former military and police personnel created a militia group called the Oath Keepers and they actually were prepared to fight the government. When the government took one man’s cattle all of these people got armed and got the cattle back. I think this is a great thing and if some movement started again like this it would make me very happy.”

  • · Tens of millions of Americans could be thrown into a summer of hell as a megadrought, heat waves, and reduced power generation could trigger widespread rolling electricity blackouts from the Great Lakes to the West Coast, according to Bloomberg, citing a new report from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), a regulatory body that manages grid stability.

  • · There was a CIA report of Hitler being transported to Argentina dated June 20, 1945.

  • · BlackRock Recruiter Who “Decides People’s Fate” Spills Info on Company’s World Impact: “It’s not who the president is- it’s who’s controlling the wallet of the president. You got $10K? You can buy a senator. War is real f***ing good for business”.

  • · There is film footage of people starting deliberate fires so the media can report it as climate change. Greece and many other countries are having disgusting terrorism enforced on them by state assets while the gullible among us lap up the lies.


1- Victoria's Secret has declared bankruptcy

2- Zara closed 1,200 stores

3- La Chapelle withdrew 4391 stores

4- Chanel is no longer manufactured

5- Hermes will no longer be continued

6- Patek Philippe has stopped production

7- Rolex stopped production at 2:25 AM Jul 24, 2023.

8– The luxury industry of the world has collapsed.

9 - Nike has a total of $23 billion to prepare for the second phase of layoffs.

10– Gold's gym filed for bankruptcy.

11 – The AirBnb founder said that 12 years of effort was wiped out in 6 weeks due to the pandemic.

12– Even Starbucks announced it would permanently close its 400 stores.

13– WeWork isn't in a good position either.

14- Nissan Motor Co. could close in the US.

15– The largest car rental company (Hertz) filed for bankruptcy. It also owns Thrifty and Dollar.

16– The largest trucking company (Comcar) filed for bankruptcy – it has 4000 trucks.

17- The oldest retail company (JC Penny) filed for bankruptcy - to be taken over by Amazon for pennies.

18 – The world's largest investor (Warren Buffet) has lost $50 billion in the last two months

19 - The world's largest investment firm (BlackRock) is signaling disaster for the global economy - over $7 trillion under management.

20 – The largest mall in America (Mall of America) has stopped making mortgage payments.

21- The most prestigious airline (Emirates) laid off 30% of their workers.

22 – The US Treasury is printing trillions to keep the economy afloat.

23– Estimated number of retail stores to close in 2023 – 12,000 to 15,000.

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