Month: December 2022

More Evidence that Twitter Was Run by the Deep State – Former CIA and FBI Employee Identified at the Top of the Censorship Activities

by Joe Hoft Another Deep State individual was outed in the recent Twitter revelations unveiled by Elon Musk.  Jeff Carlton has a resume showing he worked at both the FBI and CIA and then moved on to Twitter.  This is what we all expected – that Twitter was being led by the Deep State. We’ve […]

Texas Legislative Committee Subpoenas BlackRock Over ESG Investing

PJ Media BY STACEY LENNOX 8:31 PM ON DECEMBER 08, 2022 In August, the Texas Senate Committee on State Affairs requested documents from the financial firms BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard, and Institutional Shareholder Services. The State Affairs Committee is studying the investment practices of financial services firms and how those practices affect the state’s public pensions. It […]

Putin Says Russia May Add Nuclear First Strike to Strategy

Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) — Vladimir Putin said Russia may consider formally adding the possibility of a preventive nuclear first strike to disarm an opponent to its military doctrine, just days after warning that the risk of atomic war is rising. “We’re thinking about this,” the Russian president told reporters after a summit in Kyrgyzstan. “If […]

Dangerous Precedent: NZ court orders baby removed from “anti-vax” parents

by Kit Knightly A court in New Zealand has awarded temporary custody of a baby to medical professionals, after the parents insisted their child be given only unvaccinated blood transfusions during surgery. CNN reports: A critically-ill six-month-old baby will be placed under the temporary guardianship of New Zealand’s High Court after his parents refused to […]

ECB Official Says Energy-Intensive Crypto Should Be Banned

By Jack Schickler Dec 7, 2022 at 8:33 a.m. MST “It is difficult to see a justification for the existence of unbacked crypto assets in the financial landscape,” he added, saying they are too volatile and inefficient to use for regular payments.  The FTX debacle will likely send investors toward decentralized exchanges, he said – adding […]

Opinion: FTX’s Collapse Was a Crime, Not an Accident

By David Z. Morris Nov 30, 2022 at 12:15 p.m. MST Updated Dec 2, 2022 at 7:48 a.m. MST Sam Bankman-Fried is a con man and fraudster of historic proportions. But you might not learn that from the New York Times, CoinDesk’s Chief Insights Columnist David Z. Morris writes. In the weeks since Sam Bankman-Fried’s cryptocurrency empire […]

Military Deploy in Brazil – “Martial Law Coming Next Week”?

The Gateway Pundit By Richard Abelson Published December 3, 2022 at 7:30am Military vehicles have been spotted mobilizing in Brazil as President Bolsonaro met with military leaders at a ceremony to promote new generals in Brazilía Thursday. “Martial law is coming next week”, says Brazil observer Matt Tyrmand.  Elon Musk noted Twitter may have interfered with Brazilian […]

Newsbits On Ukraine – Swamp Trenches, Short Training, Out Of Ammo

MoA (Moon of Alabama) Realistic reports from the Ukrainian frontline are rare. Yesterday the British Express had this (@7:30, also here) from Bakhmut / Artemovsk in its Live coverage. One wonders how it has bypassed the censor: Inside Bakhmut frontline ‘littered with corpses’ and ‘colossal’ lossesThe Ukrainian commander of the Svoboda battalion, Petro Kuzyk, whose unit is one of […]

Nuclear strikes cannot be avoided – the logic of events in Ukraine leads to them anyway

NewsFront The topic of the use of nuclear weapons is again being actively discussed by experts. First, a meeting of the US-Russian Commission on the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) has been disrupted. Secondly, military analysts believe that December will be the month of active offensives by the parties to the conflict in Ukraine. If […]

US troops are combat ready on Russian border – Lithuanian commander

RT The US forces stationed in Lithuania have switched their stance from deterrence of Russia to combat readiness, Lithuanian Chief of Defense Lieutenant General Valdemaras Rupsys has said. The country shares a border with Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave on the Baltic Sea, as well as with Belarus and Latvia. “The main factor used to be deterrence, the demonstration […]

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