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Dogs and their owners: Biden dogs accused of dozens of additional attacks at White House

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© Official White House Photo by Adam SchultzBiden and Commander, one of the dogs who have bitten Secret Service agents.
We have been writing about the alarming record of the Biden dogs attacking staff and Secret Service agents through the years. At first, the story was a humorous distraction as some of us wondered if the First Family had a vicious dog. It then became more alarming as each of the dogs were found to be attacking staff and had to be eventually removed. Even more worrisome was the response of the White House and President Joe Biden, who dismissed a Secret Service agent's account and brushed off the incidents. Now, a report indicates that Commander is responsible for at least 24 attacks. The record shows not only a lack of concern by the Bidens for staff, but a bizarre litany of vicious German Shepherds in their care.

We began our discussion of these incidents with Major, who continued to attack staff until the press finally reported on the complaints from staff. Only when it became a public embarrassment did the Bidens send Major to Delaware. Major was adopted in November 2018 from an animal shelter.

Then, after the coverage died down, the Bidens simply brought Major back to the chagrin of the Secret Service. He then proceeded to continue to bite agents and staff.

Comment: It's said that a dog's temperament and behavior is a reflection of its owner's.


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The dark and the light

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"'The rule of law is under threat!' the Regime shrieks, as it throws its political foes into the gulag
— Benjamin Weingarten
The florid carbuncle of Woke-Maoist lawfare weeps its vile effluvium across the social landscape, poisoning whatever it touches, and nothing in the armory of reason, principle, or good faith avails to heal it. Sickness rages through the body politic. You have lost faith in all the doctors, and they have lost faith in themselves. The fever intensifies. The crisis is upon us. Which way will fate turn us? Toward death or recovery?

The poison killing our country is pervasive untruth. Every institution we have relied on to run the public interest has become a factory churning out lies, evasions, and misdirection — not unlike the way mRNA "vaccines" turned the cells in your bodies into tiny generators of spike proteins destroying your organs. Likewise, half the population, apparently, thinks this is a good thing, that we need more lawfare — the perversion of law by attorney perverts — and that we need ever more lies, evasions, and misdirection (just as the degenerates who run Harvard declare their student body needs more mRNA boosters to remain in school).

Since the doctors have all failed — miserably and dishonorably — America needs an exorcism. The poisons in our system are actual persons carrying out their programmed assignments, just as the spike proteins in the bodies of millions act as individual agents of destruction in your body. What possible invocation can drive out the likes of Mayorkas, Christopher Wray, Avril Haynes, William Burns, Merrick Garland, Lisa Monaco, Marc Elias, Norm Eisen, Jack Smith, Jake Sullivan, Marc Zuckerberg, Mandy Cohen, Rachel Maddow, Daniel Sachs Goldman, Jamie Raskin, Mitch McConnell, Charles "Chuck" Schumer, "Joe Biden" (the remnant of a person, after all), and a thousand others in high places behaving in a way indistinguishable from demons?

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Best of the Web: China tells ICJ Palestinians have 'inalienable right to use armed force' against Israeli occupation

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FILE PHOTO: Chinese ambassador to the UN, Zhang Jun Beijing’s UN ambassador has blasted arbitrary seizures of countries’ assets
China has backed the right of the Palestinian people to use armed force to combat Israel's occupation of their land, calling it an "an inalienable right well founded in international law".

The comments on Thursday were made by the Chinese ambassador to the UN, Zhang Jun, during the fourth day of public hearings held by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands.

Representatives of 52 countries are addressing the ICJ on Israel's decades-long occupation of Palestinian land.

Beijing's envoy said there were "various people (who) freed themselves from colonial rule" and they could use "all available means, including armed struggle".

Comment: It seems that the multipolar world are, increasingly, calling out the warmongers and genociders for who they are. And one wonders whether they'll, ultimately, follow up these statements with effective responses, considering that, increasingly, they are the drivers of the global economy:


Bad Guys

West has doubled military presence on Belarus, Russia borders since 2020

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© Sputnik / Viktor TolochkoServicemen are pictured during the joint military drills between Belarus and Russia at the Obuz-Lesnovsky training ground, in Belarus.
The West has increased the number of personnel and tanks on the borders with Russia and Belarus by 50% to 100% in the past four years, Belarusian Defense Minister Viktor Khrenin said on Thursday.

"Look [on the map]: here is 2020 and here is 2024. I will not voice the figures, but you can see the changes in personnel alone. There is a 1.5 to 2 times growth. Even in terms of tanks: there were 69, now there are 129.... These groupings are not static, we also see them very well," Khrenin said in an interview with the Rossiya 24 broadcaster.

He cited the Pabrade military range in Lithuania, located 15 km (9.3 miles) from the border with Belarus, as an example. Khrenin said that the US promised to form the battalion temporarily, but it is still there.

Comment: Meanwhile the West has convinced a great many people that it is Russia that's preparing to storm through Europe: Korybko: Russia's Avdeevka win will reverberate across Europe and accelerate geostrategic shifts


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US militarizes space while accusing Russia of doing so

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Recently, the U.S. began spreading rumors about alleged Russian space-based nuclear weapons. According to American intelligence, Moscow is developing a powerful anti-satellite weapon to be deployed in space, thus violating international norms that prohibit the militarization of Earth's orbit.

Mike Turner, head of the House Intelligence Committee, formally asked for the declassification of documents concerning the investigation on the "space-nukes", stating that a deliberation on the case in the National Congress is necessary. According to Turner, American parliamentarians need to discuss this serious "threat" to U.S. national security, having therefore the requirement to fully release data obtained by intelligence on the subject.

Subsequently, the White House stated that there was no imminent threat to the country's national security according to the information obtained so far. Spokespersons confirmed they are monitoring the possible existence of a Russian nuclear space program, but denied the existence of any evidence of a high-risk threat at the moment. As a result, once again American officials made contradictory statements, discrediting the image of U.S. authorities.

Bandaid

Kiev's sponsors should hold 'discreet' talks with Moscow - Ukrainian ambassador

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Ukrainian ambassador to Brazil Andrey Melnik, who called chancellor Scholz for a liver sausage, when he was ambassador to Germany.
Kiev's foreign backers should contact Russia behind the scenes to find out its conditions for peace with Ukraine, former Ukrainian ambassador to Germany Andrey Melnik, who now represents the country in Brazil, has said.

In an interview with the German newspaper Tagesspiegel, Melnik was asked to comment on a poll which revealed that, given the failure of Ukraine's counteroffensive last year and gains by Russian forces in recent months, 64% of Germans now believe that Kiev has lost the conflict with Moscow.

The diplomat called the results of the survey "bitter" and acknowledged that "our partners have the right to say: 'okay, we tried, we helped, but now it doesn't work anymore.'" However, he insisted that Ukraine's defeat would "be a threat to Germany's security." According to Melnik, Berlin must now focus on what else it can do to help Kiev, including supplying "Taurus [missiles], fighter jets, more anti-aircraft defenses and ammunition."

The ambassador suggested that considering how things stand at the moment, "it would at least be wise if our allies could discreetly contact Moscow to find out whether there's real willingness to compromise. Under what conditions and guarantees, for example, would the Russians be ready to withdraw from the occupied territories."

"It's not about lazy compromises or restoring a false calm on the global stage, but about leaving no stone unturned," he said, adding that "conducting exploratory talks doesn't mean giving up one's interests."


Comment: These people while talking about compromise, still call for more weapons to fight Russia. It is delusional to think that Russia will take them seriously under such circumstances. It will be a matter of surrender and accepting the terms set by Russia.


Георгиевская ленточка

West is 'isolated' - Moscow

Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation at the United Nations.
© Michael M. Santiago/Getty ImagesDmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation at the United Nations.
'Tunnel-vision' and a lack of flexibility on Ukraine has alienated the region from the Global South, a Russian envoy to the UN has said.

Russia does not feel isolated in the international arena over its ongoing conflict in Ukraine thanks to the stance of the so-called Global South, Russia's deputy envoy to the UN has said.

Dmitry Polyansky made the remarks in a special interview with media outlet RTVI on Wednesday, when he talked about the role of the UN in the Ukraine conflict, among other issues.

It is rather the West that is facing global isolation due to its uncompromising position on Ukraine, Polyansky told the outlet. Out of the 193 UN member states, only around 75 support all anti-Russian initiatives, he explained.

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Trump's shortlist for vice president — some potential running mates are surprising

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© Associate PressFormer President Donald Trump pointing to the audience during a town hall in Greenville, SC on Feb. 20, 2024. 7
Former President Donald Trump gestures to the audience during his town hall in Greenville, SC, on Feb. 20, 2024.
Former President Donald Trump acknowledged Tuesday that at least five high-profile Republicans and one former Democrat are on his shortlist for potential running mates in the general election — including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and onetime Democratic presidential primary candidate Tulsi Gabbard.

The GOP presidential front-runner confirmed his shortlist after Fox News host Laura Ingraham rattled off a list of names at a town hall event in Greenville, SC, which she said audience members deemed good choices for him to tap for the vice presidency.

The names included Gabbard, DeSantis, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.), biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.

Star of David

Shameless new Israeli report alleging 'systematic and intentional rape' by Hamas relies on debunked Western media reports

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© CNNCNN punts Zionist propaganda like the good little mouthpiece it is.
The contents of the Israeli Association of Rape Crisis Center's paper alleging "systematic" Hamas rape derive largely from discredited second-hand testimonies and debunked media reports. Among its most heavily cited sources is a dubious NY Times article that triggered a staff revolt at the paper.

Western media outlets are hyping a new report by the Israeli government-affiliated "Association of Rape Crisis Centers" (ARCC) which maintains that Hamas combatants carried out a campaign of "systematic and intentional" rape on October 7.

"Israeli report finds evidence of 'systematic' rape and abuse during 7 October attack," a Guardian headline blared. "Report shows systematic rapes, murder of women in Israel on October 7," Germany's DPA screamed. Meanwhile, the Jerusalem Post shrieked, "Hamas terrorists forced families to watch loved ones get raped at gunpoint."

Warning

Monkey with a grenade: Why nukes in EU hands would be a nightmare

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Scared of being abandoned by the US under Trump, European officials are floating the idea of the bloc's own nuclear force...

With its farmers rebelling, its economy declining, and its traditional parties decaying, you'd think the European Union has enough to worry about at home. Yet its thoroughly detached elites love to think big. And what's bigger than nuclear weapons? That's how they have ended up falling for one of Donald Trump's typically blunt provocations. The former - and likely future - American president has warned that NATO members not spending enough on defense won't be able to count on US protection on his watch.

Eminently sensible - why do declining but still comparatively wealthy EU states keep behaving like defense beggars? - Trump's threat has triggered various predictable meltdowns. The White House archly tut-tutted about the "appalling and unhinged" rhetoric of a man who is not, unlike the current president Joe Biden, overseeing a genocide together with Israel. Go figure, as they say in the US. On the other hand, many Republicans have displayed demonstrative insouciance, if not outright agreement. And that is certain to reflect what many ordinary Americans think as well; that is, if they think about Europe at all.

And as if the Big Scary Orange Man hadn't done enough damage yet, next came the Pentagon, which (sort of) revealed that Russia - that famous gas station sending out its shovel-wielding soldiers to capture German washing machines - is building, if not a Death Star, then at least something equally sinister out there in space: Sputnik déjà vu all over again, as America's greatest philosopher might have said. All of that, of course, against a background of incessant NATO scaremongering, which, it seems, has succeeded in spooking NATO most of all.

Comment: Who has the red button this week?