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The conspiracy theorists were right - It IS a 'poison-death shot'

"I'll do one more mind experiment with you: If everyone on the planet were to get Covid and not get treated, the death-rate globally would be less than half a percent. I'm not advocating for that, because 35 million people would die. However, if we follow the advice of some of the global leaders- like Bill Gates who said last year said "7 billion people need to be vaccinated"- then the death-rate will be over 2 billion people! SO, WAKE UP! THIS IS WORLD WAR 3! We are seeing a level of malevolence that we haven't seen in the history of humanity!" Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, Author of The Zelenko "Early Treatment" Protocol that saved thousands of Covid-19 patients. ("Zelenko schools the Rabbinic Court", Rumble; start at 11:45 minutes)
Herd Cull!
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Did the regulators at the FDA know that all previous coronavirus vaccines had failed in animal trials and that the vaccinated animals became either severely ill or died?

Yes, they did.

Did they know that previous coronavirus vaccines had a tendency to "enhance the infection" and "make the disease worse"?


Did Dr Anthony Fauci know that coronavirus vaccines had repeatedly failed and increased the severity of the infection?

Yes, he did. (See here: Fauci on ADE)

Star of David

After IDF killed 40 Palestinians in 3 months, army chief tells snipers, 'This is not right, relax'

Ahmed Shamsa dead shot IDF occupation west bank
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Among the 40-plus Palestinians killed “easily” in three months in 2021 was 16-year-old Ahmed Shamsa, shot in the head during a protest in June 17 in the occupied West Bank village of Beita.
A pro-Israel group held a discussion three days ago that showcased its utter indifference to Palestinian lives. Israeli reporter Ohad Hemo told the Israel Policy Forum, an American Israel lobby organization, that after Israeli soldiers "easily" killed more than 40 Palestinians in the West Bank in two months, the army chief said, "This is not right,' and ordered snipers to "relax."

Susie Gelman, the chair of the Israel Policy Forum, had no response to the shocking report, but turned the discussion back to her "cause for concern" — Palestinian prisoners escaping an Israeli prison.


Maxime Bernier's People's Party of Canada holds rally outside CBC Toronto demanding it be defunded

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Maxime Bernier addressed a crowd of hundreds who gathered next to the CBC building at Simcoe Park to show their support.
Rebel News was on scene this afternoon as the People's Party of Canada hosted a campaign rally outside the CBC headquarters in downtown Toronto.

People's Party Leader Maxime Bernier addressed a crowd of hundreds who gathered next to the CBC building at Simcoe Park to show their support.

The rally was marketed as a "Defund the CBC" protest, in an effort to shine a light on the party's promise to cut government funding to the state broadcaster.

Comment: Maxime Bernier is making real waves in Canadian politics. Has Justin Trudeau met his match?


Why the US and UK shafted France for Australian nuclear submarines deal

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President Biden announced the nuclear submarine deal on Wednesday during a news conference with Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia, left, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain.
The United States and Australia went to extraordinary lengths to keep Paris in the dark as they secretly negotiated a plan to build nuclear submarines, scuttling France's largest defense contract and so enraging President Emmanuel Macron that on Friday he ordered the withdrawal of France's ambassadors to both nations.

Mr. Macron's decision was a stunning and unexpected escalation of the breach between Washington and Paris, on a day that the two countries had planned to celebrate an alliance that goes back to the defeat of Britain in the Revolutionary War.

Yet it was driven by France's realization that two of its closest allies have been negotiating secretly for months. According to interviews with American and British officials, the Biden administration had been in talks since soon after President Biden's inauguration about arming the Australian navy with a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines that could patrol areas of the South China Sea and beyond that Beijing is trying to dominate with its own military forces.

But one thing was standing in their way: a $60 billion agreement that called for Australia to buy a dozen far less sophisticated, and far noisier, conventionally-powered submarines from France.

Comment: With friends like these, who needs enemies?

Once again, the preeminence of Anglo-Saxon identity rises above all other considerations.

It's a Big Club, France (and Germany, and other 'Western' nations)... but YOU AINT IN IT!

See The Anglopshere by Srdjan Vucetic to understand why Australia has ALWAYS sided with the US/UK in geopolitics.

Light Sabers

Chinese planes enter Taiwan's air-defense zone just one day after Taipei announced extra $9bn to beef up its military

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Taipei has reported that 10 Chinese aircraft crossed into its air-defense zone, just one day after Taiwan pledged an extra $9 billion to beef up its military against Beijing.

On Friday, Taiwan's Ministry of Defense issued a statement confirming that 10 planes belonging to China's People's Liberation Army (PLA), including six J-16 and two J-11 fighters, alongside one anti-submarine and one reconnaissance aircraft, had entered the island's southwest air-defense zone.

Comment: See also: US, UK and Australia forge military alliance, intend to antagonize and contain China

Arrow Up

Wildly popular Maxime Bernier is taking the Canadian election by storm

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Canada is edging closer to its federal election on Monday, with Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party and Erin O'Toole's Conservative Party in a tight race for first place. But the once fringe People's Party of Canada has emerged as a potential spoiler, riding a wave of anti-lockdown and vaccine mandate sentiment.

In 2018, after a falling out with his party and amid a backlash over statements he made about immigration and multiculturalism, then member of Parliament Maxime Bernier quit the Conservatives and formed his own federal party.

Mr Bernier, a former Canadian foreign minister, is a populist with a libertarian bent who supporters have nicknamed "Mad Max". He has previously described his upstart party, the People's Party of Canada (PPC), as a coalition of people "disenchanted with traditional politicians".

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Eye 1

Italy to mandate ALL workers show 'green pass', failure to do so will result in suspension from work, fines for businesses

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School staff in Italy are already required to show a so-called "green pass"
Italy is to make it compulsory for all workers to have a Covid "green pass" - proof of vaccination, a negative test or recovery from the virus.

The measures are a first for Europe and some of the strictest in the world.

Comment: Italy may be 'the first' to enforce these restrictions but the threat is looming over citizens throughout the EU, however there are other countries, like Sweden and Denmark, which are in the process of dropping all restrictions.

Anyone without a pass will reportedly face suspension from work and may have their pay stopped after five days.

Comment: See also: And check out SOTT radio's: NewsReal: Covid-19/11


Biden adds measles to list of 'quarantinable' diseases after infections among Afghan refugees

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President Joe Biden on Friday signed an executive order adding measles to a list of communicable diseases that could require quarantine after several Afghan refugees were diagnosed with the highly contagious disease after arriving in the United States.

The action makes measles one of the diseases for which federal health authorities have the authority to issue quarantine orders requiring people who have been diagnosed with measles or exposed to it to self-isolate to protect public health, a White House official said in a statement.

"This action was taken at the request of public health officials, who cited the cases of measles among Afghans who recently arrived in the U.S. as well as several previous outbreaks of measles in recent years," the official added, speaking on condition of anonymity.

The statement did not give details on the nature or length of the quarantine.

Bad Guys

US, UK and Australia forge military alliance, intend to antagonize and contain China

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FILE PHOTO: US President Joe Biden walks to the podium before his remarks on a National Security Initiative virtually with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, inside the East Room at the White House in Washington, US
The US, UK and Australia are setting up a trilateral security partnership aimed at confronting China, which will include helping Australia to build nuclear-powered submarines.

The initiative, called Aukus, was announced jointly by US president Joe Biden and prime ministers Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison, joined virtually by videoconference. They presented it as the next critical step in an old alliance.

Morrison said teams from the three countries would draw up a joint plan over the coming 18 months for assembling the new Australian nuclear-powered submarine fleet, which will be built in Adelaide. The project will make Australia only the seventh country in the world to have submarines propelled by nuclear reactors.

Comment: RT reports that the UK defense minister claims that sidelining the French is not a 'bretrayal':
The agreement comes at the expense of Naval Group, whose 2016 deal with Australia will now be thrown out. It will be the first time the UK and US, both of which have operated nuclear submarines for decades, have shared nuclear technology for military purposes with Canberra.

"I understand France's disappointment on its industrial contract," but this is not a "betrayal," Wallace told the BBC, confirming that he had already spoken with his French counterparts. Naval Group's deal to build diesel-power vessels for Australia was reportedly worth $40 billion.

Wallace said the deal would be worth a considerable amount to the British economy, echoing PM Boris Johnson's talk of "levelling up" during his Wednesday night press conference with US President Joe Biden and Australian PM Scott Morrison.

"There will be a boost for the British defence industry in this collaboration because we have sub-systems that Australia doesn't have that we will be able to offer into that," Wallace told the BBC.

Indeed it will. The average citizen will not see any of the benefits.

On Thursday, French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly said the government will look to limit the financial damage to Naval Group following the contract's cancellation and refused to rule out seeking compensation from Australia."We are studying all avenues," Parly told French radio station RFI. The Naval Group contract had been personally backed by French President Emmanuel Macron, although it is understood that complications had arisen in the past few years.

Wallace told Sky News on Thursday that the pact was looking to safeguard against a number of threats, dismissing the notion that it was aimed solely at China. He explained that nuclear submarines were harder to detect and don't need to resurface.

He's probably telling the truth, because the West is actively antagonising Russia, too.

France mulling compensation claim

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FILE PHOTO of Naval Group workers
Hurel said that some 500 Naval Group employees were involved in the "Australia program," adding he did not believe they should foot the bill for the Australian decision, suggesting the cost lies firmly with Canberra.

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian didn't hold back, telling FranceInfo: "I am angry and bitter. This isn't done between allies." He added that it was "brutal, unilateral and unpredictable decision [which] reminds me a lot of what Mr [Donald] Trump used to do."

The UK, whose military industry stands to gain substantially from the new deal, claimed the move was not a "betrayal" of France, though defense secretary Ben Wallace said he understood why the French would be disappointed.
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Trump voices support for Saturday's pro-Capitol riots rally

Donald Trump
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Comment: What a disingenuous title. "Pro-Capitol riots"? Even if the editors can't accept that the January 6th incident at the Capitol wasn't a riot, surely they can see that Trump obviously doesn't think it was and therefore isn't "pro-riot".

Former President Trump on Thursday expressed solidarity with people facing prosecution in connection to the Capitol insurrection.

The statement was issued ahead of Saturday's rally to protest the treatment of Capitol rioters. Over 600 known federal defendants face charges related to the Jan. 6 insurrection.

Rioters committed over 1,000 assaults against police officers, according to prosecutors.

Comment: It seems the mainstream narrative about what happened on January 6th shows no sign of reaching common sense. There's nothing wrong with Trump supporting a rally in support of fair treatment for those who have been prosecuted for what more or less amounts to being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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