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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Corrupted Church pushing climate initiatives global governance

Christian churches of England, Scotland and Wales signed onto the "Time is Now" declaration to preach to congregations that U.N climate agendas must be adhered to and followed.

Even going so far as pushing Climate Sundays, for the Earth to get one day of rest from human activity.

This looks like the Sunday Law in disguise, which is spoken about in Revelations.

Corporations, governments and churches all with the same global governance agenda.


Oops: Hot mic catches Israeli health minister admitting vaccine passports are about coercion

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Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz (right) speaks to Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked ahead of a cabinet meeting on September 12, 2021.
Officials unaware comments were being broadcast live on television.

Unaware that he was on a hot mic and being broadcast live on a TV station, Israeli health minister Nitzan Horowitz admitted that vaccine passports were primarily about coercing skeptical people to get the vaccine.

"Imposing "green pass" rules on certain venues is needed only to pressure members of the public to get vaccinated, and not for medical reasons, Israeli Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz said on Sunday, ahead of the weekly Cabinet meeting," reports Jewish News Syndicate.

Comment: Israel is beginning to pay the price of being in thrall to Big Pharma:

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'They are children of the same foul spirit': George W. Bush compares 9/11 terrorists to 'domestic extremist' threat at home

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George W. Bush speaks during an event commemorating 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 in Pennsylvania
Former President George W. Bush has used his speech on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to call out "violent extremists at home."

While visiting Shanksville, Pennsylvania on Saturday, Bush, who was president at the time of the deadly terrorist attacks, compared the foreign terrorists behind 9/11 to the supposed domestic extremists in the US today.

"We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come, not only across borders, but from violence that gathers within," the former president said.

Comment: The war of terror is coming home: And check out SOTT radio's:

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The Great Reset demands firing all unvaccinated employees

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Over the past year and a half, I've written many articles detailing the evidence supporting the claim that the COVID pandemic is a ruse to usher in a new system of global centralized governance by unelected leaders, the so-called Great Reset.

The recent release of the House Foreign Affairs Committee report1 entitled, "The Origins of COVID-19: An Investigation of the Wuhan Institute of Virology," presented solid evidence that many of the "conspiracy theories" about the virus were in fact true. For example, using some intelligence reports and other public documents, the committee found that:2
"... we now believe it's time to completely dismiss the wet market as the source of the outbreak. We also believe the preponderance of the evidence proves the virus did leak from the WIV and that it did so sometime before September 12, 2019."
They presented evidence of genetic modification and wrote this:3
"This report also lays out ample evidence that researchers at the WIV, in conjunction with U.S. scientists and funded by both the PRC [People's Republic of China] government and the U.S. government, were conducting gain of-function research on coronaviruses at the WIV ...
In many instances, the scientists were successful in creating 'chimeric viruses' — or viruses created from the pieces of other viruses — that could infect human immune systems.
With dangerous research like this conducted at safety levels similar to a dentist's office, a natural or genetically modified virus could have easily escaped the lab and infected the community."

Comment: Individuals aware of the dangerous vaccines - as well as the egregious lack of personal choice in the matter of mandated jabs - are now taking a principled stand against the authoritarians in charge of threatening their employment status. Unfortunately, and because of the the current slew of mandates, we can expect to see an even larger cut and breakdown in public and private services which will naturally be blamed on the "anti-vaxxers," or whatever. But where the responsibility should be held is towards the thoughtless, power-drunk, ignorant and greed-mad pathologicals who are helping this agenda along; the cure for Covid being far, far worse than the disease.

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"No lockdown today": Queensland records just five new Covid cases as Premier threatens return to lockdown restrictions

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Queensland narrowly missed entering a lockdown as health authorities are confident they have identified the source of the state's latest COVID cluster.
Queensland has recorded five new local COVID-19 cases overnight as Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk warns restrictions could be re-imposed very quickly if virus seeding has occurred in the community.

The Premier announced all five new cases were recorded in the same family - all household contacts of the young girl who tested positive on Friday.

Ms Palaszczuk said the state narrowly avoided a lockdown but health would continue to monitor the situation closely.

Comment: Meanwhile, over in Denmark, the government is due to drop all restrictions declaring that Covid-19 is no longer "a socially critical disease".

See also: JUST the FACTS: Coronavirus in Australia, by the Numbers

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Declassified FBI 9/11 memo 'puts to bed any doubts about Saudi complicity' says group of victims' families

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A 9/11 memorial to the victims of 9/11 in New York City.
The FBI has declassified a long-sought memo detailing its investigation into the support the 9/11 hijackers received. Families of the victims of the attacks believe it's enough to draw conclusions about Saudi involvement.

The document released on Saturday is from 2016, when the now-closed FBI investigation into Saudi links to the terror attacks was still active. Families of 9/11 victims have asked multiple administrations for its release, expecting it to provide proof implicating the Saudi government or Saudi officials. Riyadh denied any connection to the plot.

The heavily redacted 16-page document outlines ties between Saudi associates, some of the 9/11 hijackers and various people sympathetic to the Al-Qaeda cause. It didn't provide the smoking gun that some critics of the Saudi government hoped for, but offered more details about the connections.

One of the persons of interest in the investigation was Omar al-Bayoumi, whom the FBI long suspected to be a Saudi intelligence operative. Bayoumi provided support to Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, two of the hijackers, after they arrived in the US in January 2000.


How the pandemic is changing the norms of science

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Imperatives like skepticism and disinterestedness are being junked to fuel political warfare that has nothing in common with scientific methodology.

In the past I had often fervently wished that one day everyone would be passionate and excited about scientific research. I should have been more careful about what I had wished for. The crisis caused by the lethal COVID-19 pandemic and by the responses to the crisis have made billions of people worldwide acutely interested and overexcited about science. Decisions pronounced in the name of science have become arbitrators of life, death, and fundamental freedoms. Everything that mattered was affected by science, by scientists interpreting science, and by those who impose measures based on their interpretations of science in the context of political warfare.

One problem with this new mass engagement with science is that most people, including most people in the West, had never been seriously exposed to the fundamental norms of the scientific method. The Mertonian norms of communalism, universalism, disinterestedness, and organized skepticism have unfortunately never been mainstream in education, media, or even in science museums and TV documentaries on scientific topics.


Moscow summons US ambassador over 'meddling' in Russian elections, accuses Americans of being 'detached from reality' in reaction

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan
Moscow has "irrefutable evidence" of American tech giants breaking Russian law, the Russian Foreign Ministry said, on Friday, as it summoned the US Ambassador, John Sullivan, to tell him it won't tolerate election interference.

The ministry informed the diplomat that Moscow considers any interference in Russia's internal affairs to be "absolutely unacceptable." Officials added that they they had "irrefutable" evidence that the American tech corporations have broken Russian laws in the lead-up to the parliamentary elections scheduled for next week.

The US envoy spent around 20 minutes with his Russian counterparts following the summons and left the building without answering any questions from journalists. America's diplomatic mission later told RIA Novosti that the brief visit was supposedly aimed at discussing plans for "stable" relations with Russia under President Joe Biden.

The US interpretation of the developments was promptly criticized by the Russian Foreign Ministry. Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, said that meddling in the Russian elections was "the only reason" for the summons. She also expressed her hope that the US diplomats would relay the genuine information discussed to Washington, while also calling their statement on the issue "detached from reality."

Comment: Pressure mounts against Western tech giants to both desist and assist in Russia's election:
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Navalny App
In the run-up to the September 17-19 national legislative elections, Russia has purged the field of almost all genuine opposition politicians and implemented multiple legal amendments that critics say could facilitate fraud.

And the battle against dissent has also been raging online.

In recent months, Russia has ratcheted up its campaign to rein in Western tech giants, stopping short of blocking the platforms outright but issuing hefty fines against Google, Facebook, and Twitter and demanding that they remove content the government has deemed offensive, dangerous, or lewd.

On September 9, the state-run news agency RAPSI reported that the Moscow prosecutor's office had sent a letter to the chief operating officers of Apple and Google, Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai, with demands that their companies block a smartphone app run by the team of jailed opposition leader Aleksei Navalny.

According to RAPSI, the state views the app as technology funded from abroad and not by Russian taxpayers, and in turn as a violation of Russian electoral law. "This testifies to Apple's violation of Russian electoral law and illegal foreign meddling in the internal affairs of the country and its influence on the exercise of free will by Russian citizens." The app in question, which is simply called Navalny, is a key element in an electoral strategy that the Kremlin critic's aides call Smart Voting.

It's part of an effort by Russia to enforce complete compliance with restrictive Russian laws by major tech companies, including Western tech giants and Russian ones like Yandex, which reportedly also received the letter from the prosecutor.

In a parallel development on September 9, Interfax reported that Russia's communications watchdog, Roskomnadzor, demanded that Apple, Google, and U.S. telecommunications and software companies Cloudflare and Cisco work to enforce Russia's blockage of the Smart Voting website -- and limit users' ability to circumvent the tools the state uses to prevent access.


Fauci has no 'Firm Answer' on why Americans with natural immunity need COVID vaccine

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and President Biden's top doctor on the pandemic, made it clear Thursday evening that he did not have a good answer to the question that many have been asking in response to President Biden's new vaccine rules that he announced just hours before.

The new rules would require employers with 100 or more employees, federal workers, and health care staff to get vaccinated or possibly lose their jobs. This could apply to as many as 100 million Americans, and it is Biden's strongest bid yet to mandate vaccines, something he promised last December that he would not do.

The question to Fauci, asked by CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Anderson Cooper 360, was:
"So, as we talk about vaccine mandates, I get calls all the time, people say, I've already had COVID, I'm protected. And now the study says maybe even more protected than the vaccine alone. Should they also get the vaccine? How do you make the case to them?"
The study Gupta was referring to was an Israeli study that found that natural immunity for people who had already been infected by the COVID-19 virus gave better protection against the Delta variant than two doses of the Pfizer vaccine.

Fauci replied:
"You know, that's a really good point, Sanjay. I don't have a really firm answer for you on that."

Comment: Natural adaptability would likely occur again if presented with another variant. Vaccines do not adapt.


Iran agrees deal with UN on monitoring of nuclear programme

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Head of Iranian atomic energy association, Mohammed Eslami (L) with Rafael Grossi (M)
Iran has agreed to allow UN nuclear inspectors to install new memory cards into its cameras monitoring the country's controversial nuclear programme in a move that could keep the inspection process on life support, and even ease a path towards a lifting of US sanctions.

Rafael Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN's nuclear watchdog, struck the deal in Tehran on Sunday following two hours of talks and will report to the IAEA's board meeting on Monday.

His breakthrough makes it less likely European states and the US will table a motion of censure against Iran that would have been passed to the UN security council.

Grossi had been preparing to report to the IAEA that his ad hoc agreements to monitor the nuclear programme struck in February had in effect collapsed. Iran, now led by a new more hardline president, Ebrahim Raisi following elections in June, had been blocking a visit by Grossi, leaving European states little alternative from their perspective but to censure Iran.

The head of the Iranian atomic energy association, Mohammad Eslami, said he had held constructive talks with Grossi and as a result new memory cards would be installed. The existing cards showing Iranian activity at its main nuclear sites will be kept in Iran under what is described as a joint seal. It has also been agreed the cameras can be serviced. No further details were given in the joint statement apart from that the two sides had reached an agreement on how this was to be done.