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Oxford school shooter texted mom about 'demons,' made molotov cocktails, prosecutors say

ethan crumbley oxford school shooter
© Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press
Ethan Crumbley, the teen accused in the Oxford High School shooting, waived his right to a probable cause hearing Friday, Jan. 7, 2022, in the 52-3 courtroom of Judge Carniak in Rochester Hills.
Oxford school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley repeatedly texted his mom about "demons" and "ghosts" in the house, videotaped himself torturing animals, made Molotov cocktails at home, drew a sketch of himself shooting up his school in a journal, and once texted a friend "it's time to shoot up a school JK," prosecutors disclosed in court Friday.

But the teen's parents failed to get their son any help, they said, because they ignored the red flags, didn't pay enough attention to him and instead fed into his unhealthy obsession with guns.

"They did not intervene. They did not schedule therapy," Assistant Oakland County Prosecutor Marc Keast said in court Friday. "Instead, they bought him what he desperately wanted, a 9mm Sig Sauer handgun."

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Brick Wall

Australia vows to 'push through' Omicron wave as infections cross 1 million

australia testing center queue
© REUTERS/Jaimi Joy
A woman in line at a coronavirus (COVID-19) testing centre steps out of her vehicle to look at the queue of traffic blocking a Western Sydney highway in Sydney, Australia, January 5, 2022.
Australia must "push through" the fast-moving Omicron outbreak, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, as infections surpassed 1 million, more than half in the past week alone, throwing a strain on hospitals and supply chains.

Although aggressive lockdowns and tough border controls kept a lid on infections earlier in the pandemic, Australia is now battling record infections in its effort to live with the virus after higher vaccination rates.

Comment: Wow. It's almost as if aggressive lockdowns and tough border controls aren't correlated with cases at all. Imagine that.

Growing hospital admissions have forced officials to restore curbs in some states, as businesses grapple with shortages of staff because of sickness or isolation requirements.

Comment: So despite some of the most totalitarian controls on the planet, Australia is failing to contain the 'deadly Omicrons.' And on top of this, they're suffering shortages entirely as a result of the self-imposed draconian restrictions. But will this stop other countries from following Australia's lead?

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Blue Pill

You know the global elites are triggered when the propaganda institutions collaborate to refute 'mass formation psychosis'

mass formation psychosis headline
Well, butter my buns and call me a biscuit... if this ain't the biggest revealing tell in years.

Apparently Big Tech and big propaganda media, Reuters and the Associated Press, have joined together to refute the concept of "Mass Formation Psychosis", and pushed their collective narrative into the narrative engineering system.

The Associated Press - SEE HERE and Reuters - SEE HERE, quickly rush to the "fact check" typeset to stop people from recognizing what is most likely the cause of their own psychosis. In a world where things are no longer shocking, this is, well, a little shocking, in a weird and seemingly Orwellian kind of way.

Comment: Is it irony that the very people who are suffering mass formation psychosis are vigorously claiming it doesn't exist? Or is it the Matrix desperately trying to keep the blue-pilled population from recognizing the spell they're under?

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Biden administration cuts Florida's weekly monoclonal shipment in half

Regeneron's COVID-19 monoclonal antibody
© Bernard Chantal/Shutterstock
A vial of Regeneron's COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment in a file photo.
The federal government slashed in half the number of doses of the monoclonal antibodies therapy shipped to Florida from 30,000 to 15,000 this week, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).

DeSantis said the 15,000 dozen received would be "immediately utilized to support new monoclonal antibody sites."

"But for the federal government's decision to restrict supply of monoclonal antibody treatment to Florida, my administration would have already opened additional monoclonal antibody treatment sites throughout the state," DeSantis said in a press release.

Comment: There is no excuse for this. DeSantis is right that the move is 'political', but it's also spiteful and heartless. They're playing with people's lives.

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Thousands rally against vaccination of children (VIDEOS)

Melbourne Covid-19 rally against vaccination
© AFP / William West
A rally against Covid-19 curbs and vaccination in Melbourne.
A huge crowd marched through Melbourne to protest the vaccination of 5 to 11-year-olds

Thousands of maskless demonstrators took to the streets of Melbourne on Saturday to decry the Australian government's decision to greenlight Covid-19 vaccines for children as young as five.

Despite the rainy weather, the 'Save Our Children' protest attracted a huge crowd in the central business district in the capital of the state of Victoria.

People arrived outside the heavily guarded Parliament House to express their outrage over the vaccination of children, which kicks off across Australia on Monday.

Comment: Unfortunately, Australia continues to be a perfect test playground for the elites for establishing a totalitarian police state, where the government will decide even the lives of your own children.

Let's see if people can unite and do something about that.

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Light Saber

Protest grows even bigger after Macron vows to 'piss off' the unvaxxed

Protests Paris France
© AP / Adrienne Surprenant
Protests against Covid-19 vaccine passes in Paris, France, Jan. 8, 2022.
At least 100,000 people took to the streets of France in protest against Covid-19 restrictions and mandates, after President Macron promised to make the lives of the unvaccinated increasingly hard until they accept the jab.

The huge crowds on Saturday were roughly four times larger than back on December 18, according to police estimates. The protesters opposed, among other things, a nearly implemented government plan to make proof of vaccination against Covid-19 mandatory to use public transport, eat at restaurants, and attend events.

France's National Assembly passed a bill this week which, if approved by the Senate, would introduce so-called 'vaccine passes' to replace the existing 'health passes'. Under the current rules, a negative PCR or antigen test gives access to a pass that is valid for 24 hours. A vaccine pass, however, would only be issued to those who have been fully vaccinated. People who were infected with Covid-19 would have to receive a booster shot three to four months after contracting the virus in order to get a vaccine pass, Health Minister Olivier Veran said. In the meantime, they could use their recovery certificates.

Comment: That "small minority" Macron is trying to "piss off" is not so small after all....

The demonstrators in Nantes sing "Macron on t'emmerde" (Macron piss off):

Huge demonstration in Toulon:

The Yellow vests demonstration in Paris is substantial too:

In Paris again "Les patriotes" have gathered more people than July 17 (historical record):

In Marseilles, a huge crowd despite the police preventing access to the demonstration:


Hating on Novak has become a national sport

Novak Djokovic
The whole country is hating on Novak Djokovic right now because he had the courage to do what most of us did not - stand up for himself.

Novak's principled stance has only served to highlight the fact that millions of Australians have allowed themselves to be abused for the past two years. And no one wants to admit that.

It is far easier to demonise a Serbian millionaire who took a stand than it is to agree that we have been bullied into submission by politicians and health bureaucrats.

How else to explain the unhinged reaction to the world Number One tennis player being allowed to defend his Australian Open title? And how else to understand the glee with which his subsequent visa rejection was greeted?

When news broke earlier this week that Novak was going to be allowed to play in Australia, a Victorian journalist tweeted: 'If we still have crowds at the Australian Open by the time it starts, it's the duty of every Australian to boo Novak relentlessly between sets. Shit is absolutely f***ed.'

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California Governor Gavin Newsom deploys National Guard to help with COVID-19 testing

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Governor Gavin Newsom announces California Natl. Guard to participate in COVID testing.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday said he activated the state's National Guard to help expand COVID-19 testing capacity amid a surge in cases fueled by the Omicron variant.

The guardsmen will assist with the increased demand for tests California has experienced over the last month, forcing it to expand hours at the 6,000 state-operated testing facilities, officials said. Newsom's office said 200 troops will be deployed across 50 sites around the Golden State, helping fill holes in staffing needs. This will allow sites to increase their capacity for walk-in appointments and will help with crowd control, the governor said. Currently, 90 percent of Californians live within a 30-minute drive of a site, where most have been able to get PCR test results within 48 hours.

More guardsmen will be deployed next week to assist in similar capacities, Newsom's office said.

Comment: To be 'Newsomed': When the effects of governors are more harmful than the variants.

Arrow Up

Watershed moment in NYC: New law allows noncitizens to vote

Mayor Eric Adams
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New York Mayor Eric Adams
More than 800,000 noncitizens and so-called "Dreamers" in New York City will have access to the ballot box — and could vote in municipal elections as early as next year — after Mayor Eric Adams allowed legislation approved by the City Council a month ago to automatically become law on Sunday. Opponents have vowed to challenge the new law.

Unless a judge halts its implementation, New York City is now the most populous city in the United States to grant voting rights to noncitizens. More than a dozen communities across the U.S. already allow noncitizens to cast ballots in local elections, including 11 towns in Maryland and two in Vermont.

The Board of Elections must now begin drawing an implementation plan by July, including voter registration rules and provisions that would create separate ballots for municipal races to prevent noncitizens from casting ballots in federal and state contests.

It's a watershed moment for a city where legally documented, voting-age noncitizens comprise nearly one in nine of the city's 7 million voting-age inhabitants. The movement to win voting rights for noncitizens prevailed after numerous setbacks.


Alleged Antifa member targeted Florida rally with a bomb; more explosives found at his house

Garrett James Smith
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The arrest of Garrett James Smith
A man in black bloc behaving suspiciously near a right-wing rally outside the Pinellas County Courthouse in Florida on Jan. 6 was apprehended by deputies after he tried fleeing on foot. Garrett James Smith, 22, was arrested and found carrying an active pipe bomb, Antifa propaganda and a written document on what to bring for his direct action. He had recently returned from Portland, Ore.

"He was running fast, he was running away from something," Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said at a press conference on Friday.
Bomb stuff
© Pinellas Co. Sheriff's Office
Bomb items found
Smith was purportedly targeting dozens of the attendees of a rally protesting the treatment of Jan. 6 suspects on the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Capitol riot.