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Standing up: Bombshell lawsuit alleges government covering up tens of thousands of injection-related deaths

Attorney Thomas Renz
Attorney Thomas Renz filed a lawsuit in federal court in Alabama on July 19 that alleges a massive government cover-up of injection-related U.S. deaths that number "at least 45,000."

The suit, filed on behalf of America's Frontline Doctors in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, is based on a sworn statement by a government insider under federal whistleblower protection.

Speaking at the Re-awaken Tour event held July 17-18 in Anaheim, California, Renz made the bombshell announcement he says is based on a whistleblower with access to government computers and can prove that "at least 45,000" Americans have already been killed by the three COVID-19 vaccines authorized for emergency use by the FDA.

Watch video below of Renz's 11-minute speech at the Re-awaken Tour Conference:


These numbers are very close to what Dr. Peter McCullough reported in a video posted June 20 by LeoHohmann.com, Behind the Vaccine Veil: Doctor cites 'whistleblowers' inside CDC who claim injections have already killed 50,000 Americans.

"This is brand new announcement. I'm filing papers in federal court today," Renz said at the Re-awaken conference.

Comment: See also: Standing up: 1,000 lawyers and 10,000 doctors have filed a lawsuit for violations of the Nuremberg Code

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Global shipping crisis far worse than imagined

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Over the past decades world ocean trade has expanded almost exponentially as major manufacturing outsourcing from USA and European corporations has blossomed under the advent of economic globalization. The result has been that Asia, most especially China, has become the essential manufacturing source for everything from iPhones to antibiotics and everything in-between. The creation of the World Trade Organization to impose new rules on the trade has been a key driver. It has also made global supply chains for delivering goods more fragile than ever in history. The rise in cost of ocean container shipping indicates the growing crisis. Compounding the growing crisis are enormous labor shortages owing to global COVID measures.

Origins of the Crisis

According to German-based Statista Research Department, some 80 percent of all goods globally are carried by sea including oil, coal, grains. Of that total, in terms of value, global maritime container trade accounts for some 60 percent of all seaborne trade, valued at around 14 trillion US dollars in 2019. This ocean shipping has become the arteries of the world economy for better or worse.

This is a direct consequence of the 1990's creation of the WTO with new rules favoring out-sourcing of manufacture to countries where production was far cheaper, that is as long as ocean transport was cheap. After China became a WTO member in 2001, they became the greatest beneficiary of the new rules and within a decade China was called the "workshop of the world." Entire industries such as electronics, pharmaceuticals, textiles, chemicals as well as plastics were transferred to China with then the world's lowest wages, for factory assembly. It worked because the cost of shipping to Western markets was comparatively low.

Comment: Another good summation of the supply chain and shipping crisis that is now occurring world-wide (just ignore the Covid-fear):

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'Banning Navalny's website is unacceptable & officials are abusing power against opposition figures' - Senior Russian Communist

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Alexei Navalny.
A senior figure in Russia's Communist Party has slammed a decision by the country's media watchdog Roskomnadzor to block the official website of opposition figure Alexey Navalny, accusing the authorities of abusing their power.

Speaking to radio station Ekho Moskvy, Alexander Yushchenko, the spokesman for Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov, expressed his belief that it should not be possible to block a politician's website unless it contains extremist information.

Comment: To be fair to Russia, Navalny's organisation was actively encouraging children to illegally protest: "Just like in Ukraine and Belarus": TikTok condemned by Russian parents association over calls for youth to attend Navalny protests

"I am not in favor of closing, banning, or blocking these resources," Yushchenko explained. "In my opinion, it is absolutely unacceptable. Just like it is unacceptable to remove candidates from elections."


Tunisian president ousts government, warns opponents that 'army will respond with bullets' if they try to unleash street violence

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Supporters of Tunisia's President Kais Saied gather on the streets as they celebrate after he dismissed the government and froze parliament, in Tunis, Tunisia, July 25, 2021
Tunisia's president dismissed the government and froze parliament amid unrest over the "dysfunctional" political system and crumbling healthcare. His opponents decried the move as a "coup" and called for street protests.

Following an emergency meeting at his palace on Sunday night, President Kais Saied announced his decision to sack Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and suspend the parliament. In a televised address, he promised to consolidate power and "save" the country with the help of a new prime minister.
"We have taken these decisions... until social peace returns to Tunisia and until we save the state."
Hundreds of people who had rallied against the government earlier in the day celebrated the drastic move in the streets, cheering, honking, and singing, as military vehicles surrounded the parliament building and state TV.

Comment: Drastic times call for drastic measures...or do they? Pattern recognition offers an opening to higher resolution and more intelligent choices. If not explored, we have learned nothing and are doomed to repeat.
"I warn any who think of resorting to weapons... and whoever shoots a bullet, the armed forces will respond with bullets."


Major health groups call for COVID-19 vaccine mandates for 17M health care workers

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A staff member at St. Barnabas Hospital, New York, NY.
Health care professionals from over 50 organizations representing millions of workers called for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations among all health care and long-term care employees Monday as infections climb nationwide due to the highly transmissible delta variant.

Unvaccinated health care workers put vulnerable patients at risk of infection, like unvaccinated kids, older adults and those with weakened immune systems, the joint statement reads, citing already required vaccinations for the flu, hepatitis B and pertussis.


Unvaccinated students will not be able to attend lectures under government plans

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New rules for students
"Like something out of Huxley's Brave New World where people with vaccine passports will be engineered into social hierarchies"

The UK Government is considering banning students who have not been fully vaccinated with two shots from attending lectures in person, effectively denying them their education for not taking the vaccine, according to reports.

The London Times reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is reportedly "raging" at the fact that young people are not taking the vaccine en mass, is preparing to force students to get the shots in return for unfettered access to their lectures.

Students would also face compulsory vaccinations if they want to live in halls of residence, according to the report.

The Times report states that the Department for Education doesn't believe the plans are legal, however, because universities are independent of the government and offers they have made to students to study are legally binding.

Comment: The net is tightening its stranglehold on humanity to degrees no one would have thought possible except its creators.

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Israel bans entry of fuel for Gaza power plant

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The Karm Abu Salem (Kerem Shalom) crossing, which is the economic lifeline of Gaza, has now been closed for 33 days.
Israel on Sunday prevented the entry of fuel trucks allocated for Gaza's sole power plant via the Kerem Shalom crossing, the territory's main commercial trade route, Anadolu Agency reported quoting a Palestinian official.

"The [Israeli] occupation authorities barred the entry of 25 trucks loaded with fuel for the Gaza power plant," Rami Abu Elreish of Gaza's Ministry of Economy told Anadolu Agency.

He said Israeli authorities did not clarify the reason behind the move.

There was no comment from the Israeli authorities on the report.

Last month, Israel allowed the entry of fuel for Gaza's power plant after a suspension of 49 days following the 11-day military offensive on the Palestinian territory in May, in which 260 Palestinians were killed and thousands injured. Thirteen Israelis were also killed by Palestinian rocket fire from Gaza.
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Gaza Power Plant


Orwell would weep: Brits' desire to ban 'offensive' books shows they haven't learned the horrifying lessons of the past

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A shocking report reveals that 40% of British adults would support the state banning books deemed to contain sexist, homophobic, or racist content. This paints a worrying picture for the future of free speech in the UK.

According to research conducted by public opinion firm Redfield & Wilton Strategies, a plurality of adults in the UK would like to see the government censor books that are judged to contain content of a sexist, homophobic, or racist nature. The basis of this valuable piece of research, which has been largely ignored by the UK media, was the polling of 1,500 adults of all ages.

Unsurprisingly, young people are the most eager supporters of more censorship, while the older generations are more likely to be opposed. The report shows that 53% of 18 to 24-year-olds would support the government's banning of certain books, but this is down to 31% for 55 to 64-year-olds, with 28% of that category being "strongly opposed" to more censorship. Proof, I would argue, that wisdom does indeed come with age.

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Small victory: Canada's Pearson Airport reverses decision to separate arrivals by vaccination status

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Toronto's Pearson airport has scrapped having two customs lines based on vaccination status, at least for now.
Toronto Pearson Airport has reversed a decision made last week to separate arriving international passengers based on vaccination status.

On Saturday, Senior Advisor of Communications at Toronto Pearson Beverly MacDonald told CTV News Toronto that the airport was separating arrivals into vaccinated and unvaccinated queues prior to going through customs.

The airport said the decision was made to help streamline border clearance, as there are different entry requirements for vaccinated and non- or partially-vaccinated travellers.


PayPal will share info with ADL to 'research' funding to 'extremist' groups

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PayPal Holdings Inc is partnering with non-profit organisation the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to investigate how extremist and hate movements in the United States take advantage of financial platforms to fund their criminal activities.

The initiative will be led through ADL's Center on Extremism, and will focus on uncovering and disrupting the financial flows supporting white supremacist and anti-government organizations.

It will also look at networks spreading and profiting from antisemitism, Islamophobia, racism, anti-immigrant, anti-Black, anti-Hispanic and anti-Asian bigotry.

Comment: No surprise here. Paypal has long used its platform as a choke-point to weaken individuals and views it doesn't agree with.