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Best of the Web: Israeli tanks deliberately crush dozens of Palestinian civilians alive, some were families sleeping in tents

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The Israeli army's repeated killings of Palestinian civilians by deliberately running them over alive with military vehicles was vehemently denounced by Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor on Sunday, as was the widespread destruction of civilian property. These crimes are part of Israel's genocide against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, the rights group said, ongoing since 7 October 2023.

Euro-Med Monitor documented the Israeli army's killing of a Palestinian man who was deliberately run over in Gaza City's Al-Zaytoun neighbourhood on 29 February after he was arrested. The man was subjected to harsh interrogation by members of the Israeli army, who bound his hands with plastic zip-tie handcuffs before running him over with a military vehicle from the bottom to the top of his body.

Comment: Israel's crimes against the Palestinians has always been legion - with rampant organ harvesting and trafficking, rape and abuse of prisoners, endless terror raids and murder with impunity - but it seems that the nefarious infection that has possessed these perpetrators is worsening. Perhaps because, on some level, they know that their reckoning will come soon enough:


Beating back the woke? Disney grandchildren back Bob Iger in board seat fight with Nelson Peltz

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© Santiago Felipe/Getty ImagesAbigail Disney
One letter calls activist investor Peltz one of the "wolves in sheep's clothing" and also one of the "villains" in a Disney story.

The grandchildren of Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney are voicing their support for Bob Iger in his board seat battle against Nelson Peltz.

Two separate letters were sent to shareholders Thursday from each set of grandchildren, including Abigail Disney, who has been outspoken against recent Disney practices.

In the letter from grandchildren of Roy O. Disney, which is signed by Abigail and three others, the grandchildren outline the "magic" they experienced at the company throughout their childhoods, and say that Iger can continue that spirit at the company. Meanwhile, they call Peltz one of the "wolves in sheep's clothing" and also one of the "villains" in a Disney story.


Health Secretary urged to release data that 'may link Covid vaccine to excess deaths'

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© HEATHCLIFF O'MALLEY FOR THE TELEGRAPHVictoria Atkins, the Health Secretary, has been criticised over what the MPs and peers called a wall of silence.
MPs and peers criticise 'wall of silence' as Government blames waiting lists and pandemic backlog for increase.

MPs and peers have accused the Health Secretary of withholding data that could link the Covid vaccine to excess deaths, and criticised a "wall of silence" on the topic.

A cross-party group has written to Victoria Atkins to sound alarm about the "growing public and professional concerns" at the UK's rates of excess deaths since 2020.

Ministers have blamed the rise in excess deaths on record NHS waiting lists and the pandemic backlog.

But the parliamentarians are demanding to be shown the underlying data to support the Government's assertion that there is "no evidence" linking excess deaths to the vaccines for Covid-19.

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Seattle comedian uninvited by progressive club predicts anger against cancel culture may affect 2024 election

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© Getty Images / YouTube screenshot)Jim Florentine, one of the four comedians who was canceled by a Seattle comedy club for being out of alignment with "progressive values".
Jim Florentine, one of the four comedians who was canceled by a Seattle comedy club for being out of alignment with "progressive values," said that the country is moving away from cancel culture in a trend that may have an impact on the 2024 election.

Florentine told Fox News Digital in a phone interview that he has never experienced anything like his cancelation by Capitol Hill Comedy Bar in Seattle, Washington, in his 30-year career as a comic.

In an alleged email shared by multiple comedians caught up in the cancelation debacle, the club's management claimed that it uninvited the four comedians after consultation with the local community.


New poll finds ten percent of 2020 Biden voters now back Trump

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© Sean Rayford, Mike Segar-Pool/Getty ImagesPresident Joe Biden and candidate Donald Trump
While 97 percent of voters who cast their ballot for Trump in 2020 still plan to vote for him, Biden is only attracting 83 percent of his previous voters, according to a New York Times and Siena College poll. Trump has a five-point lead overall, ranking ahead of Biden 48% to 43%, the poll shows.

Just 36% of voters say they approve or strongly approve of how Biden is handling his job as president, with 43% of voters saying they think his policies have hurt them personally

Comment: In a free and fair election, Biden (or any of Obama's proxies), would be toast. The groundswell of support for Trump, along with loathing for the Democrats, is becoming so strong it's hard to see how the next election could be stolen other than perhaps, finding grounds to cancel it altogether.

Stay tuned . . . . . .


LGBT group Stonewall paid for Church of England report that said primary schoolchildren can be transgender

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Former Stonewall employees Sidonie Bertrand-Shelton (left) and Dominic Arnall were thanked in the report
Controversial LGBT charity gave a grant for two editions of the Valuing All God's Children report, which remains in use nationwide

Church of England guidance telling primary schools that children as young as five can be transgender was funded by Stonewall, it has emerged.

The controversial LGBT charity gave the Church a grant to fund two editions of the Valuing All God's Children report, including the 2019 version that remains in use nationwide.

It comes after Christian parents urged the Archbishop of Canterbury to axe the guidance, which says primary school-aged children can change their gender identity and advises schools on how to create "inclusive" environments for trans pupils.

Comment: The ultra-radical LGBT "charity" Stonewall has managed to worm its way into the heart of Britain's most crucial institutions, carving a path of destruction as it goes.


Britain is fast becoming a failed state. Faith in the system is beginning to collapse - The Telegraph

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© CanvaNew statistics reveal how the UK Government has failed to tackle child poverty
Rishi Sunak's warning earlier week of a "growing consensus that mob rule is replacing democratic rule" - a theme he returned to this afternoon - is a disturbing and damning indictment of a modern-day Britain that many consider to be "broken". Ochlocracy or "mob rule" is something we associate with the Gordon Riots or Salem Witch Trials - not life in the UK in 2024.

The mere notion of the Prime Minister having to tell the police that they should be better protecting the public from what he described as a "pattern of increasingly violent and intimidatory behaviour... intended to shout down free debate and stop elected representatives doing their job" marks a new low for a nation with a proud tradition as a beacon of freedom and democracy.

Should he really need to issue a reminder that protecting the "values that we all hold dear" is not only "fundamental to our democratic system" but also "vital for maintaining public confidence in the police"?

Comment: Indeed it has, which is why Western nations are escalating tensions on their multiple warfronts, as their economies slide ever deeper into recession:

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Vast majority of French oppose Macron's 'troops in Ukraine' comment - poll

© AFP / Ludovic MarinFrench President Emmanuel Macron attends a NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, July 12, 2023.
The president of France said he would not rule out a NATO military deployment to assist Ukrainian forces.

More than two-thirds of the French public believe President Emmanuel Macron was wrong to consider that NATO could someday send its own troops to support Kiev in the conflict with Moscow, according to a new poll.

Survey results published on Thursday by French newspaper Le Figaro showed that 68% of respondents disapproved of Macron's comments on a possible future NATO deployment to the war-torn state, while just 31% said they agreed. The remainder, just 1%, were undecided.

Comment: If Macron said it and then doubled down, despite contradictions from his NATO buddies, you have to assume there's a reason behind it. Perhaps this is a way to 'test the waters' of public perception, so to speak. The poll speaks for itself.

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Obesity overtakes hunger as biggest threat to world health: WHO

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© AP Photo/Patrick SisonThis Tuesday, April 3, 2018, file photo shows a closeup of a beam scale in New York.
Obesity has eclipsed hunger as the top threat to global health, with more than one billion people falling into the category of clinical obesity, according to a comprehensive report published in The Lancet.

The study, spearheaded by researchers at Imperial College London and the World Health Organization, underscores a worrying reality: today, more than 1 in 8 people worldwide suffer from obesity. The scale of the issue is such that the number of undernourished individuals globally now stands at fewer than 550 million.

Obesity and being underweight fall under the umbrella of malnutrition, both states signifying an imbalance in essential nutrients and appropriate caloric intake. Children, unfortunately, bear a significant portion of this burden, with those under 18 years old constituting 159 million of the obese demographic.

Comment: So what happened in 1990 that could account for this sudden skyrocketing in obesity rates?

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Scientist claims 'smoking gun' evidence COVID-19 intentionally created by researchers in Chinese lab

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© Rutgers New BrunswickRichard H. Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University, says there is enough evidence to suggest the pandemic was man-made.
COVID-19 may have been created in a Chinese lab, a British professor told the UN Wednesday, with another expert claiming that evidence of the likelihood has reached "the level of a smoking gun."

Richard H. Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University, was quoted saying in a new Wall Street Journal article that the virus that killed millions around the world may actually have been man-made in China's Wuhan Institute of Virology.

He cited evidence found in a 2018 document from the lab that talked of making such a virus.

Comment: It's nothing we didn't already know, but if this latest release of documents cements the means and motives, then the case for a lab-created virus becomes more solid. It's unlikely to change many minds, as everyone seems to be firmly entrenched on whichever 'side' of the debate they've chosen, but evidence is evidence and only helps to clarify the picture.

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