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'Professionalism is racist' event to be held in US university

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In a virtual talk scheduled for February 1, students at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, will hear how "professionalism," understood here as codes of dress, behavior and etiquette in the workplace, is actually racist.

The university's website explains that "the term 'professionalism' has at times been used to silence and marginalize people of color, when attributes of appearance, language or interactions that have nothing to do with job knowledge or constructive collegial relationships are labeled as 'unprofessional.'"

"In this context, so-called professionalism is coded language, a construct that upholds institutional racist policies and excluding practices."

Snakes in Suits

California senator proposes bill making covid-19 vaccine compulsory for all public school students, eliminates personal reasons as exemption

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A new bill from State Sen. Richard Pan will add COVID-19 vaccines to inoculations students are required to get before they can attend public school in California.

Pan announced the bill at Arleta High School alongside school officials from Los Angeles and San Diego, and public health leaders. As the world enters the third year of the pandemic, Pan said parents and families have all experienced the disruption, anxiety, and trauma since the coronavirus crisis began in March of 2020.


Unprecedented blackout hits across Central Asia: Cuts power to millions

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Areas affected by a massive power outage in Central Asia, January 24-5, 2022
Major outages saw power grids go down simultaneously in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday

Millions of people across Central Asia have been left without electricity after a shared power grid went down, cutting off national networks in three seperate countries on Tuesday.

Massive blackouts have been reported in southern Kazakhstan, including parts of Almaty, the country's former capital.

Trolley buses ground to a halt in the city, home to around 1.7 million people, and traffic lights went out on a number of intersections, creating long queues of vehicles.


The American dream - 'You have to be asleep to believe it'

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© Armstrong Economics
The American Dream, where once upon a time, was when a parent saved to raise their children to have a perpetual better life than they had. Parents would save for their college education and they pushed their children to achieve. My father began saving the day I was born for my college education and law school.

Americans, no matter the circumstances of their birth, all shared freedom, opportunity, the right to build private businesses and enterprises, and a republic - "Representative Democracy." We raised our children believing that they had a legitimate opportunity to live a better life than we did predicated upon their own skills and intelligence. We tried to instill a good work ethic, and that would provide good fortune for the future ahead.
American Way
© Armstrong Economics
But in today's world, our politicians have sought to replace parents all under the guise of socialism. Individualism, we are now told from the likes of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is evil and we are now to become just part of the collective hive. The ruling elite has stolen the wealth of the nation and its citizens while pretending this is somehow for our benefit. This was not an accident, but a plan implemented over many decades in the dark corners of the mind of Klaus Schwab.


George Carlin ~ The American Dream

Mr. Potato

US Navy F-35C fighter jet CRASHES into USS Carl Vinson in South China Sea, 7 injured

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Sailors taxi an F-35C Lightning II, assigned to the 'Argonauts' of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 147, on the flight deck of the USS Carl Vinson on January 22
Seven U.S. military personnel were hurt on Monday when an F-35C warplane had a 'landing mishap' on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the South China Sea and the pilot ejected, the U.S Navy said.

A Navy statement said the incident happened during 'routine flight operations' in the South China Sea.

The status of the $94 million fighter jet was unclear.

'The pilot safely ejected from the aircraft and was recovered via U.S. military helicopter,' it said.

'The pilot is in stable condition. There were seven total sailors injured.'

The statement said three of personnel required evacuation to a medical facility in Manila and four were treated by on-board the carrier and released.

Comment: The seemingly increasing occurrence of these crashes and failures in recent years is rather telling as to the state of the West. However, perhaps more importantly, what with the West's escalation of aggression in Ukraine against Russia, and the US increasing its military presence in the South China Sea, 'mishaps' like this could, potentially, have devastating consequences: Also check out SOTT radio's: NewsReal: Why You Should Question Media Reports About China 'Causing Covid' And 'Invading Taiwan'


The View pushes the 'new normal': 'I may never...feel comfortable without a mask'

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Whoopi Goldberg went on a rant against Bill Maher on "The View," lambasting him for criticizing vaccine and mask mandates. Co-host Sara Haines went on to say that she may never feel comfortable again unless she's wearing a mask.

Goldberg calls mainstream talk show host Maher "out on the fringe" at the start of her rant: "People on the fringe ... who are speaking out like this, and over the weekend, Bill Maher made a case for people who are vaccinated, boosted, and have been following the rules since all of this started. Take a look."

A clip of Maher's show then rolls, showing him making a joke about people "scanning your head" as if you were a "bunch of bananas," and then saying that the people in favor of all these COVID-19 rules are the ones who are "bananas."

Comment: Just a small glimpse into the minds of those suffering Mass Formation Psychosis.

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Bizarro Earth

Gunman at German university kills one, injures four, student turns gun on himself

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Police investigate near the scene of Monday's shooting in Heidelberg
Police in the southern German city are investigating after several people were injured and one killed when a single shooter opened fire inside a lecture hall before taking his own life.

One woman was killed and three people injured in a shooting at Heidelberg University on Monday.

Police said at a press conference Monday evening that a man entered a university lecture hall with a double-barreled shotgun and another firearm as a class was running and opened fire.

Four people were wounded. A 23-year-old woman died several hours later in the hospital; the other victims suffered injures in the face, back and legs, police said.

Comment: This incident is eerily similar to another that occurred just 10 days ago in Tokyo, Japan: 3 stabbed near University of Tokyo ahead of entrance exam, student, 17, arrested

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Europe could be headed for pandemic 'endgame': WHO

The Omicron variant has moved the COVID-19 pandemic into a new phase and could bring it to an end in Europe, the WHO Europe director said Sunday.

"It's plausible that the region is moving towards a kind of pandemic endgame," Hans Kluge told AFP in an interview, adding that Omicron could infect 60 percent of Europeans by March.

Once the current surge of Omicron sweeping across Europe subsides, "there will be for quite some weeks and months a global immunity, either thanks to the vaccine or because people have immunity due to the infection, and also lowering seasonality".

"We anticipate that there will be a period of quiet before COVID-19 may come back towards the end of the year, but not necessarily the pandemic coming back," Kluge said.


Auschwitz Memorial says RFK Jr. speech at anti-vaccine rally exploits Holocaust tragedy

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© Associated Press/Patrick Semansky
The Auschwitz Memorial denounced comments made by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s at an anti-vaccine rally in Washington DC on Sunday as "exploiting the tragedy" of the Holocaust.

During a speech at the rally, Kennedy, a conspiracy theorist and prominent anti-vaxxer, warned of a massive surveillance network being created with satellites in space and 5G mobile networks collecting data.

Comment: To clarify, it was an anti-mandate rally, not an "anti-vaccine rally." And calling RFK a "conspiracy theorist" is also intended as a smear (someone who points out conspiracies with evidence is not a "theorist," after all). By mischaracterizing it, The Hill is clearly indicating they've taken sides (not that this is a big shocker).

See: Tens of thousands gather in Washington to call for an end to Covid mandates (UPDATE)

"Even in Hitler's Germany, you could hide in the attic like Anne Frank did," Kennedy said, illustrating his point that surveillance today is all-encompassing.

Comment: Comparisons of the current totalitarian control system to Nazi Germany are apt. The fact that 'official organizations' like the Auschwitz Memorial refuse to see this gives more insight into their mandate than they likely realize.

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Pfizer CEO says frequent boosters 'not a good scenario,' hopes for yearly vaccine

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla
© Associated Press/Giannis Papanikos
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Saturday said people getting COVID-19 booster shots every four to five months is "not a good scenario" and argued that an annual vaccine would be a better approach to fighting the virus.

Bourla told the Hebrew publication N12 News in an exclusive interview that the best way to combat COVID-19 is a vaccine that can be administered every year, not with boosters received every few months, according to Reuters.

"This will not be a good scenario," he said when asked about people getting booster shots every four to five months, per the wire service. "What I'm hoping [is] that we will have a vaccine that you will have to do once a year."

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