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Historic septic dig casts doubt on Kamloops residential school burial site claims

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What really happened in May of 2021 when the world's media lost their minds and disseminated false headlines claiming mass graves of murdered children were uncovered in Kamloops, BC?

To get a clear picture of what is likely to be the case, we must begin with what led indigenous community members to believe clandestine burials had taken place in the apple orchard of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School (KIRS).

It is important to note that it was the so-called indigenous Knowledge Keepers at Kamloops who claimed to have known that the Kamloops apple orchard was a clandestine burial site. The reason ground penetrating radar (GPR) searches were conducted was due to the Knowledge Keepers "knowings" - which derive from indigenous oral traditions (also known as "traditional knowledge").

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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Not enough on the planet


Now Walmart and Target with every other retailer are cancelling billions of dollars of orders, all disposable income items. What do they know that we don't? Natural gas is not where it needs to be, spiking prices are shutting down the planet.

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Dilbert gets canceled as Scott Adams takes on woke ESG business ratings

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Panel published 2022-09-12
Scott Adams's syndicated comic strip Dilbert has been poking fun at the idiosyncrasies of office culture for 33 years.

But earlier this month, Adams made an announcement on his podcast Real Coffee with Scott Adams that he was going to make a hard run at taking on the new corporate ESG ratings.

Regarding ESG, Adams says,
"It should start to become known that Dilbert thinks it's ridiculous and then people who also think it's ridiculous will start retweeting it. And then the boss who's in charge of it will start to get these sent to him by email or printed out and slipped under the office door," Adams explained. "Mockery is very powerful and mockery, in theory, could dismantle this."

Comment: Scott Adams has been a mixed bag on social and political issues, like backing Trump yet falling hook, line and sinker for the Covid lunacy. He has the right of it here though. ESG is a dangerous policy to allow to take hold.


PETA calls for female sex strike to save the planet from storms caused by steak and sausages

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Quick, save the world now! Create nice weather and peace on Earth with coercive bargaining, threats and deprivation.

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The PETA-FemoNazi recipe to stop floods and hot weekends is to demand men give up meat or live without sex. There's no more persuasion for civilization — according to PETA it's their way or the highway, and most men must be too stupid to realize the PETA powers of climate prophesy are unquestionable. After all, there's no chance that animal activists could be fooled by emotional soppy propaganda pushed by Global bankers, billionaires and UN industrial cartels, right? PETA can tell those moist adiabatic lapse rates from the missing tropospheric hot spots. If only men could too!

PETA strays so far out their lane they end up in orbit. They alternately blame bad weather on meat-eating, then on men, on toxic masculinity and then they blame the babies too. It's breathtaking in grandiose, overbearing, imperious intolerance. Apparently omnivorous men don't deserve to have babies. A ban on procreation for meat-eating-men would be... purposeful. They actually say that. Your value to the world is measured in tons of carbon. A bit like a farm animal really? Except PETA select for small and obedient.

Bottom line: It's noble to treat your significant other as a cheap political toy, but remember, be nice to animals. That's ethics the PETA way.


Global food supply crisis may worsen due to poor US harvest

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Harvesting corn
U.S. agriculture has been facing a poor harvest this year, aggravating the global food supply crisis, industry executives have said. The supply of food worldwide has been tight, since Russia's war in Ukraine cut off vital shipments of resources needed to make fertilizer and grain products from the region.

Several high-level executives from big agricultural firms such as Bayer, Corteva, Archer Daniels Midland, and Bunge, told The Wall Street Journal that it will take at least two more years of good harvests in North and South America to ease the supply pressures.

"The current market expectation is that global grain and oilseeds markets need two consecutive normal crop years to stabilize global supplies," said Chuck Magro, chief executive of Corteva, at an investor presentation this week. This year's grain harvest has fallen below normal yields in the West, hindering efforts to restock global crop supplies he explained.

The United States and South America, two of the world's major crop exporters, faced persistent drought conditions this summer. The hot summer worsened drought conditions in states throughout the U.S. Grain Belt, which saw a major reduction in the harvest due to lack of water and a wet spring planting season earlier in the year.

The Agriculture Department announced on Sept. 12, that it had lowered its nationwide corn production estimates to 13.9 billion bushels. This is 3 percent lower than its projections in August, about 8 percent lower than the total amount harvested last year. Projections for soybean production estimates in September were down 3 percent from August, down slightly from 2021.


Activist group suing DeSantis received nearly $1.4 million from Soros network

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An activist group which has filed a class-action lawsuit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and other Florida officials over last week's migrant flights to Martha's Vineyard received nearly $1.4 million from George Soros' Open Society Network.

According to Fox News, nonprofit immigrant advocacy group Lawyers for Civil Rights filed the suit on behalf of Alianza Americas, which was described in a press release as "a network of migrant-led organizations supporting immigrants across the United States."

The lawsuit was filed in the District of Massachusetts, and alleges that DeSantis and other officials "designed and executed a premeditated, fraudulent and illegal scheme centered on exploiting this vulnerability for the sole purpose of advancing their own personal, financial and political interests."

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Germany: Greens plan to ban native Germans from a third of jobs to promote 'diversity'

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Filiz Polat
Despite the fact that it's clearly unconstitutional.

In the name of promoting "diversity," ruling Greens in the German the city of Hanover plan to ban a third of native citizens from applying for government jobs so they can be given to migrants.

Yes, really.

"A green mayor makes the difference!" wrote Turkish-born Filiz Polat, managing director of the Greens parliamentary group.


Video shows train hit Colorado officer's car with suspect inside

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Police in Colorado released body cam footage a train collide with a police car on Sept 16, 2022.
Police in Colorado released body cam footage showing the moment a train collided with a police patrol vehicle parked on railroad tracks. A suspect was detained in the vehicle at the time of the collision.

In the video, provided by FOX 31 Denver, two officers are seen detaining the driver of the vehicle believed to be involved in a road rage incident and placing her inside the patrol vehicle that was parked on the railroad tracks.

Moments later, a train can be heard and the two officers near the patrol vehicle can be seen fleeing the area.

The train then collides with the patrol car, heavily damaging it and severely injuring the woman who was handcuffed inside.


Protester sets himself on fire at London tennis tournament

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The man took to the court at the O2 Arena in the UK capital.
A man briefly set himself alight during a match at the Laver Cup.

Fans watching Stefanos Tsitsipas' match with rival Diego Schwartzman at the Laver Cup in London on Friday were stunned when a protester interrupted proceedings and sat down on the court, where he briefly set his right arm on fire.

Nearby security personnel quickly jumped into action, with one using his jacket to extinguish most of the blaze and stamp out the remaining flames, some of which had begun to take hold on the court at the O2 Arena.

Comment: What an idiot.

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Air Force Academy diversity training tells cadets to use words that 'include all genders​,' drop 'mom and dad'

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Air Force Academy cadets salute during the national anthem at Falcon Stadium for their graduation ceremony on May 25, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Air Force Academy also tells cadets to be 'Color Conscious' instead of 'Colorblind'.

A diversity and inclusion training by the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado instructs cadets to use words that "include all genders" and to refrain from saying things like "mom" and "dad."

The slide presentation titled, "Diversity & Inclusion: What it is, why we care, & what we can do," advises cadets to use "person-centered" and gender-neutral language when describing individuals.

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