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Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei says country won’t join BRICS group… instead, he will embrace the collapsing DOLLAR

11 days ago -

Diana Mondino, senior economic adviser to Milei, confirmed this development to Sputnik Brazil on Nov. 20, a day after Milei won the country's second presidential runoff. She told the outlet that Argentina was not planning to become a BRICS member come Jan. 1, 2024. The nation's prior request to join the group was approved in August – alongside those from Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

"I don't know why there is so much interest around BRICS," ...

Argentina on brink of collapse as currency fails, leaving country nearly broke

May 14, 2023 -

As per Buenos Aires-based consulting firm 1816 Economia & Estrategia, the South American nation has already depleted all of its available liquid international reserves, along with an additional estimated $1 billion. This situation further intensifies the challenges faced by the country, as it deals with a historic drought and the looming prospect of a recession, Bloomberg News reported this week.

With limited available cash reserves, concerns are emerging regarding the government's ...

Brazil and Argentina discuss common currency for financial, commercial transactions that avoiding using the US dollar

January 25, 2023 -

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez shared details about the common currency talks in a jointly-written article. The piece published in the website of the tabloid Perfil explained that a shared currency could reduce "external vulnerabilities."

"We intend to overcome the barriers to our exchanges, simplify and modernize the rules and encourage the use of local currencies," the two presidents noted. "We also ...

Arizona state trooper seizes over $3M worth of fentanyl pills and cocaine during traffic stop less than 30 miles from the border

June 07, 2023 -

The incident took place near the census-designated place of Amado along Interstate 19 in Santa Cruz County, about 45 minutes and less than 30 miles north of Arizona's border with Mexico.

The trooper stopped 27-year-old Fernando Alfonso-Fernandez while he was driving his 2015 Honda Accord heading north on Interstate 19 at milepost 34, near Amado. The trooper reported seeing several suspicious things that may indicate criminal activity and proceeded to conduct a search of ...

Target exposed for supporting efforts to defund U.S. military, close Mt. Rushmore over false claim of ‘white supremacy’

June 07, 2023 -

Since the George Floyd protests and riots of 2020, Target Corporation has stated that it has increased its focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. These efforts have gone beyond simply improving representation and support for historically marginalized groups within the company and its stores. Target has also provided funding to organizations that align with left-leaning and politically charged agendas, a Fox News investigation has found.

Target has intensified ...

Philippine representative issues resolution urging country to reject WHO’s controversial International Health Regulations amendments

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Representative Dan Fernandez, who serves as the chairman of the country's public order and safety committee, submitted the resolution and informed the WHO in writing that the Philippines House of Representatives is rejecting the amendments.

Resolution HR 1490 states: It is hereby resolved by the House of Representatives to urge the Government to reject the amendments to the International Health Regulations adopted on 27 May 2022, and the proposed amendments that are currently ...

WOKE POPE says transgender people may be baptized as Catholics and serve as godparents

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The new rules were listed on the Vatican’s website under the Dicastery for the Doctrine of Faith in the form of answers to a series of questions on these matters from Brazilian bishop Giuseppe Negri. It was signed by Pope Francis as well as Dicastery Prefect Cardinal Victor Manuel Fernandez.

According to the document, children who believe they are transgender may be baptized if they are "well prepared and willing." Adults who claim to be transgender are free to be baptized ...

TRUTH HURTS: CDC officials worried about publicity of COVID-19 vaccine studies damaging the public’s vaccine confidence

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In one incident, a public health analyst for the Immunization Services Division of the CDC, Colin Bernatzky, pointed to a scientific study carried out by scientists from the U.S. and abroad that reached an unfavorable finding about undergoing repeated COVID-19 vaccination.

The study, which was peer reviewed and published in the journal Vaccines, concluded that receiving multiple doses of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines resulted in higher levels of IgG4 antibodies and greater immune ...

17 Dead, 68 injured in latest round of anti-government protests in Peru

January 13, 2023 -

The clashes occurred on Jan. 9 in the city of Juliaca, located near the banks of Lake Titicaca in the southern Puno region of Peru. Speaking to the state-run channel TV Peru, Puno health ministry official Henry Rebaza confirmed that there were 17 casualties – including two teenagers – on the side of protesters. He also confirmed that 68 protesters were injured during the clashes.

Meanwhile, Peruvian Defense Minister Jorge Luis Chavez said 75 police officers sustained ...

European groceries seeing empty shelves due to worsening food shortages

March 09, 2023 -

A March 8 article on Strange Sounds cited three locations that had their food production impacted – the Netherlands, Morocco and Spain's southern Almeria region.

Quoting a piece from the German Der Spiegel magazine, the Strange Sounds article noted that major greenhouses in the Netherlands experienced a complete crop failure because of the high energy prices – to the point that heating them would not have been worthwhile. It also pointed out that "the Dutch greenhouse ...

They call for GENOCIDE: White farmers murdered, attacked following South African politician’s demand to “Kill the Boer” during a far-left-wing party event

August 11, 2023 -

In the video shared on X, formerly known as Twitter, the Marxist-Leninist party's Malema, dressed in his trademark red beret, spoke in front of 90,000 supporters who were all dressed in the party's red color. The remarks were made as South African parties position themselves for national elections in 2024. (Related: Thousands of black South Africans chanted "Kill the whites! Kill the white farmer!" at massive event while making MACHINE GUN noises.)

Can you imagine a rally ...

Cut from the same cloth: Cuba agrees to let China construct a SPY BASE on island to intercept American communications

June 09, 2023 -

China's proposal involves the construction of an electronic eavesdropping facility in Cuba, roughly 100 miles from Florida, which would allow Chinese intelligence services to easily monitor American ship traffic and scoop up electronic communications throughout the southeastern United States, which incidentally is home to many critical military bases. (Related: Chinese spy balloon collected intelligence from military sites and transmitted it to Beijing in real time.)

The ...

Unstable U.S. Treasury market experiences its worst day in the last six months

22 days ago -

On the same day, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told reporters at the International Monetary Fund conference in Washington that another interest-rate hike aimed at curbing inflation is still possible, unleashing a surge in short-term yields.

Everyone has already been noticing the sharp rise in yields in recent months. In early October, the U.S. 10-year hit the highest yield level in 16 years, which is about five percent. Because of this, rate hikes by the Fed have ...

Data shows fentanyl addiction is the leading cause of death among Americans aged 18 to 49

March 28, 2023 -

Data shows that 81,230 drug overdose deaths occurred from May 2019 to May 2020, the largest number of drug overdoses for a 12-month interval ever recorded in the country.

Fentanyl is a strong synthetic opioid that has been used in medical settings since 1968. The drug is commonly used during surgery and for pain management.

Two salt-sized grains of fentanyl can kill you. In 2021, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) issued a Public Safety Alert on the prevailing ...

Report reveals recycling plastic releases toxic “chemical cocktail” into the environment

June 27, 2023 -

However, a shocking report from Greenpeace and the International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN) revealed that plastics contain toxic chemicals that can enter products and interact to create new harmful substances during the recycling process.

The report comes as negotiators from over 180 nations meet in Paris this year to discuss a global plastics treaty and develop regulations to address the plastic pollution crisis.Capping plastic production still a major ...

Schools in America bring back ineffective mask mandates amid contrived rise in COVID-19 infections

September 14, 2023 -

Kinterbish Junior High School in Cuba, Alabama, has requested that all students, staff and visitors wear face masks in classrooms and hallways because of "the slow rise of Covid cases in the area." Kinterbish Junior High School has around 120 students aged between five and 14.

Alabama's Talladega City School district, which serves more than 1,700 students aged four to 18, is also encouraging children and staff to wear masks. The district is quick to emphasize that ...

What happens when you don’t have the right gut microbes to digest the nutrients in your food?

May 21, 2018 -

The researcher is named Dr. Alberto Caminero Fernandez, and he is a post-doc fellow at the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute of McMaster University. He has just won a grant to study the relationship between conditions like IBD and the food-microbe interactions in the human stomach. He is receiving this through the Biocodex Microbiota Foundation in order to explore the actual role of microbiota in dietary tryptophan, and its implications for IBD and other conditions....

Argentina bans beef exports in attempt to control record-high levels of food inflation

September 13, 2021 -

According to a statement released by the country's Ministry of Productive Development, this decision was first announced when President Alberto Fernandez spoke with representatives of one of the country's key beef export associations. He told them that they will not be allowed to sell beef products abroad for 30 days. While the proposed ban was announced on Monday, Fernandez did not set a date for when it will start.

"The president expressed his concern over ...

Argentina, Iran apply to join BRICS group of emerging economies

June 29, 2022 -

BRICS is made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. British Economist Jim O'Neill first coined the term in 2001 in his "Building Better Economic BRICs" study. South Africa later joined the bloc in 2010, which added the letter "S" to the group's acronym.

Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said Tehran has already had "a series of consultations" with BRICS about its application. He lauded the group's "very creative mechanism ...

Medical safeguards thrown out the window in Pharma’s mad rush for herpes vaccine

November 03, 2017 -

Without FDA oversight, Rational Vaccines, which received about $7 million from investors including Trump-supporting libertarian Peter Thiel, reportedly tested the experimental drug on 20 people on the island of St. Kitts during the April-August 2016 time frame.

"Rational Vaccines last October announced that its 'potentially revolutionary Theravax vaccine' had achieved groundbreaking results in its Phase 1 clinical trial," CNBC reported.

The government of the ...

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