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UK public health authorities incite fresh fears about tick-borne brain disease virus

April 07, 2023 -

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) issued a warning after the disease was allegedly identified in four separate areas of the United Kingdom. The agency says the risk of infection is very low, but that people need to be aware about the possibility of catching it.

Just like with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), the British government wants more testing and "research" to identify the risks. It also wants hospital staff to be on the lookout for its appearance.

Since ...

Flea and tick collars contain a TOXIC chemical that can damage kids’ brains

November 11, 2022 -

According to NaturalHealth365, this chemical in pet collars to watch out for is called tetrachlorvinphos (TCVP). The toxic substance belongs to a class of chemicals known as organophosphates. First created as nerve agents after World War II, most organophosphates were banned for household use after reports of their health risks emerged in 1996.

In spite of this, TCVP has remained a common component of popular flea and tick collars. TCVP is not the only chemical to watch ...

Is the latest tick scare an anti-meat green ploy that’s weaponizing insects and bugs?

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Is there really an "emerging public health concern" like the CDC is claiming, or is it all a ploy to try to get more people to stop eating meat because of global warming?

It is certainly coincidental that right around the time when climate change fanatics are making much ado about nothing concerning meat consumption that the CDC would come out with this claim just as the global warming crowd is trying to push people into eating bugs.

Also known as AGS, alpha-gal syndrome ...

Indian state no longer distributing vaccine for tick-borne disease after investigation finds it virtually ineffective

November 14, 2022 -

In the southern regions of India, the Kyasanur Forest disease (KFD) infects between 400 to 500 people each year during the November to May disease season. Around five to 10 percent of infections turn into severe cases and around 2.6 percent of all cases result in death.

Despite this low fatality rate – only around a dozen people dying annually – authorities in the southwestern state of Karnataka regularly distribute hundreds of thousands of KFD vaccines each year, claiming ...

Political correctness has hindered efforts to tackle Asian grooming gangs, claims British PM

April 04, 2023 -

(Article by Thomas Brooke republished from

Fresh measures including a new police task force will be created, and regional police forces will be ordered to improve the recording and analysis of ethnicity data.

“The safety of women and girls is paramount,” said Sunak ahead of Monday’s announcement. “For too long, political correctness has stopped us from weeding out vile criminals who prey on children and young women. We will stop at nothing to stamp out ...

Qatar refuses to divert gas flows to Europe due to existing contracts with Asian customers

October 21, 2022 -

European natural gas buyers have been scrambling to secure alternative sources of supply since the imposition of economic sanctions on Russia. Their efforts include lobbying for more gas from Gulf states like the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

Qatar holds just over 13 percent of the world's natural gas reserves. This has turned the tiny Gulf state of fewer than three million people into a powerhouse in natural gas production, leading it to become the world's third-largest ...

Asian-American student has near-perfect SAT score and a 4.65 GPA, gets ugly shock after applications to elite universities

June 13, 2023 -

(Article by Bryan Chai republished from

Bad news for Asian-Americans across the United States — they won’t be finding much reprieve from school administrators and staff at the university level.

Look no further than the curious case of 18-year-old Jon Wang, a Florida native sporting some impressive academic marks.

According to Fox News, Wang scored a sterling 1590 out of 1600 on his SAT exam (many Asian parents would probably be mad about ...

Disease-carrying deer ticks in Pennsylvania park can spread potentially fatal neurological virus, warn experts

February 28, 2023 -

DTV may cause deadly infections with lasting neurological effects. Officials have also expressed concern that deer-tick virus and other serious tick-borne illnesses may become more common in the future.Black-legged ticks spread Powassan virus

Infected female black-legged ticks (Ixodes scapularis) that bite humans transmit Powassan virus. Between 2008 and 2017, the majority of Powassan virus cases were diagnosed in and around the Great Lakes region.

The virus ...

Virginia health officials warn the public about alpha-gal syndrome, a potentially life-threatening allergic condition caused by lone star ticks

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The warning comes weeks after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a report declaring that AGS is now an "emerging public health concern." The CDC stated that the condition can be fatal and occurs after people eat red meat or products with alpha-gal, a type of sugar found in most mammals.

According to the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), lone star tick carries alpha-gal sugar in its saliva and transmits it into a person's body upon biting. This ...

Law enforcement is spying on America via “smart” utility systems that surreptitiously share data without your consent

October 10, 2022 -

SMUD, the suit claims, is scouring entire zip codes' worth of private data and using it to create leads for police to pursue particularly Asian homeowners, says the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the law firm Vallejo, Antolin, Agarwal and Kanter LLP, which filed the suit on behalf of the Asian American Liberation Network, a Sacramento-based nonprofit, and Khurshid Khoja, an Asian resident of Sacramento and cannabis industry attorney.

"SMUD's policies claim ...

Vimeo bans “Dead Name” documentary that exposes horrors of transgender mutilation; calls truthful information “hateful conduct”

January 30, 2023 -

"Dead Name" was pulled from Vimeo this past week for "violating our Terms of Service prohibiting discriminatory or hateful content," the video platform confirmed in a statement.

"We strive to enforce these policies objectively and consistently across our platform," Vimeo further stated. (Related: Check out our earlier coverage about the "Dead Name" documentary and what it entails.)

Telling the truth about children who destroyed their lives and futures with gruesome ...

Woke VA middle school bars Whites, Asians from joining college prep program

March 14, 2023 -

Cooper Middle School in McLean, Virginia sent out an email inviting students to apply to the College Partnership Program (CPP) offered by Fairfax Country Public Schools (FCPS). The email to parents outlined the criteria for application, which indicated that Black students and Hispanic students can apply. But the same correspondence also stated that all non-disabled Asian or White students whose family members have attended college are not welcome to the CPP.

Those who ...

Michigan university to host five different graduation ceremonies that SEGREGATE students by race and sexuality

March 23, 2023 -

Grand Valley State University (GVSU), the third- and fourth-largest tertiary educational institution in Michigan by undergraduate population and overall enrollment, respectively, announced last month its plan to have separate ceremonies for Black, Asian, Hispanic or "Latinx," Native American and so-called LGBTQIA+ students.

GVSU described the graduation ceremony for so-called "Latino/a/x students" as "an opportunity to come together and acknowledge [Hispanic American] ...

Medical organizations slam SCOTUS for rejecting affirmative action – because they don’t want ASIANS to become doctors

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The SCOTUS's 6-3 decision is actually against the discrimination being used against all races, even to white kids who also want to get into Ivy League schools as a portion of the admission is already allotted to other races. The ruling will force a reworking of criteria throughout American higher education by setting new parameters for who is admitted to the country's elite institutions and hired into top jobs.

Affirmative action has long been violating the "Equal Protection ...

The affirmative aftermath: Schools now insist that race had a major impact in admissions

July 04, 2023 -

(Article by Jonathan Turley republished from

During the Supreme Court oral arguments over affirmative action, Harvard’s counsel Seth Waxman struggled with an argument that race consideration was needed to maintain current admissions for minorities. Yet, he also maintained that it was not a major factor and that the consideration of race with regard to Asian students produced only a “slight disparity” and “had no effect with respect to outcomes.”

It ...

Republican Rep. Brian Mast shows at hearing how WORTHLESS the Democratic left’s chief diversity officers really are

June 21, 2023 -

In his "absence," the Democratic Party has installed some of the straight-up Marxists into positions of power. They brought with them the ideological tools to destroy what is left of our republic as founded. [Note: The objective has always been to tear down our institutions, shred our system of traditional values (like two-parent, male-female households and accepting personal responsibility), destroy our mores and taint our history so all of them can be replaced with an authoritarian ...

London mayor’s office in charge of public transport system BANS WHITES from applying for internships

May 25, 2023 -

The National Pulse's Jake Welch named the said office as Transport for London (TFL) in a May 21 article. According to its website, TFL runs "the day-to-day operation of [London's] public transport system" and manages its main roads. TFL lists Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London since 2016, as its chairman.

Welch's piece zoomed in on the Stuart Ross Communications Internship (SRCI), which explicitly prohibits Whites from applying. The internship requirements state that potential ...

Texas Senate approves new bill banning citizens of China and other hostile nations from owning large properties in the state

April 28, 2023 -

State senators gave initial approval to Senate Bill (SB) 147 on April 25, according to the Texarkana Gazette. The proposal introduced by Republican State Sen. Lois Kolkhorst was approved on party lines. SB 147 needs one more vote in the senate before it heads to the Texas House of Representatives for consideration.

If it becomes law, SB 147 would ban citizens from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from buying large swaths of land in Texas. The bill used a threat assessment ...

The best adaptogenic herbs for managing stress

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Stress, simply put, is your body's normal reaction to pressure or a visible/palpable threat. According to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, stress can sometimes be good for you as it can "push you just to the level of optimal alertness, behavioral and cognitive performance." In fact, their study on rats showed that brief stressful events stimulated stem cells in the animals' brains to become new nerve cells, which improved the rats' mental performance.

When ...

Florida surgeon general slams ‘profoundly corrupt’ CDC over handling of pandemic

October 15, 2022 -

(Article by Ashley Sadler republished from

“I’m not at the CDC, but from what I’ve seen they’ve just been incredibly corrupt,” Ladapo said during an interview with former Trump adviser Steve Bannon on his “War Room Pandemic” show hosted by Real America’s Voice.Dr. Ladapo, who earned his MD from Harvard Medical School and his Ph.D. from Harvard University, was appointed to lead Florida’s health department last year. In his role, he has frequently ...

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