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Russia will demand compensation for sanctions – Medvedev

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(Article republished from

Commenting on the latest batch of restrictions imposed on Moscow by Washington last week, the official, who currently serves as deputy chair of the Russian Security Council, claimed that the West is waging a “war without rules” on Russia.

The US has sanctioned more than 4,000 Russian individuals and companies since February 2022, when the Ukraine conflict began. The EU, UK, Canada, Japan, and several other nations have also imposed ...

Prepping must-haves: Essential items to include in your survival stockpile

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Emergencies highlight the need to start your survival stockpile now so you don't run out of important items because you are unable to buy more at the grocery store after things go south.

Below are some items that you need to start stockpiling before it's too late. (h/t to aid items

Most non-preppers often have a few first aid items stored in the bathroom or kitchen cabinet, but it’s better to add more supplies to your survival stockpile so you ...

Donald Trump’s campaign is attracting increasing numbers of young voters, threatening to end Democratic dominance over this demographic

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Former President George H.W. Bush was the last Republican to win the youth vote during a presidential election back in 1988. But a new New York Times/Siena poll believes Trump is very close to ending the 36-year reign of Democrat over this demographic. (Related: Forecast model predicts Donald Trump will win back White House, Republicans to take Senate and maintain House majority.)

The poll among prospective voters between the ages of 18 and 29 found Trump trailing Joe Biden ...

The reality of economic collapse, and why skeptics deny it

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(Article by Brandon Smith republished from

As I have said for years, an economic collapse is NOT an event, it's a process. When people think of a historic crisis they imagine something like the stock market crash of 1929 at the beginning of the Great Depression. However, there were numerous indicators and warning signs leading up to that crash that should have tipped people off. There were even a handful of economists that voiced concerns about impending chaos, ...

COAL WAR: Biden locks up federal lands from coal mining, shuts down remaining coal-fired power generation fleet

21 days ago -

The Bureau of Land Management has just released a new series of regulations that have the clear intent of locking up millions of acres of federal land from coal mining and drilling for oil and natural gas, as well as shutting down the nation's remaining coal-fired power generation fleet.

The new set of rules effectively makes it impossible for utilities to continue to operate coal-fired power plants without investing in new, largely unproven commercial and highly expensive, ...

Prepping guide: Salting meat for long-term preservation

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There are many food preservation methods, but one traditional method that has stood the test of time is salting or curing. (h/t to

Salting has been used for centuries to prepare food that will remain edible for extended periods, especially back when refrigeration and modern preservation methods were not yet available. Salting has deep roots in human history. Before the invention of refrigerators, people needed ways to store food.

Early civilizations, ...

Congressional committee votes unanimously to subpoena Google, Facebook for election manipulation ahead of voting day 2024

17 days ago -

Google whistleblower Zach Vorhies tweeted that his testimony, along with that of Facebook whistleblower Ryan Hartwig; author and former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today, Dr. Robert Epstein; the Heritage Foundation; and The MRC vice president Dan Schneider, resulted in a victorious first step towards cleaning up American elections.

"Today the Senate Committee on State Affairs voted unanimously to authorize subpoenas to big tech firms like Facebook and Google," tweeted Sen....

Biden amps up war on coal in bid to turn America “green” … but energy infrastructure collapse will plunge America’s economy into disarray

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It recently came to light that President Biden's plan involves locking up millions of acres of federal land to prevent all coal mining and drilling for oil and natural gas. Biden also wants to shut down all remaining coal-fired power plants throughout America.

If the regime is successful, Americans will have no more ability to even purchase cheap energy, which will force them to go "green." The electric grid will collapse, of course, but this is the trajectory of the country ...

Will record heat once again take down the Texas power grid? Officials are worried

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For the second time in a week, record heat drove up the energy load in Texas to the point that brownouts and blackouts were possible. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) says everything is fine and not to worry, but outside experts are not so sure.

ERCOT, which provides electricity for 27 million customers, projected that power demand would peak at 75,296 megawatts (MW) on May 24 and 75,952 MW on May 26. The current record for the month of May is 72,261 MW on ...

DISMANTLING ENERGY: Biden administration to halt future coal leasing in Powder River Basin

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced on May 16 its plan to ban future leasing in this area. The Powder River Basin produced about 43 percent of U.S. coal in 2019, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

The BLM's final plan, considering various options including maintaining current levels or limiting future leasing, chose the “no leasing” proposal. This decision means "no BLM-administered coal [will be] available for leasing within the planning area," ...

Climate professor Bill McGuire tweets that “culling” human population is only way to prevent a climate breakdown

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On X, McGuire tweeted a controversial message stating that the only "realistic" way to reduce emissions as substantially and quickly as he feels is needed to save the world from climate change and "avoid (a) catastrophic [climate] breakdown" is "the culling of the human population by a pandemic with a very high fatality rate."

Within hours of tweeting this, McGuire deleted it – not because he regretted it, mind you, but because he received so much public backlash that he ...

Peru passes law classifying people who identify as transgender, nonbinary and intersex as “mentally ill”

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It was officially signed by Peruvian President Dina Boluarte, Health Minister Cesar Vasquez and Economic and Finance Minister Jose Arista last week. It was meant to ensure that comprehensive mental health services for the transgender community could "guarantee full coverage of medical attention for mental health," the Peruvian Ministry of Health (MINSA) explained.

The new law received backlash from LGBTQ+ activist groups across Peru.

Jheinser Pacaya, director of OutfestPeru, ...

U.S. slaps new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, batteries and other EV hardware

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The White House said the latest actions are aimed to "protect American workers and businesses." The tariffs will affect $18 billion in Chinese imported goods, along with steel and aluminum, semiconductors, batteries, critical minerals, solar cells and cranes.

Biden administration officials claim the measures were in response to years of "unfair trade practices" by China along with the theft of technology and intellectual property and the cyberhacking and corporate espionage ...

Top rules for smart preppers: Building your ultimate emergency stockpile

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How much and which foods to store will depend on your family members, your food preferences, special health conditions, the ability to cook and prep the food and storage space.

Keep things simple while planning for short-term emergency food needs by gradually increasing quantities of some staple foods and non-perishable foods that you normally would use. (h/t to to prepare a 3-day emergency food supply

Note that non-perishable foods are items that can ...

Former CIA operations officer warns: EVs and the climate agenda threaten NATIONAL SECURITY

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Bryan Dean Wright, the host of "The Wright Report" podcast and a former CIA operations officer, disclosed this to Fox News Digital. According to him, EVs pose environmental problems, national security issues and driver safety concerns. These setbacks, he continued, make EVs a less than desirable alternative to gas-powered cars they are ostensibly to replace.

Wright added that one of the most important things to consider when buying an EV is whether it is actually "green....

Western sanctions against Russia causing more copper production to move to China, concentrating control over this critical metal in Chinese hands

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America's super-smart leaders continue to sanction Russia as punishment for the war in Ukraine, which in turn is resulting in more and more industries fleeing the West for China.

Russian mining giant Norilsk Nickel, for example, is responding to U.S. sanctions by moving some of its copper smelting production to China, announced company CEO Vladimir Potanin in a recent interview.

"This pressure forced us to think about how to get our goods to the distribution market ...

China is now the world’s biggest hydropower producer

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This information was published by Ember, a United Kingdom-based energy think tank. According to Ember, hydroelectric energy output has steadily grown in the past 20 years, although faster growth in wind and solar is closing the gap.

China produces 31 percent of global hydropower, more than triple the next largest producer, Brazil. These two countries have also dominated recent growth in capacity. Anna Fleck of the data collection and visualization platform Statista prepared ...

The PSYOP continues: Experts claim new strain of MONKEYPOX with pandemic potential discovered in Central Africa … they demand everyone get vaccinated

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According to the Daily Mail, the strain dubbed clade 1b was found in the gold mining town of Kamituga in the DRC's South Kivu province. It evolved from the more lethal clade 1 variant of the virus, which is endemic to Central Africa. Clade 1b showed increased infectiousness and an enhanced ability to evade detection by conventional testing methods.

The Mail added that Kamituga – a poor, densely populated town sustained by its gold mining industry – could fuel the spread ...

Parents blast woke private school in Maryland over “invasive” GENDER IDENTITY survey

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The uproar began in January of this year when parents discovered that an "identity inventory" had been distributed to fifth-grade students at St. Paul's School for Boys, InfoWars reported. The tuition at this elite private school ranges from $32,000 for lower school to $38,000 for upper school per year. (Related: Minnesota’s new “gender identity” law strips Christian schools, churches of exemption from hiring LGBTs.)

According to a parent who spoke with Crisis in the Classroom ...

America’s shift to “green energy” will collapse the power grid and cause rolling blackouts

April 21, 2024 -

Could rolling blackouts soon became the norm in parts of the U.S., much like they are in places like North Korea and Pakistan?

Demand is skyrocketing in places like Northern Virginia, where the equivalent to several big nuclear plants is needed to handle all of the upcoming data centers there, and Georgia, whose projected new electricity use for the next decade is 17 times greater than recent figures. In Texas, where there are already routine electricity shortages on the ...

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