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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] ...

Central banking continues to fail

March 17, 2023 -

(Article by Mac Slavo republished from to a report by CNN, the shocking implosion of Silicon Valley Bank should not deter the Federal Reserve from its war on inflation, according to former FDIC and Fed official Thomas Hoenig.

“The Federal Reserve is in the hot seat. It’s a no-win situation for them,” Hoenig, the former vice chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, told CNN in a phone interview on Monday.

As Gregory Mannarino said ...

Central banks will keep gobbling gold in 2024

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(Article republished from or not The January Effect will apply to the gold price as we finish the first month of 2024, there are plenty of indicators that the central bank buying spree will continue for at least the first half of the new year.

Accelerating de-dollarization is just one factor, as powerhouses like China and Russia continue strategically moving further and further from the grips of USD hegemony.

Of course, actions by the Biden ...

Poll: Americans don’t want a central bank digital currency

June 12, 2023 -

(Article by Adam Dick republished from

This result of the poll conducted from February 27 through March 8 in collaboration with YouGov is promising for Americans concerned about the threat a CBDC, which the Federal Reserve and big financial companies have been testing in preparation for its potential introduction, poses to freedom and privacy in America.

The poll results further indicate that, if Americans can be educated about the abusive government ...

Stanford University ADDICTED to China money

April 25, 2023 -

The Washington Free Beacon first broke the news, citing the latest figures from the reporting database of the Department of Education.

The $27 million came through 42 donations throughout 2021 and into early 2022. While the database does not specify the exact source of funding beyond the country of origin, it outlines the amount of every gift and contract from China as part of federal reporting requirements. Stanford received a $9.9 million contract from China in February ...

DEI captures the University of Florida

April 09, 2023 -

(Article by Christopher F. Rufo republished from

I have obtained a cache of internal documents via Sunshine Law records requests revealing the stunning scope, scale, and radicalism of UF’s “diversity and inclusion” programs. Officially, the university has reported to Governor Ron DeSantis that it hosts 31 DEI initiatives at a cost of $5 million per year. But these figures don’t capture the extent of the university’s rapidly growing DEI complex. In reality, ...

Central banks are badly losing their war against FOOD INFLATION

June 20, 2023 -

Despite the best efforts of central banks to rein in inflation through interest rate adjustments, the fundamental need for sustenance ensures that people will continue to purchase food even at higher prices. Simultaneously, food production faces numerous obstacles that show no signs of resolution, worsening the scarcity of resources. With global food supplies expected to reduce further in the coming months and years, soaring food prices will persist regardless of central bank ...

Central Wisconsin communities fighting back against wind turbine industry takeover

May 23, 2023 -

"There is a revolt happening here," said attorney Marti Machtan to The Epoch Times in an exclusive interview. "I've never seen our communities engage like this in my life."

A grassroots advocacy group called Farmland First, of which Machtan is a member, is keeping a close eye on the wind turbine industry, which wants to turn the Dairy State's pristine farmland into an unsightly eyesore – and ear-sore, because those things are loud – of large metal wind turbines that, ironically ...

Michigan economics professor: Boycotting Target is “literal terrorism” [Updated]

June 02, 2023 -

(Article republished from

Target is the latest example of a corporation that is being “Bud Lighted” over its link to LGBTQ+ efforts. While experts on MSNBC and CNN assured viewers that these boycotts fade quickly, these companies have now lost billions. Target has reportedly lost over $10 billion. Miller Lite is also being hammered over its “Bad $#!T to Good $#!T,” ad slamming male-oriented beer campaigns.

With these boycotts picking up steam, ...

Israeli AI ‘assassination factory’ plays central role in the Gaza war

December 04, 2023 -

(Article by Kyle Anzalone republished from

A statement on the IDF website says the Israeli military is using the Gospel to “produce targets at a fast pace.” It continues, “Through the rapid and automatic extraction of intelligence,” the Gospel produced targeting recommendations for its researchers “with the goal of a complete match between the recommendation of the machine and the identification carried out by a person.”

Aviv Kochavi, former ...

Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei says central bank shutdown NON-NEGOTIABLE

November 30, 2023 -

Milei's office said in a statement posted on the X platform that the BCRA's closure was a "non-negotiable matter." The statement appeared to be a response to "false rumors," Reuters said. Aside from the remarks about the central bank, the statement also confirmed several appointments in Milei's cabinet.

Economist Osvaldo Giordano from the central Cordoba region will lead Argentina's National Social Security Administration, a key institution that could come under fire ...

NYC migrant crisis: Central Park being considered as HOUSING for migrants

August 09, 2023 -

City officials have already confirmed that these migrants could soon be staying in other iconic areas of the city, including popular tourist spots like Central Park.

Many of the homeless migrants sleeping on the streets of midtown in front of the Roosevelt Hotel on East 45th Street and Madison Avenue lament that they haven't made progress as city officials consider all alternative options to house the asylum seekers.

The majority of migrants are single men.

NYC ...

Central banks planning to introduce CBDC microchip implants, warns top economist

July 18, 2023 -

"I was taught by a central banker [that] the CBDCs look like a small grain of rice that they want to put under your skin," said Richard Werner in an interview with podcaster Ivor Cummins. Werner is known for developing the now commonly used bank practice of quantitative easing.

CBDCs, in comparison to other forms of digital currency used at present, demand that individuals open bank accounts directly with central banks such as the Federal Reserve, granting governments control ...

Record-breaking gold purchases by central banks observed in Q1 2023

May 09, 2023 -

The World Gold Council (WGC) disclosed this finding in its latest report, noting that demand for the metal from central banks worldwide reached 228 metric tons (MT). This was a 176 percent increase compared to the 82.7 MT from a year prior. "This is all the more impressive, considering it follows the record-breaking pace of demand last year," the WGC said.

ZeroHedge reported that the gold purchases amounted to "the strongest first quarter on record." It also noted that the ...

Central banks continue their streak of accumulating more gold in 2023

April 09, 2023 -

Year-to-date, the world's central banks made a net purchase of 125 tonnes (137.79 tons) of gold.

"On a year-to-date basis … this is the strongest start to a year back to at least 2010 – when central banks [once again] became net buyers on an annual basis," wrote World Gold Council Senior Analyst for Europe, the Middle East and Africa Krishan Gopaul. (Related: Demand for gold surges to highest rate in over a decade as world's central banks continue buying spree.)

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Poland’s central bank to increase its share of GOLD reserves to 20%

16 days ago -

NBP President Adam Glapinski announced this momentous occasion during a press conference, where he noted that "a 20 percent share of gold in reserves is characteristic of the wealthiest, safest and most credible countries."

The latest estimates suggest that gold currently makes up around 12.6 percent of the country's reserve assets. Assuming that the value of foreign reserves and the gold price won't change significantly, this means that the NBP would need to have about 570 ...

Reuben Yap: CBDCs let central banks CONTROL how people spend their money

August 10, 2023 -

He remarked that CBDCs give central banks "a lot of fine-grained control of how you should be spending your money." Yap continued: "To me, your money is your business. You should be free to spend your money as how you like it. It's your choice."

"Your independence is a very key part of who we are. It's not for the state to tell us how we spend our money."

According to the Malaysian co-founder of the privacy coin, CBDCs run contrary to how free market economies ...

D.C. Central detention facility officers harass and mentally torture J6 political prisoner

July 21, 2023 -

For what crime, one may ask? Jessica Watkins peacefully protested the stolen election at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. She did not threaten anyone, did not vandalize anything, encouraged others not to vandalize, spoke with several police officers inside the Capitol, and followed their orders.

Calling from the gulag-style prison, Watkins told "Flip The Switch" podcast host Jennifer Baker her nightmare to raise public awareness about the torturous abuses.

"Jessica ...

Rare fungal infection spreads at Michigan paper mill, affecting 100 workers

April 25, 2023 -

Testing began last March when 15 employees at the paper mill experienced pneumonia-like symptoms.Infected employees initially thought to have "atypical" pneumonia

Health officials started the investigation after employees got sick early this year. They were initially though to have "atypical" pneumonia before testing results showed that they had a rare fungal infection called blastomycosis.

The public health department reported that as of April 14, Friday, at least ...

‘Chernobyl-scale catastrophe’: Coalition warns against restarting Michigan nuclear power plant

March 24, 2023 -

(Article by Kenny Stancil republished from

In a letter to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the coalition warned that providing financial aid to Holtec International, which purchased the Palisades Nuclear Plant (PNP) in June 2022, could lead to a massive public health and environmental disaster that reverberates far beyond the shoreline of Lake Michigan — a source of drinking water for millions of people in multiple states.

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