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NATO considers deploying more nuclear weapons to operational status

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"I won't go into operational details about how many nuclear warheads should be operational and which should be stored, but we need to consult on these issues," he claimed while speaking at the NATO headquarters. He claimed that the alliance is considering taking out the weaponry from the storage into standby.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed that the deepening Western involvement in the Ukraine conflict could trigger an escalation and that they are serious about ...

Big Tech partners with WEF to implement “Global Coalition for Digital Safety” scheme for world domination

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The Digital Trust & Safety Partnership (DTSP), United Kingdom regulator OFCOM and the infamous World Economic Forum (WEF) embraced a threesome wedding with each other, the offspring of which is this little doozy outlining their scheme for world domination.

What DTSP, OFCOM and WEF each bring to the relationship is strategic:

- DTSP exists to "address harmful content" and ensure online "age assurance" verification

- OFCOM exists to establish "online safety"

- ...

Ecuador suffers nationwide BLACKOUT sparking widespread chaos

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The government says decades of underinvestment caused the nationwide blackout, which plunged some 18 million people into total darkness for several hours.

Roberto Luque, Ecuador's public works minister, announced that the outage started around 3 p.m. local time at the 230,000-volt Milagro-Zhoray connector where it quickly spread across the grid. By about 6:40 p.m., responders were able to restore service to about 95 percent of the country.

Between 3 p.m. and 6:40 p....

If China’s economy collapses – and it sure looks like it’s going to – the entire global economy will go with it

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So far this spring, Beijing has:

- Canceled initial public offerings (IPOs)

- Fined tech companies billions for antitrust violations

- Forced the shutdown of China's entire for-profit education industry

- Ultimately sent company CEOs "running for the exits to avoid the government's ire"

Remember that huge developer Evergrande? They, too, have started missing payments on their more than $300 billion in debt, which, because of the interconnectedness of global ...

Ukrainian DRONE SWARMS target four Russian oil refineries in largest drone attack yet

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Brent crude futures remained steady on despite rising geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe, which seems counterintuitive given that escalating war risks typically lead to supply disruptions. One facility was damaged, with 70 drones intercepted and destroyed over Crimea and the Black Sea, and 43 over the Krasnodar region, according to the Russian Defense Ministry on Telegram.

They did not specify the total number of drones involved. Ukraine's General Staff later confirmed ...

Pfizer CEO says COVID was just a test… “a rehearsal” for something bigger yet to come

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“I truly think the best days of Pfizer are ahead of us because Covid was, for me, like a rehearsal, prove generali, how you can mobilize an organization and do the impossible, possible, against a main disease,” Bourla said.

It’s a pretty ominous statement when you think about it considering that when we look back, we can often find instances where someone warned us, either directly or in a more subtle way, that something bad was brewing but no one heeded the warning.

For ...

Ukraine unleashes KAMIKAZE drone boats against Russian ships in the Black Sea

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Ukrainian officials announced the Stalker 5.0 drone boat during the Black Sea Security Forum (BSSF) held in the Ukrainian city of Odessa on June 14 to 16. It boasts a 60-horsepower speedboat engine that allows it to race at speeds of 46 miles per hour over the sea. Officials also touted the unmanned watercraft's operational range of 372 miles.

The Stalker drone boat can carry explosive payloads of up to 150 kilograms and also features a "logistical mode." But the drone boat ...

Gearing up for WWIII? Putin suggests sending missiles to North Korea

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Putin, who spoke with reporters in Hanoi following meetings with Vietnam's communist leadership, answered a question regarding his previous suggestion that Moscow could send weapons to the West's adversaries in response to the United States and other North Atlantic Treaty Organization members greenlighting the use of Western-supplied weapons against strikes deep within internationally recognized Russian territory.

"We do not rule out supplying weapons to other countries, including ...

EPA proposing increased use of pesticide that’s BANNED in the EU and is 10x MORE TOXIC than other pesticides

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Acephate has been linked to health issues such as autism and lower cognitive performance.

If the EPA's proposal is approved, it will ease restrictions on the pesticide. Acephate is commonly used on crops such as brussels sprouts, celery, cranberries and tomatoes.

Several studies have also found that acephate posed significant risks of acute toxicity, developmental neurotoxicity and environmental persistence. As a result, the pesticide was prohibited under strict regulatory ...

PAYBACK: Ex-Russian president calls for MAXIMUM DAMAGE in retaliation for the West’s “war without rules” against Moscow

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"We should try every day to do as much damage as possible to those countries that have imposed these restrictions on our country and all our citizens. Hit them where it hurts," the deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council and President Vladimir Putin's top ally and predecessor wrote on his Telegram channel which has 1.3 million followers. "Do damage everywhere, paralyze the operation of their companies and government agencies. Find vulnerabilities in their critical technologies ...

Malaysia, which controls 25% of the world’s sea route trade via the Strait of Malacca, announced it is joining BRICS

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Last year, BRICS decided to expand its membership ranks to challenge the current Western-led world order, which has become an overflowing cesspool of filth and corruption. Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Argentina and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are all joining BRICS, as is Malaysia – and some 40 more countries want to join as well.

"We have made a decision," Anwar said. "We will be placing the formal procedures soon ... we are just waiting for the final results from the government ...

The epic bulls##t of catastrophic climate change

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(Article republished from

Got a message back!

It read, “Elizabeth, I am sure Robert would fix whatever harm he caused, can you explain?”

No problem, I said.

1. In British Columbia, we had the largest industrial forest in the world

2. It paid for education and universal ‘free’ health care.

3. The environmental left decided to shut it down.

4. The reason for their protest was that the government, as was ...

NDAA 2025 amends Selective Service Act to include WOMEN in military draft

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The latest version of the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2025 – the NDAA is basically an annual set of blueprints drummed up by the military-industrial complex to keep its global police state intact – initiates mandatory selective service registration for American women as well as men.

To grant American women the equality they have long fought for, TPTB will require both men and women and everything in between – this means you as well, LGBTQPs! – to register ...

Germany’s EV sales plummet as demand in Europe declines

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Germany, the bloc's largest electric vehicle market, brought an early end to subsidies for buying EVs as part of a last-minute 2024 budget deal. The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (Association des Constructeurs Européens d'Automobiles or ACEA) also reported that Germany has now seen a year-to-date 16 percent decline in EV sales.

In May 2024, the Federal Motor Transport Authority (Kraftfahr-Bundesamt or KBA), reported that it registered only 29,708 vehicles with ...

EV startup Fisker files for bankruptcy after suspending production

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Earlier this year, the company's founder, automotive designer Henrik Fisker, already expressed his doubts about the company's ability to remain in business. The company's failure to secure a crucial investment from Japanese automobile giant Nissan led to a significant $350 million funding shortfall from another unnamed investor. This financial blow forced Fisker to scale back its operations and explore alternative options, like ramping up the production of its Ocean SUVs.

However, ...

Australian supermarket chain imposes limits on EGG PURCHASES following bird flu-related poultry culls

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Grocery chain Coles has enforced a maximum purchase limit of two cartons of eggs per customer, YourNews reported. The maximum purchase limit, which is on a temporary basis, applies to all states save for Western Australia.

At present, Coles is the only retailer in Australia to impose such limits. Its competitors Woolworths and Aldi are not putting a limit on egg sales. But comparable restrictions may follow from other stores if additional culls become necessary.

"We ...

CANCER has been routinely induced by VACCINES since 1960

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If you thought mRNA was the first vaccine to cause cancer in humans, think again. Take a close look at what Dr. Salk really did when he developed his so-called "vaccine." Instead of using human tissues to grow the polio virus, he used rhesus macaque monkey kidneys. Then Salk used formaldehyde to deaden or "deactivate" it. After field trials where half-a-dozen kids were left with paralyzed arms from the vaccine, he declared it "safe and effective." Sound familiar?

Guess what?...

8 Edible plants to look for when you go hungry in the DESERT

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Despite the region's arid climate, there are several edible plants that can grow there. Here are eight sources of sustenance you can forage if ever you find yourself hungry in the desert.Agave

Native to Mexico and the Southwest, agave is a tough desert plant that has provided sustenance for hunters and gatherers for thousands of years. Its flowers, flower stalks, leaves and seeds are edible. Some of the species also produce nectar, which has become a popular natural sweetener....

U.K. farmers are being KICKED OUT of their land amid drive for more solar power

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Batters mentioned some "horrific examples" of tenant farmers being forced out of land for solar schemes so the landowner can earn more. According to Batters, these changes in land use will continue while investors, along with overseas financiers and private equity firms, take advantage of the unfair situation by buying up large tracts of the rural landscape. (Related: Relying solely on wind and solar power requires the TAKEOVER of so much land compared to fossil fuels.)

With ...

Malaysia declares intention to join BRICS

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"We have made our policy clear and decided to proceed. We will start the formal process soon," Anwar stated. "We are waiting for the final result and feedback from the South African government." (Related: More than 40 additional countries want to join BRICS in 2024; 97 countries to participate in BRICS 2024 Games hosted by Putin.)

Anwar mentioned that he also discussed the matter in a recent meeting with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. BRICS was established ...

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